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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 February 1920

;y aii liiy !ii itw i ii i n 1 ' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 120 LODGE SAFEGUARDS INDORSED BY WOOD General in Answer to Bornli Says Tcoplo Also Favor Jtesorvatlons. "VOTE ON PLAN USELESS" CnndldntA Believes Sloiliflcd Treaty Docs Not Impair Nights of U. S. Chicago, Feb. 11. Qen. Leonard Wood, reptyln to-day to tho roqutfst ot Benator William E. Dorah for views of nepubllcan Presidential candidates on the Leasuo ot JJatlonB and the peace maty, said: "I believe that we should accept the League of Nations as modified and safe guarded by existing Lodce reservations reservations that Americanize it and eafeguard our tradlltlonal policies, res ervatlons which leave America abso lutely freo and untrammelled to follow tho will of her own people In all ques tions of foreign and domestic policy. "I, of course, at all times favor get tins the views of the people of tho, country, where It Is practicable. How ever, In view ot the tact that the peo ple have clearly Indicat...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 February 1920

IcEE ..fltJN , AND' NElW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1920. :mssmsm t ' TRADE BALANCE Estimated Bufajt, Will Show JA.yHd floflclfcijiloyd Georgo 1, I ' ' IToJla qomippns. A pSTIO.CUTLL, ABOUND 'Exports ,fqr Jnnnary Incrcaso t 280 Por Cent and Reexports JTV' 'itoro'Than 600. fptHat Cable. CoptrigM. 1IM. by Tm Sch W a f rw York HRRiiD. wiAmoN, Feb.. 11. Yesterday'" dovel- tfpnienti In connection with the reaf- mfilln nt Parllimiint nrAVA hVOtld tqet roost icxtrem' lorecaass ino iironB measures which Great Britain will Im pose on herself In order to rttrlive her posJtbn'is'V creditor nation, a place whleh she enjoyed In pre-war dftyj. 'Aitho6gh '(rie1 tbrHtm trade figures earlier MIT the day were much better, t .than were .expected and showed th'it "the unfavorable balance Was nearly '(Wlped'out, l-reftiler Lloyd Oeorre's state 1 went t6 the effect thaf the estimated y inifleet ftr;the coming" ytar would show j, no deficit, whatever prpved more rtoun(lln?. It means a drastic cut...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 February 1920

FT SERBIA AHD FRANCE IN SECRET PARLEY Homo Paper Publishes Plans of Troposnl For and Koply To Definite Alliance. MIXED IN ADBIATIO ISSUE Frco Action on Dalmatian Const OfferedParis for Reservations. no..c, Feb. 11. Tho Idta Rationale publishes two secret documents ex chanscil between tho Serbian and French Governments last year. 'In ono Serbia proposed to France a military conven tion as a basin (or a definite alliance; In tho other France responded sympa thetically, but with reservation. Tho Serbian document, dated Septem ber 30, declared that Belgrade was con vinced that she needed tho friendship of France to guarantee her outlets on the Adriatic, and alfo to prevent any hege tnony In the Adriatic, and pointed out that this would Insure to France "free action on the Dalmatian coast In the event of a conflict with a Mediterranean Tower " Serbia's plan provided that she n!d France with troops and ships In the latter contingency, while France would h'lp to build a Serbian fleet and m...

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

THE SUN MD NEW YORK HERAliD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1920, IPROHT, MAYOR TOLD res Submitted atEoiml of Estlmato Ifenrinff Shoy Incr6ascUncomc. Gil FAHE danger seen SjotjiiboI Explains Wlinfc Will iHappon if Company Is Forced to.Defanlfc Lease. Iu.i wimi. Conrotroller Cralc and rr(ion Counael Burr marshalled ox- t. . .t.riv if salon of the Board 'Sk Kstlmate'si inquiry Into tho city trac 'ii .uilnn n nrnva that tllO Inter fWoush hou!d not be allowed to charge 8 cent fare. They agreed that in cent months th lubways have shown flmncAl mprovtraent. : John Bauer, entclal adviser to the Cor WW poration Counsel and former Instructor In finance. t Cornell University, said that In the Interborough'g financial T Statement Items totalling alO.MO.OOO odd ,rerti 'Improperly Included In Hubway toveitments. Ho said tlie InterborougH f.aa .ipeculfttlnir on "unearned profltn. I If r. Bun: asked It this was stock water ier. "Stock watering In u rotfnd.ibout way, ' Uio witness said, Implying to questio...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1920. . VOTE OH RESEATING ' f ! ' V Famous Dancer Dies V u MLLE. GABY DESLYS UNION HITS SNAG IN FIGHT WITHMOUQUIN Pere et Fils Celebrate Victory at 6th Avenue Restaurant. SOCIALISTS REFUSED IS DEAD IN PARIS CHINESE TREASURES IHFPKUSHIMAART Many Objects in the Collection Aro Singularly Artistic. Motion l)y Pollofc to Throw Out Case Is Not Recog nized in Assembly. UEFENOE 1'tEAS DENIED Counsel Insists No Evidence Uns Connected Clients With Bolshcviki. tpicial to Tbi Sex And Vsw York Hmil.D. Aidant, Feb. 11. The Judiciary Committee of the Assembly -to-night fi'.ttd to consider a motion made by At nemblyman W. W. Pellet Kepubllcan, ot New York, who declared that the evil deoce presented against tho Ave Social 1st Assemblymen had failed to prow disloyalty to the State and demanded that the case bo thrown out, and tin disbarred members reseated. ' Mr. Pellet asked for a vote on 111! recommendation. Louis Martin, chair man, stated that In...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YOMC HERALD, THtTRSDAY, PEBRUAftV 12, 1920. if " ' i i . i ' . i 1 1 i , , 4 SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD i i i - NOTICE TO THE SUN AND THE NEW YORK HERALD'S Ship NeW8 Office if adjacent, tp the Barge Office at the Bat tery. Telephone lSi2Broad ' CLOSING Transatlantic Math. nitmsruT. itji. is. Italy (t), ir nriiii. i: J'", rrifn.ir. rr.n. 1.1. Rnaln ()! alio parcel P will" for HpJln, , in, Morocco. (r leon XIII. IV3" -M'-..n. . ttni.li Afrl.-.! also parcel .post moll, for TTnton of Houth Africa, &c, str Hunurutn uuir, ,9 AM (sup 0:30 Ail). BATUIIDAY. Inland and the other countries, lr Jcw Vorl 8 AM (tup 0:30 AM). ., . (l.m.n?! im imrrel rwst malls for Germany, .Austria- and Csecho-MovaUa. atr Maocuuria, JO AH. (fill) 11:30 . I.l.n.latlnth.r ffMJfttrl.. l!.l iarV-.i tnit tnilli for '(Irtat Hrltaln, irelafiile ii,l ihm other rountrlts. Itr Adriatic. 10 AM, f'tiup 11:50 AMI. Malls Tor South and Central Amer- lea, west mates, ac. Friday, rnn. w. tt.tit ....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1920. TRAFFIC JAMS ADD TO CITY FIRE PERIL Chief Kenlon .Warns Mcr clinnts Urges Fewer Ve hicles in the Streets. r-r- APPARATUS ABANDONED 3Icn Forced to Quit Engiiies and Trucks to Figjit Flnmcs. After returning to Flro Hradqunrtcrs from a Ire nt Hroadwny ami Leonard rn-el tlmt did $!0,000 damnge last nlglu. flilcf Jo,m Kenlon declared that the city hud iwssod through Us most daiiffcrous period of fe hazard yester day afternoon. Streets were so Mocked tilth crazlly swaying trucks and other telilcular traffic, he said, It would liave been Impossible In case of a great flr to Ret tho Apparatus through. "If merchant only realized what the rnenace has been to life and property," Mid Chief Kenlon, "they would volun tarily keep their vehicles off tho streets until conditions have Improved. At least they would not lend their trucks fo in to make breakdowns likely. Tre mendous losses In llf and property are threatened by the Impossible cond...

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

ft I 4 m SUN Am NEW YQflK HEfiAIJ), THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1020, ANP THE NEW YORK HERALD I'JOU.VPKP JS33-JW8. NEW york. THURSDAY, fbh. 1?, 1030. TUB 6UN-IIEIIALD CORPORATION, Publisher. 2W Broadway. Vr.nk A tiint.v. President. Sewart, Vle.psident and Tretiurer; H. li. Timtrington, Hecreiary. NKW88TAND IUC9. Pally, two rent ropy In Nnr sort! city ud nubiirb and Uir rnt else where) Sunday, live rental elarwlierf, lea renie. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. East of Mtaslislppl Hirer: On Six On Br Mill. Postnald. Year, Month. Month DAILY BUND AY.. 1 11 00 Jfl.UO 11.00 daily only . ii.oo 4.50 .ss SUNDAY only 4.00 '2.2S .40 JtUNDAY only. Canada 0.00' .'.'.') .65 For all point wctt of the Mississippi Hlver add II a year for dally or dally and ffunaar iinion. FOIir.lQN HATES, DAILY SUNDAY. .I2H.00 S1.1..1I) 32 40 daily only , is. n.mi i.Mt SUNDAY only 11,73 ."US . All' checka. money orders, 4c, to be mart payable to The Sun-Herald. European Killtlon. Published In Paris every day In tho year. i-rice...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY;-1' FEBRUARY 12, 1920, it PALM BEACH TAKES TO AQUA-PLANING jHss AHcp A. T)q Lninnr Hides AVavos on Hoard Bclilnil Spcedbottt. AN'DEIIS HAVING MCK Messrs. FIoren7, Zicrfcld, Jr., nnil IrvinjrHerlin CntliKi;ig flsli VaiKlcrliilt "Buys Plot. frf m in Tiik Pi" ami Nxw Vm IUnn, PaiM Ukaph, Kin.. 11. Aq.ua planln:,' I becoming n part of thn dally !,.( fporl lieio. Thin morning, not pnly Mr. Caleb S. Draw, who yester day Introduced the Innovation of "rid ing the ftiif on n mattro.iq towed by Mr Barclay AViirbrton' speed boat tho Sea Jlobln, but Miss Allco A. Do La niar entertained the throng on tho beach by nn exhibition of aqua-plnnlng. On a two foot board like a Hawaiian snrf center, towed behind her speed boat, (he IK-perhe, Minn Do Lamar cut great rlrrle.i on the water while the crowd on the beach applauded. Mr. Bragg re peated his exhibition of yesterday. Mrs. J. Allen Townncnd of New York attracted much nttentlon by her bathing costume. She woro ...

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

I f ' ' I 1 I. , I THE ' SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1920. 12 Big Baseball Leagues Increase Admission Fees After Fighting Factions in the American Declare Peace Ik 'GRANDSTAND SEATS RAISED r TO A DOLLAR i . in Bleachers Except 4A0 j at Polo Grounds Will Be 75 Cents. $0 ' citAiinrAX ciioskx Mays Is Hcinsfntctl, Yankees J; Got Third Plncc and John ' son Loses Power. . , Uy WILLIAM II. IIATV.VA. Special to Tub Sun and Nnw York JIiiutp Chicago, Fob. 11. With the two big leagues again steeped In peace, even . 4i,n,,i, n i,na vt .iiininod brotherly " . .. .' love degree, the i next h .ep rlal"e'"" oigamzationn or ua.eimu iu-u.i nettle on a new chairman ior me eoectlve nresldcnts. Ban Johnson and John Heydler, to elect one. The restoration of peaco In the Ameri can League was consummated after mid night this morning and then tho mag nates slept for a while. Names presented to-day for considera tion as National Oammlttea chairman to eucceed Garry Herrmann were those of J...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 February 1920

fur v ' Wr r THE SUN 'AND' NEW "YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12r19Z0,' . ii 11 ' 1 ' ' "" 18 jfler Delay of Several Hours Westminster, Kennel Club Show Gets Under Way With Record Entry and Crowd GREATEST SHOW .f DOGS OPENS I mmv DfiT Ufa? m " (CstimnsTcr Jt. u. Annum Event Proves Ifenl Rec ord Breaker. m THAN 1,000 BENCHED ,fy Breeds to Bo' Judged English Chow Crcatds & ' Scnsntion. Ever pliico tlio palmy days when Peter fituyvosant stamped up tlio Douwerla "en his wooden Ipr various citizens, par tlcularly In tlio rural districts, have-bean blaring: "N'ew York Is gotns to tlio dogs." Well, yesterday it went I Ter tuns tlie entire city did not fulfill th firedli-tlon, but It was apparent from a Slav f antral hours nt the opcnlnc of tho annual show of the Westminster Kennel Hub nt Grand Central Palace li.it nmst of tho fashionable set, and thousands of representatives of the Sub- waj Itiders Association, Had just gone mnl dono It. The Westminster Club has been giving animal ."...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 February 1920

THE, SUN 'AND NEW. YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1920. .i 1:5 P I m r- - --i 15 i KIDDERrPEABOD Y &C0. IttDfiYOiishtraSt BOSTON 17 Will SL NEW YORK Investment Securities Foreign Exchange Letters of Credit Ccrrcspontfsnts cl Baring Brothers & Co., Ltd, LONDON Maury Rogers & Auchincloss Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain Member! N. V. Stock Exchange N. Y. Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trade 25 Broad St. BONDS NOTES STOCKS V Suitable far Investment Jelke MEMBERS N-Y STOCK EXCHAN0K fl0 WALL ST. NEW YORK Empire Gas and Fuel Company 6 " Convertible Gold Notes of 1924 8.50 Yield At Preterit Quotations Well Secured Large Earning Power Attractive Conversion! Privilege Henry L. Doherty & Company Bond Department 60 Wall Street, New York For Cash Any number of shares On Partial Payment Plan Any number of shares, mini mum 5 shares. On Margin Any number of shares, mini mum 10 shares. John Muir St (J). htMm NtaYork Stock Eretaje 61 Broadway New York FINANCIAL HEWS AND COMMENT Dowmv...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 February 1920

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 February 1920

, r i rtn-'.iii;'. ! .rUJ ' III , 16 ' WEAKNESS AGAIN IS CURB FEATURE Business Is Moderately Active and Pi'Iccb of Several Issues Drop. Wenlinew) nunln prevailed yesterday In the outside market Business was on a moderately active scale and noon after the opening; prices began to move lower. In several cases thero were, email rnllleH, but the downward movement was resumed fn the aftornoon on n lamer, ecnlo. I,lfiuMton did not In elude tho entire list, but a few Issues singled out by traders wero forced sev eral points lower. .. Tobacco I'roducts llrport was In that croup. Little activity has taken place In that Ibsuo In recent l there were heavy offerings of It at he opening nnd It was forced more than 7 points lower to a new low record, al though It rallied later somewhat. M west Refining early lost ten polnta but recovered most of Its loss. 801 h American oil Issues again wero heavllj pold and moved to new lows General Asphalt broke bolow 70 with a large 1 and Carlb Syndicate fell ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 February 1920

L 4 OLD ST. PENIS HOTEL SOLD TO SYNDICATE t Famous Hostlory at Broadway and 11 th St. raflscs From Brovoort Heirs. HEID SITE 250 YEABS . ' Bankers Lcnso 81-30 Broadway iXntnnson Buys Apartment on Morningsido Drive. Joseph P. Day sold the St. Denis Hotel, at the southwest corner of Broad way ami Eleventh street, for the IJen wick family, represented by James A. Renwlck. IV. IV. Renwlck and ,Mrs. Ellznhr.th Wlttlnshnm. Edward R. wittlncham. one of the) heirs, repre sented the estate as attorney. The family has owned this property for about 250 years and aro tho descendents of Henry Brevoort, whoe famous cherry orchard stood Immediately opposite this property on the block now occupied by Grace Church and which was erected to plans prepared by James Renwlclc and who nlBO figured with V W Renwlck In the erection of St, Patrick's Cathedral. This six story building, with a frontage of 75 feet and a return depth of 198.3, was scheduled to be told at auction by Joseph P. Day on February 17, ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 February 1920

J THB SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1920. m KKAt, . MTPOT .OF CITV. J .J6 rLAC?B T? H?'-.- - - r . .-yj.-P-.??-.-.-.-jj ..fuwJiSSffjE?? !n!?A?SIPr...u1.'l BP81WKB8 V LACB8 TO LET. BUSINESS .-LACKS lltCT, ' INSTOCCnOW. COLLKnEg. . BCTOOM. rJgg30.y.'COT'tgES' B--, Westchester Bale or Runt. 50 to 750 Acres Within 25 Miles of Grand Central, W can offer parcels of (10 fo 130 acres ranging In price from 11,000 lu 2,500 an ucre, Homo of these prop erties liava 004 ct'ildlnga with ll Improvements anil others could ! subdivided to irrcat advantage All ro In good rililentll sections. For Jurtfur parlUulari apply BIT FirTII AVENUE Cor. 41lh St., Hi V. Vanderbllt 7070. MOUNT VERNON. Choice rnatrlcted Chea ter Illll realdentlal aectlgn; 0 minute Walk Now Haven, lloiton A Weatcheater, express station: trolleys and echoolj two 2, family saml-rietached brick and hollow tile atuccoed hnuaea, with fireproof heated Turage: everything modern: let Door I) arge rooma, eleeplng porch and...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 February 1920

T&E SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1920. . . in i ' t - ( i I 1 ' ' ' n' I n i ,i rs, m I , - 1111,711 i ir r i)i li i. ,11 nil i i - .I lii 1 BUSINESS opportunities, i ti n finr i-i!! - ' fryyss'vwi'" - - SxcilANQB. room tit, ittl Broadway, New Jtri jors. j -, r GOOD BUSINESS, .without capital. boBM. bio and straight. lrlctlr your ownt valuable e'ae lint for those hating office ttul(mit or MOSIIIJil, pnwirum, o, a. yyrwi r.wwmv. ." ., o tou require additional capital f Cor noratloni organized; any State; litera ture! organliatlon 'completed; arrange rninta hava atoclc underwritten: reaeonoble t.tt. Inquiries solldlted from' maritprtoua pUpoiltloM only n. i, 148 Herald.' Her- till squars FOR CALK The Mercer, repairing;, cloth ing anopi oilanlflg and dyilnr establish mint: HOt! ool business all th year tounu. 5a -Hereof ii -w. ,.. BOW to use "The- Law ot Averagea" to ln vest for prollt In Texaj otU ft it-page book itnt Iroe on request. It. I SMITH, SjeJuiger depar...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 12 February 1920

' A ,',"1 Ear"" Tm sm MB iffiw Yok. HBRAfl muistsiAY; "mm&vj&rwws: 29 ft 1 I.- 1" i IK I l.i;l ISi'. to. It- Pi L H PERSONALS. !" it. !w "" aB ri cms? sac i-- yLTmnfl'I'wwriK ss lti jr. X . n 3. mC ------ j-f-ir i .t . mnt miilf -- Sr sen. a 33JJ iiry ta m 2 w 3! 7- - we ii to ,,t ,- i. ts- COURT com BETE W ACTS; 'J5 W&i BeTeraes C- rJciioa f ulr Toa a Y7 Grg:e. ROB TAYLOR HOME I OF SISjOOO Ui JEWELS . ?--vriritY im& acy 1 cm r a- rsT i-.. 1 ttM MrnMM9iT . rf- m as ran ft crm ! far --. S Tmt - . qa anT--JB ? wan ams wj'J'M TO- J3T it t - I mhji SJki'wms 3 , .,. ijx , LOST AND FOUND. Xarmm.. it Snr an-) .filB.TrrmtJ4 J Tmt 3 3 'i"'""1 Start a n Tun nsa. tat a02. J j XfcSlHm x. - . i ..- r. x. rmnaw . - K a3?" . t jm-tf tOtf c- ' cwur-erfM 2 Tctsrt S -be il , mim niiaju t tw-na - , nnc. . . l- - rr o .r - .- J . w---Vm n .- - a - r.iiiw .- ILlAtfUlA. - t BtB-gtm Baffle PmEce Cams 18 Days vm. 'B0Y0Fi2REIURNS, IAS fflFIYE ARMS wcia. sbt Iks Sas Cx r i',JWe.pi Hajjiz, yat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 February 1920

-VJfW rT"-f JTpi'Wifl rTT'W. "- h',"ir' ""V i -rr - , - . - - - - , ' - r f - 5?y ' - WEATHER FORECAST. Rain to-day and probably to-morrow; strong northeast winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 40; lowest, 33 Dtutltd w.athtr resort will bt found B tht tditorlil' J$tw AND THE NEW YORK HERALD 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. VOL. LXXXVII. -NO. 1G6 DAILY. , .ff STATE TO ASK FREE IRELAND CRIMINAL TRIAL! FIRST, LEADER FOR SOCIALISTS! fELLSBRITISH Counsel for Prosecution I Acting President Says Prepares Evidence for I Country Then Will Agree Action. . : to 'Monroe Doctrine.' CASK NOT YET ENDED j PEOPLE iT0T HOSTILE NEW YORK, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1920t Sk.1 c. Assembly Has Not Author ized Move and Adverse Comment Is Aroused. Removal of Oppression Would Clear Situation, Griffith Asserts. Wilson "Disappearance" Puzzles London Star...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 February 1920

i', 'i I ?HlSSS,a3W!n. S. AIDS EUROPE AS "The tt lo Uit the outcome now de pend on tha Itepubllcana. I feel a good deal ot dltpoaltion' to leave. It to them. They Initiated this effort for ratification, and ai they have the ma jority It U largely In their hundi, any bow. Up to the nepabllran. The proposed reservation to Article X. In nothing- but propaganda. In my opinion. It would be better for the Dem ocrats to take the original Lodge reser vation. I had rather vote for that than jur mo buusuiuic now proposcu. i nvicr will vote for the original Lodge reserva- linn hilt utlM nr.fr It In Ihle AHA "I am hopeful, but not sanguine, aji To the outcome. The conclusion depends on the Republicans. The Initiative Is up to them. They murt do something or the treaty will go back Into the name bole It came out of, "I don't know who Is the author of this proposed nubstltute reservation of Article X. or where Jt came from; but It seems to have no purpore except to help the case for the Ladge dra...

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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