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Page 77 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

I. T. Busk's Monumental Success Won By Keeping Men Happy inTheir Work la BUSH MAXIMS. The less we think of our own food qualities and the more we make o( those ot our friends and associates the better for every one. The most successful selfishness in unselfishness. y Don't talk about your own good qualitiesgive your friends a chanc. It is good to both think and act, hut dc the, first anyway. More men have talked' themselves but-of a job than into one. Conservation is a valuable thin:; save it. When you criticise your own organ ization remember you are a part of it When you find something to criti cise in the organization tell me. I am interested the public is not. It is better to get a headache chas ing an idea than a sore head nursing a grouch. A little idea may make a big noise, but a big noise never made even a little idea. . Don't chase a customer too hard. You may be out of breath and ideas when you catch him. Don't let George think for you. Give yourself a chance. 66 A GROUCH ...

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

6 Official Records Cut John Shell's Age From 131 to 97 Years Truth About Kentucky's Much Exploited- "Oldest Living Man" Revealed by Doctor's Inquiry Br I. L. NASCHER, M. D. "S EE John Shell, the oldest living per son in tho world. Ago 131 years. Admission ten cants." That tells the story. An enterprising lawyer came across a de crepit, weak minded old man who had no idea how old ho was, and by the promise of "bnshels of money," induced the old man to Accompany him to fairs to be exhibited as the oldest man jOn earth. Knowing that it was impossible to obtain exnet data as to ' Jbhn Shell's birth owing to lack of official records, and the difficulty in reaching per sons who might throw somo light upon the matter, his exploiters found it a simple mat ter to fool a gullible public and a keenly receptive press. For several months past newspapers throughout the country have been publishing lengthy accounts of the ancient Kentucky mountaineer, his mode of life, his viows and other interest...

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

The Batrol, Gallant 7 t City's Harbor Guardians See Vessel Retired With Regret After Eventful 27 Years THE work of the police boat Patrol is tnct displayed by Commissioner Wallis in flnlandd. Fox tw entv-soven vcars the convincing tho Naw Department that $1 little steamer fought river pirates, extin guished waterfront fires, preserved order along tho city's 579 miles of river, harbor and ocean front, saved lives, resoued drift ing boats, guarded ammunition barges from rpics, welcomed troops homo and per formed multitudinous other services that no ono would over suspect wero tnsks of tho police. But now a bigger and, on paper at least, a better boat is replacing her. Tho men of tho piarino division, from acting Captain James W. Hallock down, ii ro really sorry to see the Pa rol go but feel that now a the time to bank her they Arcs, for never will sho be nblo to exece'd the glory of her last great deed. It was the police boat Patrol which, with engine clanking and clattering and shaki...

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

IT , THE SUN AND 'NEW, YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. 8 McAdoo and Gorrigah Tell Why They Free Gamblers K 1 'I Police Censured for Arrests With out Evidence and Their Motives Questioned tS common -gambling Jn New York on . 1 the inoreasef Have higher wages, shorter hours and n general relief from the strain of war time existence cofnbined to effect an increase in the amount of time and money devoid to the pursuit of the Goddess of Chance? Or has the evil been suppressed to the "irreducible minimum," as Polieo Commis sioner Enright in recent statements has de clared! A study of tha records in half a dozen of tho Magistrates' courts throughout the city and of the, rulings of thelffngistratcs themselves would seem to indicate that the answer to tho first two questions should be ;in tho afllrmativc. Commissioner Enright says "No! Emphatically no!" "Furthermore the Commissioner declares the failure completely to eradicate the evil in its every phase from the corner crap games in...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 81 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE "SUM, AND, , NEW XORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920; .;,9 5 New Court WHILE it may et be pesdBle to re toro tho villfe-Hke eunrrnofew York's Oity Ball Park as it is pictured in old prints, jot a long step in the direction of sylvan pence is to be taken slaralta.' nooualy tvith- tho erection of the long de layed' new court house oh a site bounded by Pearl street, CU Hall place, Baxter, Worth ntyd Centre street. A myriad of Now Yorkers who tfcerith their eity with love and not pride sserely lmvo suffered from the-crowding of the fa mous old park with architecturally Insig nificant and .imperfect buildings. These are shortly to be xajtcd; the Supreme Court building, commonly known as tho Tweed Building, will foil and release the view from the north, yhlle the bulk of the Post Oluco, crowding in an ugly fashion the southern half Of the park, is to go without n Eigh from anybody. So also will disap pear the brown box which used to be called grandiloquently the Hall of Records and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 82 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

10 By FRANK VREELAND. THE movies, ojice scorned by theatrical managers as beneath their notice, , have now come to be a.forco to be reck oned with1 in the life of the theatre. As the fifth industry in the country it has ap peared to some managers that the flicker drama was likely to overshadow the spoken drama yea, to gobble it up. This dread has been coincident with the introduction into the movies of large financial elements not heretofore identified with this business and the entrance of the large motion pic turo . organizations' into the sphere of theatrical, production. . The Famous PlaycrsLasky Corporation, for example has bought up Charles Froh man, Inc. . The Stage to Be a Feeding Trough? It is averred that the movie concerns that aim to produce also spoken drama will use it primarily to exploit dramatic works that arc designed chiefly for ultimate consump tion in the films. The theatre, it is feared by some prophets, will become little more than a feeding trough for the mov...

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

THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNAT, -FEBRUARY 29, ip20. Rare Burns Portrait Found in Dundee Aktist- Vas William Anderson (1757-1837), and Indications Are That He Painte.d , , , the Scottish Bard From Life Wall St. Women's Club Fills a Great Need Raises Morale of Girl Workers by Broad minded Policy and Desirable Association With Leaders in Business World ipttlal Comtranfanlt if Tin Son Aim NtwYonK Ilium. London, Fob. 15, 1920. AN original portrait of Scotland's na- tion'al' bard, Robert Burnt), has been discovered'. ' Tho picture is the work of an artist named William Anderson (1757 to 1837), jind. evidence-, goes to show that it was painted from life. The, discovery .is pt immenao ;importnnco to all admirers of Burns, for it gives an en firfcly new conception of "Rabbio," tho poet. Thb owner and finder of tho valuable. relio is tV. W. Gray, a British Scot,, who lives in England, but is, also a domiciled Scotsman with a residence at Tbornliebank, Renfrew shire. Ho found his treasure ...

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Page 84 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

I1 THE SUN AND NEW YOJRK HERALt?; SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920. 1.1: Parole Board's Human Touch Reclaims Erring Br W. A. DAVENPORT. , IT is 3 o'clock of an hitherto uneventful morning. Patrolman Mulvnncy, vIiom? bailiwick extends frorfi Tliirty-fuurtli street lo Thirty-seventh, is ponderously mid with' vast dignity plodding his way northward, his fingers interlaced across his linn stoni nch and his locust stick dangling free from his wrist. Not a defllcr of respectability has invaded tho Mulvaney beat. The street, save for an occasional eminently respecta ble lady and gentleman who have partaken of an. evening's entertainment at the house of friends, is barren of feet except tho of Mulvaney. It being 3 o'clock, Mulvnncy dei-ides it meet and proper to carry out instructions, and give a look into vestibules and dark recesses at the' entrances of and between buildings. It is a thoroughly nice neigh borhood boasting of nice people of com fortable incomes and the habit of wearing watches, c...

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Page 85 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

PR wvwiwi mmu 11 , rWa,.o.s-.)ss,r..ssjs-y-- im yjst xewtork herald lassifie !d Jrm and Garden , SECTION H. EIGHT PAGES NEW .YORK, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, IMO.oopWsm, mt, iv the sun-mm corporation. Cooke, Ac. COOK. French, flnt elm, wishes position In mail family; apartment preferred: city refer encea. T. (I,. 421 Hunt 11UI1, aparimcnt 47. COUPLE, butler, wife good cwik "references; take full charga sinali family; country pre- irrrtsi. i1rw ,ki nr., apartment aa. COOK, Swedish, vomjietent, economical man . ager, for accommodations Id ilulljr, 2,103 1.111s av 1 1 mu i, enre of O'Brien, COOK. Krenchj flnit cTa?amlli reference! Vtagc 173. L'llua, 320,AVcat Hlh. COOK, can wash, tirlrnte family; refer-, ence. 43 3il ht flmt jell. , ' COOK', ImiiIsIi woman, wishes work by day or pan of day. 21)3 West HTtli at, candy store. COOK, experienced; good lukrr: American family adults; rcferenco. 227 East 40th at. COOK, first claaa, Swedish; beat refer sncca. a. p., iu isaat C3d at., dir. FRENCH flra...

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Page 86 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

-fler"H THE STjft AND -N"EW YORK HERALD, 'SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1020. HELP WANTEDFEMALES, HELP WANTED FEMALES. HELP WANTED FEMALES. HELP WANTED FEMALES. HELP WANTED FEMALES. WANTED FEMALES. SZQCIBQ tecs BZSTIOZS OF MTLTJNT'TU! lMPROVBaS I flFLOYHENT DEPARTMENT, S JUST MTUBT. SOOESCEPTB, DOUBLE ENTRY. TRIAL BAIsNCB CON TROLLING ACCOUNTS) CONGENIAL EM PLOYMENT: lCCELLE-ST OFFOBTUNITX, AVEDON 00.. 418 STO. BOOKKEEPER, trio underetande etenogrspEy. with old established smalt concsmt opportunity tor advancement is to salary: position mora u private secretary to head of firm, who requires exceptional references ts to character: vacancy accure pa account or severe Illness of present wax c itwoea ana vaiuea occupant; uunuau only. hT (v., 132 Herald Harlem. B(MKKKPtt and typlit. with experience In uuuuio tau7 idq vooiniuus account! ana laui knowledge of stenography, (or permanant poil tion. with excellent . cbancea of advancement; Chriittan, with initiative and self-possession. Address In own...

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Page 87 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

Iu1JPTPEimE3. HELP WANTfiFEMALES HELP WANTEra (JjELPJYANT W WANTS B1SSJV VbtyTBJEJM, XTMS 410 ST4 asm nuuil TKSsde ft Mercttit iegrjcrlexctst iUUBBTTOUIBN 1 ill MWvtas Uparlmenti;- norma mi vvwrnma. ART bUBSOtMEBtt hkCW and TBtUUfOB, ireaBmsuttt NOTIONS, SU.TEBTr.AltE, feOOKfl, BOTS' HAIB. trktttt pail Us us otter rood ulirlet, rll wmmWaii ttlui alst lift Iseurtuc. AL30 VACANCIES niCUANDI3B PACKER! Vaeandtg tor gitU over 13 for wrapping inrceli; eiperleucsi unnee essiry; permanent posltlout to those who qualify. Apply niter S A. M. to Superln. teodent's office, tUtu Coor. stenographer, touno lady: large insurance christian hum uah permanent POSITION roil AN ACCURATE. IN- 'rlluuknt stenographer: statu kaiiakt. nationality, refer kncch. b. g 110 herald tul- ION bT. BmNoa oa rural for luxe Bli it. publishing: house: pleasant working eondltlona; cliauce for advancement; bun 8:30 to 4r30: Saturdays, 12:30: cbiirob. references rmulred: salary 112414. Call les Ue's.' 223 Sth ar.. near 27lb...

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Page 88 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

HELP WANTED MALES. . box i&utmik m ttmua or A roi. WW BILK. HOUHHI MUST OH onr. AAtiirrious AND CHRIS TIAN, 11BIWKEN TIIB AOES OP U AND U: GOOD SAIART AND EX. CKIAMNT- OPPORTUNITY FOR AD VANUEMIKT, WRITS K. W BOX 2. L3M BROADWAY; HOT WASTED, IN KM r TUB onflCB OF , A WEM. XOWN BlpC UOU8JB; "MUST UK IUIIUT. AjUIJTIOI;. AM' CHRIS- OF , A hrtimil TIA.S1. nCTWHliN THK AOES OF Id AMU 18: GOOD SALARY AST EX. CKI.LE.NT OPPORTrMT) FUR AH- . van cement, whin: K, V BOX C2, 1.555 BUOADWAYv DOT 11 TO M XEASS. Da!ralae room, brrt naoaficturtij; ooscari. a villi drascbuaj; aiperlccca prelrrrcdi aalar to atart 110: excellent opportaoltj for adranc. meat. Aralr autlair reitreiH-e aa4 eiptrtcoce. Write C X. 'M Cable DclUJor. HOIS. 1115 TEAUS, ft K AM MAR SCHOOL OEADUATE. christian. ri:iiMinsa houkb; 112 STAItT; HI'INimi orrouTU MTT VOa AnVA.NCnME.NT. PHE.NTICE HAU, INC., TO STH AT, BOY, anWUoo, as nworer lo sewrpaper office; nut arr fixxi retereocei, n eteajy ana rcu.i ab!e; lt oprwrtoollj to ri...

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Page 89 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

tyM. AND WWW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBKUAHY 20, 1020. mi wauted-mmjes, ,-MVVJ UUMAH .IMAM eem isaunfac' MM tialties. Haw Ki,l tutu , MW xorlTc i Kd vicTH iumi, rar suture s to Basil popular tnake motor track. caa, two JKJa lo per cent; good opportunity Iwllr POffrBBjOlOSKAiX CO., lft,?J.,,54,.,v,tol.',l 'or national d strttm. i?.5ift.i?trfl,d 8hu " extlngulahers. also- il5vf" ?lul1 extlngulibers made; drawing ac SrVi'. "d cominiaelon commensurate with re Puiu: demonatrstlnn and !. talk mAfn. uw pa lurniturn Mori. In New York State, . Jfndapd ana metropolitan dlitrlct. can with first clu flmn; onlr experienced El?,0""'! all anawens treated itrlctly rlIMI- if -.. im iterant. Herald snuare. SALESMEN. Floor roverine men. n,?ulT-wlUl ,t'c"ul.r territory; hide Ji5?i KC1 'IIersFlaxrug, F.tirersg, woot-flbTes, 0112, $9: grass bull ami stairs carpets. lt base, othert: big ??.'?Hi!.,ion P'1 accepted orders. CHASCO MILLS. 37 East 23th it. IT can place 10 more men of proven bl!ltr where they can...

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Page 90 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SOT AND NEW YOUK HERALD, SOTD'At, TOBfttTAltT 3S, 1920. 8 .1 i J if RESORTS. RESORTS. Lone Ialand. Garden City Hotel Garden City, Long Island. An exclusive American plan hotel with a la carte restaurant for motorists. Nauheim Baths Hydrotherapy and Electrotherapy Under competent medical supervision. Frequent electric trains from Penn. Sta. Special Winter Rates November to May. J. J. LANNIN CO., Props. winter vacations are oflen Impossible for the busy man or tmin dne to lb nceessltr of kcecinr In dally losch with nffslrs. YOl can have both a winter vacation and a winter home at the Hotel Sbelburar. Brighton Beaeh-bnt 33 niin'itei frum Wall St. am Times square. Owey. .it"?., "if.! rooms iM suite ranging from $10 to Si. Meeliy for one and Inn persons are sti.l available. Inquire NOW about the advan tages of the bracing a alr.etm parlori. twn firepltccn. Ac. Spend 10UR winter vacation at 111 HOTEL SHELBURNE 'Pioae At tie Sei End of Ocean 800 Coney IiL Parkway, Brijlton Beach Atlant...

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Page 91 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 29 February 1920

THE SUN Alb NlSty YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1920. PJHHAS FEOM OUTTINQS. Dahlia tabera can be started !n pott or boxea of Bond in a temperature of nrty-nvo degrees. The sprouts win ooa appear, from which cuttings can bo mad. Make the, cuttings with a heel, that if, having the bottom Juat MV teat atom. Tho cuttings are eailflFrooted In damp sand in gentle bottom heat. WHAT DAHLIA PRODUCES MOST TUBERS? Chemists Interested in producing Annua tubers in quantifies for tho pur pose ot utilizing them In tho manufac ture of drugs dcslro to know what vari ety will produce tho greatest quantity of tuboru per acre. Who can tell? Good trees for damp places are planes, alders, cypress, elm and Willow, PEAS FOR SMALL GARDENS. For small cardans where there can be no waste space the dwarf peas take up the least room, require no staking and shut out the least light. Their qual ity and productiveness nro excellent. CANDYTUFT. The annual candytufts are crnnd for edging, massing and cutting. For...

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

BPBS'niU'JW FOB ENGLISH IVY. ' IB tt'i north English Ivy is not re liably hardy. In the latitude of Now. Torlc tt does talrly well, particularly In Jfow Jereey from Newark south. North .of this latitude It either kills tack badly or entirely. A cood substitute for English Ivy In northern climates Is bitter sweet, celas trus scandens. It Is a hardy, native plant, of rapid growth and does well Jn run or shade. The foliage Is light erf en, During June yellow flowers appear, Xhlch are followed In the autumn Willi bright orange fruit, which remains on the plant nearly all winter. Ifs all tn knowing how. Milking by machine does not harm tho herd .nor reduce the milk flow, experiments show. But the machines want to be properly handli2 and cleaned. The variegated alfalfas yield much trattvr than tlio common varieties In New Votfc State. Whatever is worth growins-tither in Vegetables or Flowers you will find lilted in Dreer'i Garden Boole for 1 920 til the standard, tested varieties as well ...

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

1. WEATHER FORECAST. A HAPPY gLENpING., V The arnalgahatcd, SUU AND(JHERALD piescrvea the best traditions of each. In combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. Partly cloudy .and colder to-day; to morrow , :mr; ircsn, ncirjnwcor, winds, Highest temperature yesterday, 36 lowest, 30. dialled weather report will be found on the editorial page. AND THE NEW YORK PRICE TWO CENTS , TfmnB IN NEW TOnK CITY AND BUDURB3.ION TRAlNtt- AND ' JBLSBWHERB. vol. lxxxvil-no. iss-daily. , NEW YORK, MONDAY, MARCH 1, IK), I'j tht Svn-lttnli Corporation. mum; t.M iutt. ivtl Viiii, fiew York, K. T. . . tuns vwuii .if!! HERALD 5Mr PLANS APPEAL TO VOTERS IF SOLONS IGNORE HIS MEASURES Governor Prepared to Re peat Huglies's Sensation nl Tour of StateV . WARNING NOW SERVED vMmvr Disclosure That J'UHVU" M t :.lnf Jim Tanrlntia PlnnV Quick Adjournment MANY SUBJECTS. PENDING -,. Prohibition, Primary Itopoal, Henfc Restriction, Boxing" and Budget on lists. if st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOftK MAO), MONDAY,, JiXABCH 1, 1920, 44 1 ft efcaas fa reweacw eTj far 4 tnstttct. "Tb Pulbaeas irill eacttese to t cmrdcd; Carre irlB be ptraew aiaedtaj: fws-4t rlrda3 aad cable cmapaalcs jf Ibis aa4 ether .ecBatrie erTrbere. Before lb awrjd rar enstoeew Ir- fecties tb TXifdtxi bad taoowded ts 2a tie eiilfi pf tt ?jr at tare; tbeca cptcltf etotataatottej ttUIj Japaa aad wOI bo trych Ifcr aims trooblJ llb'itr filets J3 t.e Driest. Ti.n iwest focotaattre aad jnati 09 Mac ii2y-jpixa j tjjC rbjia Cnrporatioa of Jbntr a sots hit!i tare caajd eacb rx-Ilta, as Ajoaipxaattloa of the Azatrieaa Mperatioa la the lift tea ream" ba Xarcerj Ctopaay and tie Gtznral Elte- U-lSft nlZ-"-i n . . .1 I J ..... wnst "The itaaJfl I tlsjle-tie rail r60 trfll uer feeve pa Jftrca 1 ay cift at lessastiycfc r ttt roadbeds, or tsar effleleat srcrkrrJ, tbaa ti-7 bad ra FrtTrf Or A tbe road irlll bare aiaoey to tar fWJ asiEcacni, cr exeat u wijvw ft v-- pon for taaay xsaatis, Fvrthw, if tier bad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

i! vrmvvvi vim inraflR American is killed IN LITHUANIA REVOLT .. -J--, r v rnnn Wl I, I .SHUT IN KA KKK K'Porr. Hfffer , lo Stat us of Military Uprising. llpn Mont AlSO COnSUUCWU, nnmod Harris In rcportea to luivo been killed ilurlno- lm r.nf mllUnrv revelll. tlon ait Kovno, Lithuania. Harris Joined the Lithuanian nrmy a tow months ago as Instructor. The revolutionary outbreak at Kovno continues, and martial law has been pro claimed. Civilians aro not permitted on the streets after 8 P. M, London, Feb. 29,A wireless despatch from Warsaw under d,ate of Saturday unuiunKiiocTxnr AS FRENCH RETIRE for His Permanent Asy lorn nt Doom. HIS FUBNITUIU3 MOVED IN Americans Fired On by Turks, and 05 Christian Girls Massacred. TflWtq ITaro BCCn IllSOrOd for said that the reocnt revelt of Lithuanian MICUS jiimo wv f ; troops at Kovno occurred on February $1,000,000 Kcrugco m, "Write Memoirs. lM-rO ? r n air of rermanency In the extensive ..reparations at Doom to receive the ex- Kaiser n h ,eavcs A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

3 V, OMBUSfflESS, . FEDERAL FORECAST ftesorvo Agents Bcport Signs' 6f loosened Activity in Many Sections. JFELT IN1 VMIDDfiE V?Wl ipvorstraincd Condition?; of Credit and Toijdoncy to Speculation Noted. Special to Th Sun and Ifiiw Voc ltiiu. Washington, Feb. SB. A pewlble in duction In tcno'ral builneB activity and In prosperity throughout tho country Is foreswn by Federal Recrvo agents ai a result of- tho prosent trend of business and financial affairs. In their central reports on builncss conditions for Feb ruary theso men forecast Ujd 'conllmi anco of aii active demand for toods of nil kinds for noma time, but say tho slpis of lessened activity nml restriction In buylns are evident In many sections. Agricultural conditions ore roportcd aa food with an outlook for good crops. Oil production has been heavy. Tlio stMl and Iron Industries, tho building in dustry and manufactuilnr aro booming and It Is said that llvo stock wintered well and Is Increasing-, with a lessened slaughtering....

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