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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 February 1920

1 1 THE SUN ANDr HW ' YORK HERAfrD; FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1920, 3 Mlllui .11 HIII MV TO DEMAND ON , MTRAyiTluW . i Will Tnsist on Germany Yielding Despite Her Violent Protest. 310XEY EXPERTS TO MEET Paris to Itpin'nin llcndqunrtcrs, but Council Will Sit in London Awhile'. fpcfial Cubit. Copyright, 15:0. by The Sen imi New YuuV IUkalk. IiNnoN, Keb. 12. Tho allied Premiers In their conference hero to-ilay con f,,pd ihelr iHibrntlons lo the case of the (lermiin war criminals. At the close of the meeting, which lasted all day, It was reported that they wero In "substantial agreement." It was under stood tne Premiers decided to Insist upon the allied demands that Germany slve iip the men charged with responsi bility for the war nnd with violations of Hie rules of warfare. It was learned :n authoritative quar ters that stern had been taken to con sider a modification of the Indemnities. ' j inaiielers aro to submit a complete rrpnrt on this, UnltluK for the 1'nlted State. The fsct remains,...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 February 1920

it I 5J 4 3 ii t 3: 1? ngsz IT" i. 1 1: pi .--ail-1 it: .& f PERSHING AS SECOND : CHOICE IS NEW PLAN Nebraska-Brothers JRoturn to i." Seek Support for General in New York State. ""WOOD COMING TO-NIGHT laifav Snenk to WMltamsAlnmni h r at Hotel Astor--Coba Wants n to Honor Him. Th Woods brothers of Lincoln. Nb f! aro hero aeaJn. George J. and Marie, $ ""who have dedicated their Ume and (J money, to make Gen- John J. Perilling K Xthe Republican candldato for President, 'j are enragtd quietly In seeking support ; lor their candidate In New 1 orn niaie. " Lloyd C. Grlscom. former chairman of the Jfew York county Republican com ic! .-tmlttce, who was on Pershing's "art 'n ij ' France, has enlisted Wibt cause. He rjh the Woods brothers to Albany T Tuesday and Introduced them to rome of !j"'the State leaders. It Is said the main J g object Is to make Pershing second choice In as many States as possible. The F$ Woods brothers say this has been ac fi compllshed In ten States. jf Harry Wi...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 February 1920

I I THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 31920. REPUBLICAN WOMEN CHEER WADSWORTH Bonntor Stirs Enthusiasm at Club's Lincoln Day Lunch eon nt Dclmonico's. LESSONS IN PATRIOTISM Dr. Butler Wnvns That In Pol itics Principles Must Bo Paramount to Men. Tour hundred members of the "Worn. ea'B Republican .Club resorted to every conventional form of femlntno enthu lum yesterday to applaud United States Senator James W.. Widsworth, Jr erstwhile opponent ot suffra&o and candldato to succeed himself, at the twentieth annual Lincoln Day luncheon yesterday at Delmonlco's. The applause and enthusiasm for Sen ntor Wadsworth followed a fervent wirnlns Riven to tho women by former Btato Senator Ogdcn I Mills not to permit themselves to bo Influenced In ctlnB their votes by tho fact that this or that candidate mlBht not havo agreed with their views, so long as he, like Lincoln, was actuated by principle and supported by conviction. Dr. Nicholas .Murray Butler, a previous speaker, had...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 February 1920

THE SUM ANS, NEyr YORK JEMLO, FRIDAY,- FEBRUARY 13, ll 120; IK" 6.0. P. DINERS HOW IINCOLN'S MEMORY,? Congressman Knlm Warns arcarers That -Universal Training- Hits to Conu 'may not oven bo born upon American shores. The choice must be made." UMiop Charles Bumner Burch eaW Brace na the dinner opened. umer beside Iho speakers at the head table ere aen, Horace rorter, 3H Jieien I Samuel 8. ICoenlir, Ooorite A. dlynn, Mrs. Arthur I Llvermore, James K, Hheffleld, Henr Admiral James H, alennon. Mrs. waiter uamrosch. Alfred is. .Munmr. Mrs. Douglas Iloblnwn. Mrs. Charles H Sabln. Itlchard W. lowrence, Mrs, John Francis Yaweer. Jacob A. Livingston nnd James a, Wentz. ,)bi,Ess by wadswohth miles Snys to Save Nation Jj "Deserving Democrats'' Must, Re' Ousted. DAY'S RECORD POINTS END OF FLU MENACE Deaths and New Cases Con tinuc to Decrease. An early end of the Influenza menace wns eceii yesterday by Health Commla- ... ,.iBloncr Royal S. Copeland. as reports in the American public .. Idlcatcd ...

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

t 1,0 2l v , &1I ' ' THE SUN AND NEW YORIt HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920. 4 1 ft f (SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD" flgr NOTICE TO MARINERS. Tft THE SUN AND THE NEW YORK HERALD'S Ship News Office ia adjacent to the Barge Office at the Bat tery. Telephone 1572 Broad. CLOSING Transatlantic Malls. rniDAV. run. is. rVvtilh Africa! slso parcel post malls for rjlon of South Africa, Ac, str Dunilrum Cattle, 0 AM liup 0:3() AM). SATURDAY, FEU. 14. Spain ! alto ptrcel pwt mailt for Spain, Csnnry UUncIt ami Cents, Mclllla and Tangier 111 Morocco, itr l.eon XIII. 11:30 AM. (lennaiiri also parcel pott mails fur Oermany, Atiitrla anil Cricho-ttlovakla, atr Manchuria, 10 AM (up 10:30 AM). Oreat Hrllaln, Ireland, Netherlands. Norway, MrJen, Denmark. Ilunenrr. Lithuania, Latvia, Kitotmla, Finland, Archangel. Persia, Jwdelra ami Cape Verde lalauda (other countries i;alio Ircrl wt mailt for Great Ilrltaln. Irelanilt Jrid the other countrlei, air Adriatic, 0 AM imp 10:30 AM). Mails ...

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

8 4 be &m a AND .THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED KU3.JKJ. " NEW YOItK, FRIDAY. FEU. 1J. 1920. THE SUN-HERALD CORPORATION. Publishers. 2S0 Broadway. Ertln Wardman. Vice-president; Wm. TTtf ixwari. vice-ores asm ana ireasunri II. Tlthenntton. Secretary. . NEWHHTAND PRICKS. Dally, Imo rents copy la New sork Wfy' ud suburb and llirr rent else libers' Soaday, Ore cents- elsewhere, ten aenis, MAIL SUBSCRIPTION KATES, East of JlUsIsslppI Itiyert On SU One ft Hall PnatnsM Yr. Months. Ill nth. daily suNDAY..tu.oo -aoo n.oo DAILY only .Hi 4.50 HUNDAT onlr 4.00 3.J5 ,4? liUNDAY only, Canada 800 3.53 .z for ell' points west of the Jilsslsilppl filter dl II year for daily or dally and Huadsy editions. FOREIGN RATES. IjAILY A PUNDAY..K400 111.30 11.40 -DAILV only 18 00 9.00 1.80 SUNDAY only t,75 6.11 M All cheeks, monay ordtra. Ad to tie made payable to The Fun-Herald. European Edition, Published In i'arla every day In the year. Price In I'arla ;5 centime, dally and Baaday. PARIS OFFICE, 4 AVENU...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 February 1920

1 I i ' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 192Q: ' : i N HISTORICAL PAGEANT , GIVEN IN CAPITAL Events in Nation's Life Pic tured nt- Navy League's ! ' Ball. IN 3IKM0RY OF LINCOLN Cabinet Officers nnd Their Wives nnd Members of liiplo miitic Corps Tresont. trtrlnl to Tub Si x n Nr.w York HiRAt.n. Washington, Feb. 12.-Under tlio Bucplccs of tlio Navy League Lincoln's Birthday was celebrnted with a ball and pageant of American history to-night In the New Wlllnrd Hotel. Tho entertain nirnt was arranged to raise funda to ram on tlio league's Americanization programme and Its other patriotic activ ities. Eight Cabinet ofllcers with their wives T,crc .imong the ratrons, the Secretaries cf st.ite, Treasury and War, the Attoi-nry-Gcneral, tho Postmaster General, the Brcretarlcs of the Interior, of Agriculture, of labor and most of them were pres ent. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lanslrtg were guests i!, n. Loul.t Collnrdct, Military Attache ci tlio French embassy: the Naval At tache Cnpt. Uc ...

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

10 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1920 President Wilson and Secretaries Baker and Daniels Are -Named Members of the American Olympic Committee Br NATIONAL SUPPORT H1GH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS FOR OLYMPIC TEAM Authorities at Washington Promise Help to Our Ath letes at Antwerp. IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT WILSOX OX Army and Navy 3Ien Also In terested in Quest of Inter national Honors. Dj DANIEL. CopvHpht, 1920, by The Hun-Uerald Corporation. THOUGH the old admission rates at the I'olo Grounds and Ebbets Field seemed to bo high enough, the fans of New York will raise , Wednesday, But tho increases do seem to lilt directly at.tho baseball fol C03I)IITihb -lowers of New York, particularly thoso which patronizo tho Giants and the Yankees. Tho other clubs want more and more money out of New York, and they are golnff to get it. Hut in return New' York will want better baseball. If tho Athletics, for example, come hero with their 1319 typo Washington, Feb. I!. Official Gov ernment ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 February 1920

iBWsTis'4wsaiii r , " THE SUN AND NEW ' Y(?RK HERALD, FRIDAY, PBBRUARY 13, 1920. N v 11 1 JudgnS a' Westminster Show Develops Bis Surprise in m.- - - -- Ibull terrier king ' BEATEN AT PALACE Champion Uaymnrkct Fault less Gives Way to Cli. All firo Supreme. AWAHI) PHOVKS STTXN'KK iWlironpil Canine Lender "Was Host Dosr of Westminster Show in ISM It. IV" t tlironos ot docOom arts like unto stilts tlieffl la.t. Nnthlnar seems to l.i' - nothliiB certain except the upw.inl ticml of everything snvo tho anifiint Now (hero's tlm case of Champion Jlaymnrket Faultiest. Tali H (ion tw rhamti'nn, this Is a rough worlil. pvhii for a Ior. Yosterdny morn lnu ll.ivn'.irKot arose from his downy 'our poster of (IrBt quality straw at tho Wcs-iTiinster Kennel Club's show In Outid Central Palace overcome with rmene rnnul. lie was the champion of M fie bull terriers on this fide of the AtUntic. I'wo eara ago nt the Westminister nt lie won adjudced the best iIor In tii iiw and last ear lie wai merve, ni! ...

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

r:''1 THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1920. ! I L) fc TT i.i mmmmBmmammmWmtmmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmt i t ,ul .00 ii.4 V .9 tl , .1 .111 i Z ' If jl -- mm n nmr uraTJ-TT ' M"M'M3ggB!l II I r t B I JLXX JII flint WA. Ill III I lMMlh -mm mmm ii I I I Ml III I U Special Circular on Earning Capacity of the Railroads touring and Prior to Government Control THE circular shows at a jjlance how the farningi of the more important rail roads under Federal control com pare with Uie compensation re reived by the roads from the Government; and how the per aharr enrninpi. maintenance ex penditures, dividend payments and price during the period of Federal control compare with those of the 5 l-year period prior to Government operation Send for Circular No. 1681. "Karnlne; Capacity or Railroads." Spencer Trask & Co. 25 Broad Street, New York AU1AUTT BOSTON CHICAGO Memtxpi New York 8tocIf Exchange. Owing to the holldaf yesterday the New York Stock Excha was closed. Kor the convenienc...

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

ffHE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1920 IS 1 MOST MODIFY TREATY, SAYS BRITISH SHIPYARDS REGAINING POWER Tonnage Under Way Exceeds Construction in U. S. LONDON DISCOUNT MARKET EXPANDS QUEBEC PAPER CO. DEFIES FIXED PRICE CANADIAN MARINE 'V t aittait r i lirrnn ' UiWm DMKM ftWJSi.ttM! m i-ai cn.TlM - cimru on December 31, mailo liy tho . American Chamber of Commero In Lon- , . . , , d,.n Indicates that for the flmt time Good Business to Cancel All b'u,,0onuf 0,! mtM ,becn?, Bh'f , "uiioer on a largo jscalo British ship of regaining- their port Largo Growth Pur- iiiff Last Ycnr. Indebtedness, Asserts Walter Leaf. XEEI) SENSIBLE PLAN Vnnli hn aiHi.u former prenmcv: """S , PAY GJ,EATER. DIVIDENJJS The tonnage building; In tho United Klmjtlom, says tho chamber, exceeds by I :J' ..t?ns ,hftt unJer construction In iKijc eni(i TimrnnKiwl 1 ."1 M!l fl tho United States, where tho de-' l,Mlh ,11 H nM " 1 '"' ''' crease In the building of new toiymKf Shippers to U. S. Resist Orde...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 February 1920

i as i I, r II 1 ' I RESORTS. Weslrbratcr. WO Y E L. M Aflu.l too Grtai CmfflL to electric trains !ay oy,": pert Cria Saddle bur tily ciorert-- Danrtnn IIOITXGRAMATAN. . .. Lawrence lrV 1-nnnute. N. l New Jersey. PUDDING STONE INN i'anrabU weetty rtf-. Crp: a , yrar I'oijer. O. N. VINt-NT B.-n-aa. X. J. Atlantic Oty. HOTEL CHELSEA Occupying the entire bloc; af ix run front In the fash ionable t helea .Section. 100 bed chamber with prl- a'e ba'hs 'fresn Snrf'ie water). High tliu rtheatra. eat, grille, 4c French ch'fa G 'f privileges Autoi mt trains nr. Mcl.i r-fn all r j, it. tho-IF-os rti. ROYAL PALACE Cottages.- Mruz Beach. ATLANTIC ClTY.N.J. CONVENIENT TO ALL AnUo fcPI tri I o Balhs.DictKitchen.0rchc5tra Capacity 600. Open all the lear ZymanJ.HbtnxixSttyi.yr ATI AMTICCITY.N.J. Ran. Hotel of DijimctioRswi RealComiort vmnraoov OAItAcl. CAPACITY 6QOa .-fmSSA TBI UADKC RXSORT HOUSE OFTUEWOUD ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. rT tUTlOWM HEALTH tUQt " HEALTH IS cmCIENCV A Gctsuclsc Cllwsic i4 Cltia ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920. ' i " . , i -, . , : nR.T ESTATE- -OUT OF CITV. ' New Jersey 8ale or Went, o. r, urninn, io ip a? j., pui. Arid. N, J.. ' l"n n'"rn horose U neonle. Write Mm. 5NGLEW00D.N.J.P i Wcalhcrhv ut Co.. fcnt Invood, IN. J f"X II I. K W O 1). N. J. Ilomea for Sale., 40 Dean Bt. lllrtwiiiiic . hi Sl't.KNF. A. WALSH, 81 East 125th SI. Fn'tory Site., u., It. nnu unnr rrnnii. Surr.n it, N. J., Real Est'tc, DwWi J,r(,i:.i: JOBS II. V. HECK CO, Station. Connecticut Sulo or Rent. 'I III 4 lienutlful linme miikt be Bold AT ONCR. liiratrd on (ilenlirook Itiiiyl lit Stamford, Conn. A Bargain at $28,000 This piuperli lionna has I VI ronniM. 3 lintlln, hot Miller heat, km, elec trlcltr. Ilenutlful erounda Hll'4S. tlme, Every I him In lt rliina condition. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION TliN .1011 ithould t nt once, I.DSI.IIi F. SMITH, 4(j Atlnntic St, Tel. !23Q .Stamford, Conn. A DELIGHTFUL FAMILY HOME I nrrn n lanni, t anion and orchard; . ii.i .I,..,!.. tr!...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 13 February 1920

16 PERSONALS. crni run immediately i on ' Piwa Tlclfj. DUi4i. rrertvu Stow? "4 to tin. rtrrtlr n4fiUU Est- JW r OBWTIffO.N-. JJ SI T. lOCWn EUJOTT r otktr ctorxl tsUji MpUre4 br Hiil Vlult Allfs t 2r4r ffm jrnt UJ to JJJ p tHlnt Ui U&UU Kw-llenH. , y. r VIOVTOOMKRY. l r s'" or tf,r If knurr if. tW. fsf p jr of ravmnu1ir trll rrss-r.'- iri'i nw U T !' " Jrc nrtJ i ctuui pmt r ar-aer tUlgiwi .ipCiTTi'TLVAyU. ' TME aa4mi(u4 will cot V? r"J"lW! ' .- , Jt lr.ern$ it r eat tl. mttr'.t perstesl ' Wll-UAM A. P.CSH- . yif. r-' lutaw Ik If?. Gftft Hsrttsrf C-jL "hu vevrrea t W t4a rwlec Beznte wairt 21t tvt- . i)ilvi ), I .1 V ter i ; MJ :t f irtnai t I,w ! f VHU f srt. W U H IK"- LOST AND FOUND. . P. M . Fetwr . t Ml 'J; black Utth.r poftf.Ilo cut cecuirdrr rrmtf!drf itluible to o?r vUli' Illrl nl efferr TWJ Jess-W. yKKO jt. MXPCTK. 1 mny t. lrST Pur. irlth omarr- nm to KilW, on St. Ni. b.i v- & ti!M it n t i M sodr INUERKfKlD rNDEHWOOD, ' ttih it rr4 offered. M xrei-r jlr--i;- retur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 February 1920

a! WEAfHR FORECAST. ; . 71 i rf4 riMfffllk Fair to-dAy; to-morrow fair and colder. IJ TIl P .-SBKIiBffiiiBK '11 1 1 Moderate West winds. 6kW I "BeStS 4 A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preserves the best traditions of each. In .combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. ORR HERALD , nigncat wmperijuro yeiiterday, 39j lowest, 33 "WBMWPMWWaiiiWlPmiii V- DeUtlid WMtMr reru will k (tuna ihs ditrUl 't M Tl . rv' V -W "m. T A "WW TT . AND THE NEW VOL. LXXXVII.-NO, 167 DAILY. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, fflMr-jSgSft.'&X & Xt to. . PRICE TWO CENTS , rmmamn IN NKW YOniC CITY AND BUMinna I ON TRAINS AND EUSKWHKnB WILSON FORCES LANSING TO RESIGN OFFICE; CHARGES SECRET AR YWITH USURPING POWER; OFFENCE LA Y IN CALLING CABINET MEETINGS WAR VETERANS j CALLED 0UTT6 ATTACK SHOW ' i Mayor Issues Appeal, In dorsed by Legion, to Arm With Pick and Shovel. FOOD TIEUP NOW SERIOUS Great Force Expected to Help Break Blockade $...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 February 1920

y mi suggested that Mr. La ruins might1 not have cared to be a colleague In the cabinet with Judge Payne. Another suggestion, advarfced by Senator Walsh (M6S7) wasr that- he had heard Judge. Iyne was to'- suc ceed Secretarr Lansing. That suggestion naj 'made W hlra several d4Xf ago, and be la wondering whetner 3 dirge 35iSP may be 1" the line of a TUieprmotkn from the Interior Department" to the"TState port- , Other Cqqutqutatt Prvba'jlc -That the President's charge can easily have tonsouences other lha. IV rtg- nation of hlsiSmetary of State, again t i viEom It t directed i not being over Vxd here. For It would seem to place the President In disagreement with his intlre official family, all of whom hive participate! In these roettlr.rs for months past vrllliout srnlng to se the action In the light that the President ' has. How seriously Mr. Wilson now views t there meetings Is revealed In his first letter of Inquiry directed to Hr. Lansing t last Saturdsr. In which In the vrr i ope...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 February 1920

THE SUN AljjfD NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1920. IP: HITCHCOCK ASKS If LODGE TO TAKE i NEW ARTICLE X, Submits Two Altornntivc Jlesprvntions ami Expects i 10 Democratic Votes, j BOTH A UK UXACCKl'TABLE llppultlican Lender Insists on Ifir. Own Draft and Treaty Ho)os Decline. gftrmi in Tur. Sri imi New Yok llrpit.p, Washington, Feb. 13. The outlook for ratification of thn German pence treaty was dltnme d to-day as a rrsult or the submission of n proposal by Sena tor IhtWicoeli (Neb.), acting Demo cratie leader, looking to agreement on the reservation to Article X. of the League of Nations. Mr. Hitchcock submitted two form? for this reserva tion, either of them acceptable to twentv-elRht Democrats whose names irro attached. Until propojals were outHde the possibility of neeeptani o h the Itepiihllcans. Mr. Hlti'licork mi.) lie vrted to have the nlsna tures nf fortj Democrats to hla pro poMl at the llnlsh of his poll. Seniitni- Lodge (Mrfss.). the Kcpubll ran leader, said he ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 February 1920

4 CRMG STOMPED BY HEW RECORD BUDGET Increased Hcotal Will Allow 3700,000,000 More for Realty Valuation. 1IAXY CLASHES IX BOARD . Comptroller and ) allsteln hi-. cliancre Pleasantries About "Bail." Comptroller CSari I- Crali ldl- eated yeaterday b-lore the Board of;Marora prorlamatlan at an cSclal , vana o.- w eowrgeacy " , y "... T,. , ,f ,v. a, ' notlftcatlon from th Sute hadjaar- raployed by the Street Cleaning De Eatlmau that the Wiitet of the dty '-(gL. wfft mt Um nUht frtrr.er.t In Brooklyn al q-M. i New Tork for 1I1 probably wl exceed aa airalsrt tie record bsdfet or i:7J.!. for the correct J ear. intt how the entire tatr'at U to be met the Comptroller did bo. r- The Comptroller, however. dM predkt that approximately IK.W. of it probably will be reallred from a hither valuation or real eitate based upon laereiKd rentals. . Tfce lacr?a In real eetate valuation for iaxatfoo. Ur. Cnt.lt W. would be about t;4,,M. Fifteen ffillllon dwlart of the laerea J In the Oil b-jdret wlfl be ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 February 1920

.MT-T .. e i i.. n -if ti mi; ' -nfc 'i.r-T. ii-.-.j- rry.il THE SUN AND NEW YORK. HERAED, ' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1920. ' 5 , I AMT8EMENTS, 1 ' AJTCgEJfEN'ty " " SUFFS ARE CHEERED BY WILSON LETTER 2,000 in Chicago Convention Jlnktf Wild Demonstration ns Hissivo Is Hciul. IB INDORSES NEW LEAGUE Decision Will Bo Mnde on Vot ers' Organization at To day's Session. ft a Staff forraponitnt of Tnt St'N in Nut York lit sun. rmcAGo, Keb, 13. President Wilson has Indorsed the new National League ef Women Voter!, a political orraulia iion Into which, tlio National American Woman Fiiffragi) Association f to bo mwl. "In message, read to-duy be fore a catlierlni; of more than 2,000 ionien attendlnf? tlm openlnK of the liftv-timt annual convention of the suf frage asMKlHtlon, ttas greeted with it Ktnrni of applause. The President's telegram of coiiRratn Utiou on achievement awl Indorsement of future poller came as a cllmnic to the ratification outburst UKtlru three fluartcri of an hour. The gold...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 February 1920

. 6 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1920, FLU EPIDEMIC IDS; HO MORE BULLETINS Bales for Working Honrs In Ofice, Stores and Theatres to Be Cancelled Monday. tvt. i rrrr ti i irTDr TO T (Y DEATH JJA 1 L lli-ltr. 13 LlMi Dr. Concland Sncreests Steps JJr' -i'l,0"u ufei- f Be Taken to End Bnsh Hour Jams on Railways. Health CramUitetHr Rorl 8. Cof i.. mmmr-A mitAay that In Tiew L';;nrS:;NEWYORK CHURCHES et the Health Departrstst fctsMfonh . will be dlfcoontinatd, and UfinnUs next i Monday aii rt3iuoe- geTtmic the worklnt hoen of ttortJ. theatre- and ol Ccea will be caneetted. Dr. Cepesd. bowertr, loot the op-rfasity to ani that itorta ari Us o51e Tolttarlry put Into effect focie rytltm to So away with the roih hour Jania. There to m no reuon why the openlnj and cloitsr hour, which baTe been so thterfully foilowtd by the btul reu bouf. factortt and theatre, ibcwld be continued afwr Sunday. Feb ruary IS." be laVt "Ptrnw-lly. I leel that Krtrtt permanent uitra of arracr l...

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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