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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSPAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920. JohnnieJGlbane Retains Featherweight Championship hy Outpointing Benny Valger Before Big Crowd in Newark KILBANE OUTPOINTS VALGER IN MEWARK Vctcrnn Cliitmpion Earns Hon ors in Fust Effjiit Hound Bout. BELMONT'S TRACERY BRINGS $179,670 ' Low Exclinngo JWo Kcoiig TncQ From ItenclUnp "World's Record.. BAN JOHNSON TO BE BACK SHORTLY Champion Sabine Fernlike DEMPSEY INDICTED BY U. S. JURYMEN Going to South America for $179,670. " a Best Dog in Boston Show T. R. Varick's Smooth Haired Fox Terrier Takes Kg nnd Hoyillor Will Talto Up Ohuirinnii Question Agnin Within a Week. Two Hills Voted Charging Boxer With Attempt to Evado -Draft. Highest; Honors in Eastern Club's Most Successful Exhibition Held in Eight Years. CJIOWT) AT IftNOSlDH v, Aspiniiit for Title Loses .For fpit for Not' Making Proper Weight. ciiaui.ms v. aiA'ryicoN. Johnny Kllbnno did not low hla title at the SN'cwnrk Bportmncn'n Club last pljht for tlio teuton that Denny...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

"t 1 THE ... ' THURSDAY, FEBRUARY- 26, 1920. KIDDER.PEABODY&CO. "B1 SSSk Investment Securities Foreign Exchange Letters of Credit CorraptetieJ Baring Brothers & Co., Ltd, LONDON Maury Rogers & Auchincloss Stocks Bonds Cotton Grain .Members N. Y. Stock Exchange N. Y. Cotton Exchange Chicago Board.of Trade 25 Broad St. Jelke Hood & Bou.es IONDS NOTES STOCKS Suitable for Inveitment MEMBERS HY STOCK EXCHAN9C AQWALi-GL NEWYCftft Empire Gas and Fuel Company 6 Convertible Gold Notes of 1924 8.50 Yield At Present Quotations Well Secured Large Earning; Power Attractive Conversion Privilege Send for Circular "X-31" Henry L. Doherty & Company Bond Department 60 Wall Street, New York FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Sto?k Market Prices Continue to Sink Without Show of Rallying Power. . DECLINE LED BY STEEL Losses Are Severe, hut, Drop Proceeds in Orderly Way at All Times. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES. , Wednesday, February 25, 1920. Day's sales . 1.2J4.349 Tear to date 33,903,61...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

1 t THE THURSDAY, FEBRUAKY 26, 1920. I it 1 its PP1 III ts-.s New French 5 Lean JerfMCS? GtvL iMds PayjWe w Dellars in N. Y. 4s Dne1S31,loY!eldlO 4XtDMe1!25)(iYieM11K Detailed Circular NS on rtqutsl. German City Bonis German Industrial Bonds Fereign Currencies and Exchanges newburger; henderson & loeb Manias Hal York Slack Extkentt 100 BROADWAY Foreign Dept. Tel. Rector 7060 Internal Loans of Great Britain and of The French Republic may now be bought under most favorable circum stances by the investor in this country due to the situation in foreign ex change. StnJfor teller S-2. tMnt tiptcnoUons and imaint poulHllllts cf profit. Colgate, Parker & Co. 49 Wall Street New York Increase Your Income We have available for Investment a $1,000 First Mortgage 5 Gold Bond selling for about $860, be ing the first obligation of an es sential industry in Syracuse. Secured by first mortgage on the entire property, standing ahead of approximately 512,000,000 jun ior liens. In normal times ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

i,lV . THURSDAY, FEBRUARY' 26, 19&0. THE i 'BRITISH MADE' IS , ENGLISH SLOGAN rhrnso Being' Stamped on Most Goods Produced in United Kingdom. HOPES TO AID EXCHANGE Desire' to Mnko Country Sclf Contnincd'and Solf-Sun-liorting Is Strong. fptaal Correspondence to Tat Sux ;kd New York llxiui.u. Is'n.os, Feb. 10. Sidelights on dim culties of selling American goods abroad traufo of tho htuvy premium on tho dollar nro beginning- to appear In curious vays Of courso, every time the dollar tdvinccs It Is necessary to add to the price of American goods. In a case beforo the London Profiteer Ins Committee tho other day the Yale A Towno Company was accused of sub mitting a price of 3D shillings for a door Jock, ami when tho goods wero delivered & charge of 43 shillings was made. , i. i . .U. tl.nnnht (hot tt 1110 UU) Cr VI mo iwin hiumhii. "" vas a case of profiteering, but It was twilight out that between the time that ii, nrion whs submitted and tho lock bought exchange had altered and...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

THE '.VVV W THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920. 1,6 4 SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF SLIGHT ADVANCE IN RESERVE RATES " local and Philadelphia Hanks Make Minor Kcvisions in . Some Classes. Tlio Federal IteVcrve banlcs of New Tork and Plilla-iclphla announced yes terday a minor modification upward of their ratcn, but the change was. small In comparison with rumors that flew ywter day from one corner of Wall fftrect to another. The change was an Increase from 4 per cent to 5 per cent. In the rato of discount on advances not ex ceeding fifteen days, secured by United States Treasury certificates of Indebted ties and on rediscounts of customers notes so secured not exceeding ninety days. All other rates were left un changed. Humors, which proved to be unsub stantiated by fact, ranged from an ad vance from C per cent, to G'-i per cent, or 7 per cent. In advances and redis counts Mcured by commercial paper to m advance from 5-j per cent, to u lr cent or C per cent In advances ami rediscount secu...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

ir THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920. 4 TRAINING SHELVED TILL PEOPLE VOTE House Military Committee De cides, 11 to 5, to Await Re sult of Elcctious. A1UIV ItILL IS ItEi'QItTKD Provides for Forco of 299,000 Enlisted Men nmll7,700 Offl-ii'is-Ouard Bcncllts. Washington, Feb. 23. Mcctlnc tllQ ttmm of Hcpubllcaif leadora, tlio House Military Commtttco by a bl-partl- 8Mn voto refused to-day to include uni , TSil military training In the. army re- Orrnlatlon bill which ylll bo reported orally to-morrow by Representative Kihn i"al.. chairman of the commit tee. Sharp opposition to the rec-reanl-ntlon programme Is assured when tho Ul reaches the House floor, and It may attacked earlier by a minority re Curt. In rcjectlnc Immediate consldera- Wfcon cf tho tralnlns plan tho commute toted th.it It should becomfe tho sub ject of separato legislation to bo framed ly a "friendly" subcommittee jof seven Aimed by Mr. Kahn. with an agree ment of the leaders that, Its considera t...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

- 'V-f THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1920., u 18 4 m CITV RKAI. ESTATE. Trim Battery to lllli 61.. I'icluslre. this building at a price which would net them 15 on their invest ment and in addition GIVE THEM THEIR OWN QUARTERS ABSOLUTELY "FREE OF RENT and thus secure A Dignified Home with Individuality Investigation of this unique opportunity should be made at once through your own' broker or by application to Broadway John St Corporation 206 Broadway Tel. Cort. 5005 INsTltl ("NOV (Ol.l.ELKS. SCHOOLS. Hurley Horpilal Training School anrcdlied "T Slalo IfcikM llcglstrutlon of uim. offui I Hi'"' yea.- course of Iramln; 'i im-dlral. jtgl-4l. fir. :rka: t.nd contagions IP. - II Sil,ll catalogues and IdlUkl Ut UU iMmllrailon to Hie Snp nn'einleut f Hospital ai1'l'falnhig'h.K.L M 1 1 ' H l A V Hint. ACCOINTAM Y. Veil classes are im funning, day or early eiihliig .essi.ms Wit" for helpful booklet. Your Post War lt'" iiutir" ami Ilullelln PACK FACE 3(1 Oi irrh St.. New ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 26 February 1920

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

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 eve'r been on its own. ' Fair to-day and to-morrow; slowly. rU- ing temperature; fresh northwest winds. .Highest temperature yesterday, a6 lowest, xa. , DsUlled wujiir reporn will b found en tb editorial Pt. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD TJTJTnW TWO P. HINTS I VtlTHIE) CriNTfl VOL. LXXXVII.- NO. 180-DAIltf. - 4- NEW YORK, FRIDAY, FBRUAflY 27, 1920.-V IN WE'OnK CITY AND 8UDUHBS. I ON TRAINS AND ELSEWHBKBi WILSON IN NOTES TO PREMIERS THREATENS TO DROP LEAGUE; ADRIATIC TREATY MUST SQUARE WITH AMERICAN WAR IDEALS; 'JUSTICE RATHER THAN EXPEDIENCY SHOULD GOVERN NATIONS' r ft DEMOCRATS FOR DRY ACT REPEAL BY A 441-9 VOTE I L,, , y j i Discord Over Women's Se lection for Delegates to San Francisco. TAMMANY IN CONTROL Albany Convention Praises Gov. Smith,' but "Wilson's Name Not Mentioned. tttrM to Tnr SCf and Nr Vo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

til II P. II States there wna complete about fac An ttfo of the most Important feature. S These w the questions of the pro oscd creatloh of a buffer state to Inter pose a safety spaa under the udmlnia tratlon ot the. Lcaguo of Nations Strategically eurroundlnr FJumc, which On discarded, ana tho. creatloji- ot the so- Willed Italian nnrrldar alontr tho COBlt ino up to the portato of Flume, whldrl in the omreement of uecemuer , me fttjrotlatore, America. Joining, united In ,lenounc!ni; as Inutile and well Dlffh Vldlculoui. ' 1 Furthermore, this secret action of the Premiere not divulged to the United "mates until after I'remlcr N'lttl of Italy hns accepted It op behalf of his Oo .jrnmont In Hbo'liartlng the proposed Mutrnl buffer state moved the so-called JVIlnon lino eastward to that Italy swal lowed up nll'of1 Istrla with a vast ma jority of Its population purely J'lgo Jilov, placed the Jago-Slav railway con nection practically under tho guns of Jtaly and, in the opinion of the Amcr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

, weft . ''n,' TURKS TO STAY UNDER SHADOW OF ALLIED GUNS Treaty Assures Protection of Christians anil Freedom oCtlie traits. INDEPENDENT i ARMENIA Tromici' Defends Decision o Council in Commons Cecil Ui'g6s Revision. London, Feb. 26. Liberals, and LaborltcF, with Lord Kobert Ceoll In Accord, demanded the expulsion of tho Turk from Kuropo In a debate In tho Kouso ' of Common! to-day. whllo Lloyd Gcorgo defended tho decision to let tho Turk remain In Constantinople on the ground that It would assure better International balance. Tho Uvcnino Standard says tho pro visions of the now Turkish treaty In clml" the following: The claims of Greece regarding Thrace have been conceded; Greece will retain Smyrna under tho suzer alnty of Turkey in principle. Very btrlngent financial clauses have Docn decided on to supervise the tiholc of Turkey's resources. Cillcia probably will be placed un der a mandato from Prance, and nn Independent Armenia is tontemplatcd. Including a republic of Erlvan and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

4 "".Ml"1 SENATE ADOPTS NEW CLAUSE OR . MANDATE RULE Only l MdiiiUtiW, All I)cmo chvts, Onposo XJdittiirOmlso j jvcaguc Itcscrv&tion. lEViptJS VOTE 'ifl TO H3 3lr. Frnncc, Seeing Eventual jppndloek, Proposes Virtual Rcfcrcndurii oil Covenant. gpH4al to Tnt Hck akd Tniic HrsAtp. Washington-! Feb. 26.-WJlh only four dissenting votes out of 72 cast . the Senate rcadopted to-Hny the res ervation to the peace treaty providing that no mandates Shall be accepted by the United States except by action of Congress. Tho vote disclosed a marked change of altitudo on the part of Democrats. When the reservation first was adopted on November 13 of last year the ay6s weft) 48 and th6 riots 33. All the Democratic votes were cast against i lit that time except those of 8cnatbrs Gore (Okla.), Reed (Mo.), Smith (Ga.), and Walsh (Mass.), To-day's vote In dieted that formal opposition to the reservation has evaporated. AH th.6 Democrats with tho exception of Sen ators Jones (S. M.), Kendrick (Wyo.), ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

T (If I THE $l?N AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1920. ARNSTEI SEEN BY LAWYER, WHO HAS TO TESTIFY , 'Accused Leader of $5,000, 000 Bond Theft Plot Is in Cleveland. xo rnoausE op giving up Jliss Brico Questioned Cafo Men Subpoenaed Alleged "Squaror" Hold. Developments In the $6,000,000 bond jilut mystery came thick and fast yes jfrdny. Eugene r. McGee, an attorney of 149 Jtroadwny, testified wlicn ordered to i.ii so by Federal Judge A. N. Hand that ho had conferred with "Nicky" Arnsteln, alleged "master mind" of the jilot, as recently as last Tuesday In i ne Hotel Wlnton In Cleveland. Am-r-ieln did not surrender himself to the minorities yesterday, na it had been l'tlmatcd he might, and the search for htm whs still going on Inst night. It was learned that another man tttoe connection with the bond thefts 1.- fsild to havo been almost as Im portant as that of Arnsteln la also be ing sought far and wide by detectives, 'ill name is being withhold by the authorities, but ho is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1920. 44 COLBY IAS ONE TIME CHAMPION 1 1 IOFIRISHCAUSE jjrin Supporters Quote Ilis Claim of Sympathy With : All Wilson Policies. 3 MIND IS "CHANGEABLE" J Cflrncgio Ilall Resolutions At tacking Britain's Attitude Aro Itccallcd. Despite his public denunciation of Great Britain's treatment of Ireland, sympathizers with tho Irish cause hero yiitcrday were not Inclined to Jubila tljn over tho naming of Balnbrldse Cfilby as Secretary of State. Mr. Col bj's published utteranco yesterday Opt he was In entire sympathy with a" of President Wilson's policies was taken to mean that his views regard ing Ireland had undergone a chanse since Sunday cvcnlnjr, March K 1016, wjien he spoko at a roeotlns In Car nglo Hall at which resolutions were adopted denouncing the Kesent rela tions between Great Uritaln and Ire land and demanding that no peaco treaty bo signed which did not give Ireland tho right of self determination. jThe meeting was a memorial ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

$HE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1920, SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD ' HOUSE VOTES HASTE IN AID FOR SOLDIER Kcsolution Provides for Dot! uito 1'rogrnn.mo to Bo Passed This Session. 3IEANS INCREASED TAXES Scnlimcnt Grows, However, for Somo Action Itogard less of Expense. YTasiun'oton, Feb. 20. By a vote of K3 to 4 ttio House to-day passed a resolution ordering tho Ways and Means Ccmmlttco to consider all legislation to tld the pervlco men with the view of nconmiendlni; a programme nlons this line for Adoption this session. Tho resolution la expected to cxpodlte tnicn on tho bonus and other kindred MIIk, nono of which has reached tho tvor vet thin session because of the strong objection!) by Republican leaders to the largo expenditures necessary lor their enactment. Consideration of the jtsoluUon revealed that there Is ft drone domand among Individual mem lrs (or the passago of some such legis lation, roiwdlosa of tho fact that It probably means an Increos...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

4 AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED UM-1B33. VBW TO UK, FHIDAT. FED- . 1070 THJB atJN-HKrtALD COKPOUATION. PskUchra. SM Broadway. Frank A. Munser. Pftl14"- T Trrta Wardmsn, Vlce-prealdent; wm. t. Tjewirt. tlce-preeldeot and Treasurer; R )f. Tltheriagton. gscreury. NEWSSTAND PIUC1W. Tan. cult i w n.Njf?I ifiiS uttrres Sunday, flf ctnUI lsnliete, ieu CCQtA. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION BATES. JCist of MluUilppI - 0a, S'wiu, ro.tp.id. Y&.MHjj.aurtL DAILY coir PO J-K J2 tKJNDAY only.... ... 400 r JSUNDAY only. Canada 0 .00 33?,,,.tI;,ni yor il points t Wver add II a year lor daily or dal.y ana enday edituma. FOREIGN RATES. 1AII.T OBlr....i.... J W -S SUNDAY only . All ehecki, rnooey orders. m payable lo The Sun-Herald. European Edition. Pnbllahed in lris every day rrlco lo Parts a enUmt, dally PA"fti OFFICE, 49 AVENCD DE PpfotJoo concerning "f",lBF.J1,.'5 tor tbo European Edition may be obtained. rro tbo main New York oHce. The Associated Press la !",'"I''f J!: titled to 11m use tor republicati...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

THE SUN "AND NEW YORK HERALD,' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1920. $114,205 Art Sale Led by ait Inness Bringing $17,000 r Paintings Owned by tho Lato , Balpli H. Whito and Others Sold at Auction. Names that have often beforo been crowned with ruction room favor were applauded ngnln last night Inness, Corot and J. Francis Murphy waro tho ttading stars In tho salo In tho Hotel Tiara of painting from tho collodion of the lato Ralph It White. Boston, oml others by tho American Art Association. Tho biff Innesa landscape, painted In the artist's early period, 1607, was tho ff&turc, going to W, W. Bcaman, agent, for 117,000. This landscape, which Thom as li Klrby, auctloneor, announced na bis favorite In all American painting, -howed a broad and prosperous valley nlth cattle graslng on tho meadow, "Lo Iiuljseau au Cheval Blanc," by Corot, went to Bohumlr Kyrl for 110,400. and the J. Francis Murphy landscapo to H. p. Miller for J0.I00. The total for tho evenlnff (168 paint ings), was IKM.1S5, making...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

Bl. I 1 I 10 44 Oimpc Trioafe WW Be OLYMPIC TRIALS IN HARVARD STADIUM They Aro to Be Combined TVlth A. A. XI. Champion ship Meet. LIKELY DATE IS JULY 8 Team Will Lcavo This Coun try for Belgium About July 21. To make the A. A- U. national track find field championship meet for this year tho final Orympla tryout and to hold tho meet in the Harvard Stadium I tho newest and most decisive plan of tho authorities responsible for the rep mentation of tho United States In' the Olympic ramc at Antwerp next An Bust For eome time Franklin Field. In Philadelphia, 1-aa been boomed aa the most auttabls spot for the carnival, but experience with the University of Penn sylvania oval has shown that pajrt lis turea were not profitable financially, the receipts In no way comparing with tha sum sained when the tryouts were held at Boeton In 1912. Then tha profits amounted to over $10,000, a really co lossal figure when comparil with tho total rained when the tryouta were held at Franklin Field la 1301...

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