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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

P THE STJN 'AND NEW YORK HERAU), SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, W Sensational t io velties in odd and ingenious hats : tii .- mA JEtolaw EyoB Viotorlan Hats SSIfli Wo Brims, BEASJHBJ COMBS. JWOIIN 'Egyptian Hat !With Orno jnenta Danglo. to. Phoiildors, i rTisy tlat yon pleas this spring1 an fur us millinery Is concerned. If Too lllco to bo consMeroa on early Victorian you may wear a hat like a nineteenth century heroine, but omit the smelling salts and the lovo affair with a curate. If you prefer Egypt and thlnlc that your type Is slumbrous, subtle and mysterious, then tho milliners are glad tn convert you Into a lady of old Alex andrla. If you like the Russian or rather let us say Slavic, as tho French do not rare to give us fashions these days that are labelled Russia then those who. make heajd coverings will offer raps that look as though they had been ttorn by ancient Georgian priests, or perhaps Jowolled bandeaux and dang ling ornaments that might have been neon on the head of Catherlno ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW OKK HiiiliALD, SUNDAY,' FEBRUARY 29, 1020. 9 NEW WRAPS FROM OLD MODELS, MUMMY INCLUDED - 1 6 "Women of To-dny Appropriate Stylo of Ancient Effj-pt. WlUra are still In htgh fvor and - still they are of the perilous, hairbreadth vnrloty which linn no incorporated fastening. No wonder women, hesi tate to give up tlio nymphllko pose which la produced by clutching one's wrap about ono with a gracefully startled air of hnvlng at that moment discovered a ftuu lurking In the mid dle distance. Thoro aro few postures moro engng- Ins or more truly poollc, and modern ( dress givfa l""e enough occasion ior poetic Imaginings. It Is, howovcr, a singularly romantic episode In tho his tory of a scason'n modes when It can put forth at tho ramo tlmo tho mum my wrap, the Spanish shawl, the cava lier cane, the Moorish cloak and tho altogether quaint and quilted chlnta coat. The mummy wrap Is a remarkable achievement In filching suggestion from unlikely sources. Not that Egypt Is no! gett...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29f 1920. VIEWS. A1NP REVIEWS OF A WEEK IN THE ART EXHIBITION ef Alaska Paintings Rockwell Kent March lit to March 18th AT THE GALLERIES OF , EKnoedler &Co. 556 Fifth Avenue WANTED to Purchase Paintings Br Inncfls Wyant Martin Fuller Blakelock Twachtman Whistler Murphy Weir Early 4merican Portraits EXHIBITIONS 30 Paintings by George Inness J! Paintings by Warren Davis Pastel Portrait Sketches of Children by EVELYN ENOLA ROCKWELL AINSLIE' GALLERIES 615 Fifth Avenue, New York I'lione I'laia 68S0. MILCH Galleries eAnnoxmct a Special Exhiiti of ' Landscape Paintings by ' Bruce Crane March 1st to the t3th 108 West 57th St Adjoining Lotos Club EiUblUhed 1 1 1 1. Scliu 111! eis Galleries 425-427 Fifth Avenue at 38th St. Telephone Vanderbllt 3S1T AMERICAN & FOREIGN PAINTINGS Downtown Galleries for Paintings, Prints, Framing 142 FULTON ST., put EAST of BroidViy E. GIMPEL & W1LDENSTEIN An EXHIBITION of RECENT INTERIORS By WALTER GAY To...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

is 8 THE 'SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. "t'J " '' '..iii . '-.-" - ' '''"''i''1' 11 11 llL. '. ' '"" - 1 ." 1 1 - 11 . . .' ; l :- .' -,.ngvi-a i bboOULTN ADVETI8EMrNf8. III .FLYING A POPULAR SPORT AT BERMUDA Sojourners Enjoy Being In Itiated Into Becreto of Oloadland. YAOUT BAOE9 FEEQUENT Dances Held in Connection .With Arrival of Warships at Hamilton. tpttiUi Cfrttfednc to Th 8m in Xiw Tour. Emu, HAMS.TOX, ptraudi, Feb. 10. Much ladtrnaUon fcu ben felt Is BerniuiU at th report which fcaa retched the IsUada to tii effect that penoni it- tlrtmt or TlHUnr the colony were fceinr Informed bjr oroe American tourUt agencies that the hotel were fulL Bach a itatemeat, If made to any proipectlve traveller, haa been Incorrect There la ample accommodation In the Bermuda latandi for many more vliltoni and the Furneu-Bermada lino Is to operate another eteamihlp, the Fort Victoria, on the route In addition to the Fort Hamilton, at present maintaining the eerrlce. The additi...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

a PAGES . CECIL LBAN 37?9 S3 CLEO MAYFIELD in "Look who's herb" Heroines on the Stage; One Bright, One in Gloom Br LAWRENCE REAMER. OF the three ladles that the public bad the chance to meet during the past week Carlotta Peel was undeniably the most Interesting. She was In the first place the best dressed. When It Is known that she fortunately fell to Miss Elsie Ferguson as her interpreter, nobody will doubt that this artist in music as well as in letters was well turned out. Indeed, as the gushing young admirer of the pianist she seemed so smart as to be destructive of all Illusion. Tho swarthy mob which besieges the platform at Carnegie Hall and even waits on the sidewalk to see the divinity, pass out is familiar. It is rarely beautiful in its units. Less frequently Is lt,we!l looked after. We know Its shiny .fur coats and Its cotton shirtwaist? Sfltti the. machine embroidery. There was nothing of this general shoddlnessr -about Carlotta 'ot the Five Towns when she started out in ...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. "Mary's Ankle" Adapted for the Screen; PLAYS HERE PLEASE Dickens-and-Jazz Opera "Other Novelties at "Movie" Theatres LONDON PRODUCER for Arthur Hafnmerstein Mist AtlCT JOYCE in 'THE SPORTING DUCHESS B.3.M03S' BROADWAY "Partners of the Night," De tective Story, Among New Pictnres of the Week. NOTHER comedy week will be f-K held at the Rlvoll starUnp to day, when Douglas MacLean and Miss Doris May, the Thomas H. Ince costars, will appear In their third comedy, "Mary's Ankle." This Para-mount-Artcraft production has been adapted (or the screen by Luther B. Reed from Miss May Tullya play, which had a successful run In this city. Lloyd Ingraham was the di rector. Charlie Chaplin's picture "The Count" will bo revived. The custom ary Incidental features will include Adam's overture, "If I 'Were king," and solos by Emanuol List and Miss Itenee Wlleone. . A detectivo story that is promised to be out of the rut -is Leroy Scott's "Part ne...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

Helen Keller Tells of Her Novel Sensations on Stage Although Blind and Deaf Sho Scorns Supremely Happy as Sho Talks to Audience FOB exemplification of the power of the human mind over ma terial obstacles the incidents cuea ana theories expressed by Blr Oliver Lodge and other scientists nnd psychics eceni to bo mcro rplquant farce compared with tho demonstra tion of Miss Helen Keller last week at the Palace Theatre. Many of theso lecturers have audi ences that go to a locturo to hear their 'own theories encouraged. That makes It easy for tho locturer. At tho Palaco .va'udovlllo theatro on Inst Monday ntternoon, after a clover act of what Is termed "sidewalk pat ter" was finished and applauded, tho electric pro&rammo announced "Miss Helen Keller." Probably every one In tho audience had heard sotno tlmo or other of Helen Keller, blind, deaf and dumb from the ngo of nineteen months, who after battling with tho Imposslblo for years has learned to spoalc But It was only a dim, far off...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

AMUSEMENTS. flRDADWAY Dd 40TH ST. KVKNIN'IS AT 8 30. Mattnrra Wed. ft Hat, at 230. ATH MONTH! U CHAIHX8 FROHMAN Pre-enU ETHEL BARRYHIORE IH HER OKEATE8T TRIUMPH "Declassee" - Br zoc akLss "A I on tout performance." TrOmnt. John Drinkwatcrs ABMAH LIKCOUip CRITERION THEATRE, BVay & 44 St. SPECIAL MATINEES Tut... Wed., FrL. 2:20 JOHV D. WILLIAMS Presents Beyond tjie Horizon "A Oreat Drama." Times', "Finest Drama of tha Year.'' World. $M$-i THE MOST Em TIME' MAtfirW' J ICORT If Mr.j vwf Mm sre tW6z(&: r . 1 1 1 THEATRE. BNm Knickerbocker fcJifwStic.a.. ALL THE WORLD LOVES A GOOD. CLEAN, WHOLE SOME PLAY IF YOU DOUBT IT, FOLLOW THE CROWDS TO THE KNICKER B0CKER AND 55PR GOING ON A SUMMER VACA TION TO CAPE COD TO SEE THE REFRESHING COMEDY. 'SHAVINGS.'" Wednesday Matinee. Entire Orch, $1.50; Balcony. $1; 2nd Balcony. 50c Saturday Matinee. 50c to $2JX. Night. 50c to $2.50, BELASC0 STARS IN THE B EL A SCO THEATRE Wat 5J. lotf. Thuridav A 5tluriiv FOURTH U0STH! -BABE. REAL THRILLS." . C...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

"wY ?tlSp ")Tr. ' THE STJN 'AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920; OPERAS AND CONCERTS COMMENTS AND DATES Concerts of the Week BUND AT. Philharmonic Socletr, Carnetfs, I p. jj. Maximilian Itos, Tlollnlst, Carnerfe, 8:16 i, n. Anica imbry, soprano, Acollun, 3 P. M. Mario Mlkova, pianist, Princess Thrfatris. 9 p. M. Edwins Behre, pianist, Car riole Theatre. 1:16 P. M. Opera concert, Metropolitan, S:S0 P. M. John McCormaok, Miss Mary uwuuu una unicagro lUrenostra, Hippodrome, 8:15 P. M. Cham- oer musia concert of Music gi reopie's Institute, Washington Irvlnjr High School. 8:15 p. m, MOKDAT-JJme. Olfa Carrara, so prano, Carnegie, 8:15 p. m Italph Leopold, planlat. Aeolian, S P. M. MarUia Phillips, song recital, Aeolian, 8:15 p. M. TUESDAT-Mroe. WlnetzUaJa. song recital, Carnegie. 8:15 p. m Maurice Dumesnll, pianist, Aeol ian, 3 P. M. New York Cham ber Muslo Society, Awllan, 8:15 P. JL Mme. Emma Van de fre 3Prran0' Princess Thea- ffEnE8nAT.--KvenlnB Mall con cert, Carnecie Hall...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE" SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. Books and The Book World Ludendorffs ExcusesJDefeat German Commander Is . Shown as Poor Loser By ' CORNELIS De WlTT WIT-LCOX, Cstsoel United .fUtes Aimri rrofwr of Modern Uuifiiacw. Vfti rotnt. LTJDENDOnnrS story Is a pie In avoidance. III purposa !s not th8 tblUbrant of the truth, fctrt th establishment of a can. In his prta'nutlon his work naturally tails Into two parts, deallnc with the eastern and the- western fronts respec tively. Equslly naturally do these differ In Interest and Importance. It Is even possible to feel that his account of the eastern operation Is valuable In Itself. Sere, moreover, he Is not without the Craee of truth; for example, he admits Chat his treat victory of Tannenbere would have been impossible had Von Hennenkampf merely marched his army Sot-ward. This obvious truth, of course, brings Into rrtlet the audacity of his plan, unless, tndeed. he had private In formation that Von Hennenkampf would sta...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

4 THE, SUN AND NEW YQRK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920, John Coumos" Powerful Novel Reviewed & 'A Phillpotts Allegory "The Mask," Panbrama Of a Child's Impressions rpo report that a novel leave the J reader breathless will porhaps make a seasoned reader of book reviews mnllc but It lcaerlbn faithfully the effect which John Courno's Tho Maslt hss had upon your reviower. So power ful la the reallam of Uila novel that to go tlirough it is not oniy to witness but even to experlonco tlie uonsatlons of a hire In the Uvea of Its tragic charm; tors. It til the story of the Gombarova. a family of Ituoslan Jews ; particularly of Vanya uomDarov, wno is a Doy or deli cate perceptions, profound emotions and remarkable imagination, a boy who sees life and the world through a psychologi cal magnifying glass, bo that such a life as Vanya leads In to him enlarged and Intensified In Its dltllcultics and terrors. It starts In a Ituuslan town, under conditions of pronporlty, with ser vants and t...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. Notes On a.J L til 0MflMS fnm Fwrttanlh Tag. oercM. Mr Bradley t cm stx lands bar ttaa&sents) yottnf Junertoaa in tha harera of ths tmaerln Turlc bent Bpoa xnsJdnj; off with tba Turk" in tancieel briie. XU'a cascbt at tt and they wall hla up (Un Dtts. oat of Cis flx. hs fail Into aaothar, and, then eaothex. and so on throuih S24 put. In ViOa ZUa (Dutttra) Btaart Heary giro us rather aplneleaj yours; Aiier Inn and the Oennan family whoa paylai guest ha la shortly befW the nr. Tba Qermacs, who ara dlsg-ust-tnr. ara'obYtotuly drawn from mercury with Intent to typify their race or na tion. The American Anally percatTea their unloTellneta In full. Ha rets awar aa tha war beita 1 sarin r yon with a feellrr that If ha had hid more force) of character ho'd have lot awar ranch earlier. A Thriller and st Crawls. Where Dead 1e-i Walk, by Henry Leverage (MoSat. Yard), la the New Tork -underworld" thriller, with as acrted crooks, an opi...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

tttt AND NEW YORK PICTORIAL SECTION PPTIOM r nrurBArcrc NEW Y0RK- SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. k-,-'v--, i 1VJ1N J HlvJrl I rrVJllO Coi'viiuht, mi, SunllrraiJ Corporation. umtmKMKBSKKSS n?s'(ic,lt ,nc United HiHIIHHHHIHHNrr iflHHjR iMB jKHHIIIIHIHHHKga Vt States and tlie Rev. Ju- HHHHHjHHHHHHjHHHHHD Jr'jSgHHUfFjKKB HBBjNk. fljHEIIBi "s Birthday ser- B 7jliHjflHHHHHHHHH HJjjjjSfiuy7 Legion's HHpf77 . MWSTT- nHBHIHHIllHHIiHH Hr r9BH7 the Hippo- , jPHIf i I iBB jAy (lrnmfi t0"nipht l f. JViv Mrs. Martin Glynn, wife of the former Governor of (S ' VvBp dEHfUEBBp yy-j New York, who is being lavislily entertained in Washington. Sli-jJ- Coflin containing the hody of Admiral Robert E. Peary, discoverer of the North Pole, leaving his Wyoming avenue home in Washington, on the way to Arlington Cemetery. Photo, International Edward Stafford, -Ir., only grandchild of the late Ad miral Peary. This hoy's mother was Marie A. Peary, the "snow baby," born further north than any other white child. Copyri...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. The Temple of Poseidon, at Sounion. hiph on the cliffs at the extremity of the PeninRula of Attica, was a landmark for the mariners who traded with the East. Glimpse of Candia, on Crete, the native island of Venizclos, the Grecian statesman. The fort was built by Venetian traders to protect their commerce. Their admiral, Francesco Morosini, defended himself there for three years before yield inp it in 1669. CI aJiic Mount Parnassus, around which centres the lore of ancient Greece. The view is from Zemennn on the Peloponncsian const, across the Gulf of Co rinth. Mouse Island, or the Isle of Death, off Corfu, largest of the Ionian Islands. Corfu was hospitable to Odysseus when shipwrecked there, according to Homer, nml to the Serbians in their worst hour of trial in the Great "War. Z?7 XyM-l H Mi mr nr I As At "V Pnrn, famous in the history of modern Greece for its steadfastness apainst Turkish rule. Its inhabi Hints enme from Ro...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. lBKBBBmS'wiSSSKaSBF nllHHHHHHHaffiHSHHHP announced, and her k 'iMOiMHESBHK;" SSPi 3 The WillowH, the Olen Cove (L I.) Home of her parentH, rX J. "tlKik WaIS H Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Fletcher. photo not to studio x NVJ'v3(v CQa- '

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 29, 1920. Landing u flying bnnt on tlio ii-p instead of in the water is a delicate tusk accomplished by Pilot .Music of the Acro innrine Plane and .Motor Company of Keyport, N. J. Up to the Minute Ideas in Airplanes 8 Luxurious interior of v i 1 1 e Wriifht V aerial coupe, latest product of the Pav y x':- T:,rfr77 ton Wright Company 1 Jill This Tliomas-.Morse transcontinental, which carried 1,500 pounds of mail GOO miles without a stop despite win try weather, will be a feature at the Aircraft Show in the Seventy-first Regiment Armory. 4? 'if., 3 558 y' D T Building the largest freijiht carrying airplane at the L. W. F. Corporation's plant at College Point, L. I. Tins monster machine has three "boats' and is unique in aircraft production. ' Sf.i-HmiitD Photo. Goodyear pony blimp, first commercial civilian dirigible ever built, about to fly to the Air craft Show. E23S One of the most wonderful and beautiful airplane pic tures ever taken: ...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

4 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 11)20. 1 1 Ml Snow did not worry this merry grandstand party at Lake Placid, and every feature of the skating carnival roused their enthusiasm. Miss Constance M. Vauclain of Philadelphia, ardent horse show exhibi tor, who will take a string to the great Olympic Show in London next June. The horse is The Whip, a chestnut hackney. copyright. Ledr Ph'ota if

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NteW YORK HERALD, SUNDAi, FEBRUARY 29, 1020. lilllllillllil I IIIIIII1II11IIIL GarrcctVlppard&fltijmen&MUsct Fifth Ave. at 37th St. New Sports Coats or Steamer, Sports and Utility Wear Very Moderately Priced 602- Scotch Plaid Coat in Tuxedo model, with Self fringed bottom; smart patent leather belt. Sizes 14 to 20. 16.75 603- Handsome Polo Cloth CoBt n Tuxedo model, trimmed with Self-fringe and patent leather belt. Sizes 14 to 20. 18.50 Mall or phone oriert (I en prompt an I careful altn'.ln. raSend for Our Spring Fashion Books- BENNETT RE-SETS DIAMONDS In I'latlimm or ltk rthite Oolcl latest sMe hfxgn sciilmi i'iokn llku - nl.ii huim tike mutual! ill), tut )nur M'll'.ilrr or i to 7 Ninnll iM.it ii'tvts COMPLETE $Q.M Only . . O Itrau I U 11 1 riutlmim Srttlnat. H.i.1 In Hi LI Dmmundi Uougtu und Sold for Cath 175 Broadway till llnnr at t'ortlandt Ht. Reduce Your FAT (iriCKI.Y BY I'HINO Cosi Obesity Cream led eiternsllyi htnnlrst for lull) men noil nomrn. No lining...

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. rCJ '".. ' 1 1 1 II 1 I I I 1 I 1 ' ' 1 ' a 1 I a 1 I, 81 Machines and Films Furnished for Evening Entertainments, Etc. Motion Pictures laKen oi oocioj oichu "i"un.- aiumc A Gift for the Whole Family For A Lifetime The New Premier Pathescope FHcfcerless "Safety Standard" Motion-Picturo Projector Embodle teien near of iucceful experlenc gained in the imrUi-ui-Je tale and me of otr 10,000 former model In exeluthe City and Country Hornet, .S'cAo-Ws, Clmrchet, Club and Commercial Establishment. Our Annual Clearance Sale of Used Patheacopeg and dircontinued rrodeU prt.oH. an crrortt-nity to ecur a machine at a considerable savin.. Call and in them. The New Premier i ti peat tn irrprovernent over the former rrodeli at the modem self-ttarting. htgh-powerrd lirnouiine i) superior to the auto o( ten can ip' ttmpte that anybody can operate it So eaquutely built that it pictures amaze and delight the expert critici. 5o safe with Us narrow...

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