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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 March 1920

J$tm ' WEATHER FORECAST. Fair and wanner to-day; increasing cloudness and warmer to-morrow. Highest temperature yesterday, 34; lowest, ao. Detailed weather reports will be found on (ho Editorial 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 VOL. LXXXVH.-NO. 197-DAILY. PRICE TWO CENTS , TimEE CENTS in nhw vonic cm' and ritdurbs, on trains and ei-bfavhwu-: NEW YORK, MONDAY, MARCH 15, X T. TWO JUNKER DICTATORS TO RULE GERMANY; FOUR SOUTHERN STA TES FIGHT NEW REGIME; CIVIL WAR IS NEAR; GENERAL STRIKE BEGINS POLICE PREVENT TRAGEDY AS 300 FLEE FIRE ON 'L' Patrolman Tunis Off Power While Another Guides Crowd to Safety. PASSENGER AIDS CJRIPPLE Two Cars and Tnrt of 18th St. Station Destroyed Only One Man Hurt. afpn P. Mahoney of 204 East " wenty-ninth street, a cripple, strug gled to escape with the rest of the .xissengers yester...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 March 1920

CHANCELLOR KAPP FOR -DEMOCRACY AND public buildings near Unterden Liu don nnd Wllliolmstrnssc nnd cmmon and timelilnc jsuus nro posted nt the ( ross streets nnd otber points of van mpe. (iunrtis heavily armed ro sta tioned throughout the city. This Is i,n ominous slfcn of possible clnsnes. There bus Ix-en "ontnnt official ro Iii'Mitlon of the statement Hint tbpnew Oovprnmunt Is not reactionary; that i' (Iocs not dp?lr the restoration of .lie monarchy, but that It has come ,nto nlllcc so' that Germany may. be iclmbllltntcd. Chancellor Knpp, In n (rntemcnt to tlio foreign corrcspond uiitf. said thnt the conditions of the pence treaty would he fultlllcd. to far , they could be reconciled wiiu ocr i.mn honor and ticrnmuy'u economic condition, ! X.Hlonnl I'nrty ObJcoU. I The National party refuses to havo, relations with the Knpp Government,! nnd the Conservative lender, Count, I'osndoivNlty, inserts that be will not . identify himself with the new Chan fdlor. IhiuihurB and Unrmstadt are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 March 1920

THE SUN A!ND NEW YORK HERALD, MONbAY, MARCH 15, 1920. ARMENIAN TOM Concentrate About Hadjin, TVhcro" 10,000 Women nnd f Children Ave Gathered. AUTES WAItNED OF PERIL Lilian's Oovcrnment Admits rnnbiltty lo Itcfltrain Na tionalist Trpis. !.,.xPf .v. Murch H. A despatch lo the Umlon riV 'rom Constantinople, March' 12, ays that alarmlng twsarcs arn arriving- from lladjln, vine o lie northwest of Marash, naylng that Hi' remnant of the population of about lonfiO, tlio majority of whom nro iromen, children and old mn, are terri fic by the menailwr concentration of tands of Turks. The despatch aOds that the Minister r t e Interior rttw Informed the Ar ii!,aii IMtrl.irchV.e that the Turkish i;,,enmicnt Is unsnle lo restrain manl- ,(.,t!i.t. of national sentiment In dls ta-.i M-oNlnces, but that it personally , n tow security In the Ismhl area In .n Minor, flfty-iix miles southeast of (-r-U 'tinopIo and Home three hundred miirj distant from Haojm, dpatrii to the Associated Tress fr Constanti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 March 1920

NEW Y.ORK HERALD, MONDAY,, MARCH, 15, 1020. 4A W JMIK AND GILLETT ISSUES CALL FOMEYOLTONDRYS Passage of Beer and AVine Bill ml End of Aitdofon Bnle Are' llraod. rrwnfc Urtgsailag tha rintwil o tWln My iray tIU tha Mtwatian,' SEES VKJTORV IN HOUSE Swcel miiiI Ui'yx Finally Unit fidenl of Dpfentiiifr Any VH l,p?lslaiiu. .V.iriol io tut .iCN ISO -Nw Toaa Haiti AUANT, ilatcll 14. The fiii t til l.Cislalur between the wet una lrj' 'orces TJa.i brouxht one ttep nearer a .Umax to-day when Col. Riniom H. Oil. tett, leader of the Ir.surtent veteran As semblymen, Isiued an appeal to all inem here of the AJW.nbly to Join the revolt niainut hone dry enforcement, doxitna Hon by tho Anil. Saloon I.eajtue anil dictation by Republican leaders Tho wets. Inclnfllnjr most of the army n.en, practloally all of the Democratic "issemblymen filil several New York city Republican?, declare they are confident 'hey can defeat the bone dry hill de. manded by the prohibition foroea. They believe they can pass a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 March 1920

71 THE SUN AND NEW YQRK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH -15, 1920, f POLL INDICATES 'ALLEN CAN HAVE VOTEOFKANSAS Doubt ns to Governor's Can didacy, So Wood Is Ahead of Him Slightly. i LOWDEX ALSO FAVORED Recapitulation of Choices for Republican Presidential Race "THE following is n recapitulation of tho choices for the Republican nomination for Preaidont In tho various States from which tha poll of the county chairmen taken by THE SUN AND NEW YORK HER- Abu nas been published so far. No. Dtle. SUt. gain. Alabama It Arizona Arkintu 13 California it Colorado 13 Cminrcttcut .... II Delaware (I Flrat Choice, Wood Inwden .lohnion Wood Wood Wood Ht-conil rholce, Wood I.nwilrn Wood Wood Iwdfn lowdfn IwOn No, Dele filalf. icolfs. OfxirrU .. 17 Idaho Illlnoli t ihdlaiia 30 Iova !1 Kuuas 10 Flnt Clioica. lxiHden Iloruli Wnifon 1.0 Welti) Wood Sfcond nholm. Wood Wood Hardlnr Wood Wood Allen Total number of delegates indicated by county chairmen's pref erences: Lowdcn, 128; Wood, 68; Senator James E. Wats...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 March 1920

44- THE NEW YORK HERALD. '.fr vnynTTAWCH . ! H, T1thsr1s3ti. NEWSSTAND rRlOEf. "8U" jUlLBUBflOaHWX"- Kiet f JiUIIMiPPl gg 0n. Hi Vll. Postpaid. J": ..' .1 lift MAILT only. J2 , ,5 . SunSsy edttton. nut.T A SUNDAY I510O 113 30 11.40 I.SO TOP!.!!1 .Vstrs. l. to pVyb"V inni flun-Herald. Evtrnwa WltUn. . . a. . i. ih. veer. Publlihed in ram rrl In Parle-M eintlma. dally end Sunday. PAnis L'OrBRA omcB. 49 AVEMCB DE , ornnA. ........Lin mu inrermetion "ocjrnin. ""r.-T-YS fr th European Edition may b obtained from lb, main NtwTork ofBee. Th Aw:lllil Prte4 li "e'"'"1;.",: titled to th. us for, repub leatlon of ail news eripetshnr er4!td to It J " itberwtie er41td In thlt paper and alio the leeal newe publlehed herein. All rlrtU of Mpvblleetlon P" despatches herein ere ale rmrwl If our friends "ho favor ue with menu ierlts and Illustration for publication wish a have rejetted ertlelse returned IJ'TB"'! h til end stamps for that purpose. MAIN BCSrjJEBS AND EDITORIAL Or. rtcra w rroadwat. tele...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 March 1920

Yachting Parties Entertain Friends rf Pnlttl Rpnrh ((. i UUU UVULII 31 r. nml Jfrd. John 31. L. Ruth ci'fiml Ifnvo Guests nt Tea Alwnrd the Sinlmd Bd. ,.,. 'ml to Tits flux i.VD .N'ntr Yoix JUaaiu. Paui IlKACit. Fla.,' March 14, Mr. nml Mm, John M, I, Rutlier.fiucl entov mied friends nt tea to-day on bonrd v'ir boat, the SInbad Ed. Mr, and Mrs. ' ii iri.H Hudson Pope of New Yorlt, who ircntl' nrrlvcd from Miami, alio enter tained n company at tea on board their houseboat, the Bonorn, Mr, Edward T viti'sbury cave a luncheon nt El Mlrasol for Mr. William H. Beardsley, Other su's- s wero Messrs. T. Do Witt Cuyler, i ;..') go McFadden, Henry Ellsworth ficn, Frank Pierce Frazer and John Francis Harris, Dr. Henry Smith Vntchett and Dr. George Morgan Ward, I'd. Henry W. Snvaco has arrived from i ho Nor Hi and has taken possession of i ,p acht Dorlndn, which he has char i. ird. Inter ho will co on a lulling: trip a', mil the keys. fter n month's sojourn, at tho Ever I'hib, Mr. and Mrs. Hami...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 March 1920

X VmL Head YANKEES GO SOUTH TO MEET THE REDS Will Piny Three Games With Cincinnati During 'Next Fetf Days. TEAM NOT YET IX FORM rinyevs Have Tlenty of Fight, t Don't Make Enough Show of It. Tlr WIIMAM n. HArTN.i. fye'al ft Tni Sen M Nw ToK Hcum I Pptcial f Tm BON inn Nsw Toss; niuto. Jackson"". Ha., March 14. With San Antonio, Tex., March 14. John a defeat' by the Brooklyns to mull overMcQraw this afternoon made the first the Yankees left here thla afternoon for j cut In the roattr of the (Jlanta. He an ti.r.. ir.m.. with the Cincinnati Tteds In . nounced the release of Jimmy Cooney, soulhern Florida In the next three days. ; They are not brooding over Saturday's j -Weak So far as It afreets their future . there was nothing In It to brood over, It Mould have been pleasanter to win It, j but, a Ping Bodle says, "You can't j win any ball games until the bell rlnfi. meaning that games m me pennan; season are the only ones lhat count At no time in their two weeks of rractlco this spring...

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

THE SUN AND' NEW YORK HERALD, MpNDAY, MARCH 15, .1920. . ' ,' 9 The United States Makes Its First Entry in the Belgian Olympic Games by Cabling Nomination of an he Hockey Team 1 I,,. . i- I i i ' . ! us i. i Ji .tm ' ; mmZ DIDCT II 5 BMTDV HMVXnPDC Wi IIHHC 1 llllAT 1? 'PPAg' WIT T. iMAMIMJMffllT I eight (hnsENiWEfl. iPSBLANfiA BACK I W CAPABLANCA BACK FIRST U. S. ENTRY INVADERS TO HAVE GOLF 'PROS' WILL ROAD RUNNERS OUT - Lfcd Champion Five IN OLYMPIC GAMES v STRONG GOLF TEAM British Links Soptotto Will Bo Hard Team to Beat in Match. PLAY AS YANKEES WantTto Moot Invaders as American Team and Will Havo No Combinations. IN LARGE SQUADS Taking Advantage of Mild Weather 80 Harriers Com pete in Lc'oguo Races. FROM TRIP ABROAD Cuban Expert Visited Great Britain, France? Spain and Holland. American Commlttco Cables tlio Nomination of an Ico Hockey Team. A QUERY ON 310WING ;ilclpfinns Urged to Allow Entry of Two Crows in the Boat ing Events. Tho flrt step toward official partlcl ji i ion in...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOK HERALD, MONDAY MARCH 15, 1920. 10 1 Geo. A. Huhn & Sons MEMBERS New York Stock Exchange Philadelphia ftock Eichingt Chicago Stock Eichtnge New York Cotton Exchinge 11! Broadway New York Then J'.n'-r 'HO. 1418 Walnut St., Phila., Pa. We recommend a BOND to Yield About 11 bited on the New York Stock Exchange and SECURED by a MORTGAGE on the property of a company with a LONG DIVIDEND RECORD on its Preferred and Common Stockj Full Dtlaih on Rtqutil 3 GLIDDEN, DAVIDGE &C0. Members S. Y. Stoct Eiehanft 20 Broad Street New York J. K. Rice, Jr. & Co. Will Buy l IK) Am-rlnw IMaim Tom. & Vtd. SO K. XV. llll-i. (ommon i SO Kniplri- r I A Iron Com. Vld, Hi l.rml Northern l'irr S3 t.rrat mrrtran Imuran 100 l.rnrrnl liiiklnc Com. Vtd. Home Itnurtllirr JO Inrri.oll-Itaml Common ' IOO Hlrbt Lumber Com. A" I'M. 100 Kerr Vml-ntlon ICO National Mjcnr tiffining .VI North Itlier Insurance 100 Northern Si r tl -tuba 10M . V. Male Ryn. 100 I'orahontmi Furl romtaoa "1 Ko...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 March 1920

'it THE 3UN AND NEvfr YORK HERALD. I MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1920, . 11 Carbon Steel All ISSUCB Mechanics & Metals National Bank "" Rights P. Lorillard Co. Rights HOLMES, BULKLEY & WARDROP MRMHEnS Ktie Yet Stk Exthsnl Pmlutth Shk Exthanti Un Bank Bid.. Pittiburih El BrwdiMT NtwYetk MontgoraeryWsrd Submarine Boat Gillilind Oil Phillips Pet. Glenrock Oil Midwest Oil Comprehensive article on above given in cur rent Issue of our weekly Financial Forecast free on rrgu-j.. Mk for Xo. 1 .0. MSWolfe&Co. ESTABLISHED IQOS 41 BROAD ST, NEWWRR, Hume. J5('od23 STANDARD wxisly trj nm urn icikubx , uailbb ON I TO TANDABD OIL " LVTESTOM hives I on KBQinuri CARLH.PFORZHEIMERttCa Tltoio 4110.1.1-1-4 Breai. 8rwUt,H American Piano Amer. Caramel Cem. & Pfd. Amer. Mfg. Com. & Pfd. LYON AND CO. 50 Pine St., N. Y. TeLJ.hnS4 National Sugar Del., Lack. & West. Coal Lehigh Valley Coal Sales FREDERIC H. HATCH & GO, Established 1818. I'kone Hector 8340. 74 D'lrnr, New York. WIRE CONNECTION...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1920, I ' M n 12 FOREIGNERS SEEK ' AMERICAN wares; JJuycrs in Many Countries I State Their Wants to Com merce Department. MVJSS JJKMKE TEXTILES ' Mnehim'i'.v, Food, Electrical Devices, Perfumery, Films mill Clothing Wanted. The weekly li't t European trado op XM.nunitles gathered by tlio Detriment vf commerce H slvcn below. Detailed Information regarding these trade chances may bo obtained by American lr.nn through Tub Sun and New Yor.x JIeiuUi, provided the Interrogator spe rirUnllv s-utes the number of each Item mid pb'-s It on ;i wparate. ehect. His .iuery will then be forwarded to tlio Te jMment of O-n.merce. which In turn v.U Hupply him w.l further data. As me Information Is intended by the De partment of Commerce to be Riven only to bona Ado American firms, thoso wishing the data arc required to fill out a blank, which may b. obtained at Koom i34. Vustom Hous", New York city. Header nr- tautloned not to send ELECTION?- AND MKKTIM'...

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

13 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARQH 15 1920, SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD ( TWO MORE PORTS TIED UP BY STRIKE jiohton and Savannah Shut to t'oastwisj Traffic hy Loiift shorcmcn's Wakoui. Jilt. THREAT MADK HERE I All Waterfront Men May Ho Z Palled Out Because Strike Brc'nlvcrs Come In. 1 Tlie imiBtlioiemen's strike whkh has fed up coastwise shipping In this porl. unread yesterday to Boston nnd flavan ", uah. Joseph D. Ryan, president of the A Mantle CoanUdlstrlct, said other ports nn.jld bo added within the next few davit, and he threatened oleo to call out nil organized labor on the piers here as h protest against the. Tall River Line -mploylnR strike breakers. Unless thv .ln the strike quickly, union men Mid, nery Atlantic and Gulf coast port will '." l. tied up. T. Howlnnd Gardner, head of the Tall " t.ner Line, admitted that hl.i company 1 nd hired 250 men to take the places of tiia. on Btrlke. "We feel that It Is a duty to the pub- )c to keep our boats runn...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 March 1920

14 SUGGEST SOLUTION OF ROAD PROBLEMS Security Owners Association Committees Adopt Report With Proposnlf. IFFFfT FOl'R .SL'B.IKCTS.,,bl -n- for the united Buua Arrw K Senate to succeed Eer-atar Jamta W. I Jnterstnte Commprce Commif?-1 .fion to Hold Hearing on Transportation Act. k ni.: WarT.eld !i lendlnK to-day . v... . t .h. viif,nl Ai5datlon of Owner, of RaMroad B pert adop'ed unanlaocuy at a m.ui. ef the committees of the oai.on wfcu;h slrikei at the root of certain . a .i ...M.T.. confronting th . rsllroads. Tse report makei four la- jortant surg'fUlons, which may it sum- . . .. . i . j , ro s.H wwor,! of public and .eglsU- organiratlon nvt. Is that Fran-ln D - ' . .1, .rar.nt fcr'I:''v'' "i! ren.o:rat.r -as r i - O.r.tiC'lon t i tew v. technical problems. 4. A new arrange-1 r,,nt for cooperation Utw.en .h.PPr, s'd the rallrssd narJmo-sly. b-n the prei.dent of the i essocUtlon nu a.'.horlie-l to arrange 'it representatives of the asaoclatio': snd It couns'l to attend the hearir....

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

. crtOPOSALS Vdil woodworking mi r.blniry, trallsre, brass, bronte, copper, lead, bell metal, braia tubing copper tubing, etsel rnbtnr. hraaa cWAodnla, tbeks, flush pipe, liaeln plugs, water-closet aeati, water kiloset ephone, valvei, dote looks, blankets, voprlng clothe, cargo chick Woke, Index (woke, Manila container!, idrttch pads, riona paper, tiriran ppi J-ress board, onion ekln ( Taper. Pealed proposals ftl 1,110 imito ui ilia rtrlear. The Panama B. C until lOlf 0 o'clock A. M.. Anrll i. WlO. at which time they Will b"opei.ed In imbllc for furnishing; th ubove-mentloned Articles, nianka and Information relatlnir ta thli Circular (13S4) may he. obtained a-ftwp.Wtfu45ffi: York CUT! 608 Cutnmm Btrt. bCALKO propoMle In Wpltcato trill be rrlcj ai mi lea m iMirucuoz uoartermeeter, 3a ft-bitrtall et, New Ybrk cltr. until 11 A. M .tprll I. 1W0, and tben opened for furalehlnz (.11 labor and material neceneary for erec tion of Incinerator and Can Waehlnr riant. Knr: Hamilton, K. V. Info...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 March 1920

' . " THE SUN AND NEW YORK" HERALD.; MONDAY, MABGH 16, 1920. iu J...- - - , , , i i i . XII T T T 7 - PERSONALS. ..nr-ii... vnu fortottenT Waltlnc answer my Isttara, r"" - H. THIXY, 48 flrtnt ' ' t..f rfkmu .March 21 returned or writ!".. Don t fear to turn, vrvrirE la hsrobr given that crom (late tlons contricud W y perion other man hlmeslf, ' LOST AND FOUND. rrnTAhnnl three or four weeks o, In Tlomtr o IrwuTPwU and Mounts n ar., Unner Montclnir, M J.. rentletnan's rold set with two diamond. .d one-ap- phlre. Liberal reward ffeM'.''i , eaniV to Mrs. A. P. Boehm, KS Midland it., Mnntrlalr I'none 57oflTi Thursday evening golnr '"m 'Silt at. to " Yd at' Oratd CentrM Terminal. Ih.n Ptamford. Oonnf t;n ll bill, an if me smaller note. V11. a?,7n nV.i nuestlons, Addreii E. Bun-nwsM. Herald ffquare. l,ORTniniond hnorti, scroll deajjn. con talna 39 Jhmnnde set In platinum. In Metropolitan Opera House, on We"?"v March 10. J100 reward and no queatlona arttd! nBKD BARTON, THEO. II. PTAUR.IMMii ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 March 1920

S&twt I WEATHER FORECAST. " Cloudy and warmer to-day; to-morrow cloudy and unsettled ; strong south and southwest winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 48; lowest, 35. Detailed weather report! will be found on the Editorial pu. VOL. LXXXVII.-NO. REVOLUTION IN GERMANY APPROACHES END; EBERT GOVERNMENT r PROBABLY TO RETURN; GENERAL STRIKE DEFEATS THE IMPERIALISTS LODGE RESER VA TION IS ADOPTED 56 TO 26: TREA TYDEFEA TSURE s Wilson Sends Word Quali fication of Article X. Is Unacceptable. HITCHCOCK HAS QUIT Poll Shows That Covenant Will Fail by Two to Eight Votes. ONLY 50 KNOWN FOR IT .6 Republicans and 23 Dem ocrats Certain to Vote in Negative. tptttai te The Bon i.vn New Toss Jliium. Washington. March 13. By u vote n' 36 "ayes" to 20 "noes" the Senate i o-day adopted the substitute Lodge reservation to Article X. of the League of Nations covenant In the face of last minute information from the White House that President Wil ton would not accept It. An analysis of the day's numerous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 March 1920

will ebon bp cleared o wlra 'tntagle ments, machine guns and nrmed troop Although thlM counter-revolution hna thuH far been tho most orderly of any In the History of a Rival country It has not panswl without tho clashing of urma and bloodshed. In various cIIIch there has been lighting, both by mobs and by troops, and to-day hcvenil persons wcro killed mid others wounded fn disorders In Ihc suburbs of nrrlln, when rlflea and machlno guns were turned upon- tho crowds. Hand grenades were also exploded In front of tlm lioaduiinrtcrrt. of (;nrn von Micttwltr, the reactionary Minister of Defence, Jmt they did no great dam nge, indicating merely tho spirit of op position. A proclamation Issued by tho new Government this morning said: "In order completely ' to exterminate the monarchist Idea from the minds of the Herman people, the former Govern ment, and especially thn Socialist nwjn berfi, poured out their venom and eoVi tempt on the (light of Kmperor WMam, which they characterised as a d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 March 1920

THE SUN AND" NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1920. :3: SYRIA DECLARES INDEPENDENCE; FEISALAS KING Mesopotamia Also Reported io Have Proclaimed Its Freedom. AHVSMATi TO BE RULER Lebanon Figures in Arrange incut for Sort of Arab FcdcVntion. Remit, March S, via Constantinople Unroll 13. The Independence of Syria was proclaimed hero to-day by the representatives of tho Syrian peo pie. Kinir Felsal wua declared King, with Palestine part of tho Kingdom of Syria. The Syrian banner consists of a seven pointed white star placed in the red Add of the Hedjaz Hug. Two simi lar stars placed Jn tho same way will rompno tho pennant of Mesopotamia, which Is reported also to have de clnrt'd Its Independence, with Emir Abhinal as King ns Emir Zed as Ue gent They are the third and fourth sons nf Klnpr Hussein. I.ehtinon has adhered to this pro' srnmme. and apparently a sort of Arab federation has been arranged. Emir IVisal In accepting tho kingship said his purpose was (Uninterested service. Tlio ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1920. SIMS BARES FEAR ; OF COMYOY'S PERIL Jelli Senate Committed Navy , Department Perflated In Vtiag Old Codes. ' MOVES K50WX BY FOE L'npnblljhed Story of Wartime Anxiety Unfolded by Ad miral at Hearing. VfkiHirir.'), Mares IX. A hitherto trepablUfced story ef wartiav aoait7 ro Jyjcdon trA Wuhbites, Wt German haul eru'jer attempt a forlorn bo? raid iolr.it American transport, was tuvVA'A to-d.7 to th Senate Naval Ib. veaUgatmg Ccbmv br P.ar Admiral films Metiag ex-charged br Admiral ErJoe. Chief Operation, and Ad ir.ll Bins, in July. ' wf prwented 67 the Utter to correct "Ic-.ptV.atrj" which, fc ld. Secretary Daniel tad mad to tht '.orrjr.ltu that -general pUr.a and wXIrt' "". of rr.y b-.ulr.eti.'' Inebdtd 5a sUtj formed b7 th Nav? ! Deptrtmest to meet ub raids and re- A Special Iuue DviM the Kntk Match, we ihan tare ixeiaJ fmae at t ywa by tfce B4 & Mortgage GEaramttt CriflJ to ptjr 4J5 lattrat. Tlu! iiine k S1,MM 11 amra a facto...

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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