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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

THE SUN "AKD NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1920. . . : i ' li. L 4 COPS WAIT ARN5TEIN 'ONLY lOiHOIlRS OFF Ho'H Bo In To-morrow,' Law yer Repeats, aij $100,pOO Mil Hunt Goes On. SBBK BONDS IN FIANCES - I'olico Get Trail in Pittsburg -sMoro Firms" Find They Are Tlioffc Victims. Another "to-morrow" passed yesterday without tlin oft promised appenvanco of "N"lcly" Arnstcln, wanted )n connection with the bond theft conspiracy, 'lcky" Is showing a decided distaste for the Men of liclntr arrested, "and so far, al though detectlvca with ono ot his law yers Imvo been sent to Pittsburg to get him, nothing so crude as Involuntary arrest has been Indulged in by tho forces or Justice. William J. Fallon, attorney for 'Nicky' wlioso real name Is Jules W., dropped Into tho offlco of John TJ. Doo HiiB, Assistant District Attorney, j ester dny to announce as usual that "NlclfV" U to b on hand "tormorrow." The law yer wild ho had hcurd his client was only about ten lioura from New York, A couple...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

A 'JOHNSON LEADS FOR PRESIDENT .4 IN GAHE0R1A Choices; Wood Strong in Second Place. XATIOXS LEAGUE IoL lit TMtnarr TiVlrnf HsmM VmM jrnmary iicfect urnn panics cf ProgreisiTes and Old Gaud About, Eqnally Divided. CALIFORNIA. Tb e0 f TJta T ATS Xjnr Tck ywniy u'a Usiwaett tbs tms.tr ttsalr- raa, slutastU!Jts tbt ptrrm-t" t Svno&n ttal CnMeJ Etalw tat Hfcaa W. Jtfcrsoo ef CUIfertSa l tfc mt cSssto cf tbt SS3tUcasj f Cr,.. tor PrL n JUT . 3 tt;r-ri tit5ate aj aa -wsal osister cf tilmiSxa to tt eaUlseal ortstit ffl b tie!. torss4 Cirveti My M. aa fll ti tlixlM. I'p to (a tbere are tv rrr is tVf firtS essrtKtsx bios. jcaiviiiatet 'or d3egxixt ta oeznti'Se. I So cOmt tsMif. aa raited a hlt- ... . .. . ,-, r.wSsr aljst tstfrita- ti tUSK-oratis pi - tir U a BSMEOtfct 03 ?"- assises a ereajt tvf Vjevs&ASac to cfTta ;!k a tVli fw Htrtcrt Hoover, taxtUr fea efCaHfcna. Tfc r5J taiSrata ti.U lajjr-OeE. X-Wsirf W51 U Meoad eho'il of lift RtsICaear cf CaMfrsla. It Sad Ua oaitiit-i that &am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

VAN HAKE TO HALT HYLAFS INDICTMENT Richmond Borough President Says Jury May Act on Jndgo Tiornan's Advice. BEGS TRACTION RELIEF llcdloy Tolls Board of Esti mate I. It. T.'.Can Worry' Along-ri While on 5c. Fare. Tho Board of jpatlmat discontinued tor a Um yesterday Irs Inquiry Into the Jtitcrborounh'a iliiances after President j ranli Hcdloy had reiterated the request for a faro "frorakcIght to ten cents." hut wld the company's' financial condi tion had so improved In recent weeks that It could pay obligations due July 5 mid perhaps even get 'alone until Jan nary. Immediately thereafter Borough President Van Name called upon tho Hoard to savtf Mayor Hylan from Indict ment by a Statcn Island Grand Jury and Mnieelf from being subpoenaed by the. r 8ino dread body by dolnB something for liift constituents who havo to walk bo rauso of tho tleup on tho surface lines. Mr. Van Name read a newspaper clip ping containing a report of tho charge to tho IUchmond county Grand Jury de livered on Tu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

' ' tun nv new York herald I FOUNDED 1833-1833. NpW YORK. THURSDAY, march 4. 10: .THE BUN-HBRALD CORPORATION, t PuMlshers280 Broadway. S Prank A. XfunnflV. PraaMant. vErvIn Wardman. Vlca-presldenti ffm, T. newart, Vice-president and Treasureri IU ii.' juuorwgion, ctecreiary, NKWdHTANU PRICKS. Daily, Awo cents b copy In New York city and suburb and (lire eenta elw wlicrti Sunday, live cents eltewpere, Un . MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Ut of Stlasttslppl. mvori One Sir Ona I)y Mall, Postnald. Tear. Mentha. Month DAILY 4b SUNDAY.. $11. 00 ill on sann li nn uiuui oniy... ....... u.uu s.ro ,a KUKUA-r only 4.00 2.23 SUNDAY only. Canada 0.00 a-.SS i IfAP all nnfnta nut if tttj. Ml.la.tn,.l U River add 31 a year (or dally or dally and 12.40 'SUNDAY only. 0.73 0.12 1.60 .80 -.mi cnecica, money order. Ac, to b maae jiayaoia 10 Til Bun.lierald. Kuropean Edition. , fublljhed In Paris every day In the yaar. Sunday, FiKo iu .-aria to centimes, aauy ana " PARIS omcB, avenue db L'OPKRA. -Jnrprmallon co...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

Mrs. L.Wi Nelson Becomes Bride of ' Mr. H. G. Pearce Daughter of Mr, and Mrs. T. H. Whccjer Married to Late Alfred Pearco's Son. Mrs. Lclta Wheeler Nelson of Phila delphia, daughter of Mr. and lire. TTinmfl. TTunrv Wia1v f 511 WMfc Seventy-second Btrtet, wh6 are passing . . . I the wlntef In Pasadena, Cal., was mar ried to Mr. Henry George Pearce of Phiindninhla. v.x.nino nt.moon in tha " . - , . . , home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mra WHJlam T. Dewart, In the Apthorp. Broadway and Seventy-ninth .froot Th nv nr niir Paul nam. street. Th Rey. Dr. Oliver Paul Barn- hill of the Marble Collegiate Church poi. farmed tho ceremony In tho presence of a small gathering of relatives and .... I Irlenas- I Tho brldo was grvn away by .her brother-in-law, Mr. Dewart Her only 1 attendant was her little niece Mary Dewart, tho four-year-old daughter of , Mr. and Mrs Dewart, who was flower. Bin. w nimm ruta, ji., u i delphla was best man. Mr. Pearce Is the son of the late A1-' fred Pea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARQH 4,JL92Q1 10 American Trapshooting Association Expects to Send a Doten Experts to Represent This Country in Olympic Games If I m m Li t I UPSETS RARE ON : PIHEHURST LINKS Favorites as a RuloAro on tlio ."Winning SMo in First 3fatcli Hound. FRED B. ELLIOT LOSES Woodland Golfer Is Elim- Incited liy C. H. Bancs, $ riyjladdlpliia. I k PiSehuiist, N. C. March 3. All of tho 136 matches In the llrst match round of tho Pine tournament were disposed of at Plhehurst to-day and a small sized qualifying round wan played to dotor mlno the composition of tho special handicap division, to which a number of good golfers woro relegated.' yeetcr-1 day by tho workings of tho Plnehuratj claseiflcatlon system. One of to-day's matches -went to twenty-two holes, Gcorgo "Van Keuren, Knglowood winning from K, M. Robin son of Montclatr at the fourth extra hole of their fourth division match. Dr. A. H. Gardner of Slwanoy defeated 8. M. Morgan of Altoona n, twenty-on...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

THE SUN MP NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1920. H Jl Owing - t& the Continued EARL SMITH STILL A GIANT HOLDOUT I i ILhahIaaN A tin.' TlAliiliAtt Jit 11 ni ii iivitii i i-i'M i in ii iini i. in. a Ulliv - fliinmcrannj Toney, Gonzales, Doylo. and Chase. afcGKAW'S ABSENCE FELT Playcvs Arc Favored With Conditions Similar to Juno Dnv at Polo Grounds. By DANIEL. ftfctol to Tub Set and New Yoaic IIejud. Sak Antonio, Texas, March 3. In the continued absence ot John Mcdraw rather a peculiar condition exists In the ramp of the Giants. There Is no defin ite Information as to which players have signed their contracts and which still pro outsldo tho legal fold. However, It Is quite certain that there Is at least one old fashioned, out and out, genuine holdout, and ho Is Earl Smith, the younc catcher. Smith was scheduled to come hrc from his homo In Hot Sprints and Greet tho main squad on' Its arrival on Monday nlftht, but he lias not yet re. J ported. 1' seems altogether probable i that...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

III THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MRCH 4, 1920. KIDDERvPEAB0DY&CO. iMANCIALNEWS AND COMMENT NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES. Wednesday, March 3, 1920. Daya aalea .' imo. 480,020 I0SION nwmsL 'HEW YORK Investment Securities Foreign Exchange Letters of Credit COTIKf&flfaftJ flf Baring Brothers & Co., Ltd, LONDON Traaingr in Stook Market Quiet sm and Trend Is Irregularly Upward. 1919. 770,533 20,432,860 1318. 327,370 2M10.763 GOSSIP OF Will STREET. DIPEOVEMENT AT CLOSE Steels Maie Better Showing and Selling of Low Priced Rails Is a Feature. Munds ! Rogers & j Slackpole j S t c k s II ! Bonds Cotton Grain Members N. Y. Stock Exchange N. Y. Cotton Exchange II n a m I I uucago board or Irade 2$ Broad St. ! Uptown Office j 16 Vanc'crbilt Ave. 'Jeike Hood & Bou.es IONDS NOTES STOCKS Suitable for Investment MCHSUtS rV STOCK EXCHANSa Toledo Traction) Light and Power Company Three Year 7 Debenture Gold Bonds Price to Yield Oyer 8 Combined with an aUrae the conTeniaa...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

THE SUN AflD NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY", MARCH Ijjgfr B. I A Business' Bank Organized and equipped to render efficient service , to mercantile interests, we strive -to' beia,Bank for the Builderaof Biisi ness. ' i GARFIELD NATIONAL BANK 23KDSTRfcr.WHCRt FIFTH AVENUE CRMS! SROAWVAY. Frick-Reid Supply Co. n . 0 v.umumuve Preferred Stock We recommend this preferred stock for investment. Price 1023 and accrued dividend to yield 7.80 HOLMES, BULKLEY & WARDKOP MEMBER8 Nta York Stock ErcAonf e ' Pittilutih Slock Exthanit Union Bank BIdj. ml L 61 Broadway New Ywk HEUW16S1REUTTER i hlunkn ttjNcts Ywk Stick Exdanfi INVESTMENT SECURITIES - V !25 Broad Street, New Yorfi Telephone BroaU 6230 Berlin Leipzig Hamburg Frankfort Dresden Munich Cologi ne Cobienz Particulars, Price. FuU Details 8ent Upon Request. Alio descriptions English, French, Belgian and Italian Bonds Sent Upon Request. Parson, Son & Go. Members New Yorlc Stock Exchange 115 Broadway) New York arby Lumber -ommon and Preferr...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1920. 14 ft 1 m U-.l ll FOREIGN BONDS jCiiy of Hmbiwg City of Beilia...,, 1 '. City of Frankfort........ 4 Gly of Nuremberg Gty of Dresden Gty of Cologne Cily of Cologne 32 ENGLISH FRENCH lEifllMW Bonds Prices on Request. Al be r t de B 9ry9 J r.y Inc. New York Amsterdam Berlin 280 Broadway, N. Y.C. Phone Worth 2580. Selected Canadian Securities Send for our list of Canadian Bonds, with prin cipal and interest payablo in New York as well as Canada. It may solve your problem of transferring money and save exchange. Send for list. H.B. ROBINSON SCO. Phones: Main 4003-SSH ' INVESTMENT HANKERS 1ST St. Jiunc Street, Montreal. ;TOLEDO, OHIO; Secor, Bell & Beckwith lumbers New York Stock Exchange We invitt four inquiry on Libbey-Owen' Sheet Gl ass Com. & Pfd. Owens Bottle Preferred Ami oil local securities. Circular "S-l" on reauest. Gardner BIdg. Toledo Amer. Hawaiian Steamship H. W. Johns-Manville Royal Typewriter Sinclair Centra' A...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

I -'-Ik ' ' T.HE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1020. 16 I BRITAIN'S HEV LOAMrlJ'fS'SDGGESTS TRADING TECHNICAL .SUCCESS Jlsohcqnor Bond Issuo Brings Total of $77;000,000 at New Hate. ASKED im A .. BILLION Conversions from Previous Loans Total $490,000,500, ' a Satisfying Bosult. Sctclal CabU tl$pot(A to T Box AKD Nw asp Xw Voaa HMAUJ. Lonpon. March 1 Tho result of the Exchequer bond subscriptions, published to day, shows thai Great Britain won a technical but not a complete, victory over the- world epldemlo or high money rates through her offering of $1,000,000. 000 worth of Exchequer bondB at 594 per cent Tho loan began. 6n January ;o and waB to refund maturtng.lflsuoa ot I en equal amount Conversions from old Into the new Issue totalled iisu.goo.uuu anu casn eubccrlptlons' were $265,000,000. Thus there was an undcrsubacrlptlon of $240, 000,000. Thto amount will havo to' bo raised before December 1 to tako care cf issues which will mature on that date. The under-sub'sc...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

i6 m THE SUN AND NE.W YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MAJROH 4, 1920. 1 " I SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD J v ... i ... ' ' j it $ m I11U' iff It is,, HI Kit 1 ft ft COTTON MARKET ' HIGHER AT FINISH -p-r Jtnns Irregular Courso During Most of Session Buying at Peak Near Close. The cotton market closed lilrher fcsaln yesterday. after runnlne an Irreir. mar courso during most of the session Buying reached Us peak. In the late af ternoon, and It was evident that shorts found their position in March and May too much for them. Many sot out and into tno later months, which, In com pnrlnon with the others, wero barely tcady. It was reported that much buy ing originated In foreign sources, but the bull crowd, It Is reasonably certain, did little to stimulate the market's rally ing tendency. Liverpool was lower and Bad an unsettled appearance. Some In crease In English spot sales was re ported, 6,000 bales, of which 4,000 wero .American, changing hands. The leading early seller and tho chi...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

i REAL ESTATE FIELD ni.u MnTiiifnin fllnri TiAnnnH HOCKy MOUDHUD UIUD JjQJISOS 41th Street Olilious0,SUcf to Syndicate. iThe lwcky Mountain Club', of which Wohn Uys Hammond Is president. leased 11.. -w.rvrtv' in 111a noutn aids or wnt j.'urty.fourih st., between Broadway and tilth av., wliero tho organisation planned lo erect a million dollar clubhouse, Tho tin will bo Improved by o. seven dory modern ofllce building, to bo erected by a syndicate In which Joseph Harbater and XI. and & doldbera are, Interested. Tbln syndicato has bought from Laura Warston and others tho four story build Ins at 113 WcBt Forty-fourth St.. and lis leaaed for a period of twenty-ono 10 lwuny muuhmhi u?,iy ,unyj nn uujuii.i.ii. j ..... ...... n at 1H 10 lIS vvei vureyiourui n., The combined site, located a few doors east of the Lambs Club, measures TS.sx us.s, and Is to bo Immediately Improved, jt Is planned to havs. the structure ready by next July. B. Osgood Pell & Co. were tho brokers. Cednr Str...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

WW ataHvvt 111 - ' L i i i i M -.1 (.....,.. i ... If if 1 r ft f i. It h 8 I ft ltK :r-r f M Ator 00th 6t-Cth At, to North IlUer. f f FOR SALE OR LEASE BLOCK FRONT BAST SIDE OF BROADWAY 82D TO 53D STREET 80t feet on Broadway 140 feet in depth Two story taxpayer now on property Possession May 1st, 1920 , B1NG & BING 119 West 40th St. 4 ' Bryant 6410 Broker.1. Fully Protected orough ot Queens Sale or Bent. ItKAlilSTMK m DAYLIGHT FACTORY 80,000 or 160,000 Sq. tt. finest Concrete Construction Long Island City near Bridge Plaza ROSSffBROWN COMPANY 18 East 41st St., New York 10 It A HOMP. IN FLUSHING Pee IIAI.I.KHAN Agency. Flushing. N. V. 1II)MESEEKER.-Kee our une family houaea: beat section: several style, prices: Mini ready ocupancy. CLASSIC CONSTRUCTION CO.. Myrtle sr., 1131b it., Richmond II1U N. Y. An Advertisement in the Lost and Found columns of THE SUN AND NEW YOIiK HERALD ofera a real posliMI.fi of recovering your lost property. Lorur Island Sale. or Rent. Far Rockaway For ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

W iTfTAHOXS WANTED MAttS. I SITUATIONS WATfTMX MAI.1C9. 1?HE1. &JN iftD NEW YOltK HERALD, THtRSDAY, MARCH 4,, 1920. 4 19 yjf. s, ICCO US TA NT.--O9.1. i-oses Sj,, WBti twcli; trltt balances. Hot S3 Madison noane. 1 .&IHTANT twokkeeper, several Mars' expert. k: cxcellrnt references: Mlary $20. Jeanni v..n Kevin. 233 Weat 14$tb st utomobile mechanic's' usiper wtsnes i ' Jtlou with automobile concern. A, M 103 . f.n..nnd Harlem J.OQKKEBPEB, experienced, controlling ac counts, trial balance, accustomed hs-dunr romrleto ret of boohs; $4,0. Port Qillce box ill, urooaun. BUUrirr.l.r &n n inwnni. mm, nod penman, accurate at flgurei, Iljrman yfflcr.TrT East B8th at I'lssa-2094. . sffoTks Polish, J. ldors-lk, 441 Butter Brooklyn. Sutler-v a let, englishman. fit yesrs' prerloua reference!! ago Lelght 8 feet. Phone Lenox 1071. S3; ,'tnivicT maker. Prenrii nnllHhftr. wlihe5 poiltlon from prlrato. Schw&ru, 343 East CATERER, tompetent sad experienced, vould Uh to he.ar from first c...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 March 1920

MM lit PERSONALS. ICT PST1T flftlPPTlffl TWO WOMEN AND A w wt . ... k rAUJi, imrriiiiu, commit suicide mmmLS HEADS f OK HALlf AA Mfc i LOST AND FOUND. CfT-On northbound Urodwr r, March 1st. conuJnlnr money, itaropn, peroontl mtra WMd. (ralrrnllr tnil American I1on ranlj fcnd other Importinl penonil oaptm. Re- no aOMtlana fttk,l If Mtttrn.il nr.W.J. MBYGR, M Eni seth it.. New wnl una Dr. W. J JTorfe rltr, iOSX-ldack and wllow beaded bsr. Satur- Uy evenlnr. Feb. sj, contalnlnr Are rlngra, udi of money, uniet (tons and iienonal et fectit liberal reward. Mrs. Edna B. Bcnjon. jot! j'ailt place. IlrooUljn. Bedford 7. 0Sf-Oii Saturday, Vobmury between ,41th and Mth !(., near Park ar silver tlfarette cam with cold atripea and co,t of fcrmj enrravcd on itde. Liberal reward and Binuetlon nalied It returned to M5ED & AUTON-TIIEODOllE , STARR, INC., f.t tth ay., New Yorlt. CoST-Dumond bar plu. Monday evenlnr. ,. between Katt Uth And Mth it., on Madlion av.i rewanl. M.. U Kait 65th. )AMT-nin...

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

1" , 1 ( . I. - WEATOER FORECAST. " $ain to-day; to-morrrow fair and much, y colder; strong south winds shifting to. west and northwest to-night. Highest .temperature yesterday, 44; lowest, 32. fceUUed weather report will be found on the editorial pice. A HAPPY BLENDING. Tiie amalgamated 8UN AND HERALD preserves the best traditions of each, In combination these two newspapers male a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD PRICE TWO CENTS , TIIREB CENTfl , IN NEW YORK CITY AND SUBURBS. I ON TRAINS AND ELSEWHERE. VOL. LXXXVII..NO. 187-DAILY. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 1920.-.I . She JERSEY CHARGES AN i INVASION OF RIGHTS IN PROHIBITION FIGHT Case Is Carried to Supremo Court by State's Attorney-General. ARGUMENTS ON MONDAY Claim Is Made 21 States Have Not Approved by Referendum. NEW ISSUES ARE RAISED Amendment Cannot Bo En forced Without Consent, Is One Point in Pica. I Special o The Sos and JIew Yoik IUsild Washington, March 4. New Jersey to-day...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

3 elfteij li the creation. Aa lie aftBverijfcan tjio Olaputatlona of mediaeval tho- " ""? oiuo wncuw wo trc win ba ratlfladior. rcjKted. On tha whole the shadow la ao thin that Admin Utratlon itupnortcr were Indlapowrt t bellevo ha would Accept It Action on pfcfipjjmjr U)ecff(ttl4M The reservation aa to. Shantung wa, beforo the Senate when the ceaaton be gan. Dealing wtb the treaty artlclea whereby ShanJuJ.a is awarded to Japan, struck from tho original Lodge text tna wli her; hown In the parentheses; T!)e United State withholds 1'e as rnt 16 Arlloles J8, JIT and 11. and raaarvra full liberty tt action with respect to any eontraviray which may arise under paid articles (be tween tha Republic of China nhd tho Empire of Japan). Senator Hitchcock Insisted that thla would do China no good whatever, and that If tha friends of China "who thad , crocodlla ur tor hr want really to servo ne.r, to neip nr to reeover Bnan- tang, th would say to;' Therefore ha proposed a further amendment that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW ' YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, lpgCv WOOD IS LEADER; LOWDEN NEXT IN i COLORADO POLL Coolidgo Gets Five First Choices; Pershing and Hoover Mentioned. HUGHES NOT FORGOTTEN .Voters Strong for American ism and Business Policy in Nation's Affairs. COLORADO. Major-Qcn. Ilconard Wood Is the llrst choice of tlte Republicans of Colorado for the Presidential nomination, as In dicated by the poll of tho county chair men taken by The Sun and ?(ew York Closely following, as second choice, and apparently rapidly overtaking Wood, Is Oo: Frank O. Lowden. Gov. Calvin Coolldge was the only other potential candliato receiving any first cholco votoa, the number belnff about one-flfth the number received by tho General. Colorado has no preferential primary Four (the delegates at largo) of Its twelve delegates to the Chicago conven tion will be chosen at a State conven tion to be held at Pueblo on May 0. Tho others will be chosen In Congress dis trict conventions, about the Fame time. It...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

MORGEHTHAU SEES ! lltfAR PERIL; IN TURK i ' - f-4' JtfuBfc Bo Throttled to Saw ,' 3?cacc, Sriy8'F6rmcr An ba'sViuJoiv Declares Amorica Is! Guilty of Sidestepping by Refus ing Mandator , Honry Morifenthau, formerly Ambaa eadop lo Turkey and who knows the heart and will of tho Turk ns do few rnen In this country, declared taat night nt the beginning of a Near East Rollef drive", In the Blltmoro Hotel, that unless tho'Tiirk was throttlod'ImmedUtely the world would boo a continuation fit the war on as bloody n. ecalo as ever; He nald millions of Jews In Poland and Itussla would ray tho penalty. Mr. jlorgenthau Attacked the allied policy regarding Turkey. He declared that this country had had an opportu nity of stepping In, but that It had aide (stepped the Issue; that the United States was doing a llttlo pussy-footing of Its own. "Those people, or tho governing mem bers of Turkey," said Mr. Morgen thau, "have murdered more than one million nnnl. Arn vn colnc to Stand by and condonu it a...

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