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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 February 1920

THE SUM AMD' NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY .21, 19,20. 11 PREDICT PROMPT RAIL BILL PASSAGE jjoad Heads Iteturn From Illncs Conference Optimistic ; Also on Wage Situation. SAY FJtOSFEOTj3 HKIGIITEN Conferees' Bill Generally Hold as 3Ioro Constructive Than Expected. lUIIroad executives -who returned to their offices yesterday from Thursday' conferenco with Walker D. Hlnos, Director-General of the Railway Admin istration, rcfiardlntr the labor situation. ' ere optimistic rcganllne the prospects for prompt passage of tho remedial ra I legislation and rosardlns tho outlook for a lust solution of the pressing wage roestlons. Wio rail bill as agreed to by tho Senate and House conferees was hailed In general as more constructive than the moro conservative officials had k.d for n. month afro.. 'vniong the executives Interviewed yes fcW irJay was E. R. Loomln, president of iha I-ehlffh Valley Itallrdad Company, who Is optimistic In his opinion rogard tho pcndlnff railroad legislation. H...

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. — 21 February 1920

mm 12 THE StJN AND NEW YORK HERALD, 'SATURDAY, FEBRUAR TAKES ORDERS FOR 100 LOCOMOTIVES CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE. The market ori the Consolidated' K change won strong during: Iho greater part of yesterday's trading. In the late afternoon profit taking In tho railroad shares led to reaction thin brought COTTON MARKET IS DULL AND LISTLESS PRODUCE MARKET. American Company Gets Con-, ' X S?Z Smion lfnS TypIcnl l' . , ........ i .... ...i ni .1 uhv njijiuminicu uuu iiuu- tracls Valued nt $7,750, 000 in Few Days. k The American locomotive Company Jias taken orders within the Iat few lays for more than 100 locomotive. Oggrcgitllng In value about, 7,750.000. it was learned yesterday. A large pro jwtlon of those locomotive represent orders from Canadian railroads, only fif teen of the entire lot belie placed by (in American line. ing Is Almost Nil. Earlier In thsfc 1n if Mtnw tafia ft nr1vntlfM hfl fi occurred both In the railroad and the J Industrial lbt. Coverlntt of short con Iractii among s...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1920. 13 gsu-. , ' - 1 . , - , . - 1 11 " " SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS . OF THE WORLD ! . . . t 1. J t , J v 1 11 ' r U.S. HAS TO PAY FOR SKIPS TAKEN IN WAR Wilson .".nd lilqyd George Agreed Money "Was To Go To Kepiu'fttion Board. SENATE GETS, A SURPRISE President Was. Holding Back Facts Until After Troaty Ratification. . to Tr. Vn anp saw Tow: nmin. Wasii'Soton,. Feb. 20. Under an spsement entered Into last "May be l"n President Wilson and the Britten Givernment, the text of which was re- nft flfJ for th0 nrat tlmo !o tha Sonat tiW the VMeA States aovernment Mulil pay into tho German reparation (ur.fi a larBi mm of money In settlement tor the German merchant ships seized In American waters nt the outset of the ir, although President Wilson at the Puce Conference made no claim for reparation on behalf of the United EUtes. This ncreement, sent to the Senate from the White Houso In re sponse to a resolution by Senator Bran degree (...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 February 1920

T " ' 1 " !f'J'lv, ' 'i 1,11 " THE SUN MP NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, ' FEBRUARY 21, 1920. 14 t ) ; E'. j i 11 it j r- f ft 1 m ffl i- s it,. 1' LATEST NEWS FROM REAL ESTATE FIELD. Mnny Transactions Included in Budget of Brokerage and Other Deports. Lawyers Mortgage; Company sold to Dclroso Realty Company, Harry Gold teln president, through Harry Lilly, 70 Manhattan st, a two story brick and terra cotta bullJInc, occupying a trian gular plot, 173.8x193.0x89.5, formed by tho junction of Manhattan st and West ' 12Cth t., at Amsterdam av. The Man hattanvlllo branch of the New York Froduco Exchange Hank occupies the . lower portion.' The upper part was iwed at one time by the city for one of the municipal courts, The building was erected by Lynch & McCoy about fifteen years ago. The present sellers acquired It from the Clarence C. liurke estate last October. ' George Bruce Urnnch of the New York Public Library, adjoining on th west. Is separated from It by u narrow strip a few Inches...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 February 1920

THE SU AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, .FEBRUARY 21, ,1920. lr BEST ft CO., SUi v., ' S3'h It. n'r row r before January; 1.' 1921, about id tt. nt for the manufacturing of iuisi lata .t , ,.nnlr full particular! by lettet 1 WIMP ,J lioUTrLLllUt or telephone Oreeley-1231, jj SPECULATIVE LEASES jl GEORGE NEIM Jl 437 Fifth Avenne. in nurtbav- for cash, between 21th and 42J ,1, 4tb lo 7tb av., 23 foot building, four fwt or more. Box 10-. Long Branch. N. J. WtNTED to bur, modern homo, 14 to IS t'eumsi tbrr to tn acres land; $50,000 to ...ono eh. .we for location convenient Nan lliiin Itallroad between Mount Vernon and I New Canaan. Pl;ase furnish complete Informs-1 fcVind PbotoiHPbi If possible Iloom WBi --n'Xr:,.',,r"."l There ar. ahead of th stock, bonda re ii.sM'llnlldlng. 120 Brosdwsy. " WANTEn-T.oft for aaaembly and light 1 cur"1 i""'; 0 Su,,u.nd1n.e i?,'!,.e indUnFlve HundMd'olTaM'tlH.&OO). iinL'SK. WKHT Biun. loxu in uuiu r Prlncipan oniv. J. CiailENCK nAVIES. tl EAST 4ID NT. M...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 21 February 1920

m. 16 ; (PEfoS0NALS. mtLATlVKd of fat 8. P. Oarkar Dla colnmunlcAta Pox C, l gun-Herald. LOST AND FOUND. IiOST-Thurdjr ere., Feb. II. abont o'clock, on West utb. near llh st,. blMk beaded bax contatnlnr amall amount or wotwr. kr and few other thlna. Return to V11EUNQHUY8EN. U Weal Hth. Ue artl. aVtST-Unre pUUnnia. dlanm.id anr rtnr, MomUr mrnilDff 2 A. M. ti ' or ,n Ttelalt of 1Uj or 110th t. aafl Broadway. I.ltraJ reward. KLWKLI, 012 West lUta it. 'J eLMomwiMiie 47J0. lOST-Mnff, brown f; twtwtf (Jrancl ana jbo it. tune: irri in taiican nnwi nornlm: llbtrtl reward. Mr. rnEDEKJCK IIKUCJH. 337 I'ark bt., Pawrson, N. J. Telt- cnosa liiua raitrson. . 8T CKHTJK1CATK jTp. for I ihim of "Mlhanlnr InVFltmsnt Com pany" stock In nama of Arte I THm. Kinder plsas notify CIIAItLEB E. NICH OLM Cataklll. N. y., mltorney for executor. JUVIII l-OST-fimill frama IMrtilr of KnflOU 0I floor. Thur, A..M.. on Broadway between TM and wth at. J very valuable to owner. Call Illverslde 7517, lllu Tatlraadst....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD ? reserves the best traditions of each, n combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than either has ever -been on its own. Snow to-day; to-morrow partly cloudy; moderate south winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 35; lowest, 33., DtUlUd wtather reports wilt be found on tbt dltorlal peg. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD II VOL. LXXXVIL NO. 175 DAILY. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY ,22, 1920.- jMff Jj& St t.,, . . 90 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS 'UiXV.Wft!1' HOUSE ADOPTS CONFEREES9 REPORT ON R. R. BILL, 250 TO 150; PREDICT MEASURE WILL BE LAW BEFORE RETURN OF ROADS; SENA TE PASSES LODGE'S FIRST RESER VA TION, 45 TO 20 if WEATHER FORECAST. SEEK HUSBAND LQF FANNIE BRICE BRITISH FINANCE TO BOND THEFTS Police Question Favorite of Ziegfeld "Midnight Frolic." ARNSTKIN IS MISSING Mnn nf Jinny Aliases Accused as "Master Mind" Bank Holdings Attached. The name of Fannie Brlce, favorite cf the Zlegfdd Midnight Frolic, f.g ured prominently In th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

Korlo, Nolan, Nichols (Mich.). Ilhodetf, geott, Sinclair, Volgt ToUl, 23. DE-OOUTfl. ' Against -Atmon, Ashbrook. Aswell, 'iyres, Habka, Bankhead, Birkley. Bee, Sland (Mo.), Bland (Va.), Box, Brand, Drlfgs, Brinson, Brumbaugh, Buchanan, .Byrnes (H. C). Byrns (Term.), Cald well Campbell (Pa.), Candler, Carew, Carter, CaneyColller, Connally, Cullen, Dent Dickinson (Ho.), uonovan. Doollng, , Dorcmua, Doughton, Eagan, Evans (Mon.). Evans (Nev.). Ftihcr. Gallagher, Gal llvan, Gandy (S. D.), Ganley (N. Y.), Card, Garner. Go dfOK o. oooawm, urn fin, Itamlll, Hardy (Texan). Hastings, Harden. Ileflln, Howard, Huddleston, Hull (Tenn.), Igoe, Jacoway, Johnson (ICy.), Johnson (Miss.), Jones (Texan), Xlncheloe, Kltchln, Lanham, uinxiora, Laxaro, Lea (CaL), Leo (Ga.), Lcsher. McAndrews. McCllntlc. MacDuffle. Mc- Olennon, McKeown, McICintry, McLane, Mahcr. Major. Mansfie d. Martin. Maya, Uead, Mlnahan, Moon (Tenn.), Mooney (Ohio), Nelson (Mo.), Nichoiis ia. O'Conncll (N. Y.), O" Connor (La.), Old O...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SUN NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY" 22, 1920. ' $ TORKPMCETERHS NEARLY COMPLETED Supremo Council Already Has Turned Parts to Treaty Drafting: Body. MLtERAND NOT PBESENT i In Tnris Where Ho Discussed 3fattor With Foreign Af fairs Ministers. London, F.b. 21. The Supremo Conn. til of tr.e Alllei, it la reported, at Its retting to-day (llrcussed minor points of the Turkish question, which could bo cJtsrfd up without tho presenco of Alex. mare aillierana, mo rrciii.ii -remicr, .tin is In Paris. No offlclal statement na n the council's deliberations was la- The council has progressed so far mth the settlement of tho Turkish peace tirms that n number of provisional de- CUlons Of ine oouy nave men lumcu eur to its treaty drafting committee. TPtot the purport of the decisions was, towevcr, nas noi Deen announced. Pisis, Feb. 21. Premier Mlllernnd 4!-cud negotiations at, London before the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Chamber of Deputies yesterday and ttAi to the comrnlttoe the Supr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW 1T0RK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. I 'SEEKING TO AVERT cupied regions of Oermany, The BrlU Ith could not hide their apprehension over the prospect of such a withdrawal, as It would necessarily result in in creasing the military burden of both Oreat IJrltaln and France. Great Brit ain, It will be remembered, recently of fered serious objections to extending further aid In the policing of Europe, duo to her urgent need of troops else where. Despatches received In allied circles Indicated that the Berlin Government was displaying th keenest interest In latest American developments In con nection with the Adrlatio dispute. That AMERICAN WOMAN AUTHOR OF 'ADELE' If , MGLO-FRENCH SPLIT TJhe Store .will -7 Ibe closed to-morrow 5m fiioeor of ,j Open Break on Adriatic Issue Mrs. Scuoellkopt In Paris Em bassy Wroto'FopQlar "War Nnrso Tale". Believed to Bo Not lm- possible, -ri ," " T $" iw , , a disagreement between the united .4. BEEF CONCERN IN FAHIS States and the Ente...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

V 5 Store Hours 9 A. M. to5P, M (This Store Closed all Day Tomorrow February 23rd.) James McCreery & Co. Permanent Hair Waving Third Floor Little Folks Barber Shop 'Third Floor 5th Avenue 34th Street THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALP, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. New Negligees Of Wondrous Beauty Just when one begins to think there can be nothing "new" in Neg ligees, so many lovely fashions have been evolved, come delight ful new creations each one lovelier than the other! Illustrated is a model of Georgette Crepe (se lected at random from our choice assortment) whose classic beauty is exciting much favora ble comment. Stream ers of velvet ribbon and silken tassels are em ployed as adornment. It is modestly priced at 59.50. Thcfolloitring have been marked at very special prices: Negligees of Crepe de Chine featuring a new idea in Empire effect. A deep ruffle of fine Lace adorns the neck Moire Ribbon and French Flowers provide the finish. t regularly 24.50, 19.60 Another model of Crepe de...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

iff.Vl,3J.!"-" i, i j te ii, " I: if- E ' IS N o THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. BLOODLESS' PEACE GAINED IN SIBERIA Now Government Hopes Not to Kill Any Ono, Cables . Gen. Graves. VLADIVOSTOK IS QUIET Stato of Affairs Is Considered lle'markablo by American Commander. Special to Toe Sex ako Nut York Hhuld, Wabhwotow, Feb. 21. A report from Gen. Graves received to-day by the War Department Indicates that the recent Government upheaval In eastern Siberia has been accomplished without blood shed and that conditions are normal In the vicinity of Vladivostok and In tho city Itself. Gon. Graves said In his despatch, which was sent on February 10, but not re celved until to-day; Tho conditions In Vladivostok are re markably quiet, and practically no dis order. The head of the new Government told me to-day that they hoped It would sot be necessary to spill a drop ot Itus Ian blood; that they were determined to handle tho situation entirely free of revenge ; that no m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

WW 'It . Hi - THE SUN AND NEW YORK HEBTAU), SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. -7 - J ITALY OUT OF COAE; INDUSTRY IN DANGER Fuel Shortage Likely to Grow, With Many Plants Now Shut Down. STEEL '.YORKERS STRIKE j(c of Exchange Is Another of Mnny Ills Resetting Peninsula. Iptcvit ('Me Pupate to Tn Son and Nzw y,ms llciuin. Copvrioht, WW, by Tui Sin 4o Xty Vnnic Hkbat.d, Home, Feb. 20 (delayed). Arturo jizzatto, org.inlzer of the Ilva Steel Works, who la regarded In much the time light I" Ita,y aa ,s Charles M, Rchw.ib In America, admitted to the cor respondent of Tub Sun and New Yoiik HtitAtD herc to-day that within a month the shortage of coal In this country may it eo perlous as to necessitate the clos In lown of nil Industries. While Slgnor Laizatto stated this as a matter of fact, l,e as not without an optimistic vision of the future and expressed confidence tha' Italy would arise above her multi tudinous troubles. "The genera situation ts not a ecrloua one," Slunjr Iizzatto said. "Tho pre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

. I 11 Am I 8 " THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. LIFE PRESERVERS WERE REAL THING Each Was Working Its Fall Capacity of 1 1-2 Fluid Gal; Iohb of Bum. JETTISONED IN PIER C Bailors' Wearing Them Escape Dry Inspector hy "Moun tain Goat Agility." Ab the two men left the cuddy of the Portuguese freighter Monuneao lylne warped alongside pier C In Jersey City, A. E. Burton, the customs guard, trailed them- to the pier end and called on them to halt This the men decided not to do. One of them, with all the nglllty of a moun tain goat Inspector Burton's expres sion, not The Sun and Tub New Yojik UjaULLDs throng upon a packing case end thence to a barrel and from It dls appeared utterly. The other suspect taking a wldo loop about Burton made his escape likewise. (Burton had been conscious of the men fqr a couple of hours. Their voices, raised In expostulation and song by turns, had readied him on the pierhead almost from the moment of their going aooara the Alonungao, an...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. WOMAN TRIPS ON GA&1 ?i HOSE; DIES IN FIRE m Invalid EnveAn g timing from Tube. A Jlro that started when she trlnpefl C over tho rubber tubs of a lighted gnu 7,s, mo iicatn last night or Sirs. Louise 0. Hclche. soml-lnvalld, 02 yfarS., h ln h()r nt)me ln t,le apartment at 428 West Forty-seventh street. Tho woman, frightened by tho roar of thdWjfl namo that burst from tho open end of the tube, was unablo to raise n v.rv that could bo heard through tho house. .v unn iiiiuinrr icnant went to tho Itelcho apartment to see If tho In. valid needed anything. As sho opened tho door tho draft fanned the flro In tho private hall and the visitor wan almost ovorcomo with tho heat. Terpons who answered tho neighbor's cries formed a bucket brigade and when the lire was quenched lha gas was turned off. Dr. Staumfol, called from Bellevua' Hospital, pronounced Mrs. ltelcho dead, According to neighbors, Mrs. Retcho' husband, Julius Ilelche, a ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

's 10 THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. JUDGE MILLER AGAIN LOOMS AS GOVERNOR yiewed as Best Compromise jw Following Strife of Na tional Convention. EAST CHANCE FOR TRAYIS IJn-Stntc licpablicans Are j likely to Miifeo Hugo Their i; One Best Bet. I Nathan L- Miller of Onondaga, former Associate Judge of the Court of Appeals, u come to tb forefront again as a live possibility for the Republican nomi nation for Governor thla fall Since hla return from abroad late in the fall he haa been taking a more active ttterest In part affairs. The leaders have taken advantage of hla willingness to serve In places of honor and respon sibility. He was a member of the com mittee that worked for weeks to draft a platform, which was substantially that adopted by the unofficial State conven tion on Friday. He took part In some of the conferences leading up to the ccn ventlon. and It was the unanimous de cision that be should go to the national convention as a member of the "Bis Ho...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

FRANK A. VANDERLIP WARNS OF DANGER UTrires Removal of Politics From tlio Federal Besorvo Board. POOP. OPEN TO INFLATION Only Hopo for Europo Is Pri vato Credit Given in Ex change for Goods. Frank A. Vnnderllp, In an adi1rs de )rvred yesterday at the Saturday non jiirtUan discussion held under tho aus pices ot tho National Republican Club, dvocated what lie described ns tho re' moral of politics from the Federal H l(rve Board. Ho mado It clear that what lit regarded ns the political Influence In the boarJ aa now constituted under tho ht crows out or tno ract tii.it us u,Mt- pin Is the Secretary of tho Treasury mil tnai mo lompirouor 01 mo iur nney Is an ex officio member. The topic of tho discussion was "Our Foreign cornmerco ana international Banking." JIr- Vanderllp described the ominous economic outlook In Europe much as he has described It In. previous iddresses wnce ws roturn rrom overseas, JIls conclusion was that the only hope for the ronaointaiion or Europo ana particularly c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

44 AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED 1B33-1833. NEW YORK. SUNDAY, FEU. 22. 1920. TUB SUN-HERALD CORPORATION, Publisher. 2tt0 Broadway. IFc.nlr A ftmv Pr,ld,nt. Krvln Wardman. Vice-president: Wm. T. TJewart, Vice-president and Treasurer; n. II, Tllhsrlngton. Secretary. NKWfiSTAND rillCES. Dally, two renla copy In New V rlty Wf burb and three cents elee wlirrei Sunday. rental elsewhere, ten cents. MAIL BUBSCniPTION RATES. East of Mississippi River! One Six ...One iiv MI1 PminiM. VMr. Monthi. Month. HAII.Y & SUNDAY.. 111.00 0.00 11.00 DAILY only ItOO 4.50 .85 HUNDAY only 4.00 2,25 .40 BUNDAY only. Canada 0.00 323 . .85 For all polnti west of the Mississippi Iltver add 81 a year for dally or dally and Sunday editions. FOREIGN RATES. ' DAILY & SUNDAY, .12(1.00 113.30 12.40 DAILY only..,, 18.00 0.00 1.50 BUNDAY only 0.75 5.12 .80 All checki, money ordera, 4c, to be mode payable to The Bun-Herald. ICuropmn Edition. Published In rarla every day In the year. Trice in una za centime!, ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SUN MP NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. 13 Bs Motley the Bridk df M. C, Jenkins (lighter of 3Ir. and Mrs. Thornton N. Motley Mar-v rlod at St. Thomas's. in tho chapel of St. Thomas's Church .. Hit . ... yesterday Miss Kainryn inormuii mui Icy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thornton N. Motley of 375 rarK nvonue, wua mar lied to Mr. Mntthow Comatock Jenkins of this city. Tlio Rev. Dr. Ernest M. Btlrcs, rector, performed tho ceremony. The bride, who was given away dv ler father, woro n eown of whlto satin jKvda with u court train anil trimmed with old point lace which lias Been in the family for generations. Misses Kath n nnd Angela RobortiNof Utlca, Dor othy llolton of Troy, Marlon L. Haley, virclnu Sterry, Emma I'eabody and Margaret Starr attended tho bride. They wore Jine, peacn anu orcnin coiurcu mi f.io and nats to correspond. Mr. Stanley Malcolm Dunn of Woon- Mrs. Matthew C. Jenkins. focket, U. I., was best man. Tho ushers Vera Messrs. Thornton Lothrop Motley, brother o...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

t 1 , THE SUN! ANP NEW JOfiK flEKALD. SUjTOAX,, flTOWY, ?2, 41Q20. . . - ll C i d J! 4 IK 1' IT ft . McCormick's Art Collection to Be Dispersed Chicago Company in a Ballet to Debussy Music NEW SINGERS ."HEARD HERE. Notftl)lc Assembly of l'ortruits New 'Version of "Afternoon of a Faun" Troves Dull and Unimaginative. Including' Iteynoldscfl, Itom j noys and ltncburils. The nnnouncement made yesterday by tfie American Art Association, that the famous art collection 6f the late n. Hall JlcCormlck of Chicago Is to bo sold here In April, will cause a decided stir In art circles. It will undoubtedly provide one of the notable auctions of the season and VlU bo awaited with interest. ytnny of the paintings are already fa miliar to the public, since they have (IF- ured In many sreat loan exhibitions, nucli as these In Copley Hall, Boston; the Chlcas o Ar t Institute' and' the , "World's Columbian Exposition. I The greater portion of the works were j procured durlnff Mr. McCormlck's many I tri...

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