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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

i i V"- THE SOT AND SW YPK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 1, 1920. FROM 'INFERIORITY! Counsel Says It Is tlio Consti tutional Psycopatlilc Kind and Brand Now. (7 , Police Guiding Traffic From Tower. M1S0NER IS INDUCEMENT Draft Board Chairman Testi fies About Desertion of Philadelphia Youth. Gracing tho list or odd dofencos In American Jurisprudence ouch aa tho ' "dementia Americana" or 'Vain storm" of Harry Thaw's trial and tho "hyper) thyrosis" or Mrs. manca Do Saulloa's c3C, the defenco for Grover Cleveland Bergdoll sprang a new ono yostorday when mo courimaruai or tlio young rhlladclphlan on thd charge, of desertion was rcsumod at Governor's Island. "Constitutional pnycopathlo Inferior ity" li tho nowly colnod disease and Grover Cleveland Bergdoll has It. His counsel' disclosed tills when tho report wis being read of tho medical examina tion which held that the young man was tine. Harry Weinberger, attorney for Bergdoll, Interpolated tho Information that cvldenco of two noted alienists. D...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

1 1 2 AND NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED 1888-1833, jfBW TOMC SUNDAY. MARCH T. 1020. THIS BUN-HERALD COHPOIIATION, publishers. 280 Broadway. Frank A. Munaey, P'ejtdeat. Ervln Wardman. Vlet-p-eeldouti wm. nawart Vice-president and Treasurer; jr. Tlthorlnston, Hecrstary. wnwSHTANn PftfCKS. Polly, two- cents a MM In Ne TprU tit ana iuuuiu mm v- MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. East of MUslaslppi B. HlVBFl UP! Hi wo y Mill. Po.tpald. Year. Months. Month. DAILY A BUUI.HH. ? - DAILT only. J00 .0 fjUNDAY only........ .00 Wv" add .Ta" year' for aally or dlVd Bunaay eaiuons. FOREIQN BATES. DAILY & 8UNDAT..IM.09 UM P1'Y only. 1J0O -M SUNDAY only. 0.78 0.12 .11 check, money orders. Aa, mu pUJuo to Tho Bun-Htrald. ll.lt LBO .80 to he European Edition. Published In Parle every day In the year. Vile In Parla-28 centimes, dally and PAHIS OFFICE, 40" AVENUE DE Information concerning advertising rtu Tor W yurpcn nuiiiuii ii"7 mm xrom me main ufk uwv. tUU4 to th um for republication of al nawi despatches credi...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

tim si WILSON A FAILURE, WRITES DR. DILLON i : British Mllclst Says That His Xoagucf Covenant Eomains OnlyaSholl. YIELBBD ON ALL POINTS (Freedom of Sons, Shantung and Other Vital Clauses Given Dp for Uncertainty. Europe's uncomfortable, even threat ening Btate to-day Is due to the mis takes of Woodrow Wilson and David Lloyd George, and. to the American President m6ro than to the British Pre? mler. Dominating the Peace Confer ence In Paris, these two brought about 1 n pence treaty that brings no peace and pedlnt. knelled the political world back a League of Nations that Is a shadow, to the unretrenerato days of strategical These are the opinions of Dr. E. J. Dll- 'rentiers, secret alliances, military prep Ion, well known British student of and arat,ons. financial burdens and the bal vnrlter on International affairs, who re- am ot wer. On that day, his grasp ported the Poaco Conference for English ?? ,.u,,e .janner relaxing. It fell, to be and American newspapers and has pub- P j,1 b-...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

2 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SU MARCH, 7, 1920. i I ,r ! 1 lb I MundVA Rogers & I :Stackpole II I j ,: R j St cka j ,B o n d s I .,. Cotton a Grain I !'i . U Members i 'N. Y...5ibjfc Exchange N. Y. Cotton Exchange Chtcagd.Board of Trade ? 25 Broad St. j. Qptown Office !6 Vanifcrbilt Ave. Foreign: Exchange, Securities & Currency Special 'Analytical Circutdr.Gpon request. E. W. Wagner & Co. JSatalUthtd 1837, CAtcaoo f A. 1. Sfpcfc EicAano. Mtmbers x- Y. Coffon ErcAaiine ( CAfcngo Board o frod 33 New Street fe) New York Branohct IS J.w; at( 441 Si. iail v. & 42d St. MiWtttBldBt. !8 Court St.. Dklv. .Members (Newark Slock Exchancji) SccuriticsBrJught for In vestment? or Carried on Conservative Margin 520BRQAWAtf rmch. Offices 212 FIFTH AVENUE ' SW.C0H.26-STRIir ION(?ACREBUIIJDING N.CXOR.42'4 ST. A-ERCLAOVAV; UEWTVDRK. Cologne rWe own and offer, subject to prior sale , One Million Marks at $14.50 per 1,000 Marks Interim Receipts of a New York National Bank will be deliv...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

1 v i THE SDN ad'NEJW YORK SUNDAY, MAECtt 'W&O. . , w ' H to Invest $5,000 to $10,000 In periods of uncertainty In veatora feel most in need of con servative advice. For Invejtmcnt of the above amounts, the FINANCIAL WORLD submits various attractive groupings of carefully chosen securities. These lists, Independently selected, are worth considering In points of security and maximum yield. ' Severs other valuable features in the current issue. Bend for a copy, mailed on request, for 5029. 19 BROADWAY NEW YORK RAILS EQUIPMENTS The current issue of THE RUSKAY REVIEW dis cusses the railroad and equip ment situation and presents some interesting suggestions bearing on the potential profit-making possibilities of these classes of securities. This issue will be of special ' value to those who practice foresight in making their mar v ket commitments. , Will they duplicate the per formance of the industrials in 1010? Send for Circular II. 16 s-s-imsiw&cG. rSTiCBUSJiro 1077 Meatier Qx...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

II 8 8 ' WEST TO SEND BIG FORMER MRS. LEEDS NOT ROYAL PRINCESS ROTARY CLUBS HERE JTlioy Will Bo Big Ifactor in tlio Juno Convention in At lantic City. Brother of King Constantino Bonounccd Succession Be fore' Wedding American. HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7 1920. ' ; OHIO LIKES BOARDWALK Many Prominent Folk From That State Expected Soon at Jersey Resort. Atlanho Citt, March 6. fho West Will liavo largo representation licre at the convention of the International As sociation of Hotary Clubs that Is. to open on Juno 21. Chicago, from present Indications, will havo the largest delega tion and may endeavor to capture tho convention for next year, Cleveland en tered the lists In opposition to Atlantic City last year at the Salt Lake City convention and may make another at tempt at tho June meeting,, for Cleveland has taken Its placo among the nation's convention cities. Many 'cottages In the fashtonablo Chelsea section of this resort and In Ventnor, a cottago city to tlio south, will be occupie...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

THIRD SECTION jj" EIGHT PAGES. , , n"l , Sports -Horses KennelsAutomobile 1 AND THE NEW YORK HE RALD 1 W NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. pwrt,w.imwnfOTMowjmi I. T t L r TEN FENCERS TO BE CHOSEN FOR OLYMPICTEAffl Fencers League to Name Eight and Army and Navy Two. TltYOUT IN TITLE EVENT Nationnl Championship May Bo Extended Over Entiro Week in May. Plans for tho selection of the American Olympic fonclnc team assumed definite shape yesterday at a meeting of the bohrd of governors of tho Amateur Fenc ers' Leaguo of America. The principal action token was a decision to send a team of eight fencers to tho Olympic games. This squad will be augmented by two moro fencers to be selected in dependently by tho Army and Navy au authorities, making a tottal of ten Com petitors. To .ossuro tho selection of the strongest possible team tho A. F. I. A. has decided to permit free entry to tts national championships next May of all amateurs throughout tho country, whether affiliated with the associat...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

tQwiB&IBGKIIKKiKK&KKKEnB&BBBKQIBBIBBKKnBllBKBInttlEAbWInt IsisHIBfflBiisVllisisisisisHJisisaaaall !VIHIKHIHyBH!K!9HH .... h . 8 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1020. I Golfing and Tennis Enthusiasts Still Active in the South Yachtsmen Are Making Ready for Big Race f".pos - - ' t f nm ATJATiiTiJfl Tif t t iiATTi Tiimnn iittattt tv T - 1 v unrein in I n it Fin it tv I imnr twita nmxnn ST. GEORGE'S HILL GOLF DATES SHOULD T T MISS WAGNER MAY ATHLETIC STARS The Challenger and Defenders Under Sail. Stiff golf test BE STANDARDIZED WIK SEVENTH TITLE TO RACE FOR N. Y. U. iLSLii Britons Think Courso Chosen jjf ox Qualifying Hard One Hngon. Championships Should So Held tho Snmo Timo Each Year. Is a Leading Contondcr for Na tional Indoor Tennis Cham pionship Next Week. Many Ono Tlmo Scholastic Winners Will Boprcscnt tho Violet in Games. I 1 HAS NATUBAL HAZAHDS Is Cut Through Pino Woods Knco Deep Heather Lines tho Fairways. oil 11 w nr Kisnn pbtiur. According to Cnpt. C...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

v 1 THE SUN AND NEW YO&K HERADD, SUNDAY, MAKCH 7, 1920. Giants, Yankees and Dodgers Are Hard at Work Training in.Southern Camps for Coming Championship Seaion 1 1 v ' '" ' BJ.C17MTJ ttHMPmiJI 6 Plavers.Who Exnect to Make Good This Season With the Yankees. JIM'GRAW FACES A M'GRAW FACES A BASEBALL BANKROLL STUPENDOUS TEST GONE FAR EMOUGH Its Extravagant Use, if Pcr Bistcd In, Will Make a Class Distinction. Must Solvo His Greatest' lTrolb lorn of 10 Years in Koliablti- tnting Giants. IS GOLDEN OPPORTUNE ERNEST SHORE HOPEFUL Youngsters Havo a Great If Mumps Will Lay Off Him Ho Expects a Rotter Year Than Ho Had Last. Chance to Make Godtlin Infield Positions. . ijjiiii rjf 1 II r WILLIAM n. II ANNA. To tlioso who havo watched with somo apprehension tho trend of the Ions purse baseball clubs of ho major lcauuea to those who love baseball It must have been a relief to read that tho Cincin nati club had no Intention of parting with Kopf and Roush to inaho a deal with tho Giants. Salutary...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

8 THE SUN AND UEW YORK HERAID, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920, Trout Fishing Begins in New Jersey April I and in New York, April 3 News, Views and Gossip of the Kennel World - TROUT TIME BEGINS j APRIL 3 IN NEW YORK Export Tells How to Fish tlio 1 " Stream Using; a Wet Fly. RAISING RUFFED HEW MEN LEADERS IH KENNEL CLUB America to tie staged at tho country place of one of tho members, Also, spurred on perhapn by the hum of activities at other resort nnent doe; shows, thero Is a movement under way to revive tho Monmouth County Kennel Club flxturo that was for many seasons a July event at Long Branch, Tho Ladles Kotincl Association of America has announced June 1 and 2 for Its I Beat "Pcke" at Specialty Show J. W. Stray and Mra. F. B. Ellsworth Show Trophies of Fresh and Salt Waters GROUSE A PROBLEM 'iiir; Conservation CommisBion','Gots Thctadoro Offcrman a Chair man of License Committee With Active Aids. show at Mlneola, but no other details aro given out. The Southampton Kennel , Reports From...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

4 8 Mrs. Fronds P. Garvan's Hackney Pony Flame a Perennial Winner at English and American Horse Shows SADDLE HORSEMEN CONDEMN ALIASES Breeders' Association Acts to 1'rcscrvo Identity of Regis I tercel Show Horses. Fourteen-Year-Old Show Pony Heads the List of Winners ) ' ' s STORY OP THE ROAD DIED WITH WESTON UNION TROTTING ASSOCIATION SOON Now Organization to Bo Ready for Business at Now York Headquarters April 1. Yotcran Horseman Knew All Champion Trotters From Flora Tcmplof to Uhlan. THE SUN AND NEW YORK JTOfljJ), SUNDAY MARCH 7, 19201 I Taklnc cosnltanco of tho pernicious fsshlon for chancing tho nnmcn of rcg Jjterod horses In swell a way as to de stroy their Identity when tihowlntf them tho American Saddlo Horso Dreedcrs' Association, through tta secretary, II. f Tinr,i nf T.nulsvlll. Kv.. hail nub. 'fV III v llshed this comment on uie practice in Vol. VII. of tho "American Saddle HnmA IteKlster." and has set about se curing a list of th aliases for publl- A.tion In tho stud bo...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

.6 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. r lit mm SEW ft II Si I U. S. Marine Corps "Mopping Up" in Hayti. Export Says It Is All Right mid Gives Valuable Sug 1 gestions. Dr 1SDWAIU) II. WAKKKIUtU. When taltlnc an automobile abroad for touring purposes (hero aro four prin cipal matters to attended to. These lire: Transportation, insurance, customs and licenses. AH arrangements for pncklng and transportation of automobiles by sea should bo mado well In advanro of the sailing dato as possible. Suitable ship ping accommodation Is somewhat lim ited, while freight rates are constantly varying. At tho present moment the cost of packing an ordinary large size touring car and embarking It on board ship amounts to approximately $100 In cluding brokerago charges. Atlantic freight rates vary from 65 cents td $1.0$ per cubic foot, according to the weight of the automobnu wnun pucitcd. Tho nvcrnga cost of shipping an orm nary touring car to Kurope may bo said to work out to about $6...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

3 . THE SlkMt)' NEW YOftK hSaLi), gfrNDAV, MARCH 1920. FOR U. S. INJAPAK list uvcicuiiiu i uhuuhcy iu Favor European Cars. Novel Japanese Wrinkle. In 1UMU w " ...... O W V " - - ' IK tttrAAf nttrl mnrfet The advent or trio amomoDiie nai ere- . . . .xViliim at tf M Titnltn M t ,1 i.,.it In tfiA antutlnn a? DUIlUllli-J - - nnA mnAm ro hnlntr htillr AVrv. i Tamn fVirfl.i find Smith Afnn. mMiuova. Tha country roadi ... 4Uwt.,rS tnwn rind vlllftrcM avurv nuaiiim There aro five claases or roade nn rinnni. i ruitrviiu til. u au lui. tw , rnwn. niiu yiiiukv. nu j uwuuai mans run ji nn in navai suiuuiia. yreirc- i" .hiaab nmi rn inn cninr iirwn iiiiriH. 7 Sl.-,. Mltl Mi nlhtp HI Ercuii'Di hm w ...... rnni is i ivv LX!L Mtv nnfl town roads are . . mi mnnp hff llnltfl Which tie up the national ana preieciurm ruuuo tvwnaiturcs on theso roads exceed a...! f ha ri:rrr mi. joaii w :..iiu mfakM certain uio wiuuui wa- ji... within inreo youib u. u-o muvi . nn 1 m Tin r III 1 1 L iieiu lit n Hr!"h,,i...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

. k . .1.' 11 , i 1 f ' 8- .THE SUN, AND jMflVtf XOiiK mHALD, tiUHDAX. MAhOil '(, If; if " t: BIG MORES FOR ADTO EXPORTS .jjoui rasscngcr JJurs. ana Trucks Arc in General De ' mand Abroad. -Yt Gains of 88 ii per cent In pussen ter car exports and 5u per cent In truck shipments over tho year 1918 are vcalcd In tho totals for tlio calendar year 191!), compiled by the National Au tomoblln Chamber nf Cnmnicrrn from the monthlstateincnta of tho Bureau of Foreign and Domestlo Commerce Tho curve of Increase fell oft silently during tiio latter part of tho year, duo to mo exenango situation. Heaviest gains for the American prod ucta wero registered In tho non-car pro' duclna regions, uuch as youth America, the Fir East and Africa. The least progress was to be noted In Europe and Great Britain, whero homo manufactur era compete. Grand totals for the two years are: Trucks. Number. Valuation 191? lO.JM jm.sh.m: 1319 15,47 J5.0W.073 l'asscnger uar. Number. Valuation idis , x.m so.27s.293 1919 6...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

r . r (' r Society fctuMfa Interests SECTION 3 , ' 8 PAIGES ! WmterKesorts Feminine i i NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH' 7, 1920. amrw. mo. tu Bun.nau owiiv AMATEUR COMEDY .CLUB WI LL BUILD ITS OWiSJ THEATRE Hna $270,000 Now Toward 8320,000 Fond for Club and Playhouse. Organization, , Thirty - five Years Old, a Factor in Dra matic Life. WKK j HERALD THE Amateur Comedy Club,, so ciety's leading dramatic organ ization. Is to have a lino now theatre of its own. The club, which has Just passed lt thirty-fifth annlverary, growing more Ttgorous and successful with every season, has nlmot completed a project for building a permanent homo and completely equipped playhouse. Of a fund of $320,000, deemed the minimum necessary for a full provision for the enterprise more than 1370,000 has been quietly and quickly arranged for through subscriptions for second mortgage bonds and a. building loan Less than $50,000 remains to be sub scribed, and It Is expected this will bo qulokly covered among the member...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

nuT 1 1 i IP- THU SlM AND NEW YORlt HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. . WOMEN'S CLUBS PLAN FOR BRILLIANT SPRING SEASON ' i . a ; f . Arranging Afternoon and Usual pjetjngs-Mi-Careme Events Musical Programmes. j, TvACE3 as wen as weddings ; I 1 will crowd tho spring season j and make it unusually brll : llont this year. Many of tho fashion able clubs are arranging afternoon and evening dances following their usual i meetings,, and some of the most prom inent will .concludo their social sea' ' fons with breakfasts clubs like tho Mozart and 'Rubinstein. A spring t$ail and reception will bo given on tho evening of March 27 by , the 'Mid-Winter Dancing Club at the Hqtcl Plaza.' It will be for two of the club's members, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Chambers; who wero'.recently mar rlod. I The -club wlU'have Its regular after- noon dance on Saturday at tho Plata, i Mrs." A. F. Hancock will be the chair- man and tho hospitality committee , will bo composed of Mmes. John Gar ' rett, 3. V. McDougalL Cha...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

3 aa THte SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. Weddings and Engagements of Interest in Social Circles IT I" UwBa ul tfhhwla conditions car u wmanunL Mft TtMssu X MitthoTra f Troy. IT. Tm baa announced th snjaifement 1 tla dmeiiUr, Mlas Ida Frances Mat- iam of ISO D&n street, Brooklyn, to Mr. oaycor Clement Conlon, a oon of Mrs. Eiixabsth Conlon of 191 Park pUco, Un aaaMm IWbert It Haywood of Ml wott 10ia street have mads formal announcement of the enpirement of their daogbter, Mls Dorothy Frances Hartrood, to Mr. Ferdinand Meyer, son cc Dir. ana Mrs. ir.A. jueyer or Roland Park, Baltimore, Md. lie Is a student at Johns Hopkins, from which he will be graanatea next Juno. ' Mr, and Mrs. Alanson Blirelow Honffc.- tera of Corning, N. Y announce the en jacoment of their daughter, Miss Elea nor wioK&am Houghton, to Mr. Glenn Walker Cole. Mr. Cole In 1916 left Coo nell and served as a lieutenant In the' 108th (Machine Qua Battalion for two yean in irranoe. Urn. Addition...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

TEE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. WASHINGTON CHANGES Diplomatic Corps and Official Society Being Trans formed. WASHINGTON'. March C It seems to be tb muos for taking stocic The scops are kbout flnahlng th task, and society here at least is is tbe jnldit of It. Now that things have slowed down a hit and the slowing 1 more evident ta the specie at entertaining: than In tht amount thereof society U looking It self over. Naturally it 1 inspecting 1U wardrobe, tint erven more it is In specting its personnel to see who has survived the winter, And real)? the casualties lost and m Using In the efflciaj and diplomatic set. and the Ad ministration circle, are appalling. In the diplomatic circle there are nearly a dozen head of missions who I have been accepted by the State De partment and received aa Aznbassa-' dor or Ministers designate and duly ntered in the diplomatic liet. but who have not et been received by the President and are consequently not U )lte "regular" yet....

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. SCHOOLGIRL SETS FASHIONS; HER ELDERS FOLLOW She Believes Dressmakers and Milliners Design Solely ' for Her Type and Adopts Eton Jacket and PiraW Girdle. tv ETWBEN Mrs. Binehart and 1 Mr. Booth Tarkington tha J world has a most kindly feel tng, tinged with amusement, for youth. Not too youth of tho poets, not "the . reluctant feet" typo, not the youth of "the world Is an oyster for you to open, young man"; but the fledgUhtr ambitions, the doslre to ape the elders, the fantastic and absurd reaching out Into the passions and mannerisms of the decado to come. These two writers have shown, us the path of laughter with youth and have given to us a Ions needed un ,T.rtflnfilnc of the human belmr who Is Vlag on seventeen." They tiavo thrown the Bcarchllght on these evolv ing souls. They have taught us to laUgn W1UI Bt SOU, CLUU BIVOU 1M a desire to creep Into somo silent place and cry when wo remember me brutal tunes wnen we navo nuounaw'...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

i . 6 4 THE SuN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1928 SIMPLICITY HAS DEPARTED IN FASHIONS OF 1920 v . . 1 Stockings Approach Vanishing Point Women HaYo Wider latitude , yin Choice of Styles Than f ' JEver Before WHATEVER else may be said for or aiminat tb fashions of 1139, It cannot be denied that tmpUdtr ha departed, or is depart- fng a rapidly as may be. ThI Is a my simplicity has of doing now and Main In It InUrconrie with the art. 5rhaps Just by way of making 1U valua reit. Cycles In dross have hitherto run ths same course s cycles In archl torture, or furniture, or other of the cjful arts, beginning with a penoa ef nobis simplicity which Is gradually mrfaM trith maraiflrent elaboration. and Is Anally lost altogether In the Baroque, In which complication Is piled en elaboration to the- point of absurd' ity. Bach extrararant episodes In the history of fashion are familiar enough. There are the fiowerliko slashings and Sinkings of the late middle ages, with its .fantastic, f...

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