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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

THE SUN AMD NEW, YOKK HERALD, SUNDAY, MALUI 7, 1920. 3i VIEWS AND .RE VIEWS OF A WEEK IN THE WORLD OF ART paintings by Bockwcll Kent on VIow at Knocdlor's In Other Galleries. By HENRY McBRlDE. IF by any chance these lines should catch the eye of Rockwell Kent, that gentleman la begged tp de list, to read no further, for. this little notice la to concern Itself with Mr. Kent's own paintings now being shown In Knoedlera and It may de generate Into something laudatory. In fact If Mr. Kent be wise he will read none of the notices that appear In any of the newspapers, for all of them will be laudatory, and too much lauda tion, like too'mVcH taffy, lar bad 'for the young. The young and 1 call 'em young up to 35-ihould read only the baa notices. Bad. notices are apt to have Ideas In them, and besides are better discipline. Some artists pretend that they never, read notices of any kind (Ernest' Lawson la a .remarkable exception; ho spends every Sunday morning reading the reviews and thinks ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

8 . 4 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH ?, tm. 1 i AWAITS tLTy p""umwA t micBTiwotK t aauon.TYAirreg oon.TS: APTZ?raca3Ti j ."j, I SPRING'S ARRIVAL 1 1 I ffs.riIim.T G-rDiifo S II : I TTW Siihtzzv Lints is an En- I m m cXDcJA M Mm WmMK mmnt .fc I MFMIIm. v .m j if 1 Whiter Colony Weary of In action C&nseH by Bad Weather. ABUTTALS Kew York Bepresenfatea Anions Those Hegutered " at Tarions Houses. StotionforaScfare. ' - BRQOKEfN " " .; T I 1 I i - .ot icishion- warn of c wrinc! 1 W4 m Tjrrwrwo. a: X. Karea C Clear 4n wfh a. beteiatu that preaagto aa Mftr nrltr drKsfetd Jorrrs bere tti week ad broke tbe rxxxtxxrT f irA-xr life ced aH Urt msexa it - cteaect -weeter, ws whw V. faffrm to call (a Victors. Mrs, KaKer.JfecsBsOej" est 3E. Wal irr miA VjJbizt. ci 3f ew Teric arrived this imi to the sprteg attbo j1r3ti to Ox Pit. Sir. a&l Mrs. WCB- Usi WeolwanJ end Miss Edlli "VTood wxnj ef-?Vw Ycrfc are to arrive fctxt week. Xrx. Robert Jaslaoe. who tet year ku o U the I-emJ H...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

tilt AND NEW YORK HERALD I SECTION 5 EIGHT PAGES NEW YORK. SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. coptigt, mQ, tnH-lltrait Corporation, ROTOGRAPHIC SECTION - , , , , i. " ii t Copyright r-S . . . ' Adolph Lewisohn, who heads the New York coirtt mittee of the, Natiohal Public Works Association-, which scekB to bring Government expenses down to a minimum. Photo. Intprnatlonat, .. rrry.:..'X.- ..y,- r-tf, -,.,-.-fflr : ... h,,,. . AV ... Jm

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7. 1920. r m liMimiiii Copyright, Moffttt A new photographic Htudy of Mm. Wood, wife of Gen. Leonard Wood. She is much in the public eye because of the General's candidacy for the Presidential nomination. First photograph to reach New York from Palm Beach showing Mayor John P. Hylan and Mrs. Hylan on thir annual winter vacation. Photo. International i 1 vs Above- Latest photo graph of the former Doro thy Deacon of New York and Newport, now the Princess Radziwill, who is seeking to resume her maiden name. Photo. International. 3-E At Left Standing back of the man in black is Senreant Harold Edward ("Spot") Miller, the power behind the throne in Haiti. This young marine has the full confidence of President 8udre Dartigue nave and the two are fast restoring order. Nf Feeding the poor of eighteen nations is the great task of this man, Lieut.-Col. Rob ert E. Olds of St. Paul, American Red Cross Commissioner to Europe. Photo. International J jar ...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

. -m Sir Alfred Booth, head of the Cunard line, who arrived recently in New York to secure better port facilities. Photo. International. "Crusading for Right," Raphael Peyre's bronze representation of the U. S. marine. This work of the French sculptor has been purchased by the Ma rine Corps and will have a permanent homo in Washington. Emma Trentini, Italian singer, who is back in America after four years of war work in Italy Copyright. Underwood & Underwood.

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

nHP W c v" THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. Ml! n ' '.Ms , i " .--.t ; Miss E I i z n b e t h Snmls a ri Conde Nnst of New York n t r o 1 1 i n g on the r t rn n d n t Palm Bench. Photo, Intprnntlnnal. Florida's Coast Resorts Attract Many Persons of Prominence 4 mm1 1 V J Jm r HBijf ' i I ju Attractive snapshot of Mrs. Peter Cooper Bryee of New York tnken nt the Palm Beach bathing hour. She was Mips Angelica S. Brown. Photo, International. P. A. 1). Widener of Philadelphia ond Miss Elizabeth Snmls of New York watching the Philadelphia-New York baseball champion ship pamo at Palm Beach, plnycd by visitors from the two cities. Photo, lotfrnatlnnal. H 'slrr - B JH K Hv A .iHF -IVPWl'HHH ; iHHT t&w'r- -1 rfl.l ' -r 7; - w 1 n it? i oinH' R?ert Crntt an.d.MrH- Crnip BifldIe- tw attractive Phil adelphia matrons, who are visitors for the season at Palm Beach. Photo, International. Miss Milliccnt Ropers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H.. Ropers of New York and WnRhinpto...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

A ' VW THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. will take a leadjng part in the Muric . - ' ' i Regiment Armory will be arranged to I 'r T KSBjSljjl - Outdoor snapshot of Miss Marion Rollins, the , , V y v'v1p, widely known Long Island sportswoman who will compete this year for the British ladies' golf chani- i 1 1 1 V ' I "Honorably Discharged," Mrs. Harry Payne Whitney's contribution to the exhibition of the Kocii'ty of Independent Artists at tho Waldorf Astoria. March 11 to April 1. Aliee Moran Wright will show this "Portrait of Mrs. U. B. Lewis" at the exhibit of the Society of Independent Artists opening next Thursday. Very much out of its element is this great diving bell, photographed under the elevated on its way to the American Salvage Co.'s home at Trinity place-and Thames street. It is one of the many devices designed to salvage victims of tt-boatH and other sunken craft. Copyright. Underwood & Underwooi. 1

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

w r.. i; cj- v iiliss Helen C. McGraw, vho was one of the loaders in the cross country ski race for women at the recent winter pymkhana held at Lake Placid. General view of the great toboggan slide at Lake Placid. The round trip (half of it on foot of course) takes one hour and a half. HIS Mm T''www tea The ancient Scotch game of curling proved popular with the more staid contestants and several close matches were seen. The hoop race for girls on skates caused wild excitement among the younger folk. Picture Rhows Miss A. Baker winning, with Jliss C. Dassett a good second. Start of the potato race for boys, a picture that Rhows only a few of the interested spectators. This event shared interest with the girls' hoop race and was far more exciting on the ice than one on land. 83MaJjjj 2awSvs ? m 1MB "WTTMSW & HHiiiiV u1MiHiiiiiiiHilW I I I 1 1 A,. " A Ijake Placid resident, Miss E. Remoli. proved the winner of the fancy skat inn contest, defeating a large field. Photost on this pag...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOKK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1920. BIlM ATKINSON'S PUSSYlPWMvl50I ;ijJgs$j 3 st- vdss. -jrfgj GurcctVlpparelbrtfomen&DXisscs Fifth Ave. At 37th St. New Spring Suits Attractive, Distinctive & Smart Bohn Refrigerators At Special Prices In spite of iteadily advancing costs of manufacture, we have de cldcd upon a most unusual offering of our finest Refrigerators, for a short time only. Discounts ranging in some cases up to 30 from regular list prices are offered to those who recognlte this most unusual opportunity to secure a world-standard Bohn Sy phon Refrigerator at a price which probably never will be offered again. For instance, here is our No. 43 (outside dimensions 39 in. wide, 21 14 in. deep and 49.K in. high), ice capacity 125 lbs., list price $139.25 Special Sale Price $98.00 Larger and smaller sues also at special reductions. Prices range from $16.75 up. The whole world recognues the superiority of the Bohn Syphon Refrigerator, built upon scientific p...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD. SUNDAY, 1LARCH 7, 1920. Wlniwffnfafc J iM'allf ii'lii ifc iiilBsli'iiii"Ji illiiiiiljillillfc iMlffiMlilMW Lpi Be cproud of Your Hair Un fta 'trxm that Tour hat? it urbcooj52frarrj.-.icd, rir2x m enrdi iixrjt ickct (ae. tou canrrr help retrd dl it ok . Try pcitoi Kurtcv Ken on the next tmc tou Trans a to fcni full7 nice- 1"-.cr: tou rerrwrre tkem. after theer amrxae. ywr :irzr itxli noli c trarMforaed into muirtfh "J7 ooci, tan to arran-ze in an? faihsocaHr toirarc. i Swt t u f-37 veil rc KS re i KURLEY KEW HAtt VRAVtJS So Uttj! to Ct tfct Hair "X'c". Ten '-fiiS turn ISr BRETT MANUFACTURING CO 162 U'w Us'- Sc-ctt Ve-- Yo?'a mm r iw aw a ST f ORIENTAL PERFUMES 4& 1 j and toiht aeauijirgj I Perfume Your Home with Incense Tier are few thiar v duricltr.iuc of the fatdaaHsa ad rsyitery of tie beacty-ton'ar, Itadt beyoad the PadSe, or that to ticrtrcjhly- tatiafy the seitbetie taite lad i-aipaarioa. as Vaatine's Temple lactate. lu dreany, aootbiaf frajraac...

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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

COMIC SECTION AND THE NEW YORK HERALD SUNUAY, MARCH 7, 1020. -1 III II Ill conrniuflTvo tm. n the un.hwuuj ooumiuTiox. : ' ; . SEE akwtuiki, vnn on r ' BHTT"1 YOU'RE ettin 1 J TO BE A NUISANCE! JotouStL. 1 CN'T WISIX OUT II m MP'S TonlS 1H- VsJHHOUT UOM REMEMBER ssrfW. IF YOU START AK r?J oTN BUY ME THS AMD L t & lUu BE Vjg BUV HE THAT STUFF, TERRABLE W SEND OU RUHT Jp : OODHOMU HOME r -T - ' f 15 PE?REQM1hJTs f I SooD FOfc UC I VBoys oft Bad J FO& THEM MOWy I vrrrrf COT. J MAS, IF XOU DON'T STOP THVS FOOLISHNESS T WOM'T BE VE&S ooD FOR YOU Br Sf bO YOU H fHAT HOMSENiSEiJ S LKE HOT -KL HURRY UPl J ROASTE D f. ; s ? r VmJ II III 1 DID You UVCE PoPCORSi NMHEH YOU WAS A UTTLE $IRUM0h Pop Bought me a V4HOUE BAGFUL FOR mSELP OK1CET YOU OU6KTA TASTE T r V n 1 - ! f DDhi' ASK TV J tou TO BUY siUTHm MOH OUEY VOAUna I V LOOK FOR AKI OTHER S HIMUTE i esf?'" LOOK A THAT HOT? V teU TA-FH AlT T. J. ,-. 1 : : ; : HURRY UP' Vou'vJE LOOK.E& LOW EKIOU6H JUST A MINUTE MOM WANNA' FIWD ...

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

r THE SUN AND NEW YOTtTC HER ALT): ' ' SUNDAY, MARCH 7, 1fl2(V. CAtS FWD KJpS SHOULp, (SBVER. SmouE.j FOR. YOU'LL E PUni&HEP WELL. I WE'LL PR.ESS VOU LIKE RfS EfSGirie WITH B MOKESTRCK HDD fl BELLI LL YOU'LL j v s i II 1 II II I II L 1 f TAHABk I M Wilt AV H iHI 1 i ' . f I 1 1 iiimiiiiii MWWi.llilliWi I . I In ' ' Yi o-o-o-cw! rw stomr ch FEELS rvr i lit .Mill ' ' i imt, ff.llll III I ,i JIM lllll 1 HlVHVlVO . T V ?S!ilI!i(lilITIM as - l! RN EVERVT'HlfSG- 1 1 'Urn 'I , ' 4: it ' I i 1 1 If ', 1 . . " 1 ; !": 'fill i know how to put out tH is Vr : 1 ?iifntnfc f . n.(l '' w..ort v ...... or TU1C aUN-HEHALP CORPOR TtON PAGE THREE. -sm-- mm ji i - i I 1 . - - 1 1 r-i -irrTTTrTntT SMORE ! THE PRLBCE MUST BE orV fire! G-ET The f BUCH.ET5) HE WHO StEflUS I WHERE THERE'S Pipe steRis TeRfH L BUt HE WHO BUR,fi5 1 MOKE THERE, , ,MUSt B FIRE' a ii in ' in iivii ii irn . r ; r X IKfll lllllllllll - t W t I 1 1 V". f I I MP fc UP CflgTLE LOSES VHIS JOB OS ROVOU 'II ".n vnrnf i H I10CTOR,YOU ...

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

- J THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERATD. SUNDAY. MARCH 7, 1020 page rorn. MISS KELETYTHIS IS PERCY, MY MECHANISM KtAN WHO HAS JOINED THE CAST HE CAN DO ANYTHING- THAT YOO PUSH A BUTTON TO MAKE HIM DO AND HE. HAS -EVERYTHING IN THE BUTTON LINE GOOD BYE AND GOOD LUCK I" - "r"TY' i"1" r f 1 " -f-,-5- I ISN HE SWEET VXj", LET GO OP ME, MR. YryJ ghost i i believe! SERPENT! TIN LIZZIE-! Mm I 1 v - . v ' WHAT IN WHAT IN WHAT.1 y: I ; n 'f$$i- I AM Mk. ' 1 1 ii ITWMI IHIHfilBy -Aw fTT-tTORT. lite. BT 7 HE SUN-HEtfALP "CORPORATION IVE GOT RIO OF THAT BEASTLY LITTLE PEST AMD Of MY EMPLOYER, THE NUT , AND SO HAVE THE FIELD ALU TO MYSELF. GOOD WORK ; JULIE, YOU ARE MINE THAT MUST BE ONE OF THESE PSYCHIC uOVERS IVE HEARD 'EM TALKING ABOUT - IT AINT HUMAN PERCY, THE ROUGHER YOU ARE THE HAROER I LIKE YOU ! GREAT JUPITER, WHAT5 SHE GOT NOW 7 I'LL SETTLE! THAT.' TASTES- AH WELL. THERE'S NO ACCOUNTING FOR I CAN AT LEAST MAKE A DIGNIFIED EXIT " i i m i mww7 " f " -i 1 jjj "'t '1 THIS IS MY LUCKY OAY;-IVE GOT ...

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Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

i SECHbNvB 8-PAGES'' MISS V1VIENHE, 3EGA.L. "The LITTLE WHOPPEI2," CAS WO Drama Takes the Old Order Yielding By LAWRENCE rOMEWHERE In his vagua prologue "Washington, tho Man Who Mado Us," at the Lyric Theatre, Percy Mackaye makes ono of his personages deplore the limitations of thq theatre. In words somewhat like this, wsy to make the beauty of my dreams thousand tasks obscure their object and with many masks, I am myself be wildered," the present Inefficiency of the theatre as a medium of artistic txcrcssion is emphasized. ny hard and fast definition of the especially difficult nowadays. Recent tritics cautious. Few of them would a play must possess a certain unity of action and that Us carefully correlated eenes should aid in the disclosure of, a definite story. The object of ouch a work was in tho old canons of dramatic criticism to produce a definite art Impression dependent on Its manner of construction. Even such an elastic jcriptlon.of a piny would frighten the cautious drama...

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

n rptro sttn AhT, NEW YORK HERALD. SUNDAY, MARCH 73920, . . i i ii i , -' 4, Four Stase Beauties as Dog Trainers K4iss Dorothy Dklton of 11 Aphrodite" Get Good Results With Collie Actors Fame on Screen in 1 'Black Is White" The Greatest Sporting Goods Store in the World Malum Avema MtMSASt, NewYdc t . ,si DOROTHY DALTON .11 "BLACK is KHITS" CAPTTOL THeATRa Hiss EIbIo Ferguson Also Can , See Herself in Now Picture Other Novelties. MISS DOROTHY DAITON of "Aphrodite" famo will have an opportunity to nee herself on the screen at the Capitol to-day, for he will appear there in "Block la White." This film adaptation of George Barr McCutcheon's story,' pro duced by Thomas II. Ince, Is the first Paramount Artcratt picture to enter this hcuse. Holmes E. Herbert, Jack Crosby and Claire Mcsereau are prom inent also In the photoplay, which Charles Ofblyn directed. Music from "Pagllaccl." a Prisma color view of The Bretons of the Sea" and a Sun shine comedy are other features. Miss Elsio Ferguso...

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Page 61 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

if , N V snnrrasAKT layers bill r : 1 The fltuyvewRt Players announoo that for their second season they will present ea Friday evenings. March 12. W and tt, t the Municipal Theatre. Washington irrlng High School, three) ono net plays. They are "Dawn," by Perclval Wilde; The Sorrows ojt Han." a spectacle AMUSEMENTS. BEGINNING TO RAY DAINTY. BEW ond MAURICE Ill cinemelorlrvmifl oF natunnanor II Pn Hi i cinemelodramfl oF news TlTNICALLYxTrlRILUN& &W.Vkl7 BY 1Mb ASTUTtnEoS of QQL RtPORltK 5Trl BIG WEEK 4 HUGO dAN A SPRINGTIME FESTIVAL F MEU0DV B.S.MOSS' 'MM w EVKX'O AT 8:00 LOUD. LINGERING UUClHTER-sTOE TAPPING TUNES Tlook by nto!L AttCTldw. SUfted by J. ,C. IITJPFMAN. Music by Jwin Srtiwfrts. Blsnche Rlnn, Charles Wlnnlntter. Tho Avon Comrdy Fonr. Jmcs TUrton, Mellette Sister. Ralph and Kstherluo Wltehle. Krsnkle Resto. Oeorite aijd Dtck Rath, four Hsley Sinters. Tilly Darton. Uerloald Denur. Olga Cgot. Lon rtsscsC. Rsiell Cox. Miliars MUler, Walter, WollT. Eddie Miller. Uarry ...

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Page 62 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

KM J, r THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, .SUNDAY, MARCH 7, jS2& 4 BROOKLYN AMUSDIENTS. itmcnirufK AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMI AMUSEMENTS. J5EME JiTS. .1. L aaaaaaaaajvVMarajaaaAMr1 I AIMS. OltT Hi . W, We. xdoo choice BEAT. JOB. aTawyt's,fiara aaa BcBCAra, "rWBai fixers. feaUy. mJt?.U. TRIXIE FRIGANZA ta -tHZ BTHraUS FXBTT." RAE SAMUELS Tr EBaa Btraafr f Taaflarga it SpacsU Sosn- EXTRA ADDED IRVING & JACK KAUFMAN I T'll fi fURtttt DED ATTRACTION i--McDERN50TT & COX-Ei& TIM DfcBtfij Bcsartr m4 Os TVaj tag Hsrir-lLLSlSHIP Is a Wnrinl Oaontr Bme. "JKUgstaSTbAiaeR it j6BJto.s' i BLOSSOM SEELEY & CO. rss EENXIE FIELDS. o-aageaa. Cw a Urea ta -fedcy snopM madfe." CENTURY gflS (Sria 34axatHEo Verdi OaaO To-Nisht at 8:15 B. F. KEITrTS Celebrated SUNDAY Concerts BEST OJDOO BEATS SKO EZATJ tZAT S rtxa I at turn V at ioc bigotst bill- or kxith STABS THU SZA30. TOLIA-M & GCHDON DOGtEY tad THZ MCRIN SISTERS FRANK DCSSGN & 13 SIRENS ItB, MB& JIMMY BAKBT. DI...

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Page 63 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

wt. 0 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNpAY, MARCH 7, 1920. RECITALS-MANY OPERAS Hotels ind Restaurants CONCERTS; v SONG QECIT&L . AEOUAN HALL Kfto " siHrH MISS AU&UBTA COTTLOW PIANO fZSCITAL, AEOUAN ,HALL New York a Rendezvous for Hopeful Musicians By W. J. HENDERSON. r I HE first recital of this Immensely rich musical season was given on i ocioDer 6 ana tne nrty-nrst on November 14, In the first week of the Chicago Opera Company season, which began on January 26, there were ten of these entertainments. These figures should serve to show the multitude of recitals which crowd the winter of musical activity In this city. The musical reader must understand that In this place the term recital is used professionally, not as the careless speaker or writer use.' It One Is not asiomsnea in tnese days 01 looso speech to find newspapers calling a Philharmonic concert a recital. But In this department the word recital means a performance by a single artist without orchestral accompanime...

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Page 64 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 March 1920

!1 THS StJK 'AND NEW tORK HERAIiD, SUlDAY, MAKCH 7, 1020. Oxford ' Histories o fe Nations Modern China rf Withal Study BjiS. CChenq Net $3.25 A vstuaMs and dnuly volutin throw Inn a deir Unlit on the chtf problems of modem Chins. Ths dtautlotV It nnttbly tempetsts and frts from polltl cal Hu and dmrvei tin dost attention of ell IntemttJ la Chlniu matters. France JMtJutml & Modem, History By A, Hajmll Net $3.23 A Klittty to tx Ittpt mu tl bifid, to M picked op and read quiet momintt sndpttwtrtdii a pttmaatat rtfutnea book. JrAy Yfyrrw. Russia Ftom tht IktiBlgitHt ti ty C. R. BEAiUY, N. FpRDES G. A. BlRK&TT Nti $425 "Amwti hundreds of inquiries those unftmlliit with tht hktotyof ihbdi tituht tution, tn ulirN-ttci. Evolution of Prussia Tht JMikini cfm &nfirt B$ J. A. K. MAIUUOTT & C G Robertson Ntl $325 "No other EnjtUh tmtacnt f tha ujKt shows eoual teernloftand fWU owphle tniljHt. 71 V.ia, Italy 13$ & M. Jamison, C M. ADY, K. D. VtRNON G S. Terry Net, $325 "A comM...

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