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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. 5 CAPRONI HERE, HAS FLAKE TO CARRY 100 i ,U I rilllMIIIMIIlir ouii "i jo j'ii rnuril.v and Drivon HYLAN SHIFTS BLAME FOR PAY OF TEACHERS Warns Legislature Tax crease Is Up to It. In- HKiill.VK SKKVICH SOON Kalian Inventor Sees Inci'oas-im-lv l.ni'ut r Planes' for Cfimnicrcial lTso. c i 'i ', i 'i ' ,i,',ml, Invontor of tlw luwo .. ii' : Int; airplanes which , hh'Ii destruction amonn ,.f ilio Allliw, arrived In this lit ill i dm tho Trans'.itl.intloa , r (ilii!-eipo Verdi, brlnnlntt i, f u now "hl" whli-h I his war planes. Htf Mill ,, iiiu'iiifW und ideuMire ror .I th- ,',.mii iloeH not look like a man 1. 1 ,., h to lii-lnff tin' war to a ... i , . ir k lli is n sturdy, un . , ,'ah man, a Ijlt under nvtr- Mill a Hi'ar ollvo rompli'N ,1 i dark mustache Only when .rim. ' 'l!j f aviation, and hln ;,. .-iMs i- on when Hpcaklnu . it ! MH-iii mure than a sood , .im v man. He is 33. . I i .'in r, IVdorieo, attends to . - .U'.llN v ,is- Ati...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, ' 1920. Jl i 1 MS 8 i i -1 1 Munds Rogers & v- Siackpole STKELS and COPPERS Ovr Utter, icsl dUcn'i" ft f (niilrli Members N. Y. Stock Exchange N. Y. Cotton Exchange Chktzo Board of Trade 25 Broad St. Uptown Office 16 Var.derbiit Ave. Automotive Accessory Securities We have in prepatatton a concise analytical report on Sir mlrif L'arhtiroler Stewart Warner Speedometer Mui it i Hody Parish a Hiugimn Ameman Uuuh Magneto and all automotive accessory shares, which will be mailed L W. Waflner & Co. EtMtohta IM1 C'.lcajo .V Y. Sloe HjcMngr lftmiers - v I' Hzehmoe ( 33 New Street (TO New York it foi HM it. Cut Av Si 4:0 St. uj (Veil kjtf s .6 Covrl Si BHvn. Irrancf.ci Miller &6q .Members Securities Bought for In vestment or-Carried ou Conservative Margin 212 FIFTH AVENUE' 26 c-nttr TASGACRE BUILDING- H E CCR 41-4. J- J-RCAIVAr NEWYORtt Investment Securities R.C.M EGARGEL & Co. 27 Pine Street-WetilfoK f vnilo INVESTMENTS With THE ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY,, 'APRIL 4, 1920, German Bonds As the eventual reestab- lishment of organized gov ernment throughout the German Republic seems to be assured, the gradual re turn to normal conditions cannot but reflect itself in an improving exchange rate. The Mark exchange rate governs our prices, but as this rate fluctuates constantly the naminp, of a firm price is inv" possible. Based on nh exchange rate of $1.40 per 100 Marks our price for the following Bonds is: Hamburg, 4ij$16.00 Berlin, 4 Munich, 4 Stuttgart, 4 16.50 17.00 17.50 Other securities quoted and our booklet 'Foreign Bonds' furnished on request. With a lower exchange rate, wc would accept your order proportionately lower, or if exchange is higher our price will be increased accordingly. Send us your orders, accom panied by check, stating your limit. We will then confirm your order at best price within this limit, if possible. C.B.Richard & Co. Established 1847 29 Broadway. New York. Phono Whit...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

8 THE SDN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920, llliam T. Tilden 2d Wrests National Indoor Tennis Championship From Vincent Richards by 1 0-8, 6-3, 6-1 RICHARDS IS DEFEATED BY W. TILDEN 2D CUBANYOUTH EARNS TITLE WITH FOILS The New National Indoor Tennis Champion u Dofpiuling' Tennis Cham-! Ernesto Betancourt of Pat- )ion Downed In Straight Sets in 7Ui Itegiment. .u ,1. SCOKE IS 10 n, C 0, fi 1 erson High Wins Scholas tic Championship. DEFEATS ALL HIS RIVALS Foot Funlt Rulo and Injured Finger Prove Handicap to Loser. William T. Tilden Id. of Philadelphia, but nuw a resident of Providence, K. I., will for the next twelvemonth ho known an tho national lawn tennis singles In (ioor ihamplon, for tho tall uaker won tin t title yesterday from Vincent Illch ards of Y'onkers and Ford ham Univer sity, the winner of taut year's champion ship and tho erstwhile eeventeen-year- nld wonder of tho modern same In the Goes Throjigh Tournament Without Meeting With Single Reverse. Ernesto Iletanc...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

r THE SUN AND 'NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, J?20. 9 LftJet Discussion Arises in Camp of the Yankees as to Leading Baseball Bunters in History J;nea1 THERE HAVE BEEN SIX CRACK BUNTERS Kcolcr (lie Host, Snys Kelley; Hurkett tlio'Ucst, Snys Coimcry. fiEOIWK 11KOWXE ON LIST A No llugjrins, John McGraw and Hoy Thomns -Players Hldinjf for Fall. Ily WII.MAM II. I1AXNA. fviil It Tnr Si's and New Yni;i llriuin. ,Ta ksonvillb. Kla.. April .1. Joe Kcl tf bjiJ UjU Conncry, Ynnkce scouts, .ie dlsti!fliis tlic subject ot the best ).,nteis In baseball. Kelley Insisted (hit i!!:; Keeler was the best the eer bus had and Connery wan (. i h- positive that Jriife Jlurkett was. K. Hi v p'ayed on the OrlnlfH with Keeler .1 niw .i Rood deal more f that great i,it-.tpiin and outfielder thnn Connery rvir did connery on th other hand, In m; in SI. lunula, was more fiimlllni' "jVii-Utt'ii work that) Kelley was. I ,i lie (M'irt'l see as much of Keeler as . , v did of Hurkett. U.'llcv .l.i ej with Keeler f...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

Iii,it fll 1 4 SI a Ml 4 M U ' j i, i 1 1' 10 Horses Prepare on Local HORSES BREEZING AT LOCAL TRACKS Despite Severe Win lor Aro Well Advnncod nt liolnioii t nnd (iravosoiid. READY FOlt SPEED TESTS Season Promises io He Best, OWItr j.mmi run i iiwiwiif,ii- lireris for Sale. II y lin.VHY V. ICING. Raring In the metropolitan district jiromlses to enjoy this season Its moit j successful war since the repeal of the i Percy (Jruy law In 130S, There are more ' thoroughbreds In training at tho local tracks than there have been In a decade and the quality Is much better thin in' Keent years. Although ull of the stables (it Belmont I'aik and Oravesend are crowded there Is a scarcity of horses. A rcore of sportsmen arc eager to enlarge their staM' S. but there are no horses for i lie And like almost everything else they have soured In price. High class 1 yearlings are a. scarce as dlamonils. A 1 joung thoroughbred which in lormer 1 ars ws !! i' i'i on the market at f 1 ,'JOO is now valued at ...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. 11 College Crews HOWARD CLARK IS 'cv York Aspirant Lends for Annual Award of Sword. CREW CAPTAIN SECOND Edwin I). Graves, Jr., of Ponn sInnia Is Nearest .Rival as YcrsalilcsPorforiner. pyn: liiB Si'N and Neit Yowt HtitAin. A n.n Aim is, April 3. 1920. Versatility In iillil"!U'!i Is etuounigcd at tlio Naval A. a.li'iiv by the tlioroush orGunizatlon wiil'h K't'iis the inldshlpmrti busy In ono l,n( ..i ntlicr ilurhiB tin- whole of tho a, a lnnii' -u i The final mark of rlls liiu il ii for i vi'llonce In general nth ln, s i. llif nw.iril of the Naval athletic .h hti,,n jword to that mldtdilpniftn n makes tho best showing an nn s, .!, i. ouring tho year. This keys the a Cinri. t' an effort to exrel In u , m In ! r-i li'-s nn possible. With very ,' v . , ptk'iin, the award has gono to i. iM,!inii, n who were prominent In at I, ,.i iwi Important branches, Til. m i- little doubt thr.t this year the ii. ii l v ill In' worn by Midshipman H, ...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

r ... rr r x'tp'nt,f1XT THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY APRIL 4, 1920. JERSEY COAST TRIP HAS MANY CHARMS Itoads Arc in Fine Condition for Kiiii Over Popu lar Route. II r O. M. WBLLS. Chief Headman. The Automolile Club ol America. New Jersey's lon "aft lln "P1. ;'f splendid rewrtu provide t tour that is Xav a favorite with motoric. Then Vm to ay to r-aoh Perth Amboy either via SUten Island or trough Newark, KllMb-th and lUhway. If the latter route I drttred. cross the J-orty-m-cond street f-rry to Weehawken. thnce via the Hudson County Iloukvard and I'lank Road to Newark. Hoth FrellnK huywn avenue ai.d Klliabeth avenue are In good condition and can be followed to Elizabeth, Krnm K lrabeth Wlow Rahway and St. Georges avenues through Rahway and Woodbrldge to l'erth Amboy If the motorlu prefers to use the Staten Island route, take the Municipal Kerry from the IJattery to .St Geurce, and follow Hay street to the Marisie Hospital, where a right turn Is made into Vanderbtlt avenue, bec...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

.... THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. 13 verHnl Hody Corporation, Garwood, N. J. t', rnctory operations will oe nntifr mo pcmonat supervision of Hiram K. Hrown, formerly fuctory manager of tho Uix InKtitn Motor Car Company, who re cently Joined tho forces of thiryXmerlciin Motors (Corporation nH manufaclurlnK inanuKer, ami It, IC. Illalr. formerly su-licrlnt.-nilent of thy UrewKtr-r tody plant. V HAS OWN BODY CO. . m- r , fiiill 'W5H Sll'lllltv'' .1 I I I I I I I I I II 1 III II TI Klll'l" PERMANENT TOURING TOP. IHERICAN MOTORS 'mmmmm , ,' , VWl VIA Itl fPry&A.m, i jmu'IK M-Xt'JjmfA-M'lMml (.ri'i'iislioro.PIitnf!?. ml ' 1 1 n. Ulii" " " fan"'" ' Mi ' ' li " '! ...... , i In ittl0 fftplil; tlsviiop , n.rl'Hn Mot lint Corpora- ' i Ti I : oC tin AnilTlPRII it. mki'ii rcrintly In the , i tin JViilni'M lloily Cor i ..milrUl, N. J., which will - t .r h"th the IMnlnflulil anil , N r ) plants of tl,io com- n t ..iy lonivrn Is capitalized ;J,Vni .-iiK and '-'5,000 ulin...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

14 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. RECORD TOURING ' IS PROMISED Information Already Hemp Sought for Trips Through Xow England Senium. Tlii number of Inquiries which ami nlir.iily bolnc received by tli inuring liuiemi of the American Automobile As-1 foelntlon Klveii eery liiillcatlon of an i unmct'eilr-rilecl demand for murine mfprt. inatlon ns noon uh the roiicltc In Now MnKlaiiil anil' northern New VorU State onargo from their blanket of nov anil Ice. This replon baa tnuili to recommend II frr inotorlstH, list It Includes Mich tixeeptlonnl scenic localities ,ih the Hi'ik shlrci", Ihn (Jreen Mountain", the White Mountains, the lioautlful valley nf the t'onneetlcul Itlver. the lakes nf Maine and New Hampshire mid an almost con tinuous stretch of hlKh claes seaside resort- extending all tile way from New York to Nova Scotl.i. 'Pie White Mountains may he reached hv several distinct routes, each of which affoids cood road surfaces and excellent hotels at convenient I...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK' HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 3920. 15 ; GRAHAM'S STABL? ; LAST OF ITS RIND it ., ' . Xo lloom fop ' -Aj l ;tl 1 1 jtTft t)iiys. ii, (,i ii.vuv r. m i:. Tii, iv.ent death of . Hubert U. fr.ih.iw uniovp.l tho liiHt nml )erli:uiH ,i,P iw r.f .i Rrou of Mulilo liivpers who tt'ie nx fiimoim an tlii) lcudlm; 1 nt,. i,, ,'piTs of New York nmowr l,Arii.i !l '""ration OKo. Hob I'fjhii'ii" l"1' 'stabllslmicnt In Went p,v,nlv -Mb ilW. J" Wl of Hi''""' a .m nol on" of the luiRi'Mt of the nil. ,1 I'dle Miihli'n. but It s-oemcil to be .,(, , ii-iiihii of opinion nnioiiu old , m i, ! n.lirh Hlio wure fuxtldloiis ,hout 'h. .uf r.f tlirlr trotters and tlie y i , tiirmd out for the nftcr- nMf, Hint (inilifim bail nil IiIh .0nt"ii"Mii ln'aL.-n Ju.-t a little when rum to keeping a road horse and his ,'quipni.tit I" t!-toi sawyer style. In ti pulmv il.t8 of the rouil no ',,-s. . ieillni: a trotter could Ami she1!' i' a' ii-.iliiim s. U was railed the , ui. .-Mlil", and w.ik kept up to ...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD,, SUNDAY, APRILS, 1920.' 16. 250,000 WILL BE iN BOARDWALK REVUE i pastor Proinenndo at Atlmitio , City Expected to Excel Previous Years. BROOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS. BROOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS. ,,,.,, .-T,-,Tr,r.mo i -nrmnTrTwiT nTstrcrvTavu r-wTa l TiiinnirTVw A TnrF.n TTRV.ME NTS. I BROOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS. 1- BROOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS 1VUUX11 w -. - - k-,, .v., ,vv .v .,.w. I -" v s . MANY FROM NEW YORK (Visitors from All Parts of World Fill Hotels Along: the Henoh Front. fecial It Tint HfN and Nmv Yonu 1Ii.tu.ft, Atlantic Citt, April 3. Jinny tliou lamls of sojourner)!, ri-prcaontliiB ovcry ifctlon of tho United States, ovcry irovlnco of Canada, divers points In jatln America and Kovernl lands over icas nwnlt hero to-nlBht with nlmost ireathless expectation America's reat ist and most magnificent annual fash on revue tho Easter Humhiy prorno lado on tho Doardwulk. The numher )f those already assembled will ho niiR nented by a multitude almost aH largo ;hat wil...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

$SUi AND NEW YORK HERALD SECTION 3 12 Pages Society and Its Interests Fashions Art News Drama and Music -Hotels Book Reviews. NEW i YORK, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. Coiirit.tcua920, by The BunllciM Corporation. SOCIETY TO MA VE GA YEST. EASTER TIME SINCE WAR CAST WORLD IN GLOOM . r - r ------ Debutantes From New York Appear in Guise of Equestriennes at Hot Springs, Va.f Where Mountain Trails Are Most Fascinating. ) Important Weddings to Take Place This Week and Be Followed by Others Dances for Charity and the Youthful Set Arranged. Tti.ni:U'V will usher In the lirlchtest Ktm- season since tue war Mi.riofl. i-niisltiK n cessation of almost everything thnt npproaclictl t,,jpiy. Many weddings hiive been arriiiigetl for this month cot ui.iiiy of them for Knster week us for the hitter pnrt of the month end plain are eon helng mtitle for weddings In May, :i month that hitherto I t ..1Hl.lni)n.i Iiiiha I. Il 1,1 flt.ll,.tl s.in n tvln.1 has nut lieen Iliviirt'u iui jiiniimsv:.-" inn- hi ii in ...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920,' BO APRIL PAGEANTS TO BE FEATURES OF WOMEN'S CLUBS' SPRING GAYETIES A mill frolics will bo features in social club Ufa this spring and All tho month's programmes With gayety for many of tho well known organizations. They will bo ns varied as tho entertainments of tho winter, only along different lines, brighter, ffnycr and moro Joyous In harmony with tho eeason. Moro than a thousand young women nnd some of tho older act ns well as men will take part In tho Arabian Night's pageant, which will bo given nt tho Waldorf-Astoria on April 13 In connection with tho third annual Sil ver Skylark Ball, nn opera perfnrtivinco of the Verdi Club, of which Mrs. Klor- , enco Foster Jenkins Is president She is arranging tho plcturesquo affair, In " Which tho costumes will bo appropriate to tho stories of tho Arabian Nights, and In addition will have a Silver Sky ; lark design cither on turban or cos l tump. Thero will bo nil act from a s grand oper...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND' NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. EASTER AND OTHER WEDDINGS BROOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS. FREDERICK LOESER & CO. BROOKLYN ADVERTISEMENTS. FREDERICK LOESER & CO. WSAfVWI THK wocMInK ecnson will extend far Iwyoml KustcrtUlo In fact tliroiiKhoiit tho month, ami even May. unually an unpopular month with brliloH. will nto a. number of mar rla&M In tlio city, ns oIho will June, MIm Jcanctto Held, daughter of Mr. And Mru. William J. Hold of 23 East Slxty-llftli Btioot, wm do mnrriPU 10 Mr. Aufrustlno Healy on April 28 In tho HinjiH of St. Uartholomcw'H Church she will havo two matro'ns of honor. Mrs. Jiitne Clement Dunn rJ Washington and Mrs. Stuyvennnt yUnboay Chicago. Mr.' Marquette Healy will he lest man for hlB brother, nnil tuu i't her brothers, tho Messrs. Columbus and Vincent Healy; Miss Hold's brim,., Mr. Stafford Held; .Messrs. J.irnes Clement Dunn, Prank Mipfunl, Henry Isham and Samuel Meek -xv ill be usherH. Tho ceremony will take plaeo at 1 o'clock and...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK ' HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. " r ..... v-v.n-VA-.w.ivmvMVv.mamuii CLEVER DETAILS AND SPLENDID COLORS MARK NEW FEMININE CLOTHES rr i rt ' "l tfetir be si Ajtie tusmtrw. i ef it ramie icM ici ptefe. onortness oi skirts, ior btree-t LquaLs Brevity oi b!ee e u mm. -at aw to : tr, .ur pra.-4cc r ti strttt. Axais itt x u. toomar tit: tk-e ear '-s ane-tat-auta; stana tx cr Waistline Goes to Hips Girdles: Conspicuous. ifttr attar a w , .or ur juirrjawm. irT lias teea&ii'txt u ttiioc is citjs lc cttorj tiit sii tt tnliiVr f tit 3tr. t-w tk eiwlr ra W zm ttu tKH Um. V Hvt or. W r,Jrt US erKSMra fc Jr. ar t ti nil. 1: li u k' ts ckrr kid for 1 frMis. -ktt r citoct. Eit'i.-ii aa i tkrm tart tk ,,r1f,"i1. A 'JT it c5 lai w to 4roo to to oefctr Ir Hofcaei a K a to UV itttatk it. Tt tto iiwr .Brr. ,orrsUl ltd SStTfc io : skr ur ; Ct -Jur.; ake.-1 Ti auiiiifc. ix? ;;;: Trsift strait li li tsuct ' up '-t Cr aaoclMr-e.H troofk: ttto t tl- rcciif. ftiru ir t trifi Cor- Ls ...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. PRESIDENTS SUMMER PLANS MAKE SOCIAL CHANGES IN WASHINGTON Sirinrr St'ii.son'' at Wliito House, 1ml Mirny Weddings and Blister flnyelles. v miiv.i'v. H. ('., April 3. Holy ,, in W .ivIuiiRtnii Una been tho calm tj,,. htorni. Society, fnr tlm (Inst i,, dtir.i.tf I'''"'. ,,llH hcenrin tin til) . i,.i! I penitential niooil In propiitn- t,m fi r Hi.' fnvctles f Banter anil tlirto ,,r mur ..lis thereaflor. The announce. ,, ,n ''.in ihi- Wlille Mouse that tho i.'r.Hi.l. "i w.'Ul'l o to Woods Holo, N i,r, I,,' h.n tho f'raiRi place for tho .'.,,,. r .."1 wmi'1' ko early, probably l i M,..' 15 and June 1.1, lias upset ,1 i ,i spring "MHhon" at 1 1 if W t.'ll.i'i'- I'.ut WaHhttiKton B"t aloni; ,11 .,,, ,..nif..rtalily without the 1'ies i,,.i t .u I '' While House and Is ijoln , i. .1. to survive a spring eiiually .. i, ,it White House leadership. wiIm.m'k nieees, the Misses ,r ef Ko.in'.lte, arrived nt the White ii', i..r .i d.n i"- iwi befo...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. VIEWS AND REVIEWS OF ART INCLUDE A PICTURED LIFE OF LUXURY 1 1 L - lEdouanl Cueiiol'8 Paintings of1 Homnntic Indolence Other Topics Discussed. II,- 1IKMIV MuUltmU. ' DOUAItD Cl'Cl.'BL lmtl only tu show at tho Soclete National des ISeaux Arts to bo acclaimed there. Tlie year after his first ap pearance In tlir Salon lie was elected an associate mt'mlier. This quirk huc ociia is easily understandable. HIk nrt Is .caressing and untroubllng. Al though very, very different from those Of Wottcau, his people tre forever pic nicking In the shade or taking tea In tho sarden. One mjoh that their lines liavo fallen In pleasant places. In dies In white lace frocks (in the period Juat before tho war, when Mr. Cucuel painted these pictures, ladles wore frocks; nobody knows what to call what they wear now) and big picture hats drift Idly In rowboats olonf,' the shores of a placid lake. People like to fieo such things In pictures or did like to Be...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. The Urealed Sparling Goods Store in. the. World Madison Avenue and 45th St., New York 'RUDDIGORE' TO AID IN ROOSEVELT DRIVE Opera Performance to Earn Fund to Help Buy House. The Music of Spring WM : j 8WWWWawiii nnimiiiiiml l cate mrm i, t m vsm mm whh mmmm i "mjm i mm w in roosevelt drive , & 1 w& awL .-saB.i i raww s' "ts mmmmm wh mm ? .as m. Fund to Heio buv House. mmr, j Is'iiaHl .UA W ? . m'x mg.m&srtmiV 're nil laiil In tills city. In Hip cast of WM& W. ' w v HWW U,n, ....,.. of A. I Krlancer. IH appoar Jn "Ma- i? TESS ROST IN "LASSIE" NOR.X BWES THEATRE Week of Musical Plays Brings "Florodora" to Broadway Again JIOMUY Oiilurj- Tlipntrr, '1'liiroilorn. roiived by le hikI J. J. Shubcrt. Thn cast lnrludes Mlrs Klennor Pnlntir. CeorKe Hasi-cll, Mlis Christie M. Donald. John T. Murray. Walter Woolf. Hurry Kendor nnd N-uc Hon mIIp, who played thti Fame part in xha orlRin.il production. The new tex- j ti-tte imludes...

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

Miss Trentini to Sing, at Palace Colil Hotter, She Is Heady for Vaudeville! Acts at Other Houses. Having rested and recovered from hor cold Miss Kmma Trentini, It Is an nounced, will beRln to sins In the Palace, Theatre, to-morrow. An EaBtcr offering will bo "Vanity Fair," a drys nnd music rovuo based on pases of tho magazine of that name and designed by Miss Yvetto Klvlat. The "Overseas Ilevue," with Miss Elizabeth llrlce and Will Morrlsey, will return. Other features wilt be the Arnaut Jtroth crs In 'Two Loving Birds," Mora and Wiser !r "The Hat Shop," Wilson unl Larson In "Bits of Oddities" and Ever est's monkeys. Leading acts at other vaudeville hoiites will be : H1VBUSIDE William nnd Gordon Dooley, with the Morln Sinters. MIm Sophlo Tucker ami her Kings of Synco pation, "The love Shop," with Eddie Vost and Franklyn Ardull In "The Wife fiavcr." COLONIAL Joseph Santley and Miss Ivy Sawyer In Hansard Short's revue, "Bits and Pieces"; Bert Errol, John Bully In "Under tho Apple Tree...

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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