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Page 91 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

iSSSSBSSSSSSSSSSSS THE SUN AND NEW , YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920. America's Passion Play Season Starts Next Sunday "Veronica's Veil' Has Had Five Successful Presentations in West Hoboken Par ish That Provides Members, of Two Full Casts ffTrlTIt five successful seasons behind VV it America's Passion Plajr "Veron ica's Veil" "will enter its sixth on Sunday fit ernoon, February 22, at St. Joseph's Aod'torintn, West Hoboken. Washington's 1'irflidny is looked upon as an auspicious r - on which to inaugurate the now season. Fi ml rehearsals by the two casts carao to oml a week ago, and tho preliminary , devised for the little ones, is now in l-r -ress. It has been the practical thought of Father Conrad, C. P., director of the play, to make improvements year after year. Changes are mado even in tho midst of the s,e;ion if need be. As a rule, however, the enure Passion Play organization is reorgan ized in the fall of each year, fresh and promising talent is tried out, parts are a...

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

-j-t - 10 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1'920. Sentiment Favors Our Dead Remaining in France Government Ready to Keep Its ' Pledge x to Heroes' Kindred, but Against Wholesale Return of Bodies . s lENTIMENT opposing tlio general re turn of tlio 74,770 Amcricnu military dead to the United States from ovor-f-eas is rapidly being crystallized by the frank expressions of Government officials in Washington and by evidences of inter ested persons' intent to work upon the feelings of the soldiers' relatives. With the Government taking steps to ful fil its pledge to the American people to bring back the bodies of their martyred sons whenever such action is desired, offi cials have been reluctant about expressing views about tlio advisability of the step. But in view of certain propaganda being brought to light several are willing to talk now. Perhaps the most significant to relatives of the soldier dead with whom the desire to have the bodies returned is a matter of deepe...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1920, 11 Women Are Taking to Politics Like Ducks to Water Old Line Party Lead ers Studying the On certainty Injected by New Voters, This State Being a Shining Example By MARTHA COMAN. IT has been but a step from the suffrage ring to tho political arena. Women who have been trained aa franchise fighter have taken to the new environment and the solving of the larger issues like dunks to wntar. The men higher up admit their political adaptability and value, though they are still uncertain regarding the direc tion of the combined feminine activities. "How did you happen to go into poli ties,?" ono of the most aggressive Repub lican captains was asked. "Well" she answered tersely, "I was born in Ohio." Most of the women who are already leatl-cr- in tho two parties have the same or nir.ution background. They have joined hands in a friendly spirit with the men in the wider movement which determines the policies of tho country, and are avail...

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Page 94 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

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Page 95 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

In ZA-m2i.!2j U.LJ JN J I'S'PJ "" u . i utrje pun and new yorr herald ciassifiea aas. V !Farm and Garden EIGHT PAGES NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1020. Copyright, 1920, 6j SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALES, Cook, Ac. r(10K. colored, first rltn. wishes position prlrite family, illy or country; excellent ref. ....... l .... tTS. fUl IL'.ll. II II,.!,., Sii:,"j,r1 ,'5i!U;"it ' now York city., iiVin. First iluTt. ulTiiu. hi nrliaiu America rua-lly. best of reference.! ; aljry lw. Reliable If. Herald nariem, COOK aul caterer for about 50 uinl tip; nut iepsi a nay; reierciicr; state mil ii'ariieuinra, TimiIv. "i-ia-id. ttanta a position In a niiAlt Anier, lean family; city preferred. Addn- J. J 100 llsrsni, iicrnui square. milk". American, exeelleut manager, adult bust nc couple or family of two; no laundry; refer pen a. ' .. ir. in-raiu nrouv. COOK Swedish, wmla place: rood cook iin mmnoiPiil. cum references; naget tiU-na. . ViHIrrald. Hfrajdjpiuare, r.mi; n mr cticeii : I p-i 1 1 n in country...

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Page 96 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

i ' W ' " lIE StJN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1820, f as i ii.ii b.i i I, - 1 W . . V. HELP WANTED FEMALES. Iysry,?ftcir DUEMUAKlNa. Tmsc, itrltih saleswoman In i kith flm drcssmsklng estaUlabmentt mint MTn txnerlence In first class houses mil command trndo: salary and coumls. loai good opportunity (or the tight rrljl II communication treated con. fldtntlally. Address D. $.. J28 .Her. lil, Herald aquare. dressmakers waist finishers SKHU finishers . Steady positions: highest wagee! 44 houf week; bright corner workroom, Apply HICKHON. INO.. 6Jt Fifth At., pip rioor., . tkBRSSHAKlNOj f"et class flnlshere and lingerie t im m. Mb, Wilton, 10 Wwt out. , educational AKsnrrANT, tafciar2ttna.ir nt lam, n-cantlle fflrDOT' laTHea, ha opportunity for jvuiur woman of college 'dumtlon and ome txvnirwr la training em. jdvjww In talnea onranlsation: mint be able rto imi tnwwTlIrr and take dictation. In annllcg. moa state age. education anu pre-rious experience! A 190 Herald.. lMltot...

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Page 97 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

7 73; THE gUN ANP NEW YORK HBflALP STODAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1020,' HELP WANTED FEMALES. WAITRESS. trrRicwm. von country t-lacbi t3 unWIli T' HAYS OFF KVKBV. TWO v.nm APPLY SUNDAY Oil MONDAi.. 'sul. HOTEL OOTHAMr mi av. and wru sr. wilTIIBSS, colored, for tit year around, position la u Ic f iH-nic. -'r oyster liny; niustl well mt-mincDilcdl " adults and two clillarco In m y. Hirer umi'ra a yTiiij --.uses a-i.ii .inu rc-Mll HH. "".,ut. " " . .-.aT."'"! ftijfily. io."' tlrt. Hweill.li, Norwegian or rianhb, to amlst with chamber work, American f tiu -.,1, itiliiliM. nrlvaln Lome. Call Sunday or ".mm), urlnv itnuucea, car. lure paid, 11 Mil 3il -I VV.l.'.tl.S.H'llAMIIEJIMAIlJ la wnoll family, spfriwent. Call Monday, or 'luesdaymorBti.ii, M l, it. llocll, smunJ floor, 110 West 3IUi ffXtl It te-C 1 1 A.M M i;u.M a 1 i wanted, -young ililte wnnianl two. In lanilly; wages $50. ., iurtltU?i? aiii with iturolierwork, apart, ifi't 271 Central Park West. .-rlmenl HI-. W iNTKi-lo luinraocc broker's o...

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Page 98 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

rT- "WW' ' tr " THI? ttUlV fATO" NEW TOBK HEH'AET?, STJOTAT, FEBHtTARY 18, M-tV HELP WANTED-MALES, un MlVJItMlA '. file I ara not id artist 1. ruao Jt',T, S ft beautiful word picture- of Hit 'TUiultfiu" U W "H, ".'J! !") ... -.t. hmw. KS:.tSf iioTi.ik wia. ""out"''"! ara happy end ronUoUd. They ar flue, clean cut. uroerr.elyn fellow. .Tto We, . m wc you ma ' "'! Hw will and mil frtendT iW are satisfied with -sir tncotnej and future tinisiin'ts. Our business, underwriting. I dignified one - . . i . . .. ..,... a j tl. Ihi i (tfuiiiffh tn Mn. Ptariatri the prratljrn Of a fW tonntluu. Regardless of lonr past experience, Integrity and ambition nil! art nm what we work ins fxae-mowy and pusltlou. Howard r. ORlr. Suite U.4, l'O Broadway, ojtpioi: mast. . Mirlcd. Cttrtiitlan about :v year "t act: quail' working rainUlarllj villi i accounting and statistical wort, mind trained for drtair ork. accustomed tn bamllUg of and farul y iJ W ; I tint satisfactory result fr.m friiinl help-ut 7mm fir...

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Page 99 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

, , r iui ' .fff-. I1 ? M ' TIITl SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1020. RESORTS. Aliunde Cltr. us! I WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY ATLANTIC CITY A Week-end of Puro Enjoymont spent In America'a "All-The-Yejir" Resort will, renew your health, rert your nerves. Improve the temper, ami generally mke n new mn of you. The bracing salty air and bright suiishlim nl Atlantic City nerer fall. SPECIAL HOLIDAY ATTRACTIONS AT TUB HOTELS, fiolf. Rolling Chain, Piers, Horse-rldlng, Theatres. Comlnrtabla and ex. cellent train service it maintained dally and Sunday for YOUR convenience. Ticket. Pullman accommodations and Jul! Information from local railroad UiUtt agents ' Hole! BolhtrtlL and Slid Tier. Hotel Sborekam. tlnrlata A.. near Reach, .tincr. & Euroi"-an plans. Chester Ino. New York Ar Hotel Iroquois. H. Carolina As, k Resell, A. O. FILkNCKLI) CO. Hotel Continental rennrw-ec- At. American and Europesn plain. Moderate terras. ra uear ueocn. RMnir.n in : hours via tonka, Lour laland...

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Page 100 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

THB BUN 'ACT NEW YOJtK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRT7AIIV 18, 11020 THEATRICAL MAN CREATES WONDERFUL NEW CARNATIONS IMMENSE SIZE HAS NOT LESSENED THE FRAGRANCE THE CUT FLOWERS KEEP WELL FOR MANY DAYS j Back In IMS an attraction In vaudeville hows was a performer who cava a re markabU Imitation of a serpent, twUtlne about oa though hla body was spineless and boneless. Tills kind of work was started by II. ri. liarlnclll, a Frenchman, at tlia ajo of thirteen ud continued In Europe ond America for seventeen year, resulting In n nervous breakdown In 1KH. Falling healtli necessitated a rest at his homo In Courbevole, a auburU of Pnrla. Gardening was recommended, the Hsht exercise In the fresh air being the beet ton to to restore tho health of the patient Flower and vegetable carders were planted and attended, unit the aim to ex- eel srow with returning atrenith. Carpet and mosalcj beds out of door und In the rreenhousn were produced of Broat beauty, and finally the growths of car nations became ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 101 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

IB mro sun -and new yoke heitald, sundat, febkuary w, 1020. u REMOVING BRANCHES AND TREATING WOUN0S IN TREES II y tlenann If. 1'aul, Carrie" of the retrieval of larce fonches and neglect of wounds tlius jtnnfd ore Important factors In tho life of shade and street trees throughout our towns nd cities and alone .our country raids. Instances of such careless cutting which jitvo rome under my observation consist mainly or either cutting tho branches too far a'ay fronl ma,n 8,cm of tne trf c' leaving stubs which will not heal over md which later decay and form a weak apotln tho tree, or ny cutting; wo orancnes without taklnp; necessary precautions to ' mevrnt fpllttlns back of the branches ' . , . L. .... - . .. C1U3IHK (imiiabo I'l" " nun uf looi-cnlnK or tearing of tho bark below tho branch. Of Hiual Importune Is tho np pllcitlon of a protective subslanco which lll prevent wood decuy und tho entrance of wood borlnK inseeta. A useful shade trco represents an Invest ment of many years ot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 102 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 15 February 1920

,i4 'issl Ti rMi,9iir ; ;fymr--v "wri''-!-'''1' ry-""-m;' '- . m yt?- ;, S ' BUSINESS PLACES TO LET. ,Aoye Hth St. to 60th St. (Inclusive), East Itlver to North niver. MARBRIDGE BUILDING New York's Most Accessible Office Building For Use by Americas In the very heart of the retail, hotel, shopping, and theatre district, with transit lines radiating in every direc tion, North, East, South and West, the Marbridge Building, the strategic center of New York City, offers you every advantage that modern business requires. Only Applicants of the Highest Class Will Be Considered Approximately 100,000" Sq. Ft. Several Entire Floors (20,000 Square Feet to the Floor) AVAILABLE MAY 1st jL55LIBERTY STREET From I Littery tn 11th M.. Inclusive. FOR RENT ENTIRE BUILDING, 74-76 5th Ave., 12 Story Fireproof Building, containing over 100,000 square feet, 10Ki ssprlnklcred. 9 Floor Available February, 1921 APITA' KLEIN & JACKSON, SOt Fifth Arc Tel. 4320 Viimlerbllt. on Youn owx mtoKEit. TO LEASE BE...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 February 1920

LEATHER FORECAST. " ' 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. Wr to-day and to-morrow; continued cold. Strong west winds. ftlshest temperature yesterday, 4a; lowest, 14 Dttetltd wsathsr reports will be found on the editorial pat. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 169-DAILY. NEW YORK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1920.- PRICE TWO CENTS 1 three cents IN NEW YORK CITY AND SUBURBS. I N TRAINS AND ELSEWHERE, Wr to-day and to-morrow; continued mP II Wi, tSSEflttBmSulWffft m7 mm I I cold. Strong west winds. 90? I 'MI.nKKaJWWfSl 'WW ROBBERS SLAIN , IN GUN BATTLE i IN WINE CELLAR flnjor A. McMurtry and A. H, Biujon Wounded in Duel With Two Burglars. FLASHES GUIDE SHOTS foot Piled Up in Villa of Mrs. E. G. Morris at Sound Beach, Conn. DISCOVERED AT MIDNIGHT Mrs. Win. Dreyer, a Neighbor, Summons Help and Maraud ers Are Trapped. In a duel with pistol...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 February 1920

bii pariU at ft Capitol and by SeSlrVfi JudleUl ornejri of the Government that the J? , means has recovered fully from hi Jwrert IUna. although b uen n- ''proved. Furthermore, the wy nature of the President1 limes has been uch that a recurrence In the ame or mor aggravated form might t r u"le.r': ult from excessive nervous or physical train. ' Dwgir of IleUpse. Ko attempt ha been mad by Dr, Cary T. Orsyson, Mr. Wilson's physician and confidential friend, or by any of s'tfee other physician who bav "ttnded Wm to minimize the serious nature of hla trouble. Dr. Or)on reputed y ha stated for publleallon that It will take "a long time for th. President to reach a normal condition again and that ex treme car must U taksn leet be suffer relapse. . .. . . Within the next ten day. It to prob able that the President wltl mak an at. tempt to resume In measure the , duties of hla office. The prospeetiv Cabinet meeting will be In lino with thl, intention. ThU. physicians recognize. , 111 put his...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, .1920. r I TT TTlTTAlTrt IT1A KAlL UmUM& IU OPEN OWN FIGHT ON LIVING GOSTS Preparing: for Drive to In clude Also Wage Boost and Trade Equality, i LEADERS MAP OUT PLANS Action Coming nt Conference, Fob. 23 Public to Bo Toltl Before Bcturn of Bonds. Washington, Feb. 15. Formulation of a definite programme as a basis on which to contlnuo Its campaign against high living costs has been Initiated by railroad labor, it was dis closed to-night by union officials. While tho wage demands of tho ,two million railroad workers, which have held offlcial attention slnco February t, will bo held In temporary abeyance at llu request of tho President, thero is no disposition on tho part of union lenders to regard their work as com ploi(, or to await altogether a final decision qi tho wholo wago contro versy to be given by tho general con ferenco of union committeemen to be held hero February 23. The attitude of the union officials, while they exp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 February 1920

THB SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1920. MARSHALL SUGGESTS PARTY PLATFORM Vfrp-Prsiain Is Candidate for . . t' Tn1nrrnirx at 1 nrtTtt tft VlVTlf Bryanlsm. OX JBPFEBSOXIAX BASIS Expresses Dissent "With Com moner on Prohibition nml - Takes Jab at Wilson. lunai lo The Sr vo Nsw Toac HiMLO. Washixotom. Feb. ll.Tha appear oca of Vice-President Thomas R .Mar shall aji the chief opponent of llra J. Bryan and possibly rresiqeni miwvu In the Democratic national contention was forecast to-night In a letter from the Viee-rresldent to B. O. Hoffman, or Fort Wayne. Ini. secretary of the Dem ocratic National Committee. In his letter Mr. Marshall declared un equivocally for the return of the Demo cratic party to the principle of Thomas Jefferson. He Insisted that the United States Is still a federation of 8utea and be deda-d against executive usurpa tloni of legislative powers. Mr. Meranall set out in ucuui ni Ideas of whit ought to go Into the plat lorm of the Democrat for their li...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 February 1920

.VJ7 I THE SUN ANP NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1920. ( 5 100U.S. RAIDERS NET DANGEROUS PATERSON REDS Tons of Anarchistic litera ture and Many Firearms Also Captured. 'LOST' I.W.W.BOOKS TAKEN 'La Jncqncrio' (Tlio Massa cre) Office, Homo of Wild Terrorists, Bansnckcd. In a series of raids begun early yes terday In Patersoit a force of one hun dred agents of tho Department of Jitf tlco from this city and from Newark arrested twenty-nine "Reds" whom they declare to be members of "the most dangerous known anarchistic or ganization In tho United States." They discovered also In tho course of their search the records of the Chi cago ofTleo of the I. W. W., which had been moved hastily out of that city last month to prevent them from fall ing Into the hands of Federal and State raiding parties. Tons of radical literature, some of which Is of the most violent nature, were seized. The printing ofllce of La Jacquerie, an anarchistic magazine, the name of which, translated, means 'The...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 February 1920

JERSEY-SEW YORK THNNBL PLAN READY Construction to Bo Begun SCpt 1 Unless Legislative JlitcH Occurs. ' TOTAL COST, S'2B,609,000 m w- a a a a .1 V fTttn t & Will no uiicneu iu aiui- m Jnn. 1, 1921 Report Sent to Gov. Smith. mLfconirtnjctlon of the irrat vehicular ttinrvcl under the North lUver. bttwo Canjji ettt. Manhattan, and Twelft.i trtu Jersey City, will b bmn about Crpfejlber 1. r.rovld4 the Uslslatures cf X$r fork and New Jcrity perform thelf twnalnlnC J3rt of the programme, an llii. tniii ni urn hive bftn com- wn com- Been com- f M r . . . tkUff and miI upon oy ui Tori And the New Jnxy rommlsnlons. fharafta will be compelled by unforeseri. enqtiUltlct. but so far a a the funda mental are corrned the work can start In riSmonthn and the tunnel open to irehHiiB about January I. ! , Tilii.la embodied In a report from th Nej York commission ten; io ui u P. - i . . 1 . . A.Uri1lV A ernonena me immature j IS-ihi. ! ronMrned. virtually nothing more Important than the. condem juttf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 February 1920

M THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, J'l&O. BARNES AIDS, SWEET IN 'COMEBACK' MOVE Other Lenders of Old Guard Are Grcntly Alarmed by Albany Man's Efforts. ' to January 7. The record clearly shown ' Hint mU ... I I . ... . . . , svn mios imo niaiea inai ne nu not communicated his alleged Informa tion until aome time ntter the Socialist wero expended.',' I HUGHES IS AGAINST HIM ROBBERS SLAIN IN BATTLE IN CELLAR Continued from Firat Page, ELIHU ROOT DINED ON 75TH BIRTHDAY Legal and Political Friends .Join in Greetings at Dr. Hiitlel'VIlcsidoncc. HAYS SENDS ENCOMIUM Anti-Socinlist Attitndo Be lieved to Ho Indorsed in Up-Shitc Districts. (ptcial to Thk Scs Avn Niw YoitK Hkeald, Aldant, Feb. 15. The Socialist cose, legislation and politics havo become so thoroughly mixed within the Inst few days that even thoso who arc closo ob servers of the moves iiere ar flndlne It difficult to distinguish ono from the other. Yet a few Important develop ments have served prehtly to cl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16; 1920. be sum $nrt AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED 1H2.13. NEW YORK. vftXDAT. FEU. 1. 1320. TUB SUN-HP.RALD COBKinATlON. Publishers. ZM B'"4"''. Frank A. Munttr, Pf ''V,rw T Srvta Werdmari.Vlee-preitdeM.Wrtt. T. Dewart. Vleo-prealdest end Treasurer, u. Jt, Tllbirlofton. B ternary. , NEWSSTAND PRICES. . Dally, twe ct LUK rltr ud mbarba aad three Uu7Tht. testel ieleewneT., cent . MAIL SUBSCRIPTION ItXTE. El it of MUaUelppl 0a, 8 Sill. Postpaid. YMT. 5Jft DAILY SUNDAY.. Ill-0 'MS DAILY only 9 00 4.-0 J SUNDAY only 4 00 Jj SUNDAY only. Canada For ll pointi w.;t of " rtiver add It year 4,"' or " Sunday editions. FOREIGN RATES. DAILY A SUNDAY..!? " fSJ All ehecke, rrioner ordt". made payable to Th Eun-Htraia. b TMtoptta Edition. Pvbllehed In Parli every day Price In Parle M tentlmee, daily fPAifis ofpice. 43 avenue de Pf?mVtlon concerning V"',BUlV.d for the European KdltlMi may be Obtained lrem the main Now Yerk The Aaeoelated PrtM I ''"J"...

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