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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

,THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920. WOOD IS AHEAD i IN LOUISIANA; LOWDEN NEXT Pershing; and 'Borah Also .Mentioned in Reports of G. 0. P. Lenders. T-'OOVER IS CONSIDERED Fooil Wizard, Champ Clurli and McAdoo in Minds of the Democrats. L LOUISIANA. MaJorGcn. Leonard Yfooa received a rr..Jority of nil the "Aral choice' raiiots returned to The Sun and New ToiiK Herald In Its poll of the parish iliairmen of the regular Republican or ganization In Louisiana. Hlo pfrccntage was CO. The State Is divided Into jarlshes instead of counties. Gov. Frank O. Lowdeu camn out in second place, with some interest shown N Gen. John J. I'ershlng for tlr&t choice, nf the "second choice" votes cast Towden grot BO per cent, and Gen. Wood 20 per cent., while Senator William E. Borah was also mentioned. Louisiana wim the only State eo far where the percentage of returns received was not satisfactory, indlcntlns the Irgh'y Informal and casual character of Me regular orfianlzation. Sp...

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. — 17 March 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERfflD, WEDNESDAY, M&RCH 17, 1920. sa: 'if I PI 1 ALDERMEN IN FIGHT TO REGULATE RENTS Itoard Ailopts llosoliitioiis l rg- in? Legislature to llehevo Present Crisis- HAYOB HKCKIVKS r RAISE j Erection of llou&ps by Cit.v Is JterjuestPil if Emergency Wnrrnnts Such Action. ' The Honril of Aldermen entered terday tl.o nBht nsalmt rent profiteers iinrt tlio dearth of housing accommoda tions by adoptlnc threo rcsnlutlons-onc pralslns tlx- Mayor and his rent commit tee nnil onerniK tiiemorlallzlnir the Iz-Rlslature to paw at this session "such legislation us will tend to relievo tho present rent crisis, and I the third to request the Board of fcstl mato to erect houses for the city to rent to tho public "if an emerftency situation rises whlcluwarranu such action. Tho resolutions were presented by Al derman William T. Collins, majority leader and chairman of the general vel 1 fare committee, and accompanied a pre liminary report of that committee on the high co...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920. 4 VICE DEALER'S GAIN , MILLION A YEAR Jinn, Convicted, Controlled J "20 Houses Payroll' fo,r Protection $100,000. WITNESSES LEAVING CITY A distant District Attorney Ih'tirs of Omcials' Slush Fund to Bar Evidence. T'io iliHappeurance of several wit nt .-'. w ho woro to have Klven tetl n . ny against certain police officers of his cltv .brouRht to n tcmnorarj halt v,tnlny the Cirand.Jury Inquiry that ., inn's K. Smith, Assistant District "At ! .imy, haH been conducting Into the , . Kraft situation. The witnesses arc believed to havo tw n Induced to leave the. Stnto by por nms Husoclatetl with those under investl t iimn and Mr. Smith says ho has re i.'ivi'.i information that a larpro "iilush" j id lins been raised by certain detec-m-s and other officials for tho purposo f.f pfttlns more witnesses out of tho w.v and otherwise, ntdlnc those who Y, i iv been collecting money from women of the underworld for giving th ni protection fr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

i; 71 IS SI I' it BANKER'S SON-HELD IN A WHISKEY PLOT TL Y OaiTCtt Of IialtimorC AC- J . . c. it ne I rllfiCll 01 i rvjni; I' --" ''" I Hmor trnmc. Th neasure win m op- 000 Qnnrts for 300,000. Mry. u Tlx Governor of JArruic.i. Sir Usll ' I ITohyn. submltte 1 a proposal to reduce 3100,000 MOJtTIl Ii i5MAlL we)lkn pro,JuttU , uj, jjrituh Em . 1 pi re on tnterlnc Jamaica. ThU would t have the efft oi diverting trade from Liquor on Way to Xew York Is , to the rat k- Tnkcn by U. S. Officers in I JJ?&. S ... 1 m establish & cement factory to nut- rnUBHCIIMii"' , K Tour? Garrett. w!d to bo the son of a banker In Baltimore was arrestee , ........, . ,, jt!1 Wolcott. In West' 7 . -(,i A-.-.f Tbirty-n.-ii .. ; ' .Vtuman of tr.e " nd was arralffned tMrore hamuei imcn-j cock. United States Commissioner. ( charged with being a fugitive iron. tlce. Th arrest waji made on a warrant issued In Baltimore, charging GarreU with engaging In a conspiracy, during January of this year, to dlno of w...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920. r SHIPPING NEWS FROM LL PARTS OF THE WORLD 0 NOTICE TO THE SUN AND THE NEW YORK HERALD'S Ship News Office is adjacent to the Barge Office at the Bat tr?f'. Telephone 1572 Broad. L CLOSING Tr.inintlantic Mails. wpdnlsday, maucii n. Vorwnr i'): also parcel nst malls for Nor wilt tr ICiiric nriurd. UtSO AM (sun 10 AM). TIII ll.SDAY. MAKCII 18. I nniv. llcUliiin, Hounisnla, ltiilanrln. 1 us .ui'iic. Crcclio-Slovnkla, Juiro-Slavln, Tientlno, l-i. tionniin-Aiistria. Poland. Sirltifriand, ltulv Spain, llnwf, Portugal. Turkey. Eityiil, I'm -l IiKlin llrltlsli Kimt Africa, Malta, (il h ilnn. I'eilon iiml Straits Settlements, vl.i II it., ii l-o parcel lout matin fur France. Ac, str I uu.'t'. SM AM Imp :IM) A Ml. FItJIIAY. MAUCII 111. I nn. e. Iltlslmii. 1 !ou in ii n I ii, llulirnrli. Lux ei 'a I'ieoho-Miii'nUu. Jneo-Slnvla. Trrntluu. 1 i. t. (.eriiiuii Austria. Poland, suitserland Im'i j-imIii. Portuiriil, Turkey. Kiiyi.t, Jltltlsli ln...

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

44 f AND iitTT n lTlltll 1'M)1.' 1II.,PAT.'n IJilii JNi-n 1 ' ruL-N-nrnih.!.!- NEW TOIUi. WKPNEKfiA MAIL 17. w. TUH KI N HLilAl.D folll'f IRATION. Publisher. lirc.a.Uj.). Plank . MHf.. ''Tf1'':'."'... -r Pvvrnrt. k'e. president ai.d Treasurer, . II. Tltr.erlnKlon, Hecreun Nail), two ' i."l' ln J','.B Y1"r'i illy u.id Mil.urh. nn.l three rrM eKe y,.rrf, buiidu, tlr t'i elsewhere, ten irr.li. S.AA. SIWlM llIPTIxN HATIM. taut of Mlblii.l , . iii....r. (in- Hl (Tin' H .Mill. PohI pi. M ; Sir... ; lis. Month rii.'SDAY only . . '" - J'.' For all points west ' Mllslpi.l JUver fcdil 1 k cur for dally or lll anil aundnr i-dlllons. rciunic.N iiaths MAILY A- SUNDAY. IMI 111"'" DAILY imlv i"l 1 0 SUNDAY onlv . !' 1 All cheiks, miitiiy orders, A,.' tnade payable to The Sun-Herald. .St! to b KuniiiiKU I'.illlloii, PnMUhr.1 ln l'nrl ei-crv flay ln tlie yoar. Vrlce In l'rln i'5 iiEllniM. 'lull und Fnnday. j-Aitis ornc-, hi AvnNt'u d lni'KHA Jnforrrlfttlon con. rnlnit odvcrtlHlnE tlw for in Kuroniin...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAROKt 17, 1920. 11 Easter Brides Arranging for T heir Weddings Jlissivs A. T. Itiltor, M. V. Cook mill Knniiti l'euboily Select AUeitdantH, I'lciiuiuliuMi for Easter weddings nie b, am inaili' mill before Ion-; ln Itntluin t.v tinny of them will bo Milt out. Out! nf the flint will bo tli.U of JUsa Audrey 'I'ow nm'iiil Rlkor, n iliuiKlitt'l' of Mr. ami Jim. Samuel Rlkor, Jr.. of 2H0 Maillsun itvcmii. to Samuel Sloan Walker, a ton i,r Mr. nriil Jlrs. Joseph Walker, which v 111 bi' celtbroted on the afternoon of Am II C. In tlic Church of the Iticarna- tion. A reception will bo uclil at the home of tho bride's imrctits. Jilss Hiker's ililrf atendant will be her slater, Miss jiuncs Townseiul Hiker, Her llltlle MsIit, Laxtnla Rlkcr, will bo tin; flower phi. Tlic other attendants will Include Mr.-., Rowland P.. JoncB, nnothur sister; Attn I'oHy 1'iov-lul'i daughter of Sfr. and ilis James Howo Proctor of lioston, a .oiiyin, Misses Mnry Huul, Kdllh ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

12 44 THE SUN AINU JNriVY IU.KK. JlflKAJjLJ, WLUNIDSJJAI, MAJftUn xv&v. Yankees Achieve Their First Victory oj the Season Over a National League Team by Defeating Reds, 9 to 0 BRITON RISKS HIS man UCHTS AND SHADOWS BONDAGE HANGS UP NEW TRACK RECORD r Harvard Crews Have First Row on Water. J AAA VM A M s YANKEES IMPROVE IN THEIR HITTING They Miiiilininlle Mundane Champions on Slow and Sandy Lol at Miami. 1 SJIAWKKY AND QHXN lM'l'i This (Vxtperafive Combination Trt'vcn ts Ifcils From ricor-iiiH- Aain.st Ximv Yorkers. Ily WILLIAM II. HAXNA. CprrM In Tin: Si ,m Nrw Vmic II 1:11 ai i Miami, Kin. Mnroh in. Tin- Yankees limnliandled tin' mundane clmiiiplnnR Oils afternoon. Tim second sctto between the two took place on the slow ami sandy local lot thl.H afternoon,, ulul the (ailtehln.T of the American I.euguers was Vo mm 11 the superior that It was an ciiy Kami! for the .Vexv Voikem. It xvns their Hint vlctoiy of tin' spring .-rnsou over ji National League Club, anil they made . it a g...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

13 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920. Boston Racquet Wielders Play Surprising Tennis in Women s National Championship Tourney in Seventh Armory BY BOSTON GIRLS IH 31 iss Siffonrnoy nml Miss Uiui- -r ... croft score Jieeisivoly in National Event. KICIIT SI'IIVIVK 1 LA V Miss t lure fnsscl, Within n I'dinl of Victory, Defaults t liecause of Injury. Plioi.i;. r kitw Hit' conviction at the Povniii K'Kiment Armory yefderdav tli.it i' l',,M "no of l,lt- two I'ostnn (,-lrls now s'. iMiit.' for the vvoiiien'n n:itlon:il indc. - V ' "Is phnmplonHllIp will icacl! the iul( round ut the animal tourna mert Moth Miss ICdltli .Slgourncy ami Mlf I.' "I'" Haneroft plnyetl minirisliiKly iffec'.i't tiimls in tlio third round of the (hu.': .uiHiip ycsteirtny. tho former ,jr, i .. . i ly oni- Km out of thirteen, m. 1 ii , H't.r takine twelve Raima In i row T!i re were oUiem who Hhowcd to ndan'u6 durlnR tho day, Miss Holono Pollak. Mra Bernard P. Stenz and Miss Camma Winn boltiK nmon...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920. H FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Motor Wheel Corporation 8 Cumulative First Preferred Slock Hucccfisor T ptirrtiaso to PRUDDEN WHEEL CO. THE ALTO WHEEL CO. GIER PRESSED STEEL CO. THE WEIS & LESH MFG. CO. Maker of wIhWs from tlmtwr uiKTtloat to finished product. 100 and accrued dividend Circular upnn r equal lor Al)t9l TheNationalCity Company Main Ofiu;NttitnICil;Buk Bld L'plown Ofii Fifth Art. 4 4 3rd St. C'irrfpcnd:nt Offices In over SO Cltlrn ffll- Stock Market Is Unsettled nnd Again Inclined to Sng, but Selling: Unimportant. NEW LEADERS AT FRONT j Specialties Take' Places of Old Favorites Bails and Cop pers Disappoint. Your Funds of To-day Million! of dollar In stcurltits are retired each month. Before rttnteslini your fundi, ice addie a eomulta Hon with our italhtltal department that ittll aid you In lelectinl inuti embodylnf all requirementi for lafety ullhout unduly lacrl ficint yield, Send lor iptcial offring Hit. Merril...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YOBK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920. $25,000,000 GOLD IS DUE HERE SOON Jitlilir Utility rntritifB III Sniuimmij, X. 'c Specialize Particularly in the Common Stock of the American Pr. & Light Co. -American Gas & Elec. Co. ' central States Elec. Co. Colorado Power Co. Dayton Power & Light Co. Duluth Superior Trac. Co. Northern States Pr. Co. Republic Railway & Light Co. Tennessee Rwy.Light&Pr.Co. United Light & Rwys. Co. tale I'!'""'"1 I'hllnd'plilu & llostou 1882-1920 'PilROl Gil more than a .-"icration the lirst l.riiTtp.'L'P bonds safeguarded j" under the Straus Plan have furtii'td tens of thousands of suti tied investors with a perfect dilution to their hive- ti'i'': .t problems. Vr .i dollar's loss not a j,r 's delay in payment in i ta-'i "t either principal or ' -p'v-t for thirty-eight cai -is per cent safety - 4' , income tax paid. j O'.r booklet, "Safety and I Six Per Cent," will tell you BOOKLET D-348 SISTRAlS&OO. TllHHt lll...

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

THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH " 17, 1920. 16 Montgomery-Ward Submarine Boat Gilliland Oil Phillips Pet. Glenrock Oil Midwest Oil Comprehensive articles on above Riven in cur rent issue of our weekly Financial Forecast Ore on rettftl. Ask for Ao. WO. M S Wolfe jg Co. ESTABLISHED J906 41 BROAD ST.. NEW YORK. Phone Dtfajii as 7inTTiTnrn mmn cn UllUUlDLCilfUlDUU PER CENT. MELON Is First Important Company to Declare Stock Dividend Since Decision. WILL ADD 125,000 SHAKES Disbursement of S3 on Common Stock. AMERICAN RAILWAYS REPORT. Yearly Statement Sbovrsj Gain of . Ont-rntliiL' Iterenue In 1010. The American rtallway.i Company, ac cordlnc to lis annua report, Issued yes terday, earned operating revenue of 116, 312,330 in 1919, against $1-1.234,404 In 1918. The net Income, available for divi dends was $624,320, nuainst $292,466, and dividends paid wore $611,100, against $280,000. Van Horn Ely, president of tho Ameri can Railways Company, In his report to stockholders, say...

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

THE SUtf AND NEW YQRK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920. 17 4 5 If, 1 ma' 110 1OO11 n.i 37 001 14H art inq otiiB 'i. .1 t. 51 ii. ftCTIVITY ON CURB CENTRES IN OILS Tradini; Is More "Professional nnil Kni'l.v (iahis Are' Lost on Realizing;. yv ..uimura ojp,,,, lift V5?Knax Divide ,." M J piB Mining., li -5m Wni Co S-H "M McNamara ... . m iiit outside market yoster hump professional. Thera was jooii in 'ti in most trading Issues curly, t,ui pi" f' -i.'iial pressure, mixed with (irolH "' 1 - weak tone and the trouml (.' l l "lc mornlnc wuh lost. Aiinii " ''fitted Hgaln In the oil proup. 1 ' ll,u turnover In Standard Oils , lightly smaller. After mak ing . .! i i v kiim, inn mt.ru ill-live issues ilplih.-.l ii "in -' to 10 points, but nt no (lni 1 Itniu heavy enough to cau.iv , ,,:i n l. cli A (.ii. ! h. lil Its ground fall ly well, lf.j, i.i i" i " in' "incut that It had brought 'K:i it ss.ll m ""' "llt'l Hlver Held nnd i." 'i" "ii i"'"v nurreis on tno iirsi dsy Ti I i" 1 ii l eirwcuii...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

THE, SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD,, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920. 'J 3? 4 Aiding American Commerce in France ' S7T7 $ CANADA V "xT foA&IS EQUIPPED with a remarkable railway system covering nearly 32,000 miles, or about 154 miles of railway per thousand square miles, France has set to work to rebuild her war ruined industries. Already new railways have been pushed into Alsace and Lorraine. Rapid progress has been made in re building 27,000 factories and nearly half a million homes. France looks to America to replenish 300,000 farm implements carried away in the war. In Paris, the center of French finance and commerce, at No. I Rue Taitbout, is a branch of the Park-Union Foreign Banking Corpo ration, established there for the specific purpose of aiding American business men to cement closer and more cordial business relations with France. We shall be glad to place the facilities of this branch at your disposal. OFFICERS Charles A. Holder, President T. Fred Aspden, Vice-President E. B. Mac...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920. 44 tf a- r-jl HA 111 f CANADIANS UPHOLD DOMINION RIGHTS Iiidi'iiciiiiciicc iii Ainomliiijr i oihllliition Is Arf-iicil in I'arliaineiit. pKXisinX HKFOHM n.(.KI) . Nil v lo Slart Slowl.v niitl, ' In lie Ci'i'iiii'il Onl.v lis )c- fiMicc Moiisiii'o. ntpmnltnt T"K Sux AM) n Y"ith llKlMl.n. 1 1 "noUl l!v l nf't,, ..posed l Minister of Jus- JV , licih. 'i, Mrovldlng for two amend- ilWnii i (i i ! Ilililsh N'onth Amer'Cii act, U, ,., W. I.. Mackenzie Klng.j fi;t..ii "" . . I .if .,-k i In niltlsh Parliament to I ovldlna; for two amend- If ni ltWi l-arllnmcnt to I Ln.ni' "I, - uiitin'ii ii in milium tri nil ',' HUUIll IIKV l() SUOUlll I"' . ... .. . (.it l i ' ""urn more in ac- . . . u ..1,1.1. -., i.. im .., .i i..i ... .)! 1 ' ' -"im.- ...hi., i vi. iu.i ii. ii, in , mf n - . .. . . I u i- ninii luuiiiiiiuii or minim i.i i- i mire r uisteuii or i ,phi,;,i. .ii .n.- in iu ..inji-sij l,i.i-l s consent lo the irarlunirri t"e i lilted K...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920. ' 20 I il i EXPERIENCED REAL ESTATE SALESMAN To Represent Well Known Ileal Estate Corporation, Renting and Selling Business Property. An Opportunity for n Salesman of Proven Ability. Address R. U., Pox 87; Sun-Herald, Herald Square. "From Buttery to 1 llli M Inclusive. FOR SALE Possession Feb. 1st or before 472 BROADWAY Thru to 30-34 & 36 Crosby St. 5 Story and Basement Sprinklercd 70,000 Sq. Ft. CAN BE PURCHASED AT A VERY ATTRACTIVE PRICE 907 Broadway. 'Phone Stuyvcsant 4200 Above lltli 1st. to Mill St. (Inclusive). East Hirer to North Hlver. Apartment: For Sale 7ft Co-operative Apartment CONSISTING OF One 3 Rooms and Bath One 4 Rooms and 2 Baths One 5 Rooms, Studio and. Bath, also extra servants' room and a single large Studio. Entire space can be made into handsome ij-room apartment, or can be occupied as now arranged. POSSESSION OF PART IN 30 DAYS CRUIKSHANK COMPANY, Ml Broadway FOR COMMERCIAL BUSINESS Six Story 50 Foo...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1920. 21 4- Nurscs, Ac USE, companion to lady; hotpltal ex pfrlcnce. references, N. C CSS Sun rM. Herald square, UUc'B-UOVWRNESS, young, Fronoh, trained, warns position country. CRITK 308 East 7tli. sTiTiThl'. lellablo woman, wishes to take hhdren nut tilornltift s highest refer- . ,ffi. J. K 127 Hun-Herald, Harlem. SUKili, English! thoroughly experienced; In fant only, wining iu iravoi; uca. rcicrcnco. )! IPnVeat Mth 't. jfUJTsi:, Unlnod liaby'e, wishes position ; p English. I'nnns nil innK.rs, 'iEflffEB Knill'h hospital nurso, thoroughly ........ I ..nil,-.. h.-ir. Infknt' nnlui ruuiiciik ' ....v, liu wnt i Ctmittan i.imiiy. unincianqcr i, iu until i. Miscellaneous, MI.ORKD girl willies cleaning or cooking by day Hartem 1481, Thompson. COLORED woman wishes otfico eleunlng Jew Hoursj'vrningi Mnrrlw, C23 Weat 4tli. CLEANER btn.nly or half tlm, mornings: also day a work. James, telephone t468 Jlatleiii MVS work cooking, or half time; ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 March 1920

I J 22 444 PERSONALS. KoriimhJr. 1913 Write U. !.. OIT Trlb. riiLfxN-vhpi j,i .?"n tn-y. '! in 1 ippeal f' Ten Thouimmt tnqulrlra mar be .JilrMHJ t "Vlii ' . JS WHITE. nnianHInt HfcreUrjr. llumt House Humn t , Dublin. Ireland WIM. Mr7 f: L. Andrew, born Mn,rs0'. Scotland, end Mre to A, h , M sua Ufrald Herald nquaif. L OST AND" FOUND. roi'N'D-Wtcli n.l fob In lubwar car, .Perm nation. Saturday. March 13. Apply, by mm '0 noijY.0!''- J- r oVt.r. ir...irrlptlii.i. rlte B. U., box 11.' Pun ltfrnlit.Ilarlem. LOUT- iVrtlflrttti No" Hltl4i. for one hundn-d liarf of -"-m-l tn-k of Hie (Sreat North- MrlMnnrll 'o.: III""! rewnM of ferl for ttif tlflrnip : Iwi-n ntopnwl nn.1 th I""''0 Mir niai.ni-i. IS. ply to S.. tm 1M Min-llfNld, 1'iilton M LOST-BetMn lmnrton on the "Uilon. V V and Brooklyn. March is. a uraiiht har'iln It diamonds wt in platinum: nti- a'kpd return to BI.ACh, STARR tth av . Mtli. - IOsf-MondB. .Mr.-h h'' and 5lt o" Mfilion or Filth av., na n. ml Mr pin. phln pl-llnuni. rdiwll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 March 1920

WEATHER FORECAST. Fair to-day and to-morrow; moderate northwest winds, becoming variable. Highest temperature yesterday, 54; lowest, 17. Detailed leather reporta will bo found on the Editorial Bf. ' 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. 200-DAILY. PRICE TWO CENTS IN NEW YORK CITY AND SUBURBS. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1920.- .'.CopyrhMti, 1929, 6 The Bun-lltrtU Corporation.) Entered as second data mutter, Pot Office, New York, N. T. THRHE CKNT3 ON TRAINS AND ELSEWHERE. KAPP RESIGNS DICTA TORSHIP; FLEES BERLIN; NOSKE ORDERS ARREST OF REVOL T LEADERS; FORCES LOYAL TO EBERT REGIME IN CONTROL BRYAN PLEADS fflTH SENATORS '0 PASS TREATY Asks Democrats to Break "With Wilson and Accept Lodge Reservations. EXPECT DEFEAT FRIDAY All Efforts to Recognize As pirations of Ireland, Egypt and Corea Fail. tp...

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

2 4 4-44 tl -i.s t the L'nder Secretaries anil ImiH-rtal Council yerfcnlny. which MaJoMn. von Luettwltz attended. Tbe view of thin conference were nm hotli Raw and Van Luettwltz -TllDUld withdraw Jti order to termln ,aje an ItitulpraMe iittun. Voa I.uettwlu a?reI to this, but! Vhcn h- returned to the Chancellery TTi' allowed blniMlf to be iwuaII, lji i-hansf ldn mind and retain oflice. ' 'J!i"lilni ha w-on tieiectuoi iw.-wn.ij '-Ifijt I"tttr '' tue forraPr revolution nry Chancr-Hor. and It H difficult to . hi I. .... ii nrttf thfir Vrtn say wnai "in iiui'i" .Liiottivltz remains the military dicta ;ur at If-rMn. It N reixirteil. however, that f!u- ' ijv N--l;e, JilnUter of Defence In the( p,v.mment. i cominc hero to-j Miilir. flixl Von Luettwltz nerhaiw, . m., .. fnmul authority m 111 Uilll' "' "v" ' j .y him. I In conference with tiie foreign tor yt .vondents yesterday Kapp's prcM Za-t made play with the Iiolnhevi.st rW r. In a ifoond conference an at 25tmi)t was inadp to conceal th...

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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