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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

im SUN ftND NEW YORK: HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 192a 'CM for$lt3,017.48, Plus 6 Per Cent Interest, Is on the Way to Gladden Hearts of Third Place Yankees 1 1 BELATED LUCRE TO (Their Shoro of World's Scries : Monoy, Plus Interest, Duo i in Day or So. CHAIRMAN IN TWO WEEKS (President Hoydler Confident; National Commission Official Will Bo Named ly Then. 1 , nr WIIiMASI D. HANNA. A check for JI3,0l7,4,,plu 6 per cent. Interest, is duo at Yankee headquarters in a day or two. John Heydler and jjjn Johnson, composing the present I one man missing National Commission, , sjrrtd before they left Chlcagp to pay , that held In escrow money over to tho finite players Mght away and Garry Herrmann, late chairman, was to send a j CCCCK 10 1,01. uuppen, iiuinvu nmijiian., n soon as lie returned to Cincinnati. . The Interest la from the time when the others who Bhared In tho world's terles prize money recolvcd their share, to that tho American Leaguo quarrel which forced tho Yankee playus to wai...

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

r' THE SUN ND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY FEBBUABY 17, 1920,' 1 A Good Time to Buy Canadian Bonds Due to present rat of exchange, Canadian bonds issued by the Dominion Government, provinces and cities offer an unusual opportunity" for investing American dollars to advantage. They will yield to buyers in the United States 6 40 to 1, a much higher return than Canadian investors receive. Principal and Interest payable in United States funds. Write for Circular S2-17. Wood, Gundy & Company Incorporated 14 Wall Street New York Toronto London, Eng. Montreal r-MiMa-w-i-i-i-iiJB CANADA TheGreenshields M Monthly Review A short summary of the Canadian financial and industrial situa tion. CWith which is in cluded our Investment Suggestions, a summa xy of the most attract ive securities available for investments in Canada. We shall be glad to. tend copies free on request. GREENSHIELDS&CO. HW Uoatml Stock Csckuf DmUti la CuulUa Bod burn. 17 St John Street, Montreal. We Offer: Province of No...

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

THE SUN YOftK HKRAftPj ffQESDAY, FEBRUARY IT, 192a. sssti: F. . 1 1231 Broadway "The World's Greatest Highway" a pacific COAST H Croiiing the Crdin Pacific Rockiei the Grandest Winter Scenery in America. Seen I In- luxurious eomrortMains "with comttrtmont'obMrvatlon cartviilnliie cars. Viiit VICTORIA andiANCOUVER, B. Cvboth with hotel of MelrcpoIiUn sltndard. Aik for dttcripke booklcl "G" and ddaili of fare and train lerviu. ferry, General Agent, Pass. Sept., New York-City.. MTORESEES " KEEH COMPETMONi President at Oanndjan Ptcffic Pisqusscf (ioVM ).myitf Gwn etihtp. 61 Krtf Ironds. CANADIAN BONDS Govcnjnent TVIunicipaI-Corpordti6n tOUGHT'SOLD QUDTED In ormation c(,Any Canadian Secwities .Gladly Furnished Upon Request SUTBO ' BROS. & CO. JT ST. mNO( XAVIER ST.. Direct wire with N.Y. Office. KO BnOADWAT, ' tmvi york. ) 'Member Hew York Htock Exchange A Canadin Bank for Canadian Business With 38Sjfinches located in all parts of the Dominion of Canada, the Unioylnnk of Canada is in...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

i Maury '" i Auchinclosi jh 1 1 7 -A ; . Bonds 1 1 ', Cotton Grain 1 1 I Membert I N. Y. Stick Exchange N. Y. Cotton Exchange Cnicago kard of Trade 25 HroaJ St. i C3uy a?D NEW YORK HERAIV TUESDAY, jmBMBS; jMt 4920, BINAHCIAEWS! AP (MBlElIT I Check Ito Your RaOroailStocks THIS you camdo very readily py obtaining our compre hensive efrrator I showing com parative earning o 40 impor. tant railroads during Federal control and priorereto; profit or loss to the . .Government through their operation; per centage of gross taiminns con sumed by maintenance; per centage of total captation represented by stock; high and low range of stock prices during and prior to Fcderil control, record of dividends paid, etc. Included among th systems thus analyzed aro Pennsyl vania, New York central, New Haven, Readinfi. Union Pacific, Southern Pacific, Atchison, Great Northern, Northern Pacific, Bah imore & Ohio, St.. Paul, Rock Iiland and Chicago ftlNorth Western. Send for -Circular Nn.;JtW Earntas C...

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

THE SUN AND NEW y6rS? HERALD,. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, XT . , , , , , :: I, .. . BAT.nWIN'R PRIM T INCREASES IN 1919 Not, Is Kqiiivnleut lo .$21.00 n Sluirc, Against .$21.22 in I !)!!!, Suy Honor. WKITK-OI'TS ' A 11 11 LESS. End of War lirouiflit Hij; Drop ill J)01lll!K(ili liltHinONH, 1)11 1 ' Foreign QniiiH. Ti'i llulilttln Locomotive Works ilur K i"l!i iisulo a net profit of ?3,"7C,243, .iiv,iii'in to $21,118 a spans on Its com iiitm M'.-li nfior deduction of preferred div tel. tias Those figures were disclosed In mo ruport for the year Just Issued by Ih president, f. SI. Vauclaln. Its net prolix were $5,752,5113, or, $21. 32 n flian. in 1DIS. The results of 1919 were oliumird hMwIthstnndlng a drop of re.iriv J40.000.000 In gross sales, nc rounti'd for to a larce extent by bis declines iii reserves for ilepreclatldn, tii.en &. Such writeoffs In .1919 as-prfn-'ied but $3,093,000.' In 1918 more than $12,500,000 was charged off against tlw-e rePiTVCS. The eross business of the com...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

Hi 9 i : ' ' ' : ' MMMHMHHMMIMMMHIHMMMnMmMHMMH PBODUOE MARKET. , li II S For Cash Hundred iharc lot ami odd lots On Partial Payment Plan Hundred share lots and odd lots minimum 5 shares, approved stocks. On Margin Hundred share lots and odd lots minimum 10 shares, acceptable stocks. John Muir & G. J&nlra Kt York Suxk itW 61 Broadway New York WE OFFER City of Berlin 4s State of Hamburg City of Leipzig 4V4s City of Cologne 4s Circular! iiml iuntaIon fur nished on Frenrli, Kngllsh and Italian internal bundn. Farson, Son & Co. Members New York Slock Exchange 115 Broadway, New York HELLWIG&REUTTER &lcmhr c) S'tit Yak Slok Exthanft INVESTMENT SECURITIES 25 Ercad Street, New Yorlt Telephone Broad 6230 I MANY CURB ISSUES SHOW WEAKNESS Several Industrial nntl Oil Shares, Howovcr, Hold Firm During Heavy' Selling. During the greater part of yesterday's curb session stocks were weak In sym nathv with the tone of the Stock Ex change session, The opening was steady, and for a ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, " FEBRUARY ' 17, 1920, 17 BLAMES DIVIDENDS FOR PHONE DEFECTS Public Service Commission Says 0 PCr Cent. Policy Ib Clicrisbcd Too Dcnrly. equ i pmext Overtaxed State Assembly Also Hears About Present Shortage of Good Operators. SfltM to TUB SEN SfD NEW YOBIC IltlUI.D. Albant. Feb. 16. Bad telephone Ber Ylco In New York is duo largely to the fact that the corporation which serves the metropolis has ''cherished too dearly lis vHey of a fixed annual dividend ot 8 per cent.," tho 1'ublli Scrvlco Commls nlon Informed tho Assembly to-nlKht. Tho report was made In answer to tho challenge that unless tho commission explained why nothlnjr was being done to tmprovo conditions demands would tr made for. an investigation of the officials. Tho telephone company should bo nilllns to forgo to some extent tho es tablished returns on Investments l( necessary to reconstruct Its servlco and Invite permanent returns in the future, the commission reports. While, som...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

ft ,THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920. m is ' If- i i CITV It Kill ESTATE. REAL Location and Development Service Obtaining a location for your business with suitable building. Stores, offices, lofts, buildings, factories. Development of business, apartment and dwelling property along lines of present and future values. INTERVIEWS ARRANGED WITH PRINCIPALS ONLY J. K. MOQRS, ZOl West 57th, Cor. 8th Av. Col 8888. From Battery to lllh M., Inclusive. The Wilson Building 33,000 Square Feet Available This MAY 1st ' 73-79 Fulton St. Showing 609o on the Investment S500 Sq. Feet, 29 Windowi on Each Floor In the Heart 1 1 11 11 11 ai ForHip Sale fflmF&yJ - FOR SALE 47-49 Maiden Lane Between Nassau and William Sts. Oiroslte Site Acquired by Federal Reserve Bank. , 12-Slory Office Building , 14,500 Net Square Feet Available May 1st, 1920 BING & BING 119 West 40th St. Bryant 6110 Brokers fully Protected Abop 14th M, to 30th St. (Inclusive). Kust lllirr to North Rlier....

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

n3esXS ''"I I ' ' ' THE SUN AND NEW YQRK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920. , . 19 i Cooks, c rnftt eensptteot, Americas? rrftrticej $50: "SSTw Shuiut. U JU a, coo' West 2a j ri., .l,l.n. wishes nrtrat nOSllloi Wwiitl Situ, frqniMl fleet fook lwbit). Prtt 1 public f- reliable. 1.3 il, " tfioii. alone or h o u s w o r ksr IIS wk 'itr: country. Young-. 30 Lenox a. JttOK. English, pmste xamlly: .wse $03, Call. S- Liberty. 44a west sajlt. FlPEiUKSCKD f Ira, 8wts; good rook. su- . .nn.fmnt .mftll family- Cviiviims'CED colored cook 1b tea room haricew lunch, room: highest references. j;f ut 77th bU Tel. Hblnelaruier 3UT. CliunlwmuUdj, 4tc. vr;lAN wants position. ehmbenns.d.wslt. km: citr: wages lS references. Writ B. tr Herald. Herald iwualr. fMBBRMAID Vleat ydunr gtrt wishes iSiltloa In private family; willing, obllg. Ins; be" reierencea. ltother, wis East tilth it. cilAMHKKMAll) or watting by tlia diy; prl ...le.mllr 1H.TS Lrxlnefon v. ' PTTnr. colored, wishes chamber work inti family....

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 17 February 1920

20 THE, SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1920., PERSONALS. pinion to nltmn or '. toad lo trcvot nt sammer. Address A. C X, care flun-Hrld. LOST AND FOUND. BUCK JACKET. Ulwn th and Eodl rott Itotal; rfrd. Btboyitr 4 :T W uil drlrer will return tWneJiUU Utt lb hlj Mb Haturdar nlbt about wara m ramrnmr niuu t " ..... VOL'M-Whlie sod brown tax. urrlar doe. 1W Kaat (HIS. ioST-Uelwtcn lWh aao Wth tl.. nrpl relret potktbooj. eontUnmr 1 Imeraallnnal Railroad f Centra rami. Mua rtturn aparta.... . HKh St. PHILIP HANSON SUED FOR LIBEL Dry Dock Company Begins Ac tion on Account of Full- . lished Statement. SUES TIIE A3IKTUCAX, TOO Mt U Nw Tor. Harn asJ Hartfjrf train Irarln Now llarrn it 10:11 A. JCo. a, car 3). W,nl of.WO wid Jf "J ltr to Annum JUnaarr'a cMce. Waldorf- A tori. !lT flrni.il I.Mtbfr OKkttbOOk. IIS. at .,,,.... .t.ilon. between t::.".n ir.V P&"' Will S.4f'..PK awnmiinkata with Ettel uomeiie. w rfa.apton pL, Ilrotkljn. Moner was held In trual nd loaar will nave ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

WEATHER FI)Rl?rACT. 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. Local snows to-day; to-morrow fair; fresh southwest to west winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 36; lowest, 14. . DeUUid weather reports will be found on tfct editor!! Pit. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVlf. NO. 171 DAILY. PRICE TWO CENTS-, THItEB CENTS IN NEW YORK CITY AND SUDCnUS. , ON TRAINS ANDELSKVVm'KB. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920,-SffI. Sgr, i-,. . 4-r4 WILSON MA Y BLOCK FRENCH ALLIANCE IN FIUME DISPUTE; COUNCIL INSISTS ITS DECISION WILL NOT BE MODIFIED; ITALIANS AMAZED A T PRESIDENTS NEW INTEREST IN EUROPE DILI MERGER OF WESTERH LINES TOBEREWED Kcw "Northern Securities'' to Take Up $100,000,000 Burlington Bonds. RAIL BILL OPENS WAY Famous Consolidation in 1901 Was Dissolved Under the Sherman Act. facial to The Sim axd Nrw Yoek Ueiald. St. Paul, Feb. 17. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

1 THE SUN AND NEW YORK- HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920. lt!tA MM. FUh sM oUf rtlatiofti M kwetn the Kaattrn and U'eKtrn Herou jphre rxacllr aa tJiey were bttort 111. nd the re roe; a dead uroe. . It (& unrMWnd htre that tn Pre! Atnt haa hU the AHlM in weak P". Th not, which l corainc In nnawtr to ihn lrMnt' !mnd for declaration of their purpone. I understood to M mart conciliatory. Tnere w ... that the Jrldnt will be called upon, to Tj I'rcsldfnt' not, aeeordln to 10- formation attalnible to-day. mIta of thre typewlltrn pa- It did not Itutair. a rtwlp- , :l It U dtL-ribtd a Wear ate- nent of America fw.itlon. It T jrfunatur of Jlotrfrt wn' """.fir: .v.,.. kfors hl realsnation and while the Unfins-Wlteon corre ipondence was rtlll on. Hlow far iir. LantlncBsreeU with tt rf eldent In thli'. a matter of eoitf l?utt, Mr. kaniln torn Jrjtect to tne Annaiw oi- &t of an onlooker Nothln appear to Danger of Wilson as "Infallible Arbiter' ROME, Feb. 17, The Gionule tTItiTu points...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

THE SUN AND IjlEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920. TWENTY AMERICANS ESCAPE FROM TDRKS .Itclicf Workers nnd Mission nrics Flee From Mnrnsh Ifciffii of Terror. TWO l S. MEN ARE KILLED (French Occupy Cllicla and Na tives In Siege Attack All ! Western People. llV Ifrn Auotiattd ftttt. Constant! Non.Ei Feb. 17. Much un fslnffp wan felt until to-day concerning the fate of twenty Americans at Marash, north of Aleppo, Turkey In Asia, where ieign of terror lias existed since janu ii v 51 However, the American Committee for Relief In the Near Kast ricfiverl to-duy a message dated Feb man 13 from Its offices at Adana, ,atic Turkey, which was construed ,to n-fan 'hat all the Americans have riraptd from Marash. The message m.vs ' "Information this morning Is that the Pd-s'i nel of 2,000 refugees retired to f.hl.ii'le with Col. Jformond! There was txtreine destitution nnd many were sick or wminrtcd. There Is no Information from Alntab or Hedjln. The situation is serious " Major David G....

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

IF THE SUN MD NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920., IQftlMIYES VIEWS If NATION'S ISSUES ." t7fttllf'l front Pint Vaa. trays lmv t to-day lh udvantai of hlshly BMW" personnel. " llw hard : Kiwi of condition. and even then t.o Government operation of these cnterp.tfaca 18 not VTotMf sitls Jnotbry.' TluVefore. the ultljnato Inef ilclency Hint V.VmM nrlso from the dnJ cnliin parnlyaM of uurMucrncy Jia iwr yet had full importunity for develop mcnt. ' . , Vlrtlu u bn that no kov rnlnient unJcs pivwturo ot ever present political or bccHoi Vil Imcrosts can prop erly conduct tho i Ulu of oxttqiton end Improvement, or cn h" free from lorI prAauro to conduct unwarranted W lca In Industrial ttiWpr.ro. 10n tho other hand, our nroplo haw loitK Blnco roo3iilul 'tlwt wo cannot turn monopoly over to unrestrained operation for profit nort that .tlm human rlgjits of employees ca over ho domi nated by dividends. Tlio problem la J.. ... -.,. iid or.1 ullnn is nlmnut l'U07 IU OUUfi Jin ovirwhel...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

HILLQUIT PICTURED SOCIALIST PATRIOTS Assorts Tlicy Would Figlifc. Ilolslicviki if Lattor Tried ' to Tnvndo U. S. WITNESS FOR SIX IlOUllS Ii (.'nils Le'nffuo of Nations Monilly Wrong nnd Basely Hypocriticnl. ,, m Tin: Si x and New Ynnic IIsrii.D. A-.BANV. Kelt. 17. Morris Hlllqult t h.,ii(l"iii'il to-day Ills role an chief cnuiv t i fn: tho flvo suspended Socialist As i n hiymri) for ii time, nnd testified os ii i(,ir.a in their behalf. Ho was on t o si an! almost six hour!!, nnd his ex i a h.iii of tho tenets nnd bollofs of Po- r.r uaB na Drllllnnt ns his speeches , i.'l-, in-, nnd so benutlful orntorlcllly fiat tho crowd, which was decidedly i . , ins: ic to him when ho begun, nnd , ., ,nl. t.ibly clinnged Its nttltudo by tho t . hi hail finished. ii lliltqutt wn tho first, wltess for th Si Mil lists. He pnve his conception , f ' ili-mi'H ndvanUiRes, ami tried to ; ii. down tho State's case, which Is l . i i three weeks of testimony to , .ft. i that tho doctrine of Socialism I. nui...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

THE SUN AND MEW YORK HERALD, .WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1920. 8 iff GDEN MILLS GIVES ,G. CP'S PRINCIPLES filed. Friends of Oen..Penlnff have announced Ihov would take almllar ac tion noon. Hnrch U la tlio last day for llllnjr. JJiBMAncK, .V. D., Feb. 17. A "petition to have the namo of United Statos Sen ator Hlntm Johnaon of California placed on the March primary ballots In North IMKola' n a Republican rrrsiuemwi ttVrf.ivcti AminJiHnn for Drftftill"" kqta n a Republican rrrswemia Jl'iyS " APPOIilieO lor juuiui0 pnndi,,n((, nMn fli.,1 Wth t ho Becre r riatform Addresses County Committee. ASKS ANTIDUMPING WLL Privnto Ownership of ltnil roailR With Government IJeffiilntion Favored. Hnvlfyr drawn a cealhlMP Indictment of the policy of tho Democratic, adjnlnln tintlon. wlilrh, ho nald, wan aa iinpre jwiml for praco n It wna unprepared for war, former Sr-nator Ocdcn U Mills out lined last nlKht I ha prlnrlplcs for which lie believed the Hepnbllcan party elands. Iiecauso Mr. MI1N I" chairman...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

THE SUN AKD ' NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 192Q, 44 V PARTY PLEAS MADE TO WOMEN YOTERS , - .- ftntionnl Icnffno, Steering Xonpnvtisnn Course, Henrs ' Miss irnys mid Mrs. Bnss. SEVEN DIItECTOKS XCVMED 31 is. F. Louis Slado Hauls X. Y. I District Badges Distributed af Chicago Convention. Sv a !iuff Ctirrrifiondtnt ef Tn Scs and Krw Yoik nimui. rniCACO, Feb. Political parties opmily made a bill to-day for the votes cf members of the National I.cnguo of Women Voters. It had been decided that tlm new organization, which Is trying to steer a strictly nonpartisan tourse. should bar all party questions. Hut the tcmpcatlon to introduce political preference was too great for at least two of the party representatives. Miss Jlary Garrett Hay, Ilepubllcan, of New Yorli. and Mrs. George Bass. Democrat, of Chicago, each put In a plea boforo the convention for enrollment In her favored party. Objection to this and to the adoption at the league's new slogan, "Get Into the I.irtlcs,'' pro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920. 8 An Export Bank for Export Trade WE ARE in all essentials export bankers. Our organization has been built up for the special' purpose of providing maximum banking facilities .abroad for the safe antf efficient handling of all financial transactions growing out of imports and exports. Representing ta we do a combination of Interests of two of the largest banking institutions in the Western Hemisphere the National Park Bank of New York and. the Union Bank of Canada WC are in a position 10 ojict uirjugu uui own imcigii uiiuiw.u a strong foreign banking service of the most comprehensive nature. Shipments financed, acceptances given, collections promptly effected, and all other financial items pertaining to foreign business 'efficiently transacted. I SAW FRANCISCO SEATTLE (TOKIO YOKOHAMA SHANGHAI Other Branches in Process of Organization PARIS OFFICERS Charles A. Holder, President T. Fred Aspdcn, Vice-President E. B. MacKcnzie, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

8 tTHE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY Iff, 1920. SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD ' Ifc ; I i , -. ' I PENROSE TO OPPOSE 'POPGUN' TARIFF Holds All Changes Should Wait Careful Study of tho Pre-War Situation. EXCEPTS DYE INDUSTRY House "Ways and Means Body (Jives Up Plans to Pass Minor Measures. jpenal to Tnr. Sex and Nxtr Took Herald. Washington, Feb. 17. Senator Pen. rose il'enn.), chairman of tho Senate Finance Committee, has informed Ite- publican llonso lenders that he Is op pt.-ed strongly to "popgun" tariff legis lation and minor chances In. tho rev c no laws at this time. He qxpects to b!i k the passa&e In the Senate of Rev. cm', bills paseed by the House Increas. Ins tho duties on a few articles and repealing a tew of the- consumption taxes of the revenue bill. Id the opinion of Senator Penrose all the changes In the tariff and revenue laws should be delayed until a compre hensive study can be made by Congress of tho entire post-war situation, with ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

I 5 10 AND THE NEW YORK HERALD, FOUNDED 1JM- KKW YORK, yVKDNtMPAY;J-gB.Jf. JJW; iuubux.TieViai.d cokI-oiutio.v, Publisher. 20 Wr04a. Frank A. Munsr. '"l4aL. T Errm Wardmsn. Vlce.preslJtnti Wm. T. tlewart, Vlce-prtsident and Treasurer! R. Tlthetlnftan. Secretary. NEWBSTANIi PRICES. Dally, In rnU cop l -where, Huodsy, five cental elsewhere, ten fnl. HAIL BUUHCniHTIO.V HATE?. aat at UUsUilppI (liver : Uy Mall, Postpaid. IfAII.Y A SUNDAY. MAILT only on fix On Year, Months. Month. .11.00 IC.W 4I.W . 0.00 4.M . KWNDAY on Ir 4 oo i SUNDAY only, Canada 0 00 ,!?..,.,,, ror i points wHi , .1.; .nd ,9 wsv year lor dally or i Hivtr fauadiy editions. aa ii A var lor uiu v. -.., i KonnioN HATE?. AJLY A SUNDAY. .120 00 IIJ.M BAILY only 1. BUNDAY only 0 e1J All checks, money orders. c, Wad payable to The Sun-Herald. IJ40, 1.SO ,f i to t"l Ihiropean Edition. Published In Paris every day In the i yar. Prlca la Parla 23 centime, daily and Sunday. ItIS lKtn. conc.mm .dv.rti.inr rat, Jr ta Eoropran EJms...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
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