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Page 85 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

TIT-' TF'tV-l. THE SUN 'AND NEW YORIC HEllALT), SUOTSY, MMlCH 91', 1020, - 1 - r- -- '""' ' i i i.. I, .1.. .,,1 - 'TO FACTORIES FOR SALE OR RENT. BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. " am FACTORIES WITH LAND for Expansion. Quick Possession. BROOKLYN.-;-??. o?Mtw. .! J.qulpiird with 1223 Ji. p. Milne, 250 )i. p. ; couvr, kii .errs ot him, too feet of utcr irom, iiwiih' iwucraso umiu all rlufi went i;f modern type: good help sri'tlnn; near Mnttmsh nv, cars aud l I, It. It. frclttn station. Sell for one-half value to iloc rstate. Scud for Illustrated circular. BROOKLYN M-mer Johnson and Nary DtWUllL.111. M runnlmr throtijju to llaj uioiiil ft.; near tManhuttmi lirldirc ap. pnmch ami Jay at. terminal; heavily eon- GtrllMu,! hrlL- fimtA.v I...II.II.. Vn ....A square feet Wilt rent separately. BROOKLYN.-S53SOO rrlnklfrf ; hum ceilings; largo amount of H0B0KEN."r""r !"t7 hutMtnc. sprlnk. lien .7. V.,,'?".1 ...

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

12 BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. Heroin... of llruoklvn. MiASH C0.00O reel. brick mill construction: lit llzbt flours; straw isiwcr plant; ceilings U to j-i test; excellent tocailou; iwsioss.on toga. LUDDICV, m Fulton l ll.ool.lyu. IlornuRh of ureii. LARGE STORE, Jncknoii av. and fltli st., .Long Island City : fnc ing two Mtrncti; fi.f0o square tret, .MOWNi: MGnlCNHO.V, 101 Westilltli it.; ..'Hli-Uree Icy. RAIUIAIN Dullness property at sta. tlon ou Cotitfnental nr., Forest Mils, I.. 1.; tm stores, two apartments: on May 1 i Incomo should be I ft per cent; only 4.1,1)0(4 ensli required; Immediate ihcs slun, l'urltivr Infuriiutloii glieu iCu-rmlno buyers only. .Mcllllill, 201 Westilltli st, Connecticut. v TO let 32 miles out. on Roston Post raid, itoro on corner with Isrgo old fashioned house attached; wonderful stand for antique ahop, tea room or len cream. Write or 'phono K. li. NEWMAN. Cus Col), Coon. Tel. 1120M Urccnwlcb, Other Cities. BUILDINGS FOR FACTORIES, with twitch! main line Tri...

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Page 87 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

Se Sun AND THE NEWTORK HERALI SECTION SEVEN NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. 1920' corporation. EIGHT PAGES. America's Duty in Near East Problem J Tie three successive Ambassadors and Ministers Plenipotentiary of the United States to Turkey may be con sidered the best informed citizens of this republic on matters connected with the recent history of the Ottoman Em pire. Their opinions and suggestions, expressed herewith, of ways of relief from the evils that this sovereignty has perpetrated on its subject nations are of the highest value and should be of the highest interest to readers. These authorities on the ever-present Near East problem are Oscar Solomon Straus, Henry Morgenthau and Abram I Elkus. Mr. Straus removed to New York in i86$ from Talbotton, Ga where be was born; he studied in Columbia and took his bachelor's degree there six years later; in 1871 the same univer sity gave him the degree of LL. B. and two years after his A.M. He prac tised law in New York until r88i a...

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Page 88 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, ,1920. Orient's Hetty Green Is in Big Business Mrs. Yone Suzuki, Widowed Twenty Years Ago, Develops Exporting Into World Trade and Her Ships Reack-Every Clime Old State Arsenal to Pass as Landmark Valuable Site at Seventh Avenue and Thirty fifth Street Has History Interwoven With City's Housed Supplies for Guardsmen . ' '' ',v' 1 " ' " ' N the narrow gross plot that sur rounds the Stiito Arsenal lit tho northeast corner of Soventh avenue and Thirty-fifth street are planted four 3 Inch field pieces of the muzzle loading va riety. There they stand between tfio turrets of the old structure, two of them on tho ave nue, side and two on tho street side, llko aged watch dogs that have long slnco lost both their burl and bite. When tho weather Is fair the urchins of the neighborhood spend the major part of their spare tlmo peering awe somely through the high picket fence, their eyes riveted on the blackened snouts of the veteran fire spltters. ...

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Page 89 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. CADY STANTON 1 1 ttj Suffragists' Fifty Year Fight Reviewed on Eve of Victory Notable Women and Stirring Events in Struggle for Franchise Are Recalled While Ratification by. Only Two More States Is Needed for Success ELIZABETH Women Voters in the United States, 26,800,000. Number 01 women 21 ycira of ae and over in the United State' Entimatc based on 1910 rfMiu. (No allowance Is nude for allenf.): Albania ... . 5'iZ.l.it Nevada 19,954 Arioim .. H ftfi New Hamiwihlre US,j9 Arkifiat .. 3C193 New Jersey. ... 810.321 CViforma .. .. 731,324 New Mexico W.4S7 folnr.ulo . 231, ,"67 New York 8,033,8 CniHuTticut . 3ivf.ll North farolina. 671.423 Delaware C4.2V1 Wuth Carolina. 37MS3 Vlonrla lofi.TO North Dakota... 134.646 fifovia ft. 463 Ohio 1,633,17 Tflaho H'm Oklahoma . . 381,813 Illmoic 1,754.240 Oreion 185.165 Indiana SIT, 7.3 Pennijlmnla 2,325,4M IOa S4,WS IthcVe Ulaml. . lS3.0atl Kan .. HI.M7 South Dakota . 147,60.) Kentucky 63T.T31 T...

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Page 90 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. Jugo-Slav Reliefs Story of Feeding Starving Children ents Return With First Complete Ac count of Skeleton War Waifs Saved by Food From United States , TUB American Jugo-Slav Relief, nfter working for tlip better part of a year to send special rations to the debilitated and undernourished children, Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, wns not satisfied with the reports written or cabled back by d stiibuters because, from the nature of things, lack of time and other, these reports were not full enough. Therefore; tho com mltteo broached to Herbert Hoover Its wish that their own representatives should visit Jugn-Slavln and get more comprehensive in formation. Miss Malvlna Hoffman, a sculp tress, and Miss Emmet accordingly, went over last August. They have returned with a complete story of the work tho relief com mittee has done and is doing. It Is a report backod up by hundreds of photographs, per sonal and official letters and all kinds of I...

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Page 91 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MAllCH 21, 1920. 'Florodora' Revival Recalls Romances of Original Sextet DOROTHy LEEDS FV EVELYN M UR.IEL LODGE 4s K- ' A' ' ; , ,,! HRNl 1 III KHHII P' WjftrrJ VERA GIBSON DAMft SYKES MADELEINE Ifie ORIGINAL FLO&onnoi SEXTETTE Z.At Vr. D,h-l vmicumu TEXSMITH, DMSy GREEN . AGNES WAYBURN. ELAINE SELOVER Famed Beauties in First Production Set the Pace in Marrying Millionaires One Became a Peeress NOTHING reflects the times so boldly as the theatre, slnco, as William Shakespearo once said, It Is the vanity bag which holds the mirror up to nature. And no better Illustration of how fashions and customs change could be found than "Florodora," the famous musical com edy, which the Shuberts will revive at the Century Theatre on April 5; it is not yet old enough to have passed beyond the, mem ory of those who' are now telling the prcs fnt feneration what to do, yet It belongs to that prehistoric period when Ave cent cigars were still acceptable. The p...

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Page 92 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. Naturalists Find New Thrills in Chasing Beasts by Auto Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, Back From Wilds of Asia, Tell of Exciting Races With Antelope and Wolf Eager for Another Trip By THOREAU CRONYN. ROT CHAPMAN ANDIlEWR Is one of tlio few men who nre doing precisely what they dreamed of doing when they were hoys. He resolved to be n natural ist, to explore the earth's hidden places, to sleep habitually under the Mam, to hunt strange animals, not for the sake of killing but to widen human knowledge. Having thus planned hlH life he did not permit him self Jo he caught In the machinery which mangles most of youth's ambitions, convert ing the poets Into tea tnstors, ten tasters into statesmen and Pearys Into clerks at the foreign exchange counter. At the ago of 9 noy Andrews was skinning a bird und mounting It, thus starting the Andrews collection now In the American Museum of Natural History. His Interest at school was all In natural history....

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Page 93 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

f Traits of NATURALIST . FA1RBROTHER. RIDING THIS OLD FELLOW RUNS HIS BEST RACES WHEN LEAST EXPECTED . By HENRY V. KING. THAT thoroughbred horses do not race more consistently and win every tlmo their past performances or speed trials say they should Is because they have ro many of the characteristics of man. Like humans, some thoroughbreds are better physically than others; some are moro cou raceous than others; some have more intel ligence than others; some are meaner than others; some have more likes and dislikes than others; some are frivolous, others seri ous, some are honest and others are not. SJnce nicmg became a popular sport, cen turies ago. thousands of man have devoted their lives to studying the horse. They have learned probably a million things about him, but to-day they know as little about him m the electrician knows about electricity Famous trainers, men who have handled stables of thoroughbreds for more than a score of years are baffled by him as often as an expert...

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Page 94 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 March 1920

L THE) SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1920. MacStay Points to $6,000,000 Snow Bill As an Object Lesson for Preparedness Declares Department Never Has Been Eq uipped Adeq uately and Asks $20,000, 000 Appropriation Winter's Loss to Merchants Exceeds $30,000,000 ' c Cost for Snow Removal for Six Years. Total inches Season. Snowfall 1913- 14 38.2 1914- 15 22.4 1915- 16 48.1 1916- 17 46.2 1917- 18 . 22.0 1918- 19 .1 1919- 20 (V) Cost removal $2,473,390 623,891 2,521,300 1,127,018 2,676,603 56,000,000 'Estimated. APPREHENSIVELY, if n't a little tim idly, a clork entered the office of Arnold B. MacStay, Commissioner of Street Cleaning for New York, Just before the noon hour one Saturday not so ling ago. He hesitated, then placed before the Commis sioner an official report of the United States Weather Bureau. The Commlsnioner read the first line with a smile, then his face clouded and he glanced at the baromuter banging on the wall beside him. The report read: "Continued rain fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

Sun WEATHER FORECAST. TW A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD ? reserves the best traditions of each, n combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than cither has ever been on its own. Fair and warmer to-day and to-morrow; moderate west winds, becoming south. Highest temperature yesterday, 505 lowest, 33, Detailed ealher reporU will bo found on tho Editorial pace. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVIL NO. 204 DAILY. PRICE TWO CENTS , rebcen JN NEW YORK CITY AND SUBURBS, I ON TRAINS AND LLBEWIIERl NEW YORK, MONDAY, MARCH 00 1 Q9A (Copyrighted, 19W, ly Tht Bun-lttrald Corporation.) ViJ, Entered as weond class matter, Tot 0$ee, New York, N, T, 1 HITCHCOCK HOW I LOOMS IN RACE FOR PRESIDENCY jiWitli Wilson Out He Is ! Viewed as White House Entry. BEST TREATY LEADER Senate Work Fits Him if Pact Is Made Chief Issue. "SANE"' ON PItOiriMTION tN'obraskan Find Favor With Beer and "Wine Group of T?ig Democrats. tpcnnt to The Scn akd New York Rehald. Washington, March 2...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1.920. nblo now was receive! western Ir.iluKtrliU district, according to tho communication, which Ays t la hardly tmn-rlnh.fr lher lw ing nt Ksscn, HemKhcId, I)ucl(lorf and Sclm. confidence li Pft" "ft following the Mltlnnt of tlw enra fltrlke order will bo nrtlntnlneU by th aovernmunt with n firm hand. Tho etrcets ot Hcrlln, for the i first time In n week, rrewnt a cfble lupeet to-ttoy. The 'hops rt closed ..... .,! i,..f.,in it is Sundiiy. Trains r nnimr. hut the tramway wrvlce . " z. ... .7. ..,,t Mnst of tho hotel HUH HUl u.rnu lUBMii"."' staffs have returned to worn. Troop or th6 Ebert Government have remrved much of the barbed wire en tanslementfi and artillery t up by tho Von Lueltwita rorcra mm .. traecH of tho ICapp coup aro disappear ing no far an Berlin l concerned, Apparently tho Communis,! have found thcmaolvcs unable to muHer but llclent forces even to atternp a con twteil effort against Hcrlln. OfflclaU of tho restored Go...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1920. 3 BISHOP GOES AFOOT IN SINN-FEIN PARADE Coli a In a Heads Escort lo Uody of Slain Lord Mayor of Cork. VOLl'XTEEKS AUK IX LINE ( liaplaiu of liopublican Guard Posts I'roclainntion Order ing1 a Holiday. ( iiRK, Ireland, March 21. Thousands ( 1 persons reMdcnt In tha city and from Vnmc Hitiuui. Copvrtoht, by The Scn ,, M.rr0undlnK country passed to-day Hkhah. , .. ..... .. 11. 1 Anis- March 21. Tho closlnc yester- throuBU the City Hall, where the body i,ay of the Kreneh peace loan, to he i ( Lord Mayor MacCurlaln, who was used for reconstruction, brings forth to-..-cubslnated early Saturday mornliiB, lda', ma"y estimates of the total sub . ... , I scribed, All commentators atrree that It '" h ' I was a great smvess and represented per- ' A piocesslon of mourners two miles' haps the (jratet outpouring of cash' l.,iK tollowed the hearse when the body . that any French loan has attracted. ' f th.- Lord Mayor was conveyed from' ,Ma'1 "u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

WOOD LEADS ALL IN MICHIGAN, BUT LOWDEN IS NEAR Sentiment for Business Man )Iny Aid Illinois Gov ernor in Balloting. PJ.IMAltY DATK APRIL 5 League of .Nations Easily the Chief Issue; With Demo cralio Inefficiency Second. 1 MICHIGAN. On the face of the returns received from the poll of tho nopubllcan county .Imhmon In Michigan by Tits Mn and New York Hmiald Major-Gen. Wood Is tho first choice of tho orcanlzatloii there for tho Presidential nomination. CJov. Lowden is second choke by u wide mar- K'liporU from freclnl correspondents, Klvlng the lust minute conditions In the btato Indlrnto tlint It will b a pretty ,aco for tho Presidential preference. In the primary to bo held on April ... Wood li leading but Lowden Is comliiK up rapidly, according to reports. .Sena tor Johm-on of CallforrU. who has been maklnc a bis play for the Preference. Is Indicated as a poor third both by the poll result and tho correspondents. Michigan's thirty debates to the national convention will bo selected a...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

V THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY,MARHj2Ljm 4 BRYAN KNOCKS OUT BARLEYCORN AGAIN CANNEHS TOLD NOT TO WORRY. r Launching of U. S. S. Maryland, America's Greatest Fighting Vessel O nicer of Aiuncintltm Har Army Surpltia la NckIIkUiIc. WasiuncitoN, March 21.Tho canning Industry wan advised to-day by counsel for its national association that rcportu concerning existing army surplus stocks of canned vegetables had been "greatly exaggerated." A report from tho War Department showing that 175,000 cases of tomatoes and 3G,000 cases of peas, nil on hand, would bo placed on sale In April, was sent to the trade along with tho an nouncement by counsel that this amount wns so small "as to havo no serious ef fect upon tho market for canned goods to bo" produced this yenr." DREICER&C0 Pearb and Q)lamoias ofRare Quality FIFTO" AVENUE at FORTY-SIXTn Jlnmor, Tnthos nnd Donuncla ton Used in Trying to Tush John Off Entire Earth. THAISE FOR BOTH PAlTriES Tolls Mnrquctto Clnl) Me Ts Off j To-tlny ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1S2S. 6 AGED MEN WITH PEP TABLETS , nftcrnoon. and that for iiomethlnir like five weeka the frreateat known cure for a crouch and tho depression of winter will bo nvallnble nt the northeast corner .Madison square every afternoon nna except Sunday. I " n pdsbidir alter several lioura m I Itldlimnnt ,inellnn1nir mmrwirtpri bv (actual threats, to extract from Messrs, mi! .... irn,inn Fellowes, Norwood and Rial tho fact Then Stni'Hinfr " ll'"s linppcn ult m addition to all of the oiq acts ami , 1,,., ClWltV .-' WVttCT, HUtll UB .UUJT tlllhll On JtOOI 01 "UITnivau oiiw.i on Unrtli.V SCIENCE (SETS ITBUriTY port; a (lork of similarly '' " cubs: a dlmisston of the .ffeet of llux ham'8 Tln-'Vure as ii substitute for boo. Mrd Mlllmnn. the Clarkonlans and the Slegrlst-Sllbon aerlallsta, there are o numbor of new acts, Including a comedy Hder, who calls himself Phunny Phil; Ilulda, said to be the stronRe.it woman on earth: the Sanwa troupe from Sca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

4 4-H- SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD THE SUN, AND NEW VORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCtf 22, '1920. REALTY FOLK GOING TO ALBANY HEARING Tenants, 1,000 Strong, Also IMim to Toll Their "Woes to Legislators : o-inorrow. i.AHOU SENDS DELEGATES I'.cMit Trolilems Discussed by IMv.il Interests at Largely Attended Meetings. A. nieetlnB nt the Hotel Aster yenter rfnv under tlio auspices of the United Heal Kstrtto Owners' Association pro vided landlords with a chance to express their views on tho current notation ,i?n:nst nlleKed rent prolilcerlnjr und lm pending legislation iiRalnst It ut Albany, putK'ularly thu bill which would Klvo Municipal Court justices tho power to decide, what u fair rental Is as disputes occur between landlords and tenants. It was evident that while sensitive to at tacks upon them as a class, landlords am not willing to admit that profiteering Is practised on any considerable scale. Stewait Drowne, president of the us oclat Ion, was ulono among the speakers In a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

' 8 o THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY MARCH 22, 1920. I I ... THE NEW YORK IIERALP. I'oisnnn iw .KWVOnK. MONDAY. mai.cii ill V I ION. THE M'N ll:iiAl.l Publishers, V" Hr;. lJ- Dawnrl. VI. -president aH Tiewurtri I' Tllherlngton, .Secret'ir 1 NKHHT.MnTtM'l. Dally, ( mil. n .on) I" ) .Ity und stihiirh. and Hirr " "J" "" ,.r-o MAIL i-l llS. RlI'TJUN HAILS. j,t nf Mississippi slt 0n) il'v Mn,. Pa. P.M. Y." Month" Month daily .in v .. n" FUN DAY or . jf ::'. 'JV .iteVudifi . ." fird.i: r dally and J-und.iv ed'i'ons .HEMS' hail:." DAILY . K SDAY JUII.V nnir n no 1 .'0 , t'NOAV only- u All die K ' "' ' inade r ". Tlii- S u II 12 to ill J l.lir.ipriin l.dlllnn. p. Misted In la I eve. ! inth" year. I'r'r I- Pru 25 ccntiii-s. dully nd fcTutis oKn.ii, io avbxui: dl j 'OPKRA Jiirnrmai.on .-on. -rnlng advertising rales 'or the i:uropjn Edition ni be obtained f.oni tbe tnaln New York uS.e Ini Aiio-ii'td itm n tmlu.Htly n; ti led to ihfi me for repuWuatlnn ol a . es ilripi'h credited " " r oth...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

Woman Artist, Turned Sculptor, Shows Her Work Uliss Xiiuim M. llryant of Hos ton dives Esliiliitlon Here Other Art on View. i nil nil (lie benfits thru ferns rind fioor.s may lend the sculptures of Miss rsunna Mathews Briiuit of Hostnn are i. lug shown tn tlw Sculptors) nailery. i,.h' bilious of sculpture have been In- r r .-. uont tin winter, hut oven Hi owcr uat. II wus rare 10 iiihi carvings mi i-.inimony, ami jure, wiikih, jura, uu i... hv rr he.brex. fnuntiilns 1 cn" "'"I M"'- Wright uro daughters of , nJ nvisses of roses, an theso nre. Such ! . u nttalliilloii Is, of course, to ne com- , mended. .Sculpture Is bo rare In Now 01 1, and f-o few of our citizens have J gnlmd any ( N.'etietu'o In Judging It, Mint iwiv assistance In the way of environ ment should be provlleil to put llicm In a stale of receptivity. Miss Bryant. It seems, has been a painter iuhI only comparatively recent- j v Ims taken up sculpture. These facts Milium certain qualities In her work that might otherwise...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

THE SON AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1920. 10 4 New York Athletic Club Trapshooters Welcome Spring by Making High Scores in Competition at Traders Island I L. SPOTTS TOPS SHOOTERS WITH 98 hisses Only Two of Hundred Clay Birds at Travers . Island Traps. "WINS SCRATCH TJIOPHY J. T. Bishop Huns 50 Straight and Annexes Leg on Buer nieyer Cup. (Harvard Varsity Taking Its First Outdoor Water Practice at Lynn) GOLFERS CALL FOR V , j MORE NOVELTIES The high standard of c?.cellence set In iv,.. s.-ittir.i.iv nhoo' of tho New York Athletic Club at tha Travers IslanJ traps wxi maintained yesterday when forty-seven of the Mercury Foot emblem j wearers toed tho mark at tho range , ovcrlook.ng Long Island Sound In I weather that ' was almost ideal from j their standpoint. While tho (lay before ; thero were 23 returns of the 45 show- j Ing 90 or better, yesterday's showing was 18 out of 17. Moreover tho high winning total was the same, only this time It was tho veteran Halph L. Spotts I ...

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