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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 March 1920

13 THE SUN AND NEWYQRK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. FIRST BRITISH GOLD DDE HERE TO-DAY Wireless Ifcpoi-ts $10,000,000 Is on Lapland Uoimd for New York. SI 0,01)0,000 MORE OX WAY JMimntes Aro That $B5,000, 000 Is in Ottawa Awaiting Shipment to U. S. T!o flit tniiiort of gold to be sent 1 1 ro by tlin British Government In an t pipution of tho $300,000,000 Anglo lYenrh loan maturity on October 15 la on the steamer Lapland to tho amount of l ",000,000, according to wireless re tou nveived In this city yesterday. .1 i ndiiaional amount of $10,000,000 is i.,.w on route from Knirland to JCcw inri, In addition, further amounts of (. .id. estimated In authoritative circles i.t $3;,.ouu,u00, is domiciled at Ottawa, ! a d'fr been brought from London via JI;iliiH.. 'J'bero arrived yesterday fl ::,ooo cpld consigned to Kuhn, Loob I Co, who purchased tho gold In .the opiMi market In London on Its arrival f- mi fuuth Africa. A fov days ngo Ji.i j".00, u'so consigned to Kuhn, Locb I. i'u. arm...

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. — 27 March 1920

i M 14 OPERATORS ACQUIRE JOHNSTON BUILDING Minnie! limim & Lowinc Bros. Jiuy 17 Story Structure in Financial District. WAS HELD AT .95,000,000 Ilciiltv MiirUet Maintaius Its J'irnini'hS and Tone in City ami Suburbs. The Jolinnton Bulldlnc, a seventeen story striirturo at 30 to 36 Uroad street and 3" una 32 New Ftrect and 64 and UG KxchaiiRt) place, one of tliu bent Known buildings In the nnnnolal district, Hnd valued at nbout $5,000,000. 1ms liecn pin chased by llnrrjs and Maurice Jlondclbaum and Fisher & Irvine I. l-wlnu through the llrown, Wheclock 'jinKiii, Inc., from Kmlly J. de Forest nnd others. The property occupies the entire southerly side of Kxchanfio plan- from Hioad to New street, and fronts SS feet on llroail street, S7.1U feet on New street umt 119.10 feet on Exchange place It had been In the hands of the sell erjt since 1S31, when tho Uroad street rjid of the plot was purchased, and In i$io the balance of tho plot through to New street was secured and the pres...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 March 1920

4 1 .'HE SUN. AND NEW VORK HERALD, SATURDAY, MARCH 27, 1920. 15 BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. I'riiii Battery to 14th tit., Inclusive. Two Connecting Floors 14,000 Square Feet of the finest office space in lower New York available at once. Space consists ot two entire floors (7,000 Ft. each) Splendidly located modern 23 story building Also have basement store particularly suitable for restaurant. Desirable Offices Ready May 1st. 150 Nassau Street Apply to agent on premises or your own broker. Abois Hth St. to BOth St. (Inclusive), , Ka.t Hlver to North ltlver. FOR RENT FOR PERIOD OF ABOUT 4& YEARS . 3 FLOORS 10,000 SQUARE FEET EACH Modern fireproot sprinklered building. Heavy construction Light on all sides One floor available in Mav Others following PASBACH-VOIC E c ORNER 25TH SI. AND 11TH AVE., NEW YORK CITY. CM" 61'l)- on Youn own drokkk. linrnugli of llroni 148th ST. & 3rd AVE. NEW BUILDING ' r nnd mo Insldo atore.s, alio t' 'eaa from May 1st. I Mi. ulars, J. CLARENCE DA VIES,...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 March 1920

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

Til I m MW,. 9 V 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. Fair to-day ; to-morrow faJr and warmer? moderate northwest winds, becoming variable. Highest temperature yesterday, 58; lowest, 45, Detailed wither reports will bo found on paxe !1. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 210 DAILY. 92 PAGES. POLICE SCANDAL NOW UP TO TWO GRAND JURIES Keffiilar Inquiry Ts in Full 13 suiiiir: 1 111 1 in 1 1 n 11 111 -"(- 7 Itesume on Tuesday. TALKFESTS TO CEASE JSm.Wh to Help liand AVilli Secret "Work of Extraor dinary Body. HVLAX TO ATLANTIC CITY (Tim Smith Honrs Crap (inmcs Shocked Madison Square Garden at Bicycle Race. The Lxtraordlnary Grand Jury lias ttt 10:30 o'clock Tuesday morning as; the time when It will reconvene, after several weeks of Inactivity, and begin digging into the row between the po lice and the. District Att...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

tssaK I'dflL o . wta iSn Mnro' a prcpon doranro of powor In the vmJouj treaty , commissions wouw u ' . .v. WORKERS' ARMY IS FOUND LEADERLESS Dutch Correspondent De scribes Scene at Wesel. woTS avbid'nK Thn heplCKC Wcfcl. In undisciplined and leailcrless, and tnuu arc bloodlns to death m th trench ror in. of '"or "'J1 nurses, accord Inj; to tlio plaiiro wmm tlio correspondent of tho llandclsbhtd paints of conilltliuiH on the licrm.in rebel front whlcii he vlcltcd. The whole thins Ih HUggustlvc of a comic opera war, ho adds. , , Tho rorreppondrnt, who In M. Nypolf. tlio writer who recently visited ItuMa for this newspaper, Induced thn central Dtaff of the workmen's army to permit him to ppend two days) with the left wlnir of tho armv. Tho roads In hack of tho lines are jacked with thousands ol :rofii- I, , t , R (o, wmo boos, tho correspondent tcltKrapliH, and .... , ,. worcs of "nurses" dressed In tho mil- tlma. has become a clilet toplo of dls form of tho lted I'ross oruwd motor I c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

(LIGHT ON FUNDS MAY PUT. MANY BOOMS ON SHELF Loudon Showdown Offer Is Challenge to All Can didates. THEY MAY FOLLOW SUIT Kecessily for Heavy Pre-Con- vontion Expenditures Is Not. Questioned. fiirrM I" Tnr Si n ano Nnw Yoitic Ilr.itAin, vV.siiiv.tos-, Milieu 27. ChtirKcs bv Senator tiorati (Idaho) that hime :iim nro ipoiiib uwil to rontrol the nominations for President this year In tmth political parties, nnd that the pre fwcntliin of 192Q Is Incoming a atu nulla of public corruption" have cut rod attention already on tho finan cial aspects of the campaign. Denials have como from the Wood management, and Clov. Lowden has offered to mibmlt nil his campaign im. lines to Senator Uorah for publicity n- he may decide. Hut beyond all this is the fact that the campaign as W.iMniiKton observers have long noted ii one !u which money -Is playing a large part. It has been projected on lines that cannot bo followed without (.pending money, and tho appeal to public sentiment opposed to such metho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

M7"np f-rfiv-Jrtf 'wtr"T-t i" ' 0 V THE SUN; AMD NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. MIIIRRiND WINS' L iUliJiiU" '.v. in i ki i.m ! ni 1 1 u iiii i u i i.iiiuniiin.iviiii, uiiii'i OIIIIVI'IIII JIVIIII f Ohnmbrr of DopnUos Upholds Frcneli rrcnucr s i unusu Policy, 51 R to 70. FEISAL CALLED MENACE flrinml Snys Cillcln Menus fllches to France and Defends New Kliitf of Syria. Paris, March S7.-Thf Chamber of JVputlts cxprftwd to-day Its con fidence In the Uovcrnment hy a vote of (18 to "0. The voto followed tho debate on Interpellations on tho Government's foreign policy. In the dlseiiP.xlon Deputy Hellet re called that 125 American 1'rotestnnt Hshops had declared lliey would never figaln Bhalio a Frenchman's hand If France, continued t tnko th hlood Malned hand of the Turk. Ho asserti-d that Franco could not leavn t ho victims at tho Turk under thu domination of their persecutor.'. Deputy I.enall vehemently denounced Trlnco Fclsal, thu iccently proclaimed KlnK of Svri.i, us menacin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

11 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. a Thought of Easter and Spring Days X ( With i 1 I l r 5 i i r1 7 T7 .7 r McCreery Expressions of the Season 'renc Permit us to introduce La Drappe, a fetching style of French Veil that has just arrived from Paris for milady's Easter costume. One may drape it with "studied carelessness" over a small or large chapeau and appear very smart indeed. It is available in many exclusive designs and colors 3.50, 6.75, 8.50, 9.50 and 11.50 For Tiny Tots Fashion is ever kindly disposed toward youngsters. For this season she has evolved some adorable little Coats and Hats for them, and McCreery's has marked them at prices that will permit all little tots to be "dressed-up" for Easter. Smart little Coats of Shepherd Checks or Navy Blue Serge, ornamented with emblems and braid, have been priced at 14.50. Motor Coats of Tweed in Green and Tan mixtures with set-in raglan sleeves are modestly priced at 14.50 and 14.95. Polo Coats, the sort the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

r THE SUN AND NEW YOflK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. FOREIGN PLAGUES MENACE AMERICA Dr. dimming Tells of Precau tions to Ward Off In vasions of Disease. Bpctal U Tim Fcn and New Yobk JIeiuih. Washinc-ton, March 27. Pcstllenco And dlwaso throughout tho worlil. coupled with famlno in Vprope. Asia and tho Oritnt and the lots of man power during tho war, are an effective barrier not only to tho normal resump tlon of world trndo but to tho restora tion of necessary productivity, according to Dr. Hugh S. Cummins, Surgeon General of tho United States Publlo Health Service. He warns of a possible spread of plnguo or other pestilence to tho United States. Dr. Ciimming lias Just roturnod to Washington from u two yearn" survey of conditions In tho Old Woild, and ho paints a tragic picture. Ho places the los of efficiency In tho United Ktites from tho war, Influenza and other dls casos at a high figure and declares con. dltlons aro much worso In tho older countries. "To begin with," ho said,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN' AND NEW YORKHERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 281920. CHURCH UNIONISTS TO MEET IN GENEVA Aim Is to Hrhitf About .loint Kffort .Vrom Oranizcil Clirisljanity. I'OI'K 1& L SYMPATHY Catholics Not Active in tho Scheme, but Many leaders l'rnv for Its Success. TIip Preliminary Commission on n ,.rll I'onforenoo on l-'allli nnil Order or th Kplscopal Church has Issued a iill for !i preliminary meeting to bo held ;,i lionova, Switzerland, on August 12 i . t to (HsciifH what to do to bring . rout union of organized Christianity Mid perhaps to tlx a time and placo, for the holding of the conference In iues m n. All of the groat family groups of .hurches which worship Jesus Christ us i.oil and S.tvtour, tave only the Roman i ..iholk', have accepted Invitations to I represented at Geneva. Tho Popo mid large numbers of Itoman Catholle l.vders havo promised to pray for the i.'ee of tV conference and Its aims. It Is said hat lieneva Is chosen not i, rWy beiuute It has been fWed upon . .. il.e Mat o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN. AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. 1 M'm Pt'nitccniii Sticct West of Fifth Avenue Mmjk 3J?f ?t fSl $S ' HEARN SPRINGTIME WINDOWS. Jft 1 QM Inside the store delights are multiplied with an over- jj O -fr lj JflO I J ' f How they fascinate! There is always SSq SnT WW flowing selection of fresh Spring and Summer merchan- i YjfSp5 ifWM I W t AV1 fwitl $ft pf something new, different and inter- RB XiW'j dise Whichcvcr way vou turn' infinite varicty qualities 4 J J? ) gv ?. & jlS W j ' j 5 Mu;1l IpM J lfel ' C csting in them. Just now they are M'd immmU of worth and moderate prices unfail- ajjf MJx o JjJVi UJjl J 4 Sw5r53lil-JljL'rt 43$? r brilliant with Easter attire for all the &E33!f SB? iWwX ingly substantiate the smiling prom- - jJW ' 5M Vf T W "ly- iBiiSli' - of Hearnrainhow window, -Pf '8th Great Spring Sale Easter Time Wraps and Frocks for Girls Frocks as fresh as flowers, and pretty Spring wraps that have just the right warmth for April weather, are her...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. 9 1 TWO FIRES HOLD UP LINER PHILADELPHIA Incpmliaries IJIiunod for Dam age lo American Ship at Southampton. rirent iilvu here of tlie (Jrecn Stnr I.Iiip. II is In no (u tlw Orlflit. whent lio .iljio has ihaixo nf tlio llnoV affilr. H fl'l tluit cvii Immeneo trailo with the United Ktnttvi v:i.-t mill hold up lu-causo of the txrhaiiKti .situation, lint that lio liclleu'rt fiuiictlilnc wo'ihi lio dono soon to over come tho difficulty. i 2,000 CHILDREN FOR STH AVE. PAGEANT BLAZES SIX HOURS Al'ATLT Similar Mystery on the New York L'cccn tly Reward Offered for Culprits. Soi'thampton, March 27. Two flres, believed to he of Incendiary origin, dam apod Ihfl American liner Philadelphia ho Kully to-day that her sailing lias been postponed indefinitely. The Area on tho Philadelphia, follow ing clo-as upon similar Urea on the liner New York, disposed the American line Tianager hero to bellove that they were deliberately set. After tho discover...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1925. 10 s IN NEW RAIL LAW Win Diners Here That Meas ure Will Bo Much to Cor rect Evils. CRITICISES OLD SYSTEM iPredicfs Much Good Through Arrnnginp: I'"es in Strong Competitive Groups. Walker V. Illnes, formerly Commls rlaner General of llallroads, was the principal speaker lat evcnlns at the thirteenth annual dinner of the New Torlc Alumni Chapter of Sigma Chi, which was held In the McAlpIn Hotel. Areloslzlnff for dlscusslns to irious a iubjeet on n fooIhI occasion, Mr. Illncs iMnnly Indorsed tho new ltnllroad Transportation act aa a plr.ee of lcslala tlon much needed nml one that Is likely to bo a low? way to correct many of the evils that heset railway management prior to 1917. Diirltyr that phaso of Governmental relation to tho roads preceding Federal control In 1517 thero iv;ui much In writable confusion. Timt Is rnnwMlnl to a (treat extent, ho mild, by the direct rate makluc rulo embodied In the new atatuto Kuaranteclnp a 6'i per...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK! HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. 11 4-f CONVICT STRIKERS; ! RIOT IS PREVENTED Crowd in 'Winnipeg Court Itoom Hoot and .leer Ver dict of Jurors. SHERIFFS MEN MENACED Objectors Arc Finally Driven to Street l)y a Squad of Constables. Wi.NNirra, Mint, Mnrch 27. Serious disorders, which for ft tlmo threatened to become ft riot, attended tho announce ment to-day ot a verdict or eullty ot reditlous conspiracy against flvo leaden of tho Bcnernl strllw hero last May. The crowd In tho court room received tho verdict with dcrlslvo cries, lilsfvs r nil hoots, and when Justice Metcairti ordered tho court room cleared by a fqtiad of constables the crowd voiced Kb disapproval with loud shouts. One deputy was Mruck In the faie by a man In tho crowd and two con Mables attacked V- -irealhvnt. After ten minutes the crowd was driven Into the streets and the ditnonstration ceased. Tli trouble began when It was mis takenly reported that the Jury had found nil defendant!! not guilty. ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

lit THE-SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. . i 811k envelops bag. In black or colors. t ellk-llned framed coin compartments, two Bide pockets, 110.05 Envelope purse, of block Brained patent leather, framed coin compartment, mirror and two extra pockets. Btrap handle on back. Size: 8K x i Inched 98.03 Black pin eeal baft framed compartment, change puree, mirror. Eire: 6U x 6 Inches, 922.351 colored, $21.00. Monogram extra. "Pullman" cue, plaid irilk, attractive colon, remov able rubber-lined easel, complete toilet articles. Sire: S i 9 Inches, 9M.93 L London 89 Regent Street ! 2 i B N w BID tpvrrm J j j H : i t If nJ f J ) M 'Twenty" cigarette owe, two pockets. Soft flexible case, silk lining. Blic: 314 x 4U Inches folded; black prln seal, 9S.BO1 colored pin seal, ,90.50. Initials stamped, 35c extra, v Bill fold, silk-lined secret bill' pocket, 4 card pockets. Black cobra or pin eeal, tan pig skin, calfskin lining, four 14kt gold corners. Size: 4U x 4 Inches folded, $12...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

V THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD,' SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920 'LUXURY' IMPORTS Complying with the New York Daylight Saving Law we have advanced our clocks one hour. Sail With Humpty Dumpty This is an invitation to all little girls and boys to sail the seas with Admiral Humpty Dumpty in his good ship "Toylantl" any day from now till ISastcr. Such Easter toys and out-door play things as you have never seen before, Humpty Dumpty will show j ou in the Toy Shop on1' the seventh floor. Extra Values in Corsets Elcntc model of pink satin, clastic top; lightly boned, medium long skirt with eye let lacing below front steel; 2 pairs hose supporters $3.95 Public Opinion, Seeking Cut i In Living Costs, Protests Against Further Delay. HIGH TAHHTS DEMANDED 38th Street FIFTH AVENUE 39th Street Killings Aimed nt Silver Tieccs May Partly Itcliovo Monoy Famine. ZSccond Hoor.: PRE-EASTER SHOWING OF NEW SPRING STYLES Taylor J, gptcM Cablt Dttpaleh to Tns Sex s New Ions IIeiui.d. CapvrtfjM, 1M0, lv Tns Sw asd N...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

i..' ,1 T I I' 1 14 i V u I ill i THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, INTRODUCES CORRECT PARIS STYLE Hats that are worn in Paris Our collection specializes the "Advanced School" of prominent Paris Modistes Agnes Rose Descat Elaine Jeanne Due Legroux Antoinette with an assortment oi the choicest models from Lewis Evelyne Varon Reboux Lina Mouton Leontine Marie Louise Marguerite et Leonie J. Suzanne Talbot Miss Novaes Says Musical Farewell With Chopin List NEW SYMPHONY'S SEASON PROGRAMME Sixty Concerts to Be Given in Four Series. Sixty Hjinplionlc concerts in Carnoclo IU'dZilinil riailjsfc PlajS Lfist IInII 'o conductors, were mi- , . nounccil yesterday for next season by ItCCltlll Jiefoi'O HetimUIl"' , Ntuv symphony Orchestra, which () lid' iroillC. nft(,r tl10 0,030 of ",c r esent reason will lie known ns the National Symphony ' Orchestra. Inc. The lenders will bo Ar- tur Ilodan2li.v and Wlllcm Mengelbors ot Ams'terdnm, Holland, tho latter or Whom will come ns KUPRt conductor. Thes...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

'., i; Miss Messinger Bride on Parents1 31st Anniversary Piiushlor of Mr. J,1's' C. jr. iMcssingcr Married to Mr. E. C. Biglow. v, the. First Presbyterian Church, jiewy street. Brooklyn, lost night, on i ,c thirty-first anniversary or Uio mar- .inn of the brides parents, Mlfs Hazel , s,)pn Mesidngor, daughter or Mr. and Mis. Charles Henry Messtnger, was mar , m to Mr. Ertfest Cavalll Blglow or this ,,, by the Rev. Dr. U Mason Clark, I 1 4i nr of the churtfii. i . attendants wero Mrs. James Percy f-S' ih. Mrs. Kenneth Christian, Misses ' .n Unham ltiglow. Amy Kctcham i -is ni'l KwlnRT. The best man i 'w(, tt. lllgar A. Fitter, and tho ushers Mi Umuel C. UlRlo'. a hrother ! t . l.niksrnoni ; Mot-srs. .lumen How-M-iiii-. 1:usm11 O, Morns. Walter .1 , . . . James P. Smith nnd llcniy M. 'm, ... ert A rccoptlon for relatives , ,1 i is was held at 31 South Oxtoid -, . iho 'n:ne of the bride's parents. ft.t .i In ii'' wedding tni Mr. nn-1 v.. i: slow will llvo In nrnnxWV The In v t M' rT i ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. 1G i SAYS MAN GAVE HER Ialcohol FOR DEATH i iMrs. Bristol, Poisoned m imm- inore, Siirs John Kelley for $1 50,000. JIADK 1MJXI) UY POISON t ' jDcoliiri's Defendant anted to Prevent Jlor Trstlfinff About Girl Who Died. that with i Atlanta, Mnrcli 27. Ch-irKlns ., ii,ni u-.'iu clven to lier " " J ni,.n in nrr-vent her Rlvlnn " ..... -..,. i.la.naKlnir .vLlencP, ;1lr... it. an., Ik.h ItourU ut lure Mnt -John Kflloy of Atlnnta for $150 .000 'damage. Mr Ur Irtol a 1 emu thnt n8 a result or navinR umim , i 1h permanently lnjurtu, uama w..., ollntJ. . . . .,, Mr?. Krlstol in nrr jwuuuh u.ii-h.n the dpfpn.li.nt pve her tlie loljon to prevent l.er from testify ns that he had made threat usjainst tho life of Miss I.urllle Sharp, an A-lnnta r rl. who died tevoral months ago In Ualtlmure. -The suit of WANTS FULL BENCH LOSS OF LOVE NOT , IN SUPREME COURT i MARRIAGE SOLVENT Introduced to Replace Chicago Judge Refuses An- Bill Bpteial to The Bun...

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