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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

I il : 1 ,' 1 yam . , -.mm " 1 . - 1 11 . -'- . .. 'i . " 1 - - Overcoming Canadian Exchange Situation IVr ANY American firms are overcoming the present situation in Canadian ex change by opening accounts with branches of The Canadian Bank of Commerce in Canada. Such balances draw interest pending the more favorable adjustment of rates between the two countries. Full information regarding such accounts will be gladly supplied on application to the New York Agency. THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE Capital, $i5,coo,ooo Reserve, $15,000,000 Total Resources 28th February, over $440,000,000 New York Agency, 16 Exchange Place Agent F. B. Francis, C. L.Foster. C. J. Stephenson 509 Branch Offices in Canada and also at Seattle, San Francisco. Portland, Ore., f.ondon, England. Mexico City, and Havana Head Office Toronto. TRANS-CANADA LIMITED Fast Trans-Continental Service Resumed MAY 2. Ninety-two hours frQm Coast to Coast. TJjo Train de Luxe for sleeping car passengers only through the CANADIAN...

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

THE SUN Alfo NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, . MARCH , 28, 19&6. 14 Munds Rogers & Slackpole 'Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain Members N. Y. Slock Exchange N. Y. Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trade 25 Broad St. Uptown Offica J6 Vanderbilt Are. FINANCIAL HEWS AND COMMENT Rally in Last Few Minutes of Trading in Stock Market Checks Realizing.' MOTORS GAIN STRENGTH NCav Buying Appears in Steels and Equipments Rails Are Dull. American Car & Foundry Co. TIlE replacing of worn out and obsolete roll ing stock and the pur chase of additional equip ment is one of the pressing problems now before the rail roads. This makes particu larly opportune our special circular on American Car & Foundry Co. We outline in this circular the strong finan cial position of the company, its record of earnings and divi dends for the past twenty years, current earnings and assets, high and low range, of prices of the preferred and common stocks for the past ten years, and future pros pects Send for Circula...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

Anv Incentive to Save Ai the pricw 'of goods and materials 'advanced bond prices declined It, is be lieved thajt the cost ,of liv ing has reached its peak and consequently it would seem wise to buy high yielding bonds, as both principal and inrome should increase in value .with the padual return ot more normal living costs. For investment .suggestions write for Circular No. DX-82, A.B.Leach&Co.,Inc. Investment Securities 2 Cedar Street, New York Chlrtro Doiton Buffalo Olerttand I'bllidtlphta MlnnupotU Biltlmort FEARED CORNER IH GENERAL MOTORS Stock Exchango Committco's Ruling Stops Scramble for Sharos. HAD BEEN PUSHED TO 409 Decision Makes No"w Ibsuo Ex changeable for Old and Stock Slumps to 808. A High-Grade Collateral Trust 6 Gold Bond That will mature In 4tt yenr. returning the Invtttment with Interest nd lfavlnB the Investor In possemlon of Capital Stock which will have coat him nothing. ProtecUd par for par by notea of a highly projperoua Cities Service Subsidiary. Converti...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

16 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 33, , 19g0. FOREIGN EXCHANGE Profits possible of 150 to 1500 may bo made by buying FOREIGN BONDS. ALL FOREIGN CITIES AND GOVERNMENT BONDS Semi for Special Circular, Full Detcrijilum and Prices. circular no. w 1000. Farsoib,Son&Co Members Now York Stock Exchange 115 Broadway, Now York ! EARNINGS GAIN 30 PER CENT. IN YEAR When facts are wanted quickly this little book is invaluable. Condensed facts and analy . sis on about 400 companies 272 pages current sta tisticshigh, low records par dividends capi talizationofficers, etc. INVESTOR'S POCKET MANUAL March issue now ready Gratis on Ttqtitst tor D-331 R.H. MacMASTERS &G0. Mtmbtrt Consotidaltd Sto& ErrA. A. Y. 69 Wall St. New York Ucnottr tits Ground Floor The recent decision of the Supreme Court calling stock dividends ex empt holds deep significance, so we have prepared analyses on 5 Stocks In position to declare Stock Dividends setting forth the funda mentals of Interest and ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

REAL ESTATE MS , NOTES GOSSIP Kental Values IMso Bapldly In Fifth Avenue and Grand Central Zone. ' MANY APARTMENTS SOLD J?cck Opens With No flign of Diminution of Marliot's Strength. Tho latest proof of tho rapidly rising rntal values In the Fifth avenuo sec tion near Forty-second street Is found t tho report that tho United Cigar eVfores Company has subleased the five itory Slebrecht Ilulldlng At the north east corner of Fifth avenuo and Thlrty fllghth street at a figure well above $100,000 a year net. Tho lessors ac quired the property last November from tho Hoffman estate at a rental of from $65,006 to $75,000. Tho building fronts 69.11. on Fifth avenue and Is 125 feet deep, with an "L" in Thlrty-olehth street measuring 25x100. Apartment Market Active. The six story apartment at the north west corner of St. Nicholas avenuo and, 110th street was sold yesterday by Mrs. Clara Derrick, executrix of the estate of Solon Bcrrlck, to the Amer Realty Company, J. J. Mautner president The h...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

3 1 E. Pre ISO buj B( Dcs Fa Mci 11 C Ell til te R.I Mr 69 in The Cot cm J we m m RA Se 800 a Its of cut c. 80 LI 18.47 1 Hl.OI 1 JI.VIS 1 fNs.sn i $48.88 i Trl. Jo T t: C J. TRt LIl l Tern ; Tu WAt " try hi excha Issued' bonds coupo; Iloiist Exc bonds being Wlthl to be bonds I-lber! ono 1: Buch nfter date Sec, holdei bonds the c Is opi verslc the c; nccon latere, find J tempt exclia thus CBsar; ownei Sen lJuccd retar; excee to be tho fl ct thf erty 1 Tht est a' In fir, ..riatlol estatt Inc 'for e j deem I'Senat r war i n nua price wn) .April &ay , COB April May FLA J nil JI sy OA1 Sir 18 i " ' REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY. Miscellaneous Hal or Rent. ttfivr .QAIJE fOIJNTRY ESTATES X VAV iwi tuu ww.-- j Ml M V 175 acres, ten minutes from the MtHMSCO, 11. I. railroad station, adjoining the 1 1 I II.. rt-l 1. n.Ai.minrf Flemington, N. J. charming m U M I rlainiieia, 11. J 20 n mr w I 200 acre Peckham Estate.' Views ' Westlield, N. J. tor 20 miles around. Asking ttfOO per F , t I 1 The W...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

filOTAnOKjl WATIMAIJB; ri.DKIlLT man, alnitta. heaajtaraener; willing: to go enlwhtre. W. T- n., 40S Pun-Herald. Herald iqutra. EX-soldiep. diiirti twattlen In outurri beat of reftrtntM: wflllna. u U, HI Bun-Herald, fejloa H. XllU and estate lUperifltttkdtAt la open far position; married! Bcetehi it r" txptrtsnce mm private tstatta: eowa, pnrtet, poultry, ftrdcnlnc and, farm crept; t.'-xr York ana Phltadslpnla rtfertnett. Jlox 14, US East IM-k et FORMER U, B. rote-roment cltrk, going to England short! wishes, an artocy or other employment; til, lai wuuntiM rt eraM, rirl(f sqnir w. u., mi HOB 8U FKRINTE3I uEMT English: married bo e hill rent expert with veettahiti noder fMta im eutalde; fruit. lawia. fieral wort, laadtcipe work, nu aad fatnttl fartTVetl was 10 Mtsaaehottttt fUatt Ooafd (Medletl Cornel liotc June. IMtloaw petition at tram. OAItnr.KBM ana fifia jroptlaUdci. oesiret position at prime estate! 8 start of tit, Hurried. Do cJ.llt.reo: ffral cits rtewnmends- tlou: lift eiter...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 March 1920

Pi IS bi B M R. T C a w SIX.' - $41.1 SIX! 145.; IRJ Tel. . 1 ex las' bot co Hq to tel W to t0 1A on Eu nfi da ho bo thi ve thi AC 1st n. teS ex th es oi Ai re CJ to In at r es Ji -es ; Bi jn - v $1 20 PERSONALS. ldftkt on Mruw IT. JW. ' lwiir, Hnnnn, u. lW)lr. IMT1IIIMH. " . .,.UJ t4 M.rnr.l, f "'"t'ih mtrlr from IrtUodl sbnol children applr to J. M. n')D ,M Mm Ml. .n'lltrd II 1IOUI. II" DUIJ IHrrliler, niwlfnrd. ()ntili. .- -. miry 1J1 erj "h0'l' V",h. e? YUfi tlesth (tot tc Am(rtr to tho cj" W Ihur yo.mKMl broth"! j John imiry who till mlilH t ',,url,rs. JSmjM Ihr lll communlciU with !"fiji" wVrc.-it.rVhlr"' KmUn.1. ihr w r iMmfthln in thlr mlvmt ! LOST AND FOUND. AtroMoniM! rtdij-.s. n n1,.. Bulrk, WW. coil"-. fr nuralwr 0,'. "J' number C9W24, IIwim numtr 'J"7' inl IWth .t.. Manhattan, All Ooar ihofi. hiWMtlf of left dr tonkm off. CmmunlcM lth K I. HopwiMxl, M John t., New Jon, I'lf IHfption lirmmtn ini FOONO-IUTiiMtite DrlT. March J. Urtf. black male puppy, fhaped 1(1 A rwlale....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 March 1920

S$un WEATHER FORECAST. Fair to-day; showers to-morrow or to morrow night ; moderate to fresh south west winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 65; lowest, 44. Detailed weather report! will bo lound on the Editorial pane, A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preserves the best traditions of each. In combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than cither has ever been on its own. AND THE NEW YORK H E RALD VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 206-DA1LY. PRICE TWO CENTS , THREE CENTS IN NEW YORK CITY AND SUBURBS. ON TRAINS AND EL3BWIIEnB. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920.-& V. ASSEMBLY IN UPROAR; FIST FIGHTS NEAR AT HEARING ONRENTBILL Landlords and Tenants flash mid Wild Scenes Follow. LA GUAKDIA IN" LEAD Attack Is Threatened as He , Toinls io Some Owners as Bolshevists. HECTOR ALSO IN BATTLE Jfcnr Biota Develop in Five Hours' Turmoil Passage of Bills Predicted. fffml to lnr Sen and Nsw Tonit IIlmld. Auunt, March 23. The hearing to day beforo tho Cities Committees on the S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 March 1920

HHHHHHHHpHHgHQQHMpMMmMiiiiiiiiiii J ill i i i mini ini i 11 I , J111. "''If M' ' 1 JIJLV ' . U 1 1 J'""., ' ' TV . . -rrv. , . ' 1 11 I " MWMMBMHHMHaBHHBVVHHH 2 4 f In Into , lino It l trusted lure that America lind a j-i,0IMttr umlerftanillnR or tne neimm wciniar .,,., ., rftan,,.i it,. Ulntlnctlon be tween the (iernnn peuplo and tlio Orr man militarist, and. that rom of tho Uxu of I'rMiaeni Wilson utterances wero verified. The Immediate effect of la.t weoki i ! events on tho economic life of Germany Tho evolution otruri ,lar(lj. bfl estimate! as yet. Ono of tho first rcujltj was tho withdrawal J Dut 'h credltH mill a demand hy tho L'anes for weurlty Immediately. Hemco Brain ihlpment.t from nelchborlni: coun tries fell off from mure than 10,000 tons to 3.000 tons, whereas 7.(100 tons nro receaiary to feed tlo natlin. However. It In believed that with the end of the Ker.ernl strllto there will hu r.o unnuces sary suffering. The roal mines In Rlhsla liavn not been e'losed. Miners In ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 March 1920

,7 1, THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAROH24,1920. WILSON LIFTS PRIGE CONTROL OF SOFT COAL Order, Effective April 1, Paves Way to Boost Miners' Pay $200,000,000. COXSniER TO lUSAlt LOAD President Warns Operators VpojiIp Will Find Way to Fijrlit High Costs. fpr'ln In Tiir. Sin and New Youk Hfhau.. Wahiiinoton, March 23. President Wilson, by n Executive nnlrr, Hf lotl all Oovcrnmont control to-day over the pr.i'e of bituminous coiil, to be come effective on April 1. This la to pave the way for putting into effect n new wage hcbIc for miners, esti mated nt 27 per cent, increase and nmouniine to JSOO.oOO.uOO, as a final Fettlement of the coal strike of lost autumn. It means, of course, that the price of bituminous coal will ko up and that thfi consumers will have to pay 'lie price of the wage Increases. In view of the advance that Is certain Ic come, President Wilson Issued u n amine to coal operators against un reasonably high prices that mean pioflt fcrlng. "I am sure the pub...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920. 4 44- LOWDEN LEADER, POD SECOND IN MONTANA POLL Jinn-lips. Wood and .lolnisoii, Tied in Estimation of (J.O. r.Cliiiinnen. (ill HA It I) JS MKNT10XKI) inan ami Uwwv Agitato Democrats, but A-ilt I'm Vomil'it Is licst Liked. c MONTANA. J Montana h first cholre for flie W-liuh; II. an l'rcsidmtial imtii.naiioa m "rank ... 1, of to the poll of the PAr.y'.s .mm .halt; JIBMU " received 45.1 IHT .ent. of I "ilrst .hoi e" bitlo'. , In ..amber of "liri '" Major-Gen. I-eonanl Uood Senator Jllram W John-on an-1 1c,,,arlel,I" uglp-s ro " w,lh a, "t, C ""fc than IS P-r cent of the loUj mm, ),cr received. Hut as Wood got .... I'" ". of me "con.! choice" oast by the ,.,.... tn onl- 18 1 l--' ""n. Johnson. and "one for linen, to Woo. si g.xen the Mac a "frond choice" candidate of Montana ldoi. got 27.2 per cent o tl e ' see tad ch . ..V t!ic same number as Wood rLTt',r'.M- other candidates mentioned wero t-ci.ator Warren i. II"""" and William H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920. 44- a I .v 4' J 1 GIRLS IN LIMOUSINE i CAUGHT, COPS THINK iPreachcr's Dnnglitcr nnd Sol dier's Widow Arc Held on Suspicion. CARTRIDGES IN IJOUDOIK Mno Persons Rounded Un in Brooklyn's Spasm of Right eous Indignation. Brooklyn's hilarious career of crime eoon la to be wrecked If the efforts of fltntrlct attorneys, detectives, magistrates mid police avail anything. Pretty nearly i very one who has anything to do with i e suppression of banditry took ft hand vsterday with nlno prisoners, two of horn aro suspected of being the llmou n up !ndlis who In company with four men held up William T. Blair In his -ub store at 1451 Hertford nvenuo Sun 'j.y night. Ml of them, tho police be ve, nro Implicated In a chain of rob I. rleo. I After a five hour session In Ijls office Mstrlct Attorney Harry E. Lewis dc- ared that four of the men prisoners had r infesfod to the plundering of tho haber- .'ashery store of Louis Meserltz, at 8571 I latbu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 March 1920

4 THE SUN AND NEW YOBK HERALD,, VEDXKSMr, INARCH 24, 1920. LEND ob lomethlnft t b a t New York need! If you wlihto ment. JMt now New York U in dlra need of real estate, and will be for years, u u r Morgues, limited to well constructed bulldlnfls In Hood neighborhoods, are a better Investment than crcr. LAWYERS TITLE & TRUST CO. 10 Broadway, New York 18SMonUUSl.,BrU;n J M Court S!.,BrooUjT H J7 ruin 6C. Jmjl-K. V. T. R S3 F. 140th ! r- M j35inroirM",lln' j 160 Main St.. W. r-Ulni. N. M MALOKE TO HASTEN POLICE VICE TRIALS Judgo Befascs to Grant Any Delay In Former Deputy Torter's Proceedings. DIAMONDS W bur aUmondt nd d!ran wtlrr trom itu. lBdtvldut t Joseph Woodworth Wooka Diamond Daaitr and Ca.li Bnjtr. . nrSl Tfioof. THUKH M.UDLN lank. Co!. Augustus Drum Porter mp Ptard yesterday beforo Judgo Malonc la General Sessions and pleaded not eullty ta a supersedes Indictment filed on Monday charging ncclect of duty and uslnic a threat to deter a policeman from making ftn arrest. The b...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 March 1920

THE SUN AND? NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920, BEFORE the Hotel Plaza on FWtti Avenue, and in other gathering place of Fashion in New York, may be seen the world's finest examples of fur art created and worn in America, greatest producer and largest market for finished furs in the world. A I kill wtiOl ia-w i ' t ma f.'tr . .'ss t Ytia P-i-iCI' rmW WiWMXtitfJr. V , of Fashion in New York, may be seen k i N IW' I " ff ' for finished furs in thawed W The New Ifork Fur Auction Sales Co Guardians of a World Indu rporation r 1HE fur industry is, today, a mighty indus try. Furs have evolved from a mere utility to be worn as a winter protection to an all-year round essential of style art In New York, the development of the Fur Industry has reached a height unattained by any other center in the world. Markets of primary importance in any industry are markets where not only raw materials collect, but also where they are sold, distributed and used in manufacture. Fur Auction Sales B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 March 1920

3 15S SOS" TCB WEWFE TT5yH fa,- 2231 - - mi Ik A' IVt'iMi. VKLfsl - "I 'rarwl - sua wefinsai " "'. . " aiic. - lei last, i jot "fl r ' " ' ffiiim lEiPJi 2 a. JTi-Itat . Xaor rjMBH. awa,, - .t . , 35 gnwyf7y ptfT tscr u t ; ; . m -. - - - - . " ' ,"t' - "' s ' ar-ri- -fcrs asflM. i-ss- -sir iisr ifcnfc. 3r- ate -a 1 - - ' , - r I TUT tin." TT" TFUf I S .flff asr iM-tiaawriii.- a sw lr "Was aaa jb. , . - - acatsr aeuc. aa. i TT- T-atr a. a: J 33T! T?"- 2?'" Zri-ZZ-' - ., " m "1 WJ IK 3 W5 m NMKtt mm zr r 3r . r acr- - aw 2---. f- ; 5, , ' ' f . ' ' ' ' " ' ' Waarw w-w 'vtm ar :wrtM Mr tw an. KT".' s a- T- ',r Tmi Tn t 'Bnmillir - ' "fT. Tff -5" t-J-'l i"'. n i- , tei. t Jiart xsaaaw MM w w t w MBWM saaKasuiwr - fce, ! 5T Wijd t!i. JL- Hliltii lfRftf T-TJ --' ' .F 7 . rin- -1- h -- - a r nm. Lulu t-aar -nram r ., - ITRfF - f'. ," yJ4 'V" r ' -THE PIPhR' m ar"n . naaacu. a nr in in a: ' iiiim. Inmb "Sm f tar. Koar at tt aaaar ncawat ta ws nw r 3 i i tfs ifts- &. wirasBPf. . cjct -,....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 March 1920

IT THE SUN 'AND 'NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920. Banking Service In the Far East Exceptionally direct and time saving bank ing service with the Far East is offered American business men through the New York Agency of the Chartered Bank of India. Australia and China. Our own branch offices and agencies arc located as follows: Ill'UMA Uangoon CKYI.ON Colombo I CHINA Canton l'ooohow 1 1 nr Low Honxkong IVUIiik Shanghai Tientsin niKNCH 1NIK). CHINA Haiphong Halgon INDIA Amrltur Jlombiiy Cnleutln Dulhl linrnchl M ml rat Tavny J U'AN Knbn Vokolioiut JAVA llauvla Houniliaya MATAV STATES I poll hlanR Kuala Lumpur l'onana Hiremlnn Hlnicnro Talplnu lMIII.U'I'INKS (Vhu iiiio Manila SUM IlankoU 1'uket SUMATRA Medan Chartered Bank of India Australia and China New York Agency, 88 Wall Street William Baiter, Alien t Head Office London Capital and Reserve Over $24,000,000 JAPAN IN THROES OF RECONSTRUCTION I Universal Suffrage for Men : and Better Conditions of Labor Chief Issues. j !! C...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920. 10 1 and THE NEW YORK HERALD. rrnvMDXT. WAB it. TIIE V-HKHAUJ CORPORATION. ri 1 i, e-.rt"an. gecretarr KWS1TAM PRICKS. llallr Inn rents tP . -I ' vLrtnlT MAlt. SfBRJPtlOS HATES. E., r M.u'MPf ... or.. 11.1 " -Vi, 4 .M MJAV o- ;'v .40 2 : -I H'NDA- on-. . V,' ... u . ...,5P, IOKKIO.V HATE? UAtrr 4 fMAT. 'j. Mir.v on.r "5? l' ,m Karopn Wltln 1 1 win raMiiti la l'4rt trr dr !?. rr; PA' l-f ortlCE. S AVENUE DB l.'OI'KRA , ..... lnfortB'tcn eer.ern:n "'V'"""J. ; f - th C.ro?n Kdlln mi) bi cbUUeJ t orn th oiiia Ne Vcrlc -J. Th Air-.i'.l I'M" ! !' en .rii. r.-. fri.t.l to II or no. ..her. -'rlliH is thl l" 11,1 A,, j;.'. of rpjbi;ciloa o! ?.!. d.ipi! Bs ee-iin a' rierTi. If ,r f:r. who for ui with rnina- lptVi-4 ..i"-lor. t:r fji'leatlon wl.h j ... rit-i itcj juift-i fjr tht ?jrjioi. JIAISBt-flNRSS AND EDITORIAIi OF FICES. BHOADWAY. TELEPHONE. WORTH 10 MO Long Pursc-Stronsarm Campaigning The New York ll'orld has set forth hat it know?...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOBK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920. 11 r to 1 Wealthy Girl Elopes With a Blind Soldier 3Iiss Alice Princo Becomes , Ilrido of Ono Time Instnic ' for of Blinded In "War. filial to Tnn i?" and Nbw York Hiwi.k, 1I.vi.ti.moiu:, Mil,, March 23. Surprls- be bold In the ballroom of tho Hote !,(? tltctr friends, Mlis Allco Prlni'c, Commodore on April 12. It will bo .uum'.itcr of Mr. ami Mr?. Edward called a Fete ( do In Modo d'Kte, and I'i.iko of Elllcott City, and Mr. Walter thcro will bo biiuwn tlio leading summer V.-tker, 33 years old, of Brooklyn, N. Y fnsTilons In gowns, &c, for women and in.-tructor In carpentry and autornobllo i girls, and In place of professional man f i uhnnlcs at tlio Evergreen Red Cross ncnulns young married women, clebu )i, tltuto for tlio Ullnd. announced to-' tiiutcs of tlio past winter ami Klrls wlm . iii.il they bad clopcil to Alexandria, .have been out for Koycnil siasons will Vi , a noi'li ago yesterday, where they display tlio crea...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 March 1920

THE SUN" AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1920. 12 Cnnthr. Fnmtoenn Hmwwehht Champion, on Arrival Here, Voices a Desire for a Speedy bout mm uempsey: .r VU jUsi CARPENTIER SAYS HE'LL WHIP DEMPSEY Freiiclunnn Insists Ho Can Stop Ainerlenn Clinmpion in Six Hounds. EAGER FOR EARLY BOUT Cochran JIns Cnrpcnticr Under Contract and ItU'kiml Prob ablv Has Dempsey. nr en vhm:s r. math i son. famenllor. Kurjpo'B ablest ntl niont popular puuHM. whose, feats , ! tho rind In tlmo of peace anil alor , nt tlio front In time of war liavo en deared hint not only to his own country men liut to patriotic cnuens an u--i world, arrived hero yesterday on the uteairwhlp 1 Pavole after a tempestu ous voyage of nine days. Tho heavyweight ihnmplon of burope p-as accompanied by lila chamilwt bride of two weeks and also by his shrewd and active manager. Francois Descnmps. Mme. Carpentler was Mile. Gcorgetto I'lsasser and was the childhood sweet heart of the boxer. It is questionable If any athlete eve...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
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