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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND ttEW YORK WEiTlAljD, STTNDffY, MARCH 21, Atjiealjwtate ClIY REAL ESTATE. CITY REAL ESTATE. CITY REAL ESTATE. CITY REAL ESTATE. CITY REAL ESTATE. IVnklilnlon Ilelxht. Above lMUi St." West, ot 8lh At. Cl REAL ESTATE. iboff Hth Bt. 3lh At. to East HUer. I Abc.-o MUi Ht. .1th A v. lo Kisl Mxtr. t Aboir OOlh HU Jtli At. lo North Mm. Aborn SOIIi 81. Mil At. to North Itlvrr. Wnshlnrton Heights, Alxire KJth fit. Waahtniton HelghU, Abore lUth 5U Weat of Sth At. Writ ot 8th At. The East 75th COLONY of MODERATE PRICED PRIVATE HOUSES A now residential colony is being formed in ' tlio Lenox Ilil Section. The block h con trolled by a pronp who intend to restrict its development to n high class dwelling centre. The houses arc being resold for alteration and aro Offered at. Moderate Prices, $2o,000 to $30,000 Imr fctorlrs, 1 to 20 fr., cowl rears. HctTvccn Lav InKton nndt Thin! Avenues. A mifflflcnt number Iihvc been r-olti to insure the hucccss of the enter prise. Karly pofbcusion. App...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

CITY REAL ESTATE. .irou.li of llanhatUn .Mlrn. For Sale WITH POSSESSION 40th St .9 & 11 East. Nenr Cth Ave. Yale & Towne Building 12 otory store & offico Wdg, a!ze noxtlj.O, 3osscRlon of store, basement & 5 floors May 1st. 156 West End Av. Northeast cor. CTth st, 5 story A- biuiemetit lienvyV.onPtnictloii, electric elevators, NPI'lu-lorcd Mian iSslvn.!. PodBt'ssJon onttrc ol'tltf .May. Vj2L S.E.Cor.B'way &6Sth St. 1.KM Broadway. 3. story, SC-lOOx iiTeffulur. VouHCwlon Slay 1st. 24th St., 27 East. Bet. 4ttt .V MailWon s-stury bniidinK, sovin. Il'HSW)ll Avas. Pos- 22d St., 22 East. Bet. ll'dwa uml Itti Av.. .-i-htory loft lniil'llnp, m efiulppc-d with lurfio flrftliroof viiultH. Immediate pulKn!on. 19th Si., 39 East S-ntorv iom find loft liuiMln.tr. slzi! f'oifJi"n 1 tiMm bill?. Feb Int. 1121. 17th St., 35 West 1 1 it,ii- aire., -lint 'nfl Inlllilir.T. size ,"'H10ii I'oiftifntnu .'titlro ! blUK. I'd' let, 1321. 78 Fifth Av. Adjoining ' or. ' Ith St. 10-t-tory ImiMl...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE STHST AND OTW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. CITY REAL ESTATE. I REAL ESTATE-OUT OF CITY. ! REAL ESTATEOUT OF CITY. REAL ESTATE-OUT OF CITY. REAL ESTATE-OUT OF CITY. 1 REAUSJAJTE CITY REAL ESTATE. Buwufili of Quem S&le or Bent. Borough of Queens Salt or Bent Lonf blind Siln or Rent Lonjr Island We or Rent. Long liland Sale or Rent. Long Island Salo or Rent. Long1 Island Snla or Bent. VJtAVA CRYDER POINT PARK IDEAL HOMES IN, FLUSHING 7 ef Tkem Ready April 1st Prices $10,500 to $12,606. 1 M , TIr.K.3. -s&e .rolllv. " nSS ir ri'U I- V 4 . J.K B Lonfliland I ill 1 --tiiTri 1 is"M tisstf. ta m ivi ."-jurat.. iKwr , mimattm. 16 Minutei from Pcnn. Terminal Kr Gardens is the most drltehtful place in all our MilmrlM to lire and thr safest investravnt. Present Prices Remain in Effect Until March 31st. IUmsp; Xotv Ituililitig IIoiimh No.v Iter.dy House Ktillt oi Order EDGF.WRTH SMITH, Inc. vjl! 3 lijeuts 1 West 34th St., N. Y. Office at Kcw Gardens 1 m I f..Jmoiul IHIl mi A J...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

r Lonp Itiland Sale or Kent. Solve Your Rent Problem ! :cta Buy n home in The New Home Colony riMeenMlntitc- from (Irand Centra'. .Sunnily Station. Ftio Cent l'aro. 100 Aerea Under Development. Adjoining the New CO Aire Alllllim Dollar Wat"" Front Park. I Fix 100 Homes Now Htilldlns Trice StC.OXW to nn.ooo. r HILLCREST PARK RESTRICTED For Immediate Occupancy Four Large Homes, Choice Locations, $17,500 TO $27,500 FOR APRIL IS, Four 7 to 10 Room Houses, $11,000 TO $17,000 Tfc above hoiuea cannot bo duplicated for 20-25 increase. Special Proposal Private Construction On account of high cost of new construction, we have been forced to reduce price on fuily improved plots to considerable , below appraised value. ror limited number of plot purchasers we will erect homes on their special plans at cozt plus 107c-total price not to ex ceed stipulated sum. Vor Furtlcul'xrs apply HOME LAWN CREST REALTY. CORr.. PROPERTY OFFICE , HilMde At., Jamaica, mv. l.L.rU. hcvond Monument. Phone 1309 Jamul...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

4-:j.rt'jttS-,vci..te i.-.-jr-j." . THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. 8 REAL ESTATEOUT OF CITY. REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY, j REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY, j REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY, j REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY. REAl , ESTATE-OOT OF CITY. New Jersey- Salt, or Rent. Now JerteySale or Rent. Now Jerwy Sal or Eont. New Joracy Salp or Rent. New Jeraey Snlo or Rent. MONTCLAIR! MONTCLAIR! nkw york crrrs leading suburb. TOiBTtoiv soles1 dhhunt. built . .ON TUB BA8TERLY SLOPE Olf TOD HILLSIDE. lOI'ULA.TIaV 00,009. FOR RENTAL ffnrplsbed, from Juno to October; 12 rooms. S orfi bathrooms; la.-Ku leraiidan; groundi. Per month., sj-u" rnmlihrt. for year: residence. J2 rooms, 2 batb. CM iwin room; csrate. l' annua. .. .J,UVU 20 000 Mm ton'. W rooms, mi : located. Pomesiiloa Msjr 1. $26 f! fldft Residence, U niotns and I u,vuv wituatc.1 convenient to Po-avtsioa May 1, $( 000 A w Villa; handsome rt'trce-and-frarns rent. . 1 , dem-r, 12 rooms. .1 bathrooms, 5 bedrooms on stsrond floor! ilnin...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. TO REAL ESTAJ1-U REAL ESTATEOUT OF CITY. REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY. I REAL ESTATE-OUT OF CITY. REAL ESTATE-OUT OF CITY. REAljJSTO Woatclicster Salo or Bent. Weatchester Sale or Bent. Westchester Sale or Bent Westchester Sale or Bent, Westcbeater Sale or Rent. Wwtehesler Stio or Rent. "Westchester Salo or Bent. 'GEORGE Westchester Estates. Farms 3ResideiKS OK.NTI.KHAVS I'VKM. lKK MOHftiAN. PP.KKisKliA. P.ireptlonul Opportunity. This farm Is elluarod In n rplendld pelirhhorliod for such a rmperir. It Is eiofllpnily igM out and contains. 12 acres ntlnnd In hl;li ttato of ciiltltotlon, There re 4 larse tlrpam. Iirse concrete swim mlos pool, and sr.natl unlorfall on th property. The main resJdcn'-e ft In nrll from the roar, anitais of Colonial ml, Abms the hlihuarla cut f'nnp will. Thn tmtiti(lJ;itinn ihp r.sldrnpc nd h road are , it nut In formal par ilrtm ami arp of eicopilonal beauty. Tho bruise nag reeenllr remodelled an J is In the...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

II 1 REJTAOUT OF CIW. Wettchaiter Sale of Rent. REAL ESTATE-OUT OF CITY. VYeiUheiter Sale or Rent. REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY. Waitcheiter Sale or Rent. RE AL ESTATE-OUT ; OF CjJY WestcheBtor Sale or Eent. REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY Wentohonter Balo or Rent. Westchester 5alo or Rent. Wnitcheitej Sale or Rent THE SOT 'AWD NEW YORK HEUALP, SUNDAY, fllARCH 31, 1920. j FARLEY ORGANIZATION BULLETIN To Mr. .Apartment Dweller: I your rental boost amine May I or Oc tober t? In either ceie why not Ret ready .Now' "vr ,har country hgmeJ Wall It be the cramped murlcrn or a city apart meat at an eiorpltatit fftal or jour own 'beau Jlful hotne at n cost fur I'M than your rental J Cash nruwl to your rental for one year will be enough , lo win a home lo which you will be happy and jiroiid. Ihcy are coins fast, but we still hare hundreds, of choice selections. Our slarr of eiperts anil great equipment ore at your disposal. 1( you are willing to let us serve you vre wilt send on application our monthly Il...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

12 THE SUN" AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1020. REAL ESTATEOUT OF CITY. r, , Westchester Sale or Rent. KlSC Horns, l.jth. 7,'it'JIO. Willi ir.imci. Khllortnn st., NW (tocliellc. near tilrli chi)t. iiviuni ',lnl iiuviicuc, near nijiu m;m.i, i aw WTKINMBTZ. 1,005 lint IHOtli, , P( BEVliN, iuin7huTw n"jl' fiiiiitvirmviit c" .flM. M . wmii ml isugiiiu: il,(.(Vi: rKs.v,WluiK-. nA', t. fllk Vpf .TP.V, room tout. ti tulbn. Iw'tTwater licit! & iJ 'Jf xtrug: on -Sound; bathing jirlvllciri! forty ?2 REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY. I REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY. REAL ESTATE-OUT OF CITY. mlunteu fnun Itrrtihl rVntrnt. tirl S17.IMH1: Tw sviulcm October. T. It., 131 Hun-Herald, Herald square, T TilliEE four itorjr brlclrteiienienlsTeoId water: tlx furulllCH n nd stores nu'ti; mortgage 21.000: rents t.VTOO? Sl!i.U00 ca.b. Address r-RINHI'AL. IT Mnytow nv.. Lnn'linwnt. X. V.' YONKER8 (HouthL frnma house In excel-i lent condition, 10 rooms, Including .1 In, attio tnuisneu), ovcriooKjni: vnn cortla...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

y . . ' j -r . 7 . ' Society and Its Interests Fashions H J&tm AND NEW YORK HERALD gasgMg ' SECTION 4 10 Pages NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARClk 21, 1920. Copyright, 1020, ty Tho Sun-ltcrald Corporation. SOCIETY DEVOTES DAYS AND WEEKS TQ RAISING MONEY FOR CHARITY .s.- Young Women Operate Tea Garden for Loyalty League and Navy Club Other Under takings to Follow. NOT inappropriately soma of. (ho young women of society might ho called money makers, for turn tlielr ability to what they will for charity, they are nlwuys successful, nnd in ninny instances practi cally coin money. Several of tho prettiest and most prominent girls. of the younger set , donned caps and nprons last week and served ns waitresses In the tea room nt thn International Flower Show In tho Grand Central 1'ahico, under the auspices of tho Allied l-iilty League. Knch day was a day of one of the Allies, the United States leading on Monday, and tho colors of the (countries represented appeared not only in tho on tho costumes...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. WOMEN'S CLUBS ARRANGING BRILLIANT EVENTS FOR SPRING SEASON Continued Irani rreieillng PW rtvcii there on Monday evening by the llov. nichard H. Tleniey, S. J. ' . About the first of piy, according to Information Just received by Mrs. John Lewis (Jrlfflths, chairman of the book committee urt war relief, tho Urst of tho children's reading rouniH In tho war zeucs In Knrope, tho glfls of American oilldren to chf'drcn who hnje suffered most during the war, will bo opened In llnwsols, UelKium, nml Ulcrnnrourt, France. The first shipment of books already Iiiih arrived In Brussels, m.d the authorities have supplied a room and the services nf the librarian. The book committee Rive tho books nnd com plete furnlshlnKH. Hilrgoinastcr Mnx of Ilruscl, and Urand Whltlock, the Amorlcnn Ambnrsadnr, are In charge of t!tf' HelKlau committee's work. These rending rooms have been Riven n pretty nnd deseilptlve name, according to Mrs. Griffiths' announ...

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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

, 4 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. 5 WHAT WELL DRESSED WOMEN WEAR By ANNE RITTENHOUSE. QUEBIl tilings aro Balllnb over tlio horizon Uiat nro called lints. Thero used to lio a my lntf that whatever wn eccen tric, shapeless nnd worn on ft woman's head was "wnHhod In with tlio title." Ono could rovrve that old scasldo )m portlnenco as a criticism of much that tlio milliners offer today. Thoso of us who have lived, struc Blcd and rebelled at tho bitter winter that somo freak of naturo throw upon us let It bo tho planets, If tho astrol ogers wish, for It Is wen to put It off on somethlnff that can't answer back Jjavo reason to bo cordially grateful to tho milliners, no matter what liberties they took with their wares. Why? Any woman who has lived through months of slush and lco can Klvo tho answer. It Is this: They filled their windows with theso gay i Bpanon, and all tho vast fabrlo of In Mated prices, of currency valuation may fade out as a rainbow vanishes Into t...

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

.1 4 4 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920, NEWS AND REVIEWS OF SHOWS OF THE WEEK IN THE WORLD OF ART r x e Soch'f.v of Tiulopondciif. Artists Provides n School for Critics. THK Society Artists is koIi way. 1 1 Is a By HENRY McBRIDE. (if Independent i KOlnif upon Its merry ciw of l-.iiKh and tho world laugh with you! They tell ino that upon tho openliik' nlnht tho ;jccltwnent 1'iiuiilled that of tho Theila Bnra premiere, and that the corrldoru tit tho Waldorf-Astoria wero Jammed modern society, like much else, that Is modern, revertiea tho usual procedure; It provides a school for crltlcH, nnd aJ Iowa art students to eacupo whoollnif, Like tho "people," I enjoy the In dependent art more than any other that I comti In contact with throuch out the year, but as u critic I nm freo to contend that I am nlwaya complete by battled by tho exhibition. To Bavo my llfo X cannot tako a learned atti tude In regard to It. I caunot see what It Is leading to, or even gauge from It w...

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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH T!t 1920. i The Greatest Sporting Goods Store in the World Madison Avenue and 45th St., New York Troot and Tweeds MISS P Tfe " ZIEGFELD O O'CLOCK REVUE1' Aew Amsterdam Roof Are Stage and Cinema Art's Siamese Twins? By LAWRENCE REAMER. It. is 1101 Jlattorins to national pride that a piny by a native author dealing with ono of the great llguros of American history should have been rejected nfter n brief hearing while nn Englishman's drama ot the life of n later hero is still In the hish tide of Its success The scene I'ercy Mncknyc's "Washington" are the shrines of American history. Mount Vernon, the Delaware, at Trenton, Valley Torse and Yorktown these holy to the American patriot, especially when the dominating figure of George Washington looms against their sacred background. Could an American playwright, with the assistance of other arts thnt serve the ' theatre, fail to interest his countrymen in this theme? ' Evidenly Mr. Mackaye was er....

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

4 THE 3UN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21. 1920. n T cM w' In Dl ( r v e Opera m Single Act and Other Music on the Motion Picture Programmes 1 Loavltt wroto the book, Lorenz Sf. Ilnrt the lyrics and Richard C. Rogers the ncoro. The play is said to be a satirical musical comedy. "Buck" O'Connor linn the Icadlner fern Inlno part and B. L. Taylor Is leading man. iiaiph uuniter lias been nsslstod In tlio coaching by Herbert Fields, son of Low Fields. Tho show will bo pre sented In the Hotel Aator on tho nights of March 24, 25, 20 and 27 and the afternoon of March 27, nd then will bo given In l'hlliidelphln, Washington and Baltimore. MARY ELltN COME a Co TOWN R...l to Fietro Floridin's "Pnolctta" to Ho' ironnl at the Capitol Film Novelties. Tv HEADWAY'S recognition of an r Italian composer, coming ajv proximately forty years after lie had written Ills llrst successful opera, is the belated reward to be ho llowed on l'ietio Florldla, when tho C'Aoitol Theatre offers to-day as a sup ...

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Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

I THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21,, 1920. MISS BLANCHE BATES GIVES ADVICE TO YOUNG PLAYERS AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS. . NEW YORK'S LEADING THEATRES AND SUCCESSES ,Tclls Graduate' Dramatic Stu dents Stage Rewards Are Not Easily Won. The mission of all sincere, hi lists of the stuKe wlio work and study unccas Irialy that tlio public may bis a little .iinukcj, a little encouraged and u little Inspired was voiced eloquently last week by Miss Hlancho Bates in an nddrcfs to tho graduutlnf; claps at the thlrly8lth commencement cxerclBCH of tho Ameri can Academy of Dramatic Arts', held nt tlia Lyceum Theatre. MUs Hates said; "We who love tho theatre feel that Itn wonder Is comlnc: Its truo llfo Is corn Ins. We have greater hopes for the theatre than we have had In the last twenty years. I'lid It la In your hands, In you, tho Ivlles of tho theatre, Just as wo of the world put our future In the bands of youth and sent It acrow those "...

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

,' 4 THE SUN -AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. - ( TSCHAIKOVSTS "EUGENE ONEGIN" A WAITS JUDGMENT AS OPERA HERE 8 a . Metropolitan Will Produce Work Known in Concert Form Concerts and Recitals on Week's Calendar. II W PrSCE .t?Ml ALA&8Jal IF. a ZXJKtrJ'&mWiM.WWfJiejmMtmZKteX ll IftHrtU v'.llltf;S.3afl II itiiii w . waiffi rm ... .. wsme; s...'f bks . i t ;y x3mp?'w9wwi i ,b MISS HELEN YORKE sK2T)Sr MF $S&WP , AWG RECITAL , AEOLIAN HALL. QfcSW WW B-! ifMOISEIWITSCH! By W. J. HENDERSON. WIIKN niPiiiory summons before her tlio august procession of famous masters, It MH'ins to liur that Father Much was the only eminent ono who tllil not produce an opera. A second search through the records will suffice to add the name of Chopin. Hut almost all the rest Jiiado one assault upon the fastenings of the stage door. Jinny succeeded In entering, only to sink helpless In the strange region, while others wandered aimlessly about and escaped with their honor, hut without gai...

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Page 61 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. 9 If i ir.j Coal Sixty-six Cents a Toji Sounds like a fairy tale, doesn't it? But a clever young American got the idea that he could har ness Old Sol and evolve a fuel that would make coal retail at less than a dollar a ton to compete with it. In describing the gradual perfecting of his invention HONORE WILLSIE, in her new novel, shows a sound knowledge of power engi neering. Quite aside from its unusual interest as a romance FORBIDDEN TRAIL Each Net$L7S is the aort of noyel that makes men think It la by tho author of THE HEART OF THE DESERT LYDIA OF THE PINES STILL JIM Each Net $1.75 1 443 Fourth Avo. FREDERICK A. STOKES COMPANY Nov York MARE NOSTRUM By BLASCO IBANEZ AUTHOR of: "The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse," "The Shadow of the Cathedral," "Blood and Sand," "La Bodega," etc. Each $1.90 "Mare Nostrum" is the romance of n sailor and Circe; of susceptibility and subtle temptation. "Marc Nostrum" is a thrilling drama of dishon...

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Page 62 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

4 THE SUN AND NEW -YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. Notes on Recent BooksiCosum DDance , 10 I Other New Fiction Mockery, the first novel of Alexander MncKarhin, a younK Scotchman, was published In this country a year ago, With an Inccnloiis t ot Idea tho meet Incr. mutual dccepilon and Dual mutual H'lf-rcohitlon of n man and a (,'lrl who wero constitutional pretenders ntul dods is of tho pointed factH of life It com luned a certain dcxreo of psychological KonwlcdRC, and It demonntruti'd tlio au thor'o ability to march a pet ot charac i tcrs tli'i lctiRth of a honk -at nn tin ' ,iiik,tfRC vnowsly drivlnB paio. Tho ' shortcomings of Mockery, which pre vented tho undent reviewer from nc. claiming Mr. MacFnrlan on the strength of it as warmly as ho could havo wished reduced to this tho conception was be yond the content. Wo now have Sir. MuoKnrlan's second effort, Ineptly entitled The Inscrutable Lovers (l)odd, Mend). Hero la a some what similar plot notion, even mora In- ' torestln...

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Page 63 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

I "r COAl C ZUv &fe San SECTION AND THE NEW YORK HERALD wit. - -r- Slfaf, -.4(1 TFv'l fWi..,! -til ' i .v , ,, ,rr.: r SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1020. , SIC ) ' ' . ' , ' ET THE. l FOUM& g , u I I . . A. . Ik.i v V . 4 JV) HIM rOK , a nickel V2 r TAKE HIM OUTl , A7 f VME DON'T VNAMTU OH MOFl! V IW Jm OU O.UHTA Sfct THE. UC MOM OUST UA HIM DovvJM AI4' HE VJENT RIHT TO SLEEP HES AS) ANMFUL 600D 0O6IE - n i mm V.- 1 V HE'D BETTER " w r "v. mi ' 1 1 St P IS THfvT ) ( lM MiLues fUP? ROOM J KLET V-UM KEEP THE. ' VOOW. ML1 I SMC. Nttu t WEV&R l(vl TD PVlNilM In HIM CAM HANiE FOR' THE HUKT VWATCWMAhtJ hiUtHM fcOO-HOO 6'.' ii ' .xftt l. .,. MPLL Konm HE BPVCF MV DD THE PUP BEHAVE NE V4 LAMP, TORE TOUA' CATCH AMT THE CAfcPEl,5To BURGLARS QiBBOM5' AMD YOU SHOULD SEETHE PAMO ETC. t IC. I !' .4 1 11 MALAWI II J I 23 2 I DO SI i 1 , , a v jt h

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Page 64 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD. SUNDAY, MARCn 21, 1020, PAGE TWO. T" y r. byThap badl&y (k W j A ifliUL " I off ifd ( - r ? , mMJIdSS- m well . m J . sejd you x little TTl 7 111 f - . f 3P"J hTT-i 1 RP9PV I II II IIIIMI II il WMVim RrDRySr I JL-"-" ' SJ7.Y ? 5UIIIIIMKV A l&fl I Jl V fcXf?! EFT . 1 ( y73n I iw 1 1 hiII 1 1 II 1 I ftSCl ft Ct . LET" RE fiSfaCi ft r" ' f ST)' 1 i foQ. QOO04ESS f I fl - ' TO In smell it nl Sffii6" 9 Pii M n saIout f i 1 i- 1 i I

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