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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

- tfHDGSUft NEW YORK HERALD, SUNM JEBRIlAitY 15, 1920. 9, J SISTERS TO PLAY IN PALM BEACH MATCH Wliere the Northern Golfer Is Finding Shelter From the, Winter .Blasts IS NOW WIDE OPEN hi Florida Having: Biggest Win (cr Since Golfers Began Going There. 3Iiss Elaine Boscnthal Will Meet Mrs. Ernest . Uyfiold. OFFKIiS WIDE SELECTION W. J. TItAVIS BESTING U? n ATTrnT TTjniT citi in am i ' m Villi I HHKry n HI I ' ' inmaii. n 'wmwmi!,!! iiim.h wnwnw mi in.., i ,i n M h i ' ' 1mm$m&mm !vf iw mtwmm Courses Offering Good Teat Are Xbw Numerous Through out Entire Poninsnla. tit kn.nis nnmvx. Wlule northern sectors on the golfing front arc idle and rank and file are marking time, awaiting tho return of the first peep of spring, for a resump tion of activities on tho links, other di visions of the mashie and niblick forces are dalily banging away over tho nu merous courses In Dixie. Within the past two weeks the tournament season us been pried wide open on Florida links, wherever fixed event...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

ESS IT i I 10 THE SUN AND NEF YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920. Boxing Talk and News and Gossip of the Dog World Ford Suburban Model ECHOES OF SHOW HEARD IN PALACE British Export Regards Exhibi tion ns Epoch Making, hut Uneven. BOSTON TERRIERS WEAK J. J. Holgate, International Vog Expert, Talks Interest ingly of Show. iir rnAXic p. dole. Aside from the upwstr or nuccesaes In tho Judging there was much of Im portance to Americans interested In the breeding of dogs at the Westminster Kennel I Club's exhibition which closed yesterday. Despite the fact that every dement wa aealnst the club In the heavy storms, In traffic cond lions ana In the unpleasant footing on the streets, the show may bo deemed the most sue cessful In the forty-four years of Its "jf J?Clfoleate of Surblton.- England, a dog expert of International reputation talked Interestingly with me about tho ?hr'flnit came here to Ju4g at a Chi cago dog show twenty years ago,' he Bald, "and my last Judging trip was to off...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

m SUN 'AND NBW SfiRALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY .15, 1920. 11 GET ACOUAIKTBD f TH YOUR MEW CAR Taking Up tho Important Proposition ot f6v to 3Iako Hoi? do. , ny ji. ciiiPPonD nnoiCAW. Ttcnloal Director West Side Y. M. G. A. AutomoWa Bohoolt, No TOW CUV, article v. Tou have learned Just what your gaso Una steed Is. how It works, wht it con umea for fodder and how the fodder Is converted into mllcl vr hour, tiftw It la t that joU learned to flrlv Oh, yea; I Know tlint .the salesman or demon strator showed you how to move certain ydls sin'J levera so aa to mako the tin iora JK along: nnd how to movo tho levers and another pedal to make the , rlttcr fpeed up ; but that Is not driving-, one trouble ia that a lot of ownexa rirer set any further alonf than this pre-Mndercarten dope. You Know of course tliat there la a ru! so have a tr( iWt try to maka yi crdwlnif first on approaching another road, and don't try to heat tho engine to the crossing up on "the branch". You might make a handsomo corps...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

' f ' THE SUIsT 'AND NEW YOBK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUABY 15, 1920. I New Two Speed Direct Drive Axle MMW'''''' - The Storm Proved the 1 f, .' f. TEWABTS! Worth J. " fMff " ' ' a "V I I H I n H u Automobile englncera nnd nmmifnot in erg aio suro to bo Interested in tho two 0peed direct drlvo axle which linn been developed and patented by 12, II. De Witt of 63 Hlgliwood terrace, Weo hawken, X. J. The explanation of the accompanying drawing follows': Collar 2 Is keyed to engine shaft 1- Collar 3 xlldcs on nnd lOtatcs with collar 2. Sleeved In securod to collar 3 nnd to doiiblo end clutch 5. Clutch S rotates on Bhaft C. ,'lutch 7 nnd Kcur S nrn secured to shaft 6. Clutch 9 rotates on shaft 6 and l se- i .i to gear 10. Gears 11 nnd 12 arc secured to flatinc on differential 14 and ruvolv as a. unit. Speed changing lover 13 ensuRes col lar 3. The axle Is driven through num bers 1. 2, 3. I. 5. 7, S aml 11. To chiuigp speed clutches r and J nro dlsuneairvd and R and fl rc encased, tho chaimo b...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

SECTION 3 14 PAGES. NEW YORK'S GREATEST SOCIAL SEASON AT ITS CLOSE MISS HESTER A. EMMET Pha-to .h by Campbell Siudio Statistics Show Winter to Have Been Most Remark able on Record in Number and Size of Gatherings. BASED upon tho traditional as sumption that New York's "sea son" opens with tho premiere In the Metropolitan Opera Houso and tho first night of tho National Horso Show fl'id closes with Ash Wednesday, two ninre days remain of tho most remark a Me 109 days which local society has experienced within tho memory of Its oldest and most active representative. In counting the days from November 37. nn which day the Horso Show and the opera season started, to Shrovo Tuesday, February 17, care has been t tkon to Include Sundays, as In this Intensive winter even the "emblem of Eternal Rest" was utilized for tho milder social expressions. Somo of tho parents of 1020's debu Divers Charity Works -Include Sewing Classes AFTER weeks and weeks given up to dances and entertain ments for de...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

'Hia &uW AlNJJ Wy VQivK AbftALP, BjjftfrAY, I'JbBfrUAlvY 16, 1920.' SOCIETY VIEWS L , -t THE STAGE AT PARTY AND PLAYS .Mr. mid Mrs. Manners irnvop - i Novpl Party for Miss Wlborjr.' ' OCIETV had a new Ulni' of entertainment on last Sunday V pleht, ,H.,"tHua parly" given by .T. hartley Manners' and Mrs. Manner. (Mis Laurette, Taylor) in the Comiti Theatre for Miss Mary Iloyt Wlbors. There wcro several humorous' llttlo sketches and "acts," ln somo of which Mlsa Ttylor appeared with other players, and a regular one act comedy in which Mlsa Lynn Fonlanne was the heroine. The tone of much of the entertainment 'was that of delleats and carefully de vised burlesque on foibles of the mod ern stupe, and this waH especially ap preciated by Ml.s Taylor's friends In hocluty and tho sl.igc. who were pres ent to tho number cf about 300. After (he rntertnlnment, which did not begin until about the ttlme when pliyn usually end, there was dancltur on the stage, where Miss Taylor and Mlfa Wlborg ...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

8 THE" StJN AND "NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY,. FEBRUARY Iff,-' 1020.' - ' -rrrr. ,11 it o ENGAGEMENTS WEDDINGS .n.,u.,.. . I nnnniiM'V A nviiiTIRicilKNTS. I irilEUKIUUK lAicafin vu. iwuuiuim auixiiMiniuiuniP ',agssss&.. tt Endowment Fund. The fete com mittee Includes Mm. 13. R. McCultoue", Mrm T. A. Herendeen, Mrs. GorKc Ji, inn 'itf m Mtrfiii Mt. M1ll.t,i Jllllt .HP. . i u'Bn"'i ....... " MHWIH Blnlr .Perkins, Mrs. Kucenc Colcmnn Havldce, Mr. CliMlea K. Scrlbner und 1'elron I'. Tutunls. The-- president of the Orclo des An nalis In Kinllo VlUemln, and tlie vice president Haniuel I'arrlnh. Anions the patronH njid lMlroneeseii are Mm. 'J'lionm II. ltarher, Mm.' John Vernon Bouvler, Mrs. i Buxton, Mrs, Sturs'ln Tuesday to Mr. llalrih Hurnctt Sawanl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Sawaid of New ltocltellc. The cere mony was performed by ihe Kcv. IC Geoice It. Van' de Water,' the rctlrlns rector ot St. Andrew's Kiilsco'nal Church, Fifth avenue and 127th street. The bride was attended b...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

THE BtJN AND NEW TORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 115, 1920. At Southern Reiorts From Northern Homes, TAMPA GENEROUS IN ENTERTAINMENT . 1 i Excursions, Itinchc'ons, Tons nnd Dnnccs Arranged for Visitors. 1NATAL SOnOOL WANTED Mrs.Oames S. larkih- of NEV YORV a i COUNTTRV-CLUB of HAVANA FORTUNES IN GEMS AT PALM BEACH Owned by Lndy Nowborongh Lady Thompson and Amer ican Matrons. ANNUAL BALL AT HAND Event, of thj Season Will Be Celebration of Washington's Birthday on F6b. 28. Talm Bbach. Fla., Feb. 14. Each season brings to Talm Beach women Ti-hose beauty, gowns and Jewels are talked about, written about and admired This Reason one of these women Is Lady New-borough, who was Miss Grace Carr nf Louisville. Ky. She Is in constant de rnand as a dinner guest, and no enter talnment Is complete without her. Since Sirs. Edward T. Stotesbury dazzled Palm Beach with her Jewels when she came here as a bride, no one has displayed such a collection of gems an Lady Newborougn. Erie naa jewels 10 match ...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

i i 1 s ' ECONOMY MUCH DISCUSSED BUT LITTLE PRACTISED (Women Must Begin to Regard a Dollar as Only Sixty-two Cents to Keep .Pace With Change in Commercial Conditions. NH hears Iho word economy I I used extensively theso days S without scolng tho actual thing put Into practice. No one, by any strctclt or tho Imagination, could possibly call tho period since tho ar mlstlco ono of economy. Individuals may protest against this, but ono speaks widely and broadly, dealing with people In ma6s and espe cially with tho aggregation ot humans In sreat centres. Tho llnancial world expected econ omy during 1919. Tho prophctB fore told disaster, yet tho truth Is that in vtst.gatlon nniong dozens of business firms shows nn enormous Increase In purchasing and a vast extravagance that spreads Itself over tho continent like a cobweb. Last September those in business were a bit nfrald of tho prices they felt compelled to ask for whatever they sold; now they ask those prices nithout apology or explanat...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920.. FORECASTS OF SPRING FASHIONS VARY WIDELY iProphcts Have ft Free' ir.niul and JDiy Trcdict L . Freely., N rO forepaster of spring tailor mades need be without honor, for no matter It ho prophesied them short or Ion;, 'straight or flaring, loose r seml-flttlng, trimmed or plain, ho can point with pride to the realization of hl forecast. It la as If the designers had said, '"Let us wander where fancy leads so lon,c as wt Ignore helts, or If wo do not quite neglect thenv'let us handle them In a 1 very gingerly manner" tho result being that women of all sires, ehapes and specifications may havo,any sort of suit which Blcases"- them and still bo In line with fashion, so long as they remember that tho merest wisp of a belt Is all that fashfoh' permits this season. I'robtem for ne Buyers. In these times thero are always wo men who must have a tailored suit, and there are also women who will have a tailored suit, but buyers are obliged...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

7'. & THETJN AND NEW YOflK HEKALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, ' 1920, VIEWS AND REVIEWS IN THE WIDE WORLD OF ART National Association of Por trait Pointers and lis Ncty Exhibition. By HENRY McBRIDE. ABOUT this time Inst yenr a ccn tlcman tlio spokesman ot a committee tlmt had npproprl ated a sum of money for a commemo ratlve portrait aglcd my help In the selection of an artist. I gave him a list of the best Known names and then remembered that the exhibition of the National Association ot Portrait Paint era w$ "on" and sent him to Jtclh hardi's to see It. Ho went, wnH much puzzled by the portraits he saw thero and hesitated so long over the choice of an artist that I never did hear nether he had picked upon one of tho Nationals or not. Ho should have, of (ourse. They may none of .them bo pirat, but they are as Rood as the best no have, and with encouragement rome of them may become greater. And the average committeeman who wanders afield In search of the artist who Is just right is mo...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

8 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY t$2' LAKEWOOD BURIED BY ARCTIC SNOWS .Outdoor Sports Hcstrlctc'd for . Several Dnys to Sleighing. DANCES IN THE HOTELS Sojourners There for Lincoln's and "Washington Hirthdnys Are Entertained. Lakewood, N."J Feb, R A record of life hero this week would read llle a page torn out of a diary of an explorer jasslnB the winter In the Arctic regions. Never' In the history of tho resort lirii there been such a heavy snowfall ns that which came In tho wake of tho bllziaid which continued Jour days, brlnclne two days of sunshine and then adding to the arctic aspect, by. heaplnc another day's now on that already on hand. In all there la about fifteen Inches of snow encasing: evcrythlne. Necessarily sojourners' activity was i curtailed In every respect and for three days every one was confined Indoors. Koads through the parks were speedily brokon, however, and 'everybody soon In dulged his taste for sleigh and bells. Sleighing la tha only means o...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

v ' " ' ' '1 ' J' ' ' ' , r,,'''V''" " T . . . . ' " , ' J&tm AND NEW YORK HERALD PLAYS , IM HILL MISS CHRYSTAL XtJ "THE ACQUITTAL" Devices of Playwrights Changeable in' Values By LAWRENCE REAMER. HAS a too sophisticated' public grown weary of. the playwright's de vices which have always been thought certain In the past to create their effects? Look, for instance, nt the niaiueratle whleli made the success of "Charley's Aunt." The Idea lini been u-ed repeatedly and rarely without Interesting the public to sonic extent. Mis Anne Caldwell relied on it last in "She's a Good Feller" and a long llt of authors, extending from Robert Buchanan, who wrote "The Strange Adventures of Miss Brown," down to the writer of a play intended to exploit Bothwcll Browne, based their farces on the impersonation of a woman by a man who was mistaken for what he was supposed to be. "The Fascinating Widow" is said to have earned a fortune for its author. The device seemed to be sure of its effect. But In...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

10 3 THE ' SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920.. MISS TANGUAY ON f" VAUDEVILLE BILL "little shepherd" on screen; - ;irubaiyat; in': operatic form V". MgfeggtW jvYcllInffton Cross, ilnsical 4 Comedy Star, Also nt the Tolncc. HE HEADS MUSICAL ItEVUE STORE HOURS: 9 A. M. to 6 P. M "A Trip to mtlnnd" Rcmnins for Second Week -In Other Theatres. Miss Eva Tuiguay, with new ma terial will bo the cyclonic headllner at th,o Palace Theatr this week. Well IrUrton Crow, musical ojmedy star, will appear In a revue, supported by Ted Shapiro, Misses Nancy Bell, Mar ton Sakl and Mary Allen. "A Trip to Httland" remains for a second weekr and Roscoe Alls, assisted by his Jazz band and Miss Mldgie Mlller.also Is held over, Franklyn Ardell and company In "The Wife 8aver." Keegan and Ed wards, Theodore Belted and company In Russian dances. Libonatl and the Juea-llng Nelsons round out tho bill. The programmes at other vaudeville houses follow: TtirTrnttrtmWllllm Seabnry's "Frl- voiles": Owe...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORtf HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY x5, 1920. 11 Odd Theatrical Tidings Frbm Fantastic. Playgoer WW i one 'theatre audience loblu liout llle another, ecnerully Bpeaking. one dots run ncroM some odd folk oc casionally In tlio playliouKes, There Is, for Instance, the vypman In Huh "ho attends Hie neconU perform, mice of nearly yverv new play, urlnglne three peanuts, which she eats after the flitt act. returning the shells to nor iiiicK rcjlculc. Also a few may know' aboutlhe deaf nan who has been at the Metropolitan Opera House once a week for the last flttccn years at least, lie always ap-, plnuds the light singers, though he could not hear a pistol ehot- If H wore to be filed three feet behind him. The t"o men wbo buy single seats for rmisicul comedies and exchange chairs 'it t!ie Intermission have been doing It o long that their little performance Inn ceased to Interest the few theatre habltuea who may have 'happened to ncti. e it. and no one ever bothered. o fiml out wh...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

.1 12 Blanche Ring Gives Views of "Joke Fighters' Miss IJIaiiclie Mug, ono ot tlio chief players In TTho IManlns Hliow ot 1919," t tho Winter Garden, lias noma Ideas cn humor which nho has communicated under her own signature. Hlio nays: "Thero are certain poreomi who resent humor; they are Jake lightens other wise dunilerpatcv, Jubueroowla or ninny, hammers. "In the theatre thejnro a killjoy and wet blanket. They hinder and. Im pede, thwart and. frustrate ovcry effort that makes for merriment. "They belong to that class whose thoughts are so jstlft It hurts them to exercise their mental joints. "To these a subtle witticism Is a bore, while a sharp epigram has the name cf fecj that Ipecac has on tho stomach; It annoys and Is resented. "Uut.whcn a joko lighter announce thai lie 'can fee mo point, nut u is not funny' ho has reached tho ossified state, from which thero Is no recovery. "It Is tho boast of man that woman Is lacking In a sense of humor. But the truth Is neither sex has a ...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

I pi ' WHE" STJN, AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY MUSIC OF LAST WEEK AND THIS; VIEWS AND NEWS ,13 MISS ANNA FITZIU tn "paOliacci " , I A INQTON i TH EArflL . Sergei. Rachmaninovs Symphony Discussed By W. J. HENDERSON. SERGEI RACHMANINOVS new symphony on "The Bells," Poo's poem, is likely to become a "daughter of debate that discord aye doth sow." Some will aver that it is not it symphony, because tho chorus domi nates the work. Others will declare that It is quite as much a symphony as the Ninth of Beethoven, and that in any case wc must confess that the old symphonic form completed its cycle of life and left behind it n new ofifrprlns when the mighty son of tho Bonngasse penned his triumphant song of joy. Many wise men have pondered these matters. Felix Weingartncr wrote a very flat little book flat outside, not inside called "The Symphony fiincc Beethoven" and naturally raised the question whether the compo sition of tho Ninth symphony proved that the old form was no longer ...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

SECTION i TEN PAGES. tm AND JfEW YORK HERALD Real EsMfii -TJ I Hi I X -V NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1020. cosK wo, iy the Em-ncram corporation. MANY NOTABLE BUILDING PROJECTS IN MIDTOWN MANHATTAN Several building projects are about to proceed, each one notable Iri itself and re flecting the confidence placed in the pres ent and future values of real estate. The Jleckscher Building, which will occudv the site of the one time home -of the late Wlllam . Whitney, at Fifth avenue and Flfty-teventh street, will materially change the skyline in that section of the greatest retail thoroughfare In the city If not the worm. The building will reach the height of thirty-two stories, and win measure from the level to the peak about 400 feet The main portion of the structure will be ten stories high, or 123 feet, the limit allowed by the zoning resolution. On top of the strnrture, set back twenty-five feet, will be a twenty-two story tower, designed to provide exceptional office space for tho...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

-9 THE BUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, "FEBRUARY 15, 1920. HOME HUNTING TRIPS THROUGH THE SUBURBS OF NEW YORK CONNOLLY OPPOSES REALTY MARKET IS . STRONG AND ACTIVE , t Many Brokerage Reports Yes terday Indicate No LetUp ' of Investment Demand. - . PROPOSED BRIDGE Disapproves of Tri-Bprougli pan, Though Fav.ors Structure South of Ninetieth Street. IlcHlty (merest In Queens, especially In the industrial ncotlon of Long Island City, ia(j Joined forces with Borough President Connolly In tils opposition to tho proposed JiMMO.OOO "trl-borough" bridge wltii ono terminal in queens nnd the other In tho vicinity of First avenue anil the llurlem river. Knoll Irbrldgo Is advo cateil by Alfred M. Hurrott, Deputy Pub lic Service Commissioner. Jn a statement prepared for The Sun Hiid New Vork Herald. Burougli President Connolly ox .plains Ills reasons for opposing the plan, 11 follows:- ' "Tho construction of the bridge as sug gested by Commissioner Barrett will In .ill probability make It Imposs...

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