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

W3JTI ;? .'if ' V. 1' 4- ! . THE SUN T. AW) NEW; YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, 192Q, 44- CALLED TRAMS Conboy Urgcst Assembly Not to Seat LegislatoivJcdgcd to Destroy Ut'S.' ' L1P SERVICE' DENOUNCED flmlicinry Committee's Counsel Sums "Up WJth a'Bcnnn ciatiou. , SfttMX to Tnn 8ct and New Tokk Heiuid. Auiant, March 4. Pledged to the upport of tha Third Internationale, the Socialist party of Amerlpa Is a disloyal orKanlzation , composed of perpetual traitors, and the greatest menaco to the KoDublld' that has existed K1I1CO tho rcbolllon ot 1801. That was the conclusion made to-day by Martin Conboy, counsel 'for ,the Judiciary Com .ittn n'tiAn lift summed uu the Case for the State against the flvo Socialist .Assemblymen. Class struggle and Industrial rcvolu inn nrn tho two nriwerful weanons bo lng used by tho Socialist party to break ilown ino coveriimem ol ueniucruvy uu nubstitufo tho rulo of tho Soviet, Mr. hitter denunciation, and arraignment of tiie "treasonable acta" of tno sociali...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

I " . rpTrr," dTTxr Awn nrT YORK HERALD. 'FRIDAY, MAltCE 5, 1920. . , --a 11 w 1 ' " ; 1 ; 1 1 " .1 Ainiwitl-VL I SWAM DISAGREES WITH AIDS OH VICE Prosecutor Praises .Police in r General, CaiHng Gunson Cnso Exceptional. WOMxVN TBIiI? !NEW TALE .Says Officer Suggested an , ElopcmcntSmih Hears of 500 Evil Flats. Curious difference oroplrilon between District Attorney Swamv and some of 111 assistants rcsanlliur the prevalence of craft In the Police, Department was mealed yesterday, On the one hand It was aald Infor mally thatjthtre are at least :00 dls- renutablo flats In a certain inspection district whero not one could xlst WJo dut DOllce connlraneo: that the System with a capital 8 which was supposed to have died with Charles Becker Is so far .rivlvlfled as to be worklne night and day: that more Indictments are comlne w.k? that the Krapevlne tele- n.nh at the underworld la tlncllns ith wamlne messages; that witnesses already are bein hauled out of Ulllnp distance by unseen nanas; in...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

i. 1 IV 11 I! h 1 THE SUN flND Locomobile - Mercer ' ; a plan of efficient T R . (7 tUth if which It tnllrtl) twnti by The LtnmMlt Company and Mnctr ihtors Comfauy) has been organized to direct and coordinate the production and distribution of these affiliated Companies 2 History October 1919 Mercer Motors Com pany acquired the property of the Mercer Automobile Company. In December 1919 The Locomobile Company was organized to take over the property of The Locomobile Com pany, of America ; Mercer Motors 1 Company receiving'a substantial inter est in The Locomobile Companyi In January 1920 Mercer Motors Coma pany absorbed the Simplex Autqmpbile Company, manufacturers of the Simplex and Crane-Siraplcx cars. Today Hare's Motors assumes the " directing power of all these properties. Its function will be to see that in effect ing the big increase of output already under way, and the rapid diversification of product for which these factories are being equipped, there shall be no waste of p...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

8 4-m AND THE NEW YORKfcllERALD, FOUNDED JBS-JRiO. NIJW TOnTT. YfUDAT, MAnCU ft, 1V20. TUB SUN-IIERALD CORPORATION, Iubllhat, 3W Bmtnr. Prank .A Unnuv 1-raatdent. Dewirt, VtejreildMit and Treasurers n. ii. i nneruigion. secretary. NEWSSTAND PRICES. Dally, two reata a twr ta'Nw Tarts lly and Mbarfe mad Intra null !- Miirrc; mtaaay, Etc rents: lunmrii w real. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION HATES. Kast-of Mississippi Illver: One Six On Hv MalL PeitnlM Y.r Mnnlha. Month DAILT SUNDAY.. 111.00 flUW 11.00 DAII.T only O.0 4-tO .83 SUNDAY only 4.00 2.23 .40 SUNDAY only, Canada e.00 8.S3 .65 For all points vnt of th MlesKslppt tllTtr add 1 1 a year (or dally r dally ana OUDU7 vuiliona, FOnBION'tRATEfl. DAII.T ft 8UNDAY.. 120.00 I3.S0, X DAILT only.. ....... 1S.0O 0.00 1.60 SUNDAY only f.TS 0,13 . All check, money order. Ac, to b mwge payanio to Tn wun-iisraio. Barvpraa xtdlUsn, Published In Pari erar dav In th yar. Prlca In Part :i canUmu, daily and Sunday. paris omcE. 40 avenue de L'OPKRA. Information co...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

' V Miss K. ESteward W e Bride of Mr.HalletfJqhnsonl 7T ""I Sfnto Department Attaclio Wed Mr. and Mrs...Cdrapboll Steward's DauglUor. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell 8teward, of this city anJ Grasslands, Goshen, N. Y ,avc announced the engagement of their j.eeond daughter. Mlsa JVatherlno E .steward, to Mr. llallett Johnson, of tho .American diplomatic sorvlce, who now la attached to the Stato Department lit' Washington. Mr. Johnson' diplomatic rtrtU'C haa taken him to London and he to hat kerved In Chile, China and Tur Key Ha I"18 bc, Vlth the Stale De part two years. Miss Steward's family has been promi nent In toclety many years. Her mother, Mho was Mlsa Margaret Beeckman, la a tirttr of aov. It. Livingston Beeckman, of Ithodo Island. Her aunts are Mrs. j.ouis L. Lorlllard, who now makes her homo In Newport. It. I.t Mrs. William I'ratt Lyman of Boston and Mrs. Amos Tuck French of this city and Tuxedo J'ark. Mlis Steward waa Introduced in no fitty several years ago, and Is passing tho winte...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

THE! VSUN AND NEW YORK tfERALD, FRIDAY, MACH, 5, 1920, ' ; ' " ' 10 Entries for Davis Cup Close With Frame and Holland Unexpectedly Missing From List of.rennbCWallengmh CDMH WNEf f . MGAlBlIulT FOR SQDASBt FINAL THREE COUNTRIES If JBIG TRAPSH00TI1 New National Junior Foils Champion SUM MY1S UUF i I United States, England and . "South Africa tho Only Challengers. NEWS COMES AS SURPRISE Entries of Frauco andHollaml Had Been Announced Unofficially. Stpkst, N. S. W., March. 4. The timo limit for challenges tor tho Davis cup, tho chief lawn tennis troph'y of tHe world, has ended. Oreat Britain, tho " United States and South Africa will bo tho only competitors for the cup, which now la held by Australia. Great eurprlso was expressed in local tennis circles yesterday at the news cabled from Australlai that Great Britain. United States and South Africa were tho only challengers for tho Davis cup this year. From despatches re ceived within tho last few weeks It was understood that at least t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORKHgRALD, i?Ripj(tY, MARQH 5, im TW n It I. (T 1 A jt i s m h. v-n . . r ir-k ' i -n t i i . o . I SHi I f Ft J ' a .,. r j cuaw i gcs awe Command of hiantsMcuoorty is Beaten by ksoddatd tn utn ixouna oj ngm in London f SHIRKERS,' M'GRAW'S WARNING. 3Iniinger Arrives and Gives Giants Their Firsf; Lecture of tlio Year. UIO CIIANCE FOR ML tarry l'v'c Accompanies Mc Grnw on tlio Trip From Cuba. nr damici,. San Antonio, Texan. March 4. Willi the arrival of John McOaw (ho two .,, jcllco sessions 01 uiu uiumo- wauy took on 11 more businesslike nlr. With Hie eu "f "in'r manager on them for the flrt lime, me piayera were atto rrtlifr on I ho qui vlve. Even the vet ,rns seined to let out another notch. McGra' got Into San Antonio early In the morning, but he was the first man at'tho bull park, To Inaugurate the J920 drive officially jjetiraw gathered the'Plnvers about him uid I them that shirkers had better ujrk up aim bo rigm nomo Because ne ud no time to waste. "Those of y...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

THE SUN AtiD NEW YORK HERALD, J?WAY, v,ffASffll ft 18 r BET OF RAILWAY STEEL SPRING OFF plants have been maintained In tlio best operating condition and ara In a posi tion to yield a larger production than heretofore. In taking the annual Inven tory all material has been verr con eervatlvelr valued, In no case higher than1 cost" ' " IV Jlxeoutor Trnstob Ohartorod 1822 in IjThe Farmers' Loan and Trust Company Nos. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue At Porty-flrot Street London iAdministrator !" flaw York Foreign Exohange Paris Guardian r Extension of Subscription Date Kingdom of Belgium 2,500.000,000 Francs 5 Internal Premium Loan Arrangements have been made to extend date Tor receipt of subscriptions for bonds of the above loan from March 6 to March 13 in Brussels. We will accept subscriptions on behalf of our Brussels Office up to and including March u, 1920. These subscriptions are ' payable in francs, and we are prepared to purchase Belgian francs ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

! m. 14 r THlp SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FBIDAY, MAlfcH 5, 1920. SUGAR S AN INVESTMENT About ono-half the world's surplus BUgar rupply was cut off by the war. Con sumption lias increased. From an investment view point, eurar offers unusudl possibilities for profit. Wc will gladly send you a most interesting Booklet on Request This Booklet covers in de tail a big American sugar development. Write Custer & Company Singer Building, Now York City A timdy analysis, setting forth the pertinent factors in AMERICAN SMELTING While a transition from a war to peace basis makes a discus sion on 5 READJUSTMENT STOCKS worth looking into also data on companies with BACK DIVIDEND POSSI B I L I T I E S PREF. STOCKS which causes these stocks to have exceptional market merit just nt this period. ALSO DISCUSSIONS ON CIr. Norlhrru I'n.Prnr. She. Iialdln Aetna Ksploalve t'nlon Oil Cosden & Co. In the Current Issue MAHKKT OMNIUM Groin uii rnUMt for I)-3t. R. H. MacMASTERS & GO. Afrmorrs Consoli...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

THE SUN MP NEW YORK. HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 5, X920 4 lb MR MR TORT'. NTRACTIONIMOMY iMlini flt-nlrr T.nnvnn nt Vistly Increased vnnrgff Off for Kcscvve. ." crrniSON IS PESSIMISTIC i 1 Asserts Now York Hallways Company Hns rasscd tlto Zenith of Traffic. wuii stormy pwe between Comp troller Craig and Henry U Stlmson, counsel for Job E. Hedges, receiver, tlio ,. ' , r votlmat commenced yeiter- day that phase of Its Inquiry Into the cl(jf traction situation that concerns the New York Hallway" Company. The principal testimony presented under guidance of Mr. Stlmson was that tho company Is losing $2,525 a day and han 51.123 less In fnBn to-day than It Jmfl last Aupjst. Tlila Is due In part to the tlcup resulting from the snowstorm, In. part to higher wages granted In August. 4Jad It not been for the snowstorm, luSirever, the Hurfaca lines might have shown an Improvement In February, tu corllns to Frank Samuelson. auditor tor the receiver. Tho month of January showed a smaller deficit than...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

it ST. PAUL AT HALIFAX! ; AFTER SIX DAY TRIP toilers Began to Leak Almost i Immediately After Depart ure From New York. t ft rial to Tjib Hrx ini New Voik HtatLD. IlAiirxx, N. 8.. March 4. The Amer ican Lino steamship St Paul arrived at Halifax at 9 o'clock to-night after an eventful sis days at sea with leaking boilers and thoroughly exhausted ngt riecra and firemen. aomo of whom had been at their posts for forty-eight hours without rest The St. Paul was two hours late last 'Saturday getting; away from her pier at West Twenty-third street. New York, fche carried 153 first class passengers nnd 3S0 In the third class. Trouble In the engine room almost Immediately de- eloped. In the late afternoon It was discovered that the water circulating pumps would not work and there was no water for bathing, drinking or cooking except what the stewards carried from the tanks below decks. By noon on Sunday the defect had been discovered and repaired, but In the meantime more serious trouble had d...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

I HI Ill I'l MH'III III IM MIMIIM IMIIMMIIM IMM ilMMiM WILSON BUILDING AGAIN IS RESOLD Jnsurnnco Syndicate Buys ISlructurq Jtoiu operator ! Other Hehlty Reports. TVllllfim A. White & Sons old for tho lrroadwiy-Johrt Street Corporation, Ellas J, Cohen president, the Vllion Build- tie, at 73 and 79 Fulton st. and CI Gold U to s syndicate of Insurance Interest, tided by Alfred 31. Boot and William iadeer. Tlia purchasers announce their Attritions of ronovatlng tho property al I cost of $150,000 for occupancy by In liranco hrolccrs. Tlio building Is six Aorles lilsh.nnd fronts 81,7. In Fulton i., 63. t In Cold it, and covers approxi mately 6,600 wxaaro foot Other Downtown Transactions, Charles F. Noycs Company sold hi a dish transaction tho Caledonian Iniur ijnco Company's bulldln known aa tlio (laJedonlaii HulMIng, nt CO Fin St., tjvjlvo Btorlea high and covering lot iOx MO. Tho property was purchased by AI tosrtl, lialrd & Carlson, Inc. a tenant ijnd one of tho most prominent ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

MRMi pPn v? THHS SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARClH 5, 1920. r BUSINESS' PLACES TO LET. FACTOniES FOB SALE OR HENT. FACTortiES ron sale on hejit. C1TV miM. K8TATK. CITY REAL ESTATE. Above 14th St. to Mth St. (Incluslre), Above Hth St. la 80lh St. (Inclusive). It f Vtyt Jersey Sale or Rent. New 'Jeney Sale or Bent, East River to piortn jurer. Kait Rlrer to Jfertli River. i I ? Si m it.' i e. DISTRIBUTE TITLE CLOSING DATES Toth, 10th,20thor25thof Month An active real estate market throws a heavy burden on all those who have to do with the transfer of properties and the insurance of titles. Ey distributing closing dates you can co-operate with the Title Companies in rendering their service still more effective. Two things are particularly suggested. 1 Avoid the 1st pxtd the 15th of the month. Choose liwtei 1 the 5th, 10th, 20th or 25th 2- Iave closings whenever possible at the office of th: Title Companies to conserve the tine or their ctoslnj departments. NEW YORK BOARD OF TITLE ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

I '" 4 BITCATIOKB ;WANTItlu.rBAl.Eg. fiewrnl Htumret&i tt. COLORED woman trlibu bouiiwerU. mall aoartment. Smith. Ill Lenox av. jiOUSEWomuwi, .. um9, out, no u llitt colored i U week, Too4row, Ilenox ir, iMOUSKWORKBR, excellent cook; ipartmsBtt Christian people. Call 11 to 1, Riverside UdtiaBWOItKEit. bait time; bo tjsodayij light colored; good waits, Vanahn. Telephone HM Harlem. 'HOUSEWORK, peat women; gcmd cook, Inon omil city cwusuyi reierencfe. wa cor ."lit. HOUSEWORK Young- Southern ol HtSt neusowurk. for cblldna. Welaa, CI wirit llltn mi jlOrai'.WOltKKll. bilf time: anything: nut, colored; good wages. Oreen. 68 West 1.13d. fl0ll9KWOJlKI.lt, po fiODdayai neat, colored) rrnamr- e-iwx ar. ,w lfanrn. Vinl'.SEWOHIC with malt famllvt refer, ences. L. :58 Hun-Herald. .Herald equate. TWO slaters. Finnish girls, wish general house work toretber. for countrr. P. Labtl, 100 West 100th et. WOMAN, young, wlsbee general bquaework In refined, private American family. Write Hoi U Advertis...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 March 1920

If t 20 f-fff THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH- 5, 1920. PERSONALS. i fantry. write DALY, Wlllara Hotel. New I Tors. , . ; SAW. PARTIES ABB DUB IIBIIW NKXT t WEEK: UK CAltEFULj HAVE KNOAURD TTOKNKY I'OB TOO; CANNOT ml) YOHl COMMUNICATE WITH MK AS IlKFOUKf JIB JB0ND THIEVES GET $10,000 IN HEW PLAN ARREST TRADER WITH $5,000 STOLEN BOND Police Also Get Suspects in $90,000 Deering Robbery. A man whom the police name as John STAKE OP 1NT11IOUE, AH.l'AUTIKS AUK fil'llUCS Bolster Belief CulnritS A 'MU W?"J(1th,? P8 namc, 08 n P8T DESPEItATE. r M tM 8UN-llim-1 1IUS uu'bltl "H'"" Corcoran of 250 Park place, Brooklyn, ALP, IIKUALD BQUAItR. : LOST AND FOUND. TOUXD-Wlre haired fox terrlef, on Hon gar, rnone acnnyicr jsvb, i i t ,i -sir i.iHn. iiro in n mum uurKiiig in 3Iany Cities. walked Into a 'Fifth avenue brokerage offlcl yesterday and, placing a $8,000 Liberty bond on the dexk of tho man n ger, said he wanted to purchase BOtnc securities with It. He left It to .the manager to re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

WEATHER FORECAST. Colder to-day; onow, followed by clear ing weather; to-morrow fair and 'con tinued cold. Highest temperature yesterday, 48; lowest, 3. Detailed weatocr reports trill be fotma on th editorial lJte. A HAPPY BLENDING. p d?he amalgamated SUK AND HERALD ? reserves the best traditions of each, n combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper 'than either, has ever been on 1 its own. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 188AILY, PRICE TWO CENTS , three cents IN NEW YORK CITY AND 8UDURB3. 1 ON TRAINS AND ELSBWIEIIR NEW YORK, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. SSSS SLJm m SSESTiSS; Tor, M. T. U. S. RELIEF WORKERS, UNDER FIRE 22 DAYS, SEE ARMENIANS DIE 17 Near East Mission Aids ' Watch Slaughter, Pow erless to Help. i i LIKE DANTE'S INFERNO American Mag Draws Bul lets and Hospital Is Shelled. M 1 20,000 BELIEVED SLAIN Diary of "Y" Secrotary Gives j Graphic Story of Siego of Marash and Rescue. . By the Auodated Prest. Adaxa. Asia Minor, Fob, 29 .(de layed). Slnco tho.sl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

BP' J IE If III roodlflcatlonsuto Article) X.. ona hr Will lam H. Titft, to which no sorlous obJc Hon had been raised, and he could not understand why' ona ir the other ot mcse annum not ho accepted. Tho roll call on reservation Jlo. t re Hulled In Us adoption; 41 ityes to S3 noes. All the Republicans who were recorded voted In tho afflrmatlvo: wt,thom also wero Hie following Democrats: Cham berlain, Gore, Nuscnt, Smith (Go.), Shields. All tho negative votes were cast by Democrats. By the1 Bamo vote, substitute which Senator Hitchcock offered for reserva tion No. 8 was rejected. It read: The United States understands that tho Reparations Commission will In Its control over German economic re nources In ho respect so exert Its powers as to discriminate against tho commerce of tho United States. All tho Republicans votod scalnst this, and with them these Democrats: Reed, Shields, Gore, Smith (Ga.). J. FRANCE STANDS FIRM I AGAINST TRAQE PLAN Refuses to Subordinate In demnity Dae From G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

CARSON SOUNDS J IRISH LEADERS 1 ON HOWE RULE lie 'Has Secret Conference in Vlster, but Withholds- Decision. SEEKS UNITED SUrrOItT Sir llornco riunlctt Assails (lovenimont Bill n's Being Vnjust' to Majority. Iptnvl ''able Dttpatch to Tns 8n and New York llcnxtv. Copvrlpht, HM, by Tub Sun ivn Ntw Voiik HimiD. BLxrAST, March 5.- Reports nro fly ing thick and fast hero as a result of tlio cloak of secrecy which Sir Edward Carson has thrown about his confer ence with Unionist leaders from tho outlying districts of Ulster. Ileports ' rcRnrdliiB tlio decision of theso con ferees nro multitudinous, running all the way from tho assertion that Sir Edward has demanded full support of the Government's Irish bill tq the equally emphatic declaration that ho has iir pealed for tho Immcdlato mus tering of tho Ulster Volunteers to re Hst tho carrying out of the proposals contained In the measure. At any rote, Sir Edward's, silent herjehmen dispersed to-night Into tho hills of Dcrry, Armagh and elsew...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

Pi ft; THE SUN AND NNEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MAftCH 6, 1920. SAYS LAW DICTATES j SEATING SOCIALISTS t , . Ousted Assemblymen's lawyer Contends principles Shonld Bo Ignored. ILLEGAL ACTS DENIED Each Member of Party Has ? His Own Interpretation of Constitntion. Inc abova them, vera buying tbem at a discount" Each JHaa IIU Own Interpretation. .Answering Mr. Conboy's charge that the AMemblymen sworn to uphold the Socialist constitution rnusl take their oath of offlco under the State "with a llo upon their lips and In their heart." Mr. Stedman asserted: "Each public officer who takes an oath to support the constitution swears that ho will support It as he understands It, and not as It Is understood by other; not as It Is understood by Mr. Sweet, this committee or this Assembly, but as each Assemblyman understands It for himself." The espionage law, Mr. Stedman said, was "an act of national, moral cow ardice to place a Pir upon the lips of tho minority who wished to tell the peo ple the...

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