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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1920. 8 4t 'YIELD OH TREATY,! HOQYER TO ULSOM Xotfcr Tells Prcsfdont Ho' Can Jlclain SohP of Icnguo by Accepting: Hcsorvnlions. BEES DRIFT TO NEW WAH Prompt ItoMficnUon Urged to Avoid Milking Separate Tcaco With Enemy. Herbert Hoover ndvlsed 'President Wilson In a publlo lcttci yesterday to Withdraw Ills opposition to trcnty reser vations "before tlio Unltod States Is forced Into tlio "unthinkable" situation of continuing another year technically nc war or or making n separate peace T.itli tlio enemy. Mr. Hoover's opinion v.ns that tho strength of tlio League of Jvntlona In not materially Injured by the ro.v.rvatlona proposed. Mr. Wilson Mill itmld retain tho "eouI" of tho league by yielding to reoorvatlons designed to xatfofy tho most timid a.t to entangle ments" Mr. Hoover asserted. This statement. Issued from Mr. Hoo ver's offices In this city, was as foltowa t "ltegardless of what any of iw thlnli fhould have been the. provisions of...

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

It it 4 1 . "I TENANTS MEET AMD Jfuyor, in Lfltf.- lfga Ex emption of BuDding1 3Iortgnges on 'Jlumniu'lfubitations.' TINS HIS FAITH ON LABOH Vr. Copolnml Speaks at Oath f rinsr to Hack IJoylnii-Dono-hue llcnt Bill. Major llylsn. In letter riad at a truants' mus nvellng In the Central Opera House, tarn" out opnly last night in favor of th d'rnand made by the lly's loaning IntertnU that building m rlKnn bcT oxcinpt from Stat and rrrferal (nconis tax. The Mayor limited M indorsement. liowocr. to mortgages tn "human habitations." Thl. he wrote, lo necessary In orikr to Insuro a suffl rlfnt flow of jnon'y Into the mortgage fHld to overcome the homing shortage and ipe out existing rent evils. T ie Mavor, aUo sket. hed an outline of hi f.'O.Ort.'fl) huMing campaign. In hKh ), U rerehln the cooperation of tie big r"l estate interests. Among ch"r things lie re'tamtnended that the a Irwin "give wieclal conilderation to 1 irnenU of building materials and at thOf building material should, so fa...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOBK HERAlSjTODAYJARCIgff -wi v -I r , OKA 1 ( CJ f LV r wi r jwuiuu. i fin ivi i auiifu( moOlhdeld fi-om 9am Qartier FIFTH AVENUE 52P STREET JffiSi r. " " w ' ' v vsj COLBY DENIES ALL UNFITNESS CHARGES Answers Parsons and Other ( fit ics in Statement to Sen ate Committee. tjJtl ta Tni SC." A.ND Saw 'Voiz Hkiuuj Washington, March IS. Balnbridge . y. r.i initiated by tha President to be . aury of State, appeared to-day be (1m Penatu Committee on Forelsn iiiions and made bis answer to the . wr; which Ind bf.cn made to the Is to bo made within a day or two to the shipping Intern! of the country. A circular letter will b notice, to the ship plrg companies that the board will re quire tho Wins with the board In Wash- Instun of all freight rate. fares and i isltnt. r ...I.I. .11 ' and memoranda affecting ratea. It will' aUo bo notice of the Inauguration of J rate regulation and other control fea tures In ocean commerce. t'ull reiculutory powers are conferred upon the board...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 March 1920

1 . it! 1 1 1 ! 1 ! 1 1 it , 1 IARYMP-PGLL IS LED BY WOOD; j jYavors G. 0. P. Sentiment nrinstructeOele.itioji to Chicago. LOWDENSPND .! PRI3IADIES ON 31 A V Johnson, Poinds vr. Harding Vcond Choices: IVinQ'jrate Talking of HooTer. MARYLAND. t....,-,. ff&.ii jss rl of tit Una cocctr irt Tki Sv; a'b Ilr'AU. Ifld5tati that Mijorlen. I!- t- j Wood Is the ,;ik'! of tb n: 5)r Sn t-at H ate fr the ITrfde- . Fra.'-k O. lyda o-' Ilcl J..-1 t-1'1 ha-. a !fiatii;j"T ,V,J" ru , 'tiMWB' of an adeqmw jct'dM jr.marr on for lU dtijna'Jon nw: 5I -ai durtlt,s sot latr than ArrH t So fir thr iare bn eeftaat-"-1:.e statn d'l?aW taa MaryUsd sr', Hxlrty node tiss between May li r . i?. At that tar.e the delejats w 1 uutrsdtd by the tor.rer.tion .. tMr vat ior PresMent at Cni- i!h the resalt of t preferential prl.Tjary. Ki' i delejate la the Sate ovntlos m n ve for .r.frj'.tion for that Pre 3 ,. -andylat it ho arried hta countv. n i tL of the ".y of Hal'Jrnore lus la tUtir. Ustriot. ;n tie primary. i...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1920. 4 HUGO IS BOOMED AT GREAT DINNER 2,100 Republicans Gather Hero (o Approve His Candidacy for Governor. GIVES POLITICAL CREED w York Secretary of State i alls for "More Tcrspiration and less Criticism." Thu Francis M. Hugo boom for Gov ernr got out of Its swajldllnsr clothes last night It (stood alone. It even Fpcil out with confidence across the counted banquet tloor of the Hotel Com rrnijnre, whore tho family party of 2,400 .. itoua Republicans had mustered to h. . put It upon Its feet. ; .1.' attendance was the largest In ii i lie history of New York dinners i: v 'i in honor oC an Individual. It , .. i outnumbered the 2,150 who sat , at tablo to commemorates the Ji l.-n-FuIton celebration. riff those reuted to rlsht and left A. C. .Smith, who acted as toast r, went Frank M. Williams, State . r, Col. Walter Scott, "Big Bill' 1 ii'.inlf, Mrs. James Griswold Wentz, ji- William II. Ives, Hear Admiral a II. Clennon and his aid, Lieut....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 March 1920

44- BEATEN IN BY ROBBERS .Brooklyn Victim Felled With : Hammer, and Thieves Get Diamonds and Silks. XOTHKK'S SKILL UKOKEX 3l'SM'njror Hoy Reported as Having- Disappeared With .?! 1,000 in Bonds. i ' 7-o c:ni were bidly beaten an5 rt-l of Jswelry m homo In )irrklvn yesterday. ;,pite their injarlei. '.h "wn were1 lo give nve uwriyi.wu -rooWr to the lAict. .vrSiy morning' two well dressed rr.n tnajte-J a room from Mr. Mrv Var "J tears oM. who coiwi la a far tishej room hoss at 3 .'tale street. )trxk.jn. Later In the dav they earn i, rr uxA atAed her for a tor.mer to 'i a Iklr,? faucet. When she. brouKht ) in went one drew a rtvo ver and th r.-I.er knocked her unconscious with trie, i.rr,mer. ., Whn 'he recovered she found her bound with a roj. Hr reamB at-t'a.-te- pasiersby. who releMtd her. ani found that the two roomers r.d left the . ...hk tt.im -nrth ' diamond be- Jwinsr to ber and with rflk iresws I turned by oihr roomers. Tn police almost succeeded In keep-l-n: TJ.et th fact that...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 March 1920

THE SUN SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL, PARTS OF THE WORLD 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 Mailt. FRIDAY. MARCH ID. rratice. Ueldum, ltoiiinnuls, tlulgarli. lux f'utiiire. Csedio-MiirnUa. Juin-Slsvls. Trrnlluo. Trieste, German-Austria, Inland. SwltierlsnU. Italy, fiuiln, I'ortusil. Turkey. Kajpt. HrltlsU .iiiji.i, .iiiiigii 1'jnni ,tincn, Maiia, iiitirauar. '"jlou am Htralls Settlements, via Ham eiso parrel mii mans lor iranre, if, atr no chaiubcau. S:.",u .M (mm 'J:D0 AMI. tVvTl'llDAY. MAllCH SO. st Lucia , nil South Africa! also parcel rout mils for Inlon nf .South Afrlcn. Itechtianslsnd I'mtf-tnrate, Portuguese East Africa. Nor! htm ami Southern Rhodesia and Mouth West Africa Protectorate. Mr Wat Soldier. 12 M (sup 12:30 I'Mi. Sweden, Denmark, (lerasny, Lithuania and I atvla (! al wee! post mails for tiweden. atr Stockholm. 0:30 AM (sup 10 AM). 'eruiany a Ian parcel p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 March 1920

id THE NEW YORK HERALD. si s- iiwai.d roijATio:, y;r. w.iraroen. va j Tiriiarer; It J' t .rlr,s"n. . ,.iTill I'lUt'E-S. .lifiu' - . . cm i. xmi, suii:kiptio: uatca Sit One, l.ver ,2 'A. Ij3 edition. 10REIGN RATBS. -,a , r a m;ndat..mw 12.40 1.S0 .... .- , f5 lt.00 DAY '.?!'..... i,. to be .12 European l'-dlllon. p.-ids OFFICE, 49 AVENUE DE i- KjtopK Edition mr te main New York office. .-., uw for republication of nd ,.,pa- h creJlul to It or r.ot . ,. rMlted In tnis jwper and also al publlb.d herein. ".inn of remblkatlon of ijtclal ,i lieuln ars aUo rwerrtd. - f-'. i ii who favor with manu- .,a I )Uu.liHUc for publication tU , . j .ri. t-U artklen return! :hey malt . a t !"r ,b" PurP"- vais III SISB88 ANI EDITORIAL OF j i i ;so imOADWAY. TELEPHONE, m. Til 10(M3. Trance's Just Claims Upon Amcrl ran Credit. Preui.er Mii.lekam of 1'rance has rd'cratcd in a dear 33 well as a .rl!e way both the purpose and the - )'hty of his (Jovernnieiit and of his i untryun-n to pay their debts In full...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 March 1920

Wallace Library Will Be Dispensed in Four Day Sale Tftnvnrd of 8,000 Items in Col 'ici'lion, Including llaro Tiits of Americana. Tl.v' sale of Waller Thomas Wallaco'a 1,1 1 .ry of extremely raro books and first ulinm!) In tho American Art Oallcrlcs, I- .i mwg on Monday, March 22, and continuing with both afternoon nd eve ning sessions four dajs, will In all probability provo tho most Important rntiffir of books In this country during refpnt years. Mr. Wullaco has bjen n booklovor tlncu early youth, and his library has Win built up by Indofatlgablo uctlyitlc.3 ,ml painstaking cure, Ha Instinct for v. ,a' is raro and valimblo has been al l i wlih tlio true hlbllographcr'a de limitation to secure examples In tho 1 1 oi .omlltlon procurable, l)ic collector's .ointa Ulrg udherfd to In tho highest (jrgrce Tho collection numbers upward or 3,000 Items. A rumanco of book publishing might ho written from the ValUco library, for it covers all progressions. Of para mount Intel est Is the largo ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 March 1920

Yankees Fail DODGERS CRUSH .: CLAN OF HUGGINS Yankees Arc in State of Coma I'ollownjf Social Whirl at Pn I m Reach. KUXKY'S HIT SCOKKS llTXiTOXEY TWIRLS INFOI Neiss, the Western Canada He emit, Makes Three Safe Drives for Winners. lir WILLIAM II. IIANXA. t,M it The Kcn . Xr-w VK ........ i 9 iiiLri-u let -., Tanked were In a Mate of wma th afternoon. Their flip sm-im l ralm Beach wsu. too much for ihZ Vfter a nlglifs ride In a archaic I n fo"o I-iM "oast elite they didn't 'lo much l',h affrnoon but walk up to th" pUte and walk ba.k again. Jiiyw .. . pieman iMislne-n a.i baseball uldn t in tepst them afiT their touch of hit;.. i t ,.,. ii.f. ilr.-t. 1'U' wnether or ,'t tJio Dodger. lieal tli.:n wi'h ewe , ,d whitewashed th.Mii In Hi" bargain. Th- . ore was 3 to 0. The Yanks couldn't hit either Mar quard or Mamaux. who were In great trim. Wut they will be later on when Ketones count Is uncertain, hut their mm to-day was grade A. Toey, the Brooklyn, got the ame ,ort f a Mart on the Yan...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 March 1920

13 THE SUN AND NEW YOftK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1920. Women's National Indoor Tennis Championship Narrows Down to Miss Edith Stgourmy and Miss Helene Pollak K VS. N. Y. IN WOMEN'S FINAL t- - Tennis TUlo losts Jlfilwc'cn Mifis Kdi,th Sigauvnoy and Mlsp Hcloiio rolluk. WIN IN STRAIGHT SE'lV! NEWS FOItIN 0. A. Jlrs. llnrtmaim and SIIss Winn Aro Outplayed in National Semi-Finujs. Kltlipr Jl'sa flieourpey of Tioaton or Miss Helen Pollak of Now York will I tlio new national Indoor tennis chum jiion. As a result of straight gamo vlc mi iiiH In Seventh.- Regiment Armory fKtciilay they aro "In tho final round of ' annual tournament, nnil will meet to- '.now afternoon to sattlo tho owner- in of tho title between them. !n their noml-tinal mulches yesterday Mirs Swumey defeated Mrs, ingo Hart ,-,,, i,v r.i 1 nivi -xii.u Pnii.iu klVU I'lID, tlltV )IHl' 1 triumphed ovor Miss Caroma Winn by ; 6-3. 6-3. Miss Winn gavo early ! promise of making a closo tusslo of It. f.,r Mie ran into a lead of 3-...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1920. High-Grade Security And Liberal Return I TXDERLYINGaud u Closed Mortgage Itailroad Bonds and Guaranteed Terminal Uonds, which for merly sold at prices lo yield from 4 .to 5, arc now obtain able to yield from about 6 to VA I Send von our Circu lar No. 1089 describ- 1 if.;; eight carefully selected issues. Spencer Trask & Co. 25 Broad Streets New lork ,IINV BOSTON CHICAGO Members New York Stock Ktchann FINANCIAL NEWS . AND COMMENT i .i . ir..i. Ti..r.-i rn-i.t auvaiico jieuia nunc xunuiy, Which Does Not Ilcsult In Weak Market. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES. Thursday, March 18, 1920. Day's Hales.,. Year to dato.. 1920. 1,897.050 S7.879.391 EB ii;r.i"n'i s.le. ALL CLASSES SHOW GAINS Equipments Are -Most Active and Steels Get Much Attention. Motor Wheel Corporation 8fc Cumulative First Preferred Stock snrrnwor by purrhasc to PRUDDEN WHEEL CO. THE ALTO WHEEL CO. C1ER PRESSED STEEL CO. THE WEIS& LESHMFG. CO. Matter! of wbwls fro...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 March 1920

FOREIGN BONDS I Bremen ! Berlin Coblenz Cologne Danzig ' Dusseldorf Darmstadt Dresden Frankfort Hamburg Leipzig Munich i Mains Mannheim Stuttgart Special Prices 5,000 to 1,000,000 Marlis Phone Rector 3130 3131 3132 British Government r- rrentu Italian Belgian tt Vticripltrt Circular aniPrlct) on Regutst. Farson,Son&Co. Slcmhrrj New York Stork Exchange. 115 Broadway, New York $4,600,000 BANK MERGER PLANNED Cliomicnl NnlioiinJ nnd Citi zens NaUonal to Consoli date on May 1. DIKECTOUS A1TJIOVK PLAN Amalgamated Institution Take Chemical's Namo and Offices. to THE BANK OF MONTREAL has prepared for distribution a manual o Dominion of Canada ' LOANS Issued and sold in Canada and the United States since 1914 Copy on request New York Agency 64 WALL STREET investment Securities R.C. M E6ARG E L & Co. 27 Pine Street-Nsi&rK The tendency toward concentration of bAnkln? capital, which hn tyecn carried to crcat lengths -In Great Britain, wan augmented locally yesterday when tho protect...

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

One of the Eastern Railroadi covering the chief industrial cen ters ewt of the Mississippi a continuous dividend payer for 65 years overlooked in the pres ent market. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD CO. kl(h H pertinent ft an analysis m tbU tlnc-o have prepaid a special report FIVE ESTABLISHED OILS thit have rot At yet narltelnVed to any extent In tha market , movement ??nerat"l ; ly ho hMhtr prices for oil and tu pmJuets. ;,i orfdlifon M I'll o.W. tfi wiwJ ra'urri and iiscuttlmt n r..n Products Anipr. Miidrhaker No. 4mrr. r. A l . lUldiVln l oco. I.'nrlh Syndicate In the Oiwitlwi' JMfMv J OI'tN'OX Grolit on reqvnl ! I'-Jr. R. n. HkMASTEBS & GO. Vtmters rmtolldotm Noct K?di..N. V. i.n Wall St. Now Yrk Montgomery-Ward Submarine Boat Gillilantl Oil Phillips Pet. Glcnrock Oil Midwest Oil Comprehensive nrtielei cn above i;ivcn in cur itr.t issue of our weekly financial Forecast l itt m rrrue" At',: !t Xo. I ! MS-Wolfe Co. ESTABUSHZD "C6 41 ERCAD ST.. NEW YCJHPL Pltcite acsi2l Preferred Stock ...

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

, -r-. nrTr t r Hif A fltlT 11 1 Aflft THE SUN AND NEW YORK HttKALU, fkiuax, iviah rj, ,1, iJURB MARKET TONE IS GENERALLY FIRM Trading Is Active anil Droad nml Prices Oontinuo to IMso Until Close J ' a centrally Arm tono existed In tha buMdn market yoaterdtty, although Uio jtisif t wavered In the early afternoon, jun ti renewed pressure. Losaea woro mada In most leading tstockn, but belter demand developed toward Uio closo nnd prl 'oi continued higher until Uio end ot iiieis. Trading was nctlvo, nnd nn ur,uual!y largo number ot industrial Issues traded In, Several new Issues m.ie tlllMr appearance, and stocks which bu l not fold for weeks woro dealt In. (i.ineral Asphalt, niter idling several o,'itB oftcr a higher opening, recovered Its ! iss beforo the closo. Thero was (food buvlnj: of Dominion Oil and Producers ,ml Lennors. Tho latter Had proved a w,v Pfid :it Wcwcko, Okla., bringing In n n3 wi ll flowing at tho ruto of 5,000,000 iMo t u day. 81mm) was well sup- ' ported, "if Whlt...

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

YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1920 18 nr.i. estate at auction. nt.t. ESTATE AT ACCTION. -- j - : rm! ir arm TO LET. I BUSINESS rMCM TO T.T7T. ii , i r ih iiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiniHimiiiiiiii& I Absolute Auction Sale . Jljr Order of lb Supreme Court S Z Under the Ulruakm of Ucrogo J. titllmpie, Hefcre. 2 1 The 2 Buildings I I 174 and 176 Fifth Avenue. Between 3Jd and 33d fetrtcts. I Opposite Flatiron Building S Dimensions M.-luO end 13.11x100. 2' 1 Tuesday, March 23, 1920, jit 12 o'clock nnon. - M It1! Estate Exchange, 14-10 Vev.y 8). , 2 5 Thcc prtipertloi will be ulltml wparattly and together. 2 - For partlsulart apply to Joseph P. Day, Auctioneer, - 67 Liberty Sired, or Robert D. Ireland, Attorney for Plaintiff, 233 Brstdwir. 2 5 ' Tel. Barclay 7074. 2 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiaiiiiniiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiciiniiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiHmiiin HOTELS. HOTEL MARTHA WASHINGTON 29 East 29th Street. Phone Madison Square 6500. For Women Only. M.iJ.n.. i...

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

ArAlJTMKNTSTOJ j MTU, 340 Writ. Two rooms, bath, kitchen ette; attractively farnlahed; nigh clasa ele- titor sparttncnt home: references reulred. fliill or 'phcno .11171 Schuyler. (jfH (West Until Klvo rooms, two bed roome, now building; charmingly fur- t.ished! 1200, Telephone Columbus 3074. , 93d St., S. W. Corner Madison Av. '.Newly derornted Apartments, one room and httb. 0O ip, two rooms. bath, $73 up; hotel service, extraordinary flint; block (rum lurk; rjtuura nt, 1 1 OTKL ASHTON. Mill, 17- East Light, eoaey two moms, kltcli- incnc, newly decorated; private home, iliirn St.. w wusT-num aai mo furnished dooms' lmmellnto possession; private. Tele rin wtl Apt. It. ti ---- , ATAIl rV'-J"J IT; yyP''gWEP. ' Troni Buttery to ft Ml St., IncIuaWe. WASHINGTON SQUAKIS. Three room npa ' mm'. l.o00, new fireproof house: Ifair nod hull service; business and sclal references required. See euperln. tsndent on premises. VAN VOORST APART MENTS, 123 wateney pwe. ' jAboi l llli St. to 5fltl St. ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 March 1920

20 PLRSONALS. , ' . .. , .1.11 . ...umof.v.tf to M. u l J, M.lil'K IlltxW.S. " Mil I .... lyiCikt, . . c.-. , if. r lilftli ' i ARRESTED AS TICKER. GAVE BACK $4,000 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1920. SWMHRIYSIIS ftlN'lb THE JOHN WANAMAKERSIUKB;, J I i Ns l-rK 'It)- App. I OH' t'.J Kfc'i Htti. I OST AND FOUND. ..TT! i p. it rp. d.a'rlpnon, write I! B.. '" . liar d.llreiri. j -ivtirai. si iUW tnr n "- I . ,.. ,vrM .t-t f IH .'; ,,t ..lit rwilflrti.: ,iS,,"7 . ,..,.r, IM:r I" f ,f "" I Broker's Clerk Tells How $500 ' Don us Led to Specula tion and Downfall. : END MILK EMBARGO CIRCUS DUE, FREAKS AND ALL. TO NIGHT Detrains 'Greater Than Ever' , in Mott Haven Yards. . I rh- srat-t h on rami, ofii pilots Federal Action Against ! siiwi a in Kingiing urmin-in ...... ( liarnum and HatUy I'omWn d Show? Sheffield FfU'lllS C'0. Tjlllci' nhirri op'-nH at Madlaon H'ljiarr. i,ra-i- Thurda, March 2i. w'll Wt in anl-j nul and other trains from Hrldseport. Conn., to-day. and com time...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 March 1920

E21 4C' WEATHER F A HAPPY BLENDING. J 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. FORECAST. Snow or rain to-day ; to-morrow prob ably fair and slightly warmer. Highest temperature yesterday, 34; lowest, 28. Detailed weather reporlj will bo lounil on the Ediloilal rue. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD PRICE TWO CENTS VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 202-DAILY. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, -4aa 'nAM.irrwr Thjt Kiin.Iterald BerBOratlon.i ON TRAINS AND ELSBWHI5RE. iVZV. Entered as w-cond claaa matter, Toit Office, New York, N. T. IN NEW YORK CITY AND SUBURBS). SENATE REJECTS THE PEACE TREATY BY VOTE OF 49 TO 35; RETURNS IT TO PRESIDENT AS AN UNRA TIFIED DOCUMENT; 300 KILLED BEFORE ESSEN YIELDS TO ARMED WORKMEN DEPUTY PORTER I IS INDICTED IN ! POLICE INQUIRY Jfiiiit Official Accused ly Demoted Cops of Interfering- in Vice HaUh. UO.UAX XOT A ..RESTED Wire Tapped to (id Evidence in Tender...

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. — 20 March 1920

I'rriJldout 'to Iiiltlato Internntlonal eonslilerntlon of a plnn to cKuhllsli u world lpac tribunal. Severn! Democratic Senators Fought recnltlun from tbo Chair In conshlor. nblo exrUeineut, nd It looked ns If a bitter wrnnsli? over tbo pnrllnracn tnry. btatus of tli Knox resolution was limiiliipiit wlicn Senator J.oiIro movflil to ndjoiirn till noon Monday. Thin motion pflrrlitl by acclamation. lillc ibi Knox resolution In not left pending before tbo Semite, tbo next, move of tho Itopubllonis will bo on Monday to brln It up nnd obtain notion on it willioui unneawuij deliy. I,mlr Snyn Atl I Over. riftecn minutest after tbc Senate luxt adjourned Senator Lodge In bin coiojnlttoo room iiiMounrcd to tbo as tcmhlml newspaper corrosjxmrients : "Jt Is nil over, pentlenien ; the treaty ban been wilt to tbc Wblto lloIX'." 'frou mean tbe physical document" Wim'w-ked. "The pbynlcill document," be re Illicit. 'J im poiblllty of reconsideration Is ended. The treaty u In tbe ImiitH of ihc Preside...

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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