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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

IF7? T BISHOP BHRCH ASKS (Sites Washington na Exemplar I ti .. n.,u 01 JtCVt'lTiicu jwr vwubu- tutcd Authority. SBKVrCES IN ST PAUL'S Vice-President Jrnrfihnll Chief Siicnker nt Luncheon of Sul srrnvo Institution. F,rvifp5 In commemoration of tho J'.oih nnnlvcrcary of tho landing of tho 'pilprlms und tho birthday of CJeorRO jVnahinRion under I ho auspices of pe suleravo Institution Mere held at tioon yesterday In St. Paul's Chapel, brMoVjy and Vesey street, where the jlret 1'rcsldont was onco a worshipper. Vlct-Presldent Marshall nnd Ronald C. IJjndsa). tho llrltlsh Charco d'AfTalrcs, 'tttio came from Washingon especially .far the day. arrived nt tlm church at ji:J0 o clock and wero escorted to the flu twdccUtd pew on tho nnrtl aide of the chunli whlcli onto belonged to 'Washington. They wero Joined Liter by JUton 11. l'ark-r, chancellor of tho Sill pavo institution: Dr. W. J I. Do Beau .fcrt of tho Netherlands Legation In WathliiKton. and Cant. Olostcr Arm srrons, Drillsb Consul-Ge...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

' 1 li. " 1 16 U THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD r 1 m '.13 OF 21 STEAMSHIPS .. r-i.H. i-.. i- sT' g-gp -fe ri -t4rM? T r?t .! ptofK A STEAMSHIPS B0UH0 EAST 1 I - jn -ij f , UH i r shown by odd numbers 3v7 jOlS S lw . ? mwmmuism ' y ChX - ' ' a . ( VK MEM ppj 7 b BfT; y- fefcfSMI iijtfe3H 1 aS3CJ iSP 0 i .madeira f afw 1 o-Di.unctJ in nautical rnilta on wua) itcamer trade fcotn Amb;o Chanatli-Sable Island. e; Nantucket (South Shoal) Hjbuhlr;. ojs Hatteni (Dlamona Shoal) llihubip, 3J0J ; : u 1 Two in Fleet American Flag The Manchuria and New York., I Of the twenty-one steamships appear ing on the clmrt to-day oi ly two, the rehabilitated New York (H-S) ana the Jlanchurla (P-3), both of the American Jlne, fly the Stars and Strlpea. The New York reopens the service of her line between Plymouth, Cherbourg and I" Southampton that was Interrupted by t the war. ' The postponement at Washington of J the sale of the former Ger...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK STATEMENT Discounts and tfoto Issues Con ilnuo to IncrcnsrivJJurijig Last Week. GOLD IS MUCH ItEDUCED Casli Reserves Drop and Net Deposits Fnll Slightly In Tcriod. ttiM to Ti" Sci jnd JCkw Torn? Hntw Washington, Keb. 21. Continued In crease In discount operations and Fed eral Itwerve note Issues, accompanied by substantial reductions In cold and cash reserves and a silent decrease In nede poslts. are Indicated by the Federal Reserve Board's weekly bank statement D of the close of business last night War paper on hand at the several reserve banlts shows an Increase for the week of 55.500,000, and other discounts an Increase of 50,500,000. On the other hmd, holdings of acceptances purchased In open market show a decline of $10, 900.000. and those of Treasury certifi cates, largely ns the result of redemption by the Government off the special tem porary certificates outstanding, decreased 521,700,000. Total carnlnc assets In creased during the week about $32,500, C...

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

w W THE SUN' AND .NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920 Maury Rogers & Auchincloss Member N. Y. Stock Exchange 1 N. Y. Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trade 25 Broad St. Foreign Exchange. Securities & Currency Offerings and information on request LW. Wagner & Co. Ettabllihtd 1587. Chicago Ok IS Mfmbn 33 New Street New York (" Branehtt The Railroads We have prepared an extensive chart ena bling ready comparison of the relative merits of the more important railroad securities. A copy will be sent tree on request for Chart S-ff. MILLER & CO. MKMnEKS NEW YORK STOCK EXCIIANOE EQUITABLE BUILDING 120 Broadway Now York It.-J PI Increasing Equity Behind This Stock J We offer the common stock of a light and power company which it almost entirely hydro-electric. It is able to produce power at about one-half the expense of steam gener ating companies. J A liberal sinking fund provision for bonded in debtedness is constantly increasing the book value. Par Value $100. Price ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

AMMAN BONDS . On account of the extraor dinary I'jSJ.?.xS,;?ff situation GHHMAN MU NICll'AL HONDS offer exceptionally attractive pos eibUitics. An improvement in the ex change rate will result in a corresponding enhance, merit in the value of the security and it seems ad visablu to buy now. Hamburg 4tf Berlin 4 Stultgart , 4 Leipzig " 4 Magdeburg .... 4 t $13.00 per 1000 mark Bond subject to confirma tion and exchango fluctua tions. Other securities quoted on request. Phone, Write or Call C, Bi RICHARD & CO. Established 1847 29 Broadway, N. Y. WE OFFER A High Grade PREFERRED STOCK 7 with liberal bonus of Common. The Company manufactures sanitary product which is considered by authorities the best of its kind in the world. Its 2,000 customers include the largest corporations, Pub lie and Educational Institu tions: also Departments of the U. S. Government. The Company is literally swamped with orders and re orders, which necessitates ad ditional working capital. The profits at the...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

' t THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. SHORTAGE OF CARS HOLDS UP STEEL Storage Facilities for Finished Product Not Reached, but Relief Needed. MICE ADVANCES KEEP UP rittsburg Wire jrakcrs Fear Suspensions Unless Transpor tation Improves. tptc'al to Tai Sex axt Nw Ton Ilruio. Pmwtf&o, Feb. 21. Steel continues to accumulate at th mill warehouses and yards, owing to Inability of rail . roads to furnish cars. Althouch the limit has not been reached In Btorase facili ties It Is well known that relief must com very soon In the shape of Im provement In railroad service K the mills are to be kept up to a moderately heavy operation, which at best Is only about 75 per cent of capacity and In several lines of the steel trade considerably be low that figure. Production continues to be held In check by lack of manufactur ing materials and blockade shipments. Open top cars, rarely used for certain finished lines, are being pressed Into service. Wire makers In the Pittsbur...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SOT SOT NEW YORK BM&P, BUND'AY, FEBRTORY 22, 1920 21 'SEVEREHANDICAF Unowned Western Athloto I Shows Grcnt Form at N. Y. ' A. 0. Games. BEATEN BY FEW INOIIES ITaxnm of Tonn Runs Off With Eiicrmoycr Cap Thomson a Victor. f Carl B. Johnson of tho University of WIchlBan enmo east Inst nlBht nnd ihowfd Now York athletic followers why TVMtonKTH proolnlm him tho greatest mthleto In America. Ho competed at the annual games of tho New York Ath letlo Club nt tho Twonty-aeconil HcbI went Armory and was beaten, but de iplte hf defeat he won the admiration if more than 8.000 fans and was recorded nt a great athlete by a host of experts. That he was vanquished was duo to the work of the official handlcappcr. Ho started from scratch In tho seventy-five yard dash and Rave Uboral starts to tho ttit sprinters In tho country. Ho had much moro speed than any of his op ponents, but after winning his heat and uml-flnnl he was nosed out of tho .de ciding dash by D. D. Lourle of Prince ton Univers...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, 'FEBRUARY "22, 1920.' 22 FIRST WIFE SEEKS HARKNESS MILLIONS Lord & Taylor 38th Street FIFTH AVENUE 39th Street Telephone Orders Filled Phone Greeley 1900 Ask iT Telephone Ordjcr Desk 3Irs. Cowan in Court Action Store Hours . 9 A.M. 5 P. M. Store Closed Tomorrow Washington's Birthday I Calls Deathbed Document j 'Fraud on Surrogate.'' 'SUB JUTS '-JIUTUAL WILTS'' They Devise Entire Estate to Her Hcccivcv Asked Pend ' ins: Accounting. Mra. Knnet Cowan, formtr wife of Harry S. Harkncu. millionaire iports mn. who dld on January iJ. 1319. flld In the Supreme Court yesterday an ac tion to recover :0.M0,9O damage from the executors of hit etate. This Is the location which was forecast by prior announcements. Mrs. Cowan states that she was mar ried to Mr. Harkness In November. W. and separated from him on February l' IMS. On November 5, she says, he made an agreement with her In con sideration of kv and affection to exe cute mutual wills In which each ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

0 SECOND NEWS SECTION . EIGHT. PAGES. Late News Sports Kennels Rod and Gun Automobile c .... AND THE NEW YORK HERALD NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920.- Copyright, 1020, by (ho (un-Ucra!J Corjiara I Ion. RED ADVANCE ON ALL FRONTS STIRSFAK EAST Bolshevist Successes Now Threaten to" Engulf Vast New Areas. JAPAN GROWS ANXIOUS Soviet Government Said to Bp Supplying: Corca With "War Munitions. Iptcial Cable Despatch to Tmj Bck aXd J?sw Tost Hebaid. Copyright, JIM, by Tns Ben axj Net Yobk irr,ni,n. London, Feb. 21. Bolshevist wic cesses on all fighting fronts havo sent a Jure of terror through tlio populations of nil adjacent territory and havo oven movod Japan to fears of most serious consequences of tlio Rod .advanco In 81' tiorla, according to cablo despatches celved here. With a revolution on her hands In Co rca, whero tho Sovlot Government Is ported to be supplying munitions of war to tho Corcan nationalists, and persistent r. porta that Lenlne-Trotzky agents are bujy In nortliorn ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

2 THE Slift ANPPW YQ-HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28,1 9gC. i i m R.L.SPOTTS AGAIN ' SCORES AT TRAPS Gets Scratch Prize nt Travcrs Island in Competition of N. Y. A. C. With 95. BIO GOLF MATCHES ' ARMK PROSPECT ?rt.Palm Beftch Lin Scene qf MRecerit Championship Play, and'a Young Professional of Tromise. ii - f - t WPWMM IMIllim, ifci iillllllllllllll A wi V7 A VA W A C7 VL' A WA A V V vn VAVAVAAvi iv a yv a xav yv vtyft r w vt, IrtWrnntionnT Cbnfcst' looked for When MHsh "Pros" . tit .... if. -1. - " ArriTC. EAST SirOUIiiy:OKT EVENT VISITOR SHATTERS .Hi -i - , j& . si. . ' - : : ! , v I Ml . f III I ' 'i .. . L . - ' . 3,v - '5 IHfc' I Amateurs May Also 'HnvcTfiun Contest With "Vnrdon, Roy, :"'"J)iincau.lnnil., Mitchell. ii- ra-Un pftiui:. Jwms the wa'ny .pleasing protpecta wli.Ch. tha pending vflt,of tho .llrjtlab. rrpf.cMionals has ornedlun. litiMt Qt'. International match', not one pt these bt tall affairs plana (or which already have, been drawn., but a. regular JnUtua-.L IiqivU ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

2 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HER AID, n SUNDAYy FEBRUARY 22, 1920. by Side on the Bis League Baseball Teams Range, the Strong and the W?qk of InM and Outfield - z c .. ' zzzri ' - WEAK AHD STRONG POINTS OF NINE Marked Shortage of Good In field Material In Major Hanks This Year. They Will lie Useful Men for Their Club This Season. " SCHOOLBOY ME1 But Prcsonts FfrPj'iec, a $fl& ycr jGovtog .(Jap.,, t.o Stuy- , 401,. 39 POINTS FOR VICTOR. GIANTS UNDER STANDARD Behind the Hat, in tho Box and nt Shortstop tho Class Is High. Barringcr School Finishes 3d and Do La Sallo 4th in , Games in Jcl'soy City. , . , Side 1 ' ' ' " , u jmh in Jl- .v li!,,,, ... 'UllF' :mm By WILLIAM n. HANNA. gome baseball clubs have n chronic weakness. For example, tho Brooklyn Tho Hrooklynn had Hush Jcnnlnps once, ind Huchlo was a brilliant shortstop, ei loo, were Bill Dahlon. flertnany Smith and Tom Corcoran. Hut alnco those dajs Brooklyn never has had a iirst class man at short, though Olson 1 the bill better than...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

a . ' ' 2 THE SUN AND NEW YORK liERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. I ir J- I 7 T,r T PrW RsW Ofirt I fo-Slate Queries and Answers for Card Planers News and Views of Kennel World M . Ja w O I ' a, PICKEREL SEASON OPEtfUP-STATE Angling- Permitted in All Sow England States and Cana dian Provinces. BEST BAITS. IX WINTER 31Innovs Caught in Autumn and "Bottled Up" Splendid Lure's forTish. Br BonnnT PAcfc li.vcoljt. Pickerel fljtthJC thnw-h the ic If row on in Nt Torlc and all the New nflind States. Alw 1n the Canadian protlnees. There is one thine that should not be foreotten by the man who gvrx out af ter winter pickerel. That is this: Do not forget to nave slave opon your handf or in your endeavor to hold the line running out you will saw racytd ;uts In the hand. Cotton eloves will do for thli work. There Is not a little tkill nece-sary 'n hooking on the minnow or perch to he hoolc when after pickerel, or .any fish for that matter. The llrlnir lure should not be hooked Into the fctosnac...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

1 1 Metropolitan 1RLIER OPENING OF RACING SEASON August Belmont Trying to Ar range Week's Meeting: In May nt Terminal. WOULD TRANSFER HACK But Aslw Amateurs to Raise Guaranty Fund of 825,000 to Insure Continuance. u m offfr made by tho Ucstcliester P.clne Awoclatlon In tho Interest ;:Jtplhalns la accepted by tho m .,urs who control hunt meetings In i clnlty of New YorK mo meiropomu iri season of 1910 may bo opened with famous Metropolitan Handicap, run . the crass at Uelmont Park Terminal wrly n May. As pre.Ment of the WmU Jffitf association Major Augurt IW ,nt ha agreed to transfer tho flrrt m flit race of tho year from Belmont vlrk to tin terminal ncroBB the avenue it tho United Hunt Raclns As ofUtlon will raise a guaranty fund of S5 000 to insure tho contlnuanco of Ua fGnnlns there for live years or more. rnnnsal was made by Major Bel mont in the hope that thy hunt racing Jurats might be Induced to hold their rriKurs might be Induced to nom tneir rin mcctlnss leforo the cpenltig ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

4t THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY ?2 1920. GET ACQUAINTED WITMOUlfCM Expert DlscrtsSfig: ItsNervous System nild What You Shdnld'Knoir. TiehnUal Dirtf1r'vrtt-Bidrt. C. A. Avtmeblle.ScJioaU,,ew fyrk City, . AJAT'C-n vi. What do yoa know about the nervo-is tjtUm of AW.?r7 VT ,!ttIe fV lay, Sir. Jforlce. Is there, really a nervous tyttrnT" To t-e fure. for trlth the carburetor fc, lunt breathing apparatus the. IctiiUcm, flRht !nc, starting sjitsm iwrefr forhtiSea the "Terres." To. anatJ"ct"ion?llrr.M 6s a cat of 'ew' Jatt like the nsman racer ' There are-nrotor-nerYtSr to opply the etartlnc motor frornjthe battery, hkh ralrht be called thrbrain! Other ctne convey pep and Ore to U.e cylinders, andi . . . fc " . - i others suppUr the lamps, hern anlotht devlcea. Each -of the trim and devlcfs way have disorders like a'tnan-W Is It the female of--tie sixties srhkh has" 'nerres' Thli ride of the- auto works aetma to be the harden forrsort rerscn to un derstand. Many otherwise ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

2 THE)' SUN Ajijp NBW VC-Kg HERALD, StfNDAT,' 'FEBtUABY 88, .1 UN These Cijty Bues Kept Going SEES TRUNK ROADS ALL ALONG, COAST A. A. A. Touring Board Soya They Will Traverse Continent. Compact Maxwell Taxicab. .' ". 1 . A . . 4 1 AUTOMOBI BIG EXPANSION, Frederic Cronies .Is Promoted : " NASH r 5 PaifseH&er Sedan Rebuilt, flfpM to Vlcc-I'rcslaenana Sales Mnnngcr. JWiiimilAvti larrilni "1 JiM?lWMv ni 1 sttoi PARTRIDGE CO. IN -it J... '1 MMW mil l 'I projrramnio of gcnoral expansion A 1 . . i... r a PnrtrldBS St CO.. . . whi-ii -vin piaco it Jn on umuually . ,,nE position io nullum Bi " ... .nr In IMO InolUdoil tho ln tnejtlng announcement tliat Frodorlo Crooks, well itrwwn u a, tiw" . be m.je VOT, Sen of he Vompany In.eham of "7C,"U WU npnolntmont if rccog 1 m the port t tlio Partrldso or- N ation vf orU well floim ly wr. Sm dorlne wverftJ years connection Cr0 .uui '., win rtnt 09 have Scl i him into conUot with many of i and 1 1 "w Pt,4,,lon 1U CDabla JS. ijon. "no that produced...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

t 1 Nash Quad Defies Storm Of 1 ; t i 1 ft 1i 11 EH ; 1 -i h Manhattan' 'ino'w drift or tho shell craterrof F ranee all look alike lo tho'Nwh' Quad. Forty-aight hour in the icrVice of the New 'Y6rk police Department enabled. thj, powerful transportation unitjatt week to looten half ilMairei, bad traffic jams, where ttalled Fifth arenuo buuei, United J?tete moil track and variou. other heavily loaded vehicle re futed fo budge until the Naih hitched on. AMAZING PROGRESS IN TRANSPORTATION Expert- Traces Development and Tells of Early. Mothods- Used Here.- .. Everr mode of hlEhwnyTtfaffe'bort'a "lion froth the days of ancient1' Ksypl. When brfelw made of mud from the Illver Nile word transported by man power.' and through the oubseiuent lens furnished by beast and vehicle, ore belrie' actually demonstrated In America to-day. Man still carries bricks, sacks of train and -what not 'on his back; the primitive sledga It reproduced In tho Heighs ana eieas or our r.orcnern States; camels and ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

- 1 - - Ortnfvfrr nnrl. SECTION 3 8 PAGES Fashions Art Reviews. NEW YOEK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. M'ofpoitoii. SOCIETY'S ANCESTRAL PRIDE HELPING IN CIVIC WORK City History Club, Society of Junior Colonial Dames and Associate Organizations Now Factors in Municipal Life. THERE wfji tw something much more significant than a mora costume spectacle In an entertainment which tho City History Club, of New York will give to-morrow forenoon In the American Museum of Natural History aa lta part-of New York's Washington's Birthday celebration. Incidentally tho entertainment will mark tho twenty-fourth birthday of tho club, of which Mrs. Robert Abbo, Its founder, Is honorary president, and Mr. A. Barton Hepburn Is actlvo executlvo head. Tho external attractions of tho programme, whloh will bo conducted by Pr. George F Kunz, flrst vlco-presldent of tho club, will engross thJtoittenUon ef severay hundrdd children and many older persons. Tho Hebrew Orphan Asylum Band will play a patriotic overt...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

4 , 9 . a THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, TEBKUAKr zz. ivzv. "LENTEN SBASONAFreCTSACTIVITY IN WOMEN'S CLUBS Entertainments, However, Are Being Arranged for CharityAuxiliary Board of Mozart Society Discusses Proposed Minstrel Show. LENT will be a busy season In the social club world, for although some, of the well known organ! sstlon will omit their regular dances, there will be lectures and muslcalta to take the place of these and not a fow will take up serious problems a'onc national, educational and philan thropic line. Card parties ,for chari ties also will be Included lh the club activities during the penitential sea son and sewing classes willT held In connection with several of ths so cieties. The Little Mothers Aid Association trill b' benefited by onj of the eewlns classes, which will be under the aus . pice of the Loving Arms Day Nurs--ry, Auxiliary No. 1. of which Mrs. H. B. Lloyd Is president. Mis, Bond Stow is the honorary president of the nursery and wss Its founde...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE" SUNV'AND NEW YORK- HERALD, 'SUNDAY, FEBRUARY1 88, "im 9 CLUBS' LENTEN DAYS BROOKLTN ADVEItTISEMBNTS. Frederick toeser C. nnOOKJXN ADTERnSESIBNTB. Frederick Loeser Co. Odtdlmu frvt Second Tag. ttakst may h had front raeirfxrs of tj, oommlttM or at th school, 471 West nrtnMTratn nmt. nier win M htIm for aach tblo and th avsnt protn mi to, b en of ths matt suooeesful ctrtn for ths institution. Th school has bea tnMtlnc with great iuooom In obtaining llfa msmbers at 1109 saeh and perpetual patrons at 1109. ThM merabsrihlp fees are added to th permanent fund, which elnco th semi-annual' meeting In December, haa been Inereaseu ,more than 18,000. Ou aooountof the, weather and th condi tion of the street, the attendanoe of lata at th' aehool haa been am all. Th tpalth of the children, however, has keen rsmarvabirgooa. .... Th Mlitourl Woman's Crab, lira. P. I Swacker president, rare the third ef Its series of danoes on Friday eve rJm'at theilTotel McAlpln. It was for the ecnoiarsmp ron...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

8 THE SUN ' AND NEW YOBK HER'ALD, 5T3NDOT, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. Florida's Winter Pastimes and Some Who Follow Them. MRS. OAME.S f SILO JRV o" Q, HEW YORK Off PALM BEACH TABLES MADE GAY AT PALM BEACH TJimstrol Decorations a Ilobby With Thoso Who Havo Cottages. SEASON TO LAST LONG Winter Colony Expected to He main Until Middle of March. Palm Beach, Fin.. Feb. II. With the enlarged cottaue colony here this sea son entertaining at home has become a factor In social life, for until last year few persons who hail houses entertained nr home. Cottage parties, however, are i - -ally not more than six or twelve In number. A lornment of table Is a hobby In several of the cottages. Sirs. John C. King, who entertains frequently at home, 1 as a table painted green, with a land scape before each plate, and In tho centre of the table Is a tiny nomin temple In French bisque. Sirs. Charles Dillingham's table gleams Irrldesccntly with glass flowers of varied hues laid flat on an uncovered table nround a...

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