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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

HI v t WEATIIBI! POHECABT. Itoii' tu'iliiyi lo-moNuw purity etotitly mill warmer l iniuleriite northeast wUltirJ. IliglieM (rinptmluft, yi lawent, j below, ., n.. itlllH H")H Will 1e foUnll Oil lilt fill I II Mil I (Hie. A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preserves the best traditions of each. In combination they cover a wide field and make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD .NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920.-&ff.; ajtw,. 116 PAGES ' PRICE FIVE CENTS VOL. I .XXXVII. NO. 164 DAILY. $ In (irratrr New Turli. 2 i:ihre 10 Cm In. 7f LIES MflKM nolo i WAR CULPRITS DUBLIN CASTLE SEIZES CHIEFS MUST BE TRIED OF SINN FEINERS I 'on in II tin ii ii nllll lli'l'lhl's III He h Tli mils of Rov luti in (ci'i'iiinuy. IWuinliip Follows Flying1 of Fins on 1 lie Oily Hall. r DKTKIIMIXI'I) , 'if lli'iilsh (Jovern iin 1 hii hi Kx-Knisor ni, i t i "troiiJy. TAKWN OUT OP II03IRS i.h'l ii I'rlni'i' Huppi''" iirllciiiliiii. . Mni'lit'ii . S0I'...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

?' 2 ' THE SUN r iti AND NEW YORK HEMP, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. rw'dtnt, br liy llio formal talilnir un t eomtthlnc elim an ilio unilnlalieil ualnest bcfora the Hcnntt. Thf last of these four novalUlo courses na followed. On tlio iilieht 'if Novum. r 19. aftor the resolution o. rntinca- Ipon had been defcalcu oth with and 'without reservation, and after it motion Sad been mnilo to reconsider, mid this feiotlon had been tabled then, Senator ,Cummlns (la.) moved to take ip the railroad bill. This motion was carried. the railroad bill became tho unfinished juslnciu. Tha treaty ivaa pushed nBlile, ence It would seem that with that push le cloturo rule died. Ench flirty Untfrclded. flo much for the parliamentary sltua- on. us significance w mat, 11 wio 'ealy attain ii taken un. It coiiich be rbro the Senate subject to unlimited de bate tinder tha Senate's cny rule? and )p likely to occupy another tcrlcs of weeks or months. " Jt was evident to-day that neither side had decided wliat Its...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOKK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. 4- 3 LABOR Ml ASSAIL 400 Delegates, Snid to Repre sent 1,000,000 Persons, Meet in Albany. STKDMAN GIVES WARNING Sterling, Grnhnm and Russell Hills Are Denounced in t Resolutions. Special Vnpaich to The Sex Nsw Yon: Hriut.o. Albany. Jan. 31. Four hundred dele gates from labor organizations through out tho State met hero this nftcrnoon to protest against tho ousting" of tho Ave Socialist Assemblymen from Icw York. About 12S organizations In New York city were represented, besides seventy five others throughout tho Stato, nggre jatlng, according to Joseph O. Cannon, chairman, approximately 1,000,000 mem- I'M. Tho convention call announced that the meeting would bo called to preserve iriresenlative C'vernnicnt, American liberties as esempllfled in tho principles of frci speech, free press and tho right of arsrinblngo and to protest against Government by Injunction. Seymour Stedman, the Chicago lawyer' who for the last week has acted...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

: li ft JTHE SUN YARMOUTfl'SKIPPER .-FAILS TO EXPLAIN o "Wos Expc'ctcd to Throw Light on DIsnppcnrnnco of Booze. Can'n ICIuiIiuh Cockhum. Known to fame an tho commander of tho wjilftkcy htp Yarmouth, fulled to muko his mIimI- tiled opnearnnco nt tho ofrico of Denl Slievlln, Frxlcral prohibition Accnt, In me uumom jiauso yesterday, wncro lie was expected to throw nomo llRht on the mysterious disappearance!) from the Yarmouth' $1,800,000 enrno. It wns Iflnrni'il nt Mr. Hhcvlln's office, hoivover, that officials of the Ulack Htur Line, oprntlnir the Yarmouth, hnl ex nred n dculro to movu tho fshlp from her proncut xtatlcm off the Stntuo of tlborty up tint North Hlver to went 122il atreet. They were Informed that jtny ouch ,movo On .tho part of tho Yur- mouth mist rcuuit in mo aeizuro oi ncr rnruo. All lias been qulot aboard the. Yar mouth elnco the prohibition cuard was pluced on her. Fifteen men from. Mr, Hhevllti's forco worn nsa'cned to that iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiji...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Temporary Store Hours: 930 A M to 6 P. M. James McCreeir & Co. "Give More Thought to Music Vlctrolds and Victor Records Exclusively at McCreery $ Little Folks' Barber Shop Third Floor ) . Careful and attendee service. Sth Avenue COMMENCING MONDAY 34th Street A Sale of Lamps arid Shades For three days only Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the entire stock of McCreery Lamps and Shades at 20 off regular prices. This constitutes one of the largest and most beau tiful collections in Greater New York. For milady's boudoir there are the smaller Lamps of metals, wood and vonderful compositions. Stunning shades of silk or parchment in delicate tints and color combinations most adaptable for boudoir use. For the other parts of the home there is a collection so beautiful that it is beyond words to describe. There are floor lamps, table lamps, reading lamps and elegant torchiers in such a variety of colors and designs that you are certain to find one to fill your par iticular needs. Special! B...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

.'Yi"H 6 THfc) SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. HEW FLU CASES DROP 5ATHS ARE FEWER "Ir.iCopCIftnil 1'uiilS wUuafion Kjicounigiiig it Ifeiit Strike' With nn eplilemte of pnnmnonla, nnil influenza sweeping the city and tho 'hcrmomotcr havcrlntr nround nero tho .000 cnRliieprs and tlrr-mcn who tiu'rato i ho heatliiK plantH In hoteltiandapart nent bourn's liavo tliroatepcd to ito on itrlko at S o'clock to-morrow iwmilnr ' nlesa tholr demands arc mot. . In the pinion of Health (.'ommlnxio(T Copo . mil tills nctlon .would aild thousands to the dally Increasing list of sick. "in this tlmo of epidemic no greater dlKQBtcr couH befall tho community than to lia.vo tho heat shut off," Dr. ,(.'opelaid waltl, . "It would, oxposo mil llonH.of .our population to Intent suf Ttrhil frpnV tllo cold nnd to tho rav igH. of' liflUt)rtz(l that Would certainly follow. Thlfl flUaitet1 must not ho por- Ihijfleil. dmo way must bo found to ntfert It. ! ' , "I haVe Both rcprMnt8tlvf of both SK...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920, , 7 -Senalo Conunittco 3Iinorily OH ARMY MEASURE SSTlSaSllffif ' ' ' ,' ' ' ' ' '''''' Hcporfc Opposes Universal Training nt Tins Time. .,mso. Jan. determined J Z m army reorsan.zatton bill "! foIcMt to-lay when the minority 7 v S CommUtceon Military Af Smutoans report. The minority luThlt universal training bo 2 Unseat a time when taxes arc u, mil further that It la unneces "rlcau". th lato war has loft the Z -m-m mMy tralncd insure national safety for a num. "JlSS'uil the minority finds that to bill makes the Chief of Start a rnlll ury dwpot, destroys tho power of Con Stover the army, wrecks .the No UonalGuanlof the States ana nub.il a an unconstitutional organization-; the President i-owcr to incrcaso or 7 ,Z .the arniv: creates a .new and Xknt onliMlon In tho War Do ln .mint miltlplk'K divisions. (Sen plr Shon Inorl tv believes tho national of Juno S. 1916. is a Rood w and should not 1 discarded for a of -Trusslan militarism...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

n . n i H i i .. t LAST WEEK ' DRESSMAKERS' SALE Silks and Satins Silken frocks of finest quality for every occasion are a real economy if one purchases the material during our Dressmakers' Sale. Unusual values are obtainable in all the new colors and patterns, and in black and white. CREPE DE CHINE- ih"a variety of light and dark colors a soft-heavy weave of excellent wearing quality 40 inches wide o a a our regular $2.95 Sale tti BLACK SATIN 35 inches wide fine, soft) quality our regular $2.95 '. . .Sale J BLACK DRESS SATIN 35 inches wide "J soft finish wears excellently I our regular $3.50 Sale J SILK-MIXED' POPL1N--36 inches Wide lustrous cluffon finish street, colors---. V our regular $1.54 Sale Silk Foulard radium finish navy, taupe, Copenhagen, black and tan grounds, in scroll- designs white and colored figures .2. -15 35-inch Dress Satins large as sortment of light and dark colore Special 2-95 WHITE 5 1 LKS 27-inch Habutai Silks yd. .97 35-inch Habutai Silki yd. 1.S7.1. 50,1...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. ff 9 EXPECT TO AGREE ON RAIL BILL THIS WEEK House and Senate Conferees Split on Guarantee. ludil vjtfi to Tiie Sin ixd -S'air Yok lltmiiP. iVmiiin'hto.v, J.in. 31. Althoueh the iioum and Senate conferees on the rail roaJ 1)111 failed 10 r,arM a" agreement to-day It nas nnomu.fd tnal eome ..rfisreff mnAe ,nat ",ero 18 om irafon to liopo for a acttlcmcnt (,irly ii t , Tlw " nf l,r'''''m dlpcusnlons be in. m t tic iw" liuiifr In Section 6. kna(or f'-'1"1 n"" 1,1 ''innndlnir that .iviiiii return "f ''i Iff . on tin ','iln. of i:iilm.i"l property In each rate li-.n.! lull lw siMi.;nt.-nl liy the law-n prmlMOU Tne II.iUn, Ik imHy In ui.iml tli.it Hi'' luTc ntaRe of (IiIh Rtiar. discretion of tlio Interstate Commerce1 Commission. On this point agreement a still Impossible at the ena or to day's elttlnc. TWO YEAR RAIL LOSS TO U.S. HALF BILLION Until further noticestore hours 9:30 to 6 P. M. , r i Special 2 Neckwear Fine Batiste 'and Org...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. iTH3 SUN IOINDEXTER STIRS :Bcnator Protests Resolution j Tnvoriiiff Quick Adoption of league of Nations. !F The voice of Kenntnr Miles Polndcjcter t)f Washington wns raised In protest last Wight when tlioro wo offered nt a meet 3ntr of the Oenecee Society a rwolmlon icclaring It to be the conviction of the toclcty that the jvople of alio 1,'nlted taton dcalro an Immediate Mnnlnc of itho pcaco treaty nnd want the United States to Join the J.oasuo of Nations. I?io reiulutloi) was offered frankly for 3Jwf purpose of provoking n, dlncuwlon of 'jthc titaty nl tongue by notable men Wwnt of vurylns political faltlw. V The nicotlnp, held at tho Hotel Torn- Siodorc, had au It presiding olIKvr much V. Oernrd, president of the m lcty nnd described on tho programme ) n Democratic rondldato for the il'resldtncy, Ifcnator mindexter. whose nitnq nppeurnl below Mr. Orrurd's, won irmttl nx a Itt-publlttin rundldnto for the Jninio nflliv. Tln nthtT rnalt...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Stern Brothers West 42d& West 43d St. (Between Ftflh and Sixth Atenuts) Temporary Business Hours 9.30 A.M. to 6 P.M MILLINERY THIRD FWOR Very Special for Monday: Flower or Feather Trimmed Hats $9.50 Women of Extra Size HI Le delighted with our iliowing of dvnce Spring Style. N cwttt model in Fowns, iuit, sport ilcirt qnd wrapj for every occation developed in newest fabrics. SmarlGoitiu 61J0 to-l89J0 Cods and Wrapt 69.50 to 225.00 cu Suits HJO to 165 J00 Sbili 12-50 to 59.75 IUWj 7.50 ta 38.75 Sizes 39 to5G Dust Sutates 7J0 lo 5i.75 Baihmt Suili 11.50 to 38.50 -f 21-23 West 38th St. Further Reductions on our Entire Stock of inter Apparel for Women of All Sizes w Because it is our policy not to carry over a single garment from one season to the next we have made further reductions on remaining garments which offer unprecedented values. 104 Coats 75 Suits Reduced to Uncd and warmly interlined. 39 .50 54-50 Reduced to Fancy fur trimmed and tailored suits. Some suitable for spring we...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

bc nam $ AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDRD J83J.JM3, P NBW YOniC, BUNHAY, KM), 1, 1030. TUB BUfMirUWU) OOIWOIIATION Publishers, !0 llroadwiy. T"rank A. Munsey, lt rwlilrnt. Krvln Wardmaii. Vice-president! Wm, T, Pswart, Vice-president uiitl Treasurer; It. )l. Tllhtrlngton, Secretary. NKWBhTANI) I'KICES. Dally, two cents u ropy In New York rlly end ttturl nil three cenl else-wliere-i biindny, nt nUj elsewhere, (ru rrnu. MAIL fiUTlSCittPTlON KATES. .lint of Mlstlislnnl lllvi. ()t,n Kit Oiin lly Mall, Postpaid, Year. Moulin. Month DAILY ti RUNDA Y.,111 .00 IJ.00 11.00 TMII.V inly 9.0') I. so ,ss fit'NDAY only 4.00 J.53 .4 MII.VItAY nnlv. f.mnilii 1100 3.'J5 .0 For nil polntH went f the Mississippi niver add II it your for dally or daily an ttuiuay editions. FOIIEKIM TtATKH. DAILY & SUNDAY.. 121.09 ll.0 H2 DAILY only 11,00 M L10 SUNDAY only 9.75 C.I2 All checks, money orders, &c, to made paynblo to Ths Hun-Herftld. Kurnpcnn Edition, Published in l'uri. nvi.rv dnv In the year. Pri...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

piCECHRISTOPHBR WEDS MRS. LEEDS flvil ( wiiK'ny Performed in Old Town IFnll In rjpiievn. Il.:Uf!lOI'S 1MTKS TO-DAY yew IVrsons at Marriage of iiiericiin Womiui to Member f fiirek lloynl Family. -l prince Chrlatoplicr fJ.MA X. Mm William u. wens f,f Orr '' C'.ir...ii' iii 11 o'c'ocU this morning In T X w. to be followed by tho re ennmonv to bo conducted nt lv i..r Moiiu-iix, to-morrow no ine tn t no ntoH of the Greek Church. , s piccird of New Orleans, nn ...J. r.mt. Blocker, aid do camp 0 ,h, iTiiK.-. ai tcd lii ,h" K.CB1 ... f0r me bridegroom. Tiie American r Jul Mr HI. K. i.nd the Associated J, ,m niMwiil'-iu were the only spec 1 Mr' won- a ilaik tailor made i h'.t.h tura iiinl .i fiuo. 'J'ho party , ,,, in iipnn li.-ro and started this i,n on fur M-'iilrcuv. ' ,, , ,ni. m. t Vevey to-morrow uk,- pin in the Russian Chtirch. yUt fho BM.-H nt It will be the Duke vnrta mn v ti e i i reck Crown Prince, ,,j'r.j.'niin,' - King Confltuntine. C. G. WORNE, JR., WEDS MISS HALE Uridc Grandda...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

.WORKS BY MODERN .. MASTERS ON VIEW Sculptures by Itodln nnd Cnn- vnscs of Itonoir nml Whist ler for Auction. r.il..ir. ...ill nnillnlm nharnlv the djllectlon of modern art now on vlmv In the Anderson Galleries, preparatory to sate on next Thursday nnd Friday, for ,1 .. r- . nnnli Tlrutln. jn iv ore vMwyiva 1V1.I!.. . .l flnviritnt whnjlA VA1U6B Have "an upward tendency," Besides i!ie there are canvimea by men well Ifnown In England, headed by Sir Will lim Orpen who, so far aa American auctions are concerned, ore unknown quantities Tho pictures camo from sev dral owners, amontr whom aro 12. 9. UN iban, tho cstato of tho late Mrs, John If. Carroll, and tho estate of tho lato Matilda Htleffel. The ncnolrs Inclmln thlrty-thrco oil fetches nnd three drawhifrs In charcoal, the sketches are small, swift notations of models and landscapes. The draw Ifcgs are larger and full of tho Henolr cAwllty. They wcro purchased nine years ago In Paris, It Is said, by n col ifctor, who obtained them fr...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

f WV- jjy .r.J M titty.,!-. lb we I" F-ppy T THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, J3UNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. For.Othcr Gimbel News Sec Page I, Part IV. and Page 14, Main Section. it Vt'iu fPYf Papers In p!eaiK variety in nnv detgn, ami tasteful coloring all moderately ,,itflve will be Rlail lo show you them and advise you In the choice of the ,H.in,porlant background for your pictures and furniture. CIMDELS WALL PAPER SHOP SIXTH FLOOR. Your Lunch Tomorrow tur,ht to be citcn in the Gimbel RcsUurant on the lilghth Moor; or hi Dairy Lunch, Subway Uilcony. Always there are the very most savory dishes that the Stium denunds; in most cases "surprises" that tempt the most Jaded appetite. And in Cafe, smokinn it a feature of Gimbel hospitality, New Store Hours' 9:30 to 6 New Store Hours 9:30 to 6 the and the 31ndST. BRDADWAY33rd ST. lb 5000 Yards Winner A foe! Sy ii m n 18'M. mm Kit Hudson Seal Coats French Seal Coats full length, with taupe squirrel collar ami curT .YOU' $215 trotteur lencth. with...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

TOB SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. 16 Tf WINS FIGHT FOR - ... , ..i Vr linn- Is not Immoral under tho rulos laid down by tho Immigration laws. Sho.l a lovable, gentle, rtfljied filrl. I would wolcoino her Into my homo." UlClll IU IIU IN.-JUHH ,...-(.... i.,.,,! ,! Miuu KmU'loH formed a friendship which ripened Into somethlnK moro than frienusnip. .unm nminn BLAMES HIGH COSTS FOR $140,000 THEFT irc'sscngcv, Accused of Getting Awny With Bonds, Tells of Trip to Coast. "Wlmt coutil a follow no on 10 a week thrio times?" I.eou Julofsky. former mtsseniter for the brokeraso firm of K. D, Levlnson & Co., ,52 Hroadwny. accused of tlio theft of IHO.OOO worth of Liberty liomla from Ills employer, nelccd dctec tkiu vtuttonliiv lit Vnltco Ilcuiliiunrteni, who sought to havo hhn explain why to' ntolo tho bonds. Julofsky wlmiucu mat ho and his brother, Milton, wcro "up atAlnet It" and found It impossible to live on their Incomes. "Tho whole thins has bcon nn ex pcrlcnco for...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

17 207 DEAD IS HIGH , 1IHOOKLVN AOVKItTIHI'.MKNTH. I JIIIOOIUVN ADVI'.ltTlhKJIKSTH, mtOOULYN AllVKUTlBKMfe.NTH. HROOKIjYN auvkktibismknth. BROOKLYN AtVI!llTlftKMKNTS, lmooici.Y.v aivi:ktirkiknta. HKOOKr.VN ANVEItTlsr.HENTS :mext8. (f RECORD IN CH1CAUV 1 Same Time New Cases Fall to 860 Total. ABRAHAM 6 STRAUS At Oncvo. Jan. ai.-lnfluenza and nneumonla cl.mned (ho heavier toll of . 'he prcwnt epidemic durlnpf tho laat wcntyfour hours. Two hundred and, .. iii frnm Influenza and 8G .9 s ?rom rn"1,on,:l' were reported to IMltli Commissioner ItoborUon. New caecs of both diseases contlnuod 'lhlW n m.irkrd decreas. Prom moro ? I ooo cafw yonterdoy Influenza fell 1 s0 reported victims to-day, hardly n ?;,! f tiic dally ttnl toadied a week , , 9 uf jrneumonla, to-day num. j-ie n,T,A .Lit. 31. Influenza cawa tn !,! is pawed tho thousand mark n Aiiv for die nrkt tlmo this year. Tho . ,tl? iMunmmt of Health reported ' , ,ir.' oro 1 0S9 new cases In tho Vtw.nf-f'"ir hours, an compared with ,,r vf...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Ill 18 THE SUN AND NEW YORKHERALD, SUNDAYEgRUARY 1, 1920. ?2d Floor 15 W. 34th St. The Home n'' 40 Famous Brands of Men's and Young Men's Clothes 9k , mws W M MM US' ALDA AS CLEOPATRA IN AMERICAN OPERA Henry K. Hartley's Now Work Hns Promicro nt the Metropolitan. Above LIGGETTS Drug' Storo (Between Fifth Avenue and Broadway; Opposite Waldorf Hotel 7 .SM& W Mb. "SENIOR" "JUNIOR" A Sale of Overcoats "Cleopatra. ' NIlM" Metropolitan Cleopatra........ .Mme. Frances Al'! Melamoun Orvtllo IlarroM Mnrillan,,.y Ml" Jtanno Clnrdon Irai,.y Miss Marin Tiffany Mark' Antony. . , .Vlncenzn Reschliillan Tho Kunuch Mlllo I'lcco Chief Officer Louis jl'Anftlo Conductor (Jennaro Papl. "Cleopatra's NlBht," optra In two nets, tho llbretD by Allco Leal Pollock, tho music ly Henry Kimball Hadlcy, was performed at tho Metropolitan Opera House yesterday afternoon for tho first time on any qtage. It had tho honor of officiating as the first number In a "doublo bill," of which that veteran of a hundred su...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND -NEW YORK HERALD, SUNP AY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. i 1 1 .t , illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllieS III' l "I I I I ll I III ll ll I I1M I W (in gr 1 The development of the player -Piano i H i H 1 - 3 T is an interesting fait that the invention that made the modern play er piano possible the "perforated music sheet" was m a d c nearly three quarters of IKKKi?S(A3 a ccntllr' aK' 1 British Patent Office show that in 1846 Alex ander Baync obtained a patent on a "perforated note sheet" used in connection with a Pipe Organ. Beyond the Patent Office records little is known of Baync's invention. It apparently never enjoyed any commercial success. Indeed there is reason to doubt that it wis ever made practically operative. The Trumpelo On: of the first roll-playing instruments. A toy trumpet blown by the mouth and with ike notes sounded by a music-roll. 'A -K' After Bayne 's early efforts, there followed a . t'1' "py'rfud 6f nearly twenty-five years during which there was no further pract...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

HE SUN AND NEW YORK HERAIA 20 I" BRIO TAKES $14,000 IN SIMPLE SWINDLE f.flnn of imtterv rnrk Toner leads to Arrests nnd a Confession. Htmr i.ni ii. it a v i si i ii' i'i iin 'YBumaI! llnV ctivntA un IID .11. cased Without Bail for Ex amination To-morrow. ai ffifni tt (ml in hv which New York i. .... n I M. IlflW " 1111 UIU TOeorco ana OeorEO Voselle, all of whom, according to tho police and the Pinker- Wl. - .... . lit tWl fit. V.UjUt, Iiava teen oniemmn-u - Dnso ot Uio taxpayers ai aniua n rf:.. ...... ....... ,t inrj f.tr- tnn Ao.vcr .ir!rBbnii. After hearing llio facts ot the t HtflnJlo Mairistrato Kltch In tho Auanif . .ourt itronbivn. hfld tho anrce S -Without ball to awaii oxainiiuuiuii w B morrow. ...... M I'rom time to tlmo In tho last three months numerous banks ajnl trust com ! panics here have Uncovered largo liolas Tti mnuni ni u&nirii vKtwi'"ii ...... '. ....i rtnt.iU- hnvA 1wom biiyy and JbtlUH. uivvu.."- -. - .. hunt was coin uniu n iuciwjmi,. "k- penred at tlio i...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
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