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Page 77 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

Wants. Resorts. Real Estate. SECTION 6. PAGES. Kin AND NEW YORK HERALD MTUAT10NSJVANJEpKMES Cookn, Ac. COImrn couple desire, poslt'ons country; wife ,1, 1,1,1 conk iiihI pastry maker; uun useful, lm -' I'll v"t K),i 1 1, woman wishes position as first cliu icfercuif. Dtxsou, care Tarber, 118 Wntlllth , MiI k'i"nr.ill' useful tivilit. mother nud it light colored, Intelligent, ueut. com. lr"i rainy hutiii muni : luoiupr witnes uii.or flii 1 ,1 n llll her; or cook and i iiit prhntc fn:i'iljr ; comfortable llvlnjt . lu'h. Interview, d mornings ur write . r '.nil West Kl'.tih. ' l.t class French, cook Ii-r small p-f lv I'tHim ry only; highest references, ti:, East (Htli ( parHueiit 421. til, coir',' Jilv. Tjt- A" riniK ( ' . ii .-! - wints UKil Ion in small, prlvuta . I.' I -.no ......If.,.-!., If, til , llgl-H ?IV-7l4ft U, ,,, UUU flUIIUI.i'4 j,.r 1 "i ire. Ami. , i , Irti'Til Uiker, country; references; l'i '' II Jul Hcril I. Hi-mill square, (, i , , i . i i,,,n-il ut,iiuti. gold conk;...

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

r" tr,ii HELP VMNTED-FEMALL SOOKKKKPI'H. Exeelleet J in EXPERIENCED IWI BLE ENTRY TO KEEPER lo Ismnn't brolir'. .lfi": n"" U ihoroozUr familiar win 'minHIInz knowledge of lo.Tt-br 1f,,uil; , zl year, old Mlsry 5 t- ij right party. ' lu!' l"'' '" - -.. Mn-llefilJ, BOOKKEEPER S AbHSTANT. lu ability I3ilil"l.''"r pidil. state ze snd eir-vijrK. V- p. 0, l- 1C. Ststlin PIS. I It mm Herald. Hioolin, lirT IMVK IIM-" KXI'KII PACK. iM)l TKlf ONLV STATIXil KI'U. IUtTII'rian wfuxii wruoiiT I'Ara: to.. r, s FT. hlOkkKKl'KII.hTK.SOdUAl'Uhlt t Hie cua,-lii 'liinr of offlr tor cmwIdi mteii fiftorii roncni In itotVni 'lutrvt: tn; b rompflfnt tif,'-f ! p rwiBilllr. "AVrltt foil trtrtlftliM. lUilnj utaij to mrt. T. S.. 1H Min-Hrl'l hfioKKKiTr1 n fHrinoniiFn amimar niTI! D0L-BI.K K.MItV llljOKKKK.PINf!: NE WHO IR CAI'Ull.K fir TKI(I C IIJHI or as VrirK or kii.k wuht coscEitv: btatr nr.FRiiRXcra and JJA'-jnv ,PP- HIRED. r-OS H. i . 15) KlVIIiniAtO. HKnAi.nsqt'Anr.. BAAIf L'l'VI'ffn ft Inab hfMi' tRIwt ...

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Page 79 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

V I '" HELP WANTEDFEMALE. rn!NOO!Ul,Iinn.-nfflnj4 ronnj wpmsn In largo corporation. Good position to right prson, ... must ler;"! grammarian, nccurnte ,,M:J5f1,,J?!?.?ini?,-!lKt '""l'""0"' , iiMrcss .. H.. ofl MnMlfrnlB. fei CKIXIHAWI Ki(S7 ATS luja pwjntnt noil. iiahi fur two ambitious young ladles: fair sslirlrs la mart niiil promotion in toon as mc lis shown; preference glien to tlwwf living J, titittai or liivux. lat & l.ataicv, it 11 Christopher tt. rfEXtkilUl'IIKIt. experienced: mutt I srcu rte, ne.it I" appearance, for largo publlrli It' bout; good opportunity for idvan. 'mcnt. rill between 10 ami 12 A. II room bOl. 3 vim .'.'in fiFuxOGRAPHEll of excellent general educa lion, aiil.t busy patent attorney; speed and erncrtenco unnecessary but must like work rrt t ALvnr.it In il. mils. 23 Broad at., room jW. 1VL 714-1'road. ffPKNOGEAl'HKR-lii stenographic depart ment, position requires peron of nMllli. ex perience and education. (i)il t lllon to right r . l.. .....I..!.,., a...

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Page 80 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

- mi I HELP WANTED MALE. PAT PORTER.S. rl salarr with !W wo'tinr eoudl ,T imlTl"rlBr,iidni;. office, SJb ' JoSiM McCrecry & Co.. 33th it.. Tiber! floor, Janjf UcCrtcry DATION lAm-ASV. 2 BROADWAY. NEW YORK CITY- ' , tfniokiyji. feAiLN $23 weekly, spare time, writing ftr a win.Ptr.. m.glne.; P-rUnc unnece. ur;; otUll free. l're syndicate. 109, HL Look. Mo. . ELECTRICIAN. 18.50 Per dir. union nan. who la'.XD.Vb?! ;SrJ."Bdu.t In mold, ng and power work; steady and Al mtn only. L J. Hoffmann Co.. 1.139 Oalalpa tT.. Rldge- nMd. llroI.lin E72bT;LY turn to run e.Ttndt. Applr TechBletl T.i VA WlllUru tt. ELEVATOR BOY, colored preferred, t" oprtte elector la Mttll itorii rnu.t I- dfin. i-wl tPKtrtnce. eompe tent tml fumisti tet rcferenitt; coud Mltry to rlht toy. s. n. ruvKOA ro 831 II ROADWAY. KLfJCTIUCAl, uwly nouio rlrw one or more ttletuen In itor; e'tHh D only ned n-vly: t permanent posltlo-'i wlta uttUent opportunity fir advinetmeJt. J. ELECTItlCAL mpply Boat ruin i rn t i youiu P"1...

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Page 81 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

6 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28. 1020. HELP WANTEDMALE. fftl'.'U TO ALL JT' (STOCK SALESMEN, Each of you bat felt the need of at- f tg.taoc from your home office, We fumlih you new and the Inquiries f fcoai well "rated" prop!. f We co-operafe with jou la ill th pot- r eJbls wtyt, We protect jou absolutely to yeur ttrrt f tory- I The stock It being void by tht, eorpm t'en (only). You deal directly with the officer of the corporation We (ire going concern. The lomsgement hs been proved rood, Unix otrned a turplut tnd are on a dividend paying natte. lie ofiJUnt ef commission la all you cow.) wish, tnd paid In full, although thr terras of rale are tueh that any one tri Hit aoarea. Ihe company ran uae mora money, aa Jtt business la Increasing rapidly. u hate a lsrse list ot satisfied ttoek-h..d-n we will furolih you, Including caiditllits, btnkrrs, baalneaa and proftt aioc.il men. Tula la the opportunity ot your lift. ASilrcrt xioxoaa MortTOAQE CORPORATION, 1,005 HEARS BU...

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Page 82 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

6 liviner ii "iuit a tardea" it principally If in the teed, nuist Seem nave produced quicc and positirc remits for three generations of American gardeners. Theyyare the result of over 92 years of scientific I selection and development. Send Today for Our Free Garden Guide Tells what, when, and hovr to plant for best results. Our prices, at no sacrifice of quality, show worth-while reductions over tli'e listed last year. Headquarters for Eastern Grown Onion Fit Flowr Sitdi tallh Or Jen of 50 Ctntt and Octr Robert Buist Company Sctd Greieeri 4aad6S.FrontSl.-cet Piulaetlflui, Pa. lit soor itlow KU AND WBmm DUCKLINGS The kind that j?ive satisfaction. Not jnongrel stock, but good strong chicks and ducklings HATCHED ON OUR OWN FARM AT MADISON, N. J. Why purrhasp chicks from Hatcheries that do not own a chicken farm and who have to purchase their eggs in the open market? How can you expect to raise healthy chickens if you do not have the right foundation stock to start with? Let us quote y...

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Page 83 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

'. THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. FACTORIES FOB SAt-E OE BENT. FACTOBIES FOB SALE OB BEST. FACTOSIES FOB SALE OB BENT. I BUBIITESS PLACES TO LET. BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. t BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. Above ll.lii t, to 5Dlh St. (Inclusive), Ka.t Rlvrr lo North River. BlTBmES3 PLACE8 TO LET. BusnrEss piaces to iet. Trim Ratttry to lllli St.. Inclusive, from Dallery to Ilth St.. Inclnslve. Oerpnih of Urooklrn. Uarougb tf Brootlrn. "4 av.- Stf It. N r 14 7t MS II. rtf '? If. MX. rsa 1ms 'tits ' ant ItTt ail jets i.0 ST. 'I, u ! T.t i FACTOSIES FOR SALE 40.780 Sq. Ft., Windsor, Ontario, Canada. nmi.vr.TON arms v. m. -, co.. ltd., onk-stoiiy &vr. TOOTH IlltICK AND 8TKKL UUIMMNG. 18.432 W. It.; two. arty bunclln. 40x12: negatory bulldlnr. cnntelrirc 3.000 souare ?TTtou.i:ii riANT. rvutf ki'kinkixim k. rt. siniSts? rrVlr-rt "ondttlon; goal labor. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION; jj ACRES. 100.000 Sq. Ft., Rochester, N. Y. riMICIMnn STAMPING CO., 7...000 aquam f.t, two-stnry irrf...

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Page 84 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

B . 8 mjujjKcS PLACES TO LET. y.rt JUitr l Nurti KiltT. GARAGE, 245-247 Eatt 55th St. 34x100, W. J. Roome & Co., Inc., ITT "Iju1:" i NEW BUILDING SKK iTII W ill) T. OS' -irr i:i:ia Mil i. Bert '- ' " -If.?. Brat. B- " " : ? LOFT FIRSflsECOND 64 Wct 46th Street V 7. . ' : - ; Hirdreiier nd Furrier M.L Harris,. 03 102 WEST 57TH ST. I OK KK'.T IX)Sr, TFK-I M (r.. 1 !.' rratr K. l s. " -f. :s;-i it 11 Flea t-V A j-.zkk tWO sr.Tit r- . t -s a efle v! f -y : - Vtt t- i5 I Abcrrr J'th t. Mh At to Et Klter. 3 LOFTS TO RENT 3W CM Eaw7 i:hD -i?..-!:: ron a"t i.'.- e - a square n:: at tXATH i-:v.Etj APPI.T " - F--v. ITA3I.E P.E.N -:. :-' BTREET ParTTven u e store gSl- S. E. Cor. Sad St. crrlrn ii. .-T'-iO ALiV. jjClf'i "rot: f: -I- ' : i rr at ST4T'' ,r .1 k. A7tE ff-K.:- fct . ei.'i. Aborr Wrtb fct. Slli t. to Nertb ItitT. LOFT SPACE TO IT Muni zw w fiK rv.trt. WEr- all . ant a-i - vi T MAS'IIATTAN T. (IIS -t.l J .- - ; Air,--'4 - t . - Iltt s v"s f'.:ir L-ii. p4 i. 4' B.lti. ' '2i-v' -t ...

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Page 85 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

AND THE NEW YORK HERALD SECTION SEVEN T EIGHT PAGES NEW YORK, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920.- "B in (5 Tiptiniesot Nations New Yorkers Who Are Shap Kapp's Part in German Revolt Serves to Em- phasize Number ot Uld worm i.eaucis, From Clemenceau to Trotzky, Who PADEREWSKI dS NEW YORK KNOW3 HIM BEST. fast A By RALPH TAYLOR. WHEN the German imperialistic ghost rattled Its chains recently the. name of a new factor In .inter national politics went around the world as as electric currents could carry It certain Dr. Wolfgang Kapp, who pre viously played but a relatively small part in the affairs 'of tho Teutonic people, had ad ministered a shock to tho Towers by appear ing in tho role of chancellor of a new monar chist and militaristic government that seemed to bode no good for the peace and welfare of war weary mankind. Great was tho surprise of some when it was learned that this man had been born on the Island of Manhattan. Yet there Is nothing remarkable In this fact when one takes a cursory gl...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 86 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

RemakingTenements Ci ty's Growing Need Housing and Americanization Problems In timately Affected by Offer of Prizes to Architects for Better Living Conditions MRS. FINKOWITZ Is accustomed to the sort of things New Yorkers urn) to read about when thy were giving: attention to how the other half lives. She 1 a third floor front dweller In an apartment block on the lower East Side, occupying with her three children a suite of rooms that rents for 11J a month; and con slat of a room about ten feet by nine, with two windows on the street, an inner room used as a kitchen which draws light from a glass in the partition looking toward the street, this still smaller, and a mere slip of a room reaching further back into the tenement recesses, which is big enough for a double decked bed. This last has no light except the dusty sort of light that comes from an air shaft reaching perpendic ularly through the building roof to base mom, terminating above in a dirt encrusted skylight. It is up :o M...

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Page 87 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. 8 Why New York's $150,000,000 Barge Canal Is Idle . - - . . .... . . . State Engineer's Aide Blames Government Interference,. Lack of Boats and -Opposition in Middle West Regards St. Lawrence Project as Menace By GORDON P. GLEASON, New York Stale Engineer's Department. rrIIE Now York Stnto Bargo canal, con I nectlng the Great Lakes and the At lantio seaboard, Is not. only the world's greatest Inland waterway but Is one of the most Important transportation routes In the United States. Dcsplto theso truths and the fact tlmt shippers In the Middle West demand Just such a channel for tho movement of their produce, tho waterway has failed to float tho freight which should properly como to It and Is In grnvo danger of being discarded because of tho lack of In terest displayed In it by those who should be the first to welcomo and make use of the facilities provided. The work of constructing this modern canal system began In 1905 and tho ...

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

m -vf-y'rjr t-i. iriTT'i'm-- "i" "wmntf-"' 4 7 THE t SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. G. D. Smith Recalled As Boy Bibliophile Amazing Traits Early Displayed by One Who Was America's Most Famous Book Buyer at Time of Death By BELDEN DAY. IF the late George D. Smith had not started as a boy In the rare book busi ness, If he had commenced his career . a devil In a country printing office or as a bellboy In a hotol, or by reason of environ ment had gone Into the Iron and steel busi ness In his youth, as Carnegie and Frlck did. he would have applied his peculiar mind . whatever details the business contained am vuld liavi reached the position of nn fiert and would liuve become a leader In ln particular line. Hut, looking for a Job, hi floundered Into a book store Instead of li t n lut t shop or a haberdasher's or a gro errv. and being Cienrge D. Smith, he stuck tn tt until he reached the top and became America's most famous buyer. l hen is a certain amount of mystery ihou...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 89 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

p THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. Gardiner's Island,Game Preserve, Has ' " 4 Founder Was Mighty Descendants Uphold Family Traditions Historic Spot Leased to Clarence H. Mackay, "I N the year of our Lord, 1635, July the 10th, came I, Lion Gardiner, and Mary my wife, from Wordcn, i tonn of Holland, Wo came from Worden tr London and from thero to New England, and dwelt at Saybrook for 4 years (It Is at the mouth of the Connecticut Rover), of which I was Commander; there was born to me a son named David, 1636, the 29th of April, the first born In that place; and In I63S. a daughter was born to me, called Mary, the 30th of August; and then I went lc an Island of my awn, which I bought of the Indians, called by them Marchonate, by u tho Isle of Wight, and thero was born another daughter, named Elizabeth, the 14th of September, 1641, she being the tlrst child cf English parents that waa born there." This, tho first entry, plainly written by tho founder of tho family in...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 90 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. More Public Interest Vital to Our Merchant Marine America's Great Opportunity in Interna tional Trade to Be Visualized at National Marine Exposition WHAT do you really know about the nation's merchant fleet? Yes, of course, you are more or less famil iar with the number of cargo parrying bot toms built here In the courue of the last few years. But how much do you know about the problem, the possibilities, of using these craft effectively In tho widening of foreign markets for our manifold product? This momentous subject has been dis cussed fully and treated at length In the news columns of tho prows, yet It Is reason ably certain our citizenry generally has only a hazy notion of tho task that confronts Us n task that must be tackled robustly If we are to gain the position which tho Industry of our scores of shipyards has placed within our reach. The best of the sitfia.tion Is that the outlook Is exceedingly promising, pro vided th...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 91 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

7 Cullen of the Lackawanna- in New Work THE SUN AND NEW YORK HffitALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 1920. .1 ByTHOREAU CRONYN. THIS etory is not solely about Qeorg A. Cnllen, but it may as well start wttb Mm. A few days ago It was funotmetfl chat ho would quit his Job with tte Utdtawanna Railroad on April 1. With out elucidation thli was astonishing. What? Cnllen leaving tha IjackawannaT He grew uj with Chat road sad has for many years teen it passenger traflo manager a. big and enviable position In the railroad world. He's the man win, for tho United States Ballroad Administration, had charge of es tablishing and operating oonsolldatcd ticket office in tho lore dtles one feature of Federal control so productlvo of oconomy and convenient that tho railroads aa they rrassnme their competitive identities oro re taining it. Mr. Cullen loves railroads and tholr prob lem.. His mature mind finds them Just as fascinating as does the child his first minia ture electric system. He Is what they call "a 5...

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Page 92 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 March 1920

8 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 192U. Notable Churches Link Manhattan's Past With Present ST. 'PAUL'S CHfVPEC? 'IN HEW YORK'S 'HEART APPEARED AS IF INTrao ODUNT IN T7 '4-O'S. N IT IB OVERSHADOW by vaWEAT OFFICE DUILUINfcrb T 5 ' -Jl r- nr.. , rm EEEHswraE CHufc-CH Tfe ASCENSION, AS I LOOKED 6efbre Tfte CIVIL WAR. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. FIFTH AVENUE 3fld lT!i STS.. IN EARLY '50'S xO ?i2 1 1 j mmtmummm 7 Zllr&l Historic Edifices All Too Few and Those Remaining Suffer Many Changes in Environment in Half a Century MUCH of the secular history of the churches of Manhattan Island Is a record of protest against the inevitable again the need for moving up town to overtake a congregation. Typical of church conservatism as to real estate movements is the story which Mary L. Booth tells In her "History of the City cf New York" of the Lutheran church, which In the early dayB of the city was in deep water for lack of money. Gifts were few, and a friend came to the aid of ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 March 1920

m WEATHER FORECAST. Warmer to-day, showers to-night; to morrow cloudy and colder. Highest temperature yesterday, 67 j lowest, 37.' Detailed weather reports will bo lound on the- Editorial pate. 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. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 211 DAILY. PRICE TWO CENTS f three cents nPL IN NEW YORK CITY AND SUHUItHS. I OX TRAINS AND ELSKWHErtE. NEW YORK, MONDAY, MARCH 29, GRAND JUR Y TO GRILL BIG POLICE OFFICIALS; LEGISLATURE TO ACT .Kurijilit mid Henry Culled to Tell AVlnit They Know in Vice Graft Hunt. 31 A V IJKVEAL SECRETS Jim Smith Tells of Hotel 3Ian in Tenderloin Con ferring; With Cop. J,AfeT SEEN IX A TAXICAB Jlurpliy, Hylnn and Others Imported Making Defence, plans in Atlantic City. Willi subpoenas issued for Police Commissioner Enrlght and Inspector pominlck Henry; with two grand Junes taking up ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 March 1920

4.H THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1920 I2li mcmocr.i rf American Lesion Was ors:inlX'l to P'1,ro !hV .n m-.t The CHUMis Hlnle Hank, tlm rtint building at Mclre.e l'"rk " rfu rd to- tWht. mill ll'i- M"'l,r "'H"1 t, t Stiii- militia h f"nt in protect In i-miilirc A relief i"K-If.y hi Melrose Park .Kl" . Maliu.l JT..000 t.) pro ij.l , . ,.H) ..i.U o'otl.lns for the utorm 'inT "i l,u',' lev!nrtd martial Ir,v m " dm k this afternoon anil lm ... ,iai, i, , i'IhI out the members rf tire I iiuiiiH Naiionil Clunr.1. Kerning ilmt thcs-i ! would 1i" Intidcqualc he n( I i, ,11 fir volunteers, which was ntiwrriHl I) more than Itm former r ? .,, ,.n in uniform ami a largo mmilwr 0, id.'. s-outs. Thec fortfrn einroKi'd , uMiim; th- VIM n'Piirtmont n ox . nBl.i:--u..rf nn-i. whl.'i "arted In th r'oTs ..',. t with Ih': dlsaMieuranco of 'Jcr.nnn'nnd 8t. Joseph limals In t B i illh-.l with injured to-night. 'ilU,. .-r OH Who WIT brUlKlll 0111 I Cllt Jewed "eatmoiu at doctor oi lees !....

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 March 1920

r I THE SUN AND NEW $ORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 29, 1920. a RUSSIA MOBILIZING ARMY OF WORKMEN lliiilwn.vs, Minos and Industry Iloiiifr IJosumeil Under Forced Labor Order. WW SLACKERS ItHl'OKTHl) .in icviki Ho.lo.aso Antoriean 1,'piI Cross Aftenls and Rrit Mi Prisoners of War. v, m., M.i'.vli 25 (ddnyeil). Mo'o , ,t n oi HusM.i'h working foroH In , in,,." wiih Riant MrlilM, It In tin. ,,in m1 li.-i Newspapers nru Illlcil with .,,,ri i'f Hip iictlvltlcs of tho work t ,ui ;, on IhiHsInn mill Siberian roll 1 )ir:ns ami 111 tlifl minlne dls ,, "t tlio I'ral nnil of energetic ,.iv la-liiB taken to utillie lully civil- il.lll-iiWM' K .ii.n iiiMtilllr.allon ih tuning placu m.iiiv (iKtrli'tu, ospecmiiy in the , ,.js ami 1'r.ii ivrioiih. all mules ,' ,!. :i tin' iifii's of 1 r,n a,,(1 ,i, . tut wren 111 ami 13 bi'liiK com- Kixti-f for work at r.uati'fin. mi. Viatku. Kazan. Vladimir r )liui'i-. All former railroad i i -illiM upon to register, aim ly .lll lio pimlHlialilu by . i in. hi iii I'oiK...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 March 1920

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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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