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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

1. THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1920. 17 fTV ItKAI. ESTATE. I'ruru Buttery to 11th M Inrluch", Al.oTr Mth Ft. to Sflfli St. (Inclusive), Kust Kltrr to North Khrr. Auoie lllli St. to SOth St. (Inclu.lte) East Hirer to North Ither. Alwvr Hill St. to SOtli St. (Inrlualvei, Etui ItUrr to North litter., Mil I CITY URAL- ESTATE. . ? ltt'&IVi'&iu pi iniru ta t vt i Tii'civirku ATF.fi Tn T.F.T. 1 rti'uiv'i.fia vr nrva wr i t-T T mtflivrce lor antra eni r t nttcrvivlaa ni.irva i in. I n-ncrrwi tit 4 rru Tn tvt I l"rom llntlery lo lllli M Inclinlvr. From Itultrry to Mtli Ft., Inclusive. How Your Rent Can Be REDUCED We are forming a holding company with a capita! of 8co,ooo, for the purchase of an office building, to provide YOU with space at the NET cost of production. . The building is well located in the financial district and produces a net rental, so that in 5 years you will have your money back. You may obtain a permanent business HOME at a moderate rental. ...

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 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

hi"' ",V. Jti a. ) . . .si , i t. I,' 'A - 18 4 AP.WlTMKVrH TO MX UNFMNISIIKi). Ahoii MHi SI. .llli Av. to North Hlxcr. FINEST HOUSE OF ITS KIND IN NEW YORK 9 West 81st Street Facing Manhattan Square and Central Park Highest-Class Elevator Apartments Just Completed 2, 3 & 4 Room Suites Exceptionally Large Rooms; Electric Eletalor; Maid Sercicc; Resident Superintendent. Pritacy and High-grade Service Assured. ONE SUITE SUITABLE FOR DOCTOR OR DENTIST Four Room Apartment on Oth Floor with Complete Kitchen and Unique Front Garden Hjii'ciul ImlucOmont for Immediate Rentals on Account of Completion late in the season. REPRESENTATIVE ON PREMISES. WOOD Broaduay at 80th Street. WtltTHKNT:. TO I.KT FlHNTsIIKD. f)0.cl Peter Stipesant Central Park West at 86th St. Open for the Reception of Guests. IIOTpX APARTMENTS. FURNISH I'D OR UNFURNISHED. I HUM ONE ROOM AND BATH TO AS MANY AS DESIRED ON YEARLY LEASE. , WILLIAM T. INGOLD, MANAGER Ill sls PLACES TO I.KT Above llth l.i-t . to 39th St (inc...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

THE SUN AJSJD iNiVV XUrViV -iitAlD, U'ttUltoDAx', -'EBRl)Aii' 5, 1920. 19 CHA1 "rTEUR-MECHANlC, whlU (30), JJ wnrt experience) teat. reTarencea) cjty ur aninlrr. John Tick, 'phone 1(65 Har- i.'n i I'PPPITIl. mnehnnt. tnarrl.il .r vnaM1 viierlence iiclrnto fa mill I ilrlro any cart nnful UrlTor: reference. Joseph. BIO West (Jib. . I'll.UTFEl'E Mhl'IIANIC. seven ran' esnerl. tuft and best references, wishes position .pel. tile Nick llrn var of Sanders, tit East Tlth. ill! .V ''KlIl'H, colored, refine J, desires ik. H' iui) private, experienced; heat refer- tn.r ,1 Johnson, ;03 JlVoiit 113d. Gnhh"r wok, absolmely first class nil sroundT 1'rcnrli rooking, all klmla cf jiaatry ; honest; trn references from nrlmto family or par. ajdsiiy wishes poaltlou lu flrit else family ..lr wagi-i J 100, U0. Cacf, 323 Hc-ald. liar- u 4 ,-Nimn- Cllll', l'rencli, flm claw reference, lust dls-n-arili last Place Mrs, Hcnrr Carroll, Wat kVK. I. 4.. tor iTiTHic lamiiy or oar-Jisior SWtaient. Charles, chef, ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 5 February 1920

li r PERSONALS. .A1J. lueMirr rlKvkcl nt the CuriUml Frl7 ftuil In- tftnowl on or ,'r''Jf"V'ii!it Kol mi'BbllD for lng Itft fi" lu Hate. T 1ADIV.. I'lrufc cfiminunlmlo (it mice with Miihlbmer. Now York offices " "i re.dy to lend npwnrlul HMWMifoS tnfluenttal IrUiidn helplrwf HbImjb gl'"1.,ly 111 ' -t fiAMVjKir"KiNHOHN." IMillwl;'" home t once. Your mother very . m;lbln will l' all rUUI. lOt'll PA1IIKH. LOSTAND FOUND. rODNn-MUFr. sclcitr. lnMM ""'"'V wl'li ,jvl wimo hy imrrrl l. Jlr. . I-'-'-Vroipect t KatOrani:c,,:, J- . for rVturn of I'OAT taken from m Turk wv. UOST-rASK 1'At-K with annual pa. '! ami unilry perwinM iaor. January ri, t twwn tlriuid Central Trnultinl nn.l SM H lntx mtlon via tllli i-t ami fth v. riillcy Vilrol office. Suilat.lo reward If returned to a,730 Oranil Cciilnil Terminal. t.OBT-KI'ISCOI'AI. " UlNti. amolhjst. ir rounded tiy IS dlnmoiuln. iron on each ilile, near M. .lohn the Divine. Cathedral or in IMlcabs llbnral nmard. I'cturn mother ! jr orM I wrl conhaj ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

1 '''F'JAIwP'.IMWJ- WEATHER FORECAST, r Snow to-day ; to-morrow probably fain moderate northeaat to north gales, Highest temperature yesterday, 30 s lowest, 95. Detailed wathr reports will bt found on tht editorial' ' ptf. 1. A HAPPY BLENDINGL ' The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD ? reserves the best traditions oE each, n combination they cover a wide field and make a greater newspaper than either, has ever been on its own. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVII. NO. LLOYD GEORGE BACKS GREY ON RESERVATIONS Premier Silent in Pubjic, hnt Full Approval Is Understood. CABINET IS IN ACCORD Britons Arc Anxious for Early Ratification of Treaty by America. OUR OWN TERMS GOVERN Senator Borah's Statement About British Indorsement Meets Denial. 1 Iptdal Cable Dttpatch to Tun Sun and Nstt Yon 'Hibald. Coptright. 1920, oil right! riterved. London-, Feb. 6. It Is denied vlcor- eusly here In the highest official quor ters that Premier Lloyd Georgo had cabled to Washington that the reser vations to the pc...

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

3EEHH32 .. : - ... 1 a; u' ' in,,)..,, . , the three boroVgris of' ituMK tbo JSronx and 73rdoKlyn. Five hundred of the regujsr force' of. J.600 sweepers ars laid up with Jnfluen'a. 'Fifteen hundred drivers yrere ohthe Job. To add to the trouble only'nve of sixty-five snow con tractors' trucKa which were wprklnj In Jpfpohlyn WAdiesday .WPoried for work yesterday Tho contractor wanted ISO ,dtiy for a truck Jnstend of 135, They t"u I, after Commissioner MacStay se cured permission from the Board of Es timate to make the raise, and 10 did other contractor who had been furnish Ifcg trucks In other 'sections,, at tho old wis. frorsea nnil Motors llelitfcts. -Three thousand trucks, besides the 1.664' city owned-carta, .are needed,, but only 1,200 were uvjilub!o yesterday un til tho raise wus luadei , Then' mora be-. Ban to come In. Throws' the main thoroughfares of the.'Jty sweating Korne.s stumbled and slid and motor, trucks moved with whlrv rlnr, skidding wheels. When horses. save , 5Vt ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

THE 3UN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1920. I t STATE CLOSES CASE AGAINST FIVE SOCIALISTS Letter From SpeTikcr Sweet Head Inter Record Sums Up Evidence. 1IKAR J)EPENCE TO-DAY I'otor W. Colliiifl DcclnrcsMnny Radical Organizations Aro One in Purpose. tpiclnl IHtpatch to Tub Siix and Nit Tok llERiin. Aliunt, Fob. 0 Speaker Sweet of the Assembly Btnteil In n letter ho wrote to tho American Antl-Soclallst League In Brooklyn thnt "It wan dim cult to see hpw any of the Ave Social ist ARsomblymen on trial for dis loyalty could bo truo to their own party and at tho same time support the Constitution of this Stato and the United States." Read Into tho record with tho cldslnjj of the State's case against tho five Assemblymen, the Speaker's letter 1 In effect, a summing up of the evidence presented In the three weeks of testl ninny. jMalntnlnlng his opposition to the Socialists, Mr. Sweet's strong state ment Indicated clearly he had In no way changed his position that the sus pended...

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

MM 'tt"l"i't"mT'' IHT-'ywrr.!" , -7.. -r I r-n 1 r- f ,H. & THE SUN SAND YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1920. -t ? ' a. 1- 1-5 JREYSAILANSIHfi, 4 J PERHAPS ON TREATY Mfnttrj in Washington That (, president Was Not Apprised of His Views. iJPIANCE STATED HER CASE J&i Early as December 1 Am-t-dor "Was Told Ecserva- flons Tere Acceptable. I Ifyidtl DttftuX U Tmt Sea itrXtw Teas Waskixotom; Ttb. I The attitode of "the AdmlnUtratioa toward VUcoont 'TJrtr while be waa In this coontrjr and v whether it knew hi InUntion of ianrlnr , na puctto atauracnx or tne iiniua new of tba Ledge treaty rtserraUona baa baeonja. a rsyttery in "Washington. Tba acuta differences between ezplanatioca 4nm Hai. ld"ifltrtlnn unm 1. . cjurscuTuuc 01 cooaiuons uui naT ..,potafped since the President's illseai. ., v It Is Iraponfble to reconcile the virl- tl'so ttIr-Sj- Thos at the White Ketiaa It waa aald to-day the Admin ls st&Mm had no warnias; that the Grey latter waa to be issued. Moreover, the v...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

FHE Stiff' ND NEW YOBK HERALD, FRItiAT, FEBRUARY' fl, fr920 I hi mil i i EBERT REPEATS GERMANY CAN'T GIVE DP ACCUSED German Government Asserts Delivery of Men Asfccdoy Allies Is Impossible. ACTION TAKEN BY COUNCIL leaders of All Parties Called Into Conference to Dcbato Future Action.. Berlin,, Feb. E.A statement Issued to-night by the German Government concerning the Allies' demand for tho extradition of war culprits says: "Tho Imperial Gvernment at to day's session dealt with tho situation created by the extradition noto and list and the refusal of Baron Curt von Luraner'to accept the document. "Tho deliberations, which took placo on tho basis of tho list, which had unofficially become known resultedjn a full and unanimous agreement that the standpoint expressed by the Ger man note delivered at Paris January 25 and since published Is, In all cir cumstances, to be maintained. "At tho signing of the peace treaty the Imperial Government left no. doubt that compliance with tho demand f...

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

1 m - I: fi 6 w ' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, ittUUAr, V&MVAKX b, wiDuc in won M5T VICTIMS OF INFLUENZA t Copland Arraigns land Irinlq for TTpartless Ac tions Against Poor. DEATHS $row DECLINE OTr Top by Snntlaj" Is Hop Cemetery lots Boosted From 330 to 850. Notewithstaflns that tha number et near cases of Influenza and o deaUu from Influent, and pneumonia. eecrtos&X msricWly In New York city yesterday. Dr. Boyal S. Copeland. Cemmlstioncr o Health, mJndful of th ew danjters lurking la tha wake of tha enaw and sleet storm, waved the big stick of nuthoritr over the beads $, c landlords who would evict tenants suffering from one or .other of the Via appeal should be made, mi" I Dr. Copeland. -to the owner of every houws where there are tenants .rst ' to runuan sumoem du ju. otwm., to Investigates health cotidltlona' De fore atetemDtlns an eviction. In a ff time of widesoread illness It la cieariy the dutv of the landlord; even where'; ,j: It Involves personal loss, to aid h4 I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FliimtUftRY 6, 1920. I 'WOOD'S MANAGERS BAR LOCAL FIGHTS Gould Says Solf-Sooltcrs Shall Not Uso General's IWoni. WILL MAKE NO CONTESTS Declares Ho fs Not Seeking to Have Delegates to Chicago "Instructed." j Efforts to tuie the Wood boom for Prenldent for personal political purposes or on ft wedge to ride" Into power In any local orftanliatlon will get no sup. port frorn IUpreentatlve Norman J. Gould, Eastern manager for the Major General. ' "We do not Intend to engage In a con tt for Wood "delegates In a single Con gress district," declared the Congressman on hto return from Chicago," speaking particularly of his plans for New York State. "We hope that the delegates wlected, or most of them, will be, for Wood In Chicago when the proper time arrives, but wo are not seeking to have them Instructed." It seems that In certain counties In the State there have been evldrces that factions on the outs with the powers that be have shown a disposition to s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

m 8 AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED 1833-1833. new Tonic rniDAY. fkb. . 1020. SUB flUN.HEUAM) CORPORATION I Publisher, 110 Broadway. I rrank A. Munsey, president. Crtln Wardman, Vlc-preldent; Win. T, -THwart, Vlce-prei'drnt nnd Treasurer; B. II. Tlthtrtngtnn, Htifretary. NEWSSTAND rnicEg. 1inlT, two cents it copy 'In New York Mf ntlil nlmrb MUtl fhrr rent else where; Bnndny, Are cent; elsewhere, tn MM. MAIL BOBBCniPTION RATES, fail Of Mississippi Rlter: , One SI .One By Mall, Postpaid. Tar. Mentha. Moalh Daily a sunday.jh.do s.oo ii.jo daily only mo tft CIWDAY only 4.t0 . . UUNDAYonly. Canada 4,00 3.3 , . For fell rolnta weet 6f the Mleetaslppt Illvef add II a year for dally or dally and Cunday edition. FOll-tON KATES, DAILY & SUNDAY.. 134.00 IU.S0 DAILY only 11.00 .J0 l.lt BUNDAY only.... 1... .75i l.l All check, money order. Aa., to b fiado payablt to The Sun.llerald. Enropran Rdlllon. Published In Pari every day In th ye". Prlc In rrls 35 centimes, dally ana BUPAmS OFFICE. 4...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

I BBB1 am H 11 BELATED HUNDREDS REACH PALM BEACH Twelve Trains, Delayed by I Washouts, Arrlvo iti Quick Succession, -.l t- PARTIES IN PRIVATE CARS Jfr. nnd Jirs. .Tosiali H. Cosdon and Mr. nnd Mrs. Horaco I Dodfjo Tlicro With Gucsta' tpidal Deiptitch to Tna SHU Jtm Nsw Yoix TAi-st Rkacii, Flo., 'Fob. E, With twelve trnlnB arriving from the North In rapid succession last night nnd this morning tho llltlo station hero resem tied tho drnnd Central Terminal In Now yorlc In activity, and both the noyal Polnclnna and tho Breakers hotels, set records for nrrlvalB In any one day In their histories. All tho trains were from twenty-four hours to four days lato, hay. Ins been held up by floods In tho north' ern part of tho State, but It la reported that tho damages liavo beon repaired snd that trains will run on echodulo train, Several private cars were In tho be htcd trains. Mr, and Mrs. Joslnh II, Condcn nrrlvcd on their car Roamer. With thorn tvero Dr. nnd Mrs. Preston rone Snttcrwhlto of N...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

m Jftift SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1920. Use Judgment In Selecting Your Investments EXPERTS are of the opinion that bonds of real intrinsic merit purchased around present prices are practically cer tain to sell considerably higher within the next few years. The question, therefore, is not so much whether you should buy now as it is that you use the proper amount of Judgment in making selections. Should you wish us to submit to you a list of diversified invest ments, we would be glad to do so, following out your ideas as.to type and geographical location as, closely as. possible. Send )or Circular No. 1674. "ConwrottTB InTeatmenU." Spencer Traskfi Co. 25 Broad Street, New York ACHANT BOSTON ' CHICAGO Meiabrrs New York Stock Exchinre. ' 100 Securities gelling at attractive piicei are listed or de tcribed in our Fcbruaty offering sheet. Lit! trill tn sent upon rreuMl for ,yM0. v TheNationalGty Company Main CffeeiNalienalCit Bank Bid LVlcwn Office Fifth Ar.4 43rd St. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

iiiiiiiiii THJ3 SUN' 'AND NEW' YORK HERALD, FRIDAY,' FEBRUARY 6, ; 1, 01 31 V The next three years promljo well for the Railway Equipment companies, and BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE may be expected to share In a good portion of the business to be placed by the railroads, estl mated by many as six billion dollars. RAILWAY EQUIPMENTS In addition to concise report on the leader, v five other Issues expected to benefit ore re viewed, ALSO DISCUSSIONS OIS Ce rro le 1'aico Island Oil American Can Metro, ret giudebaker Coiden Co. In the Current lout MAllKBT OPINION Oralis on rtauest for D-it, R.H.HSTERS&GO. Utmltrt ConsoHiattd Stock EA, N. Y. 69 WjbII St. New York UanT MM 1 Foor. DISCDSS ADJUSTING RAILROAD FINANCES Govprnmont Officials, Hallway Executives and Bankers Hold Conference. ACCEPT EQUIPMENT PLAN ! Congressional Compromise Bill Ib Not "Wholly Satisfactory to Bairoad Men. . 'he long drawn-out lawsuit between Island Oil & Transport and Metropolitan Petroleum it nearing a dote, JProbab...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

.THE SUN AND NEW YORK HER'AED. .FRIDAY, FEBRTTAr tf, 1'920.' f 12 ' " I ..., I , . .. ,f , fc ii .. i ,,, i ,,. i. i i i i i.. i in. i , .... i p , ' " 11 - ! i It 1 i UK ii !r ! 1 1 it . . : : 7 1 : ' N 1 I H COTTON MARKET I STILL UNSETTLED . J? j; LIVERPOOL TONE &TEADY i Final Prices TTcro Aro at Top of Session, Net 10 to 20 Points Up Closing Firm. After Selling: Off In Early Trading-, Bccovors Sharply; During- Afternoon. n The cottQti market was ajraln moro or lets unsettled yesterday and sold 'off about H cent a pound during early business, although recovering sharply during tho afternoon. On. the wholo feellnc was somewhat better, with the trade reassured by tho announcement that there had been no official ban on .cotton Imports Into Great Britain. Al though one or two English importers had returned several small carcoea at a profit, nothlnc of wide scope alons this )lne had been, attemptod. The recovery in forelcn ezchancc. sterling being up .About 8 cents, was undoubtedly...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

THE SDN AND NEW YORK HERALD. FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 6 1920. T3 SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD ,11 H- I I , ' 1 I I Ml M. . ., NOTICE TO THE SUN AND THE NEW YORK HEltALD'S Ship News Office is adjacent to the Barge Office at the Bat tery. Telephone 1572 Broad. CLOSING Transatlantic Milk. FMDAT. FSB , BATCRDAT, FEB, 7i . , mi f ..... T.IVmU Gtmb'.i rrencn uunni, enm 7 r.; . .. . .11,1 JV.I TlWftlana. IHbemCV. MwT cYecWevatla. Jugoslavia. Trw J nTrlette. Cermaa-Austrta, BwK. KltV l"V, Srl. dreec. TortMil, Twkey. IWPt; Brlrfrt British Sit AMn, ftrtta, Ojlon and 8tf Settlements! also wrr l lZt malls for France sad othsr eroa. Sy r Nltgara. f!30 All. firm Britain. Ireland. Netberlir.di. ?". Hunsary. Eitbonlt. Finland. ArcUntU rrie, luflelnT d Cape Verde lelande (other am. io parrel post nUi Jer Great Brt It Ireland. Vrtlrfndi end JtUer reuntrl., Itottrrdam, fi AM (mp :M AMI. VorVaj. Sweden, Denmark. Oermeay. Lltbn. nitt tnd Latvia; also parrel pot Mill for oAv.y. awsden end Denmark, s...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

s S ' 'v s t 11 ill r THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, ITOIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1920. Secreart Proposes TW TWe Be a Trtoa Among Trainers for the Olympic Team MORE TRAINERS THAN ATHLETES Tryont Proposed to Mnko Se lection for American , Olympic Team. I". W. Rl'RIDN IN EARNEST I "All Bosh," A. A. U .Secretary! Says, to Have Different Trainers "Evidently we have more trainers for the Olympic team that! we have nth-i Ittes." remarked Frederick W. nublen. ccretary of Ihe American Olympic Com mittee, yesterday when asked who would be the expert selected to conduct the team In iueat of tho laurels at Ant werp. "and In order to settle tne ques tion I propose to have a trainer's try out where the public will have every op portunity to Judge who Is the bestj itun." j Those who heard the remarks at the A. A. U. headquarters laughed, but! Bublen, who was quite serious, con tinued.. ! "Why, I have had more queries fired at me since the formation of the new Olympic Committee about the trainer's, Job than...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

-m i i'i'i i ' .iii.-i.. ... -,ti.m n 1 1 jWon, JRc, Mitchell and DtineaA British Golf Ptojtessiomik, Atpmw Phm for American Visit BRITISH GOLFERS COMING IN JUNE Vardon, Ray, Duncan and Mitchell' in lo Party. OTHERS MAY BE .SEEN Will Leave England After Open Championship at Deal. Ipiclal CabU DnpatoK to To Son mo Niw Toil HbmIP. ' London, Feb. fl. The. composition ol the party of British professional golfer bo will tour" the United State M year wan definitely mada known, to. altht, and, although it U po?lblf, that ethers will be added later. It l now uwred that Abe Mitchell, George Dun can of Hansar Hll. Harry Vardon and Ted Ray wl cross the ocean. They will ltave Immediately alter m ettn championship, which la to be held ever the Deal links the third week ot June , i Vardon and Ray toured America In 1M, In which year they were defeated. In the play off for the United 8tates Golf Association open championship by Francis Oulmet. the amateur, after the three had finished In a tie for ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD,, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1926, I HYLAN DELVES INTO 'TRACTION SALARIES JLcarn s 31 Persons Aro Draw ing Over $(5,000 a Your on Combined Payrolls. lONE YEAIITjY FEB IS 25,000 the figures printed here tho stocks of American cotton total 786.533 bale. rille on adJI;!.ir.il S.000 bales aro mi v n 1 i it: i rt .aon the sen. .Ulde from these stocks the. City Inquiry SCCKH tO HlHl Ollt iplnncrii are Md to hold considerable "What, Extraordinary Grand s Jury Missctl. The city administration's) Intention to make pf the Board of Estimate's Inquiry Into the merits of the Interboroiigh's .1.1.. .... ...Ih.i. .K.mnl In VlgJll S.Vlfc IHIH JCA ..wiiv. ,...- ilo what the Thompson committee the Extraordinary Grand Jury failed to WKet MmelhlDr on tho Interbor- Ki.gh"-wae shown yesterday to be more Renounced than ever. Comptroller Cralr said during the 1 iesslon at City Hall that perhaps the. Extraordinary Grand Jury tfcnt failed ' I flad the "ovcrshidowlns crime" would, fce Inq...

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