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   Twin Falls Chronicle (Newspaper) - January 16, 1920, Twin Falls, Idaho                                Vw V4 S 247 CHRONICL TWIN FALLS FRIDAY JANUARY 1920 WEEKLY EDITION PRICE FIVE CENTS L Demonstration Scenes in Cairo f Successes of Bolshevism in Russia Disconcerting to English PERSIAAND INDIA MAY BE THE NEXT ATTACKED Soviet Command Formidable ForcesPolish Eear Ex tendon of Their Ef forts to the West By the Associated peace Germany is a week the public has been up sharp 3y against the possibility of anothei Winston Spencer sec retary for Walter Hume first lord of admiralty Baron commander of the grand fleet and Field Marshal Sir Blenry Wil chief of the imperial left London having been hurriedly summoned to fov a consultation Premier Lloyd Geojge and other British officials there on important military and naval RetK fttasiii1 All This is inevitably connected in the public mind with the semiofficial statement published today calling at tention to the threatening situation in the middle east a result of Bolshe vik military wbjlch have given the Soviets virtual mastery of the whole European though it is yet confirmed that they have entered is belieV a cannot belong before they are in lull possession of the coast regions in that their victories the Bolsheviki have obtained a command of enor mous supplies of raw coal and rolling stock and other means of transport of which formerly were In Will Extend Speculation is active in the IStiro Tean capitols as to what will be the next move of the It is re garded as certain flushed with they will not be contentwith their present but will seek to extend Bolshevism either eastward or Expert military opinion inclines to the belief that their next ttfove will be an on Poland and CLOTHING PRICES MUST COME SAYS FIGG Tells Investigating Commit tee Bolshevism Thriving in Southern AMERICAN CONSULS WILL NOT REPORT SITUATION Civil War Veteran Relates Many Stories of Tortures Inflicted Upon Victims by By the Associated of the National Association of Retail Clothiers were told today by Howard special assistant to Attorney General Palmer in fighting the high cost of that prices would have to come The present and any increases could hot be absorbed by the he At the present rate of increase a suit of clothes will be out of reach the average Prices today make it impossible for many to buy a dont go down the peo ple will be unable to purchase and in dustries Notice was served by Figgthat profiteering must He predicted a decrease of 25 per cent in the cost ofclothing if all business agencies from sheep cotton raiser to re tailer would cooperatewith the gov Informal Conference Between i Leading Men in Both Parties Discuss HITCHCOCK AND LODGE TAKE PART IN MEETING HAYS WANTS PARTY TO i Bryan Gives His INFUSE NEW BLOOD m lines Plan to Take Pact Out of By the Associated representing every county in Nevada today heard National Chair jmun Will Hays urge more interest in politics on the part of every man By the Associated a bi and woman in thet Hays j partjsarl round conference of the Assocjstted Press Jan j Propagandists of Bolshevism have addresses in which he leadcrs Iate today formal nego I spread their of radicalism impressed on the party workers the from Sonora to the Isthmus of of Nevada Riving three Thesc pictures were snapped durirtg the recent demonstration in Above Students took charge of the using them to carry the British flag of Islam through the streets Below flaunted the flag of An agitator had inst snapwas Mobs unfurled gathered ono when e istnmus 01 JL tepee within a the senate he republican committee investigating the Mexican ncvxt and was told today by an Amer possibility of a repub ican traveling The wit hcan I Conferences wore held today at IKSB was heard m in OIlle A which Jlays advised order that he might be guarded to 1 orer a that extent against possible tiatioiis toward acompromise on res treaty were no agreements meeting which participated m by four republicans and 1ive democrats prominent in re I cent infoimal and which i lasted two another meeting will bv He begged that his new own bv e egge a s f e the conference a meeting of all ie name not be used because he expects u oallcd a be held SllUday Md m CleS EXPLAINS THE AMERICAN FALLS DAM SITUATION to return to Cnrrnnza Chooses 1ArtArtft the he assured the Water users of the Twin Falls tract now in Jackson as the lk iaboring men in other dls is in addition to that frank in their there although the e adnerence to the rad fopt rtnw in lake may at some tt of the canal company to dis cuss the American Falls n publicans interested called for at which it is planned to organize a new steering committee to Can when forced to choose direct the coming between twos small armies in the on0 led by the federal corn minder and pther known as the Bolshevik declared in favor of Water users or the Twin tract now m ivrrLns Leaders The conference In which Republi can Leader Lodge and Senator Hitch j administration were followed the unsuccessful at tempt of senators at a par I ty caucus toelect leader to succeed the late Senator MurUn of After two attempts to break a tie vote of 19 to 19 on Senator Hitchcock and By the Assjpcjated i Senator Underwood 6f Agents of two the caucus adjourned BOLSHEVISTS INVADE AMERICAN CHARGE Falls he the af success of the extremist agi States according to statement I 7nderwOod In disdussing the proposed meet would then give us feet in the ings yesterday Ivan vri inft nnn win ui we of the members of the board of dl If this proposed American consuls Captain who addressed rectors issued a statement to The should cost per acrefoot it wouui Chronicle explaining the necessity of mean a cost of per acre of land or water users making known their at titude toward the The directors have no desire to in fluence any ones position on the said taut wish users should be per share of stock on this Another matter that understood is the tract with the construction of the Falls reservoir dam has con American Mexico about the he a gathering of prpminent women who but I always discovered are interested in the creation of a were averse to hearingthepermanenL navy club for and especially where it reflected declared that American sailors have n the Mexican govbeen asked by the reds agents to form They would rather conSoviets and have been fully instructed fellow who been verse w facts The reason for the Twin Falls Ca nal company entering Into the nego tiations this time for an additional consideration to the method of the delivery now The farmers of winter water as it 11 LAD JJi acrefeet of stored ing the money to pay for this addi move uuv the Baltic and Warsaw des continued is that the tionai stored water whether by t T t f 1 i n RSftiisniGllt knew to the method of He said that red literature had been scat ter commenting that Wilson tered throughout the Ridge sta seemed to be hypnotized by tion and elsewhere and that many of should give serious he added the men hadbeen found reading If the American government should cease to support bond would not last thirty patches to ano is that tne tionai storea business men of Mexlco London papers already t d reclamatlon service has issue or by direct assessment as the chants and y hePoles 8ee all canal com work progresses if the plan ap want law orde but they canno maximum uuiyn ter the field and secure all avail rural high school andat at able storafee able e r acrefeet of proposed a meeting will be held at i m history of the indicatethat thePoles are to 8ee an Canal com work progresses liriipating siiclta UaniBS now in Operation have the op The sovlets now undoubtedly mand but not sutfi Qunded clent to warrant an attempt to ad nopBB before new areas enat 2 vanco both east and Against ihe likelihood of an attack on It is would be popular with the Red is the fact that the Bolshevik flanks would be exposed on the north to an by the Letts and on the south to an attack by the Rumanians The semiofficial statement issued at London today Seems to indicate that the British government is more apprehensive of a move threatening if the plan is ap want law and order but they canttot hope for such while the Bolshevik all the im Themeetmp will be held January gangr isupheld by the American gov necessary to raise i 17 at Twins in the Parish new areas en at 2 at at In the of Georgia who withheld his vote today and took no for or against either Hitch or development today in the situation was a visit to the oep itol of William Bryan Meets The former secretary of state ferted with several republicans as well us democratic urging an im mediate compromise on the reserva tions and ratification of the He also advocated hls plan of with drawal of democratic participation in on the treaty if compKttntee ne ilotiations should suggestingthat the democrats decline to vote and per By the Associated mit the repubUcans to ratify the supreme treaty alone and accept sole councilhas drafted a note to the Bryan also reiterated that it DEMAND HADE ON THE FOR EXKAISER Civil War Veteran Matthew a veteran of the Dutch government asking for the In the Stone On the 19th n San gave the tradition or tne g LUC CA iv German em would be fatal to the democrats to colony which s stored waters should not be confused the tfansen hall at Hansen and in with acrefeet of stored water the Star theater at V will probably be sent Sat share iesponsibllity of carrying the 1 treaty into the presidential f9ri is Lit the says a long semi offlciattatement dealing with near eastern Great Britain may be faced with a serious Bolshevist situa LL WJL j ILIO brought against alleging spe before the plenary af the lion in the near which woum Tney asserted mean military accord ing to opinion basgd on official advices frm theaters of The Bolshevist occupation of aspia may be regarded virautlly com which makes position In the Caucausus most difficult from an antired There Is little hope of stopping the Bolshevik from overrunning the Caucasus and if they succeed they will be able to join Mus tapha Kemal Pasha head of the Tur kish nationalises and other Turks lor Mesopotamlan j Can Agfiinst red occupation of Trans Caspia gives the Bolsheviki a base for operations agalnsfrPersla and ing to India with the of Georgia jaln are but they are enougdi to reslpt the inya KNOW SPECIFIC CHARGES r By the Associated NtSW five suspended socialist assemblymen is sued ajoint statement tonight in CLEMENCEAU ANNOUNCES O people by farmers from Ilr tieaty By the Associated Ciemen ceau has accepted nomination for the rory of the Atascaaor treaty into the presidential founded during the of Por nftll and delaying peace 14 Dte JTM in the First IriKticul The confeieiice between the jcratie and rputalican leaders was characterized by Senator Lodge the first practical step in the iptomise In addition to Konators Lodge and the bv It was on that property K c Qf Matthew Gourd the Associatrd TOljEQ ulleJ I presidency of the it was wltness ln such a position to nounced which they demanded that they be ciemenceau formally TOTrvr informed of the speqific chargea jthorSzed nis supporters tl place his THREK WOUNDED IN KlOi rtmmila fi the wholesale Indiscriminate arrests Versailles and if he would Speaker Sweet had given people to understand that specific charges uecOpt tlie mairtate entrusted to Wpuld be against each of them Oufv 6f the BUpporters of ClementWere wounded and a number Of ar and that today they had been seryed told Thc Associated Press th4t j rests were madfe In the course of to by SergeantatArms Halnes with premer would have refrained i dayS elections here when former sol alleged charges which contained from pubjic declarations had Miore dlers and members of the Sinn Peln only generalizations and no opposition to his party engaged In a fight at a polling It is an exaA copy of the resolution ji originally the statement campaign of and deporta lations of the espionage law was ex pressed in a resolution adopted today IRjISH EIjEOTIONS by tne coagt dl8trict convention here of delegates representing metal trade union workers of the conforooh weie Senator New of Jn Lenroot of s and McKeiler the persons ciflc A criminal before the bar permitted to know what he is charged Wfi are this We are today against what wenwst1 defend r The wounded CHBBP OF STAFF by bullets when firing were j RELEASED ON HEAVY to a The police t the disturbance fy the AsVcJctatecl ftaiWpg a number Felners in NEW REPORT py the Associated released on frow Elite where has several days Seven othere als freed on 1 A of bajl for AMONG FRENCH FORCES charge perlnsertton price ft wireless that riots and PRICE IS REDUCED In order that the public may have the full benefit of the tie want ads in The and forthe purpose ot popu larising1 this department of the the cut to Montana and vOwen of Both delegations wet chosen informally and were saiil to without specific authority to heir respective but leaX lope that in a compromise mustey twotljuds 1 Lodge reseryatiorts basis While no fop for their sented gestjons r   

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