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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

THE SUN ANTD NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 192C. V 5 1 ;i i i 111 r ' ' ' ' - - ' Embracing Et)em D III I s ON MONDAY ISS4 ' ' SPRING SALES n ie Annual Spring Sales Women's Fashionable Spring Suits 59.00 regularly 85.00 Here is every woman's opportunity to secure a really unusual, distinctive suit perfect in line, highly fashion able and faultlessly tailored-for many dollars less than one would ordinarily have to pay. These Suits would readily sell for 85.00. They have been marked at very little above cost to us as a feature of our Annual Spring Sales. They are fashioned of the finest quality Navy Blue Tricotine, beautifully braid trimmed, lined throughout with Fancy Silk; - In the Annual Spring Sales New Dress Trimmings at Lower Prices Embroidered Georgette Flouncings; regularly 7.75, yard, 5.25 Bands to match regularly 2.75, yard, 2.00 Beaded Georgette Flouncings regularly 12.75, yard 9.75 Eton Jackets made of Lasse braid in beautiful embroidered design. Special each, 13.75 Pe...

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. — 7 March 1920

I ,4 I I: J-'.i.- . fr. if if - fl--.-: , 1 ft I 1 v 4 2 liKlV. urn I s fv ' ft i I 1 A. J' TOME&AJOKE, MEN BY REPORTERS City Hall Writers nt Banquet Itorcal Mystery of Why Ire land Loves Hizzoncr. PAL WILLIE' BOBS UP TOO Chief Toddles In to Laugh at Headlines Saying "Murphy Must Go." "Why do they think so much of Mayor Hylan In Ireland?" "For tho llfo of me, Mr. Bones, I can't tell. Why do they?" "I supposo It's because ho's never been there." This Is a fair sample of the sort of thing that went on for hou. after hour nt the Hotel Astor last night. Tho As sociation of City Hall Reporters was having Its annual dinner. Its members nro earnest young men who take politics ccrlously most of the time, but find re , lief onco a year ,by "burlesquing every body and everything that's solid and dlgnlfled or thinks It Is. Their home made show has grow,n to be the most elaborate of political satires, not ex cepting the explosions of tho Gridiron Club and tho Amen Corner. The number of gues...

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

1U, VV.Hifi.jl ft DIRECTORS LOWERS . i jl&istcr Decider In Favor of Pablishlnfir Sodoty In Ao-. tlon Over Control. Boston, March trustees ot tho Christian Bclencft Publlshtn Society osr not bo controllefl y tho directors cf the Mother Church, tho First Church ct Christ, Scientist, In tho opinion or Judff. Frederic Dodcre. whoso finding nB master In tho Christian Science suits wis Died with tho Suprorao Judicial Court of the Stato to-day, Tho master Unds also that tho" directors had no 1ecal right to remove John V. Dlttemoro from their own board or Lamont Rowlands from the board of trustees. ThA nrlirlnal draft of th mftfrtr fln. jcjb was prepared two months ago and THE SIJN. AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. since i then counsel tor tho directors has sousht to reopen the cam so far as It .yiectd Mr, l?tttemoro and also to have tho findings amended. These requests were refused. "Tho trust deed ot i89S. tho master says, roferrlns to- the deed creating the publishing soci...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

mmmmmmmmmm 1W THE , SUN AND NEW YORK .HERALD. SUNDAY, MAECH 7, 1920. 8 It 0 I OFAMAFTSrTO luxuriously Furnished Ma chines Hcplnco Fighters Ex hibited Year Ago. ' SALES BEQIN AT OPENING Gen. Mitchell Tells Need of Flying Flolds to Encourngo ' ' Industry. Any ona who thouglit the airplane itt-flR mcrflv a. very uttnclivn ni.n nt (war nnd that the airplane Industry had j Incited away Into nothing when peace ;enme nions reeeivc.ii,, a- rude ahock .yes terday at the opening ot tho Becond annual , Aeronautical Show at tho Boventy.nrst Regiment Armory. Clustered thickly about on tho huge armory floor were airplanes ot every variety and slzo, with only one excep tionthe military machine which was the backbone of lost year's exhibition had entirely fadod away. In Its place Were the many types of civilian aircraft Which havo eprunsr Into tho air since tho slsnlnj? of tho armistice sixteen months ago, the U W. P. freljhtcr, a threo motored "ship" capable of a crew of four men -and 6,000 pounds...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

4 Iff V, THE SUN AND NEfYQRK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH '7, 192a hi ARNSTEIN GIVES UP TO-MORROW, HE SAYS Onco Again tho Eluslvo Bond t Hot Suspect Promises id Bcturn. . ( TBAILING HAD VEXiSD HIM ""Temperament" ProVcnted "Nicky" Coming In When . Police Wcro on Chase. "Nicky' Arnsteln'a oft-postponed ap pearance In tho Court of General Seas-Ions will tako placo to-morrow morn ins. That Is. It will If there la not' a catch somewhere In tho information allien William J. Fallon, counsel for Arnsteln, say last night ho had re ceived. True, Mr. Fallon told a waiting world a week ago 'that Kicky would be In court last Monday, but' to-morrow it may come true. Just what word ho received yesterday that made him confldent that Nicky nt last is ready to surrender Mr. Fallon would not divulge. It is believed, how ever, that it was contained in a tele phono messago from Eugene F. McGee, law partner of Mr. Fallon, who. with threo detectives, have been on the "trail" of Arnsteln for the last two weeks. O...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

TO'-. 10 f''C ' S THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAj MARCH 1920. if it '4 m JIM SMITH GOES ON HEW TRAIL OF YICE After Seeing Manicure Annie Hones to Expand List of 500 Resorts to 2,000. BNBIGHT SENDS LETTERS TVallstcin Asks -Why Officer .Convicted of Attack on Citizen Is Retained. Every time Jolly Jim Smith, most amiable or Assistant District A:torhe, sends up a new pmk "balloon to tndle.te progress In bis pursuit of the Vice. Trust, Dead Shot Dick Enrlght, thu earless rollce Commissioner, gets out Mr air rifle and tries to puncture the pretty toy with a fusillade of bullet shaped like question marks. This Is highly discon certing, for what's the use of discover ing Hrooklyn Jnclt. the Man with the Black Bap, as Jim Smith dM yererday, and releasing a signal balloon ot the iipot where the villain crossed tte bridge nt midnight If Dick Enrlght Is coin to como along, as he is likely to do ta-ttcy, and want to knqw whether the footprints on Ihe bridge or really Brooklyn Jack's or merel...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

r n cedric in Crash in RIVER; DELAYS TRIP Sir H. Cunliffo-Owcn and Few Others Whfsked Aboard' tlio Oarmanla. THE SUN AND NEW YORK! HERALD, SUNDAY, , MARCH 7, 1920. Sir H. Cunllffe-Owen, president ot the American Tobacco Cornpanx, of Entr fond, Lail' CunllTe-Owcn, four otyor bln passenger anil ecveral steerage raJnenBers and about twenty pieces of luKEaBO wcro whisked off .tlio Whlto tar Uncr Ccdrlo yesterday wheir that t ,P put back to her pier with a broken rudder and nwhed over to tha Cunard line pier In taxtcabs In time to catch i the Carinania jur uiverixrau uuior pua tensers were not so fortunate. Aftpr examination of, tho Cedrlc' damages It was oald eho will bo held up at least three weeks, l will be next to Impossible to find accommodations for the 121 cabin and 92 second class pas- on?s 0R anr othcr h'salllng within mat time, Tha Codrlo left her pier at noon. As she was badtlntr out Into tha river sho was rammed by a New Yqrk Central car float. With her steering genr out of ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOflK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. 12 r STORM CAUSES BIG FLOODS; LIVES LOST Continued from Pint Page. orlogs wcro out of nervlco because their approaches wcro ubmerged. uiizaDoin kaus. 11 years old, was blown Into tha stream from tho Rahway nvenuo onasro at woodbrldee. "Yeppo" retereon, who lives nearby, plunged into tha Icy water and rescued the child. Newark and tho Oranges also felt the stress of the storm. Speaking- for tho Publlo Bervlco Corporation, John L. OToolo, assistant to Thomas N. McCar tor, Its president, satd that twenty-two or the tnirty-two trolley lines of tho company In tho Essex division, which comprises Newark .and vicinity, wcro put out of commission, whllo twenty nine feed wires were down. This," said he, "Is tha worst storm In the company's history. Wo have never before had so many feed wires down at one time, water has frozen In the switches and lco has formed over our tracks, causing cars to Jump the rails." Tho company on Friday night sup...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

THE SUN rAND NEW YORK HER'ALP, " SUNDAY, MABCH 7, 192Q. 4 13 ft 7WILLI0H EVERY O fflOHlit HELP -nnircil to Stabilize Exbliancro. London lioj'qi;ts. ,W "v I Ml A , ' . iu.ff()fffaJ ra4', QttpaicA to Tnt Sen aSd Nw 115" Hiuu, CerfoAl, UM.'tV Tn So iB-fim Nv Yodk Hsiuto. "Xo.vdon, March 6. The- Infllan Gov internment withdrew yostcrd&y frog iho iuoU. market, anil It Is posalbHj.that be-tv-wcen now and; 'tho duo date- of the ;'W3felo-!Frcncn loan considerable of this -rnciai win ouanipptm ciuht "Hi new iYok city Or 'to South, America. Tho lirefiuroptlon hero Is that most of tho product of tho South African mines will ko to America, but whether this will ""nftWunt to $250,000,000 Is not known here. Even If It did, It would not have "'mure than a slight effpet on sterling, be- emiso It would recmlro Jl.000,000,000 In Kohl every thrco months to take up Eu rope's unfavorable trado balance iln America, JTJio oxchango rato eased off to-day, tending to confirm tho belief of bank- .? hero t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

,Tu."' I 14 THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1020. iT". ' Miss Eva Stewart Is the Bride of Mr. H.W.Shaffer ''.Daughter of Mr." and Mrs. Percy Hamilton Stownrt Has Church- Weftling. f'. 7 0l Madl80n AVenus Presbyterian i? 'Church yesterday afternoon Mira Rvi chrnn, Stewart, (laughter of Mr. and Jfrn. I'ercy' Hamilton Stewart of 903 lark avenue, was married to Mr. Harvey Wallace Shaffer. The church waa doc orated with white and yellow spring Dowers, and In the chancel wera tall palms brought from the royal green- houses In Brussels 'ftntrttim. rlnatcrn f white roses marked tho pows In the mid. 'die aisle. i''B!t " Thn TIav. rr. TTnnrv OI.an nmn pastor of tho church, performed the cere mony. Tho bride; who was given away by her father, woro a cown of whlto oatln covered with tulle, which was em broidered with seed pearls, and a lone court train falling from tho shoulders j was emDoiiisncu wim clusters of orange blossoms, mo bridal bouquet was of White lilacs and lilies of...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

iw.k m ,.',i,.S:LliiAii . ..,,.'!,r,'.iiA. ,A'aiil...Mutl'A., ':,t . 7,.,!Ji'.V . , ' ! - - - ' l THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. ie? ; j is ALICE JOYCE, FILM STAR, AND ; JAMES B. REGAN, JR., MARRIED 'Son of Knickerbocker Hotel Proprietor Marries Screen ' Actress. ' ,jn the Church of the Holy Innocents yesterday morning Mlsa Allco Joyce, a i motion picture star, was married to Mr. James B. Regan, Jr only son of Mr. ( James D. Regan, proprietor of the a Knickerbocker Jlotol, and Mrs. Regan. News of tho weddlnir came as a com plete surprise, for no announcement of Hie engagement had been made. Not bo much as an Inkling of the fact that tho popular screen star was contemplating; ' romance In real life had reached theatrical and plcturo circles', nnd fow knew oven that she and Mr. Regan were friends. After the ceremony tho brldo- " room's father mado It known that ho wII pass on to his son tho management of the Knickerbocker, the young man , having left the army afte...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

1 10 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 1 ?, 1920. 4 AltT BALES. PREPARATORY SCHOOLS, COLLEGES AND ACADEMIES .at est News of the Life and Spirit Within Academic Walls I N response to the Interest In the occult, psychic and gupematural Wl'i i which has becomo widespread In : mo paai lew monuis a series or eight ' lectures on "Psychical Cults and Sys terns. Past and Present," U now belnc ,' Riven by the department of philosophy t. i and psycholocy or the University of Wls- j The lectures are belns delivered by iTot. josepn jasirow, who has spoken several times recently on the varied at tempts to solve Interesting problems by meuioas ouuiae ine pale or accredited J'Hclenco and the tendency to credit such loolutlons, which he considers quite as tin! ... -1 .. 1 1 . I i tihvivavitib iu wn: ouiuiiuna uicrnaeives, l Itc lectures are open to the public. THE CHOATE SCHOOL , The Cboate School In Boston, under two other names, has had a lone and honorable history. Aa the Oilman School ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

44 17 During March, April and May of 1920 " " -it t l" i t ' AMER ART ASSOCIATION THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. ABI1 riALKU, I AltTHAT.ua I - An MAM. I . ART HALE. I ART HALM. I ART SAX.KS. AltT HALES, I ; BATjKB. ' I MM II W . III III ICAN '' . ' V ji i . iii1 Ij I To morrow (Monday) , and Tuesday Evenings, March 8th and 9th, at 8:15 o'clock At the AMERICAN ART GALLERIES Madison Square South concluding This Wednesday Evening, March 10th, at 8.;15 In the Grand Ball Room of the Plaza Hotel Fifth Avenue, 58th to 59th Street (Admltilon by Card to Be Had Free or the Manaf ers) The Famous Mesdag Collection A Notable Gathering of Paintings, Water Colors, Pastels and Drawings AND THE NUMEROUS ANTIQUE TAPESTRIES & OTHER STUDIO EFFECTS OF THE FAMOUS MODERN DUTCH ARTIST, THE LATE Hendrik Willem Mesdag THE HAGUE, HOLLAND .The Catalogue, which has been prepared or Mr. nana II. Carroll and Illuntrated by Fine Halftone Henro ductlona, will be mailed to applicant! on rece...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

ill " 1 111 till BILL! IS o KRAMER RIDES FAST ON GARDEN TRACK tVotcran Sprint Cyclist iieafs Arthur Spencer Two Heats, Out of Three. All doubts about tbo populiirlty of tit' oor cyclo racing In New York were bav lahed last night when a ect pf sprlnta catblogued as championships Ktro held In Madison Square Garden. Aw at the 1 nrellmlnarlcs of tho six day etfent last ".((December, tha ble bulldlnc wflfl crammed if, ;wlth excited fans. Every neat was oc- - mplea, the nisies ana galleries were crowded and At least a thousand stood in the arena. To the maieagers the meeting upoke Volumes. It told them that Its sl:t day taoo, which begins nt midnight, will bo A success from a Onanctal point of view. To tbo crowd It forecast spirited nlclng during the week. All tho contestant I are entered In thii six day event and all of them looked In the pink of condition and rode as well im they ever did before. The first eicnt of the night wtw a handicap nt two-thirds of a mlUi for amateurs. It went t...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

THE SN AN? NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920,, 19 ' V ,, Anniversary Special White Enamel Bed. Ret. jtfifl 12.98 Anniversary Sale of Bed Room Suits Heavy continuous posts, best baed While Enamel All sizes. S42.VS Enamel.., .... $26.24 37.50 Brass 29.49 49.S0 Ivory Wood 39.50 49.00 Ivory Wood 29.49 1J0.00 Mahogany 89.67 ''S . ' j Th$ Greatest Sale in the History of the Furniture Business Saves You From . 20 Per Cent to 33 Per Cent The enthusiastic crowds in our three great stores have broken all records. The unprecedented bargains in the face of the recent advances in wholesale prices have filled our stores to capacity with eager buyers. Hundreds of new bargains carloads delayed by the storm have been added to this sale. Perhaps never again will good furniture be offered at such low prices. If you intend buying furniture this year BUY NOW. $1,087,000 of High Grade Furniture and Rugs'for $823,00036 great departments, each offering its share of sale specials 1,697 Period Suits for...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

IDIl-J v i . gtt 20 THE SUN AND NEW YOKK HERALD, SUiNaJAX, MAKUrl V, WW. 1 1 SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD I j : : ' 24 SHIPS AT SEA CROWDED AS STEAMSHIPS MUM) WEST ( I I imfy X dk AJ 'Vi j 'r"? shown bt even numbers; N4DM71W AWHANWifC QxCEM? kjmvm p) M W j-- j STEAMSHIPS- B0UXO EAST V iSSCT' xtcJ& 0 A S SHOWN BY ODD NUMBERS. 7r rW8 M' YT 1 i 'S!iSf"tfV; : s 1 Mfr7?p 1 J ybl . . 0' SUrajterl ) 7T wwmif 4 i I iP?T Bermuda cNf X AF-RlA 'lOTEfe, UIJ i T)ittw In nautical railcs os usual steamer tuck from Ambro Channels-Sable Island, fet: Nantneket (SontH Shoal) tlbtsbip, tM, Mantras (Diaraond SWJ) li-Mi-lp. ijo. l . Dliirtecn Vessels of Fleet Arc jBound East Four Ply the ! American Flag. Twenty-four steamships. Including set ral of ths nlost palatial and the nwlft ct afloat, are shown on the chart to day, fourteen bound for Europe and 'l,bven headed for thli port. The Stars and Stripes fly over only four In the fljet. Including the American liner St. I'aul (E-J), tempora...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920, 21 SHIPPING IMS. Continued from Preceding, rage. flanuco. to. either .tessel. Both renel) ire onnfJ br tlio BhlpnlD iloard, Str CMrhi (Br), xvhsn letting ht pier en the fJortb niver. yesterday for Liverpool, was iti eorerHl with her rudder broken. The . Tcssel will he delsyed a low due until repairs iro utile. Aerordlns to advices received tier yesterday tr Mlrerbrook. which left New l'ork yesterday for Tujimm. It returning with altering mar damaged. Str Uko Farley, bound to Norfolk from Pulls, ildphls, (rounded in Uehirtre Itlier, lru ru fUated yesterday n-jthout apparent dammg and ti proceeding to Norfolk. .str Martodak. bound to Fblladelnlil from Hlhrslter, before reiwrted aground at nehobotli liojr, w refloated with aiilstancs of u S tr Knaie 32. Tu Vsany Baker sink oft Greentllle. NJ, Hsrco West 1'eint dragced anchor and went ashore during; the storm Friday night oft GOlh ctreet, Hrookljn. LONDON. Hareb 0-8tr Glonorcliy Wrt, N...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

on . THR RTTM A Nil NKW Yl IKK HKK.AI.II. HIJN1JAY. JVIAKIjH Y. After a mornings shopping, ichy search the crotcdtd streets for a restaurant? Take an eletator to the Eighth Floor, where you uill find a cuisine to suit all iasles. coupled uith fS&XS tttll-knoun standards of Qualily-Sereice and Lotcest-in-the-city prices. After luncheon resume your shopping dotcn stairs. Store Hours 9 to 530. Have You Paid Your Income Tax? You hoot until March 15th b file a report. Dally from 9:30 la 5:30 an expert from the Office of .the Internal Retenue Collector trill be on the Main Floor Balcony, 35th Street tide, ready to help you malp out your report Store Hours 9 to 530. Herald Square New York ;rjara ItciUurant, Eighth Floor: (7 ii ji i It,. El , if, B Our Distinctive Tailleur in Hand-Finished Suits for Women The woman who, insists upon a custom-made suit will find satisfaction in these models that feature this season's snug neck, narrow shoulders and tight sleeves. Hand-tailored detail yet...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

I ...... j . L ... ii ft. A -w tin Late News Editorial Financial Ml' YORK HERALD NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. xftww.imh owwiim, ill1 m mm u .v v nr iru ut iim ib an ami mm mm 1 w m a-t i tt t ninBB. sns s-vn h TO MAN TALK IPS SCORNFUL f: MO IN PARIS I' American Women Thoro Call tho "Treat Em Bough" Dictum Rubbish. THINK IBANEZ , CONFUSED (South Americans Might liko Domination, But Northern ers Novor, Thoy Say. Iptdal Cable Detpateh to tan Sun and New Ton Herald. Copyright, 1930, by Tui Sum and New Yosr Htsii.n. Paris, March reputed Inter view with Blasco Ibancz In which ho was quoted as saying that American women tiro of men who tow and scrapo to them and prefer to ho treated roughly, has stirred a sensation In Paris, where Senor Ibanez Is said to have asserted that a group of Ameri can women with whom ho was dining confided to him that they liked to bo dominated. x ' If tho comment of American women hero now in a criterion, Senor Ibancz will never again have a chanco to dlno al...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

mi ft. IV. St! TIT-BITS' PAST nnnTHWRl?i tJyJJJLLL UUUXX IN ITS HISTORY tt . - V CCluV ITiimous BrltiBli . Comic Paper Fortune for Its Founder. XBD TO HOUSE OF LORDS "First Shop From Which Many a Journalist Gradnatcd With Honors. Special Cormpondencs to Tan Bvx asd Nsw York 1Uuu. "'London, Feb. J4. "A. clever young Jpurnnllst," known as Alfred IlHrma iorth, was only one of many earlier, and Jiow famous, contributors to Tit-Bits, a Cheap Weekly comic paper which has Veen described truly enough as the "blg fecst gold mine In newspaper history." fit-Bits Is celebrating lts2,000 birth-May- this week. J Started on a capital of only a thou sand dollars thirty-nine years ago, the taper was to prove the first "shop of Jnany n famous British Journalist and Jiewspaper proprietor. It was from Tit 5JH that that "young Mr. Harmsworth fcalned the Inspiration which was to fead him to found, the Colly Mall, to the foroprletorslilp of the Times and many father publications, and to his elevation lo t...

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