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ARMISTICE ———- On Russian Front. I Germans to Negotiate. I i BOLSHEVIK PEACE PROPOSALS. I awitzerland's Refusal. (Press Association War Special.) PEIROGRAD, Wednesday (received Thursday). Kry!enko, tho Bolshevik commandef- in-chief, in an order to the Army and Navy, announces that envoys nomin- ated by him, oans!sims of a hussar lieutenant, a notary doctor, and a wo!unteef, have rehfrn&d with the cftt- etat answer ef the CerMan commander' in-chief, Mnsentins to enter !nto nogcdaticns for an armistice on all fronts. Krytenko orders the immtdtate cessation of shotting on the whole Russian front. The next meeting of plenipotentiaries pf both sides will be on Sunday. I The envoys nominated by Kryleuko; entered the German lines on the front of the Russian Fifth Army, and a com- panion of Krylcnko telegraphs that the German commander-'in-chief deputed the commander of the Northern Army as his plenipontentiary. j The latter's answer was received en omcial paper. Krylenko proclaims that General Duk- honin is the enemy of the people, and orders the arrest of all his supporters, whatever may be their position or past yeoord. A VAM!SH!NC ARMY. PBTROGRAD, Wednesday. News from the fronts respecting pro- visioning shows that the situation is almost catastrophic. If tho Army is not! fed it can confidently be predicted that it will return home, and shortly, without waiting for armistice or peace ncgotia- 'tions. According to the 'Morning," soldiers in Moscow are returning home; t out of 11,000 men in barracks at Sho- dynka only 500 remain. In the Khaoo- vnikL barracks only a few hundreds are left out of 18,000. Forty thousand tforkers are reported to have left lir blle vi -ges. ,V\t 1$$ RE tJ$AJ.J, TO TRANSMIT THE BOL- SHEYIK PROPOSALS. (xcbftnge War Service.) PARIS, Thursday. The Zurich correspondent of the Le Matin" telegraphs that M. Trotsky has j&eked that an official communica.tiou of the proposals for an armistice and peace should bo forwarded to the Central Powers b;ý the courtesy of the Swiss Go- vernment The Federal Council refused yesterday to transmit to the Central Empire tha Bolsheviks' armistice propos-ition. Germany CauUous. "Germania," the omcial mgau of Count HertIinjB;. states that a semi-oSicial despatch announces that the German Government is disposed to examine favourably any serious proposal coming from the Bolsheviks. "C:OMP'E THEM." LENIN'S THREAT TO THE ALLIES. I TO DECLARE ALL LOANS INVALID. PETRCG.EAD, 11 -e (a v. The oScial organ of the pfopie's Con;- fus<?a.i-ies declares that Revolutiona,ry Russia ts prepared to nght at! the world. Interesting !s the unofficial (,()Itrersitioii?i of Lenin ajud his assistant, GleboS, with a delegation of the 49th Armv Cor'ps. GJebon sa..d. "The new GoTcrnmpnt i !so!ated &nd hangs in the air. As to the annistice, despite a!i efforts tbe Govern. mcnt has not hepn abte to secure prac- -t!cal results, IN,e, ii-oiild be glad if ii-(, r.ou!c! get even t),ree days' arntistiro" Oleboff hn-ther mid that if the Con- stituent Assembly had a- Cadet mujwitv it would be dispersed. L-iiin said: I- If the proletariai, of other c-oun- tries docs not support us nothing witj como of cur revolution. If the AHics! do not comply with our wished, we have powerful means of compelling them to obey. We can declare- the titatc bankrupt, and then All !cans and ot!ter cbttgattons to the Allies wiH be invalid. The Coun- cil of Commissaries has taken measures to inform the drmociacy di othrr coun- tries! through its agents, who will work there iUegniiT. At the present moment 'we can only play va, hanque in the hope that something wiU come of it adJ." Menace to Englishmen. TrotHky has sen t. a Note to the British! Embassy demanding the immediate re- lease of the Socialist pacifists, Chicherin and I'et.roff. into-ncd 'n Englend, point- ing <ut tlint Knglishmen in Russia, are working with the Russian bourgor-)s ccntmor-rbvo!utionary parties. Bolshe- viks state that the Note implies that !f Chicherin and Petroff arc nt'T.. re!eas<?d/ Cliici'ie-,In ii-iid ]?etrof, aire iif,t ii-"It (Jc'?na't?.j

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