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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MACH 6, ,1920. 4 WOOD IS PICKED 'AS FIRST CHOICE I Iovlcii Follows Closoly in Toll Among Organiza tion leaders. A31EMCANISM BIG ISSUE Preference for Hoover Among; JJnnk and Filo Not Re flected by Dictators. CONNECTICUT. Major-Gen. Leonard Wood Is the first choice of the Republicans of Connecticut for tho Presidential nomination, accord ing to tho returns received from that Suite In tho poll being taken anions or ganization leaders throughout tho coun try by Tub Sun and New Yontc Herald. uov. Frank O. Lowden Is second r mire. Thero Is some sentiment for .-; nator Hlrani W. Johnson, soma for Senator Wnrrcn G. Harding nnd some for William Howard Taft displayed In tie llrat choices. Former President Taft v .is declared to bo their second choice i a number of the chairmen. He Is u indent nf New Haven. Charles E. Hushes, Philander C. Knox nnd Gov. Calvin Coolldgo also were mcntlonedrby wine of the leaders, as a second choice. Americanism" was stated ...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. HYLAN DEMANDS iNunRMiTiAU nil iiu viuiimivii vn . 500 VICE FLATS Enriglit "Writes to Swarm to Give Quick Trials to Ac cused Policemen. WOMEN" IXFOIWERS IIEIjD lawyer Accused as Go-Bctwecn and Unidentified Cop as Collector of Graft. Polk Commissioner Enrlsht sent a. J .Swann last nlsht requesting that John H J. Gunsoa and other members of the force, who.raay b accused of misconduct be pot on'trtat qultkly, and saying that the rollc Department wss anxious to set rid of evildoers. He a'.so asked for a list of "disorderly flats" tn order that the police mljht suppress them. Mayor Jlylan. earlier In th day. a'so begged Mr. Swann to end this list to Police Headquarters. Before the Police Commbsloner wrote his letter James E. Smith, the Assistant District Attorney. In charge of the Gun ton Investigation, announced that Gun eon would be placed on trial this month. possibly by March i. Mr. Smith has been freed from his other duties so tha...

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

GOV. ALLEN WARDS . PUBLIC TO AWAKE Kansas ExccutivcDcclnrcs for Ituttlo Against Stf f irili, In solcjit Minorities. PLEA FOR GOVERNMENT i Makes Address "Before League for Industrial Rights nnd Is Applauded. "All (hat labor or capital lias any right to ask for la Justice" said Henry J. AMen. Governor, of Kanran, Jn his nil dress Inet night before tlio Lcajrue for Industrial rtlfthtR nt the Waldorf Anlorla. "Tlio time has come In this country for executives nnd lawmakers to see to It that tRo people ECt what they ore entitled to; the time to stand up for the people against. nclllsh, Insolent minor ltie." The 500 members of the league, .most of them men of large wealth, with In vestments, according to report, amount ing tn perhaps $300,000,000, roundly ap plauded Gov, Allen for this and similar j.?ntimenta expressed In his speech, tho principal ono of. the evening. He talked to them mostly about the Kansas Court or industrial iteintions which grow out of tlio coal strike of laRt Novemb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

1 8 44 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. ! I AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED JUMttl NEW TOnif, SATURDAY, MARCH 6. IPSO. THE SUN-HERALD CORPORATION, Publishers. 280 Broadway. , Frank A. Mtrasay, President. ErVln Wardman. Vlet-prealdant: Wm, T. Dewert, Vlce.preaidtnt and Treasurer; IU It. Tlthtrlnston, StcrtUry. NEWSSTAND PRICES. Dally, two cents cpy la New Trk city and suburb aad (bre cent elat wherti flunday. Are cental lawbr, un tenta. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. East of Mississippi River: On Six On Dy Mall. Postpaid. Year. Month. Month. DAILY k SUNDAY.. 111.00 10.00 11.00 DAILY only 8.00 4.W .84 MUNDAY only, 4.00 ill .40 SUNDAY only. Canada 0.00 3.5J .85 For all point mil of th Mississippi ntrrr add II a year (or dally or dally and aunuey tuition. FOREIGN RATES. DAILY SUNDAY.. 128.00 $13.30. 12.40 DAILY enl laoO 8.00 1.60 SUNDAY only. 9.76 5.12 .80 All chck. money order. Ac. to b mrt psrahla to Th 8un.Mrald. European Edition. Published In Pari every day In tba ye...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

'i THE : SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH (, 1920. .V 4 picturesque Ball at Palm Beach for Legion Post 2,500 Moses Showered on tho Dancers in Grove' df.ltenl Orange Trees. l'ALit BiiACir, Via., Blarch 5, More than two thousand persons attended tho dolf and Tennis ball given at the Break er Hotel to-night for the benefit ot the r.ilm Beach Post of tho American Lo sloii. The Breakers ball has always ken one of tho two biggest events of tho teuton here, Tho hugo ballroom represented an or ange grove. Tho guests entered at one cnil or tho room through a court draped with tho colors of tho American Legion ami found themselves In a grovo of real iiriuiKO trees In blossom and fruit Twclvo hundred oranges hung on the ticos ninl guests strolled through the srovo nnd picked tho fruit at Will as well the blossoms. The cntlro celling was hung with Southern smllax and In cr?ici'eii with orange lights. A series of cement pllastora around the room was topped by a grlllwork of 'ham ,inered...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

1.., THE "SUN AND NEW YORK EMERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. Percy Collins tyins National Amateur Billiard Championship by Defeating David McAndless, 300 to 225 ID M'ANDLESS LOSES , BILLIARD' FINAL iPorcy Collins of Chicago Takes National Amateur Class A Championship. JAY GOULD REACHES1 HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT TIGER FIVE DOWKS COLUMBIA 32 TO 28 FINAL AT I, I If I I. i. GRIPPING UPHILL GAME .Turning Point Comes in the i 22d Inning Winner Averages 17. FINAL STANDING OF l'LAYBtlS. . Fercy St. Collins", rhlcaco I"n 6 TrH .rp .jr-i chlcneo ft 1 Francis S. Apnlby. New York.'.'.'.'. 2 4 Fercy Tramp. Plttsbnrir. Pa 2 4 Itobitt U. Lord. Chlcnen 1 ft Julian Mro New Y -' 1 5 BpteM to Tnr 8r "rw York Jlsnun. Boston, Mass., March 5.- Percy N. Collins of Chicago1 wrested the amateur billiard championship of America from Uav.U Mcindicss, Jr.. -also of Chicago, to-night In one of tho most gripping Struggles that has marked the annual tournament. The flaxon haired bllllard 1s...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

I THE SUN ANDREW YORK mtAJuD, SATURDAY, MARCH 0, 1920. 11 . m m m m, mt. W . W m. - " hufflmg hir Dowlas, Who Straued From the Giants Last Fall Meanders Into Sah Antonio Camp PECK MODEST IN NEW YORK GOLFERS TO MEET IN FINAL ATHLETIC MEET FOR QUAKER CITY I. C. A. A. A. A, Committee Itccommomls Fourth of Itc ccipts 0o to Olympic Fund. Where Women Shine on the Diamond New Racing Star in Auto World i TEAM FOR TO-DAY PENNANT CLAIM - 'I 1 'i f i Sturdy Shortstop Hcporltf to Hugging Only Two Pounds Ovorwoiglit. Oiimts Will Open tlio Prollm "inm'.v Season Against tlio Sim Antonio Nino. Sum Grliniri nnl iK (j. New ton, Survive', in, J.'ino-' ' lurt I'ouvncy. f CRAW SELECTS . . - 1 7 I Jill .. I II .... II .1 . I I I I. II I f . VtfTKKANHTOHEpSWOItK i i' Pollens lionchos Cnnip, but 'Siijs'Uo Has Not Signed a Contract. Ily DANIKI,, , . i. -., Unu ivn Vu. Vm.V T . . " ?an Antonio, Tex., March 5, "Bhuf- (lln; I mi iraiiBinn, uie pitcner wio itrayfd from the fold ilurlne the, critical rrrjfd v. 1...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

12 THE SUN AND NEW tfORK JIERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. :r.; F1 I MX. If flit SORN EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK PHILADELPHIA CHESTNUT at SECOND WW PHILADELPHIA February 20th,1020. IlEHOUItCES. IOjm nd Invest menu...... $35,201,287.87 toana on Government ODIlgatlona 18,648.302.21 0,318.791.88 1,704,290.21 3,821,885.30 Duo from Banks, ... . . . Clearing Ilouso Ks changes.....,,.,.. Cub and Reserve , Customers' Liability Under Letters of Credit and Accept ances 8.320,183,07 76,003,B30.M LIABILITIES Capital $ 3,000.000.00 nurpiuiraiiu ntn noma. , 4,4U4,h40.V4 unearoeu uiacount. Reserve for Taxes, . , Circulation. ...... Deposits Letters of Credit and Acceptances, Rediscounts with Federal lttcrg nanic 317.512.62 'JS9.S7U.fil 1U5.000.00 44,103,830.01 8,385,000.20 174170,774,10 $76,005,030.51 NEWTON W. CORSON Cashier. FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Stocks, Except Specialties, Hold Against Realizing and Sentiment Improves. STERLING GOES, UP AGAIN Suggestions for Investors may be had on request A. ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

13 WON EXCHANGE THE SUN AND , NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920,, GRAIN CORPORATION INQUIRY APPROVED Charges of Manipulation Made in the West, BfteM to Ton Bon. awn Nsw Yobk JIimld. VBIllNnm. Miff.li R rrh II TELEPHONE CO. NET EARNINGS RISE" PVANCES SHARPLY Ilntcs Sonr ns Shipments UU1U X I "ill iiuiuuu a Nonr. SOJIK DOUBTS EXPRESSJED .irgcntlna to Oct Moro Tlinri $22,500,000 in Gold From United States. Moro than one local banking houso re ttlyti word yesterday that Bold from TJuropo I" now on 'ls W to New York, atnlidesplte tho scepticism expressed In ftrtRln brokerage circles regarding. the. newa that u large gold Import, move meat, wan about to bo Inaugurated, 'tho premium 011 gold and silver In London was, reduced and the rise In sterling. francs, Belgian franca and lire, as ex. pressed In terms of the dollar, bordered en the sensational. As scheduled, approximately 922,500.- MOiof gold was withdrawn from the EuWrcnsury for shipment to Argentina and Cejlon, the latter get...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

tl ifl H. r 14. TEfi SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. 1 IV,. ft. ' SECURITIES IN CURB. MOVE IRREGULARLY Early Advances IDst in Spite I of Substantial Bailies in ,' Several Ipsucs. Die upward swing of prices was re turned yesterday morning In tho curb market, but It mot with stiff opposition In the later trading, dood advances were made In nearly all Important stocks In tho first few minutes of trading, but n heavy bear drive quickly wiped out the advances. During tho rest of tao ses sion prices moved In nn Irregular man ner, sentiment was divided nmi. al though substantial rallies occurred In several Issues, further selling In other quarters resulted In further losses. The important feature of the trading was General Asphalt After opening a few points higher It was subjected to pressure, but good buying later devel oped and It closed near the top. j Homer stocks generally were lower, although It was reported that another gusher had been brought In in thBt field by S...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERAtD, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. M4 16 ..iimnn trr w vsar-rtOTT-i disputes mm SOLDIERS' RELIEF llonso Committee's Efforts, to Formulate ProfframTao Faco 3 Complications. , BIYALHIES ABE INJECTED lenders of Two Ex-Scrvico Or ganizations Havo C6ntro. ' vcrsy ut Hearing. 1Vabihnoton, Starch B, Efforts of tho House Ways and Mean committee to formulate a soldiers' relief programme vj v.w complicated again to-day by con flicting views of witnesses and Injection el the rivalries between various former told le r organizations Into tlieWiearlnn. The coinmltteo devoid much time to llstenlns to a controversy between former borvlco men,, 8. Lovenboln, chair man of the Rank and Fllo Association, nnd Msrvln Gate Bjjerry, national presi dent of tho Private Soldiers and Sailors Legion. Lovenbeln, answering a ques tion of Hepresentaflva Kltchln (N, C) concerning "phony rumors" that Loven 11 n was a .Socialist and a Communist, retorted that Sperr'y "Is controlled by Henry U. Mart...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

m KIWI 16 -m? THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. SHIPPING NJEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD is IE I few CONTRACTS SIGNED TO BUILD BIG PIERS Start of 9100,000,000 Harbor Improvement Is Begun AVitk Qtuten Island. HCDSON ttlVEIt FOLLOWS $0,730,000 Initial Expenso Is Ordered Docks Heady in Eight Moiftlis. The Intended 1100.000,000 development and Improvement of ,New York harbor actually cot under way yeaterday. Contracts, were signed amounting to J6.7J8.000 for the. construction of tha first Blx of twelve creat municipally owned plers on Staten Island at a cost of J18.000.QOO. The Board or Estimate approved the forms of contracts, plans and specifica tions for the remaining six piers of the Stiten lulaml project, and Murray Hulbert, Commissioner of Docks and Ferries, announced that bids for neces sarV dredging will be opened March IS. The Harbor Line Itoard completed Its hearing upon the request of the Sink Ins Fund Commission for permission to extend the pierhead lin...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERAIiD, SATORD&y, .MARCH S, 1920. H!iWilim)Hl'jllMJlCHIUII'll'V'at II' mum a IJjclimond County Grand Jury Also Has BonWl-.of Eati mnto in Mind1. PKOllB S'JIOOTGP CABS nxo Uncle iFrpm OPnJiuBcacli Just in Time to Gotlnto Llttlo Fight. Mot Mayor Hylan filone, but tlte1 whole BoArd of Estimate rind Apportionment of the clt- of Wew Yorc,.,js.jvcll, etand to.day l!i moroor less .peril o -Indlct- .,.n hv the Grand Jury -of IUchmond " - - - - - - ... iAiniiiif .jmrf.inA .nnrn .nervine 5,000 Wanders I.wwe tStouped running ind Mnyor Jlylan's buses ar6 a poor FUbatltute. Biit Indicting Is .expensive, to the Grand Jury would llko tue-Boord Pf intimate nnd Apportionment pf tho dty pf New YorI f vl if 2t000 to do fray tlio Grand Jury's oxpensoa while Investigating tho nforpwUd 7board. District Attorney Joseph ;ltfaloy -of rtlchmond county tuslicd tho Board of Kstlnutc yesterday to vote the.J2.000 to 1 finance the Grand Jury, and -that re vest brought from .Mayor Hylan, ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

a urn ; ,.Trairraa.ji safe-w.gCTSC7s THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 1920. flK If IF fr it I . r juBTrg, nnwi ( "SAL"- - r-'- .At. KSTATK AT ACcnoN . Kg' AJ?. rA AyCTIOK. . . J n BMt WTATO AT ACCTOIfc w T gTYBiUCTATg. r . . ' C'TT BE tSTATg. I CT P."1? .T j ' AtotrtJe CMy. lT -.- "Silli t. V Sl,ulItaduUfX,' AbcTt BJth iU-ath At. to Worth BUrr. I Alf . Wh Bl-J.h At. to y.rth BUrr. 1 rt Hirer to North Blrer. ! t . Ti 1 ; " ' "' . ni r HOTEL CHELSEA Occupying eallro bloek of ocean front In the raitilooable ChrUra section. JJ bedchambers wltn curat tlalhs ifresh and sra water), tilth clan or ih.atra, afe. frill, Ac. Freaeh cnsfa. Coif prlvllegsc Autos mm trains. Booklet, Open all year. J. D. THOMPSON CO. OCEAN FRONT FIREPROO? Unusually attsacllrv eta-In.- Winter aal Ear.y Sprliw Season. Lcmriru looblei and restful ton parlors Chirm lot axlsf. noon xacairales with complimentary t servke. asd evening nwrrrts. A piiatUl irsidtnre for tboxj seeking rest and rrcrei llon. fx w...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

THE SUN AND YORK HERALD, SATURpAY, MARCH 6, 1920. . is II -' 1 1 toe 111 i'. TSSSiBJSSiSJSLSZ FOR SALE FABRICATING PLANT I Newly Built With 700 Feet of Suitable) for Machinery, Engine or Bollor Manufacturing 30,000 SQUARE FEET, 3 Acres of Land BROOKLYN Traveling Crane In Building. Boom Crane for-Handling Shipments. ...-H c ii n Immediate Possession. II ill Sell as a doing Unit or Sell Plant and Eiuipmnt Stparalehj CROSS &BR0WN 18 Eatt 41 St., New York COMPANY business places to let. ITom Hattery to Hill St., Inclusive. Two Connecting Floors 14,000 Square Feet 6f the finest office space in lower New York available at 'once. p?Mu.c?nsists ot two entire floors (7.000 .Ft. each) Splendidly. located modern 23 story building Also have basement store particularly suitable for restaurant. Desirable Offices Ready May 1st. 150 Nassau Street Apply to agent on premises or your own broker. ' 11 :! i I M I t Abort Mth 8t. to 09IH St. flndnilve), Eatt River to North River. FOR RENT FLOORS OFFI...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 March 1920

f 1 III. I I us- it 20 4 l THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 6, lbO. ; PERSONALS, ! tin. ALTE.VDORK A frUnd wishing to rtturn roadal requests your addreas. lUTeralda Drive. Apartment H. ' MAIVTIN, BRENNAX. Deeeaeed. Information wanted a to the whera atout of JOHN IIHENNAN and MICHAEL SREX.VAN. fermtrlr of Skahana. County Kilkenny. Ireland, or. It they at dead. I ho namea and addrtsaea of the wldowa and eblldran (If any) of eaeh of them, i Thty. or aoma of them, are entltld to ho iihu of abovo deceased, "MICIIACu BUGQEY. Solicitor. Kilkenny. Ireland. tUlIl, I'AItTlKS AUK DUK IIUIIK NKXT week; 11b carefcl; iiavk knoaoed attorney tor, tooj cannot find toi'j ooumunicatb with mr as revork! lut Ware op intriocbas" parties auk host dml'erate. u u.. kji 8cn-iiru- QUEEN 'm rjttu UMh.r Tnniini.s'- ibw home. AUNT MAIIV. LOST A'ND FOUND. LOST Often Jewel lot. nam Heleu U. Web ster on lop. left In Ford Uikab Frldsr. i:sa i: 11.. color from Mth t. to l'enusrl. tenia Station; eontaloed ...

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

WEATHER FORECAST. Fair and continued cold to-day and to morrow; strong northwest winds, dimin ishing by to-night. Highest temperature yesterday, 34; lowest, 13. Detailed westher reports will U found' on paio 21,' A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preserves the best traditions of each. In combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVn.NO. 189 DAILY. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920 - ggSft &ftSgff t,, t. 96 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS MMtf rcEff- GALE AND SNOW CAUSE BIG WRECK OF TREATY IS NEAR; ARTICLE X. THE OBSTACLE; WILSON ADMITS NO CHANGE FLOODS AND LOSS OF LIFE; HUNDREDS ARE HOMELESS PLAN BIG STRIKE HERE TO BATTLE RENT EVICTIONS 850,000 Will Ignore All Trade Contracts if Be lief Fails. DANIELS WANTS 69 WARSHIPS IF TREATY IS LOST $195,300,000 Programme Is, Outlined as Based on Rati fication's Failure. 1 1 'low Brunswick, N. J., Part ly Submerged and Indus tries Are Halted. 200 FAMIL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

-'8V- i. ,'i m f I: W If" 16 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, .1920. how and rrew would havft'to provide the rnoney, tut unlets we make a cpeclflo declara tion we would be morally bound to meet whatever demand were made on ua." Senator Kollogir (Minn.) moved an Mncndment to provide that the United States ihould bo obligated to pay It Proportionate share of the salary of the Kecretarygeneral and his offlco force. Thle, be aald would bo a different mat- ten tha numeroiiH Inturnnttnnal bureaus imeiy to aoveiop under the league would "Jor-uea Jiaroora, which recently J&J'&ZtUGHT ON ARMENIA ASKED BY SENATE Wadaworth Renews Request for Harbord'a Report. WAaiimoTON, March C The Senate renewed to-day Its request to President Wilson that It be furnished a copy of tlio roport of the commission under not bo Included by It. Senator Smith (Go.) was for a res ervation on the subject "It will be al together too eaay," he said, "to create commission and too hard to end them. Wo...

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

pjns ,(, , , v - oh THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 192Q, IfDnTQUWm RI7NT7W ...m TTTIATLT TmTT V M1 I ViAK IMA flflLMD : u AT rs MATURITY 'Daily News Says Low Ex change Works Its Own Cure. Londok, March 6. Financial (editors of london morning newspapers discuss reports dt an Impending shipment of ' Bold to New York, and most of them jcon :r In saying thcro is not gold enough available hero for th nnnmnt TANCE IS OBDEItED Sl-T!!! vo that could be shipped, would "not be suf ficient to affect exchange conditions. Opinion Is expressed by the financial expert of the London Timet that the rise In sterling may bo readily explained by the decision, trcpay the Anglo-French loan, and a. freer disposition on the part of American houses having knowledge of that decision to nurchasA Ktnrllnir tw. March 6. The Bolshevlkl bills. . Vive be run ft hew attack on Finland, the The financial editor of tho Daily News us nt Sutjcrvi Attacked After Heavy Artillery Uombnrdment. Pllssdnsr Votes...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, . SUNDAY , MARCH 7, 1920. 44- STRIKE IN PORTUGrAL Cabinet Resigns. Wlion Cham ber of Deputies Itcfusos Vote of Confidence, SILVA TAKES THE HELM Crisis Duo to Refusal to Coun tenance "Walkout of Tublic Servico Employees. Sputa! Cable Utipntch to Tns Sex and Nsw Yokk HmilD. Copvrla'il, 1X0. by Tus Six AND KtW JOSS 1UBALU. Pawb. March 6. Hcporls rcnclilns Paris from the rortURUesn bonier nrc to the effect that all employees of tho Portuguese Civil Service havo gone on ftrlko following the rvulirnatlon of the Cabinet after tho defeat of tho Govern ment on a vote of confidence In the Chamber of Deputies. Heporta say that .'the strlko has paralyzed tho railway nnd Ult graph aervlco and all malls are held up. Klntr Manuel, who was overthrown nnd the republic established In October, 1S10 was reported to be at Monte, Carlo. . In diplomatic circled hero It' was de clared that It was Bafo to wager even money that Portugal would bn either monarchist or Bolshevist In...

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