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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1920. o LOWDEN HOTLY CHASES WOOD IN KENTUCKY POLL Illinois Man Appears to Be Gaining: Rapidly on His Chief Rival. OPPOSITION TO LEAGUE McAdoo in Lead fov Presidency Among Democrats of State. KENTUCKY. Hepubllcan county chairmen In Ken tucky vote Major-Gen. Leonard Wood the tlrat choice of that State for the nomination for President. Gov Frank O, Lowden of Illinois Is second choice, with Indications from voluntary comment on the situation by thope voting for Wood that the Illinois man is gaining rapidly on his rival. Tlis poll taken of the chairmen by The oi'N a.nd New York Herald developed a wider (leld of candidates In Kentucky than any other state. Jo less than nine of the twenty-one candi dates or potential candidates named on the ballot sent out by this paper re ceived omo votes for first choice. Four others not getting Into the first column showed fentlment as second choice. Kentucky's twenty-six delegates to tne I'hkago conventio...

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. — 16 March 1920

I j THE SON AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1920. 1 6 -i AHTanorECTi. I !a: . 1 JERSEY WIKS PLEA IH PROHIBITION CASE anf Two Children CHARGED TO POUCEH plitet h bniA hr I. S. 'tctirru in Jersey Plant. ' airf i 7r f rr ar yrr Twi Kcu-i t i .wi a ' uif " ieB -v trt siwjBr" inrzi ;.v i-v'-n a t-vrJ Ci-tii o , s Artw Jtfta v-i-r j r. . 'rir ;ot' T3.t "iVtrjsij i-.t I Csrt. Jl. . 7 tut A3 -ww itf-riMy ' . 17 lit C.ti t i4T i&2KI ' TM ItV- 47 f;:ar ifffttMl. Tiit lit ret av fccIK- tv jr Jrtr tJw u rj6vt!ni Ti, rsnstj f-j;iT ta ' i. raJ: ;raje i.. ajr. tea a$ ?- ix iivX t tattxt. 71 trt rtia riv'e iv VziaUiA. Y.iftlA Mm Miv. Jvt CViTt V SEPARATION SUIT BASED ON CANDY 14Jtt - CHi Ur vmcaum iT-.--.ii. -7 f. tU rr.M -7 f' ;rjr.:y-tA' Si!:.w Kic lA-'JT? li7 W 11,1 1, i. -T''T vt'.T,-"5 Brvo-s trrw ir v?4vt4 j (4.- J7 J 7TJxT irrtiV'i .ctil.'r ' r Cc - b-u xbt u cXtB 'Jam a it a Trti I n a9 xn4 Ms frrr,awie u cm x-c- i Ovn tUtr Vat VKzimmh zut "l t-iT.'Bafcr ti .'migjam cfjj QU Zgrw...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1920. PARTS a. NOTICE TO THE SUN AND THE NEW YORK HERALD'S Ship News Office is adjacent to the Barge Office at the Bat tery. . Telephone 1572 Broad. , CLOSING Transatlantic Mail TUESDAY, MARCH 10. Jrorrs.and Gibraltar (Italy ): also parcel it malls for Atorei, Gibraltar and Italy, tr YJreeee 4 . tr Canada. 10 AM, .rcipirn!, (JamMi. Sierra Leone and specially ptMrfuM corrfsponflcnce for Uold Coast, Taffo IidJ. Dahomey nd Lagos, itr Data, I0;t0 AM. THURSDAY, MAncn 18. France. Ilfljtliim, Hotimartla. Bulgaria, Lux. oj.'yurc iVeclio-iUovaliU. Juiro-Slavla. Trentlno, 'tW-nc, (leruinn-AustHa. Poland. Hwltierlanil, I it Spain. Ureece. Portugal, Turkey; Ueypt. WitUli Imlli. llritlah Ksst Africa. .Malta, 01 li.atmr. O)lort and Straits Bettlmnents, via llare a ln parcel post malls for Franc. 4c. itr r"iU''0 S'.TO AM (sup IU80 AM). St Uirta and South Africa; alio parcel poat unlit for I nlon of South Africa, Hecbuanaland 1'rotP. toratf. Portugues...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 March 1920

, TjTUrt f24k Htl J' USKZV THE NEW, YORK HERALD. -. -n.KStiAr. HABClt 1. raw Ton twirt. Vie-?'"" -p-H.,. sre;sry eltv aad rr Kii! if iLtsilsslW Hl out K I r tr mi 4 1 iir edMSea. roaxtc." BATE. DAI7.T .KT..S; g dailt wiy - 3!;?! lu mil. oar.t.. r TL San-Haral. HrV is rtrtX eatto, ar l"a Or ATEXCS DE PA MS lfra h wz ?; Tart oBte. tv. Prti U wiBire!r - If li " Viu4 wiSr or tpu!j A in fctrtta tr ,ur fjvoj, tTf its j In , ta! uas tor tt vor? II ' , j-'nti. hhoaowat. teijcpmcwe, woutii hum. After All It Comes Down to God's Law of .Supply and Demand; .Nothing He Counts. Wfcea Mayor Hylax. the Metropol itan Life Insrarance Company and otber isj;ortant Str' Vort Influences and Interests uwlertate to get $100. W.OW of capita! put Into bulidlnx r.ew hoasw t!e? sfcirt rigiit. Thl is an economic job. pure and simple. Tlie natnral lows make no distinction M-jrii-a 'he martt-t for palaces and the market for sirloin steal', the mar ket tor cot;e and the market for Abbott If there are too man? of a...

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

Mrs. Wilson Opens the Flower Show; i General Pershing the Guest of Honor Left to Right Misses Lilian L, Remscn, Carlotta Havemeyer and Sylvia R. Hillhouse, Gen. John J. Per shing, Miss Janet Croll, Miss Katharine D. Porter and Mrs. Clark Fosdick. rrpsiilonfs "Wife Tresses But ton Throwing Open Doors of International Exhibition. The i-eventh International Flower Show aa opened yesterday In the Grand Cen t 1 Palace liy Mrs. Woodrow Wilson, f hi- pressed a button at the White House win 'h opened the doors and permitted ten dlabled soldiers, who are being UukIii j.,itdeni:ig at the Brooklyn Botan ical iardena. to enter. The opening n.irkid the resumption of the (lower fhmi ,ift-t n lapse last year, caused by i ) ue uf the building as a. wur hos pital John J Pi rshlnn wns the guest of i !,.ukt. Hp entered with his aide, Col. A. I" Uuekempyur, who was on ills stuff In j'rum ; and was met by Mrs. Cliurles A. I'hlldB. Mrs. Price Post, Mrs. Adrian I-eiin, Mrs. A. Barton Hepburn, Mrs. "dWBrd ...

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

8hes(jn and new ytiftft JBa-?;. tumn m mo: XV tsr Reds Defeat Yankees in Close Game by 2 to 1Dofyrf Manager Pats His "Q IF on vam wek rt j'STRANGLER YICW 1 YANKEES BEATEN IN EIGHTH INNING FLETCHER'S ERROR COSTS THREE RUNS Lewis Using His Famous Head Iidck. i With Flyjifff Hcadlock' Eetrtfil Giant Shortstop Heave Ball Into flight Field and lie emits Win by 6 to 2. Thormnhlen's Three Passes Plns Cadtrock-to .Mat. if 1 Ifoim 3 Minutes; Enable Reels to Score the Winning Bun. V iMMjM-A i lev j HELMAR J 1 UMPIRE'S DECISION DEAR Viek Is Prevented From Tak - Inir First Banc nt Critical Point. Br wai.MM n. n.fA. jt;i i Ths, r 4 Nr Voaft Ifuiia. Miami, FH-. Mtrch 15. The Yankees ,im .re tn the tmorof table buslneas ei making l-s tuns than the other team. I noon. Some of tlx veferaits Just mar.-.i- ii ih.ir second soring aged to drag thewsrlres'lo too, sort Ir.ter-leagu game, sth'-n the bajtball rtimciw.i of ell cretitlon tt th'.m. a to 1 The Vank dropid Jcmn from JvkKnvllle to enjare Oj Clocl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 March 1920

ii Women 's National Indoor Tennis Championship Begins at 7th Regiment Armory With Victories for Boston GirU THE SUN AND NEW YGJIK HERALD, ITOSMY, MARCH IS, 1920. BOSTON GIRLS ARE TENNIS MAKERS Miss E. Sigourney-nnd Mfss L. Bancroft Triumpfi in In door Championship. MRS. SCIDIITZ IS BEATDN One Time Title Holder Lack ing' i SpeUSistcn Survive Play. Two Ilostpn girls, Mss Edith Rigour ney and Miss Leslie Bancroft, played a leading part In the qpenlruj rounds of the women's national tndoor tennis' championship In the Seventh Regiment Armory yesterday. Each triumphed In two matches, Mlsa Siguorney eliminating Miss Alice Bayard and Mrs. Frederick C. Schmlt-, the only former champion among the- forty-stx aspirants-, while Miss Bancroft scored over "Kiss AdI Crasln and Mrx II. B. Huff In- extra set tussles. The close off" play found them the only two survivors among: the out-of-town entrants, But tho qualify of their tennis, particularly that of Miss Slgourney, somewhat weakened ihf be lie...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 March 1920

YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1920: M 4 m 1 Buy Canadian Bonds' Now Due to present exchange rata, the American dolly Luat a nigh premium in Canada. This assuxea ' imrnedlate buyers of Canadian Government, Provincial and Municipal Bonds an Income of from 6Vz to Vh Canada's financial stability makes these securities an un usually safe investment. Principal and interest payable In United SUt funds. Write for Bond Circular 53-16. Wood. Gundy & Co. Incorporated 14 Wall Street, New York Toronto London, Eng. Montreal MONTREAL MARKET REFLECTS WALL ST. Xew British Interests in Do minion Steel Meet Opposi tion in Proposed Merger. gr.7MTCT.M--l-M-l'kjjl ll H UJ W Canadian 3 Securities i5 Discount Q Your American dollir boys $1.15 in Canada. We will be glad to send dealen a lift of high grade government, municipal, public utility and industrial isrues principal and intereat on which are payable at par in the United States Q Deducting ISCC from the Montreal market price of these iiue, make...

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

THE SUN, AND NEW YORK HEJIAJJ), TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1920. W 13 TRANS-CANADA LIMITED Fast Trans-Continental Service Resumed MAY 2. Ninety-two Jiours from Coast to Coast. Tho Train de Luxe for sleeping car passengers only through the CANADIAN PACIFIC ROCKIES "Fifty Switzerland in On" , Standard sleeping cars, dining car, compartmont observation car. Direct connections from New Yorlt. Resort Hotels open for early Summer travel. Ask for Descriptive Tour "C." F. R. PERRY, General Agent, Pan. Dept., 1231 Broadway, New York CIj. AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY to purchase Canadian Government, Municipal and Corporation Bonds to yield from 6 to 10 income. The embargo recently placed by Canada prohibiting purchase and im portation of securities from abroad, temporarily withdraws from the markot the principal buyers of these issues. As soon as Canadian Exchange becomes more normal, wo believe this embargo will be lifted, and will enable purchasers to resell the securities at a substantial pr6fit. We...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 March 1920

14 44 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1920 Munds Rogers Stackfiole Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain Members N. Y. Stock Exchange N. Y. Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trade 25 Broad St. . .. . Uptown Office 16 Vandcrbilt Ave. 'FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Jtising Movement in Stocks Is Resumed and Higher Ground Is Reached. RAILS ARE EXCEPTIONS include Among Your Holdings Guaranteed . . Terminal Bonds BONDS of this type, in addi tion to being secured upon valuable real estate and termi nal properties, which ordinarily it wuuld be impossible to dupli es 'C, arq in most cases guaran teed by the railroads dependent upon the facilities of the terminal company. In these unusual times it is possible for the investor to purchase high grade terminal bonds at very attractive prices, both from the standpoint of return and prom ise of appreciation in value. It . you would like to have us bring '' to your attention from time to, time bonds of this type, simply ask us to place your name on...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1920. 16 W offer and recommend for investment Syracuse Gas Co. 1st Mortgage" 5 Gold Bonds due Jan., 1946 Absolute first mortgage on all property Syracuse Gas Co. Patent price, 85, compares with 102 normally. Carstairs & Co. Investment Securities Member t'hltsdelpiita and Hew York Clock Btchanges 71 Broadway, N. Y. 1419 Walnut Street Philadelphia tiELLWlGAfttUJTTQg Utmltrs oj Ntt Y$tk Slack Exchtnt INVESTMENT SECURITIES 16 Bread Street, New Yk Telephone Broad (234 it I PRICHITT &CO. MEMBERS OF NEW YORK. STOCK. EXCHANGE m INVESTMENT SECURITIES SIXTY" BROADWAY NEW YORK. CITY IUIII13t" BANKERS PREDICT EASY MONEY RATES Expect More Time Funds to Bo Offered Shortly at Lower Figures. CREDIT PANIC HAS PASSED Tax Payments Cause' Largest Clearings in History of Clearing House. A possible profit of apl proximately 385 can : be obtained by invest- i ing in j French Gov't 5 National Loan of 1920 ! Write for Special Letter ; Kie!y& Horton...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1920. 16 t. tr 4TATE 1920 BUDGET I! TO BE $116,888,879 zlAnnual Bill Introduced for E; 871,098,003-Other Amounts to Be Added. ;!hevente IS 122,973,037 "Legislators Explain That Cash :1 Balance of $19,000 Justi fies Expenditures. H AW ant, Ma" 15 Senator Henry SI. Sage and Assemblyman H. Edmund ;j!acho!d Introduced in the Legislature "Jto-nlght the annual budget bill carrying appropriations totalling 174,998,003. to jwhlch must be added the tal of ap propriation bllU already passed, aggre gating 14,942,331 excluding highway ap propriations. These figures will bring th total State expenditures to an esti mated amount of J116.S55.879, the larg est In the history of the State. The est! . mated total revenue of the State for the fiscal year are 1122,973,037, includ L Ing a direct tax of J14.6.3S4. and an -estimated cash balance of J19.863.553. 1J Senator Sage and Assemblyman -Jlachold lsuel an explanatory state Wnt to-nlgnt, in which they s...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 March 1920

17 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1920, FEBRUARY BUILDING FIGURES SHOW LOSS OharlM F, No yea Company sold for , . . 'Zllphao K. Burke the Ave story bulldlnff, Filings In All BoronirhS LOSS'26-758-4' 25 Dwun rtwot, to Rich- Than During January Condition General. ' n-.4TiV TUTAnvwm a nrriTTTTi uxjiiuxj. iiuxiuxnx xiuxxYXi I ! Knickerbocker Building He sold to Oporntor Other Ee'cont Reports. Building In 1920 Ih confined to the tarser projects. This fact, which If evidenced by observanro of operations, which run heavily to the luxurious and femMuxurlous apartment hotels and to Ir.duHtrtal building, Is borne out by re turns from tho building departments from 198 dtle Theso oftlotal returns to the .American Contractor Indicate a tout estimated valuo of $Ui6M29 for I'Vhi' inry hullding permits, bh sgalnsi ti total of ?34,7SC,196 for the same period In 1919. rvery borough of New York city eliows loss. Complete returns for these boroufhs wrra not nvavllable for publl c.itlon...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 March 1920

18 I ITT Ml &2 OUR NEW TELEPHONE NUMBER IS STUYVESANT4200 Eatv to Remember &07 BROADWAY Butinett Property TIME PROFITS i AMTf-KDS AV. CTKM ? Mtit .a ! W "? ,T(mKK. UI U- k!il l-WAW IN OHMD'-f" I I apartment bose. ViMMT" BIW.IlIUK ,Jr,'; 1ITH .T-ll.rM .Ur sr,rtn.'t BESTS IMW. ! "1U l-"v Crt-f. PHHll SIMMs'. ,jr IKIMT1 ilKOIHH I1-145TII -T--75 frf ! tr "tH"' KENT? f.tU to" w, I1'''-'' OrtoWr. PKIfl- IIViV.. SI.? .K.r l,.r if 'l?t!'tt?',-' lSltnAV Itl'-T -T -'S"!' lur: fwir d ni rtra llflNITI OF lIT -T I1KOAD WA V st 1111 A ST (TlflriM M ft. HIT IHJM. fKKB SIM.. . IV aim l' llUMt" la '" 7 . tertrr,r,t lrj M .mall. It will i M,"1 "t- b. T. WOOD, 220 BROADWAY. t t :u.s OMrtt !' "- ! ' ' ' " ' ley ' t vvi i w t K - 'muif'.v t: A4'm J-t. 4' T-.oth cf Hfni Eot. I ATTlIo:-wl-I.y i 'l(4U .tt rjjm t'M fwir j Ihw, V-vir. 1.1 nva.uM. 1'i.y.i.'. I ?t hfr vt trwit t if" 1 ?.! tt.l rf v y B'vitrir TWO-t''k TOUT fcOVBUS Af .'.TVJr.TT HO'E o:; LT KA'-' I'LA'T WJI VKnHBOK Wjl .!.:. JMl'H'UKMJ ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 March 1920

rnOFKSSIQAL MTOATIONB 1 Jlil -X1 J'.J4rta0. OOVEUNESS wlihai position; best references. Phone Miss rkhraldt, Kcnmore 1018-W, before it 1L , , GOVERNESS (English) houri disengaged) English, music, Frenoh. D. a., tJti Co- lumens ay, triNIi'UIUiiT "on Id Ilk a few mors patient! would go to ladles' bonus. Stewart, lilOi im T I1'""" 3'omlngeld 78QT. XnTCURIST. uoal light colored girl, Itohrer'a ayatem! parlor work or barber Irion noiiars. iva mp t.ig,,,. ItANli'l'Hl.NO, facial, icilp. McDonell (col ored!. 1M Wnt 180th, apt. 7. Audubon fiiWn. MANIiM'ltlNU lioyu- or by apolntnient. Le;ls. IS ivntre t.. Newrk, N. J., oppoalto tube. . flANIiTRlNO: home or out. 109 llatlroad av. Jersey City. Prove station. n, t tip l'i Mil) "educa ted woman nursery gover" n' perfect Kngllih '"! Gcrnlan; children Po'c a years: HO, $73; excellent references, t M 202 Sun-Herald, Herald iquaro. m5aLI "and face treaUnrnta by expert at Jour Yraltlencc; Ptofi'f below Sdth at, ANNA tVkM.sr.S. 1.-'"'' 't av kOTl a Sec...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 March 1920

20 , PERSONALS. tOHBT. or aww,Mi.l. utmftra. iwnrm. .III not to irnlbl. lor tnr - . .jp -im .I'ifii i7. lrSASirJ Tieirtrr.. who , mow lo Nut VoTt from Antwri'. m LOST AND FOUND. rOOND-Walrfi nr1 fob tn subwar car. Venn lUllon, Saturday, March U. Apply. M mall, to nm lis, urainr, . KOllNI-Fbruary .21. allyr koiii ior(tnin. ! It rl il qumo. toUNn-llraoelet: will return to loser. A. J. Ithomln, Hotel Savoy. LOST Gold raaih ban. JUtuidajr eitnlnK. March 13, bitween Madlaon av. una 7lh at. or 60th t.i liberal Tfwarrt If ra turnp.l. iMwIn II. Bulkley, 25 Hroart at.. New York city. LOST-About Ihree or four wijka jso, In rldnlty of Irwin Tark and Mountain ar., BwVr Montclalr. K. J., a antleman'a gold rlnr, act with two diamond and one ap. phlre. Liberal reward offered for return i of ame to lira. A. P. Doeara, 2tt Midland at., Montclalr, l'hone 2162. , LOST-Diaawad brooch, acroll doMw. con tuino -Jaion-n at In platinum, in Metropolitan Opera lloujt, on Wertnday, March 10 1100 reward and no ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

Ssmt 1 s WEATHER FORECAST. Local rains and colder to-day; to morrow fair; southwest and northwegt winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 55; lowest, 37. Detailed weather report! will bo found on the Editorial par. 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. LXXXVII. NO. 199 DAILY. PRICE TWO CENTS . THREES CENTS IN NEW YOBK CITY AND SUBURBS. OX TRAINS AND ELSEWHERE. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, mr-'& GERMAN CRUISER BOMBARDS KIEL; 400 KILLED; CHANCELLOR KAPP RESIGNS, LONDON HEARS; GENERAL STRIKE CA USES HUNGER IN NA TION STATE SENATE NOW IN REVOLT OVER BEER BILL Snen Republicans "Will Holt if Thompson Calls Dry Caucus. EX-SOLDIER HANKS SPLIT Anderson Hissed and Served With Libel Summons at Excise Hearing-. ff, ni m Tiir Scn and .w York Herald. i ban 7, March 16. The Senate was drawn to-day into the tense liqu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

it Hi I w fim u'nrkord M'cro offended i. ty tho bourgeois composition of the ( Orcen police. , HtudrnU Iln"l Tourtlirr. I In Ixlpslc fifty pewoiw were killed hnd many wounded Inst Sunday n lighting which Rii'w out of hostility between the student militia nnd work ers. - The student 1" university cities linvo biimled together into a ho-cniled Zeltfrciwllllire, or emergency volunteers, which Is notoriously hi Bupport of the niot extreme reaction. 3n Leipslc the btudents tried to pre vent n demonstration uml parade by strikers nnd tired Into the crowd. Later the students' good faith In the Iteichswehr was distrusted by the workers nnd they wore surrounded In Uielr barracks by tlioKlnwohonrwtdir.' br home nillltla, and disarmed. The city necessarily was put under mili tary control and the down town dls 'trict closed to the public. During a demonstration on Leipslc yesterday troops tired on a crowd, killing more than twenty persons and .wounding about sixty. Thirty jicrsmis were killed, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

THE SUN AND" NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920. SENATE TO ME ON PEACE AFTER TREATY ACTION Resolution to Re Offered to Open Way for Separate Peace With Germany. BRITISH TRAP SUSPECTED Claims of Egypt, Ireland and Corca Discussed Ballot Probably on Saturday. Fprrinl to Tni! Ron ad New York TUsai.d. Washington, March 16. With thn final rejection of the peace treaty nc teptod as certain whenever a vote is reached, tho Senate to-day discussed reservations aimed to protect the rights of Egypt, Ireland and Corca to independence. No change was marked in tho outlook as regards ratification, t ho opponents still claiming from two to e.ght votes moro than the number required to reject, but admitting that tlie debato on Egypt, Ireland and Corca will mako it impossible to reach the final voto Thursday. Senator l.ndgo (Mass.) and other leaders thought it was certain to bo taken not later than Saturday. There is a growing disposition to take up Immediately after tho treaty is disposed of,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920. mil: II 'FOE HAD TROOPSHIPS IN POWER, SIMS SAYS Unhl bv Mattlc Cruiser Would Have riii.vcd llavoi' in tlur Summer f I1H. HE WAKNED IN VAIN ;V8liiiirlii Finally Aeleil, but flormanvN Cliancp Tlio'n AVas l,ot. Washington. Mnrrli 15. -Germany jv,1sc an opportunity to paralyze snip ping and American troop movements to J'rance In the summer of 1?IS liy not iscndlin: u bailie cruder to raltl oor.vos. Jte;tr Admiral V. H Slrn. Mid 'o-il.iy. lontlnulns his tn-tlmonv before tlie Senate commlii"" hvpniigatlne Ms eliargt-s against the Nuv Department's conduct of the w:ir. Allhuimh the le imrlrncnt wan w.i.-m-v September, l'..n, of thlrt d.inRer. herald, It had no comprehensive plan ui eombat Mich an enemy move ten month" later when the rtanser really wan imminent "Tho department urknovvledeed It had no approved plans ami "aid It depended on the European for. es and on the Brit ish Brand fleet to ctunil off the dancer Viitil It had time t ...

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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