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

T THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD. THURSDAY, ATRffi 1, 1920. SMITH ACCUSED 'AGAIN BY HENRY ,Prtotingracts IN 15 CHARGES Police Department Aids In spector in His Testi mony to Jury. KEW AFFIDAVIT IS FILED Scope of Vice Inquiry Grow: A not her Speedy Decision Is Indicated. t. r Uoimnlc'.t Henry, tlie police inspec tor, who Is tho principal accuser of jamca 13. Smith, Assistant District Attorney, was before tho Extraordi nary Grand Jury threo hours and live tninntch yesterday. Ho submitted tho six afllduvUs aimed at Smith and made public last week, putting their sub stance Into colloquial form and telling ' his mot.vo for tho attack. With the cooperation of Police Headquarters, which supplied a bundle of papers from its files, Henry made fifteen additional charges. These uro, first, that thirteen raids engi neered by Smith on the cst br.'e m 1913 were unneccjsary and unproduc tive, and were Intended to emburra-o Honry; second, that Smith did not dis play the proper zeal in prosecuting two ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

T THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL 1920. lf4 . SECOND READING J Lloyd lULE past BY 348 TO 94 Puts IMLi Through House Full of j Political Foes. HKI'KKS TO U. Sv SENATE Tells Washington Nngliiiul Will Kepruss Secession Just iis "Was Done Here. Stronger Than Ever When you buy real es tate or lend money on It, have the title guaranteed by our Company. After 37 years our guarantee Is stronger than ever and the quality of our service un equalled. TiTlE guarantee & TRUST C9 tytilal Cablt llttpatth to 'fns Sl"x am Xhw Yonic llUiM.P. Ctpurlflit, IMO, tV TlIE Sun asu Neiv YonK Ilriutn, London, March 31. Tho British " Parliament voted 345 ,u 94 In favor nf homo rule for Irolund thin nftor Mioon. parsing the bill on second read- ' tu1 ITciiucm Lloyil Heorge, tho only nur i "lA'ivlns ivur I'reinlcr, not only carried tho bill through assaults from all Birtea of a Mn-llument which was nulling v.ilh p.-rsonnl hostility toward him, but at tho same time delivered smash ing blows again...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

mm M mm A u ii 71 m -whim m L THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920. MOST of the commercial gas sold in New York is good gasoline. But you sometimes see a big car that is hard to start, picks up slowly, and pulls with difficulty. Two extremes of gas can make this trouble. They are: Heavy mixtures which in former days was kerosene; or Natural Gas or Casing Head Blends containing sulphur compounds. These are rarely removed, as the casing head is added after and not before the gasoline is refined. Indian Gasoline is not of these kinds. It is one of the good gases and is always uniformly good. Look for the Indian Sign at garages and buy gas where you see it Dealers Prompt delivery service is as sured by our fleet of high-power, heavy -tonnage, modern trucks INDIAN REFINING COMPANY (Incorporated) OFFICES 244 Madison Avenue New York City BULK DELIVERY PLANTS Third and Creek Streets Long Island City Passaic Ave., Kearny, N. J. EXPORT TERMINAL Kearny, N. J. 1! ' 1 Ajl

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

J Jl J "If I v 1 ' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSpAY, APRIL 1, 1920. F HI ! f LAWSON IS EJECTED P' ; pOR SHOUTING LIAR iS, giiiaiMBailBil- a I' l 1 "Yes," rejoined Speaker Warner. II I IWJCKS IKflBMfll.. V r to Testify V Boston rromotcr Not Allowed at Hearing on Stock Sales Inquiry. IILT WITH SEN AT OK KECK At ft Int'tcfr Charged Broker With Trying to Get Churcli Mcm " l)ers to Buy Shuros. i tipecfol to Tun Sun and Nbw Yohk HtnAi.n. IJoston, March 31. Thomas W. Law lie n, broker nnd promoter, was ejected lo-day from the hearhis licforo the Com ..nlttee on HiiIch at tho State House on Vlici bill to broaden the powers ot the ,itiorney-Ocnor,il to investigate rrtock Iflcs. Tlio ejection was due to l.aw lon's shontins at former Senator Heck, "You're a liar!" when Heck charged Inweon had tried to Imluco niemucru of n church to subscribe- for National stock. Previously, In a llery debate with Speaker Joseph Warner of tho House, chairman of tho Committee on nules, h-l IJACOBS&CO. L...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920. MOUNTED ON HORSE, HE DIES BY HANGING Gen. . D. Sinuns Ties Noose About Limb, Then Spurs His Horse. "WAS IN FAILING HEALTH Served as Captain in Spanish "War and Hconme National Guard Brigadier. AsilEVlLLE, N. C, March 31. County authorities cut down to-nlsht tho body of Gen. ltlclinrd D. Slmms, accil D2, of WimhlnBton, V. C. a patient at a local bantturlmn, from a roadside tree, where It hud been found lianglns somo hours lifter life was extinct. Gen. Simula's horao was found nearby mul onii'lals said lie. apparently had rid den under the tree, knotted tho rope iironnd his neck, tied tho other end to a limb and then spurred his horse out from under him. Washington', March 31. Hlchard D. Plmtns was for many years purchasing upent for the District of Columbia, re flgntnjr In 1905 to become treasurer of the Capital Traction Company, lie nerved as Captain In the Spanish-American War anil in 10...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

'T'l1' i 10 AND FHE NEW YOKK HERALD. FOUNDKD 1833-1835. NBVy VOUK, THUISDAY, AP1UL 1, 1020. 'fB SUN-HEUALI) COIU'OIIATIQN. , Publishers, 380 Hroadway. ; Frank A Jlunsey, Prssldtnt. Ervln Wardman, Vlee-praatdanti Wm. T. wart, Vlco-pretdont and Treasurer; It. Tltherlngton, Secretary. NK1VSSTAM ril?CK8. Pally, two rents a copy In New Vork Ity and kiiliiirim unci three rents flse . iv li ere 1 Sunday, lite cents; clsettliere, ten cents, JIAIL BUilSCllIPTIQN IlATliS. Cast of Mississippi -nivcr: On six Qna Hv Mall, Postpaid, Year. Months. Month. DAILY J: SUNDAY.. 611.00 1(1 00 f 1.00 lAir,V only.. fl.ni) 4.50 ,63 SUNDAY only 4.00 2.M .40 tfUNHAY only, Canada 0.00 a.2S .5!i for all points went of the JIlsslsslppl Illver ad J i a year (or dally or dally and , Sunday editions. KOUUION KATES. IAU.Y A SUNDAY.. S 00 18.00 $2.40 DAILY onl 18.00 (J 00 l.f.0 SUNDAY only 0.73 B 11! .80 All checks, money orders. Ac, to be jmade payable to The fiun-llorald. European Ldltlou. 'Published In Pari every ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

f THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920. 44 11 Mr. Damrosch at Mr. Flagler's 3h nml .Mrs. If. U. Fltiglor Hold Ifcccption for Sym phony Conductor. Sir. and Mrs. Harry Burliness Flag ler last nlKlit hail a reception In their home nt 32 Park avenue for Mr. nnd Mrs. Waller Damrcwch and the directors nt tho Symphony Society of New York. IF U'nn rnnlli fu ru.'rtlt fnr Aft Tllim. osch, who with tlio oiclumtra of tho Symphony Society will start for Europe fr'oon for a series of concerts. Mr. anil Sirs. Damrosch aro to be passengers on board tho PYonro on April 14 and iha men of the orchestra will no out on hoard the Itochambenu on April 22 Mr. nnd Mrs. Flagler und tholr daughter, SIIs Mury llarknesH Flagler, and Mr. and Mrs. luunroscli received tlio guest!). After all had assembled thero was a short progrunimo of musla hy Mr. Rachel Morton-Harris, who flans, and music for two pianos by Mr Guy Clluler and Mr. Lee Fatlisoii or Boston. Afterward supper was served at smnll table...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

12 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920. Vermont Defeats Princeton on the Diamond, 1 to 0-John Heydler Divulges Facts in Answering Lee Magee HE 53 LIP IN 15 1111 GAME T"B Compollcdto Row toTcranjit J in First Clash of Sea son by 1 to 0. REAL HTOHEBS VvtiLl "Pnnr Unco Ifitniifntr Pr-nvnnfQ XOOr JsnSO ItUniling lrCVUHlS Tigers From Scoring in Eleventh. BeecM to Tub Sen and Nbw Toils Hebaid, Fmnceton, N. J.. March 31,-Tlio Tl - . .i. . km i....k.it .,n gcrs opened their 1920 baseball season hero to-day with ono of tho most thrill Ing battles ever staged at old Nassau. They played fifteen Innings with tho University of Vermont and wcro com-1 pellcd to accept defeat by a ecoro of 1 j to 0. From beginning to end It was a pitchers' duel. Tho New Englonders won the gamo when Brock readied first on Kcye's error, was sacrificed to sec ond and scored on Harris's clean slnglo to centre. Tho first nine Innings was a brilliant pitchers' battle, with Warburton, tho diminutive Tiger...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

t r i THE 'SUN AND NEW YORK HERAtD, THURSDAV, APRE; 1, 1920. t ' 13 Vincent Richards Outplays S. H. Voshell in Fifth Round in National Indoor Tennis Championship Tourne YOUTHFUL TENNIS CHAMPION TRIUMPHS .Vincent IMcIinnls Scores Over S. H. Voshell in Indoor Title Tourney. VETE11AX IS OUTPLAYED .Winner. On tt ricks His Oppo nent All tho Way Four Entrants Survive. If any ono In the tennis gallery .it the Keventh Keginx-nt Armory yestorday still labored under the impression that 11-yea.r-oid Vincent Illchards had scored u lucky victory In the national indoor tennis championship a year ago, he had good reason to chance hlH mind on tlmt point after tho youngster had llminatcd S. Howard VoRhell, one of the strongett'of the title contenders, In tho fifth round of tho annual tournament. Richards left little room for doubt yes terday that he was entitled to all tho distinction he lms gained on the indoor '.ourts. Although the score was close, I 6, 6 4, the youngster In reality out guobscd, o...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920. Mi Mi i Br 1 I u f it j1 in II W - Ti . KIDDER,?EAB0DY&CO. 115 OfivoBShka SL BOSTON HWallSL NEW YORK Investment Securities Foreign Exchange Letters of Credit Cofmponifentt ol Baring Brothers & Co., Ltd, LONDON ' Munds Rogers & Stackpole. STEELS and COPPERS Our Utttr, sent upon request, ductules t h prospects of these industries. Members N. Y. Stock Exchange N. Y. Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trade 25 Broad St. Uptown Office 16 VandertVlt Ave. OIL PRODUCTION and INDUSTRIAL GROWTH go hand in hand, as present day industry cannot exist with out oil. Present Industrial expansion has been realized at the ex pense of reserve oil supplies, now materially reduced. CITIES SERVICE COMPANY today occupies a strategic posi tion in the petroleum industry. Circular "A-V on Request Henry L. Doherty & Company Bond Department 60 Wall Street, New York Odd Lots Our service meets the needs of those interested in odd lots, whether f...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920. A Progressive Bank The keynote of American business is progress. We try to supply a banking service that is thoroughly American. GARFIELD NATIONAL BANK 23 Strut. WHtRt FIFTH AVENUC CROSSES OROADWAY 'Y'E take pleasure in announcing that Mr. Frost Haviland has this day been admitted as a general partner in our firm. HOLMES, BULKLEY & WARDROP MEMBLItS A"e York. Stack Exchcn-t Pitltburgh Stack Cxchanic L'n on Bint Ulif PitUburth 1 BroidViT New VorL 7.57 Return On a Safe Conservative Preferred Stock Company established 45 yean spa. Lsrnicgs five tines dividend re quirements. Handles product which it daily necessity. Safeguards about this security Flace it in practically the same position as a mortgage bond issue. Strong sinking fund require ments. Price $92.50 and accrued dividend Yielding about 7.57 Circular on Rtpa- Scott & Stump Mrjnbrr. Coniolldated Stock Licbans et .New Tori Investment Securities srr.ci4.usTs i om lots Sl...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

' 1 I F m IK Liberal Income LIBERAL income from investments made at this time should appeal to those having accumulated or surplus funds. Our April Offerings Our April circular listing about one hundred Bonds, Short Term Notes and Preferred Stocks with comprehensive descriptions of the newer issues offers, with our recommendations, United States Government, Foreign Government, Muni cipal, Railroad, Public Utility and Industrial Bonds, and high-grade Industrial Preferred Stocks that will fit your particular requirements. We gladly give suggestions and otherwise aid you in a careful selection. Our Monthly Circular will be sent upon request for AD-295 The National City Company National City Bank Building, New York Uptown Office, Fifth Avenue & 43rd St. Cincsftndmt Cfxa h nerc ttin ffiy Citin BONDS TRErERRtD STOCKS ACCEPTANCES Coupons Maturing April, 1920, Payable at ths Offices cl Harris? Forbes & Co Pine Street, corner William, Naw York Ilrst Ada, Minn., Independent S. D. Scho...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920. ) State Motor BoughtSold Quoted Gwynne Bros. Tel. Broad 5270. 25 Broad St., N.Y. Anglo-American Oil Special Analysis Sugar Stocks Studcbakcr U. S. Steamship Howe Sound in our market Letter "Financial Features" Discussion on shortage of Gold and Silver re lating to Market Con dition. Ask for E-19 EJ.WATERS&CD. 25 BROAD ST, NEW YORK -hono Broad I45G-7 1503-4 Common Stock Uought-Sold-Quoted Circular on IttquuL MOORE, LEONARDS LYNCH Members .Vcta York 6 Pittsburgh Stock Exchanges. FrlckBldg. 111 li'wav Rllz-r'arlton Pittsburgh New York Philadelphia Founded 1797 Seasoned Investments 30 Pine Street New York fiELLWIG LOTTOS Memhen of N. Y. Sloct Eichanlt ' INVESTMENT SECURITIES 25 Broad Street, New York Telephone Uroatl 6230 Orders accepted in Stutz iotor Car Stock E. BUNGE & CO. 44 Broad St., X. . I'lwnr Broad G031-G j Butler Bros, new and old I Montgomery Ward "B" STOCK John V. Dunne & Co. 44 Broad S'. New York Teltphont B...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

tit t I 1 '5 I 18 FRANCE EXPECTS , TAX ON CAPITAL intcrmil Loan Likely, None ' Abroad; Imports to Tie Checked. EXPO NTS TO HE SI'EKDKl) jfcmljiisi incut, of Tuxes and Lcvv on Fortunes iW Minis ter's Proriiinnie. t'peolai mine thspat'). iu Tin: it m Ni.w Tom; Ih.lMl.li. I'miiiiihl, 19J0, in 'I'm: Stn x.nd Nr." Yobk Hl.lHUI. I 1'Aitia, March 31. That Knince haul definitely abandoned the Idea of pro- burlne loans from America and from England In an effort to restore her j financial equilibrium, and inttcad Intends ; to apply hor national energy to tho ' carrying out of a formula lone nco laid down by Herbert Hoover and other stu dents of economics and finance. Ik ap parent lifter tho statement by Krcdci'le Francois 'Marsal, Minister of Klnnnce, In tho Chamber of Deputies. M. Marsal's statement. It may be s-.'iM, has the almost unnnlmous Indorsement of the lciielt press. If his plan is can led out It will take tho followlns iours: 1. N'o further external loans. 2. The Issuance of anothe...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920. 19 Br :L- LATEST NEWSIROM REAL ESTATE FIELD 2Tew York Telephone Co. Buys Block Between Vcsoy nnd Barclay Streets. . OPERATORS ACTIVE AGAIN ViJWlUIVO XX iJ AUAltf rrr m . . . 4ieavy Tramnff in Apartments and Dwellings Is Fcaturo of Market. Tho New Tork Telephone Company Is aM to bo thi buyer of tho block bounded by Vcuoy, Barclay, Washington and Wost Mb., which has Just been sold by tho various owners. Tho block lies to tho north of Wash ington Market, and la at present Im proved wltli eomo thirty-five uid fash ioned buildings, all occupied by produce and fruit dealers, who will prolubly ba hard put to find new quarters phouM tho new owners beck Immediate possession of tho properly. Tho entire property haR frontages of 255.8 feet In Vcsoy and Bar clay sts. nnd 212.5 iect on Washington nnd West eU It Is known as 80 to 108 Voscy st 30x110 Barclay St., J 33 to H7 West st. and 203 to 222 Washing ton st. The- Eellars wero former Judge ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

V hi i - IJ Bil SEAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY. 1 I hi I 7s VWiw m - . , . , of Loirag Islamd Properties Home-seekers are afforded a rave r-nportuntty to buy the properties described here, below their normal tiJ.rcs. All of them arc attrac tively situated in fine residential sections, within quick run of New York, yet r.i the very threshold of Lone Island's delightful outdoor pleasures. GREAT NECK A delightful 3 acre property, dotted with fruit trees. Spucluus 11 room frame house, hardwood trim nd parquet loom. 3 in.ij.icr bed rooms and I baths on first lloor, 3 rooms and bath tin third floor, Hot water heating plant. iMrago for 3 cars, with Gardoner'u quartern above; separate steam plant. Poultry and jrreenhouscn. Special Price 100,000. GREAT NECK Attractive stucco house, pleasantly situated; 25 minute from station. I maater bedrooms, 3 baths, 3 ser vants' rooms, 1 bath. Itoomy Bleep ing porch. Hot water heating plant. Portable ganiso for 1 tar. special Price 125,000. BELLE HARBOR large f...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIU 1, 1920. 21 03: I a. 14"-. KV life .4 UcfJf. i n. ft, BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. A fl'r-t class UNDERTAKING BUSINESS) for imli"; established over 10 ymai amount of Imslnea to (Into la (233,000: average yearly not jiroflW lL'.OiD aiuj over; the lmUies If mm ecbtrlau and tin n rapable help, w t tint ex- Jwrlcnce It unnecessary: Inventory of March bows value uf (12,000; will accept cash or part cash and 11 good country home. Ail dress .T. J, CONNORS, Wurld Bulldlu., New York city. AGENCIES Traveller Willi 25 year' ex perlencn ojion to entertain good felling linen In ssrocorlea unit provisions; excellent noMieeton anil references, Write Box 1), KUia'a Advertising Agency, Albert Cliim. tern, Middlesbrough, England. HAVE VOt' A LEGITIMATE BUSINESS you wish to sell vvllliiiiit publicity? Or seeking associate with m nltnl tor expansion? Sco . . IIOBEKTS'FEO.ST COMPANY. Mi Klli nv, Murray lllll-nssi. llUOKLET MAILED UPON REQUEST. INVENTORS, protect ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL' 1, 1920. 4 9 Ik PERSONALS. -ANT one knonlnc tbe wlierenbnnM of Mr. :Vi U. Knslcr, formerly Tim'iln Turk, Uln.l jr comoitinlcntd i, r 107 Hun-IUrlcl, IIerM AHTHUIl, UKKTA M., will benefit by nny 'one forwnrdlnir lirr addrcmi to Attorney, room an, 3 wontogUB t.. uroowyn. INfOflMATION wntiti-il nf Jihn Klsler, left 44 Wet H4lh April ID, 1!U2. Attorney WBItljANDKn, 1.112 Mmllmn nv. , WANTED Address of mill) niHto InUninte iwUh Oeortr W, Mowbray, rnirlitccr, Auxlll WT Service U, S. N.j on relief xhlp up the Medtcrrneun 1014-13, K, H. MOWUIIAY, 1)2 79th t., Brooklyn. Business specials, . CASH PAIO IMMRDIATRI.Y FOll Pawn Tickets, Diamond", Precious Stones tuui Jewelry! ntrlcty confldiintlri. 13st. 1883. , I'OUOOTSTON'H, SOS- Rlh nv . R COr' !-M "'' T"' r'"'''1 Vl""1frt'"'-- ' CASH for tltamonrn, pearl, stlrerware. olJ rp)l(l. Mm, T l.VM'irs Wr. ..7 . -i ' IAVAI' officer, iul returned from ManJU. h ten fine straw hat" suitable for ladtej or lent...

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

IS-"' Stilt , WpATHER FORECAST. Rain and warmer to-day; to-morrow clearing and colder; strong northwest and south winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 54; lowest, 4S. Detailed veattw rcpom win be found on tbe Editorial pice. 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. 215-DAILY. PRICE TWO . CENTS TimB13 Crntb IN NEW YORK CITV AND SUBURBS. I ON TRAIN'S AND F.LSFAVHERB. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, mbr-1' roric, n. t. SUFFS LOSE IN DELAWARE; RA TIFICA TION DEFEA TED IN HOUSE BY VOTE OF 26 TO 6 CROKER LURED' STRIKE TIES UP INTO WEDDING, EERRIES: PERILS HIS SONS SAY FOOD FOR CITY HOUSE COMMITTEE VOTES PEA CE RESOL UTION 12 TO 6; DI VISION IS ON PAR TY LINES Hopes of National Victory by Winning 36tU State j Swept Away. ANTIS IX CELEBRATION Cheers Fill Assembly and Leadei-s Are Showered With Flowers. ONE CHA...

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

'lfA'tj''it't- i it THE SUN AND NEW YOBK- HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920. Instance, Germany mut URroe to ttia dl (rlbutlon ot Jtho ships BeUcrt by tho Vnitcrt Stales through the Reparations Commission. Tho resolution statcfl that llnrmnnir milet llCrCO tO tllO UnltCO i' States Keeping theso vessels." In his nttiicu on tuo ve-umuvM Cummlnja said : . TheM la Democratic opposition to . ...... it i i) ..nchi in tin unuul- , l, 1111 HHIU, illiu IV - V inotm opposition. Tho resolution " re ft 'sported by a majority nf tho Committee b don Vorclgn Affairs begins with fa so $, &tntomenfn ot fact, tends to exercise ft ?wwr which tho House loen not pos t nrtwi if ii, nxmiiitiiin bv any chance BliSuM' become effective, which I do not Jboj'levo It will, would complicate- do- mcstlo nnd International affulrs .In a ' i.,.,,.i ,..-iini:itinn. It also con stitutes a most disgraceful attempt to surrender tho honor nf America, "rhls resolution pul Ainorlca In a position of attempting to talto adyan...

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