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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. 44- SEES MORAL PERIL IN HOME SHORTAGE j)r. Copcland's Housing Survey jleveals Three Families in Four floom Flats. w t.nih sides In tiie rent war op Mired yteterday to be marslialllnc nrcts for renewed combat. Dr. Itoytil 8. C Ttland Health Commlfsloncr. trade yuovn a f'w startling details ot a hous inf rjn'v beinc taken by his depart-rif-t. i .i i- lualth a well as morals are ftrt. ' endanpered because of the fve'rwdiWT. deo-d. In support eJ this fce pointed to statistics nhowlnf t,at la ftlmoft numberless cases four room apar'menw are sheltering as many as thrive famlliea. viur thyptftors," he said, "have found r.a many as four jrwns 6leeplne In the it-.ltn of apartment, wlih the other ra equally crowded. Such a state f aVrs would In a hort time break cnro thi ti'.U'h and morals of the city ceTpic'y A- for 'he nw housing bills, Juft jtcd u Albany, Arthur J. Hilly. rhai.-r.aa of the Mayor's llent Commit. announced that ho had mappe...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

! i? r i 4 : 1 i- 10 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SWPAY, APBIL 4 192- SEEKS TO ABOLISH 1 complaint continues, mul "la htehly I detrimental to tlto handlinc of the city s flnancta, and In particular to Its ehort term bommnjr, iw ina ue, me I CITY CHAMBERLAIN SSStSHe ' tlons to the city." r I The Comptroller dlrpoe of the ccnten- v a 11 n ' ft it . 1 tlon that tlw Chamberlain net aa a nort Comptroller Craip: Gives Ilea- "f0 watch dos or check on oh- clal nUiuc of xunan njr ueciannc inni I the Chamberlain does not even aljn the sons for Bill Elfminatiii the Office. ("urtts 'j. ""nilif, CwnptrolUr of the checka affixed to warrants drawn by tho Comptroller and counterslfneil by the l Mayor. Imtead. he aiblgns a cicrK ip ao thlc .Mr. t'rnlg fay, anu ir an yiat tlcai purposes tho CnambtrU!n'i clerl; WASHINGTON HOME an tho Chamberlain mlsht favor" That i orCMrCO TQ RTIJn would mean rtnl expen.o to the city lOfdliVfiOa I KJ BUIL.U uml lnjutlt to taxpayers, the memo-, ramlum contended. Mr. Cr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

11 PENSION FOR CIVIL SERVICE IS PASSED Senate After Years Acts on "Bill for IN'tirenient on Annuities. placed at 4 per cent. Interest An? person eeparatinc himself from the ser vice at any time may draw out the amount nf lila contribution, plius tlio compounded Interest they have earned. It j Is calculated that for the flrnt ten year , tho Government will have to pay only 1 administrative expenses : after that con i trlbutlons will beeln to be required from 'the Government Sonic calculations fix I the Government' contribution, when the I Kheme Is in full swing, at flvc-elKhths of the annuities , Senator Sterling thinks I that It will be about 50 per cent. Stem Brothers FURS Stored. Remodeled and Repaired. RUGS Stored, Repaired and Cleaned. West 42d St. West 43d St. BclWUn Filth and Sixth Acenues. THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. SU.UIY TAX PAYS HALF jin.non Ultimately Will Bene fit Trom 720 to $180 a Year, It Ts Estimated. Fr wi fir r- ft!' T-ir Srx ind Nnir Toei ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. 12 h if J to h! judgment His Is Die domlnAUns'. , controllln; mlnJ. ilia mind Is as fund ( and aetlre to-day ns u was when h was j leader ct Tammany Halt and dominated New Vc c polltlcf." "Jtlcljiril CONNERS DECLARES CROKER'S MIND KEEN liuffulo Politician Asserts AjjpiI leader fs as Good a IJfhtCr ns LVOl. ! mn, and it didn't co you a dollar. PA lit IN PERFECT A-'COKD d Croker. Jr," raiiHMr C'on- nerf. In laVcui; Inj: the tan' a visit, "came 1 iMo my WW tye oilier day and sat , dow n t had tiot teen Mm in tome )'w and at flm I didn't know who he wai. I save him a look ami I ald : I The 1"'. time I saw ou tt was to do your Miner a iavor mat niaue uu u nm i CROKER'S FRIENDS . DEFEND HIS WIFE i School ot Kxp-itU. i fi,r i o i ar ,k ti.-.u , 11 Uoston. and ! ( of 'ii? tnce In 'Why. Mr. Conners, nU 1... - . thtre nvr was a kinder hearted man ; M. w. LItfJ:oii Siiys Her Char a clor Has Roon. "Wickedly Mii'0)reoiito(.'' younff womiTi (.ar...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

1 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. 13 Store Closes at 5 P. M. i an mm I Lord&Taylor m (fflTfli IS FiYft ircmie N'ceA: ipr 5th to 10th, 1920 The United States may yet have the distinction of having been the longest in the war. Cross Silk Bag 7; colored fancy silk, satin 1 . cvin compartment in centre, torrred frame icitft jexcel to''. iJopT't inches deep. . $12.60 Cross Medicine Case n D .jij six bottles, medicine spoon, d prf, courtpla&ter, bandage, etc; h k i't colored pin morocco or tan j atsktn leather. Site Tjj24 t -k folded 512.75 Iross Refreshment Stand lrjfHc-; nu i ,- Clubs andCountry Homes; 'it uiMi 12 ta1 crystal glasses, " ahU top tray 20-inch dtam " - u ih deep centre ice receptacle, n ft Hirer doUlcd space? for bottles vr,nrath; 28 inches high over all. ' .''fif rndo.fl lacker $42.00 Cross Wardrobe Trunks fill .: t'T V i7- e i. . wit t, ' - .d uo.i eit; i&re cokt;j7 a.' mdxng; fiittd cith bangers, draw ... rf. ij jftoicn $6.20 Others from ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

14 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. INTRODUCES CORRECT PARIS STYLE iHATS that are worn in Paris For immediate wear the collection contains exquisite models from the successful Paris creator 24 Rue de la Paix PARIS also notable examples from other distinguished modistes together with adaptations made in our ateliers Gowns that are worn m Jraris The gems of the season shown by famous Paris Couturieres are here assembled for your discriminating selection that are worn in Paris If) For Evening, Social Functions Motor or Street Wear one may find an elaborate collection moderately priced at ernan YOUTHFUL as the tender Spring Suits, Coats and Hats. Entrancing Afternoon and Evening Gowns that give her a new allure. Prices always moderate 6r3 FIFTH AV ENUE afdSt "The Broadtcay Shop Where Fathton Retgnt" Qra IBroadwy, (Corner of dJ (Street Extraordinary Sale 185 Gowns Coming at the very height of the season This collection was secured by Hagedorn at a price to enable the p...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. 15 f Raphael Among Designers of Rich TavestriesonView nistoric luiss mid Bnvlmric Jewels Also Shown in llen iiiial, Collection. ,,.. that princes might struggle u.,1 i'i fact liavo fdruggled for Ihiii brought to Xew Yoric by , .I'M Leopold Bengulat, and aro . w in iliu American Art Assocla i..i.rios. Tapestries tho like, ot i in' seldom 'seen In America, ,'l ilnmaslts, barbaric Jewels, , u's aio in tho' collection, Tho - i of such projicrty to the highest l in1 i H'uild have seemed a uaerllcgo i "di.ieval (lays that brought forth u.irks of art, and even In theso d , - big tiaiwactlons Is sure to create A -I'I - p ic of thn chief glories of tho r,-, : ,'nllii tlon aro of the church, and t , liur'ii In Europe, at least, la as a i . n, isi o; tho States to tho great !,( . t hero Is In a world that no v 'Manufactures such beauty to k , i' At a timo when both Church i -' ,i arc equally democratized thero i . longer a fear of a repetitio...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

" ----- y 16 w THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. 1 . . 15,000 ASKED FOR ii MIANUS JEWELRY' Demand Hade on Insurance ' Company for Theft Com mitted in Bretton HalL , . WAS T.ULL.N Jr'Kyjl l-KL.Jv ASem waves uij i '"'rrvart fr r.ura of Trace Gems That Were Stolen )Iysterioasly. V- ic! JLi Curies E. Jfciiiau ti rlcasj ef t thlTe wto 1 of ErttUn HaS. Brsa4ir aoi EJit- r-trj r 3- eiJt7 asd P. It. 7tsr- rfa?. Tb Hat trtitfti tn Tax sr a.o , tSv T4x Kama 7wtrii7 ir" ezSr ; a. part of tb to5'- Veitiwr Mr lit-i ctiisitd rJMffl ta teJ-siracc. wh U ajl to S far i&crt ef tk till ef ti Jfrs. iXiitaaiit liit sit ti at aeon 7"eiis!Siia7 tits, siw iJ iraj-1-- , ?-;-.-iw she had eccajtca M and ac.Gcd ti7 xre iaf. It " u a-Jt carJ 0 -UKx ti f-jCoiCjf rrsliT. wia lf-J. KMaax ir3ir.? fir dtasur tiat a f:ad t: asir7 ta jfo ta ti tr-jt tri-a. .Aj jocc u ji I ftii ti :.d 1;-. sitii ti roc:ati .- .jarrafi a.-i a ri.-Ji-- tavsstauca Id ta ijcavtrr i tie ft. .Ki'A frita ts -jt prjitM rf...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

When Baby Creeps Are the floon dean? or have they been im- nrcrnated with mi rm by household peits tne uK- DIPRS nf microbei? It ii ocia! duty to keep the home free from erroin! Our process is quick certain and with out injury to the most delicate fabrics or silverware. It is inexpensive. It makes the home surgically clean. -So why TEMPORIZE with health? GUARANTEE EXTERMINATING COMPANY Awn.l" luniWa&Vcrm xtcrmtnaior O0 FIFTH AVE co. 42n. STREET NEW YCVJlf "Seventh Olympic Games j To the Ladies of America: Specialist in Evening Gowns and Ball Robes Fine Lingerie Blouses Skirts Perfumes MAISON JEANNINE 3 Marcho aux Souliers - rt- lit ; 1 A- ihuny) ANTWERP, BELGIUM ECZEMA MEETS FINAL ENEMY 0SLAi If you have nny ticf,a th;U our t , . ; i a no stubborn to respond to o- s he.ii.ng influence, consider that t -, i, ' ::U remedy luus ma4e its record 1 - ri.jjstennir dulteult and baffling; cases o: ears' standii.g. I'lck out the hardest i ; ou have where Itching and smart ing annoy most a...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN" AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4. 1920. 13 H YCHAMPIOHS RETAIN 'ARRAfl-GO-OH TAKES', 3LUCA BAT T2APS. -YALE HAS DOUBLE VICTORY OVER PIN Metzger Quits Union KS. Tt for Sooth Carolina TENUIS DOUBLES TOBOGGAN HANDICAP, , ; o tctw To-ioiatow rvrn. rrnr w ' .4 44 T-l TV. PLAZA ART ROOMS, INC. C. rxsro. X4U?tr ! jr w 2i JiTMni Sat tu ts. ha, wrai . - c n l t Mwm 'i -r - s, vo. 4 1 3. 2u-. r a 3Wt Stfcia jraL Cii -ta ts r i-7 EAST 33TH STRtfcT A I sin EXECUTOR'S SALE AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION HAWKINS. DEL.XF1ELD & LONGFELLOW, Ait? The Studio Furnishings and Effects &e!onpnc to the Lite Annie Traquair Lang THE TALENTED AMERICAN PAINTEP .ilso r qzdzx or Mr. G. L. Dreifuss OF THIS CITY A"D OTHERS ItiKra .r.i Stviniih Period; Txiry ai 3i V.:.. Van Drka Point. PiJRtUJT, P.t:T, tvu-J. J Jir rf i ;wiut :w U.TKJ '.IB tat tiT"w "wW Jim! Hi TirSity Crew Wia.f x aa4 5artr. W. T. TiWb 54 i4 ViaSat f wep Raai Aat i r irs saa-twu vf jr t?-, ti ynun i.ril-' At Is i is iiyjvjaitwai: ien M-i...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, .SUNDAY,, APRIL 4, 1020. 4 19 YANKEES DEFEAT DODGERS BY 2 TO 1 Both Clubs Closo Their Florida Engagements and Start j Homeward. !0T A niT OFF SKAWKEY Shoro Follows and Trove's Ef feetivo "When Men Aro on tho Bases. llr 1V1I.MAM II. IIAX.VA. F, t .31 to Tut Sr xxo New Tosk llcuui. ' J.-Ksosvm.n, Fla., April S. Tho ,oc3 beat tha Dodgers, 2 to 1, this .'moon In a game of sharp fleldlns 1 ftr-t class pitching, and tha two . -- d their H20 onpaRcment In Florida. w.:i mova northward to-nlRht, and Yankees by winning the last three n-. The Brooklyng havo reduced tho "n li-ad fo that tho reckoning In r - Minds live to three In ravor of i Vi'mnal Ivoajruera. 1 nnkees Improved a lot thlF LjI Shawkey Jltcned an nb 1 ,i.d no hit piime. He did tho p ' fir the first fivo InnlnKs for i .,Tierhan Leaguers and allowed h t or the semblance of one. He : t'huck Ward, the first man up Tl.Ir.J Innlns, and Chuck Ward .nly foeman who reached first f: thu euilefiil Shawkey. IIo r...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AXD YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 2920. RI502X5. RESORTS. 2Z5G2IS. .AND "EXD TXT A Saddle Horse Awaits You EAS7E3. HCCTIT at H OTEL SHELBURNE 91 m war if i a hi Why Not Say It With DAHLIAS? have gone bv. you can cu: as c.o&sce: in me - a... lexer? in your garden From some varieties anv as rare hundred bloseoss from a sisgfe planu Your choice of coloring and form is almcs" unlimited. ! rargo's Famoes SI Specials ; - "- -j. t r E? G I 1 t If" ! W C . c j --: JH V fffv" ra fir BtJ! Dahlias are the Best All-Season Flowers in the W orld ..ia : - - - : no- " n t t : -p wu; i: i :r J& Iw - B 8 THE NASSAU Long Reach, L. L " OPENS MAY 29TH. Whether 1 l f. FIVE CHOiCE DAHL!a5 fcr SI. CO prepaid. P-x?" via Order One or More of These Collections Now. These Bulbs z:e Cuarzzteed to Grow. TE.V SELECT DAHLIAS fcr S3.CO prepaid. SIX GIANT NEW DAHLIAS for So.&O prepaid. Hysnt CicWt CiK-K-iT 5K. 15- ST.-.c Hrir.i Cj i ra." SIX UP-TO-DATE DAHLIAS for 5 2. CO prepaid. Ir -H-.-f .j-.v...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

X THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL' 4, 1920. DO NOT BE FOOLED! We have no connection with any other store on 1 1 Fifth Avenue using name "Ratkowsky." These ad- i 1 vertiscd Furs will be found AT THIS ADDRESS 1 ONLY. Beware of imitators and imitations. This id h is the ORIGINAL and ONLY Abram Ratkowsky. Limnai pirADAunr mrll Sale POSITIVE 333-3 SEDUCTION Now comes the biggest opportunity of the entire 3 season to buy your summer furs. We have gathered n . .1 . 1 1 1 . t -m. 1 - togctner, reassortea ana repriced our enure great siolk of furs remaining from Easter AND MARKED THEM ALL FOR A QUICK AND ABSOLUTE CLEARANCE at prices fully a third below any fur shop in New York. Here are offered in this sale thousands upon thousands of the world's most superb furs neckpieces, scarfs, "chokers," etc. selected with the utmost care for their wonderful quality and beauty and made up into the most stunning furs right in our own immense fac tories and now offered to you AT AFTER EASTER P...

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

I qui n rtr ' inun w'"i" I w r THE SUN AND .NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. 22 SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD . i &,1 I 'MS il Mi ! ! i 1 ! il , 1 I !4 1 i iff ... '5 v 1 IL f'7 3 IE- f it Jl 24 SHIPS ! I STEAMSHIPS BOUND WEST H l A? -i I SHOWN I EVEN HUMBERS; NtoMVW A3TUNT1C XEW MsW" ryPf 1 ; STEAMSHIPS BOUND EASl V I 1 JfflMf "Wi iT show, by odd numbers, - MikS,. f I ,m- ; df w88 tesHo' u ym ? JCyn -) yp PH BERMUDA. MADEIRA IP 1 E (Ilk fifiBjj. I ""Distances in nautical All Vessels, Kast bound iintl Wosflioimd, Are Thronged Willi Passengers. 'I li. si.o,ns oT tvpnt-foui' '.i.-.'-eiiKf'i' sii itmliipH mi II10 chart to-tlay is in lin-lir4,-nf eonlriist with tliu elmrt .iipriu imk .hi the ilrst Sunday 111 .Vpul "In years 11S" lit 11 tM nl -uo M.v.-fls u re de piiu 1. iiii'liidniK tlftoi'n IImiiu the (ief 111.111 tl.ic, ami tin- ureut Untifli !trimi I.uMtania. iind Uef.mle, lith vle tm 1 of lirrman tuiliniannch. The emi-ira.-t uidii ate how hlonly the nicrc.in 1...

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

THIS SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD,- SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. i PALMER TO PURSUE COAL PROFITEERS 'Jells V. S. Attorneys Recent Wiiffc Jfaiso Justifies Not Out 10 Cents Advance. CURTIS YACHT HAS "WET" CHRISTENING Distinguished Party Sees the Lyndonia Launched. oupeks TitosECUTroxs s Cannot He More Than Third of tho Volume Gen erally Expected. f.tri f Tin: srft and New Yobk 1Ieiuii. Wa -!.:. tn. April S. Attorney Gen eral Pa1, w." fa Bolns after the coal prof ) eers. II" has sent Instructions to the I nitid i'" attorneys In every Amerl nn cii j i iwie and Investigate tinder the I. ' m- n-t all complaints as u result fif the .' w i In coal prices. Tho .wni'i y General believes that ! ,,vv ii'KM..J In coal iirlcca are not i, tnir.l rl that those who taUc advan- -id . ' ' Tl , ll.H I .' I'm ; . ill ".arr.. ''I In v. ! ,i ' ' r t,. situation should ho dealt '.ri.'y. In a notice to tho dls- .i ys ho says tho entire wapc ..i is rut mean more than forty mi h tuniinoiiK coal and that r absorb tho fou...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. &!JCkaeyic. At.retini Art Prieei Quilirf Srrie. otton 1 I Bl I 34&ti35thSt. Your Summer by the Yard 24 4- ML M U Utr.ld Squu. B'wtf, Wardrobe 1 3 it i 1 9 French Imported Voiles An importer of French novelties has sold to us the choice of his entire stock purchased from one of the leading manufacturers cf France. It comprises colored woven and embroidered voiles, the most popular fabrics of the season. To this we have added our own stock of the same and similar fabrics for which our former prices were $5.69 to $6.94 yd. $3.69 yard Lingerie plisse Crinkled plisse for underthings and children's clothes. Pink, blue, heliotrope, tan and maize. 29 inches wide. 49c yard Printed toilcs Georgette patterns on a good quality voile in a large variety of designs and colors for blouses and dresses. Regularly 98c to $1.14. 38 inches wide. 79c yard t'o(d(y toiks Colored stripes arc woven on a ground of white. Because the yarn is dyed befo...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

SECOND. NEWS SECTION SIXTEEN PAGES. Ed itor ial Financial Sports Automobiles AND THE NEW YORK HE RALD NEW YORK, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920 . ty ciair. WIS HT B Iff If f 1 1 i M m Z JT-f ITf rf 7 k IT n F tf- IT" V J FT V f iJTB FTP I W riTf 1 1 I I tfcT f f I f f f fl'lf 8MB LS H B kf W B S V. f fyf lWf4bftK 1 v IL IIX - ti m. J lffH yfil. Lfff f,B yfXy li.f f li, flf f.tOf B B M , B a i BTB m.B.B B. J I f I I MBMjAj M XW BjXJBJ IS 1 1 f ttV iUf ff y PREMIER AGAIN NEW FRENCH m GIVES FRIENDLY MIGHT HIT MOON, HAND TO ERIN SCIENTISTS SAY UPSET IN J AFAN IMHGRMTEST DUE TO FOREIGN i TRADE BUILDING Lord and Lady Decies in Their Robes Worn at the Coronation OFFICE BLUNDER; IN PARIS CENTRE ,1 Printed Alleged Interview Company Formed for Erec Quoting King George's j tion of Largest Commercial View of Wilson. 1 Strnetiire in AVorld. as 'OiTrnors ihtsyiu)dy-!bi'yks- rhKAinxu irorsi-: j'arliaiiii'iit Adjoiirncd to Pre vrnt Publicity. Xol Duo' to Franchise Agitation. itponlnrr to The Sin and New Yhbk...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE. SUN AND NEW YOR& HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. 2 11 31 4 3 i'ii I, 'I , "'1 SPAIN IN QUEER FERMENT OYER GREAT STRIKES Bull Fighting Halted by Disgruntled ISundcrilleros and Madrid Mourns. PADRE USES HIS FISTS General Unrest Takes Peculiar Forms but Serious Trou ble Is Averted. Sptcxal Cable Despatch to Tnr. Six ami New Your Hr.R.t.ti. Vipvrigt, 1520, ly The SUN ini New Yobk HKii.ui. Madrid, April 3. With Cabinet turn overs, iiationwldo strikes which iiffect practically .-ill public utilities and un precedented 'weather conditions, Spain has become so blase that It requires much to inuko her talso nioro than pateing notico of anything that may occur. However, two things have just hap pened which muted her to pausii long enough to ohhuive them. ono con eerneil lier national .sport, the, other concerned tlio sportsmanship of a padre who thought mi much of savins houIh that lie Ml his pulpit to thrash in church n memlrr of ids little Hock who liad, it w;u charged by him. wan t...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD. SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. 0 31 gi i The Most Closely Priced Fine Car 1 et You Know What handler Price THE Chandler Motor Gar Company, ever since the first Chandler Car was built seven years ago, has, in every advertisement issued to news-' papers and magazines and all other forms of publications, .stated the list price of the Chandler Car. It states it now, and will continu e to d o so. There is good reason for this and many thousands of motor car owners know it. This is the reason The Chandler Six is the most closely priced fine car in the whole medium priced field. Look through the pages of this paper or a magazine that may he lying on your table. There are probably from ten to twenty automobile advertisements. How many name the price of the car? True, the cost of automobile production has increased in the past year and it is still increasing. But the Chandler Company, throughout 1919, with all its pro duction greatly oversold, held to its price. The Chan...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED 1H33-1S35. NEW YOKK, SUNDAY. AI'Mt, , 1P20. TIIK SUN-IIERAM) COHPOUATION, I'uMUticra. VJO llroadwyy Frank A. Mun.ey, President. Krvln Wardman, Vice-president: Wm. T. Dew-art, Vice-president and Treasurer; 11. II. Tltherlngton, Becretary. NEWSSTAND l'KICES. Dally, two nnli n copy in New York city unit suburba and thrr ""l ''"f wlieret Sunday, flvc tenUi elsewhere, ten enlf. .... VAIL SUBSCRIPTION HATLS. C,&SlMtt'," One fix On;, y Mall. Postpaid, year. Month.. Month. DAILY A SUNDAY.. 111.00 MOO 11.00 DAILY only. 0-W 40 SUNDAY only J.w -J? SUNDAY only. Canada flOO 3V-,?,.i,.tnt.l Kor al points west of the .""'"'Pfi Wver add 11 a year lor dally or dally and Sunday edltloni. FOREIGN HATt-a. DAILY & SUNDAY.. $10.00 $13.00 DAILY only 159 ! 1 so UU.NUAI oniy - , h All dierka, money orders, Ac. to do mail payable, to Tho Sun-Herald. European Edition, l'ubllahed In Pari every day In tho year. Fries i in P...

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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