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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

11 i i ' - -- '' r 1 ' ' THtf SUN AND NBW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MAlfcH 26, 1920. GENERAL MOTORS 1 I'll . . : 1 f 0 Our service meets the needs of those interested in odd lots, whether for cash, on margin or partial payment. Harts home, Fales & Co. Member t N. Y. Stoe Exehanit 71 Broadway 3 elephant 7810 Holding Green. Investment Securities R.C.Megargel&Co. 27 Pine Stieet-'Neftrt&ift. W. F. Ladd & Co, Investment Securities New York IS TO CUT A MELON Declares Quarterly Dividend of o. 1.9 P. fl. rnsli riiifl 2 1.9 . P. 0. in Now Common. STOCK IS ON 20 V. C. BASIS Investment Yield on Both Is sues Thus Becomes About 12 1-2 Tor Cent. , Developments in the oil situation we causing n keen interest in the "well established oil companies A discussion and analysis on :S9NCLA1 R ; CONSOLIDATED is pertinent at this time because of these developments and par- ticularly from the market stand . point. Also FIVE ACTIVE STOCKS thr.t, regardless of market factors, maintain their leaders...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1920., 12 THE SU1 Candy Stocks HuyVtr's stock changed hands at $25,01)0 a share. Lowney's stock .advanced from $75 to $240 a share. For Rage & Shaw stock $200 was recently bid. The United States during the year 1910 increased its exports of j candy tenfotd over 1918. ( Zjugc profits await the discrim- ! inating investor whs, buys stocks in established candy companies. i Send for our hoktX E-12, ( Profits in America's Ex- 1 panding Candy Industry." 1 Free upon rej-jut Rasmussen.Rundquist J ! & Co. j I Investment Securities j 50 Broad St. New York ' , Tel. Broad 227-228-229. MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS BlioiCT TERM NOTE 9. nid.Aaked. 04 J( 05 oo ioo;, cVcorlty. Icate. Due. AmCMtonOU....O HepU 2,'Zi .MHieiAl iej o AnTtJATel 6 J5nThrtadCo....a .VmTobjcoCo.,.T .VmTobK5coCo...7 AmTobccoCo...7 AmToberoCo...7 AtucondaCopCo.o ArmourACoConva ttt.lhSteelCrp...7 BethSteelCorp. . . 7 Canadian Paclty.vi CVntralArglty. . .0 C.C.ClsLRyCo.O CuhAmSulLlcn,.a Oc...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1920. 13 ' 9 l4 ! r. to 1.01 III 3 I'- a TO FINANCE SALES k)F COPPER ABROAD olm ! Hynn Snys Credits Ar ranged and Foreign l)c- ninnd Tremendous. j:iinopK"s supply is idw Amcrirnu Producers Hold Only flocks Available for Now Consumption. 1 o oi 10 Is uslnp copper ut a greater j .J ihn:i ever before, ncconllnjr to an I stiK.iti"n which litis Juu Iwcn com p cijd by ih'! Copper Export Association, jv.n IV Ity.ni, Its president, declared . .jii tiny that from April 1, 1919, to (-Jl 1, 195", nioro copper will be used Jho I'nltcd States and abroad than .my . thtr previous year, not excluding i -.w.ir yeat.". !b issuing a statement In behalf of sjaswi'iation Mr. Hyan declared that i .'filiation' wore proceeding for foreign t-Ti.Jg, as i ledltfl had heen arranged, nJ tliat the forolgn demand for copper v limited only liy the credit with mill bi i stalillshftl by tho prospective r .thajer?. Ills statement follows: Ji jem ago this month tho repres...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

""awtwpf THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY MARCH 26, JI920. i jr W 11 -I J-X SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD ' , t I 1 i. m r.l. I rixu.1 "4th sir Ilillsboie'ilh County. Phlll I v FOREIGN WEATHER CABLE- nffifiTff a&r"T " . "ffifT'T r 9ET NOTICE TO MARINERS TUB SVS ASD THE NEW YORK HERALD'S Ship News Office is adjacent to the Barge Office at the Bat leiij. Telephone 1572 Broad. CLOSING OF MAILS. too neti was ln"lie,i tbc IUt Coast !blpb.lllUltig f.. r.r- itr lli.v Yrantatlantic Mailt. FRIDAY. MAtH il p..,nl str mat'l--. .'.! atfrday. Minni Kurope. Africa and West A. (: "'V'?. r-t mill, for Great lirltaic. In- and and the ..intrle mentioned In Note A belo. atr ..rk. 1 AM ihip IrfW VM. , , . ... . i vi.ry I.'amls nrt r ents. Me'il a; .l Tsturie. o M-.pvo. ir r I.oes v L.i's S AM. ,"rsnte. other .'nr.H ila Irnee els'. ir.fl po-t nails f.r Kim e and the "..nlrt; . entt"t.ed in Wf II tel. s'r La f-a'o:e. M sip 11.50 AM' ..ermanr: also ns'.-e' net tna..:a n.r A-.etria and !...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

wW -r-.rt i- -iff rT yj rtr 'Vr-V TIHE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1920. 15 4 A GERMAN SHIP PLOT I AROUSES U. S. LINES ,TTeal of Owners' Association Kjiliilna Sclicmo to Cnn tnro World Trade. ' gfeEK AMERICAN VESSELS V ffcr of Earnings to Govorn- ,ment llegardcd as -Unit .o '2 Sccuro Use of Fleet. i . I. i ! The scheme of Hamburg-American line fwuolcra to win back nomo of their lout - . . . i . . . . 1 1 1 i i i world iraae uy uuuzinK wiiiicntuii ainia 21 he allocated by tho Shaping Hoard, the Meral Government to receive the earn- itfts of the fleet, was furthor dlscdssed jKsierday by H. II, Raymond, president ot the American Steamship Owners' As tSclatlon, and tho Clydc-Mallory line. Sho association opposed the plan and Wtit resolutions to tho Shipping Hoard lffotestlng against It. Mr. Raymond Bald that the company Interested In obtain Tg Shipping Hoard tonnngo was tho . .unican Ship and Commcrco Corpora tion, generally known as tho Kerr line. " meriiMn steamship off...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

10 CITY REAL ESTATE. From Battery to Mil. M- Inclusive, pott kkm l i K rrltM "V tl..tu., i 'Hlns. 11 ,," Wr,w. .r hr.AL nsT.m (ii"ill, I. !. r- n-v- la'i"- .Vw If. rl . i.se tf Hi M to S0.li (Inclusive). I.t liner t orth Hlr F. B. ROBERT "ftSIE4 47th St. near 5th Ave. I.tinm.: Hojs- FaltIt. piinlon. a i a.iv i.'VHii .ocriiii. . tt .'. mi Jsv-.gli' business deslr 'i i.Ji .iiti .f n aHst to , , , a. , , .n'n&'e 0fliin;, oolv . - . 'ml. .'res' ffI'l" '!. ,JK l reuti wir VJ eipentes. H. J nn,l l-,nti"n ' Ci r.Vi .'i w loiHir'r- f-r ). Kt 'im lt .t : iii W dsv: . n. i. '.Hi and terms rrsnze.t. best thtrg .. .7 , i S,.r'iv. lUKIIIL A. BAXTER. t. I'll O' llil.L residues f ' rater ' j '.. In 'IK- ""'km O-fnbtr I '1,1 -ivure 'r SBIiSieir-ct of filw; fot r ,B.; -,i j-mnii: ti.art) '"p: )if; pries jir"."! st-- an . hum; iii'!i!i:!li-";-5'' ' ' "j ik bvi f' '; i'i!' Ms; J: ' , , ji . iierti Park hjtI M lw.n avs , . ',,.1 I ry fc'jS J-a. rrl-e I i,t i Il'lf"1 (itMn;rl srl kn n-, ,-ssary , HU...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

APARTMENTS FURNISHED. Itiyni it find iiroauwny iieauurnuy inrnisneu ; nr,iivi-.aiauagrr, ivasiiiiisiuii eliht room comer npartmcnt, two baths, offira large manufacturing company, will iT.i Cathedral M2S Wiiroaoiil other repulablo concern to rcduco ."rlZlrTuV? " , Sift"""1. tP.. consulting, kItm lrruc ' , rT.it.,ii. l. 1 lion lo msnufscturo or IniProvu any prvpnra .HI Drive 7 rooms; laill fiillr fiirnUheJ t0. nm phnrinaccutlcnl, toilet goods, extracts, 4, ver. mien, ih.iuu, .nn..i., w "u'""i , onl 11WII UCUHti I Ul IUII.Ui mui lui'fcciua ii for nppuiutnicnt. 7 i'ii 43t West. Threw rooma anil batli, otnplAI! iiirne-iinu, iiih-h, iiiTcrnnrvi .onabi. Apartment 3U. Telephone s a . APARTMENTS UNFURNISHED. PrmrTluniieiry liTIt ST., 145 West Two rooma, ateam, irquct floors, electrlo light, tolcphone, Above 11th St. to 6DII1 St. (Inclusive), Ent Klver to North River. A Fine Studio, Ktli Vnnly linltOf, 65 Bast QUID t. . living room and bedroom; running tier and connecting- bath; aeparato en- ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1920. 18 PERSONALS. finv TWi lf lit of Kwtoal'". . t . "for fated i Irt n.5. SfiUuTTUtiNTno,mrIy "'."'fi m. Ann. H,-mm. l Ka-t 7lh .t . . P;" mur.u A- ith Mr sdiwf-r. ln'nf,ui"; TbbT AND FOUND. A rewirf a to oiiMtioo. V'p'ISps k.t. i ,i,i,,- ftffprtxoD. n trcouot or meir TO TRY M'MULIIN IN FEDERAL COURT Jliinlfr Case Against Accused Pry Agent Shifted by Writ of Habeas Corpus. V . kjnl fit (114. ." cf " in;, for. ...wt th-t i.r - aUut itria wrlreor leiiT''' ' ' JtlVH. 7 . 'i i H . Ijuhj IlasJ P( Int- XI. Ajlnr l-,My or between Ilomn or n.) lintel A.tor, lioeral reward. Boom Mir Time timMinr tOST-A platinum livpin with sereti m.n di!in.nt,.ll ..ml one l.nre diamond ! m inl kt.il oi.t diamond miMii.e small leaf b.tcfn ch diamond, tin n lu three tr !- I n t inch wiile lo-l some time on Y,,e.l..r M .rrti y. Reward ' re funifd to r. m i t ti it. i.sn urottuway. Circle .in or !..tlt lbru..rr .'". .K'c,f' the nam. ..f Mrs. Melsln- M. Uwllttle I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 March 1920

WEATHER FORECAST. Clearing1 to-day; to-morrow fair; mod crate winds, mostly southwest and west. Highest temperature yesterday, 55; lowest, 47. Detailed weather report will be found on the Editorial pare. ,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. NEW HERALD VOL. LXXXVIL NO. 209-DAILY. GERMAN LABOR COMPELS CHARGES TRAFFIC IN REPUBLICAN DELEGA TES; NAMES WOOD AND LOW DEN JURY TO PROBE 'MAGISTRATE IN ; ! HENRY CHARGES I DUBLIN SLAIN AS BA UER CABINET TO RESIGN; MUELLER TO BE NEW HEAD IN VICE EXPOSE CROWD LOOKS ON Arn TttF .TLX JL JL JL JL JUL ' - "TTI ... a. ..... PRTf!F, TWO CENTS , tents . MT?.W YORK. SATURDAY. . MARCH 27. . iyZU.- '.i7,: it 0 iw ym. h. 1. , IV ty "and siraimiw. ! ox toains and elsbwhebf. TTTT ;i ' ' . . - " .. - . - Idaho Senator Calls for tfull Publicity in Asking Preventive Law. MICKS A SPEEDY CUPB Averts Two Democratic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 March 1920

Kir It l 4 i1! ;! 1 '1 I I r? r , 15 4 been nililtiK for the instruction of tlio military machlno and for revolutionary socialization. May 12nd Ilusiliin Influence. With thin pronouncement the Inile pendent SoclulUU Of tir-rn.iny break nway Anally from HusHlan Influence, where liei-ftnfnrt they have gained their mauft Impetus. It Is rcgurded here n'i lilclily dsnlrtcant that these Mate nientfl by tho lndependentu are made now hint before tho election, became, while the Independents arc likely to become the majority wlnff of tho party. Hutu H no theoretical division of the J-oft i.j in event a union of tho two ,UTh're Ftill iire fommunlsts In Oct wan), and tht number of men avowedly opting the name posstbly Is Rreater lo-dny than It wd a fortnight ago. In deed. It Is expected that some of tho Left wing Socialists, disappointed by thei ontenatlw action of their leaders, will desert to the Communist Deputies. Tho action of the executive committee of the independents means a victory for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 March 1920

0 PARTY LEADERS OF MISSISSIPPI PUT WOOD FIRST louden Sentiment Next in , strength, "While Harding Hanks in Third Place. '.M'ADOO ECLIPSES KIVALS l(Micr and Palmer Considered Also by tlio Democrats, Hrvnn lieiiif? Ignored. MISSISSIPPI. I j i n twelve delegates from Mississippi t il Republican national Convention In i 1 1. ik.i "111 voto for Major-Gen. Leon h 1 Wood for Presidential candidate If t ,. follow out Uto preferences of that ,m 11. a.H Indicated In the poll of tho ( , utit loaders ns taken by THE SUN am new York Herald. im. Frank O. Lowdcn of Illinois Is ns irly tho second choice as Wood Is tli.. tli.t Apparently they know no other cnndl dates In Mississippi other than Wood, Lowdcn nnd Harding. Tha General not w.proxlnmtely 73 per cent, of all tho first choice" ballots, while Lowden nptuml 17 per cent, nnd tho Ohio Sen ator 10 per cent When It cntne to second choice Low 1'. n pollpd 61.5 per cent., with Wood ,.,.! Harding dividing tho remaining on. evenly. There Is no prefer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 March 1920

T?HB SUN AND NEW YORK -BtERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. 3E SCANDAL TO 0 BEFORE JURY ecn inllll Aocjnllia i Mil j. With pendent nway fl wIkuoJ com rr Page. " JiBl Weeks, yesterday, for pernils ,ilillih two panes of the minutes il mi'i. J inordinary Urand Jury. They l;if, Jlr. Hwann aaM. that In- ,h" llenry a wltncu before the "f, January iiail ttlven James E. wtnut c""11 ''I'1- T1' re'lurt wns ' -j.,,ntlro Weeks saylnc lw had no many rclcal ""' l'rt of U"J ln,m,t'" roSwanit said that In his opinion r-lo-tli by Pollen Conitnl"!lo!ier Knrlnht dtci.' than criminal piosecutlon nhould l.cf treatment of Iiupertor Henry. '0,y J. as shown himself unfit to ho In v-HWird Department," the District At fy'jaM. "11" pritenda that he Knew c(tn."' thiUKs t'i eai' a;-o which he 'ntion In hU offidalt, yet he has Jji tliLin hei rct until now. II' has been ! offlio forty times In thf last two sirsinnj never mentioned Jim Smith to j believe it Is for Mayor Hylan to cCOnjctind that charges he made again...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK, HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. 4H- WOULD LEND STATE FUNDS FOR HOUSING Gov. Smilli Sends a Jlndlcnl Jlcport of Reconstruction Uonrd to Legislature. HCIUTKCTS TO COMPETE ( onslnielion ofllonics of Mod erate Price, s Ono of Para mount Aims. - ..' i ii u Sim and ?Ckw York Histuin. i pint, Marvli 2C Iladlcal proposals : ' mado by tlio liouslnc committee of i nii'onstructlon CommlRsIon in a rc I mado to-day to Gov. Smith and ; ,i 1-mutejl to tho Legislature. Tho i. ommendatloriH nro tho outgrowth of a u s ptudy of tho housing crisis as ,. . d ly the Governor's 'committee. viuptiun of a Constitutional amend i r. i to permit tho lending of tho State's : r.da "on a largo scale at low rates to fl In the construction of moderate ; . crl hornea" Is suggested by the com l ii i.i. ufter statins that tho programme t i iii submitted by tho Legislature Is ,"ly ,i temporary expedient nnd does ni look in a permanent solution of the lu'Mitis problem. Another far reaching propos...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. ; - 4 ! n i N fi! 1 m i.t! 4 -.1 Z RED'S CONVICTION i SIMPLIFIES OTHERS 3rcro jromliorsliip in Commn- nlst Party Froof of liiuit, Jury Finds. STRENGTHENS STATE LAW Whriteky Ts Liable to Ten Years Imprisonment Un der the Verdict. The contention that mere mombjwhlp "ihr Communist Party U auBfttent Around for conviction under the criminal narchy statute of thl' Stat. up held yctcrJay when a jury returned a verdict of Bullty alntt Harry M' , . iu-c. .ocretary or ItsKy, lormeny Iha organliatlon In this city. According to Alexander 1. norlC As the conviction liUtit District Attorney makes It possible for the buie u... tla to proccrd against all Communists who, by reason of citizenship, may have escaped deportation. . Mr. Rorke added that n , the .case, o several Communists who have been con vlcted under the criminal anarchy stat S other 'h"8e.-mh.ned with that of membership so U at the clause of the Stat- law "'0 toVn k felony for any...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOBK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD j NOTICE TO THE SUN AND THE NEW YORK HERALD'S Ship News Office is adjacent to the Barge Office at the Bat tery. Telephone 1572 Broad. CLOSING Transatlantic Malls. SATt'ltDAY. MARCH '.'7. Fiimi Africa and West Ala (): also parrel T t mulls Inr llreut llrltain, Ireland and the ' iin.le mentioned In Nolo A below, air New V rk AM .fill) fli.K) AMI. Siu ii ii; nlM nuirel post malls for Sian. i miKiT Island and Ceiitn, Melllla nd Tauiii-r In Mnrnrm, str 0 Ixipi'i y Jx)pi7., V.' SI. i -ainc other countries via Franco I'll nUn rir.i-l niHt mall f.ir France and tlx countries Rifiiiloiipil In Note 11 below, air la Savole. H:.10 AM .up 11:30 AMI. '.rrmany; aim parcel post mails fur Or n.mr vnHrla and OTeelio-SlovaMa. atr Man cMiu 12 M (Klin IS '30 I'M). llatj in. air San Ulovannl, 7 AM". MONDAY. MAltCU 19. T '"'id . atr Sanlnrcm. -S0 AM s. ill vfrlea: also psrrol post malls fnr 1'nlon .' s-Miii Afr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 March 1920

THE SUN" AND NEW YORK HERALD. SATURDAY, MARCH .27, 1920. 8 4-r Sun AND THE NEW YORK HERALD, FOUNDED ISM-IMS. J.EW yOHK. SATURDAY. MARCH 7, 1020, 1 Tllherlnitton, Secretary. NinVKhTANH I'MVr.H. , Dally. l.rriil copy I" .'k. """'mail subscription hates. Cast of Mlwlslppl ... One nitia' Will T Kor a1' nolnu west of the fi . , Hher add 1 a your for dally or dally and jmljY editions. KOltUUJN HATES. 0 Ml Y A SUNDAY.. $20.00 IIJ-JJ DAILY only . K9 " fcUNDAY onl All check mntiT orders, ,c--mad rayabc t0 Th Fun-Heralo. IJ.40 1.80 .to to be European l.umon. . .. . ... ...... ........ -iv in the vear. Price In Paris 23 centime, dally anu EJPAK1S OFFICE. 49 AVENUE -DE L?nKVlon concerning advertising rate; 'or the European Edition mjy M oDiaineu from, the main Now York otflce. Tho Associated Pre.. It ":" '".j titled to tho us for rcpiib lcitl on n t nil news iieapaie nf noun- - . r,ii!,i n th Ik D.ipcr ana also the local ricwa published herein. .,,, , All rluhta of republication of spedal &...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 March 1920

American and French Art at Colony Club International Exhibition Pre sents Work of Both Na tions' Grcn,t Artiste. Carefully chosen and carefully hung s nn exhibition of French ana Amort cm paintings opened yVsterday In tho Mlruom of tho Colony Club. It In by I.i- ilio most ambitious and most sue ! -.if ul arrangement of International nrt fiat has been attempted hero this year. 1 contains splendid examples of the H u or some of tnc greatest fl,7iire3 .i modem French nrt history, and the ,i mci lean contributions hold their own i :h the French productions both In (i piousness nnd charm. Such an exhibition Is a public benefit. , few people, such as tho critics for (hi- dally press, for Instance, have seen . .I.. n.rt,,,fia In .Ma AvhlMHrm tit nn. ume or another, since all of them have j .. .. ..iiv im,v rti.rm th oast ! k . ,rs, but the assembly of these rks fmn the private collections where I d odgedP "r from tl,.. artists or ; ,l,r who own the remainder, makes , 1. 1.. ii,i,f u.iii nx...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 March 1920

XjlClTllo LCJCCIL RED SOX BLANKED BY M'GRAW'S TEAM After Suffering: Two Defeats Hie Ginnts Mnnngo to De feat Kiviils. MBTTLK HUM HE QUESTION Xallin and Klein Will Displace Breiinnii for Host of Tour AViili the Sox. Hy UANir.L. fjwful to Tub Sun ami New Youk 1Imui.i. Hoi-ston, Tex., March i" "" cleats tho (Hants stoj.jx-.l their los ng tmiik mill defeated llic Hed Box tills r-fteriioon. Tlic scoro was 1 to 0. Ivich ,lub now lias won throe games. Two contests will be played In New Orleans for which city the combined forces left thTho Glnms won to-day. but It was not entirely their fault, for they wore, their run on a wild throw by Unite lloyt. tho pitcher who onco was wan the New York club. John McOraws Bthlotw continued their weak work w til io bat and got only three scattered sln MM, all off lloyt In the first nvo Innings. They could not find l'ennock In the last three. The New Yorks aro duo for a blK revival of their early strength with tho willow, for they got only four lilts, yes...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 March 1920

4 11 " 1 1 tl ' Telephone Girls Applaud Conway When He Runs Off Jl - .--'- - - . -- ' - CONWAY THE VICTOR IN STAR 440 YARDS Wins Fcatuvo Event nt the " Telephone Society 0 nines. LARGE CROWD PRESENT Hollo Girls Applaud Willio Walker, Who Wins Obstacle Rnec. The Telephone Society held Its annual canifs and tlunco hu.t night at tho Sov-cnt.-ftrst UeKlment Armory in tho pres fiirc of "n enormous crowd. A number ct dosed events nnd other novel compe tition delighted tho siicctatoi s, tho main Attraction beliiR a 110 Invitation, but wh.'n it camo to n, coiunetltlon It was slmpJ ono man nuair. mini, n. of tho Mornlnirslilo A. C. rep- rented the . ommerclul dMartment o j tho MnnlMttan-nrons Bervlcc nnd ho led mm the Hart and won as he liked by I in. n vnr.m M Iho hello Rlrls npplandcd W. U. or hn 4ork5 for tlTplant of tho Maulm ttan-nronx department. In the , on. up obstacle race ho shot through tho barrel like an eel nnd slid under-' neath tho net like a cat, leaving his op- j ,,onenf8 v....

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. — 27 March 1920

THJS SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. Phone, Itcctor 5000 JosepMhal & Co. 120 Broadway, New York Mtmltts New York Slock Exchange FINANCIAL 1WS AND COMMENT Foreign Securities Private Wires to Principal Cities n Filial llour Slocks, Led ly Steel Coiiiiiion, Drive Rap idly Forward. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES. Friday, March 26, 1920. 1920. 1919. Day's sales 1.410,377 905,100 Year to date., 07,238,3-15 43,091,907 1918. Kx. closed 33,878,406 GOSSIP OF WAIL STREET, r-CKnlng.-, Illd. I Ait. MUCH LOSS HECOVBRKD Money Fuses During' After noon Sterling Continuc's to Climb. J. K. Kice, Jr. & Co. Buy & Sell Winchester Com. Empire Steel & iron Com. & Pfd. Mech.& Metals Bk. "Rights" Bank of Manhat'n Amer. Cyanamid Com. & Pfd. Great Amer. Ins. Mat'l Fuel Gas American Piano Com. & Pfd. J.K.Rice,Jr.&Co. l'l ones 4000 io 4010 John 30 Wall St , N. V. Oil Corporation Common Stock Boiight-Sold- Quoted Circular on Request. MOORE, LEONARD & LYNC...

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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