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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

WCA1 HER FORECAST. - gjfMU . . A v If J Pair to-day arid to-morrow; modentt - II n Cl 'SilBIflftT'' l MM Tl j temperature; .gfetitle north winds. I 'SQKSBvdSE' V j j Highest temperature yestcrdsy, 38; lowest, 38 , J ifBjfiitf " WEATHER FORECAST. Pair to-day arid to-morrow; moderate temperature; .gentle north winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 38; lowest, a8 Detailed weather report will be found sa the editorial PA. A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preserves the best traditions of each. In combination they cover a wide field and make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. AND THE NEW YORK HE RALD NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920.-VM 98 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS j In (Ireater New Yark. EUe-bere 10 Cents. VOL. LXXXVU.-NO. 161-DAILY. WILSON RENEWS HIS OBJECTIONS TO LODGE PLAN Reservations "Would Chill Relationship With Other Nations," He. Writes. BACKS IIP HITCHCOCK Says Nobrask an's Jnterpre fation of the Articles Is Not Objectionable. TREATY UP TO...

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

THB SUN ANA NEW YORK tfERALP, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY KA, 920. it i f Si kit 1 1 m. v l I S 1 , t I Li 1 Hi 1 J 1 it S ! I i !. eomment offered by Jir P. X Thomas of 04f Blxtn ateaue, wfio appeared cheerful and happy, despite tho bandage that eonceakd. a discolored lfft eye. Bhe. like moatr of tha casseniers. had en tossed auout tM cruised in ma merciless pounding th Princess Anne sustained arter she etrock. Dr. aulas bursh offered to treat the bruised eye, but the tittle woman declined with thanks, "I'll be all right when I eet home," she added. Fasseuarers Kept Dry. Tho passengers had been ra well shel tered down In tho little hunting cabin of the launch that most of them came aboard the Patrol hardly wot With thorn they carried their hand baggage. Trunks nnd other impedimenta, how over, had to bo left Aboard the stranded steamship. Four trips in all were -made and four precious cargoes of human lives were safely transferred without a blunder, without the slightest mishap. On the last tr...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORIf HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY ft ?92Q, 4 3 LIST OF GERMAN CULPRITS MAKES 200 PAGE BOOK Name's . 890 Persons With Rank and Accusation Against l'liem. UP TO GERMANY NOW Action of Ambassadors Unani mous nnil Berlin's Turn Is Awaited. Vmn, Fob. 7. Tho' o'mclal list of tlioso Germans whose extradition Is demanded by tlio Allies was Issued to night by the Foreign Ofllco without comment. The text of the original covering note and of tho new noto re ferring to Baron von Lersner'a refusal to accept the list was not made public. A paper bound book, of moro than 100 pages contains tho names of .the S90 persons or groups, with their rank and the accusations ncalnst them., In many ewes whero names aro not known a general description of the duties of the accused Is given. Four pages are devoted to Field Mar shal von Hlndcnburg nnd Gen. Lu dendorff, the same accusations serving tor both of them. Tho unmodified list was to be handed to the German Foreign Offlco to-night by the" Tre...

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

V WISOHTODEFBIE MONROE DOCTRINE dor Requests Intcritreta- Before Joining League of Nations. Bf tht Attodatti Prett TViinwoxoN', Feb. 7. Latin Ameri can funtrlea which participated In the I Ml ... peocificonfereace and also those which Mv($4n Invited to Join the League of XlitMta are watchlmc the request of Sal- adoMthat the United States define the MonAft Doctrine so that they will know J tat ffjial ther are aerceinr to If they join lite leasee. TKa Stats D Bailment ha ocknowl- edjeAJJcelpt of the request from Juan S"ranH raredes, Minister or Forelen AffaJH of Salvador. It now remain wlthtfreeldent Wilson to draft a reply. Sfeaawhlle Latin American statesmen ere dicusslng the question and some of the uatln American countries are de layteKjoInlne tlie league until the defl Iiltioiw the Monroe Doctrine Is made. Tl rfence to' the Monroe Doc trlnovjs In Article 21 of the covenant of tpo VtzeMt of Nations. For the flrttltjme the text of the communica tion wfr the Halvadorean Oovernment l...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

THE SUN AND InMV Uxui ridKALL kUMA, l'h&JAUV 8, 1920. Temporary Store Hours: 9.30 A. M. to 6 P. M. James McCreery & Co. Permanent Hair Waoing Done, by, expert attendants Hair Dressing Dept. ? F V (ZVurcJ Moor) ' Little Folks' Barber Shop The place to have those unruly locks carefully trimmed. (Third Floor) if 1 r, 5th Avenue COMMENCING MONDAY 34th Street V The New Spring Trimmings Are Bright and Colorful Persian Embroidered Bands and Ornamental effects have just arrived, displaying gorgeous color combinations and fanciful designs. They will be much in vogue as embel lishment for Spring Gowns and Suits. yard, 1 .25 to 18.75 Beaded trimmings in glittering Black or lovely colors, designed to decorate one's Afternoon or Evening Gowns. yard, 1.25 to 8.75 Tassels and Girdles of Silk, Metal or Beads At Modest Prices. Advance Spring Modes Women's Suits A superb collection now graces our Suit Salon. Never were styles so attractive never were modes more varied. Gold or Silver or touch...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

4 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, UNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920, HAVALFRICTIOHIH MADRID IS RELATED WUlard Troalilo Started Over Beport V. 8. Planned Naval Base There. Btuitl Dftftuk li Tan lea in Vw Tcsx Hnnn. YTAitinroTox, Feb. 7. Mfftre ncej be fir sen Arabaaiador Joseph K. WillanJ KbA tho nary ffleera attached to the American Embaur staff In Madrid, that later isYOired many hljh offleUl, ln dodtor the PreIaent of the United Eta Its and the KIrvp of Spain, were re vealed to-day at the btarinj of Secretary Cf the Nary Daniel before the rub- eommlttee of the Beaata Vara! ACalraTand Ueotenant-Coamander Coaache, Ommiuiui bneatlntkur modal award. with tho knowiodf of jUnbaaaa&r WB lit troalla ta Spain was krooxht out lard, called en the editor of the tteva- by Senator Hale (Maine), chairman or paper, explaining each a thin nerer waa Ika 'rrrj-Tf! i""Mt. oner DO had broujht out the fact that Cart Denton C Decker, who bad been XaTal Attache In Madrid, bad refuted toaccept a nary croaa oSered ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

THE SUN ANb. NEW YORK jtlEHALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 10. CANADA TO INCREASE NEWSPRINT OUTPUT Will Hoot American Demand and Profit by Exchange Rate Conditions. TO DOUBLE SHIPMENTS Action Means Showdown 'With Government in Control for Local Supply. Bpteltl XKipalo fO'Tna 8cn and Nw Toik IlriiLD. Montreal, Feb. 7. Canadian news print manufacturers will Inpreaio their rapacity for output this year so as to meet the, exceptional American demand, and thereby take advantage of the favorable conditions arising out of the exchange. Price Brothers will Increase, the capacity or their mills rrom zoo tons dally to 500 tons, the Laurentlde kIU Increase from 210 tons to 450 tons, the Abltlbl will bo able to turn out 225 tons dally and the Spanish ftlver Com pany, now the largest producer, will ln create capacity from 100 tons up to 650 tons dally. It Is considered business nrospects warrant these companies going ahead with heavy capital outlay. Tim pres ent output of newsprint from the Abltllil mi...

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

4. 8 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. ' H '1 11 " 11 " I : yELEVEH MORE REDS SIN HIDING ARRESTED federal Agests Capture Ess j slan Anarelilrfa In Viclalty j of Bridgeport, Conn. JIURDER CAMPAIGN PLAN Prisoners Had Printing Press Which Was Grinding Out Inflammatory Papers. Aa a result of evidence obtained fttiroush the arrest Friday night of nine ifciembers of a newly organized and aecret band of Russian anarchist) agents lot the Department of Justice made ?leven more arrests yesterday, g All of the prisoners, the majority of whom were seised at biding places in ftho vicinity of Drtdgeport, Conn., will bo assembled here within Um nest forty flght hours nnd qiKstlnied regarding a vrtport to the effect that anarchist groups Slave planned to launch a freah cam rpalgn of assassination here during the omlnjr spring. Papers which the band nias been printing are said to advise Sheds of this city to "meet violence with S violence." which to the anarchist means limply th...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK ' HERALD; SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, WO. SAVED BY CONFESSION FROM ELECTRIC CHAIR Jankowtki Exonerated, by Slayer ef G ant her, gtckl Dttfatcl h Tun So Aire New Toik IlEIlLO. Ominino, Feb. 7.Lo JankowiH sentenced to death 'for the murder of Charles J. Gunther. it sward In iho tuber culosls hospital at Clinton Prison, has been exonerated of the crime In a. con fession made In the death house by Wal ter Levandowsk, It was announced at Bins 6lng prison to-day. Lovandowaky, looked on by the (State's prosecutor as merely one of two who knifed the guard In an effort t oeBcape, made his state ment to Father Cashln and his own at- die of Influcnto. The Cltntoa hospital guard was killed last April. Both men were tried for the crime an dfound srutlfTV Physicians found them tubercular when they ttrat were sent to Clinton and so they nave been receiving treatment since they came here. Leyandowsky, under the Impression that Influenza was about to cause his death, and la behalf of Ja...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

I 10 44 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, &JNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920, MOYING TO CURB RENT PROFITEERS Committee of Labor Men to Coll on Mayor llylan to Take Action. Unlets the city or SUto Uks Im mediate action to curb the rapacity of rent profiteers of New York city one million workmen In the city will take th bit In their teeth and try to attain liy a general strike what less strenuous methods have -failed to accomplish, ac cording to Edward I. -Hannah, president of the Central Federated Union. Of the few other labor leaders who could bs reached last night the majority believed a resort to ft strike would not be neces sary. A committee of labor representatives will call upon Mayor llylan Tuesday or Wednesday to request that Immediate action be taken looking- to the reduction of rent throughout the city and punish, ment of rent profiteers. The commlttw, headed by Mr. Hannah, will havo as Its members Ernest Dohm, corresponding: secretary of the Centrul Federated Unlonj Matthew McConvIll...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

T THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. 12 LONGER TIME ASKED BY DEBTOR MONS Want Limit Taken Off of Period in' "Which to Pay Defaulted Interest Dttftiti i TBI SC 'SW Tosx llniin. TVAimectox, Feh. 7. Information j,u racheJvthe Hoae Wars aad Mean Cwnmltlte, now censtdericp the ques tion of f uridine the Interest on the war lam of the United SUtta to the AMea, that these debtor nation are Informally tirelnr the Treasury to recommend to t onsros the rebate or all Interest until the forelcn financial situation become to Improved that payments can be met a they o come doe. nil proposal U belnr put forth in lUce of the plan to which the Treasury Tvnaruntnt ha already asreed. that of fundtec this interest for periods of one to three year. Such surestions ara xoeetmr with little fgvor la the House committee, the view U'nt tht this would only delay the re turn ef normal condition In Europe fccacs it would cause the nation to rtly further on this country Instead of cruise down...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

12 ' THE SUN AND NUivV lUKil Hi!;KaLD, SUiNDAy, i?jaDKUAiU ft 1920. , . '-" - I ! I I I. I.-,. 1 m ,. .1 .1 I -II.N .. I- I and THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED 1S33-1UJ. NEW TOMC. SUNDAY, FED. 8. H20. TUB SUN-HKRALD CORPORATION, Publisher. 280 Broadway. Frank A. Uunsey, Fretldent. Ervln Wardman, Vice-president; Wm. T. Pen art, Vice-president nd Treaaurer; It. It. Titherlngton. Secretary. .NEWSSTAND miCES. Dally, tiro rent a ropy In New York elly and soborbe and three rents lee herej Sunday, At cental cUcwbere, tan rents. HAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. East of UUtlulppl lllvert One Bit One IJy Mall. PostnaM. Year. Mentha. Month. DAILY & SUNDAY.. $11.00 $0.00 $1.00 DAILY onljr- . 0.00 4.80 .80 SUNDAY only. 4.00 3.JS .40 Bl'NDAY only, Canada 0 00 8.23 .05 ror all point mil or tho Mississippi Illvtr add $1 a year ror dally or dally and nunqay eaiuons. FOREIGN RATES. DAILY & SUNDAY.. 3M0 $11.10 11.10 DAILY only. 18.00 P.00 1.00 SUNDAY only. 0.T0 0.12 .88 All cheeks, manty orders. Ac, to b...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

WrJs3m: .1 THE SUN AND JEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. 13 MIS$ THOMPSON MARRIED TO MR. R. F. BABCOCK Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lewis 8. Thompson Be comes a Bride Mln Elliabcih Steenrod Thompson, a daughter or 31 r. and Mrs. Lewi a Thompson of thl city and Rrookdale Karma. Red Bank, N. X. vu marrltd to Mr. Richard F. Babcock, a aon of the lite Henry D, Babcock, yesterday after noon In the Centennial Chanel of fit. Gconjo's Church, Stuyresant Square. The ceremony waa performed by the Rev, Dr. Ernest il. Stlres, rector of 8t Thomas's Church. Owing to the condi tions of travel tho Rev. 8. p. Swcsoy of Old Shrewsbury Church, Shrewsbury, N. J., waa unable to participate In 1L The ceremony was witnessed by a email gathering of relatives and close, friends of the tiro families. Decorations, of the chancel and nltor consisted ot bay treco, phlox, aprle and cherry blossoms. The bride, who was given away by her father, hod Miss Oeraldlne Thomp son, her sister, ns maid of honor. The b...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

14 THE SUN AND NEW yORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. PARTS OF THE WORLD SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL 14 OF 25 1 SHOWN BY EVEN NUMBERS; WWJ&UW WliUmUM; QJXC1&W jLjfuiBURflH Vs. LM fwPt ' 1 , i i , StEAHSHIPS BOUND 'EAST V ld$ST. xJ&SSH A T .'t'-f 1 SHOWN BY 000 HUMBEA8 " 7 749? TSj" ,'l ' I n. I ' -V C& & ISMfiSjP ' 'ilv i BERM1 DA 5JMADEIBA( FEm ' SjSfel kLB X D E I F G H J K L M N O P C Q ' I R pN; -WjUL SO .M?fy Tlio Haurotania Leaves This Tort After Long Delay in Coqling. Twenty-flve passenger and mall carry ing steamohlps are shown on the chart to-day, eleven bound west for the port of New York nnd fourteen bound for European ports. hlef nmonsr the east bound fleet Is the slant Cu'narder Maurctanla (J-9), which was held here four flays because of the frcereui that so seriously afTected the cdal terminals that It took her three days do till her .bunkers. , She Is carrying to Cherbourg and BoutHnmpton an unusually larpu num ber of passengers and a large quantity...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YQRK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY B, 1920. 15 SHIPPING MS. 7 Contlnutd from Fourteenth Page. PASSED CITY I8LAND. 8:U Round Sooth. Tar. atanaari. othh "AV ?!X iu, Ronton, towtuit 5 at o!K .atn i ihV ce: Terrier. Ilht t.l0!t5 AM); b'-tff A Keeler. light lit USJ AM) t Hontybrook, towtnc 8 barees (la fitt la w Bound East Itr Delaware. New Tort tor Boston (it 8:10 S'r Hf'o'nte, llfht (t 10 AMI, retaralBe; 1$ at 10:11 AM. CLEARED. ftr Anrlo-WcrMlsa (Br). 8pltt, fclTerpool rtjird Stenrnfiilp Co. , iS .isranac (Br), Paisley, Londoo-0 A snnmra i . , , .. . a ' 35S ?rflrronell (Br), Charters, Hull Basdtraoa '(Krakow, Flnckea, Parutr-rolUh-Amert- mi Nailcatlfln On. i'i CsWonler (IWI. I-nnwereirn, Antwerp tArnatloual Heroeuljle JIarlue Oo. r Ntsjtsra itrl. Blancharrt. Bordeat)X-Conv ii'iule tlroerale Tranaetlaqtlque. Vlr Tlpcs'ona Count, Kerr, Bordeaux-Cos- ci'clltin Shipping Co, Sir oiT?rfiC (Sp), Oaray. Harre-Kerr t!tfrK?iaora (Sp), Olneroan. SHntaafler ana ti'lrao tI Norfolk-flrU...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

Iffil HA I THE SUN AND NEW -YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1920. si Koch Prices Make Pewnfewn Shopping an Extravagance! Bedroom Suites Are the feature, this week, in He U February Funiitgire $450 Bcdr ora Suite, 4 pieces $275 Bedroom Suite, 4 pieces $200 Bedroom Suite, 3 pieces 375.00 200.00 150.00 $250 Bedroom Suite, 4 Pieces, $200.00 rF fine American walnut, full size bed, large roomy dresser with 24x28 mirror; chifibrobe has sliding shirt trays and two deep drawers. Dressing table with triplicate mirror. Dining Room Suites $750 Suite, 10 pieces.... 640.00 $400 Suite, 10 pieces.... 300.00 $300 Suite, 10 pieces.... 200.00 Living Room Suites $450 Suite, 3 pieces.... 400.00 $400 Suite, 3 p'ees.... 297.00 $300 Suite, 3 pieces.... 239.00 Because they mere purchased some time ago, in ' anticipation of this February Sale, these Seamless Axminster Rugs ARE OFFERED SPECIAL 9x12 rose, At Last Year's Prices designs; Persian and Chinese blue, tan and green. In ether stores $110.00. Koch.prj...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

1 THE SUN AftD NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY S, .1920. 1? POLES TO wgotUte ' WITH RUSSIAN REDS Patch Telle Diet He CMBtte on AUt-gtr Suppert. . ' I TSMmw.'THh. (delayer). reace overtures by the Bovlet Government of Russia, will bo considered by the Polish Government, according to a despatch cnt to-day, to M. Tchltchtrin, Bolshevik Foreign Minister, by SUntsJaua Ptk, Foltah Minister of Foreljra . Affairs, M. Patek's reply follows; "The Polish Government adtnowl idtes the receipt of DA wireless decla ration ot the Government of the nuwlan Soviet Republic dated January it, IttOi That declaration will ba considered and the answer will be communicated to Vis Russian Soviet povrnmntM Before sendlnr the moaa M. Psttlt Informed the Foreign Attain Commit tee of the Diet that he would send s. wlre'.ets moajag-e to Moscow acknowl eiiftntr receipt of the' latest Bolshevik offer to ncfrotlttA and telllnr tho6ovtet Government that the offer would be an swered after It had been considered by t...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

T&E SUN AND NEW YORK HERAU0, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 81920. Ml ANNIVERSARY j ixty-Two Years of S e rvice i o 3? IL IIIJIIIMIIIIg mmmm am. m Bleached Muslin Sheets, Pillow Cases, and Sheetings Bleached muslin sheets, hemmed ends, team leu. Sizes before hemmhf : 1200, 7290 inches. $1.94 each 1000, 81x90 inches. 1.98 each Bleached muilin pillow cases. Sizes before hemming: 1200, 45x36 inches. 39c each 2500 yards bleached muslin sheetings. 72 inches wide. Bleached, 84c yd. sjSTjfZ JUrmrot, UOt tUfl. Br. White Satin and Faille Ribbons, 69c yard A heavy, lustrous assortment of ribbons in all the most desirable colors, such as Copenhagen, seal, brown, beige, Delft blue, navy, cardinal, china, duck, peacock, poppy, cerise, black and many others. All perfect. 6 to 7 inches wide. Ml nr. Bfr, Sith llrwt. Sport Silks For Summer Skirts , Special $5.49 yard This favorite weave is made of lustrous, arti ficial silk, with a krinkle surface; in plain or two toned colors; white, flesh, turquoise, green,...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

I. SECTION 2, Tikii TWELVE PAGES fjJv I NEW YORK. SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 8. 1920. coPVn0ht, a-.o. t the suucraia emotion. LLOYD GEORGE SAINT MORITZ SETS " G Ted n Great Crod8 m Beriin MMOUT 0 MR SPORT yjj Probably Will Tell His Posi tion on Former Kaiser and New Germany. fdfif (able Detpatch to Tun St'N ku Suw Yok HZCILD. Copyright, VSJ, all rlghtt retertel. Lon-don, Feb. 7. With the definite ssurance that the peace conference will meet In London next -week U be romes probable that Premier Lloyd George will assume the same com manding position as that which Presi dent Wilson occupied moro than a year e;o In Paris. This depends. In fact, solely on the maintenance of his par liamentary support Realization of this leads to a deter mination on his part, announced to night, 'o make important addresses covering all European affairs Immedi ately following the speech from the throne on Thursday's reopening W Parliament. There muy be a test of the Government on this as labor Is preparing to challe...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 8 February 1920

" T NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, pBRUAItY 8, jaL. S wamro ' r .n.Tf inmrnniMl I KEOOKLTX ABVnmnCJOnfra. MOUHMia ZZZ WAX, STRONGEST ON (HeMayBeaKfag POLICE FORGE, QUITS j Patrolman Whitman Retires With Great Bccord of 25 Years Service Here. WEARS 7 BRONZE STABS Remarkable Feats Include , Moving Loaded Freight Cur I, Will Draw Pension. The Flr.ut" haa loit lu Fimw 1U Ureter and Athtllta merged In & alnjle personality almoat Homeric AJex" Whitman, for a quarter of a ecaUuT octal aa the itr&c.ent man on Uio force, mired to prlrate life at mid night Tbttnday on a penaion of IHO a year, lit U SS rear old. and for nearly twentr-eix TrJ "f th b,a- "e risked hi life acorea of time In haltlns runaway UtmtM. Acta of etlf crint white in the Performance of extra ftazardooi duty net him to the hwpltal more than once. Upon the (Iwe of hU blue coat he U entitled to wear rrn brocu tar, the honor badze of official cosunendatJon. Some day aoroe twentieth century Homer may attune a modem lyre and a...

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