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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1920. V? 11 i..n.i.. i , . ...n.,. .1 , , in ...i -ii ' ' i . ,i i - tftWW"t Harry Hooper's Heavy Hitting Is Bis Factor in Victory of 4 to 3 Scored by the Red Sox Over the Giants at Dallas, Te RED SOX DEFEAT ' GIANTS AT DALLAS Lnriyo Prowd Spps Bostonimis Down New Yorkers ly Scoro of -l to 3. HOOPER LEADING FACTOR UU Homo Run With One' Man On, TIumi Ties in Seventh With Double. Ily I).MKf kft'int io Tub Sun and New Vouk IIerai'd, Iiam.as, Tex., March 21. Harry llonper, the old nemesis or tho Gluntu, ulilded a wicked tint asalnst them tills afternoon and xvhh the leading factor In a victory for tlic Hod Rox by a Scoro of 4 to n First IJoopcr hit n home run with one man on, to e'vo Boston tho YANKS LEAD REDS, TRAIL BROOKLYNS lliiffffins's Men Scorn to Inck Snap and Agility of the 1 Dodgers. LORRY TRAINING BLAMED Old Timers in Camp Declare Players Are Not Getting Enongli Practice. Ily AVILLIAM II. HAN.VA. Fptclal to Tub Mrs ami New Yonic ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1920. 12 Cleveland Auto Old & New Packard Motor Com. & Pfd. Timken Det. Axle Pfd. 1 Clinchfield Coal Santa Cecilia New 1 Central Aguirre Sugar Manhattan Electrical Supply Bank of Manhattan Rts. Bankers Trust Co. Chatham & Phenix Merchants Nat. Bank National Bank of Commerce "Morton lachciibinclL & Co. occo Drrair pbmm&jwa wrrsuuaai FINANCIAL NEWS AND THE SITUATION veitora who have awaited more celled conditions In the money market before employing their surplus funds In Ions term Investment, a ?ool sign, which In dicates that the usual April demand for bonds may result next month In the ab sorption of a considerable volume of ne . curltles held by syndicates and Instltu . .. .. , , , ,,'tIon5- There has been little Incentive to Activity Of Specnintor In Wall buy bonds with tax burdens as high as uiey are io-aay. uuo ji. Kann declared Street Is Iievived During Last Week. MONEY PATES ABE EASIEH raying Utility Companies...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MAEOH 22, 1920, 13 i Orders executed tn all Pittsburgh Securities Eq uitable Triist Co. Stock Mechanics & Motals Nat'l Bank Rights Bought & Sold HOLMES, BULKLEY & WARDROP members A'ftf Yor Slock Exdanf Plllshurth Slock Exdantc Un on Dink Bldr. Pittsburgh 61 Broidwij NtwYork Buyers in Many Countries State- Their Wants to Com merce Department. CHINA SEEKS MACHINERY Greek Firm Wishes to Act for U.S. Exporters India Souds in Demands. jmiiiiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig: i Montgomery iWard & Co. nc. Z Circular en ttqvtsU H. HENTZ & CO. ESTABLISHED 1S38 2 22 TVilliam Street 2 3j Congress Street NTew York Iloston 2 .Arm5fr!i c 2 AVij Vorfc SocJt Exchange 2 .Vfir Vorfc Coflon Exchange iV'ir J'orJt Coffee onJ Sugar ErcAanje 2 .Vf v York Produce Exchange 2 (Tiircgo Board p Traits The weekly list ot trade opportunities gathered by tho Dopurtmcnt of Com merce Is given below. Detailed Informa tion reRardlnr? these trado chances may bo ob...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1920. QMflfTPPQ R APART ' VTZZZLY CUSB HAEXZT. BONDS !N NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Week Ended March 20, 1920. SHOWS DROP IN NET Lf Caff th i ui!. I III I JixiM-T 1 tx 1J1I. 14 The High Cost lwit . t Aar S4tZm . O M -1 I. is 5 Ii.orfs Rflt Knd of War, and ib','jn,nt Inactivity j of 3iUl -Market. ! wrw:xi)S not eajlst.d, n J. ' . , s 3. HS tr 2 A-aa.' im Xli. . SS :w Aaaii Tlr itwet- t Aawr 'may . Vi A Kxwi Si :S 4-fr AX X kTWAV . . . i MA AJK -4lr XlMT M am i Wttttar . it as .UK,-. N.aLi s i" Antmr . -.ur r aV-.t-ie X , :er. Sv.tih Ax Car I & ax 7 iu m 7"t WkM TJ5 o , tfcjWTrH .-.I- 7 1 Svtler . W : frseyrii . saw Cr tsrsr it ll-ACtM J J' H Uy Xt Csattrw Tmi . i " CV-eetamS Air- n a Or A.-s u y A Colt Tin Fy ' il ... .t . w.a t - - xrr.-rs? wtTi'. Start lB ' Uri We A . ...... tBn-t smb vet A;4t UwH t i.vi Kfisi:.r cwpsaT s H wet a iti.. t v-i "h. S s :S . j: 'I. Since I7 IJt-IT J--j. . . I 7M Lftrrr lit U K MjT-7 Zi 4t I UWnj 14H... UrT...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

THE SUN ANp NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH d, 1920. 15 ENRIGHT TELLS COPS ELECTION LAW AIDS TO SCORN CRITICS "Dnvovthy Men," He Snys, Malio Groundless Charges Against Department. ALIENS IN CANADA ffl 'PORTO RICAN FRUIT DEVELOPS QU1U&LY SEV MUD AND SLUSH" Grand .fury in Vico Inquiry Kviicctcd to Jtcach After High Tolicc Official. i.,i union of tin) Grand Jury In In liniliiK AiiKUbtun Drum Porter, Third li.Miui l'ollco Commissioner, moved Commissioner Knrlght yesterday to de liver .1 tlrailo ngalnst "unworthy men' v :io "spew mud and slush In the faco of the people." Tespito the Commissioner's opinions, tln (irand Jury will continue Its Inquiry tn-niiv into alleged vice conditions In the Toll' " lU'partmiMit, which nre paid bj ccriuln person to be far reaching, and 't probably will go Into somo stories af !. 'ing .mother olllclal of the department rf ,i :, ink higher than captain, it may ul deho inoro deeply Into tho doings i f "Hroolilin Jnck." the "man with the "nl.i' k baw,' wh...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

1 fYty THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1920. Iff f ; 2M trtut fi u mt.s. tzii cm ek.il estate, real estate oct or crrr. REALTY DEALINGS IN CITY AND SUBURBS Ut of m -r t ii Keyword area-, s MATERIALS PRICES . VW' - iffi tot co-tut rnra rf BsMxa, JLurA tiro tor Cfcirlta) Balnea dweLlr &4 garter of n a-rre at 11 Tr-Br.: pia to O. V. Pfe of .Vttr Yrfc citr Momra GoHiaitii UnxZ: Uva 1st- otat Cxarrt-J -aotretiar to us isl onin unmntLui, nil CRESTWOOD $300 10 fl U: SO n Innlr oots cafea Ibi nnl 11 r I t m K.IU . Otfrnbarh. tU itb AT. UPSET BY STRIKERS; werty eexts barrti. In f.73ie cum Two Connecting Floors 14,000 Square Feet cf the finest office space in lower New Yok available at once. Space consists ot two entire floors (7,000 Ft. each) Splendidly located modem 23 story buildin. Alio have basement store particularly suitable for restaurant 114 bkoadwai. .sew tube citt. aaaXiirtr art --i J to ter.x isiirw very fir Into tee Jiuwe on k- WllsU-S RAY i-?.l7,rm,.r,T;f..ISr...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

' THE 'StJN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1920. 44f 17 1 SALES ny AUCTION. .lOsKl'U N. UI.MAN. 1110 Fidelity Ultlf., Baltimore, Mil. . . C, JOHN EEUWKK!f,.02l Equitable Uldr, Baltimore, Md, RECEIVERS RECEIVERS' BALK Of All Lund and Uulldlnga, l'laul nod Equipment THE I1ALTIMOHE HOOFING AND ASBES TOS MANUFACTURING COMPANY AT ASBESTOS, CAHHOLL COUNTY, MD .March Mill, IPSO. Uy virtue of un order o( tlio Circuit Court of lialtlmoro City, passed on th loth day of February, lull!, In the) can of Oliver' It. . nilgli ft al, vi, Baltimore Hoofing & As uestos Manufacturing Co,. th undersigned liecelvers will ofter for "ale at public unc tion all of the real estate, plant and equip ment uf the lUItlmore Hoofing & Aabestoa Manufacturing Co. at the main, plant of the wnipany, AHUKSTOS. CARROLL COUNTY, Md, On Thursday, March IStli, 19X0, at 11 o'clock A, M. The factory alto 1 located on th West ern Maryland Railroad, about 34 miles from lialtlmoro City and II mile from the harb...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 March 1920

THE SUK 'AKD KEW YORK MONDAY, HABCH 22, 1920. Tis. 'TWO MEET DEATH III "ro" T'BAMT DSES RHYME"5 Stnr CWs t SrOO o'afc TOT? TOW V W A A 1 A KM SI UlUi yrrrcr, Ji-- ii.-ns.-i. TY- mfi "rT A "AJ ' ' " - DP SEA VESSELS r. it- GANGSTERS BATTLE o ca xc& f StrUssir Pier Kcs. . mm.', ' iicisataarTM. rl ut T5nl Sua, MUM A 4 Ht.ana sav; j v.-aic-i.- la sea ; ' tthuii fvs. tut -tmKrvith sn.&t. aew.- 3"rrfTfr tai EajjOfs Bal er Cfafiii Btrister. Caw Meatus rmt i CssaC yrse i.w! Kt 1&n a one Tr malum. otnnniStM" ttT a. X l T - ... T m r Ttnx.fU car u f r 30: rwrr.nrr -,t ! Ji jr-jr:-iiTi-e. . . ml ruri -b j CONSEILS "PRATIQUES J f -T-, ! ua i 4 Tailored jj I K M c 0 isiik: Shirts 1 Hf sari, '1 w ast yV' SiO. niariawwf jf ij I , - . .v 'iV-. vrs mic ri'r:r t&usUt r I 3BT OK X tKC dfcU V- f Jr" JCJf W IWPT-. j Brok . Ik w- iritm -Vijuxaargaa. 3.CTrirfc. tat rut -Mi -l . . u ni v MEW ruuc - wm uiccii kw ' Oli SHIP. IS REPORT .. . i'M . , t; ; "- .1 1 - T Ol . ' f"..i. t - - -tr kb: ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

r WEATHER FORECAST. 1 Pair to-day;" to-morrow partly cloudy; moderate to freih south winds. Highcat temperature yesterday, 58$ lowest, 36. Detailed veatber reports will b found on (hi Editorial pan. 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. r AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVII. NO. ASSEMBLYMEN ORDER TRIAL FOR ANDERSON; PARTY LINES BROKEN Dry Leader Must Explain j His Attacks on Honesty of State Lawmakers. 'ACTION IS UNANIMOUS Cuvillicr Pours Hot Shot ! Into Reformer, Calling Him Moral Coward. ROOSEVELT ON A.E.F. SIDE Gillett Says Sinister Paid Lob ; byist Has No Brief to Hep resent Churches. pjuete! to Tax Son itio Nut Toik iTeiiT.B. Albant, March 22. Tha Assembly by unanimous vote to-night summoned William H. Anderson, superintendent of the Anti-Saloon league, to appear before the Judiciary Committee of that body to affirm or deny charge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

2 , 4-f njtjcrt. Hallway traffic In tho iipsio rVglon win fully resumed on Sunday. Ctte' Halle district th poettlon was wSrtVd worie from a Government nsnoc't Counter action among n sec UoTof the wofkh.gmen M thrttcd through tho calling tot n strike If a Soviet republic I. proclaimed. . Con, munlsts are declared to bo preventing willing fcien from resuming their work. AKTlcnltnr"1 Vnrtri, Last night's rer-orta wld that unrest was spreading among Oi J""""1 population In I'omeran a., and Mecklen burg. The Communists were still In charge t Stettin'. At Kiel, which ho troops lmd,Jft, condition, were reported "UThe marine brigade and tho Baltic troops, which occupied Herl n during tho Kapp regime, have been clcnred out from rjharlorienburg and Mve Joined the other military units at the D6cberltz camp . wham "It .are refitting. These iroopk was sUcd. will be counted as tins chief prntcctoKs of.Herlln. In a tour of tho disaffected regions, the Associated Press car was n object of curiosity...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

THE SUlft AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1920." RATE ADJUSTMENT PLEAS BEFORE! C O. 3Icnring8 Begin to Dctcrrrilno Baals on. Which to Plan Financial Returns. TWO QUESTIONS AT ISSUE Wnrflcld Appears fpivSqcurlty Owners All Railroads Aro Represented. tptrM tt Tni) flOK 1J1D NsW TnK ITcMU. Waskinoton, March it. Hearing were begun by the Interstate Commerce Commission to-day to determine the basis irn which the financial or rate return pro visions of the' recont transportation act ii ro to be applied to the railroads ot the Vnlted States. Tractlcally alj the rail load and shipping Interests of the coun try were represented. An expression from all parties at In (treat was asked by the commission on two primary questions: Whether rate adjustments under the law shall bo made for the carriers as n whole or by rate groups or territories to be deslirnated by tho commission, and If the latter how the country shall be divided Into groups or territories. What values Bhould be taken to de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARGH 23, 1'920.' 4-4 f S1 if i: BOLSHEVIKI ASK FOR AMITY WITH ITALY Formal Proposal for Estab llshraent of Relations Be ported From Reval. ATTACK ON POLES BEGUN lr ill Officers Who Have Deserted Say General Offenstvo Is Planned by Beds. Pasts, March i!. Ths Russian Sortet lovernroent has proposed to Italy Uiat relations between the two countries be resumed Immediately, aooordlnr to a de spatch to the Tempi from Reval. Wabiaw, March :i (delayed). The Bolshevlkl Friday and Baturday launched repeated sttadis alow various part of th Polish front These are conaldertd by the military acthoritles to be pre Ilmtnsry to the lonr heralded general sprlnr; offensive. The attacks were re pulsed by the Poles, 100 Bolshevlkl beln taken prisoners In the two days ehunr. Bolshevik office ft who deserted to the Poles report that the Bovlet army la pre paring for a leneral offenalve in an effort to recapture Moilr. Hovno and Pros kurov. They brought the Informatio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1920. ' iLOIDEN I LEAD, HOOD SECOND IN MISSODRTS POLL Harding and Illinois Gover nor Both Gaining at . General's Expense tEAGUE IS THE BIG ISSUE Johnson. Hoover and Bryan Got Little Notice in Champ ' Clark's State. MISSOURI. j Tiffany & Co. Fifth Avenue &37t3 Street Clocks Bronzes Lamps China and Glass BORAH SEES PERIL . IN WOOD CAMPAIGN Sonator Demands That Gen eral Make Publio His Finan cial Backers. SCANDAL BREWS, HE SAYS Gov. Frank O. Lowden of Illinois Is the first choice of the nepubllcans of Missouri for the Presidential nomina tion, as Indicated by the returns from the poll of the county chairmen taken by Tut Sum and New York HKnain. For second choice Major-Gen. Leonard Wood Is In the lead, with Senator War ren G. Harding of Ohio following the military man closely. Indications are that both Lowden and Harding are gaining at the expense of "Wood. Missouri's quota of delegates to the republican National Convention Is thlr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

44- HOUSE CURIOUS 'AS TO HOW DRY LAW ISW0RKIN6 Report That Nation Still Ts Very Wet in Spots Starts Talk of Inquiry. ENFORCEMENT ATTACKED Moonshiners Arc Unmolested, While Drastic Measures Arc Taken in the North. tfteM to Tin St:x An Sr. Tout HiMU. Wabiiinoton, March 22. A Con gressional Investigation of the en forcement of constitutional prohibi tion la being 1" several nuartcrs of the House by both wets and drys. The problem has been presented to Iteprosentatlvn Dale (Vermont), chair man of the House Committee on Ex penditures In the Treasury Depart ment, Reports are current that the pro hibition laws arc being rigidly en forced In many Northern States, while Virtually the" same renditions prevail In the Democratic South as existed before the constitutional "dry" laws became effective. Utile effort Is bc Inf? mritlo by the Federal prohibition authorities to stamp out the famous "moonshine" business of the South. It la charged. The "drys" are chirglns on the one hand that prohibiti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

THE- SUN AND NEW YOBK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1920, ' - ' i ssssossa -- - r SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD 1 SAYS U. S. BOARD STILL SELLS SHIPS Senator Simmons Declares Vessels Arc Disposed of Des pite Congress's Wishes. HE ENTERS A PROTEST Court's Temporary Injunction Against Sales Ignored, lib Asserts. FptrM in Tn 3 C.N and Niw Yonic Hsiuid. Wabiunoton, March 22. The Ship plnn Hoard Is continuing to dispose of is vessels dcBptto tho desire of Conurcts that It shall make no sales until the wholo question can bo considered, Sen tor Simmons (N. C.) charged In the Semite, to-day. Tlio board Is now trying to sell all ships except thoso seized from Germany, Senator Simmons Bald, the sale of these lielng prevented by a temporary Injunc tion of Justice Bailey of the District of Columbia Supreme Court. Justice Bailey to-day refused tho request of the Oov irnment that the temporary Injunction lie dissolved, but took under advisement ii motion of the Shipping Board to dis miss ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

4 it. - - """"mail subscription bates. ii.t or iiuitutppi BU 0 XMILT onlr J 5-g SUNDAY only...-. JJ? rjj ,55 BUND AT only. Cnd 'jjL,: , feundiy rdltlnns. DAILT SUNDAY. $JM J-J daily ir.; 'J-S? ; 'SUNDAY onlr- i All 'heck,, money "".'..J, piiV M,bi to The Pun-Herald. i: l.so to be bnwu Edition. Published in IrU every day In the year. Price in l'rti- 'entlmea. dUr Hun 1i I'AIUS OFKICK. AVENUE DK L OI'EIIA " foVm.tlon concerning "rtfajSfS lor" he noropein Kdltl msy fx obtained trim tn main .m' im The Aseoelated Prtr l "T1 tilled !0 the me for republlealto n of at " m despatches created to It or not otherwise re.llted In this paper and also the lof' n wiMlshed hereto- All rttht. of r.pi.1teIK of special disitchcs herels ore its reerveo. , If i.xir fri'nde who (imr u with menu ,rrtpt.andllii.tr.Mens for robllceUon to h.e rejected article, returned "rm In .i e send sumps for that jwrptm. MAIN BUSINESS AND EDITORIAL OF- rirns sn iiiioadwat. tblbpiionb. WORTH 10-00 A Demonstration tor Trait...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

First Bible in English' Fetches $3,700 at Sale flospnbnch Company Acquires Enrly Printed Translation Wallace Auction $1-2,073. The first printed Bible In Engllsh-the famous translation by Coverdale sold for rS.TOO yesterday In the Walter T. Wal lace library sale, which began at the American Art Association, to the Rosen bach Company. According to the title pago It -was "faithfully and truly tram lated outpf Douche and Latyn In to Eng. llshei'nnd It la In this edition that the rurlousspelllng are flrit found that lent nopiilar names to later editions vlx.. the ' Hun" und "Treacle" Bibles. In the Psalms then occur this rendering: So yt thouslult not nede to be afrayed for any bugges by night," and In Jere miah this: "There Is no more Treacle at Galaad." The present copy was formerly In the celebrated Lord Amherst collec tion. Tho Rosenbach Company nlso gave $2,200 for No. 70, first edition of the "Ulm" Boccaccio, and IS10 for No. C4. an Immaculate copy of Rldpal's 'Tabu-1 . .... i ter...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

TEE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. 1Q George H. Walker, U. S. G A. President, Names Committee That Will Go to England to Confer on Golf Rules R. A. GARDNER ON !( Intercollegiate Basketball Champions of the West ROLES COHHJTTEEi 3 Former Coif Champion Will, Try for British Honor While XhuiL P. H. U'HKKLKK .SELECTED, G. ir. Walker, If. F. Whitney . ami J. F. Byr Alio Going to England. ! Chicago University Teas Back- row,, left to rtjhtr R. Vollracr, Curtiii, Halliday, Hitchcock, Segal, Mid en. nser ob tr.e tint game -wi UniTermy of Fesn Iait Eiztst Br icr.au x. rrrtniK. i -j hji m v .east on i?f is tie isxUzt t'At ri.et: J MrntM k Irs? r. b-i. r!rf I" Sw-r r' fc't rt'.ve U.-vJ U um V- t-sV'Pva '.f R.-r. A- K!a il. OVrare. " th f.nstti"! j noe wiC erosi IV Ata e w oonrer rj'fc Out Royal Jt AaM eccattt m tie nri. t the gsrse. a wegr- "i'lfj CoU As low Wysaat ! 1 VinAfJ ftf Newark, frutxrr f that ' r.-xatt'inc r.tnvx 'e seiedKa of Mr rrfsr ft Prede-rVk i? Wheeler if Aj...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

" 11 Giants Overwhelm Red Sox by 14 to 8 Yankee Club Arranges to Take Out $150,000 Insurance on Babe Ruth THE -&UN Alb. NEW YORK HEBALP;.vTUESDAYi MARCH 23, 19m 6,000 SEE GIANTS HAMMER THE BALL flow Yorkers Start Boom of Their Own in Hcnrt of Oil Boom Country. DEFEAT TirE RED SOX, 14:8 Gamo nt Yfacliita Falls, Tex., Is Delayed Owing to "Wron glo Over Umpire. nr DANIEL. Caiclal to Tub Son ind Nsw Vote nmu, WicniTA Falls, Tex., March 22. In this little city In the heart of the oil boom country the Giants this afternoon etarted a big boom of their own. Smart ing under the sting of the defeat admin istered to tbem by the Red Sox yester day at Dallas, the Giants slammed the ball with & vengeance, and attained a height of batting efficiency which their most ardent supporters had not hoped they would even approach. The New Yorks gathered eighteen hits, among which were two home runs, five doubles and two triplet, and overwhelmed the Bed Sox by a score of 14 to S. Six thousand perso...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

wr- THE, SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1920, 1 12 - to il ;: tr. , i ill Mats. SH P"" 11 - 1 1 I ' W 1 V Investors who wi.h to profit by favorable exchange rotes and .1 the Mine time excrciic !uc caution should consider the desirable features of Canadian Government, provincial and " Witt Americnn.dollar nt a premium in Canada, buyers in the United States will receive n return of 6 to 7V2 Principal and interest payable in United States funds. Send for Circular S 3-S.1. Wood, Gundy & Co. Incorporated 14 Wall Street, New York CANADA 1 TIw Greenshields Monthly Review n XIA short summary of tho Canndian financial and industrial situa tion. JJWith which is in eluded our Investment Suggestions, a summa ry of the most attract ive securities available) for investments in Canada. We shall be alad to send copirs free on request. GREENSHIELDS & CO. tlamkm Mixtml Slock Eith0 rjc.lrr. la Cmdln Bud Imum. 17 St John Street, Montreal. We Offer C1TYOFHALIFAX (Canada) 5 Bonds Due...

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