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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOEK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRVABY 10, 1920. BAN ON TRUCKING IS f War Machines That Fought Men Find Snow Difficult to Conquer . v- LIFTED. BY MAYOR All Kinds of Hauling Will Bo Permitted To-day Owing to Hotter Conditions. FOOD ROUTES CLEARED Trackless Do)' Largely Ob served, Though Not to Ex tent HylJin Desired. ' Truckless Monday was not so truck lers an Mayor 'Wan wished, but never theless ft propo'llon of Manhattan's trucks and nxlcal kept off the street yesterday Ih'ir 3l"l" " "my ot snow shovellers more time to think about mow and lew to think about d6dS!nff Mingled with pie wagon, rrll trucks, r.ewepaper vehicle, wbo ei-'o grocers' vehicles, coal carts and the ever present mow truck were quite u few taxlcabn. MMenger vehicles and trucks carrying unnecessarles In the morning. By after noon most of thesa had, been halted and more or less politely ordered back to their garages or etables by traffic police men. Some obeyed ; others pretended to. jn the other boroughs, ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD,' TUESDAY, FEBRUARX 10, 1920. 44-M- 1 ML "MM ANNE SPUIS OM BAR; ICREW LANDED Mutiny Quelled by Firing of Hovolvoi After Ship Breaks In Two. VESSEL IS TOTAL, LOSS Attempt Will Bo Made to Tttko ,Off Tart of Dominion ; Liner's Cargo. The OM Dominion liner IMncess Anne, which piled Up on tho aand off Itocltavay Point In the gale early I day, was set down lis a total loss by t the underwriters last night. Tho back t of tho $1,000,000 craft la broken amid- Bhlp, whero she Is caught on a sand f bar. She swine sllchtly with the tide, . nB though on a pivot, and her bow and r tern are hourly sinking in deeper i water. f Tho crew of forty-four men left on board after the passengers had been landed Saturday was token, ashoro ! yeterday aftor some of tho mon liad j become panic stricken when tho Prln i qess Anne began breaking up during f the night and had mado a rush for f tho boats which were swinging at tho j davits. They were driven back at the points of revolver...

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

TUB SDN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, SBBttTJMtY -10, 1920. n mt v THE SIGN OF SERVICE S0C0NY MOTOR GASOLINE The dealers . listed Lbelowlcarry So-CO-ny Motor. Gasoline. 1 TO 5ts of a Reliable DtahA and tho World's But Gasoma" Manhattan and Bronx Alexander Ave, mi St., Alexander Ave, uarage. Allen St. 89, Eldrldge Allen Garage Ca, Amsterdam Ave. 133. Amsterdam, Oarage, 1361. Breene Garage. Avenuo A. 370, Interborough Delivery Co, Avenue B. SOS, Good Garage. Avenao D. S, Avenue D Garage. Bailer Are. JUS, J. Whalen'g Garage. 3131, Whelan's Garage. Ealnbrldge Ave. Itll. Sabrenborsa Gaa ana service oisuoa. Baxretto St. A TV.'tlock At. Barrett uarage. Barrow St. 130, Barrow Street Commer cial uarage. Belmont Ave, 1337, Lion Oarage, Ins. Bergen Ave. (07, Bronx Co. Auto Co. Boone Ave. 1133, Forracea Qarace. Botton Rood. 1015, Tho Speler Gar., Inc. 1267. Roienblatt Garage ft Taxi Co., Ino. 13(3, Jelferion Place Garage. tot. i. J. schunke. 40(1, Adolph Fehlbeven. Broadway. 1910. Michael T. Wa...

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

1 1 T ,8 Mi suit AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. !' - FOUNDED 1M3.1S33. VSVf TORE. TUESDAY. FEB. 10. 10S0. MS BUN-HERALD CORPORATION, Publisher, 2&0 Broadway. . Fr-0 Jlunsey. President. EMn Wardman, vice-presidents Wm. T. pewart, Yl-P'llnt and Treasurer; It. II. 7lltirins;U)n. Secretary NEWSSTAND TRICES. .iWly, two cenle a copr In New York fllyTaad suburb and (hit eenU ele wherei Sand-, Ore cente; eiwnr, tea feats- ,JiiMb SUBSCRIPTION RATES. K.ef-JllMlulppl Hlveri On Six One By-Mall, roitpiM. Year. Month. Month. DAILY SUNDAY 11100 1C.0O 11.00 SUNDAVonly ..100 2 IS SUNDAY only. Car. jji 0.00 3 15 ,.W For all points west et the 'Mluttslppl River ,'dd $l year :or dally or dally and SusirsY fiJItisni. FOREIGN RATES, DAILY & SUNDAY. JJS.00 Jls.JO ' i-0 DAJLT only 18.00 9.0 ISO SUNDAY only. ... .7J J M Alll.eheckr. money otdert. Ac, to be , ingjii)yb; to Tha Sun.Herald, European Edition. published In Pari eyery diy In lb year. rrjc in. rant : c In Parle 23 cintlraei, dally end Dunoay. PA...

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

9 7- THE) SUN AND NEW YRK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1920. J IB. BRYAN GOES TO PALM BEACH Cnllfi on Mr. William S. Jon nlngs, Onc-Timo Governor of Florida, IIEAHS oTBIIsEE SINGERS Col. Samuel P. Colt, and Tarty Among Arrivals at tho Resort. Iprclal to Tnj St'M axd Hsw Yoik ITkrald Palm Hkach, Fla.. teb, 9. Mr. Will Inm Jennings Ilryan. with Mrs. Drynn and tlieir daughter Mrs. Raymond Owen cumc from Miami by automobile to-day, hd luncheon nt the Royal Polnclana Garden grill with Mr. and Mrs. Archi bald McNeil, Jr., of Bridgeport, Conn., and afterward called upon Mr. William Sherman Jennings, ono tlmo governor of Florida. Mr. Jennings, who la here recuperating from a recent Illness and unable to Itavo his rooms except for an occasional wheel chair rldo, received the company after luncheon In his apartment, whero the Tennessee Jubilee singer, who are giving a cooncert at The Breakers to night, sang a number of old lime plan tation moldlcs for them. Mr. Bryan Is a distant relative of...

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

1NHHHH Profitable Employment for Canadian Funds rrevaiknr. nits m Caaadisr. exduagf it rHiidvaa- .,.,... I.. f. J. lUlail CM. r II.- m ti IS the present tc. Br bi?'bu:z Ciwdisn Gwernroent sad Humoral Bodj 1 pre2. pt?er. ic:ds hiae I ' foaplsyfci. ITnla jfor arrdar Wood, Gundy 14 Wall Strctt 7tnt- . Le3da.Eaf, CANADA TheGreenshields E jB Monthly Review g d,A abort soEnasiy of the Canadian financial and industrial situa tion. SWith which 1? in uded onr Investment Suggestions, a farnma rj of the moit attract ive securities available for investments in Canada. fT staff fee c?crf r ciici ccpiet fritt on rtqwt. GREEySHIELDS & CO. 17 St John Uoeet, Moatreil. U P , i f CANADIAN f cFrnpiTirc: kbvvii a auu "Zh- iatertit co marry hijh pad .isosda of C2diaa wdtiitnal cor pcftr?ru ar? payaWi in New ' Yak. I Tbe high ixffK ci safety offered br tbeae securitjti. the tmoendinz ' iodastrial expansion of Canada I. and the prestnt rate cf Canadian (rxchasge corabtac to rnsia tne .seeuritiw attract...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

"The World's Greatest Highway" the PACIFIC COAST Creating th Canadian Plane Roddndi Grandest Winter Scenery in Aneriu. Seen In. luxurious comfort trains with compartrnnt observation can dining car. Viiit VICTORIA and VANCOUVER, D. C, both with hits! t! Meirooolitan stindsrd. A i or rfnmiiv boftWit "C" and detailt off am and train miict. F. It PERRY, General Agent, Pass. Dept., ' 1231 Broadway-' New York City. J2Z PROyiWCE OF SASKATCHEWAN 4 Bonds due July 1st. 1923 Payable in New York. To Yield 7 SUTRO BROS MONTREAL ' 57 St. Francois Xavier Street Direct TVJrfc With New Tork OGloo. NEW YORK - 120 Broadway Member New York Stock Exchange TELEPHONE MAIN ?187. Dealers in All Canadian Securitfr 9 Why Buy Canadian Exchange in the Dark? nuciua ing marK ior t,aiuaian cnanS make it impera tive that American importers and exporters doing business with Canada should seek the best possible advice before doing their financing. A Canadian bank is the best source of information in regard to Canadia...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

THE StJN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1920. 12 v Maury Rogers & Auchincloss Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain Member ft. Y. Slock Exchange N. Y. Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trade 25 Broad St FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Stock Dealing Is Purely Pro fessional and Without Much to Feature It. PRICES ARE IRREGULAR During Inst Two Hours of Trading Much Improve ment Is Shown. Select Securities With Discrimination THE trade barometer of today indicates the need for the exercise of proper caution, the prac tice of thrift, the working to the utmost of every man and every dollar. Nations, municipalities, commerce and industry, all need money. AH are now offer ing their securities on terms so liberal that every think ing man has the strongest incentive to save and invest to the limit of his ability. The judicious selection of securities is a matter of knowledge and discrimina tion. Our experience of for ty years is at your service. Send for Circular No. 1682 "Conservative Investmen...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

MliV HW Hp ,Jl 1,11 'M THE SUN " AN. NEW YORK HERALD OTESDAY FEBRUARY 10. 1020, 4 13 ill f 'lit The Basis of Sound Prosperi of anv industrial corDora&ri depends on a broad a: liable markt for its iwUI factored products, e. m production that carnain- tain under all confiaiii,& satisfactory operatic ratio, and a distributinc TganiZa' tion which insures ontinucd sales. Write for Circula'No. B X 75, which descriw a Firrt Preferred Stoc yielding 7. 1 5 of a corpejition whose prosperity seer assured. A.B.Leac$Co.,Iiic. I meatmen Securities 62 Cedar Stack, New York Chicago nostra Buffalo Cleveland Philadelphia MJiespolls Ualtlniore ANNOUNCE PLAN OF ARMOUR LEATHER Company to Operate Branch of Packers' Bnsiness to Have $4O,000,Q00 Capital. TO SEW, STOCK IN BLOCKS Corporation "Will Issue 100,000 Founders' Shares Bights for Old Shareholders. WE3FFER foreign Securities l of tb: following Cities French h Frenches Belgians Britisr4s British 5s talia? 5s 'Gerrn 4s Governments City of Berli...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

v. I s i r ti I' I : 11 1 1 til it .HBaB. if mi ffW-gfy" ffiy-ffl. ifiTTiTTTn asrtffl to sw snis iww toek HmtflfflBj. ansflESERSs;. EEBEragr a;, raafe Witl VieifeJuiJfi.t arid' tflii.liv ill fiitertstfrif America.. Group in Clifuoso Coufrortiiim. i'l ret' 4ttirrteTror' 2rfitbMrt V. Vlvntidou, preftdent of1 V. Vft-au- dim. Inc., made' pablle j-eslerday hie re port to the dlrectcm and etoelclioiaerif of' the' cornpiny, cot-erlns operations' of the' corporation to? tlie' flret' three" month' of its' existence, September' 1 to .November 3, 1016. Hi trireme' ac--count for" that' period snowesi jrro ' ' sal of'jVut.na-and sroeti' profit after' &KlfGBKCY tOXX PltA-y fotiethm- of i com.. jkfMU, :m . j profit afler' all other' charrta totalled ' ms:4' and' total Income' for' tlie' three' dWClltal Trip HIS ObjeCtJ Ol"ir"'nthi available for dividends' BVt1 loM foil 7,0 111, UI y'1 V III I a I-1 j Irrogtilhrrty anil BittSw-' Tone Mavli: Close, With: Ihierostf Clilofly in: Oilfi. i I1 iiiiii...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YOBK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY HO, m V 15 1 3 If COTTON MARKET 4 liJSfllSKAlM yuUJT Session Is Irregular and With , ' Only Occnsionnl Spurts of nimntlon. T US cotton inarKow v riy w . . i . ycf tcrday. mm except iyr u biiui i ikiiu- at tlio cull una in tno uuo tniuiiiR n flcctoir considerable local and 'outaldo selling liressure. On t)u whole business vuit only moderately active, althoufth .ther' vera occasional spuila of real unl ' nutloii. Durlnu the enrly part of tho w.hu the inarliet wns narrow and unla ' icrrrtlnffi rcllwtinp an dihumii or neyv factors Tlio list started virtually ut tlitj WsiU'bt level, net 5 to 33 polnto more LMtiimlnr'o Moulin hut rnnrfpil nl jjr mo.xt Immediately on spot house and .'Southern sellin;, Liverpool cables wore somewhat woria than at tho start, but In the Inter tejMon woro hotter. SpotH In tho Kng llsh market were In fair, demand, 7,000 hales channlntc hands. Hearu laid con siderable strew on reports from tho South mentioning nn e...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HEMLI, TUESpAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1920, 16 4 National Squash Tennis Champbn Eliminates Jay Gould SEES IDEAL SPORTS AR00ND1W YORK .Visitor From Switzerland Says Winter Scenes on Long Isl and Arc Unsjirpwswl. THOUSANDS OUT OX SKIS J. L. Jnffoy at Plaza Marvels nt Attractions Near Broad way Hotel Arrivals. I The most Ideal winter sports land 1n the world la within forty-rivo minute of Broadway, and It extends throughout the breadth ot Low; Island and to the furthest tips of It, or us far na the rail roads run, according to J. U Jaffey. a retldent of Bern. Switzerland, who Is at the Plaza Hotel, and who has been vhltlns In New York and on Long Island for the last two weeks. Sir. Jnfley declared that he never In oil Ms travels had seen such beautiful rpots aa there nre around Oreat Neck, Bayslde and the North Shore districts, where he saw thousands of persons on eklls, sno'wshoes. sleds and skates. "I think half of the population on Lope Island haa pkll paths In the back ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

THE UN ANP NEW YORK JBMlto, TUESDAY, FEBRUABY 40 IMP. ' ' ' . " ' fl u, " " 1 -" '"" 1 i 1 y; 1 . ' 1 ' , 1 . .... ' . . '"i ' " '. ' ' ... i,., i, .I ., , , I. ii, , . . ' i j'"" 'i " '" "i"" 11 " 1 - ' 1 r ' 1 " 1 Tr"Ti '' ' '.ii J.'-,. ,...i-a.-i1i mjeu) Rule ' Gives Batter Credit for, Home Run in Ninth Inning Even Aftqt Winning Tally Crosses Plat 13 1MARD FAILS TO 3n KNOCK OUT DUNDEE t Toppers Italian at WW, ijutj Tuncli. JiOSER GAME ATD "WILLING ;Tcn Thousand ScoEightli Mill JMwccn Champion and Old Rival. Ur CHARLBS F. MATHISON. Benny Leonard, , world' champion light" eight, last night In tho presence -"if "crowd of 10.000 that packed tho "Fourth Regiment Armory, Jersey City, made his eighth attempt to knock out - y." ' ..-5..- hi. i.nini? challenger. "'aSi failed 1 Leonard won his bout on ! nrt anDarsntly tried desperately ".. i, . r.fif onoonent to sleep. The I .i...ntrm mtastd many 0DV10U8 open- pi I'tiw " i-j v n - - - - r - . .. - I " Ints. but on the other hand, landed as...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmB ui, jhhippuhi wkiw III" iBailils ly --npCT- vv- -.- , , THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1920. SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD ' . 58 Wis f II : fit; pi i 1.3b. i; 1 m NOTICE TO THE SUN AND THE NEW YORK HERALD'S Ship News Office is adjacent to the Barge Office at the Bat tery. Telephone lS72roac!. !. 1 CLOSING Transatlantic Mails. TUESDAY, FKH, 10. n.italn. Ireland, Nitlietlandi, IIllD- flrtat .' Areliancel. ,r, lilandi, str Columbia, .1. ., Esthonla l$Sin and oaw Verde AH (SOD VHW amii l our. 10:30 Ail (mp 11 , ,, J Itoiminla (t). itt TrIU. 5 ! wnnvranAV. FED. 11. fcKU" AaV.ndtlia Como, I. Via AUlf-rti;. .".' ,,A;i,.'n ..,. llr fcflintler. H AM. n.hrtiiln. Itouminla. fluliarla, haxm. trance, ordinary J?"! T..i Mid,' nV. .'ffl Th'fWf (Porttual itr noma. 8 I'M. SATURDAY, FED, II. Europe (except Oennanr), Africa ad Weet (tfrm.'n.ft tf'rc'el mall, for Gerrn.ov. Auitrta and Ciecno-stlovakli, itr Maicliurla, 10 u (hip iitsu ami, autl I. IT'...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

SALES AM LEASES CLOSED YESTERDAY . 1 Many Interesting Dealt Re ported by BrokoTfc in Inn hnttan and The Bronx. MARKET SHOWS ACTION Many Business Properties Long: Dormant PA6S Into Hands of Investors and Operators. Crofk & Ilrown Corripany 6old fir Uio interstate Land Holding Company to nine & Bine the twetv etory semi manufacturlnc bulldlnj nt 47 and Maiden lane, between NaMiu and Will ,im street. 14x115, nd known a the Meyers Bulldlnc About fifteen year ago It was purchased by the, late K. H. Ajer o! Boston, Mass., .and ts located directly opposite the- squure- block as sembled under ft single ownership by the Federal ItCBerve Bank. U also ad joins Jewelers Court It l understood that the bulldlne will be converted from its present use, lis the headquarters of a number of manufacturing; Jewellers, to that of an efflce bulldlns for the 'n surance Interests, which, at the present time, are suffering from a lack of space available In the William street district The sellers In t...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

RiipwiiiMwipOTinrr' 'i " i1 1 "',''! 1 . .iii' - ." i 'v. r-rr '.7' i on xi THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1920, ' M tt s 1 1111 1 ' 1 " - arsTWr , .im BEAJiia'TATRovT w m " -" - y - - I - , r i,. , 1 m.wia.'"'' s..:T--m New Jersey Bale or SUBURBAN BUILDER will sell at a sacrifice a small Co. lonial home, with tjarage, of unusual charm, designed to bo finished In the quaint style of bjrgon. day.. The decoration! are till to be put In. I will install them, according to the desires of purchaser, provide and Install electric natures, landscape the grounds, and turn over the property ready for instant occupancy. The house ha. eight large, light room, and a Tine big completely appointed tiled bthroom. The plot, !. 100x180 ft., with .everal oak tree, one foot thick a. .hade Only 10 minute, walk to the station In a beaut ful, settled residential .ectlon, 900 feet elevation. Water right, afford fine boating, .ailing, fishing and skating. 5P"dld "J"' ing .ervice to New Yo...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

-iraT,--iE-f2Ea!7r- --.?. -il- Of THE BUN AND NEW YORK HEAED, TUESDAY, FEBftU-ffRY 10, 1924 3 SO 1 SecbetauX Lille coliexs sradta cJtu ;irersl rer' bualnet experlencn desires lory rC)fVW , ii ,-- -l hi Hqtut.. tvnawrllteri ' eiDerlen eipsrirqCS'll tnorulna.. AdditM -.tnq. or HOHIS, U ti.Mk at. t n soOIUPIIBWi two year' ipwUno:1 jpltl worker; reUrencoi 20. M. M., 103 Jit r. hi, r yuuii r.nP TKAPHHI., English, preneb, German, KnOWieua oc Ptmiiiailt a VMuauvf, Ml Ian desire noqriy engagon yr nrh German, pupil' rtiW U'rlie Teacher. Wtf Katt fifllh. engagement teaching U' rMhlaoei II hour. tn 'iif:it, English. . tiiw f?roforun liom on the East alio In return, for jprt time sorvlce or tutoring; retertncos. T. J 3H tun-lle-ald, Herald aqusre, YOl'NO French Udy a componton or villi-' Inr governess: U private taieonil belt -slerences Address Mies Mri?rH9. l!He y,irtna -Yaauiiis tut v V toi NO lady, to, high achool education., desires position ol cleric) nature. 13. li, joo llrraM, Herald, sq...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 10 February 1920

THE SUN AND' NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1920. 22 V V PERSONALS. Annum lenob onEOORT.b tf ""J sept, tt. 1884, It nxlou W br from nr ana who can five deflnlti J2M warding hl paranta or naar relatlress W aladlr live liberal rompenaaHon. o. a. jJoFTnBnTibirToTnTbjj Incurred by rauf Illrich. I.EON HirtaCli. LOST AND FOUND. LOST Sunday morning on Ith ' WJ 1Kb at. and fct, Themae'e Church. fW mean BAD with lettera A. T. T. In mono, ir.m In dlamonda u aide. ""''" ,Jf leather jock(b.ok with mU mount -i.ney. Sultabl rwrJ will b paid r li return to Kaal 'h t. .......... -' piimi ln-rlhfl. iAni-ri iirr.. n : -, . i.i.i .1 on pi. Kicnoiai ot. rai ,r"'.",,..V.V,..,i : J0:M I'. .. X'liinu lutiirn lo I "J'l nd aauM rrreitT wr'UI return or "' NEW CASES OF W STILL OH DECLINE 1,000 Imported In Twin Dis eases, With 220 Deaths in 24 Hours. EPIDEMIC TS DYING OUT llonlili Department at Work on Onrbnffo Menace Due to Snow Blockade. The Influenxa figures for the. twenty four hours that ended at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 11 February 1920

I WEATHER FORECAST. Fair to-day; to-morrow partly cloudy f not much change In temperature, Highest temperature yesterday, 395 lowest, a. Detailed waatber porta will U found 00 Id editorial pie A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD reserves' the best traditions of each, n combination they cover a wido field and make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. f 1 AND THE NEW YORK HE RALD VOL. LXXXVH.-NO. 164-DA1LY. 4-f-M- NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1920.-SBJf SU PRICE TWO CENTS IN NBW TOIUC CITY AND BUBUnBS. Tort, . T. THREE CENTS ON TRAINS AND ELSEWHERE, '1 1 BOND THIEVES IN PLOT TO STEAL MILLIONS BELOW 'DEAD LINE Broker's Messenger Tips j Police, Who Arrest Trio i in Lower Broadway. BIPE FOR 'BIG CLEANUP' 19-Year-Old Confesses Plan ! to Rush to Canada !i With Loot. BAND STOLE $2,000,000 Jail for Others, Including the , Higher-Ups 14 Security Carriers Approached. During tho noon hour yester ity thrco men accosted Murray ibramowltz, a messenger for the...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 11 February 1920

r & Csjautltutlon and traditional policies of tie United State. I semanain thing absolutely Impossible because scembershlp In lau cannot be roado Mpslsdnt wth tos pollclw. The traditional pollete dictate b ttentlon from enunglement in Europe ind prohibition of Europe meddlln In America, bat those things are. of the vary easence of the league programme. Henator Corah demanded that Mr. Hoover come forward Ith plan that will make It possible to eonstrutt the tort of league he want. From thU lh Idaho Senator branched Into dlteawlon of the treaty, iti'4 ad dressing himself to the Hoover state ment, lie read extensively from way nard Keynes book ort the consequence of the peace, wherein the author painted the most depressing account yet given of the horrors with which the peace terms confront Europe. ur. Mnnvrr haa had peculiar oppor tunist to know the truth about thet. matter!," said Senator iwran n mc charge are true Mr. Hoover knows It. Does h believe that now, when w are lust gett...

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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