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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1920. U.S. WARNS BOLIVIA TO KEEP THE PEACE JJonewcd Representations Arc Mndo as llcsult of Hostility Shown Toward Peru. ( 111 LK IS TAKING A HAND Supreme Council of Languor of Xnl ions May Step In if Situ n I ion Becomes Serious. Ity the Auothied rrtnt. u a.-mhsoton. March 17. Insistent r M-psentntlons lo Ilolivla not to disturb '10 peiioo of Soutli America have been j ado by the American Government as a r 'tilt of the nntl-l'eruvlan mnnifesta 1 nn at La Taz. In connection with the (mmunlCAtlor.a It was stated that Pent l ... rough: the good offices of the United .M.ites to prevent hostilities. Two notes havo been sent, and n third 1 ready to bo forward unless a reply to 1 e others Is received soon. Officials i'w the situation as serious and tho l presentations made by tho State De j irtment wcro described as "urgent." IVtpatches to the Peruvian Kmbnpsy r elved to-day said events In Hollvla i -ulted from the Inlluencc of the Chilean i...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1920. HOOVER MESSAGE AMAZES CAPITAL Aflvlco lo President Agninst Involving U. S. in League, Stirs Senators. BOIUII QUICK TO USE IT Btrongest Indictment l'ossiblo and Almost Prophetic, Ho Dcclurcs. Bttctal to Tmr Scn iND New T'os Hebm.0. Washington, UUrch 17. Tlio publi cation to-day or a private message which Herbert Hoover wrote to Preal dent Wilson In April, 1910, dvlshur neatnst Involving tlio United .States In the affairs of Kuropo lias amuzed "Washington nnd caused intenfio aston inhment anions United States Senators whbfcc Interest Is particularly pointed tiicaujo of tho bearing tho mesaago lias on tlio peaco treaty. Tho letter Is iicceptod here as a per fectly frank statement of Mr. Hoover's views, written for no oUier purpose than to convince tho President, It possible, that -It would bo danBerous to commit tho United States to tlio policies of the Loaffue of Nations. Officials here view It rfth added significance. In view of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARfiH 18, 1920. 44 MAINE'S FIRST CHOICE IS WOOD; I JOHNSON NEXT ' Harding:, Coolidgc, Hughes and Lowden Second; Knox , and Allen Third. jriLLIKEtf FOR GENERAL T)cmocrats Groping Around in DnrkHnlo Will Prosldo at G. 0. T. Convention. c MAINE J Mnlno Republicans want Major-Ocn. J.eonnrd Wood for President. Ife re ceived 100 per cent, of nil the "first i imlce" voles In tho poll of the county i iialrmcn by Tin: Sun and New York JlKTtAlIt. The second choice of the Pino Tree fciato Is Senator Hiram W. Johnson, But only thirty per cent, of all the "second iholccsf" went to him. The others wero distributed ruthcr evenly nmong Senator Warren 0. Harding, Gov. Frank 0. Low den. Charles 13. Hughes and Gov. Calvin C'ooltdge. no county reported some sentiment for Senator Philander C. Knox of Penn sylvania, while Oov. Henry J. Allen of Kansas was mentioned as third choice Jiy oiio of tho chairmen. No one Issuo stands out prominently or paramount In the min...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 March 1920

6 THE SlfX AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCil IS, ICO jfMTAXLAW ft'uilrtcs itosjrni we '.Uf mitatry. fffrr-jaaaQnr mt ritwtmieit iEKaa , annoi imSui' anrancaaiHTir. sunnttanlgit HSiniiafli IRit awiJHuns C Slit anrwMimt t Mta sraortntara, ame mmic ftmn C amic Paimiififl miC a ittatfU JMi. mite Stnlnntstr IGAYE GROPPM W, . .La.na l iH' Irmd J J! fit rus n OR FACE PERIL,! Announcement xtastffst&xak,i "Tr ior saamacat o8e annwjuiaafc ?tr nmwfiftnneijmr aunt .tnunn m jhuj-uh-1' Sura aaif. ftuMaanmea u iteai i srtawiv-. SAYS HOUSTON imanlir AitHm- lie a 3r9C itr .uy ftwlxea f) !' Ofst-j- nitniu Sf -vw4!. w( "fitur" ar-HMrut ttimxtr nStait pr?nltr PIrttl BTSW 3&tlll "iFiMlMtSlC W riaww tm Taaac&ta: Ptiau ' BMt rtHaiC M S 0r itat jbuii r- ' niwr ueatnif -"tltn 31 rim aw AwuuimKf leo Difricbteirf 9S: mrt iuaftnttHc fraAuit rf SM- jb-w-. M ouIUira air to ,wiuiii-- St afcv He Soijr. VJJXS. mXttTi THL, - f, ' ' 1 ' 11 ' MiStCXXXOSftSt, l I 1 3 H t. t 'i DEXfES I-VTE.VT TO BRIBE M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALDHTMDA f4-f FREE ERIN, IS CRY IN ST. PATRICK PARADE 32,000 Men; "Women and Chil dren' Iloviewcd by "Presi dent of Irish Republic." 32 A ST INDIANS IN LINE 'TOO riacards Cnrricd by Marchers Arguo for Justice for the Island. Tlio raw wind that nwtrlcd through J'lfth nvenue, yesterday aftornoon chilled tlitf flnKers'and benumbed the toes but IiaiI no coollnsr effect on the enthusiasm of Approximately 12,000 men, women ana children who marched past a reviewing Hand ncBtllnB under the Ice pf the Ca thedral at Fiftieth stroct, upon which Kit a saunt, Kray eyed man, bare headed, with his hat In Ills lap. It mattered lit' lo to tho marchers In New York city's Pi. Patrick's Day parade that tho Irish Jlepubllc Is ns yet unrecognised by any nationality save Its own. Eamonn De Valera has been proclaimed Its Presi dent, and the greeting he received loft Jittle doubt as to what, Irish-American organizations think of the validity of his title. A few minutes before 3 o'clo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 March 1920

r t ;;'.J THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED 183S.183J. MJW VOrtK. TUUIISHAV, MAnCU 18, IPSO. TUB SUN.III'.rtAI.O rOKI'pilATlON. 7HU Publishers. 20 UrMttitW. Trunk A. Mui.ssy, l'""''''?1:..,., T Krvln Wurdmaii. VIM lr"'"J' Ve, ' U. Iitwirt. Vice-president HtiJ Tre..uier. II., II. Tlllirrliiutun. Secretary, NKVIHSTA.NI MICKS. wherei Sunday, t-nilsi rlwnherf, lu i rnl. MAIL srilSCHIl'TION HATES. nl of Mississippi Hlver: l)y Mali, Poitrald, DAILY HUN1MY. J) AHA only i-l-VtlAV ft,iH On Six One Year. Months. Month, in ho n.on 11.0(1 -l DO 4.M .85 4.0(1 j.'.t. .jo it mi S.I!. .on St'NDAY onl, Canada ,'NDAY only, L-aua.m "V",,,. in,i,,,,u V.,r .11 nnntl WKt Ot tile MISSISSIPPI Illvar add 1 a ear fur dally or tiany nu Sunday editions Konninx kau..-. IHILY SUNDAY.. IM00 V- D.ULV only MO SUNDAY only. ",' t All checks, money orders. i mad payable to The gun-Htrald. 12.40 1.50 .81) to be European Edition, Published In Purla every day In th year Price In Paris S5 centlmea, dally and Sunday. PARIS OFFI...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 March 1920

Dinner Party for , Gen. Pershing at Gen. VanderbiWs Host SHU 111, Son 'fakes HisJ Place at Tabic The A Guests. Itrlg.-Gcn. and Sir. Cornelius Vander li'H hkVo a dinner party nt tlielr home, Ciu Fifth nvenue, last night for Gen. John J. Pershing. At tlic last mlnuto lien. Vandcrbllt's phyBlcIan decided tlint it would bo unwise for him to lenvo Ills loom, os he has not fully recovered from )i Id recent attack of double pneumonia, nnd oo his con, Mr. Cornelius Vundorbllt, Jr., took his place nt the dinner table. Incidentally It was lenrued last night Hint Gen. Vanderbllt was more seriously 111 at times than the public was permitted to know and that at ono time was nlmoet given up. Ho suffered fron'van especially urulent typo ot the disease. deu. Pershing at the dinner sat at lira. Vnnderbllt's right hand nnd Col, Grlscom at her left. Others present were Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward R. Stettlnlus, .Mr. nnd Mrs. Edmund L. Baylies, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Iselln, Mr. and Mrs. John I). Rockefeller, Jr....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 March 1920

"tiiMrr j'.TiIt MttiaiBiMW'i'iiron'j'iiTi'.iilt .twnwwwriiiFMiiiwriTn i 10 ? THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1920, Stewards of the Jockey Club Refuse to Grant Johnny Loftus a License to Ride in Races This 'Season ll LOFTUS IS REFUSED A LICENSE TO RIDE America's Premier Jockey Kimied Wrn.li of Stewards in Miirylniiil Lnsfc Fall. XO HE A SOX TS ADVANCED ( French Boxing Champion and His Bride - J- Was Criticised for Weak Hides on Sir Itnrton, Sun Uriar and .Han 0' War. II IIK.MIV V. KINfi. Johnny Loftus. America's premier Jockey, Is In more trouble with thu turf ' authorities. Yesterday nftcrnoon tho . ttflwardH of tho Jockey Club refused to f;rant liltn a lloenso to rldo this year. No reason wan advanced for placing the ban en tho treat Jockey, but from unofficial , sources It wait learned that ho earned the wrath of stownrds In Mnrylund lust i fall. Loftus's work In the ("addle last year 1 was excellent, but ho rode threo races milch earned Mm fevere criticism. At Km...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 March 1920

3 Miss Leslie Bancroft of Boston, After: Being Within One Stroke of MISS CAROM MI , WINS UPHILL MATCH rhce)is lWjftMfijrl .lust in TJmft to.lVeVftitt DofCnt in Fomiih Hound. rOl'B HEMATN UNBEATEN 3liss Slgfjm'ucjy MIsh Pnllnk mill 5h ltiu'tmiuiu llcnch Sonii-Finiil. Vti ory eluded tlio grasp of Mien Leu ho Uancroft ot HqetOa ttt tho Seventh Unpm'iit Armory yesterday when she vim within Olio stroke nt httnttillls It. .-. no'TlliR a rcttinrkublo exhibition of vttr vo tennis In Iho flrnt .et of her ii Hu-ii v. Hit Mls Caronm Wlmi In tlio ii.nkuial Indoor rhtiniploiiRhliv Ml Han- k.jan oKniv iMtiiin ii r Ihftlmr con. f ir- ui-iiaii ... n.iu ,., o'" " ' - - r. - t oi Slio mane.ged, however, to take the I.-nn m tlio eecoiul el mid to noni u imtu lie score was r. 4 anil 40-30 In hr i ivor, One more -ivliinlntf stroke rnd io contest would have boon over In ftri cut set!?, but tlio '.vlnnliiH strnka f.i'lfO to como for Miss. Uancroft, anil Mrs inn, Kteftrtylns just In tlho and ii a uinins "o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 March 1920

12 r ' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1920. 0, KIDDER.PEABODY&CO. FINANCIAL HEWS AND COMMENT IHDtvoiufilfoSL BOSTON 1WJllSL NEW YORK Investment Securities Foreign Exchange Letters of Credit Correspondents ol Baring Brothers & Co., Ltd. iondon Munds Rog, ers cr Stackpole 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. Reserve Oil Lands are as important to a producing oil company as Reserve Troops are to an Army Through vast reserve acreage in United States, Mexico and South America, Cities Service Co. has made certain its future position in the oil industry of the world., Send for Circular "31" Henry L. Doherty & Company Bond Department 60 Wall Street, Now York FOREIGN BONDS German Government Prussia Special Prices 5,000 to 1,000,000 Marks Bremen Berlin Coblenz Cologne Danzig Dusseldorf Darmstardt Dresden Frankfort Hamburg Leipzig Munich Mains Manheim Stuttg...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 March 1920

STEEL IS SHOWING HIGH OUTPUT RATE BROWN BROTHERS & CO. EitablUhed IBIS NEW YORK Philadelphia Boston An Efficient Bank. When we plan for organization or ac counting systems, we think not in terjms of cost but in terms of the most efficient results. NATIONAL BANK 23RoSTftteT.vHtnc FIFTH AVENUE CROSSES OROAOWAV Daily Ingot Production in Fobrunry 142,000 Tons, Al most a Record. : DOUBT PLANS OF STItIKE Fabricated Steel Bookings Are Largest for Two Years and .Mostly for Building. Orders executed in all Pittsburgh Securities Equitable Trust Co. Stock Bought & Sold HOLMES, BULKLEY & WARDROP MEMBERS New York Stock Exchange Pil'.iiurih Stok Exchange Union Bank Bid;. Piltlburgh CI Broadway New York We offer and recommend investment for Syracuse Gas Co. 1st Mortgage 5 Gold Bonds due Jan., 1946 Absoiute first mortgage on property Syracuse Gas Co. all Present price, 85, compares 102 normally. with Carstairs & Go. Investment Securities Member? l'hiladelpiila anil New Yori flock Kt...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 March 1920

14 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1920. When facts are wanted quickly this little book is invaluable. Condensed facts and analy sis on about 400 companies 272 pages current sta tistics high, low records par dividends capi talizationofficers, etc. INVESTOR'S POCKET March issue now ready Oralis on request iff C-JJI R.H. MacMASTERS&BO. Members consolltlcltd Stock F.ich. X. Y. 69 Wall St. New York Ilanmtr fi"4 Crouni Floor ESTIMATE GAIN FOR D,S. FOOD PRODUCTS President Figures Net for 1919 Aflor All Charges Will He $3,000,000. MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS NEW "CORK CITY , Form, Rate and Jfatority. Bid. Inter. 44s, Jnly. 1967 IS Inter. 44s, June, ifj n Inter. 44s, Mann, 19W 9 IntF. 1U Vsass a. Inter. 44e. liar, 1957 M loupon 44s, IK4.1M3 n ( oupon 44s, 19I9-1923 $7 , Inter 44. April. 196H...... 13 w Inter, 44s. JtanJi, IMi I) Inter. 44a. u.irrh, 1962 89 Notwithstanding ninny difficulties en- j" fc-? countered during 1919, the United States inter. 4s, May, 1959 $6 Kood rrod...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOKl HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1920. 15 TRANSVAAL GOLD OUTPUT DECLINES BRITISH DRY GOODS FIRMS ARE MERGED Dccrenso During: 1919 Is 38dr 711 rounds Production lowest Since 1911. Large Interests Expand Buying Big Stores. by HIGH WATER MARK IX 1916 Jnbor Shortage nnd Dimin ished Efficiency Hnvo Brongltt Down Tonnage. Frecitl Corretpondence to Tne Scs asd Niw YoaiC lltBALD. T.o.snoN, March 2. The Johannesburg correspondent -of tho Financial Timet f!,vs tho following JntercstlRR review of tlio Hand and Transvaal cold mining Industry lurlnB 1919. "For tho whole Transvaal," ho sap, "tlio Fold output at tho stnndsrd prlco of 4 247' per fine ounco was valued nt fri.aS3.074 against 35,"C,CSB In 1918. This l a drr of 3S414, and seldom havo return for consecutive yearn cor responded so closely. Tho aggregate output Is tho lowest since 1911, when tho total was 35.041,485. Since 1910 ttierc has been constant retrogression, tho drop In 131S being no loss than t2.533.233. High wat...

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

p 10 - THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1920. f -- -ni TrTr 1 -9TTT "N T"VT" 1 ATT PART; i m rr it r.rvwn r ivvyirx . I: rt i , , i . . . GENERAL ELECTRIC LEASES WAR PLANT Acquires Hemingtoii Com pany's Property, With Op tion to Purchase I Joseph I'. Hay closed yesterday one ot the largest Iniluptrlul real entato con tracts that luive been consummated In many years, when tho Oenernl Electric , Company took over under lease, with the : option to purchase, the enormous Rem ! lnKton Arms U. M. C. Company plant at Urldueport, Conn. Tho transaction In volved about J7.000.000. The plant Is probably the larucst so-called "war plant'' In tho country. It wns built dur ing 1913 and 1916 by Junes Stewart & Co. At the outbuak ot tho war the Item Inpton Arms U. M. . C. Company had ' enormous war orders to execute, bo they I required additional factory space. No time was lost In ipiiklnR their plans, and I they decided to carry out their big Im provements In Bridgeport, Conn.,...

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

FIFTH AVENUE LOFT SOLD TO OPERATORS? Comer in Savo New York Zone Changes Hiuul Other, Henlty Reports. Jo.wpli Sllvcrson ami Irving I. JiuIIh imitliascJ from tho Surrey Investors, I:ic. U. C Ollilertleevo president, tlio twenty fiery building at tho northeast corner of Fifth avenuo ami Ttylrty-flrBt tired, oreclcd In 1500 by Henry Corn, Tho property la Known np 303 and 305 Mfth avenuo and measures 06.9 feet In tlio avenuo nnd 150 feet In tlio street. iiK is reported to return an annual rentnl of $253,000. p. A. O. Schwartz aiul Hennld I'rcrcs Si Co, nro among tho tunantH In tho structure. This Is ono of a aeries of big buslnors Improvements inado in this section by Honry Corn inoro than a decade ago, when Fifth avenue was being transformed from a ti'SK'.enro to a business contro. Tho sell i'ig company purchased It from Mr. rorn In 1011, Welling & Koolblo, Inc., vcro tlio brokers. Itcslilcntlnl l'lot An.icmlilril. Douglas Ii. Elllman & Co. sold for 'tho estnto of David Franlc ...

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

1 ! ik i fr UTV HEAL KHTATK. Borough of Brooklyn Snlo or Rent. 18 MODERN FLATBUSH HOMES JOHN REIS CO., KSllATIUIHllAVi:.. IIROOKI.YN Telephone ritbiili 1400 foil tw 'i''r ',;,t"i:,.,,,,1::f. tttll first neriM III linmKITUi " im. . time offered; null It art Ion m'.-oaary Owner, 113 Sun-llcraiu, t Borough of Bronx Snle or Rent. $8,000 CASH ...... - iikiv lliw llOUSO. subject to flint mortgage mr.OO, rtl'19 VaLio feet''' 6 uavnble. 11,000 (i year. 3 1. 6x101) leet, i .,, 11 Vine nil improvement, Houso located at 13 l-"' 1 3 Mil "In"!. Bronx. lniulro OWNER, nronuu. Huom 1,03, 4 to 6 I M. 'MM.'!.' I AMII.V IKII'Si; AMI t..l..l.l". ii..ni nlpplrlcltv ' ,rM . m.a. pri- 16,boO; near Fordham road and cniiroiirse. DURO.-S CO., I Broadway. New J . I'l.ST. nlnt. s'lltn'M" enrage or '," ; "' Iota. UStli. nejr "0 .saciufici., i-3 lipmiii rmt'in st. 1 i'lfis (o 21!4 Waililn-Ttou av (182.1 M...--J8.50O ,"cl f'.i'ir 3 story brick two family twin.; .e",lon SIMON MYERS. '.TO Bro.ndw.iy. bone 41KI! wor...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 March 1920

19 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1920. ti: Miscellaneous. GIRL, neat; light colored; denttat. doctors, any poilllnn. Talbout, 301 Lenox ay. liIUU colored, wlaho work, day or week. Call Thursday, Friday. Audubon 2373. HALF-TIME WORK, mornln.si oxdoH- meed colored fflrl. Clara Robertson, 14 West UlSl, HALF time neat; colored; rellnbla: reference; willing wotter. lUll.Leo, 2830 nth ay. f i.tii mild; lennntreM! experienced, retla. tie; reference; Amtrlcan. 51. C, 1233 Lex ington nv RELIABLE Hungarian woman wlUe poll. tlmi da cleaning from S to 2 o'clock, S-toy, V Enst 7'Jlli st, second floor. UJLIAULH rolored woman wlaheai half time, mornings, llenderton, 111 West 13Rth st. WOMAN (Hwrdlah) wanta flay work washing, Ironlnir. H, 1)., 4'Jfl Bun-Hctald. Herald ulnars'. 101NO colored woman, Boutborner, wishes work in smaii apartment or email lamuy, lawman, 43 Welt tiOtti at. . PROFESSIONAL P1TIJATIONS VANTKD FKMAI.EM. A Trench course, grammar. cooTeriatlon and translation;...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 March 1920

THE SUN AND JWOBKJgRALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1920. 20 4f ' '. i it i 11 I TTT7T DTADV Eroidiray at Ninth Strt, New Formerly A. T. Stewart Tork. 'SANG DEATH AWAY 11 BIG CAMMING HOUSE 'SQRMMi RIH. IRMHW i SKS SLSLS?30 THIS JUiUN WAJSAauuuaav wwy. PERSONALS. CTKWOfUl i,t lUrrr T'tln, 2W if., (. f" r'' afln?"W DAYS IN OPEN BOAT ARNSTEIN DEMAND i Cti rrow " I no mtc v Vt IPKfffe WfXI FRITH nftltfl hi ts 1.11 II. I" K !" 1ir.r. U . tor IV MIW . J2f,"I;i.l KW'S sailors Heartened l)y Joyous Mien, in ni"",1""' ,,,,;;..ii ktKI'V K Slfliy lit l rrti. IWi A "i,,l,'K V,. Slwtl jkiiot. Truant '. " Jfrlirvl. 211 Wfr mm i . April l'l, Aiwra7 OVKIII.MiKH. a mitl"" T H ate! r4 I am fit '"J''WVi ,f.r LOST AND FOUND. nit ran ha me. 1 . II., JS un-ller-nl"), Mf-raM iur ?.jTxh- Utir uiniT 11, about , ' Ownr ili' .lrlritlfn, write II. II.. o 115 S'in ll.ral'l. Harlem , . 'MWAbo'Ji' J cr afe, In vicinity t Irxrlti l'rlc and Mountain av Upper .Miiriicl.tr. .v. J . k entlmn' rft.il rln. km wiiii uq dUrnonli ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 March 1920

f 7 V: WEATHER F0RE6AST. 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 beeri on its own. ItlOTCasincr cloildinesn nnrl warmer in. da ; probably rain by night ; to-morrow ' rain and warmer. Highest temperature yesterday, 43; lowest, 3?. Detailed weather wporta win bo lounl on tlx Editorial pr. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVIL NO. 201 DAILY. PRICE TWO CENTS . IN NEW YOIIK CITV AND SUBURBS. ' NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1920.- .'.OopyrisMed, 1520, by The Bun-lttrati Corporation.) Entered as etcond clu. mutter. Post Office New York, N, T. THIIEK CENTS ..., ON TRAINS AND ELSEWHEnE. S$wt SENA TE FIGHT BEGINS TO A PPRO VE 2. 75 BEER; WALKER SCORES DR YS llival Tally Leaders for the Compromise Measure, Which Is Introduced. HOT ATTACK ON SWEET Speaker Assailed for Oppo sition to Bill Sponsored by Returned Veteran. FAIH PLAY IS DEMANDED 3rj Mocking Col. Gillctt's Ef ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 March 1920

-4 4.. , ,,, nnXv a cnaneo or pcrjiona. Tlie party by Dr. Ountav fitrcucmann and tho ,ndX 4iMnot aacppt fhto Uua- Democrat tiy Karl Trlmbprn. The ndcptndcnu-wiii noi n- commission wns In touch with the Ma- Vaa' . Jorlty Socialist arid Vlce-I'rcmler Kchlf- InUrpniilriil'lIul'"'" ''' ftrwaa In touih nlth Ktuttsfurt anil wits ' The fart Oat (h. J" El!?1 B PrBn" ' rammunots w far M the "At 1 V. M. Kapp Mimed, trans- 11,0 nf, KrViffi " and 1 hi poiwr. to Von l.ucttwltz. revolutionary ttrik or ' ftI. wh0( bccomlnff now morc cwMonti a.. Is warded an a 1 'cu' thiU tl(t.y clarcd that In any event he must keep ra,lTO,h,C u'nuVSVwn Per.hlH troop.. In IJcrlln at least a fortnight "wtW'wi'i'TLauion for a His nttltudo probably was modified by jfd their physical ."p"rno""rmnent, 1 tbe fact that a section of tho Boldkrs, Huprcm effort to j-elzo th 0; "' JfCilir0(i nK!iln3i Mm nml two of , nnd n; " Vsaitibt titu l- 1,,ll,,c treP " ? r.B.r." t Uflox, H-nipatheUclln the army. Iiru m-nun-M i ovarii wm ...

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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