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KOLCHAK TO AVOID PRO-GERMA- N POLICY Foreign Minister Soukino De- nies Desire to Get Aid From Berlin. IS FAITHFUL TO ALLIES Looking to America for Materials and Money. OMSK, Monday, Oct. 20 (delayed). M. Souklne, actlnR Minister of Foreign Af- fairs In tho All - llusslan Government, discussing the problem resulting from the activities of Gen. von der Goltz nnd his German troops In the Baltlo provinces, imphatlcally denied that there was any ficslro on the part of his Government to direct Its policy In any way along lines or to use aid from that Quarter, but he said he believed tho Allies should carefully direct the \s of tne Germans Into channels uhlcn would further the mutual Interests of tl.e Russians and the Allies. 'If appears to us that Germany the present as an opportune mo- ment to exert a decisive Influence In the adjustment of Russian affairs. It would to unfortunato if her activities should e to the support of the Bolshevikl. Luring the whole llusslan revolution the Germans have assisted alternately the l!us!an reactionaries and the Bolshevikl. Now that tho European war Is finished ih !.iin,l Governments should formulate a policy of mutual cooperation with Ger- - many, wnicn wouia ievc um fliuta control, but at tho same time would tend to suppress Bolshevism. Fnltbfnl to Allies. There hns been no change In the .m.iiiv nf this Government toward the Allies, and the direction of our policy has not altered In the slightest measure, but I may say that the feeling of tho Government and of the people at the mo- ment Is one of deep apprehension as to the Dosslblo outcomo of tho Vpn der nntti nffalr. accompanied by an expects lion of an Increase in the help extended by the Allies to the Govern ment. Th Government is look laj anxiously to tho United States for ir?pplles of army clothing, raw mate- rials, &c, to make up for British as- sistance, suspended to permit the British Government to send Instead supplies to Gen. Denlklne. The British representat- ives, according tb M. Souklne, led the Government to believe that tho United Stales Government would ateD Into the breach. Minister Soukino said 'the cessation by the British of sending further supples to Siberia, due to their commitment to Gen. Penikine, had aroused new anxiety con- cerning the measure of assistance to be expected from America. Looking to America. 'The attitude of America,\ said Souklne, \has been nnd continues to be extremely sympathetic The promises extended as far back as June, however, hae not yet been fully realized. \Our Government up to the present hi only been favored In the matter of Its purchases in the United States, but direct help by a financial credit, similar to those which France and England have been Riven has not been allotted. Tho need for winter uniforms and clothing for our troops cannot be exaggerated, nor can the economic needs of the' populat- ion. Assistance Is also urgently re- quired to Improve our currency situat- ion.\ According to a Government statement In the British Parliament yesterday, Great Britain Is no longer furnishing funds or supplies to Admiral Kolchak and does not contemplate supplying Gen. Denlklne Indefinitely. This state ment was Interpreted, in view of the un expectedly large deficit estimated for the Dresent vear. as an Intimation or a rur ther modification of the British policy of assisting the forces In Ilussa. DENIKINE MAY TRY TO EXTEND HIS LINES News of YudenilcK's Success Proves Stimulating. Bv the Attociated Pre): Constantinople. Oct. 20 (delayed). News of the campaign for Petrograd has stimulated the efforts of Gen. Denlklne on his more westerly front and possibly may lead to a transfer of his headquar ters from the Sea of Asov to Kharkov, :00 miles south of Orel, and to attempts to effect a Junction with the Poles and to clear out the Bolshevik bands west of Kiev by a movement from the south. Gen. Denlklne's main line at this date ranees looselv from Kiev to Kharkov and alone the Don to Tsarltzyn, with his actions at Orel and elsewhere compris ing c.ivalrv raids for tho most part. The Bolshevikl are maintaining the Orenburg railway to Afshanlstan. For several weeks Gen. Denlklne has confined himself to exerting pressure on the Bolshevikl at various points. They are reported very short of munitions, and it Is claimed here that Gen. Denlklne Is uflering from the same trouble. The American ship Black Arrow, however. Is about to arrive at Novo UossysK wun fc cargo of arms, which will help out the uuatlon for the ik leaaer. Junt now the rear'of Gen. Denlklne's line is nearly everywhere disturbed by the altitude of often Indifferent or un friendly populations, replete with propa canda that he seeks to reestablish mon archlsm as opposed to the aspirations of tne Ukraine and other nations. It for this reason that Gen. Petlura, th Vkranlan leader. Is opposing him. with the aid, It is declared, of Rumanians who desire to secure Bessarabia for their country. The American vessel Black Arrow, mentioned in the above despatch as about to arrive at Novo Hossysk, on the Black la owned by tho United States Shipping Board but Is managed and op- erated by tha American Line. Nothing ! known hero regarding the cargo of the Black Arrow, The Hchooner cleared from New York for the Mediterranean and passed Gibraltar September 25. Lnrire OfrerlnRs of 'Wool, ruiLADELTiiu, Oct. 28. Almost three W oon pounds of wool will be offered ' the sale of the Philadelphia wool auctions to be held Thursday. The of- fering Include 976.000 pounds of fleece. 1,000,000 pounds of ter- ritory wool, 325,000 pounds of foreign Tool 18.000 pounds pulled wool. 475,000 s scoured wool and 100,000 pounds ' Look Around in subway or street car and note the kind of people you find reading Vew Yorfj Crtat Morntna Ktvtpaprr. ALLIED COMMISSION TO LEAVE FOR BALTIC I Gen. Cheney Will Be Repre- - Vx&ia, Oct. J8. Tho Supreme Council clectdKl y that the allied commis- sion to supervise the evacuation of the Haltlc provinces by the QermanB should leave for tho Baltic within a few days. Tills decision was reached at n meeting of the council presided over by Premier Clemenceau and attended by Marshal toch and numerous allied military and naval experts. The commission Is composed of den. Nlessel, representing France, who Is chief of the body: Gen. Turner. Knir. land: Gen. Marlettl. Italy; Commandant Takeda. Japan, and Hrlir..rJ.n. H A Cheney, United States. By th Attociated rreti. Berlin, Oct. 28. lienunelatlnn nf tii Baltic blockade by the Kntente Powers must \not be taken, too seriously\ says uie lagcoiau, which ndds that an ottl clal announcement declares that, al inougn coastal transportation Is now possible, tnilllc with neutral nations and deep sen fishing cannot be carried on. uerman snips confiscated bv the Rn. tcnte have not as yet been returned, the newspaper says, and the Government will urgo a limitation of the blockade to tne utmost degree. YUDENITCH FAILS TO GET FINNISH AID Fear of Losing Independence is Responsible. Special Despatch to Tns Sex. Washington, Oct 28, Gen. Tuden itch, commanding the nrmy Derore Pctrograd has asked for help from Finland and has had a re fusal, according to an official despatch from Ilelsttigfors Although It is oeuevca mat witn Finnish help, Pctro grad would quickly fall to the White army, tho Finns are not willing to send their army to help take the City until they are assured that tho Onfek gov- ernment will recognize the unqualified independence of Finland. Finland has been recognized bv mac tlcally every country in Europe and the united states; and her accredited dip lomatio representatives nave been re- ceived in the capitals. Diplomats to- day explained the Finnish situation as follows: Finland having overthrown Bolshev ism at homo and having established sound representative government with a moderate liberal president, Dr. K. J, Stahlherg at the head, is in no mood to run any chances of losing iter In- dependence. While she abhors the Beds Britain Lent Russia $900,000,000 in 2 Years TjONDOrf, Oct. 28. Cecil Harmsworth, Under-Secretar- y for Foreign Affairs, replying to Josiah Wedgwood in tho House of Commons to-da- y, said that Co- nstants NabokolT, who repre- sented Russia at London, had received from Great Britain be- tween March, 1917, and March, 1919, when payment ceased, more, than $900,000,000. S'abline, who succeeded Nabo-kof- f, added Mr. Harmsworth, oc- cupies tho Embassy as the representative of Admiral Kol-cha- k. A wireless message from Mos- cow says that a group of interna- tional bankers has advanced to Admiral Kolchak a credit of $60,000,000. and what they stand for, sho believes that assurances given by Admtral Kol- -. chak'a party are not sufficient and that unless her Independence Is rccogniieu now there will bo danger In tho event or the success of the that the Russians who stand for a com- plete restoration of the empire will force her to again become a province, wot that the Finns fear a return of the Czarist regime, but they are firmly of the opinion that tho bourgeois element who are fighting the Beds will aim to reincorporate Finland, Ukralnla, Estho-nl- a and Lettvla with Russia proper. American diplomats here y were of the opinion that tho fear of the Flnna was not well founded nnd it was pointed out that reports from govern ment sources in Scandinavia in no way Indicated that the Kolchak regime held Imperialistic vlewa BULLITT STATEMENT AGAIN CALLED FALSE Bonar Law Reiterates Lloyd George's Repudiation. London, Oct. 28. In the House of Commons y Mr. Bonar Law, tho Government leader, replied to a ques- tion by Josiah Wedgwood, the Liberal member, in regard to statements by William C. Bullitt, formerly member of the American Peace Mission, on his trip to Russia. Mr. Bonar Law said that Prime Minister Lloyd George had not personally read the report of tho proceedings, but that this had been ex- amined for him. The Prime Minister, he said, adhered to his statement that In effect the state ment of Mr. Bullitt was a tissue of falsehoods. CLOTHES OF CUSTOM QUALITY i. nor all the luscious lingo of an old -- school Ken-tuckia- n running for Congress can make foundry-mad- e clothes one whit-bette- r. And the purer the diction the poorer the fiction, gaka Sc (Enmpatuj BROADWAY AT 34th STREET Harriman National Bank Fifth Avenue and 44th Street New York Conservatism The dollar of the United States to-da- y is but a half dollar in pre-wa- r purchasing power. While on the one hand we do not think that its power will further de- crease, on the other hand we do not think that it will ever be permanently restored to its former value. Correspondingly, it does not appear to us that either prices or wages will further generally increase. We believe that the wave has crested and broken, and that what we are now feeling and shall continue to feel for some time will be the effects of the wave. What the Harriman National Bank and all forward-lookin- g men are trying to provide against are the evils of the inevit- able deflation which will result when production over- takes and passes consumption, with the consequent necessary liquidation of goods and labor. If deflation could be regulated and graduated its evils could be avoided. This, .however, does not seem humanly pos- sible, but the severity and duration of any depression will be modified by the adequacy of preparation. The Harriman National Bank requires no apology from its borrowing customers for larger accommoda- tion in the matter of loans or discounts than they have had in previous years. We know that it takes more money to do business to-da- y than before. We do re- quire, however, that our customers shall show us that they are doing a corresponding volume of business, not overstocking and not over extending credits, for under such conditions we are confident that as defla- tion approaches they will be tfully prepared. We invite our customers to call and discuss this ' matter with us. BANKING HOURS FROM I O'CLOCK A. M. TO 8 O'CLOCK P. M. SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS OPEN FROM I A. M. TO MIDNIGHT THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1919. REDS' LOSSES HEAVY BEFORE PETROGRAD r - Women Help to Defend City Under Chinese Lenders Opposing Attack. CorxNH aqen, Oct. 28. A despatch re ceived at Helslngfors 'reports heavy flghUn raging in tho vicinity of o, where it Is said that the Rcdi are suffering enormous losses. The despatch, savs that several per sons who escaped from Tctrograd report that tho entire population, even the women, are taking part In tho defense of the city under the leadership of Chi nose. All the bridges have been mined and blocks of houses transformed Into fortresses. It Is reported that, the Bolshevik com mander has announced that If retrograil la taken every factory will be blown up. The food e tuation In tho capital Is de clared to be desperate, and It Is said Broadway tht hiinrfreita of nersons dally are dying trom starvation. VlBOROt Finland, Oct. IS, The best Informed military opinion here Is that If Gen. Yudcnltch falls to take Petro- grad within the next fortnight the pres- ent attempt will definitely be a .failure, as tho Bolshevikl already greatly out- number him and rapidly are, bringing up reinforcements from the southeast Yudenttch now has every avallablo man fighting nnd has no reserves unless the Finns decide to Join 'forces with hlni. SPAIN TO BREAK UP OovrriimcliI to Punish nmnloyeca Who Attempt Coercion. By the Attociated rrett. MAonio, Oct. 28. Measures to break up the contemplated lockout by em- ployers throughout Spain next Tuesday havo been taken by the Minister of tho Interior, who declared that he will punish sternly employers who attempt to coerce other employers to bring about a general lockout. Troops havo been sent to the centres of production. Tho arbitration court will hand down y Its finding In tho case of the strike of sailors on the 'Mediterranean. The ports of Cadiz and Valencia con- tinue paralyzed by the strikes. A or with space Not light that will And be of is true of are of FIUME ELECTS HER Continued Page. an extravagant display of military power, Berved toprovent disorder. military conveyance was pressed Into to .get out the nnd women, who nent to the with shouts of Joy nt the Walls and were placarded with ap- pealing to all citizens to vote as n patri- otic and declaring that any one not attending tho was a traitor and an to an Italian Flume. pla- cards pleaded for n unanimous vote for the candidates of the Unlono Nazlonale. Tho town is now one military All suspecta are watched with tho closest scrutiny. Two American newspaper men were nrrosted yesterday noon and were roughly handled by gendarmes, who searched nil but set them nt liberty later In the afternoon. The arrests were made, It Is stated, on Information of one Henry Furst, who claims to be an American with a at Street the Heart of New York Direct by Subway, Tube and \17 For two only, Wednesday and Thursday A Very Important Special Sale of Misses' Smart Winter Suits That have been selling at $75 to $95 At Suits that reflect the creative genius of the best-know- n exponents of youthful styles, beautifully tailored in laine, Yahama cloth, silvcrtone, rich , wool velours, and mixtures, 'strictly tailored or enriched with col- lars of sealinc fur, nutria, or opossum. Handsomely silk-line- d, and warmly interlined. Sizes 14 to 18 years. None sent C. O. D., ex- changed or on approval. Such values are indeed rare make your selections promptly Second Floor. Nothing Like Them in New York Men's Sterling Silver Buckle Belts $1.45 Five styles, engine turned liaiid-enpravc- d. for weight buckles, but the kind give excellent herviec. what might said the buckle belts, for they made selected Government stock. Jewelry Dept., Main floor. A Very Important Sale unexpectedly LOCKOUT. COUNSELLORS from First which Practically every service vote. Including girls polls novel experience. streets signs duty polls enemy Other great stronghold. their belongings, homo 34th In days duvet de heather natural at monogram. the Exceptional Value Imported MOTOR ROBES All wool At $16.50 Imported All Wool Robes in a large variety of color- ful plaids. At $1C.j0 they arc en- tirely without competition. Sixth floor. B Women's & Misses' At Much Below Their Actual Valuj $5, $5.95 and $7.95 Because of a very unusual trade opportunity we offer in this sale Win- ter's most charming sweaters for motoring, golfing, and all outdoors at a fraction of their actual value. The styles are in youthful Norfolk effects with or without belts, and smart slip-ov- er styles with the newest of pockets. Every wanted color Copenhagen Blue, Buff, Brown, a new Bed, Green, Rose, Navy Blue and Peacock Blue, many trimmed in contrasting color. Five styles pictured. Third floor. in New York and who handles D'An-- i nunzlo'a foreign propaganda. ' Tho whole atmosphere of Flume Is one of military coercion. \It is a terri- ble situation here now,\ said a neutral to the correspondent of the Associated Press. \Whoever doesn't shout 'Hurrah for D'Annunzlol' Is watched. Nothing Is Impossible In Flume y, which Is ruled by 9,000 bayonets. They speak of eloctlons yes, elections nt the point of a revolvor. 'Are you for Italy?' 'If not 6ft with you.' \ GERMANS CLAIM U. S. $300,000,000 CREDIT 22 N. Y. Banks and Three Firms Said to Be in Plan. By the Attociated Prttt. Berlin, Oct 28. Die Pott says that while official action by tho Government on American credits has not yet been undertaken, because tho peace treaty Is still unratified, German financial circles have been negotiating with American banks and have had some success, since they have received crodlts from Ameri- can firms, which have been accommo- dating. The newspaper adds that whether a loan will bo granted to the German Government In the United States natu- rally Is doubtful In present circum The at in and meet taste and are in line are hip line of a in and o and 34 One nnd Is hardly to be thought of. i lamer it la a question tor private per sons.. It In certain. Die Post continues, that contracts have a 1800,000,- - credit expiring in mo spring, in which twenty-tw- o big New Vork banks and threo large American firms par ticipate. ALLIES BLAME Find Them for Inrlinncc In Smyrna, By ths Attociated rrett. Constantinople, Naples, 27 (delayed). Tho findings of the commls. slon appointed tho Peace Conference to Investigate disturbances In Smyrna nnd vicinity which followed tho landing of the Greek and allied troops in May are unanimous In holding tho Greeks responsible for the trouble. The effect of tho findings Is apt to causa considerable stir and also, an aban- donment the Greeks of tho military occupation of Smyrna. Ilev. Xrhcmlnh nicctcd. Grand Mich., Oct. IS. Tho of Congregational al Council here y elected tho Boynton of Brooklyn to succeed President II. C. King of Obcr-ll- n as president of tho Missionary Association. Make your selections today in the Sale of Women's and Misses' Boots at $7.45 Sizes 2 to 8, and widths B, C and D only. These are broken selections of our best selling Winter Hoots that would cost more than $7,45 in the wholesale market today. Good footwear is becoming more scarce every day, and it will prove sound economy to put in a full season's supply at this very low figure. The leathers arc the most fashionable for present -- wear: Brown Russia Calfskin with Buckskin tops, Tan Russia Calfskin with Worumbo 'cloth tops, Grey calfskin with grey buckskin. Louis XV. heels. Also at $7.45 a limited quantity of Russia calf low heel walking Boots. The New Binner Corsets are being demonstrated on the Third IJloor by Miss Bur- leigh, expert Binner Corsetiere, who wll be very to advise you as to the best corset for your particular require- ments. Binner Corsets have long been the choice of particular women because of their superior construction and exclusive comfort-givin- g features. Prices: $6 to $25 Limited lo Wednesday and Thursday Women's Ultra-Sma- rt Goats in styles shown for the first time, lavishly trimmed with furs at $49.50 most beautiful coats anywhere shown this very modest price, models so va- ried, so individual, so expertly tailored as to every requirement. Many straight effect, others semi-belte- d, and still more flare from the by the tightening belt.- .Produced Bolivia, Silvertono, Wool Velour Normandy Silvertones lined with plain fancy silk warmly inter- lined. Sjzes to 48. style pictured. Fourth Floor. stances, guaranteed 000 will GREEKS. Ilesponalble DIs- - via Oct, by the by lloj-nto- Rapids, convention the Rev. Nehcmlah College American pleased Third Floor. many Guaranteed Showcrprooj Women's \Cravenette\ Finished Tweed Coats at $18.75 The most practical of all Fall coats. Just warm enough to ward oil the chill, and light of weight. Obtainable in rich grey, tan and green tones. Sizes JM to 48. l ourth Floor.

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