ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 6,817 items from Sun And The New York Herald, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
6,817 results
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

rpHE SUN AAW ',NEW YOftK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920. 44 21 VrnnsTKH AV, n w Dole, 100x7J.0xl 6 T V1,;7t! Feb 2; Ros Dnrlln to Abr flohmin. "fiM Column W Cutter to Loftm Realty i.ipt Park nyi ! jrUii c prior rates $21,000; !i.?ni iuVr Co m Broadway.... Iio.ioi) 1 'i';VuT ry,'-, n w c 17 id it. iw.lli -HJti'ii AV S0S7. n w "or, 5 .Un.tx I W.ll;uJn,,!fOj l'loa.mit Ar Unroiq Corpn to WVATT ST. nJ UUinond to Tush In, Stty, Ufo W YluKoll, BIO I)7o(lwayt "ntaity Co, Wyatt it, Nov IT, 1D17; I duu pl;b is. 102oitic I2,M imi, Niler 4 Vn U, J5 "wy, "I8, n wo lbotli it, pn.lliISOi u m Jan ' 1100 Si! LI hftll Hell. I'nriin In lni.h M 1 M IT !.. '.'.:,.A;'.'..'r- Tn.H ll.altv r.n to G BASiu " V. "v.. 7,-" ,STi 'll.lmr.nl .ranormtriVJlTTaU am. o 4 rnl. " ' V v' ..V.r.H,.i A.llt Mnirel to Tho J TIkIo, 1.353 J)'l' uyi mtg.l,000i Jan !. ,,y Tltl Oirar Co, 170 Broadway.-. D St lT K, n . Ixl03.7-Ida Heller in Ailolpti Krauie,' 606 B ISJth at. and inn mtg 11,000. Feb 2; tt, b Landes i'ii i: M9t...

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 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

the Sun and new york heralp, Wednesday, February 4, 1920. 22 44- APABTMKNTB TO LET, UNI'UIINISHKD. AWei Wtli Ht. fttli Av. Ui North Ilher. FINEST HOUSE OF ITS KIND JN NEW YORK . 9 West 81st Street Pacini Manhattan Square and Central Park Highest-Class Elevator Apartments Just Completed 2,3 & 4 Room Suites Exceptionally Large Rooms; Electric Elctator; Maid Scrcicc; Resident Superintendent. Prtcacy and High-grade Sertlce Assured, ONE SUITE SUITABLE FOR DOCTOR OR DENTIST Vow I loom AparlmonL on 0th Floor with Complete. Kitchen and Unique Front Garden Special Inducement for Immediate Ilcntnls on Account of Completion lute in the season. REPRESENTATIVE ON PREMISE3. WOOD-DOLSON CO., Inc., Agents Broadway at 80th Streel. ' Telephone 1 100 Schuyler. V , , , ii Apartments for Rent Standish Arms Apartment Hotel ON BROOKLYN HEIGHTS 1G7-1GD-171 Columbia Heights Hotel Apartments hiruished or Unfurnished Two Room Suites to as Many os Desired on Yearly Lease. CONVENIENT TO SUBWAY STATION At Cl...

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 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 February 1920

u 1 THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1920. 4 23 fV trrrATioxn xrArv-t STvaJEII. notet. elub. by first clata, eco- aistematlrat executtTr. flow ...7 r,i,o extort, ttrstaurant Mm It) ...r I r ' st- X. W , Waahlngton. 1). a - 1101- Villi' IIIMUNAII, MJ Mt D.-rolml eialctuatlcal eteruilTe. 5'. r . MI Irtiry ripen iinuwiui nib- 1 ' i 1 'VV Washington, u. c. . , j "Vjt5 pi-silK la garage; Tff'NDfP. Jamie Parker, 132 it care ronM, ct?"m p past middle age, with lt refer. m-.'.. . ...... lifht tniirle work, iwrtcr. any- tarta, .U4 Fiat 3Mb, e.rr t TITltiCt: beat Jll 1Mb. Cii'tKrit "b-cnscd. wlabce patrooa, home ci '.rrs. ni wit Kth! RiTcriide-ttw, home or i eneed; treatments at your r, n del Pceo, 4; weat itth t. , re man 11. looking for poaltlon "er In hotel or office; epeaka , ,nn f-'panlth, nuaslan, Rouma. . , . itlc French; able to read ' '.an. Ppanlsh, Russian, llou- dreaa i: r. Max, 1 Stats it, v T KA- ' Ttt' fiiw n tw ' Etr ' teaman Pri. t " 4,.iwiiit and outaldr M...

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

24 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1926. 14 ARRESTS HALT BIG ARMY THEFTS Forty-second utreet to the Harlem waro. home, when tlie roundup wan completed. The civilians ehnrBfit with Krand lar ceny, nre held Bt tho Fourth nvcnuo station, nrooklyn. They nre John Ho nmnd, chocker, Hi West 161th street: Max II, Ludcoker. warehouse owner, 3.7 Lenox avenue; John McMuhon, fore man. 142 Wint 103d street i Samuel p..,,.,. fiN.iiinnu m.l Cnvnii dn Hniall, 33 Market street; Harney Helm EOVCn UVJIMIIH MM ,S0CI1 ?50I- .iarU;ri 67 Km-syth strtiot, and .Mltlinol I'ov. 229 Is.nox avenue, i no suiuii-in, dlors Token in Itold on Warehouse. s?tAHE WIDE CONSPIRACY Ulankots Worth $250,000 loaded on Five Trucks Al leged Loot of Gang. POLICE BAFFLED IN HOXIE MURDER CASE Woman and Hoy Describe Man Seen at Door of Slain Girl's Koine. nil' membera of Urn Motor Transport Corps, were turned over to MuJ. Mo fonvllle. They nro Herccant Joseph K Kelly, Hcrffcant Fred comarn, vnrpur- als Udward I...

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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

1 '. - WEATHER FORECAST. A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preserves tho best traditions of each. In combination they cover a wide field and make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. Fair to-day; to-morrow fair and warmer; fresh northwest winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 37; lowest, 35 Dualled weather reporte will be found on the editorial AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 168 DAILY. PRICE TWO CENTS IN NRW YORK CITY AND BlIlIURna H-H- NEW YORK, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, im-cZAuobJ jr:RW,M,, TimUK CUNTS on TftAiNR Asn BKswwunma. Y. r : ...... GERMANY WILL REFUSE TO GIVE IF ARMYHEADS Deniaiiil of Allies for Great Primiimls of the Wnr Resisted. GOVERNMENT AT STAKE Hek'lMvehr Would .Xot Olie.v Even if Orders of Arrest Were Issued. BACK MP 15V 3IOXAHC1IISTS Even loiiil)Iii'iins Arc Unwill ing to Surrender the Men Asked For. EXPORTS ON CREDIT, IMPORTS FOR CASH, REDUCING EXCHANGE Reginald McKenna, Once British Chancellor of Ex chequer, Explains ...

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 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

I) tra 4 If 2 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1920. IBOLSHEVIKI ROUTED IH SOUTH RUSSIA WOOD MUST FIGHT FOR CONNECTICUT John T. K5.njr Won't Let Gen eral in State's Delegates Without a Strangle. STIRRED Ur BY ROR.VBACK tears rffffisaMYS GIVES TIPS TO I state -jomi swt cao i . Sdallr the osfero rtl f Great Brttaia 3 w . r vT. UtlMkS. &3 it U TB X u lateraatio! wUtx mot e eorrUvt et41U to ike Ctful rirlAclvicory Committee on Nat preat tJ.vxx7 it Aone aU w TAnWr'it ta tc ! j Kit :th or wjtt tie saacooe . L tie CmtM 9ute Girtat. Tie rla osri ut weM avthoritv iVkt ik Trt-ar-T iJ-J lar j Met to rtJsx tie TKr tvemtt --U.joo ky tit.'.! '. tel Jl ies D at lwBKt :ta U toss w .Mrwxrcx i tv,e vir. it cactre.aa NEW G. 0. P. BOARD form and rolieies Urged to Expedite Work. NITTI WILL DISCUSS ADRIATIC TO-DAY Sure Relief Review Before Parliament De layed That Jugo-Slavs Mfciit Act. I Refuse to Make Way for skte l tz:s of ,miu s . JlC crtM. sxt.oa! lad J3lrajftfiti. vita WCRtii ...

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 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

D FIRE KILLS-WIFE 2 DAUGHTERS OF FORBES MORGAN J ra mi I Suffocated in Effort to Save Children at l in Slowing. ii;umm:i) OX TOP FLOOIt Peculiar Construction of Homo Kiiiililcs Flumes to Get Easy Prey. THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1920. f4 5 Victims in New York Fire Tragedy. , GIRL'S MEMORY FOR FACES HELPS POLICE - V. l'lirboH Morgan, who was M ) . l.t )i I.. Hull before her marriage in Mi Morgan ami who wuh related to (rv i il ni the most prominent families i; i v York, lost her life with her ;wn ,i iiisliti'if, UarWira, 1 1, and Klleen, V ii the fire which swept through h i !init.e at 62 West Ninth .street iii;!y In fore I o e'oek j,vatcrtf.y i I . i'iiiiC. Mi'-. Morgan was iniffwated on the . , ' 1w ft,w. t.ll ! ." I It ll""l, w UUUI . "Ul' ul i t'iri'iish the miioIu' fur her little y - Tlii'' daughter Iiarlmiw was i i ,.nl liv flames that sprang column s' might up from basement to I.'"" lollowinR the well of the stair .mil the firemen found her body. i,i ' ...

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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

iff ? 8I1FEIN ARRESTS MADE IN ULSTER QniiUmlgii Thoro IH'fjins With Wholesale! Sliakoup of Con stabulary and Police. ACPHEIISQN TO llETHtN iWlical Changes in Govern ment's Home llnlo Bill Re ported Recently Made, Sllclal Cable Despatch to Tub Svh ami New VllllK IlKUiLII, Copyright. 1920, nH rtoAM reserved. (London, l'cl. 4. The IrlHli govern- tr has UUen ltn cumpnisn iicninm Sinn Fein Into Vlstir, wlmra ln nr ltH wero maile to-ilav. Slmultnnc- owy dcgputchcM from Dublin tll of a llolesiue cHuUo-up ol Uio coiisiuuiii.u atiil iiollco forces there. )n tlio Ix'cIh of this furtlirr rumor o thu comlnc re.li;nutlcm nf Jnrio.i la MicnheiKon, I'lilef Secretary fur lretani' a i cuiroiit, It bwumo kuown to-nUlit tl t Matphcrson liml been enlluit tun li f m hla holiday In the south of Vrame ni 1 thnt ho unit Vl.'cnunt Kromh voi'M ill tnil thu Cabinet council to-inoriou. lUjporta thnt there will l chunK'n In oilier high posts In the Irish Kovernmert bi fWes tho retirement of llacpherson u pcrnls...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1920. CONSTITUTION SCRAP OF PAPER TO SOCIALISTS K. of f. Worker Further Testifies Tliey Arc Op posed to Religion. A IlSfi SAID SKY WAS LIMIT J IN NEWBERRY CASE DISLOYALTY IS QUOTED Slate Expects to End To-dny Its ("use Against Suspended Assonililyinon. i . u uon-t exocct vouri I - noirs to have your Judg- inont and experience In watching the market.! Provldo your estate with! I securities that need no I watching, liko our Guar-1 antecd Mortgages always j worth par. LAWYERS TITLE- j& TRUST company! 160 Broad wy, N.w York JJi3MtmlirieSL,Blui. Court SL.Bb.j SSI ration Ht., Jtmtlrn, v, y. MX E. IIRth fit.. N.Y. isst li'o..Vu.i' 109 Mlo Ht.. Whit. Plain.. Ji.Y. MARTENS ACCUSES FORMER U.S. CONSUL Witness Quotes Frederick Cody ns TclliiiR Him "Lid Was Off.'' Involves Poole in Allied Plot to Mow Up Bridges Enter ing Pelrogrnd. SEVENTEEN MOKE IIEAIH) "EXPELLED 15Y SOVIETS" Senator Overruled in Objection That Conspiracy to Violate' Laws I...

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 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

IWHISKEYSHIPIS FREE TO LEAVE Yarmouth flcli-nse'l "With Her i Cartro of --Kpnl Stuff Still on Honrd. 'ltED MEDICINE'' SEIZED llfeuor Valued nt $000,000 intended for Jledlelnnl IMir- I poses Taken Here. inca more the Yarmouth, with her impious cargo of tho "real Muff." I" in to set under way for Hnvann. If tht Is really her destination. After wuth burning of Ioiik distance, wires Oijif' a conference. In tfte. United Slules At&rney'H ofllce, the olllclals of the Wrick Star I-Ino wer Infonned yester da nfternoon by John I. QulBlcy, dejiuty Federal prohibition nrent. that the whiskey ship was free to leave this ycttl as foon n she plenved. FollowlnB the conference, at which thl owners of tho Yarmouth and the nck Star Line, which leaned the alil. Kbe rcprfKOTited, United States At torney Caffey called the Atiorney-On-frit's otllco In WiialilnRton and was nitflsed that the vessel be relcneed. No evtlence of thi sale of IMor has been fofthcomlnR flnco the Yarmouth re turned here, altho...

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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

THE SUNANJj NEW YOfiK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1920. m 7 HIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS THE BIG BUSINESS READY TO SEND DELEGATES I'uilcil SUifos CliamboL of Com uipiw. "Willing o Join in World Fiiinnco Pavlov. y, lirintch tn Tm: Sun and Nr.w Yoiik HkIIAI.H. iiisiiTON. Kelt. 4, The United i' . I'lmmbcr of OomtnerCG Is pre i ,! I it wns nniioiineert lo-tlny, to iIphIk- i. i piTHPiitatlvcH tn ntti'iid tin un ' Hi ititeniatlonnl flimtidiil confer , 1 . .iIiiiii; the line recently mirki-hIci! i i i Interested ftiiolKil KovernmentH v m ko tliroiiRh with the plans for in I'tliiK after the, decisive Htnnd . n hv former .Seeretary of the Treun- lil.lJi.S. iii im .mnmineement the Chamber of I'i.iniiM rer nialies It clear that the. letter i i' former Secretary of the. Treasury ... ('ted as distinctly limiting the iliji eiH which In the opinion of the T ' .isurv Minimi ho discussed at least liy vm nran deleRates to hih'Ii n conference. T'if ciiHiiilier helleveH that It should not im', however...

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 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

lit I' : t 8 be Mlk AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOfNUED 133.1(133. Jb-BW YOHK, THURSDAY. Ftill. I",0 , TUB MUMIKRALD CORPORATION I Publishers, 310 Uroedwsy. i Frank A. Munsey. Preslltnt. Errln Wgrdmen, Vice-president! Wm, T. Dswart, Vlc.prsldent ami TreMurar; It- ( 1(. Tllherlngtnn, Secretary. ; i ; i newsstand prices. Dally, two rmt ropy In Nw VorU ! rlly and suburbs nnil three rents lire Bumlnjr, nvc rental elsewhere, ttn nts. fAtL SUBSCRIPTION hatm. j Illver! One M Year. Monthi. Month onth ll.cn DAILY A SUNDAY. .Ill 01 l.0 PAILY only 00 MUvnAV onlv 4.0 J 1.25 .1! .40 MUr.?A.Vn.'int;r,R;. Vf thetU.iprjHUN's Horn has happened. Tllver add II a year tor dally or deny nu Sunday edltlone roitKio.v RATES. DA1LT A SUNDAY.. t:-0 III DAILY only 11.01 J.JJ SUNDAY only I.7J . All cheeks, money orders, AC ifiada payable to The Sun-Herald. 12.(0 ' J.tO European Edition, rubllahed In Parle every day In th er. Price In l'arli 23 centimes, dally n (Sunday. niiitu OFFICE, U AVENUE byrciM, . -,,, info...

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 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

RARE RELICS OF - Collection of W. Tinnier Wnsli inrton, Pcsccndnnt of Pres ident's Brother, on Snlc. fiAKMEXTS OF GENERAL His Telescope, llazors, Coat Buttons and Shoe Buckles to Be Dispersed This "Week. i;,rdy patriots In considerable mini t ,. '.raved yesterday's weather to nt--,nd ti" first view of tho OeorKO Wash,-'rtrt-m relics (it the American Art Asso t in on which nro to bo koUI thero, nt nu-ti'Mi to-morrosv and Saturday. Tho minion bclohs to William Lanier Waslm pton. a direct descendant of the I'rfpldent's brother, Col, John Augustine YVashltmton, and an Interest v,e .'hart which accompanies the relics , .ms li v tho llfii. descended through v ,. ..u Washington owners U tho pres. ( i' 'nissi ssnr. n. i.idcets exhibited arc quite worthy , i missoiiiii and many uf them have i, f'.ihwii hi tin liimous oiu juici . -,.n which was for a time the re--.;,.ry f much WashliiKtonlana. They i i.io" not only documents and corre l, it. e but much of Washington's , .i iter, his telesvope...

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 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

10 4 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5.1920. K!DDER,PEABODY&CO. 1 1 FINANCIAL NEWS - AND COMMENT NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES. Wednesday, February 4, 1920. 115 Drrcnstilrc Si BOSTON UWallSt HEW YORK Investment Securities Foreign Exchange Letters of Credit ftnesrrrltnlj ol Baring Brothers & Co., Ltd. 3 iondon Stock Market Breaks Sharply Asain, but Decline Is With out Disorder. 1920. Day's talcs 1,721.100 Year to date 22.SJS.S27 -awtsr.-, IDlr.l 1114. Aik. I Id 1. 1 Bal. 1310. 373,000 12,794,143 1913. 503,903 13,736,036 37U 70 72 I l?; IS WEAK UNTIL THE CLOSE ' j I 8S Standard Issues Arc Well "4 Tt 1.4 lrl.. ... t WmnAtntv I ??9J JJOUKIIL "1 U1IIII1U Ul wuunis 133 Expands Enormously. Maury Rogers & Au chine loss Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain Members K. Y. Stock Exchangs. N. Y. Cotton Exchangi Chicago Board of Trad 25 Broad St 3ih 73 In' 91 S3 119 4ST4 97 134 115ril7 47 1 A'hi 12'i 13 93 i 99 23Uj 23 H 110 1110 414 42 102 'l03 11 UK S2 01 92 33 i 19 634 96 SO ...

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 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

THE- SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1920. One of The Beat preferred stocks issued by one of the strongest indus trial corporations is offered by us at an attractive price. Large assets, earnings and f nking fund provisions make this stock a very de srable investment For particulars send for Circular No. BX-74. If A. B. Leach & Co., Inc. (2 Cedar Street, New York Mraco 1 kit ton Duflalo Clerelind : tiiadrtrbla Mliiociipolkiniltlmprt ? 11 FOREIGN EXCHANGE SINKS STILL LOWER Fluctuates Wildly Upward nnd nt'Closo Slumps Under Tuesday's Final. CAPACITY HOLDS DP STEEL PRODUCTION STERLING DHOrS TO $3.10 Experts Assert Evend Show Europe Acting to Stop Im ports From U. S. 07 Fields of enezuela and Colombia with MAP Ask M Greater A. I Geo. A. Huhn & Sons Memoirs N'f York Stock Exchange Philadelphia Stock Exchange 3f.i:ifD Stock Exchange York Cotton Exchange ' Drotc8 Ut Walnut St. r York Philadelphia Acuta demoralisation prevailed yes- SZ,,r 1? th i0T'-V "chant-e market,...

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. — 5 February 1920

4 -v ' 12 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1920. COTTON MARKET 1 CRASHES $9 A BALE Is Under Heavy Locnl and Ont hlde Selling Pressure Most of Session. BOSTON & MAINE TO BUY ROLLING STOCK Stockholders to Vote on $10, 000,000 Project. 1."h 1 Th stockholders of lli.. Tlnuf'sin finil M.ilrio Ilnllrond will If called upin to consider tho purate of $10,000,000 of new rolllnr utooli at a J meeting here on February 25, if was an nounced to-day. Tho Director-General I itia ditMnfii tn fhrt marl twenty loco motive, 1.500 f-ondoia cars and 500 box r,.TT,T--, mTTt-n iTn.'r'MW An equipment trust nsreemcni. JiAljiaiiS ijiiuxj , unjer which notes for the purcnaw oi . .. ii I I......I ib I 11)81 PlOCH. nOUUI ire inaucu, ,o j.ivw. i Petitions asking for allowance of counsel fees and disbursements nmount- lr.(- to J 163.91; In connection with the Boston nnd Maine receivership were filed In the Federal Court to-day. If the petitions bo allowed the total legal . expense of the rec...

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 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

ASSERTS U. 5. FACES FUEL OIL SHORTAGE irmilp .lniininl Declares Ilcccnt, Fiilurcs of Mexican Wells Are HespouBlbic. plin.llXO WASFORIUDDKX! Siliiiiiiiiii lias VndcrRono Com ,,l,.o rlinnjre, Ai-cording lo Writer. 1. ountry faces a virtual tho main of fjol oil, duo In fhorl . 1 t failure of many wells In ! tn the fact that until very Ameikan corporaxloiw Iwvc .1 1 li 11 to open new properties, .lament of tho Oil Trade niiiih has Juki concluded an M rt.-' ' examination of th fields In ertaln tho exaot truth of Mill ' ; ' r rep1"'' t t! ,i the appcaranco oi ami n.i.Bht about a crisis in that M .. ..i....Hii.. I n poiUC t" sail waicr i viiiuhj I f, r) 't- Tepetate-Caslano oil producing Miithern nart of the Tain- . o-Tixpam rcclon f Mexico, coupled ' Mi.p;.n.K the drllllne: work ot i - ii. l r.impanlcr". has brouRht , i ..nplrte chanse in the xuel ' ilei lares that Journal. "A larpe oonip.inleH operatlnB ttiir 'iiukIiik lonir term eon M.'xuan oil, rnimMnc from 7 to JI.Ij a barrel, de- .;....

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. — 5 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, lpgO. Th I inionnhh. Position Reeardine Internaibnal Control of the Sport 5 V riri-fTif.n i ifjiiv jiiil,iu.lg j vtttut a nw - v - - zd j st FRANCE ACCEDES TO AMERICAN DEMAND lloxiiijr Officials Ohnngrc Trout ns to Voles in Proposed Union. TEN VOTER FOlt AM KMC A Match Hoi worn Kilbnn- mid Vnlffcr Clinched by PonI ins of Forfeits. II j- CHARLES T. MATII1SOX. The protest of thr. Army. Navy and rivlllan Hoard of Hoxlng Control against tho propose of the Krench Federation of Hexing that all nutloiia Joining the International Boxing I'nlon should have ono vote each on nil vital (iiiestlonH to be considered has brought Immediate re sults. The Ktcnch board announces Its willingness to agree to America, En in land and France having ten votes each In tho unron, while the smaller nations ure to have voting power according to their relative Importance In the matter of boxing, This Information was yesterday re ceived by President lllddlo of th...

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 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

ir THE SUN Mt) flflW YORK ftERALt), TflURgftftSV Fl-BRtJAlRY 5, 1920. IS Yale Club Squash Expert Defeats Harvard Rival in Final for the National Class B Championship - ' 1 H! t " .JLH - -j TSBurEZzz SURVIVE IN ' " . Beaten Finalist and New National Class B Sduash Champion : i il J O'BRIEN CAPTURES HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS COLUMBIA VARSITY a II a 1 paroritoH Como Through to Sfini-Finnlfi in Women's Conipotit Ion. BOSTON OIHIi ELIMINATED jliss si-ioiirnoy IMnys Well, lm( Miss (loss Proves Too : strong for 'Her. Forth, first tlinoMn tho tonrnnmcnt thcra " h""'1"!? approaching nn up t ycst' i lny nn tho IhlKhU CasIiio foart'i wh' n' 11,0 women's nnnuul Invl ,lon twinm event narrowed down to liir furvlvo.s In tho semi-final round. Ttvorltcs rnmn through victorious In Jry case, .mil tho only surprising fea ,jr,i ti.f ran) with which tlioy out .nvfd their oliponr;itH. 1'u three of tin! j (Mir jinpleH muti'liea decided the w'n- ' . .1 - t 1M1, n ' ni tlie fourth t)i Inner man tfi io cit two ...

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 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

- -A ' V I ii I II I 1 16 4-f HOTEL GERARD SOLD SUBJECT TO LEASE 'SnmucI K. Jacobs Is the New Owner Operator Hesclls Springs Huildhiff. Gllbcra & Kramer and ? Mrrlll Ttanncr fold to Samuel K. Jacob o! Vritter Emmerich & Co. the Hotel (Jer ard, a thirteen story Mructure, 100x125, at 23 to 119 West Forty-fourth street, Icascl to the Keystone Hotel Company for twenty-one yearn at an aggregate rental of J 1,700,000. The building, which contain 3CS rooms, was erected In 1S94, and la one of the drat of the modern hostolrles built above Madlnon Square. It adjoins the Helasco Theatre and Is opposite the Lambs Club. William 2. Susferr.nn negotiated the Falo of the prop crty for William Itankln to the present Beller.i last November; also the existing leatto and present Fale The asltlng price of the property was Jl, 000, 000. .Spring llullillnir HesjnIU. Max X. Natlianrnn resold to flayer ft Mayer. Inc., tho SprltiRH Hulldlng at -2? to 33 Wen Thirty-eighth street, a sixteen story loft ...

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