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

' ' ' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920. HARDINGISREAL FAVORITE SON IN OHIO G. 0. P. POLL First Choice, Almost Unan imously, for Nomination ' for President. WOOD COMES IX SECOND f Gets ViiKetl Support of Buckeyes for Lender of Dem ocratic Party. OHIO svutnr Wirren O. Hanllnp of Ohio ff, m3 to a -blown In the bottle" fa ,: son of that State for the He ., ......iinn fnr President. In . . . .1 . .iW.n will of tho county cnairmcn uuv 1 c .v v-w Yon: Heraip i THE SI'S AND NA r.h. JU.KA1 l r,. i tr-o flrs-t choice by an almost , ..r.mnui vote, gottins P2.8 per cent. , . a:i t'i,. first choice ballots cast to S 3 ir cent, for Major-Gen. Leonard . . ,i o little ove 1,7 per cent. for i;v. Frank O. I.owdcn of Illinois, i of Illinois. second choice of Ohio li Gen. Tl V. oci.l, who in mlil t on to nia iirai o .......... ,,-na nnnlfi 13 sau IU v.nv"-v , ,, Z3 P r cent, of the ballots returned. I ,rty-.ix per rent, or tne , , ' P , n declared that Harding was not only i t . ii ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 April 1920

I m mill i,...i.nf i.i.isnniiiniiBiTrifiilrrisi THE SUN AND NEW YORfc HERALD, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920.' ? I1 I i! I m mm IF I GOV. SMITH'S BILLS SENT TO GRAVEYARD Entlro Jtcform Programme Is Shunted Into Custody of Rules Committee. CITY OWNERSHIP .IS BEAD "Women Ultimo Speaker Sweet in Giving Up Hope for Wel fare Measures. SptCM to TlIK Kll.V AMI SW YOBK HlBMn. Albany, April 2. Oov. Smith's entire reform programme virtually went Into the discard when the Assembly prepared to-day to pnss them from Its formal or sanitation Into tho hnndH of Its Itulcu Committee, that graveyard of near Irwb nnd political hope. The Governor's cam palffn throuRh the Stale litis- accom plished notmntr a? far nn thla nc.H.ilon Is ronccrned. All that remains for him to do, If he determines to keep up his fight, Is to call an extraordinary cession and htart over again. Amonpr the measures favored by tho Covernor which nro cer tain to be lost arc : Hocorutructlon of the State k'overn ment, Tho hydro-electric ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920. SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD PROSPERITY FALSE, VANDERLIP'S VIEW Fresh Capital Is Scarce, Blame Being: Laid to Govern ment Taxes. lABOlt PKOVES A SHIRKER Employers, Unfair in l'ast, Are Being Compelled to Treat Workers Honestly. Bpeeinl to The Sum ano New YonK Heram. Chicago, April 2. Frank A. Viinder llp stopped over In Chicago to-day on hla way to Japan, where ho will make 11 survey of conditions governing trade relations with the Orient, Mr. Vanderllp ppoko before 500 members of tho City Club, faing In part: "There ire three things upon which rcil prosperity must be based. Thes" hp ample fresh cipltal. rlllcient labor in .I an appreciation of sound economic jr.noiples We are prosperous to-day In t'o Lice of all th three fundamentals, ii ri 1 our prosperity Is false,, as well as ila:R"ioiii. Incomes to-day aro larger th i'i ever before; profits are larger; yet fifi capital for business enterprise Is less available t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 April 1920

11 " AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDKD 1833.1835. NEW YOItK, SATUItD.VV, APRIL 3, 1020, ' TilU HUN-HliltALD CQHI'OHATION, Publisher. 2f0 Hroadway. Prank A. Muniy, President. ' Ervln Wardman, Vice-president; Win. T. Tlowart, Vice-president nnd Treasurer; II. ii, wneringion, Hecreiary. NK1VHSTANH I'HIC.T.S. Dull)-, two cent u copy In New York ltv iind miliurbn anil three rent else- litre Sunday, Urn cental elsewhere, ten icnis. MAH. BUIiSCHII'TlON RATES. L'at of .Mississippi Ittver: One Six One Hy Mall, Postpaid. War. Months, yontli. DAILY & SUNDAY.. 111.00 JO 00 1.00 DAILY only 0.00 4.'M .85 SUNDAY only A.V0 2SS .10 SUNDAY only, Canada 0.00 a 2.1 For all points went of the Mississippi lllver add $1 a year for dally or dally and Sunday edition. FORIIIUN HATES. DAILY & Hl'XDAY. .fSO.OQ I3.0 $1.10 DAILY only 18.00 ti.OO 1..10 SUNDAY only 0" fi 12 .SO All checks, money order', Ac, to Le mads pajablo to Tho Hun-Hern hi. Europciin lMltlon, Published In Paris every day In the ,eur. I...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 April 1920

f THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920. 0 pLT. Miss Kohler and Gustave Erbe, Jr., Wed Next Week Then Marriage to Take Place in Si. Pa trick's Cathedral Wednesday. Miss Vera Kohler, a daughter of Mrs. Charles Kohler of 14 West Fifty-fourth nrcet, will h n bride of Kaster week, Ier marrlngo to Mr. Gustavo Krbe, Jr., of Rochester. X. Y., her engagement to whom was announced last winter, Is to take placo on next Wednesday afternoon t fit. Patrick's Cathedral. Archbishop J laves will ofllclate. A reception will bo held In Mrs. Kohler's home. Alias Kitii Kohler, a sister of the bride, will bo her maid of honor, and Misses Vera Gibson, Carlotta Ilavemey er. Huth Englls, Isabello Mc.MIIIln, Mar jnrlc Mi Allanan and Mary Spain will lie bndesmaids. Mr. Robert 13. Leo will bo ber man and Alessrs. Robert Shelton, Fit ward Sperry, Charles Baskcrville, Mm tuner Miller of Rochester, 'William i r.m. Arthur AlcCann, George AteNa n i a .mil Corley Gibson will 1)0 ushers. Jin- bride wi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 April 1920

MSB THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920. 10 4- fauffs Double Scores Two Runs and His Single in Ninth Wins for Giants Over Red Sox by 6 to 5 V Mm m Mi PROFIT BY 9TH INNING RALLY, Just "When the ..oil Sox Think Thoy Have Won They , Wake Up. ! KAUFFS SINGLE DECIDES Frlsch Hits liall Into Kilit Field Stand for Home Kim. Hy D.WIIU- Special In Tun Si v ami Sew York Hr.MUi Nasiivii.u:, Tcmi., April !!. Jimt when tlio 1U1 Sox thouclit they finally had won a pirne over the (.Hants this afternoon, thoy woke tip nml found tlmt they hud done nothliif; of the sort. Kor n Bood while the outlook for the (Hunts wns rutlier utiiuomlslnir, for they en tered the ninth liming two inns to the lmd. Then tliej starred one of tlimo old fashioned rallies tni.l yont over thiee runs, winning the o test hy G to 5. The victory made It sevi ii out of ten for the New York club. Honny Kuuff. Arthur Fletcher and Ilubo Henton played the leadlnB roles in tlie oleicnth hour rally, and to Kuuff went th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 April 1920

11 Yale Is Favorite OverPennin To-day's Junior Boat Race, While the Varsity Crews Are Thought to Be Well Matched' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920. KALE CREW WINS TOSS OVER PEM Yiti'sily Selects West Course for To-day's limit Itacc on I'piier Schuylkill. i:ULISII PLAN" FOLLOWED Entitled to Choiee in lloth Kciits Nii'kiills Surrenders Option for Munior.' i Fm. it in Tits Si s ip Sr.w Ynr.K Iliauuii. j I'li.i.AHKi.rillA, Airll 2 Yale wnn llio c;"Mi in the torn) of thr i-oln for cholca of position i!'. to-morrow V varsity ami iinr varsity boat -r.icirt over tlio 'l.nli-y nurse of a mile and live-six-t-. ntlia mi tin upper F.'huylklll. Tho ju ilur race starts at 4 :30 anil the varsity n l alf liour later. I'upt. Churchill 'Peters, ono of Coach r, v NiuUnll.s's many six footers, linn i i etcd tlic west course, which Is con- lered the best stretch of water on n'.imt of Its protection most of the dl-'mee. n unusual thine happened In thn i'ii p.r varsity, 'lly winning th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 April 1920

! i! 12 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920. a J l Plione, Rector 5000 li I Josephthal '& Co. 120 Broadway, New York llll Mcmhtts I ll New York Stock Exchanse I I! Foreign Securities HI Private Wires to Principal Cities I. 1 :i Cochrane Harper ca,Co. Ill Broadway NEW YORK 60 State St. BOSTON Invincible Oil Corporation OPTION WARRANTS WANTED WEEKLY LETTER Glvlngcurreiituewi and development of INDEPENDENT & STANDARD OILS Furnished upon request. Oi9 Corporation Common Stock Bought-Scld-Quoted Circular on Request. LEONARD & LVCH ilemben New York A Pittsburgh Stock Exchanges. rriclf nide. Pittsburgh 111 B'WIY Ncy York Itltz.CKrltnn 1'lillaUclpnU Suggestions for Investors may be had on request A. B. Leach & Co., Inc. Investment Securities C2 Cedar bt., INew i'ork Chicago I'talliidelphla Boston Buffalo Cleveland Baltimore Minneapolis te Equitable trust company OF NEW YORK 37.VVAW. STREET Banning, TruiU & Iniwtnuno Safe Defoiif Vaufe PE0DUCE MABKET. BCTT...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 April 1920

I THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920. 13 FINDS PROFITEERING BY CITY MARSHALS, 3rnyor's Committee Jionrs of $10,000 a Your Jiieoino by KvicUii" Tenants. .iKwiNir li;a(u;i: kxiwxus Mpinliersliip of 1,000,000 Pre- (liclcil in Fiirht to Stop Kent lloostinu'. r.e 'in city inaifhiilH who are charged v.", tlio duty of executing ejectment or m .gainst tpiianls nro working with un"rnpiilous landlords to the extent thut those marshals thomaol.en have be come prntltcors of tho rankest nnd most obnoxious sort, according to iforma tlun which h:tn reached A. J. 2V. Hilly, chairman of the Mayor's rent commit it. , hop of tho purposes of the meeting of .ltv marshals which has been called fo- next Monday afternoon H to lay down the law to them upon this subject, .Mr. Hilly said yesterday. At least two marshals, he added, are alleged to have undo themselves so active In the exe cution of ejectment orders that they have t'lilt up incomes of approximately $40.- 000 a year. Mr. Hilly d...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 April 1920

3 t J y 4 j s 1 t 8 14 TRANSACTIONS RECORDED. Centinvtd from Vrecrdig fast. i 'dill. Nov :j. 7, i). T l :.o . IS J0 ii n.ii Nov " . . . la rff IUrri to T f 'o li'TII ST. a s. : i e 7th av. I ftat :o sain and mi. 117 IIM'I FT s . 1.J e Tth m. - Same to same uoil same, Ji; iiid st lu-iis w jMiih Ml Prarer. Indlv. and Isaac l,oiwi- ff J .a '. Tth i, and William Pragcr. OS f m . st ex and tnw Pin-us i :l - June 1. !. alty, I. T 4.- C if S. ;i: K -Sophie Mulir. IIkln, to Jam V IWifdirt. Klonah, V Y: F' .1 .T') II Udell, U'xll at IJ.000 KAMI. I'R'I'--Fam to Jamrj M nirt on li .rj. fonn fVb 51. 1IS. attr. II ii .'. ' VII t . ... . .,00 tl?j' FT !r V. Saphle JIII'it. Ilronkiyn, lo r at' h I! 'om;tT. I'rlncrton. N J. by u V' .i. I91S: atc. I. T ft T it . . .I3.M0 lTlTH SI a, no w AniiterrUm av 7li in . . -KIton Park Kalty o tu V j.o on hrorlr. Vhattkn. N .1: Ju i ' afy. I, T a- T ro . iJ.OOO I SAUK I Ilr .Ufpr N IUk n to Carl T It h-o-.ler. HntKkn. N J. Jun II. m any 1. T T Co . . . . . . US...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 April 1920

15 BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. I AJPARTMENTS UNFURNISHED , BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. APAHTMENTS UNFURNISHED HELP WANTED MALES. THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920. Abotr Hill fit. lo SOD) Kt. (Inclusive), Must lllTrr In No fill Hlter. FOR RENT at 59th Street and Madison Avenue 1 0,000 Square Feet Suitable for PICTURE GALLERY. ANTIQUE OR ART DISPLAY Putposci. For Particulars Apply lo ' MORRIS WEINBERG 623 Macron Avenue Tel. Plan 5857. N. Y. West 49th Street Uetwcen 5(h and Gth Aves. 4 and 5 Story Dwellings On Plot 36x100 Equipped with Automatic Electric Elevator Suitable for High Class Business Alteration 21 YEAR LEASE POSSESSION Tel. Vnn. 234G. SUBURBAN HOMES TO LET AND FOR SALE. . attrai'tlu. uc; lmiril., 1. 1 for rent In life, near Oaklttm srvi ii m. ) .'ii n. t'rti'i' !" for thf enroll, tiircc ana t lNin'tiiH anil line lialli. Write, eall ur t, , ,,i Ilyu nil. C1IAS. KAl'I.KXi:iI, real ,. i, .it. i. r.n lin; live SMituii. REAL ESTATE TOJtCHANGE VI' INITY Ilro.Klway, T...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 April 1920

16 4 THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 1920. PERSONALS. ATtTHUt KDWAIU) HATCH. - r 3 ' " canted ini"onanf Write V Jl sl -lXEttAl.il IIKIl.U.H Sgl'AUi: . PATHICK (IWBNR, IlKCKASKI) mi i 1 1 ti ..u. ...... . -i . tf I)eni:i! Jleriuh, County Trrnne. Ireland, la u"'"' , 11 com mini I rule Immediately with t !?.."" I !rralnr.l Ilia brother. PATHICK 7"": CROKER MOVES TO YW0EEFr DISMISS SONS' SUIT Detectives Find $45,000 Worth in Handbag. RYAN HOLDS STUTZ SHORTS IN HIS GRIP i -mjnni inn oroiner, i-.w " : .' .... i . ... . i.i ..i ....... v lien the nollrei hecim tier u-m . lm m, ill. l'..t.nirv 13.D. HT W , !! Illll I'llCII III I"IIII"I(1M I II" II I I'S . . .. . , . ... . . ". kMursi Z, Tn , . V.r;r. ie the. uM William. ,e necK up 01 jewelry sliops or the low Oircua on condition that Im tcturiM to IfJ land mirJ Ukc poaraion of t'r"!V. ultliln twelve month" of the death of cuascd, fnitinj- wlm-h tlm tirlirty l to imi to other ln-ni rt urles IiiimI I',w JOHN O HANHAJIA.V , So...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

W f 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. WEATHER FORECAST. Colder and rain to-day and to-morrow. Highest temperature yesterday, 60; lowest, 43. Detailed weather reports will bo found on paffo 23. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 217 DAILY. NRW YORK SUNDAY APT?TT A 1Q90 , bv Tho Sun-UtnU Corporation. 1NUVV lUIVIY, OUlNUAl, XXriXLLJ 'I, J&J. Entered as nocond cIbJm matter, I'ott Onico. New Tork, X T. 92 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS M-MMS HARBOR STRIKE CRISIS j HOOVER OPENLY NFAR; FOOD SHOR TA GE j ENTERS RACE AS NO LONGER A MENACE 3r.iiifell Predicts Finish of )(iriii,oTioui) .'is Early as To-morrow Night. UI!0I! JS XOT AG1.EEJ) J.ml.v Hopes 0,000 Work ers "Will Join His Itunks, hut It Ls Doubtful., TVAOKS AHE NOT AN ISSUE JiallroH.Is Nan to Sell All Flonting Slock and Quit Lighterage Ibisincss. House Committees Favor Legion's B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. Uona at to atrocities) and tho ctserallrrotmd o? rallftartscj ar.pl ImpertaU-srii T Ratum uul Bate, t meet local need In eon.ait.on or us Armenian people) have r eentnnea. Ther U every tiirewsee. I rtaxx transportation cf troop. A trans teen tad 1j th extreme, ud then pro-t that ansfcit. jtj nation wl.I sUI! VMrm- , port of light draft capable of carrying a a-.--. -wa v w a. wu BoJcartam. ItaUn ard Praci have rw for iw eaatret I? w,ri weaken complete regf-ent should t-petrnanent. imrmir tttmv t it t ' 60(11 empfcas.xed la th local pruaa their "This ntlsalct. ha Kid ccn-lanSy In .r SosRlcn relative to the Kmkm Doc- ton ut on at the capiat. ?onr w -.- I' A LM TA I L'UM A Nl A tmadAatsa tn workjnr tor tie nutate- mind the normal effect to be exercised rt-' and probabty eventually involve ideatroyen would I needed for wenmar..-' Villlrlll i ilulLl nOlii c-f the Tnrii la Coostantioopi. br Its ir.nxr In th Midori rutted. "i- reconstitute...

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

jirF fffTrnwf trnffi I J THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, 'APRIL 4, 1920. MILITARY CORDON SURROUNDS DUBLIN X'rrrn ut ions Agninsl Humored Knstor Uprising Exceed Those of 11) tG. biaitCIE CA11S FOlt A10IS Troops Seize Schools and Vn Pdiit Houses IMaoc Utirbcd Wire in Hoails. lly the ,4ocM(f(! VttH. V (m in, April 3. Tlif military prc f,i' ns In lnihlln exceed imythttiR of tl. lun.l slnro Utistcr. 1016, l'ur , , ,, .ill. ntlon In bclntf paid by tlio i , ,i ii v . ordon around tlio city to lo.idn , i tv which, aro probeil by bayonets, v' v'.'ven tlio Miburban rtrcet cars are ; , ,p, il and tlio passengers Marched for 8 M I'lnRiilap. on tlio north side of the ih. military lave taken possession ;- . in)., unoccupied houses and appear I, ,uiti inplali- a stay for a ttw days. - d.i's rollcire. nt Kathfarnham, for , r , , ,,iHlm ti'd by Patrick Pearei, who ,.. , . Miii-d duiinn the rebellion of i-. ,i mi occupied by soldiers. They i ,' , r. ..tfil a barricade with barbed ,r.' in the lo....

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. EBERT CHAUES FOR REELECTION TO GR Fehrenbach Likely to Be Contending 31an for Ger man Presidency. SOCIALISTS AUK SPLIT Personal Prejudices and Amlii tions Mostly Guide Lend ers of Party. nr nAYMoxn swi.vr., Sta! Cormpondtm .' Tim Sex id Sh Ton Hlm tow;.t. !5. y Tb St iJD Ntw To Unite. BeeUN. April 3.-rction prophet! are expecun? tho vi.t-s nxt June to eubstantla'e the outcome of the min .sterlal cris.s last wek. reestablish the coalition Government, InternWy oclallzaiion efforts and a.sura a pe riod of -or: ant! nu:t. In the main, liese will the thi creeds preached to th German voter. The Cnrra'iiM will fc-impaign against the ne the ceneral strike as a pollti-il weij) the coalition arjrue that Dr. Kapp wrung from the coalition the early election promise, chose expert for the mlnlstriea and secured to the people the right to elert itidr President a right whlrh the coalition wan attempting to turn ' over to the Aeaembly. They will ar...

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

.THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. 5 James McCreery & Co. 5th Avenue 34th Street McCreery Footwear for Women Fullfth every requirement the well groomed woman demands Some models of conspicuous smartness have been selected for a special Eastertime offering. We have priced them at but a trifle above actual cost to us. 10.75 (Tax 8) regularly 12.00 to 1G.60 A An Oxford of Black Calfskin or Patent Leather excellent for street wear. B -A strictly hand-made Tie of much beauty and grace, deftly fashioned of Brown or Black Kid, Black Satin and Patent Leather. C An ultra-smart Oxford or Black or Tan Calfskin with walking heel Same model in Black or Brown Kidskin. D -New model Pump featuring a modified short vamp, fashioned of Tan Calfskin. E Very slender and graceful of line is this Pump, which is developed .of Patent Leather, Black Satin or Black Kid. Strictly hand-made. F Exceedingly smart Tie of Plain or Patent Leather. Other smart novel and plain effects are include...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

r .ywwfcafervWnnill"-''"ti'' ft TEE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 192d . SAYS CLEMEHCEAU WAlfTED PUBLICITY s Tatars, ii.tm frM.wC e' ... jriiait. On r-U-:-r ;wx . riu. -non. .1 f. n- j he -tic in.7 -u. auu-nr jiwij" .Jtjc xi.-:.;-. . k. -.1 ;r- 111 MifMwnrtiaj nibfat joift wae at mub?-i.m "."Hit jpi-nuur 't Tumi ?rn.r OMMsersti: O- i'1. awrart poi-.-tt a '-- CRISIS IS YERY HEAR ffi HARBOR STRIKE Z Ulur.4 twin 1 J 1 "nwmiaur wit tc saw J4rr Our, 'v5"r"'S BOOM OPES REPUBLICAN RACE 1 t ; d fill''.' lit wJ' -i 1. '1 a i-4 . 1 . 4 11 U son. Mt 7 ;M Irt 4 ja t ciw xmitiWMi- ' -.1 : ? vif Mt tid kuwI eras- jot vv jw I m4. jm oaa a. Kar !iuwi t)M jrr. v a rnrf v, ,. ' Mtr-vic. jul 3M jwsrjiO' -airtMi 'Avt : i.-vrv. Cms-jt'urt JV U Itf (jTtXm Atl'Jlit H -,maawrj. 'iu-a xm tat - rJt 3am jmaa t rvt Jfe "Strain Sn u, Sk . vc-fci K Sw jhnJi jr tt -.TflL-x ' ' . " . . : ' - . - ailr T X C 1. uut i; Vuc. uk it wax htsi tm - - -iriuL uLlii-,v i . 1.1 I Trf I i 'M 3T iltC J.7 - . . Wzot ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, 'APRIL 4, 1920. SUFFS IN DELAWARE SEEK NEW BALLOT Campaign Waged for Change of ffousc Sentiment. nnvTi I'd. April 3. -Woman uffrno uVre nftivo in lower Delaware iA,y in an effort to bring about it 'r,M,ce of sentiment In tho light ror tlio ..tlflist'on of tho Keiler.it nmemlment. ' hV, mis defeated 111 t'o Delaware jimso on Tlmrnclay. MettlngH were ,'uln Hnerul towns to urge citizens to to d-'r Inlucueo In favor of tho mlop in of tho mtltlcntlon resolution. Potl .rc . .r-ulatcd by school children la V "C ,!' Kont cou,,ty "rmR n mbcrs of the U'glslaturo to "l.ma ivir votes In favor of. equal nitft . l'n" tl,B Question ngnln comes ud "i.ii. i-jisiro was distributed on rail road u .it s during the (lay. T,. t"i:l3 "li0 wer0 lJU8'- In Uovcr -j ., st.viT.i! oilier towns tho AbhocI.V Ion ')'" I to Woman Suffrage took in ... in.inh.Ts and In other ways . r,..r us organization. i.ty the .uffrago question aside hi.h iind connliler other lm- : ,, ii Miin f...

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. — 4 April 1920

.7 8 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4.1920. TELLS CHILE D.S. WON'T INTERVENE Store Open 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Our 15th Annual Gingham Week Begins Tomorrow Lnrgo assortments and splendid values will make it tho moat successful Gingham Week ever held einco this annual ovont was first instituted hero, fifteen years ago. Seo To day's World and Amorican for details. NEW APPAREL For Spring and Summer Values here are better than elsewhere because our great selection of varied styles is always priced with extreme moderation. American Ambassador Says Santiago Should Not Uo Alarmed. GO DIPLOMACY LACKING - HE ARM Fourteenth Street West of Fifth Avmus ' J Argentine Newspaper Declares Advice Given Is Due to Inadvertence. IlrcNos Aides, April 3. Josoph H. Slien, United States Ambassador to Chile, has answered tho recent noto ot Foreign Minister Huliloliro of Chllo re jecting Intervention by Washington In "Tho Tacna and Arlca case or any other," nccordlng to advices from Santiago. Mr. She...

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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