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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

ROOSEVELT LETTER BISHOP WARNS H. S. DREICER&C0 Pearls an J Jewels- UNMASKS GERMANS! MOST STOP LYING "Written to Sir George Trevcl- Diplomacy Throngh DnpHcity van, It .U1SC105C8 .animus Hy to Americans. . . unsiaoiuzing Europe, bays William Bnrt. 'DIDN'T WANT TO SEE 3IE" PEOPLE IIAVE LOST M1RVE V J FIFTH AVENUE at FORTY-SlXni United States Not Popolar With Any Class, lie Told Ills Friend in 1911. Thfvlor Itooeewlt' shrewd aa j i : th real fwltivr to Q rainy " ,.f: America rf Americans -I- a decade ago. together with hia j, "n (or eendlnc the American tittle : around the world, are a part of a wrltttc by Col. Roosevelt to his ' r'l. Sir Cto.-ffo Otto Trevelyan. In " " The tetter appears In the Marsh .. i. 0 f crjbncr' llagaiiat, and la "r'.insiis i-arMlon of CoL Rcootvelfa r., of his travels In Erpt and Eu . f .Uowln? fcls African buntlcs trip, v. colonel wrote that the Kaiser j with r.!m, during the course cf uiervtew at Potsdam, that war .-- Tn Eagland .nd Qennatiy would i. aa u...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

m. sL. 6 TOE SUN AND N 'tORie BERALP, ' ' MONDAY) MflRCHt, ffl3fc OTIDATMD G. ft. P. PLAKKS 1 1117 PAT) Dff HOT I? Republican Poll by "The lEft XT.. Vw1r "ITnlvilfl'J qUU HUU JlUHVilVliwu Covers Nation. CHAIRMEN GIVE VIEWS ' Jflrst, Second nnd Third Prcsl- .' dontial Choicoa in Pri maries Told. k Tun Sum and New York Heiuld to tfjnj (he publication to-dap of a series of articles giving the results of a poll li ftfu taken and information received from special correspondents In regard to tho presidential l(aoi through' out the country. ' 'Each Iicpubllcan countu chairman lha ashed to Indicate who In Ms opin ion were tlie first and second choices for the Presidential nomination in Qhtcago, as reflected bv the sentiment o tha members of the party In his district. t , . Each chairman was also asked to give his opinion as to what oould he iha main Issue or Issues In tho com j)htgn and also tefwt seemed to la the sentiment among the democrats of hla section as to the nominee of their party...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

wtiK mmwwmfw; much i, tm. SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD AMERICA MAKING RECORD IN SHIPS Buildings 3foro Thnn Ever Be fore and for American Commissions. TONNAGE NOW 18 1,256,573 Frivato Orders Increase De tplto Expected Sale of Ship- pin rr Tlnni-tVa VoocMo. The United States once more Is com tr.tr Into her own aa a maritime nation, aceordlne to figures on ihtpbuHdlcs Bade public ytaterday by the Atlantic Coazt Shlrbuildr Ai.'OcJatlon. Exelu rtre of the tcrxace now bulldlcc In this country for the Sbtrpln Board 2(3 steel es!3.acreC&tin:l.:se,5T3 trroas ton, are under construction. An iTperUnt factor In the attuatlon that prartJcally all theat! vearcts are Ins built fcr American companies. The TtHRl rate ef eachanco makes It a nanclil ln:pois:bllity for other ruttlsni to plow orders for ships here. Th ihlrjrar&i which apranr up In .'orced prowth dortntr the' war to tuCd easels for the Government now find hen-selves ttlll busy with new orders epUclnc flnlihed Governm...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

8 1 3i flf .3A ... 3: MKBSft .3DAUV AND THE NEW YORK HERALD FOVNDKD 1839.1830. ,;NEW XOrtK, MONDAT, MARCH 1. THE JIUH-HIJH ALD CORPORATION. Publisher. SbO llroeUway. " STank A. Mynsay, Freildent. , Sui, Vice-pwsldent una Treasurer, It, . Tiuieringion, eocrsiary. NEWSSTAND rBICEfl. .BaHy, tw. rraU a wtjr In York iHg aai enibart and taw cents U. fiiMi Handu. Bra catil elsewhere. MAIL- BtrBSCntPTION RATED. East of Mississippi no..., n Hlr One n. m.ii rvi.in.M Yr1!nnths. Month, TBAIW A BUNDAT.. 111.00 SO.OO $!. iVtiuy mi r $o ? UNdat onir. 4.00 ft? . ttUNDAY only. Canada 0.00 ASft . ..M kit Mint! west of the Mississippi hirer add fi a nr for dally or dally anj junney coitions. FOrtBItlN RATES. WAILT ft BUNDAt..$S0.00 119.80 12.40 1'AIL.T OUljr., 18.00 tl.OO 1.60 .SUNDAY only. 0.TS 0 12 .WU All ehaeka. mnnev orders. Ac. to be II checks. tnndo payable to The Bun-Herald. nurvpeao Edition. fUMUhed In raris avary day In tha year. mee in rati zo centimes, daily and n. . . . JTAH19 office. 49 ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

BOrpOTIOTIJIIWIil l ll'lll.ISWimmHIUIIMlllll III VVIIIPINIIJIUI UHUMIIUHiimAiCpinfnWUlMHPlinMKmmiWfqil Architects MaU Brave Exhibition Despite Fire Loss lenguo's Show in Pino Arts Uulldlnr Ernest Lawson'S Paintings. The Architectural League- makes a, tftva ihowlng In tlio rooms of the Fine ArU BulWlw In Wert Flftyeventh ,Uttt that were not destroyed by tho fire ami with tne exniwui . " NMutd from that disaster. Hero nnd there photograph r.nd architectural rJtna show smoke stain, and from tho tntranc hall a dramatic- glimpse may bo obtained of tho ruin of tho Vandr Mlt Oallcry, now opn to tho sky and mads still r.ioro forlorn by a covering of enow ana Ice but the room, upstairs occupied by tho league haw bton mado into a gallery, m that three fairly law Ulti remain, In which tho leaguo baa found It POMlBlO 10 P lorwura on in- terojtlnc record of Uia season's art cf- 'Of course there has been no attempt i wconstltuto tho ambltloua project of hVi o v hat a destroyed, of unlUng J a tho ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

M A. K 1U Amateur Gunners Make Good Scores at Traps and Cross Country Runners Brave Cold and Ice for Prizes and Glorp ft I St' mi'- i MB? FAIL TOR. B.COLE Breaks 95 Clays nnd Vins Closo Content at Travcrs Island Traps. TAKES SCRATCH TltOPIIY JR. It. Spotls, Second Willi 0-1-, Also Leads In Buonnoyor Event fino-llng In his best form, It B. Colo yestfday won the high (run honors of tho New York Athletle Club nt tho Trovers island traps by toppling nil but live of his asslgmont of 100 bluorocks. Half a dozen others wcro close on his trail, and when tho smoke had cleared ivwny for the day It waa found that Oolo hnrt no more than the proverbial eyoliuh margin over It I Spotts, who, In shattering 9 clays, mudo ono straight run of twenty-five. Others who pushed tlm v.'lnnor hard were J. O'Neill nnd Martin MeVoy, each with S3. orJelll, l!ko SpattJ, Insludod a stralnht string In 'tis true. Bpot'-i rot something for his pains, as lie mii lit out of CO In tho Duermeyer trophy ahoot and won the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

THg SUN AND YOflK HERALD, MONDAY MARCH 1, 19g0 V h mBfe League Ball Players Hurrying Au)ay From Cold Regions for Early Spring Practice on Southern Diamond. jfflffl WOULD CRACK j MESS KIT'S NECK ' HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS IN ALL SPHERES OF SPORT CHESS LEADERS IN IN LEAGUE GAMES Brooklyn Projrressivcs and Co lumbia Add Victories to Their Bccords. Winter Nines Playing on Sunlit Diamond DP RUN RECORD VICTORY AT HAVANA V. iJdbo Tolls of His Hopes ns jlo RWcs to Yankee Training Cnrap. limaaiN8 left behind Jftuingcr.II! in New York, Ex- ,pcctsto Bo WltliTcnm To-morrow. jlr WIlMAM II. IlANtfA. fr&'it lo Tot Sc:i m New Torc nriit.n. , yiek-MNYiu, Flu., Feb. 3J.-Tho rldo throuch Dixie to-toy ot tho Tankoo Ml plas-cff. t'",r w33r t0 tholr ,raln m pmo hore, pawed quickly Their, twin wnooped tnroun co"5" "0,a', ",0 oitei and eani hi"8 on tlmo' and 08 8Ueh occurrence? nro none too common ifity reckoned that as a (rood omen for tho geajon. T!m weather tr-i not my wo promis- Is-, however, f play...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

w I We Qffer For Sale 100 Clinchfield Coal Com. . .38 lOOCurtiss Aeroplane Pfd..68 160 Goodyear 7 Pfd 9 100 Hupp Motors Pfd 103 100 National Motors 22 100 Reo Motors 25 100 Stand. Gas & E!cc Coni. 18 100 Schulto Retail Stores... 70 JfortonIaclwntfadL&Ca OflGW HCtBOST PHlUUJSUWtA PlTTSBUBOn Oil Fields of . Venezuela and Colombia with MAP Ath, for Circular A. I. Geo. A. Huhn & Sons Member New York Stock Exchange Philadelphia Stock Etchings Chicago Stock Exchange New York Cotton Exchange III Broadway New York 1418 Walnut St. Philadelphia One of the World's Largest Hydro-Electric Developments The Mississippi River Power Co., which .generates ita power fiom the Mississippi Rivei by its plant at Keokuk, Iowa, is strategi cally located to serve the growing central western territory. It already supplies current to St. Louis, Burlington, Quincy, Keo kuk and other cities. We offer the first mortgage 5 sinking fund bonds of this com pany at a price to yield about 7. Send for ttrtah...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

11- treat American Insurance Co. RIGHTS HOLMES, BIJiKjLEV AY M Ercjenft Ptfiforth Sb, Extkoflt Pitttburili 61 Brasiway NawYotk PA Do you know the reasons for tlie wide fluctuations la INTERNATIONAL PER A jpccU; cns.'.ysls on the oboVa -. INTERESTING ARTICIBS on RAILROAD LEGISLATION and how it will affect a few of U.e Western roads. FIVE INDUSTRIALS ef sound merit with rood pcestbltitlej njaiketwlse- Abo rfbctiJttcrii m Oil roDbirtH; Itlr Coat. Submarine Boat Mldval Mim Conp Usldniu Uouiton Oil Ir to OmcBl lam UARKETOPtmOS CfsJO n njval W C-Si fi, H.Mac MUSTERS & CO. Vtnftci 0fMtti lti Mfli. jr. f. CJUVlSt. Now York i-tn Crotmd floor Tie Crude Oil Situation Ash for Review No. i$8. 'eaJABUsaaiaoa 41 BROAD Sr,tfEWYDRK ' ftcne-BwMWi Special Letter this week on SKELLY OIL teccnf Special Letters on Utile Oil Xo. Ami A p. ('xltn A Co. V. S. steamship tedcral Oil United Prof. 8b. Ilejdfn Chcm. Submarine Boat Copies upon request vsssm ESTABLISHED 1003 Members NY Curb Market Asm. . fcS BR...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

SEES BORDEN flEXT "t .GOVERNOR-GENERAL ui or Canadian Senator Expects Him " to Succeed tho Duke of Devonshire. MONEY ADD EXCHANGE. CAUiiMOJlfcT FOR WEEK. Win rt...t I in Tnlnstrlala. nigh is High ; Low sjLow Laat. , i:Lit M 1 Year's high... Year's high J liears low dYetre low W T11IE LOANS FOR WEEK. NEW SENTIMENT GROWS Mixed Collateral.! sixty day I Nicety day I roar months I Firs months (I Blx moctbs i All InJttitrlali. wr day Ninety days tt roar monUi Itt Flro raonttu Jtt 81 months H Iinrgcr Status of Country Said to Demand Change in Delations. By a Slatf ferrftponJotf Tan Ecs and NXW TOSS HlKAI-D. Ottawa. Ont. Feb. 29. That tho Duko of Dcvonshlro will bo tho last In the lino of Britishers to bo tho Chief Excoutlvo In behalf or and tn tho name of tho King In Canada Is tho more or loss expressed opinion passing. Ono Senator eces reasons for believing Sir Robert Bordon will bo tho next Gov-ynor-aoneral Political development In Canada Is In tho direction of 'a personal union with tho...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

rr -r-i . , ia, Aa.A WE AND- KfiW YORK - HERALD, MDNDik MARCH. 1920. V . to 4 WS FOR BOUVIAH ACCESS TO OCEAN . i Miuuicinl Dclcgato Colfo for 3ronil Support of the World on Demands., Coir. U ncciln a seaport, ana her people .el that now 'a tho .time to nU for .rlca th bonoot contention be . wc'cn-'l'TU mi'l Chile would prove an leal gateway, hi the opinion or the jol vi.i-i people, who stand ready to ompensato ixth tno neighboring States or tlio rmnt of way through Arlca to i tti So J I Tcjada, head of the lollvlan il to tho Second Tan- vmert'an l-'iiuncial Conference, told tho urmb.T of ttie confo-yu-ce last nlcht t ,i farewell J' iiner In tho Waldorf "iloiv hu wed nuil fa-pred Is, your -rea' ountry bordering ,0i the. sea as on Uo on iliroo aid". cast, .south and xtl ml on the great lakes. and won- irrf m s-' Lawre n o on tho hart!!,' Mr. "fjadj. t'lid "Vou Aiiicrlca'nd only oow unres'rti'teil outlets to tho greatest lavlgabio water of the eartli, omplete reedum of the fens' and na...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

16 cmsis m BUILDING - TRADES 15 PASSED Construction Interests Say All Indications Point to In dustrial Peace. AccoiUlns to the Dow Service VaOti ' Bulldlfia Ileporta tho most menacing ot irtverae conditions In tho Jabor situation, fctth Rpeclal referenco to tlio brlcklayera t.d 'tho wen employed on "tnictural toet operations, has been wpUUlrJ. ae rordlne to statement mailo by ofnelals If both the Jiulldlnff Trades bmployers Association and of the Building Trade, fcouncll. representlnc 115.000 wethers In teiodlflcation extends to a point at least rhero mo norizon is in w trospeet Immediately boyond it of tho ws construction eras that this part oi tho country ever has experience. Uurlns the woolc Just closed tho Build toe Trades Council called a walkout or I'.l union structural steel workers cm Moytd on steel construction operations !..". mnti rrnm emrjloyed under tho nusplces of one branch " nembership of tnu uuiiums irauea liloyers Association, which was not ilcnatory to tlio recent...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

THE. SUN AND NEW YQBK Hm&UQ, MONDAY, MAR 1, 19SQ. - Pt. 1nrfa.Jve). ' , Avte inn ni. f v.. La UIUJI .vjiy. -Ii... UTANIJIY fi. .... Ar. a liast ItlTer, 11. BOW nl. ' . ...ifiin,.,lt6o'nIuff apartments. -pARK AY. a.iii ''.', IV. A.MI !." II. Above 59tl St-Jtl.Av.t North-JiUrr. .... t wi'ST 1 niitlOa of' 2 rnomi '"VSa'th" Jinlnl II.M0 up. UROAD- if 9i prlvato houtei .. "" Wcclirtei'.' " : j ' ....iment to let In tho Terrace AparttMiit .nvtfmf.nl. '' J'f,, ,lrrt.n-j. Yaakors.i.7 ArAUTAIIINIWAJnTD ) vniuri"". wiVTrn-FIro room modern apartrflfnt, fffhSl5 'Yprkla VfUoniW ponu,. Mox 41,. iyvi r- HOTEL. AMSTErSDAii." I ST, AND t.KXI.N-(lTON :os av Uthi cheerful. MJ"-fKV:A '"f"'""7 iflVeii lriHlrnljcomnj.t.. . ViritEH'ro'Md; bath, wt , -i "S ir -6uM.i l IvTSTiroTII Ccauuiul room lor two wi-u, riST lMTH-IIousoUecpInc rooms, vT.ii DouMc warm room., suit" "S ; for m"jLjwlfiJ rxicnsism.D itoojis wantcp. nOATtDF.BH W,TI51). A ST. ALBANS, 31J-3.U Wt SJtll Pt. tuiaud ANB SUITE, two rooms, priva...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 1 March 1920

PPII THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1920. PERSONALS. 1MH . 1 . - V 1 ..4 m AM tl.vlflff In ;armlioa requetUd write tarertUer, wbo J" Btta-Hmia. lUraM Bqmr. OltUBHT Uv you rfoUnT waitine fcaiwtr my letUrt. nonniE. . SXTUtBEN.-CMi.meet you tc-djr It you vtatophon ray reildenc at noon. LOST AND FOUND. JXnPSON Diy aab! warf, left. In taxi, from Ulllmoro to Kwt flat at.: very lib Wal rawaril. lleturn cainlor, Hotel Dllt- more. - i3)8lT8lurlay erenlnj. February :8. bUck anrt yellow Ixiadwl bar. "n11'" ,4i. mend fW, 1 Platlhum weddlnr rin. I lares SS SSful I20 In money, a French, coin, SSwde? Unstick. 0. rfrler liberally, Srfrt: sr. EDNA 8. BBNBOJV10W Wrk Si. ProoUlyn. Tel.. nedtonwhj. FIGHTER AND SINGER ALLAY FEAROF FIRE Pershing:, Sits Qniotly and Mc Cormack Entertains Crowd at Hippodrome. i . . . . ..-... -Afk 1920. ltl LOST on or aooui. ""'""'J if ,hiY binit Ureat account paa book of n No. K-lll. In the namt of Oeorf David ion; all persona ore wrnei,'S,"Ahtm 1 V Ire aald...

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

. M , (JS!! ' ;j":EATHER FORECAST.' Fair to-day; to-morrow fair and .slightly warmer; moderate north (to cast winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 38; lowest, 15. Ditalltd weather rtport will t found on tht editorial Pt. V A HAPPY BLENDING. .The nmaliramaterl SUM AMn Mpoat t . xunnuv , 1 preserves the best traditions of each, In combination thesr make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVIL-NO. 184 DAILY. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1920.-iiJJ!KS5Sr .. f-M-f , A. jlvxuju Ji w vui jl kj I THRFE CENTS IN NEW YORK CITY AND BUBUnBalON TRAINS AND HlAlSWHBnB. TO START INQUIRY INTO POLITICAL ACTIVITY OF ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE ANOTHER TERM FRENCH RAIL STRIKE COMES SUPREME COURT DECIDES U. S. STEEL IS NOT ILLEGAL; FOR GOV. SMITH HINTED IN TOUR TO QUICK END ENDS NINE YEARS BA TTLE 4 J F f "fk Party lines in Assembly Go in Vote for Sweeping Investigation. ANDERSON IS INCLUDED Sneaker's Move to Send I , Measure to Conunitteo Is Killed. WAVK SW...

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

'jsam.1 44 , he coneidered madwlt Improper-tor m to alt In thercwtej Juatice MfclftynolflB refr&lnod: front Intf bsrt ln tits' case bocatuo it vraai haled in. tHd Department of Justice ha wan Attorney-General ot the plied States; ' The- present decision, therefor,. nr- etead of overthrowing the doctrine ot the' MnnAnrA nil nnd fnhnffo riLsea. merely "Verrrtlta the Steel Corporation to cecape ataMcatUm. of thitt doctrirw. to. It la .future caees the court, with nil members sitting, would! utandl by tho rule ot tho tifemer case, and the law would' tto up- d' ar lir the oil' and tobacco, eases.. Vlannelat Kendor Involved. Tho declafon" to-day.' Involved) tho moat prominent leaders lir American industry- ana iinancei, many 01 wnom nro now dead. Aroanc thom were-. Andrew Car nojrle,. EC H. Ilorrlman, Jl Pi, Morgan, Sr., and1 31 Pi Morgan,, Jr.., John, D. Rockefelior. Sr., and John D. Itocke-telter-.Jr.. ClUtrlfes'M: SchWab. Elbert II. Gary;. Cleorjto W. Perlclns,, James J. and ruaw;i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

'"si' M LOWDEN LEADS, WOOD SECOND IN 'ARKANSAS POLL Harding,' Hughes, Tuft and Others Mentioned; Extrav agance Chief Issue. DISLIKE NATI6NS LEAGUE 1 'Democrats All at Sea And Only Nnmcs Now Heard Are' Bryan and McAdoo. i ARKANSAS. Frank 0. Lowden, Governor of HH hol, is clearly tho first cholco of Re publicans In Arkansas for tho Presi dential nomination, according to tho returns received by The Sun and New yoitK Herald from its poll of county chairmen. Major-Gen. Leonard Wood Is the second cholco. Tho Republican leaders report that the Democrats are "all at sea" in re Bard to their, nominee for President, but there seems to bo considerable ecntlment for William Jennings Bryan end some for William O. McAdoo. Extravagance of the Wilson Admin istration and a business administra tion in Washington are the issues that will attract most attention in Arkan sas, it is reported, with tho Lcaguo of Nations and Americanism second. ElKhty-five per cent, of tho replies received gave Lowden as t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

. 1 1 s $ - 4 44 Ml , j' " " i THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, . TUESDAY, MARCEt 2, 1920. Kinr .steadf a fiU4r 8rt' -.' DEFEAT OF TREATY LIKELY THIS WEEK m Srionds and Fops Alike Admit " . There Are Not Enough ?' ' Votes to Ratify. I .61 - .tit "j! SENATE TURNS TO SPEED Hitchcock Says Third Ballot May Bo Had on Eve of Party Conventions. oiC oil , Bttcfol to TlIK SDN AND K(1T YOK lUlAlD. Washington, March 1. Tho Senate opened the week with Its mind made up to dlsposo of the German pence treaty before Saturday night and convinced that It again would fall of ratification. This opinion 'was reflected- to-day on liotli sides of tho chamber, the leaders vlolng with' one another In tho pessimism of their expression's)"; but everybody evincing satisfaction at tho outlook for early disposal. Senator Hitchcock (Neb.), the acting Democratic leader, was mora positive to-day than heretofore In his assertion I that tho landslide' of Democrats In sup- I port of a ratification resolution based on tho ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

C71 k.y ito"1 y-T, "X 3$' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 2,, 1920. ARHSTE1OA15T0 GIVE HIMSELF DP rian to Surrender and Arrnngo Bail in Bond Plot Docs Not -Materialize. NEW CLUES IN TELEGRAMS Trail hi -S5,000,pno Casio Leads to Cleveland Fanny Brico Not in Court. "Nicky" Arnsteln did not return to Ntw York and surrender yesterday as planned by his attorney, William J. Fal Ion. and expected by Assistant District Attorney John T. Dooltnff. And no mes sage had been received from him last night. Neither tho District Attorney nor Second Deputy Pollco Commissioner I.ahcy had heard from Detective Sergts. James J. Ocean, August Mayer and Gro ver C Brown, who left here late Friday evening for the purpose of meeting: "Nicky" and accompanying him back. Hut "Nicky" was not the only elusive one. Officials 'state that "a number of persons" are sought and may be brought Into the $5,000,000 bond plot case within the next few days. One of these per .ons is called the Beau Brummell of the...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

mim . -r vv MV .4," V'Vi, KfSLjfW . ' . A '"'Mr -it ,69! " oit.' or pel ' , I wit en neni ft tin.- ot 8 outtl ion In .f tho V i fuMhi it has 3 l'rod Cold., la Prevsl QU1NIN, SlgBatU f 6 ' if J0IH1MII.WAY AuKflliUSS TO STAY jtieo-Prcsitlont Dixon of,Penn- syjynnia Says They Proved ft Convenience IfEW CHANGES OTHERWISE Boads Revert to Private Con trol Without Incident Labor Uncertain. ' about as llttlo formality ai at-" tnia the departure of a Coney Island eteamboat-as ono of tho railroad presi dents expressed 1& tho 230 lines that had been operated toy tho Pcdoral Govern ment as a war measure moved umoothly and efficiently on their Individual ways yesterday, the first of their roturn to IiHvnto ownership. tjtrano as It may iippear In this Ire lilcndoua turning over,-, only threo feat ures were of particular Interest to" tho Kfnoial publlcMho nttbude that orftan lifed labor1 will tako towbrd the privately oberatcd rondi tho comjunlon natural In tno financial readjustment with Us n...

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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