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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

.;f 7.-,- THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERaLD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920 Klar&i Gras Ball Held for Charity by Society Here i ' Hiss Slicppnrd Takes Place of Miss CoVlcs as Quccli Lnttcr 111. To celebrate the Inat hours of lndul pence before llic Lenten season begins to-day tlicro wns held last night In tho ballroom of the Rlts-Cnrlton Hotel a jljrdl (Iras ball. It wiw for the tneflt (,( Die southern Industrial Educational jlMPflatioii, which looks after the Civil, drcn nf Southern mountalnasrs. Thla en icrlalmiu-nt was patterned after that which U given every year In New Orleans irJ was ciirrird out bo far as possible like th.it nf the Southern city. .Hi or trveral hundred guests had as reii.blcd in their seats on the ballroom door the king, Impersonated by Mr. Staf ford KeW. took his Place on tho throne !ileh waa erected on the stage of the ballroom. Then a royal pioeesslon come down tiiro'ign the middle alslo of the Nllroom floor. In which was the iiuecn, nho wns 'mpersonnted by Mi...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

I. IP 'f. PaWjv ssssssssF I B sssssK ' B 12 Supporters of iWALKER BOXING I BILL HEARING New York Senator Is Con fident About His V Measure. DIDDLE PIUISES SPORT Gen. O'Byan Joins With Him in Confounding Op position. Bttctai to Tin Sc ami Ntw Yoik HMitp. At.DANT, Feb. 17. "It was Ihe spirit of boxing that won the world war," declared Major Anthony J. Drexe Bid die of the Army Navy and CUMon Board of lloxlng Control. PlnB be fore tho Senate Judiciary Committee this afternoon In favor of the vtage of tho Walker bill to reestablish legal ized boxing In New York State. tWhen the hearing ended the general v.ii.e ws thnt tho bill would be re ported favorably and would pass through tho Legislature. Senator James 3. Walker, Democratic leader of the Senate, announces at uw conclusion of the hearing that he wouia Introduce an additional measure under which boxing bouts may .bo permitted rv, wii,Ar mii nurmlts fifteen round bouts nnd provides for a commission of three men to supervise me cornea...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

IS Imericas Cup Challenge Accepted Officially; Sandy Hook Course Named and Third Thursday 'in fuly Dat&Set THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920. EWYORKY.C. , fif OUNCES COP DEFENCE DATES jr;t Contest for the Amer ica's Trophy Is Set for July 15. ornE off the hook hallcnircr's Requests, Except on Sail .Measurement Rule, Arc 3Iet. Barnard Juniors Outplay Seniors for Hockey Championship. v, re- ol international jatui ia.- . America's Cap. on we course Candy HOOK. lo " nTcrf t'.f competition were made pub- - . . . I... aKinlnr whan 4. dfr.r.lie KB) miii i.n. ,'t York YachfcClub Issued an of- alia- ...ti'Mnent 8f the acceptance of . j ler.ee nt to it or im ) .f Vt-M ('ub of Belfast, oa behalf T " 2 Tipton. f race will bo held on the cus v . 5 3 of the best three out of Wis r- permitting there will be t-s c. ernate day, not counting -- J . . ... .,- ,- wi p"3tf' I n on JUl) li, v, -.erica will defend with either the . . - i 111. ...hli.1, will An. SO 1C Cr luc AiM...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

14 New York Central and Hudson River R. R. Co. 4 Deb. (now mte) Bonds Due May 1, 1934 Legal investment for savings banks and trust fundi in Maw, 'Conn; and Vermp'ot. Company" pays 2 of normal Federal income tax. Tak exempt in New York and Pennsylvania. Price to yield 6.85 Circular on rtquttt for AD-'ifH. TheNationalCrty , Company Main Cfici; NttimalCil Hani Bid Ulmn tifficei Fifth An. & 43rd Si. Correspondent Offices la over AO Cities fnnTi.iTAriT Mmirn AND COMMENT THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920. BONDS IN NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Market Fenliireless E.vcopt for Tjfist Hour Strength of Bail Shares. GENERAL LIST IS HEAVY Oil Itnils Lead Slight Advance of Lower Priced Issues Money Is Eusler. ' Empire Gas and Fuel Company Convertible Gold Notes of 1924 8.50 Yield At Present Quotation) Weil Secured Large Earning Power Attractive Conversion Privilege Henry L Doherty & Company Bond Department 60 Wall Street, New VTork FISHER BODY ' Discussed ffo.ij itith 1...

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

'THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920. : r.tmu Amtrion Botk Co. Stk. & Bondi American Piano Cora. & PH. American Caramel Com. & Pfi American Machine & Foundry American Manufacture, Com. & Pfd. Imeririn Real Estate 6s f AmericanThrrn.BUle BWintBroi.Um.& "Id. JjmeaBullerPfd. Byproducts Coke City & luburbin Hornet . Crowtll Publishing Com. & Pfd. GrtdeySq. Hotel Com. & Pfd. International Ciar Machinery Nashua Cotton Mills National Caaket Stk. & RighU Realty Associates Standard Paint Co. Sernet Solray T.H.SjminjtonCom.&Pfd. Union Amer.OjirPld. Wcstinthousc Church & KtrrCom.&Pfd. JLffiCOMPANV Mulestnxnt: Securi(ie$ 50 PINE ST. (Ground Floor) N. Y. Tel. John iS4. HACK AY COMPANIES RECEIPTS INCREASE Iloport of last Fiscnl Year Dls I closes Balnncc But 18,000 Less Than Year Ago. SURPLUS $5.74 A SHAKE President Announces Exports Arc- Trying Now Devices to1 Improve Cablo System. RAILROAD HEADS TO CONFER WITH HINES Will D...

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

16 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920. CURB ISSUES TAKE AN UPWARD SWING liisc Is General AfteV Early Display of Irregularity nnd Trend of Easing Off. MM Victory T is 400 West Knd 0 1 MM White Caps f 11 1000 White CapjExt.,t 2tt 1000 Wllberl " t 7 1W0 Verrituton t 4 BONDS. 12m Allied Pac It 77'i Woo Am Tel (4 w UK ItXW Am Tel : HH WOO Uelg (Jov Ca M4 SI0O0 Gen Glee (a MVi ssooo Inter It T 7 CJV, 000 Ken O 7 7', tKM Ut A M ( Mli It ITi 10 :i 7 4 II 1T4 11 7 4 11 tS 11 BA'NXI.NG THE men and women who carry forward the work of The Philadelphia National Bank are trained to look at their daily tasks no matter how apparently insignificant in relation to the other work of the bank, and in relation to the great throbbing commercial life of the city, the nation, and the world. THIS application of imagination to each employee's work stimulates him to broader effort and increases his personal happi ness and his usefulness to the community. It is also of practical benefit ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

THE $UN AND " .NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920. "Bankers Rood," so called, in jplendid condition should be come o contender for market leadership UNION PACIFIC n concise analysis ond timely dis cussionalso data on 5 LOW PRICED RAILS selected fw poaalWUtlfs of dolitt belter lusrkctwlso unilcr private ownership. FOREIGN CREDITS A lrlf article nl a? suioinary of m companies that arc beneOtlng from ttio Webb-Pomereno Law. tuba Cane, Susar Mma loco. J rurlble Steel Boone Oil Calif. rocUus Gen. Asptiatt In tbe Oarrent Istus MAllKtrr OPINIOS Ctaiis on request Jot C-JJ. R.H.MacMASTERS&GO. uitnbtn Ctmiolliatti Stork BzeA. ,V. T, 69 Wall St. New York IhnottrSSlS Cnund Floor OFFER Mks. 2,000,000 City of Hamburg Bonds XA Albert de BaryJr. Inc. rrprtitnttno H. Albert von Bary. Michelis & Ca Berlin 280 Broadway Telephone Worth 2580 Features of the Pending Railroad Legislation Af- fecting the Value of Railroad Securities. WE have compiled a letter on the pending railroad meas...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920. 18 4-V RAILWAY BILL NOW ' FIIIX COMPROMISE PinnI Iteport Trovidcs for Voluntary Consolidation of Private Lines. QUICK PASSAGE LlKbiJl t i .... n. .,,-.::,.,. Cnnmo in 1,lllOr (11)1)05111011 S3Ltlll IV ' . , JIavc Subsided Two Demo crats Arc Obdurate. flitrial to Tiir SfK jh Nw Vosk HmU). Wasiilvoton, Feb. 17. Senato and irmiom rnnfnrcM on the railroad bill completed the measure to-night and put in iiniHiuiiK iaj;nr u ... vV - nQ nciCa.tIon that plans for the merger report. It will be printed to-morrow and n,ve ben considered, but It would be Kesentcd to both houes either late In considered a perfectly natural devel tlie day or early Thursday. All of the lQ rtpQH 0 th6 onference managers are In agreement pannei merger of the Uurllngton. North M'l'h the exception of Representatives ern Pacific and Great Northern was the Pirns fTenn.). nnd Barclay (Ky,). the anouncement that Hale Holden Regional ., v Th.v Director ot the Centra...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

I ' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920. , W 19 LATEST NEWS FROM j i REAL ESTATE FIELD story bulldtoff, ST.fxlOO, rentlnc for 9.5(I0. Demand for Bronx Find. Samuel Williams bought through It Goldberg; COS anil 614 Prospect nv., tho southwest corner of Beck at, n flvo stofy apartment with stores, 90xl4, rentlm for 110,600. SI. A. wcchslcr Company nnd Qeorico TREND OF TRADE j mission at 123 and 134 East Twenty j eighth street to tho 8tat of New York for a headauiirtcra for tho Industrial Ql7l7rJ TW TtfAQUQ Commission, at present occupying tho tiUUn 111 jJUilUEllJ top floor In 230 Fifth avenue. The Y. SL C. A. property fronts CO feet In , T iiii ' "ocnsier company ana ueorso .i"i-vnm c-i m Taricfy Of DCJVIS lnClUdCU III Ctxrtnr sold for the K. li. Gerald Itcalty LllShlCSS 1.0II6CS IlCIlt Fifth Twenty-scvcnth street. The mnln struc- jlndgel. of Brokerage and Other Reports, The ne story building nt "I Cortlandt southwest corner ot Vaolilrton st, which was recently p...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

j.. .mill m i i MmAUWV..i.v.v!mwm wvm OH 20 CITV REAL ESTATE. From Battery to 14th St.. Inclusive. 3624 WEST BROADWAY Next to Corner Broom fltrMt FIRE PROOF L0FTBU1LD1NG ( Story nJ basement, 45x41. , Extra heavy construction; electric ele vator, lem heeling plant; Immediate poa ifulnn. J'Hpii 1123.000. Arthur H.O'MaDey, Sole Agent Tel. Canal 4233. t67 Wnt Broadway. Corner Spring & Clare St. Six I S3. LOW FHH'K. KAI-.Y TERMS. SUITABLE WAREHOUSE Oil .OARAGE. AMES ft CO.. 28 V. 31HT ST. HEVEN story, nil light lofts, talldlnc; le vator: possession. 111,000. SPENCER. IHI Union it- Brooklyn. TENTH t., near Filth av 4 I atory ; and basement, x.I. prlc. 134.000. 14.000 CHh, FEPE, Washington Square Above Mill hi. to SOU' St. (Inclusive), East Hlver to North Rler. Business Home On 56th Street, BET. 5TH & GTH AVES. 4-atory and bawracnt dwell ing; 20 x 100; elevator, ritICK 8SO.O00. MORTGAGE 850,000 POSSESSION OCT. 1, 1020 Principals Only Wm. A. White & Sons Ol Cedar Street. Tel. 57...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

THE SUN ,AND , NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1920. ' 4-4- 21 MOioPB'APVroTigEMEyT , t PROTESTANT KliHCOPAL. ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S CHUfiCH Tnrk Ave. ft-iii filst flf. B,T. LEKiHTON PARKS, I. U., nector. Asli Wedriesdajf Scrvltes I A. Mm Half Communion 11 lt A. SI., Morning Prayer and Sermon. 1! M Noonday Service. Daily Lenten services,-11 My UNDERTAKERS, Office, 20 East 23d ft.. New Yorlc. Lota ol, mi all alto lor tale. proposal.-,. iifliie. of the Quartermaster General, Clblhtug and Equipage Division, Munition. Building, Wishlnrton, I). C. pealed proposals. In.dupli. lit will bo received here until U A. M., Mifch Hth. W."0. for furnishing tt Victory Modal and component parts thereof. Infor nation cnt on request. KITUATIONB WAyXTSTTOMMJEg. Cooks, e. , ' i rYlMrETENT woman wantl position al, cook lii small family, (Safe. Tuesday and Wednes day, :h COOK. I'rotestsut, crpcTience In duty, .willing lo wilt on 11"' taujt: apartment; city refer. mvi, iw writing. IIS Weil 33th St. (to...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 18 February 1920

PERSONALS; Or AWIW lflio j.in. ., ict 6..ftwJa ft as it Of I, . 1. , l; INKDHMATIO.S1 is i.ird ',".. R"f" ,S?fflWfe t nlW 8ltr ol America about thlrtJ Mid Kranrl, CmMl. '"; W, aiinr irllh and otablUblnr Ineuuir .."." I lira Shaw, Solicitor, Hallracna, uiuiiv a.. Mini, irtianu, "V.l.mlalv 17. IK. "C E. 0,-Pleaae oomminijcata with J, J- P;. Jo5Tli8-.ll arr Ann irrW'f.'om.my Isle Samuel Jones, ol Atiiiiu. 10 DM Count Tyrone, and bo '.- iAS r h5r will ftnimunlrote llh b 'ide.vinl S?M Imar somelhinr I?. "'''A.1 iXuriion Dun. lOSS MEOl.ACOin.lS. Solicitors, uun kciiu.n'kb. ciimstian -2''n, f deilrel. Klndljr communicate A. rinnon. Co. Tyrone, '""il'i Iler.ld Harlem. TOU.VO m.n wlahsi ,V wah0",: n.Mnn In sent tman Of COUplS lend to travel n-it summer. Aaaren a. C, X., care Sun-Herald. LOST AND FOUND. XV taxi driver will return chinchilla muK rt In in. b Saturday "If h about j join ii. ini i'ivju". . -- - VKIJ. roDinrt dirlBnt. Jobn Wsaa- tinirr . u0rr , 1,0.1 at. sot ,ui i. t """-......ici...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

'Mr ' fT . WEATHER FORECAST. Fair and colder to-day; to-morrow fair; E moderate northwest winds; Highest temperature yesterday, 49; lowest, 34. Dstatled weather report! will Dt found 00 the editorial page. A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD ? reserves the best traditions of each, n combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than cither has ever been on its own, AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVIL NO. 172 DAILY. PRICE TWO CENTS , . three cents in new Yomc crrv and suburbs. on trains and elsewhere. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1920.-SSfc SJftiSr JSSg'g. t. SWAM NEWTON GRANDJURY AID Almirall Makes "Specific" Charges Against Pooling:, Smith and Kilroe. GOVERNOR THEN ACTS Assistant District Attor neys Here Accused of Wilful Ncsrlect. MEANS CASE IS ONE CITED Pooling: Is Alleged to Have Conspired to Indict Man for Murder. Specific charges against John T. Doollng, James E. Smith and Edwin P. Kilroe, Assistant District Attorneys ef New Tork county, were rece...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

r 4 reject tno Versatile treaty, Including aa tt does the leigu covenant. Presumably Jiny participation of this Government In She TurkltU treaty by the presence of Ki plenipotentiary would be based on Jgrtlcle X. It wa on thla bal that the $J'reldent ordered the American peace commissioner to sign the Bulgarian treaty, with which country, like JTurkty, JjJthe United Statea was not at war. 3a: In Paris last eummer, participation of f;5th United Mate In the Turkish peace treaty was assumed because at that time ?Jhe foreign government believed, ns a re sult of Mr. Wllons representations, that (Aho United States would accept ot kt ifew of the Turklih mandate, nut It I Conceded now In official circle here that She treaty discussion ha shown thl to 'a8 out of the question. Thereforo th liole question nor turns' upon how" far, J&ho President Intend to carry hla policy :$6f InternatlonalUm n baaed on Art cle rffv. Ti Adriatic note make clear that Kti I the policy of the Wilson diplomacy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1920, i UPON GERMANY CAN'T BE MET Minister of Economies Re plies to Charge of Disre garding Treaty. Sure Relief HAS ONLY HALF NORMAL Snys if Franco Takes Too Much It Will Prevent Work of Restoration. nr nAYMorra swing. Iti? forrnpondtnt ot Tn 3cs txr Xiw YOSK llKRILD, ItiOil CabU, Copyright, bv Tna Sov Ap Siw Yost UllULD. BniUJ.v. Feb. 16 (delayed). A de fence of Germany's social programme and tho charge that Premier Mlllerand cf France, win misrepresenting tho farts relating to tho co.il situation were- contained In a statement pre pared for The Sun and New York Hfjmu by Erich Schmidt. .Minister of Economics. "Franco accusCs us of Intentionally (jsre-'ardlnc our obligations as to coal deliveries, as though we were In a po rtion to fulfil them," he said. "I will rot enter Into the lesal phase of the questlon.of whether wo are obliged to make deliveries of a certain quantity of -oa! to France. I will merely try to throw some light o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

4 4 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1920. BOTH HOUSES l RElME RAIL BILL REPORT Prorijjcs for Present Wages nniSSfj&'for Six Sfonthfr TO COMB! UP SATURDAY Brotlierlioods Are Dissatisfied With Tay provision Will Try to Defeat Measure. tptttal la Tub Sen aho The HmU. WashWotox, Feb. The confer ence report on the railroad reorganiza tion Mil providing 'or a new era of Federal regulation of the rouls alter they are returned to private ownership on March 1 a presented to both houses of Con?res to-day. The nnal nercement represent more than eight months of active endeavor by the Sen ate and House Interstate Commerce committees. M Immediately on nresentatli-n oA tht epmblned bill In the House represen tative KJch (Wis.), chairman of the House Interstate Commerce Committee, obtained unanimous consent to call up tjie conference report Saturday and to limit debate thereon to five hours, to bu equally divided betwen proponents ajid opponents of the measure. House leaders...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

THE SDN AND NEW .YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1920. RETAILERS WARNED OF COST REBELLION jlowinl Figff Tells Dry Goods Merchants Consumer Is at End of Endurance. CHALONER AWARDED L Testator and Litigant in Will Case, J $17,S00 FOR LIBEL Sued the New York "Evening VEIL IS LIFTED ON HARKNESS DEATH 'ITIirco .Mysterious Strangers" ' at Ecdsiuc Were Now York Physicians. Post" for $100,OUV. John Armstrong Chnloner was allowed MUST NOT PROFIT ON BISK Assistant Attorney - General Pc'clnrcs War on Goujjers in Convention Speech. Artdresslnff ft thousand members of tht National lUtnll DryBoods Associa tion, assembled for their ninth annual convention In tho Pennsylvania' Hotel, th staff lieutenant of Attorney-General Palmer, who Is charged with tho sup jirffslon of extortion and profiteering, Molded and warned them Bravely yas- terd.iy afternoon. He cautlonod these men, representing" the leading drygoods anil department ttorn retailers from every section of tho country, that tho time hnd ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

Mt SALT IS CALLED TO NATIONAL DISORDER Thompson Tells 0. 0. P. Lead ers Wc Arc Living Govern mental ly Topsy-Turvy. CAMPAIGN FINANCES UP Small .Contributions WjllUe SdUtfJLaild All.tfook$Vfl.l ( lie Open. jfc lxct:trlnjr that jcovemmentally w Jiave bun "llvlnc in tapry turveydom," William Hoyce TIiomiHn, chairman of Iho wayj wnJ mean, commit e t,hf Jtepuullcatf National Commute, irouned ti Ratlicrlnr? of 300 Kepubllcan lenders last night when he naltl they were lirmnt txcause they had Mid to them bIvca "This dfeortfer has gohedn Ion? fnouith." Col. Thompson Introduced Will H. Hayi, chairman of the Rational committer, for whom he save the dinner et the Waldorf, an the "Little alant of the Republican Tarty" Most of those prrwnt were from New Tork State in th: city to attend the un official convention that opena lenient, but former United States Senator John w nf llaraachuittM and Col William C. Procter of Ohio, chairman of I the MaJorOen. Leonard ooa cam pal committee, were present an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

THE , SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1920., ' 7 MEDAL PRESENTED , ( I J 1 Tiny Airplane Makes Its Firat Flight. TO HERBERT HOOVER Civic Forum Honors Ex-Food Controller at Gnthoring in Cnrncgio' Hall. BIG AUDIENCE APriiAUDS i Hughes and Other Well Known Speakers Pralso Tatriotlc Services of Californinn. Heitert Hoover had to sit through an hour and a half of eulogy of himself at Carneplo Hall last night. When his turn to answer camo he remarked Ihnt, nl thoupli one of the speakers had refqrrcd to him as a modest man, ho would never. In view of this experience, he .bin to provo It The occasion was the presentation by the Ctvlo Forum to Mr. Hoover of Its medal of honor for distinguished ser vice, the only recipients In past ycurs having been Gen. Goethals, Thomas A. Edison nnd Alexander Graham Bell, Only by distortion of Intent could there be paid to bo anything political In the affair, which was carefully described by the chairman, Charles 13. Hughes, as non-partisan....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, .1920. AND JTHE NEW YORK HERALD. FOCN'DED 1833-1835. A'EW YORK, THURSDAY. FEB. 19. 1 THE SUN-HERALD CORPOJUTION, Publishers. 20 r1?1r.1'', , Trnk A. Muniey. ' reeldent. T Errln Werdman, Vlce-prertdent; Wm. T. rart. Vlce-prteldent nd Treaaurer: It II, Tltherlniton, Hecretary. NEWSSTAND riUCKS. Dally. Iwe rent copy In M TjtfU etli& eobnrb wd three nts " 'A1L SUBSCRIPTION' eUT89. OM pit ..On. ny. TIAIL.1 DAILY River add 51 year lor dally or dally ena FOREIGN RATES. DAILY t SUNDAY.. IM.00 U? DAILY only 1? HL'NDAY onlT " ? on. 6" On. 'Sill. Peetp.ld. Year. MwiiJ Lt F UN DA Y . . 1 1 I , W ly only J-M iS? PA? only..... .. r-rf 2 Jaratlon; yet why did be feel itneces wry to luaie It? Can Jt bo possible that the Vice President of the United States, taking Into account 'the present temper and frame of mind of the Cliief Magi trote. feared that It might enter Mr, Wilson's head to demand the resig nation from office of the Vlcc-Preal dent...

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