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Hi 3 THE OGUEN S i ANDAKO-fcXAMiiNhR THURSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 23, 192V
I fA NEW LEASED WIReI
I J SERVICE IX
I i Will be Established February 26 i U Li
; '. with a staff of stars who will cover every field of news of interest to the men and women of America l ! !
I sj George N. Barnes, of the Eri People H
H 1 1 Andre Tardieu, the coming power m Frcss-ce B
H jl Maximilian Harden, the feckless publicist of resslj'ican Germany -11 I
j ; National Affairs Covered by a Star Reporter of Long Experience Wall Street's Week-End with a Forecast of the Next Week Written
at Washington Robert T. Small. by America's Foremost Financial Expert Stuart P. West.
Hi I I Sports Both Professional and Amateur, by Nationally Known Ex- Women in the News and the Bis Events of Interest in Her world ! S
H I 1 Geoe cSSk W ' I I Written by a trained Newspaper ' Woman-Jessie Henderson. j j
H Europe's Struggles and Achievements Accurately pictured by a The WaSe Earner, the Farmer and the Merchant; Their Many Inter- j j j
1 j Clear-Headed American Newspap.-rman William Bird. I woven Interests as Well as Special Phases Carefully Analyzed -by j j M
Society in the National Capital Betty Baxter. Harden Colfax. j'. tB
j! A Fifteen-thousand Word Report including Dispatches by the following j!
I i Staff of Distinguished Reporters: j I
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J j Financial editor of the New York wt5S?J tmomlous &?2 An American newspaper man who Is nIa Bert" of bril""'U A nationally known reporter whose ! H
J ; Globe and a recognized authority on "Seven Days in Lft 01" New York.'" winning fame lor his clear-headed, tbis year Mr" Harden baa addcd lm" assignments of the last twenty years ,
j j ! financial affairs since 1897. He ha u ? . GfA,i:im every Fri-h.y , : measurably to the world wide reputa- have taken him to many parts of the J J
BBsW night and giving the most easilv read aiinpiy written anu wonuenuuj miei wor d II. is one of tin- eleir...r an.t I ! ssH
covered every big event in the world story of the week", even ,ha, pr. tativc dispatches from Europe's tton he already had as Germany s fore- J one o, I 'ts and , M
j ! ; of finance in the last twenty years and TXrlU tunboit Mr. Bird has a "roving com- nio?t Pub,icl8t I,is waS h pen ,he journalism. Friend and confidant of H
! ! b an ejperl in analyzing market con- ol Ameriqa a good sound laugh at the mission." His dispatches come from KaMer could no. silence in the grim UeSly1 '
I "Hons and the outlook from week to veEnVU"n l!PB SIvTS Paris, from London, or Rome, or Mad- da-vs of 11 18 9' as "f in national events with tne .men.:; J
. eniantii green in its man as of depicting the conditions of today m 0I r,,npetent knowledge and a back- S iLH
K- wis,j..m. Germany. ground of wide experience.
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Harden Colfax j j " 1 Betty Baxter S
H i S Tfce pseudonym employed to cover the I Chronicler of TA'ashinirton loclety Hr
l J J activities and beet thought of a group Ev I letters each week, covering every
B of business experts, who are following ' '. the many-aided social lift J J
the trend of affairs not only in Wash- $',r ": fhe national capital, are written in a
ington but In New York. Chicago, St. 'iiLH H - 4 ' ' br-ez. gossipy vein which give, , !
iiH , , L daBH . ' - I i reader an Intimate contact with the
i i Pl. ?an Francisco, and other trndo Jv.. I personages and personalities In Wash- j
H Sparrow McGann Andre Tardieu George N. Barnes Walter Camp George Chadwick I I I
H i i Formerly French High Commissioner A member of the British War Cabinet While accepted everywhere as the i
m' I! Is an expert eft, professional sports io the United States. He is the man and of the British Peace delegation. final autkority on football. Walter The foremost authority on baseball in I
J J H g epeclaity la nrko flghtinc He of the hour in France Tardieu knows Mr. Barnes enjoys today the confi- Camp writes in a sport field as wide America today. He knows the record
H ii ' , v America intimately. He tpent two !. n e of the government in power and a.s the country itseli and ciinprehcn of tho team- and the plavers 1
' ' roTerB U th championship bouts years in the United States during the also of the Labor Part v which ic fight enough to take In every possible writer Interns tinaly about bMCpaJl b- ! ! ssH
B ' throughout the yoir. war. He represented France at th , , ' " , . ,, phaco of games in the great outdoors. ca jao ho knows the game thorouchlv i M
i: Peace Conference. Aa a journalist lag Uoyd George. He la a balance ,,. omlnant position as a eport writ- 13
1 J J and statesman he rafiks first today in wheel of conflicting interests in Eng- er go(M ,-jgnl around the clock of tho J J H
i i the public eye of France. land and Is a forceful writer. seasons. H
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