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Page 101 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY- 1, 1920. Buffalo Bill as He Was Known to Mrs. William F. Cody W i d o w of Pictur esque Plainsman Writes Book Tell ing Life of the Idol of All Boys K XOTHETl redskin bit the dust! v Anil you burrowed a little more deeply in your secure retrofit, n rocky l iivo or a leafy recess as tic fancy seized you, n retreat known only to yourself and a few (rusted friends, tmc to the last drop of blood, a retreat usually hollowed out of the fragrant haymow, and with quickened breath turned the next page of the tattered yellowback. It was alwnys tattered, that yellowback. No boy ever nw one that wasn't. A bright, clean, un torn yellowback would have been like a haven and shorn, silk hatted and frock mated Buffalo Bill. What a name to conjure generations of , meriean boys! The yellowback haymow liov got more solid satisfaction in poring over the marvellous adventures woven out of romance than his son or grandson did in beholding the famous scout hims...

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

V 10 DOLORES IN SPITE of HEm CLAM of OE7NG the TALLEST of the STAGE BEAUTIES OCCASIONALLY .SEEKS Xfce COMPARATIVE SECLUSION of The MQVIE ATELIER. By LUCIEN CLEVES. IT niut not ho overlooked that the chorus lias, like the heavens, its own particular stars which differ in glory one from another. The mere term "chorus girl" means almost as many and varied kinds of girl up if the other word were not prefixed. So completely ha? the term lost all definiteness of de scription that it has come to mean no more than a girl who belongs to the choru. But she may stand in the first row or the back, she may be beautiful or merely plain, she may array herself for work in a long room full of the rest of her kind, or she iimv enjoy the com parative exclusivenesi that comes from the occupation with two or three of her colleagues a dressing room to themselves. Then she may, gentle reader, although this is a rare privilege, have a room all to herself, a little thing, to be sure, but Btill her own. Ther...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 103 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

"J THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920. s 11 New Roosevelt Bust Adds to Treasures in Republican Club Lighthouse Beams Increase Range by Flashing Upward Sperry Device Only Radical Improvement Made in Centuries Especially Valuable to Guide Aircraft. Work of William Ordway Partridge Completed After Profound Study of Colonel's Leading Characteristics. THEODORE ROOSEVELT, thoughts ful analyst of public affairs, the ' sprxtle of the square deal, is that of tho bronze bust by William Ordway vpart- ridge, which last week was placed among th" portrait treasures of tho National Re puliliean Club of this city. This new work from the Partridge studio is an interpretation which many of h friends of the late political seer believe in he the best sculptural likeness of him fitant, for it shows him in the plenitude at his powers. It represents the Colonel nf several years before his untimely death and may be called a composite. It is everybody's Roosevelt. Although the vulptor kne...

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Page 104 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Our Submarines First Photographs from Havana Show ing Fleet and Mother Ship -U-Boat Is Along, Too as an Exhibit ' Havana. Cuba, Jan. 23. ERMAN submarine off Havana." The veteran newspaper head line that saw so much service during the war can appear on the front page again to-da.v. since there is really a German sub marine off Havana and the entire popula tion of the city has seen it. This Is the U-lll. which reached the Cuban capital by way of the British base for surren dered U-boats, and comes here flying her Teutonic ensign beneath the Stars and Stripes as "Exhibit A" for Cuba of the downfall of the German Empire. The C-lll reached this port in company with the visiting tlritilla of submarines of the United States Navy, which is now cruis ing in the Caribbean. With her is "Ex- Whence Come Bj FRANK C. HIGGINS, 32, A.A.S.R. I HAVE nhvays been' peculiarly at tracted by the degrees of the Royal Arch system, and I am always glad to see any young Mason, or old one, for that matter, tak...

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Page 105 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

1 ' e J&ttn AND NEW ORR HERALD SECTION 8. TWELVE PAGES uaraciiSj acaoao4 rarancuu Help and Situation Wanted Ada. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, .FEBRUARY 1, 192n.-M WESTERN HYBRIDIZER PRODUCES MANY WONDERFUL PLANTS CLAIMS TO HAVE DISCOVERED NEW LAW IN PLANT BREEDING AfJ!?., Plantlc" "ful adentlflo ae- (wl&ard, Richard Dlener, whowe pro .diretlona have attracted conalder- " able attention. He bajb plant and ytoal Ufa rruiy he creatly Increased in itM and quality by a BCtentWa procosi ha Iti aiacovcrcA. Ills cipenni' ota nursery ta locate in a aheltered n uley In the shadow of fa new Mount Tiunalpals. In thta secluded 0ot. wnrkinc without much dantrer of In UrropUon from Uio outside world, IUch- ui Dltner haa In a IJttle more thnn throe mrj triplet) Uie size of halt a dozen well known flowers, lis claims to havo mado 4x bushel of wheat crow wbero one in before; to havo developed it Might proof tomato bearing frulta weighing thm peuudj each: a potato many tlmci ta slw of ordinary "spuda" ra...

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Page 106 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE AXD XEW YORK HTCTtALT), STINT) AT, FEBRUARY T, T020. Jy, MEJf JERSEY POULTRY PRODUCTION LEADER-GARDEN NOTES SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS FOR AMATEUR GARDENERS PfiCLTP.r rilMns In New Jerrey has tbooich It Is ral.ed under a wW ranie of i expanded within recent rears Into j climatic comllttone. Extreme tcmPeraturea a highly .ipr.lalied Imlurtry unlU'fhould be avoldod. A dry ttuophrre fi durlnc tbe year 1J1 3 the- poultrymtn I preferable to huralfl conditions, rlnco. creat of the State productil morn than po.COD.wJ humidity la apt to cuo lcknes and nt poultry product.', a rlsure which U only dlaetMo amone; tho blrda. These quajlflca.J mrpa-wed by cno other olaaa of a,ffrlcuH tlos ire found In Neiv Jersey, aUttaoush tun! products. Contrary to a common' portion alone Uie coart ailbject to braTjl bllf and In upltc of much slowlnsadver-jand frequent fosa arc not o well adapted, iletnjr this Is not a business which can be , Solla. ( taken up and mado aucccssfu) without Tbe eouthero half of Ne...

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Page 107 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

SPRING COURSES AT UUZ'AIUO ,w 0A11DEN. 'no BrooMyn Botanlo Oanlona an. jjJinWJ orlM ot oprlnl! 1cturM aa rtlnta In the Itorhe and How to Grow jinntaguo Free, Thursday after. 1m at four o'clock, February 5 to Wnntnff the Garden." MontaRuo Free t four o'clock. March 11 to Srae Mower Cardon," Montasua Free, Ttniriaye at four o'clock, April 8 to May r we. II. runt I'amllKn." Dr. aunderson, Fri- at fnur o clock, March BactorU In tho Home," Dr. Olive. Sat at eleven o'clock, February 7 to gircaC TUB TEW SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE. if E T Meredith does not mnU one . tl,e beet Secretaries of Agriculture thin LuEtry ever had. tlicn It will bo because In UklnS otttot ho has chanped from tho boneit. uprlSht. common-sene man that hp hn always boon. Mr. Munwllth under rtsnds fsrmlnir. the farmer and the farm- 'poll'iflsns am! professional office hold ' have their own troubles In trying a poll the wool over Meredith's eyes. TEN GOOD LIVE STOCK RULES. rhiw"a''rf-d nnd stick to it. rtti wi"i correct t...

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Page 108 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW Y6nK HETIALD, SUNDAY, FEBTIUART 1, 1020. PREPARATORY 1 SCHOOLS, COLLEGES AND ACADEMIES t 1 ; A DEFENSE OF SCHOLARSHIP AND DEMOCRACY OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN UNITED STATES Th following Is an editorial In Phillips suffer coiialJetable rtrce JJr Kxoier't official academy bulletin:- ZtZZv I, Ih ool'-. i-roparc a Uln teni Is the "' 1,1 Nr" .'''Hiiy prlvnto srlioo; thut a cood public future? In nwjp to the I . por- 0 f) ,)f U(jr 1)a a pwr j,, chool , inm iiivnuuii thiil t iero are hot li Rood nnd bad private nowadays who iiro navncii im, a m tem fundamentally "irryeni i rom i on now hi OKue. i nw """" they ree In the Present nn-a,ii r for yrvnmlnry school education an cpreicn ami , ; , tnxDalliy. ine nu . un " ' til private, ine poor - nnd thus neither cia-a learns d m w other Thererore n.-y '' " ,,'. one kind of i-el.eol In ti e com tn pubi c, to wnic.iai wou u . ' at which all nuld reeelxe the sinw kl d nr miiui " -' " toatid damn the exceptions, to nnd tno prl- rvrrangrmen...

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Page 109 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

n THE SOT AiVD NEW YORK HERALD, SOTDAT, FEBRUARY 1, 1020, 8 RESTAURANTS. RESTAURANTS. MURRAY'S I I ROMAN W 42nd STR., jut WEST of BROADWAY Phone. Bryant 4535 THE RESTAURANT OF QUALITY CO Music and Dancing on the Famous Revolving Floor EXCELLENT COURSE DINNER TO-DAY, $2.00 NO COUVERT CHARGE M. II. Cox, Vice Pres. and Gen! Mgr. RESTAURANTS. IIOW.'44St moiwcrmct XlRAN1 TAStrtmoit lAJftXIKON 0. Din PICK gSSBP LUNCHEON BUSINESS SERVICE A LA CARTE ALL HOURS HOTELS. HOTELS. MR. CHARLES MORTON BELLAK bcg to .lnnounce th.it lie has acquired the Hotel Colonial as a further additiuii to his system of select hotels, which will be a matcral help to hini in his ami to maintain a higher standard of efficiency and service tor Ins mine system. The location, design, construction and method of operation, as well as atmosphere of the Colonial make it especially desirable as a residential hotel for a clientele desiring the comforts and comcniejiics of the very best hotels at moderate prices. Magnificent...

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Page 110 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

HELP WANTED FEMALES. l:l MNM.lt 111 I.IUIIS I'll.tMJ AND CLF.lt . i M t.UKK IN IIIIOKrjI'rt IIFI'lUI'.t GOOD iiC 'ijIITI MTV. IIOX C4T, (ICIUM), IIKIIAUI N , 1)11.1 IM1 leik, typlit and anlitint bnVileier iiaiitnl; upi'ly reads tu work, Ituilolpl) Hcbrle- I'T. IH llroiJm,', Hlb flour. V.l.UE UfT. ffiO Wmt Mtli. corner Broad wajf, Co-iplm". 'awke, unltrcmii, chamber-ialdi, Uwue. t vvikio, liiit imrn'ri. nuno, guirrniM..i.. iuud IKMiKKKKI'CIt K ASSIST AM'i F.XOIvM.I.N I' OP-1 iimir.MTV rou uivascemk.vt for a IHUri.ll'.ST AMI Willi. ItEniMMKNIiKDl ioums woman apply nv letter, dl 1 P tltTMENT ii. KEYS A. l.flCKViOOl). 33 EAST, mil. MiiokKiTpor. young Iml.v, tnorouRli Iv experienced. Elgin Motor 1 lilstribtiting, 243 West 57tb. BOOKKEEPER, experienced nlw IMr clrrkj ko1 opr-iiiiiultT fnr nilTttirrnifiit fnr nrnt nn-iinil .vouns Uilri tn tc na. iprlrnce ml ulirv. It. n., BIJ iW.tM. IIitiiM IViinrr. lliMKKrill'lIU. nli"nt. In lurcr hrtlwil' l.i.i., rtriMitirtnl uiiinintinilv Tr aiivnu 'I'l...

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Page 111 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

I i THE SOT 'A"SJ OTW YORK TTERALD, SUNDAY,, TETJTITJATIT Y, 1020,' HELP WANTED FEMALES. iMtnKlloa ilna by. prfelonl rf portf ml niliiut. In thtnl Ui tint 100 1 acquired it tttoretlcal KheWii saiee.1 rtiwi fof law, sch in.) court rrrtliics ,Lmk Institute r. JMjtl - , , , , '.Stttnographer-typlpt, assist In of fico; good opportunity for con scientious worker." Louis A. Silk, 142 5th av. Stenographer, experienced Oliver operator; permanent position. Call at Scars, Roebuck & Co., 115 5th av. i n'.soiiiui'Mi'.nR. - urge MEito.sjNTiLK 1 HOWE HA TWO OR THREE V,OANCIF.S TVm BtlWHT. r,NT.RitMTIO riTK.NOOHUH ra? ,lt III tNK YIUU'S BXPF.nmNCB! noon TKTE AGE, KM'BIIIBMJK ANUAIi.UU, A PPT V T M-, 372 HERALD. Kin, r-fTNOOIl'.PIIER and asilstant bookkeeper In an ftvwi nf'lre: Christian, with some experience! n-oit bo luiek and correct at figures; to a neat, 'p'flHtfOt clrl goud opportunity for rapid ad. st ici-menl. Address, staling references and sal. ", n II V7 Run anil Herald. c, m mil lit...

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Page 112 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

B SOT AOT NEW YORK HT5RALX),' STOPAY, FEBRUARY Ti IMtV .- V HELP WANTED MALES. DELIVERY BUPI. ABRAHAM & BTBATJB, FULTON BTEBET, BROOKLYN. Riulr immediately the oervieea of a Superintendent for their Delivery Department Men who have bad perieuce .lu the delivery departnient of Inrice establishment- only will bo coiirtidercd. Apply by letter only, stat ing In detail cxtcut of your experienco and salary expected. All Informa Uou will be strictly confidential. Ad dress 1'crsonncl Department. DIE maker. Poldlng paper V?1 nOAVT:00 In rt.i: .dtlphl Addrets E-3I. P. O. box JAW. !.!"" "' msmill't SALES MANAGER WANTED BY N,.',, Vnglitid and ome other t tcrpl States to unit f.mi.icii. umiw niV State, tUx, full experience. J' ren-. , " Manager i.rklnw Co Jellet. Ill i. ii. v iii DRAUGHTSMEN. Electrical DRAUGHTSMEN. LARGE Pnblic Utilities Corporation CONSTANT sri'EK1SI0N. ,!:' SW ,lVC-i-r."vACATibV OF TTTO WEEKS. omen EESTADiuyr rEivi leges. Electrical, Box 37, Station D. DRAUGHTSMAN. Wantwl...

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Page 113 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

7 TTTE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALDc SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 102B. I i . . HELP WAITED MAIES. HELP WANTEDS MALES. ARE YOU GOING TO STAND STILL IN 1920? 100 per week, salary and com mission, paid to salesmen with clean records Many of our men are making $1,000 a week; come in and we will prove it Leads vnd co-operation fur nished unlike any you have ever Been. Applications received now for additions to our sales force in 192a Address Dept P. PETROLEUM PRODUCING -& REPINING COMPANY, . 489 Fifth Avenue, New York City. fKOTRlTT SAt.ESMTSI, An Ubi 1 Opportunity, Va estthlls-ed New York Imert awl house handlln very attractive irdutril Isjups. bnih referred and eomnon of solar concerns, deelres to Kid several lite men lo Ira tale fon-e. Tbe men will hue rhp cboicai of wiirtlni Minor In New York or outside territory and vu' he rlvca elroni office co-operation In th way of leads and fol iar op letters and literature. For nun wbo want to aril (rood se-uri-tie ard at the nt time male a I hcral marz...

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Page 114 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

10 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBKUAKY I, man Maury Rogers & sAuchincloss Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain Mimbm N. T. StotU EeJann N. Y. Cotton E-tchani Ckleago Board of Trad 25 Broatl St FINANCIAL HEWS AND COMMENT Market Bollfl Off on Trofit TaMnff After an Early Show of Strength. ! TRADING PROFESSIONAL J Hank Statement. Discloses !$V 501.510 Increase In Sur plus Reserve. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES. Saturday, January 31, 1920. Day's m!w Year to dato 244,205 19,C,S27 T73,5S0 11.S04.875 r-1oe!r,-, 1)14. i iik. 1 OH 121 56 J37H 115 1S?4 25 115 44 1 ro 113 15 U 158 11S 14 :c 117U bit tat. BllM. ..I 12; 7 SOc THIS 1 1 49 122 H 1234 554 && muliioulnsu mi! 144 13 2f 25 25 Ism-at "Hi 4914 123 65 123 14 J4J4 HH Its j 9 PS 104 11054 244, 26 R84; ' 07 98 . 100 'no 411 45 i 11R UM.i' 99 lt9 ICS '270 Preferred Stock Analysis (Ve Aero prpard' a trie I and comprehtntiv dl$ausion of the ptetent condition! tut rounding preftrrtd slock if met. This iriU bt sent upon request, toge...

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Page 115 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

Non-SpeculatiTO & Investment Indtwtflals Corp. Prvfanrml Stock pa& OxAtUm&ag.. .fUS,M0 7H Stock has recandy cekl its 27th corneal ijvt dividend and Is btejad up tn liquid assets to ow 92SQ per stuns. HftHowoIl & yenry ST Ffo Street, New Yerlt Telephone John S4S8 Standard Oil Stocks BOUGHT SOLD QUOTED C.C.Kerr&Co. 2 Will St.. N. Y. 'Phone 6780 Rector CONVENIENT BRANCH OFFICES IN MIDTOWN SECTION OF New York Stock Exchange Firms STOCKS AND BONDS EOtOHT FOB CASH OB ON CONSERVATIVE MAKQDf Pearl & Co. HOTEL ST. ANDREW. Rsej at 72i Hem Offle. 71 Broaiwj Louchhcim, Minton & Co. HOTEL ASTOR. ffocg at HA 2M 5TH AV. Uatn Ofkt. 71 Broa&pas Sartorius, Smith & Loaci SCO STH AVE.. 63 W. I25TH ST. 141 BROADWAY. Brootyn. Main OPcu 10 Broad St. Crawford, Paiion & Cannon HOTEL ST. ANDREW. Buoy at 72 J Main OffU. tt Bioificay Onaiitia & Co. 2A EAST 46TH ST. Main Office, i Broad 5u A. A. Hoiuman & Co. 25 WEST33D ST. Main OJlor. it) BrKi St. Wright, Sladc &...

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Page 116 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY I, 20 . -- ' 1 12 t r ftl. Use your influence to s&re the Railroads As cloie students of tht critical railroad situation and their need of Con itructive Legislation be fore return to private con trol on March 1st, next, we want to imprest again upon every man, woman or trustee interested di rectly or indirectly by in vestment. Life Insurance policy or Savings Bank de posit, that fully 40fl of these interests is in Rail road Securities, which are seriously jeopardized by Concessional delay and it is, therefore, their impera tive duty to use every in fluence they canvbrinjr to bear to awaken Congrers, through their representa tives to the perilous situa tion that will be created by further delay. C. I. Hudson & Co. V iJm Sru Ytti Stock Exchtxf ritui it 4 66 Broatfway,N.Y. PhMHertr7l Tor adriea retarding any par ticular railroad stocks r bands yen may be iaterestad la ad dreis IstUr of la?ary U ar MR. W. P. NEWELL Mays Food Products...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

WEATHER FORECAST. Fair and warmer to-day; to-morrow partly cloudy; gentle west winds. Highest temperature, 27; lowest, a below. Detailed weather report! will bo found on tho editorial pace A HAPPY BLENDING. "4 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. THE NEW YORK HERALD 1 PRICE TWO CENTS i thrkr cents IN NEW YOniC CITY AND SUHUIH18. 1 ON TUA1NS ANDEIKVHEnE. VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 155 DAILY. NEW YORK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920.-&WA 4 AND -- r COPELAND'S FLU PLEA HALTS BIG 'HEAT' WALKOUT I oli'l ami Ainrtincntllouso riroincii Agree to -18 Hour Strike Truce. HKillKK PAY IS LIKELY Coinniissionor Shows 3raiiy JJvos Would Be in Dan ger if 3reii Quit. HH( LINK JX EPIDEMIC jipiiths anil New Cases Arc Fewer Here, hut Other Cities .Report Increases. 1 1 i o frt.c of ;i not too friendly cfvU of .',000 hotel and apartment rnufe flrempn. Health Commissioner ((ip...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

THE SUN AND" NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920. to brlnr th treaty up' Irreeoncllables may b wttatlon for Justice, moderation and go alone with thm. nferenca of the Irreconcilable' ... ..-.!. . i.. .t.i, m,ma vhlle no atep? have been when to Ivaihlneton. "Jle desires to be hero In f . Ttn.nn iri i tn rsa of Important developments In treaty nantly Kuropoan, and not a world orran matter, but his fjlends have not con- Iratlon, and It will in tainted wltn an fidered it necessary thus far to summon the Interracial Jealouiles of wop. Mm back, He was Mid to be in Mb - four! to-day. i-i... r, ...... i- Utt.r nrMtsta fMwuHi ....... nealnjt any assumption inai American failure promptly to ratify the treaty Is ivldenco that mere partisan politics has neulfed the national sense ot rair ucai-1 oruer oc inins win vit, In. He make plain that the Senate Is consequences will recur, there will aa n n Independent, constitutional part of.be some Kreat catastrophe of wnr In .),. ir.,tv moiiinir ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

'3C 444 THE SUN J AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920. BRITISH MMlM SOLUTION IN D0RA' fl'tir Time Control of Liquor Tniffic Heduces Dniiikon iks (o .Miiiiimim. UIN AT MEAL nm ONLY Continuation of Hoard Is Tro llOM,ilSi'otlnn(l Turns to Local Option Feature. i Pttpalch to Tub Scn asp Nw YniiK lUiui.n. ..jn'MjIf X, nil right referred. T..i.v"v l'Vli. 1 Oront Hrltaln' I)? i!,.,,,, it tut found a solution of the Sr p-..hl.Mii short of absolute prohV hl, ,, us nam Is "Doni," otherwise the .if. n. p of tho realm tuct. I'mlcr a i restrictions arc establlahcil to rr(l,, dnrnkPiini'SH by physiological re.m. rouKhly Hpcaklnff, It confines or'nkinit t'i meal hours. I nd-r thi- "Horn" nystein drinks can vP on, between tho hours of 12:30 ,nd : SO ,'md fi and 9 1'. M.. affordlnc mI,v " ..m- for the worklnu man or the lizard to Ret a pint of bitter u , ,.i .i r.his-lc y and soda with his meal, , ..Mirtunlty to hang around tho ta, ,U and all the evening and ,., nvO.-jted. The hours are en...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

THE SUN AND .MEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920. jD, War Bcimrtmcnt Disapproves , of Mcnsuro Drafted by Senator Caldcr. SAYS IT IS NOT NEEDED Military Committee of Upper Clinmlicr Will Consider Mat ter in Tew Days. t pedal Dtipalch to Tnr. Sls xsk Nitw York I Hutu, Washington", I-Vb. 1. There will bo !:?cn disappointment In army and navy clrclta 03 the result of an aitvcrno re port Just made by the War Department upon a bill drafted by Senator fialdcr K.' T.) and pendlni? before the Renato aniltar'y Committee for a new military medal to bo awarded to men of tin nrmy and navy and tho members of the nrmy women nurse corps who lmv been cited for gallantry In net Ion. In re sponse to a request for an opinion o.i tllo measuro the War Department has sent a letter to the committed aaj-lns tllo proposed decoration la unnecessary. Mr. Caldtr Introduced the Dill be rause o." the sentiment widely prtva lejnt In the army and nay that there should be some sort nf decoration lesser value a...

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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