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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

,VyvA Us THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920. rff SEVEN PERISH IN ONE OF 5 FIRES; 2 MORE MAY DIE , v :irk Mother Is Burned li. ii til "While Trying-to Me Two Children. 31 V FAMILIES IN PERIL .'p.. i'ii ther Adds to Difficul ties in Kiirli tin r Winzes nt J'ivc Different Points. bur' i n ' H. , i-mis loft their Uvea and i iMRtf estimated nt more than iu. ramfil yenterilay by five Manhattan, lirooklyn, Vonkerf, i ml Newark. Mont of tile, flre.i - l whilo the tliermomtti'r resls- i or below, anil more than a ! 'mi.lies were forced into the. th firemen had gri'at Ulf- - 'tihllni? the ll.imes owing to . , roM. which froze tho water - t lunia (runt the nozzles o( , . w.is one o( the busiest thfl irment o( New York has had '...irs. with lxty-eiKht alarms - .i n .ind Uniokly.i alone u,) to i- lit nltfht, and about as many it)itr three boroughs o( the Must o( these alarms were fires caused by leaks In , r - .Hi.ms setting of( the alarms , . .iiy and water and heating .! ! i...

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. — 2 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MOib, 1'EbivUAR 2, 1920. MS BIG JOHNSON '( o u,t ch,ri.y. lDRIVE IN NEW YORK I WUlirtm Ilcnnelt Mnnngor in This State, to Seek IMnco on "Wff Four." KNOWN AS A FIGHTER Vigorous Cnmpiiin to lie Con ducted Here for the Cali fornia Senator. It Is not ;itl unlikely, Indeed It la nulto probable, that the boom for United Mates Senator Hiram W. .lohnBon for ,tlirt Ilojmbllcan I'rcslih'ntlnl noinlniitlon will jnake more noise In New York Ktate than nny other of the various camli- tiadleR. William M. llwinett has been ehoscn as tho Johnson manaiter for thlf Stale, und ltepuMlraiw here know "Hill" Hen jiett for a fighter. Whllo the plan have, .not been definitely made. It Is itnld to be well within the range of possibility lmt Mr. Itnnnett will plaee hunfelf In nomination us a rnnilldale f"r deleRate at larRO In oppos lion to the lour to be I oc-ommcwlci' i the uiiotllf.nl State -on-ventlon, who . ill be unlnttructed. no conlliis to present plans. At tho Johnson me...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920. V DRYS FEAR TRAP , COPELAND FLU PLEA IN FLU WHISKEY, HALTS 'HEAT' STRIKE Anderson Dcoluros Tls Advo cacy for Medicine Is Work of I'roiinjrandisJ tsk I'l.MXBNF'fliiiCHMKNT i .!... Tii n .ii.-iu. it : 1 1 .MI''"''""L "'".Health D6artn.mi Continual from First Vagr. iiiniVn liledsro that lie would make tho ""f" keep their prom lues, riw olmlrmnn, j0Wh MuntcriYrlne vice-president of tho union, al,l that ho Knew f th strike n.mo public sentiment nnl (ho press would condemn It, lie "outfit thn men could not rfrford thla nml urped that they cooperate with tho .j!lii tiie (iovcnior Ciinnec to I'se Vclo. ii i s ilncii IiMriio Is exceed ,. ns!e of (.low Smith's and .in s contemplated stand on i f I'lilnr'cltig,' prohibition. , ... n Ft-es HlnlHter.,lnUuonceH I . . . .iiK'ii at work In Albany ' , i,im!u:iI )iiti'snlon. William ii, Stale Hiipcrlntcndent of .if nut y-sterday In a Mr . :i.rc View I'otifireKatlonal i ti Plains, and In a type ' ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

THE' SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920. rs KEPEAL OF EXCESS PROFITS TAX URGED TO REDUCE HIGH COSTOFTG 1 1 J INDUSTRY'S LEADERS URGE UNITY TO CUT LIVING COST Continued from Pint boge. war period, which will always ho the main factor in keeping living costs within lKiundsf. IIMukIII.... I1w mil1t. 111 ..nmwitlll.i fl-lllllU thmUCll tllft nflVFI)Il DCfS and miiBarlnos Id dolnc much to turn our thoughts niul nctlvltlos In tho right direction ami ciwrves every eiicunwinciu. URGES RETURN TO 56 HOUR WEEK FOR TWO YEARS AND CAREFUL BUYING OF NECESSITIES ONLY By WILLIAM M. WOOD, President American Woolen Company, In my humble opinion the most practical and sensible, way to reduce tho high cost of living Is to do away with the cost of high living by pnic 1'slntr strict economy and utmost thrift and by working diligently, produc ing inoro the world over. Ity so doing I believe the cost of living can I'radimlly he brought down. Thero Is a hlmrlnue of commodities tbe world over: a...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

71 THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONpAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920. DRIVE FOR ARMENIA OFF WITH $921000 Three Weeks' Cninpnlgn for Fund Opens With Mooting at ilio Hippodrome MEXICO RELEASES TWO U. S. AIRMEN Lieuts, Davis and Grimes Go to Laredo, Tex. San Antonio, tx Feb, J. V. Davla nnd O, R Grit AID 1.IIGEXTLY 1. I.louts. Grimna. United fllntcs aviators, who liavo been .held by .Mexican authorities alneo Wednesday last, when thoy mnile a forced landing near Guerrero, wore released nt Nuevo Laredo tlila aftornoon nnd crossed the Vl.TllT'T 1 1,10 0rnmo to I-aredo, Tex. Col. J, K. AIjIjIIIjU , Kcchot, Southern department air nor- vico olllcer, announced this news tonight." Secretary Dun ids, J. W. Gor an, A brum T. Ellens and Hublri Wise Principal Speakers. hi f SD21.000 were announce! yes. afternoon nt a meeting In tho Tho aviators worn released by order of Qcn. Iteynnldo Garza, commander of tho garrison nt Nuevo Laredo, after a conference with Major Julian I Sanez, commander nt Mntnmoroa, who...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

II to it i , 1920 THE SUN ANi; h$W YuKK MlSKALD, toO,..J,;U', ; . -v SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL' PARTS OF THE WORLD 1 I-PKIMARY BILL READY THIS WEEK Mcnsurc Provittrs Ilefcvondnm on Qiicntion of Restoring PartV Conventions. STATU SKXATK JS IHISI Assembly Force., to Marti Time Oniiiff to Inquiry Into Ouster of Five Socialists. . Alba;.".', Kcl). 1 -The New Vork As sembly Is marHliiB time wln:,' to the Invcstlipilloti ot llio eligibility nt th: j five Soelaltet nicinliei. but the Sen Me Is foitflns Rltesil in the Kmlslatlve j march tind Is nmftlni? r.toady prorcw. i Tlic work of tho up;r hout-o In tho next tvo wetkaAvlll bo dovotod almost entirely tlic introduction of bllli, and by tho middle of tbo month com- tjilttco hearlnus should bo In full swln:;. - One of tho Important inc!inin? w he Inirodiicsd In ImIIi hoacs of tho l.cz Islaltiro this wck will bo a bill to provide for n rcfii'eiidiiin at tlm sprlti.; prlni.irlf-ri on the old (piostlnn of ro .,..illnir tho direct m unary law to as...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920. PEACE TREATY BIG BLUNDER, BRITISH EXPERT ASSERTS John Mnynard Keynes's Book on "The Economic Con sequences of Peace" Calls for Radical Revision of Document. ID I'll l II. I'UAVATir. n r The Kconomli! Coma' I Or I'fllir," hy John ,l(iii li viic. fi'cio YurU I'ui; (i.i f, liruvc (l. Kl lloicc. . lo:iwl'rit liut 011 said , w , ,.l't' l ljuoli Willi an uninviting iltic iv 'i '' I'V '"' IJnglliitman iilmost liol uiiU'ci.n In United Stntes , 1 oU tl' '' i" I'Kcly to take Us rank ,,,, c,,.i '1 ntnkliiif Itool;. It linit bren ,,, ,j, 1 'j niiiili eailler In Knsl.mtl, .. 11 nrlilrvetl pDiimtlonni ri,t T.i" 'irsi rtltltin wan ex- 1, 1 v.i 11 fri -I'Mit hours lifter . 1 .111,1 If author Ntiitdnly I- ii. . ,1, , 1 . 'i ill nr 1 nu nuiir. . 1- 1 1 vl iliirlnsr or blucc llin ar , , '..1,1 mii ii .1 smveps an tills ,m. l"!n .1 Knitllsli l.lbcrnl I publication to lo ',. M iii 'lil.i: ll .U lies happened ulnco , , 11, mi c ' ami prupIit'Hles tha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

IK nrobJri wage try. renc l nor, lis? t; a p or' AVI CoV on ho ho r Ml had . long iind tt w w 1 H, i if 0 tt 4 v w 12 AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDKD 1M3-USJ. NEW YORK. MONDAT, FEU. 2. 1820. TUB BU.V-HKRALD CORPORATION Publishers, HO Broadwty. Frank A. Muniey, President, rnrln Wardman. Vice-president! Wm. T. Dewart. Vlce.pnsldent and Treaaurer; It. 11. Tllherlngtnn, Secretary. NEWSSTAND riUCES. Dally, two tnU m ropy In Neir York rlly "nil mburb and Uire rnl else wlierei tiunday, die cnts e-UenherT, ten nts. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION HATES. East of Mississippi Hirer: Ono Six One Dr Mall, Postpaid. Tear. Months. Month DAILY A SUNDAY .$11 M.0 11.00 DULY 00 , 00 4.10 .It SUNDAY only 4.00 J.2S ,4J 8UNDAY only, Canada 00 3.25 ,J For all polnta writ of th Mississippi niver add It a year for dally or dally and Sunday edition. FORKION HATES. DAILY tt SUNDAY.. J 0O $1J 10 IJ-40 DAILY only 11.00 .00 l.M SUNDAY only J.U M All checks, money orders. c, to be mails payable to The Sun-Herald, European Edi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

i 1 ROYALTY OF GREECE AT LEEDS WEDDING ' Ollipr l'nnees and Princesses Spp I'rjnce Christopher Take Anicricnii Bride. Q1KKN MOTH Kit PRESENT jpliii)ii Ceremony in Vcvoy 1'ollow.s Civil One in flcnovn' Oi'ciirs in l.nssimi Chnrcli. ,i , inpM-li to Tub Si v ami Nkw Y.iiik llKiuin. ,i i ITU. ' rftfAM rftftrnl. V, i - Mrs. William Bale ,i. i f Ni w Ysrk city nnd Ioii . married lo Prince Christopher , here this afternoon. It xvns n.mti.'Sl ceiomony and followed m 1 ! til niiiiiy performed in Geneva r r mui.- hue was held In the p. ,. it i.i. i ii iii.'Ii ami xvas brilliant. .i, r, i piesent practically the en t, t urcr'i routt excepting Kins Alex umlfi' 'a-ner. King Constnntlne, who drposcd '"llP aml the (j bur l:ir ent tlielr represenln ; .j ,i, nr'l iin theli- two sons mid . daugi ters. Members of King , , gamine's fninlly who came to the vfiiimp included ths former Crown it e. the Puke or Spnrtn, Trince Paul, )r,Tvr llelone. Princess Irene, Prin ,f$ i .ittienne ami nephews and nieces ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

14 1 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920.; American Liglty & Traction Standard G.ts & Elec United Liglit & Ry. By-Products Coke Du-Pont Chem. Pfd. Granada Oil Indian Rfg. Coin. & Pfd. Curtiss Aeroplane Pfd. .Goodyear Tire Oubber 7 Pf. Moline PIow 1st Pfd. v' National Motors Packard Motors Com. & Pfd. l&rtou LachentaclL & Co. 4,1 Hx-oad. Strict, ewYirKj cvAoo ECTEorr pumiseuto prrrsauggH FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT JJeqlinc in Foreign Kxcliniifie' Hns Hurt Americnn Trade. ALL WORLD AFTEK GOLD j Expenditures, Tublic and Vri- vnte, JHist Be Reduced Progressively. pats In furtiter ans to foreign naUon the task my have to be entrusted to forejftn bank cooperatlr.s with our own tanks and Investment trust. ThU would be th natural way to provide for tuch loans were wi not In shape to handle thsm. Hut the need are w great that some of the shrewdest bank ers of the United States have reached the concluilon that a Government guarantee of somo sort w...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

SIM AND NbVT HjRAD, IuODAY, ;iwJAiwi Ated, MOto AND EXCHANGE. " r Tuesday j S.Wl 1 3.(1 3.V. 3.104 1.IS5 t.MU 3.51 S.C04 t.m , Catitea nirh. iw, Monday H.M JfJ' Tueaday I 13 03 Weilneiday 13.15 13.(0 Thursday 13.10 U.:3 Friday 13.20 1331 Saturday 13.30 13.37 , Demand- Last 12.53 13.il 13.38 13.18 13,28 13.36 tvtaneiaay .., 3,c:u Thuriilay S.Wtt ifrlday s.sivi Saturday ,. J.MU , 'Hlcrf. Monday ..JJ.siu Tuesday , 3.67(4 Wednesday 3,53 Thuraday 3.SI Friday 3.C3 Saturday , J.U ' PAma. SffirhT Monday 12.17 Tuesday 12.70 Wednesday , 13,17 Thursday 13.13 Friday 13:2 Saturday 13.33 CALTj MONEY FOR WEEK. ' All Tniln.trl.t. Open V Hlah M 'Open '. 7 ilsn. ...... ....... ..20 . i FREE OF THE UNITED STATES NORMAL INCOME TAX. TAX EXEMPT IN OHIO. -Cables-Iw, S3. 694 J.Mll J.D0VI 3.Mi S.C04 S.Mii Demand Low. 12.55 13.03 13.4 J 13.37 13.35 13.39 INDUSTRIAL PREFERRED STOCKS lw , , 7 Ltut h Tnst. $3,554 3.65 8.63 3.624 1.8114 3.61 r.t :. Yeflr'a Ii th va Year i hlh..M....a) Year" low 6 $15,000,000 TIM...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

16 THE SUN AND NEW YokK HkaLD, toOiNiY, fWnuiKY 2, 1920. HEAVY DECLINE IN EXPORTS PROBABLE ftntionul City Bank Says Out look Causes Feeling of Uneasiness. iPOKK SHIPMENTS FALL Jrninfeiuiiico of Trade Activity Most Notable Fact, of the Month. The weak point In thi IiiihIiicnh situ ntloii, wlilch elves careful observe! h a fcollnfr of uneasiness, Ib the threat of n marked docreara In cxportH from tho United States, nccordlnc to the inontlily circular of the National City Hank, which doea not set) how exportB can bo on at tho present rato nnd apprehends that a heavy decline In exports may have a depressing- effect upon domestic prices and General Industry. The letter calls attention to tho de cline In Krk product exports from the United States In tho last two or threo months nnd says that Hhlpmcnts of Imt tc." are, now being received In New York from Denmark. Tho letter continues: "The premium on dollar oxehunse Is a factor In this movement. Kxports of notion have been heavy durlnp the...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

THE SUN AND NWW YORK pRALD, MONDAY, , FEBRUARY 2, 1920. H-r FEDERAL RESERYE ! r. r iTtr nm i mnnrnnm DIAIMMI i Holdings of Wnr Taper In-J crenso Owing to .Recent Ifc-vislon in ttnto. i OTHER BILLS HEDUCED COURT CALENDARS, v - i UNITED STATES DISTRICT COUIIT, Southern District, Bofore Learned Hind,, J,-lloom Jit, Toil (Mire Building, at li:Jo A. N. Criminal viucuuar, I'uul Hacks and JllllUS llolll. Paul Harks. I'aul Hacks. Atloiiih Wotser and Jluritz UoMileln. IIowui'il II Wood and E York Amu, Gi-orgo .L cower, Samson Rosenblatt, ."'iimiirl I cheii md aummii Weinberg, Dfpllnc in Acceptances, TVitli,&e? - .... v a Qonf0 nnin. iMte Stllulu- 'J (MM r.il.n"ri 'ifovji.u vjhi" ; ins: for Week. i v fjlfi'. Ill h la Tnn Sc.i amd Nxw Tons HtnilD. V.S'' v '"m 1 ' WW"-...". ,1 I cO Holdings oi nr iiuiir, un- . , . V. . nAjliiAltntm In T i nt ier discounted mm ir.e H"tuu nrl acceptances held, aro Indicated In tin Vcder.il Itcservo Board's woel-.ly Milk rtntotr ot. War paper holdings U,TC.ir!...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

THE. SUN AND NEW YORK RERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920. 18 r BUILDERS SHOULD ORDER MATERIALS SllCcificntlonS SllOUld Ho Pllt: in Manufacturers' Hands to Insure Karly Delivery. pitirES heing stabilized Xiitllo Fear of Hadical Advance, but No Likelihood for low ering of Scale. Projectors of new btillillnR operations er ultcrntlons to exIstlnK building; are bolni? Hed by nil dlslnterstel anay Hats to wnsto no time In Kettlnc their material siiorlflcatlonN Into manufactur ers' hands If they contemplate KettlnB tholr work under way and well toward completion by the spring ol 1321, a; cording to the Dow Service Dally Uullding Reports to-day. Developments favoring such counsel featured the week Just closed and un fiuestlonably point ho way to a prom.it adjustment of many of the problems that have made the outlook for bul.d- lntr construction dubious, in mo inui- tor of car shortage Influence wre brought to bear upon tho Railroad Ad- nilnltrat!on at wnswngion oy po- fill commercial Interest...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

19 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920. foreclosure hales. hnMUJMU COURT, Countr Of Nw York, KWi parsons, PUint rr, against JJdEUAIIAN COMPANY. lUc., and lf.rLur.us"rics'l"of' JuOsmtm ot 'or. , ""J l:,.?u,,y,,,JftSr m hDiJfiSLf nPntJworkr. Jackton l .': ib iov-nlUIiJ action and bearing Telephone 8488 Harlem, t i lull Mil at public auction, at th ,1''' ?VJ,,nft VhH,ln"'' lc"" w.Mra i. in on'i""' ; -if-.v-v.v. r ".II IhoU UVU trilll m. iiirura ii- wu, certain lot. nieces or par- .i.h . HlkB r f land, wil l thi winning! thereon nil ! i..it, urtrt l,.lnr In fu. 1,,",,,1J"V fpotnt on tin -outhrly 1,;iV,'.L'TI-IiI''i ?"ur"l' " 'i Nun- JAVANKHI butlr, nnt cUu, dulrn po.ltlon; B,fl5n5lh Strati dl.tMi" m ttW '- i L"V! "'"''' Awn.tmmt. ilOfl I-n.i nr. ncelltnt chrctr. nlUblt' efficient! rcftr 0 ...Yrrly from th ioutliwtrly llAU' tlni pntltlou. flr 11 A. M.; lliht co. nc. Mlya. MO But CTth. VUu-tm. ln.',r of stiti Htreet and Vt KnU Ay. orrd. Unlaw, an Wt Mm. I JaFaNKMK ituiie...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

T ' TfExmt TS17rHnn,F OHDni)I0D K ICY STREETS FAIL TO HALT HARRIERS 'Adolph Pohrins Virst Homo iu ncc Held Under Adverse Conditions. MATHIS IX SECOND PLACE! .Tnni.-Smi Wins Fast Time Prize, ... unvion, Athletic, Lonmic Hun Although 11th. Despite the Ico covered streets and the. wintry winds which were blowing nt the time of the start eighteen burners of the Harlem Athletic League yester- lay participated In the league's monthly pr?e when won ,nn Habnna Han prlze handicap road run held over the (capi one nn( one.SXtCenth miles, hei Slornlngslde A. C.'s six mile course In i (,ee,,t,n(. fllrl). K00(1 field. The aiarlem. Not a single contestant failed et?1.c rBrrcd nt vn,ue(1 ot jii770. Dr. tJ complete the Journey, although the fQ. fome unaceovV)table reason, majority of them appeared exhausted j wafj thp outsl(lcr n ft fid,) 0f five, going at the end. ! n the oat at C to 1. while Lackawan- Adolph Pohrlng of the Mornlngslde A. C who only a few mnntns ago was fi novice, was the first of ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1923. ZJL in Win Pvl MJm I M. S w II l f 1 A L. BC M. M M. W K K . . V I m M. m Mm. J. M M M St g A. aT l M M W.J M J A aaF LXL af La II i K. LX 97 W M M M W M MEM -T C LA U Ma M L. I ' IT W K M W m MM ft . M s HOPES HERRMANN WILL LEAVE REDS jn That Way, .Tohnson Fig-iin-s He Could Retain Com mission Chairmanship. c HOW TO TORTURE YOUR HUSBAND J IWIGHTM AN OFFERS JM.AVIXG RULE CHANGES jIcyiHrr Wants Deliberate Passing of n Batter Done in a Less Conspicuous Way. ir WILLIAM 11. IIAXNA. ": . national commission muddle In I n-ust undergo a deal of clear- K uj i n successor for the chairman ,h p is to he found by the time August llerrirann s resignation goes Into effect rt nee' Ban Johnion, American Imjjp hctu. Is atlll strongly pro-Herr-rnr a as made known last week. , 4 - connection with that fact la the c-e tut Johnson has clung to the hope t t Hermann would see his way clear re' r ng from the Cincinnati club to t -air, . 'lalrmanshlp. ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1920. 22 SI 1. 1 GRAND STREET BOYS RECALL OLD TIMES 3Iorc Than 1,00 Gather at Dinner in Jlallroom of Hotel Astor. WEA171W OF EAST SIDE Stitch McCarthy, Governor of Barren Tsinnd, Acts as Chair man of liif: Event. "Voti tim Mf II for ymiiX'lvee,' said Stitch McCarthy frnm behind hi rollnr n ho waved an clofinnt hnnd toward ioro than 1,000 'ininil sireei pu lite an enormous and exclusively l reii'-ii meal In the Brand ballroom of the Hotel Aslor last nlKht. "that If It wnsn t that Grand street w.v what It Is It could never have produced surh a lot or millionaires who stnrti'd out as a Jot of nobody-at-iills and made all their money with their own heads. "There's Morris Marks, who writes Irish poetry. Morris calls It parodies, and let Morris icll It himself, ho ehoots crap. It was In my saloon at 83 Korsyth street that he lost 50'J on a fade" "Six hundred." corrected Mr. Marks. ".Six hundred on a fade," resumed Stitch; "and there's Phil ...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

...I. A , 7 V "WEATHER FORECAST.' Generally fair to-day and to-morrow; moderate west winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 375 lowest, 20.' Dttilltd weihr rporti wMlba found on th. editorial A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preserves the best traditions of each. In combination they cover a wide field and make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVII. NO. I HEATLESS CITY IN FLUSCOURGE Homo Vims Out Tomorrow I'uless To-Dny Brings Xew Armistice. 5101IK DKATHS 13EHTA1N Till MENACE LOOMS Viillii'i' Adds to Grnv- 'TAMMANY ASKS it v of the Crisis. WAS LOWER YESTERDAY Fewer New Cases and Deaths Were Reported From Roth Diseases. With tlio lives of thousands of In-fjoiu-i anil pneumonia patients at Cikf .ind zt'i'o weather forecast for to laoireu. laiiillonls and firemen failed ti rr.T li any agreement In their salary dispute ycMerday. Unless thero is an ilpvcrtli hour settlement to-day flres that l!at bote:!., apartment ho...

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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

HB SUN v AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920. ft 'i t I i J I, lug Britain may b changed. But f t1u I minor modification!! will be pretlml)Hiy to tho real fight on Monrot'uni nu Article X. The liurraflrur lUt that rntincatlon nll come Anally I bawd on expectation that tho Democrats will ac cept tluw without any nibitantuil clianec Prreliwiy how the Democrat can re fuse O' accept thfe two renervatlow In Ticw of whnt Viscount Grey lias written 1 not apparent. "1 ilii nut call Senator I,olg iuli'li ally to-day. how they can approve Mhat Vlwount (Jrey has atJ int criti cise tho ignition I huva tnticn, Jt l jiot Eolnic 10 be '"' ,0 D mo,f Ens15''1 than the lJnnllh." .... With hs Itfpubllcan iMitarahlp will ing to awpt wveral minor rbtinfc anil with rinat lirltaln and France prepared ' to tmsent tnost wllllnc'y to the recurva tion which herttofnre the Ailmlniotrv tlon liait iejctril on the ground that Ki;rope never would accept tr.frn. It will he difficult for Democratic Henato...

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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