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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 February 1920

p5TT ' iwwrrwii- Willi 111.' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD,, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 192CI 9 I $3,000 AT CONCERT TT1 "j- i AT MRS. FABBRI'S jtalinn War Orphans Vonefl claries of Unusunl En-. tcrtalnmont. f FATHER SEMERIA SPEAKS Cluiplnin-Gencrnl of Italian Forces Tells of His Work In tho Trendies. jlule and oratory of an umisusl character attracted many persons yea Krday afternoon to tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Krncsto 0, Fnbbrl, 7 East Ninety -fifth tot. their object of as itmbllnt .being to aid a fund for war crphans of Southern Italy. Tlia enter tainment was held In the library, of tho liouse. a room of Italian architecture, t,fo stories in height and largo enough to neat three limited persons. Thn prop-ammo began with an organ rrelude popular In KJorenco In 16u. It L pinyfd by Mr. Wmbonl. The madrl cm for mixed olios, "La Vlolotta In su rErhetta" wjs heard, the singers being in the gallery. Mls Alleen Tine then ,ni without nceompnnlment three me aival Utln tongs. Tho final number , cont...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 February 1920

h 1 W 11 jq aiitt UJN AINU jNHiVY' UKtt. . JtlUiKALil, JIUXSJJAX, mJPftUiLKX , JLiKSU. i - fPfci T. Tilden,2nd, Is Victor on Indoor Tennis Court While Jay Gould Wins title at Philadelphia Racquets Club ) GREENWICH LINKS ! IN THE LIMELIGHT Hoy Have Two Golf Cham pionships to Take Cnro Of. DEAL BEING IMPROVED British Open Title Course1 to Bo in Good Condition ly June. 1 BY K Ell II V. I'BTBIB. Should trw women's metropolitan and Connectltut State golf championships both be held over the links of the Green wich Country Club, thar course will have zv?L?n rJX links a' metropolitan title tournament Is long ovcrdu-, but now that the Green wich club has strengthened Its playing circuit by certain well defined changes it may bo expected to aim even higher yet nnd to put In a bid for cither tho nun's national or metropolitan. There are certain features about Green wich that do not readll." commend them kolvei to many golfers. Too much up nnd down hill play has to be indulged n for one thing. ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1920, . 11 Jrapshooters, Road Runners and Handball Players Defy the Cold Weather and Hold Spirited Contests Outdoors CALIFORNIA POLO . TEAMS ARE ACTIVE Snntii llarlmrn IMtics ami Hods s in Tilt for Junior Title. BETTER FIELDING AS RULE CHANGES With the Passing of the Spit ttnll Tlicro Will 15c Fewer Wild Throws. COM) CI P MEET OPENS RUTH CAN PLAY CENTRE In First Contest of Series Or Thinks lltf Can, for Sovnilli Cavalry Defeats Colorado Springs. Wants to Go There The Cure of .John Evcrs. Br WIM.1AM D. II ANNA. Jack Qulnn, Yankes pitcher, tnkctt a view of tho banishment of the spit ball which la essentially that of a eplt ball pitcher. He doosh't mourn Its passing Ho gays he will ha a good pitcher with out It. which la the proper spirit, but he thinks the fans will get tod much hitting without It, Hl point la that samea as they are now nre Just about right and such svorcH na 8 to 3, which will be mora frequent under tho new rules, wil...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 February 1920

I American Light & Trdii Lehigh Power Cess. Northern States Pwer ConHaenwealth Power Ry. & U. American Gas & Elec. Armour Leather Com. & Pfd. Goodyetr 7 Pfd Packard Motor Com. & Pfd Eastern Steel Grasselli Chemical Godschaux Sugar Com. & Pfd. Michigan Sugar Santa Cecilia Sugar Matim. IacliqiTimt3i. & Cot 42 BxiKia. SbMt 'KcwT&ai- cesUo lrnorr rjaAmJtcA nrrsBnsaa 0 feA o Venezuela and Colombia with MAP Aii fit Credo A. I. Geo. A. Huhn & Sons Member New York Stock Exchifift PhCidelphja Stock Exehtctt Oactp Stock Exchange New York Cotton Etching? 111 Broadwiy New York Investment Suggestions AskforOurBookM GLIDDEN, DAVIDGE & CO. Mtmlat M Y. SM Eider.i, 20 Broad Street New York Conservative Investors Should consider the op portunities offered by the purchase of high grade seasoned bonds at present prices. We shall be glad' to make suggestions. J. Hi Byrne & Co. ' Mtnbtrt Km York 32 EzOssm Telephone Hector 7060 60 Broadway New York J. K. Rice, J...

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

$'fT'WiWii$Ttj$T$ THE SUN AND tfEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1920. - . 4 13 I W ! i ,! MOHEYAHD m II III a General Elec."Rigkts" Great American' Insurance Co. "Rights" Bankers Trust Co. Equitable Trust Co. Chase Nat'I B,ank BOUGHT AND SOLD HOLMFS, BI'LKLEY & WARDROP members. h'cte Yet Shx Exchtmtt t Pillshuh Slotlt Exchantt Union Dink BIJj. 61 Broad way Pilttburfh Ntw York Cnr r' lb fasteat growing; of the eil stat'ltf-ed Industrials show-. rp Kord remits. COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE A rrn:i anxlysti on abas which i-cvld prove o Interest. 5 HIGH YIELD STOCKS Prrtloen to th 11 Investor or bar cain huntar Interested (ram the ueoina twnd joint. OIL LAND LEASING BILL Prlfl' data c oU companies that -UI lie affected and also, among niters, discussion on th. following; Mnrlitr Cons. Submarine Boat Mh S'Ulo lnternat. Pat. Laclawacna Stl. hlronu Patrol. It (to (TcrveM tnui AMRfCErCJ'X.ViJ.V Cra';t on rr-A. Of C-M. O.MAS1FBS&C0. jcmfrrs Cuutlialfi tttck Ex. If. r. 6? WaJ. St. New Yo...

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

14 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1920, Ml of cambrics fr Madeira baad ffl broideries. Sample it varly qulltla r requested. Alo an agtncr U dulrtd for th al of ysllow rlc la ! of 111 kilo, and codfish, aaittd la tank or arum or izi pound. Deannr wiin manufaeturtra and upertar only ar do ilred. I 2111. A firm In fteAtlanA A.mira 4A eur- chase aretomatlc machinery for th raanu ifaetur of paper bat and carton. . , . TT i III. A manufacturing firm In England Calls From All Parts or oria dirs to purco outright u bonis VU8 nuiu xiii JW ounc.. ud pnl bottle oi wnlt mat, la quantities of Z.Ht gross VI rioa 11X4. JUL. A dealer la musical lntrumnti In Norway delre to purehaa accordion frsm manufacturer, and wishes th ol fney for their ! In Norway. 111. Th representative In th Celled 0ERMANS ENTERING LISTS VXM?".; IIX'SZ tira Sttlnri, kitchen wart, lock, hlofe - I and stneral hardware. I HI- Th water commissioner of a Y.nffn Amnrivin FimiS DeSire..ct", '? St!nd dr.lr. to pur...

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

mxM Ji Yaeeeeeel THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1920, SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD S. STILL LEADS IN SHIPBUILDING RACE Struggle Close, for Britain Is Working Hard to Win Back Lost Supremacy. ADVANTAGE SEEMS -HERE Amoriemis Aro Handicapped by Exchange- Problem Oilier Factors Favorable. T!io I'nlted States ha not yet sur rendered Its war won shipbuilding u-prem-io' to tlio United KJiurdom, but the race has become a breakneck affair, according to Jlenry C. "Wlltbanlt in the turrent issue of tho Marine Journal He fiprefscs confidence that tho. United Mates can hold the lead, but assorts that it mut be up and perpetually on its toes, for the Britons are working luird to win back their old leadership, jlr. Wlltbanlt presents tho following In terertlns tables to show how Great Brit ain has "coma back," and how keen the contest is now : Gross Tons Launched, United United State. Kingdom. U. 3. Statu. 1,053.703 1.4S2.701 472.430 103.0SS 104,077 1,084,010 2,451,...

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

I ft II. 4 "WIDE VARIETY IN BRONX DEALINGS Sales of Dwellings and Apart ments Indicate Breadth of. Market There. AtUnu-Flanlean Dry Goods Company purchased through Eugene J. Ilushner Company, Inc.. the lease of the Hafftn Brewing; Company, John JLHaffen presl dent, at the northeast corner of Third avenue and East 14th atreet: also leased from Aufruata Dorn 2851 Third Avenue, through to lllth atreet, both of which wire May 1. "70. Thl" " control of the entire block square bound ed by Third, Westchester and Benen avenues and East lOth atreet Adda 1o Bron Plottage. William H. Mehllch. Inc.. lua obtained for Adolph & Henry Bloch lOfolOO In Mott avenue. ner laid atreet, which added to their present holdlnij. fives them a plot fronts ISO feet In Mott avenue and 2K feet In Sheridan avenue. Loft In IJronx Sold. Kealty Trust sold for the Arlee Kealty Corporation five story loft at 4S and 4)8 Kant 134th street to Coosa Company, Hair, of Dwelling., nudwlll Corporation, Hudson P, Rose presi...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 February 1920

"J WT 17 THE SUN A10 NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY Iff 1920. BUSINESS TtAOM TO U9T. 'VT i4ib St, U BMh ft. lafelajtr). Bail WITT w og-r wmicrt ALBEMARLE BUILDING Northwest Corner 24th Street & Broadway. 4 TOP FLOOR 17(500 Square Feet. Exceptional Llaht. No Manufacturer. POSSESSION MAY 1st, 1920 ALBERT B. ASHFORTH, Inc., Agent 12 Eait 44th Street. ytom Battery to 14th St.. Inclusive. FOR RENT ENTIRE BUILDING 74-76 5th Ave., 11 Story rirrproof Building, containing over 140,009 nuitl feat,' llOft prinktred. '9 Floor, Available Feb., 1021, KLEIN & JACKSON, (01 Fifth Are. Ttt 45tO Vanderbllt, OR TOUR OWN BROKER. SESIKAULE office space tor rent, about l,ao square fret. In a modern, attractive, office building, centrally located: possession March j. Detail! apply P.O. box 247, City Ball Station Above Hth St. to 69th St, (Inctutlve). East River to North Blrer. OFFICES Grand Central Section. 4.000 ft. : possession Mar 1 $10,060 1,100 ft, two years. Mar 1 10,000 18,000 ft, five re...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 16 February 1920

18 44 TilE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1920. PERSONALS. DIAMONDS Wa bar dlamenda nd alaraesd l.w.Trr foa ..UUi. ladlflauals and Joseph Woodworth Weeks . DUnsad Drain- aad rlflh Boor. TI1JIEE MAIDEN LAX. CASH PAID IMMHIWi. 2? iwilyj itrtetly eoaSiarttltl. Et. ronaoTSTO.s-8, ?!.,. Mn. LTNCll POX, g" Wwt 2J lrdllM ATJOX WANTED- "'Wrl.'.Vr fc-oo-r, klndlf fnralib nl t tte Mlcfton. N. J. . BUM TOD SLOWS DOWN SHOW BATTLE Slash Turned to Ice Defies Picks and FIro Hose Are Bendered Useless. MAYOR AGAIN. ON JOB LOST AND FOUND. JTIVZ dollars reward for rjtnrn of small buck .bopplnr b.r ot on.A7L".J5: -.h ir m iu . fentalBlnr owaers kri. and erViUiaee. W. B. TOCSO. HottI WUUrd. gl Weit Ttth It nitrate VMr.rKbS.i7itlmr t in Liberty bond, two estimates Imeraitloa.1 Railroad ot Cenjril America, check tor yiymra pr. e deusr twits. Reward rtura syiruaent U. Ml Wen HMb it. left In New York. New 1T" A"?. HAM,J,rt tnli !eTts New lUtta it ;. Twaday, February 10. VrJ8iS 7orhi return t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

- yr i't 'T, ' .sT X" - I . .. - 1 ; I jV . r WEATHER FORECAST. 7 Fair to-day and probably to-morrow. A HAPPY BLEND1W6'. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD ? reserves the best traditions q each, n combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. oiowiy rising temperature. Highest temperature yesterday, 33; lowest, 7. DtUIIed neither report! will tit found on ths editorial pig. v AND THE NEW YORK HERALD PRICE TWO CENTS IN NEW YOniC CITY AND SUBURBS. VOL. LXXXVII.-NO. 170-DA1LY. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920,-VMcM THREE CENTS ON TRAINS AND ELSBWHKRia, SUFFRAGISTS OF NATION TO WAR ON WADS WORTH .Leaguo Resolves Ho Must Give Way to "Modern Minded" Man. INDUSTRY PROBLEMS UP N. Y. laws Affocting Wom en Workers Held "Too Inelastic." NEEDED REFORMS CITED Mrs. Raymond Brown Slated for Regional Director From This District. 1 ' c It a Staff Corretpondent of Tin Scs akd Nrw York HebiU). CnicAGO, Feb. 16. Because ho Is not modern minded suffragis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

i.e.--,-J-bt imtrmr unfrWfo froV Washing ton Mr, rolk then Informed the other member of the supreme eouncU that America was no longer to t considered as being represented ' ! and V ,h position that all further negotiations re garding tht Adriatic must, so far Ibis Government was concerned, be handled In the usual forms of diplomatic notes at Washington. , . It now appears lhat when Premiers nemcneeau. Uoyd George ar.d Mill met In Paris on January 1 tber evolved virtually a new plan with many con cisions to Italy ThU plan, which also neer lias been made swibllc, did aay with the free port Idea, recognised the Ilallanlty of Plume, although mslclng U still a free city, cave luly tSe tor rldor, Istrla, to extend her territory there up to the city of Flam, and carved up Albania. In ay that seemed to Mr, Wilson to be In total rontraven tlon of his principles. It gave a large le of northern-Albania to Serbia and southern Albania a far as korltia to Greece, President Wilson in Pari had reje...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

THE SUN AND 'NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920. SHIP AUCTIO HELD BUT NO SALES MADE jjonril Complies With Scnnto Request to Defer Disposal of Vessels. fOrilT ACTION DELAYED Croup Troposnls Brlnpr No Re sponse Wilson Asked to Keep rayne on Board. ;,tnni 10 Tur Siv imi Nitir Yomc Huu.d. ' VA8iiiN0T0N, Kcb. 16. Although the fiilPPli'K Honnl held Its promlctl auc tion to-dny of the twenty-eight German iteanwhliw wlieil at tho outbreak of tho vnr. sale or disposal of tho vessels Is to bf postponed Indefinitely. While the board was recclvlnc bids, the Scnnto. without a record vote, paused t refutation requesting tho board to de fer dltposal of the vessels until tho Sen He nrtcd. The request will be complied tilth Developments In tho proposed sale came rapidly to-day: l-'irjt The auction was started by the Shipping Board with Comrrits none r Thomas T. Scott as auctioneer. Yewels In groups for service wero of fered aB planned and no bids were reeelvcd. I Sfoon,l While tho bidding w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

in 11 i MVMWIfl I WADSWORTH Mr i CROWS MORE ACUTE1 I la Likely to Be Injected Into' Hcpnlilican State Conven tion This Week. FOKU3I SHOWS FEELING I 0 Dr. Butler and Gen. Wood Will Sot Seek Instructed Dele gates to Chicago. I ' Because o( th ibarp dlvlilon amom JUpuillcan 'woratn ovtr Cnltel States Hkelr the c.vtiW I Irjwtwl Int the State conization In Carter " 1 ' ,en Thurftr ad Friday. Althoush Mli Minr Cam?" Hr tte Inflexible oppopt of tw Puiton r nomination, hai W he "",w make bo Crtt either sr-rent hl nrlecUsn as one of th iUlsatt-at-laiT or to It chosen her.'eif. It U more than proba ble that iwne of th women dtlecatta Hill ralie the liw . If. as resrt4. Elihu Hoot .has- de cided that be will not atpt a rnom tnatlon for one of th "Bit Four." It will leave one of the plaeti cpn for a cntet In rvch a case ne of the rjpporteri of Mls Hay "Kt'y to ue- eest her name. ' How shsrply th lines arv dran on Senator Wads of th nas shown at t'e forum of the Wwr.o .-'tate Exu' j Committee at...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920. 4f 5 nilD AVTATTftW MOW , it e w (m (inn nnn Only 21f) American Made Planes Reached Front, Says Committee- Bep'ort. S JIL'OB WASTE IS ALLEGED Sci'rntiiry Raker, John D. Byan mid Others Come- In for Criticism. ferial to Tim Br.v i.nd Nrw Yok IUiii.d. Washington, Feb. 16, Tho War De partment spent $1,031,000,000 for nvla- tlon durlns the nmetepn months of tne ar. with the result that only 213 American made planet, all these being of trie DIM observation type, readied Uie front. The aviation subcommittee of the House War Department's Expen diture committee no declared to-day In Its final report. The total number of planes with the American forces nt the tlmo of the armistice was "40, Including 527 bought from the Allies, the report states In cm phafizitiR that no American built com bat, pursuit or bombing; planes ever reached the front, despite the huge ex pendlturc. The report Is about 50,000 words long nnd charges Secretary of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

ft W THE SUN AND NEW, YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920, i" it SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD m figB- NOTICE JO MARINERS. TH&SVN AND'THE NEW YORK HERALD'S Ship News. Office is adjacent to the Barge Office at the Bat tery. Telephone 1572 Broad. CLOSING OF MAILS. Transatlantic Mailt. wedni-sday. run. Europe. Afrit. and Weit AV"i "e"Jtr" peat malli for linn lrlMi?' I"1"1"1' 1' New York, 7 AM lm ,'''n.Ki ASI Italy It). lr Hues .I'Aostu, 0.30 AM. TiiuiisDAV. fi:h. J!'. Il.UI.mi nd Lnxcmburr nails for lloltlum, Lijiembitn: ami nriKian OnK0, tr Aiihunu S AM. ,,.,.,. Uix- France, iipuinm, !""""'"", ,:.vr".r,.ii... -, Spain. Ureerc. 1 'orl iisul. 1 utkPT. I.ry D . It, i,tii iiriiM. I ast Africa, Mann, yi- br sr. Ceylon and fjlralt. '"'"''"i"'," J? naroel Mi nn i fur France, &e, atr Hocbatii- Italr, II! i.au, 8:30 AM (sup lust) AM). 1 .... .v imti n Gibraltar inrrecc al pureel 1,1,1 for UJbrultar. lr Srtioliarlc. 1- M. 8ATI'!!1)AY. l'KII. 21. Europe Afrir and Welt Ali...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

i rr '"SI 9 K, , . PULL THE SUN AND NEW YORK HffitAED, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1492& rp lo make ATWFRTKTlSJn PI ; w " 19 HHHiiinHl ,1 at f2 i pi m- iT-nn i i irranwiiiii iirrairiiB-wwv iinrw t r rr w rm n sib M M 1 11 r XII U . ' III I Blllll '111 I I I IIWMWII I II1MMII M II I ill.t mHIHIiilKl v 1 ! I I I lllIH Will II I I IB I I HUH III M Hill 11 I IBB An editorial secret for inspiring action in men EVERY, man who lises printer's ink to sell the public an article or r an idea, knows that the hardest job his message hts is to overcome that human inertia which keeps men from act&igevcn after they are convinced. 1 "Onany given day," said William James, "there are energies slumbering in us which the incitements of that day do not c&ll forth. v Compared witljt what we ought to be, we are only half awake." Hpw to make a message quicken these hidden energies of men, so that they not only will know what we want them to know, but do . what we want them to do, is the problem every edi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

ppSpPJ! w r , r . f t-.--r ii. i " - "i "'ALU'1. ' "' M In 1 1 1 '"' nniitilii i ' " 1 " 1 ' ' , "' . . .' ' i i i .1 i AND THE NEW YORK HERALD FOUNDED 1833-lMJ. NEW YORK, TUESDAY. FEB. IT. 1020. TUB flON-HKIlAtD WnPOlUTlON, t.. vii.u .r. nmf ft rA AW IT. Bewart. VIce-presldsnl una Tfaainrarj It II. Titneriiurton, 08cr"vv . i. . t In New Yath whrrei Sunday, Ave enU elsewhere, Itn MAIL BUDSCniPIION tlATES. East ot Mississippi rt. Itlver: Oft Sir. .OBJ By wi. postpaid. Tear. Months. Month, DAILY & SUNDAY. 2' 1.52 KUNnAYnnlv. Canada 0 00 3." For all po nts west of MIM"PP' IIivr add il i year for dally or dally and (Sunday editions. vnnr.mtl RATES. DAILY SUNDAY.. eJJOO 113.30 13.40 DAILY only M-W 0.00 1.60 BUNDAY only........ 0.T3 B;J3 , 111 rh.b. mnn.v orders. c, to do made parable to Th Bun-Herald. KuroDfon Edition, Published In Paris every day In. the 1 ytar. Price In Parls2J centimes, daily and PArfifl OFFICE. 40 AVENUE ADPt) ft DE Information concernlnr. adverllslnr; rate. for ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

r V THE SUIT MD NEW YOBK HERALD, T, FEBRUARY 17, 1920. o ATK ,0FC. BALE FOR CHARITY jloro TIiniA Sovci Thousand Tickets Sold for tho Annual Event DANCE IN HOTEL ASTOlt Estimated Not ItccointS From ho Entcrtainmonfc AV1U Exceed .$25,000. More persons than the ballroom and adjoining corridors of the Hotel Astor ,ur v.oro intendod to hold crowded tho3d spaces luat night at tho nineteenth charity hall of tho. Now York Chapter of the Knights of Columbus. The crowd 3 nothing unusual, it wan a fore ' c one conclusion. Every annual "Casey" party Is a crush. For this wo moro than seven thousand .tickets had Been ,i,i ami It waa estimated that more than half that number was represented j personally. . . ., As the result of their nineteenth ball tho Knights will be able, to extend greatly thojr after war humane' projects,, euch as maintaining free beds In the hospitals, furnishing free vocational mining In the schools of the Knights and tcnaing tUDercuiar puuemo iu sanitarium In Whitehaven, Fa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

Long Island Open Chamtobnshito and ProfessiomlaTournaments LONG ISLAND GETS NEW GOLF EVENTS Amatonr, Professional nnd Open Championships to Bo Hold This Year, CONDITIONS TO W NOVEI Play Will Ho by Handicap and AH Matched Over Thirty Six Holies. Long Island, with Its multiplicity of Jtnks and leglona of players, la to set rj. Withering pace for all other sections calling themselves strongholds of the royal ana ancient game of golf this year Judging by what already ha-f been done toward making up the season's calendar. At least two tournaments that were not there before are now down for settle ment as soon as the scasqn for the com petitive phase of tho sport rolls around, and while both arc of the typo that will confer a championship title on the win ners It Is also on Interesting fact that they have been brought- Into being through tho enterprise and enthusiasm f tho professionals. One of these tournaments will be a hone Island professional championship; the other Is for amateur and...

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