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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SOT AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. . I I r - - - - - - - 62 -1 Anniversary lurnilureSale Ludwig Baumann To-Morrow at 9 o'Clock Starts the Greatest Sale in the History of the Furniture Business No such sale has ever been held before. For months past our organization has been sparing no efforts in preparing for this event. Many of the best bargains were secured and set aside for this sale before the great advance in factory prices, so assuring you Savings of from 20 Per Cent, to 33 Per Cent, $1,087,000 of High Grade Furniture and Rugs for $823,00036 great departments, each offering its share of sale specials 1,697 Period Suites for Bedroom,, Dining Room and Living Room 22,876 single pieces are included. The pictures show but a few of the thousands of bargains we have to offer. . , Anniversary Sale of Dining Room Suits Anniversary Sale of Bed . Room Pieces fir;.;.-.; : izp (L $27.50 Coldtn Oik Dreiier $22:49 U9.C0 AmericnW!nut Chiffonier 27.49 $57.50 Ivory DreMtr 4...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

'CM, THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. J8 4 SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL, PARTSOFjraEJORLD - --i "" UM....tti vrrtrnsiAVfl an BTEAMSHIT. KXCCTlglOXB and TO CBS. EIGHT OF 20 SHIPS NOW ON OCEAN ARE BOUND WEST STEEL SHIPBUILDING FOR 1920-21 DELIVERIES In addition to thrco 12-knot tteam.hip. wo Vo Southern Pacific Company, wo can now tako ."gS hlpa of the following pclfied type, for deliverie during ia.i quarter of 1920 and throughout 1921. nacutDC OCEAN FREIGHT STEAMSHIPS 3.000 to. 10,000 D.W. Tont. BULK OIL STEAMSHIPS 10,500 to 15.003 D.W; Tont. PASSENGER STEAMSHIPS 250 ft. to 500 ft. . DOWNEY SHIPBUILDING CORPORATION Arlington, Ftrtcn-Itfancj N. Y. TTT Two American Vessels in the Fleet, One Reopening Ser vice to England. Two American steamships are with tho twenty represented on the chart to day, twelve bound for Europe and eight tor W.s port They are the St. Paul (D-3), one day out and headed (or Plymouth, Cherbourc and Southampton, rcopenlns the regular service aban...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

-V" - f 0 Continued frpm 1'rtcctUng Page, gin Jcronliuo lpO lullci H Capo IIouiiIdb noon Oh ilatro MO nl!lo B Bcotland boon !Jth. kiiiia Ceulla TW) wiles K8W Oupo llcntjr jioott . . . ... .. . . Tons - mm my r ibu ouwu iiiui vc- Vlralnla"w nilln Kl? Jnplter nfjon' Sflth, Waller IlardcnsUe DJ uillei 19 Tamplco noon Wnt Celeron 10 mllea 13 Ambrose 8 AM SStb. Wentcm Ocean iMiicil Sand Key. tnon '.'71b, Welt I'ioI SOU Miles 1) Ambrose noon itTth. Mnti-ro Star lat 15 00 .N. loo 00 23 W coon nuiinffl O Warden TO mllti n Tamplco noon 2,tli. TV O TfSfle ISO rollfi f Jupiter noon 27th, Km M Hurloii pasnedillsttcra 4 I'M 2IUi, Xiffi I '"" H Scotland noon 281U. t PASSED CITY ISLAND. Bound East Ptr Mnhawk, flrniflll for Kostnn. Tun llonald 0 Keeler and Laura M Keeler. tcnluc A twos (at 0:4.1 AM); ltulley, towlug i, 11 Jl Waterman, towing !. CLEARED. IFrora ilio U 8 .Vaval Communication Service. J ir Mlrlilian (Ilt)i London and Antwerp illantlc Tfaiwport lif e, Str Lackawanna (llr). Grangemouth ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

j 2) THE SUN AND NOT TO SUNDAY FEB 2 Bf , r.fI Seasonable bilris UK Km . Sport crepes Both pliin and fancy weaves, self colCr and two-toned combinations; white alto. 40 inches wide. Sport satins Best quality, white. 40 inches wide. yd. '$2.79 yd. From our regular stocks at prices below our already lowest-in-the-city levels. The thrifty woman who is planning her Spring costume cannot afford to overlook the economies in this sale. White pongee suiting Heavy quality, 32 inches wjde. Washable satins $2.59 yd. Excellent quality, white, flesh, pint, turquoise and orchid. 36 inches wide. Crepe de chine '$2.69 yd. White, flesh, pink, tan. Copenhagen, brown, navy blue and black. 40 inchei wide. Fancy Sifts Georgette crepe , , A full assortment of light and dark shades, $2.29 yd. 39 indies wide. Imported silk pongee $1.29 yd. Natural color, good weight for dresses.' blouses or men's shirU. 32 in. wide. . t Colored dress taffeta $2.79 yd. Good quality, a large assortment of colon including nav...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

SECOND NEWS SECTION TWELVE PaSeS Late News iorts Kennels Rod and Gun Automobiles AND THE NEW YORK HERALD KING LEOPOLD GAVE WAMIN6 OF WORM WAR Predicted Fate of Little British Army in 191-Jb Veal's Previously. TOM) DANflEIt TO FJIANCE Back in 1RB7 Started Liege Nuiniii' Fovts That. Halted Germans at the Outset. jjfrtol Cable Deipatch to Tub Sex and New Vobk Hebald, Copyright, MX, by The Bus isn New Yobk Herald. TArns, Feb. '28. Tho publication of prlvato correspondence extending over ten years between Kins Leopold of Bel gium anil August Mario Beemacrt, one time Primo Minister, wherein Is shown that the lato Belgian ruler clearly forc, naw the world war and tried to prevent It, has caused much Interested comment both In Belgium and on the Continent. ' King Leopold's letters cover nporiod from 18S4 to ml. and were confided by M. Hocrnacrt's widow to Prof, van der Jllsscn of the University of Liege for publication. Some of these letters show Cat as early as 1SB7 King Leopold foro taw t...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

! 2 'WOMEN SPEND TOO 'HUGH, PALMER SAYS Cries of Protests Greet Scold lug at Meeting of Demo cratic league. HE WEABS OLD. CLOTHES Attorney - Ooncral Defends Freo Spceh and Praises the Administration. A. Mitchell I'almer, United States At tnrney-General, scolded on audience of Democratic women yesterday for their extravagance, which they resented with protest. The "posslblo" candidate for President, as he was designated by ono of his listeners when presenting a reso lution of appreciation, addressed the Women's Democratic Political League, whose chairman Is Mrs. Lillian B. Sire, lit the Vandcrtillt Hotel. During his explanation of woman s re sponsibility for the high cost of living and how she can reduco prices, the Attorney-General touched on the "Red subject and declared that this country would soon see a succession of soviet nrks headed for Russia. Ho also de fended the Democratic administration nnd called upon Its supporters to con tlnuo lb) reign for many years. It was an unusua...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

N THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1&20. LIGHT TRADING IS RESUMED ON CURB I "miscellaneous markets I Trices Show Small Advances, hut Demand for Stocks 18 XttlTOW. I.ielit buying was resumed yestorday In thn outside market and prices re. spondcil with small Advance. There nus no nroad demand for stocks, bus nws consistrnff mostly of short cover inc. Except In n few oils trading was mmparatlvoly dull, hut a fairly lartre number of focurltlca was dealt In for a short fosslon. In tli oIIh the feature was Pomlnlon, which advanced mors than S polntn on liru-y activity. International Petroleum rrso about 3, but changes In the rest f.f tho list (tcncrally were fractional. Transactions In tlio Industrial list were limned and represented chiefly profes sional trades, with few Important cl niiKcs. Minlnc shares wero dull but firm a-irt trading In bonils foil off considera bly Russian Government Issues re. a, tod furtlicr. Total sales and ranee qf prices follow: INDUSTRIALS...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

N r fisssr THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, Foreign Exchange Securities & Currency Special Analytical Circular upon request. E'W.Wagner&Co. HsSsi it Ch ZlleHisSsi 1I4T, CMceee Members Y. Slcxk Btthaufi Y. Colt en Btchanjt Chicago Board cf rrtit 33 Hw Stmt (&";,') New York Branchtt ( ' J 10J I si Salt 44lh St. Uai. Xv. A 45d . 105 Kill tid Bt. S9 Court Sf BklyH. f twit x unr t iiti tha rlMKUlAbmmu AND COMMENT .MilleRj&Gq Membera ,Nefoh Slock Exchanes.' Securities Bought for In vestment or Carried on Conservative Margin i20BRQABWffif Bnnch. Offices 212 FIB TH AVENUE svee is-swrr L0N0ACREBUIUD1KO H t.cc2"4.sr A-anazwY UEWYORK. Increasing Equity Behind This Stock We offer the common stock of a light and power company which is almost entirely hydro electric. It is able to produce power at about one-half the expense of steam generating companies. A liberal sinking fund provision for bonded indebtedness is con stantly increasing the book value. Par value $1...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

2 THE SUN AftD NEVt YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1020, German Bonds Latest Quotations per each 1000 Marks value Berlin Stuttgart Munich 4 4 4 $13.00 14.00 14.50 Hamburg 4y,' 13.00 Darmstadt 4 14.00 Leipzig 4H 14.50 O&f tecurltlti quoted on rffueif V German City Bond is se cured by the entire tax levying power and property of that city. These assets nre proe; tically mortgaged to the Bond Holder. 1 C.B. RICHARD & CO. n KtlablUlird 1S',7 29 Broadway, New York Tetphonr :,00 Whitehall WE OFFER A Hfgh Grade 7 PREFERRED STOCK with liberal bennt of Common' The Company manufactures a sanitary product which Is considered by authorities the best of its kind in the world. Its 2,000 customers Include the largest corporations, Pub lic and Educational Institu tions: also Departments of the U. S. Government. The Company Is literally swamped with orders and re orders, which necessitates ad ditional working capital. The profits at the present time are running over 253 on the bonus stock...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

g " i 2 TffE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY) FEBRUARY 29, 190. faaaraa AfaAo ScWW 5mber JVeu? For Lads in Annual Games of De Will ClintonM22dReAy BARRINGER TOO MUCH FOR LADS IN INDOOR MEET 1. 1 1 1 "fin ii 1 1 1 i in Holi Up 30 Points ami Win Silvei Cup at Do Witt Clinton Games. ItcKDI IL STAR SPMNTElt Huns Off With iOO and 220 Yiml Events Big Crowd Present. Barrlnger High School, situated on the outskirts of Newark, N. J., swooped down on tho nineteenth annual scholia tlo meet of Do Witt Clinton Bchool yes terday In the Twenty-second ncglmcnt armory, and literally smothered all the local opposition for tho point honors. Amid yells of trlumpli the hoys carried off tho massive silver cup emblomatlo of tho supremacy. Tho Brand total for Barrlnger waa SO points, whllo strn Sllne bravely In second placo camo Mtuyvcsant High School" tvltii ! points, ond Central High Bthoot of Newark was ft. clOo third, vlth 3. In a rather mournful finish Do Witt Clinton, Poly Prep and fit. Benedicts tie...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

a THE) SUN AND NEW YORK HEEALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. Manager McGraw Cables From Havana Offer to Trade Pep Young to the Reds for Eddie Roush and Larry Kopj EDDIE ROUSH AND KOPF MAY BECOME GIANTS jtail Is On With tlio Hcds for Exchange of St;ir Players. Jlcail AW OFFERS YOUNG Oinnts Manager llofuscs to Mnko Even Trade' for Itousli. Confirmation of Ui6 report that nego nations are under way for a biff deal between the Glanta nhd Cincinnati lteds was received hero yesWday at tho local , dices of the Now Yofflt National Leaguo nib from Manager hn J. McGraw In hiwina. Cuba. Tho following cable M5aRo was sent by McGraw to tho ,-nl ullUca of tho Giants: ture.-lor Wlldrlg ot Cincinnati Reds, hi Havana, offered trndo lCddlo Itousli, Keds' Htar outfielder, (or Pop Young, oilr ar outfielder. Stoneham ami McGraw , fused, but made counter proposition to ko L'ddlo Itousli una Larry Kopr, . .ortstop, for Pep Youhg." Tho proposed deal Is regarded as one i croat Import, and U16 outcome Is nlted...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

I Hi 11 I 8 Racing on Track? Far Apart-Dempsey's OF HAYANA TRACK IG-Ycnr-Old Jamaica (L. I.) Ind Has Piloted Nearly Fifty Winners. CAN HIDE AT 99 POUNDS Studies His Mounts and Docs Not Fight Them Whllo in Saddle. IUvan, Fob. 28. The sensation of the season it tho Oriental Park raco track Is Jnmos 8. Carmrxly of New York, the sixteen-year-old Jockcv, who H the winner of more than forty-eight races slnco tho opening of Uip track this year.' Camwdy had his first mount on De cember 11 last In Havana, and already pportsmcn are proclaiming him the best boy that has been developed In several Experts say lie lias all tho abilities und qualities a raco rider should possess, JJo Is a wonderful Judgo of pace, can ride a horso that runs In front or one that comes from behind. Ho never cots overanxious and has hooked up with very good rider here and held his own. Tho lad rides at ninety-nine pounds and is one of tho cleanest Jockoys riding. He rides his own mounts and bothers no ono else. Ho att...

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

9 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1'920. 9 ins Are Set for Three-Year -Old Racer of Speed and Stamina to Eclipse Sysonby's Great Record in 1920 V GREAT RACE HORSE MAY WIN FORTUNE yearly 200,000 Awaits Colt That Can Sweep the- Tur in 1920. .MAX 0' WAR'S CHANCE 'ever So Many Rich Stake's in History of American Racing. llr C.IUNKV C. CUB. With we a Hod money In the Kentucky perhy rubed to $30,000 and other stakes for tirt.-yw-olda increased In value ill along the line a colt welt engaged and good enough to sweep the bonnl next wuwn might win more money than any oho of his age la the history of the Amen- jii turf. Just how much lie would r.i o t j win to beat tho record la jier-lup- uncertain, ulnco the turf guides nd r, Mig manual contuln no such sta t ji p .ailng to tlirce-yeur-olds. With ri cm' g hack further than last season, ti.nvn i, Mr Hurton's earnings of $88,- . iu av formidable mark to nhoot at, h it -ionhy'H total In 1905 must have ) about $125,000, nnd prob...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUX AKD KEW YORK HE2ALD, SCXBAY, FESBCABT 29, W. Maxwell Sdbtirfcan ModeL ROAD BUMPS LOSE Motor Car Owners HKIOrORCflRP. .THJI , JC 4 fetli.lIX 9 J4 ' IX AitW 4 and Drivers awe Ml aumwn -" 1rv bum mi .hT )inw!C M- IflW ( JAZZ-TIME WALLOPi: NEWEST COMBINE jolamtutux 'Wll mix'xw mHhr w ansa yrmrift. grti A Hue -Tk mrairi art. irtHttC i -'T' , -mr 5 nx imam xwr sutxit-rt'. 4.- i M frtixtifx xwl rS taxxtuC txxnw y wxti n fM jiIrnx ixriiiKS" m.f jox x- xxxnv jrt wxIiwC xui KjttA Wii. C5 A I Trait B-JTinx. - J- .tu&7 1 "Vri nhnim. (. - fr-JvcL. i TWx. aheRum. (. eLT4TIiinI COMPAHY lurivil axrr.tix-i - a twww. It - mmurv im4 ht in'm Xunum jkmmn k m SHiatwwmwc at amain wiur .rf Id) 3WW Hnm V (uUr tmxtr-u ! rimer wtsxunrt 'nwi "k -xh uikmiMtA w( nntc J 3& -WJi Kucttay IbuMAUCOM. x mm aft txirmMRtf " jwnr Jwrm Tram. nut. 3t lim- iioii f muihmI raAHrae 5wr " Itr. jsc im laai ifra' tow "'ra Tut m iuitiT 'ttasr -yirtj ffVr W mct t wr' im jfrtitiVUHO'Htx' Sr amSt 1? 5Mi -9Hwf -rwx tr ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORfe HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29; 1920. GET ACQUAINTED WITH YOUR HEW CAR Wipii the Starter Won't Start You Should Know tho flcason Why. nr cmffoiid nnoKAW, Technical Dlrrctor West Sldo Y, SI. C. A. Automobilo School), A'cw l',orfc City, ARTICLE VII. Possibly there may too something more useless about on auto than a eelf-starter which will not start either tho car or Itself but I do not happen to recall what it is. It does balk at times, and it follows, therefore, that it Is necessary to learn how to start a self-starter when pushing the pedal has no effect Dut tocauvo mo peoai does not do the trick t n wero well to remember, first of all, "V that docs not mean that the whole works t out of kilter. It Is on record that one fellow, who found the pedal did not start things and concluded tho whole thin was bad, was amazed when a me chanic next day pullod up tho pedal, which had become stuck so that it did not close the switch, and then pushed it down with regulation eff...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. 12 ORGANIZE TO WORK. ON FARMERS' NEEDS Jioterlic tho Fnrm Unrcan Is Organized hy Scrcral Big Companies. fotorfx-theFann Bureau of America Is the name of an organization which was Lttmcheu' last Thursday at the New York Athletic Club, when a committee cf seven men from the motor truck anl tjre Industries wa appoint"! 'o arrange n mnu mtetlnc and put Into belns a permanent Institution which It U cla'meJ will quadruple tht (arm pro iluetlon of tho tfnltrd States and make the life of the fermer and his hired man both easy and profitable This movement on the start off look j JlVe one In the right direction, btaiwe . It embrace tho two all Important prob. Jms of makln? the land produce more i wealth and eetllnir that wealth to roar-l "Onner and driver of Packard cars k"oducV1,r Pr0(l1 ff Ui m be Iwtlwred little In the future P From everr ajrlcultural State In the' "'lth the trouble which cones from l'-Jon the farm owner complain that...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

SECTION 3 . 8 PAGEl!. ' rWiriter Resorts Feminine Fashions Art Reviews. NEJW YORK, SUNDAY, . FEBRUARY 29, 1920. ovw. mo. iv rn Bmwmas o'orporitU. JUNIOR LEAGUE- READY WITH "MUSICAL MILESTONES'" 1 ' lf ' Three Performances of Mys terious .Revuo to Bo Givon This Week. - TBH Junior League of the City oi I New York trill "como back" oa Tuesday, "Wednesday and Omwday nights of this week- with Its first performance la three years. In tie war years 1917 and 1918 and In the roonotroctlon year of 1919 the league centred Its forces on lntonslve hnmane work and set aside Its dra matics. But th'la'week this Important organisation of younar .women of so ciety that works out problems in phi lanthropy and civics will give way again to a spirit of buoyanoy. The return offering of the leaguo will be an ambitious revue called "Mu sical Milestones: a Quarter Century of Sons and Danco," and Judging from the advance Interest In the perform ances, to be given In the ballroom of the Waldorf-Astoria, a sum...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. WOMRM'S nURS ARRANGING GAY MfCAREME SEASON THREE YOUNG WOMEN RECENTLY MARRIED. ... i ; ! r : VNv -i - i-" zr III MHHHllW t, 'HT III i iSfew BlW 'ft? 'V ?m -ss Z GSr- III IH V .4 ..'la' . I 111 MRS MECKLty POTTS (ssAffAnttSERM fioto ey lampoon ocuoios Continued from First Page ard Paris, which took placa on last Munday In Paris. Mr. Rosen Is a palnt vr and was secretary of the committee in charge ot tho recent exhibition In -,ir!s o: the work of American artists. IKS Is a brother of Mr. Walter T. Rosen, tilio Jaarrlei iSU Lucie Bleelonr Dodee : of Mr. Keli. T. Rosen, who married Miss Mary Bishop Harrlman, and of Mme. Maurice Magre of Paris, whose husband Is a poet V One of the recent weddings was that of Miss Kathryn Thornton Motley, daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Thornton ,Xlver. Motley of 375 Park "avenue, and Mr. Matthew Comtock Jenkins' of this city. It was celebrated a week ago yes terday In the chantry of St Thomas's Ch.uroh by...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY WOMEN'S CLUBS BUSY from PrrccStag Pope. Wmva Frees Club, Haryot ITolt Per PNftJent, ha4 tta annual breakfast MUj Jans Johnston Martin, president of the Leatue of Advertising Women, and the only woman member of the ezeutlvo committee of the Associated Advertlilnc CJube of the World, was chairman of the Jajr. "The Proas" wm tho subject of the dajr. and after the invocation by the Mlht Rev, Charles Sumner Burch, BUhop of Kew,Vork, there was an ad dree by Emma It MaoAlarney on edit ing a column) a talk by George Creel, former chairman of the committee on publlo information, who talked oa pub lie opinion: a dlsauulon of the news paper plcturo tectlon by William John eton and a talk by J. W. CunllSe, acting director of the Pulitzer Bchool of Jour nalism on "Our Scholarship at Co lumbia," "Tho Relation of tho Press to Public Markets" was discussed by Mr. Jonathan C, Day; The New Cltlxen," by Mies Mary Oarrett Hay, and Mr. Fred erlck Van Renssel...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

'4 . 3 THE SUN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. WHITER SEASON AT PEAK IN LAKEWOOD Continuance of Outdoor Sports Causes Many Sojourners to fa lengthen Stay. BRIDGE CONTEST IS HELD (Patriotic Ball and Suppct and Dance Among Other Enter tainments at Resort. larrffooo, Feb. II. With th Lta- eols-Wuhlngton Blrthdtr period over ojoumers are busylnr themielves with social entertainment, which makes this period the htsh tide of the resort ceuon. Ths holiday brought a very Urge num ber of visitors. Winter sports, whlcU till prevail, have Induced a peat many to lengthen their stay for several weeks. Then those who are wont to spend the early spring ftuoa here are beginning to arrive, and In consequence the resort la well filled. The Patriotic Ball Monday night at the Laurel In the Pines and the supper and dance at the Laurel House were the outstanding social features of the week. Mr. and Mrs. G rover Whalen and Miss Molly Kelley of New York are at tho Laurel fn the Pines for a...

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