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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOHK HERALD, l'HUWA, miL.u,. 19, 1920. Mardi Gras Dance at Palm Beach on Porches of Hotel 0 Entertainment an Innovation There Dinner Parties in Throng. tl,)i to Tub Sr. and Nut Yoik Uuiu, pAI.n Reach. Flo., rob. IS. An In- vatlon licro was a Mardl Gran cele bration last nlRht. Tho palm room and .... e Hnvni l'olnelnna P""-"1-" . 1" ' Hotel, which wer uset. were gay with flirs and Japaneso lanterns, and there w,.s much confetti nnd serpentine, with Unf hath, caps and ballons as souve i.irii Several dinner parties went there ju- ilanclns. Mrs. Edward T. Stotesbury of l'liila ( i-.phia. who uppeared In public for the jlrst tlmo Blnco her arrival here, cn t. 'Uwied a company at dinner at tho II, nit 'lub, Others thero with guests vor. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jerome N. t, parte, Mr. and Mrs. Joslah S. Cosden. Mr. William J. Haxtcr. Mr. Jesse I.. Mcrmore. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. M. Mallln huti Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vernon Skirt nnd Mr and Mrs. Theodora A. Schulze. Mr' W. Harry Urown had n part...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1920. After a Thrilling Basketball Struggle Yale Barely Defeats Columbia in Overtime Game by 32 to 31 10 OLD ELI ME WINS BY A Site POINT Captain Van Slyck Tosses Goal , That Brings Defeat to Columbia. M.G. A. SELECTS ITS TOURNAMENT DATES Amateur and Jnnior Golf Championships Will Bo Decided During June. SCORE STANDS 32 TO 31 Game Ends in a Tio and An Overtime Period Is Necessary. ' tueeial to TBI Sl. SAD Ntw Ton llataLD, Nbw Haven, Conn., Keb. IS. In the I fastest and most esclting game of bas HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT By DANIEL. CepurtgM, 1S20, by The tiuit-Oeratd Corroratlm. SO JIB days ago wo stated our objections to tho rule which has been Incorporated Into tho, new code drawn up. by a committee of the Army, Navy and Civilian Board of Boxing Control which would permit a boxer to leave the rintPbetween rounds. 'Tex" O'Rourke, who was the sponsor for that rule, writes us as follows: I recently made a stateme...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

n American Polo Association Declines With Regret Invitation Firom Belgium to Send Team for the Olympic Garnet THE SUN. AND NEW YORK HER ALP, THURSPAY,. FEBRUARY 19, 1920. WESTERN SKATERS LEAD IN TITLE MEET Everett McGownn of St. Paul Wins Ono Mile- nnd Half Mile Events. WOMEN'S RECORDS FALL Jiiss Hose Johnson Clips Time From Old 100 nnd 220 Yard Unrks. IttcM f Tn Sex anp New Yok Hi tut'. Lakh Tlacid, N. T.. Feb. 19 -Western rpctd skaters carried oft the bulk of the honorH In the first day's contests I In the international cnampioninips nere n.dav. They outclassed the Eastern stirs. In spite of, the unfavorable weather larce ana enthusiastic crowu wit nessed tho races. Heavy snow fell duf-1 Ire the contests and accumulated at the j rite of two Inches an hour. Everett .Mcuowan or at. raui carneu SHa-ffsiHO.AMHlICANPOLO Jelraw for r-econd honors with a tot,al pf 10 points, m. lioouman or Winnipeg, Canada, nnd Joe Moore, formerly Met ronolltan champion and now skating un- i'er the color...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

12 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1920. nlDDER9PJEAB0DY&CO. BOSTON 17WlHSt HEW YORK Investment Securities Foreign Exchange Letters of Credit Baring Brothers & Go., Ltd, tONDON FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Stocks Continue to Becover and Industrials Have Moderate Rise. BAILS ABE STILL STRONG Although Some Gains Are Lost on Bcallzingr, Majority of Issues Close Higher. i Maury j Rogers & Auchincloss jjl Stocks j Bonds ill Cotton Grain Members jj N. Y. Stock Exchange ; N. Y. Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trade J 25 Broad St. jj IT"" i i IONDS NOTES I 1 f mm mm mm m ill II dTUCKd ;i II i ml for ' l It Suitable Investment Jelke & bOLLES MEMBERS N-Y STOCK EXCHANSC 40 WALL ST. NEW YDflK Empire Gas and Fuel Company Convertible Gold Notes of 1924 , -8.50 Yield At Present Quotations Well Secured Large Earning Power Attractive Conversion Privilege Henry L. Doherty & Company Bond Department 60 Wall Street, New York J. K. Rice, Jr. & Co. Will Buy lOOAm...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEtV YORK HERALD, THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19j 1920; 18 A Good Bank will not only listen to your needs, but will volunteer its aid. Try Garfield service. GARFIELD NATIONAL BANK 23adStr4t,whw FIFTH AVENUE CROOKS tmOAVftW Orders executed in ARKANSAS GAS LONE STAR DUQUESNE OIL and all Pittsburgh Securities rniv.VTE wmn HOLMES, BULKLEY & WARDROP MEMBERS New York Stock Exchanit Pittsburgh Stock Exdiantt Union Dink Bid Pittiburgh 61 Broidwiy New York Butler Bros. New Stock Butler Brcs., the largest Mail Order House in the world doing business exclusively with re tailers, has announced an increase in its capitalization and a division of the old high-priced shares into shares of smaller par value. Holders of the old high-priced shares received five shares of the new stock for each share of the old stock so held, and in addition were accorded the right to pur chase one share of the new stock from the Company for each ten shares of stock so held. Butler Bros, is perhaps the pre mier ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

Tvi rW --j-f - - , . , " 1 14 THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1920. FACTS concerning the SECURITY MARKET are Vital to Thinking People nrin How to Avoid Losses n"u In Your Investing A Timely Message Clear -Convincing Clever Constructive. CAR COMPANY HAS INCREASED INCOME r MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS Bom of Its Interesting captions are : Tht Qreat Security Market Thinking Proeen of Margin Trader The Wrong 'Broker Method Artificial Obttacle to Hold Honey and CuttomerRetultt to Broker Puher 0 MenPouer of NEW TOIIC BANK STOCK. Bid.Ask.1 BM.Ask. Amerlci (is 'GttGarneld KU...JX 1 Battery . 21$ rS'Hunman XO ""try 4j . lllanover no 110 Bryant rukv.l laMndottrlil 3 .. B'waj cn U Wimp A Trad. ...Si ll iironx t Xil xwirrtn; Ml S Been A D IT .. Liberty 40 CT-im 3 IWUceoln .173 213 Chit A r 310 SManhst Co SCO ... Th Pre.e,t Kim-I Car Cemrjanr bll WW El.... J 3 ...IMech A M 450 waup4 (3 paranii report ur , uuxea el ZvJ X0;Mutaal tt ihows a very liberal Incrcas In arn-j i'iron" Irgs ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

the Sun and new york herald, Thursday February 19, j?2o. Foreign ; Securities and Foreign Exchange American investors and banking insti tutions undor pres ent conditions can benefit now by pur chasing European Securities and Ex changes, which are obtainable at most attractive prices. BANK CLEARINGS AT" HIGHEST IN LONDON Unprecedented Inflation of Currency and Credit Is Bcsponslblc.- London', Feb. 3. Economic condi tions which linve resulted In an unprec edented Inflation of currency and credit nre responsible for the high rec ord for bank clearing reported for 1919. Tlio totals follow: . nmnd total, lnio, (iMir.jm.oooi ion. tsi,- 10T.Bia.006: Increase. tL?lf,87O,0fl6. ..Ts1.flf-.r'J?S. 0'- 3.iK.aw,ooo! 1018. UT.ait.ttM.OOO; lorrease. I6.lf3.0ft7.000. Me miwlltsn rlesrlns total, 1010. f 1,813.029.. oooj I01S, tl.iat.flll.OOOi' Increase, i3S4,. JIH.OOO. Count rr chccU rlfirlnc total FLAX PLANTS IN BRITAIN ARE SOLD Private Enterprise to Take Government's Place. London, Feb. IS. J. C. N...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

16 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1920. SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD 1 PAYNE AND STEVENS; HJ'SSiJSST " " C04i COST BLAMED Word cam from BuiTtlo last night that be had Informed the women's ocra- nTOAf'DUD flU QUIDV- a!ttf that laul rtop?l off on tWr iriy . llmaiTKftrj 1 1 lM tinlriVbacla from C-lcago to 5td Trttii tin ! that under no circx-ctta-rea wcruM b I contest to eppcte Senator TCadswoTtl ( The oomxaJtt roniisttri of Mr. Frank Vnrmor TpIIr Kpnntft There Ts Va.ider.ip. ill Allele Potter, repre- rFUUllft AUUUVa'n A 0 Xo Danger of Foreign Control. 1 'l.rtte nm 8anB WI' CABLE REPORTS. ' ,i5 iS; " " ff -taiaclwt A.VTWERr, Feb 14 Sllll. air C . . F?-: ... ' iU. Savanath. T U U-f..V.. t N-.n V L ,-!fA.,7' ?? J Ftl Bask , Artt.i lita. nr Yirr!a Valptnlte. ermetwu. w. iv JUIA-,'4"' iwm nil Jit itn Tbcoxto (Rr, a- - - .....i... , ,- . u aia. . .wftvil tactile. OOL n'WHtxoro.v, Feb. l.-lLcrxsa In uirXtrU 2 Oes & Bettr-ert tooa SVJ' ' "'- I BREMEN. Feb...

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

pi? "7 t H ' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THUBSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1920. 17 HEDLEY WILL FIGHT TO KEEP INTERBORO Tells Mayor Ho Will Advlso Directors to Hold on to Lnst Ditch. S fl'TTING SALARIES : t Ic Explains Eight Cent Fnrc Is Asked Only Temporarily to Meet Crisis. Frank HcJIey, president of the Inter borouch, announced yesterday afternoon t the Hoard of Estimate traction In quiry at City Hall hl position regard. tnt the InterborouBh's present financial rendition and Its application for an eight Wnt fare. The Increase Is asked only temporarily to tido tho company over a financial crisis caused by high war ox prises and, Sir. Hedley implied, by lib-, erl dividends In the past. "If wc don't get an Increased fare or rttsomc one to lend us or give us some money we cannot keep runnlne," he said. If the city grants the Increase, Mr. Htdley said, tlie Interborough Is pre pared to do its share. He had already tut tome salaries. Last Monday he pro posed to Alfred Skltt. president of the Man...

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

18 CITY VXAh ESTATE. Abore 14th St. to 59th St. (Inclusive). Eaat River to Nmb Hirer. Ready for Alterations 57th St. East of 5th Ave. 4 8TOKY ANT) BASEMENT DWKLLINO 20x100. IMce. 180,000. Free and a tor. Pomiilon 90 Days GEORGE S. RUNK Yorkvllle Hank Building. Sd Ave.adS3th8t. Phone L3ox3135. A Business !! OPPORTUNITY. Lexington t.. north of cd. it: very usb ttsntisl dwelling fine for alterations; brok en protected. H. J. DOUGLAS. 405 Lexing- ion ay. ELEVEN 11017 loh tIldlng, above 23d. our Brosdwsy, 23x100; IB1 rents $M.0O0; ei,rvi cifiTii'f lrn nnuiiiffiv. FOI'l story onn stone dwelling, 224 it: free snd clesr; terras arranged. !ce $14,000. Ill'HOSS. 155 Wl If lb. IN the heart of the air. near itth it. and Lexington bt., four itory bulldlnr. 20x100; sally converted Into business or oilier bulld lnr; win Kll below 120,000; quick action. CHAS. WARNER. Attorney. SU Broadway. Worth 97. AlUHRAY HILL RESIDENCE, lies! tirgiln to tiotck purchaser. $.Y,i0. Possession. i JAMES KVIX & RO...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, , FEBRUARY 19, 1920. 19 BTCATIOXB WAWTKW TKMAtEfl. CtuAiM. a. mnK Proteatant. experience In duty, wllllns i. lt oo lit Utatl auertintnti city reftr. irfil writing, J18 Welt SJth at. (top 1IIJ, Took Fattltd. Ntw England, txcellent Ccoi. baker: imall adult Jwlly. fyntla .Ta eatate: country preferred. Call 137 East i rffiiTvUibM iwaitloo. private boardlof boaia o.linnrr: half time; bwt reference. Janitor, Ml' Writ Will. , eiix general! Certain worna- wlshtt position ..'l' family; no Uundry; references, Oade. England, ticellent t'jOK. Flnolsb, withe posltlno, email (amllri P'od, clean and reliable; city; T0-73. -i ii' Im Ilerald Htrlem. - mrjK, ciccllent. or light housework: imell fimuyi washing; preeent einulojeu. Call marimeni ....r.r.r, .TioK eiirlencl, obliging; good reference; cV2.i.' rail after U. 273 West Hid. rfiTjK-W'oman wishes position email family; C7.,,.... McStsv. 133 Ka.t B3d et. rfioK alone, or houseworker: no laundryl col. oml.' re...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 19 February 1920

20 PERSONALS. ISrOrtMATIOM I dtilrtxl as to Trtacit Campbell, fomerl of Kltanr. tn lU Ca tr of Antrim. .Ireland, who em Urated to the Imlted Btatea of America about ttatrtr years ' The Mid French Campbell. If Hire, orhls thlldren, If ho ii dew!. Kill hear ot some tatoi to him er tl.elr. s.lrantare "ft , will callnr with and establish M llf,, lira Shaw, Solicitor, Daiijmena. Countr An- Him, iraianu. LK1IITIIAI.U Ifarrr and wlff. iHHt! ".r njini: xreen your. neii. pl"" - a . . . . ... ul.i.. Mnnl. II. VII. dla Amitertain t NeT lora en Onuni papers pieam ropy, roU.NO miio wl.hu lo travel om- panlon to gentleman or couyi -(end to travel neat summar. Artflress a. Ci X., cat Bnn'Herald. LOST AND ROUND. I, x nr.WAnn wiu. hk I'aid . fir retom of a platinum lar pin. auwt 4', in. Uoz. 8 Iw and 10 small diamond; lott 'ry II, lWlh at. and BmailwaT. (VliBroool. ate mitii k. n. iiorwrain. ss John t XNt city. Telephone neetiuai. MtBT. I tL'VI-rWh bull. Tne!y aUM. .wiJi' th at.! owner can hare upon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

' , 20tams ' ' WEATHER FORECAST Fair and continued cold to-day and to morrow; fmh northwest winds.,' Highest temperature yesterday, 41 j lower, i. Detailed wtathir rtporU will be found oa ti editorial A HAPPY BLENDING. Thje amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preserves the best traditions of each. In combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than either his ever been on its own. 4 '. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVII.--NO. 173-D4ILY. MF.W .VfiBTT BPmAV 'PT?ODTTADV, On" mOA ConHoil. !!. It TU Bm-SrnJi Cerroratle PRICE TWO CENTS IN NEW YOnK CUT AND SUBURBS. " vwxa, AiauAVUXXXVX Ktd li ecl class ttr, ret Office, Nnr Tort, ti, T. THREE CENTS ON TRANgANpEL3aWIIBnB, WILSON SEEKS PUBLICA TION OF NQTES ON FIJJME ISSUE: DEBS FROM JAIL ROOT CALLS G. 0. P. TO FIGHT CLASS DOMINATION; WOULD END DICTATORSHIP OF WAR TO WHITE HOUSE, ITAL Y SAID TO BE OBSTACLE HILLQUITS PLAN LABOR WILL ASK WILSON TO VETO RAILROAD BILL Gompers land Brotherhood Heads Are Preparing Pro , s test Against It. In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

BSBBBBBBJF'' 'Xm SUN AND NEW YpRK HERALD, FRIDAY, RARY ,20, jfcttgO, then U a apren fl1r for some jhln jrferent" to Js attained, no one knows how., "Multitude ot, people or neglectin- tftelr own Jrs nl tatnaiin mem .selves over thi shortcoming, of otheri It is a p'reTSWnK tat" of mind. It Is on epidemic It will run Its course like other epidemics, and xmo day the world -wfll rssllse thst th. curt Is for etch man W go to workjilnwelf. Then the high cost of llrtm will go down, "rt .r h,..is as pany Is to s4- dress ourselves with cheerful coursfe; nd .confidence to the pubfc problems demanding .solution ana ro erinf our country back to normal. It Is not to nut (he-' country back where.lt was Suhout Profiling n'Wthe.e ronderMI years, bill it jlWtaW lUh the effective control of da nent.l principle, on "wMch AmeW ... ... ........4v and oower tor (nod The U$ ts. and We must do iiit by t generalities but by specfc "thrift stcd first on the Urt of acjV inn sneaker said, narty could not While...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

Knio, obdo urnflnnv Willi) OBBO HUIVIU : BY FOCH IN L0P01U. m'? "Welcomes Him Homo as Hav , Inff Won in Tnrklsh Treaty Conference. TACT HEADY THIS MONTH j'rtiich Expect Now Objection From President Wilson on Tltrnco Question. Sl,,uat i able Detpateh to Tns Sen am Siw YnnK IlKiuU". Copyright, X, bv Tn By PAitif. Teb. 19. The return to Paris of Marshal Koch and General Franchet rt'i:perey after their trip to London was made the occasion of renewed exultation ,y the French press over what they call a French victory In Downing street, In tli.it Franco succeeded In laying down Important principles In connection with the Turkish penco treaty. (ircat optimism was expressed In o (Ti dal circles hero to-day regarding the TurhW pact, which, some well Informed men said, probably would be ready by mo end of this month, while In some othir circles It was said that It would not be completed before March 10. Per sons clone to Marshal Foch said that the military clauses of the treaty and the plan f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

THE SUN, AND tjfew' TfORg HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2tf, 1120.- r 1 SENATOR SHERMAN RAKES FORD AGAIN Asserts Autoraobllo Mannfac "v f nrr Hhfl Beared "Finan- cfolllolocln" CALLS iriS OAR A PEST Bittor Partisan Debate Takes Place in Senate on Now berry (JJaee. Washington. Fb. 19. Bitter pmr il'iin debits on the fraud charge . njalnst Senator Newberry (Mich.) wm Ijrbvokel to-day 'by 'Senator Sherman r,f (,Ut.) contlnulnr Ms attacks on Henry Ford. Setting himself up as "one of those persons who knew everything lnstan tuneously from birth," Senator Sherman said Mr. Ford tad reared "a financial Iploch," had secured Congressional aid In, acquiring and Improving lanu ior pn vdte purpoinnd hod 'enlisted the 'ser vices of the Federal government In pro moting 'hl political Interests In Mlchl Kan. while his son Edeel was' making KDOd.hlsjoscnpa from, the .military draft "And'i may say," added the Senator, ".that I regard the Ford autonfoblla an International pest It destroys moro ueful'ufeterla...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

' - I ...... ' MlU.1,1 I I I I . I I .I- .1 , -,), ,,. I I I, II ,msoN 'not crazy; SAYS COL. HJRVBY . fretto'i's to Lansing llovcnl President ns His "Old, True Self," Editor's! Qi)iiiion. ML HIS BUBBLES ; BURST 3fnl as a Hornet Because Ho's i Boon Universally SajiUpon, Writer's View,' Mtw analyzing' tho Wil.ionU.anilnsr rorreapondence, together Willi etato- infiita by Secretary Lane and William (', Rodnclil bearing on tho President's nctunl knowledge that Informal Cabinet nipctings were being held while he wm Incapacitated, CoL Oeorgo Hurviy con iludrj In tho current Issue of narvey'a H'eofcli that President Wilson has not Bono crazy. Ha ndvlses persons who jumped to that conclusion to put Hho Jdooj out of their mlnda for, as the Colonel Is convinced, "Mr. Wilson is himself, his old eelf, his true self." I After terming the letters to Lansing tho "most insulting and Inferentlally mrndaclous statement" ever signed by n President of the United Stats, Col. Harvey writes: ".No, Mr. Wils...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

If II ( V- LAYS IN ATTACK 4L HARKHE8S WILL i ,'tsman Is Bead a Year and lily JjSummonsca Filed So For in pontesr d X Vts at other actions jinnss Testify Decedent ttWin Sound 5Hnd and Competent to Act o .uAimonecK. neither of them ta.t- th ifature of tho actfon, aro. the material eviuenco ui uu i Mr KennettCowim contemplates fist MW. Florence's. Harkness of 270 1 fjavenAie. " 1 Covfan was the first, wife of Harry -uScneta sportsman, who died In hla S avenue home on January 23, W9. Snco fe. Hiritness, hla second wife, rmarrled to htm soon after he hnd '' divorced by th present Mra. W Jew hours before he died from pneu- fk Mr. Harltneas alsned b will In ,f lie iaequcuthed hla entire estate to Jcond wife. It ra said MrB. cowan ilo q complaint aoon In which ahc attack tin validity of thla will. It fens been rumored that the summons otlfor proposed action la the br of a suit for personal damages Mr. Harkneos' wwow, r-brttlRB Horsey of 61 uroauwnj. I Mr Mrs. Harnncss. aald he had irniillon...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

w THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, tfftlDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920. m SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD m BOARD WILL FIGHT : FOR W SHIPS ( liuiniinn Tnyno to Ask Early Hearing on Appeal From Injunction. DEMANDS HEABST BOftD sser(s Government Must Spend 915,000 Every Say Vessels Aro Tied Up. Iitr.nl to TBI SCK axp Raw Toic lUaiLD, Washington, Feb. 19. The Oovern tnfin will contest the Injunction granted io-diy In tlio District of Columbia. Su preme Court which prevents the Ship' pine Hoard from sale of Germtn tblpa Judge John Barton Payne, chairman of the board, announced he would recoro ir.end 10 tho Department ot Justice that an appeal be prosecuted at onca and an early hearing had. Ho also wlH-reconi' mend that the court be ashed to compel William H, Hearst to put up bond to (rcure the Government against a loss ot 115.000 a day accrulngor all time that vesseli are tied up In American harbors. Chairman l'ayne said tho complainant ag-alnst the Government should be re quired to give ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

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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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