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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YOKK HEiiALD, UUlJbAV, MAnUi 2, 192y. SHIPPING NEWS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD NOTICE TO THE SUN AND THE NEW YORK HERALD'S Ship News Office is adjacent to Iho Barge Office q't the Bat tery. Telephone 1572 uroaa. , CLOSING Transatlantic Mailt. TUESDAY, MARCII I Orut llrlmln. Irelrnd. Netherlands. J Baeden. Denmark. Uermaay. Hunrarr. f' nit. LatTla. Eathonls. Finland. Arvhangel. Trr lt, Madeira and Caps Verde, I'".?;.,,,'' Ka.ssrln Auruste Victoria. AM (aup n:30 A Ml. Italy (tl. ste Dues dcsll Abruiil. l):50 AM. WEDNESDAY. MAIICII 3. teeland; alw parcel poit mitli. itr Gullfjae, llfltlum and Luxemburg- : alio rarcel post rualls for llebtlum. Ijiirrabure and lleuUa Conro. str Londonler, 8 AM. , Urrmany ); also parcel pot nulla for Her piaur. Austria and Ctecbo-Slorakls, str Kcroo. 12 M' THURSDAY. MARCII S-Mln : alo parcel poet mails for Hnajn, Canary Iilandt and Ceuta. Melllla and Tender In Morocco, atr Antonio Lopes. 8 AM. Ilww (tl. atr Mejell llellaa. S AM iwtiml : I...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

' '"1 S 71 ' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1920. outt m In : tho fuHh. i has is Prod a prevet quinin; i iimtt) AND THE NEW YORK HERALD. FOUNDED 1J3S.1833. ilKW YORK. TUK8DAX, MARCH 2. 1DW. TUB SUN-llEUALD CORPORATION, 1 Publishers. 280 Broadway. J .Frank A. Uuntey, President. Enrln AVardman,. Vice-president; Win. T. psrtart, Vlro.prealdent and' Treasurer; R. tI-.Tlthtrlagtpn, Secretary. NEWSSTAND PRICES. flail, lurjk n-nta Mnv In Vnp Ynrlc )ty tabarlx and fhreo conts cl uberct Sunday, nto caU elsewhere, Un tents. MAIL SUBSCRIPTION RATES. rat ot Mississippi Ilr Mill. PoitnaliL Yesr. Months. Month. au.t & Sunday.. in.on .oo 11.00 UiiL.1 oniy w.uu .ou .oj (jUNDAY onlr 4.00 2.33 .40 SUNDAY only. Canada 0.00 3.25 .S3 For all Dofnls nut of the Mlislsalppl Ulrcr add il a year (or dally or dally and tjunaay (anions. FOREIQN RATES. , DAILY k SUNDAY.. S0.O0 $13.80 11.40 DAILY only J. 18.00 0.00 1.S0 SUNDAY only O.TS 3.12 .80 All cnecKs, money oraers, c, to ot maui payaoi....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

1 THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1920. 9 an Easy Winner for Mr. Collier Bnclng Comedy, His New Tlay, Has Highly Amusing Purt for Star. OEOnOK M. COHAN'B THEATRE ''THE HOTTENTOT." farce by Victor JUP nl Wllllsm Collier. . nJift Donld Meek Jlri OHIe Gilford Miss Helen Wolcott Mrry Crawford Calvin Thorn" Alex Fairfax Arthur Howard o il. Ollford... Kredorlc Karr rly Fairfax ....... .MIh France. Carson UrKliaon. Claudet Cooper Iteif iV TownVend.'.'.'.'.IIowird Hull Olb.on "The Hottentot." William Collier up, was an easy winner last nlsht at tho Cohan Tlieatre. Tho Hottentot was a racehorse with bad habits, and Mr. Collier, acclaimed In ft Lon? Island . i . .... .. i ... !.Vi n ftf I Hunting colony us n iirruv Krein rider, was tho hero who had to go through with it to win tho girl, al though ho dreaded horses. It waa a typical Collier role, and In It tho Buavo comedian made some of the best fun of his cUreer on the stage. From his entrance with the rent in his riding breec...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

Jl - rami rTTir a-arrt. TT3trir vrtTstr TmATTa rsTrr A XT HVAtrOXT 1d9 WflM .. JU imp puri jaru xmY zimJL Jartuniai, xulc-x, .txxvv-u 1T 5 Metropolitan Golf Association Selects Courses and Dates for Its Amateur, Open and Junior Championship. If 5,' f, "ia. ii r V hat if tlrti - ' ' v . i ol i, a i n. t A hi i ( red. ; -V been' f. 1 rtime 1 - h to t. f ' la of ! Id ouq .utlon I, lot! thi lid furl t trw i si ri4 ST GOLFTODRHEY IGOES TO APAWAMIS a. lints at Bye Will Be Scene of Annual Amateur Championship. GBEEXWICIT GETS 'OPEX1 U.G.A. Junior Event Is GiTcn to Sleepy Hollow and Bates Are Selected. ( Br Kcad jr. re-rate ,' ti. assocwrrwst tr A. H. FsCKO. fJUJrjr cf it JfetrecoHUn Cc:f Anoriants. of the athdfei cf asi fctta for liA threa rhas' jianibfr taarsasrsts midtli UO t 1 hla safer the asi?ic ot that srzaatai Uen. lfcifcBTea of lif t -part cv Lst tbt ttUMUolea of lascm-U ths' the t&ie tcsrser v&tA'Sl U verstcx fpoa toas iJetko ar4 that lh7 ar ei crvt tin f-our to that perJe...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

U Sixteen" 'Yankees' Star f Practice but Babe" Rttih, in' White Flannels and Thin Silk Shirt, Goes Golfmgi THE! SUN AND NEW YOBK' HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1920. i N.Y. A. C. FOILS TITLE WRESTLERS READY HIGH LIGHTS AND SHADOWS JACK FROST SAILS They're in Civilian Clothes CARL MAYS HITS BALL POWERFULLY A Cracks Fcnco at Jacksonville Park and Has Other Play ers Wondering. FIRST WORK FOR YANKEES Ruth and Six Others Invade tho Links 'Babe' Is No Joke Golfer. Ily AVILLIAM B. HANNA. Special to Tub Son and Nkw Tobk HraiiD. Jacksonville, Fla.. March 1. A lot of sunMiIno poured down on tho Yankee baseball players to-day, their first of tho season In Jacksonville, and It was wel come, for a cold and nipping wind scut tled across tho ball park where tho New York American Leaguers, sixteen or them, held their first practice of the jear, There wero twenty-two hero this morning when Harry Sparrow, business manager, tagged, labelled and classified his party preparatory to tho first day's work. Man...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

lvfTJfwfl'" yp-wwWj)rfTiilwiiysiwiiij. . if TfitE SUN AND NEW YORK . HERALD, TUESDAY, ' MARCH 2, 920. 14 4 3 MM! 'atjMTTTSi n i- nl Ii Mi iW ITTT aTTll 5 Canadian Bonds Baric wealth and sound Industrial progress throughout the Dominion make Canadian Government and Municipal bonds an Inviting form of Investment combining safety with maximum returns. The securities which we offer, if purchased now. will yield from 9 6V2 to Th and arc payable, both principal and Interest, In United States funds. Send for Circular S3-2. Wood, Gundy & Co. Incorporated 14 Wall Street, New York Toronto London, Eng. Montreal Canadian Securities AT 15 Discount 4 Your American dollar buys $1.15 in Canada. Q We will be glad to send dealer a list of high grade government, municipal, public utility and industrial issues principal and interest on which are parable at par in the United State. (J Deducting 15 from the Montreal market price of these issues, make them re markable as bargains. Write at once while ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

vtsawisxlawnlati 4 t IN AND NEW YORK -HERALD, TUESDAY, ilARCH 2, 1920. THE 13 "The World's Greatest Highway" & PACIFIC COAST Crosringthe Caniditn Pacific Rockit the Grgndest .Winter Scenery m America. 'Seen In luxurious comfort trains with compartment oberyatlon cars dining cars. tft.:i VirrnRU .nrl VANmilVER. B. C fttkfor detcriptivo booklet "C" and F. It. PERRY, General 1231 Broadway. AN EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY to purchase Ganadian Government, Municipal ancTCorporation Bonds to yield from 6 to 10 income. The embargo recently placed by Canada prohibiting pur chase and importation o securities from abroad, temporarily withdraws from the market the principal buyers of these issues. As soqi as Ganadian Exchange becomes more normal, we. believe this embargo will be lifted, and will enable purchasers to resell the securities at a substantial profit. We will be glad to forward complete particulars on request. SUTRO BROS. & CO. 47 ST. FRANCOIS XAVIEIl ST.. MONTREAL. Phonal.,., Dir...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

- 1 ixnJiimui.i ' ;i .TTTaIyTriy emSBSm wra(mnrrwr'T'' THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 21920 I MtoAiJi)iiiiliiiiiiiiiliiii 1 1 miWl '"i pa, r M I'. a Ml H I i i ' . ( it A ft?'" 3 r II L A' likv 4 W. 313 " Rogers & Stackpole St cktf B;b nil Cotton .Grain Members ' N.'Y. Stock Exchange N.Y. Cotton Exchange Chicago Board of Trade 25 Broad St. 16 Vanderbilt Ave. AND COMMENT Monday, March 1, 1920. In Last Hour of Trading Steels " 4h 4S rf W tl -1 V !IQ , OUtbnrU of Stroiigth1. Day's sales Tear to date..i. hid. Ailc! lln tl'.gtln, Check Up Your RailroadStocks 'T'HIS you can do very readily by obtaining our comprer ' hensivo circular showing com parative earnings of 40 impor tant railroads during Federal control andprlor thereto; profit or loss to the Government . through their operation; per- 1 centage of .gross earnings, con sumed by maintenance; per centage of -total capitalization represented,' by 'stock; high and low range of stock prices during and prior to Federal c...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

'WW 10 PROPOSE INCREASE 0FA.T.&T. CAPITAL BAJfK 'NOTE OOiQfANY QAIJfS. f Earning (n 1010 Show Large' lit- crease Compared with 1018. I A substantial Increase In the earnings I of th American Bank Note Company ,1s ' shown In tho annual rep'ort for 1919. Net income for that year, nftcr '411 StoekholtlCl'S to VOtO Oil Plan charges and Federal taxes, was tt,187, i.i-j, or iv.zu a snaro on it common to Add $250,000,000 on JInrch 30. SET INCOME SHOWS GAIN stock after payment of preferred dtvt (lends. In 1218 Its net Income amounted to ll.05-l.0C9, or $3.72 a share. The company's not manufactures profits fof the year, after deduction of all expanses, i Federal taxes and denro- Itcport for 1910 Ilcvcals 910.01 (i Share, Against $9.93 in' 1918. That the American Telephone and Tele graph Company will increase Its author ised capitalization from JSOO.ODO.uoo to J.730.00O.00O' If tho stockholders of tho company vote favorably on that proposal r.t a mectlnu to be hold on March 30 be rime kno...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

THE SUN AND NEW YORK GERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1S20 U.R.S, GAUDY STORES (IfaffedtfefaH Store Candy Service) TMs company' Is rapidly carry, uw put l(a program to derelop the Iwrcat chain of retail candy stores la the United States. Backed by ample capital (oyer $7,000,000 cash on hand on December 31st), and managed by the same Interests that hare made the UNITED CIGAR STORES rrkHtni-MV c.i .1 prouiaDio an enterprise, wo recommend U. R. S. CANDY STORES, In the confident bcller that In a short time this company as an Investment proposition will rank with the very best se curdles In this country. Write lis for more definite Information, If you are In tercttcd. BAMBERGER, LOEB&GO, 25 Broad SC New York We have prepared a card of convenient size showing Federal and New York State Income Taxes Computed for 19.19 Incomes (RethdFtb. 14, 1920) . Write for Booklet B The service of our Investment Department includes that of an Income Tax Expert whose services are at the dis posal of our frie...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

!? jjj.,'V'-' ) W ' I i WELL SCATTERED . BUDGET OF SALES Ileal Estato Brokers Report Activo Trading? in Clty, and tho Suburbs. i Martha Washington Hotel Company, nowly formed, controlled by 'William and Jullua Manger, leased Uio Martha Wash ington Hotel from the Northern Hotel Company for seven years, being tho un; expired term of their lease. It Is a twelve story building, at 25 to 34 Cast Thirtieth st. through to 27 to 33 East Twenty-ninth st 96xl7.0. The hotel Is known throughout the country as a hostelry operated exclu sively for women. It will bo operated as a woman's hotel In tho future as In the past Messrs. Manger control com panies operating tho following hotels In New York: The Great Northern Hotel. Netherland, Navarre, Endlcott and Grand ana Bell Apartment Hotel. United Lenses In Unrlem. Harry J. Choucherle, In clmrgo of tho transportation and porters' department of tho McAIpIn Hotel, leased tho Colonial Hotel, at tho southwest corner of Eighth av. and 125th st, for fifte...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

THE1 SUN AND" NEW YORK- HERALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1920, it. i ll X f I J .om Bl to lllli Intimitis From Battenr lo llth Bt.. Inclusive, tout Island Sale or Rent. I "J i,ir&. 1 ' , , t A M ' FOR SALE . ' II Maiden Lane 1 between Nassau and William St . Opposite Sit Acquired by Federal Reserve Bank. n Story Office Building. ' 14,500 Net Square Feet. Available May 1st, 1920. BING & BING 119 West 40th St. , , . Bryant 6410. Brokers' Fullr Protected. Borough of Brooklyn Sale or Rent. One of the few beautiful site for a Linden Boulevard Block Front GRANT 212 Fifth Avenue, Borough of Manhattan Miscellaneous, tOSHESSION ENTIRE LOFT BUILDINO uar i, iuw; seven stories: doxiuo; Bpnnkfered: Harlem: rents' $-'1.0004 price SUO.OOO. HIIA1IIIM, IIP IVwar, 304 -Rail 80th. 30x102.2; fire atorr apartment building. 325 Wen 83d at.; 41x100; ill story elevator apartment building; both of these propertlea ran be bought rlclit : terms to mil. 1'EAHE ft ELM 51 AN, 340 Msdlson ar. 'Phons Murray HI11-...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

'1 'l THE BUN 'AND NEW YORK ,pKALD, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1020. 19 A I DrcumaVen, Heumstreiics 4' SlUUnrl. nnESSMAKEK. stylish' dressesT rtfttodil line: also (ummer drones mode; out, hem.. Lee, 0 Wast $tth. two flight up. EkbssMakku, experienced, .nskes ejegsnt drtises. rcaionahU prices. 441 Manhattan it. r)gjlnasiilc-786. nTTEskJlAKKUl eowns, finishing. Kouf- mm. 1313 V A cloth it.). EbaiISTHESS wishes work by day, ean jjislii reference. P., 1,450 Lsilngtod 'OV, fur- SEAMSTRESS, neat; plain oewor; by day. .in J111 Arariamtf. 'J ' General Ilousewotk. tie. GENERAL toUMWork. sruill family, tdoltif colored fid; experienced, Wattlus. 10 East JSM, MotMEWOllKUll. $15 up; colored; West Indian t strong. Gonzala. 211 Weit lMtu. I apartment iza. I HOUSEWORK or nurso; younr slrl wishes I position irum su a. ouanuau, tea wcab Ud. I HOUSEWORKER. efficient, colored: rood cock; bull tlmo preferable, Ella, 111 west 131st el:Moriilngslde 7125. ffSUsKWOllKEH. halt tlmo, A. M.t rAer enrcs: neat, colored, ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 2 March 1920

IT HI r '20 444. , THE SUN -AND NUiW lUKK HUKAUJ, TUJlibDAX, MAttun a, . .-v- Tm m 1 111 1 1 - . i i . . t i "- 1 5-, ' at t.r PERSONALS. CJIAIIUE ' "I'ali.' cflrarounlcata with aellitf. E-rarrthlm undtritooil ami fonjimi, JOHN KOB., ou ru required to rooiiDiiiilcale with me. Mm. ;0IIN KUKN, ail ar. A, .mill ftrr tblr dale I am not mixwilMn illy for ny drhta .Im-urrnl by r r. Hlll. Herman, of WIS Wat IMd Ynrk rltr. NAT IIHIIMAN. pt noisily niip, ira. nima. j f.. Ntvr Vntk rllr. LOST AND FOUND. AUTOMOnilJt ATOI.KX. , Cadlllat. 1018 totirluK, CT T PSO. llcmif 43.082! Inltlala A. II. I. on door; Ifft war Ire Goodrtar cord, iilberH Royal rordi tiaa 3 tt InHfod of 3-1 gars nlolfji Ftiniary 2S. f):.10 I, M,, mi XKt ririmt ar.. Unburn. Communicate with K, U. HOPWOOr), Kl John t... New York city. TVIpphnnw Ilfflimnn BfMT. roUND-Oolil watch. Vrbrnnry 2.1: Mnntlflra. tloa. txpcoro. Kn. 10? Sun.lKral.l, IleraH t'OllXD-Uuly'i golil bunting caw watrli. ttuu day nlgnt. at l!fllh at. and Jlaillaon...

Publication Title: Sun And The New York Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

WEATHER FORECAST. " Fair and wanner to-day; to-morrow in- crcaaing cloudiness; moderate south jiWnds, becoming variable. ' Highest temperature yesterday, 34; lowest, 34. Cttslltd WMtkir reports will t fount on th dltorkU page. A HAPPY BLENDING. ThtS amalgamated SUN AND HERALD preserves the best traditions of each. In combination these two newspapers make a greater newspaper than either has ever been on its own. AND THE NEW YORK HERALD VOL. LXXXVIL-NO. 185-DAILY. PRICE TWO CENTS . NEW , YORK, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1920.- mCtpyrtiM, UK, by The SuH-tlenlS Oerportttim Entered aecond dm nutter, Pott OIHco, New Tori, N. T. a. ...... a ..mt.. t k-v r-fri..rai- I M . .. m umimo DRYSFAIL TO BLOCK STATE INQUIRY INTO ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE Judiciary Committee to Be- . gih Task After Social ists' Trial MINISTER OFFERS AID Promises Proof That Funds .Were Not Spent as Rep resented, 5VETS TO bON.TROL PROBE Anderson Denies Law Has Been ViolatedProhibition "Rovolt" Grows. Bpedtl to Tbs Sen skd Niw Tom nes...

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

IS 1? I It I , n -r $ - outfit to selen representative who will In ((feet Constitute a bi-partisan Jioard for the purpoetf of attempting oy conference lo agree upon noi Won of wage problima. eubject to other provisions of the law, ;Jn view of the" generality of theao demands, affuctlns the railroad cmr loyeca on nil tho rallrqaat which have been under Kede'ral control, arid In view of tlio manifest doslra IHty and Juitlco of the. earliest poe tibia disposition Of tho demands, I request that the railroad companies Itttct auch number of repreaehta .tlvoi, aa may eem appropriate to them to conduct the conference and negotiation contemplated by section ' 801, td thoentl that uch representa Uvea may promptly meet In confer . ence .with representatives selected by tho employees. In .accordance wlthrtho request t anv maklna of them, and may thua initiate the nee eoaary proceedings. President Hokta Rxplauatlonr Tho Preeldont fcald he addressed the Association of executives because ho un der...

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

THE SUN ANtt NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH ,0, ,1930 4 S WOOD FIRST IK- CONVENTION OF ARIZONMi Delegates Not Instructed, but Will Vote for Gen eral in Chicago, SECOND PLACE TO LOWDEN Dryan Strong, but Wilson Of ficeholders Hold, the Party Power. AMZpNA. Arizona. Republicans have declared of ficially that their first choice for Presi dent Is Major-Gen. Leonard Wood. When his candidacy was Indorsed by the State convention In Tucson on Sat urday It confirmed the evidence-obtained by the poll of Tub Sun aKd New York Herald. The poll shows Gov. Frank 0. owden of Illinois as second choice, with Senator Hiram M. Johnson a close third. It was decided that the six delegates from Arizona should, go to the Chicago ronventlon without Instructions, but at the same time resolutions Indorsing the Wood candidacy were passed. Arizona has no direct primary law and the Presidential delegates are selected by the State convention, composed of delegates chosen by county committees. The delegates sele...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

SPf" "AFT' , 1 t i ' 111 ' ,i. i - "" IttBD CROSS LEAGUE CONGRESS IS OPENED amission of Germany and r Austria Will Bo Debated , 4 in Geneva. JL P. DAVISON GIVES AID "All Baccs and Creeds, Ho Says, Need Good Offices of Or ganization. t. , Gxxm, March SAt the opening or the Coceress of Red Cross Societies hero to-day Henry P.. Davison, chairman of tho board of governors, sketched the considerations which broueht about tho organisation of tho Itcd Cross Leaguo, saying It grew out of tho task of demo tlllrlnc Uio ried Cross forces after tho arm&tfco. He said: "A wero con templating: this step wo were Impressed with tba fact that If our forces were to bo scattered and our organizations re duced to their pre-war status of non activity there would be lost to the world one Of ttio few beneficent results of the war, which might bo preserved In thq In terest of mankind." Durlde' the congress the peace tune nrocrammc of the Ited Cross will be illecnased, the plan bclns to relieve suf Terhj...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

f I fcilMii llal i MM Mi lit TsmIKi THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WEDNESDAY, MARCH. 3, . 1920. U. S. PRY AQEOTSARE NOT ARMED FOR WAR Do tfot Sot Forth Procured to ( Battle for lives Against SUCH HEPOETS"AlIi WItONG Hopcr Explains Nows Stories , of ITeavy Purchases of Military Stores. pfclal to Tns Sen AtJo Jfiw 'Tobk nnt'u. TVaruinoton. March 2. Dry enforce ment agents aro not being armed to an unusual extent, and are hot going out on an enforcement campaign with full military equipment. Commissioner Itoper to-day set at rest reports that the Trees ury.was going In .for heavy purchases of military stores, with an Inference that the lives of dry law vlolaters were to be snuffed out by armed squads. Upon having hi attention called to a roccntly published statement that the dry law agents are having turned over to them huge quantities of guns and ammunition, for the enforcement of pro hlbltlon? the Commissioner of Internal Revenue to-day said the statement was calculated to mako a wrong...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and the New York herald. — 3 March 1920

fl lW -Tr- if 1 MTION FAILURE Sffcakcrt'Ilotary Club Din f'net Scoro Administration for Present Condition. THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, WhDNttSDAY, 3TAKUH 3, M0 I If TO AID INDUSTRY X'iwrcnpo Jfrlggs, CoJ. Woods $nd Acting Major la Guar- ' dia UrgQ.?fn,tionnJ Action. JHs ' ?iore than rwr hunawd merobnr no tfilf vJtorii of lh notary Club of New York, at a dinner last night lit the MeAlpIn lintel, applauded vigorously when speaker at "Aviation Night." rolled the gnat wheel all ovr th present Admin istratlon for the failure of America to Mid her place a on of tho foremost nation of th worM- In building up aviation elnco tho termination Of the war. Three,-,-speaker-' particularly Law. tence U Drift;, president of the Amerl can Flying Club; LUUL-CoL Arthur Woods of the National American Com minion and acting tayor L Guard! took the AdnlhUtralfoh and. ConSrti severely toUsk beeauM.lSLjlort In thla country hi4 been Allowed jo Jag Instead Sot Worrtsi p'rp4rtlonatfy-wIth thena tlon'a financi...

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