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Page 69 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

Mftj JgNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920.1 -eftason Offers olerest City nil Seekers 1

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 70 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE, SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 3920. . tJWAVENUE AT 37"SmEET Appealing New Modes In Capes & Wraps Very Moderately Priced 680 An unusually handsome accordion-pleated Wrap of fine Twill Serge, marked by its extreme grace of line. The smaitly crushed collar and silk corded tie make this a model of exceptional beauty and piquancy. Colors: Navy, Black or Rookie. Very Specially Priced 35.00 Mail or phont ordtrt n prompt and cartful attention. Send for Our New Fashion Book '343 Crjtal Htmy Cimb Bix and Pktt fr.jo YOU may search the city for a distinctive wedding present or you may come to Ovington's and find it easily. And the prices at Ovington's will be as pleasing to your checkbook as the wares are to your eye. OVINGTON'S "The Gift Shop c Fifth Arntt" 314 Fifth Ave. nr.32dSt. MANUEL INVISIBLE TRANSFORMATIONS Indlspenaable for a Perfect llalrdreiilnc very saar lo Adluat. Light anil C'omfnrln'ble, PERMANENT HAIR WAVING HAIR COLORING Htir Goods I Eierr Detcriptie. Henna...

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Page 71 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. jrif Qi 1QC ,)Q( 3Q xksc y?nr 'zw Price xfe umm i imc l DIAFRAHREDUCINGrset 0 In all Good Stores Who wouldn't show pride in the possession of so charming ij J 1 j ,ind individual a pajama suit as this which Ruth Shepley of am "Adam and Eve" fame wears with cap and mules to match lid 1 nil trimmed with "J. C." Lady Fair Ribbon. B There's a "J.C."Ribbonforevery need buythembyname- ;'' : LADY FAIR SANKANAC D SATIN DE LUXE VIOLET H TROUSSEAU DEMOCRACY p JOHNSON, COWDIN & COMPANY, Inc., New York i J' ' "Amtrica'i Btit Ribbon" Hj lu cmi for KIBBONOLOGY tAei la matt ufitl tMc tntlhii. "Embargo" Sale of Bohn Refrigerators "Syphon," "Sanitor," "Icyco" and All-Metal "Ideal" All Manufactured by Us and Sold With Our Guarantee, at Prices Which Cannot Be. Equalled, Ranging From 525.00 Up The worst freight embargo and blockade in the history of transporta tion in this country tied up many carloads of our Refrigerators for weeks, and then sudd...

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Page 72 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. MALLINSON'S PUSSY WILLOW MALLINj mtSf STM JCTIBLE VOILE o St. O 'iniEimiim!, 'ttiH;sn; V'VISFff- IHIIiiltlL FTH AVENUE WEEK 1 2 V TTC. n Jsew Yearly JLent Exhibits of Art and Commerce oA Tribute to Fifth Avenue and Fifth Avenue Merchants This initial event presents an opportunity to extend a token of appreciation of Fifth Avenue and its merchants, the most widely nown in the world, from the house of MALLINSON SILKS the most widely nown and preferred by the world. We believe it to be the duty of every New Yorker to uphold the dignity and reputation of the world's most famous street, as likewise it has been our endeavor to produce the most famous silks in the world. Our own appreciation of Fifth Avenue is further sustained by the fact that after January 1921 the new home of MALLINSON SILKS will be located in the new building to be erected on Fifth Avenue, 30th to 31st Streets. 'So MALLINSON C 1 1 Silks de Luxe H. R. MALLINSON & C...

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Page 73 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

p- SECTION 6 EIGHT PAGES tm AND NEW YORK HERALD W Classified Ads. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920.--7ww. u-m .irfMcwnirtai. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE Cooks, Ac rnnK Swedish thoroughly competent: linn worked 'ur "'I'" nwit. ,ku (..i.miini'Ml: icfcrcnics; Must fir.n'ceil " h(,pl'''i "ttintlti with small '." . ..I.... .. Iwi.n ,,lni, l.ill irtuul .....I... mils' IV IT M.l"' ' l' " ." ni mu !. rniui r.l di-eiigagin juny j; no caws, j' ' i,.t suii IIpijM. lronx. Riillv tm- Iiibpiii joung .vu.encan ,Kiri wi.nei noun"" ' ""dress lln,l !iiiiili.-iinlii atv i. ii rcicn 1 1 '; '1 month; it of town Jiit.'Mnnli.'. II. l'.. 44 Sun llcraM, Washing ton II'.-'" TOOK fw "uhi; position country; Wo C. 1'.. 311 Sun-Herald, Herald guaie fhOK gn'l ni.in.igrr, references, wishes poui'O" in oounir: salary .'3. A. A., 1U Sun Herald IlT.Jd pqiuuv. (Xiilh Inj i.licss, cleuucr,, reliable; halt time; ftimnil. rifueuccs, Christopher, III) West i:tth rucih. i'loriil. laiS" l-unllug house, hotels, inn, h run tea ro...

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Page 74 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. HELP WANTED FEMALES. titatn slid Insurance office, i M. Hating ttpcrleneo urn) aalary expected, Box I. I) , room 11. iJi AVest 4sl ASSISTANT ROOKKKKpTiii: KXI'KKlWuTJ I'lli I'TRIll-D STATE OUALIFH' ITK'NN, MLARY l'NPl"'IED . II T. SIS SUN- ATTIv.NDA.NT In "dispensary, experience unnetr ary hours 1 3 -ao in 5. JO, Jf rreky ( all "I -Ttli XiAUV -Tturff l akiil for Infant l year iM, got uas', best reference required; mil rmwcii itioi way apply fur position. y&m Itlvrr !.- fur nppfilnltiienl. 2lsoniii en 't aictaarriitrticr. iVani Vjf AVAN ,N I.ASA XIKMCJ II .SU, 'Vn AAoiliter tit the CctllllrT," Uirtrllcl.nly f il IlialrU' Hull, aadllg lllle"h ttm and et n'ltine a tiin'tlamgli high tff tuta, iaslne Hon hf null: i ma prhntc; lay, f-tiiif U"i ror free Is.nkiot. l..N1L)tlTtl.L ?rn:NOGRAPHKRS' INsri'ini. llimm.l si , lr..,kl.in, N V, " Ul'l.LKIIS. Kvfal rxprrlen rd Undarwno.l nperntora Till In) toif ill "! to conned themselves itllh f...

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Page 75 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. WANTED FEMALES r,N,.; ,,1'I'RATOH-FI 1.1-2 CLERK. eel r.PIP '-s ' . . unmiin nt ulcus. .....Ilit for sivllolinuiiril nnu niiilin "lit for switchboard uml ultupto i, ,ii gltlng age, experience and wrll"1,'1: ' i J. IC. 125 Sun-Herald, wr. i,,, ,'-ss,.!nsK ol'ERAT01'..-Yautic la.iy ot If'J .Ycrsnnality " operam small swltcli. iJa',v(? with clerical work: apply H"1 " i A M on I 4 J'. M. Self Winding -Vco 1 uMMr.. Brooklyn, N. Y.' 22 n-j.i piioNif operator. . . , ,.,..,.,1 telephone operator, large double ,, ia ,i.,wntiii steamship office: w. 'tir ,-i.ce and salary expected. Steam- '" .sun Herald Downtown. !!&-yr.-,7MF, experienced tn making house ff0hlV , .wi.; .alnry $ Meekly to '. tc II 2.' Sun-Herald uptown, rr: TniMMKn 1OTEIUENCBD ON MEN'S STRAW AND KELT JIAT3. JIIOII WT2KKLT RATIO KNOX HAT CO.. INC. Con. 0TU BT. A STH AVE. NEW YORK CITT. XrVVT HTi. COVT. n":nreient "I'lto Christian girls tv small lft &I1t. near depot and ...

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Page 76 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. HELP WANTED MALES. HELP WANTED MALES. HELP WANTED MALE. HELP WANTED MALES. HELP WANTED MALES. HELP WANTED MALES. HELP WANTED MALES. MAT.Alll.ll l'OIl MAOl.IHA LINEN DEPARTMENT, E Aim looking for .. man VHO IS THOROUGHLY CO.V Vl'HSANT WITH TUB MANC FACTl'ltE OF MADEIRA LINENS, HAWNO HAD ACTUAL EX- PlilllE.NTI., III'. CAN ASSUME 1'UI.L CHARGE OF PHODUC. TION. AI'I'I.V 11 ' I.IOTTI.R ONLY. OIV1NO FULL DETAILS AS TO YOI'It EXPEHIBNOK, 'HI S. II. K., koom imp.-, mi west hith st MAN I EXTRAORDINARY OI'I'OIITI.'XITY WITH AN Ol.l) ESTABLISH.'!! CON. CEIIN, .MIST HAVE I'XPBRII'.Nrn in omves rAiimc ami m:atiii:ii. thh position wi: iiavi: to offer, ASSIST IN ORDER DEPARTMENT AND TA..I. CHARGE IIP STOCK, HAI'll) ADVtNCEMK.NT. STEADY POSITION STATE A I IT. 11 Kl'Ctl- ence, wiiiciu: i:.mpi,oyi:ii ami in WHAT CAl'ACITV. AIHIRI'SS WHOLESALE, 392 SI N Hni.ALDilll-.lt ALU SQIAHF. MtN ON POULTRY FARM. Young iiMtrlnl man as isslaLirt t Iu 1U t inn ii ...

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Page 77 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

sr., THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. HELP WANTED MALES. Zi i 15 weekly in Jour spare "mo uning "LTini ailrertlslnr work among the latn spcx1"' .. ..nv nn exnerlemu ncceis&rv. HiL".-io-rt;y for 'l ai Honiara. American YTrthx 0 ... n American llulldlnr. Cilieali. EiO American Building. Ciuein. -o.!ueii v ITonu W'dtTIl or nnest TO uoi .-soaps, rev Toil! Waters. Klfe. &.. nbs. . EiV Frro ii) asuii cjii our relund pln. ?A V"iN -4- m.' '!""" " INSTRUCTION. rnf(T onportuultv for nwllon piclurn nit. I - ' 11,11 " lyPC of IniliPR. 'I(...i mill r'lililrc'ii Hint re talented .. ...... of entering the motion picture ,,, wn ran guarantee you screen j'Oll' W our nun itroiiuciiiiiis u you ,i n t'mi immediately nml let in nroxn "", , .,i .laction thut ho do not 'M1SHISP- t s our poiii-v ui tan iiriiiiiijr win r most t.ecptn.1. T1IK ALLIED .-, xt l'l vYl'llf AL GILBERT, dllcttor- r . . iv'. ... jti i. WK i' NOW producing PICTURES, At' IUINSTRUCt7oN. T t!Mi II REPAIRING AM...

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Page 78 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

v THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY. Intlnla Sale or Kent. A Sportsman's Paradise Owner Mint Sell Beautiful Eitatc of 500 Acres With 2 Milei of Waterfront, Located on THE JAMES RIVER, COGGINS POINT, VIRGINIA h.'- -ons'sts of lar and e'i arpolnled Colonial Manlon with 20 rooms Ho' .,1 cold Halur. AIm fiarttt gutsl house, Barage stables, etc. Water Ian i tic Ci"rt"man's rradlse'' fchly describes the beauties of this Virginia estats ana i's u'lKiijaUcd iportin;: fucidtle. Kim?, durlis ami quail by the thousand", also large came. A country club or tporUmcn should not let .this opportunity c- by. ' ' ' located about 40 miles from Itlchmond. GO miles from Norfolk ano . in - from I'ttenttijrg Daily trains anil steamboat, m.-r fjx.'Oil wa upeat on lmpro omenta alon. ouNcit uu. ii:r.i. r.vriui: I'Hopi'.itrv at i,k tiiav ArilAI. OIIH.INAI. KM'I.MHTI:kK Kim IMI'ItOVKMKNT.'s For further Information S. L. PAKAS. si ri:K now Mnss.u liu.ett uli. nr Itent. ...

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Page 79 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

'' S THE StJN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL '4, 1920. 1 OT ni "or TtirSDJESS PLACES TO LET. . . . f I... I.. Ilalicry 11111 ITera Desirable Offices For Rent Splendidly located in modern 23 story bldg. Also One Entire Floor A wonderful opportunity for a tenant needing 7000 Square Feet Also Basement Store itiitable for restaurant 150 Nassau St. Apply 10 "Sent ot premise. Brokers Protected. OFFICES 35,000 SQ. FT. txcert 'w'l downtown ofrico pyia-c; n-' (em five story building u be t l :cii. Reii' y January 1, 1921. ji-. - ; -itendlnc throurh to ... . A'nina V. S. Express Pj. t Market Uulldinc .ind cent-, J!'1 Stoic a: j four floors, each 7,000 sq. ft T k'-ther or separately. : .j nsonable rent, riant i" . , 1 .-mshed upon request TANkOOS, SMITH & CO. REAL ESTATE :. j - P-fniwnv, N T. City. 'dt 6sss-:j;:. Ullflllilll'CIIIIIMIIinillllllllMllllllltll; ON BROAD STREET 1: -rs Street ' : st ry bul.dlnr. . ' q ft . 13 Ow F 'i at r. also cood vflKa tor export 1 .- L I I llIU 1 'I" I I...

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Page 80 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

8 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. BUSINESS PLACES WANTED. WANTED LOFT OR FACTORY SPACE 7,000 to 10,000 SQUARE MET one or more v norm, IIROOKLYN I.. I. CITY, JAMAICA OH I.OWKH MANHATTAN; MY II K Ml 1,1. CO.NbTlSlTTION. Brokers protected and an addi tional commission will be paid to brokers procuring acceptable space. R. B. ITTELSON Attorney 1G0 BROADWAY I'nONE CUItTLANOT 7390 Aboie Dili M, o Bath Si. (Indnilte), IIHrr (o North niter. APAETMENTS UNFURNISHED. AbOTo 14th fit. to Sfth Bt, (Inclusive), Kat River to North Rlifr. Wanted About 1.000 square feet of desirable office space in financial district, preferably on Broadway; will take posse, fion immediately or May 1st; bonus of $200 is offered to the party whose space is accepted. I.only S.. box J 10. Sun-Herald. 270 Park Ave. BETWKKJf 17TH AND 5TJr8TUEKT3 . nHHZHlKESIKHESl A FEW APARTMENTS AVAILABLE FROM: May 2s: M Rooms, 5 Baths, $18,000 Oct. l8l:U Rooms, 5 Baths, $14,500 7 Rooms, 3 Baths, 7,000 G Rooms, 3 Bath...

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Page 81 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

'ii ii in i ..1 i . . - -. ----- 1 4 t M 1 SECTION SEVEN NEW YORK, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. Copyright, 1920. lV The Bun-IIeraUl Corporation. EIGHT PAGES. Some High Rents Offset by Operating Costs Smaller Profits for Honest Landlords Revealed by Analysis of Books Covering Park Avenue, Lexington District and Side Street Apartment Houses of Better Grade Vicious Circle of High Cost of By CHARLES A. RIESER. T was closing hour In Dorgan's corner butcher shop. Dorgan Junior was re placing the meat In the let-box. Dorgnn senior, with wrinkled brow and pursed Hps, was going- over the books. Ills examination, cursory at It was, revealed evidences of a mounting overhead. Suddenly lie becamo aware of the fact that Tim, the delivery man and general factotum of the establishment, w..s hovering around his desk. The circum stance wns suspicious, for Tim as a rule was uunctual enough about leaving the shop. "Hoss," stammered Tim by way of Justify ing his employer's suspicions, "you know I (,-nt ,i wif...

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Page 82 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

I I ? THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. War Showed Darin, England's Old Inns In Real Estate Mart Sale of Famous Houses Recalls Many His toric Incidents in Political and Social Life Notes from Gibbon's Journal n i4.aJ&Ai3T3 1 TSUI l X. , -v ; k& t' ''& i-& ' - ' '- ENGLAND la selling Its cnsUes and es tates. The announcements of the London real estate brokers read Ulie excerpts from historic of the old county families. In the Dotty Telegraph one morn Ins recently thero wore listed for sale the following historic seats: Klngsgate Castle, the Bromlstntrs rcsldenco of the lato Ird Avrbiiry; Kylrmoro Castle. Gnlway; Ruthin Castle, a famous Welsh mcdlieval strong hnld; Kllleen Castle, county Meath; Llndls farnn Castle, Holy Island, off the coast of Northumberland, ono of the most romantl rally sKuated and beautiful properties In England, the nnclent ruins of Amberley Castle, near Arundel. Sussex; Ellon Castle, near Aberdeen; Clonyu Castle, West Meath. the...

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Page 83 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. omen Perfect Plans for Restoring Roosevelt House W Memorial Association Opens $250,000 Drive To-morrow to Com plete Fund for Making His Birthplace a National Shrine of Americanism Recollections of Theodore's Boyhood FrVAT, plans for the restoration of Theodore Roosevelt's birthplace, 2$ Kast Twentieth street, and the prop crtv adjoining as a national shrine of Amer .cnnlzntlon uro announced to-day by Mrs. John Henry Hammond, president at the Woman's Roosevelt Memorial Association, IBO. Beginning" to-morrow, the association win conduct from Its national headquarters, 1 East Fifty-seventh street, a ten days cam paign to raise In New Tork city approx imately (250,000 to complete the Roosevelt House Building Fund. In designing her plan for the memorial Thcodate Pope of Farmington, Conn., has used wins walls on either side of the build-' ing to separate Roosevelt House from com mercial structures in the neighborhood. That part of the me...

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Page 84 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

J THE SUN AND iNJlW HuKALD, SUiNiJAX, AfKiL 4, WZU. ... 1 Fifth Avenue in Full Splendor Bids for Still Greater Fame Enhanced Glories Shine Forth This Week to Impress the World With Relationship of Commerce and Art to Civic Ideals History of Country Road That Became Best Known of All. Thoroughfares By J. DONALD ADAMS. IT still lacks something of a cenlury Blnre the avenue began. Within that time, within the memory or men living who recall It ns a country road, rising and dip ping up and down over ho hills of Man hattan, It haH becornq tho best known street in the world. Whon In September, 1018, It became the Avenue, of the, Allies it becamo also a magnificent symbol of the hope and determination of the allied ctiuhq. It be came an InternatlonaJ highway. But, first of all, it remains simply Fifth avenue, New York's greatest pride. And this i Fifth Avenue Vvk. Its purpose, ns announced by the Fifth Avenue Association, It "to emphasize the rommeielal and artis tic Importance of tho Fift...

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Page 85 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. THE. ftf . , Kl l-T"l f? 1 vnni it-, CONTENDER FOR. CUP 'DEFENDING f HONOR JJ-t Yacht Crews in Stiff Training For the America's Cup Races Sailing Masters Rejoice Over Return of Nearly All the Vet erans Who Put Resolute and Vanitie Through Trial Paces in 1914 Lipton's 23 Metre Boat Soon to Join Shamrock IV. ' - EM i -'Jmk ffi .. THE vr I WFSni i its WHICH II MAY DEFEND II By HAMILTON PELTZ COME, ye doughty old sea dogs of the gold laced cap, the yachting togs and the slung binoculars, can ye conjure back from memory's album thoso matchless seascapes of the long ago? Once more, after ,a lapse of seventeen years, we oldish chaps who love the tug of the sheet, the pull of the wheel, the roll of slippery deck and the kiss of the salt spray upnn the cheek are to feel the thrill of an ocean race for the blue ribbon of the sea! Again. If Neptune and the other gods be kind, hp are to feast our eyes upon that gillant picture the fleet, white...

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Page 86 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

KM THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD SUNDAY, APRIL 4, M. Federal Construction Like Tower of Babel Army's Chief Builder Urges Standardization as Remedy for Costly Confusion in Government Work Manufacturers Ask Removal of Shackles mi nit mi iih tr nit ' Hit JTTT w 'n rmf . 11 Head of National Association Pleads for Lift ing of Government Restrictions and Suggests Constructive Legislation Stephen C, Mason is president of the National Association of Manufacturers, which is to hold its silver jubilee con vention in New York city next month, Mr. Mason was formerly with the Interstate Commerce Commission, re signing in x8$6 to go with the McCon way & Torley Company of Pittsburg, of which he is secretary and a director. He is vice-president of the Steel Founders Society of America, execu tive member of the Railway Business Association, member of the Chamber of Commerce of Pittsburg, andmem ber of railroad clubs of Pittsburg and New York. He was born in Vermont. By STEPHEN C. MASON. WITH the U...

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Page 87 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

',) THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1920. Red Cross in Field of Public Health New York County Chapter Decides on Intensive Efforts as Its Major PeaceTime Activity; MapShows Approximate Loca tion of Hospitals and and Other Facilities in Manhattan TirE New York County Chapter, Amer ican Red Cross, In line with national policies, had decided on public health ni on of Its major pe.ice time activities. Tho local chapter has therefore recently organized a dopnrtment of health service. Tills new department will supplement and strengthen existing public health' agencies. It-- first efforts will be along the lines of public hcnlth oducatlon and Information, Tho special Committee on heulth service which recommended that the chnpter enter hi' Held f public heulth Is composed of ten of the city's widely known public health ex perts; Or Janice Alexnnder Miller, president v. n York Tuberculosis Association, chair man. Pr Herman M, Biggs, Stat Commit- loner of Health. . Halley D. Bur...

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Page 88 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 4 April 1920

g t 7 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL. ,4, 1920. Seeing Circus From Behind the Scenes Reveals Why It Makes Kids of Us All Human Side Stands Out Beyond All Else in the Big- Show, True Yankee Institution That's a Never Failing Magnet Character Study of Famous Clowns and More Dignified Performers Throws True Light on the Ring Folk and Clears Away Some Mistaken Ideas WORLD'S FAMOUS chimpanzee arter jzl RETURNING from HIS FIFTH AVENUE TAILOR By EDWIN C. HILL. TWENTY years ur mo ago, when tlie Kaler was cranking up the Oemmn military machine for the madman's scheme of making Bagdad a suburb of Ber lin and otherwise preparing himself for an unhappy old age In Holland, he cent a Von 6omebody to this country to travel with the Bamum & iBalley clams. The Idea was to study the smooth, swift system by means of which an enormous aggregation of men, beast and material was handled and trans ported with perfect economy of time, effort end money. There has never been any thing compara...

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