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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 March 1920

THE StJN AND NEW YORK, HERALD, 'MONDAY MARCH 8, 1920. n- ' " " 1,1 '- 1 1 " ' f i m i . 11 ,,,, , , .... i i i77 1 , 11 1 1 11 ' ' ' Cold "Weather at Southern Training Camps Surprises Ball Players Cycle Teams Begin Another Six Day Grind YANKS, PLIANT, TO HAVEHRST GAME Aftcv Slow Start Huggins'B Men Aro Itoady for Initial Contest To-morrow. COH).WAE ALTERS If 14 TEAMS START IH .LONG CYCLE GRIP Gov. Edwards Sends Bidors Away.Boforo Big Crowd Bello and Madonna-lead. DUNDEE WILL MEET JACKSON TO-NIGHT : v Winner of Arena A. 0. Bout to Havo a'Match With Tondlcr. had been told,, grab tho top ropo of tha ring and say: 'I am proud to know H was an American wi.o defeated mo.' "We 'saw McAullffo assisting Bqulra Abingdon and Charlie Mitchell In Q New Heme of Indian Harbor Yacht Club mm mwm onding and handling Jem mil in tne Crescent Athletlo Club against Bob Fits Simmons. Of courts Hall lost. "When Dempsey reads what Mc Aullffo says regarding Carpentler it6 Game With San Antonio Nino" Postpone...

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

THETSUN AND NEW YOEK- HERALD,. MONDAY, MCH $1-1920. 16 FINANCIAL MS AND COMMENT Out of town basks have relatively little tscsey loaned la Wall Street, and except fcr occasional Instances they will not be In a position to put out large loans here main for several months to come. There are apparently good grounds for bsllev Ing that the total volume of brokerage loans In Wall Street 1 less than $1,0W,. 000,00 This Is fully 40 percent less than the record total of such Investments touched in October last. The banks have very little money out standing on call, having steadily refused offers of 9 and 10 per cent, for time loans secured by Industrial collateral Until a reasonable supply of time money In available It trill not be possible for the speculative interests to resume bullish operations in the stock market on a large, scale. , There is no telling when thete conditions will change, for many of the largo Wall Street Institutions are heavily loaned up, just as are the coun try banks...

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

THE ' BUS 'AND NEW YQRR HERAU, TOW, MARCH 8, 1980, jj Frick-Reid i Supply Co. 10 Cumulative, j! Preferred Stock We recommend thU preferred ! . stock for Inveitmont, Price 102 aqd accrued j dividend to yield 7.80 CIRCULAR, ON REQUEST. : HOLMES, BULKLEY . & WARDROP St MEMBERS Wtttf Vbrl 5&e( Exefanii ftfotw.-A SI Exthtmtt Union Barui Bid"-. L PilUburjh 61 ErosdViy New York r A timely ttryalys's, setting forth JJ the pertinent factors in 'AMERICAN S MELTING While a transition from a war to peace basis makes a discus. sion on 4 ll READJUSTMENT STOCKS worth looking into also data cn companies with EACK DIVIDEND POSSN E I L I T 1 E S-PREF. STOCKS which causes these stocks to have exceptional market merit just at this period. ALSO DISCUSSIONS ON: Or. Northern tin. Prof. She. Baldwin Aetna Kxploslrs lulon oil Cosden a Co. In the Current Issue MAIIKET OPINION Ctalit on rtqual for C-JJ. H.MacMASTERS&CQ. Mmbm Consolidated fUeck ErrA. N, Y. Wall St. New York Hcnortr SMS Ground Floor...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 March 1920

S3 ait..'" -ne - - BMMOISIHY CHY CAMT GBTTDBBS fdrtslnal Balmay fc?&86 Hang J fa 1908) With No JMbtf 0ji lutnatton Bight. fPA&E NEW TOES IN 1020 Mfcchangtf of Ixjffs" Only Is J JtossluloCost to ruMio J,' Some $226,000,000. Hi f tvv miiiMmI ownenhtu and 0Bf Uon o too Icurtwrowh lUld Transit linn, nxnil In tiu city and to the. Dublin depend upon what ITylail meant n August S. IslJ. n no rnvw w Stank Hedley: . . . urh tint turn thM lined back aim Jet (ha city otfmJnUtrallon worry fcout the. credit ud Hnancej avauauie i On this na It premlso Utaro Uscwd twaa tbo offices of the I. K. T. yeateruay a gtattwnent authorised by Mr. Hedley. Attar explaining that the facta therein It wero barred from punucuy " 1 fcvp before tho Board of Estimate and '. iTmnrilnnmrst IwnllM Of UlO Tery 1 aature of Uiom hearing, tho statement '. admit that It U quite truo uui uw - X It. T. has a "bookkeeping surplus of J" around 110.000,000." This itw n cash, the statement nu , oui inra and reserre suppli...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 March 1920

THE SUN AND ;NSW Yflflf? HERAity MOfflgAV, MAitoH 8, .1020, r FOR U, S. CAPITAL jrord- Americans Needed to Tusli Enterprises In Hichhut Undeveloped Conn try. Hy K. PILSIXOEn, Vrport Maitivirr of 7iwre .ice f'Cr.,.V. T. Author of "KiMHlnr to latin America," Trading Lalt America," Ac Specialty tmtten or, Tun Hon and New M'or.is HpnALi). L'ollvla, haa been onp of the last coun tries to recover from the results of the nrnilstlcc. Tills lias been due to several t suae. First, the heavy overstocking of tho market, the result of a frenzied wave of speculative buying;. Second, great quantities of roods were thrown on the market early in' 1919 to be sold at any price. Third, the decllno of Bolivian i j ports resulting from the lack of de mand for some of Bolivia's chief prod ucts : wolfram, tin, copper, &e. Purine tho last few weeks a better frtllns has besrun to prevail. It Is be tomtns more nr.d more evident that the j-ftnle In Bolivia which followed the armistice v.-as move violent th...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 March 1920

it " V''; '-,i'''. , 1V i V, ' v f , i ; j ' 14 RlHI, KSTATK AT AtCTXOy. REAL ESTATE AT ACCTIOJf. THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 8, 1920. I KE.1L ESTATE AT AUCTION, REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. it AT. -STATE AT AUCTION. THE FACTS BY A DECREE OF THE SUPREME COURT we have been ordered sell, WITHOUT RESERVATION OR PROTECTION OF ANY KIND, THE HENRY ASTOR TRUST ESTATE. IT CONSISTS of some 145 parcels of property in THE HEART OF NEW YORK CITY. IT IS IN THIS SECTION that real estate is the most staple; most in Remand; rents most readily; where property is most salable; , where the greatest improvements are being made and are contemplated; the highest' rents can be obtained; where the most conservative investor can buy without risl$; and it is here where the greatest increase in value will take place. ON MANY of the properties the leases expire on May 1st next; these properties are therefore a desirable purchase for those whose leases a...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 March 1920

MLZSBT 'AwrfOtt. ' Ot Alt JUpds ana Itnlldlnn. riant Dd Equipment TOS MANUrACTUIUNO COMPANY AT ASIIKSTOH, CAUKOLI, COUNTY. J J P.. SUrtU istb. 1010. By virtue of an order ot the Circuit Court of Baltimore City, pasnod on th 10th day of February, ltiJO, in tha casa ot Oliver It. Kmlgh et a I. vs. llaitlmoro Hoofing A Ai' beaten Manufacturing Co.. tli undersigned 4 acaivera win onirioT mm t puDIIC uc- tlon all of tha ml eatata, plant and ealp- mnil ot the Haltlinoro ltoonnf A Aabeatoi jiinuiaciuring v.o. ai tn main piani 01 ina iprnuany k ASllKSTOS. CARHOrX COCNrY, Md.. Oil Thuraday, tarcli tsth. 1120, lit 11 o'clock A, M. Thn fartory alts la locttid on tb Wr"t ern Maryland Itallroad, about : mllei from llaitlmoro City arid 19 mllta from the harbor of llaitlmoro City, along tha main )no of tho Wrutern Maryland Hallway and on the dlreat line of trio Western Maryland to Pittsburgh kn4 tho Weal, and contains 11 acre, t roda and II aquar percnea, more or haa right-of-way to and from the p...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 March 1920

'irrTTm wbviww. wwrr"1""" "wswiw1 w f5Vr.-..,. V - 4 ' 1 f I i. I II lb PERSONALS. uir nt knowlnr the whereabouts of MirSl. nmea BtUr A- K1PF. Fran. tin Illi. tJlLBKilT Hare you lergoitenT Wallio newtr mr uiw- DO0BIB. LOST AND FOUND. . aessA. tOSTDropped on, iin sr. sna lady's bronze haridbag. containing small tmrke with ker. to fl Uf KdcS,.: A'w clr return jmree sad kr aJ " kwp " Hun-Herald. Herald Bguare. return lo waiaeri-Jiemra- ""-:,-: Mr. X B. a. XJbrl reward offered; no ti.it tnhwer to Timet W; M re ward, lire. C. J. NORTON, 4 Weet End av, fkkakr e3Z. VAu-i-t.7.. r.hmirr 21. Is till. tea leather brief ree. cooljlolaf ' ojnrtil 1 efflrlil and. per- LoaT eiundar morning-, nelshborhood or Eatt Sid L. Ovouh terrier, buck mo riQtltd: llcenje Beward If ru turned id Pr, ei)i,mi U Eeet tth. iTisT-i-Hrown pocleetbock. with Spanish lettere, In Glmblet ladlei room or renn trlranla itatlon; bekmi to poor maid. 91 writ un t 1 .Vin .f HaturdaT erenlnc. t Strand Theatre. Brooklyn! reward, l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

A HAliY 1LKND1NG. WfcATWKR FORECAST. The amalgamated SUM AND HERALD j I preserves the best traditions of each. . i Fair and warmer to-day; to-rnorfow fair; moderate to fresh southwest winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 305 loweet, 14. DetaUea wtttlur rtporte mil m fttmt ca Ue edltHu In combination these two newspaper make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. , AND THE NEW YORK HERALD PRICE TWO CENTS , TimEB CENTS . IN NEW YOHIt CITY AND BUDUKB8. ON TRAINS AND EL3EWHBBBM VOL. .LXXXVII. NO. 191 DAILY. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, MARCH 9, 1920,-jM rq WILSON REFUSES TO PERMIT PEACE TREA TY RESER VA TIONS; CONDEMNS EUROPEAN DIPLOMATS AS FA VORING OLD ORDER; 0 I: ATTACKS FRANCE AND ITALY IN LETTER TO HITCHCOCK tm NAVY BUILDING HUGE PLANE TO CROSS PACIFIC Triplanes Being: Built Can 'Hop' 2,091 Miles to Hon olulu in a Day. CIRCUIT OF WOULD SEEN Cruising: Speed 03 Knots- Driven by Nino 400-11. P. Liberty Motors. Two Riant seaplanes, twice as power fill as the huge N'C-4. which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

MS J 111? II !1 ('I 1 aaai'..' 1 , Trr"""""'' . . . ; timt,.Jio could, vote for W uch Article nf k in. President demandi. Tho two jriji..-. .,. lunli.nl. IMIti' 'nldei' Juvo ueen strenginenea in wmr ium- f ton. ona Between mem T ., rfwn f.t n nnthr mtrfl tiftfoat. ; ftUW&VIHI vw - M4de nit Iut Ilefora I'sople, ?t to Its effect on the treaty's out tnitfTAi. viitiiicutlnn. tho letter. Dolltlcal native and consequences came In tor ,thomot Interested discussion., The fitnera! opinion was thnt It wan tho President's tossing of the creaty Into tho political lns as a full-blewn Issue mid pis defiance to all, whether Demo craw or Republicans, who have sought And hoped to keen, It out Of politics. Asia from the Irreconcilable opposition, tho prospect wns not a cheering pne, for the great majority of Senators, and al moi t tho unanimous membership of the Ho?e, have desired to avoid It as an Jtsi . lit to-night, giving though the' atttbbrtty which tho I'resldcnt wields .In hs I own party n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

t ! ffffE;t.SWANP NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MdfoqH 9, 1020, 8 $ RTMK rlTVTnRNTlS "oaro. bv toONBAu HELD NON-TAXABLE U. S. Supremo Court Decides, 5 to t, They Are Not ' Hcnlly Income. General Garfield once wagered that he could tell a man's native State by the food he ordered. It was 2 o'clock in the morning. "Ham and eggs!" ordered one man. "OhioTby thunder !" ex claimed thi Hwiptnl "Ont.. FEDERAL LOSS IS LARGE an Qhioan would order ham j egg8 at o'gjQ tle lloDrescntalivo Hull Believes ( morning." But that was before the ad vent of the CHILDS restau f,tett to Til SDN isin Ksw VoK Hwuto. w,,,, mra from , .. . WAPlHNlvroN, Mlirctl S, l HO ord.r dtllcloui bm anil t$ut n-pmo Court to-day held by u C to t . - - I IUUW dfclHlon that thp redfrni uovemmem ennnot tax stock dividends na Income detplte the Income tnx amendment tf? tho Constitution. Sections of Article I. of tho Constitution prevents such taxa tion. It was held. That section of tho 1910 Income tax law iiBSCBslnj ns Income such ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

V7T .4.1 i,tl! TV A" J ME -SON D'tilEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY. MARCH 9, lA UK ULLS DEAD INSTATE Jjfcilcra Practically Atfon a Treasures ,PrcMrM '! ite Anti-Saloon Teog-ao; 5t ' ? ME 1DSBP FOn INQUIRY ' - ISfaryland Official Assail? An derson as 'One Who Plays Mrroiidc9:V;; ; r IT -i3y 0 decent and boncrabja JntercoarM amowr nt4eme;v Under ay tho clrcunistatices j ;iv been icroed to iiivir inn roan who plays dbty pollJoi must b fnaawf a cause wiiooyr. menu "In too future all communications from you will either be returned un opened or thro to Into the wait basset and I shall treat yoa as a common scold and public nulwnce-' ANDERSON MALIGN, SAYS ARCHBISHOP Continued from First Page. l&iUl U Tnt SW'-jf ttu Tx . jsjnt Wll as prepared ly tho dry and Ijjfljced. by the .Anti-Saloon League have Jseta pracfleally abandoned by the ledd SiV the Lexlslsfufr as a result ot tile jSSnr in sentiment which has folfw ft-roposed (nqbiry '"to the 'political itles of the l&inV snd" fts super dent,...

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

1 j,k . ate SUN AND NEW YOJRK, HERALD, TUESDAY, . MAftCH 9, 1920. ... , LOWDEN FIRST, WOOD SECOND IN GEORGIAN POLL Treaty Ratification With Lodge lleiservation Is De clared Big:Is8uc. . 0. 0. Y. SPLIT NOT HEALED Wilson Administration So Un popular .Tlint H($YyJtopul llcnn Vote Is Expected. GEORGIA. Covernor Frank O. Lowdcn ot Illinois Mands first and .Majoj;-aen,, Leonard Wood second as Uio choice of tho Rc luibllcana of Georgia for tho Presiden tial nomination, according to tho re turns received from the poll of county rhalrmon taken by Tub Son and New York Herald. Georgia has rio preferential primary for the election of delegates to national conventions nnd Its delegation of seven teen lo go to CIUcuro will bo selected at ii Stato convention to be held on April 7. Tho ratification of tho peace treaty with tho Lodgo reservations la declared to bo tho predominant Jssuo of tho 1920 campaign In most of tho answers, with Americanism and a return of the coun try to u business 1)0818 run...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

an 4 HI' 1 , i GERMANS ARREST- Jfolio irolds Prlnco XoacWm for Awaultiiiff FiyjtfAU Officers at the iUIonf FJIAXCB I0DGE9; PROTEST Berlin Newspapers $rtptet He- gid, Calling the AttoeK 1 Unprovoked., Beau, March S.-Pfrxe ioch!ra Atbrtcht of rnul. cuUiln ot former Emwror VNUUm. andBaron von Tlaten have been put under arrest M tho Police Prefecture by Mlnl1T of. Defence Soaks for arestultlnir CapU Rougr-evlfl. a French ofllqtr with llio Interallied- jrsMon In thlJcliy, at the .Adlon Hole! Saturday nlcht, and Capt. Klln, alM of the French army, who refused to stand when the orchestra played "Petit schl?4 tirber Allen." ,ccordlnc to tho ntuepapers this afternoon, the French Charge d'Atfnlrei and' aea. Nollrt had a conversation wltft the Foreign Minister to-day 'iin the Incident. The Korean Minister w Mid t have cjprtsed Ms regret over tho?afrlr and promleed that the culprits would he punWicd. It U added that a high rorelgn Office OlV'iil to-day vulted Capt Klein, one .... ii,,.i, tiriv ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

.1, .L ' ; 'StlN AND-' NffiW YQRff HERAID; TUESDAY, fl$AROH 9, 1920, 1$ ! X of the Cross-Roads St ore . 11 "'" 1 ' I"" i iii I ii ii. i,... i i .1 m And wherein it offers to advertisers a wonderful new selling opportunity Yesterday at eyery remote crossroads it flourished yesterday of plodding horse and creaking buggy, of muddy, deep-rutted roads or no roads at all. Today, like the romantic blacksmith shop of Longfellow, it is passing Passing because good roads and gasoline have ended the old isolation of the farm home: "Ten miles frorn town once meant a whole day's travel ," says the Chicago Tribune editorially. "Now a farmer may 'drive ten miles in a motor," do his errands, and be back at his work .in an hour The farms no longer are rfemote. They have become suburbs." Town and city distribution reaches the farmer today The old idea that, to sell to farm homes, one must have so-called farm dealer distribution, no longer holds good. Jf your products have an average town and city dis...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

8 4 THE SON AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 0, '3320. OT ,w, "- 'posaJ lie' xwrws cm of a at- bolder reed ri the 0 per ct stock I rear. MACorirjs, Joinr Fla-taga.- ) EXTEND THS RUSH HOURS. AT THE JVIIEEL WITH FANCY . j DTfl UITJV R WftRVt? OTIW sfiiltf: Stttt UJlC 2Stttt ,lapte& alruse of Soviet troops oa div!dead lfistd of the customary 20 sad Jo Davipsov tzdght rrprwent! , n v , . t 2 'DlUJWnil JUllIllli J lmBa& J gf04 J the Prfprf lilver sad their defeat by ctntcuhtlltidirtnemtW scn!pem: Jmm Ponrxz, HcMns.'.X " E Brfyi ATttt.Ul.tt. ArtataTTIDMtot., tv 1TTT1T fl I Jr,rr MD,r, !,., ,-, tr,. m-. ,. m .k. i ... J-.' t-. ,v Tf r T.I for Crowds In ths Cars. Motor Car Adierililtr. TTDflUTi DV III HIT? 10 TTTF NEW YORK HERALD. THE NEW YORK RALD.- - - - - .. . . . . I, Knli. rrut A- XSr IWSte. rV7r- .K--f . Tr , 6. pc the cote pit! e redaction of Po land. This region, however, his been (be erat obstacle to atry aegUtka between Potiul and Soviet RtuaU. The Polei deaaid tbe mi o...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

I, "r . ' TJIE ' SUN AND. NEW YORK HERALD,1 TUESDAY,, ARCH 9 , 553 ... . . Society:-Attends Indian Sun Dance at Palm Beach Scmiiiolcs Begin Tlircb Day fki'iiivol Baby Pa-mC.c-.Hcltl. ' f-icM 19 Tus tyro, ami New Youk llnAtu. Palm Beach, Fln March 1 Thcro was no end of diversions for tho winter rolony her to-day, Including, the tourna ments for the Palm Beach golf cham pionship on the I'nlm Bench course nml nnollier tournament' at the Everglades I'lub. The chief attraction, however, was a sun dance of the Seminole In dian, who bejran n three day carnival In Went Palm Beach this morning. Tho band of tho University of Florida, thirty-six pieces, hits been engaged for the carnival, and It gave a concert hi city Tnrlt this morning. Mr, Wllllnin J Conpers of Buffalo, N. V., president of the Sun .Dance Association, made an address of welcome. .The big feature of lhi afternoon was u baby parade. Mrs. John C. King. .Mrs. I'lerro Lorlllnrd Rubey, Mre. Itobert Dun pouslns, Mrs. Vhomas Tipton R...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

T&B SUN 'AN&NfiW TOflTimsm), TUESDAY, 'StMOE 102T In Most Sensational Sprint Seen m Garden in Years Brocco and Deruyter Steal Lap in Six Day Cycle Race I 10 ' Hi tfit BROCCO STARTS A HAD CYCLE SPRIGT He ami Demytcr After" 10 ol lock Gain Up on TiUal0.. CHOWD PACKS GABOBK a hough the Six Day Jiecord Is , Xofc In Danger KnUiusIajsm Jin ii. s Hfgh. KND 01' TH IIOI B Irltlas Jlllc. Lap. Nemes IJmeew t Denotes (let mtul II agin.. flgg and HvUtn ftbttra u4 KiMlr . j;yjre uMil C)fli. tMS M ' hapm" Hmrt and lrtai staler inn llltUr sod amek SI .. it I ..sis ' . SM 1 . . 2 " , 3 . iji : . sis i .. SJS 1 ..its ' ' .. sts .. S'J e . 415 .. 5tS 5 l;vr wl HaiT 1ttl! uul )I4mm IM MVVr JUKI Mh Itol Irr nrxJ IWfcrr fjr-. ed lit f '" fix me A th tot tlloftI pflnl 7!(, in a -cJ. JlaoHtf r anjl i ;tlf ntfT-n"-. romfn2 the lUtl- r'Uix tn ejn, staiwl Ut fic.'d n Kjur Garden ifhortly f r "9 k lt ls!l'- . -;m,i 'Ut ir.nt whJth brought tbo . orwUf I'aJan and ld prtrr Into tb? a?J ... iroCTM the crqJ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

4 V, n aUN. AND iNW YOBK HERALD, TUESDAY, MABCHt 9, 1920. 1 rCT i ' 1 .. -- , ,. nrv '. , ' - Keguar and Recruit Giants Play a Tie GameYankees Have Only Qne Practice Session Because of the Cold M'CARTY SHINES AS PINCH HITTER Tallies ?ylg JRjiu ftp dlnnt Jtogiilnrs Aftoiv Making Two Mso Drive. CLASH WITH.- TtEOltUI'fS Fletcher Arrives, but "Wlioro Ho Will Bo Stationed Is Ffohjcinntical. American Boxer Refuses Decision 5 ' . ' BUBNOfl Aint;s, imrch S.-Tho unusual circumstance of a boxer declined tlitj winner of u Ddut protettlna nulnt tho dcclilon In Ml favor wan wltnejacd hero jnat nlulit ut the close of u ten, round hcs. ton between Younif Cohen of Ronton, billed uh featherwelKht chnmpUm of llio American AhIiUIc Hoot, nnd Julio rercx, fenthcrwoluht champion of Argentina. Tho referee ut flrnt gnvo llio deci sion to -Young Cohch, but upon tho latter' protcrt that ho wan not en titled to n Victory tho official do., dared tho' bout it draw rimld cheers from the Aredntlnlan crowd. MEUSEL...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

v f .;.Mys I 1 a-J THE SUN JkSnqO tffeW YORK ffERAlfl),, TUESDA MAROETfl, lffD. fclT0R0HT0 MARKET Canadian Bonds Canadian Government, provincial and municipal bonds can bo purchased now.at prices which will yield from 6Vz to Vk Principal and interest on securities wo aro offering aro puy ablo In United States Funds. Send for hni circular 53-9 Wood, Gundy & Co. INCORPORATED 14 Wall Street, New York Toronto London, Eng. Montreal l-B-l-B-W-j Canadian Securities AT 15 Discount (J Your American dollar buy $ 1.15 in Canada. d wo will be (?Iad to eml dealers list of high grade government, municipal, public utility, and industrial issues principal and interest on which are payable at par in the United States. q Deducting 15 from the Montreal market price of these issues, makes them re raarkabie as bargains. Write at once while this fern porary exchange premium still exists. Grcenshiclds & Co. INVtSTMEfir BANKERS 17 St John St.. Montreal. IOIIONTU OllAWA We Offer : Province of Nova S...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
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