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WEDNESDAY Cloudy. EVENING CAPITAL NEWS ALL THE NEWS FIRST VOL. XLII. BOISE, IDAHO, TUESDAY, JAN. 21, 1919 No. 7 THOUSANDS OF SHIP WORKERS N NORTHWEST OUT ON STRIKE 30.000 Organized Unionists in Seattle Quit Jobs in Obedi ence to the Order of the Metal Trades Council. 15.000 LAY DOWN TOOLS IN TACOMA SHIPYARDS Olympia Union Votes Against a Strike; Walkout Is Protest to Macy Board's Refusal to Grant Wage Scale. Seattle, Wash., Jan. M. Thirty thousand organized workers in shin yards and contract shops in Seattle walked out at 10 o'clock today, eon forming to the strike order issued by tfh© Metal Trades Council and ap proved by the uni*ms affiliated with that body. Final sanction was given the big strike yesterday by the conference strike committeemen and business agents of each nn tal union of the 21 Involved in the walkout, A conference of employers was held late yesterday. If a policy agreement was reached it w.is h« !<i .-ti-ily secret* CARPENTERS RELUCTANT. All unions in Seattle affiliated with I the -Metal Trades council voluntarily) «luit work with the exception of 8000 j shipyard carpenters who objected to j the walkout through their district ex ecutive council. The. shutdown of the yards, however, automatically threw the j carpenters out of their jobs except in a few cases in the wooden yards. Scores of whistles at 10 o'clock an nounced that the strike was on and immediately the men threw up their work and «aine pouring out of the plants in dense masses. All traffic, in the vicinity of the yards was tempo rarily halted as the consist ion of hu manity made its win from the water front. The most impressive outpouring of men was at the Skinner and Eddy yar I. where the day shift consisting of 12,500 men quit. 15.000 OUT AT TACOMA. 15,000 sliipyn union metal «Is and nine in shop: «led by Hu a universal net a 1 tra* les e northwest. rived, whib- the strike iu ions mein iiers of nearly ii in the city. ■a horn yards one ship which « Hire« * hours more work t«> for s; lilimr, was ti«M up in * strik fit it fully port by tie VOTE AGAINST STRIKE. "iympia. Wash., .Jan. 21. About 1000 shipwanl work» i employed in local shipyard« overwhelmingly voted tods' 1 • t t * » st III. THREE LINERS CARRYING OVER 4500 TROOPS DOCK New York Jan. 21. Three steam ships arrived today with more than 4 on) troops and civilian passengers. The transport G «orge Washington car ried 3474 men. The Italian steamer Verdi from Genoa and Gibraltar brought 656 civ ilian passengers and 439 sailors. FIGHT CAPITAL'S TRANSFER. Olympia, Wash., Jan. 21. Organi zation senators have sounded the alarm to ward off legislation to transfer tho •täte capital fmm Olympia to Tacoma. Resolutions probably will he rushed through the senate, today declaring that no measures to change the capital will be considered. Senator Lewis oi Illinois Slated by Friends for Gregory Post., if Baker Resigns. W; hingt on, Harnilfon L Ja Raker als That Senator Illinois will he general. . .e■■'•ceding T \\ , resigned, if Secretary of War o n signs, w n the prediction t««da\ of I.e\\i, Frie ink-, in eongreyt At • «»rrling m « ongressmen * laiimjig Inside information, the administration pions to gi\e the war portfolio t « > .■•âne eastern or southern Benioerat pnd the attorney generalship t«» L« w h. hs h representative , r the middle v., : Representative Swager Sherley, chah man «>f the house appropriation com mittee, is mentioned in conncetb>n With Bakers Job. ShVlJe.V was de feated for re-election u\ t ! re SYMPATHY EBBS FOR "STRAIGHT" SERGEANT; STORY PROVES FALSE Former Convirt Admits 'Inventing "Wound*-. " Weds Girl, Though First Wife May Bü Living. berg from b* his escape 1. \ movement \\ .«Iler Cr. Ulfen - returned to the penitentiary, be ! -I la igllt'' 8 i J ) « • e 1 years ago, was ab; erl tod a sin« a admit tr tine« that it the •iiting a story of «T'sas. The fact if 32 he married a 17-year-.*ld Winnipeg girl without establishing th« reported d nth of a former wife and when abouts of their child cost him other friends. Chief of Police Armstrong has wired Warden 1 • ntou to "come and get your man." I'rntty Mrs. Rifcnberg, lidding lier husband's hand through the cell bars, sobbed sh«' would wait until he completed his 25-year sent« in «' for murder, but friends plan to send her back t <» Winnipeg. Hifcnberg will not flight extradition, according to present plans. H«* was reared i.i Troy, N. Y., but has no known kin living. BITTER BATTLE BEGUN AGAINST WILSON'S PLEA FOR FOOD SUM Senators Attack j j j Senators Attack $100.000.000 Appropriation Bill; Denounce Hoover as Alleged Packers' Aide, Want Returned Yanks Helped. l, Jan. 21. Passage « Id. m 1 a pproprlat ion csident Wilson was f the bill havt Wash ins tc $100,000,000 asked by P ou si y menaced today in the Great hostility to the measure v liz-cd in a .series of vehement sp in which senators denounced I Hoover, who supposedly will charge of feeding hungry Kurnpcuns with the money. Senators in speeches assailed (congress for submitting fur ther to "push button and rubber stamp" legislation; threatened an in vestigation later of the way in which th«' money is spent, .and warned that unless more, attention is paid to Hie needs «if returning Amen, an soldiers, anarchy will be <>im> rampant and breaal lines common. CHARGES GAS ATTACK. Be bid ting th« « ' 11 ; I r g * and fore dings. Senator » » « charged an ■«•salent Wilson the ndministi I»«" -on at I; Nr fill pi lamp lilial < • f il..' I > <1 that Bills- ' know wh; top pr.i«:t i. they, nevt rifles." Sena tei lt was hU ithout rifl« any pru •ti«' methods •airop. Johnson of California, said I« time that what, lie «ailed ush button, rubber stamp legislation .should stop. Me his sympathy for the poor who were t<> 1». fed by tin $100,000,000 fund ceased when he heard that part of the. fund was to be used, as Senator Gore charged, in stabilizing! pork prices in this country to save ! American packers from loss. FEARS RIOTS' SPREAD. Johnson called attention t « » 'riots of J unemployed former American soldiers" 1 in Boston. He declared that soldiers appeared among th l. W. W. rioters j in Seattle because they had no jobs. j "This cloud of unemployment which I now may be no lare; r than a man's hand," he said, "will spread until it! covers us, unless something is done. 1 We must adopt an American policy for American workers and for Ameri cans who made the fight abroad. We | took their jobs forcibly and now leave them jobless." HER HONEYMOON SPOILED. New York, Jan. 21. Mrs. Marcelle Miller, pretty 17-year-old brid of Cor poral Harold Miller, of Rhodes, la., ar rived today on flic transport George Washington. She considers the trip anything but a honeymoon. Just as the sh'umer was sailing her hus bamio's ord« 1 s to n turn to tin* I nited Stal« ; were r* vok« d and she came u\ « iloii. . She is Im d I. the NY. A. OUSTED OFFICER REINSTATED. \\ ishingtou, Tan. 2 1. Secretary « • f « .» i I G K . . I i .I : a un* •un« ' il Mie r« i n - pip tie ip < rt'aptnin Sam UuekJevv. na t ! 1 ■ « ' a I ,-i'liiy Gimp I Huston, to the ser vice nil. r he had been «11. mi' s* d as th re - «i It of «■•Mjitniarti.il Id announcing tln> rein-iat<nn nt. Raker expressed re gret that the fact of tin dismissal wa* made pu 1*1 i«' «il- , n t r «> tho rein statement whieli has only now come to licht . ..... MRS. LL BAUDY GOES FREE. Mine*. ln, N. ). Jan. 2 1. The g rami jury today r« fused t « » iinll-T Mrs. Marie Augustin« I.• Bandy for tlm murder of her husband, Jacques L« Bumly, "emperor of Hie Sahara.' 1 RADICALS LAG FAR BEHIND IN BOCHES' FIRST VOTE CONTEST [Majority Socialists Apparently Have Secured Safe Lead in Principal Provinces: Philip Scheidmann Wins Election. SPARTACUSCURB VOTE IN RHINELAND DISTRICTS' Peoples' Party (Pan-German) Badly Defeated; Independ ents Name Several Candi dates in the City ot Berlin. Berlin, Jan. 20. ( Delayed)- Maj Socialists arc tar ahead of any < party in the national assembly jtions, according to latest availabh turns today. Ill Bavaria, the ('qptrists maints 1h« ir strong position. At I.« ip/Jg, ln doendciit Socialists obtained a ma - jority. in Munich the majority So cialists soeurrd 151.000 votes and the 1 ndependonts 89,001». In Baden, the ('«•ntrists polled. 390,000, the Majority Socialists s s, « m h > and the independ ents 145,000 votes. ELEVEN SOCIALISTS. * I« « t* LI 11 of their WTirtumburg elect i«. dispatch received h< «I. The Independents failed : candidate. Practically tv le voted the dispatch added. candidates in the is. according to o r«' today. j our Centrists ami ! forward by the Be REDS CHECK VOTING. Hn, Jan. 21. Sparlacans s «"«'«Hied in preventing the national < !• < - tiens Sunday in Hamburg and s« veral Rhineland towns, it was learned to liay. In tin latte» district it was be lieved the vote w •aid have favored the Centrists (church party) and the Ger man Democrats (liberals) so the ap parent countrywide margin of the Ma jority Socialists in the national as sembly is not seriously affected. According to the lntest available re turns the results in th«' following dis tricts are: Majoritx Socialists city of Berlin, r* suit close; \\ m lernburg, la.rralch, Merglenberg, Lubeck, northern Schles wig, Hanover, Di<s«l« ti, Br«anen, Ham burg, Nuremburg, «'hemmt/. • '••ntrisl.M (coalition « 'atholics ami 1 'rot ' si a nt.- > Bavaria (including ser ein 1 districts), Freiburg, Wa Ids'll u t, Ilm-UInfp r,-.: Pr s Ma »heim, ' i "' 1 Xu 1 iunalis Ï Tuples' agdrlmrg. •rma ns) ! J 1 j j I N »11«'. In Berlin. the M. jority Socialists )ii v«* elect «1 •Ini p S«*1n iilemaan, R« if hard F soll« 1 , W ilhclmf Dfannez lu ■k. Robert S« hrnhit and Hugo Heul m tun; lh« 1 Hid» ml« nt Socialists. Hu g« Ha is. . Doli. • D «*sid«>nt Kieliorn. Louis Zeiss and H. n- I.aiikaut: tho (Continued Page .Two.) U.S. TO STMD PITON SI7.60 HOG PGICE PfiCT Meat Division Head Says Pres ent Agreement to Continue Despite Attacks by the Chi cago Board of Trade. Washington, Jan. 21. -Th«* hog price agreement policy of tho food ad ministration will be continued despite attacks upon the pre sent s« ale of $17.50 in the face of the present large sur plus. F. S. Snyder, head of the di\ ision. announced today. "The food administ ra t ion will fulfill its pledge given t«» the hog produ«.*ers of the country on Nov. 3, 1917,'' said Snyder. "Tin attack (by th«* k'hica:;*. hoard of trade) is not justified, for the simple reason that, the surplus of hog now iu this country will turn into a big deficit before n< \t summer, if Lumpe «an get sufficient money ami sin i >s t « » inn* • the • t uff." The hog committee of the foo»i ad mill' t ration will meet Jan, 2S to agre© on a price for hogs during February "The visible demands will take ran of the surphi, sonjo ttme in MHivh," said Snyd* i ".Spring will ^ee a slight hog shortage instead of an overflow " ('omeniing tin* • urplns Sn\«l«r said 1 1 * - • l the present supply of legs is two million less than 1916. His figum how that' tin* hog production for 1916 w,-( 1::.0 ï:|. 70:L ill 1!»1< it was 33,909, 111 191 S' it tola lied 10.795.1 77. These figures represent hogs irisp«« t<«1 arid slaughtered * 1 ! ■ j * i i I WHERE YANKEE TROOPS FACE B0LSHEVIKI SSu' hfsir? Si m "•r rv y m \ KCHDivI Hol« ■N it** I S Hat ft/. a/*ksh* a. Ft Hill i U I A I (««« to K kCHANCC I Ukbta g'XJboiiak KAOt Pf9S€UM*ift Û. Like etro foes/rcborfJc K'ëndom» Il neat t RU GRAD VO LO G Vïat REFERCHCE. Railways Sacperat/pn l'apo&la projected Mam Points of Bolshevik Activities Russia ospital (<•! in R Li Archangel t 2—J ! Ltol \ lilt Thei Inrmm \vh Kursk. Th! and numb« i alogda a General Gilt is. an oh] 1 Rus r«' are about 5000 na n in V< rlogda nanti ' «*f "Golonel" Loe\ vc, an Aus activ cl y opposing the A me rien m i and are spread out t. »ward Sheii 'Finer lieutenant named Leng uv sky lining at Vy 'zeehs in the It numbers about 8000 men, at a distance. - II! j Conspiracy to Restore Manuel to Throne Fires Northern Provinces ; the Government Troops Force Rebels' Retreat Madrid, Jan. 21.— Material law has been proclaimed throughout Portugal, according to reports reaching hero today. Rumors were being circulated here of possible intervention by Spain. Warships have been sent to Opor to, the stronghold of the Monarch ists. I'hc Rt rliii'h is atteniptiii Ike uionar 'h Y with tli fo mer King. Mi...un .... t lie thron a ppc in d to ho : pr« uiing tlm ughout the noi llu rn i provinces t odnv Among t h ibat rogioi r* p irted to bc support ing « the Mon; r«hi> ts was i juemara ss, 1 Lighting h ! S hî «»ken «ait l'.ii ' .1 Ci 11 «'«'il o, who i h •a«iing the j ilution, has juoclaimed pr.-mier and foreign minister of Monarchist g«^<rnment. T'h«' i flag is fly ing from his headquarter Villanova, a suburb of Oporto. Nothing further had been !«ai today from Manuel who sent a t gram from England yesterday, <jb proving th« attempt to restore hin the throne. Government troops were shel Santarem and had driven the n from til«' Santarem valley ai Quinto Alpiarca, \al;ul«» and hoes. rs *n i rtir-d 1 »"!«-, —* P u to; ! from A lean The dispatch does not make clear j whether the "rebe ls ' referred to are j Royalists or the radical (lenient which was seeking socialization of the gov ernment. The radicals began a revolt several days ago and it was predicted* the Monarchists would take advantage • •I th«* situation t<* attempt a coup of! their own. It is probable the "reliols" i mentioned are the radic als ns they J known to be operating in thei 1 Sa ntarem (list riet. a BRITISH MISSION TARGET IN SHELLING OF LEMBURG ! Kudiip, !. .Tan. ,r|. M.-ml>i r< uf th'' ■ ITiti.sli mission in I,* mbursr narreivly j * , i ....I licriih Um imc itf.rulM î 'itm'Hi ..r Hint > i»y by tbs CUrniniHiis »hin a i slioll rxi'Iodsd in -, strerI m-.ir tlmm, i it-i'ording lo n disiiatch t.. . i\. .| hrrn I orla v. i WEATHER I'm v iclutt W I DM F*»r Idaho; Tonight and VYednesd.«; Joudy. Highest tempeiatur«* > - esterday. 5«L Lowest t(ini»ei.ilurc this morning. 1 J'otal pn «'ipita tion for l h« 2 t hour." •nding at 6 a. m. this morning, ,0a. j 'Steering Committee' Resumes Hearing on Issue; Full Peace Congress May Stage Session This Afternoon. B> WILLIAM Bill LIP SIMM 8 ■" conge« problem Und Jap. Mipi fine war i commit!« < " of in took up tho I t ho 1 'iiited j I ' «n« P Italy , ir hearing** in. he s-ubjert of Oil uitroliing : i « 1 j hassader to IV-ti diplomats to lea His country w . a neutrals to breal .soviet govermnr that under th«* « timoiiy would « Joseph Noulens, *f lhe last I appear* i Inter. .dews in which h«^ |any 1' orm of rei-ognition « viki \ vas impossible. The * date for resumpth ipeace congress had not morning, although it wa some circles dispose of its mit a general ii«* of the last of th ►i ! relations with the !. 1! was believed . umstanees, his tes a! y parallel that of io French ambassa de fore the on lens' statement but shortly after •I In* gave out d-t lared that jf th«* full u set this «eîie.ved in that the council might business in time to per session in tin afternoon. ! ; j I j j J TITLES AND DECORATIONS OUSTED IN NEW REPUBLIC Berne, Jan. 21. All titles and dec orations are abolished in the eonstitu- j tion «>f the republic of Wurttemburg, which 1ms just been completed by u special commission. j The constitution further establishes religious freedom, distribution of all church funds, which would he use«] in paying off church property seized; plat es all schools under exclusive ju risdietion of Hi«* state .and establishes a langtag consisting on only one h< 1 which van be dismissed at any time by a vote of the people. U also p;«< vides f<.i a president and cabinet to i la rd.-CtC«] bv GASSED IDAHOAN COMING HOME. (Capital News Special »Service) fith W « »öd. Idaho, w lie battle er y, has b« June lor distinguished h dis« barged froin 1 lie pH - 1 a» Bortsmoun,, turn to in« home. ECHO OF THE BOLD. BAD Ja walked into Mead's ic 'ixlh and Market streets «■; ning. ordered a meal, drew dir« cj 1( | several i»aIrons t« against the wall, i-'der of $70 and, up the street. DAYS, ,insked amant I y this oI . rifled the backing mt lin ash reg «•scaped SCHWAB TELLS YANKS HARD TIMES LOOM UP; IS TOURING WAR ZONE Steel Magnate Fears Era of Industrial Depression; Says Boche Corn petition Bunk. B. \\ mm MIM.KII, Animiui) 11 on ( 1I in r 1 1 * t s in i i.-u man>•. ,rnn. no i Delayd i. Charles •M. Schwab, American : : toe-1 innu note, declared Jicj-o torliiv that ho exports an i ra of industrial depres si I ill in the Ini toil states after tho war and that tlier> will he little business expansion i„r a Inn« lime. I lespitc expoelalIons Ann rira u III not obtain much business fmm re eon at ruction work in the devastated regions, inasmuch as must of i lie materials will he produced locally, stone being used in place of wood. Schwab said, lie forecast that America need have no fear of com petition from Germany in any line. Schwab arrived here after an ex tensive tour of the war zone and had dinner with tile American cor respondents in Coblenz. U.S. DELEGATES SEEK PROBE ON RESPONSIBILITY FOR WAR GUILT Wilson and Aides Appear to En dorse French Proposal to Mete Out Punishment From the Kaiser Down. «' i i to* ( . :l I j : - !« n j t f » tie -Jr By ROBERT J. BEN DLL. T ai is, Jan. 21. American peace del egates today appear«'«] to favor a thor ° M F-» investigation to lix responsibility f«>r ti «• war that no «ulprit rnig' »; « s ( -' ; d i and that punishm«'iit might be amt«»! «int t«» all those shirfii'-ï the " l 'lt from tho kaiser down. With the conference program call ing for memoranda from all the p«.\v « rs regarding responsibility for start ing and continuing the war, there was tremendous interest in the attitude of the American delegation, particularly President Wilson. Th« French have already drafted a proposal that the kaiser be tried be ar an international court. Premier lo-«i George, in his recent political .campaign, made punishment of the* ikaiser one of his principal planks. WILSON SLIENT SO FAR. Ison has been silent rims far, li st ivy of his associates' viewpoint indicates they fu\ u* the inns' "1 investigation to d« t rmine who Lily sponsible, the ks • mi of the pri ser is the p. out of rimes growing merely the t«>«>! of the which surrounded him. pears that the Am«- ;.. « at« the most thorough termine * very pers«m and the « xtent of theii • > deter for the Applien - mil guilt - doubt ar of the r. or was ry clique jlf. guilty COAST NOT AFFECTED. Portland, Ore., Jan. 2! The hog price agreement of the United States food administration which if was an ii- need in W ashington today will maintained does not aff'-.-t the Pat ■ ast. Under Hi«* dir. < tion of C. K. j Gibbons, head of the federal bureau of markets for the Pacific northwest, a | prive stabilization commission deter mines the minimum price on the coast for the month, following a system of differentials with Chi. ago as the basic point. The Pacific «'«gist market price is usually lower than the Chicago price. j If b j s« FROST STINGS CITRUS CROP. Riverside, Cal., Jan. 21. Orange and mon crops in southern California have been reduced from 10 to 15 per cent by severe frost, according to the annual estimate published today. 'Phe forecast is for 31,000 cars of or anges and 7000 cars of lemons. IRISHERS CAN HOLD PARLEY. Dublin, Jan. 21. The last obstacle to convening of tjie first "frish par liament" here today was removed when it was officially announced that nil lesiri••lions tm public meetings had been lifted. BAR BOOZE*PLANES. Madison, W is . Jan. 2 1. Alcohol and gavoliji« can't be mixed in Wise.main's being fr; A slate dr\ i. « provides mi whisk drunk in an ah pin n« BOARD TO AID UNEMPLOYED Washing»« 1 Jan. 21.-- Senator K©n n today in!roduc« i »d a hill creating in *rks board («» pro k for the un«'ni piiblie cmergenc '»de iniimdi 1 »« work ployed. -•♦♦♦ EXTRA SESSION Washington, Jan. probnblx " sioji about lions were. 1 asse/nble In < May 20, torlax' BOOKED. Congé« I ; j , I 34DTH FIELD ARTILLERY IS ON THE WAY TO U. S. PORT Idaho Drafted Men Included in Unit Now on High Seas; Rest of the Ninety-First Division to Sail Soon. 130TH IDAHO CASUAL COMPANY DUE SOON 'Scheduled to Arrive at Newport News January 31; Four Other Transports Due on This Side in Two Weeks. W -hingten, Jan. 21. The 27th, ! 50th and 37th div isions have been or der« d t «y prepare for embarkation, j The war department announcement today announced that all organizations j of these divisions are included in the order; The 102nd trench mortsr battery of .the 27th division hns sailed. The 316th trench mortar battery of the 61st division has been or dered to prepare for embarkation and the 346th field artillery of th© 91st division has sailed. All other units of the 91st are on tho '.irly eoiiv< " list, and will be released .as shipping is available. FIVE SHIPLOADS, Th* cruiser Frederick, Brest for New j York is duo Jan. 29 with groups from tho Kârd division, to bo demobilized at ('amp Sherman. The transport. Conln, Brent, for New 'York, is due with eastern troops. ! Tho transport. Easterner, Bordeaux for New York is clue Feb. 4 with four ! casual officers. The transport Ahsecon, Rt. Nazairo j for New York, is due Feb. 3, with an ; Alabama casual detachment and 16 I casual officers. The transport Susquehanna, St. Nazaire for Newport News, is due Jan. 31 with casual companies, in cluding the 444th, (Illinois); 130th (Idaho); 47 casual officers, about 600 sick and wounded and six of ficers and 71 men of th© navy. PLAN WELCOME. Olympia, W ash., Jan. 21.—When th© 41st division men arrive at New York the hand of Washington state will reach across the continent and wel come them, if the legislature rushes through a proposed appropriation of $!",000 m help pay the reception costs. Th* Becky Mountain club of New York has aM.cd P r this much financial aid. Tim moth av to this j news dispatch, old Socoml Idaho tion by wire from j the idea that, tlir I a. casual compan>' ito identify them 'implies a mixture (Idaho) regiment on Us *:°ii 111 r v, nx'cording t**» a . ' i ' i 1*« lieved to be the • ompnny. Informa - W ashington conveys 130th mentioned is und it is impossible as the classification of men. j | smossu POLLS JOLT TO BEDS Bolshevism's Spread Westward Suffers Severe Check by Overwhelming Vote Victory by the German Moderates. By J. AY. T. MASON. ^ °rk, Jan. 21. Bolshevism's westward through Europe has ere shock by the over by the moderates in New spread suffer« whelming victor the ennan elections. A chastening influence upon the Russian program for killing off the middle and upper classes throughout ,th.- world is inevitable. Without over• turning tiie Russian soviet system, (which means only an extension of |i<>( il self-government, th«' German (elections will act as a softening in fluence upon the Bolsheviki and may be expected t«Y d«*monstrate the futil ' t y °f t Ho doetrin« s nf the red flag and class warfare. REBUFF TO LENINE. Russian agitators were allowed to (conduct their propaganda freely in Germany, and they received sufficient assistance from German extremists to put th'dr 0«s,' squarely before the • le torate. The result cannot he lost •*n Î amim He failed in his fight to conquer western Europe. The election tost, although rejected by the Rolslie x' i R i in Russia itslf. must be accepted i v them in f«»reign countries, partie»» Lu'lv after their forces have been c|si\eiy beaten in street fighting Henceforth. Leuino« foreign policy will probably consist of gradual over tures t». Hi»« western de aim« -radies, f,,r the purpoy« of securing Russia's re admission into the ,<H*»<*t\ of nations. I'ho worhl's .issemhh'd statesmen at Baris have an exceptional opportunity, therefor«. I«. negotiate with the Bm sian Holsheviki concerniug the terms for recognition.