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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUVW, MARCF 21, 1920. h 4 -4JU Very Uepanment i movaan. MCREERYS ANNUAL SPRING SALES jH TP, I. Captivating Modes in Women's Spring Tailleurs 69.50 regularly 95.00 Priced But a Trifle Above Cost To Us As a Contribution To Our Annual Spring Sales A trim and trig new Suit is the first essential to the Spring wardrobe. It is as necessary in Spring as Furs are in Winter. One just can't be suitably dressed in Springtime unless there is a chic Tailleur in one's wardrobe. Some models of exceeding style and beauty have been individually selected for this offering. They are hand-tailored of the finest quality Tricotine, lined with fancy Radium Silk. The fashionable Tuxedo collar is featured, as well as modish notched-collar effects. Belts and pockets are treated in unusual ways and something approaching perfection is achieved in cut and finish. Navy Blue and Black. Other models from 69.50 to 295.00 'Fou'th Flaw Just Arrived! Porto Rican Undergarments Exquisitely E...

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. — 21 March 1920

f i J, i ''t i.5 It S Hi 1, MERE MAN TO HAVE THE" -SUN AND NEW YOfiK HERALD SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1930, Custom Tailors Will Toll Him Just What ire Can Wcni? TJiis Spring. IOOSKH COATS PHO.MISED Also There Willlie Three llul ions Cuffoil Trousers Still to Do Correct. acheme, younc America who rrjahea to wear a mopaphono suit will not bo In favor with tho dictators of "tlio cor rect." Subdued colors will bo tho voeno ami designs of detonatlntr patterns will bo strictly on tho "outside." But to tlio wearer of tho Unlit sprlim overcoat much lias been emitted. H vll bo shapely In front with a full box bask and no vont. Tliero will bo tho popular patch pocltcts of circular style, whllo tho general trend will bo for Hunt colors. ' Moro than' a hundred models Trill be displayed nt tho show mid introduced to tho fxperts. Charles M. Taylor, chairman, has provided for a thorough display of fashions which will be America's law this year. Tho officers of tho club am W. t Xorrls, president! I.co aiai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, 21, 1920. J JACOBY ACCUSED OF DEFRAUDING WOMAN riiys'ieiiMi's Associate Also In i volvcd in Mortgago Dcnl "Witli Serena Wronkow. RUB IS IX AX ASYLUM Said (o JIuvc Satisfied Two Mortgages Willi out Itcceiv ing Any Satisfaction. Pr. Ocorffo W. Jacoby, noted alienist, i f.na lil.s ftdsoclatp, Dr. J. Ralph Jacoby, tuili olIU'i.s nt II Went Seveiity-Hccond frret, mo charged with fraud In an i tnn (11 "il ycMurdny In tht Supremo f'n.irt. KiMinrth Slott, assistant engineer for t'i Tranit construction Commissioner, an! tlio Unlteil States Trust Company, m committee of Mrc. Serena Wronkow, . 1 1 of Mr. Mott, havo :is!;m1 tho court t" enjoin tlio two doctors from disposing HI .t f v3,000 r,iorti?aiTO and $30,000 In i it.li which tho Clifford Park Realty tfompary, of wiileli tho physicians uro nr. ndnnt and secretary rctpcctlvcly, rc- (! rci-r.tly from tlio Missionary Po. . .! of tlm Sllfjl.m C'on(,re;atlo:i for l, I- ' ile of land In Wenohoster county, "'f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

4 THE SUN 'AND NEW YOfiK HERALU SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 193Q 1 ill III 7? Lcs Chapeaux Charmant. , . .5.77 Hern specialized prfco for thejo half of neweit ffihipn ynlu'o o diitcllyp ht . no ether ore ia the city c a mnd uch quality, aifortnent mnd mode. STORE OPEN 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. HE ARM Household Gopds May be purchied to beit advantage in our enlarged partmqnt, near Returant, TWrd Flofcr. L'Xi'i'iiiiii i I mi I'ourtetnth Strut "Weit or Firth Avnu SEE OUR FULL PAGE "" FASHION ADVERTISEMENT IN GRAVURE SECTION 18TH GREAT SPRING SALE SECOND ECONOMIES for EVERYONE Easter Apparel and New Spring Merchandise Speqial Values, Representating Every Department in the Store WEEK SEE OUR FULL PAGE FASHION ADVERTISEMENT IN GRAVURE SECTION f i v 1 ft 1 I 1 Newest Tricotine Suits To Welcome Eastertide Suits of navy blue Tricotine are the essence qf smart suitdom for Springtime. Many new models differing widely in charm and effect, b,t united in distinction, fine tailoi jng and moder ate price, centre th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY. MARCH 21. 1920. i BOARDWALK HOTELS FILLING FOR EASTER Jinny New York Folk Have . Secured Accommodations Over tlio Holidays. JIOADS TO HE BBAUTIPJ'BD Will Ho Tut in Shnno for 3o torisis Suffciwllfto.m llto . "Winter's Severity s Atlantic Crrr, March 20. County nutliorltlfs nro jircpnrlnc to make- the fiadH Icadlnc to tills city attractive for pi . orlstH who will drive- here from New y.rk. Philadelphia, "WnBhlngton nntl o' ier comparatively nearby cities for th faster period. Tlio highways at r,,m polnta arc In toil condition as a r. nit of tho winter snows and elect TIiito always Is a largo assembly of a'liomoblllsta liero at Easter. Many of the larger hotclu liavo booked t . capacity for tho Easter days. Others Mil have- arrived at tho limit of their '$ I'limmodatlons In tho next week. Side ,,nu hotels that wcro closed during t,,o winter nro arranging to reopen. Am-nus them Is the Ixrralne, which .,:ri'.i(ty has a great number of reserva- t hum ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

. ? THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. 10 1: SPRING IS HERE, BUT WINTER HOLDS FORT Jf Two Bltf Storms Mohave Sunshine 3Iiy Urijrhie'n the Citv This Afluriioon. mCK UK Kit OOAT 3I1SSED Forccaslor Scan- Sure Vernal' Season Will lie Well Art- uncoil ly .lime. At vJMo!y one minute tvfore r r'clocl; yesterday nfti-rnocn Forecaster .Mm Suarr of the United Sir. tea Weather Hiireau took un ft position at otio of the broad t-outh windows of hl,i "wer nt 17 liatterj' Jla' " nil looked out In the di scctlon of New York Hay. He could not see the bay, for It was FhroviJed In fog nd 1I utitli'cl Itself onh- by this uhUtle blasts of tucs and ferrvboats. A Vicious, drying rain f.voit past tho point of observation which Mr. teAV occupied, .iid then, he lore his ces, It turned to snow. Ills blow clouded. Long experience In weather reading advised him that tbla meant that tho tlu-rmomc'ei would ag 1o tho frczin? ioint bcfo.o midnight. Spring had ionie. Hut Mr. .yearr In nothing If no...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

mrtn ottxt A xtr Mmr VABV TJTP.PAT.T1 CTTKfTI AV MinPH 9 Xrllll DUlN L1J IWIV UUiknui; UfJlWii. J. juiiivun. CAPITAL QUITS HYLAN IN RENT PROFITEER WAR $100,000,000 Loan Impossi ble in Face of Aiiti llcnt Laws. WOULD HOUT INVESTOR Ileal Kstntc Men Vainly Urged Legislators to ?e' Moderate. Ileal estate and financial Interests, It was learned yesterday through re li.iblo sources, have, practically with drawn their support from Mayor Hy lan's 100,000,000 bulldim? campaign. In the face- of the apparent certainty that tho Legislature will pass a drastic programme, of so-called- anti-rent nrotlteerlnB bills these Interests seo a cmeral exodus of investors from the UMi'kft. and thorcforo feel that they aro rot in a position to promise financial ipport to an intensive building cam- i-aiBii. A general atmosphere of gloon . said to prevail in real estate circles, .mil predictions aro made that the '"'iildlnu deadlock, in spito of the Mayor's laudable efforts, will continue, indefinitely unless...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

ir t a tit .12 4 THE SUN AND NEW YOR& HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. i 5 1 ' :1 PORTER GIVES BAIL; E t DENIES COPS' TALEJ Deposed Police Deputy Says Ir is Vieliin of Frame-Up liv Vice Crusaders. WlTNIvSSKS ATTACKED .lniisp Wadliams Is Quoted ns Snyinpr One Detective Was Guilt v in Girl's Case. hams to wrath nsalnst Patrolman licclwrlglit was that of Emily Hon- m. flho and another Klrl wcro ar rested toy Wheelwright and his partner, Sorscr, tho preeent accusora or -oi. I'orter. Mairlatrato Kranela Xavlcr Manruso adJudeed tho drln RUllty of vacancy. Kmlly Hoffman tooic an ap peal. The testimony wan that Wheel wrlsht and Horgcr met the Klrlii. ac companied them to Jlealy'a Ilestatirant, Uroadway tuid Sl.xty-al.xth tttrnet, drank and danced with them until 3 :30 A. M accompanied Item to tho Klrls' apart ment and arrested them when, tho po llccncn raid, they offered to vlolatn the tenement hoiiko act. On I-Vliruary 11 Jtio'pu Wadhamu directed that Miss Hofliran bo dlscJiarsed. Wad h...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

'OUTLAW SOCIALIST PARTY, IS DEMAND, i Mnjorily oi)ort Will Prescribe Laws Mnlihitf This Possible. f Tiir Si.v ,nd Xbw Tons Hkiuld av, Mureli 20, The majority "ii l. now bolnp written In tho e.ieo flv Socialist Assemblymen who i, icfl :or disloyalty to the State and i After ilelllicratlnc moro than a ovvr the ovlilenco I.oula Martin, iman of tho Judiciary Committee, ; in inir tho flrat draft of tho opln 1 lio expectation In tho rniiltnl Is i. ' rnuinimmdiillon of tho majority j n about as followm ,v tlio SoiMallst party by preiscrlb. n which v. Ill put, tho parly out of i , t ha no Socialist Assemblymen , ,- "t their loyalty to their party ; ,, which aro held to bo Inimical ;i. .inU ' ill bo a minority repart. Ifbw, , , will slfc'r It Is entirely u matter of ArjrU. Olio such report has been on'j tiled with tho committee, It s u. kr.'nod. AsBomblyman Kvinw Is j ,. i d to b its author. He was against , u il from tho pturt. j i 1 1 minority report is bclloved to ! ml that tho llvo ARsem...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

14 H 4 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. INTRODUCES CORRECT PARIS STYLE Hats that are worn in Paris Lace Hats Dress Hats Walking Hats Tailored Hats Afternoon Hats Gownsthat are worn in Paris Dinner Gowns Evening Gowns -Afternoon Dresses Tailored Dresses Sport Suits "VVrapS that are worn in Paris Lace Wraps Evening Wraps Walking Coats Motor Coats Sport Coats Personally selected in Paris by Mr. Charles C. Kurzman IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH'. "America's Leading Furriers" Established 1863 Easter Furs of Unusual Beauty SCARFS which add the finishing charm to the smartest Easter costume useful throughout the Spring and Summer the standards of the world for quality of fur and cor rectness of style. Sable Scarfs in Great Variety Silver, Cross and Blue Foxes Fishers and Martens of Finest Quality The H. Jaeckel 8s Sons collection of these smaller fun. is characterized by the same expert ness of selection and manufacture ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

Lakewood Would Take Place Among Summer Resorts The Laurel in tho Pines to He Kep.t Open All Year Social News. ,' Ukewood, N. J.i March 20. The Lau- ,,1 In the, Plriri unnoticed that It Will .uiln .ruin nil nmiimor. -which mcnPft ! ,i . mniiM ,,at.I,;,wood h.aa fair to tako a pl. .iinong summer ns well as winter resorts, s-Avcral of tho smaller hotels In tho InBt ' four years havo Itcpt open durlnff tho , . . ,,..' ummer and hail unusual success. How ever, none of the larger hotels was will- tin. In nl.-n tlin "nluliffe" Until HOW. Prank . Slmte, for year manager of !Uo Laurel In the Pines, announced "tho . ,I,A ' wholo year round" volley. Already a htoro or moro of tho regular patrons have signified their intention of remain lug for the summer. Deputy Police Commissioner Ellen vorady and Miss Holea O'Grndy of New York were hero for the St Patrick's Day . elobratlon at tho Florence In tho Plnos. Mr. Comllus Vunderbllt, Jr., is at tha Laurel in tho Pines recuperating after influenza. ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

16 SHOWS COURT HOW CHEATS WIN AT STDD Victim of last Card Artist Heads 51 of 52 Cards From Back. PALLS DOWN OX A DEUCE ICrohnbcrgr, Accused of S350,- 000 Cleanup in Friendly Games Is Undisturbed. ' The buslu-ss of "reading" cards by . peculiar Binding in the design on tho Jmcl! was demonstrated to perfection yesterday beforo Justice Kernochan In tr.o Court of Special Sessions. Jacob SI. Silverman, dress manufac turer, oi ISU Frestdent street, Brooklyn, who told tho court the exact denomlnv tlon of 51 cards In a. pack of S2 without looking nt tho faces, explained that It lind cost Win a pretty penny to acquire tho knowledge. Ho said that this particular pack wna ouo of those used by "Last Card Jxmls" Krohnberg, president of the Uijou Waist Company, In cleaning up omethlng like $350,000 at a series of Karnes with Joseph M. Schcnck, motion picture producer, and other associates. Tho only card on which the witness fell down In his Identification was a douce that ho 'had taken for a six ...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. 17 sot: CONGRESS GETS PLAN TO SETTLE LABOR DISPUTES 4 Industrial Conference Asks Acceptance of Collective 'Bargaining Principle, SHOP SYSTEM IS URGED .Report. Called Most Coinprc lionsivo Ever 3Jado on Con ditions in This Country. Fur ,; in 1 in: Srs ,vn Xrw Tor.K Herald. Washington, March 20. Acceptance pv American industry of tho principle r (ollci-tlvo bargaining, io bitterly contended for by organized labor, Is rec-I'-nmended by the Industrial Conference .illed by tho President to find a solu- oi of tho industrial problems of the nation. li.u conference, however, strongly recommends tho application of this prin 01 1 n uirough tho shop or plant system rv .uplovco representation," which has -. iii'terlv opposed by labor. It has ,, ..mrcd bv .1'ii'Be K. H. Gary and i , mdustri.il leaders, j it- final report, made public to i' t . (.iiiferencp outlines and asks . ivtddent and the- Congress to set . nmplfio system for tho settlemen...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

& 1 1 ll vf.'l mi i 18 'ANDERSON A 'COOTIE' GILLETT CONTENDS "Winner," Retorts Head of ' Ant f-Snloon Lnijruo in , Paper IJattlo Over Hum. "N AM AX INVESTIGATION MewspnpcrSaid o irnvc Fallen i Into Dry Trap Through f- 'Tlaii.ed" Letter. 1 The supply vt white p-hut wan reduced r aerially yertrrday m result tf the r ,n;ir!i:lb0 ImttlO bl'Mg wnRcll IncillCM- to -he hnuor nS1.l in the Legislature. J ntlrrly overlooking tho ho ;c.m! h.sues In- v .vtd, t.ie contestant!! ''re Uralnlng 1 . r voc-ibularle In their effort to find 1 n- names to call one another In their 1 Tfonal controversies. Colonel Hansom K. (Illicit. Ilepuh t m, of Columbia count: . who has been J' ghting for a moderate, l t bill, rent n letter to the Anstmlilymen character izes Anderson ns fi "pest and a j lij.ince a rootle on The body politic." J t.det.tOT cani" b.ieK with another letter 1 aul on Colonel illlb'tt nnd fnllowid t i' up ttlthnvitrloiI',:.,..ieUnn the New " Afl ricvwapeif. Hr1i wing Amlf i-Hon , ,n in-, ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

WmTflW AG DAIWDU REBUILDING WORLD THE SIJN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920, 19 'a fonfidenco Tlmt Clmvch Will Jfpct. Present Demands Is Expressed. yiKWS OF ATtCHBISirOP Other Notable CIcrffy Heard at Luncheon of National ltcpnbltcnn Club. Tho eleventh ficuson ot Saturday luncheons and non-partisan discussions lii-lil by the National Republican Club ' t osed eterday with a symposium upor, iho tlicmr. "Arc American IIoIIiIouh In fluences Equal to the Demands ot 1'rea- it Conditions?" The cpcaUers were tlm lit. Rev, T!ionu 1'. bailor. Bishop of Tennessee mid president of tho exocutlvo council t'. the Trotestunt Episcopal Church; lubbl Nathan Krana of the Central Syn ijtcgue of New York and tho Row Henry L". FosdlcK, D. D professor ot vc.actical tln-oloBv In Union Theological bemmarv. Anhbithop Patrick J. lluycs ot tho raihcl.c Church in it letter of regret wrote. "Thera has never been any r iRlitv world disturbance In hlntory mthout religion playing n momentous i ile e,tli"...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

20 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21. 1920. . DODGERS HANDCUFF THE YANKEES, 5 TO 1 "Winners. Are Livelier, 3Ioro AUTe.ssivo mid .More Confi ' den! in Tlieir A Hock. IM'TI! TW1CK ST HIKES OL'T HJiiIie" Turns on Mutant Van Who Calls II im a '1'ioce of flieese." II, WILLIAM II. HAW. :, ,ial ii Tiik St and Niw Vock Mcnim, '.Uri,.oswu.n. Kla., .Miircli 20. Wll r. rt Tfoblnwm f-ent out wimc more' pitch f to handcuff til" Vanltos natter to-tin- Tlio Ameiiciin I.cnguern Ravo a v,,H; exhibition in tli" aty-KlniT depart m nt niMl were beaten 7: .'.c third tri.e In huwmIoii by tlio livelier, morn h tcshKo ami moi'o cotitiilrnt Hrook ms who. alw aro In b.ntcr physical ii!m. Tlio fvn-fi wan n to 1. ami tlio "N.mkeea must. Imvc done a sood deal i . Rrt lino condition ly chains tlio Tlmsiklvn base lilts'. The TVhIbcm toro off fifteen slams of ailous dimension?. Some sharp and snappy woik van .inn by tlin Now Yorl; Inm-M. iartlcu 1.i i ly by lVv..ster, who threatens to be i .rno a crael...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, StfNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. 21 f rf GIANTS WIN FROM RED SOX BY 6 TO 4 r ill First Inning-, Each With a Triple. 1 when Frlrjcli atole home tfille the Sox were trying to run down Kelly between first and second. They didn't get him. However, Kelly soon nfterward was nipped stealing for the third out. In the last of the fifth, with one down. Poster tripled to centre, but the hit was I wasted, as Menoskiv was thrown out by I Krlsch and Hendryx smashed a ter.vflc Bnrns and Doyle Start Attack illntr to wh,ch alm09t carried tuo piicncr on ins icei. In the Hlxth inning Harrow changed his battery. Allan Itusscll. the former Van liee. going to the mound .luil DonIik- 1c- ! hlml the bat. McGraw followed suit with Hpblicll and Snyder. A triple to deep centre by Krlsch scored two runs for New York In tho eighth. Statz singled, was sacrificed along by Fletcher and Doylo walked. Kauft forced Doyle and then came Frltch with his three bagger. Krlsch scored, too, on Kelly's s...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE tfUiV AND NEW YORK HF-PALP, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. 4-4- SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD MT.VMSIIII', llXt'l HMOXS nnil TOURS, 20 STEAMSHIPS CROSSING OCEAN ARE EVENLY DIVIDED MEAMMIIPft. HXCntMONH mid TOllIt. hTNlM South America 07 STEAMSHIPS BOUND WEST SHOWN BY EVEN NUMBERS; STEAMSHIPS BOUND EAST SHOWN BY ODD NUMBERS. "Distances in nautical Vo.ssols Still Mcotiii Heavy Gales Despite Theoretical Ar rival of Spring. TUr balmy Influence of fprltifT. Just tulieri-rt In by calendar, probably will not b" frit on the steanifhln lanes until the bhiMrr of Mnrcli Is oxer. Incoming liners still H'iort iiIuiiBltiK tbrniigh l envy seas listied up by westcily Kales. AinnnK tin- noted voyiisern cominK tills nay lio have been knocked by I'apt. Neptune lire (Jeows C'nrpentlcr, heavy welRht champion of l'urope, and hh bride, ncarlng port aboard tlie 1'reneli liner Ua Saole (D 8), wlilili may be inoic than a day late because of ns .xaultlnK combers. The twenty f-hlps shown on the chart ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

4 f ft tt E 0 97 i. r if 21 Ft, . a ; nit 5 1 E tr. FEDERAL RESERVE BANK STATEMENT THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. 23 Win Vnm; Otlipr Discounts and Xct. Deposits Drop in Week. Si '(I f" Tim Sun ami New Yuim limit p. V.hiiixiiToN. March UO. Substantial liquidation of war pnpor, other discounts n't .it i i'ptfnio"H In connection with tlio ("tHiiipiion by lliu TiraHiiry of rcrtlfl. . ,iit h iiiii' m March IS and corresponding erhiiH..n m net dop6slts arc Indicated In :h. 1'idu.il Itescrvo Hoard's weekly bunk M.ileinenl, Issued at the close, of liuf.i" laM nUht. I'nMi reserves show SHIPPING NEWS. ( oiiliimal from I'icectUnii rage. Ins Hi tfi vhra afar trap rtVk. Ttiol Sailed !0th. itri Muscatine, Bueno Aires; Ifuuvr pm-tnlAt after atrlkbur. ItM Uirrt. I Andy iDutrh), KottenUm; l'lrmore. Halqn.rl; NHll'l-Dii-p vi-tci v. .ti, lrpt CUT lilrl. Hairr: Kimmith (Hr). Pamirs yncljt Kylpli. rarrylnJ lira Maryland .lelrj!atlc.n ! e'"T T fintt, I'lillnilclplila ami Healtlo; ir...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

if 24 -fv . THE SUN AND -NEW YORK HERALD, S UNSAY, MARCH 21, 1920. fa ilT11 1(11 N1WJJI 71 nl Ik JI KJJ KJJ KWVJi lift UA toll VJJ Vi'J IMillii MiA fofc Boslume 6a 1 -7 t mpmo """"" s 'lHc " 7W Weeks 'til Easter Really a very short time to decide upon all the details of the Easter costume, isn't it? Do you seek in your Easter costume, taillcur, distinctive in line and design? Do you want the suit, wrap or frock to have the irreproachable designed-and-made-for-you air? If you would have all of these combined in one, you have only to choose from our tasteful spring display of Fashions. The wide range of hats, small and large; of frocks that have individ uality; of suits unique and original in design, cannot fail to influence your choice of an Easter wardrobe. Not Forgetting Details A costume is only correct or complete if all its accessories are consistent and in harmony. So many things to consider! Yes, and neckwear is not the least of these details. Many of the new suits demand a ve...

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