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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

'(11' v,n -fi n THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1920. ' 11 SAYS FARMERS TIRE OF LABOR CONTROL I, B. Klrkwood, Kansas City Editor, Predicts Ecaction Against Democrats. PROGRESSIVE IS NEEDED Believes a Man of Leonard Wood's Typo Is Needed in Trcsent Emergency. Comfrnntlon over tha way In which tha rrent Administration tn Washing ton hi") allowed Ubor to run In on tho capita, place tho stop' watch on It, de mand Increased wages and Ret them,' riid a dtep wated de'termlnatlon to elect (or Prctlilont a man with prorreanlvo Ideas and a will to settlo domcitlo prob Itms first and tahe cara of International iffalrs afterward that, according to I. It. Klrkwood. editor of tho Kanaaa City Star, formerly national committee man of the rroifrcsalve party In Mis souri, and son-in-law of the Into William Rockhlll Nelson, ono of tho foremost Journalists of the ige, la tho state of mind of tho avcrago man and woman of the Central West and particularly of the farmers. Mr Klrkwood, wh...

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

rut" jr.,'(W,'r:v 'J V 1. 12 44 AND . ,THE NEW YORK HERALD. founded ma-isas. NEW TORK, SUNDAY, FED. 15. 1020. ' XIIB 8UN-IIERAI.D CORPORATION, Publishers, !M Broadway. Frank A. Munsey. President. Ervln Wardman. Vlce-preeldenti Wm. T. ewart, Vice-president end Treasurer! It 1!. Tltherlngton, Secretary. NEWHSTANI) I'RICES. Dally, two rente it copy in new ior city and suburb and thro cent else wberei Kundey, Ore cental rlaewhere, ten CCUIS. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION HATES. East of Mississippi iif nm ft I r on By Mail, Postpaid. Yf. Mentha, Month. DAILY SUNDAY. .111.00 6.00 $1.00 DAILY only 9.00 4.50 .85 BIINHAV nnl. 4 00 2.25 .40 BUNDAY only. Canada B OO 3.23 .55 For all point! west of the MlllPPl River add $1 a year tor dally or dally and Sunday editions. FOREIGN RATES, DAILY t SUNDAY.. S2.0O $13.30 $2.40 DAILY only IA.00 0.00 1.50 SUNDAY only 0.75 3.12 . All checks, money orders, Ac, to be made payable to The Bun-Herald, European Edition. TublUhed In Parla every day In the year. Price In Par...

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

THE s SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920. 4- 13 7 ISS SHERMAN AND MR. REMSEN WED Danglitcr of Mrs. Herbert A. Sherman Married ? " 1 in Bye. . ' . i RELATIVES ATTEND THEM Both of Distinguished Ameri I can Lincngc Dr. and Mrs. I C. Ttcmsen His Parents. , facial to Tni Sen Attn Nsw Yoik HiaitD. nn, N- T.. Feb. 14. Miss Anna Bhrman, daughter of Mrs. Herbert A. Sherman of New York and Ilye, wan married hero to-day In Christ Church to Mr. William Kemsen, eon of Dr. and Mrn Charles Remsen of 800 Madison avenue, New York. Both, bride and fcrldegroom aro members of old Arneri an families. One o her ancestor was Boger Sherman, signer of the. Declara Hon of Independence, and Mr. Remaen's ancestor were among the early settlers ot New York. The ceremony wag performed by tne Rev. n. Townscnd Henshaw. rector of the church. A reception for a small company wits held at Ttntern Hall, Mrs. Sherman's home. Mr. Roger 8herman save away his sister, who wa attended by MIm lilUaboth Sherman,...

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

au THE SUN" AND NEVy YORK HERALD, SUNPAT, FEBRUARY 15, 1920, 14 4 , 1 J IHISS FARRAR AGAIN CHARMING AS ZAZA Famo of Hor Sew Impersona tion Brings Largo Audience to Metropolitan. 1 Th roatine audlsnca t th MeUo . poliUn Opera House yeterdr ht& an j opportunity to tnjoy Leoncavallo's "ZtM" with Miss Ctratdine Farrar In ! tho name part That the fame of the new Impersonation liad spread far end ' trlde wan ahown by the large Ue of the ' assembly. MIm Farrar repeated her ex cellent delineation of the character of tho unhappy vaudeville slnrer. a role in , irhlch she haa achieved a. eenuine euc ' cess. Mr. Crlml araln was the DufrcMne and Mr. Arnito once more tare hln ad mlrablo Impersonation of Cosearf. In thin part tho popular barytone has ' gained new distinction by hla arUsUcal lr planned acting and Blnglng. The other members of Iho cast were the name as before, wcept that MIm Mane Tiffany replaced Miss Cecil Avden aa lime. Dufretne. In the evening Albert WolfTa operatic version o...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, PEBUUABY 16, lflSO. TEACHERS DIFFER ON JOINING LABOR Education Association Wears Opponents and Advocates !;' of Affiliation " Dll. SXEDDKN AGAINST IT Afternoon Occupied in Ad dresses and No General i Debate. At .1 luncheon of tho rubllo IWucfttlon Anoclntlon at tho Hotel McAlpIn yes trnliy Ur. David Sneddon of Teachers' ColleK. Columbia University, and for mer State Commlfwloner of tabor of Mass.ii'huMtts. said In reference to tho .American Federation of Labor: America Is ready at any time to Wot out with sreat ilercotiesa any ijroup that nil! not live up to methods' of fair p(ay. In Hie past many (rroups'lri tills countrj'' hit rearlicd the rtylnf ftliaro IJiOj' Tin' puonc do aainnru. jsonio Amen i, in .ire looking to scf If a new faction In ilic labor movement la to repeat tho words uttered by Vanderbllt forty years I ir. Sneddon was arguing tho nesa 1 five rido of tho question Tor discussion (it tlie luncheon Whether or not teach trs fhould af...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920. THE SUN n " v i : ' " : I SOT J Isssssssssssssu' SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF jf .a. u 23 SHIPS jTho Manchuria Bound for , Hamburg, Wlioro American Emblem Is Earlty. Of tho twenty-threa passenger ana i rnall cnrrylns steamships represented on tho chart to-day twelvo ore bound for (puropean porta and eleven for New jji'ork. Only two fly the American flag, j Conspicuous in the eastbound fleet Is Ijho Adriatic (D-3) of the White Star ' Line, with a largo number of passengers for Plymouth. Cherbourg and Southamp ton. The Ortega (P-l). also of the Svhlte Star service. Is well on her way io Liverpool. Tho American liner pltnnchurla (D-B) Is on her second trip to Hamburg, where tho Stars and Stripes frying over American hulls Is a rarity. igho Is only a short distance out irom ' Bandy Hook. j Tho queen of tho Holland-America heet. tho Rotterdam (P-13), bound for 'Plymouth, Cherbourg, and Rotterdam, 'Is eight days out and Is drawing near j(he Engli...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY,' FEBRUARY 15, 1020. 17 J IMS OF LONDON ANDERSON RENEWS . BARRED HOOYERIARONWADSWORTH . jThrco Months Thoro Mado Says Senator's Apparent Ac- Even Thought of Allcgianco Ohnngo Impossible ANCESTORS A1SO FACTOR Qnakcr Forobenra Would Havo Turned Over in Graves, Ho Writes Friend. Hrbfrt Hoover flatly denies ha has ratio Application for British eltttenahlp. In a Utter to a classmate. In Stanford University lie declares his Quaker an cestors would turn over In their Braves to learn that such n thing were true. , Writing to Casper V. Hodgson ot Tonkers. who for somo tlmo had been urglnc him to mako reply to tho varied and repeated attacks, tho former Food Administrator rhow3 a senso of humor sometimes lacking In public men. I'lendlng "guilty to tho criminal charge" of pursuing his profession abroad, Mr, Hoover says he feels hla accent was disinfected from foreign taint by presence In the United States i for a part of each year, except' three. After repea...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

18 THE SUN AND WW, YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920. OUTPUT OF STEEL INGOTS DECREASES tjjroduction In January Shows . Drop of 141,116 Tons in Twclvd Months. I THR T OP Af . RAKIK" ST A TRKf RNT5? I V . J , ) Average Figures for Week Elided1 Saturday, Fob. 14, 1920. MEMBERS OP FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM. fffl IRON GAIN SURPRISES j increase Does Not Meot Needs ; and Finished Steel Is Await L ing Shipment. I iilllljlliimni twi'ivt i i i Chsso National Hunk. . Fifth Avenue name. ....... Commercial Kurharute Uank, Commonwealth Hnk. .... IJnooln National Bank. .'. . . rinrtlfld National Dank Fifth National Bank Hm board National nanlc. , . . Ulwrt v Nations! nanlc. Coal and Iron Nat. nanlc. . , union Kirnanco nat. uanu. J 15,000,000 m.r.uisj 200,000 400,000 1,000,00(1 1,000,000 1.000,000 1,000,000 fi.000,000 I.mw.iHHi 1,000,000 Brooklyn Trust Co ''KS-JSJ! itanicrr iruai .o. ,i. . . II. S. Mortffam & Trust Co Oiiarantv Tnist Co, Fidelity Trust Co Columbia Trust. Co rooplns Tmst CO No...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

T-i"'7"-"""3""' l THE -SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1920, ') m 119 , Yl NEWFOUNDLAND HIT ( BY BLOCKADE OF ICE Every Bay Is Frozon for First Timo in 100 Years Suf fering Intonse. , 5efaJ Comipondtnct ot Tan Sow AKD Niw YonK ninu. ST. John's, Newfoundland. Ftb, 7. The Liberal neform CJovernmjint, now coniolldattd by th lCtlon In Q dis trict of St. John's West of It A. Squires and II. J. Brownrlcar to the of fices of Prima Minister and Finance Mlnliter respectively, U faced with In dustrial problems unprecedented In tho history of Newfoundland. Owing t0 continuous snowstorms, tho Reld Newfoundland Company was un able to run any trains In January, and It I, certain that all railway trarflo will bo abandoned until spring belns. The Intense frost, reaching it dem-ees below wo, has made matters still more se riou. the whole Island being", for four weeks, In a state of natural bloflkado by - . .. Every bay Is frozen over sufficiently to drive horses from side to side, a sta...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

33 , tanrtxcjoi. jr tx idivib jam) innin: nun J4r nr . T linnnuti . 3m .v; mHf 3njtVUm ,, tifc i iiTim iJnwm from- IKi w tto-v iMtjans r not.. lltt Tfinti. TlirmK. in.- xj;niri:iir. ycannKun awil'3i w 40 EAST 43TB STREET S. IT- Cnr. TjsnfltssuH. Ave. l-rV jM9 r.wa. Tiiu? j--; ---- yw u imw m Met- totem ift KffjMtnt: Mi' far fytftiwm. v- EXHIBITION A3S S&LE drE. ROTABLE CXUJZCTZO$ s OLD MASTERS The Baron of Moise P05T4 oviix ros: Ox ay.Ainu j$& iar -rem PRINCE Or 0LXC3aOiiUS CELLA 3"- -ar itttosoifu aFiirncx 3s. geer t.Srtc 4 Jurr ai?- ftM' .18 (rts -r ;sfiu - Thus Ttre z .... UE .SK 3 MEEK rn; fwHTi' xanr TmcsE- 33E nrosrs s MART MAXWELL JSTIHE 32SEE0CE 44 Tbrst S X. Y. C. TS T1ET1CT 1ST nrnin.Tmia cbpw tfh- w jMl c nsrretrrtswB uactto. ys - XmM ten " " ttrtr -u&w jnnittU mt JZcmoi 1tl!C t-r I I3MUIS a T.-in- w iMVii i. turn '. 'Mtns- I v. tit i(" vt- h h Xmr n w" j4.u- -MS M M ' '.V JK, ..tjev m. si ffyo"- iS vm 's.' .wt 4a. Vwm A. A- U' V ,M16 fW' M V vi uti H f t . u,...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

mm THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15; 1920. 21 TELLS OF 'VELVET' PRIVATE SCHOOLS, COLLEGES AND ACADEMIES 4. IN NEWBERRY CASE HI firuml Juror Says a State Son ator Admitted Ho De ceived $1,095. PBKJUHY IS INTIMATED Federal Judge O'rdcrs Inve'ati- frafion of Testimony of One Witness. (Jbanp Rapids, Jllch.. Feb. 14 Whether work for tlio ;ommltteo which mansp'd tlio 1318 Senatorial camp kirn of Truman H. Newberry was a paying proposition was emphasized again by the. nroseeutlon to-day at the election con spiracy trlul In United States District court. Out or several cits or testimony hparliiK on this subject there stood out 'he following statement, attributed by a sranil Juror to ono of the defendants, Charles V. Deland, aState Senator from "I got In all $1,095, and I considered at lettst halt of that pure velvet" The expression waa presented to the jury through Georiro I. Jordan, who i ade his second! appearance at the trial. Me was tho second Grand Jury witness .it to-da...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

THE 'SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920. - 'I i i . hi oris ime Store Hours Uo 5:30 Store foura 9 to 5:30 4. tit I to o Foreword "' SO many things new in numberless modes of Spring fancies thai there is ,no one charateristic to be emphasized above its pretty, irresistible companions. Just to whisper the word Spring wings an avalanche of colors woven in novel and enticing ways, whether led by caprices of metallic and lustrous silks or woolens of weaves already favorites. Preparations for Spring have long been planned. Here you may review and most likely find, the , thing you have sought in imagination. Roscmondt Jasmine French Ways of Wraps Fringe-like fur (commonly known as monkey fur) in shaggy smart tiers trims wraps of Parisian creation. For evening, gleaming cloth of gold is encored again and again, and satin still holds popular reign. For the boulevard "wrappy" styles of light but warm materials are paraded by casual strollers. Laurctte Odette Suzctle Kosemonae ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

1 1 SECOND NEWS SECTION TWELVE PAGES Late News Financial Sports and Automobiles AND THE NEW YORK HERALD NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920. Copyright, U20, oy (As Bum-Herald Corporation CLOSE VIEWS OF IRISH POLITICS AND PROSPERITY Brit ihh 3Eisroprcseiitation mill (VKic Distortion Duo to Selfishness. ANOMALY IN SINN FEIN Guerilla Warfare Excused as Only Way to Terrorize the Hated English. SETTLEMENT NOT NBAB ,lol George's Solution Is Doubtful Other Methods Meet With Objections. rtT jonx McncGn stuaixt. ttt Correspondent of Tnr Scs iKO New TOBK IllWU. fffyyrtj.W, 13, by The Suit AXD New Voek IlEIIALD. pnuv, Feb. 2. When ft Resident Maslftrste was shot by a District In jector of the Royal Irish Constabulary t!i report widely copied In the British jvrfjs called It "Another Sinn Fein Murder." When the American ship Lake Gretna unloaded the first full cargo of American roods to arrive direct at Dublin in many ears the consignees had to pay the fame rate as they had paid on similar shipm...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

! V THE SUN 'AND flfoW .YORK HfiRAJvi), SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, . JL920. . I ill. . 1. , , ,..,1 I i '.-.-i. .yl ,i i i, ,,,,., i,'. .in -i OLD BROADSIDES GOING AT AUCTION Jinro EUiTy American Books Also in American Art dallorlos .iMIfjUE HATllBlt V0Lt3lfi Iflrfc of Cofyotioh Frdtti Stores of Mnssncimse'tts Historical Society. 'JSSSfSSSSR SIBERIAN BLIZZARDS CRIPPLE REYOLTERS Two Collections of rare broadside, bosks and tractn that cover many perl ods of out colonial and revolutionary history are on view m the American Art Association's galleries, Madison square flduth, preparatory to sales on February 17 and IS. The .broadsides Include many consigned by the Massachusetts Illstorl M Roclety, and tha eecond collection mtned by Francis W. F&byan of Boston contains many raro Cotton Mather Items. The posters relating to the Continental Army Include the "First Address to the Soldiers at Cambridge, 1775," and an act of Slassaciiusetts for rcenforclr tho army. There Ut also a manuscript or...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

t s 1 1 THE SUN ANI) NEW YORlt HERALD, SUNDAY, FfcBRttARY 16; 1920. JL LOWDEN MACHINE IS BEGINNING W CREAKI . lack of Harmony Among Boomers Aid From Roose velt Followers. DAKOTA SUPPORT WAtfES rnlmor Likely to Got Illinois 511 Delegates to San . Fwncisco. lp,a n Tim Sr! AND NW. Yo&K IfllAlD, Ciuw Feb 14. Strenuous efforts j ri lioinir inndu by Chicago to bos that place to sleep a'e provided ttir tho hutre crow a tlmt "HI attend tho Republican , convention to open here on JTune.8. I The Hotel MniiiiKors Association nnd theVlinmber of Commerce believe tho , Itut on will be met, although It Is real- 1 U nrertnt hourinr conditions are in tim cHv'n hlntnrv nnrt lno wraa ns nell on lormer occasions, unparalleled m 1110 cu s nisiqry anaiTh. . . ,i wry tiRcncy "tust lend its aid If the In- finr of visitors Is to bo accommodated Even new. at a season when tho hotels itfimlly have many vacant rooms, tho ! visitor who wart a place to sleep nan a hard time finding It. In the big hotel virtu...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

Mauri . Rogers & Auchincloss Members N. Y. Stock Exchange N. Y. Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trade 25 Broad St. Correspondence Invited We intilt correspondence on Stock Market commitments and all incestmenl subjects. Frequent analytical reports issued and mailed gratis. Special weekly Cotton letter and Grain reeiew sent upon re quest. I W. Wanner & Co. KltaMliAMl 1887. Chletgt IN.Y., w.r. titration a. 7. Cotton JtaAme. 1 Chkao Board of Trait 33 New Street (ST) New York (" j 1 But iUS 1 t. mat, tf. t m at. SraneAti loi VTnt 8U St. I Court St., Iroolilyn. Miller & 60. Members Network SockExchans Securities Bought for In vestment or Carried on Conservative Margin ' 12OBR0AnWSy' Bunch Offices 212 FIFTH AVENUE SVCOR 2G-3TrtT . 10NCACRE BUILDING , (RE.CCW 2i4 ST A-BROIW,yj NEWYDRK. Investment Securities w R.C.Megaroel&Co. 27PSncSbeet-llew,i&. 8 J i i: GOuERT P. MARSHALL S CO. Members New York Stock Exchange 71 Broadway, Bowling Green 6760 BRANCH OFFICES Hotel Penns...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

1 , . . 2 , THE. SUN AND Nl YORK HERALD,, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1920.. ' Njfl i i r . . v " r i ( st M STOCK MARKETS IN LONDON STAGNANT Facing Jniportint Issues, Awn It Signs to Base In itiutivo On. lU'DCET PLAN LOOKED FOR Tendency Is to Deposit Funds Anther 1'linn to Purchnso Securities. jn' Cable. Copyright, 18C0, bv Tu SCN and New YodK Herald. LnxcoN, Feb. 14, The stock markets this week ho,vo rind so many complicated issues to Interpret that they have come n a completo standstill awaltlner somo rflnlto Indication on which to baso on nttlatlve, Tho outstanding feature of he week lias been tho statement of rcmler Lloyd Georgo that tho budget 111 more than balance, which, It eeems hould be a bullsh point, but last year's Umate for tho budget for tho current par was 'too aangulnc, and the deficit f H73,WO,000 now la more than doublo 'hat was expected then. Tho financial ilftrict, therefor?, is disposed to wait mi see) by what methods tho Premier nii tho Chancellor of the Exchequer pr...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

T&E 'SUN tAND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, "FEBRUARY 15, : 1920, SESJBSSC A. I Cordier Is New American Amateur Squash Tennis Champion-- Wy collar Boy Judged King , of DogSom 1. J. CORDIER WINS NATIONAL SQUASH TITLE Triumphs Over Anderson Dana in Straight Games in Final. PACE TOO HOT FOR IOSEIi Yale' Club Tlaycr Hard Pressed at Start, Imt Scores Decisively. By a decisive victory over Anderson Dana of tho Harvard Club nn tho Co lumbia Club courts Augusts J. Cordlor of the Yalo Club won tho national nma tour squash tennis championship yester day. He triumphed In straight Ramos, the scores being 1715. 159, IB S. It was tho first tlmo In the history of the national tournament that tho tloe had failed to go to the Harvard Club, and Incidentally It was the third time tn the career of Mr. Dana that ho had advanced as far as the tltlo round only to fall In the final test. Whllo Mr. Cordlcr, on the strength of his victory on Thursday over .lohn W. Appel. the national champion, had been regard...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

, 2 TfiE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, rFEBWJAKSr 15, of Mam Baseball Men Have Played on Both Teamsof One City, but Chase, Kauff, Wilhoit and Several Others Have BETTER IN NATIONAL ?( TWO MORE O'NEILLS ENTER BIG LEAGUES Stovo of Cleveland "Was Only Flayer of That Name in Fast Company in 1919. They've Changed Places of Baseball Residence More or Less Frequently J THAN III AMERICAN Tlint Ts tho Experience of Most Ttall Flayers Who Have Uecn in Both. 1 VArnirX,KAUPP,KILLEPBR LEO IS IN WASHINGTON Ib Indian Catcher's Youngest Ill-other nnd Is Brilliant Short Fielder. In the rcripntotio Lot Leo Mngoo Holds First Place as a Wanderer. 7 11 Dr WILLIAM n. IIAN.VA. A few day fo the St Louis National Ukw club bought from tlio Louisville American Association club tho services of Orover Cleveland Hartley, catcher. Jrover Cleveland Hartloy is no flaming star hs a baseball player. He Is Just a fairly rood catcher, albeit a lively, spir ited workman, and scarcely had the C arainaia dourih mm oui...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

THE SUN AffD ' yBW YORK, HgRAIg, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY ,15, B20. 3 Flounder, the First Salt Water Fish of SpringNo Yankee Team for International HorseShow? , FLOUNDER FISHING CASTING GROWS i REMOUNT BOARD IS AmericathArmy Officers HUNTS.COMMITTEE ADOPT ARM RACE j J. S. Pettit and W. G. Hegermann of New York Pose to Show' Trouting Practice and Results May Not Go to England TIME ALMOST HERE IN POPULARITY STRONG FOR RACING Y Ancrliiia- for Little Pan Fish Fascinating Sport Brings Bo taxation to Business and Professional Men. Directors Commend Sport and' Suitable Horsas to Mount Team for Next Season's In Stcoplcchaso Association Will 'Carry Out tho Troposcd Contest. . Begins Within Two ov Condemn Sims Bill, "Aimed at Its Destruction." ternational Show in London Are Too Hard to Fih4 in This Country. Thrco Weeks. tfOW TO u GET RESULTS Export Tells Tropcr Hod, Hook, Tirader, Line, Sinker and Bait to Use. My IlALrU DBOF.GK. Only a fow more weoles and thp flounder iw-tiMn will bo hire npln. , Cat...

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