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AMARILLO, TCXAS, TUESDAY MORNING JANUARY 7, 1919.
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WARSAW, Sunday, Jan. 5. Men.'oers of the Conservative and
Libera! pities of Poland, under the leadership of Prince l.jst.uhe
bap t ha, made an alttmpt early tod.ty to sain control c,f the govern
ment because Gent ral Piisud.ki, the dictator, rt fused to normal ijre
the cabinet and admit other parties than the Sot ia'i its.
The ntlemrt up to this hour apparently had been unsuccessful.
The day passed without casualties except for the accidental killing
of one soldier who attempted to prevent th arrest of M. Thuput,
minister of the interior.
One of the measures of Prince Sapieha, vsho was aided by 3D0
civilians, was the arrest of Premier Mo-'.u wski. Minister of the i
Interior Thugut, Foreign Minister Yasilevs ski, and the chief of pc- 1
lice of Warsaw. It is reported that six members of the cabinet still '
are prisoners and may be kept as hostages, although this is denied'
at the headquarters of General Pil-udski ,n the IMvidere nalace.
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