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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

'HEAL ESTATE HEWS, j NOTES AND GOSSIP Fifteen Story Bulldintf in Mad ison Sq. Section Purchased by Prcsont Tenant.. RESALE IN FIFTH AVENUE Many Sales in Manhattan and Suburbs Show Keen In terest in Bcajty. 3ohn Dunloti Bonn, dealer In sIIUb. tenants, purchased the fifteen atory office and toro bulldlnsr at 19 Madison ave nuo, erected about seven yearn ago by the late Jonn ju nciemwi o v Ms former home. The building meas- ures 2UX.0O and adjoins the Pullman IiulldlnF. a similar structure ereciea on the Blto or tne one-time rouv raimuw In 1910. Three years after Its comple tion It was purchased by Fred Stono, the actor. Just south of the latter prop- ' . i i h. Twihnr.t church at the erty flood tho Parhhurst Church, ai tne Tucnty-fourtn street corner, wiicio u. . . . - f I. I Metropolitan i.ue insurance vuiii" . tow building a sixteen story structure Adjoining No. 19 on 'the north Is tho twenty story Madison Avenue Building, it Twcnty.fUth street, erected by J. Fill- Hyde In 1910. Tho...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

mmmmam TllE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, ERIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1920. II m I cm heal estate. I i 1 Mortgage Brokers Many largo rea) es tate offices use our mortgage depart ment in negotiating their clients' loans. May we handle your mortgage nego tiations? Wis. A. White & Sons Established 1S6S 46 Cedar Street Tel. S70U John A. V.AMY & CO. 1-1561 I JSC I st Wet 72d St. Tel. 6810 Col. ECONOMICAL AMI EI-FICIENT MANAGEMENT Or FROrEHTY, BROKERS & APPRAISERS ftlnsr. Brcner $ Eelticr inc. r PROSPECT 4 WESTCHESTER AVES. HOMES WITHIN TllE HOUR ALL SECTIONS. 18.000 to ttO.OUO. J. CLARENCE DAV1ES. (3 NASSAU KT, JOHN B004. tun i re Div inc.. Real Estate In-. IUH nl )no Lei. at, ai nil From Battery to 14th St.. Inclusive. For Sale For Restaurant Purposes Four story building, 44x86, in the heart of the steam ship district; one minute' walk from the new Cunard Building, Bowling Green Building, Produce Exchange and International Mercan tile Marine Building. PRICE $175,000. Possesion May 1, 19...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

rBBwieTBTrwrif t THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1920. 19 -1 KELP vVaNTKTJ- FEMALES. HSVXXtXKtMH. OSTBSBTAKHU. SOEtr WANTtHV-yEMALES. HELP WANTED -M.VLES. HELP WANTED MALES. 1 , Notice to Undertakers vVING to the unusual demand for motor hearses and limousines this association has been compelled to adopt the following time sched ules on winch they will furnish hearses and cars for funerals: 8:30 A. M., 12 noon and 3:30 P. M. Motor Hearse & Car Owners Asso ciation, Inc. ' THE MOST TRYING TIME When Death enters your household It U then trhtn you mnst appreciate thi well-known "CAMPBELL SERVICE" tchlch re lieve you of every responsibility and supplies every need, not overlooking the least detail. Call"Columbu98200"AnyHourDagorNight. FRANK E. -CAMPBELL "THE FUNERAL CHURCH ( NON SECTARIAN ) ' Broadway at 66 St. 23 Street at 8U Ave VtefftnferallOctadcft. Artistle Tta-rrAl Delgri our Specially LEGAL NOTICES. At Special Terra, Fart L. of .the flap- frtml Court of the S...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 6 February 1920

'V V Hi ft ft. I THE ..SUN - ANP NEW YORK HERALD, . FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, . 1020. . PERSONALS. iILL fcaicaf esccked at Ibe Cardinal rarity mltow and Soldiers Gab, 13 Kaat 301 "Suit N rrmoitri on or before Keuruarj H. ol Ripooitilto for Uf((fe left after tb" NEW PLAN DEYISED TO CONTROL TRAFFIC i. II. KINO. Make BPPOlntmtnt r. T.I snawer Ibrebgh paraonal column N. T. ..lf....M . JlA&bv-HI.aa. communicate m one l 'JTIlll tO BO MlldO Oil Fifth AVC Jlutilberfar, New York office! know all. c m iviiu (funvitui .-...--. niiA rnt. tiii iiiivu iinrritinitirr frlanda hatpins: lltltne acrmuair " . I "v iui uv -ayMjo, j.ivaiaaaiaj Hal frlanda hatpins: Htltne acrloualr HI- . I WILL, any one knowing- the whereabout' of Karmend Itoaa (iron Sraman Id, u. ; N.I l.t n Auguat. IUI. receiving JJIP , New Vorki communicate with CONTI IJKNTIAU I Herald Brooklyn T LOST AND FOUND. larse tflamond February 10. TO I'SB TEXAS SHERIFF AND $5,000 VANISH HERE Son Feara Edward Best Has Been Murdered. BJIOOCH 1300 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 February 1920

Weather forecast. Clearing to-day. To-morrow partly cloudy; diminishing northwest winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 33; lowest, 35 totalled wtatnir reports will be (ound ea the editorial A HAPPY BLENDING, The amalgamated 8UN AND HERALD . . ... .... r preserves tne nest traditions of eacli. il in combination they cover a wide field jl and make a greater newspaper than '" 11 either has ever been on its own. VI AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 160-DAILY. ff-f-f. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, O.-ffifi.'M New Tork. N. T. LABOR UNITING FOR ELECTIONS IN EVERY STATE Gompers and A. P. of L. With Bail Brotherhoods; Back Project. ASK FARMERS' AID TOO To Vote for "Friendly" Men for Congressmen, Gover nors and Judges. XO THIRD PARTY PLANNED Idea Is to Oust "Lawyers, Rankers, Trust Burons and Mine Operators." Washington, Feb. 6. Definite plans for the, first nationwide aggressive political campaign by organized labor to control Congress and elect friendly national and Stato officia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 February 1920

i ihelle and Uie Bony Island aliore. Sine Wcdnosdny seven steamships, Including tfeveinl llncri of the Now- England iHlcamslilp Company's Jinan, hayo been Uqlplcas liulHM In tnfc.rlp of the thick M e. Tho vie1s are, the Cheater W. ftlmplo, wjth thlrty-f tvo passeh&ers on Sjoard bound from New York to New fTark to New Imdon, the fltvr Hump Jmlrfl, bound for NcivYorkjfrom New Mondon with thirty passengers, the ifrnlno. bound for Bridgeport, with thrco Uisicngers, and said to, be ajround. as lell qh Icobound; the Georgia, a rrovl- itboard, and the freighter!) Boston and equonnock. Complete Tleup on Round. Itcportu httd it thannySene who to idlred could trolI over an eighteen ch coating of Ico from- the Wcstchcs r or Connecticut shoro to the Long land aide, but so far no one la known have so desired, no dooi nas pawtu much tho Bound for three days and clocked innrlnerB who wnnte'd to bet at nono would soon wero numerous. The chances are even, however, as to Hither tho IcebounVl llne...

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

THE 6tJN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1920. 8 MM SCENTS LAND GRABBING BYTjEALUES Senator Hitchcock Explains Probable Reason of His Insistence on Article X. PIIESIDENT MAY HIT BACK Enlcntc Acceptance of Lodge Iteservation Taken as Due to Expansive Projects. f;ifdJ DeiftttX to Tnr. Pcx ind New Ton BniLo. Washington, Feb.- 6. Not only is President Wilson unwilllntr to maho cny concessions 'from the position 1 alien in his Jackson Day Jttnr to pro cure ratification 'of the German peace treaty, but there were Intimations to day that he is prepared to force the fighting and strike back at Great Britain and France in return for what tiie Administration considers the im propriety of the letter or Viscount Crey. It was from Senator Hitchcock (N'eb.), the Administration Senate leader, that such an intimation came to-day. The Senator, after saying: he had been kept informed of the Presi dent's attitude toward the latest de ulopments In the treaty matter, in tisted there was no ch...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY TORUARY 7 W20. 'ORGE POLAND PEACE- WORLD BANK COUNCIL NEUTRAL TRIBUNAL MAY TRY GERMANS Government Believed Willing to Surrender Accused for Action by Such Court. tho Russian cooperative societies was developed ut to-day's session of the Council of Ambassadors, when It wna pointed out that the Soviet Government, after saying It would consent to tho pro posed restricted trading with tho out side world through Uicse cooperative so clctles, had shown u disposition to tie up th iMlatica with official administration TO FIX EXCHANGE WITH BOLSHEVISTS Ml Pan for Government Institu lions to Get Together. American Friends of Jtcpuulic la bucU a way as to mako oven partial! London, Feb, 6. The movement of foreign exchange to-day was generally trading impossioie, WILL PAY ONLY CANADIAN MONEY Favor Quick Action on Economic Grounds. more favorable under the lead of the nilvanco In exchange on New York to 43.35. Paris and Brussels exchange eased to 48 francs 45...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 February 1920

JELLS WAR LOSS OF METHODIST CHURCH Dr. Blaljo Says 4-00,000 "Torncd From .Tasks to Defend Country." 5RIVE FOR NEW MEMBERS Hopes to Win Million Through Evangelistic Campaign This Year. Methodism Is faclisr the lanrest rrtem ItTh'.p low In its history because of the -irar according to a statement Issued nftnTjay by Dr, Edfar Blake, executive secretary of the Centenary Conservation rn"B'Hce pi me lcinoain episcopal fturrlv ho wired .support of the r.ancellcal campaign for 1,000,000 mem btrs by June, "Not In 150 year have e ever ex pi" if rcea so great a docre.au aa in .MS itd Dr. Blake. 'Ten times In :i history the Methodist Episcopal ri'tirth lias suffered a loss of members. N'e carefully the years. IMS. 1IJ9, tt' U63, H. 1SC1. 1S4T, 1614. 1710 tnl i "7 livery loss of members save est hs occurred durhiK the war, and err time the nation has been engaced I" war the church suffered a. decrease la ift membership, Durtnc the last and rrta'eat -ar In the world's history the ittu-ch suffered...

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

TraawawSi THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SA-hjRDAY, FEBRUARY . g, 1920. . i. OS DEM0CMT5 PICK mmsmm .Unofficial Stato Affair "Will Bo Held In: Albany on February 27. NO QUORUM AT MEETING Murphy Says' He Will Not Be in "Biff Four"Woman Dele gate' Urged. It really didn't matter In th slightest that fewer thin nfty of the 150 members of the Democratic ' State committee reached the meeting that had been called yesterday to name a time and place for an unofflclal Stato contention U recom mend delegate at largo for tho na tional convention and to formulate a platform. from belnc present simply meant that diaries r. iiurpny ot innim" and his inner circle In the State or Banlratlon had a little longer In- which to reach their decisions, When Av. Farley; chairman of the committee, sur veyed forty men. seven women and .00 empty chalra at 1 o'clock he announced he would appoint a committee to settle the details of the cbnvcmlon. In due time a properly' representative com' mltteo probably will be...

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

THE 0N AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1920, SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD X BUYING BECOMES MORE RESTRICTED eMBBaasaaMBaiBBaat les Liberality in ParcliaBcs EcKtilts From Foreign Ex change Slump. EXPECT PRIQE REACTION Accessions Disclosed in, list of "Wholesale Qnotations of Week. V't foreign eichance situation. U redly throafh its influence em "buying una Indirectly througti Its leniency to tigMen the- money market, has had a marked effect on trade durlnr; the list celc, accordlnr" to Dun' Jtctrtricv As a. if Kit oonservatlnn In purchases la more noticeable than In the recent past and i a pt, it is believed, to brine about more lrithy price condition. That price reaction must inevitably fc! ok. It la said. can hardly be doubted, arl more recession! in prices are dls tlescd in a comprehensive Mat of whole uie quota tlona for this weei the sec ond consecutive decline of that charac ter The -weekly nde Xumier en Feb rm'jr 1, however, had advanced to a new high le...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 February 1920

t 8 TJTilE NEW YORK HERALD, fOITXDKD I3'lt35. NEW TtMlK. HATlUtOAr. FCB. 7. ir " TUB Stne.HEftALO COBPOOATIO.V, w - Publisher, 20 BrMtway. Frank A. Moiwrr. PiUiU ' . iron Traromao, Mi'jrn"iiin -1 'pnttt. Ylee-pretleeat ad Tttmtr; It n 4imntin. . NrwiWTAND rat cks. ntir. Im rla at hit Itl lfw Te ily m4 rakrK n4 Ibr -t U- MII HWUri HT renin MtwwKJr, ir UML MAIL SUBSCRIPTION lUTfcS. featt et MIMUtlspl KIM DAY nlr. 0 .2.33 - rlflWIliV onlr. Iudl fl 60 3.M . ' . Far all point wrt of the MltriulBpl Hirer add 11 . rr fer dally r dally d niuijr eaiiMO. ronctoN hate. iaiT.i- a, srvnAY.-IIOl till! tS.ta daily onir Jf.eo ja" L-J SUNDAY Onlr -. KM 3.13 All tthetka, toasty ordttt. Ac. t b tnaa payable to Th ma iitniia. . . , , Catia EdUUa ihtill.liail P.rl vrr d la III Tr. PH Ik PirU rentlH.t. dally . paius office. AVEjftiK on L'OPBflA. , , Information tBfrol,adrerllilnt rtte Ut ta European Edition may be tlntd from in mat New Ti Awoditrd Free I eictutlyely tn f fiiixl la ih. uu for rtnublieatla...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, .FEBRUARY 7, 1920. ft"" 0 Miss Flora Payne Whitney Engaged to Son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlemagne Tower Mr. Roderick Tpjvor to )Vcd Dftiifflitcr of w. and Mra." IfaiTyfPnyno Vhltnby. Mlw Flora Payne. Whitney, daughter of Sir, and Mrs. Harry Tayno Whitney nnd one ot Mo beat known young- "omen of Bocloty in New York and Newport, will become the brldebt Mr. Roderick Tower or I'liiiadeipiua, pa. Annpurico- ment of their engagement was made yesterday by her parents. Mifa Whitney, who has Inherited the p l rone Individuality of her parents, was iHjrn In this city In 1897, Her mother brforo her marriage to ilr, Whitney was .Miss Oerlrudo Vanderbllt, daughter of Mm. VundcrblJt and Uie lata Mr. Cor nelius Vanderbllt. Mloa Whitney's, brother 1 4 Mr. Cornelius Vanderbllt Whitney, and hpr younger sister Is Miss Itarbarft Whitney, who now Is In her Kevontecnth year,, x Having passed most of her life at the country homes of her parents In Wcstbufy, I f , ) lit A...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 February 1920

't ft f r p -v a v ?K - 10 -T4- sOtf AWDWliW RK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, '1920., Tfccf, xectar Foreign Securities Private "Wires to FxlHdpal Cifles to Vigorous btosc. . CARSTAIRS ft'CO. MEMBERS .New York Stock ErcJjanjs PhlJadeiphia Siock'Eschanss New York Cotton Exchange . STOCKS and BONK 71 Broadway Suggestions for Investors may "be hrJ en raqUKt A. 6. Leach & Co., Inc. Inreitmrrit SecnrUtr. 2 Cednr .St., New Turk" Cttieura TitlailelpBia Hoston Buffalo 'Clerefaod pMwam MhaeetioUa MONTGOMERY t CO. DomU TrttfTTti Sli Ivore rbfladelphli New Yoric Chirac i PHILADELPHIA : NATIONAL ' BANK IN aH investment oiattert ajrs few! "Dfperttrcnt c this Cornjariy -Sen a Guaranty TWst Compjuiy of New Yorl: Til Ttnld-VM taf yitrm-"Vcor rlix ITr tou iHaiUnz Tuni -Gold tlonaa "oT , . I5I0EN CORKER muLU?.m. Collnl-ral TrtMt Agreemen' eat-ti Feb roarr 1. an. awurtiic; -flic Wort-aid bonds. iroraoaiit 40 Hectlim 2. crf Article in. of aid Aereement. .hereby eulla for tenders lor the (wis to It, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 February 1920

' ( (; ' 9 THE SUN AKD Nl3W VORIC HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUAKY 7, 1920. 11 r FRENCH TO OFFER I BONO ISSUE HERE ; rJniii for N'(lonwWo itlo, 6f InlrriiMls IJciiifr. Aitohbil ' by Hnnla'rs. i ! MAY HBIiiBVE $.Ya.nVXGK " 1 5srcui'i(ics l tic Hrtrkctca by Aprnts in K S. Will JIo 1,000 Frano ltoiuls. riatis ore Peine perfected tor a nation-' i distribution or French Inltrnal tonds In l'11 8't. 'a8 learn! srsmnuy follotflPtr Interviews whMi luK)ti 1 Neullltc, t representa tive hern ot the Itank ot France, unit a Kprrs'iitallve of Frcn1' alln- i.tr of Fronec, had lth leading Invest r,,nt Hanker?. Tha machinery of tUeh a larr tmdertaMnsr was dlscnsse.1 at the conferences and It appears certain that ff.,ri uill l.e made to sell thof-0 ind lo American Investors. Tho plan ti outrncil yesterday Is Mid to tncluuo n application to list tho MiMta on the Jftf- VOrK MOCK UXCinnsc ' The French representative are pre pared o H'r a small commission to the (ml-tutiotti which will act as arcades In nurketl...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 February 1920

'I. THE SUN AND NEW YORK' HERALD SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1920. 12 V.' K Americans Will Challenge for the Davis Lawn Cup Now in the Possession of Australian Tennis IF. r VI, r ft-;. NATIONAL SINGLES , GOES TO WBSTSIDE Opposition to. Forest Jlills filub Wlflidnws tit Annual Meeting. TO PLAY FOIt DAVIS OUP 5'- r. If . ..-fc 0u Association J)ccldes to Chal lenge for Trophy liiternn , tlonal Event for Women. waa Mies liotthkls. nskert that of ctrt similar to that of the Davis Cup be drawiTup, nnd that nome name other thnn ViaWitiMn Cup bo chosen for the, trophy. Tlio executive comnilt tee, however, prevailed upon Mr. Wlght num lo withdraw hr request w to a, change of name, and the prlto will w known as stated. Next In Importance uurlng the after noon seasjbn Of the .delegates wan the elimination of the challenge round (!. ntlnnnt ilnuhlM championship. Thero has been agitation In favor" tf that step for several years, cm the association for some reason,' or other never broujht the matter to...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 February 1920

ft Captain Adrian C. Anson Announces His Candidacy for Chairmanship of the National Commission POP ANSON SEEKS SIX WORLD'S TITLES THE SUN "AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1020, HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT , j Dy DANIEL. ' Cnntirlnht. 1920. bu The Butt-IIerald OomoratlOtU JEWTRAW GRASPS TITLE ON SKATES Lake Placid Expert "Wins the Northern Now York Ama teur Championship. leaders in International Golf Play FOR UNITED STATES i Veteran Tells OluV Owners Ho j tywM Liko to Ilavo.tlio Ohairmdnsliip. NOT A COKPEJt FOB RUTH Or Not So Much na a Straw : Hat, Frazco Puts It More 1 3Ionoy for Umpires. ny WILLIAM B. 1IANNA. Adrian C. Anson as a candidate for tho soon-to-be-vneant (maybe) chair manship ot tho National Commission Is tho newest variation of that vexatious baseball question. Anson has mado Imown Ills candidacy to bis lcaguo club owners, , Anson, as all old timers know, was ft commanding figure of baseball of thirty years ago. He helped establish the nat...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 February 1920

I? i M m If ir ADAMS EXPRESS CO. iSELlS 61 BROADWAY 82 Story Structure Is Taken Orcr by Syndicate of Prom inent Operators. S9.250.000 KKPORTED PAID Realty Activity Is Well Dis tributed Throughout Man hattan and Bronx. VI ,fe, RylWteg alltaaL a fire itory mw U iiecx. mxw, OwsrrsMp of tfc Atlajns " .! at ! through U J. Ornbrger. The m t? . tt RmilTir. iBioo.n ! 1 Trinity pUce. a iahty.two itorr ev- . t'rwturr. jus pvd frw i irrw awl Xhrr. The wrebaec rdc nl . . ,aJ Theb?lH,ncha.rto,,e; a- ra-j - f la 4 lf Tr fi IV IU(C 1WJ . Ll.l'V,' r a'oru, ridl"?"r .. of Exchange alley. JiTlas BUekner S to Z Eart Kith tt9 Ute Franda If. Klmbatl. arcbitecvi . ,lOTy .Mnmalt. renting ml liaa a facade of marftie arw w - f CJr4 brick, wKh coaijoraUTely IKtle linuuone trimming. u. r.vlln- rhn I nrrrid'St of the Adam BsSWing Ccxspasy. and "ho M the greater part of bli Interest la the timranr aome time llnce. Ww MJJ fcacJc a half latere!, the rnalnder pan- j tug to it, r,iwm anu Mr. Dowllng tuled that the ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 February 1920

THE SUN WD NEW YORjK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBEUABY,7, 1920, 15 i. ART R.IIXSL IMPORTANT UNRESTRICTED, SALES AT THE 10 be sou TODAY AT 3:00 P.M. nn second sns-siox or RELICS AND MEMORABILIA OF George Washington THE FIRST SESSION reMpsprd on Account of Traffic Csndl. Hoc. W-Ol Bo IltM MONDAY AFTERNOON AT 3 O'CLOCK. On Free Vie 9 A. M. to 6 P. M The Exceptionally Important Collection of Rare and Valuable JAPANESE COLOR PRINTS lOGCTUEB WITH A FEW PAINTINGS OF THE UK1YOE SCHOOL FORMED BT THE TUUELY KNOWN CONNOISSIXB Arthur Davison Ficke, Esq. imion of -otits ox Japanese KIMS." "TWTO.VE JAPaNESE tKlSTEBS" AND OTHER MOUKS -Ii it Ml m much Is axy that (be rI. Writin is allv b xuosl lmBMlut tlixt bat ever Iwu offcn-d at public sale In toe I nljed State. This It net only because of l: cm'er trrar.rce Hlcb eannet tall xci iruve impfuiMn-ai rainer ve na "t In r-neral tilr... imin and tno trt thit nor print has beert selected by a Urir " elt"TlinTriatlen. taste, kaesl ttrt and JaCE-rnent. rCEDEM CE...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 7 February 1920

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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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