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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1920. 4 KRAMER PLANS DRY DRIVE SOON f 4sh worth Ask 92,000,000 0f i onsrrcss to Stop All Liquor smiiarffllnff. j! i:ICO IS RIG OFFENDER Customs Officials to Search Vi'cls at Coast Ports rind Patrol Borders. $100,000 in Whiskey Stolen From Distillery n, i, I'lipafh to Tub Sex asn New Y k llEiutn. WASHINGTON, Feb. 2. Fed ' oral prohibition authorities received n telcpram to-day say inp that sixty barrels of whiskey had ocen stolen from a distillery :n the vicinity of Baltimore. Th.s whiskey, at current rates, is valued at approximately $100,000. ft,,,- DiipatcK to The SN and Ni To IICBlLD. j . t-l. rw..,..l,l.. I. H AMIl.Jtu.i 'u. . i. v. j ...... f. .i ready for the first nationwide Ameri can drive for the absolute enforcement of c .nstitutional prohibition. Within the ndxt few days Federal rrrhitmion agents In every city and State, assisted by local and State au thorities, will begin a vigorous enforce ment campaign, in which they ho...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

THJj) SUN ANA NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920. MUSIC WEEK BEGUN; 1,200 IN CONVENTION Various Branches of tho Indus try Represented at Sessions pBISS ELLIOTT AND "NIGHT BOAT" IN WITH JOLLY CREW W REPEATED , GALLI-i Principals in New Plays Laat Night. 41 NEW PLAY WIN SINGS VIOLETTA IOC. waainy ii'mfe, r' ' .'i n rt I alaflJaW W8J '91 Returns to Local Slaae With WJUiam Ifnrlbni's "Trimmed iii scarlet.' 3' JJBK OWN THEATHK Ploy of Many Imnrolmliilitlcs, Some Strong Scenes and Smart Talk. , Ml I I 1; MAXIN'E KLUOTT'N TJIEATJIJ:. TIUMMKI) TS KOAill.CT." com edy by William Hurlbut. it Mrt. Todd V-ty ryir Uvnt maid I.v.lU Murry Mr. Klpp Jtevere Wayne. Hallr Here- .. David Kbblnc.. liouMnuld Katharine F:ert I.um.den liar Sylvia ."eln Sidney JJIrkir . .Onrcndo!)!! Valentine k Archer Klexaton CoriUHa,.., Charles Knlsht. Janitor Albert iirn ... Maxtne Elliott Stanley Wirrrlngton Jil'ca Eian iVirlf Hanna I Blaekburn Ilenlamln Kbblnir JlontaKu.- lluiliTf ur,i Marie Klleen HuWr.on Miss ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

THE UN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY g, 1920. WOMEN TO ATTEND WADSWORTH FEAST 3(10 M'on Leaders Ask Scats Wiiiiout Waiting for tlio Formal Invitations. I'KIMU AHY 20 IS DATE SET J ew ( omilii's of State Arc Un I'l'lin'sonlctl in List of Committee. V 'li an Imprcsklvo list of Itepubllcan If , r - .if NVw York State on the com pi munitions wont out ycHtprd.iy for ' ' i 1 r ' In' rIvoh February 20 to i . i si.iti'H b'onutor James V. Wmls ii' .lr, "In recognition of lila , c . 'ioiI KMVIrp to tlio nntlon nnd the ,. ji. ApplliMtlotiH for 300 wilts- l;nU b. .ii umIvi'J lnrt nlKht from thonu who net wiili for formal Invitations. I itiM' of her opposition to Senator ,,lMmih Mies Mary tJariett Hay, one (i, . iiimsi prominent woman workers In i . t, ,n In this Slate, was not naked to u $i I' ii the i nmmltteo. There arc other ciMs, however, who have consented Aiming them lire Mis. Susan . KiiniM'y uf Buffalo and .Miss Mary i,i ., i-i li.ilnn.m of the committee. I l.ons, Itepubllcan l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

GOMPERSSTpRS BIG LABOR TflERGER ! Ceutml Uodies of New York nml Brooklyn to Ilccomo Ono Under A. F. of L. Control. see mmy ;ro new party CluirtfftN Against' Federated Union May lie Dropped Coin bl no in (!0 Day 8. Tlta (ration nt ft Kindle labor orrnn izatlon nrrtcr direct control of thf Amerlcnn Ketlerntlnn of Lnhor nml to Include tlm hitlf million orsnnlzcl work ers In tlio greater city will !. prom irendeil to the executive council nf the feclru tloit an n tvmilt of nn nil day conference yesterday between u commit tea of (ho council, hemic 1 hy .Sinviel GomiorB, nnil rciireffntntUeH of th Central l-Ydir.ilcil I'nlon of New York nml tlio Central Labor Union of Hrook Jyn. IlcsolntlonH recommend Ins the fnrna tloit of the iimalBamnt'd nrK.in'z.i'.ioil tvtw hIbuciI mill forwarded to the "X tcutlvo council of the fi deration v, nil tlio further recommendation that fwt timnlframatlon be effected within s -ty days. At tho concltiKlon of the confer ence Samuel Gnnuiers announced thnt tho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

fm. nm mm mm wm bebmb, tciem, msmmr z, isbo. Let Us Americanize America An Invitation to All Chambers of Commerce Boards of Trade and Other Civic Bodies Labor Unions Professional Associations Women's Clubs Manufacturers Associations Rotary Clubs and Other Business Bodies 1 And All Other Organizations of Every Kind, Local or National ftt its meeting on January 29, 1920, the Executive Committee of the National Board of Fire Underwriters unanimously adopted the following resolutions: WHEREAS, in the face of an active propaganda of disloyalty and the subversion of American ideals and our form of government the time nas arrived for an mimistakable expression upon the part, of all those who are devoted to the Nation's highest interest and WHEREAS, the National Board of Fire Underwriters has already taken steps to organize the fire insurance forces of America into the Fire Insurance Americanization Movement, and has received enrolment pledges from many thousands of agents in all parts of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

aV Bin unit leac 8 , Canadian Government and Municipal Bonds We have prepared a specialist Riving particulars of our present offerings of which principal and Interest are payable In New York. The Income return varies from 6A0 to 7 I Write for List D 26 Wood, Gundy & Company t Incorporated i.i Wall Street New York TOHONTO MONTHi: W, CANADA The GreenshieMs Monthly Review QA short nummary of the Canadian financial and industrial eitua tion. C,With which is in. eluded our Investment Suggestions, a summa rjr of the most attract ive securities available for investments in Canada. ,fFe shall be clad to send copict frcn on request. GREENSIIIELDS&CO. MmWt UhItm Slock Eiduata Datlen Id Gtaailaa Dj Iuum. 17 St John Street, Montreil. i i H i i 5 BUY the new Canadian Government Vic tory Loans and take advantage of, the high ex change rate to get a safe income return of from 6 to 7 per cent., according to ma turity. ll'rfft us for particulars. F.B.McCurdy&Co. Members Montrtal Stock Ex...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

1 " THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 120. "The World's Greatest Highway" the PACIFIC COAST Gcjiing the Canadian Pacific Ro.ckiei the Grandest Winter Scenery in America. Seen in luxurious comfort trains with compartment observation cars dining cars. Visit VICTORIA and VANCOUVER, B. C, both with hotel ol Metropolitan itandard. Ad for descriptive booklet "C" and details of fares and train service. F. R. PERRY, General Agent, Pass. Dept., 12JI nroadwny. . New York CItv, PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN 4 Bonds due July 1st, 1923 Payable in New York. To Yield lyi UTRO BROS. & CO MONTREAL 57 St. Francois Xavier Street Direct Wlro With New Tork Oflloo NEW YORK - 120 Broadwav m.r.rnow MAIN S1H7 Member New York Stock Exchange Dealers in All Canadian Securifie Why Buy Canadian Exchange in the Dark? A fluctuating market for Canadian exchange makes it impera tive tli.u American importers and exporters doing business with Canada should seek the best possible advice befort- doing the...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

-i)ypWffwHllijWf--'Wy,''VTyp-'l " ewnf4f ji.-t- m ( 10 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920. H-H fit AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. founded isaa.wi, s ifvv voiri,VilH7jAv,"V'K, ;i71koT Tlii: Sl'N-llllltAl.n Com'OllATIO.N Publisher, :0 Broadway, rrnuk A. Mtinsey, I'rralUrrit. Ervln Wnrdmafi, Vice-president ; Wm, T, Den-art, Vu-r. president imil Trousurer; It. H, Tltherliiiitoii, Secretary. NICWH.STANII TKICES. Dally, (tin inila ii iopy In New York rlly nml Milmrlin n ml three cent flir Hlirre) biiinhiy, Hie inil elsewhere, ten cents, MAIL SUnSCniI'TION RATES. East of Mississippi lltver: One Sir One lly Mull. Pnstnntd. Your. Stonthe. .Month DAIf.Y & SUNDAY. .111. 00 .0 J1.0V DAILY only 8. OH 4 50 .ID tfl'NDAV only 4.00 3.25 .40 SUNDAY only, Canada oft 3.33 M For all poliiln west nf (tin Sllaslselppl jitver aau 11 a year tor uuliy or uany ana eunuay euillullH, KoinnoN hates. DAILY A SUNDAY.. JJfl.OO $13.30 12.(0 1MH.Y only m.oo 1,00 l.to t rjUNDAY only P.73 5.15 . All r...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

MISS HEWITT TO MR. W. DiiiijrliU'rof .Mr, nnd Mrs. K. It. Hew lit to Ito lirlilc of Kniiiioul Much tor. M' iiul M: .. IiVUrC! HlllgWOod Ht)W. (i ,.f 1.7 Ku.it Twenty-Mrst street yes-a-. hi nmutiicd tlio engagement of tit i. .laughter, Mis Lucy Hewitt, to ,l w ill. urn Burke Bulkuup nf I,oulH-till.- Ky. Arrangements for tho wedding ill i,t lie mailo until Miss HuwfU'a , ! r, Ml"' LWUlllCO JIQWIU. ll'tlll'llX limn Vtii !'. where ! has been n r. i in ) lift worn mr tuo .M'nr East, ,',ii,n !' fr a year, Mr. Abrmn N, ;i (. hi, t mui of .Mr. nml'Mrfi, lluwltt, v ill i u-i lo-iiny fm- Tmlv to bring Ills ,l,-i i b.ii l ' An. '.Tint. Another brother it Mi Ashley C. Hewitt, who served In tuiiiK (Ui tlio engineer corps of tliu m 'ii.i mi-- .I."' Hewitt Is it granddaughter cf tin- lute Ahrnm S. Hewitt and n great , mncliliiiiKliler of I'etrr Cooper, She, had in formal debut becnuso of tlio war, but mi licr entire time to tliu American t'niwiiitt' for Hexttstuted France In ri Vmii iii (I also ii...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

12 4 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920, ar mvwnr m -mr au ar m i i i Maury Rogers & 'Auchincloss Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain Members N. Y. Stock Exchanga N. Y. Cotton Exchanga Chicago Board of Trad. 25 Broad St FINANCIAL HEWS AND COMMENT NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES. Monday, February 2, 1920. Day's sales.... Year to date... 1920. 4S2.2C3 20,122,592 1919. 282,207 12,087,082 .Tnwliiiff In Stock Market Is Bull, I'liinferestinpr and Largely Professional. cCloilnr.-, IDlr. Did. Ask. n J MOST TSSl'ES AUK FIRM Money Renews -at Now High Record for Ycai Many Shares Up at Close. Invest Your Money Conservatively DO not overlook the fart that government and municipal bonds, railroail bontls, li.vdro-clcctric bond', electric light and power bonds, mdiiMri.il bonds anil many investment preferred rtwks are now obtainable at Jricts far below intrinsic val ue Securities of this char acter, elected with proper discrimination, oiTer unusual opportunities not only as to enhance...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOBK HERALD, i TUESDAY, FEBRUARY ?, 1920, One of The Best' preferred stocks issued by one of the strongest indus-S trial corporations is offered by us at an attractive price. Large assets, earnings and sinking fund provisions make this stock a very de sirable investment. For particulars send for Circular No. BX-74. . BIG GOLD SHIPMENT TO BE MADE TO-DAY Total of About 10,000,000 Is Engwped lTp to Yesterday Afternoon. A. 6. Leach & Co., Inc. Intetlmtnt Securities I Cedar Street, New York tfc-atn notion Buffalo Cleveland : .isdclpblji Mlumapoli Ilalllmure LAKGEST EXPOIIT OF JSI20 AMERICAK LIGHT WET GAIHB. Report (or 1010 Shonra Increases Conitared "Willi 1018. Tb net earnings or the American Lltht Hnd Traction Company for 119 how nn Increase of J12S.062, compared with those or 118, according to the In tome account mado public yesterday In tho report of A. P, Lathrop, president of the- company. Total earnings far the year were 4,14J,S, or which il.215, 322 was made I...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920. , 14 'curb prices fall at market's close OH Shares Crtiitiniii' to Sliowi Heavy Activity and .Make Final Knlly. Fellow Inr a quiet and steady opening, n -it of U j omlnenl ooi In th curb riri.ei scjterday er. In liberal sup. r! and p' at the doee- were cn,t to two polr's low last we-ek.' final lv e :t rtllt acaln occurred In t c pclr -!e,im division. In which ll!nc r m ).tt n'.mlnent. although In the laa few re, mite of buslr.esi there vert r jl'',ar-t aJ rallies in few lrauef. likh t r-jeii t .tienfithen the rest of the lift, s .sjmmi Petroleum, after declining m- -&I pen's, recovered most of the lo In lie last :iour, and Sstt Creek a I t Mildly b.d hijhei and quiUily ad-aae'd j t.ore than three point". Vacuum Oil J tas rr.ot a.-tive In the Standard Oil croup and Improved several points, j w.iile little 'hane wa noted In other of the rroup. Iwer priced oil -hare;1 we" rather quiet awl oed In a r.ar sosv suui lrregjlar mann...

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

, . I - . -,. THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920.' IB -y SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD U, STEEL GIVES OUT STOCK PLAN Corporation Announces Buses of Allotment of Shores (o Employees. WANK ItATSE FOR 225,000.9500,000,000 BOND PLAN jinluc (Jury Estimates Monthly Pnyroll Advance at More Than $14,000,000. EjpUn.nionn of the plnn for the sale cf notk t employees of the United Ftotei Meet Corporation and of the wnite Increase recently nnnounced by judw Albert II. Gary, Its chairman, ere obtained yesterday nt the corpora-t.n-i s offuo In 71 ltroadway. The plan tinrtr l"h the employees of the cor poral..' i .:i bo allowed to rubfcrlbe to stork t i" rr I not Rreiilly chanced (rem i t of last year, except as to tin jminVr "f Hliares allowed to varlouB workers in proportion to their annual ap or .uilar'M. l'rovlslon Is made for fjhsinption liy employees for one to fifteen sliures of the corporation's com mon nock at $106 a share. In the following table the smallo...

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

16 COURT CALENDARS. UNITED STATES 81THKMK COUKT. tf4ctal Dtipjlen to Tin Sex a.iD Si Vobk IICRiLD. WASHINGTON. Feb. :-;''"' Chler Justice, Mr. Justice McKenna, Mr. Justice. Holmi. Jlr. Justice Vty. Mr. J tlca Pitney, Mr. Justice Hrandela and Mr. Juitlce Clarke. 111. Charles I Henry, as o!o eecutor under the Is.t l,l and testament of Ar ..... i-. t... .i,a..d annuitant. v. thaL'nlti-u Stain. Appeal 'rum the Salt of CUimi Jud-emen. unirmed. Opinion by Mr Justico iioimrs, with the onlnton of this lourt, by Mr. Justice Holmes. Tho Chief Justice announced the fol lowing orders of the court: ill. The Mountain Ftatee Telephone and Telegraph Company el al. Pi'"'1" in error, va. the City and county vr. In error to the Supreme Court or th. f!tat of Colorado. Per c urlam ko. Dlarataaed for want of jurisdiction upon ,th authority of City of Phi Pawsuaka Oil and Ga Company, .'SO U. Ill; see City of Chlcano t. Dempey. decided Nuvember 10, 11. Orlclnal. Ex parte In the matter of J. E. Brouaaard et...

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

,THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERAJLD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. 17 .5 OLD WEBER & PlEW THEATRE IS LEASED Broadway Landmark in Sixty Three Year Lease. old Weber & Field Theatro prop m tim northwest corner of Broad- ni 2.th utrect has been leaned for' , .;, i - rm, Will) nn option u. jiurcnuso, fv ih Wlilto estate to tho Lavanne Siily Company, Wllllom authman, irMideni Tim lease Is for slxtythreo J ri at J30.000 per rtnnum. Tho pr icrty h fronUw of 110,9 ..I m r.n.nlwiiy and 140.5 feet In 29th I,.,,., iv, Hi n westerly line of 08.9 feet, i,mmiii nn Irrewilnr northerly line, fi'miioms i Mly'a Theatre, another land- H ..... IV.I..I ........ -.; iI 'll lllllll.'l UirIHV. t-CltllVi iMrt.ipl K. Clinch, na attorney, J", I ift estate and N. 8. & I. H, I ' ll" "''iite4 tho leasee, Henry I p.', , w s i hi- lirolier. ..IIO.IKII) DOWNTOWN LEASE. li,, !' aciro & Co, anil Harrltt & v,,. , . , i fur tho Hleerker Hold I,,, r n i'w, Thorn, W. Jones pre.nl- ,. i K'idrili'k Halms, Inrge s...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

18 bcsinekr ri..ren TO lit. 1 on Raller' la lllh St., loclutlie. I OFFICES TO LET 7,500 sq. ft. of Corner Office Space divided into thtee floors of 2.500 sq. ft. each located in the SCHMOLL fils building 182 William St., Corner of Spruce a 7-story Fireproof structure now being remod eled as an office building; excellent light; pos session May 1st, 1920. Also GROUND FLOOR, with Mezzanine, con taining 3,600 sq. ft., with or without Basement, 18 ft. ceiling. Suitable for Bank, Insurance Office, Leather Show Room, etc. Wm. H. Whiting & Co., 41 PARK ROW Tel. 5900 Cort. RUtL KTtTE HT OK CITY. Nw Jrrrj al- or Rfot. in SALK 'n.r-.lct'rrep-rty - Ho- fram ;. nc foDia'mne foir bU. !tv Inff ro n. din n$ rom. br.akfait room. . lrr? a- 1 K.fb.n Sond ftoor hat 5 tdfoonM aO't two bat.n Third Hottr ba l..ir 'Jrom Kltrirlcliy. iam heal. tJljr iraier tlardvood f.oorics tbro'.'thout. 1 Larc- p rch arousd ntl boti'e. Opn 1 froeja Oara and a numW of out- . t.id.ar.. In )jdd with tbta proprty. on c.fn...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

w THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920. 19 nrrr-VTioNH ivantkd y jVpTs ICS I'J -Indent as waiter, houseworkrr, finillr, losrdlng houa nights only or morn. (mi- ru'im willing, useful; luodcratsi will rail ftii,, tf.mirdny vrltn II, llt-org, 003 West ,fil'M"SI'' 1 1 cll Hupplr Agency, Cooks, but 't'r,, mm-eworkfr., M West Mill. Pla-a- iv.l fii'M l general housiiworkeri cooking ami Jin i. nnc. reliable, liuueatl best inferences, c II Mi -tiituklili1 -HIM. worker! vnrnlshlns. shallack (liii r furniture, painuiiKi ii.oiui smy- thins I1 "' -"'' eou"y- " ' tnn ii TiaMoI 11 lintrl. restaurant, bakery, rxpsrl ',, ,1 M II . !22 llenitd. Herald Squire. Iriol't'll licensed, wlahes pstrons, hom! or 'Vm lin;H. SIMVest 93tli. RlrertldeOO. iis"iii: correcta poor circulation, soothes ilia f ri'ulit1 . norvoiianria or ftlru ; Perused colored; thorough; by appointment. iiim '. C Hitlers, , ifiSMlUt- medically approved methods, ii.fiH'it, wishes patrons i home, office. ivtr. ' I Tele ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

NEW YOHK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920. THE SUN AND Yankee Owners Sue Johnson for $500,000 and Charge He Has Tried to Price Them Out rfJaebaU sfiBINGHAHTON TOPS Tf sun and herald racing chart N. Y. A. C. VICTORS ROD AND GUN NEWS SDE JOHNSON FOR 5500,000 DAMAGES 1 .3rfts- jliie ycynaaa : . T Ji-Jwa: t a mit.? '-or f ii A-cr.s ir " SJ , u sajja-tll At ja . ! i utxtc li ltJtt-t for HJGH WATXB FOB UXXL JLVfiUM rhOil rtBJHTAJty 1 70 T '. FIPF.DlNfi PffillfiESi KU' OBLElJf. Feb. tbrr eL.-yi track ea.. : n TM-t. lrw. tti.. tl "tc -r ti. e, r - IN dUMUK KM 1 ri! ri it r 4VeL!te(. I FtrsT Wi pp. ft. v, FVr. Jcut. 0?-. EwhO. Pse. rue Mertnrr Foot Fencers winjfjjgjjj iil '; ri ; t j-. c Jordan Be-T ritcher, Aceord- Yankee Clab Owners Betnrn to jCtx-uU.-'. TViX- X:X:jj. Hitrttary. h trryrr M-I -l "J- J4 I KiTJ-3!j i ' National Team Title ind Saltns 3Iedals. tii n i .i " 3IK i . inr to International League Reeord. XlMi U Ns TtoiXf Hjr- t'tae, the American League Fight Tdth Xew Complaint-. nj...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

21 Women Outnumber Men as Exhibitors and Spectators at Annual Show of Pekingese . Club of America PEKINGESE BARK IN PLAZA SHOW ) SURPRISE MARKS WOMEN'S TENNIS TUNNEY KNOCKS OUT ROBERTS IN EIGHTH Pekingese Club Show at Plaza Attracts Society THE SON AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920. Ui'iiihh .linltfo Favor lmporta, lions for Supreme Honors of Fixture. l'AIITI-COLOK BEST DOG Aiiu'ricim Bred Give Unusual strength o Limited and Puppy Classes. ii)- riiAMc r. noi.K w i ii 244 dogj entered, the twelfth ' (miii.iI specialty show of the Pcklngcte Club of America scored a brilliant sue , jettorJay at tlic Plaza, It wag Pugei In the ballroom, which was dec ci.ifil with Chinese rugs and banner, mil "" of the cages holcllnic tho dogs were al-o especially Adorned In honor of tin- 'h nrH' breed. Tliere was a very laiRc atiendnnee, especially of women a u.iteur fanciers, both In tho ufternoon (. .1 e eiilliR. The affair was a benefit for the Girl fvnuts, and members of that conn In li...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 February 1920

22 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, mOT GIRL, 16, IDENTIFIES MEN AS ABDUCTORS . . Dora Landro Accuses Two Ex Sailors of Shocking Crime on West Side. WAS DRUGGED FOR DAYS Prisoners Also fliargcd with Burglary and Hold in Rail with Another. YAWKEY ESTATE UNDER $9,000,000 Widow and Son Share For- tune of Baseball Man. A slip of a tfrl whose Vr lrk eyes -cr dull wlili mlsry f""1'' row of ' tlr.rty-reven men In the West Sldo Po 'Ice Court yesterday, while the Masls lute watched from the bench and police men enforced a silence In which a single cough was an Intolerable disturbance. She pained her stare alonp the line, (till with lack of lustre eyes, until her r.lanco fixed the faces of two men. Sud denly ahe stabbed a flnper at first one. then the other, looked appealing!)- at the Magistrate and covered her face with her handn. Two policemen stepped for irard, Jerked the two from the file, not too gently, and drove them to the dais in Iront of the Magistrate. Prwntly thy ...

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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