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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

. wftrtikratf'v ' a & Mmnrrjjurma Mrmwmrrw yrmmmssv -wisp- .-rv. -- . r v'--- . v. -,,.,... . . n ". - . : ... . . :.'' . . -j ' , , . tl.s, .. "v. i. , i young Womera of Studio Club Hold Reception ii i I pi Jlr. AugtistHS Thomas Speaks on Behalf of Stage and Mr. Luis Mora on Art An Interesting reception was held last evening by tlir committee of manage went of the Studio Club of New York at street, so that thoWmbera might meet nfn and women who have attained prominence In tho worlds of art, music I nnd drama. The club 13 a branch ji the Y. W. C. A. nnd'lts members are young women who are studying dramatic art, 'musk, dancing and dlfercnt forma of literary work. Ills Grace, Elllston, for years associated with tho theatres of New York. Is at the head of tho club and the prfs Ided. Jlr. Augustus Thomas addressed tho gathering on behalf of the stsce and Sir. Luis Mora spoke on art. Tho fpcclal guests oi tlic evening were Mine. Jlarcella Scmbrlch, Mme Louise Homer, Miss Lydla Field ...

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

UMHWjnnmMUAnWiiib-,2tiMt4 .i n i i i 1 1 a i assiiSi i UHE' SUN AND NEW YORK , HER WEDNESDAY, MARCfl 10, 1920. 12 44-H- Legalized Boxing Gains Significantly Through a Favorable Committee RoTon Senator Wcs SENATOR WALKER'S BILL IS REPORTED Favorable Cominittco Action ' on Proposed Boxing1 legislation1. FIFTEEN BOUND BOUTS License Committee Plan As sures Safeguarding of the Sport. ipedal to Tnx Sex and New Yok Hebalp. Albany March 0. The Walker bill, legallilng boxing In New York Stato, was reported favorably to-day by the Senate Judiciary Committee by a vote of 9 to 3. It will come before the Ben ate to-morrow nnd probably will bo to tho Finance Commlttco for approval of tho new positions It creates. As finally nmendod the bill provides for fifteen round bouts, under a State commission nf three at jn.OOO a year, with, a licensing commltteo cv three, who will serve without pay. Fees are fixed for clubs stjslnc bouts at $750 In flrpt tints cities; JB00 In Bee end cluss cities; $300 els...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

THE SUN !AN0 NEW. YORK HER AID, WEDNESDAY, , MRCH 1Q, 920 Ruth, May's, Peck and Pipp Fad to Present Second Team of Yankees Ft6m Defeating Regulars by Sto 'I IUTH HITS DIRT ' IN BASE SLIDING ' . j ir , J 1 1 . i" ' r 11 a ag ivnr, iiftRimr.n to un t H3 iivo -- tho Ground in Trying to . Steal a Bug. jE0K RETAINS HIS SKILL Second Tcnm Dcfeate Regulars Wn-n Hits nrirl rin Error I Ull Xll in Third Inning. I ny WILLIAM D. UANNA. lo Tns Scs xd Nrw Yosk Hibaw. LatsoNvaW. Fla- M"111 3' An ar ,! of expert talent -which Included ri Mays. "Babe" Ruth, Roger Pekln- SSfb and Wallor P'PP ooul,dn't .taep ih New York Yankee regulars from Y J . ,,.Ahall came to-day. and to a elm mado up of recruits, lads of base- ball ooscurny m a.i.. frilly Tlio first practice game of the Tinken squad was played and the sec cii tcm beat the regulars, 3 to 1, In reven Innings. The second team won on t,wa hits in ,hf third Inning, following an error 1 ' . ...k m4i.la . w a Mini made wltn iwo uuu iiiou i ". loth made o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

1 Booklet Now Ready. We have prepared a booklet con taining an authentic business analysis on the fir&lre trade out look in the South African terri tory. The matter contained therein will aid materially in answering many questions con cerning the prospects for the sale ) oi your product in South Africa. , , 'i. copy toill le sent on request National Bank of South Africa, Lm, New York Office, 10 Wall Street R. E. Saunders, Agent Total Resources Over $287,000,000 S3 art" THE SUN AND NEW YORK? HERALD, WlEDNESDAY, MARCH 10; 1920, ASKS JAPANESE-AMERICAN COOPERA TIYE FACTORIES Personal Contact for Business With China y. ,:( ,f 'V ft1. -A CANADA v JTfi, ,,SAaf453 PERSONAL contact is an important element in the transaction of business with the mer chants of China. t'he preference is always given to firms and individuals" with whom they are per sonally acquainted rather than to distant organi sations which to them are little more than names. This is true likewise of banking. For handling...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

W M. 'T' i IT V THE SUN AND NEW YOEK HERALD, jrVEDNE&DAY. MARCH jjft . 1920: 15 Mitsui & Co. Ltd. Importers' Exporters Shipowners' ; ' GENERAL OFFICE . . ' 65 'BbadaJ, N. Y. City : Tea Dept., 87 Front Street Raw Silk' & Habutai, 25 Madison Ave. HFAD OFFICE ' ' , , TOKYO, JAPAN .s A ' - ''' San Francisco Seattle - Portland London, England Branches in Most Important CYeJ of the World PRICE CHANGES OH CURB ME MIXED Close of Session of Many Gains , Hns VirntAr aiitl Quieter Tone. Baying was roiumed lit the pining cf the outside market yesterday and furtbor Vigorous ttdvoneo wfj mads In many of the leading Issues. The upward movement ended abruptly before mid- day, howavor, and on rMHMntr price woo jrotipr.ixi ....t w , km Mother Lodo new. s toONstlonsl Tin ..... 1 7wppiiireiim ...... yl Moo Prlneo Con It tm Red Warrior ..... L 2000 lied Cons. ., ) 0 looo nochetter Jllnes.t 17 moo iicpey uroup .... int.. ........ i . loiiar, u ot Arli.. (I si mi run utT....r 10M Sun MOO 811 K...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

AS 57 Hydro-Electric 57 of the electric output of Consumers Power Company comes from its Hydro-EIectnc plants. 74 Communities Served The bonds or debentures of this Company offer an attrac tive Investment. Gtnml&Rtf. 7i W bull Debenture Serial 7i 7.75$ bltli Complttt iUuttratti circular wnl on rtquut (or AD-ttO, TkNatwnalGty Company Main Of!ctiNtUMlCVBihBI!f Uptown Ofim Ftf A An. ft 4rJSl. Cormpcrtent OnJcee in oreraOOItm a: FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT I Stocks Generally Oloso With Not Gains In Splto of Profit Taking. (TRADING SLOWING DOWN Your Funds of To-day Million of dollars In securities are retired each month. Bcrora reinvesting roar rands, we advise a consultation with our statistical department that wlU aid you In selecting tasaea em bodrtna oil romilre meat far safety with out unduly sacrificing yield. Stnd for tptciaX offering list. Merrill, Lynch & Co. Investments Commercial Paper 120 Broadway New York Manias Net York Sbc Exchanie Foreign Exchange, Securities &...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

'""'ft" Vi 1' SUN a&lTNEW YOKE flllBA&ft WEOpSBAIj gAipt 10, m IT jfcrMt traii feWkatttlHtjrrMlM Duqucsne Lt. Co. ft lMt LehighPr.ScCf?.6 1927 Michigan Rwys,C.fe 1124 NorStates Pr.O, fa 192$ Un.Ry.GasE.Cfa 1922 U.S. Pub.Ser.Cp.'l J$7 Utah Sec, 'Corp.' 6s 1922 Wrote I'hrats to FMlfld'pMa Bwton Under discussion At the present tune, with a wide divergence of opinion existing, and many in terpretations of the result) of the new railroad law muko per tinent an analysis of RAILROAD SECURITIES to wo have prepared three pan dis cussion, sizing up and lnterprttlnf tho rltuatloa and dividing tha rauroads Into a comparison or classes, EAST vs. WEST This I a coroprehcaxlTS article con tilnlnr tb best of prevailing opinion) ind a brier discussion on Arisen of tha Kittira roads and fifteen of (bo Wet em roads. In addition, there are several other regular features and discussions on: Am. Sumatra IT. 8. Steamthlp V. S. Itubbcr Kubmartno Boat Yrtssed St. Car Iiyan retroleum In tba Current Is...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

3sbISbS(SBi5 Tr1 bT. I' 18 SUGAR AS AN , INVESTMENT About one-half tho world's surplus sugar supply was cut off by tho war. Con sumption has Increased: From nn Investment view point, sugar offers unusual possibilities for profit. Wo , will gladly send you a most interesting Booklet on Request This Booklet covers in de tail a big American sugar development. Write Custer & Company Singer Building, New York City THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCff 10, 1920. - - - p" MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS NEW TOMt CITT nONDS. I Tlsia Aak.About. Ml '4,q ram. Itita tnil Malnrltj', DM. i imcr. iv. Jtuy, hit.., " Inter. III. Jnn. IKS IS Inter, 4H, Mint, W3, S . Inter. 4tf. Nov., 1SS7..... IS ' Inter, 4Hs, Mir, 1947, M I Coupon 4tts. 1I14.M1 97 .Coupon 4Ht, III9-1I21. W imrr- mi, April, iin, Inter, 4Ue, lanb, lMi.,,,,.19 Inter. 4U. March, ...,.. M Inter. lli. Sept. 1KD 19 Inter. 4tts. March. 1M0-M... t) Inter. 4a, May, 1969 II Inter. 4s, Nor., im II Inter. 4s, Mir,. lS7 .... II . Reglitered 4,...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

fit 'V' 1 II 1 eft a " 'jr, THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 19?0. KEEN COMPETITM MARKS ASM SALE Tenants, Investors mid Syndi cntca Vio in Effort to Ob tain Choice Realty. GREAT CROWD ATTENDS Sentiment Overcomes Business .U'limen, in Bidding, Total $5,159,075. Vt it o'clock, yesterday morning, tie auction rale of JO parcels belonging to the eMate of tlie Into Henry Astor was commenced, Tills fiale will go down In history as one of the most notable offer ings that Iihs been neld In the city for many years. The total obtained was I5.150.075, There were two features connected uitli thl sale first the Jarge amount of fentrally located properties nnd tho other that It was the first time In the history of tho family that they had of ferrd Manhattan realty to tho highest bidder at public auction. The ballroom at the Hotel JVstor was crowded to capacity. In addition to ilreo o- four rown nf arnnris.. h iree o. lour rows or standees who Clarence Iavles were the auctioneers. ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

'wp.. ,,'''h''jt,1!l',i" k,3 I'; Ml I; in: v y i ft IF r. lit it I'd'- ft. v., ft 1 I. ft O 20 JUoVe UHi Ht. to 801 h St. (Inrlusfte). East Itlver to North River, "MADISON t nE.il, ESTATE OUT OK CITV. Wratrhrstrr Sale or Rent. I ,(! fjr' rrljii Hf mm 1 fe S wrctrr rtt j 3 1 ' j ill hft--iikk rrxr.rr-rr; Hm miimanl ffi Before Purchasing or Renting CONSULT Our Country Department For Westchester County and Vicinity EXCLUSIVE LISTINGS IN Rve Purchase Harrison Plcasantville Greenwich Port chester Stamford BRYAN L. KENNELLY, Inc. 156 B'way, N. Y. City. Phone Cort. 1S47 New York. SULLIVAN COUNTY, N. Y. Ijirt'e stone county retldenrr. one of thj he.ilthlett w-.'tins In the United tttatci: IT 1 roonu: hot water heat; can be cnnTerted Into acuimtr resort or finttarlum: altitude 2.000 liet; about acrem apple orchard: about 1 1 -.lie from Uhertv itatlon: ; mile from rlllaea: aell for leu then building coat; bartaln. (.KOHUE FBItN.SCIIlLD. uwner, L'2'J -Nor to ar Ndw Itochelle. N. Y. New Jeriey ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

L V IV CHAUFFEUR, jebBle.i thou tw MM t.n( rcferencei. Honett, Bun-Herald, Herald "V..;.:.,.. ' "."il' .''l.-..' ,A.1 ANEbJC, rirtt ! cook, builer, barhe 'HA liKKicuJi. uiirrltdi llo tV.-Waft to- .lor-a or .mail family- Bf.far part time, illlon: five yeirV penur. II JtUlt, Sill 'fttima, lit West Hid al, Wnlagtfa ill), CHAUFFEUR, uiirrltdi IIb f6-lv-itt i i. t CHAUFFEUR, .rtart, , tlhgil 33r, good M. eniulcl excellent private refefeheeit tlx a.fflw,-iff' a'irsM -I-v . n 11 t-t'i'lift. slnrle CIS l. wishes niiilllon: SS" WEZnnoK"7 'indui- :Z 'tmC.f&M. rot"cacc- ,n"u, iTi.uiteuii. iKhidc. wi,h.,,.itk- m-, !-. to RgtMlffiu " ' IvlTale fmlllfi Hire 7or lnit poiltlon; . M.UnHd rrf,r,u. icc..tlia.l mechanic; eft; hm.e ''riljr3;3.?.- lii.m. r r i.l ii, iii.iiicu, w ion timmuji . . . (mill. ' I..I .hikU.MI lilvh Jfiri VHP taii.li, ram cuicivivi, U'HII fill earn; iivnu iiicwusuiv, uvai fcicrruir. Wlillr '"H K.nt 70tli. C f( Al' KPkUK-MECllAKIO, mnrrled man, wUlin uto.idr posltloii Willi p...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 March 1920

' ' ' 'I hf It f'0 ft' 5 rv iw few 9 22 "H-- PERSONALS. twill Mt be rtrplM J J trrt4 "7 Pi BltKT, 3SJ Writ ei. - LOST AND FOUND. TMMJ-Loit. MiSir nlthl. Entllah apanlel. anawlnr lu turn 1-uaxr. mm yvi olitm- fcua aikl Amilertlam r.. ,U .5 1K and ua: rtwaro. Aicaanur, A g. CcftT--Jren Itwtl lx, nam "lltltn & . Webatar" an topj Itft In Kord tailcab t'fMajr. 1 V, M- twn Hh at o I'annarlranla fiatton; contalnJ nny. tka nd Jtwtla. vary liberal rewards no tmeauona aaafra, i-iwr ru un . LOST-Diamood prrHlinl UTallifre on ' r from Umdoo C.loo. Bronx, to Clrrmonl rarfcwar UUon ta Atlantic sr.. Brooklyn. St. John's place ear ta ItochMtr and Et'nj JUrkway: librral mrart. Mr. A. Dick. 19M caaurn faraway, VST At Oalrai Tbaair. Saturday matln. Mirk oiiDfl raalty but. with three sail' ClltnooJ trUr.r dfooralloe oa rorrj: U' reward. Jlrt. Slorra, apartment &2S, BlU Carlton lln'.l, lX)6T-Tinaiiy platinum wriit watch- blartt ribbon, rirur atore. corner lift at. and Haul win av.. or on way to ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 11 March 1920

(ll 1 ft 4& -WEATHER FORECAST. Partly cloudy to-day; to-morrow prob ably rain; moderate, winds, becoming ' sotUh. Hifjhest temperature yesterday, 53; lowest, 33. tltallt4 wfith.r report will tt loun4 gi tha edltorlil , ,4 - A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preServes the best traditions of each. In combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD PRICE TWO CENTS , "TimEE CRNT3 IN NEW YORK CITY AND BUBUnH3. ON TRAINS AND KLSKWIIEnE. VOL. LXXXVIL-NO: 193-DAILY. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1920.- Entered m aecond clai mailer, Peat Offlca, Naw Tork, N. T. ts 1 WAR ASSEMBLYMEN OPPOSE REFERENDUM ON LIQUOR PROBLEMS, it, Call greeting- to Plan to Take Command of All Booze legislation. ) LDl -HOUSE CONTROL Will Demand Immediate Passage of Beer and Wine Bill. A X PERSON FOBS MULTIPLY Impetus Given Movement to In vostigrate the Anti-Saloon League. t-re.al In THE SCX'lND SEW YOHK.HU4I.D A want, March 10....

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 11 March 1920

2 trap one. that Senator Penrose (Ta.)( Iinrl Joined ti "lrrec(incllttlileB''iv-l dj tefmlned' (o voto niptlnut rnUflcMH.ro Her huii not been In Washington for n hmg llmo because of IHnero; but It was raid nu effort was malilng-to palrihhn ugalnst iBtlflcatlon. Ono or two Hctmtotn Lore lofpre. not claused wJth th Irrecrmclla bits also worn wild lo bo tending to Join h bitter end force. . Senators Hnrnlr .(Idaho,)) IRConnloK (III.) iind Hrnndcgeo (Conn.). discussed Hib situation with Henator. J.odRo and told him tho Irn'concllulilcs wero firm and Iniew ihcro wero enough' DornooraW to Join them to prevent .rntlllcntlom They nrc Insisting on tuition as soon possible, and when mlJo'urnJn'enf was talten early to-day It wan understood, tlmt (lie I Ml firowoiJ.s of thn, closing scenes would ho started to-morrow In tl o hopo of winding; up tho struggle this week. McCnrmfrlt nnplliesMn Wilson. Tho' discussion .on tho. .door opened with rt snWeb'by, Senator,. .ircfcornitcK. on the 1'r'eMdent'...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 11 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH' 11, 1920. SAYS NAVY FAILED IN FIRST 0F"WAR Admiral Sims Testifies H Fell TVnvn Almost Completely for Six Months. PARLEY ON "RAilROAD WAGES SUSPENDED Neither "..HOG LIVES SACRIFICED 7 iiuil Adoption of Policies lie Heroin mended Saved Situ stimi. He Tells Committee. Side la Ready Negotiations. for v t :ncto.v. March 10. Hear Ad 1 W S Pirns cave the Senate naval . p. tins committes to-day what he : j wh indliputablc evUtnce that N-uy Department fell down alroo&t '!. during the first ls monthi r. war. ..nrpus metfagc :ct by the Ad : 10 tJie Navy Department durlnc 'l-ir days of America's particlpa- ' I..- ronflict and oth'.r documents . rred as proof that, despite the - urgent and reiterated requests : available vesKl be ent to ".koI area of rubmarine activity, pnrtroent ntithr-r followed hie ltir -.datlons nor Informed him of j 1 i - and policies. Six months . - t fnited States entered the ar. imiral paid, the department 'I many of the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 11 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1920. i -H-M FRENCH OFFICIAL IS 1 KILLED BY GERMANS! CiviliniH Attack Hjjlit 3Iem-j .lirrs of Aviation Commls- i ion One Escape. PUNfSHJIKNT PROMISED: Oovonmifiit Issues AVurniusf , to Offi-mlcr Prime i .Joachim Held Ijmsun, Mifh -Zlsht n, Mid to t sneroW a KrfJM bHIIUit flew eorr.muwtoti. who drove Into Wer bKz, scar Potsdam, '.n a raotor Mr from Heriln t-Uy. attacked by the -HabitABlr. bo the men of poatMng ar.d summon! them to aur-rea-der. jr of th .-& obeyed, but te otters tried 'o eacspe. one of lltm Mst wounded and ytr dying M1 bsrfS taken to a fAya- ? of th other Utr rjn4fl. unl the f'.wth wan i-VAfii. Th imperial fjo .inWHS l.ae iUi pnA.-ia.Tut i or. signed by Prt.-nier law iiHHiimnir-.x attacks, on memfer" of En tente missions It desuares that the Mlnlsfee of Defer.' e will att with tlit guaUat sierit tn ponieblng excesses. Threatens scferc Pnnlshmeut. Th proOanvitkri warn a tain: "this imofain"'ii rY public life, which h...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 11 March 1920

,THE SUN AND YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 192Q. ALLIES ARE TO GET 'NO MORE U.S. LOANS Houston Says Glass's Policy Will Ho Followed Despite Mhny Appeals. )lh NOW $9,059,l.,M,,0'l0 only Congress Can Chnngo Sttinil Interest After Three Years, Is Plan. ' f, , . i" Tub Sis ami Skw Youk llciut.n. , a-ii'ngton, March 10.-Secretary of C c Tr.aMiry Houston Mild positively to i',v the Unit called In loans by the I n,i l States to tlic allied Governments vmniptory, nnd that there would l 11 i more drftwlnft of American funds f,u i iw purpose This was the policy of t-vivury Glass, but the calls for relief f oni 'iwny sections of Europe became no . ri. I.itely that some concession, might t,. Mirlr This decision wan taken. Sqc tpi,'. Ulnt-s announced, with a little i , ,. il,.n $340,000,000 of the tlO.000. . ., .... !. an fund authorized by Congrers . t , i iHirlbulcd. I', list will not be Issued In foreign ', ,.s nf .my Kind. Tho exact total of i ,. uis made under tho Confrrcss en-' , ont wa...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 11 March 1920

r I- I 0 44- MAIL CARRIBR'DIES - 11 A. IN BURNING, PLANE Ilciif. Stoiirr, Jloliiiil' ffci''Gl1 rnso, If its Tree in Foj nml 1'erislics. EXPLOSIOX AFTER CRASH Fnnncrs- Who Witnessed Acci ;dftnt Say Aviator, SJq'enicd ; fo Ho Con fused, Fpfrhl f Tur. Sis n St VnK Ilinuti. "nii'Ao, March lo. -Mint. Clayton 1Y. Moot wan burnwl to iklh to-dny anil liU De Jlnvibinl piano wrecked ivlien ho became Jof t In a heavy fos, col lid Ins lth it tico top, crashing to the earth In the wools lx mile.? west of New I'-irlx, 1ml. Stoncr was a )llot of the. Government air mall service be tween Chlraco and Cleveland, Tart of the mall was burned nml the plane ile ilrnyeil. Slont-r drove n (staplim before he entered tli nlr mall aeivlcc about al. month. asu. Ho left ChlcnRO with 350 pound of mall for Cleveland" at 7..1P A. M. Tli accident happened about 0.3') . M Tlir-e fanners who th pl.me full told IotniriMer Joseph A. Heine o:' i.ioshen, Intl.. who reached tlie went' Kn after the explosion, that Honer un...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 11 March 1920

6V 1VC I THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCft 11, 1920. MADE SIDE MOllEY AS REVENUE AGENT Gvopper,' Accuser of Pictorial Review Official in Tax IH'ilio, Admits Profits. PRESIDENT RIDES IN OPEN OAR ON K $!)0,000 STOCK DEAL rin.wil l.otli Ends in Mitchcl ( amiinten Unshaken on Weber Charges. (i i' ii t! ! h- t.. f.l t ' . 3 ' ',(.n NnthanleJ W. Groppcr was nn . ma! H.-vc-nue appnt at Hit) a month, : . . peiwit, ho inanaKPil to pick tip i .. ,r hi-ro aiiJ there on the side even rules of his department expri-Bsly ,m!.' it. ThlK. anions other ndmls '! n.is elicited Klowlv but Ptendllv Mi nroppi-r yesterday, his second n the witness Ftaml In the Federal t i'ourt whero he Is testifying : day expert witness fees at to tin iTi.rt of Jay A. Weber, Eecre f the I'k torlal llcvlew Company, to 1 .in for J55.000 to falsify income i "irns of the company. , ! r H St.tnchncld, Weber's counsel. ' i nations all day at Mr. Gropper, it Into his private nffalrs to show i tin- testimony of .Mr. Gr...

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

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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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