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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 31 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD) WEDNESDAY, MARCH 81, 1920. MAJORITY REPORT ODSTS SOCIALISTS Five Assemblymen Avo Con victed by Committee on Every Clinrgc. AS PERPETUAL TBAITOItS' Party Held Mnrto Up of Such mid They Aro Assumed to IfepresenCTarty. i f, u to The Hex axu New Youk Herald. Ajuiant. Miircli 30. Tlio Socialist pari of America is branded ns an or rinizj'lon composed of pcrpetualtraltors In a najority report lllcd to-Uay by tlio Judn-bry Oommltteo of tlio Assembly roni:iiciHllnB the expulsion from tlio jglsI.ituro of the fivo Socialist members inm New York. The report devotes llttlo discussion to tha pnr-onal eharactcr or acts of the live Pocbiiit Assemblymen, concerning itself iirir.up.iliy 'lth anruments jn support of the rrsltlon 1,1:14 th0 I)arty v,lch r,ectl them is composed largely of for eiffti'Ti and non-voters and is inherently ua.AniiTican. The men elected by sucn n jurt .. . tUc report contends, must be as KnO to represent the principle of tin. r tarty, and hence mu...

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. — 31 March 1920

T1 St THE SUN AND NEW YORK - JHERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3i, 1920. 1 I LAND VALUES mr t f nrA I ft a fcrcascs steadily In value, A returns good rental, assur ing Interest on Its mort gage, and at the same time gets a share of the annual J150.000.000 Increase in capital values. There is no better security. Duy. our Guaranteed Mortgages and I get the benefit of Interest E at , e LAWYERS TITLE J & TRUST CO. (f 160 Broadway. New York E IBS McnUan St.. BrxUin & j 4 Curt St, Brookln p pj S7 Tiilliin St., Jamaica, . V. & frd ns.i k. nnth St.. x. v. gj C MSI Hrnadway. Ilriioklj'n. (fl Pj 160 Main St. . Plains, X. V. r A Word to Commuters: rHKHK arc many advantages to ho derived" from hating a rlierkine arrount in a N'ew York institution, among them Safety Convenience Prestige Counsel X) I'fl loration is liunilv for downtown workers and our halanrc requirements arc reasonable. FULTON TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK ttl'aW 1593 Ittmhtr tt'Ulal ?e,rn5v,fn Sngr DuUtitng 140 Broatluav aasa A...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 31 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 81, 1920. ttr SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD 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 Mnili. Wednesday. MUiCII 31. Gibraltar iGnwo ); also parcel post malls IuVm " ("m'1'' ",r iilui)uoliar.ina, Aiores Islands (Portugal : also parcel p.t ftomi IO''u?' 1VrtUi:al nluI Mj'll'lru' tr A tore. iVlarilV "nl Gibraltar (Italy i; also par ol post mihUh tor .Mores, Gibraltar and JU't, sir Crello, 12 M. t,..ros Inland, il'ortiigal ). ordinary mall Mill. ly rail to Provide, 111, and thencu by ti. ltouia. H I'M. Till nSDAV. APRIL 1. Smth Africa; aim luroet wst malls for 1, ..ii of .smith Wrics., lloohn ihiland Protec tor.,'... IVriiijiii-.p East Alrlt-i. .North.- nn.l Southern llliolcMi mil Smith net Africa Pro .jji..ratc. ste Western King, TJ ,M iii 12:'M ntn)AV. Ai'itn, s. v.nvav, Snellen. Denmark. Germany, Lltbu. a and Latvia; ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 31 March 1920

ln. i 4ff AND JEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED Ttn,, wnnXESDAV. yr.R. 31. S0- IE 8UN.HKP.ALD CORPORATION. MwrAafflfW T. rTIIhflSlO-. rerreiaw - m:mtan i-kict.9. ..""..-?. "?U .C".P,.1U rent. X." I lenti. ,, KAIL .n"BscniiTJ'j- filler: v,r ..;., JMYfct V 8BSDAV.. 11100 M tfL VDAY on.y....... J-W .. jit-NDAYon-y Canada 6 00 5,MlPpi For Mints ;t . ?'r dally aad mer id II year for Jlly or uy -'-fiiindsr eJltlsns. FOREIGN Mil DAILY t SLNDAY..i:CM U-j DAILY on r- lj " S? ??.! fctNDAY only - Alt theck. money orders. Bde pyb: to The Sun-Herald. 1140 1.SO . :o be European i.amon P-Jb-Iibtd In Partievery day ln lh "j IT la i'r!5 i'j centimes, dull) ana I'AIUS OFFICE. 4 a AVENUE DE InfoVrVa'lon concerning ---"--"J&J for th Europesn Edition my be obtainea from the main New York ottce. The Aswlated Press H 'rl?,,'!'12rf ",, tltJed to the use. for rPU a? no news despatches credited U otherwise- -re,llted In thf papef K(J a. so the fo.al r.-v puviahe-i I herein All nth'- ! r-publi- i-n of IP e' deipat...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 31 March 1920

hed Cross Nurse to Be Bride of Maj.J.F. Corby Granddaughter of Mr. E. I. Horsman to Bo Mnvrlc'd After War Service. jir. nnd Mrs. Harold F. Wilcox ot 151 WcU Fifty-seventh street, li'ave an jounced tho engagement of their duiiKH M, Miss Helen Horsman Wilcox, to jlijor John Francis Corby, .Medical Corps, U. 8. A. The wedding will toko jitco at the Plaza May 22. Miss Wilcox 1, a granddaughter or Mr. Edward I. Horsman, and a nleco of the lato Ed- Tard l Horsman, Jr., for novcrai years musical critic of the New York UeraHU Ehe Is n. great-great grandnloco ot Philip Hon?, who was Mayor ot New York in 1131. During tho war Miss Wilcox served a nod Cross nurtc In tho Brooklyn .Vaval Hospital. Major Corby Is tho Ion of Mr. Georgo W. Corby of Phlla jctphUu He served with tho Wench Jmv in 1915 and 1916, returning here, n October 1916. when ho received his luulsston In tho United States Army. o v nt back to Franco that year, ihcro bo served two yearn, ami be re turned to this country with Gen. P...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 31 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY MARCH 81, 1920. forses and Horsemen to Be Dispossessed From Gravesend Track as Result of Sale to Real Estate Company II t: tAVESEND TRACK f BRINGS $2,250,000 Brooklyn Jockey Club Sells Famous Old Course to Real Estate Firm. ALL HOUSEMEN TO MOVE Stables, Track and Grand Stand to He Demolished in Three Months. lly IIKXHY V. KING. The Uruvcscml rac track passed out cf existence yesterday afternoon. At n mectlnp of the stockholders of the Brook lyn Jockey Club, which owned the plant. It wan voted to olt the property to William K. Harmon & Co, for $25,000 an ncre, or $2,250,000 for the ninety acres tt covers. This Is one of tho largest prices paid for unimproved property In this vicinity In many years. Tho land Vlll 1)0 cut up and Fold as building lots. Tho mectlnK was hold at the olllco of tlio Brooklyn Jockey Club. Brooklyn, and 4,500 of the 5,000 stockholders voted to Mil. Immediately utter the. meeting of the rfockholders tho board of direct...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 31 March 1920

THE SUN ANJP NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MAftCH 31, 1920. Grant's Deeat iW Sox by 8 to 2Huggins Says Yankees Will Start Season With Young Player at Second Bd , GIANTS ONCE MORE ' TROUNC0ED SOX piny Groat TSnll .in Winning Fourth Straight Giuno lty 8 to 2. pitching is effective HiiIiIipU and Winters Yield Only Four Hits Fletcher's Work a Feature. II- iianicl. fiitKt.svii.LK. Hiss!, March 30. This line t 'reus old cotton' town, which f i i (.'lies behind a model levee on the i,)U'iil Mississippi, (lodarVd a mlt hoi Mi' ii s afternonii to isle everybody a .hnn.o to ceo tho CiIiwIh uinl tho lied Sox moot In the ninth panic of their f.nrv To-nffrht (ireonvllle votes that I' (lu tiiiWo w.is well worth while, fur Hie 'Junta travail splendid exhlhlthn tn winnmir )iy a wove of S Id H. Tilcy iead in t'li- (.erles by six kiUiich to three, and li.ivi' win the lat four In a row. Tho til nits continued their line vwvU jif vcafera.iv in Mobile and comb'ned lard a'u! timely hlttlnpr with alertness ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 31 March 1920

THE SUN AND 'NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1920. a FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT REAL ESTATE 15-Yr.FirstMortgage Loan Yielding 6 An afractive obligation of the Two Hector Street Cor juration on the 23-story tnitfnre known ns the I nitftl States I-xpress Building in the financial district of New York. 0atd when, as. .and if issued and rncited oil us at 100 and accrued interest Circular on request for AD-MO. TheNationalGty Company Miin OSc.iNaoawl C OaV Bldr Uptown OSmi f b . 4r4 Si. CcirrronientO(atMln'tr 60 Cities NEW YORK 3TOCK EXCHANGE PRICES. Tuesday, March 30, 1920. Doy'a sales... lear to date 1020. C6S.129 C9.S33.147 1919. 857,450 45,757.397 1918. 153,284 33,316,423 GOSSIP OP yMLL, STEEET, BONDS IN NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Tuesday, March 30, 1920. 1920. Day's Bales.. O.S1-1.000 1910. $15,418,000 804,814,000 1018. $4,586,000 220,407,000 Stock Market Holds Up Well CHfc. jgftW in Spite of High Itutcs for Call ifoney. ALLS CONTLYUE HEAVY 35 44 70 2 43 85 BI',-3 43 SS 119 ' t a ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 31 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1920. JIubllr HtUllij firriirltiCD 1 1 1 Sfnialuurjir, N. fl. NET OF WESTERN UNION DECREASES For Sale AIa.Trac.Lt.&Pr.Co.lst5s Appalachian Pr. Co.. 1st 5s Colorado Power Co. 1st 5s Dcn.Gas. & El. Co. Gen. 5s Nebraska Power Co. 1st 5s New England Pr. Co. 1st 5s Pac. Coast Pr. Co. 1st 5s Salmon River Pr. Co. 1st 5 s Sierra-SanFran.Pr.Co.lst 5s Tennessee Power Co. 1st 5s Union EI.Lt. & Pr.Co.lst 5s West Penn. Pr. Co. 1st 5s .Company Jtpuorts Final Profits for 1919 as Lower Than in .1918. SURPLUS lilSES IX YEAR ROADS FACE HUGE EQUIPMENT TASK Hallway Association Discusses llnying- and Paying1 for Minimum Needs. 1 (imss Operating Land Line' and ! Cable Kovenues Increase i During' Period. 'I'lir Income ni'counl of tlic UVxterti TEX LEAD KItS TX llHllATF! 1 ! 'Hi,., i cs.l.:Ai l mi i.. iv. I i nan ouujixL iiiiu umiltk 10 jjoi Considered Further at Meeting- To-day. I low iii buy between $3UO.OUU,UUU mnl . rrltutx I'luiiii'i o I'li...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 31 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1920. . . iTtr im EXIGAN Mexican Gov't 5 of 1899 Mexican Gov't 4 1904 State of Sahsco6fc, '28-30 National Railways and all Underlying Bonds Bought-Sold-Qnuied ALFRED R. RiSSE 50 Broadway, New York Tel. Btoai 5204-54-7 65SI -7 163 CURB SECURITIES ARE MORE ACTIVE MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS .0 ll Outside Market Is Also Strong- JsS&S':i er and Makes Several Sub- ASrSblSScS:::? mo i ouaccoo. ,t AmTotiacroCo. . . 7 AnacmidaOopCo.fl 8HOIXT TERM NOTES. Security. Kate. Our. 111.1. Asked. AmrVittnnOIl I AmTetVTel.. stantial Gains. LITTLE PUDL1C BIDDING JirDh,T.V:i5 n.entratArgiiy Few Industrials and Higher Priced Independent Oils Kiiliven Session. Kept. ?."2l Mii ( rro. vi -x us Dec !.! f)7H W Nor. 1023 100 1UO Nor. 1921 100 101 Nor. 13'M 100 101 Nor. liril 1W) 101 Jan. IBiO 01 (15 II An.AinOnCoU,7J4 Apr. 192,3 100 1(XH AnuourACoConvA Junel.V20-243Jj 101 HcthHteellVirp, 7 July 1. "i V'i ino iu"l b7 0St Ml '4 RYAN PETROLEUM Details and a discuss...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 31 March 1920

THE SUN AN NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MABCHSl lOjjfr Aiding American Commerce in France EQUIPPED with n, remarkable railway system covering nearly 32,000 'miles, or about 154 miles of railway per thousand square miles, France has set to work to rebuild her war ruined industries. Already new railways have been pushed into Alsace and Lorraine. Rapid progress has been made in re building 27,000 factories and nearly half a million homes. France looks to America to replenish 300,000 farm implements carried away in the war. In Paris, the center of French finnnce nnd commerce, at No. 1 Rue Tnitbout, is a branch of the Park-Union Foreign Banking Corpo ration, established there for the specific purpose of aiding American business men to cement closer and more cordial business relations with France. Wc shall be glad to place the facilities of this branch at your disposal. OFFICERS Charles A. Holder, President T. Fred Aspdon, Vice-President E. B. MacKenzie, Secretary & Treasurer Park'Unio...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 31 March 1920

nm .4, WaBUi wim Mr mm CITY WORKERS CHICAGO STRIKE IrUs ami (inrltiie llaiidlers ,ijMany OUk'1'.s Thri'iiU'ii , to Follow. 'l'()M(K (SIA ItJ COr.NFUi J'irc ii Sny They Will Uesiiiii if Hirlu'!' Pn.v Domainl Is Hefiisoil. ( n . March 30 -Willi 1.0UO i'it' ri i) doiUs. BtonograplierH and book ,.r? o- mi Ike to-tlny. tin" municipal l . 1 ., - u .HirliHK i-'r.K-tioii pum c.nseu imu.i;," f in .. .,f I'lO Kt'lxs liunilnrs, JTntl ti ti rcu of ior "-in. of fir"-' Jrt r ' i'.ji un'n. asr. utlvatia-8 j re Krai"'I i'lil'8 1"-iiig!it f il a, 'Be im.iI Ftnin- f city cuiployi1! !. Th' City Hull iv;ui ilcl:utU by ctrlk-'in-; Icrk and HlenoRrupher-. Tlio Il.'o were cillcd to iirefervo order after a, slcnoffraphrr who remained on duty ' was attacked. Tho Fusions of tho City Council also were guiirdeil by jxillcemcn. I The Cltv Council, which to-day re jected a revised budget calling for nn Increase of $4,000,000 to provide salary Rdvunc" for city unployees, met asaln to-rlchl In an endeavor to find ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 31 March 1920

LATEST NEWS FROM REAL ESTATE FIELD .Western Estate Soils Two Ten Story Loft Buildings in IMiiUown Section. DWELLINGS BOUGHT IHij'iuar for Occupunoy Move incut in Kcsidcntinl Field Ts Increasing. Harris & aiaurlco Mundelbaum and Visiter, Irving I. and Wrnm 8. I-wlna boufiht from tlio cstalo of flcojjjo P. W'lcl. of Younfrstown, Ohio, tlio -fn ten suiry mercantile liullillnK.s, 104j'-- at n to 3 Kast Tn-cnty-llrst struct. Tlio property returns nn nninial rental ot ap proximately $115,000. The Ktruoture.i vera erected by tlio lute Mr. Wick, who w;ih Identified with tlio Hteel IiusIiiohs. Thomas h. Itoberttson, vlce-tircsidont of tlio American HxchanRn Hank, Ih an ex ecutor of his estate. Klsman, Lee, Corn & Lcvvlne, attorneys acted for tho buyers. William CrulKsbank's Bonn, who havo managed tlio property, were tho brokers. HllslllCSS HlllllllllKN Stllll, Jinx Xlarx reflold to a rlieiil of tienrfse It Itead t "o. the two the story build ing, 2t.32.6 .mil 21.2.1S.C, at SIS ii nd ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 31 March 1920

THI& SUN AND NEW YORK fopALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 31, 1920. I I i . I mi 4E WANTED. J" s 15roadwr. ,buy ((' and UronxJwj. THIN THE HOl'It. ere. 'I'bon. "U r wjjt'. (e. 35 Nassau it. J';bn Wl4. i7"l or more rwJi. .: : priuegi wijinu. " Jus, ltVi "mi U'thI.I Hsricro r..Tn n kVn ri l.fri'AUTlc For property ion nai.k nm UISUI.TS Ml M. MOIH.F.NrilAI sin iiitoAiiu w. (our. mw. ER RESIDENCES TOJT. OCEAN GIIOU:, N. .1. Mori from ocean. V room wmliM e, from April 1 to winner i . i,39 K, ISil Tel. Mu'rav HMimZj , 'ACTORIES FOR SALE OR RENT. FACTORY IN THE BRONX Near subway; will improve immediately for a tenant on long-term lea1 with a fireproof sprinkler build ing containing 70,000 si(. ft. 100,000 sq. ft. or more on a very reasonable basis. Principal Only. BX 710 Sun-Herald, Herald Square I.OM. ISLAND riTVI 8,000 I 1 erly off BOM L-j 8,000 to 100,000 square feet space; IT occupancy: win nulla to son. SOMAN CA M.MAN COMPANY. Bridie 1'lara uiijiuinr, LONG ISLAND mi I Factories, H'r fox rr Ne...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 31 March 1920

1 S -..1 iiiajiaii1x hi wii nil i yotBTSe HERALDrvvEDNiiJl ! Situations wanted males. T help anted-males. t heip wanted-femaies. ln vui iiiinciw, long cxportnnce, prirate nun (0. 0.. 528 Biin-HoralJ, Horalrt wquarci. Nym, ciiaurrctir, mechanic, I'ncknrd, Cadll. I , mc, Huaio thcr curs, careful driver, olty. Wintry, lone experience private, xvoiild care (or mull garden or lit will wlro excellent rook, 'waitreju or chlldrcn'a name; excellent refer. ; no waiAtus. Please, cnll Couple, 200 QOUPLE, competent, reliable; wan Imllcr, TMeti wlfa good cook, cliimberniohl; lake antlra. chargo Mimll family; best references; tr, rouutry. Couple, 1000 Lexington ul, near Till st. WITJ.E, nun Hi el i-Iiim vimuflour anil me elinnlo; wife first class cook; fourteen yecra' .sHrpC'rlcnoo; beat nf city referenda, Frank, cuts Mm. Util. 587 East 79th j C6l'PLE, elTauffeur, liwaf ill ; wlfo cook; reL erencos. II. C 2W Sun-Herald, Herald equaro, (Xi'TKIt, uttcudlng cutting scho.il, wishes ii till on as assis...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 31 March 1920

Mrtaxit ttwwiiitr thtr wvrejitinit f J""" fc Somber, it 1, Wwlir oimr.anicii. i t iJ itt'rTTM'. Herald njl , ' nnn for. inline ton adiliww i Atrnmcy ! wwtii mi. iw MiMUmw unwuivn. . tSST- WJ5 yarfllttn-inean t!U-'u K n Jlowuu.M "'.... . Will t. Iironwvn . I "LOiTAND FOUND. i Sfhiufny niutir .timwetH m uniii" nf .i"iry. i rrnn mil imw" iih cwmi, r)y. ftrtifj'. , Kjrttimn itdi' )'n. w'tti rtlmrowirl. I" mi unci hn.l I'iri ""t P",1 Htl. if '.w'-i iri-Mar "-ninr. frl"'1"" jir. rwi m M.t"R. .IU . WOHT arti if. .mil twit Rv(Hft 01 Ylfftllf . u ..... 1.-..1. v.. ff.li- I1IM.1 Tlft.ltU.1 r xin-ttirti WHii rtimw urn ' iwm f ttnir r.iniiii'iiii nui rut-nix mihwh iBlHf .tfili .. V V . ;)!iyil"llt tHliil. I,;i,il- tjrtinl' nviit n hMitu , fJWV- r..IV ntvi-ri iiiit ill luiilir n",'"i iiuu'tfii.!.. .tnillilii.r (itllir. tiriilIlt I . iiu. aih ...ntiin.iiif.il . J3,T rtwvti"iiiiii iirl.'f 'n .nnmlnjiu (tvii iVnnnTu ffo'-'i imiiuktii" nun 41'iftn. I WtH r mil , fl nlfr f.inipuiis. ' Hym.. v. v ' fw...

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

r-' Suit WEATHER FORECAST. Eartfy cloudy torday; to-morrow show ers; variable winds, becoming south and fresh. f Highest temperature yesterday, 69; lowest, 48. Detailed weather report will be lound, on lha 'Editorial pan. A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD, preserves the best traditions of eac' 7 In combination these two newspape, make a greater newspaper than eithctvivUS AND THE NEW YORK HERALD nas ever occn on us own wohI 9 a . . a f '""la . VOL, LXXXVH. NO. 214 DAILY. PRICE TWO CENTS IN NEW TO UK CUTY AND SUBURBS. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920.-' THRER CENTS ON TRAINS AND ELSEWHERE. 0 fork, N. T. HOUSE TO SPEED RESOLUTION TO RESTORE PEACE Consideration of Porter's Joint Declaration Set for Next Monday. DEBATE TO BE LIMITED .Republican Leaders Con tend It Is Constitutional, Though Unprecedented. COLBY HOLDS OTHERWISE Democrats Expected to Oppose. It, hut Spccinl Rule Will Trovent Filibuster. Spdil In The Scn and New Toait Hrnit.p. Washington, Mitrch 31. Republica...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, 'APRIL 1, 1920. 44 I ifffll Km-?' ... r.-xBM us," Wnldwan said. They were rcqucntly by their erntwhllo laughed over the liroceedlnBs .ntly were lens concerned tluui prencnt, Ttln. chairman of tlis Ju- Sfflmlttcc, nrenciited tho major- ill tilsneil lir nevpn nf thu tlilr- 7 ,' ',!mb' T,lllt document wns thru fjjft rfiy lioforo tho Ilnuso for discus-fcU-yniMifir Kivfot rilled that olllclally there A-ro no minority reports, but ux plained that opinions written by mem bers of tho committee v;cro filed In tho cage. To tho latter collection was added a brief written by Mr. Dnnohue declaring strongly mralnst expulsion of the So cialist!, Assemblyman Maurice IJIoi'h, Demo crat, of New York protested that copies ol his report dlsnentliiK from tho major ity wcro not on the disk of tho incmbern Tho Speaker nuked the Assemblymen to CALL CROKER SENILE, TIE UP VAST ESTATE I the pollen, My fathcr'o wife thereupon r.ma that sho wnsn t co ne to have lie 'darlin...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, APRfi , 1920. . . H NEW fflXICOFOR JOHNSON MS N.DAKOTA Qfcncral Has Six Pledged ' ;and Senator Won Ten in the Preferential. A '& KTVYDEN SECOND IN BOTH McAdoo, Gerard, Hoover and 'Bryan Aro Only Democrats Mentioned in Poll. if NEW MEXICO NORTH DAKOTA IT hi Tfcw Mexico elected her six delegates 'ti? tlio Republican National Convention 'ta Stato convention on March 26 and 1 instructed them for Major-Gen. Leonard Wood. In North Dakota ten national dele rates wero selected In a Presidential preference primary on Starch J, United Htatea Sonator Hiram V. Joti v' 1, won tlio preference' In tho primary, -lioth lie knd tho Wood and tho Lowden managers claim the sympathies of tho delegates, However, under tho law they aro re quired to vote at tho national conven tlon for tho Presidential candidate re turned as a winner of the preference, . The accuracy of tho ipsultaj of tho poll of tho county chairmen conducted by Tim Sun and New York Herald waa oga...

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. — 1 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOKK HERALD; THURSDAY, APRIL X, 1920., : :flK'S UNIONS (REM STRIKE Jlcfnsnl lo' Convcno jrjiigsdiift- Immediately Loads o Crisis. I'llEl'AltlXG FOR KLKCTIO 1 .Will Work Excellently To gcllier if Socinlists "Win,' Monarch Tells Louder. Copen'iiaoun, Mureli 31. A general iHtrllio will Kit Into effect throughout Denmark Tuesday next, following tlio rejection by KIiir Christian ami the new , illnlstry of mi offer by tho trades unions t'tj compromise iho iiolltlcnl crisis If tlio i :l:iRBdK wus cimveni.il Immediately, i ", The strike was declared by the Trade Union Congress. The water, gait and 'olectric services will ulone be excepted u the general strike order. I All clauses of the population arc . fjurdlng food, petroleum, candles and 4ater. No Ferlous trouble lias devel l ' oped as yet, sin the police have been able y to disperse hostile utreet crowds. Indc- 'nendent Socialists Joined the Majority .Socialists In demanding a general strike. 'J'ho l.lebo Ministry has Is...

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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