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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

I L . 11 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27,-1920. v- i r , ,, , ,., . . ... ' Mathewson Here to Take Giants to Texas-Horsemen Banished From Turf for 'Sponging Courtship at New Orleans BW HERE TO GO SOUTH WITH GIANTS -VI11 Pilot Them to Texas nml Then Turn Them Over to McGraw. 1 WILDE TRICKED BY CHANGE OF GLOVES E. T. APPLEBY MS Two Ruled Off for Placing FIRST CDE GAME Sponge in Courtship's Nose DOBIE QUITS MYY TO COACH CORNELL Annapolis Meases Football Mentor From Last Year of His Contract. Off for the Sunny South. Roger Burkley and Ben Crouch and Their Horses, Grove A. and Hidden Jewel; Banished by New Orleans Officials Irvin Takes Feature. "Pillows" Substituted for Keff ulation Mitts in Russell Pont. Avorngcfl 10 Against lord, "While Collins Averages 21 Against Trump. MOXl'MHNT TO CAUL MAYS (Ozark Folk Purpose Erecting It While He's Aliv Dodgers for Florida. nr William n. hanxa. John McOrmv won't bo her to show the Olants tho way from New York to Fm Antonio, Tcxn, b...

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. — 27 February 1920

12 THE- SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, Railroad Bill Passed by Congress npHE BILL providing for X the. return of the rafl roadj to private ownership is of lirgt importance to the American pubHr, and particu larly to bolder of railroad securities. Stockholders de siring to inform themselves x to the ehowins made by the principal railroads for pereral yean past ehould not fall to tend for our comprehensive circular on Tha Earning Capacity of the Railroads During and Prior to Government Control. I Write for Circular No. 1686 Spencer Trask& Co. i 25 Broad Street, New York ALHANY IKWTOS CHICAGO 31tmbr New York Bttck Eichant'o i FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT General 3rarket Shows Im provement, Except ia (ho Steel Stocks. : HAILS AHE WELL BOUGHT NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES Thursday, February 26, 1920. Day's esJea.... Tear to data.., 1920. HtMt 15.90S.003 ists. 32,949,745 1S1J. 631.784 54,782.809 1J1. 1 3Ioney Is Firmer Throughout Session, hut Docs Not Rise Over 10 Per Cent. Kingdom o...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

4t 13 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HEfrALt), FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 920. Exeoutor Trusteo Chartered 1822 The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company Nog, 18,. 18, 20 & 22 William Street Branoh Offloo, 475 Fifth Avenue At Forty-firUt Strodt London Administrator Now York Foreign Exohange Paris Guardian Member Federal Beservo Byptom and Now York Clearing House FRENCH AMERICAN BANKING CORPORATION 67-69 William Street, New York Auodaltd Banit owning tnlire capital tlodt Comptolr National D'Eacomplo do Paris National Bank of Commerce In Now York Tho First National Dank of Boston Republic of France 5 Internal Loan of 1920 CONDITIONSThe French Government offers for sub scription tho now 6 Amortizable National Loan. These bonds will be dated May 1st, 1920, redeemable in scries by semi-annual drawings within 60 years from tiato of Issuo at a premium of 50, or at 1,500 francs for each bond of 1,000 francs capital par value. Drawings will take place March 1G and September 16 of each year, beginning with Sept...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

u ' '! ' J ; the -pUN AND NET YORK flERAH), KRIDAy, , piBRUARY -27, 1920 ' -. ( 5 1 n a 111 " " ' inn . . . . im " Do you know the rcaooni the wide nuctuauoni in INTERNATIONAL PAPER A special analysis on the above cod also on INTERESTING ARTICLES on FAILROAD LEGISLATION ond how it wUl affect a few of the Western roadj. FIYE INDUSTRIALS of mini merit ltb fool pouIbUitata jnarkeawb. Ajo rf(iCTirI'ii In tXr arlv silnrlalr Cou. ulmarlin Stoat Mldial Mumi CPPr Ualdnln I Ii (loo Oil It lb Cvrm i tarn ItAIMET OP WU.V Crelii on rrfwiJ Wi R.H.MacMASTERS&GO. Icm leva CntMUUi 4" fee Ettk. .V. r. Wall St. NewYoric VeuxtrtiH Licwut IToar Carib Syndicate The ccquSrition of addi txnal t crease further ilienr,then3 the poitin of Caiib as the prenuer oil ccmpShy of South Asier ica. Outline of the com pany's cctivities given in current issue of our Financial Forecast Ulcb ilso tnnt. Armour Leather Tobacco ProdExp. Simms Petroleum Producers & Ref. Zrvt vpen rrvutt Alt fir .Vo. 11,7. M S WOLFES...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

THE SUN MD NEW YORK HERALD, DRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27,11920, 4 15 WILS0NT0RE3ECT LABOR'S YETO PLEA Washington guro Railways Bcluru Act will Bo hw Bo forol2;01Mai;cli-l. FA10IBBS FILE PROTESTS r Bines Arranges for (Jiving Up Bonds to Owncrsvat Ap pointed Time. . iMtial to Tn Sew Ann Niw Toxic HiMlo. Wasinoton, Feb. 26. President Wll ron dcsplto protests of tabor and objec tions of tho House Democrats, probably nlll tako affirmative notion on tno rail road bill by Saturday night thus making It effective when tho roads ore returned to prlvato control at 1 :01 A. M. Mon day, March 1. No dennlto statement has been mado us to tho President's attitude, hut there appears little doubt that tho till will become a law. Leaders of fifteen, aftlllated railroad unions, representing more than 2,000,000 railway employees, laid before tho Presl-j-nt to-day a resolution urging a veto . .i.. .tiT-.ini hill nn an un-American treasure. Tlie financial section of tho I Ml as well ns the labor clause, was assail...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

I K .-' 1 r ' ' 1 1 ntjimri Tn i.rrr. .. . .... ' ' . i 1 , . .. uoTirr I imniiii. - "-XiOOwx vw i c LAW COMMITTEE TO MEET. date Architects Will anther In Albany To-iuorrovr. New York Stnta Association of Archi tects lias appointed tho following legls ).tlvo committee for the year 1920. Thomas V. Oleason, chairman, AN Iwiiy; John 1L Schelor, Nw York city (reappointed) t Alexander Selkirk, Al bany; ltobert North, Buffalo; Kdward l,oth, Troy; Edward 8. Gordon, noches ter; Frederick II. dougo, Ithnca; Gor don Wright, Byracuso; Harry Haskell, Jjlmlra: Carl C. Tollman, Auburn; Harry U, Tiffany, Dlngliamton; Addison F. Lansing, Wntertown. A meeting of tho committee has been called for Saturday, February 28, at 1 I'. M., In the Albany Club. 102 State street. Albany, to confer with the State Hoard for tho Registration of Archi tects for the parposa of discussing tho law and Its proposed amendment ACTIVITY IN UIlOOItXYN. Charles Partridge Bold tho two story l'OUso at 285 Maple street, Brookl...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

APARTMENTS TO lBT--yPnKI8HBD. APARTMENT to inblat for si months, be ginning Mivrch 30, beautiful apartment, comfortably furnished, ten rooms, two lathi, 131 Riverside Drive, corner 15th at.; ,:0 a mnntln For Information call j ,-ir.r -369S -.between U A. M. and 8 P. M. APARTMENT HUNTING UNNECESSARY. Irruiiiillr Inslwcted. Consult Mrs. DINOLK- .N, It.nlluff Hpcdellit. 120 Well 7Id. Co- 1 ailiin RIO. Ai'AltTMKMN renting spooia-sis; nign cost apartments, 2-10 room, IM-lUlli its.; thort or long )0.s vainctirae wa . rM'H U, PARK WEST. 234 l-xiiulaltelr ' iiui-iicd tt room apartment; piano, llnetr l ' or, To I 3If7 Schuyler. Apply supl. IdllT ToomrJiurtincnt, all light, well fur .utjMi. two liSwka fioro 181t int. rabwuy .1 on. May In October. i:. It., SOI Bun- tsrsld. Herald Squru. i ill Tout, furnished, until October, charming 4ii.iini'iii at 203 West 67th at., one block .,ni uininro io icnirui rnra ami I wo morns ,,u, vu nr., 8 itxiin j, 2 balhs; high ceilings: i, I'piiK'i-tt liarilnoin...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 27 February 1920

f 18 44 PERSONALS. ... ' . . ku lllsi.BRYNMAWRWOHl Clsftckl. Upjwr I'ttt trt. Uverpol. WIIA jMTon who drrtld "",fr'lS,,Vn f fl. I. Brkr tlM sddrtM B. III Herald, Utrald Squirt. LOST AND FOUND. t08T-W4nid v morning between I end W o'clock, either In a Iiiidon tu Jrsi-. ro roots to lloboken or In the J-V"ti lUJIwu SUUon, Mobnkm, 'Fu.'i Finder coinmunlcste ltti Mr. FA OH. Jlurby roxl. Brooklyn. I8T-londir. Kfbniir, 13. lul I Pj" dl.taood borh pin. UMwrra '"'')m'.rJ5 Pl4f u4 Jlmn Bronkljo. rin'' frftlTfllbrnl rnrsrd fr rmra n M Van-p-mrr llf. Telephone Proi z'T. LOar-Wt. 81. Dlemond srt.Bawalre K!. plinxmd iod I-Mrt Bit I'lrf. PUooad U' nlllere ad Cbtla, (II pUttnooi lucr KPttlT er together: rewsnl. u r. J nwppwoo. in lnu.n ... LOdl IJIII pure, containing um ot money and foreign coins, betneen Mnhtun Bridge plui nd 14th it. nil Mh J v. Winder notify V. B. ltOHK.lt. " t., nrocklyn. N. Y. MST-LAtMSK PLATINUM AK UIAUOSU BOW KNOT PIN. AT IBXISOTOJi TIIBA TnK OB HOTEL I'LAXA. WEII.NKSDAY bVE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

"WEATHER FORECAST. A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preserveo ths best tradition pf each. In combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. Fair nnd warmer to-day; to-morrow fair, gcntie west winds. Highest temperature yesterday, ao; lowest, 7. BtUll-d wMUiir reports will b found ra the editorial Pf. ' AND THE NEW YORK HERALD PRICE TWO CENTS i twiee cents IN lW TOnK CITY AND SUnUrW9. ION TIIAINS AND ELSBWHERB. VOL. LXXXVTL NO. 181 DAILY. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920.-UMA5a? Niw fork, H. T. POLICE ON TRAIL, 'ARNSTEIN WILL GIVE UP MONDAY His Lawyer Says Accused Dond Plot Leader Is Not Far From New York. NO BAIL CUT PROMISED Fugitive Eluded Detectives by Few Hours in Cleve land and Toledo. BIG BHOKEHS SUSPECTED Said to Have Received $1,000, 000 Worth of Stolen Se curities Lately. Attorneys for "Nicky" Arnsteln, al leged "mnstcr mind" in the J3.000.000 bond theft plot, said last night that tlicy expect to surrende...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

2 'rm other settlements In tho treaty IW tlienla, Ciecho-Blovaltln, Bhantunjr. tho Baar Vnllty nnd tho rent, wft Ich vloltta tho exact principle for which too roi Jdcnt contended In tho Adriatic. But thfo obwrvatlons for flhe greater part wera not for pulillcallon' not when they came from Democrat. Senator Thomas (Col.) was hit oxceptlon. An nrt Irreconcilable opponent of tho peaco treaty and n Democrat who Hupportefl Mr. Wllion for his Orel nomination and who always haa maintained amlahlo ro latlna deaplto repeated differences, he frankly stated the Icsnon that ha drew from tho Adriatic affair ; "TlioAdrUtlo development conutltulo mi excellent llluetratlon of- tho creat aerlca of laouea with which we woilld bo coma. Involved t wo Miould enter tho Ioffuo of Nation?, forolan to ua, to our traditions and Intcrvitfl. "As tho ono disinterested reat Tower and as tho Greatest nation In the world, It would ho Inevitable that wo would bo called upon constantly to arbltrato theso difference ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

(jj(8aaaaaln THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920. TROTZKY CONSCRIPTS RED ARMY FOR WORK Moil Must Go Whcro Ordered in Itolshuvlfit. Plan of Ife Imbilitntion. XEW FJtEE ItOAD IS SEEN Lender Expects to "Confound Our Enemies and GIvo Joy to Our Friends." I onoon. Feb. 27, Leon Trotzlty, Mln tiT of War of Soviet Huesla, aridrofis i.ic lb third ItUtfslr.n Congress hold In luscow January 25 last, outlined tho lioirhavi.it plan for converting the rid urm' into an army of Iftbor, according in reports of Ilia speech reaching hero. Hcfcrrinif to tho work o tho lied army iretzky sain: They (the soldiers) hnvo learned under this very hardest conditions to le.nl hundreds of thousands of organ Uc.l masKes ufcd lm ltd peasants Into battle. Thry will bo trained olllcorfl. Thcro is tttlll ono way opun to tho re organization of national economy the nay of uniting tho army and labor and h:injlnK the. military d'tiichiiienl.i of ne irmy into uetnemnents or a lauor simy. "Jinny of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

11 SOCIALISTS CLOSE i DEFENCE ABRUPTLY Tiro of Accused Assemblymen Fall to Tnko Stand, Caus ing Surprise. BXD IS NOW IX SIGHT Documentary Testimony Will ilo Presented at Next Ses sion Wednesday. gptcttl It Tns Sc' IND NtW TMK He. AlDAHT, N. Y.i I'eli, !7.-The Socialist Assemblymen completed tlielr defence nt T o'clock to-nljtlit with August Clet5nn br their liut witness niumptlnc to ex. plain away Ills "United Statca of Thieves" apecdi, delivered In Brownsville lait November. This murked the end of the alxth week of the proceeding;. The ndjouramcnt was taken until next Wednesday, when odds and ends of testl monr In tho 'form of documents and papers wtll txJ'prew nM. Tli taklnc of oral testimony Is completed. The rum mlns up will becln Wednesday mid will be completed wxt wcf.lc, the time bo'.ns divided equally. Within three or four days therwafttr both Bides will submit briefs and then the c.1.10 will lost with tot thirteen r.wnilirs of Ilia Judiciary Committee.. Momlwrs of tha commi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

mm G BAY STATE YOTES i L General's Campaign Managers Invado Boston in Active Fight for Delegates. ITOHXSON'S CLAX BUSY Followers of California Sena tor Will Not Enter "Favor ite Son" Territory. i Campaign manatrero for MaJor-dcn. Leonard Wood were In Boston yester day ncccleratlnjr the fight for district Gflffates to tho Chlcriro convention. Ansus McStveen, In crm.r,i of all terri tory east of the Mlsalnalppl for United fitster Senator Hiram W. Johnson, was In Chicago establishing: a control station from which the campaign In the middle Vest may bo conducted. At the Johnson headquarters here It a as denied 'that there was any Inten tion of going Into Illinois for tho pur pose of wresting delegates, from Gov. Frank 0. Lowden. "Thero Is no pres ent Intention of violating tho favorite fon agreement," was the way one of the Johnnon group expressed It yester day. Intimating that If others broko tho vmitrstandlng the Senator might And It necessary to take somo retaliatory measures. It was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

6 AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. fOVNDKD M8S.1W3. liW YQJ"f' 8Atukpay, ynu. s. iflr- TUB SUN.HErtALD CORrOItATlON, Publishers. ZM Broadway. Frank A. Jlunsoy. Pr"l','n,-Wm Krvlo Wardman. Vice-president! Wm. t. Uivut, Vlcs.prssldent and Treasurer, . H, TlUictlngton, Btcra laty. NKWMTANO MICKS. Waily, two rnt copy In Nj" rlly oml suburb and flirwj cents else herei Snday, n ! elKbr' ,,n t rats. HAIL SUBSClUPTIOr? HATES. JJast of MUslillPPl .t 0n DAILY A'W.NdAT..$11.00 DAILY only- 9.00 J.M MINDAY only........ .00 -.i fcUNDAT only, Canada 0,00 VimIhIdbI For all points west of the- ifi"li Illver add 1 a year for daily or dally una Sunday editions. FOBEION HATES. daily & 8UNDAT..IJ9.M in.30 JJAII.Y only 19M 00 1.W ewDAY ouiy s-a t -r All checks, money orders. c. " cntde payable to Tho Sun-Herald. European Edition, fubliehad In Perls overy day In , the yjar. rrlco In Pari 25 centime. dally 8 PARIS OmCK, 0 AVENUE DB UtonAtlon concerning l',5,.r.',j for the European Edition may bo obtained from ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920. Maj. ft F. Purcell Weds Descendant of John Pintard i .-in Athletic Officer of A. E. F. University Marries Miss Elizabeth 0. Fash. , Miss Elizabeth Carson Fnah, a daugh ter of Mrs. H. Kortrlght Fash, was MArrled to Major naymond Forrest rurcell. U. 8 A., on last Thursday night In the Chapel ot tho Intercession by" tho Itov. Dr. Mllo II. Gates, roctor. Tho bride, who was Klven away by htr undo, Mr. Joaquin Medina, was at !,i.vi bv Miss Frances Schang and her Dlcco, Miss Elizabeth Kortrlght Claw ,on Mr. John Fltzhugh Greany of vaahIiiXton, D. C, was best man. The 1hcrs were Mr. Richard J. O'Neill of iwrehostcr. Mass.; Mr. John Mc Anearny, Jr.. ot Garden City. I... I.; Mr. A E. Kelly and Mr. Walter Will umson of this city. A reception was hfld at tho homo of the bride's mother, U61 St Nicholas avenue. Tho bride 18 a descendant ot John rintard, who founded tho NewYorkllls torlctl Society and the first Now York Blb'e Society. Major...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW- YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FBBKUARY 28,-1920. Metropolitan GREENWICH LINKS CHOSEN BY WOMEN Pair Golfers Will Begin Metro politan Championship There Juno I t. ARRANGE TEAM MATCHES Dates Aro Set and Captains , Chosen for Annual Intcr ' sectional Scries. im KBIIK Jf. PETIIIR. A deHnlto selection of both coarse and dates for their annual championship tournament wa made yesterday by fa members of the executive committee 01 the Women's Metropolitan Oolf Associa tion. Unwilling to pick at random and so run dho rHJcof iflndlnjr outrfattr that their election had been mado at the cost ot an overlap of tournament fixture, we women have waited with praiseworthy fortitude for the Connecticut Htate (Jolt Association to ehow Ita hand. Now. however, the Ilnkswomon have founu their way clear to act, and odlclal an nouncement Is mnde that the annual title mcctlnff of the V. M. G. A. will be held over tho links of the Greenwich Country Club during tho week ot June 14. That the Connecticut...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

9 Promising Squads of Giants and Yankees Will Start To-day for Their Early Spring Practice in Dixie Land BALL PLAYERS HIT DIXIE TRAIL TO-DAY OLYMPIC COMMITTEE BEGINS TO GET BUSY Champion Durbar Is Best at Sporting Spaniel Show Put Over Nearly 150 Fine Specimens at American Club's Annual Exhibtiion--Sportsmen Crowd Waldorf Hotel to Witness Judging. M'ANDLESS MAKES AYERA6E OF 231-13 Youngsters to Join the Giants at San Antonio. Band of Giants and Yankees leave 2 Y. for Respective Training Camps. President. Klrhy Calls Meeting for March 1.1 at New York A. C. Hns Unfinished Run of 100 PcftfiHJnsr P. P Trump in Xut ionnl Cue Totirnoy. THE . SUji AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920. m AND CHASE MISSING Former Won't Report, and First Baseman Is on His "Way to California. Tly WILLIAM B. HAXNA. To-day the Olanta.wllt start closlnir In on San Antonio from all points of the compaw, or ct least the beet known points of that celebrated an J popular contrivance. Tim move cn the sprin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

10 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920. Phone, Hector WW Joseplhal&O). 120 Broadway, New York Members II New York Stock Exchanie Foreign Securities 1 Private Wires to Principal Cities IMMCIALHEIS AND COMMENT lUn Tendency of Stocks Is Toward Recovery in Quiet Trading. New French 5 Loan Japanese Govt. Bonds Payable in Dollars in H. Y. 4$ Duc1S31,lo Yield 10 4sDuet925,toYield11K Detailed Circular NS on requiil. German City Bonds German Industrial Bonds Foreign Currencies and Exchanges NEWB0R6ER, HENDERSON & LOEB Mtmlat Nat York Sink Exchente 1C0 BROADWAY Foreign ept. Tel. Rector 7069 Increase Your Income We have available for investment b,$1.O0O. First Mortgage 5 Gold Bond selling for about 5360, be ing the first obligation of an es senlial industry in Syracuse. Secured by first mortgage on tte entire property, standing ahead of approximately $12,000,000 jun ior liens. In normal times the bonds sold at par or a premium. Write us for particulars Carstairs &a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

11 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920. gSTRM PAYING LOW RATE ON DEBT Indebtedness of 93,750,000, 000 Honrs Avcrngo of Un der 4 I'cr Cent. N'KKDS HOUE POPULATION BRITISH-CANADIAN .BAIIl Umm PftVAl) TRADE IS AT PEAK11" AUlv" RAILWAY MEASURE Ilifrh Commissioner Mnvk Shel don Speaks at Luncheon of Jtoml Club. lluv Australia paid and equipped nil folrilpvi whom It aunt to the war and rnier :ert with an aggregate Federal and Mate debt ot $3,750,000,000 bearing on tn . verago an interest rato of leas than t t,r cent, wts told yesterday to mem h.re if the Bond Club at their monthly nmrneon tn the Bankers Club by Mark Sheldon, High Commissioner for Austra lia vice-in evident ot the Chamber- of Commerce of Sydney and president of Die Mistrallan Bank ot Commerce. Dur-t-i.' !'. war tho Federal Covernment nr , i'!a borrowed a largo portion of u.' , . .h at 4t4 per cent, free ot all t- i on, and the balanco ut 5 per cent.. sjDjpft to taxea. homo of It earlier lor.owlntJJ fro...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

12 t CURB MAFlKET ST UNEASY CLOSING After Steady Gains Bcaction in Few Stocks Comes When Shorts Cover. Except for brief periods at yesterday's opening ana ctoslnjj a steady ono ms maintained In curb stocks. Tim market opened unsteady, but cood demand snon developed and advances wer recorded . I.. .AMnAI- In - .. . aiiMU. 'i nn Hirauv utt.iii.v. ... - . . . ,TO,t w..,iiied in nai quotations. n uosmepol tan. ..110 which prices moved forward resuitea in of U)0 drop ln ,r,.c nnj tho Commercial K..4M Khort coverlnc in omo stocks, but at u,etncM of t10 butln nnd engineered aCemmonw'ith...2i5 the closo a fow stock meted and , raW T))0 ,ftct thar, the market I gub ....ig tausrd uneasy feellim throughout tho Pppeare(, overboucht, that eomo loncu rihh . n, Hat ' il.. ntwl Hint Inducing thom to J-'lf Ih Are VA main fcattiro of the session t...iini in mission uovcrniiani. . . pAKftrnnmni tcrnal notes. Tho report that bovlet. nfe m0f0 eon,jly intrenched (nnd nentl n....in imd mado an offer for p...

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