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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

TUB SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1920. 44. V t ARNSTEIN BAFFLES Y. OFFI0ER5 AGAIN Bwann Threatens, Court At taches Waitftnttoond Pl.ot Snspcct Jfails to Appear. 3RVTNO AT)LEfr RESTED i. fetor's Son, Accused of Help ing Conspiracy Is d iu I $95,000 Bail. Somewhat hesitantly yesterday a cafo employe of the White Light District "tplllcil Uio beans"' on the whereabouts cf Hid party that eet out from this city last Friday nlht to eearcfi lor "Nicky" Arnstelrt. He admitted to Alexander Cllchrlet, Jr.. Special United States Com. jiilralonor that ho had talked by tole riiono on Monday night with Euecne F. JJcGee, "Nicky's" lawyer and sruldo of t'io party. MeGeo was then In tho Hotel William Tenn. PIttsburfr, waiting for liall to bo arranged boforo bringing back hw tluslvo client. This news was received with cheer by Im il offlcluls and was taken by them to forecast "Nicky's" appearance hero to d:ty perhaps. While It was not believed that Mr. McOco would surrender his client ...

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 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

1? I 9bw emu tv i iitto fiUUl mult IJUAUUU liLWWW AWA '' Property Owners Form ghovjol , .'Brigade After Areola to City Offlclals. SEND 3IESSAGE TO MAYOR Eyprcsft Hope tfliat Ho. Is ; "Having a Find Time" nt Fnlm Beach, t , , v Tlie Went Bldo Civic League, com- I posed of property owners who aren't sat-. 'isflcJ with nnythlnrf snort of results, lina been having trouble Ip setting tho minia ture snow mountains removed from Woat Soycnty-aecond street ond other thor oughfares In that vicinity until yester day, when many of the members put on old clothes and holped load the unow into tho wagons, Mcctlnfes were held In the Hotel Majestic and lettoru were writ ten by the president of tho league, Cope land Townsend, to tho head of almost every municipal department In tho City except tho Marriage Bureau In an effort to gain tho assistance of tho snow shovellers. But all to no purpose. And so when tho work was all done jasterday, chiefly through their own ex ertions,, the members of tho leagu...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

'.7 I ; TfiB SUN AID 'KEW YORK HERAII; WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1920. 'if- SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS F THE WRlB77 v 1 WWJt NO CUT IN COMMERCE DEPARTMENT WORK House Refuses to. Reduce Agencies, Restores Attaches. Special to The Bi-n and Nrw York HtKAir. ' Washington, .March 2. Tho Houso by,a voto of 210 to39 to-lay refused ju sanction partial abandonment or drastic reduction In tho Department of Commerce ugenclea for tho development of foreign frade. which was recom mended by tho House Appropriations Committee, After two hours debate an appropria tion of Jl5,000, for the continuance iurlng the flaeal year ending Juno .10, 1921, of thoso commercial attaches of tho Department at tho principal burl nesa centres of tho world, was reinstated in the Italalatlvo. executive and Judicial upproprlntlon bill, A short time later tho appropriation for foreign trade In vestigations was increased from J17B.-1 000 to 325,00O. tho amount originally OBkfld by 'Li Department. Thero Is ' overy Indication ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

10 lUn -THE NEW YORK HERALD PWNPBD 1833-1835. NEW YORK. WEDNESDAY. MAR, 5, JMO. tub . Fran . srvln VVriJmn. Vici.Brl(lni Win, H. Tlthvlnctco, gscratary. r iBiui a Jiunnv. rmiuini. NCW8STANII PRICES. . Pally, tw teals a towr In New YU niy anq sunurpa tno inrr eews eiw iiirvi, evador, uvq ccnii) ai 1mwJii, ten maji, subscription rates. NUNDAV anlv Ann 3.33 rlU.VDAY on r, Canada 9.00 8.35 M .Tor all polnti .west ot tho mimIuidpi Jlvir add II year'fgr dally or dally and PAILT 4 SUNDAY,, !0.0Q S 13.30 All cbaoks, mnny orders, Ac, made payable to Tha Sun-Herald. 13.40 ),B0 to Da (foreman EdUUn. Published in Paris evsrv day In tho year, Price In ParleM centimes, dally and Bunsey, , PAUfa OffflCB. 49 AVENUB DH L'opbra. . ' information concerning advertising! rw far the European Edition my be ootalnsil ifrn mam mow yortc oroce. Tha Aaaoelatad Prcaa (a exclusive!? an titled la the. ui for ranuhlleatlen ot all newa despatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper ana alio ine ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

if. - ' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH &, 1920. , Junior League Picturesquely Revives Old Songs in "Musical Milestones" (Top)Right to Left Mrs. Philip Kip Rhinclandcr as a Hawaiian eirl, and Miss Isabelle McPhcrson as Mandy. (Bottom) Mrs. Elliot Schuyler Phillips as an Indian girt in "Musical Milestones," Society Applauds Annual Show Produced by Aniatours for Charity. Members of tho Junior League gavs delightful revival of old conga last nieht at their first presentation of "Musical Milestones, a "Quarter of a Century of Song and Dance," In the ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria for the benefit of the league's' welfare vorfe. There was a largo and fashion able audience prceoni, and a? the nature Of the performance had been kep; secret, keen Interest was taken In each number of the programme. The tal ented amateur tmtrcsaes of' society had tarried on their preparations with a secrecy worthy of David Bclasco. and not until the premtero was much known uboutthe new Junio...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

THJ3 SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY; .MARCH 3, 1920. "Babe" Ruth for the First Time Dons a Yankee Uniform and Hits the Ball to the , Sky Instead of ta the Fence, Mm 1' " V tail 'HIT 'EM HARDER!' CRIES 'BABE' RUTH WHITE IS ANOTHER TINKER, THfeY SAY Homo Run King Handles Whiz-'Shortstop From Catholic Unl zing Oroundors After Fierco Whacks at tlio Ball. WITH BODIE AS MVAL crsjty Makes Good Impres sion in Giants' Camp. KELLY FOR CHASE'S SHOES Yankees Practice in Detach- His Playing, if Continued, monts Gflolch Is Picked as a Regular Outfielder. t By WILLIAM D. ITAXVA. Special to The Gun and New Tobic HmLo, Jackbonvilu:,, Kla,, March 2. Prac- Will Solve a Big Problem for McQraw. By DANIEL. Special ta TUB 8fN and Nsw Toik Itnalp, Ban Antonio, Tox March 2. Clear tlco In detachments was had by the & warm min and the best ball park New York American Leairuo ball day- In which It yet has been their pleasure era to-day. Soma had moraine practice, to d "'n training greeted the eomo were...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

-4- THE SUN "AND flEW - YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8,..,M30. 13 3W Caddock Regains Prestige by Throwing Chevalier With Head Scissors- Hold in 58:1 1 CADDOCK AUD LEWIS i WININ IMG BOim Franco and Stranglor Diwns Jim Londos, C MEAD SCISSORS FACTOR Winners Will Now Meet for Right to Wrcstlo Steelier for Title. ' ny CHAIII.ES P. aiATnisox. In two of tho most excttlnc wrestling houta staged In Madison Square Garden nnd before one of tho larjeet crowd? that ever Jammed tho historic arena Sergeant Earl Caddock, former chum Iilon, defeated 'Snlavador Chevalier, tho French tltlo holder, and "Stranglor" Ed J.wls conquered Jim Londos, the C-recls champion. Caddock rubdued 'Chovaller with a head scissors and wrist loclt In 5S min utes and II second?, nnd Lewis tri umphed over Londos with a flying head lock In I hours 4 minutes nnd 4S sec onds. Caddoct: as a result of his victory ornod a match with lewts on March II nnd tho victor In that bout will have a Utlo'match with Stecher at a later da...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

r V ft X m h t t i ' t , fa s s 5 te- t t I I t it 5 u THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1920. 57 Hydro-Electric 57CX of lh Consumers Power Company comes from its Hydro-Electric 74 Communities Served, The bonds or debentures of this Company offer an attrac tive investment. General & Ref. 7s 7.28J5 bails Debenture Serial 7i 7.75$ biii CoinpUte Uluitratrd circular tent on rtquat for AO-zou. HieNalionalGly Company Uptown OSmi Fifth At.& iuiSi. corrwpoaatnt omcea In over CO Cities FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMIT Stock Trading Is Stagnant-and Prices Show No Tendency in Either Direction. FEW ISSUES ARE ACTIVE Trading in Endicott-Johnsou, Leathers and American Woolen Only Feature. Toledo Traction, Light and Power Company Three Year 7 Debenture Gold Bonds Price to Yield Orer 8 Combined with an attrac tive conversion privilege Ask for Creulcr "T-31" Henry L. Doherty & Company Bond Department CO Wall Street, New Yrk r Foreign Exchange, Securities & Currency Special An...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

... w , T At in IV I li 1 1 f V 1 I St U U. W 11 I .1 11 II i I 1 U tl. I I U W IVI A rl t W- m . lTr.ll - JJJT ImM I iakiaamw v a i r . a w r .1 a ta in iiii ii iii.ii i n r n rm n m - m mm . . - i r JInlillrailitfii&fnirillrfl 111 Sroabmay. 2f. ft Com,nwllhPr.Ry.Slt.Co. Com. & Pfd. Northern States Pr. Co. Com. & Pfd. Republic Ry.. & Lt. Co. Com. & Pfd. Tenn. Ry. Lt. & Pr. Co, Com. &-Pfd. I'rhalr 1'honea to I'tilUuTphU & Ronton Thirty-Eight ' Years pOR 38 years no investor holding any bond safe guarded under the Straus Plan has failed to receive prompt payment of principal in cash at maturity. pOR 38 years no investor x holding these bonds has ever suffered a day's delay in the payment of interest coupons on the day due. Our book'lct, "Safety and Six Per Cent.," will tell you why. Write for it. Ask for BOOKLET" D.347 SW.STRAVSOa glt'lUIHlS ! JHWIMMTW 150 BROADWAY. NEW TORK. Tbirty.eight year, without Ion to any Inrettor. A timely analysis, setting fo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1920. i. fit. Exempt, from Federal Income Tax Municipal Bonds 'Amount. Security, fc7,MQ York Cotmtr,Pi.,Itoad4y2s 118,860 Bunr Fells, Pt.lmp. 4'2s , ; . , . 12.060 Troy, N. Y., Public Silely Reg. i2 ' 35,000 Rensselaer, N. Y., School Iter. 4':i WColioi,N,Y.,HiihSch(KIBIJ.Rei.4)f 169,000 Wuhintton Subur bin Ssnitir; Dht. Md. S . 125,060 BUnI!a,N. J.,Shw! DiH.5 '30,060 Woedbridje Twp., N.J., Imp. 5. . , 56,060 Wwdbridxe Twp., N. J., School 5s 1000 Ridftfitld Pit k, N. J., Fundus 5i M.000 Hsnnepin Co., Minn., Bridie 5i 72,060 New Hinorer Co-, N. C, School 5i 10,000 Laurent County, S. C, Rotd 5i 30,000 HiUildTwp.,N.J.,School5i 166,000 Stale ot South Dakota Rural Credit 5 100,000 ttnolr Co., N. C, Road Imp. S'i. 100,000 Buncombe Co., N. C, Road and Bridge 54i. . 41,000 Miami Conitrfancy Dii., Ohio, 5'ji 100,000 Pertimouth, Vs., Imp. 52a . ; 4J,0fl0,TraTtraB Co., Mirm., Ditch 5a 48,000 Sebrinf , Ohio, Water 42 , ; 20,000 CCffride Park, N. J...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

mm . THE SKtf AND NEW YORfc HERALD, WEDNESDAY, -MARCH. 3, 1020. 4 17 cotton market; . makes late gain Advance in Final Half Hour of Session Is ted by Near Months. PAPER LEADS PULP IN CANADIAN EXPORTj TRADING ON CURB HAS FIRM TONE Lh?iiM.?l''t -1 The cotton Market was featured by a late advance, led by. the near month, scjterdar. Well Street .ond outaldo thorts found that a great Bcarclty of March' una May contracts existed In iho last hour nnd active bidding on their liart and a Uttlo new support by local lulls made for a rlee of 4 to tl point. Ttio market again reflected the lack of uny frtsh feature that might Induce the larger operators to reenter. Early In tho day discussion centred around tho reported demoralised stato of tho mar let In Alexandria, Egypt. The recent decline on tho Egyptian exchange, It la raid, has spelled ruin for-several large Arms established In that centre. Al though Liverpool was about as dud at tho start, tho Kngllah market broke sharply In tho lator trad...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

1 ' ' . v m t W IS 'AT THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1920. CONSPIRACY LAID TO HARKliBOW ' ' ' & First Wife In Actlpn As scrfs Divorce' blot Was " Carrie'ti Out TRAVELLING EXHIBITIONS TO STIMULATE BUSINESS DRUG EVIL ROUTED, A 65 Billion Dollar Market for American Development Our Branch Buenos Aires HOSPITAL TO CLOSE British Department of Overseas Trade Evolves Scheme to' Show Goods in Remote Corners of the World. At No' Further Uso for Worth Street Clinic Except Regis tration. CANADA :'d S BSSNCSKft U.S. 2 JLV - t mi CHINA'S foreign trade is five times as great to-day as it was thirty years ago. When the per capita foreign trade is equivalent to that of Australasia, the total will be $65,000,000,000 annu ally, instead of $1,200,000,000 as at present. The country's vast, wealth ,1n coal and basic metals, in vegetable and animal products, and the industrious, adapt able character of its population make this possible of jltimate achievement. r The foreign branches...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

THE SUN 'AND' NEW tORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1920; 19 LATEST NEWS FROM i BDni.naTiTRBiRi.n Humor of Tall Btroeturo for , Hector Street Blff Budffol of Transactions, fall office buIMIntr Is to be erected In, tho .north tJo of Ittctor trt b tneen West and Waahlnston etrectn. Bccordlns to rumonJ current (n tho downtown realty circles ye.ttrdar. The, ia 'covered With Ol(J houses from two to ux stories high, and most of them are Inhibited by A-rlans. Tho frontwa will to Beo to, ' street, but just how deep n rt and Washlnffton etrteta tho projected improvement will extend could not be ''woumorB camo on tho heels of tho tocontly reported purchuo by notch nit Bros., builders, of tho block front In tho castjildo of Washington direct between Carllslo and Albany ttrcets for Improvement with a hie" cudo office building and tho roport on Monday of tho proposed Improvement or tho northeast sldo of Mobro street between Tront and Water streets with u tlxtcen story office itrueturc. Theatre fo...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

I T f 1$ Ki I? Mv f I iff it 4m 20- . PfiV' jjjVPPT OF fllTTv New JerseySale r nent. A $45000 ESTATE FOR $29,500. Having moved permanently to the Middle West,. owner will sacri: flco Jersey suburban Homo, with 2 car garage, to quick buyer for ?29,G0O; $5,000 cash, balance on mortgage, takes it. The grounds comprise more than an acre, shaded by many fine, bid trees and beautifully planted with flowers and shrubs. The house is only v three years old, of the most modern type of Italian architecture; is complete in every detail and ready for , immediate occupancy. The place has been' kept In tho pink of perfection, and notun extra dollar need' be spent on it. There are 14 ' rooms and 4 bath rooms, tho latter, bolng completely tiled and provided with built-in tubs, showers arid .the beet fixtures money could buy. Tho kitchen Is also tiled, ns well as a washroom off-tho miain hall, on the first fl2 KTVnda occupy the crest of Sunset Hill, in tho heart of the i Kittatinnics, a't nearly 1,00...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

Nk ilMkMBiMW t -T ..n.h, Vrrncli. i ilaliln teacncr, " - ,, low . lli-nenf prepaiii. ?vrV I " I i.. 4WnM ""iJfniSt.'ln- in Ml (Or Prltl Jipanion J?Kv.ffiat tor ---j ' dlshionall pes four lanwsg. .yn"',t"o,6;,. in 1. at bit kwub Mm iia I ""'.I.', mirilni. wishes .PO"""" r iioj vi'v - . .....In. iinun fEnNUaS (EnSMOIill nou. j. Wvnfin' im Now it. NoWMU, N. pp. liuoton J -, : . J. (opp"nq SECnETABV TO EXBCVTIVB. m . - . J lftfTV. UmS iDlllWl rl I"" imonm. ji. ,,, -. , . , - rltllTlZKIl. UXl'KnT. ANV YBAUB M I nr. tlRNCK. dw re ptn timo," ' i "'CrV,r" ,n7c.,.iiri,i. Fulton t. '.It. ii. w uu"-'"" ; rr. hot ii. 't' j "SWf" T? "n"' Bun.Herlld. Brooklyn. Housffcrrpfro and JooltrtMM, lltfild e I OltnATIONS WANTED Ji AIE8. PWlrt. ' Position where tfflclenor nd good ,i.rvi are ntl: twl " romia merDuu;. k Ski ful : chri5ot htlPl WoH "Pf.ri- Koet wr Plm'- A. P., 251 snn-ueraia, "- I11 H. ' t Cf(M!VT A VT AllTllOH. Tubllc accountant nd auditor requlreB rdlltKnal work: audita. lnvo Hiatttnt. tyt- ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

1', i rrm 1 22 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1920. PERSONALS. X mi tt this data I am not iwposslbU Pfmwl7 for inr dfbti latnrrrt lj mi We. Mrs. Stella Bermtn, of 5 Wast IDlfl at., htw Tork tltT. NAT BF.nUAX. .LOST AND FOUNdT rODND-BlMk bar. oonwr lliit at. nJ Broa4wajr. MtM DILLON, 7M Rlrtrtldo TVIfphono Cathadtal Ilia. Xtf" northbound Broadway ear, March 1. 1M. teiUltnun'a teal Uatber foldinr wat let. cpotalntnr money, stamps. pronal mem oranda. mumltr and American Leclon cards and other Important personal pipera. He wjrd and bo nursttons oM If r.turDfd ta Dr. W. J. MBYEIl. lei Fast Mth it.. New I torn city. i LOST Cowhide tug-. tjv.ru by misuse, Fele ; "''. venjrai iisiinaii, Jtwr U117, slxmt 0:30. train from bikeirood: will rrlurn bag la exchtote, Ooratnunltatr with Aleitmler VIST ?' . Jersey Cily: 'puooe OWEN EAG AN, BOMB EXPERT, FALLS DEAD Fire Department inspector, "Who Often Braved Death, Collapses in Street. (HELD PERILOUS POSITION -Mrainomery. LOSTDlamoad...

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

1 WEATHER FORECAST. Increasing cloudiness and warmer to day and to-morrow; rain; south winds, increasing by Friday. Highest temperature yesterday, 44; lowest, aS. dialled weather ports win be fauna oa th editorial ' pre. A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preserves the best traditions of each. In combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than cither has ever been on its own. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD PRICE TWO CENTS , THREB CENTa IN NEW YORK CITY AND SUBURBS. ) ON TRAINS AND ELSEWHERE. NEW YdRK, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1920.; jMSffgi. g t,, n. t. VOL. LXXXVII.-NO. 186-DAILY. v.. Sinn. WE FOR 'DRY' LEAGUE INQUIRY L0.P.AID 'Action of Majority leaders ' Opens Way for Sweep ing Probe. . BLOCKING TACTICSPAIL Strict Party Vote Kills Ef I fort to Have Senate Join Investigation. SEE PROHIBITION EEVOLT 'Assemblymen Got Complaints , From All Sections lobby ing Ncars Searchlight. 12 Dry Massachusetts Towns Vote for Liosrise Special to The Sum asd New Yoar IIesald. ftOSTO...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

'CAILLAUX BITTER . IN TREASpp TRIAL 31c Defends Ills Contribution jto Defeatist Paper by Citing LonchOur'Siflift. KKPBHS TO U. S. SENATE Kx-l'reiniei' Says That Chnm- bcr Did Not Mix Him Up With Bolo Pashn. 'i Pans, March 3. Nettled at the trend of the cross-examination by Theodore Lescouvc, Trocarator of tho nepubllc, Joseph Calllaux, on trial on the charge of having had treasonable dealings with the nemy, displayed a greater reeling of bitterness to-aay than at any time since tho trial opened. Calllaux reiterated his previous test! mony that James Mlnotto, con-ln-law of Louis V, Swift of Chicago, had been vouched for by Edwin V. Morgan American Ambassador at ,Itio Janeiro who, Calllaux said, not only Introduced Mlnotto to him but received Mlnotto In his houso ns a permanent guest. An Incident occurred when Calllaux In replying to M, Lcscouvo's question as o why ho had subscribed 600 trances to the defeatist newspaper Tranches Re lublicalne, the editors of which. Jacques Landau and...

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

t 1 .TfiB SUN AND NEW 'YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1920. GIERAESTRIKE ww SEEN IN HiLLPTPLEA Argues for Deposed Social ist Assenihlymou and Defends His Party. OXliLS CASE "FLIMSY" ONE "Beware of Charge of Interna tfonalfsm arfd Foreign Dom ination," He Warns. . BftclH U Tfli Hex ik jfw Vo?e Utsiu. .A WOT. Marjj 8. Denying tha Heht'of the Assembly to oust the Ave Socialist members on the "flimsy" charges mads apainst them, Morris llillijutt to-day In summing up the cane for the defendants declared the Socialist party In the nation, not the live office holders. Is on trial. Standing by the doctrines of his Party, jie declared tor io repudiation of al war bonds; Justified the Socialist opposition to the war, saying It would take such a stand again to pre vent "unjustified slaughter," and In sisted that social revolution In the Fepso of an Industrial revolution alone can free the people from capitalist control. Justifying tho general strike as an emergency weapon, Mr. HIlqut tn ado t...

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