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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

11 Senators Acquire Infielder From Yanks-- ohnson and Heydler, Here, Still Fail to Agree on Commission Head W SMITH'S STAY IWrnTITWUllTT DUCT Bill Lamar, Red Sox Outfielder, on Hunting Trip. j Powder on Dog's Coat I WITH YANKS SHORT IN STAKE AT HAVANA Causes Public Rebuke THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1920. I i. Third Hnsomnn Ilcccntly Ac quired Is Itolcnscd to "Wash ington Club. HOME SIGNS CONTRACT Wicklnnd nnd Ilnlns Go American Association Other Baseball News. to Tho stranco case of Mr. Smith yes terday was ndded to tho unsolved mjs teriea of tho oft season In major leaguo batball. About ft fortnight ago tho Boston club of tho National Lenguo asked for waivers on J. Carlylo Smith 1.8 whom they call "lied" and tho Van kM promptly gathered thn third bnse man Into their ranks, "Red" was to t p'ty tlio bag left vacant by the retlre mnt of Krank Baker, wo were told, Well. Smith Is to do no such thing, for tho simple reason that ho no longer Is ft Yankee. Miller ...

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. — 25 February 1920

SNS V, S . 12 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1920. R' 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 Man., Conn, and Vermont. Company pays 2r0 normal Federal income tax. Tax exempt in Pennsylvania. Price to yield about 6.75 Circvhr on requnt for AD-2U, TheNationalCity Company Miln CS(t;NtiMlCit; Bat Bldi l'rlinO(Ec:FJlhAw.4 tUiS'.. CorrrspoDdeat OOces In oia 50 Cities Strength of Railroad Stocks Is Offset by Fresh Selling of Industrials. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES Tuesday, February 24, 1920. 1920. Day's tales 1,213,550 Year to date 37,'4,26 1919. 665,370 21,119,913 1911. 486,469 23,418,244 GOSSIP OF WAIL STREET. BONDS IN NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE J 3I0T0R ISSUES ARB "WEAK Money Market Generally Easy, but Rises to 7 Per Cent at Close. COUPONS Payable at Our Office April 1, 11H0 BRUSH ELECTRIC CO. at vjzs KXOXYILLE GAS CO. litVi, 1033 SOUTHERN O...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1920. 13 Greeley Sq. Hotel Co. (Bold McAJpin) Union Amer. Cigar Pfd Nat'l Casket, Stk.&Rts. Beau Site, Com. (Bold Biltmon) American Caramel International Silver Amer. Real Estate 6s AtlasPort.Cemcnt,Stk.&Bda Carib Trading Co. 1 6 COMPANY jghiestmenb Securitial 50PINEST. Ground Floor) N. Y. Ttl John 851 De Beers Cons. Mines, Ltd. DIAMONDS The price of dia monds today is dou ble that of a year ago. Tendency is to-' ward steadily in creased prices. De Beers Consoli dated Mines, Ltd., controls about 80 of the entire world's output of diamonds. Its low capitalization and large earnings are reflected in divi dend disbursements that have averaged 39 a year for the past ten years, and in 1919 made possi ble a dividend of 80 on English shares of 2-10 par. Circular on rtqaett Bamberger Bros. Mmttrt Nrm York Slack Ezcbtnct 68 Broadway, New York New French 5 Loan Japanese Govt Bonds Payable in Dollars in N. Y. 4s Due1931,toYieldlO 48D...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

tI 14 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1920. Carib Syndicate The acquUition of addi tional acreage further strengthens the position of Carib at the premier oil company of South Amer ica. Outline of the com pany' activities given in current issue of our Financial Forecast whV-h also 4rrata: Armour Leather Tobacco Prod. Exp. Simnw Petroleum Producer & Ref. Fml Mpm rtmtt MK for ,Vo. K7 MSWOLFECO. ESTAPUZHCD ISCC 41 BROAD ST. NEWYOIZK- Phmr Brtud 23 COTTON MARKET TREND IRREGULAR MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS jriieh Selling Pressure Ts Tut on General List at. Times During: Session. Special Letter this week on WHITE OIL Recent Special Letter on rrf.i nil In. Profit sharln: IlrjdenCbrmlcal Casdcn A Co. V. B. Steamship No. Am. r. & e. Submarine Baal Copie upon requsit maw ESTABLISHES IOCS Members N Y- Curl Market Assn. B5 BROAD ST. NEW YOR.s Telephone Broad 7171. LIBERTY BONDS A.I deno-nlna'iont Jghi for cib. Baxed n i tar rioting r pay I74M fnr UO Hi' Bond, M Coupon M.5...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

hksq Il ' ' , ' ' " ' u" i i THE SUN AND NJSW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1920. 15 r GIVES CLEAR LIGHT ON JAPAN'S AIMS if. (Viscount Kancko Says Activi ties of Country Need Caustf Xo Alarm Here. SEEKS ONLY FRIENDSHIP Compares Troubles in Corca With Thoso of the Philip pines and Americans. nj- ci.aiikxcc u. doswoiitii. Tokio, Fob. 17 (delayed). In An In tirvlow with Tub 8u.v amj New York jiiiiald fo-day Viscount Kentaro Kan (ko expressed the deep rogrct ot his jxoplo and himself that so many or Jupnn's activities are viewed with (flrni by tho American people, and lie , iVpIorcd tho actlvltlei of those aglta tera and publicists who havo done so much to creat distrust and estrange ment. Viscount Kancko probably Knows America and Americans as well as any one In Japan. During Roosevelt's ad ministration, particularly during the itusjo-Japancso War when he rcpre- i trnlwi Japan In America unofficially, ),o was In constunt communication with (Ik President nnd a very slncero and lu...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF NOTICE TO THE SUN AND THE NEW YORK HERALD'S Ship News Office is adjacent to the Bargo Office at the Bat 1 tery. Telephone 1572-Broad. CLOSING i i Transatlantic Mails. WEDNESDAY. mi. . tfirrat llrttala. IrrU&d. IW.ora, l.uijrilrf. Jfetrerlindi. Norwey. fwedea, ByVJi" )' J. II Holland. llMnn. uineltili. ..-.---- iitit lilanis; also rul P"l ."' a-lnm, Leiemherg and Beli Cooju, ,,r Up" .(ilhraltar (Greece ): j'm rrrel lwt. "I1,' Uf Gibraltar end Greece, ir eVhofcetre, 10 AM. TIIL'IiHOAT, FEB. SI. jrpaln and I'ooogal IV. sis Prl PH,B,?,1,' fif Hpiln, Canary Iilsndi sd Cents MIIU and Tangier In Jloruceo, wtal and Madeira, tf astllla. 8 AM. .. , . - . Frinee. i!gtora, Itouoi-oia, Itolfirit. Lot. emburg, Creeno-IiloTesla. "uro-KIaTla. Trestliw. Trieste. Crrau-.lnlrti. Mind, hwltierlind, July. ?psln. Cirt-t. I'orturat. Totter Egypt, Dritlih India, Billlib Rail Afrlrs. "l. " Irrsltar. Ceylon and finlu "etlleraenti. str Lafayette. : AH Imp S SO A! Italy (t),...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

7, I THJ3 SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY , 1920. 17 REALTY IS ACTIVE IN SPITE OF HOLIDAY pcwniul Evonljr Dlotifibutod Jfauy leases nnd Renewals Arc Reported. Notwithstanding tho fact, that tho week opened with a, holiday lanro pumbcr of properties wcro roporlcd polil, Tiio ilcmnml waa evenly distributed, practically eVery section bolntf rcprcscn tod In llu' budBct of sales, Ttro was a fair number of leases reported, several ef which were renewals., The activity In the suburbs was somewhat retarded on account of tho Inclement weather, though brokers report an unusual number of In quiries over Washington's Dlrthday. Deiil lii Turk Arenue. j, C. & M. G. Mayer purchased from the Charlton School through William A. Vhlto fi Sons tho nlno story fireproof liulUllne, 40x80, nt 646 Park avonue, In the went sido of tho avenuo, between gmy-slxth nnd Blxty-scvcnth streets. It was erected about ten years ago for the Charlton School, but It Is now used by tho Lincoln School: Nego...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

V 1 gm; s t 13 ci tila u. ! Ca.t Blrer. Alii v RENT PAYERS! Hcnts arc lound to go still higher. If you have a lease, you can safely figure on a substantial raise when its renewal us due. Why not forestall this increase by buying your home or busincss quarters now and save money by doing it? Pease & Elliman have many fine residences and business buildings to offer. A number of them can lc purchased very reasonably, while quite a few can be bought for -very little cash because of existing mortgages. What safer investment can you make for yourself what better insurance can you -provide for your family or your business than the purchase of New Vork City real estate? Get in touch with' the nearest Pease & Elliman office, let them know your retiirements and they ill quickly how you how easy and in expensive it is to own youi own home or permanent business quarters. Several co-operative apartment and business syndicates are being formed. Pease &EHiman Town Dwellings and Country...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

1 '. '-. TH15 SUN 'AND NEW YORK 1 HERALD, WEDNESDAY) FEBRUARY ,25, 1920. 19 I. way cifiiTjAOB Ml at 27B 4tn V.. near Xlltjt.,. P11"' C'viol4fJ6 0V BAMS. On. certified genuln StradlYarluil two t,rtide "s"nulnt audnlnlf. Phone Broad "iroitxiTonR ,,,,,,.,,, r r - r, fcjJSR?S-5taroonj and dining ryora et! Skirt Mir. !! 8t"' 74 Bunton t., "' . r will sacrifice exquisite -anogany tire, hand painted .hade, floor and table lamps, rugs, solnr abroad. PIUIV . ....' J-u-.-. x. rtitfHtti nrftmDi ou iuiwo ....... . - iKtcrBi" . PATENT ATTORNEYS; Over TO years' practice: ill coBimnnlctlo iriptlT confidential: handbook on patent fre In n,Mutl n;ll rncllltta for office cousuita- .tan ii, JIUXN & CO,, patent Attorneys, ooa TiY.lortrt Cook, Ac. AA,r vr. .-n usirtt-nwiiri VAJlllV ui,H,M,mM,n,v, rva Ispanrso women want positions In urns pycl; ucafc it v,i. - una . ffiiiKEnrllsb wotunn would llko cooklou j B VC- ui uiuu.u, - " rr':. .-.i.. fir.i.i mum Ins s,m.llrald. tlfrald Muare. fxioK nd iiandrei...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 25 February 1920

2f 4 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2o 1920. . . - PERSONALS- ttTOtillTinX rsatt 'e72f of xraar Use BteM un Uw - - v ilm tb fair i-,. txiuz rixiarr. it jng& -. 1m l m ur1A amat. t LOST AND FOUND. ACTOUOBILH 0tX K Ml tlj-r Bks Kae B Tf lui raar rtrU tvw pl krk rt?aarl CaSax tmJr aaUr, ft tt BrvJr f'S fry 11. tWal rrrt. OmimwuHmM wit r. B. HOrpTTOOD Jl J re?!. 4 MiKt rag. Teiajftna W1I tt"Ttt. , nDVTHWrmWDlTTQ I RECTOR'S TOLOSE Cabarets Goinjr Along With Booze, While Candy Refrns j In Place of Hani Staff. ! Iew-AH.l DANCE BECOMES MAXlAj rot-- r.-. ifJT &M4 tuti; ax 11 Kt smi"! tortHVyik i: Mtert fff o tttrun ' 90 Chinew Disagree. on Divid ing 81,000 Daily Profits and Court Gets Pekin. Glue Sundae New Public Health Peril HPHE Board of Health haa dis covered a new menace to the public stomach. It is the glae sandae. 0!e Saltfce, milk expert of the department, cas found "ice crean" sold fn sodas and aandaes ro fall of gelatines that it win not melt in the ran. D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

-ih 'i'V,.' 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. V to, Fair and continued cold to-day and to- i morrow; moderate nonnwest winois, Highest temperature yeoterday, 34; lowest, 34. Detailed weather reports will be found on the editorial pat. AND THE NEW YORK VOL. LXXXVn. N6. 179 DAILY. 4 NEW YORK, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920.-aMSS1tH('Vlii HERALD WOMEN UPSET MURPHY'S BIG STEAMROLLER jli.ss Klisabctli Marbmy Jleaten by Fair Demo crats' Convention. SLATED FOR BIG POUR Rjlrs. Colbert Noses Out JJOSSS 11I,U11HJ ill QUJi- gestion Meeting. COXVKNTION IS ON TO-DAY Eosoluiion Urging Defeat of Senator "Wndsworth for Suf fniffo Stand Is Offered. to Tiir Sen and New York Herald. Alb'nt, Feb. 25. The steam roller which Charles p. Murphy of Tammany Hall t-tnt to Albany to attend and have charge, of the convention of Democratic women held hero to-day...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

S vs. THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920. 2 Ji ii It ' COLBY'S Secretary of Hlat onil wum MrnMH J tt.u ronrvinalhllltv fnr hln action. "I opposed' Jfr. Colby aa a member of Ct.tMo (jnirpms'JWora, nam h-u-ui - worth, "because I thought the man who . was put In (hat lmc ehould have asmo la the aODolntmont of a member of the Pnaldent'i Cabinet anJ I do not thlor that I ihould Interfere." finnator i!dr uld: ''My reaaon for oDDoslns Mr. Colby for the Shipping Hoard was tho same a tlwt of Senator " "VVadaworth. In tho present Inatanco It deems to mo that we Bhould bo very careful to get the very best man wo can for Secretary of State. ThU U I'Wf dally true In times like, these. I believe . the SonaU will undoubtedly Inqulro very carefully Into Mr. Colby's qualification before confirming hl nomination." Benator .Lodge .(Mass.), chairman of the Foreign Rolallonu commuted, mnue no publlo comment on tbe nomination 1 but Intimated that the committee would not act hastily ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

'AUSTRIA KEY TOi SOVIET PEACE , s Franco-Will Act "With AlUcs if Russia's Supply ipf Food Is Avnilnblc. TO BliOOK GERMAN UNION VicMinn Otherwise Will Bo Forced to Look to Berlin for Sclf-Prcsorvation. tpcjiil ''a'' Dttpateh to Tns Son xd Kiw YonK Herald. CopgrtgM, 1M0, by The 8dm JJitir Vouk HuniLn. Paris, Feb. 25. French agreement to jifnce with tho Russian Soviet con be obtained by the Allies If they will agree to guarantee Dint a sufficient amount of Itusnia's vast food resorces will be used to save Auiltrla from Immediate starva tion and ultlmnte consolidation with der nnny. is the opinion of a qualified Frencli diplomatist. Ho has been closely ob serving negotiations In London, and ex pressed tho opinion Hint recognition of tlic Soviet Government might be ac corded by tho Allies with France's con sent. This course, It Is held In high circles here now Is more Imperative than It ecr was, If Austria Is to be saved from famine, as without Russian grain Aus tria's economic situation...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

44- WHISKEY REVOLT RUNS ITSELF DRY Dramatic Iuvaslon With Its Promised Thrills Turns Into Hugo Comedy. AND 3IOVIE8 GET IT ALL (Mela! of Michigan Town Dircs Prohibition Chief, Who Withdraws Ills Forces. B a tt3 CrrtHiint el im c i Hair totx Ilmin, Iltox ItlvM, Mich.. Feb. 15. A splotch of purple In th enOw, ihowlrtf where tilrte barrels of homemade wine eeUed from the basement of a church parish houee were amaahed to-day by lumber lacks' axes swung by revenue agents from Chicago, remains an evidence of tho Created comedy ever staged In Northern Michigan. Ilctilghl Major A. V. Dalrymple, Fed eral prohibition commlealoher for the central Stales, who led thirty-five armed nten Itilo Iron Itlver last nlfiht with the Avowed purpose of arresting the County rwecutor, Martin McDonough. and ending the "whiskey rebellion In the land of a thousand stills," was on his way back to Chicago with his army on the fattest train available. When the doughty Major arose this morning to as sert the suprem...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, , THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920, 7 YACHTS BURNED; OUP RACERS SAVED Flnnios in City Island Yard Stopped Twenty Feet From Shamrock IV. VAXITIB ALSO MKXACB1) liirtintf Gasolene Tanks Peril Firemen Vincent Astor Heavy Loser. Firemen and volunteers fighting des perately limit! bursting gasolene tnnks noppod a disastrous flro In the, ship jarcl of Hobert Jacob on City lelnnd within twenty feet of tlio Shamrock IV.. Fir Thomas Upton's challenger for tho America's Cup. The Vimltle, un American yncht which tiwv be selected to defend the cup, waa nlso threatened, but waH further from the zona of fire thnn tha Irish chal lenger. Seven yachtH of great value were destroyed In tho bluze, and had rot tho yard, sheds and boats been more or lew protected by n blanket of enow greater damago would undoubtedly havo resulted. As It was, the showers ot H,nlnK gasolene were a continual menacu io both tho flro fighters and yachts out ilde tlio zone of tho flamcH, The following ya...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

tt i i vrnmu in in i mro I iMvwwr waiuid "OF INFLATION CRASH gees Pnngcr Ahead Unless . Brakes Go OnUrges Thrift by All. ' ADMINISTRATION SCORED ; tack of leadership and Con ,'Vgrcss's Politics Deplored, Jleforc Economic Club. .firm .i. nucniy ivtnn.'v t don't of the Naflonal City Hank, shipped tlio. attention of tlte Economic Clur nt the JIotl Aalor laat night with h! down Js"ht addrew on Uio. Ills of tho world iWJ how to cure tliem, and on the peclal ttfplc of tho breakdown "of foreign ex i&j&ige and how to rebuild It. Mr. Vanderllp ivQUld have. Concreis iproprlata 1150.000,000 forthwith to re HeWs the actual starvation of Central liuropc. lie would huve Instituted herd wrfilntelllient Hyatem of credit, obtained from our Investor, rationed with a Broad view tit Kuropean need and (se cured ' underlying obllcatlona. lie wunselH earnmt effort to preeent to tin; World a holvent banklnc position, warn ing that Inflation must bo reduced that rouney may regain It normal buying po...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

BDTLER FLAYS HIGH I GOYERMMBKT COST Jlust Bo Reduced Boforo High Living Cost Can Fall ' Appreciably. JS NEXT RESIDENT'S JOB Speaker Says Hosts of Demo , crats Will Enlist Under 1 Republican Banner. - facial to Tm Son akd Kaw Toik Hoild. New Britain, Conn., Feb. 25.A de crease in governmental expenditures, a rplrlt of thrift on the part fcf wage earners and others and increased pro duction In factories and on farms was ui-Kcd as the best means of lowering the t osl of llvlns by Dr. Nicholas Murray Jiutler, president of Columbia University, In tin address before the Republican Club hero to-day. "In a litres sense the contest of 19!0 Is rot strictly partisan," said Dr. Butler. "We know there are In xhe JJenlocratlo party thousands nnd tens of thousands of high minded and Intensely patriotic men who arc dismayed at the results ii ml the action and the Inaction of the present Administration. This feeling Is particularly strong among1 business men in every State ,and among somo of the nio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

8 THE SUN AND NEW YOUK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2( 1920. 11 if I i 1 ' ting a signal to Mars. The question gljTXlh Is trumpery because of tbe teeming impossiouuy 01 provmz mar. a THE NEW YORK HERALD M w" received, or, having been re- jfctD FOUNDED 1M3-1MJ. eelred, was understood. NEW YORK. THURSDAY. FEB. itt. Selling to Is to Buy From Ui. Again, our official foreign trade fig- . . nU TlltW.v-iiBnxuj conppK"". Pabushara, sw ur. . .. . I I nl. Errin wrdran. vicprMWent: wro. t. urcgt wlCli Ibe January reports, show TUmrt Vlrr.DKimtnl OQ " I. .. ....... ' ir TiibtriostoD, nriry. now tne industrial aaa commercial world can work out the exenange problem. This country, r.s we have VP.H'KKTAVD VKICES. .. .. . .- - in vr York ilir ud sutmrt and Ihn been forecasting, becomes more and ?.?' uamiay. .lore ,he wnnff maret of pjpon,,, mail BCDScntrnoN bates. nations. Our Imports, which averaged East Of HIMIMIPPI 1 Itlveri Six n lull. Postpaid. Tear. .."; DAILY a SUNDAY.. Ill DAILY only.... M'Nua...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

THE ' SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920. . Marines1 Colors Here in Campaign for Navy Club i Brought From Washington Under Escort and Shown nt Mrs. C. 1). Alexander's. The colors of the Sixth United States Marines, decorated thrco times by the Trench Government with the Croix de tiuerro becauso of that regiment's he role work In major engagements at Ilellenu Woods, SolBsons and tlio Cham jngne, entered dramatically yesterday Into New York's campaign to endow the Navy Club, ut 13 and 16 East Kofty lirnt Htrcel, for enlisted men of tho navy nd tho marines, I Upon orders from Major-Gen. George Ilurnt'tt, I). S. A., commanding tho Ma rine Corps, the colors wero ordered from headquarters In Wasnlngton under escort of Lteut-uoi. Frank is. Evans, l.'. a, M. C, and a color guard to par' tlcipate In a mooting yesterday after noon in tne nomo or Air. ana Mrs. Charles B. Alexander, 4 West Fifty eighth street, In the Interest, of the Navy Club. Another reason that promoted Maj...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

1 United States Golf Association Selects Championship Dates and Increases Open Tournament Prize Money :"V IS U.S.G. A. ANNOUNCES ITS TOORNEY DATES Open to I5c in August Amateur iu September ami Women's in October. PK0S' GET MORE 5IOXEY Xationl Golf Body Also Dc , fides to Give Two Extra Prizes in Championship. nr KEnn x. rirrniE. Alter taking one day to Un,c 11 ver and to roake certain that their : tiens would be rtlsfacto'7 aH oos ctfttd the United States Go" Association, through Wynant D. Variderpoo!. the rttary. has announced lb decisions trtb4 at the executive committee, held la Newark on Tuedoy, In regard to the ' selection of dates for the hr b' Mie tournament falling within ll Jurisdiction. The dats chcen are Au ciut 19, II. IS od I U harapionship. Peftrmber to 11 f" t!i imiicur and October 4 to for th v omen's. .Vow thU thue events have been pitd upon the calendar the minw as Krftitlon and clubs can prtveed with tVlr tchdoIe. nu klnj without any danger of running afoul of h ...

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