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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

$B$ AftjD NEW YOBIC T MftAIiP, TIlESDAYJffipOH" j J9fflT 33 TRANS-CANADA LIMITED Fdtt Trans-Continental Service Resumed I MAY . ' Nlncty-two hours from Const to Coast, Th6 Train da ie for slcep inir enr passengers only through the Canadian Pacific Rockies ' -"HftyBwltzorlflndslnOno." Standard sleeping cars, dining car, compartment observation car. Direct connections from Now York," Resort XXotcla open for early Summer travel.. Atkfor Dctcriptlvi Taw "0," F. R. PERRY, General Afent, Put. Deft, IZ3l BrtidVr, (Jew York Gt. AH EXCEPTIONAL OPPOITIHITT to purchase Canadian Government) Municipal and Corporation Bonds to yield from 6 to 10 inaomo, The embargo .recently placed by Canada prohibiting purchase and inv porlation of securities from abroad, temporarily withdraws from tho market the principal buyers of theso issues. As soon as Canadian Exchange becomes more normal, wo believe this embargo will bo lifted, and will enable purchasers to resell the securities at a substantial profit. W...

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

"tl. ilTVa W m ft; ft, rw f. 14 flHfr" SUM MlEW'YQRK HERALD, ; TUESDAY MA&OH SfeO? Munds Rogers & Stackpoh is c k " n d Cotton G r. a i , Members ' N. Y. Stock Exchange N.Y. Cotton. Exchange Chicago Board of. Trade 25 Broad St. Uptown Office 16 Vanocrbilt Ave. Investment Opportunity NATIONS, municipalities, commerce and industry, all need money All are now offering their securities on terms so liberal that every thinking man has the strong est incentive to save and in vest to the limit of his ca pacity. The judicious selec tion of securities is a matter of knowledge and discrimina tion. Our experience Of nearly half a century is at your service. Send for Circular No. 1685 Conservative Inrostmeat Bonds SpencerTrask&Co. 25 Broad Street, New York ALBANY BOSTON CHICAGO Members Now York Stock Kichange 57 Hydro-Electric, 57 of the electric output of Consumers Power ComDanv comes from its Hydro-Electric piants. 74 Communities Served The bonds or debentures of this Company offer...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

5a 6 An Incentive to, Save (, As. the prices of, goods ami materials advanced bond pricds declined.' It Is be lieved that the cost of liv ing has reached its peak ana consequently it would sown Wise to buy high yielding, bonds, as both principal and income .should increase In valua- with . tha gradual return of more normal living costs. For investment suggestions writo for Circular No. BX-79 A.B. Leacb&Co., Inc. Inceslmcnt Securities 2 Cotfar Street, Nw York Chlrato Boston Buffalo ClTolnd I'hilsdelphla Minneapolis Baliiaotf INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES for INVESTORS OF . MODERATE MEANS HIGH taxation oa laige in comes has tended to de tlci t capital from Public Utility i-.d Industrial Bbnds into Tax Hempt Government and Municipal issues. This is ono , f t he many reasons why it is r ssiblc to purcha'se conservay tac securities of the former typo v.. Hi attractive yields at. the I 'c.ent time. Our airrtnt U$t ef overflies ifii be sent upon rtfuut. BLiODOETT HART &'CCHi 42 Broadway...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

10 M t ft H 5 us. 1 .1 1 I' IK The CONTINENTAL and 1 Statement of Condition February a8, 1920' Continental and Commercial National Bank Resources Time Loam 3171,420.769.58' D tin and Loans 00,108,481.30 Acceptances... ... 620,602.71 Bonds. Securities etc 10,001,109.03 ' $288.000, 138.G2 U. S. Bonds and Certificates of Indebtedness 13,548,802.14 Bank Premises (Equity) 0,000,000.00 Other Real Estate 32,045.00 Customers' Liability on Letters of Credit 7,021,277,72 Customers'Liabi!ityonAcceptoncej(asperContra). 10,072,830.10 Overdrafts . 88.780.80 Cash and Due from Banks I 1 15,748,530.53 L i ab Capital Surplus Undivided Profits lleserved for Taxes... . . Circulation . Bills Payable with Federal Rejerve Bauk Rediscounts with Federal Reserve Bank Liability on Letters of Credit Liability on Acceptances Deposits Individual 9181,133,840 Bonk 158,831.657, Continental and' Commercial Trust and Savings Bank Resources Time Loans ; $24,600,6097 Demand Loans. ". $28,110,027.35 , Bonds and Securit...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

THE .SflN AND, iim YQftK HBRI),. TUffiPAY, MAflQH, 9,, 1920, Vi . W W"K "Mm IIM1IIII i.i m ii 11 1 in rrti mix i'i - UPWARD VIOLEHTIY Pniv hnscs Mrire.y- in 'issues f Affected by Supreme Court Decision. Ue curb wmlon was foaturoil yt,- 'tcntoy. y wldo movement tn Hoclt. of tonipanlcs wwiii me or have declared alocK aiviacnaii us result of the Supreme Court doclslon on tfjat subject, Klrst report which reacted the market wcro thnt gucli dlvjf Unit vera inxablf, but,; ft' later an nouncement mated that they' were not. At flrst Hie market broke, and losses of two to five points wcro common, hut twins p0tm ai,ni,rt4 In the market and athurp upward movement toolc place, v.iturally when the first' report .MiM the market attention turned to W Standard Oil group. Uld were with 'drawn and most lending Iwuea Buffered heavily. liuyuiR quickly disposed of losses, nd advances of ten to more than fifty points were made when the true decision was made public. Standard Oil of Now Jersey featured th...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW ORK HERAlfo TUESDAY, 3VTARQH g, 1930. 18 SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD mi mi NOTICE to THE SUN AND THE NEW XORK HERALD'S Ship Neivs Office is adjacent to the Barge Office at the Bot tom. 'Tclcvhone 1572 Broad. V w ' If CLOSING Transatlantic Mailt. TUESDAY. HA11CII 0. South Africa t also, parcel post malts fr tlslon of South Afrlfg. jMfaatand Pro tectorate. rrtuotie East Africa. Ijortajr; .ol Southern Itbodeala and South West Africa Protectorate, itr HsIsrtU. 10 Ait (MP 10:30 A'Ml!irItr (Greece ): also parcel pott malls for Olbraltar and Greece, itt rresldtuts Wll- ''nawV'JiMea and West Asia (), tr Bot1 rieorre. 8 AM ' O:30 AM). Germany iIS also Parcel post malls for Cjf. uisnr, -Auitrls led CMcbo-SIovasla. tr Carlo. 1 VU' WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10. Vratir. ll.leim. Roumanla. Bulearla. Lniem. nurg, i.xecno-iSiovaB.a. .iiiKo-aiavia, ircnwuu, Trieste, Orrrneu-Auatrla, Poland, SwlUrrland. Italy. Emit'. flreee, isjrtwal. TurkfT. hjryot. I'.rilltli India. British Kat...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

DOWNTOWN SALES PEATDRE MARKET Estates Part With Long Hold Properties to Business Firms for Occupancy. Wni. A AVIilto & Sons sold for . o --' .. .- j . - n. I . I. l- HoWcn, Hie four story bulldlmr. 22.9. 491 at 109 Duano street. The concern hju occupied 201 Duano utreet, corner Washington street, adjolnlwj. for the nail fllicen r'' "u i''ii7 recently resold to C. V. Smith & Co. I. U.ni.ncv. I'. Wlllla Holden ot 9T Wsrreu street, Is the, owner of record of 1)0 Duano street Operator Iliiya riottiiRe. wminm H. Whltlnr &'Co. old for I JftmM c, Coleato et al. tho six etory SbullJInK 10 Oold street, 21.7x105.10; also 111 flVO HO' UWIIUIHH UHtWHJ- III IIIU rear, ut 211 l'eurl street, 21.10x122.2, to Harry Aronson. These properties havo been In the seller's family for over forty fH Aronson a few days ago Acquired the block front in Oold street, from John to I'latt street. Among hie moro recent purchases Is the I'ottcr Ilulldlntr, ot the junction of Nassau and Heekman streets vnr...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

MF'W'" "rTwwTJW WTf,s"'fwrlwir"""u1T" "ir"'"'-1'wr','TTr t--i-: ","?- "rj'r'Tvf -?'i- ' 'fx-':- Ti" Mi, 1 ft v . f f if Borough of nrooklnSale or Kent, Entire Building FOR RENT SIZE 75X36-BRICK 3 Floors-EIectiic Elevator Fireproof; rent $300 Will Sell for 32,000 Kntrancc at 174 DUFFIELD ST. BROOKLYN Near Department Store Section M.P. PUBLISHING CO. 175 Duffield Street BROOKLYN MODERN FLATBUSH HOMES JOHN.REIS CO., ( f FLATBUSH AVE., BROOKLYN Tele phono Flatbuth 1400 DETACHED two fsmlly house. IT rooms, all Im provements; nu Brlghtim line; price 13,0(M; detactud. fine home, eight rooms, two baths, iood looatJon, $33,000; ierm arranged. C. fi. llATTEIlsLKY, 1810 Xewklrk t.. or pbone Kenmore 7.010. r- OSS 551 NOJTRAND A LjAtrEiTAttD BROOKLYN: N.V. .-FAMILY BRICK$1 1,750. Good Invratment: near officii; act quick, CLAHKK, 197 Ralph t.. Brooklyn. Borough of QueensSale or Rent. AT RICHMOND HIM. SOUTH, lane runon it. "I, market ,1 fferts av. to Greenwood ar. want on. Mori south e 1 1 llnmaa ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

the M$M' m lSSiSfi$ ' M V1 ' 2 't ' ,' f-f-r- Is . " '"'"'".r ' '""-''vi-n, , l.-,.i,iri,l i :,,,,',,, f EIJ VANTftDMAE3. rarOQUNTAW I""""', asiwHaiwsu, amii.ru, injua iUAn, 55, Prilili Winners. MQt' riedi tax .pMistun trniient; firm- unirartWtiD on UVUi usiUm,oo. .ftbcijt tookki-irfti corporation, partwrthln fjllwi private famllyi iUr ubu, John TeSla.l rvaionalio charges, Greene, JUT Jt .,727 ii sr. Oir Owil, ffl.1 T.niilual lIutialOK. IV Itobon. Cfoft. IT&uM A& vs lit Hw.aiih i uniW.t.nas ttaffn'MieiiM. closod. miullea by eipert ac- twaat.e. v. eua-uur.iu. irsw stoate.,.. - i ' W! .1 ..n.r aiiM on ladrara and nfflea rf k'nl cxperlonco on ledgers and oltlet ori V. J: c position with rerublo concern! ...tah nnnu or rcicronces. ai. iviii- jj,ir, VI Stockholm st, Brooklyn. jjOOKKBKl'Ult-accountant, $$, expsrl-' enred rjport. ,?"'"-, m.,M"ur !,.,: poMilnns M. 'i J. "cUowin. J-T west i:th t Joffptm-. W Mil !, "?yn. fiBoKKCH'Kll'Uaur clortf leak connoc I ti" ! i tJ'i'i "t"1"" 0PP...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 March 1920

22 4' PERSONALS, CtOSr.T. or Closer. lllcbMl, ten ef ritrlck tail Manraret. of Manehaater. EUid, for. ntrtr from litUndi about 0 yeiw In Xw Vor: auppoawl kpt hotel. II or rnlldrea ipplV to 1.1U UlCOELU Birrliler, Htratfort. Ontario. J- u .. ... .rll It without power of attorney or written order tlxoed bT T: toijld not collect IniurtDce Jf l,uW M'lene eend It. nollKKT. SV wife, Lillian It. llenUel of 3W Wth t.. Brooklyn, N. V.. left my home March f., IKO. I m not rejponelble paraonally for nr debte Incurrad by her. OHM PI.KA8E TAKU .NOTICE: Any one by vi or Sophia Co.. or Khoar melden nam wan 8ot)!i:. ""ok. and who knew me In New Toric city ti ,jara ao, PleajJ .nmmunleate with DAIHV MES'rO.N. al Eet Prrr t- Tiffin. Ohio. LOST AND FOUND. MTJCnALrirard paid for return of bUek lejther brief ca. loet Saturday. P. JI.. taxi from Madliorc Square to JJd at.. Lackawanna Ferry: contalnlnt PPerj, book. Ac. of value to owner. H. C BHOwN, stror.d Theatre, Jereey City. I'hone Bergen emerald and p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

hje A HAPPY BLENDINCL The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preserves the best traditions of each. In combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than cither has ever been on its own. WEATHER FORECAST. Partly cloudy and warmer to-days to morrow' fair; fresh south winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 40; lowest, 94. Detallt wtatatr reports wlU t rou u eatUrlal il4 AND THE NEW YORK HERALD PRICE TWO CENTS , THREE CENTS "J INS AND ELSEWHEim $ VOL. LXXXVII.NO. 192-DA1LY. . NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1920.-rvl T. IN NEW YOIUC CITY AND SUBURBS.! ON THAI BEER AND WINE REFERENDUM IS OFFER OF 6.0. P. 1 Albany Leaders Hope by Compromise to Dodge Prohibition Issue. DKOr PRESENT BILLS Mm Also to Pass on the Adoption of the Vol . stead Law. WETS SHY AT SCIIEME Gillctt'Asserts IIo Will Insist on Presenting His Sano' Measure. Iptclal to Tni 8uh and New Toss Ribald. Albant, March 9. -Republican lead era of the Legislature offered to day a compromise programme, tho chief fcaturo of which ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

c f- THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERA1J), WEDNESDAY, MARCg 10, 102a upon the Power trtth which w Wfit ..rt . ..lllj.la.tvt rtMttrtftnti ft9141 HflAVoIn ouno ci inviioiit vvtlHi" " M ' Able, but I should Ilk to takt this oc casion to rspenl wiiai i navs aiu foro that I believe the feellhtf bten this country and Franco has nlwaya bn i iAttti1tln Wa h.tvA hfln our WHO Ul 1CI iivttt.-. .... - ... , aifforenceu and occasionally criticise fflcn outer, DUl 1 mm wu . -t'jeen the two countries la very deep lid very slron. I think, a Brest debt r tho clvlIUed world I due to France. it a Creat gratitude. 1 ehould rather lay, for her wonderful services In tho w. After nil, It was Franco that boro the brunt of the attack. IleAurs France' Attllnde. "I do not think that France Is in the '.east militaristic. I think she dtstrea to have protection nualnst repetition of iuch sufferings as she lias endured, and I think that Is a feellnj which we all must share. I am sorry that It has been wild by the Preside...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

aW THE SUN NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1920. -. rt BRITISH LABOR VOTE ON COAL TO-MORROU? Minors Will Ask Genera Striko to Nationalize the Mines'. TOOK CHANCE OP WINNING Trade Union Congress likely to Prefer a Political Campaign. tptritil, rnbte Dtipaleh to Tn Sm akd Nw York Hku. VopyrioM, , by Tns Sc m Nsw Yoiik 1UHUV London, Marcli 9. The future ot the British labor movement probably will bo dtclded In the Trade Union Congtws ,nlch meets Thursday, when tho miners -vlll demand that the congress authorize the calling of a general striko to enforce nationalization of the coal mines. If beaten m this, the miners will ask that Mrlke uctlon to advance wajros bo con sidered. The chances which the miners have of carrying ir.t confrrogs la recanted as ."mall, since the c6ngress probably will prerer a. political campaign In nreiuratlon for the next general election. This Is emphasized by the fact that the ote for the railway men In their strike was In favor or the railway workers b...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK flBRALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH; 10, 1020. BORAH IS FIRST ! IN IDAHO, BEING ; 'FAVORITE SON' Toll Shows Wood as Second , Choice, hut Delegates Are Not Instructed. COOLIDOE IS "WELL XIKED Palmer and Bryan Letod Demo crats, With JIcAdoo and Hoover Also Favored: ' IDAHO United SUtts Senator William E. Borah i clearly the first choice of Re publicans of Idaho for the nomina tion for President, as Indicated In the poll of county chairmen taken by Tin Uvn aw Nw York Herald. Major-General Leonard Wood Is the acoond choice, according to the tabula tlon of the- returns. The 1920 Issue, as vlsuaJired by the Idaho Jlepubllcans, w economy In the national ndmlnlstratlon and an economic ji....t nf iiiincfl( Uirouehout the country. Coupled with these seems toj a prevalent opinion uiai mo f Nations wltl play a large part In the j20 campalcn, expressed with the de sire that U might be settled, so that at tention might be centred on more im portant maters. The Democratic party is In ta...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOUR HERALD, WEDNESDAY MARCH 10, 1920. 4 ONE HOOVER TICKET FILED FOR PRIMARY CTJsts Oloso WIthl7ith District Faction Opposing. Ticffular 0. 0, J?. Slate. i 3IISS OHOA.TE CANDIDATE : - Democrats Sending: 8 "Women j From Kings nnd 5 From r Manhattan. Tim for fiHnc petition far candidate for Ucleirntos to tho national conventions to be voted for n tho prlmarlci on April 6 expired at midnight last night, In opposition to tho organization Re publican slato In the Seventeenth district n petition was filed fdr a ticket pledged for Herbert Hoover for President. t It contained more than -1,000 names "for Julian S. Myrlck and Miss Mabel Choate iii delegates, and James S.jCushman and Miss Kdlth Percy 'Morgan as alternates, " he latter Is a niece of Herbert Parsons, .indldate for delegate on tho organiza tion slate In tho district, William M. Bennett, who Is conducting tho fight for Senator Johnson In this city, filed petitions for Johnson delegates In opposition to the organiza...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

6 x i& . THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARdfl v10, 1920. BRITAIN AHDU.S.IH Aviation Officers at Acronau tlcal Show Mmit Big Sea piano Contest. HUGE CRAFT TO BE ITCILT, Italy Plans Aerial Voyage From Homo to Brazil in Glaut Machine. AUhouih Secretary Par.le!;,bat Je. tied that the Navy Department I build Ins a lnt WPtan to crow the ractflo, British and American aviation officer who attended the Second National Aeronautleal Exposition In tha Seventy, first Itetfiment Armory, admitted yes terday they knew Crrat Britain and the United States are racing to bo flnt to bridpe the ocean. Weut-Commander r. N. L. JJelliicer, ivho commanded the seaplane that fell near tho Atorca .In the trana-Atlantlo ttirM hurt heard that'clan have been completed by (lie JN'ayy Pepartment for the construction or n giant cuiiio, equipped with nine Mbcrty motors and having a IW span, pt approximately Ut feet. Commander Uelllneer save It as hla opinion that a machine of this type could easily crow ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

1- T TE SPyftAND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAftCH Q, lfljjk 44- . .i i 1 SOCIMTMEW BR DECIDED IN WEEK (Tadiclnry Committee "Will Hold Executive Session Next Tuesday. CROPPER TELLS OF earnings were 1515,000, and February wilt probably equal that sum. Its pre I f erred stock carries with It tho right to tlH" Si convert at any time a share Into two shares of common. INCOME TAX BRIBE i uit crnr nonrnc ncr BROWN ENDS AHGtfMENT Black, for Accused Assembly men, Cites Palmer Letter in Ills Koply. fftoM to Tnn Bon Atro Kiw Toik nnuu. Albant, March 9. Aaklng for the unneatlnir of tho Avo Boclaltat Asoombly men becauao of tho disloyal position taken by their party, Eton It Drown, former Senator, completed to-day tho gumming up. Final briefs will bo sub mitted next week, and on Tuesday, March 16, the thirteen members of the committee will have an executive- Beulon lor their first discussion of tho case. No ono seems to doubt that the As rembly will unseat three and probably nil live of tbo So...

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

tut .ft 8 f - If fr i "3 SAYS PROHIBITION COTS POLICE POWER Aiumcnt of Bhoflcr Island and 3rassnchiiBet(3 Based on Slate JlfghtB. jjl UIG I'HIXCIPIE INVOLVED Solicitor-General Asserts That Amendment Gave Tower to Act With the States. WUHiycrox, Mirth Presentation ef rsumtr.ts In cxki frota Rhode Isl and rnl MaiMChuaetUi atUtifc the valMlty of the prohibition amendment to tle Constitution were CnUhM to-dxr in the Supreme Court. The ease front Kentucky i" he dUrocf tnrrow, ' sfttT which the question will be kit for derision. Counsel for thou attacking the rowidroent continued to arsue that It was revolutionary and Invasion or States rfchts. . . . Tou are now cotslnr to a forte m use tokL one leading- to the power of amendment and the other lacklo lte Constitution." ltvy Ma yer of Chleaeo told the Coart In opentee for the Ken tucltr complainants. -The verr proper I tJon U ftawerlnx. There U no diSer TOte If we dlscun whiskey. t,. CT, cotton. I rise above ,he JUtl this deals with whiske...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

J i , THE STjtf ANb" feW YORK WlWDAY, MARCH 10, flffcO. r SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD 1 1 4 COAL MINERS SEEK 60 PERCENT. RAISE Operators Meet Union Men Here to Discuss Demand. Whether there Is ;o bo a general strike In the nnthraclto coal Held of r-ennsyl. v.mla. nffectlDff directly 17C00O work men anil menacing the domestic fuel supply of the cntlro North Atlantic sea board, probably wilt be determined In a eerlcs of conferences which besan here yesterday In the Pennsylvania Hotel. It In hoped to reach an nmlcable agree ment on the new warns scalo formulated b" the men la August, to become effective March 31 on the expiration of th present contracts. After a Joint conference lasting two hours, during which nothing but good fee ing waa displayed either by tne operators or the miners, It was- agreed that all the matters In controversy be referred for consideration to a subcom mittee composed of four operators and four representatives of the miners' nnd mine workers' Int...

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

,-. I r AND THE NEW YORK HERALD, FOUNDED J8J3-18J& NBW TORK. WgDNE8PAYtlAR. 10. H. tub BUK.HBnAW cdnPoitATiirr, Btwarr, Vice-president and Treasurer; K. It. Tltaenniioo, n NEWSSTAND MUCES. n.uv lira roll av ltr d W (nil. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RA.TBS. wi..l..4f.nl Oat One DAILY sii" "anfi iu DAILY only. ill .s .40 .0O 3.33 SUNDAY only, i-anau . umMrol Sunday editions. FOREIGN RATES. OAJiTMir... ... rij m mid. "hg to The Sun-Hcrald. European stdlUsn. n i. r.n rf.. In (ha Tt Sundsy. nvmrs. 40 AVENUE DB pauis UfoVmation concerning advertlalnj for tha European Edition may ba obtained from th main Now York ttSe. The Associated Press Is 'euttitr en- tltlsd to the us, W.WtKV , novo despatches credited to It or not JthAwto. credlttd in this paper and alto the local new published herein. ...., All rights of republication of ipeclal despatches nerein If our frlenda who favor us with """P; aeilptVJn" illustrations for publication wish "ha, rejected article, l?" In 11 casea aend atampa for that ...

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