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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 March 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920. 11 CHAMBER MORS CONSUMPTION TAX START NEW STdCK CLEARINGS SOON Recently Formed Concern Nearly Ready for Work. The new Block Clearing Corporation, formed by the New York Stock Exchange for facilitating' Ita business and quar tered on th'o Broad atreet floor of tho tx chance, la nearlng completion as to equip ment, furnishings, c, and tho corpora' INCITES PRESENT WASTE vanced to tlw point at which tjeTtnay neein 10 instruct the broker and their nsstsUntsj In tho vtorklnrs of the new Institution. -All members of tha exchange linst been notified that demonstrations will be Riven dally nt noon and 3 and 4 :30 P. r. except on Saturdays. It la planned to start tho new operation!. In ao far as thoy affect clearing of security bul- ....llf avatetn tllA rflnenl fit thft MC1M atiAA ti1t 1. .... .,ml . . . KUUib J " ' w.v.b biimi U UlllVICMUjT UU" customed to tee new corporation and Its operation. Itcsolntion Also Urges Adop , tlon of Nati...

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. — 13 March 1920

J 12 STOCKS WEAKEN IN CURB MARKET i Several -New Highs flenched, . lnit Pressure Brings About ;- . 3Iixcc1 Tone. ! rollowlne an early licvr .4.:.. tMiittNi yosterlay In large advancM (n nmny leiUnir Imuos, tho curb market was nnUIl awl with out .Jrnnlio price- trend. bctl new high records wero reached arty, jiromurn from many quarters caused a JnlXl'll I'ln", which luim-w Ktand.trd on of Now Jersey f.arly moved to new IiIkU -round, but reacted. j;ik U.vln Petroleum, Dominion Oil, Kalt Creels Producer wero firm early, ..... I,!,.- reeled under rroflt inklns. ei..... T'Atriiiim nnd other Hold nlockn ivirly fold liVrhcr In re mrntuo to favorable news from that ( tinn. but professional iireamro caused ...imnii In thn afternoon. Tradlnc In Induntrlal stocks was and without feature, in tne nwni B na tion there was. a revival of uovcim! silver ldniKH which Hhowed slromrUi through out the 80sl(.n. Umma Silver, which l.as been oftlrlally listed by the Curb JLirket Committee, was actlw. Total...

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

.... 10, 1920. 13 ) THE SUN AND NEW YultK HihixALL), SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD - , r- ' GO ON STRIKE TO-DAY (oust wise Lines llcject Dcmiuiil for Wnfto Tncroaso and Vote to Quit Follows. r.OUO MI-;X A HE A WROTE D Coniliaiiics Declare Thoy Can not Pay More Unless Freight Kates Go Vp A few liouis after demands, for 20 ier cent, wage advances had been rejected hrrc the result of a. strike vote, of long- lioremen employed nt coastwise steam ship lines the length of the Atlantic seatinard was made public, call inp a strike at 8 o'clock this mom my. Between 6,000 and 7,000 longshore icii arc employed at coastwise line plern In this city. The nw scale sought Is 11 . i hour, an eight hour day and 12 nu "iir overtime. The men are now belne rr.nl 6j centa an hour, with Jl for over t.me The lonsshoremen of the coastwise lints have been restless slnco the Bettlf-jr.i-iit of the strlko of last October, which ' married lonsshoremcn employed on overseas lines SO cents an hour. The...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920. 14 N 11 is- 11 if!! AWAIT WILSON MOVE IN COAL DEADLOCK VI,,.,,. Miii Vtvei Ul.-iwi I'll) I ""'"ant, JTnrcli 12. Tiio tj or mo Miners, Who Mist Ankeu "l,an(,l)(ink nf , 81ate of Ncw Yorl P, C. Advance, Sold to Hold Out Now for 3.1. LEWIS IS IN WASHINGTON . . ti u- i i Doiliaild Of 30 1 1 Oil 1 WCCK l.S Lookcil I'pon us Serious Olistiiclo lo Settlement. Waiiiiim.ti.iN, March 12. In nil quar-iclnl ennrerm,! over the bituminous coal controversy deposition was evinced to- niRlit to aw.ilt President Wilson's word l.ofnrr, inklnir nnv action. in majority report imging tr.nn ..." r.llt In the commission appointed after tlio conl strike last fall to make a set- tiement was at the White House, but the ,, .... .. . minority report of John P. White, mln- , ers' representative on the commission. ' Mill was umolnpletcil. Neither of the documents, It was mid nt the White Howie, would be made public until the President determined whether Mr. Wh...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920, 15 Ne from IUtttrr to ltlli EM Inclusive. Two Connecting Floors 14,000 Square Feet of the finest office space in lower New York 'available at once. Space consists ot two entire floors (7,000 Ft. each) Splendidly located modern 23 story building Also have basement store particularly suitable or restaurant. . Desirable Offices Ready May 1st. 150 Nassau Street Apply to agent on premises or your own broker. Westelieter Sale or Hent. MT. VERNON, N. Y. Nlr room dwolllng, all Improvements; plot ;wx; convenient to rallro.nl mid trolley un fi ion p'-ice JP.oOO; possession May 1. It, J, JsEl I.LY. 14(1 North High at. Westchester and Suburban Connecticut Properties, ff. F. McKEAN, 542 5th Av. New York State Sale or Heat. SULLIVAN COUNTY, N. Y. Lsnte stone county residence, one ot the lieslt'uest fellow In the United Slate; 17 roomi boi water neat; can b converted Into Miami, r resort or sanitarium; altitude 2.000 Ict about 2'S acres; apple...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 March 1920

-46 4-4-f f THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1920. PERSONALS. 3. n 51111 hate hnp. Write. 1 nKff nnyvviv ncrAae3, Information wnlrt . to h 7h" M!l!.f JOHN imnNSAS nd MIC uni. nam.a nnn aonrenn ni "".-" rlilllren 'if anvi nf jch of '"em. ' They, or of thorn. en U M to h. .m-i. of bflvi def"l. , M.Li ' Jlt'inKV, Soil. Iior. K'Unnv. Ireland. IV DIMIt At'RTIN Sfotb' return. Much SI. f" ' t'".v'" tarlM If Tun hate not retunifU or ' IMn t fear In return DADDY. LOST AND FOUND. T.OT- I . purple hii'V'f' T'li'iiei iT Olrtl. helnem 0 and t !K I'- V r"?.r l",h nr Win t , ..r SI at.. ';ir 1 Villa" cr.ni.Tit one rtlnnionfl boiI ml'7 P''' ni ope Hmnn.1 nn.l run; bracelet, one it a ntuM nt..! ruhj- hmwh. on. pint Iniim ami ilia- Wr.. thrH hecli I"'"" on the I IMh A"""'' Ttvik ritrrfner. paper.; "rr llber.il rewarn. jYnnuMtl.s.Mae.l. Mr.. II lUIUlV, 330 Wc.t JiVM tt Phme niejaMeJV ! jo'sf"-vide nTch-scarf, with Hwlann eil lena nn.l Hi.-.th. renanl. Telephone DRtM.. Jl.nlmf li-een 'O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

WEATHER FORECAST. Fair and cdntinued cold tcday, with strong northwest winds; to-morrow fair; domewhat warmer. Highest temperattire yesterday, 54; lowest, 17. Detailed weather rtparts will be found on pM8 a, VOL. LXXXVII.- NO. 196-DAILY. GERMAN TROOPS SEIZE BERLIN; EBERT DRIVEN OUT; MILITARISTS IN SADDLE: MONARCHY DENIED ARTICLE! VOTE TREATY TO FAIL Hitchcock and Others Agree I That Ratification Will lie Impossible. 310HE JOIN OPPOSITION Ilornli Offers Substitute fov Lodge Reservation Seeking- to licmovc Obligation. Iter at 11 Till! Sex and Nzw Tonic Huuld. Washington, March 13. The Senate reached an unanimous consent agree ment to-day to vote on the reserva tion to Article X. nf the League of Nations Covenant and all amendments i-d substitutes on the calendar day of Monday. Each Senntor Is limited to yi (i singlo speech of fifteen minutes on the reservation and fvo minutes on each amendment to It. This agreement was the single re tu.t of to-day's proceedings In the way of progress....

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

ft the benefit of oil tho Gpmnn people, tho now Government Invites bcartlly tho acceptance) and cooperation- of the I elaboration of laws for tho better-. xocnt of the worklns classes." Tho manifesto charges tho Socialist Government with overburdening tho ua wu people with taxation, falling to creflt0i conditions for fin Increase or proauo tion In nil lines, suppressing papers which criticise It and otherwise inter fering vrith personal liberty, and re fuslnc to dtesolvo tho National As einbly and Issue writs for new elec tions. "Last, but not least," says the manifesto, "ft government whoso chief upokcsman is JJrzbergcr must be uwept away!" It further declares that n change f mvorniiifnt Is nurely an Internal , affair nud n Cicrman question, wnlcn ixlono cnticerns tho German pcopic. It promises to uso every effort to maintain Internal and external pence iiud prevent a recurrence of the mis takes of "a government now happily defunct and obsolete." Tho I.'bcrt Government had knowl ed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. 3 RIVAL PARTIES i IN GERMANY TO TEST STRENGTH .Washington Believes Clash of Socialists and Mili tary Inevitable. ENTENTE NOT INVOLVED Aversion of Teonlo to Honowal ..MV-winn a. ix ui uiir Hill I HJVCUC Al- tack on Allitfs. By tht Aitnclattd Prtu. W'shinoton, March 13. News of ,," ; .; : ."l"" . '.,...:" u"ine tho conviction of some officials and diplomats hero that a test of strength between tho Socialists and 'tho mili tary and conservative element was Inevitable. They said tho Military and conser vative parties had seized upon every demand of tho Entento for tho en forcement of tho nrmlstlco and peace terms to goad tho pride of tho Herman peoplo Into resistance and ..id not found it difficult to fasten responsibil ity for tho acccptanco of these terms on tho Ebcrt Government. Signs of a marked chango In the feel ings and attitude of tho German peo ple have not been wanting, and tho recent attacks by mobs in German cities upon me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1320T 400,000 OUT ON STRIKE IN FRANCE Kearly Every Sort of Industry Affected in AH Harts of the Kejiublic. Taw March " I" b IH,ial.i'or II. F!c-ratlo of labor that nearly OO,000 irwis In ull are o.i Mrtto In Franco at the urteent time. In tho hyona repn mvcral thousand hands In th Mlk mills have Kone oui, brWKlnc m nwnbw.of strikers at that Mntra to a total of 0,000 In the 20 600 "oal miner, hnve otruek In nym- In pal-..e.Calal,. and this develop went has strtrKthencd the hope of trie radicals among the labor leaders that a general coal utrlUo may be brought "Strikes of from 3.100 to 5.000 build lne workers aro rjori.d neverally from various regions, iwnoRR them Angers and Touloure, The I'arls region rcem freer from trlkes than most parts of France, but strikes anions the chotmakers, uphol sterers and m.-irble workers are threat ened. , . Seventy thoiwanil textile workers in the Uoubalx and TouivoinK regions are out, demanding higher wa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. ll Embracing Every Department ON MONDAY ' At Special Low Prices McCreery Linens 500 All Irish Linen Satin Damask Table Cloths regularly 8.00, 10.50 and 12.50, each 6.50, 8.00 mid 9.50 300 Dozen All Irish Linen Satin Damask Napkins regularly 8.00, 9.50 and 12.00, dozen 6.50, 7.50 and 8.50 Heavy All Linen Scotch Damask Table Cloths Size2x2 each 7.50, 8.50 and 10.00 Size 2x21 each 9.00, 10.00 and 14.00 Size 2x3 each 10.75, 12.75 and 16.50 Heavy All Linen Scotch Damask Table Napkins doz., 9.50, 10.75 and 12.00 300 Irish Union Linen Satin Damask Table Cloths each 3.50 regularly 5.75 300 Dozen Irish Union Linen Satin Damask Napkins, .dozen 4.75 regularly 6.75 250 Dozen All Linen Scotch Huck Towels dozen 7.50 regularly 9.00 200 Dozen Union Linen Huck Towels dozen 4.50 regularly O'.OO 150 Dozen Turkish Bath Towels, .dozen 4.50, 6.00 and 9.50 regularly G.00, 9.00 and 12.00 200 Hand Crochet Lunch Sets, Irish Designs each 6.50 regularly 9.50...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

I HE SUN AND NliW UMi HEnALl) M'.LAY, MAKCH 14, 1920. - - BILL KILLS POLITICS IN POSTAL SERVICE Igoe Would Abolish' Ho'jtmas-tc'r-Gcncral and Substitute Ccniiiub'sioii. UETTEK WOIIK EXPECTED! i is Step Regarding Red Rus Sew Plan Puts Department on 1 sia h s Explained. Business Hnsis for lis the 'mm of the' cnaJW beeauio of viola tion of the postal laws may rewii in III rirstrurtlnn of a. bllllneSS. and where ft property riKht or freedom of the nresi U Involved It l onlr Jut that the party affected afcoutfl, have an .appeal to the courts a-provide In thli bill It 1 the aame provlilon agreed to recently In the Senate In con nection with" another hilt favorably con sidered V IDO JIOUSO Judiciary vvm mittee." WILSON IS SEEKING i HARMONIOUS ACTION Dig Tnsk. iftfi .! f Tin Rx iKO Xi Yoik IlaiB. ' Wasiii.voio.v. March i:. 1'reslilent WlUon desire that this country ehall act , In complete harmony -with the Entente Go eminent In dealing wun me nra fseeui it 1... c i Nr. Vs.k Himu.. I Wlme In...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. LICENSE TAX FOR STOCK DIVIDENDS Measure Proposed in View of Court Decision. SpttUl to Tms Bon x,nb Nw Voitic HitnAi.c. Washington, March 13. A prohibi tive tax on the privilege of isaulne stock dividends waa proposed to-day' hy Ilep rescntatlva Orccn (Iowa)' as a means of preventing largo corporations from ovnd Inff payment of a larca shnro of their taxes under tho Supremo Court decision of Monday, which held that dividends paid In stock nro not taXablo as Income. H-?insA nf Inns nf rnvAmiA n a suit of tho decision Mr. drecn will Insist that action bo taken by tho committee Momlny. It Is probable that more dell nito recommendations of tho Treasury popartment as how to meet tho situation will bo ready by that time. Iftulcr Mr. Green's plan tho privilege of lssuliiff stock dividends would be taxed according to tho mnrkot valuo of the security. H does not believe such a U'Ny can bo successfully attacked on constitutional grounds. Ho ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN -AXD JJxW XG5E. "HERALD, SUXDAY, stoke otem a. tssp, it T- . M IE A K- , jf- m L-m, tf V U 4r W Sr rt A7Jxj v X Ct Brrlt Qctlity BT--Ct SeISr- Jonrtneua. Jmwi tC rea. .tbbs for Every Meruitr i ' f ati-chvisy I " OPENING OF OUR I - i -) it- ill 60 EVERY DEPARTMENT OFFERS IMPORTANT PRICE Spring Sale Specials for Monday and Tuesday J3-25 Stack Sziim, $235 hi TZX-ZKi Vidi fiat, l50S It'.t $235 & S3 .25 Taffetas, 2.44 lit -nit iasrviK '-juTtit. feast u:t wot tny ve-j icasr: ix i-;iin vsk. Lkai: 15 yErat. 54.45 A2-Woi VeJoun, 3.44 Cits suf". uhj incuts vase is tan;. Th'rjuM. vssvs rw. ausris tataitiat, larry unit iait uibsn line $4U?7 Men's War Strfet, 332 wv-seit bias iar aiittx wac 1337 Tricotines-and Gahar- dinet, 3.34 Al vw JSC Kid 45 uicssf vidi inn? iirjt jsjC tmitx jil't. ? tt1''- it jurat ' $3.55 French Serjtt, 232 -ww- 4 trowa. zssxj juut tad su.?c ? jrjmz ;l yards. 53.J9 T.;r.mg, Silk and Satin 2,44 ill tasejCKatlry fan HSenaj af ejamf av imns fmnd-tiMucat 5 izjema v...

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

1 NO FIELD RICHES FOR i i PEGGY MARSH'S BOY Gliicngo Judge in Decision Snys 'Pride in Nnino' Fig ured in Merchant's Will. LEGAL ISSUE' MENTIONED Family Admitted Parentage of Child in Marshall Field lid's Trust Fund. rptcial lo Tub Si'N New Yoiik Hcnu.n. Ciiicacio, Mnrch 13. "Tho evident pride" of Marshall Field In hla nnmo xtM cited to-dny by Superior Court Judge Denis Ii Sullivan, In n decision In which he hold that Henry Anthony Marsh, natural son of Henry Field and I'oBsy Marsh, former chorus plrl, now In London, England, could not inherit the money set nsldo In trust for Henry Field nnd his "lawful Issue." 'The will shows an ovldent prldp In the pe.-iictuntlon of the mime of Field,'' tlio rinding reads, ''and this could scarcely be considered consistent with ihe evident Intent lo havo the name and the bulk of this fortune linked, and at the same time a fund be created for tho support of chlldern who could not legally hear the immc of Field." The decision ends one phase of the ht...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

10- THE SUN' AND NEW YORK HERALD SU, MARCH 14, 1920. MICHIGAN SUPPORT Senator Starts 3n Iromvood, Whcro Dry Agents Met Thoir Waterloo. WOOD GOING TO OllEGOX lawyer Walter Gives General , Credit for Everything Good Roosevelt Bid. . ' United States S.lmtor I tram W. .Tnlmson Is hunting presidential dele gates In Michigan. He opened Friday night In Ironwood, where the booze "want from." Last illsht ho was the guest at a dinner In Saginaw and to morrow will to In Dctt Dlt. I.ouls C. Cramton, .tohneon manager for Michigan, Bent wort I to headquarters here that tho only rwM thero was be tween Johnson and J'ood, that Gov. Frank O. Lowdcn did n tt havo n chaneo In tho primaries. Angus McSwcen, East rn manager for JohnaOn, has gone to Michigan. Tho Wood peoplo, wlioso claims are often extravagant, quoted Samuel Beck of the Chamber of Commerce in Cleve land as paying that ho found mora senti ment in California for Wood than for Johnson. Ho talked with many com meiclal men during a Western tri...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MAPX'II 14, 1920. 4-H "II LOTOS CLUB, AT 50, . CELEBRATES EVENT Noted Men About tho Board ( as Old Times Aro Ilccallcd ii by Slombcrs. SCHWAB MAKES ADDItESS Ohcster S. Lord, tho President, Job Hedges and Br. Vnn ; Dyko Also Talk. Those frta companions or tho Kindly litirt, tho members of the Lotoa Club, celebrated last night tho fiftieth birth day of their organization. Itemlnlscenco, nhftded with sentiment but not too solemn the Lotos nover pulls nTlong faco but clowlm? with tho flro of ft brilliant past and a Just as brilliant and hopoful fu ture, passed up and down n. lone tablo under American flops whero tho presi dent, Chostdr s. lard, and the Ruests of honor, including ono or two whose memo ries almost go back to tho nlsht of March 15, 1870, when a llttlo group of kindred spirits met in nn unfurnished room and started tho club, "This room,", said Mr. I,ord, "was lighted by two candles thrust Into tho necks of two empty bottles. Tha can dies...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

5-7r""l""",,p' I 12 . . . THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. ( . ' If ' ' . t J 1 1 h r pie i w imv ar- jrv srz i i m 1 ; v.rmmm 1 Hi 1 r fBz IH f FMW - ' -V 7-7. -77- 1 IK Mt-Zkrks&2. i raw: a iMMliiiliirfr r l M Ml""" IIIIIMIllllllllll"'""""' ii.,...iMiiiiiiiimi1iiiiiiiiii,,iiMiiii nj. APPROXIMATELY two years ago the House of Collins opened its building at Ni.nc East Fifty-seventh Street, dedicated to Art in Dress. Twc sources of inspiration determined its development: lirst, the support of and recognition by discriminating American women who sought the beautiful in costume; second, the artistic impulses which center in and radiate from Fifty-seventh Street. The growth of the House of Collins confirms the truth that originality in designs and adherence to artistic principles of dress find an appreciative audience' As a result of our natural expansion larger space is required, so that, while re taining our original building at Nine East Fifty-seventh Street, w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 March 1920

I THE SUN-AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH lr 1930. aac BENNO LOEWrS WILL ' CONTESTED BY WIFE Cornell May Loss Gift Lawyer's Library. of TIio validity of tlio will cxwitoil by Itonno lAbw, lawyor, wlio'wnt) recently Villod In nn nutymoblln accident, was (luqstloiipil yesterday In ,tlio Bgnromo voitft, TIo executors of tho cstiUo Imvo iilM'llvd to tlio court for tho construction il tlio tmat provision. . - Tho ti'itutnr willed tho "flonno Iocvy '.,hr,'ry" to 'Cornell UnlveriiUy vltli tlio, (iltcrnstlvo provision that, In the ttvent hi university declined tho Rift. Johns Hopkins University or Lelmid Stanford ! i rivoibity might linvo ponaosslon of the ibrnry In tho order niuiiud, Tho library, tho executors say, constl. 'ltes'moro than one.lmlf tho assets of tno estate. Thcro Is a pleco of real . talif ot 27 West' ElBhty-clBhth street .uul Homo securities. In lilx will Mr. I-oowy stated that his n fo had approved his testamentary I M hemo to leavo her tho Incomo from his liropvrty, o...

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

THE ' SUN AND' NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 14, 1920. 14 AVnr field Not o He DUflnird Mme. Easton Wins in Miss Farrafs Role in 'Butterfly' Sings CJo-Cio-San for First Time nt Metropolitan Double Bill. MME. GARRISON IN " ST. LOUIS HOSPITAL Suffers Loss of Voice qn Con cert Tour. and sho claims to be a direct descendant of tho Ocorge Washington family. In alra by Hach, Handel and Pnrndles, and In a varied list of good songs sho dis closed a voice of high lyrlo nuallty, ssmo knowledge of stylo and a certain bird ljko charm. Hor art as a whole, how ever, was fragllo and seemed better suited to the ralon thnri' the concort hall.. Josef Hofmann Gives Encores at Farewell Recital Los Anoblbh, Starch IS. David War field, the actor who was run down yes terday by an nutomoblle truck. Buffered ,B hnM,,.. nr it. left ite and C. Ff. Doan Has $16,000 in Gems i Otters Jtcwunl for Return of Penvl Xccklncc and Other i Property. MISS CURTIS TO 'BE BRIDE OF MR. -JOSEPH LENTILHON superficial laceratio...

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