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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 April 1920

THE SUN' AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920. 44 WEN HAS BIG LEAD IN POLL OF NLCAROLINA .Tudgo Pi'itclwird, Favorite Son, lo Have Delegates on the First Ballot. WOOD SHOWS STRENGTH Hoover First in Democratic Mind- llcimblicnns Confi dent They Will Win. NORTH CAROLINA i. Gov. Frank O. Lowden of Illinois la the first cholco of the nenubllctina of North Carolina for the Presidential nom ination, according to the poll of tho county chairmen taken by The Sun and New Yonic Ueralu. . , TmlK" Jeter Connelly I'ritchard of Ashcvllle, n favorite son, conies in sec end plare In the preferential contest. Itcpubllcuns outside of the Tar Heel Ktato undoubtedly will be much Inter ested to Know that their North Carolina brethren are all "hot i over the boom for their distinguished eon. They are deeply serious) over his candidacy nnd Mnccrcly believe they can land him on .tho national ticket for Vice-President lit least. , Herbert Hoover i-'eems to bo far in the lead, closely followed by Willi...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 April 1920

-1 TliOW 0 Ilk. Ik'! COLUMBUS TOOK A CHANCE ChrlBtepher Columbus ttofc a chance anil feund a Mew world. Bat he might easily have failed. Re was lucky. There Is no chance in Guar anteed First Mortgage Certificates. We guarantee payment of principal and Interest. The present rate Is 52 net. Any amount ver $100. JVb loss in 27 jcare fo any investor. We guarantee there netcr shall be. tknil tgr ncokttt F-93 LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO. niaiAMt m. mmi. rridnt Capital, and Surplus $9,000,000 59 Liberty SI..N.Y 18 1 .Montagu flt.,Itkn. TRIMO THE WOKD THAT STANDS FOIt Superior Pipe Wrenches AND MonkeyWrenches FOR SHOP, HOME and FARM Trimo Wrenches for sale everywhere; w ith Stetl Frames that will not break: Nut Guard!) that prevent accidental turning of the nut in clo quarters. uy or voun dcai.br on white TRIMONT MFG. CO. ro.xbukv mass. . ACKERMAW HATS 11 BEST HAT VALUE IN TOWN! .00 10 .00 to 1 LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE 2 MEN'S HAT SHOP IN AMERICA j Stetson Hats Every Stylo Stetson jj Makes to Sele...

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

sJilTHr! -'-tiff &T-y t ""I- -"'ijr -t T i--ff(fjJ-vj f r"" i -i"")-viwrT1T' 1 'TjTnnTW " ' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920. G The Port of Missing Men"- Tber work, puih, gulp, crowd, and DIE. ForwM? THEY ALL WANT TO GATHER A BANK ROLL! Walking ilowly behind their friends declare, "lit certainly was ambitious." Wait a minute what's it all about! Want to get rich Great! but take it easy let go. II you make it, well and good if you don't we'll hare ready (or you (and you'll neer miss the small deposits required) $10,000 CASH at a definite age, or if you die tomorrow the entire $10,000 goes to your family. We will show you in a lite-minute intenriew that jou get this $10,000 C-A-S-H (or any amount you wish to accu mulate) simply by depositing with us iy-ffo to W quarterly, semi annuslly or annually. BRILLS SCOTT h ; oi S ta a B fi H t j M (1 Life Insurance On a Business Basis 516 Fifth Avenue at 43d St. Phone Murray Hill 1150 BI!!l!Bi:il!II!!ILB!l!I.B!l!lB!!l!'Bi!...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 April 1920

THE SUN MNP NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, 'APRIL 2, 1920, SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD I in1 Iioi m it in tow Iir I If I I " r NOTICE TO THE SUN AND THE NEW YORK HERALD'S Ship Netv8 Office is adjacent to the Barge Office at the Bat tery. Telephone 1572 Broad. CLOSING . Transatlantic Mailt. I'iiiday. At'ISII. 2. Norn nr. Saedcn. Denni irk. Uermanv. IJtlm- MU and Latvia; nl parcel i..t mulls fvr fyy itr MmamforfJiuJ, );'.'.IT AM lup 10 ' SATt'HDAY. APRIL 3. Kurope. Africa aud Wet Asia; also parcel Post lualt fur (insii llrit.ilu. Ireland aud tUc oontrlea mentioned (u N-to A luluw, tr St i'niil. Ik All (sun lOiSO AMI. fcrrmco and otlier countries via Vnince ! rally addresM'd (iiilyi: nlwi parcel isi mailt for rmnce and tue cvonlrlcs mentioned In Nolo il Mow, ir Lu Lorraine, b.M AM (sup 'J:W AM) esu,in .virion; nigo parcel pmi mans ior Of South Africa, HcTlniannliin.l Protect' 'ortKKiicse Kust Afrt-u, .Northern nml Sun Rhodesia nml Smlli Went Afrl.a I'ruU-'li ssauu AXrion; also ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 April 1920

mm mm mm eg H.f.fi'kWnl. JF ze of cars and trucks will Hare's Motors build? HE outstanding characteristic of the mo tor vehicle market of the past five years has been its evolution towards a strict transportation basis. Whereas in the early days of the industry pas senger motor cars were bought for the pleasure and diversion they would give, they are bought today almost solely as a means of getting from place to place in varying degrees of comfort, it is true, but nevertheless primarily for travel rather than foi recreation pure and simple. The buying of motor trucks, too, thoroughly haphazard before the science of motor haulage was fully understood, has become very much a matter of elementary arithmetic based on known or easily determinable factors. By the process of this evolution the problem of the car buyer and the problem of the truck buyer have become essentially the same, though the one relates to the passenger mile and the other to the ton mile. Hare's Motors enters the fiel...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 April 1920

4 AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED 18.13-1S3.1. NEW 'Oti, FRIDAY. APKIL 2, 1020: THE BUN-HCHALI CORPOTtATlON, Publlaher. 280 llroadway. Frank' A. Jlunsey, President. Ervln Workman. VIca-presMsnts Wm. T. jjgwan, vice-president una Treasurer; 11 II.- Tltherlngton,. secretary. XnV8TANll i-kicks. Dally, two rents cow In New York dly nnit antnirb and thres-cent clr Whr; Sanduy, lire rents; elsewhere, teil MAIL RUnKCTtlPTION RATES. Kast of Mliliip'pl Hirer: On. Sl Ono By Mall. Postpaid. Year. Monti. J, Month. OAILY & SUNDAY..? 11.00 fil.nn fl.no DAILY only D.no 4..n .85 SUNDAY only 4.0 2.W .40 BUNDAY only. Canada 0.00 H.2.1 .r For an point went of the Simisalppl Him add (I a year for dally or dally und eunaay eaiuons, FOREIGN RATES. DAItY ts SUNOAY..i2lt.OO 113.00 12.40 UAii.r only puw n.iiu l.no SUNDAY only 0.75 fi 13 .85 All check, money order-, to be mw"payabIo to The Sun-Herald. Kuropenn Edition, Price- In Paris 25 centimes, dally 'and Sunday. PAIUR HI OFFICE, 41) AVENUK DE .".'OP...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORlt H&RALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920. 1) R. L. Ireland Weds Miss Wood at Palm Beach Their 3JnrrIngo Comes ns a . Surprise lo (lie Society Colony. in Tub SU" and New York llnmin, I'AUl reach, via., .ipru i, i weu- ( dli.K of unusual Intorcst toolc placa litre j to-day when ftt "00" JIr- Hoirt LtV-i jngston Ireland of Now York pnd CIcve- land itnd Miss Mnry Esther Wood, of Nmv York wcro married at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward n, Thomas In Sun- t,.t avenuo by tlio Rev. C. H. Pcttlbonc. Mi Adrian Kuhn, a sister of Miss Wood, I'.imo fmm New York for the wed ding nml gave Iho bride In maninge. mm Wood l the dnughtcfoof tho late John ivlton Wood of New York nnd in. mi of tho lato James Jennlns Me-. Comb. I Mr. Ireland Is a business partner of i Mr. Pan It. Haniia of Cleveland, but H.cmla much of his tlmo In New York, 1 v lure h has apartments at tho Hotel Vandei bllt. Tho bildo has been tho guest of Mrs, . Thoni'18 during the senson here, Both , hin' and Mr. Ireland a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 April 1920

- - IUIIMIU. Llllli ,l,Wp,l,W.,.lJI, , l,,3ajgm 10 Fanfces Win From Dodgers, 6 to 2Fordham Loses to Boston by a Single Run in First Local Game of Season rpTTO QTTM AMD MT?.W VORTT HHP ATX). FRIDAY. APRIL 2. 1920. S JL. UU UUll AIM f T -n -1 J " n j 1 : d v I i A in. irtiv par-' v2 4, .I ins I V.'ii t l0) -iegi is I trei Vri sen Bin is!:!? ihi ociif' tlOD i ing his film desf the. of t fuctj Cai grca T Eltlf iicclcj foro- Amc net i lect nnsn llccq the j fche't powt RUTH HITS BALL , INTO THE RIVER Jams Ouo of Mnninux's Curves Over Fence 1'2 Feet From PInte. QULNX AND COLLINS PITCH Yankees Win by 6 to 2, Making h It Two Out of Seven From Dodgers. Ily AVIMilAM n. HA.NWA. Bftclal to The Sc.v and New YonK Hebald. Jacksonville, Kin., April 1. Tho Jlrooklyn pennant hopefuls couldn't dis turb tho pitching of Jack Qulnn and Hip Collins, Yanltco boxmcn, hard enough this ovenllko afternoon to have much chaneo with tho American I.cairiK-rj. Tho latter, on the other hand, did prof- Jtable business...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 April 1920

HP M SUN AtfD NW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, APRDj 2, 1820. 11 Astern Racing Season (Opening Attracts Big Crowd to Bowies-Walker Boxing Bill to Die in Committee SLIPPERY ELM WINS INAUGURAL STAKE Big Crowd Sees Him Score Im ! prcssivo Victory in First roalurc at llowic. bitxht vwoov tx thoxt Shvps Oroiuid on Turns and Finishes First in Pros pect Purse. BpfW to Tut Sun ami New Turns Hsiuid. Ha.timokb, Aptll 1. King Thoroush jr.l waa enthusiastically received on his jet urn to Maryland for tho opcnliiR of tho suniiB eeas-m. The track was taxed t. its utmost pioportlons by horso lovers, in la ii nit many New Yorkers, who made ti ; n.ioy for Mort's sake. Kim. iralned to the minute, huud the advantage of raclnit by cav r.uitf i ff tho Inuuiturnl Handleap, tho fpu u o uf the programme. Ormonda, J m rival of other seasons, way mx'ond, vr i Kumeo third and Chief fourth. Slippery Ulm took command at the In. in c'osely pressed hy Onnondn. A'l.r tho half milo )le condition told find Ormonda weakened s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 April 1920

trie 9ff&t&&fltrftG&iri 12 .THE StTN 'AND. NEW YORK FRIDAY, 'APRIL 2, 1920, Jo' r f Securities Maturing in The Near Future fOW would seem to bo a particularly onnortuno time to consider substituting for securities maturing with in the next few months either lonR-lerm bonds, or short-term notes hav ing from three to five years to run. Wo shall bo glad to discuss this question with you at any time, giving you the full benefit of our experience and judgment. Send for Circular No. 1692 "Conservative Investments." Spencer Trask & Co. 25 Broad St., Now York Al.IIANV HOSTON CHICAGO Meni'ipri Xeu Vt Murk Ilxi hango FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES. Thursday, April 1, 1920. Stock arorkct Shows No Signif icant Price Movements and Lncks Animation. TRADING VOLUME SMALL Cay's salM.. (Year to date. t;ioinr,-, dit inn, i a, nn 40 Mi 'i Sales, 1920. 588,631 70.924.691 1919. 829,695 47,433,302 1918. 223,170 33,713,309 Unto for Call Money Hiscs to 121 t . ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 April 1920

a THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920. 13 FOREIGN BONDS Pruiilan 3i Berlin 4 Bremen 4)1 Cologno ! Cobleriz 4s Danzig 4 Dresden 4' Dusseldorf 4( Essen 4 Frankfort 4a German Gov't 3s German Gov't 5i Hamburg 4s Leipzig 4K Malnr 4s Munich 4s Manheim 4s -Nuremburg 4 s Stuttgart 4s Badische Anilin 4's German Gen. Elec. 4s J1U.3 fcubject to Change. Profit of 150 to 1500 possible. j t,l 'or ilt dttailcil description ol nc ami other Foreign Government bonis. French, Kngllih, Belgian and Italian, circular NO. Mf. arson,Son&Co. Members New Yoik Stock Kxrhango. 115 Broadway, New York ! i ic ol 'he controversy j -i t r . i the wide d; cr c nt opinimi from the n j jiiJ business stand- ERCE ARROW ' i - ad d'scussion from t.n't viewpoints. NEGLECTED SECURITIES I hf m aro any number of good securl- ii which am being overlooked In lin market A brief discussion rov . np io pages, giving Intorostliig di Mils. 'ii addition ihttr nrr sneral Ollm "auinr uaiurcs and discussions oif Mif r...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 April 1920

rjJMMHtBttXHSt ODTSIDE MARKET ; HAS STRONG TONE Curl) Trading Is of Prc' - f dny Nature, hut Several ,, , . KHPK llnKfi fJnillS. nvl, -r . . ucthStccll.orp., .7 July is, 2a uii BOiD MAJtkET IS BROAD iuihsicorp.,.7 j.,iy 15.33 00 C'ajudianPacHy.O Mar. 2, 24 05 , I CentralArgHy, . , I'd). 1027 M Tew High Priced Oil Securities cub'AmsftijS:!! j. iwi '.'udahyPkgOo.. July 1.'23 j Arc Advanced on Heavy ft. Bidding. Although trading In tlto outrido mar ket yesterday was of a prc-liollday char actfr, povcral Issues displayed contld rnlile activity anil moved bcveral points higher, lluslnesa largely represented evening of account. The atrong tono which prevailed throughout tho Besslon was attributed to sdiort covering. In a few high priced oils, In which tho short Interest was' Bald to havo been large, wcro heavy bidding, with tho result that advances of several points were made. Slmms Petroleum was traded In heavily all through tho day and rose nioro than ti points. In tho late trading ttcr...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 April 1920

THE SUN Attt) NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920. 15 WEAL ESTATE SEWS. NOTES AND GOSSIP, Tpmell Amprirnil LillO Ap - ifCIHIl -illUUlUUl Jiinu ilc 111'! Cimm Ciinnur ijuui-.-j x -j.. From X. S. IHosenfelrt. .V!:RTMKXTSALES IIKAVY O . W. C. A. Buys Slnufonl While Home Dwelling: Miirkct Holds Slronpr. .,n : i s Itirscnfeld resold 11 and 13 ' mn 6lre,-t. two four story bulldlnfiw, mSIU 'rroculnr, between Droartivny ul Ilropd street, atlJolnliiR tlio I'roduco ' ri-li.itiRe, to the French American s cams' i'i Company, a client ot I.aw- nc". L'l.ike & Jewell, who negotiated fie Mir The purchaser will occupy part i'i 'lie premises after the ImpiovcmentB lnve been completed nnd offer the bal u -o for rent. Mr. Hlpeenfclil recently i. ii d 'lie Ki.mdiiril Arcade, at 50 Hmvi.ih.iv. from tho Hmndnrd Oil Com- tt Vimv Yorlt. Lawrence, lilake & , '..nily fuld for tlio French ii , H.cnnisliip Company 02 Droad I. I.. W'ltiMem.in le Co, stock O-aer IIii(iicnh HiiIIiIIiih; Denis. iV I ; I ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 April 1920

mL CITY REAL ESTATE. Borough of Hrnnx Sale or Ilcnl. I EXCELLENT Plot, VmW, ISOtb, near M r.i two fatntlr frame house nnjl atable, 23 hornet: Bo reasonable offer refused! reasonable tcrun. CORNER, 187th, Park av.. SOiiOu. excavated; under $12,000. OATMAN, 15M Broadway iOll BALE. 4lJ East 173(1) M.i site 2tx!2I, framo building, seven rooma, two toilets. Iiiitli and laundry iinil drlvnway for gnroge; mn bn wen by appointment; price I7,WQ. ANDREW Kl'll.V., ISO Clinton at. TO CLOSE AN ESTATE. Corner Property, lOOvlOO feet; partly Im bowl with one story building; (tillable for t'lVlo cr uu'jufacluiiiig business; one block from subway station; iiOKsenslon; price $33,WO. ii. ji. ivlisivlii, u i.iu roruunni roaa. Borough ci HrooUlj n Sule or Kent. New Ideas Embodied in Our 2-Family Houses Containing lower apartment Of 8 large rooms and bath, and upper apartment of 6 large rooms and bath, with all modern improvements; nicely decorated. Beautiful Sun Parlor, Sleeping Porch Garages for 2 Cora ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 April 1920

1 TJIE SyN 'Pm NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920. 17 I .nf n'JIII E7t - .ah, . mii .iv. in -.ami w.ri DON'T DELAY 1 cnlslntlon it Albany will delay the renting season and greatly aggravate I'nii "compl" ate renting difficulties. 1 lie immediate purchase for Fall occupancy of an apartment in one of the following high lass elevator houses will secure for you an attractive per nanciit lion ie with practically free rent. COLUMBIA COURT, 431 Riverside Drive THE BROADVIEW, 606 West 116th Street FIORA VILLE, G16 West HGth Street PORTER ARMS, 620 West 116th Street PETER MINUIT, 25 Claremont Avenue 4 to 9 Rooms. 1 to 3 Baths. An exceptional investment. App! un premises to sec apartments, or to us for particulars. 212 West 72d St. Tel. 5116 Columbus. Illl, M. to Mill M. (Iiiclusl.e), j ,Ybii o I lilirr In North Riser. I I I NEW APARTMENTS 116 East 55 -Street ulmiexr of the -Montana. 375 Ciirliolue. ly'ww under construction tCill be completed about October ffirsv: 3 and 6 rooms and batlvs...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 April 1920

18 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1920. I- PERSONALS. PATMCK OWENS, llF.CBASED ttll.MAM OWKNSt formerly of lleroiir, rsh, County Tyrone, Ireland, l itmuetnl In i-ummunlratft Immediately with the tin. ilenlpieri, in, brother, PATRICK OWI'.NH. who died on Mb February. 1920, tay his lll bequeathed all hi, estate to the mid William Owens on i-onlltlrn that he return? to Ire land and takes imoewitoti of aaicl property within twelve months ot tho death of tie iasf, falling which tho (iiopertr W to P tq other benifleisrlos, Datiil 1 I'd)., UUD. JOHN O'ilAN'llAHAN. Solicitor for the Kxemtom. Omaali, lielind, WANTED Adilresit or ship mate Intimate with (iaorro V. Mowbray, engineer. Ainlli fry Servlco U. S, N.j on relief ship Up the Medllerrnnean HUMS, E. II, M0WIIUAY, ii'S lOlh at., Ilrooklyn, BUSINESS SPECIALS THREE CAUGHT IN SAFE BLOWING TRAP 'ESSES ZSkim ENDS INQUIRY W-JVM I IN HENRY CHARGES CASH PAID IMMBDIATrXY FOB rnn Tlckits, Diamonds. r-rtUous Htonn and Jewelry; atrict...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 April 1920

V he WEATHER FORECAST. Fair to-day and probably to-morrow; not much change in temperature; fresh to strong west winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 49; lowest, 37. Detailed weather reports will tw rouna on the Editorial 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 PRICE TWO CENTS . TimBB CHNTS IN NBW YOIIIC CITV AND SUBURBS, I ON TUA1NS AND KLSUWimnH. VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 216 DAILY. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, imJl:S ork, N. T. BRITISH BANKS IN BIG COMBINE TO AIDEUROPE Plan to Jieslorc Industry mid Economic Life of ( Viil nil Empires. ....nr ll ITlfnlM) DDAIUPIH . I I Haw Materials to Be Sent; Id (Jovci'Jimcnts, Syndicate Acting, ns Trustee. Til ST AIM' IX AUSTRIA If Venture Proves Successful' If Will 15o Extended to Other Countries. Sue cable Despatch to Tun Six ami Kv.iv Vhk Herald. Copyright, 1920, ly Tin: Six m Nrw ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 April 1920

Ij-"-Ti . , , , - 1 : ,,i jres its roliluci.if tho Vuccarolll faction, timl of llt! 900 tiiornberri of Jcrnoy City l.ocal ... ;t, llimtom, MatiK ami I'lloU, cnuttetl no lo'olcInK, Morruvir, tho fnlluio of thlH Ktillio to obtain tlio sanction and mprwrt of .lolm U. I'niltt, Ititertmtlonal l rrclilunl of the inAfttor, mates nnd lillotn, nnd of Wlllluni Drown, interim l.onul lu-ml or the iimrlno engineers, had u dbplrliliiK iiilluenco. Mr. Ileitly, In Hiippoi t of lil.s ronton tioiin that the cnlo of tlw llo llallroad liShli'ia to the I'lioftnlx Transit Company miih htlt u HiibterfUK to in a lie It posnihlu 'or the rallio.ul to-doilfc the elRhl-hour iaj lnno, prodiuecj copy of tliu 7ft to JtnUroiitl Mnnmlne. of March, 1920. Vheuin he rhowed that on March I, V. 't I'mlenvooil, pte.sldcnt of the road, ap i olnted I'li.irlctt 1 Stewart, now prruN ii' iii of the I'liornlx Transit Company, 'mmiltliii; .uiiRlnviT for the 1'ile, Mr. ie,il drtlared that this, proved that 1 lie t'lajcnlx wild t...

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

p THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920. o BROOKLYN MAN IS SLAIN BY MEXICANS Companion of 1L A. Jnfrctlsort, Stubbed WIIpii Xcnr Tampico, Ts T.ikcly to J)io Also. GERMANS PRAY FOR ANOTHER BISMARCK D. S. ENVOY ROOTS LABOR RADICALS IN TURKS TO GET TERMS OF PEACE IN MONTH Supreme Council to Meet in San Rcmo on April 19. CALLS PARLIAMENT PLEA FOR ARMISTICE Sure IN DENMARK CRISIS I REJECTED BY POLAND Relief TRADE WAR BOGEY t FRANCE BACKTRACK Imperial Colors Bedeck the Wreaths at His Statue. iv HMU.MfCl' TVniTI?TPC5 fOUll OulM'iKSf I .MJU 111113 V. S. Attache and Other Amer icans on Train Attacked by Bandits Near Capital. f,,nl Id Tub Sr.N ni Nkw Yoiik Heuai.h. Washington. April 'J. News of the n urder of another American and ofllclal rfnrmntloii of an attack upon a train, , amine Major Kdward '., Burr, Mill i ,r Attache of tho American Embassy M. lco cltj, received by tho Depart i ,.f Hlate to-day, added new coin I .it'iiiis to the Mexican situation. Ti'.' new cm. lctnn of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 April 1920

V THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, APRIU 3, 1920. f-ff JOHN BURROUGHS, I Famous Naturalist Sits for New Portrait. llGIRL TORTURED BY r A X W V Si Wm V V t W v Mm I ' iMiii.il .1 iliMI i. i ii i a I . . , . ... . . . 83, BRIGHT AND HALE " THREAT OF BURIAL .Veteran NnturnliKt lo Celc- brute Anniversary nt Esojhis To-day. flHKKTIXHS POriMXlS IN Edison and Ford Skip This t IJirtliday, liul Others "Will He Present. Them wiih every Imllutlloii jcstenluj that nature wni preparing n celebration of her own up nruiinil Ksopus way, I vheie friends of .lohu I turroiiKliM will ' 1 observo Ills elglity-llilril bllthdny in-day Oilando Rotiland, th artist, told Tin: i 5fN and Nr.w York llr.rtAi.n last night I over n miserable long distance telephone connection that It seemed to him that the. spring wns nt least trying to Join I In the festivities Still, of com no, there 1 Is no telling what may interfile with Mother Nature's plans, no matter how , good her Intentions. Ksopun U up in I'lster c...

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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