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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 March 1920

n Game Markedly Delay HOOPER'S HOMER . HUMBLES GIANTS 1 W in ii in : Kiic 1 or for So, ns similar Hit l),v Him Was in I'rin'ioiis (iiiinc. l-.ltlKS STANDS A 'TIH Jiiii'i'inin lii!iiiiii'i's Score Tlircc Huns Off s'i'lif in Kirst Kivo liuiiiifis. iij n.Mi:i lilt: Sis' am .kv Yoiik 1 1 i.i: a i ii. -tin, Tex.. March 21. i ifni iniir(ntlnn of Th'oUKli the . Hill llrenimn, l'. umpire, tlio Innrth B.imo of , , . liitween thcy.ilaiit!' ami the .is slopped Kils evening In 1 li mninR. To the Ilel So. went of the Hed In the li inning. To till1 Jlctl So. Went 1'ie .r. thin time by a hcoio of .r in J. ' nis mailing me Mines cm-ii in i" j L.i't t . each. t lu n Hrcnnnil ealleil the came two! j'iMnn batsmen had Kne out .mil the Hunt were still to come up for their I .'ii with the -vllluw. As a result the , ... ii' tevcrted to tint nt the Mid of the . ahtli inning, anil erastcd from the i-orils a home run ami Its consequent i , made hy Tim lleiulrx. an w.ll ,i vuiKle l Ilarey Uiller In the i h- (...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920. . i 12 4--M- it (IDDER.PEABODY&CO. Ill Deronshirs SI BOSTON 17 Wall SL NEW YORK flnvestment Securities Foreign Exchange Letters of Credit Correspondents ol Baring Brothers & Co., Ltd, LONDON it Munds Rogers & Slacltfiole Stocks B o n d i Cotton Grain Members N. Y. Stock Exchange N. Y. Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trade 25 Broad St. Uptown Office 16 Vanderbilt Ave. FOREIGN BONDS "SPOT" BONDS Ready for immediate delivery Berlin 4s Cologne 4s Frankfort 4s 1 All issues, Foreign, Govern ment, City, Bonds quoted Full detailed circular ttith brkts German, French, He'gian, English. Hands Sent on Request No. t 500 ferson.Son&Coi -ft? MiniMm New York Mock Kxchange, $y 115 Broadway, New York . h. ivice, Jr. & Co. Buy & bet Am. Cyanamid Com. & Pfd. Aluminum Co. of America American Piano Com. & Pfd. Air Reduction Battery Park National Bank Din k of Manhattan "Righti" Crowe!! Publishing Com. & Pfd. Cont...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 March 1920

13 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920. 1 it n nmnm rum tut no J 4 A H : A Neighborly Bank. We are in the center of one of the world's greatest business districts, and our desire is to furnish ade quate and efficient banking service to our neighbors. GARFIELD NATIONAL BANK. 23rd Strict, whcrk FIFTH AVENUE CROSStS DROAOWAY Orders executed in all Pittsburgh Securities HOLMES, BULKLEY & WARDROP MEMBERS New York. Stock Exchanjt PilUlurgh Stock Exchange Union Bank Bid.. Pittsburgh 61 Broadwiy New York 7.57 Return On a Safe Conservative Preferred Stock Company established 45 years ago. Earnings five times dividend re quirements. Handles product which is daily necessity. Safeguards about this security place it in practically the same position as a mortgage bond "sue- t- 1 i Strong smiting fund require ments. Price $92.50 and accrued dividend Yielding about 7.57 Circular on Rcqutd- Scott & Stump Members Consolidated Stock Exchange ol New York Investment Securities ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 March 1920

e- lift 14 44-f THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920T jrThe recent decision of the Supreme ifourt calling stock dividends ex. empt iiolds deep Bigniiicance, so yve have prepared analyses on 5 Stocks , In position to declare i Stock Dividends ,' fldtins forth tlio fund El mentals of lntcre.it ami present f market position of oach. ? RAILROAD SECURITIES Several railroads which should ' soon reflect mnrketwlsa benefits , accruing from the new rallro.nl S legislation and inherent strength I of companies are also treated In I current Issue of our weekly Market Topic I trnfc nlio iltttuHti in tlttall .Oklahoma I. It. California, Pet. National lruil Intrniiit'l Nit kel Trunsi (intlnriit.il Oil Cratis on ttqutit f M CJ.KEllBy SCO. MARCH COTTON IS DOWN $15 A BALE Spot .Month Drops to 3I).80 on Last Day .(Jonorn.1 List ItrcnkH $5. MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS SHORT TERM NOTES. Security. Hale. Duo. llld.Askod. AmCottonOll,, . ,0 sept. -.21 Oct. WiJ Feb. 1021 Dec. 1U2S Nuv. tU-Jll Nov...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 March 1920

r IB THE SUK AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920, EDGE LAW OPENS BIG POSSIBILITIES Provides for Establishment of Fcdcrnl System of Intcr iintlomil UanJtinsr. BOAHD ANNOUNCES KULES Jmiiicrtiuio Effect Will Bo to )Inho Long; Credits to Europe Avnilablc. SptHal to The Sun and New Yoiik Hiiuu, Washington, March 24. Tho Fed ml Reserve Hoard made public to-day regulations governing tho organization ,inrt rperatlon of corporations for foreign linking nnd tho tlnnnclng of foreign i ,i.Io under tho provisions of tho Edge mi. The rules nnd regulations are iiosely drawn to protect tho public and American Interests and are designed to meet a permanent need for foreign bank ing nnd financing of trndo and com merce rather than tho advancement of Iir vate funds for tho reconstruction of v, ir sirtcken Europe. The corporations organized rrust have a lupltn! of not less than $2,000,100, they must bp American and can only i s'. rntc under permit from the Federal r'mrve Hoard. It Is expressl...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 March 1920

'S V THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920. 1R ' .i n 1 Hi If: SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD ANADA GETS NAVAL MIPS FROM BRITAIN wo Cruisers, Some Destroyers, Submarines and Mine sweepers Donated. VILL 3JU1LI) OWN FLEET bminion Also Wunts to Have Her Own It'oprcsentativo atWnJjjiyfton. j Slitf CarrtMnitiS'oi Tim Eus and Nr.w Yai(fjp)At.D. Ottawa, Out., March 21 mo acci- o polloji of C. a'JnaJIHntyne, Minister Marine, for radical .reorganization of a lloyal Canadian Navy prior to milling tho Meet was urfMlUUn caucus of tne tjpportcrs of tho aovernnicnt this morn- It was also decided to accept tne ft of ahlps from Great Britain, of two ulsore, nlons vii Rome destroyers, ihmiarlncs and Jsino sweepers. It is ft oposed lo hold tlHxpenmiuro on uio S ivy to within J2.BOO.000 for tho com h g flical year. .JTHil Koyal strength II lio divided Detwcen mu .intmu- w yielllc coasts. Tho Naval Loueso tu UctorU, H. t will bo maintained, ana it- naval VHiSCIU Esquimnuit ai...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920. REAL ESTATE NEWS imOOKIjYW MAUKET NOTES. Henry Plerson. S. Co., Inc., sold 801 resident t., a three story dwelling, to p, J. Carley. Realty Associates sold 219 to 323 Fif tieth at, between Second and Third avs, two four story doublo Hats, 25x 70x100, to Ida Koson. through Julius Small; also 17 Fort Greene place, a Ihroo story dwelling, to John W. Sparks, r.ml 2S2 Nostraml n.v., a threo story framo store and flat, to tho tenants, S & H. Uapaport. R F. Knowles Company sold 97 Wll sin St.. a three story dwelling, 20x100, for Bmcllne Brushto Abraham Schwartz. F C. Sauter Agency sold the three prorv dwelling at 323 Klghth st. for Mrs. 1'lAnne Mosebach to Mario Sager. Samuel wumAiui oc u. i.tjv siuiu w It I. Ho''kmore, builder, a plot, 80x120. in the weat side of East Klghth st, 260 leet south of Avenue K. Flatbush. g.u.r.s i.v qhkuns nonoi'Gii. Elberon apartments, 60x100, a five story house at 61 and 63 Sixth av., Long Hand I'ltv...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 March 1920

Ik 1 II 1 I ft t mm SEAL E5TAT&-0UT OF CITYL ' :' BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. yr Vork aula tal w 1 I " FOR SALE SL Faith's School at Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 1 hree-storv and cellar build ing 50 rooms, steam heat, plenty bathrooms. ftas. elec tricity water. gymnasium &c; 9 acres: ask yo.OQO. Write for booklet. 57 Liberty Street New York City Telephone Cortlandt 744 ConneetUcat r HnL HiLLsiDE CtvTTAGZ. Jut fr.l or -. I-AKK AVENUE. Coen :utwa. X J- :y :tttW for bIttt. rt ajad t a rooms. blh. tHewoly as r. J . vJ flour. ho Mr btt. Urge pflrese.: .-.nag wtt: MiUMe ff garage : tie vr; pnrM eecrjpsjarr. re from tro!7 or It"" f tw For furthsw pi-j!r M!T o MOTHER SUPERIOR. Cut of St- Ett je:), f'OT.rcT.t SU1 N J. i ' MKT PLA'fc i JEKiET i nlrt k fo.r btbroo-r.s. , . -g r"o-. f!-' h-;- e :r1t. raf:f .se om-r w.w.i.'- .1 I". JV- !M.- I'M BO-r; LHUILt rRUrLft 1 1LJ I u.l i EDW'D H. PECK, i.' ;;iov',4.rMlt DANrELXHOGAN"-T-y t ; . ... . ...... b- - .. - ' : R..ar- Jt) a:. to .. , m. r it it in ;-...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 March 1920

It,- -j f--)v--.V-"to " 'ft 4 A .,4 SITUATIONS WMTifo MALE, COri'I.K, thoroughly experienced In hotel and restaurant business in mi its brandies, auio tike full charge, wlab positions country hotel or Huh. Wrlto 11m 402. Hill .1.1 nr. DOUPLE, Italian, FlnrtiMt); chef, line cook lng; waitress, chambermaid; have .laughter. 13; first class sorvlco; city references. Tele linns 1373 Mount Vernon. 303 Proctor, Mount . Vernon. . . COUPLE, middle sgrd; wife conk n nil waitress, man houseman, lawn, useful; small adult fina lly; country; seven years lu one place; no latin-i ,Irr ; f 100. Alex Bloom, 1701 Manuloii nv., Brmi, J Col'l'LE, ilrst class cook ami butler, wish position with stnnH family; best references. tM East tOth, Plata Mil, COUPLE and child; wife excellent cook, man . i, owl gardener; small family. BaUanleu, 1 .01 Kant 6lat. I COUPLE, cook, butler for private family, ro ir.'r? preferred, Hlncs, 653 Lenox av. DRAFTSMAN, structural steel; technlcil grnd iiate, .u years' cjperlencc...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 March 1920

IB i ! , PERSONALS. .NOTICE. . reward of I0 will t paid f '" fH'ox rti name of i& atumintp whleh, abont f K'Blrtt on t.ruarj 17. 19M, ran fulling mt.'k JoUo .V. Errlw.iv bj 'l latlts, 27 .V) norm. Ioollu.1 M IS ml wutb of Csp CnMrl. po . JJ tout. Mtrru U P. MAfJGIOM A CO.. sr, savannah, (It. LOST AND FOUND. X rirt nrt no iu7,tiw. i.HM far "turn w lof..rmtmo Im-Mi l ff'OTfry J""J M'OUT sMOKS wbfcb llap?aM fr-.m Bib a.. (War tftrwoo; . ,"hVrf ladu! fanfj rliirari.r llw ihoM will b; Mri I ! nf, Uorforf auMt that tar om know In hot tbm writ or ilboM it, 'ft ISA, 7S (!Ib laissd BWr ttn:atvnt. A LIBERAL REWARD pin jor recovery w oi vfilmnnd about I', inches lonf. l inch 'K d' and onjx a tmtlnr. tot M. ? V-i,? 7 .1. uwl Broa4ar and Pu,hu2.S.''.. or Piccadilly restaurant, on TM Co" m rut with K II Hepwoojl. Job0.?- 5,,w York nly Tler.rinr, iw.kman wa. . FoUNOSmatt oil palatini. ,,"J.dT!ntj' Hlon rommunlcat. S. a. 1I0DELU Wnl UMh it. FOL'ND- r'farl ami .apphire broocn. nora nck, M.1lon S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

ft, M; ' t 1 WEATHER FORECAST. 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. Increasing cloudiness to-day; showers at night and to-morrow; colder to-morrow. Highest temperature yesterday, 68; lowest, 4 j Petsiled weather reports wtlt be found oa tbe Editorial pare. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD If VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 208-DAILY. PRICE TWO CENTS , TIIREK CENTS IN NEW YORK CITY AND SUBURBS. ON TRAINS AND KLSLAvHCRB. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, imr-&TBSSS&w . v. f Sbxm A GERMAN SOCIALISTS CHARGE L UDENDORFF WAS BEHIND REVOLT 5n General Sought Their Aid in Eecent Coup d'Etnt. rJK'POSITION SPURNED Jviipp Chosen "Decausc We Needed a Man With Steel Nerves." WANTED AID OF LABOR "Denial Is Made That Warrants Aro Out for Aircst of Ludendorff. II; RAYMOND N.WIXG. fia? i orrttpondent of Tub Sin ad New YniiK Herald. Coptnght, ISM, bv Tiis 8c.v avp New York H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

phr silN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1920. heVcr mentioned Henry to him In my" tlvo Dunn," in which theso passage life nor dirt ho over mention Henry to occur! meV I ncter tnentlonca a woman' VHo (J. B. S.) further stated that namo to Henry and never met him at la a craftcr; that his flold of any of tho times or places ho names In operation Is Brooklyn and Queens, and hlu affidavits. ' that Manhuttan and Richmond wero tho "Henry knows that I have Invent!- fleldsv of operation for his partner, Bated his hank account and that I havo j that and a former found out ho has deposited within tho pollco official shored in tholr crafUns Inst ten days an amount much larger . oporutlonn. Ho stated that lives than his salary. ... I at tho rate of 120,000 o year on a salary .miKinonta ho makes in Ills af- nf!2.MO! that anil WCra fldivlts aro absolutely laughable. Can fton seen dlnlne together, particularly III lOUUIU. IYJ1U1U lltU . VJ vj w-v.i. ns much as $30 for dinner; said that Dct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK. HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1920. 3 I WILSON VIEW OF BOLSHEVIKI AMAZESPARIS Prom Arctic to Black Sea T?cds Have Not a Single Adversary. MAXCE HAS PEACE OFFER Why Not Accept the Situation mid Itccognizo Thorn V tho 3Iatin" Asks. with President Wilson's bailer that Ilus. wo. Is "coming back' by noxt autumn to participate In any administration of Con stantinople and tho Straits Ih a diplo matic puzeIo hero. No Change of Ilnnt Seen. No clinngo 1ms occurred In ttio Uolblic. vist Government Itself us yet to Indlcato any cnungo or ncart by tlto real "Ited" lenders or to suggest their Intentions to esiaunsn weniMivos tho Kind of a rov. ernmcnt President W'IIbou Ih credited with envisaging, Tho tendency here seems to bo to rccognlao facts as they art. For Instance, tho Matin risks: "Would it not bo better to accept frankly tho situation than to seek to re vive the civil war Just finished In Itus sla? Would It not bo better to seek to dive to this sick country what It need...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

THE SUtt AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1920. -i HITS LLOYD GEORGE IN FRENCH CHAMBER 31. Iinrtliou Says British Pre mier Urged Stem Notes to Germany. SIGNED IJV CLEMENCEAU Trance Left Alone, but Has ' yotltin? to Hide and Is Xot Militarist. rAr.ts.3rar'li:3. A V'-v "tMcl: upon Llu: il Georse was mailt i.. Chamber or Deputies to-day by Jean Louis Bar thou. a former Trench Trcmlcr. In con nation with the Uiscustlon of France's forclsn policy. JI. Uarthou declared the British rreniter was In agreement with the AHUs in the sending of stern Sterling Silver of Distinctive Design also a notable stock of Pearls Precious Stones Jewelry Watches Stationery . Silver Plate REED&BARTON CTAUHIO HI WOULD LIMIT SALE OF MONKEY GLANDS Physicians Want Law to Regu late Use of Lifo Prolong ing Preparations. EVENING IS TIME TO KISS Science Finds That as Day Progresses Germs Vanish From Girls' Lips. IIUILllalO IMS JEWELERS & SILVERSMITHS FIFTH AVENUE AT47tST. 4-MAIDEN LANE. nous to Germany ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1920. B HEAD ON COLLISION! n a All Aboard! The Greit Araerlctn ' Speciil "Mid Ruih." Deilinalion Lord Knowi Where. Thounndj, j milliont whining thru lime. Yein, rmIeitoneithejpimeni nolhing to them. Danger lijmU ignored. BANG! and the hih ways and bjwaja are strewn with wreckage and the lives of those aio couldn't or icouldn't foresee that diuegarding their future would surely bring disaster. All Clear Ahead and Parlor Car Accommodations for those who Slop Look and Listen. You Get $10,000 Cash at definite ge or it you die. m tomorrow the entire $10,000 goes to )our family. We will show ou in a fire-minute interriew that you get this J 1 0,000 C-A-S-H simply by depositing with us quarterly, semi-annually or an nually 2Vi to AV jou wish to accumulate. BRILLS SCOTT Lije Insurance on a Business Basil 516 Fifth Avenue at 43d Si. Phone Murray Hill 1150 IK ! i m m a m m i via SEiMlii&H' atrnTr"'""'" EASTER Oii.'.iidcn the hearts of your ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

-a O 4 h SiTk Sun THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED NBW; YORK. FIUD-VYjMAnCKJII THE flUN.HEBAIJJ cpKI'OKATION. Publishers. SfcO Broadway. Frank Mun.ey. '"'2fP'iVm T Ervln Wrdmn. VIM.prMn Wm. T. Dewart, Vlcc-presldent and Treasurer, u. H, Tlthcrln;ton, Secretary. i. NKWHSTANII I'BICES. Uallr. two rtnU n copy In' New Tork lly "nd aubi.ru. uml three ''?; Hherot Sunday, lite cental eNewhere, ten cents. MAIL SUDSCItll'TIOS HATES. nnirt of MUalsalppI Itlver! One Pit .One .Vi.. n... m v.,.,. Months. Monih. DAYLr SUNDAY. .11 LOO J 00 1.00 linMt oFth, MJPP Hirer ami i a iu. . Sumtay editions. FOREIGN RATES. nuv ft SUNDAY.. $M.O0 Jis.jvj D.VfLY only.. 18.no U.00 SUNDAY only 0.W - in rhivka money orders, sc., $2 40 1.50 .Ml to be mado payable, to The Sun-Herald. European Edition. rubllhed In Parla every day In the year. Trice In rarta 23 centime, dally and ""PAH'S OFFICE, 4B AVENUE DE J.' OPE It A Information concerning advertising ratee for tho European Edition may bo obtained from the main Now Yo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

THE' SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, ' MARCH 26, 1920. 4 SOLDIER-PAINTER TO MARRY MISS MERCEDES DE ACOSTA Poetess of Society Engaged to Mr. Abram Poole of Chicago. Miss Mercedes ilo Acosta, one of the nost versatile young women of society, w,ll Iio married to Mr. Abram Poole, i.iMier-palntcr, of Chicago and New V.iik, and brother of Mr. Ernest Poolo, : ovo'.lst. Their engagement was an t uiinccd yesterday by her mother, Mrs, Jilcardo do Acosta of S30 Park avenue As ii debutanto Miss de Acosta took a hading part In the social and char itable activities of the young set, cspe (i illy those of the Junior League. Her originality llrst showed Itself In a vol i,n r at poems. Then she appeared as an jinatetir playwright, being one of the mil iterators In the musical comedy hat Next," which ran n week for a Ir. ai charity In tho Princess Theatre t-t month. At that tlmo It became , n that sho was at work on a serl a ,s drama. She Is a sister of Mrs. Itlta i . ,ig and Mm. Orcn Hoot of New Yo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

Xr -fvr, I . .H irArTf TTTin A t T"v Tinm A If "r A T)1TT Off 1AOA 8- 4 THE SUN AINU JNJ-VV lUiui nmt,t---, jivauax, urv-n, -u, -gu. Defeat of Mrs. R. H. Barlow by Miss Elaine Rosenthal Removes Title Holder From lmdSGToey PRINCE OF WALES HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS 1 JAY GOULD WINNER . R. H. BARLOW ( Easterners Who Even Basketball Series With Weaterne ' 'it , , 'Wff. IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT r ComW, 1920. by The Sun-lHrtld adoration. ,L05E5 GOLF TIM; AT COUKT mm J8 Defeated nt rincliurst 2 and 1 by Miss Elaine Hosen- I thai. , 3IIIS. D. C. HUM) WINNER Medallist Comes Tliroiifrlt to North and South Semi-final , After Hard Match. I fpM to THE Sin xB M V-s tit-ID , PiNBJicesT, N. C, March 25 --'Mm. -Ittnald II. Barlow, the North nnd Souf champion, went down to defeat to-day t tho hands of Miss Elaine lio-nnth ,! of Chicago in the second match round of the women's North and South tourna ment by 2 and 1. Mrs. Dor-thy Ctmp Wl Hurd, the medallist, came throush ii the semi-finals by defeat'ng Mr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

fH-f 9 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1920. Before Noted Throng Carpentier Engages in His First Boxing Contest in America in Ballroom of Commodore Hotel BROOKLYN AGAIN SHUT OUT YANKS Crippled by Accidents and Ill ness American Languors Lose, 2 to 0. SCORE IS FIVE STHAIGHT Pip) it nd Fcwfitcr Arc Hurt and Forced to Drop Out of Gnnip. Ily WILLIAM II. 1IANXA. ft,, ml to Tub Sun and Nsw York Heiuld. .lAi'h-soNVii.r.K, Kin., March 25. Thp Tanlcec H.iseball Club, badly crippled by accidents and illness, was beaten by the lirooltlyns this afternoon for tho fl f tli consecutlvo time. Th; scoro was : to 0 and it was tho third shutout of tho berles for tha hitlers Yanks, who I liave undo only three runs in tho five games and none in their last two. """" Tor most of the game! not n regular j.'aod In tho Yankeo lnflcld. In lleldlne irartieo a ball thrown by Muddy ItucI, the catcher, hit Walter I'lpp, who didn't know It was romlnp, on the side of the Kvl Walter wasn't badly hurt,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

10 THE SUtf AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1920. Jt , . ; 45 SELECTED ISSUES OF CONSERVATIVE INVESTMENTS TO Vir.l.l) VltOL'T 512C to 8lo Railroad Bonds Public Utility Bonds Industrial Bonds Short-Term Securities .vn'J (or Circular No. 1691 ( niism alive Invt -.tnirnw" SpencerTrask&Co. 25 Broad Street, NewYork AI.IMNV HOSIOV CHICAGO M rolMTs V Virk Mock htrnan-ji;. L AI.IMNV M rolMTs FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES. Thursday, March 25, 1920. 1920. Day's sales 1,237,251 Year to date 63,827.963 1919. 641,050 42.6S6.867 1918. 335,216 32,878,466 After Early Sharp Drop Mar ket Firms and Stocks Rally and Close Generally Up. -Cioilnr.- UM. I .Mk. IDIT.I tin t ! Sl (Open- 34 42 75 2 2U 42 SPECIALTIES LEAD GAIN sen t 47U Money Continues High, but in Adequate Supply Sterling Makes New Itecord. Motor Wheel 1 Corporation Cumulative First Preferred Stock A Preferred Stock of unusual invest ment merit. 100 and accrued dividends Circular upon request tor ,D-!0i...

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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