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

WOMAN'S ACT LED : TO ADLON TRAGEDY SIio Waved Handkerchief nt Departing: Baltic Troops, Which Mob Resented. FIRING THEN FOLLOWED Ten Minutes Later Another Detachment Turned Guns on the Crowd. Rv the Aitociated rrett, iksijx, March IS (delayed). The w.ivUU ot o handkerchief by a woman from lt upper window of the Hotel Ad ion after the departing Baltic troops this ft-rtvon was tho signal for a mob at ,.k upon tha hotel, and was followed - i hi" tiring of the troops on the crowd, , ...us ilto death of at least thre F"-'- .Hid the wjundinc of a score of - The lobby or the fashionable ho- itifii 1 tho home of the allied nils . Iierumo an Improvised hospital. .h patients sti etched upon the marble i 'I tragedy Is perhaps without stg iiiil miic" as affecting the general situ.i t .m. hut It was Indicative of tho state of i lie feeling existing between the ptii lintlon and the representatives of thp tljna:y elements, and It Is feared "i.it u tuny be only the prelude to moro i- t.n'iiiuiry f ...

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. — 20 March 1920

1 r--r-'fi'' if It BRYAN ASSERTS SENATE HAS NOT KILLED TREATY Tolls Those at II is 60th Birthday Dinner That People Will Have Say. ASSAILS WETS IX PARTY Xi-V. UoiiioiTat.'. Hi' Says. "Will .Xol Force Xon-Ui.uiiittnl J'lank at San Francisco. Cef'ai of the peace treaty in the Senate was rerponslhlc for a dramatic ellmax to a dinner given last nigh' to William Jennings Bryan at the AUInc Citih in honor 't his sixtieth birthday. Duiing t'-.o rourfe of the banquet, which had been very. try 'dry," the biftden of nil tlio being r'mi- niwrnt of Wic light for prohibition and rleflant of any attempt to repeal the eighteenth Amendment, Mr. Bryan had been informal of tlic action of 'he Sn.Hi. Tho dial on the nelzhboring Metropoli tan towj-r hdd r'tgintfred midnight when Mr. Bonn Marlf to talk about the Leagjo of Nutionfl. We o'iRht to have an amendment to ihe C'onstit'itlon that uould moke it po filble to end a war by a majority vot of tho Senat"," he raid. "I think the con 'roversy that Ub lee...

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

U D THE SUN AND 'NEW YORK HERALD,. SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1920. BAY STATE PUTS COOLIDGE FIRST AND WOOD NEXT Massachusetts Republicans Would Re Unanimous if He Was a Candidate. "WET SENTIMENT STRONG Edwards and Hoover Debated by DemocratsLodge Is Choice of Admirers. MASSACHUSETTS. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts wants Gov. Calvin Coolldge as the Re publican candidate for President of tho I'nltcd States. There Is no doubt of the popularity of tho Chief Kxecutlve who jaificd the slogan of "Law and Order." Major-Gen. Leonard Wood Is the sc ond choice of that Stato for the head of the national ticket. Thews facts are brought out clearly in the poll of tho chairmen of the local larty organizations In the Stato con ducted by Tub Sun and Nnw York Hkuai.d. Instead of county chairmen the party organization Is by local town n nil city groups. Because of this fact ti.e returns received from Massachu setts represent a much larger group of 1' ailers than In States where the county In the unit. In ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 March 1920

i THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1920. '.. 6 . .. , : "mt J f 1 ' J: FORCES SILENCE ON COPS AP FIREMEN i Hvlan Mil Down on turranj J10IIOD W UJC l "r- Kii'ljt of Petition. A.TIO.V 0.V ALBANY BFLLS L v'h Tilt in ftosrd of hI mate on Street Hole. Snow and Palm Vznrh Trips. t. It C'.rrait. r'M-Mtfrt '.f -. .n . KMnrh. rwvd I r kx if ' ?!' u-.- H pr-il U. 7S.trt ' i4 Irtot. It"!' raSy -A jfcfc- cftwr or HrKya boM:cr '"i iifi &roiti VfAt& V'lpMi'. otSx or x;?l?r&t' vyn tii -r,4 f iasr Jtfj ll tiyAz4 by J. who w . I', mi's ' 1 .'uHy 6!rtt try srforra tW tf'Jtr. 1 Mr ' vrr !! i C3jjt of nav3wtas'r." ii lo '. f'w tliwen tad! miilnna auJtjr o?93 owvif c-"- ffff'itl' wJn-ft of df irtaas ' j .vrM yfctr 'js tfc jJ(r-.-i.'7 c j. ,..,..rfi. tirr. in bfre ' .if CM r tyy?i rlltt'J.-J f ' A M'ft ax ." o'!t5.4 iff. , r -r, , 'ft AltAr.y 'r rvyr , ', vi M-.kii r) i't )'' 'fi rit ArU I wJiVy'J ;ir,t '(T .' . "' trV iDiJnit50 7r jA'ioIne if JJntt h b!Jl W a .!.. A-yhir.r th...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 March 1920

THE ' SUN .AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1920. n millions now living will never d Judge Rutherford In a free lecture in the Hippodrome next Sunday afternoon it will be conclusively proven by many Biblical prophecies which have been fulfilled during the past four years, and from many others still in course of fulfillment, that hundreds of thousands now living in this city will never die. "In this instance do not deceive yourself irfto believing that 'where ignorance is blis 'tis folly to be wise because life everlasting on this earth as a perfect human being will depend upon the individual knowledge and understanding of, and acquiescence in, the rules of conduct that are to govern the world in its reconstruction now in progress and ever after." In a startling and comforting lecture, "Millions Now Living Will Never Die," Judge Rutherford pffers a reasonable and satisfying solution of the many questions raised Jby the conflicting claims of orthodox creeds, Sir Oliver Lodge, ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 March 1920

i 8 AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. rOVNDCD , ,11 M.iTL'KDAY. MAltCli SO. ). TUB SUN IIKItAM) CORFOnATIOS. Pub'.lel.er.. XW r-J wfrimJ! Vlc.lr;.Mnt ; Wm. T. ' fr i .prldnt anJ Trtasartr, u. i ll .tr! 'f too. hvre'.ary. NKHfiVTANI) MICKS. Uilly. Uo rent, a M 'In " Vorfc fllr ami Minuru ;"'Yu...hir (an vlimi Sunday, flr tnl. tlnere, un MAIL SfOflcnll'TION' HATES. lt of MUilsslppl ti .it: 031 h.i Ob "u.r sw-6AV..liiAj "IS: eel United State Treasury I O U's, ', nVjay" '-Im "h "2'to reduce Government bowl principal s,,rVA.v VliZiY'x o?eS!Mitt!w1 and Interest, to help soldiers that nrc vv ma r (.lada clltHn. rortcio.vr.ucs. .ILY Mtl.V f! 1 . f . fA V . . 'i i., .kL. mAM.V orii.fl. 4C, vo nit ny!t l rn BanHeriM. European Mlllou. irltt lit Paris 25 tenUnie. dally ana ' "pAMis o?nc. AVENUE DC ViJ,l'JL'V... - .Av.rililnc ratei Me the'Uuroptan Edition may be obtain"! , (rom the nuin .-ew i" u- Tha Assorlated Press Is ."V'"1 TTjl ,i .a ... ,h. for ren jh.icatlan or a" riitm'r'lM rfMiltl-tl lO it Of no...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 March 1920

I 8 I 1 Mrs. J. F. Peakody andOthers Injured Hunting at Aiken rmisunl List of Accidents 3Iiss Dolan Tlirown und Kicked by Horse. tjinial t Tub Frs and New Yok Hunt, AikkNi S. C. March 19. Tho fox bunting reason hero has brought an un usual List of accidents.' In tills week's : -nt Mr?. Julian L. reabody. daughter m Mr.s. Thomas. Hitchcock, Master of i no ll 'umb, was pitched from her mount i inking a Jump but was only slightly 1 inri-rt Her mother took every Jump i case anil led to the end ! io fortunate, however, was Mis Afanlra II. Dolnti, daughter of Mr. i i.jrii.-. V. Di;;n of Ros.ur.t nt. Pa. In rr'Ptu drag hunt MHs Dolan was wn. and falling was kicked In the r ta.'K Speciallsta from Augusta have i,. K .uied in consultation. The horso ,'lo i lie Imp too soon and landed with fmi i ft-n la tho barrier. Ju her attempt o m'l out of 'ho way of her own und ie following horses Miss Dolsn was ' ImiI'v hurt. Mis nnslcy, eldest daughter of Mr, ji, nr- .1 Annsl-y of England, broke her x -...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 March 1920

crj."SV.1 'I. V i It It I 1 Till (H 1 1.S ' 10 NEW JERSEY BOARD AGAIN IN TROUBLE Public Utility Commissioners Face an Karly Trial on IS Charges. 'on I. It became tonra tday at ' the Whit 'iiow. after a conference r.nVVHVfjff. TO Y, JL'DGE uaoa' JUtUwU Palmer. Attorney iyl,M J-.K.UK JU "luu CetrtTil; Walker Hlne, Fuel Adrolnl- . - trator. and Jotepb Tumulty, secretary . to tae President. VctflPCt Olid SlifeCOnnUCt A1-; Mr. Palmer an! Mr. Hines went to "-n'-" jtk While House, to arrante for the IC"C(1 in XcW CfihC That iublJcatkm of the reports In a day or 'n Itwo. Two reports were submitted, oce J'rOiniCS Sensations. majority report, prepared by the two I wr.rnUfiw.tri who represented the coal loptrator aod the public rearxctlrely, , i. ...(,. a'"'1 lx thw Jonn P. White cf the 'osfronted by ifcwo ulle'Mfti ra!trt ' n'iO-, of doty and rnlftorHloct In CT'"r ,T.;t, ije ef which are ar.d MtKMl a!! the members of the New lfTlTrjnn TTAnTJTirTT AT) Jersey I':Uk l'ir.on. ..... .... ..tv -.'v...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 March 1920

I 11 THE SUN AND WW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MAROH 20, 1920. SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD as 13 OEM KEEPS ITS riNGOME FROM PIERS Mnjoi' fi riff in Closes Dcnl to Kctnin 9700,000 a Year in Sub-Lcaso rinn. UiboKin showed New York how to do l " '""'"''y wcl1 Mayor Patrick R. fi nriinu or America's most popular pea- fclUlt; . n. i ,, nil nouii' (vi that lie had virtually closed with tlio liovirnmctit a. deal wliereby llnt.oiieit rontimira to receive the tidy sum of 700,000 jenr In taxes from h .Herman piers by rutb-li.nslng them. TV . ... mUDtni,nii lfl.lt.. - . XT..... Vork -nv Is now In Washington on his i-onil visit In the Inst ten days trying i) do something similar for New York. Thus lar lie hatt not succeeded. Ari-onlms to Mavor Griffin. Pnmmls. iloner liiilbert will havo dltllculty In , retting lucK for the city the pier it seed" innt in the present ram no of inking ip.icc that at Thlrtv-flfth street, 5rtntl) Hroohlyn, which is the largest pier In the (ireater City, nc...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1920. Giants Bid Adieu to San AntonioRuth Knocks Ball Over Jacksonville Fence for a Distance of 478 Feet 12 f YANKEES INDDLGE ! IN BRAIN CDLTURE 21 GIANTS LEAVE . THEIR TEXAS CAMP C Two Giants Who Are Showing Good Form lliiS'i"s Lends tlio Powwow s Head of the Board of Strategy. J-ALSE NEWS ABOUT HUTU Regulars Arc Fit and Heady for String of G'nmcs With Itcd Sox. 17 STILL IN SAN ANTONIO 'Although u Mil Overweight He is Working Hard Hits a Homer. Ilj- WILLIAM U. 1IANXA. Bpfrml in Tut SliN AND Kkw YnK llr.iMLD. JACKfoNVM.tx, Via., March 10. A rood part of to-day's practico of the " nnkecs was devoted to brnln culture. Itugglns had skull practice In the club ) ou.i fir an hour before lending his men fin to the field, nnl on the field those who weren't batting or about to bat I riuatled around the manager and talked ir over Mimo 'more. It whk a busy day Tor tho board of strategy, of which everybody was a member, with Hugglns lending tlio ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 March 1920

13 7 . T 1 - '- ' ; r Women's National Indoor Tennis Championship Will Be Decided To-day on Courts of the 7th Regiment Armory THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 192b. 1 I BOSTON GIRLS ARE BEATEN IN DOUBLES 31iS! bfcminip.v and 3Iijis I.an crof( Arc Outplayed in Hcmi-Finnl. Till! KM SKTS FOH VICTORY Aloi't Dloi'lciiiff (it Net by .Mrs. 7 1.. l. i'll'l 1 la Xiusun 11 FlU'tuT. Tennis Tille Finals To Be Played To-day AT NrtON. t,lrt- luiilnr Nulliiiml 'liini (iiam iionliii l" Mjkrtlc liiisuril of .Mwrt Hlllii, N. .,lii.9 Crc. lJukcr jl Nih lurk. AT I 1". M. Women's Niithinul Indoor Tennis Championship Mimics IIh Edith hlu mirne.t f l!ilun c Jlli" lltirne l'ol laK nf ch York. AT !ii30 I'. Jl. Mumi-ii ( liumi!iiilili Roubles HI'S Helen-" 1'olljl. iumI MrH J.ouli (. .Morris of New ork is. Mis). Cnronm Wpinind Mii.i ln-rtrmle Delia Torre of New ttU. wall the completion or tMo f.enn-lliialj (n douoles C6terday tho ctfgc is now ttt for tlio title matches ft the Sev enth Rcglmcr....

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 March 1920

1 4 i THE SUN AND NEW YORK -HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1920. III ritone, neclor 5000 I Josephthal & Co. 120 Broadway, New York ill Memben 1 11 jjl New York Stock Exchange W j ''I Foreign I I Securities ! ! i ill Private Wires to i Principal Cities ' FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Stocks Kohl Up Well in Spito of fiend ionnry Tendencies of Murker. XEW LEADERS ARE FOUND Declines Are Trifling1 Com pared With Recent Advances of Favorites. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES. Friday, March 19, 1920. . 1920. Day's na!es ; , 1,470,901 Year to dato 09,360,352 1919. 1,233,08 39,934,332 1913. 313,200 30,733,602 Gossip op wail street. Another Day of Advance, IntoreBt In yesterday's market cen. BONDS IN NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Friday, March 19, 1920. -Cloiln,-, DIt. B1d, I Ait, In 1 1 Snip. (Open. 1 'n" Wo 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. Present price. 85, compares .with 102 normally...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 March 1920

THE)" SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARGHI 20, 1,920,. 15 i-1 4h POUND STERLING ADVANCES TO 3,83 Jirilish Kxcliiuige Touches New High Itecovery Itpconl 3Lns Jleeii Down to '.1.18. MONEY SITUATION BETTER JJnnlts' Itcservo Tosition Im proves and Horrowinff on U. Cortificntcs Is Less. lioclnpmciits of yesterday or out i.innditiR Importance In money nnd ex-ihnnip-. ncrorJInB to leudlni: bankers, -.fro the rise In Sterling axclmitBo to p. new hlRh record on tho u-cociy nnd Jho Information Hint the poMtlon of tin I'Icarlne Ho-no banks anil tlio Federal Itfsrno Hank, u it will bo revealed uftrr tlio close of to-fiay's market, Is more Improved than officials had untlcl ,ated. When Individual banks cheeked up their position at tho rloao of busl litrs yesterday they found a gratify ing betterment of reserve position uml ti pleasing reduction In borrowlnKS on i,ocrnmnt certlflcatca of Indebtedncw. The l-'edernl llcservc Hank of New Yoik will report. It la anld, u moderate Improvement and...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALVD, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1920. 16 4 ii r TRADING IN CURB MARKETNARROW Price Movements Ave Unintcr csiinff, but Tiulusfrinls Show Slight Gains. (Sells (flits share O.M lots. Trading In the outside securities mar Pc ycet.r.lay was narrow mid there was ittlo of Interest In the price movements. " n ; .! Pwnor prt of the session values moved In an Irregular ami VM-W-m.ini.ci. lull (it times u fairly Roo dennnll appeared nn.l jrcwIUHMu naH umvard murtnenlH. There was Ilttlo outside participation and althnug i a Uii'ko mi mber of issues was trailed In, total turnover was smaller than In re cut sessions. In the morning there was Rood Lut ing of N.iith American oil and d tunics of a point or more were made In 'M..Jit,K Issues, but offering later were more liberal and dosing prices were less Hiati Thursday's tlnal levels. Homer .. iter., dull with n weak torn etu ,1 it i. is little Interest In the Wye ir.iiB t ks standard nil of New Jersey a . nil. 1 1. 1 l points low...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1920. 17 1 1 REAL IWTATK OUT OK CITV. lAr.(rlietr Sale or Itrnt.' IF NEW BRONXVILLE HOME Just Completed Stucco Colonial, 10 largo rooms, 3 bat lw, tl.iM enclosed mm room, servants' din ing riHiiu, I miustor' bedrooms, g.irago. In nni) of UniiixAlllo's UneMt rcsldcnco Park. Mirrniindeel by magnificent Itomei. i'rli-o $2. .600, Terms If desired. Robert E. Farley Organization it East Ittli St.. N. T. Murray lllll 772(1. WHITE PLAINS Wonderful estAlft containing over 3 acres of land, old fashioned house nml large ntrn House curt be conveniently remnd . ed. 3 fireplaces, shade trees' and flno new on 3 IriiprAved streets; convenient! isai'itniy the- finest residential section In white i'lalna, can be bought at a very nt-i-actn price; 11 us dhow yoil thin prop- ty. i.uii K action is necessary i Uleou x egger, r . iIurr.. J,,,, ... .or H '' Klnoh, Local Monsuer, 103 Mama- ronern av . iviito riains. Tel. CSKH THE BEST IN WESTCHESTER tSTATIS FA...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1920. 18 4'r m 1 f j s V i PERSONALS. irlieriwUuU of UiiKciie 0 L..nnor, f w hii. km ln.irtJHt Inform' rVrVnuur un.l will II eellHe W 111 K.Y. ' irivmnue ami win ni-i- ' , . ,, to 'hp wrier' PA KNICKERBOCKER MAY BE A MILKMAN V. WIT IS IlItr.NNN. wantert inroriiittt urn wmii" . - - . ,,,ti . i-i fhou-. ..f JOHN np w ' county ! Jirt'.NNAN. formerly at 8hr 1 um i K.iliftmy, OeUn.l. or, If th ' .lead. I . ,! of th WlilOWl aim ihillren ilf iinv of Mill of ""',.. . It" v, or ."Dim- of thorn. re ent t H to ti-e ,ei of nliuve .leceiivil. MI1 llt'Qi)i:v. Snllrltor, Kilkenny, Ireland. J1L1 INI: couple wlili 1 n'0!'1 Bttrni'tlve. hrailliv iflrl. into to thru, eurii of ?"'.''; efffnt Inn iii.l nil a;lt "".' p' ff."' rllc chin.- full nrtWui II r Pi J flilomliil AiMren 1. C N.i I'. 0. b"' l' Hull S'Litlnu. . . Distivf .Ulorney Swann Pro lioss Tliu', City Market Supply ril, Cost. I'EX CENT ntTCE LIKELY LOST AND FOUND. A r:i:wAi!P ov "f wii.i. hk rwn...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

he of- f WEATHER FORECAST. " r Fair to-day ; to-morrow fair and warmer; moderate northwest winds, becoming variable to-morrow. Highest temperature yesterday, 40; lowest, 31. PdillfJ wcalhtr rrporti will be found cm jujc . 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. 203-DAILY. 94 PAGES. civil war in sa yony Germany riot RIDDEN: WORKERS SEIZE TOWNS AND SET UP THEIR RULE; GO VERNMENT YIELDS TO LABOR TO END STRIKl SENATOR NEWBERRY, GUILTY, FINED $10,000, SENTENCED TWO YEARS 1i) Others Convicted of Criminal Conspiracy in the 1910 Michigan Election 3CEW TBIAL IS REFUSED "evi berry Denies He Is Guilty; .Blames Word ing" of Law. RAILED, PENDING APPEAL. Thm' Clinched by Kiiiir Ad- j mittin? He Told Senator 850.000 Was Spent. j t , ' i, Tin firs n New Tor.K Ilrwin. Gmnd Rapids. Mich., March 10. l'nited State...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

4f port a vlrtunl state of civil war In .Sasony uwlTliurlDgla. Tlie Govern Iincnt nulliorltles nre censoring tlie .inmvir.iiu' rcnorls to prevent tnc --- - Spread of alarm. f Uprisings in Rivaria. Wueriieni er. IlmlPii and the north are iiNo irenortctl. Loyal Suvirmneiit troops jiro MM to be proceedlnp to tlm ten jlral part of Germany. The number lot loyal lti'lrliswt'hr troops availahlc iat various points Is not revealed. J FicbtliiK continues in the Ituhr district, in the mining district of tlm Klilm-laml. in fact wherever llier I 'tt larse imlutrlal population. -t Hour Ilotllc nt Kmteii. J The workers run seizins one Indus trial town after another ami are sol itlns up their own Government, t-oine-'times described ns Soviet In type. ?L'ho capture of Ku'en, reported .e.s ,ierday, followed a twenty-four hour 'battle. The workers used artillery; poo wcro killed. I The Government of the city now u jln the luiuils of a "Committee of Ac tlon," the despatch rciwrts. The .Spartacans claim...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH LODGE TO DEFER NEW PEACE STEP Knox Hosolution Doforrcd Vn lil Wot urn of More Scim Iprs o Capital. WILSON JIEMAIXS SILENT Imiirossion Given That Treaty Again May He Submitted for Ratification. tprnal te Tun St v ,vn Nmv Vobk llrnlt wasiiinuton, .March .'U, no worii came frnni tho Whlto House to-day iilmut President Wilson's Intentions In clcallni: with the viirnian peace treaty, i. i. i ifil yofti'iMay by .ho Sprat". Whltr Hons.' (if'ca'H absolutely would lint discuss the outlook. At Hie Capitol (HtcUftMon turned nl r .jit entlrily on .he Knox resolution, ci. larliiK the war ended and as-kliiR the, J'r. sldent to Initiate an Interrnt onal t" ference to orgnnlzo a world peaco ti ir.iinal. I hi' Knox lesoiutlon will not come ti . Monday and probably nut until the 1 t nrt week, Senator Lodge i M i- ). the Itipubllan leader, an i "Uinvtl. Many Senators hno frone : iv. .mil It Iu.m been agreed to mal;e l u : liniiiedlately. Km titer. It I i mi e...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

,n - ....... !P .. TTT' - ' i n-..,. i . ; s j i - , , : " 1 ' - If MCE FEARS TREATY TERMS ; IAY BE EASED IHUcrand Govoriimeiit Sus ijccts Accord Jtolwoftii ' Italy and Britain. AMERICA IS OIT OF 'f finmicinl PiMire, However, Also -May II a vp Effect on ModiNciilion. Cu a Staff CointruHiltiit of Tn PUN Vtv Yor.it Hkmi.d. Canriol't. . Tub Scn and New Y.'iut Hkhaui. Paris, March 20. Will tlm nbortivo foup d'etat ot tlio (iormiui militarists md Its attendant ovll of recurrent Bpartlclsm liavo tlio riVct tf stimulnt Jns a movement In (Ircrit Britain and America to modify tin- Trwity of Ver sailles, paitlrul.li!' H.h economic Clauses? This question Is now occjipylnB the flient tlint ulie herslf Is aecur against Communism and that her proletariat will lmvo none of It, l.i Btronger than ever for the treaty as It stands. Tlia Jteparatlons Commission thus threatens to ho deadlocked at the mo ment when any biff economic question comes before It. In fact. It In virtually deadlocked to-dny over...

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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