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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

THE -SUM AND MW tORK HERALD) ERIDAY, . EEBRU4RY ' 20, 1930 V U,EMontgdmrf2d to Wed Daughter of Mrs. G. Gdyley jliss Florence Gfryloy, Slater of Countess Giulio Scnhi, id",, Bccomo BrI(lQ. ' Uardiner Goyley of JO Washing ton Square North haa announced the mtarement of hr youngest daughter, M,:s Florence dayley, to Mr. Henry Eg imion Montgomery Id of this city and J-'luihlnir, I t. MUs Oayley 1 a membtr of the Colony rnj the Cosmopolitan clubs, She wa Introduced to society avral seasons l,o She Is a sister of tho CounteM , 'uilo Sennl of Rome. Italy. wh was Miu Mary Oayley. and of Mrs. Gerrlsh H. Mllllken of thlo city. ( Mr Montgomery ! a son ot Mr., jlcntgomery and the late John Howard Montgomery ot riusnms, u. -indon of tho late nev. Dr. Henry Kallnton Montgomery, for many yean uftor of the Church of the Incarnation, oni of his aunts Is Mrs. Woodbury 0. ijr.xdon. Mr. Montgomery served In the war as a Captain of Infantry in th Brventy-eeventh Division. H wi irsduated from Columbia Un...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW XORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920. 10 4-M- Giant and Yankee Owners Agtee to Provide "Substantial" Numher, of Fifty jive Cent earners m m w t beats m ni SEATS FOR 55 CENTS FOR THE ' BASEBALL FANS , . Giant and Yankee Owners Agree to Provide "Sub stantial" Number. I ftO HESERVED SECTION JTIiafc Is, There Will Be None Except in Boxes at Polo Grounds. , ny william'-i. iianna. ' Ther will be dfty-flve-cent seats at the Polo Grounds this season after all ; how many hasn't been decided yet. but more than just a nominal number, according to an official of the Giants. There'll be a "substantial" number, according to this official. Judge McQuade and Joseph O'Brien, representing the Giants, and Colonels Ruppert and Huston of the Yankees met yesterday and went Into the price quea. tlon at length. The major leagues raised the tariff all along the line at their recent seislon In Chicago, making bleacher seats fifty cents, pavilion seats seventy-five cents and grand stand seat...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

' ; THE SUN AND NEW YORK tmAWt ?PAY, EEBK1JABY 20, 1920. ' ' ' , ' ' T'TI British 'Flyweight Champion Knocks Out Mickey' Russell Before Crowd Which Jams the Arena in Jersey City LMIIER I OVER RUSSELL IN 7TH10UND Welshman Forces Jersey j man's Seconds to Throw in Towel. ' I 1. 1 III . Ill I . I I ill I I Makes Debut in Eastern Ring. , J -A.UEIUOAN IS OUTCLASSED llritisli Chaiupion Hokcs Chop- ping Block of His Tn i fcrior Itlvnl. j lly CHAHLBS V. MATHIflO.Y. ' Jimmy Wild, flyweight champion of the world, made a chopping block of Mickey Russell last ntRht ftt the Arena A. C. tn the Fourth IlenJment Armory, Jersey City, and knocked him out within fve seconds of the close of the seventh '"suotty Monteltli, manaijer of IliuseW, tossed a toivel Into the ring In cknowU rdmient of defeat when Russell was banglnff helpless against the ropes, and unable to defend himself. li v,M3 evident before the first round Ud Rone a mlnuts that Russell had no business In the eame rJrur with Wilde, t.nd th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

Select Securities With Discrimination ' THE trade barometer o! I today Indicates tho i need for tho cxeraso of proper caution, the prac tice of thrift, the working to the utmost of every man and every dollar. Nations, municipalities, commerce and industry, all need monoy. AH are now offering their securities on terms bo liberal that every thinking man haa tre strongest incentive to save v.id invest to the limit of his ability. The iudldous selec tion of securities is a matter of knowledge and discrimina tion. Our experience of forty years is at your service. Send for Circular No. 1682 "Coniemttr Iimtiatntt," Spencer Trask& Co. 25 Broad Street, New York fiWAtn BOSTON CHICAGO Mtmtwri Kiw ion mocx ucsup. 'FINANCIAL HEWS AND COMMENT New York Central and Hudson River R. R. Co. 4 Deb. (now mtge) Bonds Due May 1, 1934 Legal investment for savings banks and trust funds in Mass., Conn, and Vermont Company pays 2 of normal Federal income tax. Tax exempt in Pennsylvania. Price to yield 6.8...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

m : THE SUN-AW tfBW Y6RK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20192Q J . Pe Beers Cons. Mines, Ui. Controls tlfOioS of As wcildferatpateteHaKoade. ' Has paid mora than SN?f n dWdsnda ttflc 1010. Paid $0 last year on the English shares of Pr. ! oof th weridMoBf eat com penJe. itttroritMsaJwsyslntsrge drmottd ore oeWmr; leading lessee on the Fid and Loudon SJtota exchangee. S4f Aentjren win a-aiey HnMitiHlrmaJyyr, Bamberger Bro. Baairt Htm Ttrk Slot Bmomt 69 Bfdwmy, Nm. rA MYlSOH'STRIPISHT FOR HONEY COMBINE r Member of Morgap Firm la London Denies Ho Plans Bigr Financial Project. WENT TO SIT FOR PICTURE "Will Go to Red Otobs Conven tion in Geneva After a Visit to Paris. "Banker Road." to called, In splendid condition should be come a contender for market leadership UNION PACIFIC a concise analytic andAlmely dis cussion also data on 5 LOW PRICED RAILS (elected for possibilities of doing better markttwUe under private ownienMp. FOREIGN CREDITS A brief article anil a tommery of a rev rompanlM lh are...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

1 Fmf I J 14 4H TflK SUN AND NEW YORK HbttALD, KU)AY, iMJkUAR 20, 1920. FIVE BIG CHICAGO BANKS TO M16E MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS PEW, TOUR CITY Form. lUta and Maturity, Bid. Jftatltutlona in loop With Tgg $: til ItcsourccrJ of $1,7,000,000 I Reported in Combine. ' Chicago,, Feb. Five big lP liatilii and trust companies, with total r'sources of mere than $47,000,000, oor, will combine and operate under one roof, according to reports ourrent to Any In Chicago flnunclal circle. The flve'banks which Are to consoll tale. It Is laid. Include the Standard Trust and Savings Bank, the Century J'ruat and Savings nnl, the Great l.n.ltes Trust Comhanv. the Chicago O'rtjst Company and .the Union Banlc of (.MC8C0. I,ack of space In the loop and increas. Inif congestion are, given as the reasons lor the contemplated merger. Several ilowntown alter Cor bulldlngMn which to house the big comblno are being con Udored, It Is said, Sites mentioned are southeast corner et Adams and Dearborn streets, the Chnm...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

URGES RIDICULE TO CURE 'SPIRIT fiVlt Stephen Lcncock Sees Breakers i Ahead in Theories of Sir Oliver lodge. r CITES BOYLE'S ' BEYOND Nothing Permitted to, Stay Bead In ThcsoDaysof Mad Credulity. : Stephen Leacock of Canada has a sort ot dual personality himself, having written both "Element of Political Sci ence" and "Nonsense Novel," but -when the subject' Is Sir Oliver Lodgo and iplrltUm, Steve says "tommyrot," Hej thinks the credulity win wmcn many persons listen to Sir Oliver Is really jm-mful and that the best euro for It It ridicule. , ' . Trot, Leicoclc smoked a plp and re lieved his feelings In thopiltmore yes terday while Sir Oliver. Lodge, In .Car- neelft. Hall, was ueuvsnng: turp In Now York, on TheN Continuity of Kxlstence." ninir nnntvbound on earth Is una rnoiiRli," I'rof. Leacock said, "hut think hat Is In store for us when we pass into the Great Beyond that Conan Doylo has prepared for us. Doyle Is the worst of them. He says In his 'Vital Mes Kiro' that we all go on ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 20 February 1920

a t HOTELS. Hotel Standish Arms ON BROOKLYN HEIGHT3 1G7-169-171 Columbia Heights' Overlooking New York Harbor 4 Minute to Will Rtnxt. 13 Minutei (o Forty Tbestrei Tranilen' and Family Hotel APARTMENTS Furnished or Unfurnished, insisting of Sitting Room with nny desired number of i bedrooms; each wit t pri vate bath. To Lease by the 'ear. Unfurnished, $700 per room up. Furnished, JS800 per room Up. Those now making leases for the coming year can have their apartments dec orated or furnished to suit. Take Interboro Subway to Clark St. 3 onori wonts irom noioi, W. JOHNSON QUINN, rector. Managing Direct! HOTEL CHELSEA Weit23dStreet,alSevcnthAvenue ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF Room with adjoining bath,$2.50 Room with prirate bath, $3.00 Suites, $5 up. Special rates by month, season and year; open fireplaces; high ceilings; unusually large rooms; spacious closets. Luncheon 65c Dinner , $1.00 Gafeteria Attached. Colored map "D" of Now York mailed free upon application. RESORTS. New York. SHARON SP...

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

2- it rggajag agg' THE S AND mW ' YOttK U0ALD, mPJX, 20, 1920. iats nCBiNKS ItACES 0 lit. I Et Rivet to Worth Writ. 6th Ave, Store 955 6th kvvo.A K N. W. Corner 54th'Sty 19x77 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, N. A. Bervrin&Co.tSS.WMSth FOR BUSINESS Oth it. near th av 36 ret. I Mhui! 13 nil ill eietewrx v...-. .....t ROnKRTSONi 'phoas Vsndeibllt--1300.i 101.109 EAST 49T1I 81, IB,XOO-S1,WW DM. . . Thru lofts, possession Mey.l, 111(1 w l?At four ildssl large freight eleralor, stiamTett eleetrlo light: rent $11 ooo. en iim flva loft, potiettlon Mar 1. t ten lit rua buildings HO.OOO for Immediate ae (Vptiofe. AcaJ.my M. OWNER. , Abort 65th St. Oth Avvto Cut River. r 93d & 94th Sts. and East River, Peitrabta Ian UnH nlilt tQ ico water rront ana up- front and Iojao. comprising aoout ll.uCO tquaro feet For parHfnljri apptv to CRUIKSHANK COMPANY, a. 141 UlUWrlHJt h '" rTtoatslnlng 5000 tquire fet on Beit Slit if oowt r and lira iteaco. 8PK.4K t CO., HO Bwiawaf. trrtmt-W. Wathlngton Relghti, Abo...

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

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 February 1920

WEATHER FORECAST. Increasing, cloudiness and slightly warmer to-'day; to-morrow rain or snow. Highest temperature yesterday, 33; lowest, 16. DtUllrd weather reports will be found on the editorial paje. VOL. LXXXVII.-7-NO. UP FIUME NOTE TO ENLARGE IT "Will Review and Reaffirm His Original Declaration j of April, 1919. DECISION WITH ALLIES leaves to Them Problem, of Solution Which Italy Can Accept. 10NG. DELAY IS FORECAST Intimation That There May Be n Considerable Inter change of Views. tprHil to Tns Sum ano New Yobjc IIiuld. Washington, Feb. 20. President Wilson's note to the Entente Trernlers on the Adriatic situation, making clear h! position with regard to their ulti matum to Jugo-Slavla, despatched without consulting this Government, is not yet completed and probably will not reach Its destination be'ere the early part of next week. The reason given for the delay la that there has arisen the necessity for a comprehen clre review of the ethnological and economic reasons which pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 February 1920

2 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920. ented In each delenMt ' tost and each alternate At large," said Mr. Oiynn, wtioae head had not become at all con fused hy the eulogy. "I ahull 10 an a district delegate, and that Is honor enough for me." Senator Iloot In Good Humor, . Vnrmtr Pcnltnr Ellhu Iioot waa In the chair when the second wfaalon of the t Lcajpjo of Nations, In Ita original form, moneys aro being epent and at what court records of tho localities from cannot and should not be ratified by tho point retrenchment la cither necessary which the come. Senate or accepted by the' peoplo of the or practicable. The inordinate extrava- "Tho general physical requirements United fitatea. To do so would not only contract away control by the American people jot their own policies and acts but would certainly embroil the country In an endless succession of wars, great and smn.lL Wo believe that the proponed cove Banco of the present administration for males coming to. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 February 1920

THE SUN AND 'NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920. ROB'T E. PEARY, DISCOVERER OF POLE, IS DEAD, Succumbs, After long III ncss and Many Operations ' for Blood Transfusion. FAHITAT at his bedside Stood "on Top of Earth" in Ninth Attempt Undo llenr Admiral. lurid ID Tns SCN and New Tosk IlnAtD, VVasiii.vcton, Feb. 20. Rear Ad miral Robert K. Peary, discoverer of the North Polo, died early to-day at his Washington residence. For more than two years ho had been suffering with pernicious anaemia, whlch re peated blood transfusions failed to al leviate. Recently tho dlseaso became acute, finally proving fatal. Admiral Peary, who retained con sciousness almost to the end, was sur rounded by members of his Immediate family when he died. With him were his wlfo. Mrs. Josephine D. Peary: hta daughter, Mrs. Mario A. Stafford, and her husband, Edward Stafford; and his niece. Miss Madgo Dlebltsch. Tho disease which caused Admiral Teary's death mado Its appearance after he had finished a le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 February 1920

TWiT rTTfrTTBrifMMMlM FnTTTTTMnwrrWlfWTTI 1111 III II I Mill 'idUS fcJUiM AND isiiVV i'Oiiii HEiiALb, SAilmi-Af, i'LmvUAl mvUAKi" 21, 19i0. 4 CHURCHES TO HAYE A PATRIOTIC DAY; Feature of Services To-morrow Will He Sermons on Ocorgo Washington. Bundrty will bo a bljr day In tho churches from a patriotic nn well a a religious point of.vlow. AH will cele brate the flrrU Bundoy In I,ont by epeclal nervlccu. In tho Ontliollo and 1'rotest.ant Episcopal churches especially many epeakera will partlclpato. : In other clitKcliM a feature of the ' crvlces will bo wrmons and addresses on George Washington. The RlRhr Uv. William A. auerry, D. D Illshop.of Bouth Carolina, win preach In St James's Church, at Madlton avenue ar.d Bvcnty.(lrt street, Dr. Kranlt Crano will speak at the Twenty-third Street T. . C. A. at 4. and In tho ovenlns lt 8 Dr. Oeorgc F. Coolo will deliver to lecture on "Heredity and Ita Relation to Society", At Un'on Theological Seminary the jnev, Charles Fagnanl will be the spe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 February 1920

THE" SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920. 4- CAILLAUX ADMITS ERRORS, NOT GUILT Former French Promlcr As serts Hn Xever Betrayed His Country. t WAS FOOLED BY MINOTTO c Doehu'ps Latter Was One of Many Spies Ylio Infested His Trail. V.m, Feb. 20. That ho never had thamiuned a policy of closer relations nltn Hcrmany, hut ono of "Eurnfean fin. 'nation." nrnl might have been guilty f imprudence anil Impulsiveness but ,yv,r of intelligence with the enemy j.riixfii to be the opening defence of jus. ph Calllaux, former Premier, charged ,(!th treasonable dealings with the en fim ' n the resumption of his trial to di) in-fore the Senate, Rlttlnff as a high coti't. The examination of Calllaux covered h s trip to South America late In 1914 arid wirlv in 1915. The name of Jnmes Minoitu. 'son-in-law of Louis F. Swift of rhuuso. who was Interned In the United Mates as an alien enemy In 1918, was In cessantly mentioned throushout the In t r sailons of Uon Bourgeois, Presi dent of th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920. 6 AND THB NEW YORK HERALD FOUNDED 1833.1833. JfEW TOKK, HATUIIDAY, TBII. IljJOM. THE flU.V.llEIULD COnFOIlATION, Publisher. ISO Ilroadway. Frank A. Muntey, President. nrrln Wardman. Vice-president: Win, T. TMwsrt, vice-president and Treasurer; IU II, Tltherlnaton, Becrstary. NK1VH8T.INH PRICKS. , Dally, two rente cony In New 'k rllr uil (uturb and ttiren rente le Vtlirrci ttunday, first cental elsewhere, ten lent. MAIL BUnSOniPTION RATE8. East of Mississippi Itlveri One- fill One Xir MaH Postpaid. Year. Mentha. Month. mfi.v i. jfKrti- til nn in no 11.00 DAILY onl- 11.00 4.KO .8 flUNDAY onlr 4.00 .? HUNDAY only, Canada 0 00 S , . . for all noinia wst of the Mississippi River add 11 a year for dally or dally and liunaey tuitions. FoniMGr. hates. DAILY A SUNDAY. ,130.00 113.30 IJ.40 DAILY onlr 1S.0O K.00 l.W UUNDAY only 0.75 8.12 . All checka, money order. Ac., to do made payable In tiki nun-neram. European Edition. . t,,i.M.t.,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 February 1920

m If THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920. Rare Porcelains, Paintings and , Prints oh View parblzon. and American Mas ters Represented at Largo Exhibition. Three serarato collections of painting, n,inial porcelains nnd print, aro com bined ftt tho American Art Association Into ono oi i "'6" Iho ecason, requiring nil of the many ullerles for Its exploitation. The paint rgj aro those assembled by the lato full If. White of Boston; the porce IklM belonged to the expert, tho lato truest A. Blschoff, and tho prints are there of George L. Goodman and nobcrt Howler. Lovers of two popular schools of jalntlnss,thn llarblzon and tho American, till bo much attracted by Mr. White's (cllectlon, for his predellctlons scorn to hare been divided evenly between the hvo Georgo Inness and Ilalph Blake fccic, both old musters to Americans, ttad the native group, -and Corot, Van llircke, Daublgny nnd Rousseau aro presented In the other. There happens to be Just one Monet, and this a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 February 1920

8 ?? THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920. Miller Huggins Arrives From the West and Says Big League Managers Are Having Hard Time in Signing Players 1 a UNSIGNED PLAYERS ' GIVING TROUBLE Miller Ilng-glns Soys Thoy Are , noldlngjDff UnuBunlly Lato This Winter. IT, C. OF L. IS ONE IlEASON JTcydlcr Has Ten Umpires i 3IcGraw Not to LcaVo for : Stated Until March 1. ' Wrestling Giants Meet on the Mat ) v , - rJy WIIAIA3I B. HAJOTA. The aljrnlne of baseball players Is ulv ib.a btir league managers a good deal of concern this winter. Miller HuBBlna,) Yankee manager, who arrived from the West yesterday, ald so bluntly. Hus- Ring la here n week ahead of repotting llmo In the South for tralnlnff and will i put In some busy licks between now and tp.cn llnlne up his players. He expects to havo everybody In lino In due tlmei and Isn't creatly disturbed, but does nay that managers generally are experienc ing "considerable" difficulty In getting signed contracts. It Is an unusu...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 February 1920

Y w THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920, r i t. 4-H 9 r Western Skaters Win International Amateur Speed Championships for Men and Women in , Contests at Lake Placid V ' ' ' M'GOWAN i OF SPEED SKATERS pt. Paul Flier Wins Half, One, Two nnd Thrco Milo In ; tcrnationnl Knees. bolis UP 120 romTS 3Iiss Iioso Johnson of Chicago Troves Speediest of Women and Lowers Record. ryrfol l" Tns Sew and Niv' Tobk lUni'n, Imks placid, N. T Feb. 20. Everett NoGovran of St. Paul, Minn., won the International outdoor lea skating cham polnshlp here to-day. McGowan clinched the title by winning tho thrco mllo race, having previously taken tlrst place In tie half mile, one mile nnd two mlla races and scoring a total of ISO points. Jce Moore, former metropolitan cham pion, now skating under the colors of the Lake Placid Club, pressed 'McGowan hard Ly scoring a total of 100 points. McGowan and Moore wero both at their top form, and clearly showed thennelves to bo the best of the 130 en...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 February 1920

nVm ii i4ati tiriMwmmHMi I' 10 4 j jl Phone, Kettct CGM 1 1 j Josephthal&Ga J 120 Broadway, NetfVorfc I! Manltri j II Mu Vori SM fathatiH ' I II I Foreign Securities ill n.i..4H 11 1. am till ! Principal Cities Hew French B Loan Japanese Govt. Bonds German City Bonds German Industrial Bonds Foreign Currencies and Exchanges NEWBURGER, HENDERSON & LQEB Manias Nat Yot Stock Bzchantt 100 BROADWAY Foreign Dept. TeL!ector7060 Rock Island, Ark. & Louisiana FIRST 4&s, 1934 These bonds are now Belling on the New York Exchange between 61 and 62. Yield at this lerel about 9.30. We feel that they pre sent a splendid invest ntent opportunity at any figure under 70. All Orders Executed at Market Carstairs & Co. Members Philadelphia and New York Stock Exchanges 71 Broadway, N. Y. 1419 Walnut Street, Phila., Pa. Suggestions for Investors may t5e had on request A. B. Leach &: Qo., Inc. Investment Securities 62 Ce-nr F.. Ne York Chicago Philadelphia Boston Buffalo Cleveland Ba...

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