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Page 75 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

Billion Dollar Season Prompts Vast THIS is a billion dollar theatre season; thore hns never been anything like it. By the time that Monday morning arrives, along in June, when the manager of tho small city playhouse lets his last week's bill stay on the boards, bpens his theatre to let in the balmy air and stands on the sidewalk out in front wearing his new straw hat niul at leisure for the first time since the minstrels opened his house last Sep tember, the American people will have spent for the season 1919-1920 about a billion dollars on going' to the theatre. This golden deluge has clinked and crinkled under the ticketseller's wicket in dramatic theatre, vaudeville theatre and mo lioii picture house. While the powers that be in some lines of business have advanced cautiously since the war, the business of purveying entertainment has boomed at an amazing rate. In the face of the high cost of building, new structures are being ptjt up as never before. One chieftain of the theatric...

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

.V I ,' ' ,1 ,,' 1 . ' ','1 ' ' ' ' ' ' I ' ' . f ' . ' d 6 Priceless EARRINGS m Tfe CHIBCHA RAVE.. Marvellous Workmanship Beto kens High Civilization of Race Whose History Is Lost in Antiquity Br M. A. ROSE. HERE. the treasure lay, spread out upon the long table in the dining room ' of an ultra modern apartment in unromantic West End avenue. Taxicaba squawked on the icy asphalt below; now and again the elevator whined 'its way past the floor; the telephone rang once or twice. Hut our thoughts were thousands of miles and sis centuries away. We were thinking of Columbus and Alonzo de Objeda and Gonzalo Jimenez de Qncsada; of Yco and Amyas Leigh in Westward Ho; of rotting skeletons beneath tall palms and swinging orchids, the bones of men who had crossed the Spanish Main and died, in search for just such glittering stuff as lay before us. Gold 1 Not the minted tokens of a Gov ernment's solvency upon which rests the inverted pyramid of modern commerce, nor yet such melted down bars as ...

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

The Sphere of My Lady Nicotijie's History Re plete With Human Interest m m m and Amazing statistics rpflAT worshipful Indian of Hispaniola J, who first gnvo uio wmto man a pipe full of dried leaves and lit it with fire brand started a flro whoso smoke fills tho irorld. It eccms impious to resolve all this ineenso into figures, but it is n fact that to-day or any other day at the present time tho population of tho United States, male and female, is burning up 127,000,000 cigarettes. Such is the going rate for cigarettes alone 40,50,0,000,000 n year, 127,000,000 a day, 6,300,000 an hour, 85, 000 a minute, 1,400 n second. Piling all tho cigars and pipe fuel on top of this heap of cigarettes, would make a pyre indeed for tho antis to dance around And when its last residuary atom was re duced to ash there would still bo left the problem of tho non-fumacious edible and jnuffable forms of tobacco. And if Amer ica ever does take a notion to efface to bacco and tho tobacco industry by consti...

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Page 78 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

7m 8 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 192CC 6 1 Spirit of '49 Flashing Forth Anew in Texas Qil Rush i t I Southwest Now Pre sents Same Melo drama of Sudden Wealth and Sudden Death That Pioneers Knew in Days of the Gold Craze rpHE days of tlio Forty-niners have X conic again in Louisiana, Oklahoma, and most of all in breezy Texas. The gold rush of our grandfathers lias given place to the oil rush of to-day. Instead of prairie schooners these argonauts fare forth in Pullman trains (chronically four v to six hours late) and instead of pros pectors on "grub stakes" thorelare oil, drill ers at any number of real dollars per day; hut the wild, adventurous spirit is the same and t ho reckless spending of hastily won fortunes and also the fist fights and the (run play! It is this same adventurous spirit, this recklessness and taking of long chances that attracts so many old campaigners of the A. E. F. to the oil fields. If you ar. TVPICAL STREET 1M TEXAS OIL BOOM TOWN SNAPS...

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Page 79 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SUiy AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. Ameiicanomen Win Heart of France With Their Peris Brilliant Writers Long -in Paris Are Showered with Honors for, , Their Services During Wlar ; Special Correspondence of Tin; Sun and The New Yobk Herald. Pams, Feb. 3, 1020. THREE of America's most brilliant pen women have lived for years in Psris. They are Edith Wharton, Sirs. John Van Vorst and Anna Bowman Dodd. These three women are representative of all that is best in American womanhood, a credit to their country as well as being an ornament of the greatest utility to the coun try which they have chosen as their second patrii. They have Riven the wealth of their united pens unreservedly during the war to useful production in the interests not only of our own soldiers but most of all to France, and France is grateful and appreciative. Decorations, the highest that could be awarded, have been showered upon them by the Government, and every cour tesy and assistance have been ...

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Page 80 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

HE $UN AMD NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. Rulers Shorn of Power Despite Creditable Parts in War 10 Diminution of Sover eign Prerogatives in Britain, Belgium and Italy Presents Sharp Contrast to United Skates: ALTHOUGH it is acknowledged, even Lore in republican America, that the rulers of Belgium, Ituly mid Great Britain behaved admirably during the great war, yet its conclusion has been followed by a diminution of their sovereign prerogatives. Albert and Victor Emmanuel III., by hero ism under fire, George V. by tireless 'de VotioiV'toxtjie government of his empire all three'kings by unselfish efforts in behalf of their people proved the. value of mon archy, even to its most prejudiced oppo nents: They demonstrated their fitness to reign as constitutional sovereigns. Yet they are being still further shorn of their power. This Implies no reproach. It means that the horrors of the great war have been so appalling that tho people have resolved that it shall be left to no ...

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Page 81 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, 'SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. 11 Sou thV Little Giant Of Political Fame Starts Roaring Again Ex-Governor Brown's Remarkable Career in Storm Centre of Georgia Politics Recalled by His Latest Bolt Hurled at Wilson Federal Men Tell of Chief Tasks in Enforcing Dry Law O'Connor Smoothes the Way for Legitimate Traffic, While Shevlin Hunts Down the Moonshiners and Bootleggers HOMAGE OF FRANCE "President Woodrow Wilson has banded himself with international unions of men who openly decry the laws. . Under him law no longer commands labor unionism, it pleads with it. . . . He has taken a solemn oath to see that the laws be faithfully executed. Why does he now shrink from using the powers already in his hands to pro tect us from internal rebellion?" Ex-GOV. JOSEPH AT. BROWN of Georgia. A MAN who has been called "the most insignificant looking person in tho United States" last week hurled that charge and challenge nt the President of the United Slates in an open lette...

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Page 82 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920." 12 Twin Tubes Under Hudson Will Care for Future Traffic j! n 1 I ll Bridges Would Have Served Their Pur pose Better Had Sarne Forethought Been Used in De signing Approaches TSE Kerr YosWfaw Jersey Tohlcnlar tunnel is oqo long stride nearer nalintloa. After months of exhaustive tody plans have' been prepared for a twin tube structure susceptible of fairly rapid building and promising to meet traffic needs for a decade after completion. Clif ford M. Holland, the Interstate Commis sion's chief engineer, assisted by ablo as sociates, has' developed a schemo that gives every promise of turning over to publio use a project of no regrets. This should indeed be pleasing news to the citizenry of both commonwealths oon eamed, for msay are the big engineering enterprises called into being that fall far abort of ultimate satisfaction. Wo have hero in Greater New York numerous ex amples of magnificent disappointments disappointments largel...

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Page 83 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

r. r ' CIassifie SHfl. 1 Farm anil Garden J SECTION 8. BIGHT PAGES till AND NEW YORK HI5RAI-D NEW YORE, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY. -22,' 1920. omnoM, 1-20, m . sun.rofj (7orPorafo. The Submc! New York Herald Oonxt fit words to a Itaewlnlmum iptce two Hoes. Itato per ante Hot. a times T times 1 time, a week, lively. ".rents Wanteil as 3.1 28 38 s5 jt Auction oiio,.. w ,ulo Exehsrqjo 40 L5l anr! llnoim... no as 25 tt..inM. finiMiriunl. - ".i.v.r...... pent!, Marrlasti, to 45 BiiDloTmt-tAgenclea 60 (f..Bl'l,t 43 .IS 28 .vi 40 0 Mill. rifip m anted Inttructlon tat and Found personal JUnl l'slnte, Inelud In. Apartment ad lertlslng Situations Wapted... 40 ::o : 40 50 33 23 40 23 38 33 SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALES Cook, Ac. 1 fll recommended woman; cooking, general mwk small family, or housekeeper. W 100 fun Herald, lli-rsld square. mut'l'IFM' Snedlsh cook. Christian. inrullj Write nrarrruent: wares 883: city reference. Johowii. chip of lluch. 70 West lotllh. COnlv oiuig woman. Irish-American, good co...

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Page 84 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

I THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1080. 8 HELP WTEDEMES t'JIAlir.i:UM,ll for private' hou!. OallTues-GuSlliBTlMAIIMVAITUKUS-lllnUfl family, full r.U l.'n... fll. ClllLDIlKN'S nurse, mutt be experienced; very pood wages. Inquire Mr. Hot. 114 Boat 3. tli it. OUSOKS cf qitioh of r-iTtrvn corpo !, CXCrXUlNT OPPOItTI ftMTi p nor OU ALL DAY '1UESDA.. WR. MONAIIAN, 1B1 sVH.'TII.AV., Nmu floor. CUmiUAI, worker: young; woman ., school education. Prfl)1,,fl".J5Il?r' In publishing hoiiw or advertls ng agency, JJJ "ending out vruf ""V1, enirravtngB d a-nerat wort li adrrrtLlmr dfjwrtioont of trade "iirn.l. McGraw-Hill ,. lOtli T. and 38th it, CLERICAL assl.tant. young womtu. TJXJ SCUVC, WlIU KIWI tuuvuui ." stands filing to.l can operate monitor boort steady position wltli lure i-oiwcrn: glTe full particulars and salary expected. Addreea ft. Mt. 4i- Min-neraiu. T-VntTT-""" ul'i-i-ii i t Mrrfll'K. over 18, for rounUng'and checking tlmue pat ptlcrus; Miort Hour, pleasant work: e...

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Page 85 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1020. HELP WANTEDFEMALES. , ? stern brothers, , west 420 street, H tail itwil vcancli for energetic P i f r and experienced SALESWOMEN i la tie following departmenti: leather goods, I LACES and VE1LIN0S, . NECKWEAR, I IX0WEH3 aud FEATHERS. , NEGLIGEES, X . , NOTIONS, , uilverwarb, n BOOKS. BOW HATS. (1, Oitia poiltlona offer good sal- IX trie wJth commlisjoa on ii!m; ID tlM Ufa Insurance, ALSO-VACANCIL'3 FOR: CAsntcns, rjierlcBccd in putting up payrolls: good positions with prospects for drincenicnt to those who can quallfj. clerical positions. Yicaodes In tlio Itetura Goods Dfikj, also for Complaint Clerks gccuitomcd to tracing errors in mil. merchandise packers. Vacancies for Girls otw 13 for Wrapping Parcels; experience un necessary. Permanent positions to those who quallfjr. Apply after 0 A. St., Tuewlay, to Superintendent's Office, Cth floor. TTriMT.-tilrl Kantnl to anawer telephone and h tjplnj In umall executive office: exper...

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Page 86 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

n I Nl -IIIWSaMalaSJ--ejlHmWawSWSl , ' 8 " THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1020. 1 II 1 HELP WANTED MALES. yint class man. aeruttoued to operating P Vilbl spraying ruacUlnf. MoHo;t!i, , Jcle miii ,, long Islsml City. CittDBNrjMMnxiEn and wife- wanted An pahllAmnn'. ,-niinfrV li- .I Hilt.. irfllU SW York city: no heavy farming I care of Sir ens n few cow kept for household purposes only, and poultry, wife most be good butter tnsier. Ho youne children. Modern. u to date rot Uffr, Willi ill conveniences, Good Wge and tfesdy Piece lor the right pwlt. lluaf kavn p reference. Addr.w, statins refer ence . " . 1-K Bun-Herald. GAlUlENHll (Head). elnile. ltd year eld, Sable of taking entire charge of well kept private place; first clat experlenco wltfc fowl tralulug In all branches flowers, rrifttablr,, frulu outsido and In greenhouse, landscaping. f new plnces, planting and care of anrul, flower garden, lawns roada Act also Urn Mtt'W and poultry; will fnrnlsn first class, r...

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Page 87 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

" ' . 'u; vt - ' ' ' ' '' ' '..""" 1 I 'I - ill 1 1 THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HEI&XD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY- 22, 1020 I m HELP WANTEDMALES. I xso. ote.n april i. its reaovil this company's central of. C.it) from Cll to Naw York on Msrcu 19 rcwrw the engtgsruent In advance, of 2W uul fsntlo civciiwri ortlee employees, si typists, . hcwnnun opkhators. nriPLJiUTOR OPERATORS. rWMPTOMKTRH OPERATORS. AnnRBPECWB.trn oitjiutoiw. ' BOOKKEEPING MACII1NU OPEllATOilS, ricu clerks, invoice clerks and rtn.NTR.lL clerks ron sales, comrxriNo, purchasing, claim, J.F-UT10 AND CUEDIX DEPARTMENTS. Iti company" new offteta win tn loettea U fh awn building. under construction, it a tut Hit et, Ami when wmplote.1 will be one. ,f tie duett priule office umwion in Netf XmS. Ernidrjyees Wtttflnj( for the positions here eraroew will Mi excellent opportunity tor idtatKeiafnt ssd. n most desirable environment la the heart of Svtw lork'samojt attractive tKiaess district, I Direct jow ipflUcittoa ta r. One. D. Wllllsm...

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Page 88 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

ma Li sib"2 Suggestions for Garden Work . to Be Attended To in March Compieto oil pruning and epraylntr for bark loiect in March. Hobo bushes may be pruned the latter part of tho month, nemovs all weak and dead Wood. Early cabbage, cauliflower, lettuce, cnlonii, eKSplanto, torrmtoea and peppora dhould bo atnrtcd in hotbeds or cold frames not later than tho lrut of March. Itadlshes may bo sown at Intervals.eln hot beds (or early crops. Early beets may bo sown In hotbeds. Hotbeds will require constant atten tion. Cover them up warm on cold nights. Give additional nlr as the season progresses, to prevent tho plants erow Injj weak. Hyacinths pxowlnrr In water should bsvo the water changed every week and urpees u 1 ABurO eas .tloo Burpee Co.. Growers Phlladelohla II I Seed Crcwtrs Philadelphia Burpee's Annual The Leading: American Seed Catalog Burpee'. Annual is a,complete guide (or the Vegetable and Flower garden. It fully describes Burpee Quality Seeds with a hundred of the finest vege...

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Page 89 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

r s THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1920. RODENTS INJURE TREES, i ,M,tta and flchl mlco Iiuve Injured Jz. in orchards this winter, viod Ms been scarce anil tho animals cnaired tlio baric frorti tho trees In "lij patches between tho meshes where Sre protnctoiu have been used. Loult aftuv young trees, na sore In tart may bo done lute in tlio season 88 an In the mlUUlo of winter. ltt protectors liavlnff a mesh of at 'sail onc,,l"lrl1-1 ui "" iicuw 'Ary to protect young trees; In tome tiir mny be trapped with btilld jJ'jv,Pf.r until tho wlntor and spring j.nier it Pst. It U lcn to"'"1 tnat ne,d have optratlnc under tho snow na well i. above tho Kround till year. Polon illti sometimes uwd to destroy tho jolce when thoy arc observed In lane wimbtrt. For an Archway MAW places about the home, now timlgbtly or with no In dMduallty. can bo made ipota of beauty by planting lbs famous climber rose. Dr. V. Van yier originated by the U. S. Goternmcn ' leading raw eapert for huoi...

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Page 90 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 22 February 1920

-"?V7 : t i . .8 THE 'SUN AND NEW YOBK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, ;fl20; 1 4 IDIBWORKERSSHOW BECM IN BRITAIN Tc Ended "Witli less Unem ployment Than for Tears Beforo War. WAGES- INCREASED ALSO Be'tefl" Prices last Month at B5Cord Mark, 100 Tor Cent. Aoovd 19W. ipttitt Ccrrtmnfenct ot Tn Srs and Vsir -kOKK Jit!.'. Lojreos Feb. 10. Conditions ot Brlt . ..v.- ut.oriv improvement at the- end' ot 1915. There was much less unemployment In December than ror many yews before the war. fluHn the year the hours of labor of 6,400,000 work or had been reduced by an average of . . I i. ,.j . th iirno time thero was a total net Increase of J1O.C55.00O In the -wages paid to b.bm.wj worpcuiu. Tho annual review of employment, wages,, hours of labor, price and dis putes Issued by the Minister of Labor elves tho following details for the year ended December 31, 1919. At the beginning of the year employ ment was afflicted by the change over from war to peace activities In tho fao torles and by the dem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

T r: lots- A tfAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preserves the best traditions of each. In combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. p , WEATHER FORECAST. Fair to-day and to-morrow; gentle east to south winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 40; lowest, 30. DiUtltd wiatbtr rtporu will b round on the editorial pig. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD 4 V1 -1. VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 176-DAILY. NEW. YORK, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1920,-8 JTlViAJAJ A Ti v UJiX A.kJ :"nfti.VHSlnnmrtPt A Tork, N. T. li'i rT-iVY lJi. OUUUHWi' - BIG TAMMANY MEETING LAUDS II Hyphens Here and lied Des pots Abroad Ignored in Cooper Union. GOV. SMITH A SPEAKER Vice - President Marshall Points Out Aliens' Way to Patriotism. WASHINGTON IS HONORED Addresses Dwell on Noble Ex ample Set by Father of His Country. There was n largely attended meet ing In Cooper Union yesterday at which nobody applauded the name of Nlcolal Lcnlnc where, in fact, that great man's name was not ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

dtz Hubert Joushwho headed the British EnlMkry mlsalon In tho Baltic; Col P. p. Af.n.h. iirUl.h military uent In tha Iniiiriiiuii in 191S. ills, and uovornl flnan Kal advisers and experts on the various Jnllltary missions. I Tiiev contnd that -Imnle trading with She cooperative union Is not eufflctent (without trio osautance 01 mo ihtoim Government, while It f becoming clearer atally that the stability or nuropo ue Sends upon restoring tho central Euro. San States, whlcli can only bo ade quately provUloned from Itussla, and Avlthout a general pcaca nusslas re tourcei cannot be made available. URK NATIONALISTS PUBLISH PROGRAMME -JVi'Z Oppose Foreign inter ference in Internal Affairs. i - Conbtantinotus, KeD. 31 (delayed), A British squadron consisting of flvo battleships and four destroyers, under Command of Admiral Fremantle, orrlved to-day and anchored In tho Bosporus, near the Italian and French battleships, lr the waterway and within a stone's throw of Parliament Building, when i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

'THE, SUN AND NEW YORK, HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1920.. POINCARE TO HEAD I REPARATIONS BODY r- , ; .Acccptnnco Shows . Germany I Will Not Bo Permitted to ! Evndo tfrenty. JIUST rAY EVERY FRANC Work on Charges Against "War . Criminals for fjelpsic Court ' Proceeding. tptcial Cablt Ditpolch Is Tns Srs akd Nsw Tonic niuw Copyright, 1120. by Tub 8m ip Nr.w Yoik Hctjud. Paris, Feb. 22. Acceptance by IUy mond roincare. formerly President of France, of the post as president of the Interallied Reparations Commission Is Interpreted everywhere In Paris as a jure sign that Germany will not be per mitted to evade, as sho Is planning to do, tho terms of the Treaty of Ver sailles. It Is known hero that tho Germans hoped for the appointment of a man of ti forcible character than M. Polncare. Thcrefore, the news that he had been pamed to head the commission and had accepted the appointment came as a dis tinct fhock to the Germans. ' M. Polncare decided several days ago that he would accept the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

THE SUfr AND NEW YOltK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1920, 1 1 GOMPERS av ABOR PARTY PLAN tilinkcs Indiana leader Wlio Heads Movement for Sepa rate Political Action. ctllS IDEA FALLAOIODS l Bitter Denunciation Ho Says tt Would Bo Playing ' Game of Enomics. BjfclaJ 19 Tite Son axd Nw Toss Ifnuu). Washington, Feb. 22. Samuel Compcrs, president of tho American Federation of Labor, denounces in emphatic terms the proposal to orcanlja tt Separate labor party In a letter ad drfcscd to William Mitchell of Terro Hfiite, president of tho Indiana State LaW party, tho text of which was made public to-night The letter reads: toy what right do you assumo to de clare the work and tho policy of tho American Federation of Labor to bo Im practical? Surely the results achieved lnjthe Interests of the workers demon strate the utter fallacy of your as ufnptlon. ''Hy your declaration you assert the practicability of the course you declare yob will pursue. What experience have yqo had with your political ...

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