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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

I T M FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD HIPPING NE xm SUN AND NEW YORK GERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1020. WS ggf NOTICE TO THE SUN AND THE NEW YORK HERALD'S Ship pews Office is adjacent to the Barge Office at the Bat tery. Telephone 1572 Broad. CLOSING Transatlantic Mails. a.untiuY. rnu. :s. iin Ulacds (IVrtiixal 'r, slso psrcel pout ruit i r Morn, IVttigal nod Msdclia, itr l-flonuK. 10 WJ AM. Corfi. AfUS slid West s!n (Germany '! i.i pa i 'I list walls for (irrit llrluln, Ire iiii'l. 4. . !f frt P-"". ? -5I H"P 0 AMI. I'run " "'d filer iunlrlj 'I France) Ik.) i . -el P"t walls for fiance, itr I.i Bsiole, AM nt IM. UMii-i: riti parcel post wslle f.r Gennsny, -stria aul l evrio-rJov.ill.i, itr Mongolia, 10 A itul AM;. pj n ti.il I'etlnxal (; also ptreel pent rotil fa rvulo, Canars Islands and Ceuta, Mellllu ,ml Taiitflrr In Morocco, str Autllla, 8 AM, (irr'i CimUiitltoplc, Bulgaria iul Ron r.iol. alo percel ckt malls tut dtnnt, Bui tula and Untn.ta.ila, sir S'.boncy, I) AM. flails for So...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

XI BUDGET OF SALES LARGE AND VARIED Hldtotvn Lofts Figure Jlainly In nn Increasingly Volum inous Market. 7;. Slurum resoM to Samuel Hoffman Xi and 15 Wert Twenty-fourth street. n eleven Mory loft. 65x100. through Louis Israel. Versatile! Palace IUaoW. Sharp 4 Co. rold for Charles Feuer (ha Varaalllca Palace, an eight atory apartment, 75x100, at COS and 007 Weat 113lh otreet. Tha houro U ar ranged for twenty-four families and rents for itO.OOO a yer. ".2.'.y,000 Lcnar 'Closeil. George A. Bowman leased tor fifteen 1 n,v wilton Merle-Smith, p.utnr yoaro for the C. l. Ltmch Company of th(, central Presiiytorlan Churrii, pur ih. tinner njrt of building ut 20 bant . . ,,..!., i,mni ihn fcmr ttnrv Forty-econd atreet to Irvlnif Chen and Chin Goon for a restaurant at a total rental of about $2(0,000. George A. Bowman has been appointed rentins agtnt. Iteported Midtonn Lease. Tha alxatory office building. 37.0x91.9, at West fortieth street. Is reported to hava been leased by the Manlce Kstate...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

a. THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1920. 44- Doiousll el 1-rooUTn Sale of Rent, One of Ihe few beaxttiful site for a I Linden Boulevard and Bedford Avenue I liiocii f ront Two Corners. 1 GRANT S. KELLEY, I 212 Fifth Avenue, Now Vork. BRAT. ESTATE OUT OP CITY. 1 REAL ESTATEOUT OF CITY. I.orur Island Salo or Rent. si Come Out Today Buy a home in The New Homo Colony Fifteen Minutes from Grand Central hubway Station. lle Out Knro. 100 Acres Under Development. Adjoining tho New CO Aero Million Hollar Water from Park. 100 Houses Now Ilulldlnc Price 10,000 to Jl'LOuU. MAINE COAST Summer Hotel & Cottages v Mali 'liw property, catering to an ex. f f ve clientele: Isotcl contains 100 large x j, SO baths; four lartrs cottages; ,lluatrd .otic ocean lu a part of .10H arret; t rifles t-l nn estate at lS5,0mi Addrcai II. C., '. cirn-neratd, Herald sipiarc. JTAItjyjRmRTJ trcut Farm Uurrnln In 3 States. Catalogue free. 1.10 Nassau fct.. N'.T. REAL ESTATE WANTED. BEST & CO...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 28 February 1920

4-H PERSONALS. CHARLIE, "rataflr." '"''?.."'!. aotlw. Ptrytliln Bnforatand and ttmrtv. WJOU flt'KSCUU "niOMAB. of liitmnum Vlllt. U CobrlH Jr!dtiK, fllanwrnnahire, EwcIaiMl. . ,k tour mollier. Klliat.th Tliomi, M .hire nf bff Mtate, rro'WM 7" 7"tti? ward and ouk toM jonr rlalo teertta witnw tlibttta months of btr datb, Ve UrMore n lldtari for ft. f tt eiwator of xour motor's will j Uni. Thenm flu lira nolle isod to No. forward aafl matt food I,,j' Btb kbf of yoor motlir i eititt to U lain factloq of tb eieeutor. . ., Aid 1e roo nolle Ut J "IL, mr anljfai for roar rtare ml tbllihlw Jour Idrntltr to tbe aatl.Metlon J ll 'S fwfore tti fBd of IS raoattu from th d.alb or tbo Mid Kllaatwta Tbonui I wm ."mT. tail r" trrdreai Tour Mid rootbtr aiia titat fll t dall with cronllnlj. UATEl) tUi S31h .by ot Mar. ,J M-, . . R BTOCfcWOOP WIJ.MAM& nrtdm). OlnnortinMiItl, ftdlrttara to I bo nM Eiwutor. lllK Attorney or Kolleltor who Ma In hl Doualon tho will In conm-rllvi ' Mr. KraywoblMha. Mra....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

WEATHER FORECAST. A HAPPY BLENDING. The amalgamated SUN AND HERALD ? reserves the best traditions of each, n combination these two newspapera make a greater newspaper than either haB ever been on its own. Snow to-day; partly cloudy and colder ' tomorrow j northwest winds. Hlftliest temperature yesterday, 315 lowest, 14. Dtli!d weather report will be round on th editorial Plff. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD , VOL. LXXXVII. NO. 182 DAILY. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920.- .Copirlght o A Bun-BtnH Cerpftlan. Enured as second class matter, Pott Office, New York, N, T, 92 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS In Orenter New York, Kluewher 10 Cent. DETECTIVE HELD AS PLOTTER TO FREEBERGDOLL Biims's Former Aid Con spired (o Discredit Draft Board, Is Charge. BIMBEItY IS HINTED AT Pristine', Awaiting Court Jlartial as War Slacker, Pleads Insanity. BUT DIKECTS DEFENCE Another Sleuth, Said to Have Been Accused Man's Aid, la Also Arrested. tftr ii to Tim Sun a,nd New Tobk IUuld. PmuriELriiiA, I'eb. 2S. Herman i'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW. YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 4 29, 1020. t larltr of the employment AM Ina for nrovlous nrtluiirtinl. ddUDled WlUl the direction to the tabor board to take Jnto consideration these Important tandards 1 Ihe highly important direc tion to the commlwlon to prescribe rates ufflclent to ndmlt of tlie payment of the reasonable opcratlnc expense ,n" eluding, of coureo, fair rate of wase. "My liopea are, that tho puttlnc Into effect of these provllon with a care Wily selected labor board whoie publlo representative can be relied upon to be fair to labor and to appreciate the point of view of labor that It U not longer to be considered nJ & mere commodity, will mark tho beginning of a new era of bet ter understanding between the .railway managements and their employees and will furnish additional Barecuarda to tho Ina Intfrmt nf rnllrnAfl labor. "T sun rore that every atency which will be tnrotred In the creation of the labor board and In tho conduct of nego tiations fu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THB SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920, 8 0. S. WILL OVERRIDE '( Clo.in8 Scene in the Iron Riyer "Whi.key Rebellion." ")j JERSEY REPUBLICAN STATU BKKK.LAWS Arrests to Follow Any Viola Hons of Volsted Law, Roper Assorts. Til HEAT AIMED AT JEBSEY ;ny 8 1-2 Per Cent. Legisla tion Will Not Bo Itccog nized at Present. W'ashinoton, Feb. 28. All persona found violating tho Federal prohibition enforcement act will bo proceeded wtalnst to tho "limit of tho law," Irro ipectlve of any State statutes legalizing the eale of liquors, It was announced to-day by Commissioner Ilopcr of tho jnltrnal Itevenuo Bureau. Mr. Koper's ruling resulted from the Mil now pending before the New Jersey legislature legalizing the sale and manufacture of beer containing 3 VI per tent of alcohol. The bureau of Internal revenue la charged with the enforcement of tho na tional prohibition act," ho said. "It defi nitely prohibits tho manufacture and tale for beverage purposes of all liquors fontalnlng ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. A ... L - - ' T T 1 1 ' ' - I ft Sttl I IRISH BILL CALLED PISTOIt AIMED AT N.Y. Sinn Fclneip Say England's Sclicmo Is Similar to Aaron Burr's in U. S. BELFAST CUAUDS TALK lonrton Takes Both Sides of Question, the "Times" Prais ing and Criticising. Dluli.v. Fob. SS. The reception ol tho home rule bill here Is generally un favorable. The ConitltutlonallsU are not dlticusatiiir It and are uwaltlnp Sir ltonM PlunketL'a announcement nexf Thunday rcgurdlnff American opinion. Arthur Griffith. De Valera'a second In command, In glvlnc tho Sinn Fein view (aid J "The bill la merely one to repeal the measure by promises of which John Itedmon'd wa duped Into advUlntrhls countrymen to fljht and die for Eng land In tho lato war. Tell tho Amer ican peoplo that Ireland will never per mil ltlf to be made, according to the present plans of English militarists, a pistol pointed at New fork. England's icheme, with Ita agent Carson, to dis member Ir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

, THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920, X MCMERYS annual spring sales 4 " : Embracing Et)ety Department A. ." j ANNUAL SPMNGSALE Blankets, Comfortables & Bedspreads We advise immediate attendance at this exceptional value-giving event, for we believe you will want to fill requirements in Bed Coverings when you examine the qualities and compare them with those usually offered at like puces. White Blankets, pink or blue borders: Single Size pair, . 5.75 regularly J.50 Double Size pair, 6.75 t regularly 9.00 ; Plaid Blankets, pink, blue, tan or grey regularly 8.50", pair, 6.50 Novelty Silk 'Mull Top Comfortables, plain borders, cotton filled. . . . 6.75 regularly 9.00, Figured Nainsook Comfortables, wool filled. .. .regularly 13.75, 10.50 Crochet Bed Spreads, Marseilles, hemmed , .regularly 2.75, 1.95 Satin Marseilles Bed Spreads, hemmed regularly 7.50, 5.75 White Crinkled Dimity Spreads, hemmed: Single Size, .regularly 3.50, 2.95 J Double Size. regularly 3.75, 3....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

TAB SUN AW NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920.; LY. POLICE NET DRAWN TIGHTLY ABOUT ARNSTEIN , .. Detectives ,Go to Itfing Hack Mm Indicted in .$5,000,000 Bond Plot. CLOSE WATCH IS ON JIDI Measures Taken to Thwnrt At tempts to Trcvent Fugi tive's Surrender. Tliroo detectives from this city, Persia. James J. depart. Auirust Mayer nnd drover Cleveland Ilrown. nro ex pected to tnko possesion to-day of "Nicky" ArnHtcln, alleged "maatcr mind" of the 15,000,000 oond plot and hufbsnit or Fnnnlo Drlce, the actress. The detectives, In company with Eu Kcne V. SIcGco, ono of Amsteln's at tornoyw, were said last night to bo upending to me'ot .Arnsteln. I They started after their man late Friday night after n conference In the UlRtrlct Attorney's olllce. Tlie lawyer did not know hln client's whereabouts, tut hp went into n telephone booth nnd called a well known Ilroadway character, who told him where he might meet "Xlcky." He then went With the olllcers to the Pennsylvania Terminal, wbcr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. RENTS 69 PER CENT. HIGHER THAN IN 1914 BAKER SAYS WORLD TASKS 'SCARE' U. S. Holds Reservations Show Us Unworthy of Leadership. Frr-rotary of Wnr Newton D. Ilaker oh mo up to llrooklyn ycatenlay and at n lunclicon of tlio Chamber of Commerce of tliat borough spoke a kind word for President Wilson nrtd his League of Na tions; rapped vigorously those whoso mliuls do not moro willingly go along with the President's In this regard; took pot shots nt the Congressional Invests gators prying Into tho conduct of the war and then said tho country lost Its nervo when It wns askod to tako tho leadership of the world. .Mr. linker dwelt at length on tho work ef his department during the war: told liow it had brought In ablo men from nlu over the country (or special duties; now It had changed from pence work to war work nnd vlco versa, and declared thnt "while thi're may havo been here and there petty poculatlon by some unfaith ful (servant, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, StfNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. 8 h- m DR. SUSAN SEED IK TOMBS FOR A WEEK Jessing Chiroprnctor Had $ccn Arrested and Convicted S as Shoplifter. GiVE HEIt MAIDEN NAME ' Jlelcnscd on Bail After llevenl Jihg Her Identity to Court Officials. Jlrs. Susan Seed, one of the moat suc cessful practitioners of chiropractic heal ing In the city, returned to her apart ment In the Nevada, Broadway and SUty-nlnth street, Friday night, nfter fpendlns a week In the Tombs prison, it was learned yesterday, Sho was re leased In 9500 ball after ihe abandoned Ih4 assumed name she nave at the time of her arrefct on a charge of jhopliftlns. KI Identified herself only after It be came evident that she woulil have to re main In the Tombs at least until Hatch S, o which date she had been remanded fort sentence. Dr. Seed, who Is about fifty years old, and the widow of a business men of Hay Pity, Mich., was assisted In her efforts to HVrt her situation becoming known by two sisters. Mr...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

4 PURR SCENTS DANGER IN CRAIG SCHOOL BILL Corporation Counsel Raps .Comptroller. ' i Tho mind of Corpont!on Counsol Burr dotf no run a,on wllh t,iat of Comp troller Crale. nt least In the matter of the education law. Mr. Burr Issued a lonfr criticism yesterday of Mr. Craig's Mil, Introduced In tho Senate by Senator jltirllnKtmo and creating a board of ed ucation whoso thrco members would bo Appointed respectively by tho Mayor, the .Mdermanlo President and tfle Comp troller. Mr. CralR's proposal; so Mr. Burr ob Jccted, Is "ono solely designed to flx 'up tho control of educational affairs In the city of Now York to HUlt the views of the head ctt the Department of Flnanco (meanlnff Mr. Cralu), without regard to nny correction of the general situation obtaining throughout tho State. It Is far more Important that the StatewWo ovll In city school affairs should be cor rected than that the. temporary advan tage of a particular official (meaning Mr. Craig) should bo promoted in the city of ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. 10 m lit PERSHING AND C0LBY IN LOYALTY WIPUP General and Cabinet Officer . Urge Education of Aliens in Our Customs. j Store Closes at 5 P. M. Women's Silk Stockings Serviceable Silk Hose, with Lisle soles and tops to be had in Black, white and a comprehensive range of colors, exceptional values just now, at $2.66 Ground Floor The Book Shop Announce an cxhibitof itagemodeh and coitume ilcetchei luited to Pilgrim Tercentenary plays and pageanti. A dranut)C eipcit from the Departmy, a' Pageantry of Community Sen-ice will aniwer all inquifiei between 2 and s P. M. Lord & Taylor 38th Street FIFTH AVENUE 39th Street WOMEN ALSO SPEAKERS !:Qround Floor. ; it Drive of Hylan's Committee Ends "With Patriotic Mcct ing in City Hall. Gen. John J. TerehlnK and Balnbridse Colby, named by President Wilson to bo Becretiry of State, both spoke to the ttxt of loyalty last nlsht at tho conclu sion of a "loyalty week" drive by Mayor Hylan's Comm...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN 'AND NEW YOKE HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. WILL KEEP KAISER, WON'T DEPORT HIM Dutch Eoply to Lloyd Gcorgo .Will Definitely Dccllno Request ' LAW BABS BANISHMENT Minister of Justice Says Ger many Is Last Place Kaiser Wants to Enter. 1- t (pedal Cable Dtipalch to Tna Sex ixd Unit yosi Htstm, Copyright, itx, by Tna Box jsp New Voir Hixald. Tjib IUoui.iFeb. 28. The corrpond- ne of tub Sun and New York Ueiuld Jiero Is ablo to present an authoritative outline of Holland's forthcoming nolo In reply to tho peace conference In re gard to the extradition of the Kaiser, as tll oj to elvo a comploto analysis of the official Dutch Attitude backing up the purport of their note, not only ea relates to the present phase, but to any future phases of this Ions drawn out controversy. The Dutch reply will be despatched next week and will bid fair to stand as the final word on the dta position of the Hohentollerns who arc rfiirocH In this land. Theodore Heemsexcrk, Minister of Justice and ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SON AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. 12 be .t6& w AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED 1S13-183S. NEW TORK. SUNDAY. FEBJ1 THE HUN-HEKALD CORPORATION, publishers. 20 Broad wiy. Frank A. Monsey. president. Urvlo Wardman. Vice-president; wai. T. Deert, Vice-president and Ittujnt; H. II. Tltberlngton. Secretary. NrWVfTAMI l-BICBi. Dally. "-nil copy la New York rllr ud abartx and three ' -warns tHraday, Be cents; elsewhere, tn ecou. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION BATES. lUit of Mississippi Klver; One Six .On t . f.n rAafLA Yftp Months. Month. X3AII.T k SUNDAY.. 111.00 t.00 11.00 JJAILY only. .O0 4.-0 .- f-UNDAT only 4 00 3-33 ? BUNDAT only. Canada 8.00 5 35 for til points west ( the MUiltslppI Hirer add 81 a year for dally or dally aod Sunday coitions. FOREIGN RATES. XMILT A SUNDAY.. 828.00 813.30 82.40 DAII.T only li.00 f.00 1.50 BUNDAT only 9.75 5 IS M All cheeks, money or J era, c. to b jasce payable la TB Fua-ueraia. Earepeao EdltWa. Pabllshed la Paris every lay la the year. Pr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

;ND NEW YORK HERAID, SUNDAY, FE)Br6arY 29, 1920, THE .SUN 13 I Greece Shows Her Beautiesin Art Photographs . Government Sends Exhibition Hero Depicting tlio Coun try's Advantages. An art exhibition of remarkable char (,ftr U that "nt 1,ero by tha 0rM,, liovernmcnt, which opens to-aay witn h privato view and to-morrow to tho public In the Grand Central Palace. It ti for tho greater part a recora in ex ceedingly clover photography of tho historic Qreok tcmplea, tho most famous examples of architecture that die world has yot produced, and the In adequately known scenes ' of natural uiuty In Greece, which must have had so much to do with Inspiring the luroes of antiquity, and are to-day an i.niiirnl mi over they were. Thn present oxhlbltlon, which already is been shown In Tarts and had a jireat success there last summer during i he Peaco Confercnce.i Is dcslgnod to ffset tho opinion that Greece la exclu sively a land of ruins. It has ruins, of uiurse, as the photographs show, and these ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

1 I 1 I 1 14 4 THE SUN -AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9; 1920. FEDERAL RESERVE STRIP SULTAN OF HIS BANK STATEMENT.POWRR, SAYS STRAUS THE LOCAL BANK STATEMENTS Discount Operations and Xct Deposits Increase While Circulation Expands. . GOLD RESERVES REDUCED Gain of $50,000,000 in Other Reserve Cash Is Partly Silver Transfers. it Tuc Ses Ni T" H"1" Wamiixctpk, Keb. :, 8uoUr.Ual In rea9 In dfscount operations, accom panied by corrMpondln gain1 In net deposits and further expansion f rra .'ril Ileaerve note circulation, ire Imll rati In the federal Reeerve Board a Mklr bank statement. (M r.vnM hovr further reduction or about 11,000. m andThe lTe of ISMOO.000 In mh'r rewrve cash repreaentu largely a transfer of other accumulated by the Treasury with the vie of meeting Oriental demands. Silver so trawiferred will be used gradually for that purjKw l,r the New York Federal Restrvu Bank, Which U rondurtlng the operation under The direction of the Federal Resene Board. Meanwhile the tr...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NtiW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. 15 VETERAN WALKER WINS TITLE EVENT Silver Haired Dick Homer LomtyWUio l'lnnt in Chnm plonsliip Contest. nidsant Ilcmer, a allvcf holrotl vete ran prIcBtrlan. won the two mllo Metro politan A. A. U, championship walk for union) In mnart fashion from n, llehl of youtiKsterH tl' games of tho Morn ingslilo Atlilctlo Club In tho Twenty n',oml Iteglment Armory Jsat night, Anions thum who Untuned back of the ohl tuner wns William Plant, a youthful inil.ltr of titular walking honors at nev crnl ilimancfs Id'incr took tho lead Immediately the startiT i-tnt them on their Journoy and tttling a stiff pace maintained tho post if honor for three Jnpit, whoro riant li.itfrcd hlR veteran rival. The pair raced in this order vlth llttlo Hpnco between itiem until entering tho fourteenth lap, , hen Hemcr made another bid for li nderihl. After a brief struggle tho j oy pained his objectlvo and going ul ami (Irons finally won with thirty j.inlK to ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

t 16 x THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. i-. i i i if JERSEY CITY RENT "STRIKE TO-MORROW Second Uprising Against Prof iteers First 3Indc 5,000 Families Happy. CITY OFFICERS BxVCK PLAN Municipality Pays Out Its 3roney to Get at Gongcrs and Force Reforms. It might pay the city of New York to take a look acrow the North IUVr nnd ceo what Its nelehbor Jerwy City I do Jn to the rent profiteer. Jertey City rccond renters' strike will start Jp-mor-roir. The first one. the February strike, rude 5.000 tenant happier. The novelty aa well as the effectiveness of thcro re bellions Jles In the fact that they are crranlied and managed by the city gov ernment The city government rays to the ten ant: "If your landlord notifies you of an Increase and you feel It Un"t Justified, don't fay It: we'll take up the fight for jou and If the landlord goes to court and the suit cojts you anything we'll foot the bill." And having said that. It puts all lift machinery to work on the side ...

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