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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 February 1920

WEATHER FORECAST. Generally fair to-day and probably to morrow; moderate northwest winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 35; lowest. a6 DtUlltd wetthtr raporu will bt found on th tutorial Pg. 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 HERALD VOL LXXXVII. NO. HOO VER NO ASPIRANT FOR PRESIDENCY; HAS NOPARTYALLEGIANCE In Konnal Statement Says Is Not and Has Never iJooii a Candidate. II VS NO ORGANIZATION Muses to Pledge His Vote Blindfold; Issues Must He Stated Plainly. I'ltOl'D OF AMERICANISM Dcelnivs for league of Nations if It Goes Over Into the Election. JWhort Hoover Issued Inst night a MiipmPiit defining his attitude towrd t.v resiliency. Ho announced tha ho H n.it n iiindlilato for the nomination ami Mint no one Is authorized to speak r him politically. If tho League of Nations Is made an Issue In tho elec tion ...

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. — 9 February 1920

' atret to Waihlniton Arch," CommU loner Mw8ly announced. "Tha orfier will bo In effect from 7 In tha mornlnir until 4 In the afternoon. My Idea la to get one avenue free o that trucks may proceed up and down th Uland un hindered. Then wo will clear up other avenuee I-exlnirton nnd Broadway, prob ably. I'ractlcally nothing has been done on tho rallroud crosslown ntreeta--thnt It. Fourteenth. Twentythird, Thirty fourth, J'orty-Beeond and no forth oy the street car companies, which are un der contract to keep them clear." In a statement Isnued after his Inspec tion tour Mayor Hylan made no mention of the order he Inter Issued, without publicity, to tho police. Tills statement was as follows i win. Hir.nt rieanlnc Commissioner Arnold I). MacStay I mado an Inspection of many streets of tho city to-day and found that a creat deal has been accom plished by way of cleaning up Important thoroughfares In the last twenty-four hours. The street cleaning forces ftro to be commended. Mnny of the...

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. — 9 February 1920

THE' SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1920. 3U COERCIWUr rOLES TO ( tit in YTiTirmiT rrnm FRANCE TO RESTRICT ALIENS FOR 18 YEARS Tourists Affected by New Realty and Travel Bills. PAnis, Fob. 8, A bill Introduced in tho Chamber of Deputies by the Gov- eminent would prohibit foreigners frotp acquiring or leasing houses and real es tate In any department on the frontiers for a period of eighteen years without authorization by the Minister ot the In terior, Another bill presented, dealing with foreigners residing In Franco perma nently or temporarily, would give to them freedom of access, no passport bolng- demanded nt the frontier, This bill stipulates control or foreigners would bo exorcised, In tha case ot travellers or tourist, by obligatory declaration ot Identity and nationality at a hotel or other placo of resldenco, or, In tho case of those remaining permanently, by the obtaining ot a card of Identity. Foreigner!) desiring to carry on com merce or Industry! not Inclu...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 February 1920

pTr4 4$ THE SUN AMD KbW YuitK.' BjiiKajJ), Jttujwmix, I'touAity 9, 1920. ' MMYiiriiiriiiiniM National Suffrage Convention in Chicago "1 PRETTY DANCE EEL '.PLAYING CARDS FOR I Le.der.c ML. - . ii DREICER&C0 Precious' Slones GIRLS RED AGENTS MONEY H0T1LLEUAL Mini rar; Breevamy, We SU Dependable Merchandise at Prices Cower Than Any Other Store,but for Cash Only Seek to ConTorft Youths Thoy Also Shooting Crop for lucro i Meet There, According to Is Not Disorderly Conduct, Courts Unlo. " Kansas Police Chief. jrTS "V 1 15! 1 f 65 fl.i I ut s(r 85 HtlSOXEHS DISCHARGED Chief 3rngIstrato McAdoo Says Police Act Improperly in Their flftlds. Amonit the mlncrcnnts huddled In the iU pen of the Tombs Court, yesterday vn Somewhere near ' ill a crosseyod hecro. Somqwhero near the Jefferson Market Court a truck horse it'W m. urf hiiwt hne In tlio snow. And U I' V iMJ "I"" WW- f ftj It was reported' that Sapphb, tho fellfio '. ? -i .t.h.r h 'icht Court, had been 5' j'rni catcner 01 mo .nb' ......,...

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. — 9 February 1920

7 HV-"-' ' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1920. SOCIALISTS SAY BRITISH BACKED THE LW RAIDS Ousted Assemblymen Will Contend London Got Trade Secrets. JIACED FOR SOVIET GOLD Hillquit Will Bo Back When Albany Trials Are Resumed To-morrow. Bptctal Dtipattl to Tne Son asp Nw Tor tlKIULD. Aidant. Feb. 8. Counsel for tho five Socialist Assemblymen on trial for dis loyalty perfected to-day their Jlno of defence to bo presented this week, Besides trying: to answer or disprove the State's allegations tho Socialists will assail the credibility of the Lusk Investigation Committee and much of tho evidence from that source. New sensations are promised. Mor ris Hillquit Is expected back to-morrow at tho head of tho Socialists' counsel table. Ho has been in close touch with Seymour Stedman, in charpo for the last two weeks, and will develop tho new lines of evidence. Demanding as much latitude as the State was allowed, the defonce's law yers said they did not know whether they wou...

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

iiiW'g:t'VW'i','Ll(''1'''1 THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1920. i . . Ti.ii.itA. lAimnir nnn imn n iiiniii;i a en niiu iuw iPU WJKS? t" entrenched at Vladivostok. corrylug out Mr. Habrell s rcc0" ivn i . . .ii. mumi in nnac i mcnuuiiuu win uu 111 Kuumb rHE NEW YORK HERALD. CScnt tho pcoples'of Central' Asia enn sort ot wen for tlio posts. If they nro FOUND I! D JULIUS. NEW YORK, MONDAY. FER 0. i0' bo brought under the influence of Bol- to bo found and their appointment shovlsro. Thoro can bo no question, mado possible tho Innovation of llvo however, that many of tho numerous stock attachCs Is worth trying out. tribes that go to mako up that popu- . latlon nro always ready for o. fight AmMcan Farmer Con Set Eu and are not ot all particular concern- ropo Vp ta Bu,ness Again. Ing the flag under which tncy uo lueir Vandksup lilts tho nail on 0f tho other bcx u real Instead of a newsstand trices. Hunting, unco cnnsicu uuuvi i . i,.nii whitn lm ravb that If Kuropo 1 the...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1920, ...... . - PALM BEACH LIKE AN EASTER PARADE 3fny Strihinff Costumes Worn on (lie Sands by Women From Northern Cities. SABLES AND V Alt A SOLS Trimminjis in Wide Variety Mrs. Irving' 1L Clinso Among the Arrivals. Itreltl Vnpttrl to Tux Scs ixs Nitt Tots lira mi. Taim Beach, Fla., ril. I. The balh 1' j beach UiU morning was as gay tsrtr-rially as Fifth avenue In New York on an Easter morning, and the crowJ Mas so largo that an "S. R. 0." sign noulfi hare been quite In order. One of the smartest costumes was that of Mr, WMlam Lowe Bice of New Tirk. She wore a one piece frock of white silk Jersey, straight and simple, cf silhouette banded at the bottom with a twelve Inch border of wool embroidery In circle designs and another band of ihe same design of embroidery six in-hes below the waist line. The long, t ves had a fringe of wool running from the elbow to the wrist. She wore s'fo a picture hat of black chiffon with a band of jet a...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 February 1920

THE SUN AND' NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1920 8 Ml JAIL UN L'OB Hint from, Tli kltire ihet it crln fob! IllC inf par coc arc Sea 3 3 J 1 i r i . 4 M By Products Cote Du Pont Chemical Pfd. Goodyear Tire & Rubber 7 Pfd. Hodgman Rubber 8 Pfd. Empire Steel & Iron Pfd. T&tmiJIe Iron Works 8 Pfd. -Manhattan Electrical Supply Co. ' Asier. Light & Tractfep Northern States Power GilleUe Stock & Rights Mexican Eagle East Coast Fisheries ... i ' I FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT International Credit Situation Forces .Drastic Security liquidation. ECHOPE NOW AROUSED Oil'Fields of Venezuela and Colombia i Willi MAP ' At Jot Cicda A. 1. ' Geo. A. Huhn & Sons j Memben , New Yk Stock Eitiungt ( PhSadck&a Stock ExrJurtjt , Chicago Stock Eichiftj ' New York Cotton Exdnart 111 BroacViy New York KIS Wtfeut St Investment Suggestions Ask for Out Bccld GLIDDEN, DAVIDGE & CO. itemttn N.Y. Stock Exthanii 20 Broad Street New York Investment Problems May be salted more easi...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1920, ' " ' ' - 1 1 Mpmw m piiiii . . , MONEY AND EXCHANOE. call MONisr von week. Mixed Collxtersi. I All Industrials. Odcii II Own Thwsdsy Frldar .. Kim tn Tnaadaf , 1.W WfrduMdar Tharaday f LJJ Yldar f Oaturdar ' 1.M l.oa 1.01 l.M 1.CS 1.W IjU 1.01 1.07 J.M m, i.w a-nvi 114J4 Bsturday .... 1131 PABIB, r Demand nih. tow. 13.11 11M iiilh a High Low 10 tow I Last 10 Last WE take, pleasure in announcing that Mr. Edgar Biggins has tins day become asso ciated with us as manager of the bond department of our New York office. Laat. .7 ll.tl 11.15 II.TT 11.47 14.47 Mondar Tuesday Wednesday Thursday rrlday Saturday , Monday ,,,,, Tu:rdar ...-,,, Wednesday ..... Thursday j Krldar Saturdar STOCK EXCHANGE SALES. Now York Stock Exdianco wook ended reb- 14.10 .,,14.N 11.71 14.44 , 1.47 11.(2 1J.01 14.17 1I.U 1UI Yeart mm XJiYears high Yeir's 'lor!t""!" Vr low TIM Is J-UANM FOJI WF.KK. ruarr it w. 1D39. Monday . 4M.S1 Mixed Collateral, Mxty. 1J Nin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 February 1920

10 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1920. FOREIGNERS SEEK AMERICAN WARES Bayers In Numerous Countries State Their Wants to Com merce Department. fmtMlzm far ttrtwlrrrle, raspberries aad Sp Booca Oil . .. 14 Uniltr froite. M Doitoa Mexico. .. 24 27i. A first U .Vwway desire la twiste (iW dottoa WrooUag. 14 atieabr.a (1)4 blryelet itxtr itwuertii, ' lr ftsiot Oil. ...... a electrical aKuratoa aad taMillet. rabbet. nW i 1C0 Burkoett Via CI. 24 rr spuds, agricaiterai mprmtau ui ? rancwiD Erod. ...... n Met. Imu. melon, oaunTielet a ccr-1 4 crib Trodl 207. A nwn'l atuxittlea is rialatd dVtlm t pcfrats rax plt t machinery aad tWaal for pantKlng roodeated mil. I a vcrtlar cartel it of I tCO r 3.0(0 Ultra o bow: alto cwanlefe cold titrarr machinery i tad p'.alit fr Ifcmr rold nrxaa. The roollcg i (area of each tMU It tt l.X) tqsar I j fatten acl the tlg of tie rfeanbrra 2LT fUe) timed be alxrat 23U,tU) calories to twvr. . Zt'i. A member of aa American firm' hit recently retu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 February 1920

' TH& S'J4 AxNJL ny iOKICxJmvAU, "lao.xix, xjouauixiU 9, ItosO. H- 11 .. . . ,x "' 1 I ,, , i i , , .,, i $15,000,000 ' - ' (Total Jmuc) GENERAL ELECTRIC COMPANY TWENTY-YEAR 6 GOLD DEBENTURE BONDS Dated February 1, 1920 - Due February 1, 1940 Interest payable February 1 and August 1 in New. York Coupon Bonda in denominations or $100, $500 and $1000. Fully regMered Bonds tn denominations of $1,000, $5,000 and $10,000. Coupon and registered f bonds In the several denominations interchangeable. Redeemable on any interest day as a whole or in part at the option of the Company at 105 and accrued interest. We are receiving subscriptions subject to allotment for the above debentw , bonds at 94 and interest, to yield about G4. i - Svtscription books will be opened at the offices of the undersigned at 10 o'clock A. M., February 9, 1920, and will be closed in their discretion. The right is reserved to reject any and all applications and also in any event to award a smaller amount than app...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 February 1920

THE SDN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, m. 12 SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD j GALAXY OP STARS TO lAimnmn -or n rrtTiTiiT 2thlef From All Parts of; Country Coming Here tor ', Jlillros Meet. tit xsscil zzs "'- VIca A. i . 2U wlitfc i.:.n li -44 yt a ti Js4w Ojtau!. irtB t n4 te ,' 31Ca Sszrr (Uk4 u-rrtr.! rJf&i. Tit Wxaiawt- rsssxtos W vsCt a rsyrtmt ill fe , AeJssTetxvrsJ. 1 faiztes frra v lie alrare sl ; r--x-a it Is tltfvir fw.tfKJt e!us. tiai ti t H. O. j will bt Jwrc fct ti tiooTf r j.mXlMt CXrfVKltaB i'MTJC UXS ISJl I Jaa 7tt tcs :uata4f Jot r " vt EiJrt. Et7 ot CbK4 Eu'jta wflB te rir!Att-t4. To kWs ti t 'taisTK I weB lit to1?, tor fa JTXCtiraCr ervtrr tixr wfll r t. ,fcXnotailte a4 auioeal t-A3Cer-x. . Tb :t-t lo wbtra lb zj-AUn ir,- ' Ur-n will b etrtntt U Ourfe I'vJ-V-ci: , - frwp ! IfOt l;. ii Is tstTtl " w fara i ittrrA tye;4l 7,40 tj Jm ia March. T-fcatr ba itf ifet :t- la tft ir.l'-T-x j mmt in Ftot Jan teaebtr. iVSt K TttvtK cm.? . '.tt t a jrre...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 February 1920

THE SUN. AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FpiSRUAEY 9, 1920, Americas Skating Star, Bobby McLean, Defeated for World's Champidnship by Oscar Malhiesop of Christiania f LEAN DETHRONED BASEBALL MEN ARE BOUND FOR CHICAGO Schedules, Commission Tangle, Deals and Other Matters to Bo Considered. D.I. BRADLEY HIGH AT TRAPS WITH 94 Annexes Scratch Trizo in Con test of Now York A. 0. Shooters. HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT , v Br DANIEL. GopurloM, 120, ty The tiutIIenld Corporation. SPIRITED RALLIES IN 'MET' HANDBALL James D.unn Kit in tho' Eyes, but Plays on to "Win Dcsplto Injury. Coaching at Harvard for Millrose Games AS SKATING KING loses His Crown atfoiiristlanla to Oscar Mathieson of Norway. -YANKEE WINS 1, LOSES 3 Norwegian Trhimphs in Kaccs Decided Over 1,500 nnd 10, 000 Meter Courses. Chmstjania, Kcb. 8. Oscar Mathlesen of Chrlstlan'a has wnn the world's Ico kattpc chnmplonshp from Robert Mc lean of Chicago. The final races of the Mrles were held to-day and Mathlcsen ca...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 February 1920

THE SUN A2D NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1920. 4444- T BVOXtSS jrXAOO TO MX bcmnbss rum to ux LAYS EXCHANGE RISE JtfPLMG BRAKES TO S Wot TweKlT-eirhti KTMt tor Uw btkxem places to ucr. Treea Cattery 6f! Ixludtr. LABOR TO FIGHT AIL FOES IN PRIMARIES PALMER GOES AFTER PINCHOT IN OIL CASE ft Twtx3y-eigith Street Cesrjasrj Traas Battery ta JCih Si, Imetxxtrt. TYtm Battery two lefts aad ilart. J. a. hisic ar chitect, eetfajue the exact at X3JX. TO LACK OF LOANS! MATERIALS MARKET Cells Southern Pacific Cerp- BBOOKLTX TBAXSACTIOSS. MUNSOH STEAMSHIP LIKE To Lease-Office Space Southwest corner of WALL BUILDING "Cowardly.1 Charles A. Woi asil tar the Leary 'estate through J. It. Thcspsea III t rri piattcs; t. and ts u i&i Prospect . Tr3jcr. refc. ivKcscsx titl GoTernor of Bank of France MaflBfacturers Advis? Against yfgorom Warfare1 Declared ljt plane. EwwMya, fire tfcre srtery spart- mot tie guTtrxsoexr' &sxj to 2&g ineats. 117lxl47.1lii.l. P. O. Asraeo aoJd for P. JZ Vrn...

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

foreclosure BAXita. supreme court, County of NrTork. HENRY PARSONS. Plaintiff, agalnet Kdeiiaran company, inc.," in" elhr. Defendant,. in purauanca of a Judgment of fore, cloaure nd aale, duly mads and entered in the bov-entltled aotlon and bearing date the Jth day of January, Mao, I, the undefined, the Referee In aald judgment rimed, will eell at publlo auction, at the Kcline Saleroom, Noe. H.l Veiey 8t., In the Uorouch of Manhattan, City of New YorH. f n,h Jr .of February, 1110, ,1 11 o'clock noon on that day, by Joieph I Day, Auctioneer, the premlaea dlreoted by cald Judgment to be aold, and therein ascribed followai 111 thoae two certain Iota, plecea or par rel, of land, with the bulldlnca thereon. ,recled, bHUHto lying and. belnB In the Borough nl Manhattan In the city and Slate of New York, and which taken to. rellitr re bounded and deucrlbed aa fol lo, Oiul It to ,ayt Beginning at a point on the aautherly id, ot Kith Street, dlitant Hi feet liuhes westerly from the aouthweaUr...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 9 February 1920

BrtmiwV i "Kbstk fit-. I -r' KlIDID I Stare Com at 6:00 o'Oock UORll TTra -r Sal? '-WSMm DRIFTS 3 ?AP?1. FLU EP1D1 PERSONALS. ----- KI WEEKS AROUND BAYr" END, SAYS COPELAHD, 01 UWST nOKR JCI7IC WOTlfBUiwii" THE JOHN WANAMAKER STORE 5r T 'JUWH J?, Jt 'tlr lir T iJitu jD5""f ' "f"?! r ' 1f.Ll fra - - . MUM'! IT! J ' LOST AND FOUND. Tamc r,,aHt After x iwrf'w Ch. Iseladia:: Tfea of Twelfth Cirroit and No a. i? i, - PaeaHsaui. Fewest mb ' . .11 cna&eatStni i Vtr B- ?Vxt ' Tarrnarr !t 1 Help Appears, ta c ji-so jaBBar? v ! . ' Lam c tow is is i i-1 , PATBOL BREAK ICE STl1 JsCBY SMOKIXG HALTED j , in m lu hex Bteca.r to flKtf- Te.! FImIIj Slrfe Ft to :tiTKiHMk CoUlo-er. Hit by I?l-Skippr. Wife -Ed Crew BojIi for Mel. HzbsK Work ea Despite His 0ra Admonition. wvrr w feU cut nr -OQi irrtc iraicr . i mutii JLI wTv, -jut JSnrr rf --tn rJ54 ar 7 , i yrmia JtCTtoCT, - ... rt(Ul p .tt .ijbk ri- 1 u - JJK-JJW 1 . . . 1 .... .iv ia IWUT ." r-ti5 - tVi-i it. t .- J ll w5 Ur r u Tit me ?t Atj V ...

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

r W WEATHER FORECAST. 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. Snow tp-day with rising temperature? to-morrow cloudy; fresh south winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 35; lowest, 33. Dttallid wsstbar re'porta will ba found on lb editorial AND THE NEW YORK HE RALD PRICE TWO CENTS , TRER cents IN NEW YORICCITY AND HDHUHBS. 1 ON TRAINS AND KtaHWHKnB. VOL. LXXXVII. NO. -163 DAILY. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10; 1920.-&?VJr 2& t,cg' h. ALLIES' ORDERS BRING GERMANY NEAR TO RUSSIA Demand for Surrender of Culprits Is Strengthen ing Pro-Russian Aims. CIVIL WAR POSSIBLE If Toies Fight, Europe Must , Pighl; if Thoy Make Peace Europe Must Follow. TWO POLICIES TO CHOOSE Pro-Entente or Pro-Russia, and Either Will Alter Ver sailles Treaty. lly HAYMOND SWING. Htff Correspondent of Tub Si'.t ind Niw York Herald CmrtlM- H0. f Tn Sex asp New...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

Othtra who, backed up this view by Perthes wm Representees, Qulnn (AlaJ, Crisp (Oiu). Davey .(Ohio), Qrlffln (N. T.). Fields Ky.) and Cutsr (Okls.) The President's letter was ed to the caucus by Dr. Caldwell, to wnom n copy was-eent by Secretary Baker. It fol low! "J'Hm told that a caucus of the Demo cfauc members of the House of Repre sentatives has been called to consider pendlne military legislation, and the. augpiMlon lias been made that a resolu tion' be adopted committing the Demo cratic membership of the House ngntnst tha.-pollcy of general military training, In ho present circumstance It would Hum in itim nnfariiinata tn make a D&rty Issue upon this uWect, ptrtloularly J finch, within a few months the party will assemble In convention and declare the principles uoon which It deems It wise to commit Itself In a national election. Wilson Advlitrd Wnltlnff. "The present disturbed stato of tho world does not permit such surcness with regard to America's obligations as to all...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1920. v MOTHER IN BED 2 NIGHTS WITH CHILD SHE KILLS I letter to Brondwny Firm Bares One Tragedy and Prevents Another In Hotel. VICTIM POSED AS HTSTEH 3Irs. Emily Mny Fnvro Tells of Slaying Daughter, 13, and Plan to End Own Life. Carl flerow, assistant manager of the Sutherlnnd-Innos Company, a cooperage stock concern at 29 Broad way, went to tho Hotel Ashton, Ninety-third street and Madison ave nue, yesterday morning and told Leigh Walker, manager of the hotel, that ho would like Walker to nccompariy him to room 21. Gerow explained, much to Walker's surprise, that the young woman oc cupying that room was Mrs, Emily May Favre and not Miss Kennatl, as the hotel register had it. and thnt the child living with the young woman was the young woman's daughter, Emily Margaret, and not her sister. Gerow went on to explain that an hour before Hector Q. Jackson, who is the local manager for the Suthorlond Inncs Company, had received a letter f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

THE &m Km HEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY . 10, 1920. t rtt 10 POLAND TO SUPPORT ENTENTE OH RUSSIA Finnish Newspaper Hears It Will Exact Guarantees From Soviets. LETVIA WAITS ON ALLIES Trotaky Quits War Ministry to Tako tJi Troblom of Food Transportation. HiMtNarOM. Kcb, 9. The lluvud' etadiblaltt to-day print ft etatetnenti eredlud (6 official PAtUh fluarura, (hat Poland' attitude toward Soviet Itiuela l will bo In necordanc with tliat of th . Entente Allies. No ptace will be oc ' certed by which th Soviet merely obtain material advantage!, and Poland wllUnelt on atronc moral iruarantMa, th itatcment My. Accordlnsr to Official advices received -In-Copenhagtn, Latvia will not accept xtttfteh offtra from sovlit Ituiiltt pending Aha conference of .representatives of the 'oBaltlc Hftalo to be held Ih April. ' It la 1 nJso raitLrlKfl Hi it Rolillsvll: tnreta dfl. Jjnjtelj- hnve evrfcu-ltfd LetVla. Leon Trotrky, Itu.nlan Holshevllc Mln iXiltt of War and Marine, will becoma SJiMcto...

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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