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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

COAAIC l)c pun AND THE NEW YORK HERALD SECTION SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. coi'ritiuHreo ioaj. nr the on.iikh.U) counMLvnoN. ' MniM "TELL ME THE TRUTH RtP WEREN'T You TOO THE MATTER SMVvn nluic HE CAN'T ET TO SLEEP NIGHTS AT ALL that's TTt? r m r &ETTER STO? IK THE NAY HOME TO-DAY HAS TO SAY ABOUT IT TES you'b BETTER DO THAT J HURRY ) the Doctor VAJU V P p ou ISl JUST A MtNUVt, tuik IS THE NY BOY V41V-UE CAt4T 6ET TO SUEEPM16HT5 Ofc THREE O'CLOCK W INSOMNIA ) OK 15 nt WOKVttlNto ' uc U. ACUlSM Aft D 13 nii DOES iLnuu- SCHOOL DETE5T5I 1 cDEI I lti Vi incr Pnl LnAl . -t- tup im tdi icTinrNis HIM LoM b TO FALL A5UEEP) 7" i5m IQWSSp!i--iri rrrr m U'.VK ; " , - . J7 E?LAIMB0 1. .u. .j ixTH , VALUE'S CASE TO X 0 s THE DOCTOR AND U (k , J HE TOLD ME V4HAT Wl V JUST TO SEE IF- OU ttME IHPROVED SOUR. SPELLNi 6 SfCLU "J Ho THAT'5 vWROh46 r 5- "fey 5PEUU MO M-OU rtous ) ( UET ME, X HEAR. SOU SPELL BEsiCH) e 3 - . L t " SPELL HIPPOPOTAMUS J2 EJ t'UL FOLUOVM THEM OUT TO THE Dor 1 , ' 1.1.3 EX...

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

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Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

run THE ST7N AND NEW YORK HERAT,!), SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1020. PAGE THREE. ' ' 11 1 ' ' '"-f ;'CaV n'rO.Vtr I lV TIME HAS COttE I ONE dOR STROKE . .J , , ,'-Sj58 wha-T p i Nice. Mira that awful!! . amd you'll be i f iiiMi Vwfo 5 m3 f fWz DIMMER YOU UcoLICO CAT ' aJoi.ise.' little L,t K Ms WW will (rkle nbHBBMHiHHHH nrttoRSEL moose fKS-iiyygHH v smrTS i K ViiWQ COLD DRV BB Sk? Y I I GUESS HIS HOUTH WATERS now fiuu fclG-HT - WTH THE m REAL STUFF TOO; QT LAST YOU'RE N0W IF HELP out Will i i is m,t,w i i i. mi ri i i i " in... iii i-. - ii .. i in I NOW1 ONE G-OOD 1 ' u ( tifmCH HEREBY 50LMtf INDEED! r ' HERE'S o mce. CRUMBY PIECE OF CHEESE (TVR CALICO - I FOUND IT rt ftrt OLJ3 01OUSE TRRP I OFFER IT TO YOU AS A "5MRLL TOhLEN of ciy R.EG-AR.D FOR YOU Hffiy;) THorik you! M HflmA mouseup f j it TTiin r rrnr i l iic?c2c fvii it:-r lwu mmwm pelic pic y ' VOU WONt BE COLD i MOW in THAT BIG; fAi QNlPT WF I

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

PACK FOTT?. THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, "1920. PERCY, THEY SAY THAT YOU CAN DO ANYTHING, 80 TO ADO VARIETY TO OOP PERFORMANCE? I'M GOING TO PUSH YOUP 'PlPSR BUTTON AND SEND YOU ON TO PLAY THH BAGPIPES - IT OUGHT TO BE A RIOT . jay-fT7s VH NseSJ Vtl 'k AS Zlj ' I A NOISE! thAINtJ 1 PUN' I ) HOOK.' H 1 'fllll! COME OUT OF HERE BEFORE. THE AUDIENCE fgp STARTS RIPPING- UP THE FLOOR TO CHUC ' ' - i ":5v AT vo " ,,"L SAvs ou ! j '""'' y I, YOU OUGHT TO HAVE A"RESCUER"BUTTON SO THAT YOU COULD RESCUE YOURSELF - GOT HIT FOUR TIMES GOODNESS, HERBS ONE! 2.-Z-Z -2. -Z-Z. ! ,UJM IH'I'.M 1 1 . )"IU'M i ml' ' mmuipiu;i i Hi m 1,1 11 O, FROSTED COOK I PS, HE'S GOT-HIS'RESCUER BUTTON ALL SET AND 15 GOING TO RESCUE THAT GIP.L ( JA J f Sit -v- - - - 1 "T 1 1 vi vrn r i - ( PERCY! I (AJL THAT'S ONLY j ' . PICTURE! Uj I t7 RIGHT ON THROUGH? SUCH A HEADACHE! WELL, YOU ADDED VARIETY TO THE PERFORMANCE, r-nv i , ibi. t ww WIOJ CJUwnr TO Db A KIOT: I UU SAY IT WAS ! BUT WHEN YOU DONT K...

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Page 61 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

SECTION S. TWELVE PAGES. AND NEW TORIC HERALD Real Estate NEW YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1020. OopyrigM, JMO, ly t Bun-nerald aorvoraUon. RECLAIMING AND MODERNIZING THE OLD FASHIONED DWELLING i - NS. 172 EAST 64- " STREET ALTERED for OCCUPANCY of OWNERj , fCnnriV J U. l.ilMlirr ilMliMlinMMMMIHIll I III I I I W I PI KiXX VlMrXSNSSJ- ' 1 1 11 1 TYPE of OLD DWELLING WHICH WAS MODERNIZED ST REASONABLE COST. Hi 14-2 EAST 62 no STREET , RECENTLY ALTERED xrvio DOCTOR'S OFFICE end HOME . Two Alterations Shown Give an Idea of What" Changes May Be Made to the High Stoop Residence at a Comparatively Small Cost and Minimum Lapse of Time. With construction fosIk mmv property owners are turning to the al tering of good, substantial dwelling houses. This serves a three-fold pur pose, (1) It provides a modern and up to date place of residence. (2) minimizes the outlay of money and (3) helps to make a "city beautiful." This move ment, which as a matter of fact has been In vogue In tho Greenwich Vill...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 62 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

HOME HUNTING TRIPS THROUGH THE SUBURBS OF NEW YORK j I j v y Itt 9UUH SOOH itfVsitCV npr SHE FIRST FLOOR PLAN. Modified Dutch Colonial House Found Within the Suburban Zone Which Should Meet Requirements of Many Seekers After Resi dencesPartial Payment Plan for Second Mortgage. ' This houie of Ensllih lines Is ready for occupancy and may be purchased for 115,00), Including the large plot of ground on which Jt stands, it has nine rooms and two bath and l situated In a thor oughly high class residential develop ment which Is part of' one of the best known suburbs of New York. By ex press train over an electrified railroad, the section Is twenty minutes from the Pennsylvania station In Manhattan. The house Is prettily sUuated near a park In the mldit o which Is a large lake bordered by woods. The railroad station Is an eight minute walk from the home. If the hard pressed home seeker finds his requirements are not entirely met In this- Mouse, It will doubtless bring some cheer to his or ...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 63 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

RENTAL DEMAND : IN TIMES SQUARE - Many Applications for Space Re ceived by United agar Stores Company in Section. Unprecented demand for rentable space. In the Times square section has created a unique situation, .applications for choicely tpcated quartern being far In excess of the supply. Among the exceed ing few avallablo properties where, space ' can be obtained Is In tho old Acker, Mor rail tc Condlt Building, In the north side, of Forty-second street, Just east of rjroadway. This building was recently leased by tho United Cigar Stores Corm pany of America, as already announced, for a term of years, possession to be given on October 15, next. It Is the Intention of the company to resf rvo a small store, 18x58.9, for the use of the U. R. S. Candy Company, and the balance will be- sublot, as will the uprer portion of the structure. There are several acais penaing. uno large con- cern has made an offer for the entire glance of the grade floor. The figure biferea, ji accepted, -wou...

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Page 64 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

the stm 'and mw york' nm'Aih, Sunday, February 20, r 1020, JiEZ REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. I REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION. noiraEa or OONOEKTBATED, PESUBTEStt . juxmrasiKo. onioiJUTon Of OFEOUL BALES DATS. RPAI. MTATP. AT ATIPTInN. RPAI. MTA1 AT AtrrririM BBAI. BfcTATF AT AUCTION. HfiAL sttlAltt A AWHlUW. BRYAN L. KENNELLY O TITAN U NTWC, "VVIl-L BELT. Wednesday, March 10th, 1920 At 12 o'clock noonyat tho Bxchaago Salesroom, 14-10 Vcscy Ht, N.Y.C. ABSOLUTE EXECUTORS, SALES . Estate of ELLEN MURRAY, Dec'd, 117 WEST 96TH STREET. 0 atory Wat, alia 31,3x100. No w. i Jflfr 1 1 BY EXPERIENCE .Three of the greatest Auction Sales of improved properties ever held in New York in the past were the Lorillard Spencer Estate in 1880 the Aldrich Estate, in 1 905 . . and the Doherty, Estate in 1907. The property aold af these auctions showed tremendous increase in values over the prices which they brought at the time of the sale. The HENRY ASTOR TRUST ESTATE sale will be the greatest...

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Page 65 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

Mm pssw urn the sux and mw youk hehald, sunday, fbbhuaky 20, iosr. CITY REAL ESTATE. CITY REAL ESTATE. CITY REAL ESTATE. JjlTY RESTATE. Borough ot MtuiUattanror Sale, Borough or Manhattan for Sale. Borough of Manhattan For Sale. Borough of Manhattan For Sale. Above Hill HI. to ODtli Ht. (Inclusive). Knst Hirer to .Nor 111 Hirer. Borough of Manhattan-F6r Sale. Above 14th Ht. to 00th St. (Inclailvf), Emit Itlrcr to North Itlver. Borougli of Manhattan For Sale. Above tuth St, 3th At. to North Hirer. Borough of Manhattan For Snlc. Abote lllll Ht. to BOIh fit, (Incluslra), ljist Hltrr (0 Nor 111 Hirer. Above lltli St. to AOth St. (Inclusive). Kust River to North lllvrr. Above 8tli St. atli At. to Worth River. Abort ltlli St. to BOIh St. (Inclusive), Kant nivtr to North River. I .. -s, CITY REAL ESTATE, CITY REAL ESTATE. CXJMJilL THIRTIETH STREET PROPERTIES BETWEEN Fourth Avenue and Broadway WITH POSSESSION Nos. 25 and 27 West 30th St., 40x100. v Opp. Jniissen's Celebrated, 'Well Known, F...

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Page 66 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

.3 : If CITY REAL ESTATE. Borough of Manhattan For Sale, .llmr e tith rib oth Ar. to Worth lUrer. To Tenants of High Class Apartments, By tho purchaso of a building in which you could occupy an apartment you would materially reduce your rent and rc cclro an excellent income on the iuvcBtmcnt. Rentals will ndvnnco considerably for yearn, caused by The non-production of this type of apartment buildings and tho excessive demand; The increase of 100 in the cost of building. The lack of emigration; The scarcity of desirable plottage; Tho large amount of cash required to finance new opera Hone. Wo offer si well-located, modern twelve story West End Corner, with 24 leases expiring OctdGjr 1st, 1020. ?200,000 cash required, tho balance on easy terms. A Ttcclve Story West End. Avenue Corner, with 1G leases expiring 1920. $100,000 cash required. The finest Corner on Park Avenue, with an anticipated Increase in the rental of 7(5,000. Others $25,000 Cash. WOOD, DOLSON CO., Inc. Broadway, Corner...

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Page 67 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

EMS UJ THE STO 'ATO NEW YOBK MlLitt), gtJAT, mmVA&t 3d, 1020. I CIT CITY REAL ESTATE. CITY REAL ESTATE. JITW 0P ClTYt Long Island-Sale or Bent. REAL ESTATEOUT OF CITY. REAL ESTATEUT OF CljTs Long Island Sale or Bent. Borough of Brooklyn Sale or Bent. Qj BROKERS! , ONE FAMILY HOUSES. . KIM 80S 8d at. (vacant), l, oftl'&S m Brooklyn ar f.,000 1007 Eaat iwtu tt, brick n.ooo m taut mi it.. 12,000 16.-.7 Kaat i-Ut It ,. .- Borough of BvooklynSalo or Boat. Borough of Brooklyn 6aIo or Bent, Long Island flale or Bent. Long Island fialo or Bent. i Come Out Today! No Five Cent Fare to Manhattan Beach. It costs 6c on tho B. It. T. to Shccpsncad Bay Station and then an extra Bo on tho Marino Railway running entirely through tho property. Tho 'residents pay tho extra 5c cheerfully because It Is Brooklyn's finest all-year residential locality with all tho advantages of tho ocean view and breezes and tho estra fan project- thtm from the crotcdi. I always advlso my customers who want a spec...

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Page 68 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

TH75 STX AXB YOltK HISItATJD.- SUNDAY. FEBTIUATIY 29. 1920. 9 vast REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY. REAL ESTATE OUT OF CUT. I REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY. REAL ESYATE-(UT OF CHX JS1JL5 REAL ESTATESOUT OF CITY. V7tiifrt rr- Sa J gt Scat r?AL FAT&UT OP CTCY. Westeiierter Sl cr Beat. "Westchester-Bala or Beat i estcheaier Sale or Beat Weitcitxtcr Sale or Seat Wertciesier Sale or Seat. "Wtrtchtsto Sale or Scat. WESTCHESTER SOITTHERH COHHECTICUT-LOHG ISLAND PROPERTIES KiYrjUlALT. tut tfrtZ). Trfs Ct&tajtl ivMttr', a3xat7 Ajtfr T-Cf,'. 7- 14 Ju&tn-S&f. r.usa wu ttt-tVf ! lMSrtrtr, Ur (wf. 1 11., asr tw S ttnrllt, ttww&at lsj. A- ASJMLET FAJSK. 5xitr I m, frwttSar t-t JhM f Vf-uu Z WO. Oars. XyAl VST.U rjvMAxt Isvadty 'l&M V.fiu- ' IX THIS WXTCHIrEB IIJLI". t unit; evssrry i'J. eiwsvfiijsx 3 aui4Bd mKtrn, mei. ;. &. uorTOaU. 'Unit. lata. : VM&n. .frit . (Mr rrrf--. xrvr rjycnrj.tr.. FVt VfVfi la tMntU urt, str '1 wtf. AttWtl'e fM& dw.ttltr, 'va ran Jl rves. 2 U'U im...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 69 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

the sot "Am ftEW roxtic hejuid, Sunday, EBiiuAttY so, 1020, I I A . 1 n 1 ,. . 1 ,. .. iw ..-i-. .i.ii,JLi in --.1 m.i y - II jiii r j1" ' , r REAL ESTATEOUT OF CIW. WestditJtar flal or Bent. REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY, REAL ESTATEOUT OF CITY. REAL ESTATEOUT OF CITY. REAL ESTATE-OUT OF CITY; REM. ESTATE OUT OF CITY; rtEAt ESTATE OUT pMlff.. Weatchedtttt-enlo or Beat. Massachttjiettfl Salo or Heit, Massachusetts Sale or Bent. Now Jeers eySila or Xtant. ' BP a BuW a near Tho shortages of modern homes yrfll compel cxtensivo building operations soon. Why not select a building site in JTioldston now before prices advance? The land values in Pieldston aro definitely established and the future of this accessible park-liko suburb Is fully safeguarded. i In Fieldston one finds tho natural charm of the coun try, .the modern conveniences of the city, opp6rtiini ties for the enjoyment of outdoor: uportB, unexcelled cducatinal advantages, and exceptional facilities for travel to and from the busine...

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Page 70 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

ir TEE StJH WB 2nSVf YOEK HERALD, SUNDAY, FfiBETTABY 29, 1020. ad. I REAL ESTATE OUT Of CITY' f HEAL ESTATE (Hit OF OTf. 1 REAL ESTATfi OUf OP REAL ESTATE OUT OF CITY. I SUBURBAN HOMES, TO LET AND SUBURBAN HOMES, TO LET AND REAL ESTATE GOT OF CITY. FflR SALE. run Sew Jmey Sato c? Sent. 2Tev Jencsy Sda Sent ITcv Tsxir7 Sals Sent jJTew Jeixey Sxlo at Ben I, norid Salo ot Bent it MONTCLAIR! MONT CLAIR! n?K iciDus xenma cop . xzw xone. maas w uuauvrxssu. sn zzzx mnaoinft wnnuxiojr 27.01 ustsa or f nut-nra, nacmsa. caxaustBa c raz tnacaccuaiax vnoxo as jreiVAifl bctiools. FOB RENTAL Attrsrt.'rt' tpvtdnt. 6 neat aUS Uttlmos: bsetasl kr (1MB. Janitor Mirttf. Ttra t UHaMn Uastj, 21 ROfl frus May 2, Jr tr3a.,,,, ,v3V...... sjayovv FOB SALE ?1wl' waod flam; eoo test; carxveaiatt t Lacks, nui Terxdxsl. TnttrCoa Ml 1. 41 R nnO AttraKlrs trtAon, 19 room, 9 Utirwasj $10,UW ctMII urre pie. Staitid star man tad toonAA Hod era ttast raUM, 11 aW! fMifl WtB located, cotea rts'-deaa, 11 choml S bafX. ?...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 71 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

1 if RRAI. F.1TATK WANTPn MM M.i.i , Oh.. .a a i aureouve Bua-llsrald, Snneto, (in at Tour own'ld... work Mil Jm ,u...il..i. Saw with or wltnout real estate; preposition! n-art, start trJetctt inresllg it on. Writ full detajs, 0. V. luynor, l.W UrMdiray. r.NhHK, ii niiuia n. y. lVNBKS. ATTENTiON.-t. coram sslons and Urne will boy for cash, Manhattan, lironr, and Westchester County proptrtlo ef fi de. scrlotlons and sliest dwellings, apartments. asskts fundinq corp.. cor nth v. raiit dlt4oe.t ImmydUUIj or April 1 to IS. Vrlte 8,843 107th at.. Richmond Ulll. New York. RETIRHD Jlaoor. nun will Uvest In several ,wiw ! must bo cheap. TJebovitz. aoa Wot iilrt, ETUI ESTATE. Win (1t cood commliiton for archltKtural work yon aend to my oflke. AHOriirHCrr. a3 tVn Jlarala. Ha "am 7 0a' tunmSAN I'HOPEiraBS. farmi and water inww 01 ftiuua lor aam ana Butxmwn prow 'lli.furniJifd and uufurnltbad, to rent. HUAUVEW 4 MOItltKLL, INC.. Nyack. N. Y. Tba Oldaat. Strorutaat and Lanraat Ajtency In SfcU. y...

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Page 72 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

32 w E0SIS2SS HACES TO LET , SwTSrscrsSe , eaastVnV Jee Jtsr-er o- J GA3TD CESTEAL 7 EAST 420 SX toy r; 2,549 ! ft; fr f(St? 4 sad S rum smarx, HOMER FOOT, J2-, Ajof, ra r af FOR UEASSsesaawj SQjOOO Sq. Ft r"-r3W antUKas. ?--Tafoa. SK Ms r (tors- SfH tVMt A, 1 Hot tUtrt tntA3C m.l Svmmt llv Vfces J- Ja. fm 7m . sent-eir arm awv yr. -ar-- irw Large Comer STORE Alto EAicwanr, Coluxnhtu Av at 105th St CHAS. S, KOHLER, Inc. 'STORE MD BASEMENT 2 Vejtl07tI Street, nnixtx. t iri.r, it tma im h. lUenr UMtvr.Ui. Wt f ! At. kHn -r,vti M JHVu FOR RE?fT Office Space 57th St., iittr Rth Are. ! wi, ft. f 8 a MtfiJion Are,, ?ir 4 2d St. ft A1m 30 t, ft. a jw, ft. 5 vr 10 jtar lait 4th Ave., Near Aator Plata 3,rJ i. it. 2 a ft 'f wr JO r ar 1'rincipnU only. Brown, Wheelock G)., Inc., 10 Caat 4Sll St, Ximr IfMI Jl r Well Locai&a Storei fnr Rmf ( A., ftr tt . Illf Af., r Illh . . . ( A' ... Jf) ., r Ktn Jt ... JfJ Jt r Jt)i J. . . Htk m . ivar A-, at. tit Ait.. fr if. a nt. .......... I. m .....t...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 73 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

I, ' 1 ' I Jl ' ' N ' ''''' " SECTION SEVEN YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1920. QomftMtd, U, ty Xh Bun-BirtU Corptnltoa. TWELVE PAGES.' ' 29, Dreams of Hill and Harriman Yet Be Realized in Full New Railroad Bill Makes Possible a Revival o the Northern Securities Company and an Even Greater Consolidation ' Than the One Planned Almost Two Decades Ago May By RALPH TAYLOR. IN the year 1903' this nation was mqst intolerant of big railroad combines. Northern Securities, that Titan born in the conflict waged between the Hill-Morgan interests and thoso of E. H. Harriman,. was during that year baled beforo the Federal C6nrt bench, denounced as a vio lator of' tho Sherman nnti-trust law ftnd generally appreciated. The realization that tho people will save mbney if the railroads nro permitted to save it appears to have dawned upon- heretofore darkened minds. Combination should mean an . enormous saving to tho big roads of tho country in elimination of duplication of effort alone. This now bill which ...

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Page 74 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

aternity Centres I mi j ... III Ml IN I II IV.- MRS. WILLARD D . STRAIGHT Many Prominent and Influential Matrons Back Citywide Cam- -paign to Extend the Work TlERSONS living in 'IT were surprised recently to Bee a line of perambulators in front of the building numbered 500 and groups of mothers, some with children, going in and out of the door through which formerly passed men carry ing .foara crested buckets. At first, they could not understand to what use the old saloon had been put. . They looked at its clean windows, its fresh curtains, now and then they caught a glimpse of trim uniformed nurses, and they marvelled at the changed expression of the women who entered weary and worried and emerged with hope shining in their faces. Soon the neighbors learned that it was a health station for mothers and infants. .The new maternity centre, opened in a district where the care its nurses givo is much needed, and in an abandoned barroom, has already proved its worth. And the West 126th s...

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Page 75 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE, SUN AND NEW YORK HERD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29,. 1920. WMt the 4 , America n Jew Has Done in Fiction Great Output of Short Stories, Novels and Plays a Present Wonder and Likely to Be Enduring I fWV. SU MfcWC RITA AUTHOR cjf t:rf AjCqOITTAL" V ft. IP not for literary aspiration, though they generally possess it, then ' for tbejr enormous productiveness, Jewish writers are known to every reader inAmer ipajof modern' fiction. This great output of short .Bto'ry, novel and play by the youngerschool is. a present .wonder and, being of. so high a quality, is likely to bo an enduring oria These writers contribute to virtually every magazine and to every newspaper' having a literary supplement. Their books are piled up' in the windows of the book shops, large and small. They are omnipresent and have become so in how brief a time! Scarcely two. decades have passed since Montague Glass began peddling short stories in New York, and now this pioneer, still forward in popu larityis but one in a ...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 76 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

an THE --SUN AND'. NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. Minnie Hauk, Famous 'GahneiiV Penniless and Alone GERALDINE FARRAR " WHO iS the MOST FAMOUS AMERICAN CARMEN of the DAY Br LUCIEN ! ERALDINE FARRAR is known to be n VJT a young woman of enterprise, not only artistio but of every kind. She read in October of the distress that had come to Minnie Hank, at one time the most famous interpreter of the heroine of Meriraee's novel and Bizet's score that the world' had ever seen. It was Miss Huuk, an American soprano, who was scjected to create this rolo in London and New York. Later she sang the gypsy all over Europe and it was probably the best known of the roles in ber repertoire. But sho was not limited to this work. She was an artist of the first rank. Uer last appearances in this city were made at the Metropolitan Opera House dur ing the season of 1890-91. She sang that ;ear in "Cirmen" and "L'Africaine." But her glory came down from an earlier day. She ic now a widow, the h...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
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