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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD. SATURDAY? FEBRUARY 14. 1920. V ' 7 I I I "I ' ' I"""' - I ' , , ,. , , -.-I- I I. I - - '" '' ' SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD l : ' . . 1 it CARLSBAD EAGER TO GREET AMERICANS I)r. Tynmucr Arrives With 3fp.ssffo to Frielitls of tho World's Great Ilesort. XEVElt PART OF GERMANY Visitor to Remain in U. S. Sev eral Weeks Will Go to Washington. Carlsbad, which hundreds of thousands to whom It has endeared Itself esteem the queen of European Spas, stands with open arms ready and eager to welcome hack to Its delightful environment and Its healing waters Its hosts of American friends. One of the passengers who arrived In New York on Thursday aboard the Holland-America Lino steamship Nleuw Amsterdam was Dr. D. Tyrnauer of Carlsbad, medical counsellor and physi cian in chief of the Municipal Institutes for Physical Therapeutics. Dr. Tyrnauer needs no introduction to America, having i.ilted hero more than onco before. In his apartment In tho Hotel Plata...

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

V 8 W be mt THE NEW YORK HERALDtio"-'. MrX pol-npep im-nxi .prlatUms for be fiscal JBf with July 1 have been made by tae ygr tqbk. gATtuPAr, feb. h. present Congr! tlwr will I found to TUB SL'N.IIEHALU COItPOBATlOX, nuukui, xae wa"r i XHwaxt, Vk-prlds d Trsstsr, U-! II. TUaencstea, Ktfttrr. ' KrmrAu nutea. .Jsfc '"J d'X,i' 82 t W roals. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATE. st t muuijh Wr, Oae fix Oa f Mil., Post!. T.ar. "!. Hir AILY flCNtMr..lli l.t II " DAlEr mil ........ W KtfXDAT orly 4 t CIKPAT on.y Ctutl I , -t. Fr ; osleu tit of lb lllstilSJ4 mw add u yr ur r ,1,r 4 finals r rdltlau. - - FOREIGN RATE-'. 1JAILT A FUNDAT. K HXXD I14I XIAlLT ttr 1 Ui .(A aL'.vDAT o:y . . .. xs tis All cheeks, mesty ordtrs. Ac, saad nrt; is T. Fan-llfri:i. IT" t U Eanpnm KJHta. PaVUihM lo firti rttrr dr U Iki rf I"rtc is pr caltiai. CvuUr. PA: OFfE, 4 AVEXUE DE lcftrtin (strcUr tirtrttrisx rti fr tb Eurptn Kiiilon mar U tuttt fa lit nukitt Nw Trk 1.2 ct. Tb Alt4 Pf It i-'hIt!t i- ' Utl4 to ts u fur fT?aS.!ltIl...

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

T9ffWrVliTOtyy' 'vi- '-w" wrWf ' MR. IS. 6. LOEWS DAUGHTER ENGAGED Miss unrbnm Baker Loow to Bo Brido of Jlr, Edwin Main Post, Jr. FAMILY WIDELY KNOWN Mr. (Icorgo 1 Baker Her flrniHlfathcjv-Hor Dobut Made in Newport. Mr. ami Mr W. Qoadby I-oow of 862 Mmllcon avenue have announced tho pfipagi'iiifiit of their eldest daughter. Mini Barbara Bakor Loow, to Mr. 1-d-win Muhi I'ost, Jr.,. of thts city. The engagement lj of Interest not only in thu fty but tn Westbury, U I.. New port, H. I., ami Tuxedo Turk. .Since lier Introduction to socloty two jears ngo Miss Iioew has been promi nent In the ltfo of Newport, where Iwr parent have a villa, and It wan there that fhe wan Introduced. In the spring ami autumn sho has been vi;. isr parents at their place at Vetury, ofien attending tho race meets held at Belmont I'urk Terminal or riplng Rock. Sho also la frequently at tho Metropol nan opera with her parente, her grand father, Mr. 'Oeorge F. Maker, having a box i hero and belna one of the direct...

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

i," J. . r I THE SUN 3NP NEW YOBg HERALD, SATUBDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1920, Gwnfc anJ iRe Sox Wll Play a Lengthy Schedule of Twenty-one Games on Preliminary Spring Trip MM TRIP OF GIANTS AND RED SOX Prom Texas to Polo Grounds the Teams Will Play 21 Ex hibition Games. HIGH PRICE OF THE WAR American League Split Said to Hare Cost 60,000 Re ported Deals Brewing. BASEBALL BOARD TQ ENp DISPUTES Majors and Minors Make "Gentlemen's" Agreement. WORLD'S HARK FOR YALE SWIMMERS Chicago, Feb. 1J. The raxjw nit minor baseball ltagsei decided at their Wa! meeting here to-day to continue work under the "frsUtsitnV' agree- tttst wbleh prevailed laxt year, with one chxage the appointment of an arbi- tratloa board to handle all dlspcles. Tib lean win coexist of two members. the chairman of the National CommU sion aad oce representative from the miner leagues. A third man not ccra Bected with aajr baseball organisation will be chosen to cast the deciding 4ot in case of a deadlock. He will be known aa the r...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 February 1920

- , .... . . ; : THE SUN-'' AND NEW YOBK HE&ALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY i4, 1020..' Judging df Variety Classes, Leading Up to Best Dog Award To-day, Features Doings at Westminsfar Kennel Shojp 1 1 SEVERAL NAMED FOR BEST DOG OF SHOW Top Honor to Bo Awarded hia Afternoon Will Develop "Fine Contest. "WYCOIJiAK BOY LEADER nt ..,., nt Vclioi'nfr Alsft Tq I'h.'intoin of asucioic Also is Mentioned So ArtrTrvo Greyhounds. Vi'D tho Judging for tho best dog of nil breeds In the exhibition scheduled t0 hi Matted at 2 o'clock this afternoon good deal of tho Interest at the West minster Kennel' Club's show at Grand reniral l'alacc yesterday centred In tho relative merits of tho leading can didates for tho highest honor In Araer-it-an dogdoin. 1 ijierts agreed that there aro at least ftvo formldablo aspirants for the supremacy, and among them once moro is round the Pekingese Phantom of Afiu'roft, which was reserve to Cham ri.in Haymarkct Faultless two years ugo The Phantom la owned by tho Yanklbo...

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

m J 12 THE, SUN , AND NEW YORK HE)RALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1920. llf Plione, Itector 5000 JosepMhal&Co. 120 Broadway, New York Members New York Stock Exchange Foreign Securities il Private Wires to Principal Cities FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Stock Market Recovers Early Losses and Proceeds to Strong; Close. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES. Friday, February 13, 1920. 1920. Day's sales , i... 1,338,222 Year to dato i. 30,773,803 r-Cloilai Did. 'is. 11TSK TS LED BY r STEEL Rally Takes In Industrials and 1?ails Also Feci Good Ef fect of Turn. J. K.Rice, Jr. &Co. Will Buy 60 Chllds lip.taiirutil Com. JSCroMrll 1'ulil, Com, (10 lllmmind Ice Ic t'oul Com. 25 Hocking Valley It). SCO Kerr Nmlgntlon lOOKIrhy Lumber Com. I'M. 80 .Nile. Heme nl-l'nml Cum. Ml Niitlnnul l'nel Cia 100 Nat Ice A f oul HI A 1(1 I'M. to North Ither lnnrntirn 100 I'ullic lVm Phonograph ion Parent) Mniiufnrliirliia; 100 Tenia I'aclUr Cmil Oil AO V. S. Fire Insiiriiiire KHI Hurd Ilaklmr : 100 Wnril Unking I'f....

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

.TW" .A THE SUNJANB; NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, .1920... i 13 1 PRICE OF COTTON RISES $150 A BALE Xiocnl Market Is Strongest of Jinny Wcclts and Closes. Near Top. ADVANCK IN' LIVERPOOL Final Quotations Horo Arc Not 95 to UO Points Hlffhcr and Spots Up 70. The cotton market wixb yesterday tho mronRCSt of many Tveeka and reflected principally licavy covering by prominent Wall Street Interests and buylnj by Liv erpool, bldn of $5 to nearly 8 a bnl moro than Wcdnesday'H finals belnc made. Hulls laid stress on recuperative, powor shown by sterling oxchawra and the Htock market In Its late business. Tho broad rise In Liverpool was of moro than usual effect. Tho strong spot ultu atlon also was commented on, and tt was pointed out by many welt Informed traders that March contracts were In very stronir handH and that few tenders were expected. Certificated Htock here aim Is small. At the opening tho market's ton wan Arm, first sales scoring net advanoes of 35 to 48 points. There...

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

14 ' .jxr ,-i -m-f s.una- sainno. GardenCity Hotel f Garden City, Long Island. An exclusive American plan hne with a la cur'- restaurant for motorlt. NACIIKIM 1IATHS . . HYDROTHERAPY & ELECTROTHERAPY Under Competent medical supervision. .Frequent electric trnlna from I'enn, flit, Sptciil Winter Pates Nov. to Kay. J, J, LANNIN CO., Irop. Atlantic City. TH& BEACH AND THE BOARDWALK' r r nnv ATIAHTIC CITY f iDDOSI ILL I 2 A Yj LZ. at .A I i II . nOSPIIADLL'ilUntUrtC. ALWAYS OPEN JA W; , HOTEL L (irrupting the entire bloc; of oreiin fmnt In the fii.li Inrmlilr Chelsea Section. 103 bed chambers ulth private baths (fresh and tea water). High clans orcheatra, cafe. grille, 4c, French chefa. Golf privileges. Autoa meet trains. Booklet. Open all year. .i. it. Thompson a co. RiWAI. PALACE UHOTELCOTTAGES-j. orvthaOcacKAl LANiii- ii i x.i.j. CONYEFilENT TO ALL AMUSEMENTS ScaBalhs. DictKitchcn.Orchcjtra Capacity 600. Open, all the Tfear ZymurXH(itroasSteyifft Br Ilotel riafiton XOxentirou...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 February 1920

WVi",?ii(' THE SUN AND NEW YORK PBRXlD, SATURDAY, ' FEBRUARY ' 14, 1020, CITY RUM. ESTATE. Akere BMh 6t.-4th At. to North JUxtr. EXCEPTIONAL INVESTMENT at PRE-WAR COST OF PRODUCTION Modern 9 Story Fireproof Apartment House . ISA" x 101) Ccntrnl Park West, S. W. Cor. 00th St. Tentative plans have been prepared, showing that Building can easily be altered into Hotel without material structural changes, BING & BING 110 West 40th St. , ' Bryant 0110 Brokers Fully protected. ' FOR SALE OR LEASE BLOCK FRONT East Side BrOadwau 82d to 83 d Street" 204 fect on llroadway 140 feet in depth Two story taxpayer now on property Possession May 1st, 1920 BING & BING 110 West 40th St. Bryant 0110 Brokers Fully Protected. PRIVATE HOUSE WEST OO'fl. NEAR WK8T END AV. Beautiful modern IT (t. Amerlrst, basement, CAN SHOW PLANS. B A RNARD. Tel, 60-New RosicHe, N. Y, AMERICAN tuseji'i!, 4V stiirjes, TOlIi St., ct ot llroadway j tiirdwuod trim; fine floors: riM'lon 00 dsys. UlFFOttI). 125 Riverside, ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 14 February 1920

J V Be i aw -r . .. ,. " 1 - 1 - PERSONALS. CASH 1UMEDIATKLT FOB Tlcktli. Diamond. ITKlouj 8tw , Jtwtlrrj klrlctlr nndalll. Kit. K0J10OT8TO.V8. 0 Stti ' ;K. K cor. CM t. Tl &Hl-VJgrtHt. JTJIH unUrlinJ will not fcs rionlMj fsr wr Uatm locurr.d by nr on omr tfain n7Ml( p.ronj. . nnsiL !VIU, Dot bt r"lbl for drtiti tww't bB wlfe. HEXBV A KOUI'. LOST AND FOUND. rOBT In I. 11. T. obwy lrin bout o:S P. .. February . it BTtn ft. HicX. I.ath.r portfolio ci "uii1,? imnuiiiiiiii'i v.luabli to owner qnir. Ilbtnrtrmanl Mttti. . TUoo Jom-w rilKD A. LAKDECR. 1 tlbfrtjft. XOflT Puri, with oKMfi .n"!.Z HUt it. 10.10 P. it. BuniUir. Htrn W UNDEKWOOD A U.VDEIIWOOD. J K JM& !.; reward offered, and wou d rc ppreciai rmrn 01 penoni " WST-SoUd dUmond , watch, wlin Jf' jWbockari liberal reward. Return to Inform, lion DeiSt. Hold Knickerbocker, 4M it.. New York City. . J.OST CEHTIK1CATE NO. AMI for . . m . . , . l i i.BiitM.nt rnin. nam 01 viangnm .""'""V JiT... ny itoek In name of Alice U Tltu. Jr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

S$nu WEATHER FORECAST. Rain or snow to-day ; to-morrow cloudy and colder. Northwest winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 44; 'lowest, 30 l)tlld weather reports will be round on the editorial pa. 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. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 168 DAILY. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920.-JSlMdTi:rW,,aw T. . i. 102 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS 5 In Manhattan, nrooblrn anil jnroni. Kluewhfre 10 Centi, HYLAN DOES BIT WITH ARMY OF SNOWFIGHTERS Cussing by Truckman and Ducking by Firemen Do Not Deter Him. ItAIX HELPS THE WORK Streets in Food Districts on West Sfde Now Well Opened. LEGIOX RESPONSE SLOW More Surfaco Cars Move Downtown Sections Are Objectives- To-day. Thf Mayor of the city of New York vent forth yesterday to see how his fre.it army of snow shovellers was progressing. He was somewhat dis appointe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

""r "f TT'" i 2 4 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920. PRESIDENT'S DISMISSAL OF LANS INCj CONDEMNED BY THE' PRESS II m at (ha Caoltol ta.ntv that frtinn. J l!. he PMlb"'Jr of tho demand for the icklnc ll contact with the Exccu Jive, no Cabinet officer teem to Hno 1 Jut It tfw mado clear thot for.the time f Win; at leut no other Cabinet reletta. "on are lllvtly to follow u a result of the Lane im IneldrnL Under Secretary of Btato Polk auto Jnatlcally becamo Acting Becretary of oiaio io-uay, nnl can remain to without special deMirnntlon for a period of thirty lay. , Notification of hs temporary charw of the Btato Pepartment waa sent to all diplomatic officer throughout the world. Speculation regarding Mr. Lan- Mr( Polk, Ambaesador Davis and Secre J tary of War linker. Hut Mr. Polk uMini by Ion odd to have. th beet chance. tl Iiellcrpd lolk Would Accent. t. t. .. , ... , w. i oner, though hla health none too v!r j oroua. Having been In ParU Mr. Polk J , " viiw. fall ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

3 . INQUIRY BY CONGRESS. IS URGED BY MANY JOURNALS THE SUN AND NW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920. WILSON PEDAGOGIC, SAYS WATTERSON Dcclnrcs Lansing's Iteslgnar tion No Surprtoo to Ono Famil inr With Administration. THIRD TERM IMPOSSIBLE Pictures President as "Fancy ing Ho Had the- World in a Sling." Sptdal lo Tnn Sun inn Nsw Yok JUiuin. M1UII, Fla., Feb. li, Henry Watter .mi wns naked by tho correspondent of Tun Hun and New Yonic Herald to-day tn say something about the Wllson 1ir.slnfr aftalr unci replied: , "To one who has followed with atten tion tho doings of the Administration rm-lu nt Washington tho fracas between the President, and hla erstwhile Secretary cf Slate will occasion no surprise. A Mtch of soma sort has long teemed cv. dent. It will bo recalled that last fall Mr. Lansing went off fishing, leaving itrtMn questions unanswered, touching in apparent disagreement. Now we learn that away back in Paris the Secre tary displayed tho temerity of consider' Ing his sou...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERAtD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 192,0. 4H- i ALLIES SEP MEW NOTE TO HOLLAND- jbtorcmc Council Mnkes Frcsli Remand Signed by Lloyd George. SPANISH CABINET AGREES TO REMAIN But Minuter of Public Works Qaiti Office. ifinitm. Fkh. 14 Foliowtn (he reil .nation of Amallo Olmeno y Cabana. Mlnhttr or Public works, I'rtmier aiar tendered the rwlgnatlon of the en tire Cabinet. Ktne Alfonso reaffirmed hU confidence In nor Bataxar and the Cabinet will remain In office. Senor Olmeno'a retirement ha i been fiiTTTjTTCir TH CP iriCTV VP ' advocated by some sections or uw ffiUKKISJl PALI IAKLu l-i prM, on the cround that normal condl- i uuna wum nub uq m " llnnla trfcll Tim a member of the Cabinet, since he waa btllered to rep resent the policy W rormer rremier Homahocee, who U Iwlnf held respon sible -In home ruartra for the recent dismissal of Mllara Bosch aa Captain General of Catalonia. Premier Salaaar will a fume the Pub lic Work portf&llo vacated by Senor Glmeno'a resigna...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

THE 'SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD,. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920. - j, " Store Hours 9 A. M. to 5 P. M. Victrolas Exclusively At McCreery's FiftKfFIqor . " ' ' James McCreer? & Co Little Folks' Barber Shop Gentle, careful hands cut and trim the children's hair in correct, childish styles " 1 Third Floor 5th Avenue , on Monday 30i Street Jn the' Mid-Winter Sale of Furniture mam These McCreery "Master-Made" Dining Room Suites Are 13 to 12 Less Than Regular Prices Ten Piece Suite, Chippendale Model, in Walnut or Mahogany, consisting of Buffet, China Cabinet, Serving Table, Extension Table, five side Chairs and one Arm Chair. regularly 1095.00, 547.50 ' Ten Piece Suite, Italian Renaissance Model, in Mahogany or Walnut, consisting of Buffet, China Cabinet, Serving Table, Extension Table, five Side Chairs and one Arm Chair. regularly 1175.00, 587.50 Ten Piece Suite, William and Mary Model, in Walnut or Mahogany, consisting of Buffet, China Cabinet, Extension Table, Serving Table, five Side Ch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY IB, 1920. JIGHT FOR TREATY MOST START ANEW r MicocU Proposal Will He- fujnlrc Separate Action on men iteflervnuont x 1ESS 11QPE OF HARMONY Additional Ilcptiblicnns Go on Record ns Opposed to Demo cratic Overtures. ttttftl to Tut 8cx d Nsw Taw niiuo, Wasiiimgtok, Feb, H. Whert th German pace treaty comm More the Bemte Monday discussion wilt start ni completely Mir as when It was Inau- eurated with the flnt submission of me treaty. This !i the result of the proposal sub. milled by Senator Hitchcock (Neb.), actlnc Democratic leader, looking to ft new reservation to Article X. There was the poaslblllty that a new series or mervatlons en Wos might be laid before the Senate and consider! under a single vote, but the Hitchcock pro posal roado It appirent that the matter would iro back to lt first stales. Every reservation will have to be con sidered separately; It will be open to cmendmcnu and substitutes. The en tire list will require to txi s...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

MIM4. r.lHJ..,t ft. ' I . , ' ' THE SUN AND isuvV YUKK JiratALD, .SUNDAY, lmwoAKY 15, 1920. FINDS MAN DEAlJ WITH HEAD CRUSHED Body in StrcctSappb'scdt to Bo That of John W. Watt of The Bronx. The body of a man whoso rMu linil fccni crushed, npparently by tho wheel of un automobile, u found by a watch man last night In th centre of tho road way In front ot tho building at 147 West I'orty-nlntli street. Letters and otlicr papers found In tho man's pockets In dicated that ho waa John Wilson Watt cf 2399 Walton avenue, Tho Bronx. The detectives who were assigned to the case said a man of that name was tho manager of tho Reo Motor Com pany's offlco at Gerard avenuo and If Oth street Xo witnesses to, the accident could be found.. Tho position of tho body Indicated It had been dragged from the centre of the roadway 'out of tho way of other vehicle. There It waa found by Edward Cahlll. a watchman em ployed In the block. AMHERST ALUMNI CHEERS LANSING Diners Addpt Resolution of Confidence in ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

8 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920. SLAS STAND FOR WILSON LINE .Unlikely to Accept Either the Paris Compromise or the London Pact. refuses io discuss the note sent br th Allies to him or hii rtplr. which la not yet completed. The peace conference discussed the Adriatic situation again to-day but 09 announcement concerning any decision reached la made. TO BEOBGANIZB- CABINET Sav Internationalization of ! Fiumc Leaves Italy in Con trol of Gnlf. Special Cable. Cap, rifht. br TBI He X New YosK 1U. Lo.vdo.v, Keb. U. The Jugo-Slavs will not accept ejther the Tarli compromise or the London pact, according to ad vices from Belgrade. The Government if to be reoranlied next week so as i to form a coalition to take a definite Stand for the wuaon line ss me mini num Adriatic settlement, according to Information obtained bjr Tur Sun and New Tor4 He&ald from the highest au thorities. This meins that the Adriatic problem Is far from being settled, as the Council of Three ...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, ' FEBRUARY 15, 1920. to. WADSWORTH FIGHT INSUFFCONVENTION isolation Thanking Will IL Hays Construed as Approval of Miss Hay's Stand. TAItTISANISM AN ISSUE 3Ic'rgcs Into National Loniruo ' of Women Voters With 2,- 500,000 Members. Bv a Staff Corrtiponient of Tun Sun and New Toik Hiu.u. Chicago, Feb, 14. By passlne reso lutions thanking the chairman of the Republican National Committee and the cti&Jrman of the Democratic committee for their support In the flsht for the franchlee the National American Wo man Suffrage Association In convention here to-day manifested Its nonpartisan policy. This policy was tho keynote of a later session when tho association, which has existed for fifty-one years, was merged Into the National League of Women Voters, with a UeVgatlon representing two and a half million members. Into the Republican resolution many delegates read a deeper meaning. It Is eo worded that It might be Interpreted to mean that the women vot...

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

1 i THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1020, 10 J m Mi 1 i PALMER COHTROL OF r KilliAK IS AT A KK ) 900,000,000 Added to Living Cost by Ills Mismanage ment, la Charge. ALMBALL EEFDSES TO TALK JIOUPE INQUIRY ASKED President Also Is JllamctWor an Era of "Atrocious Profiteering." Reveal. Letter Denrlnar Any lle- flcctlon on Governor. lUymond F, Almlrall, foreman of the Extraordinary Grand Jury, when seen ! at hli home. ICG Kaat Plftv.thlrd etreeL. ilecllced to comment upon th'o letter tuiarcsiea 10 mm oy ins uovcrnor. in view or its publication, however, Almlrall raid ha had decided to make public the letter which he, as for nan nf the Orand Jury, aent to Oov, rfmlth on January 21 In that communication Mr, Almlrall acknowledge! receipt of a letter from the Governor and aayi; "Though your Excellency and the Orand Jury I may honestly differ In the Interpreta tion of the law the Grand Jury recog nize the need of action rather than of discussion. Nothing la further re mo vod...

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