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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

r Editorial Financial Sports Automobiles SECOND NEWS SECTION SIXTEEN PAGES. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD Personal GERMAN REVOLT AFFECTS WHOLE WORLD'S TRADE Tremendous Issues Depend t'pnn Outcome of Uplieuval In and Around Berlin. i;i llOPK UEOGTXO VOIf All) Fiimnciiil ConfiM'tMift'' Likely to n-iim' Out a IMnn for llnr torinff liootls. fC, , table Despatch to Tub Sun and New Y ihk Herald. Copyright, 1S, by Tan Sex vn New York Herald. U-adon, March 20. Germany's sud- (i. m rrolution has once moro brought i.. whole European economic system , ., state of flux. On the ultimate , , ,Tur of this German revolutionary , , . rii,-nt depends tremendous issues, : . ,.iv not confined to Germany, i i, in !i .iffect the entire commerce ,i I in.l'i-tiy of the world. ;, , many now Is receiving only half t p food normally required to keep tnc nation alive. That is regarded here as the main underlying factor of the revolution. But a revolution would not bring more food or raw materials into Germany. That ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

111 'US TO 1 ft,: 1 Tini it xfiimimrm m r dArwuuniui-LiDi m a- T 1TTTA A TV rtTTTirm it Tl I THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. VftDTW HTTOT POETS VMCE OF WALES A RARF SNAPSHOT. JlUUli "Uiu l viiiu, i . w w v s m i" n tt hi HEADS OLD HOSPITAL Great Tannic Held hi Tokio on 'Foundation Day' to Force Action. OPPOSITION NOT UNI University Stndonts Also Hold Demonstration to Keduco Cost of Living. - . i 1 T ITVV XOmAD AHTMD0 U-,mM PrsiVcncv of St. bPLVl HD1UH Uni1L(0 Bartholomew's in London. i " j Special Correspondence to Tim Sex nd Jt-w Ilobcrt ;inrns Wonld llnvo, T M " Prineo of llnno Hot ter as Teetotaller, Wales Is now president of the oldest She Declares. iminitnl in tho llritish Umpire. St. Har tholnmcw'H, Smlthneld, founded by tho King's Jester IleHoro In tho year 11 113. Tho Prineo was Installed with tho Isnmo simple und quaint ceremony that has prevailed for many years, ai mo welcoming of new president. Enter liiir the irrounds ho was welcomed ly . . ... .. . ...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

ilk at Vs of a cent r quart profit In 1918 Sheffield Farms delivered bottled milk to your door for one-eighth of a cent per quart profit. We delivered eight quarts to earn one cent. On our total sales, including milk, milk products, 180 retail stores, the manu facture and sale of ice, we retained as profit 2 and 54-100 cents out of each dollar you paid us. URING the past week you have been told by the newspapers quoting ine jji&ukju TTonlfh r.rvmmissioner) illUUl IIVJ1 ClllVl UIU iivmvii ' that the Sheffield Farms Company was conspir ing to restrict milk production, that we were guilty of profiteering in 1918 during the war, and that we were making abnormal profits by goug ing the poor consumers of New York City. These attacks on our company are not made in good faith. The men who make these state ments know that they are misleading. I know that they are untrue and unworthy of attention. Yet in deference to the thousands of customers who depend on our service, whose confidence w...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

illlE NEW YORK HERALD. J I FOl'NDHP lhaa-IMIS I fc rr. 7. ...TTTiw iiiatiuN. KrV it "a 'mui.." ',-.W int. pitvrart. ! ...f.r.xl'l-nt " TltherinKion, i-i-.-i.-i..- 1 "mTmtani rincKS. in Vev York , ,i.iiy, two. ' ," if:.; HTN.. .. ,, : MAIL SL'nffUm'TiO.N nn.im. !it of Mississippi qlt on. &IAILY only. J 0 :',J VL'NDVY only , ; it l'NIiA Y only. CnxuuU 6 00 3 ? ' r.ir nil lnillltn west t Ine Mississippi jllller t'' 1 . ' r dally or and Miuday edition. KOItl.HiN HATES. I1' ,....r. v tc nn il3.nl 12.40 i-t'N'DAY only I' J- . '" 'All rhprk", money orders. A'., to.uc tV ...d" nn..b'e to Tho Sun-Herald. Lunipeiin i.imiim. .Published In ParU every day In the ye", Price , in i'arls-25 centimes, dally und id Hpaius cutice. 40 AVENUE in: fPnforiiMtlon concerning B.lvcrtminjc rate" rr the Eumpean Edition m.iy bo obtained Jtom tho iiihIii Now Turk otlioe. I I The Amo.ine.l Press 1' exclusively en Iiiilfcl to the fr republication of .. .lea.!,. Im credited ... II nn' ..iherwlw. in Ilte.l In tl...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. CURB MARKET IS ACTIVE IN SPOTS THE LOCAL BANK STATEMENTS OTIS ELEVATOR SURPLUS UP. Trading1 Generally Is Quiet, lmt Several Oil Issues Are Firm. Tim Cuib market was featured yes tetany by a further lOiarp ndvanco In Cl.-wiand Automobile new stock, which ruse quickly nt tho openlnc, but In tho nrt few minutes reacted. Later an (i, live demand again developed and the tin k oiosfod 90, a new high. At that nt the old stock would be worth nbout j.miii, which nloo constitutes a new high. 'lho rvst of the market, although ft've In notH, showed llttlo life, nicro vcre reveral Unit Issues In tho list, par ti, i .arly In the oils, but the general trend was Irregular. General Asphalt (itivngthcnt'd toward the close, after Ih ii i: offered lower. Dominion Oil was in t.jnd demand throughout the session ami gaitx'd almost a point. Ti't.il sales and range of prices follow: INDUSTRIALS. , ' Anne 10.11 z-i !. i Ai'ln.1 i:plOi. ... S"5 1 v Am Hawai...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

Munds Rogers & Staclipole Members N. Y. Stock Exchange N. Y. Cotton Exchange Ch'cago Board of Trade 25 Broad St. Uptown Office 16 Van'Jerbilt Ave. Correspondence Invited We invite correspondence ' on Stock Market commit- nieni and all investment I subjects. Ficquent emavi:- j cal repoils issued and mailed gratis. j E. W. Warner & Co. ; J.ltat)llhd le.s7, CI.co;c I V V. Sloe.- fcVi.rnre Urot3n '' V- Cotton TrWtunje . , ' M'.cjt, IS'.tird el Trial . ! 33 New Street ( "fiTa ) New York I It .33! 44tn 1. j Wort. Jie. 4M St. j M(if(. Jie. M Court St., Dranchta M St. I MILLER & CO. lembirs New York Stock Exchange The 1920 Edition Trader's Companionj may now be obtained , 6t our main office EQUITABLE BUILDING 120 Broadway ( or at our branc'i offices ?f! ru in linn: s V ( or. 'Jilili Mr.. . i.oNt.u.m. itiii.i)r.(i X.I. "r. tjml Si A llnudway I NEW YORK FOREIGN BONDS Bremen BerKn Coblenz Cologne Danzig Dusseldorf Darmsladt Dresden Frankfort Hamburg Leipzig Munich Mains Mannheim j ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. PLAN TO FINANCE COPPER EXPORTS I r-rturH'. j AmCottonOil. ... ,,! AmTel.VTcl . Innje Producers and Others Al,,Tr' i Ami hrpadCo. Interested in Formation of Corporation. i .xrmouriti oironvi) i llethHterlCnrp.. .7 CAPITAL TO BE .1550,000,000 S"S?PRy t cntralArRlly 0 ! (MMtQKItiJolntH '.(.'.CASLHvt'o O yew Company Will Seek For eign Business Held Up ly Lack of Credit. UV.mucU no definite details or "ii , , iiiatlon Imve been announced, It uiied yesterday that practically rff proiluw n.l exporters of r-, allied metals arc Ir.tereftcrt In rmatlon of a mg nnnnce corporation, i j.jiiiciiri.i.iiit.r . hlill M to H? capmuiieu in. 'W'P'"' r.ately J50.000.000. Thnt organisation ; Mollnel'looCo. 7 vr.P. be made to take care ot the huge I MolinelMowlVi,. .7 foreign business which Is awaiting tho , SiS5i42bS:: I? rorrpanies ami is liem up only oy impossibility of obtaining satiRMriory redlt here to finance the needs ot tho .reign nations. It i...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

. 2' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. f WTTmhnal Indoor Tennis ChamtionshifiWon hv Miss Helene Pollak, Who Also Triumphsjn Doubles Final f wr vV 1 i " i - , MISS H. POLLAK f 'taS NATIONAL TENNIS TITLE Scores Over Miss Edith Sigourney in Indoor 0 Clnunpionsliip. 3IAIU) MESSED AT START ; Suiicrior Court Tactics Earn, ' 8-0, 0-2 Victory for New York Girl. Court generalship won tho nntlonnl n door tennis championship for MIm Helen relink at the Seventh Regiment Armory yesterday. Careful stroking. goo! JmlKment In tlic choice of Her shots itnd sharp nnglod dilves Hint wore tin usual for th-lr accuracy maike.1 her on hlblllon of court turtle against MUs Kdlth Slfiournry of Boston, who cave the winner n much harder tight than most critics had anticipated. The match ended In straight seta, 8-C, 6-1. but only a plucky rally on the part of the New York girl made that possible. Following the singles, MIm Pollak took the courts again In the doubles championship final and wit...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. Stuyvesant High School Wins Inter scholastic Indoor Track Meet Held Under Auspices of the Princeton Clu TEAM PRIZE FOR STUYVESANT BOYS MONSTER GAMES AT ATHENS NEXT YEAR Score Over More Than 1,000 Greeks to Celebrate Estal)- Young; Athletes nt Prince ton Club Games. JEHMAX DOUBLE VICTOR lishmenfc of Republic Among World Nations. FESTIVAL IX STADION c . Winners in Princeton Club Scholastic Games Defeats Schoolboy Stars in! 100th Anniversary of Indc- Both Half Mile and One BPiiiltuiPo TVnin Turks An- Mile Events. pliMir. T-pitts fn Nn Nnvlvnil. Tr. rk and field athletes of Stuyvesant High School domonrtrated In competition Another set of Olympic frames In the ranathcnlan Staillon at Athens, Greece, nt the annual games of tho Princeton , the ,,ilnB wnKo marWo structurc, and Club for high and preparatory school lm(,ouhte(1,y tll0 m03t wonderfu, athletic on the board floor of the Twenty-second monument on earth. Such Is the project m""1...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

"p" Titan IV 'IHl I I III li I ' jmUETajfaMjaUgiHCageSm life fr 10 Succeed Pitchers Will Find It Far Better to Be "Without Stuff To MOST SUBMARINE ! OF ALL IS MAYS! I Uliiiics His Prototype, With AVnrliop and McOinnit.v Also in rndcrhiuul (.roup. IRON JIKX OX DIAMOND 'Without Stuff Is Far lieUi'i- han Stuff Without Ton trol," Savs Mays Ily WILLIAM II . HA.VXA. Jackson-vii.i.k, Fla., Mnrch 20. Carl Mays Is the most underhanded of all underhanded pitchers. The Yankee star pitches from closer to the ground than nny who Invc employed this distinctive form of delivery. There have not been many. Tho numher has been very small compared to the number of pitcher.", and considering how effective this delivery has been. Mays. Joe Me'.ilnnlty anil Jack Warhop fre the th'e most noted nnderhanJ pitcher, of this era ' the tain- and the . 1 1 1 v on-i win1 eni'iloyed it ai a si -uly Hung, practically pitches nothing else M -liinnlt'' occasion.! Ily threw from overhand, lie used the overhand dellv- ...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, "MARCH 21, 1920. , i .-. -I. ' i i I, ... i....... , , kn New Rowing Policy for Princeton Carpentier s Ring Record Analyzed HARVARD SURE OF STRONG EIGHT Hills, N. J.; 6, Lewis McCraRK, New York city; 6, Robert Sedgwick, New York city; 4, Ted Olmsted, Harrisburir, I'a.; 3, James Burden, New York city! 2. Keith Kane, Newport, n. I.; bow, Capt, Wendell Davis, New York city; connwnln, Ned Pclrson, Salem. Carpentier' s Record as Heavy Not Impressive Jour Volcrans of Lnst Year Form Nucleus for Vnr sity Crew. " DR. SPAETH PLANS Held Jeannette Even in 15 Round Bout and Defeated Gunboat Smith on a Foul Frenchman May 1 NEW ROWING POLICY1 e Improved Since Bout with Smith- v I' KIM A I, IS PROMISING iir ciiAitr.rcs r. mathison. (liniMiii llns Effieienl Onrn iim'ii of Victorious Freshman Kiirlil to Call On. MT'PI ' T i r' avp Nr.w York Hr.iwn. JIiw?. March 20. Willi !. I'f four "11" men around t 1 1, i f oi l a vnrMty elslit liar cu iiik projects are bright, ...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

1 12 ENGLISH SETTERS IN FIELD TRIALS Xotert Junior nnfl Senior l)o?s to Start in Clul) Stakes nt Medford. OROl'NDS NEAR CAMPEX Show Dates HcnrrnnRPcl for Metropolitan Circuit New Importations. ny l-KANK p. noi.n. fine week from to-moiTow tlio nnnual flrlil trials nf the English Setter Club of Mnerlca ' I"?'" nt the c,b Wrou"'1" M Merlfvd. N. J hlol. In fifteen mllM from Camden There rc m main event o be run that Urn trial wl nrobahlv continue for five clays, and nil fovrrn f cun Aokh and hlrd nhootlnc will be wplroni" onlookers. Tlio members' Makes for dor wkelped on or after c.etnber 1. 1918. to bp owned nnd handled hv amatmur memWs of the rlub w the mitPtnndltur restricted and the. topnotch feature of the open to all conteeta til be the tlrst runnrnK of the JlflOO mmranteed surw. the owner of the winner to ulsn receive Iho Samuel 0 'Allen competitive trophy. Samuel (I Allen of New York and Ttnlph II Sifway of Ifnffalo will Jtldse the members' MakeH and I M. KshIk of Atlanta. Ha. a...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. 13 AMAZING MARKET : FOR AUTOMOBILES Expert Shows How Much More Hust Uo Done to Meet De'inniul. Where the Artist Comes In. T'.io United States, with 106,000,000 r-oj'le. has 7.602,000 automobiles one nr every fourteen persons. In the rest of tho world there are i 305.000,000 people owning a total of 717,000 automobiles or one for every IS2 persons, Tlio United States, with one-slxtecnth 1 e population of tho entire world, has t i times as many automobiles as the b.l.nico of tlio world. Tw ttartllnff facts are cited hy V ,ny W. Anderson, general sales iiwn nc i of tho Templar Motors Corporation, ( .vcland, In refuting a popular cx pn'Mlon that "tho point of saturation tsas been reached" In production of pas rvnser automobiles. 'This talk about tho point of satura tion belnjj reached Is a dream of the uninitiated," says Anderson, dean of America's automobile salos managers. 'Tho National Automobile Chamber of t .vnmeree estimates tha...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

MARCH 14 Ivo sedan model that they 'havo Bold In RESALE VALUE IS COST RECORDS 5II3S Alice Lloyd, the nctresa. 'riilH la tho third Columbia car that Miss Lloyd 1ms purchased, and It peak.i well for tho hervlco and plcasuro she has LEGAL POINTS FOR AUTOMOBILE OWNER JYImt !ln Law Savs About I'rolifbiHoii ami llic Motor Car. A World's Champion. havo Btudlcil theso rcmilta declare that Klcss & Acker, tho metropolitan ills irihulera of tho Columbia Six nutomo tno rackiiru .Motor car t:oimi"y ' 1nnA n n...lAn tt ttlA ILlltOIllOtl VO VITAL TO THE BUYER MEAN SAVINGS Industry by allowing what ran bo ac hllcH, havo on display In their showroom complished by tho uso or nccur.uu wt at ! Central 1'arlt AVcst a very auruci- derived from owninff cara oi ima maae. operating uj'ntems, Harry Houpt Explains How Important This Point Is to AH. Keeping Tabs on Unnniii'r Costs of Trucks Hcsnlts in Economics. THE SUN AND , rwr.-.! Park West a very attract- uertveu iru. n.. operating nystcnis," "- " - 1 ...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

18 The Porter Shows Power. IBM OTHER'FRANKLIN TYPES !1 THJj) SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920, n FOUR-PASSENGER ROAD STER A convenient, attractive tar. Comp t, yet having room for four. BROUGHAM A personal, en closed Franklin Car, intimate when used by two, commodious nhe.- carrying four. i ' j Dunns the recent itorm, when the surrounding country was mow bound and trains were not running regularly on Long Idand, the Porter c.-r, for which Morton W. Smith Company, 19 West Forty-fourth street are distributors, made regular trips. The accompanying photograph was snapped on the Jericho Turnpike, and shows the Porter ploughing through fourteen inches of snow at forty-eight miles an hour. GOODRICH COMPANY AID TO TOURISTS Its Travel and Transport 15u mm Furnishes Valuable In formation on Howls. I't.w arc tlio roads? 'I .1 qurntlon Iff asked hundreds of tli' - dill by owners of motor rars tii i npi't'iitors of trucks. The tmjorlty el n f :in-''i's nro similar to tills: "We id...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, JjgO. 16 IHtOOKLVN AIIVKnTISKMKNTft HYLAN EXAMINED IN ,$100,000 LIBEL SUIT i Quiz by Seliieffcliu Counsel Store Opens at 9 A. M. and Closes at 530 P. M. Telephone Main 6100 Every station on the East and West Side Subway Lines is an Entrance to A. & S., wirh its direct entrance from the Hoyt Street Subway Station, for a 5c Fare. NC. Suggests Effort to Estnb . lish Menace. ! ..nnmrv Anvr.nTiflKMENTfl. BJROKLYM HEAD COPELANO I KITE II Mayor Says Charges Therein s Were Eased on Jleporfc on j T'se of Narcotics. Sl.yorHyUnyMtcra.yln w Court submitted to examination as a primary to the trial of U t William J. Schieffelin, present of ScMeffelin Company. manvfcturer and dealers In draff, acalnn Mm. Tho plaintiff a.ks flo.W In mitigation of the damages ho received when the Mwr charsed that his company h'l dealt II lerally In habit forming drus". The 5Iaor nas examined In tho Brookbn court houso by Clarence M. Levis, chief of counsel for M. xM...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

I I (I(IM , ( 11(1 l'MI--(' ' " 't I, SECaiON 3. TWELVE PAGES. tm AND NEW YORK HER AT J) NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MAIj7-" O. goHrWiMMO, by ffte Bun-Herald Corporation. PRACTICAL SUGGESTION TO BETTER HOUSING CONDITIONS. PERSPECTIVE OF MODEL TENEMENT Pforttfor Tenement Hoof; Provides Large Rooms Usin Onlj; Small Lot Area. ftfthess-daya when tho housing short la acute and evory effort is being made, to lacreaso the rentable space, al! posnfblo manner of encouragement to due to those who have constructive ideas to offer and who are willing to devote their tune, energy and money toward provid ing additional living accommodations. The lack of co-operation between capital, labor, material manufacturers and deal ers are of coarse the stumbling blocks, and until this condition la straightened oat, bat llttlo can be accomplished. It to be hoped that theso differences will bo settled quickly so that conditions more nearly normal will once again maintain. So far as tho erection of the multi tenant hou...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

r THE SITX BP "fJYOUK HERALD, STTKT3AY, MAgCH 21. 1030. BUILDING OPERATIONS MngIN GATES AVENUE SECTION Hll III ir-: v . : aI 1 1 II i 5 " . LOOKING EAST TOWARDS BROADWAY from GATES AVENUE.. Projects Involve Erection of Theatres and Other Structures and Will Create a Centre Which Should Enhance Realty Values District Has Advantage of Splendid Transit Facilities. If only half of the contemplated con struction rumored for the soctlon sur rounding Broadway and Gates avenue, Brooklyn, Is carried to completion, this section of Brooklyn will undergo drastic and Important reconstruction. It will be come a theatre centre of Importance, and the added transit resulting for the new attractions should make it a desirable location for retail tradesmen. Two unconfirmed reports of great in terest to the tfction Is that the old Ben nett mansion, in the south side of Gates avenue. Just east of Broadway, with property abutting in Palmetto street, a total plottage of 160x20). and the block in the south...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

8 THE 'STjyT rATTO CTW YORK HER'ALT), STJCT'AY, WiXCB 2T, MM.' , 1 . 1 1 1 ' i . i kitv nrAi rcTATC I PITY REAL ESTATE. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. if i V 4 1 EoT.sDLT&UKD BRYAN L. KENNELLY -BTTTAN I KlSNNllLLY. INC, WILL. SELL AT AUCTION SPECIAL SALES DAY Tuesday, March 30th, 1920 lAClSo'cIocknoon, at the Eichunsc Salesroom, 14-.1G Vcacy St., N.t.O. To Close Out the Holdings of the JLOEWER REALTY CO. MANHATTAN 2 BRADHURST. AVE. Northeast Corner of 142d Street, 6 story tut wim ctorea. auw zi.ixti. 327 EAST 43D ST. 6 story teaemenL with storea; sli 28x100. 684 11TH AVE. Northeait Corner 49th St. 4 story ttnemeat. with 8tots alte 25tC9. BROOKLYN 597 MYRTLE AVE. Northwest Corner Taaffo Place, 4 story tenement, with ftoro; tire IfljTS. 185 THROOP AVE. Southeast Corner Park Av. S and 3 story tcocnirntr.; s'ro 23I100. 67 JAY STREET I ttory tenement. Tilth store; glza 23iS7. QUEENS 146 BOULEVARD, N. W. Cor. Wainwrisht Place, Rockawny Beach. 2 rlorr lofJ. with sto-ra...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

ti fit?.' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1020. 8 CITYREAJL .ESTATE. . Above 14th Kt. to Sttth St. (Incluslre). lHt stiver to North Wxrr. CITY REAL ESTATE. CITY REAL ESTATE. CITY REAL ESTATE. CITY REAL ESTATE. CITY REAL ESTATE. CITY REAL ESTATE. hw. . . -v - -v e vV 'VV. from Uatirry to 14th tit.. Inclusive. from lluttrrr lo 1(11 St.. Inclusive, A l.o vp lltli M. in 3'Jlli HI, (Inclusive), , AIoe llth St, tu Sflllt St. (Inclusive). East Jtlver lo North Itlver. Ku.t Utter tn Nurlh lllvcr. Auovr Mill St. In .101 li M. (liifliinUcl. Tjit HUrr to North IHr. Above I HI. ft. I Mil' (inclusive), ni.l Klwr ( "rlh KUer. !5ESSHESSHES5HESSHE5SHESS WESSHESSHESSHESSHEShHESh HESS BUILDING tfjj Fourth Avenue, S. W. Corner 26th St. I 70,000 sq. ft. fjfi I'osscxxfati I'obriid)'! J, 11)?. 1 lift' S0 Story Modern Buildlnii10 Merator.i -So ilamfat-turing, E ' " Itrokin Protected, TWO IMMEDIATE 329-31 FOURTH AV. Sizo 12 x 15 KOI I SALK or will l'n fur Line term on net barf. 38TH STREET I'...

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