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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1920. 1 OLD GUARD FIGHTING DIRECT PRIMARIES Clash Expected in Attempt tp Forco Miolitlon Without Referendum. J;OGHOMING AT ALBANY Socinlists' Trinl to Tnko Up Three Weeks More, Delay ing Assembly's Work. Ittdal to Tn Sr.v ixn Nsw Ynar Hexald, AiaNT, Feb. 22. Insurgency Is thrfatenlwr to brenk out again In ihe Republican nmjorlty In tho Legislature t illil last year. Tho cause of parti on discontent Just nt present U on In latent demand made by tho Old Ouard fcrcf that Hie direct prlnmry bo abol lif.fd by direct nctlon rather than sub mitting the question to a referendum In April. Several of the younger Republicans, nho found their way Into politics through th direct primary and like It nro epposed to such a leactlonary proposal it throwing out the primary bodily with out asking the voters in tho party their opinion, The old time leaders nro said to have agreed at the conferences which iollowed the Carnegie Halt convention, nhere they...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOEK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1920. ERICH HONORS FOR OF Certificate of Homngo for Each I Next to Kin Who Lost a Loved One. EBVICES 'irf AIUIOMES Qen. O'ltynn Urges Ilolativcs $ to Let Their Heroes Sleep Wliero Tlioy Died. i ijThd men, women and children who nuffcred moat of nil In tho war, those Who lost loved ones, received tho grati tude of the French nation yesterday, rjio token of this feellntr was o Blight one, merely a certificate Huned by Hay rriond Polncaro offerlnK the homage of France, but, it was precisely tho name token prenenttd to the next of kin of n inllllun and a hi,!' French Koldlers. and ipoee who received n here yesterday un derstood, ' They went to armories, somo to tho very armories from which their boys had marched away on the great adventure, dU men and women together and old rrten and women nlono, younger women with children and others with none. They went afoot from tenement districts and I A autphioblle from the city's mot pre tentious ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

FIRST NEWS OUT OF RUSSIA ! IN DIRECT INTERVIEWS WITH ENINE OTZ and SZINOVI (The Now Famous Lenine Interview Was Published in The World Last Saturday) s- A Series of Articles Describing the Exact Conditions in Russia Obtained by Its Special Correspondent, LINCOLN EYRE Sent to RUSSIA for This Purpose WILL APPEAR IN t "Russian Thinker' (MORNING EDITION) ) LEW TROTZKY ( PRESS ILLUSTRATING SERVICE. TheOrganizer and Executive 3t Beginning Next Wednesday, Opening with the Trotzky Interview, in which he gives a Complete Summary of the Situation and Prospects in Russia as he sees them For the first time since the end of the war, November, 1918, a correspondent has succeeded in thoroughly in vestigating the conditions in Russia and the results of Bolshevism. Lincoln Eyre, the Paris correspondent of The World, entered Russia last November. For nearly three months he has been studying the results of the rule of Lenine and Trotzky whal: he has found is of tremendous interest, and is of distinct ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

8 4 THE' SUN 'AND NEW YOfcK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1920. "flPy J$tul mtrw Mwr vnnrr HERALD. iJLlIXi iViV" FOUNDED 1833-1833. "new voiut, moxday. ran- M lt2gi TUB SUN-HKItALD CORPORATION. Tl.thlUttaras 'Uil HrO(lwJ Frank A. JJutiMX. ftfi'df,,."tWra. T wrt. Vice-president and Treasurer, iu naSrart. Vlcs-Drai i M, Tltberlngton, Secretary. NEWSSTAND PRICES. Daily, two ccnta a towr In Nf" " rtty wil suburb, and n5 "5 fS wherej Bandar. Uv rents; elsewhere, ln MAIL SUBSCRIPTION HATES. Scat of Mississippi invert One Six One v .1- Monlha. Month. DaYlyTVundTy. .1110 I J" $1.00 DAILY on:.-.. 0 4 60 .85 SRSS.".l'w-v 1 til il "ri, .11 "ZLT. wV.t of th. Mlulnlppl Klver add 61 a year for dally or dally ana flanday editions. FOREIGN rtATEB. DAILT SUNDAY. .120. 00 $1S.S0 DAILY only IBM .00 BUNDAY only All checks, money order. -, mad payabla to The Bun-Herald. $140 LOO .SO to b Knrapean EdHlon. Puhllahed In Parli every day In th 7f" Prlc in Paris 21 centime, dally ana Sunday. PARIS OFFICE. 49 A...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1920. Tableaux Vivants Reveal Beauties At Palm Beach PERSONAL INTELLIGENCE. Krw York. Mr. and Mr. Plerpont Morgan Hamil ton have uoatponed their trip to Europe until March. Women Of Mr, and Mrs. Jamea C. Rea have come from Pittsburg and are guests of her Wllltcr Colony ' P"rl"nt". Mr. and Mra. Cleveland H. I a-v...... PotictI to Represent Famous PniiitiiifiTS. to Tb Sin ad New Yoag HazAin. f ... aa a Mian Annie Roae Walker of Richmond, Va-., who waa at the'RIta-Carlton Hotel, Ima gone to Havana, Mr. ' and Mra. Alexander 8. Brown, ho were auosta of their son-in-law PA1 M Plsnrrii iii, fnt i ana iiuugmar, air. nu mrw. . auiiwni rather but attended tne , inner, nave retuineu 10 tiicir iiomu m . . ,.ti tableaux vlvant given laat night In the , Baltimore. imN- " f Al ronlente. the home 111"' " . , ,K KnrU rxf a lit Mr Josepn niurr, i"i .hlldren's foster home In England, mMOred by I-dy Thompaon ... 4 t 'ri,...,,u-1 .eleeteil the Mr r.nwniu...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YOIiK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY .23, 1920. 10 t Lure of the Olympic Games Leads Ivan C. Dresser, Intercollegiate Champion Two Mile Runner, To Join the N. Y.A. C. PROFESSIONALS SEE BUSY DAYS AHEAD Numerous Tourneys Arranged in South to Interest the "Salaried Brigade." ST. AUGUSTINE ATTRACTS Course Selected for East Coast , Championship Is Favorite With the Experts. o. 1 Tf - Q..u ..-. Vrtr YoftK Herald. Cpr'i' t" nr. a'' " - - I OniiovD Reach. Fla.. Feb. 22. These re migration days for that clement of the professional clan who did not drift along at the benlnnlnK of the season In rem lar loh... and the direction of flight Is toward Dixie. The first con-J clave of the clan for competitive com mingling took place In Augusta, Ga, when a number of crark players Hat In for the thirty-six hole open contest at the Augusta Country Club. In fact, two or three days before that date the boys had begun to tlock In. And one of the first outstanding tricks of the teason developed i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

r ' . Vx THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, .FEBRUABY 23, 1920. Manager of Giants Remains in Havana Because of Fetid With President of Club, Is Report From Cuba d. i . i A M'GRAW TO QUIT r 1 1 n 'No One Bid High for Their Encounter. V i RELATIVE VALUE OF RUTH AND ROUSH D. I. BRADLEY HAS BIG DAY AT TRAPS BALLY RUNS GAME HANDBALL TITLE ; FOR CYRIL REGAfl si Annunciation Player Defeats Dan Shea in Final 1 Bound. Won'Triple Tie at N. Y. A. C. Traps GIANTS, IS REPORT RACE AT HAVANA Stories From Havana Say If tho Babo Gets ffin,000 What Salary Is tho Fielder Worth? Wins Two Scratch Trizcs and , Leg on Lyon Cup In N. Y. A. 0. Shoot. Wins tho Gcorgo WasHington . Manager Is Considering fis Ilotircment. Handicap at Ono Milo in Last Stridor FIGHT WITH STONEHAM pislic Battle. Gave Cuuan Capital a Two Day Sen sation. Startllntr rumors come out of Havana In reganl to John McQraw. 'TIs sale that ho "will not leave for San Antonio (yen on March 1. Somo ro so far ns to declare that the leader Of t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK' HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1920. 12 Oil Fields of Venezuela and Colombia with MAP Aik for Circular A. I. Geo. A. Huhn & Sons Members New York Stock Exchange Philadelphia Stock Exchange Q-irago Stock Exchange New York Cotton Exchange 111 Broadway New York Investment Suggestions Ask for Out BockJtt GLIDDEN. DAVIDGE & CO. MttnUtt N Y Stok Exchanit 20 BronrJ Street New Yoilc De Beers Cons. Mines, Ltd. Controls about 80 of the world's output of diamonds. Has paid more than 390 in dividends since 1910. Paid 80 last year on the Eng lish shares of 2-10 pat. Is one of the world's strongest com ttnies. Its securities lwayi in large demand arc amorife leading isstiet on toe Paris muf London Stock E chaugeN Cirvalco OK.Lmqvtn Bambergex Bros, Oti btoadwaf Vcu forf t New French 5 Loan Japanese Govt. Bonds German City Bonds German iiousuia Bonds Foreign Currencies and fcx, hanges NEWBUR6ER, ' HENDERSON & LOEB Mcmkrs Neu Yor, Sto Eichantt 100 BROADWAY Foreign Dep...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

THIS SON AND N&V? "XQKK, HiKAU),,. MQNMY, kiuoM&tii Mt Orders executed ARKANSAS GAS; LONE STAR " . DUQUESNE OIL and nil Pittsburgh " Securities piuyav wntn HOLMES, BULKLEY & VVARDROP MEMBERS Ntto Yorlt Slec Exchan$t ' PWilnT(h Slock Exthantt Unira Bank Bids PitUburtli CI Broadway "Bankers Road," so called, In trplcndid. .condition should be come a contender for market leadership UNION PACIFIC a concise analysis and timely discussion- nlso data on 5 LOW PRICED RAILS elected tor possibilities of dolus batter tnarketwls under private ownership. FOREIGN CREDITS A brief .article and summary of n few .companies, that are benefiting from, the rwebbPotneren! Lw. Cuba Catie 8 a gar Lima Loco, Crucible Citoel Boon OU CalU. Paqklni Gen. Asphalt 1a the Current lata MSApKETOPIMOX Cretit pnmuatjor IMJ. H.HMASTERS&CO. Umbn C(uoHia(fd flioei ExcA. w, jr. 69 Wall St. NewYorit UttBBnrQ&lt Ground floor Carib Syndicate The acquisition of addi-5 tional acreage further strength en the...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

THE. SON AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1020. SHIPPING NEWS ! FROM ALL PARTS QF THE WORLD SENATE READY FOR RAIL BILL TO-DAY Spdcdy Tnssngo of Monsuro Tasscd J)y House Saturday Expected by Leaders. IiABOIt HOPES FOR VETO .Only Ono Roll Call Necessary- la Follette, pjioscd, May i Try Filibuster. Hturint to Tns Scm ANT) Nkw Yoiiic HcDAtD, Washington, Feb. 22. Speedy action ! expected In the Senate to-morrow on the report on the railroad bill which paesed the House yesterday. Tim Senate will tako up the measure Immediately after tho cuatomary tribute to Gcorgo Washington, tho reading of the Fare well Address. Unless Senator La Follette (Wis.) undertakes a filibuster against the re port, to which he is opposed. It is be lieved the discussion will be short Only ono roll call Is necessary, according to Senator Cummins (Iowa), chairman of the Senate Interstate Commerce com mittee, and In charge of the legislation, There are enough votes to put It through. Meanwhile tho leaders of...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

r - ' MEXICAN BUSINESS poprcssion Reported iii 3BntIro )3ontlicaBtorn Tatfc ot ' thtf'Ctaiitry, tptdal CorretpondeAc to Thi Sow aW Nw YoriMa'i.tf. VertA CntJg, Feb. 12. The buslnfcss depression which has been felt In the t-ntlre southeastern portion of Mexico for many months is beginning to as sumo the proportions of ft real Crisis. Blnee this city Is tho chief distributee point for the State to the Southeast, commercial conditions thnrtitfhotrt the whole rcslon aro keenly folt here. . Under normal conditions the SUM of Yucatan, whoso resources aro confined practically exclusively to tho production of hencquen fiber, Imports largo quanti ties of merchandise" from Vera Crux, Business has been sorely hampered In that State, however, by tho lacKof mc taillc money, Tho currency Issued by the Comlslon Rcculadora &f Henequcn suffered on enormous depreciation, giv ing rlso to serious condlcts. Business houses and tho working classes In gen eral havo flatly refused to accept any of thes...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

tH nm AND nSv'ORK HERALD; MONDAY, FEBRUARY 23, W n-w,J , M at, WIW lflPT " cm KKAt. nartAT. . I cixxKwiii estate. m MMYtt At AVcTtON t . Wttl W8At AWIte, AUCTION, ItimSS&SSy cmr 9MAX. MMI Abv 6tti Si-ilk A, to Nth MWtT, Abt 6th OtStk At. Wtw if '' H ..... II f i . . . asf LONDON is 1950 yearn old t AVIS is 1560 years old -ROME is 2670 years oft BERLIN is em wears old FJEW YORK is 31 yean old TEW YORK, conipared to other cities, is like a 6oy of 18. Tim characteristics and features of its, mUhhood are now discernible. The Heart of This Great City Is Now Settled for All Time It is the district from 34th to 59th Sts 3rJ to 10th Aves. From this district Transportation lines radiate to all parts of GreatcrNew York and the United States This Is the Hotel, Amusement $ and Shopping Centre IT IS WITHIN THIS DISTRICT that most of the great improvements are being and will be made. IT IS HERE that property, will become the most valuable. For good profits v x for conservative investment, thi...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, .FEBRUARY 23, ItOgp 17 4 i t 1 ncsiNcsa places to x.rr. AImt 14th 8t, lo Blb Bt. (Inclusive). Cut inter to nana mttr. About 50,000 Square FOR RENT la U Victoria Building ItSO Broadway, Cor. 27th St. BSvny to 5th Avo., 27th St. Two and a half Floor POSSESSION MAY 1st, 1920 Apply on premlfct or 3ING & DING 110 Wist 40th Bt, , , Tel. 6410 Brrut. ' ' Or-Ttur Own Broke?,. APARTMENT. S beautiful room. S baths, 574 'Mt End t.. corner 8Slh st: luxuriously furiWiM. with nearly ftto years' less, at 12,000 pr wr: price of furnishings $0,000, or vUl rent furnished. $3,500 per yesr. Ask (or Mr mstiui'. Tipaon msju acnuyicr. inllAfPVK 3 -ooin elevator apartment on i:,sib. one biorkvl57th subway: o months or IftBIfr! S1QO 1'er mumu. ouuuunn ''imi. BROADWAY toil T2d it., slio Broadway and with at Oat snd two room furnished spsrt menu la sew elerstor buildings: strictly up to ci t f ; niw.non imincuiaicir. ncunjier joib, 'CENTRAL PARK WEST (1 Went 104th). Il...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 23 February 1920

7H i i .4' .if r U i: jr 1 10 I m-rrT-t'' nrWr A Tt-i Xtrtttr WaT aTHMDATra TWAKmAV Wt?DnTT A TJ V OO i, lllli pUJN JXviU iNJaVy xvviv xiEuvnxuv, .iu.wm.lyvj., a-xjuivuxxivx u, PERSONALS. . . . . i ti 9 tr.ltlnar viJUiBl jiava you """""",',itiiiip " I "nawr my lanara. 'QU'-li3 ' TII0MHON. ALLEN It.. t'LEAHK I'liu.f gcnuvi.Kit wo, LOST AND FOUND. HAHOIAN loat "wallet conulnlnr It check ami number of paprai ty ward. A. n AM LEV IJJt Van pureu Bronx, Tele-phone Vejcji LOST Drod Hold I'lealMe bracelet, claap .. at two rublea. on diamond. Owna Cen ta) 8lallon, Hundny, : A. M . In P' Awy leading to laileab eU?er: r0' ward Mlta Tilbury Criterion Theatre. TELL FUNDS' S0DRCE Safe Deposit Uoxes SIic Rented Will no Opened in Bond Loot Search. r - V Brooklyn's Runaway. LUST-Larta platinum, diuniond umiiiir Monday Wonilnr S A. M. ui . taxt ; rtnr. Monday Wonilnr S A. M. In taxi or in 'IrlnllT of 1 4.1lb or 11Mb it. anl liniaawaj. Utxral rtward. I'.I.U'KM. 6t: Weit lUtn 'tel. Mornlinalile-4110. L...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

R Km r . WEATHER FORECAST. A HAPPY 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. . Rain to-day; to-morrow fair and slightly colder; south to northwest winds, Highest temperature yesterday, 36; lowest; ag. Detallid weather report will b found on the editorial page. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 177 DAILY. PRICE TWO CENTS IN NEW YOniC CITV AND SUBURBS. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1920.- .Copyright 193), bf lha BuBtrali Corporation. Entered m aecond elan matter. Pott Office, New fork, N. THREE CENTS ON TRAINS AND ELSEWHERE. T. BATTLE OF DRYS AND WETS NEAR IN MIKE REVOLT Armed Force of U.S. Agents Off to Seize Defiant Michigan .Prosecutor. WILL SHOOT, WARNING Apprehension of Sheriffs, Police and Citizens Also Is Determined. Society Women Rebuked by Cardinal Mercier BRUSSELS, Feb. 23: Cardinal Mercier in his Lenten pas toral letter blames so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

2 4f tv tlt-j-v vimtr irnnri- nmr itti rniTnnn A tr mrmntr Tiif r i h aoa TUtt OUJN JiiNU J2jW IUIUV. UEtHJAXtU, i.UEtBV&.l, i'JIBftUAttI ijl, AUU. DUBLIN I DARKNESS WISH TAX ON WAR , MUNICIPALITY KICKS. PROFIT HITS CREDIT rewritten and now ppwr In Jirtnca report a 'Suction t A. Uw act t regulata commerce. Inasmuch aa section has been th rub) oj the tfrceseat rniareprwntadona on toe Pn ttteoma critics and the mot mxrlou rrJmderstanln on the trt of many Unccre neonle. I deem it my (Mr auD ndewTwjud'it amont the city Corporation HcfusQS to Ion! lovcrhulmo Denounces people it has been lennea a Income, tou u noi iruo u 7 , amo - - . I t A tr. .. . i iiuu f Tom unions. Ike bill or the tawara reiuw. tnimt deficits, eontlnutnff for NX moathfl alter the railway Let Employees Ask Pcr- Prdpo8hl ns Penalizing Worthy Citizens, bT'LSrMSf Ui2SJS!w;XEW 3IAY0R INSTALLED BUT MAJORITY FAVOR IT haa riot excited any commmd uu- Iclsra. Sectian e. no ISA. however, la not a Guaranty and does not appro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

TfcE SU'AND JV YORK HERALD; TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1920. . . 1 BRITISH HESITATE TO CARVE TURKEY Musf. Not. DrlvcPcoplo to Dos pnir, "Winston Churchill Tells Commons. ADMITS PLANS UNCERTAIN rceil Says Turks Must Lcuvo Constantinople and Churches Cry 'Amen.' l)NDO.v, Feb. 13. In tlie course of tha Sfhate In Commons to-lav on tha army rpproprlatlons Winston Churchill, Etc retary of State for War, said: "Conpldcrliid our military burdens drouKliout the Middle East.. Constanti nople Iteypt, Persia and Mesopotamia, io relief ran be expected until a real K.i" Is sude with Turkey. Wo have loft ground ttMidily during the whple of Lift year, and I trust that, having dig j.erted our armies, we shall not now Like steps which would Orlve the Turk-I-', people to despair, or undertake any i obligations, because our resources urti not equal to their discharge, j "Wo do not know when peace with Turkey will be made or what degree of .-,iuic:once It will demand Snow Fells Jerusalem Olive, Omen to Turks JER...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

THfi SON 'AND NSW YORK 4 44 HERALD, TUESDAY, FBBRUABY U 10 'H , ' ' . ' ' 'Mi,...l , . " - Hi Mi I is a WASHINGTON SAW ALLIANCE DANGER Js.J?drovell Address Applies to JvUftcr War TroWfems To-day, Says Senator Thomas. had yisIon op rnornET 'VAmokw AlKft Sarrender to .i. V -r Sinister Influences Within Own Country. f Ms rfc Charicterltlnjr Washington's Farewell ririru aa the "greatest gtalelpaptr In irv.ll.t. Ihnimnlr- if not III the world." Charles S. Th6ma. senior United Can(A f mm Cnlomdo. at a pWlCa BCtmnJt ...... WashlnrtonV Blrthdar patriotic Pe tins under the auspices of the Sons of itfw Involution at Carnegie nan yesicr jiay, drew lessons from the document for the guidance of the present day th fiim and domestic policies of the nation. lie fleclarca mat vauiKiu" ' Uon to keep clear of entangling foreign iliilancas and his warning against ape- tal DTlVllegO m our tiomrou I V. . (ttn fit were never more upiihuiuuj 5. "In his. farewell nddress. Washington 'Vas gifted with the. vi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1920. 4 P POMCEPMISEMS ji UEDTEMMT8 DINE jaor. Smith, Ilshop Bnrch and ; Others laud Forco Highly ' fttWaWorf Banquet. t ,T HYLAN ALSO JIEABJ) FKOM Enrlglit, Assorts Ho ,Has Kopt Tromlso to Banish All Corrupt Influences. Praise for New york'g police force anil for Its chief, Commissioner Rich nrU Enright, was spread liberally over iho annual dinner of tho Jleutonants' llenevolent Association ftt tho Waldorf Astoria, last ntphk Moro than 1800 men, Including nearly all tho uniformed of ftcwn of the department from the grade ct lieutenant tip, and one woman, Mrs. r;ilen O'draay, tho Pitta Deputy Com missioner, were in the party. Many other women" were present, but thoy looked on from balcony boxes, while Mr. O'Orady had a place of honor at one of tha round tablet) on the main floor of the grand ballroom. It was uncli a bljr dinner In point of numbers that It spilled over a large part of the tocond floor of tho hotel. Gov. Smith, Bishop ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 24 February 1920

f AND ' rnrr TtWOATXl ij aij ., --r u li m h.iu I I in n ri rjihjuwi FOUND CO 183M81S. "new tobk, Tuesday, FgnTa. THE SUN.HEBALJ1 COnPOIlATION. Publish.. 3M Broadway, rank A. Muns.y. President. I jsrvln Wariman, Vloa.prslfli; bswart. Vice-president and Traaaurerj iu nkv8stand riucr-s. Daily, twa rents copy In j" ! Ity and ehburba ana WW "1. ... ,neraSttaay fl cental elsewhere, ttn MAiii subscription Hull, Postpaid, UontM. Moattj. Jlffl?asaiSlhiM-S Tor I1 point! west of the Mlartwipii llyer add $1 a year for dally or dally mo lundey edlilone. KOHEIQN RATES. ,1UILY A SUNDAT.. 124.00 IZ40 l.M AII.Y only.. 18.00 MS SB u"r t:Y1.. to be Lade payabl. to Tha Ban-Herald. Ail cntcas. ro?""' ."'".'.i.M Knraaeui Edition. rubllihd Ira Parle every day 'MkViid price In Parle SJ centime., dally ana PAiTiH orncE. avesob db foVma'tlon concerning drrtl!n r-te. ifor tbe European Edition may ne oo"' 6rim tbt main No Tor offlct. -riie Aasoelated Preea la exelMlvelr en- ;'!''? ! !? JS!fw.l5M not ajfterwls...

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