THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1920:
NEARLY OUT, BUT
ner and he ordered an extra, round of
tnrre minute. At the expiration of this
WINS AT BOXINGlJ:Zrt,i upon McDer
BAKER WINS SPECIAL RACE.
McDcrmott Makes Sensational
Recovery in iV. Y. A. C-
Jokeph' McDermott. a llclituclsht of
the Ounam A. A., wored a wtiMtlonal
victory over Joeph I'uahkal of the St-t
tional A. C In the first ceml-flnil bout,
of tho 130 pound claai In the New York
Athletic Club's boxing tournament far
iimatfurs last nleht.
with only five wconds of the cond
round to go McDermott, who appeared to
be on the verge of collapse, waa cared
from a knockout by the clans of the bell.
. The one minute of rent between tho
rounds worked wonders for McDermott,
who came out of his corner for the third
teuton Krtatly refreshed and full of
flaht. His work during the next three
minutes tnnde aurh n favorable lmpre-
on that one of tho Judges declared thai !
the Ozanant boxer had won, while the'
MVr caat his vote for Pushkal.
Jody flchnu-sler. veteran referee of
t',e Mercury Foot orKanlxatlon, an
nounced his Inability to pick the wln-i
Ural Jllddlr IMslanrr Itannrrs In
Tinnier tlaVer. tli renowned middle
illitat)ce runnur of the Olenco Athletic
Club, hcored a brilliant victory In the
"Hrooklyn Collece thoukmu." ine ieai
ture event at the came of the Hrooklyn
Co'Ke held lr. the Fourteenth JUgl
ment Armory last night. At the end
of a thrilling race he was about three
yards ahead of Mike Devariey. of the I
Mlllmut A. A. Karl EbV. Of the Unl- I
verslty of Pennsylvania, was third,
eight yards back and one yard In frot
of Sidney Islle. Ilakcr covered the
distance In I minutes and 18 1-3 sec
onds. Thin Is the fastest time made
ndoors this tcaion.
1 1 a it v a ii n 'jTTi oc k i: v victouv.
CAMBRtnoE, Mafs., Jan. 31. Harvard i
defeated Princeton at hockey to-night i
by a scor- of 6 goals to 3.
rasMngcl and Freight BertleM.
Pannenit New York to Patrii, Dubrovtult and Trieste .... .Feb.
MauteUnU... New York " Chef bourg and Southampton .Feb.
Columbia New York Londonderry and CUieow Feb.
5ioni. New York " Plymouth. Havre and London Feb.
K. A. Victoria New York " Plymouth. Chetbourg and Liverpool Feb.
Cirminia New York " Plymouth, Cherbourg and Liverpool Mar.
Imperatot New York " Cherbourg and Southampton Mar.
Royal Ceorge New York " Plymouth. Havre and Southampton (Mat.
Columbia New York " Londonderry and Glaigow Mar.
Cherbourg and Southampton ivur.
Plymouth, Havre and London Mar.
Maitretania New York
I Saxosia New York
tC A. Victoria New York" Liverpool Mar.
Plymouth. Havre and Southampton Apr.
Oitrtoum and Southamcton Apr.
Columbia New York " LonJonJcrry anH Giaigow , Apr.
Tor laitr lalltes apply U
21.24 STATE STREET N? ' YCRK.
Ctrroanii (.... New York "
Koval Ceone Nrw York
Maurtlania Nt York '
Elderly People Have A
Daily Health Problem
Stomach muscles and digestive organs
slow to act as age advances
MOST people find tha, years
slipping by without real
izing it, until suddenly
confronted with the fact that they
can no longer digest everything
they would like to cat. It then
becomes their daily task to avoid
what they know to be chronic constipation.
When exercise and light diet
fail it will bo necessary to resort to
artificial means. Strong physics
nnd cathartics, however, are not
advisable for elderly people They
net too powerfully und u feeling of
What is needed is n laxative
fnntnintnf jfTitiv.A Lilt mtt.f
MtvAviiiw. T"!,:- li rA..nj ;n
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
which is a combination of simple
laxative herbs with pepsin. It
nets gently nnd without griping,
nnd used a few days will train tho
digestive organs to do t.ieir work
naturally again without other aid.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
has been on the market since 1892
and was tho private formula of
Dr.W.B. Caldwell, who is himself
past 80 years of age and stillactivc
in his profession. It can be bought
at any drug store and one bottle
is enough to last even a large
family many months. It is a
In spite of the fact that Dr. Cold
well's Syrup Pepsin is the largest selling
liqtad laxative in the world, there
being oter 6 million twoles sold each
year, many who need its benefia have
not yet wed it If you have not, send
your name and address for a free trial
botde to Dr. W. B. Coldutll, jri
Washington St, MontkeUo, Illinois.
That water and oil mix no better financially than physically,
is brought out in the results following the deflation in over
Bert Lawrence in the current issue explains in J detail the dis
appointing stock market action of v
A limited number of copies of ihi.i istue i.i available. Sent upon
zj uno.iinv.i), sew yuhk
This Company has had a
dividend record for a
period of almost 34 years.
I An annlvsis has been Dre-
parcd on the above Com
pany, which will be sent
timber V. T. Block Ktthangt. (
61 Broadway New York
L & CO.
New York Stock Exchange
71 Broadway, Bowling Green 6760
7th Ave. 33rd St. Knickerb'r 785
Thomas P. Lyons, Manager.
American Circle Building
1834 Broadway Columhus 3233
Daniel I. Bradley, Manager.
Special Letter on
The market position of the
Mock of this company is dis
cussed: its financial status
present, past and potential is
reviewed in special letter ac
compaming current issue of
which also contains articles
of timelv interest on:
Amcr. Loco. Cosden & Co.
Elk Baiin Simms Pet.
Cra'U on rriual lor Copy D-0.
Cuban American Sugar
B. F. Goodrich
Their market status is pointed
Questions & Answers
Free eop'j on application
J. Frank Howell
52 Broadway New York
Empire Trust Co.
Fisk Rubber 1st & 2nd Pfd.
Norwalk Tire & Rubber Co.
Milwaukee Elec. Ry. & Lt. Pfd.
Kiely & Horton
40 Wall Si, N. Y. Phone John 6330
Toe Western Research Corporation hu s
complete laboratory for tMtlnr ores and
working out problems In ore dressing. Con"
rulllnx Engineers. Examinations and
Metallurgical report, special attention In
letting mines of merit and preparing
mines (or Investors.
WESTERN RtSKAVCH CORPORATION,
8H-18 lglli t.. nearer. Cot.
S.I.ES I1V AUCTION.
F LEASE TAKE NOTICE! AUCTION SALE
of our pgutlabl Warehouse re.-elpta.
representing a lot of 100 long tons of .ret
Vanilla Chocolate. "Ace High" Ilraml. man
ufactured by the Beacon Chocolate Co. of
Iloston, Mass.. and no stored at India
Wharf Warehouses. Iloston. Slass.
Sale to Take 'Place In the Office of
LEO MONHIIKIMKR. AacU D'trar.
Room , N. V. City, on Monday. Feb. 1. 1120.
at P. M. Auctioneer's Phone. Canal 1010.
FOR SALE I
ALSO CHOICE SELECTED OIL LEASES '
IN PROVEN TERRITORT. TEXAS AND
LOUISIANA. QUOTATIONS AND DE
SCRIPTIONS FURNISHED UPON RE
QUEST. WM. E. MOORE. 1JJI CONSU1I-I
KRS Ill.ix;.. CHICAGO. ILL.
HKLP WANTED MALE.
DOT wanted In oRIce of large export
four houje; beginner acceptable; state sat
ury Box V. T., ,TJ Eun-Herald Downtown.
PREFERRED STOCK SALESMEN
.wanted to ilevote all or part time ren
ins 'locks In a high class proposition
In or around Nenark. N. J.: applicants
murt have had former experience, have
references of the bet: this Is an un
usual opportunity for ralesmen to rr.
celve a substantial remuneration either
in the form of salary or commission.
Call or write
NORTON & CO.
54 Broad 8t, Newark, N. J.
For CADIZ and BARCELONA
li.M.S.CaUluna, . . About Feb. 3
R. M. S. P. de Satruaterni About Feb. 20
R. M. S. Mantcrideo About March 10
For further particular anolv to
LUIS LLANSO. Atrent
PiERS.EAST RIVER.NewYork City. Telephone Bowling Green 5150
DIVISION OF OPERATIONS
United States Shipping Board
Emergency Fleet Corporation
NORTH ATLANTIC DISTRICT
45 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY
ANNOUNCES FOR SALE
Deck, Engine and
LOCATED AT PIER 4, ARMY DOCKS, K0R0KEN, N. J.
KENT AVE. and SOUTH SIXTH ST., BROOKLYN, N. Y.
All persons interested in the purchase of this
property should communicate with Mr. W. . J.
LOVE, Purchasing Agent, Room 200, 45 Broad
way, New York, N. Y., who will furnish, upon re
quest, details as to quantities, kinds and location of
property to be sold. Sealed bids will be received
up to 12 o'clock noon Monday, February 9th, 1920.
New York, Jan. 31, 1920.
reference to bny
form of travel to any
part of the iorld is
available at our
In the present unusual conditions
abroad hotel accommodations will not
be uniformly satisfactory. Clients of
Thos. Cook & Son need have no con
cern in the matter, for good rooms in
the most desirable hotels have already
been reserved for thosc who avail them
selves of Cook's Travel Service.
Feb. 7, 28 and March 27, by
S. S. "Paatore" and S. S. "Calmare" of
the "Great White Fleet"
These favorite liners especially built for
the Tropics have been chartered exclusively
by us tor 24-day cruises. Inclusive fares
$425 up. Send for .fully detailed and beau
tifully illustrated booklet.
'Indicates ships full.
Escorted Tour leaving February 3rdrthe itin
erary includes: "Grand Canyon Southern
California with its attractive and restful Coast
resorts San Francisco Apache Trail New
Orleans." Similar tours February 10, March 2.
Accommodations reserved at best hotels
only. Inclusive cost 5725.
A new series of individual tours and es
corted Spring, tours to Japan, China. Manila,
etc., Feb. 20, March 0, 8, 30.
Weekly tours by FURNESS BERMUDA
LINE. Inclusive fares 5123 up.
Atlantic City-rOld Point Comfort North
and South Carolina Florida Cuba.
Individual tours to leave any day. Hotel
accommodations rescrvetl in advance.
Carry Your Funds In Safety Carry Cook's TraTfllrtV Clirnurs
Firdin 18 il "Fint in 1923
Thos. Cook & Son
Opp. City Uall
561 5th Avenua
Tel. Murray II Q1 11
For HAVANAand VERACRUZ
R.M.S.MonterWeo . . ..About Feb. 15
Alio frequent Stifinfi for VIGO, CO
RUNA and SANTANDER.
. Jg'y ' TOURS.
Raymond and Whitcomb Company is the only large American company with .
any long experience in the tourist field. Our 40 years' experience and our
intimate, up-to-the-minute knowledge of the completely new conditions all 1
over the world make our service of inestimable value io travelers.
FLORIDA and CUBA
Tour. Leavine Feb. 2, 9, 1C, 23, Mar. 1 and 4, include both the West and East Coasts of the Summer LanJ.
Florida, with an autcrr.obilc trip across the Peninsula through the orange groves.
Toura Leaving Feb. 5, 12, 19, 26, include the East Coast and Havana. "The most foreign city in the New
World," with its Old World customs and atmosphere, the real carnival Capital.
Leaving ice, snow, discomfort and all the
hardships of the Northern Vinter you are
quickly taken into the Summer land or Florida
herself, with lier blue skies, tropical palms,
famous beaches, warm sea bathing, princely
hotels, summer customs' and costumes. The
East and West Coasts need no crier. The
Riviera itself does not call back its sojourners
more than do Palm Beach and the Florida
You share with all Americans the desire to
"cross the water" on the "sea-going railroad" to
out-flung Key West. All tours give this unique
experience. Cuba herself would be worth a
tour, even with Florida omitted. Here you are
transported overnight to old world customs with
American comforts. The "Pearl of the An
tilles" is as picturesque and foreign as the
strangest parts of Europe.
Everyone wants to Uit fashionable Honda in the height ot the Palm Beach and
Miami season. The only question, is hotel accommodations. We have ours and can
give you the room numbers when you book. Every member of a Raymond & Whit
comb Tour is thus assured' comfort.
Ravmond-Whitcomb Tours are stnctlv limited in membership.
They are unlimited in enjoyment and'm all the luxuries of modern travel.
Tours to France and tlie Battlefields. Belgium, the Riviera, Chateau Country. Provence, Italy, Spain, Switzer
erland. Holland. Algeria, and Tunisia. Departures Feb. 21, Mar. 20, April 3 and 17, May 1, 15 and 29.
Write for Booklet.
A rev booking' still avail
able. Feb. 3. 5, and t(
tJurs each week thereafter.
I.murlom mil- In n
nally rhurtetvtl utrani
biiw. Hilling! in March
Next tour sail In cn Mar.
S to Wnt oat. actwH
ihr Aniin and up KaM
Aro urged for Europe es
pecially, because of tlw
dimand and our strictly
Alio Fascinating Tours to Japan-China and Round the World.
SESD FOR BOOKLET DESIRED
RAYMOND & WHITCOMB CO.
225 Fifth Avenue
Telephone Madison Square 6270
TOURS INDEPENDENT & CONDUCTED - CRUISES
Tours to the Far East
Sailing from San Francisco
February 28, March 6, April 27, June 26 $2,350.
Visiting Japan, Korea, China, The Philippines.
Sailing from Seattle March 19,
A Cherry Blossom Tour to Japan Only.
WRITE FOR DETAILS
Arelfou Going to Europe ?
"The American Traveler
in Europe 1920"
This is a 64 page illustrated book containing
practical information about passports, hotels, ,
transportation and current travel conditions.
READ THIS BOOKLET
THEN MAKE YOUR PLANS
Sent free upon request
THE AMERICAN EXPRESS COMPANY has been ap
pointed official agent in the United States for
THE BRUSSELS FAIR
APRIL 4 TO 21
Full information upon request.
Wherever you travel carry those spendable every
where American Express Travelers Cheques,
AMERICAN EXPRESS TRAVEL DEPARTMENT
65 Broadway, New York
RAILWAY & STEAMSHIP TICKETS HOTELS
40 Hours from Frost to Flowers.
We are now booking for
BERMUDA TRAVEL BUREAU
RING MR. BELL for AH' About Bermuda.
ALL EXPENSES Rail or Steamer
MARCH 20-WEST COAST va PANAMA CANAL
SEND FOR PARTICULARS.
EUROPE and BATTLEFIELDS April-May.
Tickets and Reservations to All Parts of the World
INDIVIDUAL PARTY 8EKVICE 'TOMKORT WITHOUT EXTRAVAGANCE."
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13 1'AHK ROW. SUITE 311, NEW YORK. Telephone ItarcUy 5277-S27S,
Nfmrlc Office. .S2."i llroad St.. Room 3. Trlrphone Mirktt 1179.
Sprinfrfirld, Maw.. Room 210. Mixsasoit II luck.
Till PUBLIC TIM rXBASXB."
PROVIDENCE DIRECT BOAT $2.97
i All OnWdf Dtalirmns, tlM ( tSM.
i cAbdbc "Pricei mdult Wu Tax
ts.l bate riff t North IUtsu Ba
B 8andj il 1 P. U.
Htos Serine MM.
McCann's Travel Tours
Tickela and Tours Every where.
Bermuda West Indies t
South America Orient
Europe The Battle Fields
INDEPENDENT TRAVEL TICKETS
WITH HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS.
Three l 30 Dirs ihrtint wj dir.
IfnYe or 'phone for fret copy of Tisttl Tips.
McCANN'S TOURS, Inc.,
1,328 Broadway 47 West 34th St.
Telephone Greeley 123.
SOUTH AMERICA TOUR
East nd -West Coasts. 70 Oars.
Small parties. Best Hotels.
Learlnj Feb. II.
FRANK TOURIST CO.,
411 Filth Ave.. New Torlc
from General Headquarters
In any cttr tba Rarmond-Whltcomb
cBlre Is the place, to bring your steamship
prol-lems. Wo are ofHcinlly appointed
Ktr,'.. or all Transatlantic and Trans
IxcIl'c lines and ean furnish choice resenra
tlons sod tickets to Europe, West Indies,
houth America and any part of the storlJ.
Come to us and let our experts tell you Just
hat you want to know atiout sailings by all
lines and comparative cost of tvcomicoda
tlons. RAYMOND & WHITCOK1B CO.
(i. II. O. for Steamship Information.
3U JSlh Ate. cw York.
fTarceater, HAS ; rrarlienM direct. H.1
OLTSIDF STATEROOMS 1.0 S3.ll
Dally, Including Sunday. : P. U.
From Pier 1VE. R. phone 1701 Beekmai
Tickets Pier or Consolidated tlefcst cam
FALL RIVER LINE
From Pier II. N. XI.. Fnllon St 5:00 r. M.
Orchestra on Knell Boat.
NEW LONDON (NORWICH LINE). Sir.
Ivs. Pr. 40, N.R.. Houston St.. wk. daya only
5:30 P M. Lv. Pr. TO. E.R.. ild St., i P. II.
DIRECT PASSENGER SERVICE
' FROM HAVANA
s. ictoria, I ch. Ji
b. b. Onan:i, .War. in
FROM NEW YORK
S. S. Ebro, Mar. 20
BRAZIL & ARGENTINE
S. S. Orbita.
S. S. Orcoma.
S. S. Almamora
S. S. Darro,
5. S. Andes
and Intermediate Ports
(The Royal Mall Steam Parki-t to
(The Pacific Steam Navigation i o
II. i W Neln, Ltd
'The Cnl'jr.-CaMle Mail i I ,
NINDKUSON A SON. Gen. Uent,
26!lrnadav N V. 'Phone llnuil !: j
Or any Steamship TlrUt g ;t
Fast Mall Steamers
NEW V0RK PLYMOUTH
NewYerV 12Nooi).Fel4 Mir. 1
Sl.P.ul 12Noon.Feb.21 Mir.23
Pbilid-Jphia I2Noon.Feb.23 Mir.Zl
NEW YORK HAMBURG
Manchuria 4 P. M., Ft'j. 11
MenroRa Feb. 2!
RED STAR LINE
NEW YORK SOUTHAMPTON
Upland 2 P. M.. Feb, 25
N. Y. SOUTHAMPTON-ANTWERP.
Kroonland Mir. 31 Apr. 10
Rnlind Mir. 10 Apr. 17
Upland Apr. 31 Mis 8 June 12
WHITE STAR LINE
N. Y. CHERBOURG SOUTHAMPTON
Adruk.. 2P. M. Feb. 14 1 Mr. 20 Apr. 21
Upland. .2 P.M. Feb. 25 ..
To Southampton. Che- rg. Antwerp.
'Uplind Apr. f Mi) 8, June 17
To Rmthmplon i Antwerp
Oitt. 12 Noon, Feb. 7 1
Cedric 12 Noon. Mir. 6 Apr 3
Baltic Mar. 13 Apr 17
Celtic 12 Noon, Apr. 10 1 Mir 1
NEW YORK AZORES-CIBRALTAR
Cinopie 3 P. MM Mar.16
Creli 3 P.M.. Mir. 31
International Mercantile Marine Conpijf
9 BrcidwiT, New York
Ideal Winter Vacation Resort
FURNESS BERMUDA LINE
Faat, twln-arrew. palatial steamers
Sailing FresvNeir Yort
S.S 'FORT HAMILTON"
11.000 Tons Dlsplacesi-t3t
Feb. 7-IS-25. March .1, 10. 17.24.31
S.S. "FORT VICTORIA"
14.000 Tons Displacement
Feb. 21-2S. March 6-1J-20 27.
pi.i ports required tot llermudi.
For further partlculira W
FURNESS BERMUDA LINE
FumeM IIoosc, Whitehall hU, New York
AZORES. LISBON, MARSEILLES
P. S. ROMA FrB. 9, MAR. 2)
r. S. HIUTANNIA 1XIJ. S7. A I'll. I!
(troni Prosldence the next day.)
N. Y. TO PALERMO, NAPLES. MARSEILLES
?. m. p.niiirt riui. zi, Ant.
S. .1I.1HONNA SLH.
NEW YORK TO PALERMO AND PIRAEUS
i. S. CANAIIA MABC1I II
booa tanin .iceominouatlons at moderate
Alipljr to Ixeal Arnrta or to
JAh. W. KLWEI.I. A- CO..
General Aients. 17 Slnte St N. T.
Konregian mrka Line
Ehortert Itoutc to
Through Ilooklnsj to
WEDEN & DENMARK I
Staianrertlord Feb. :il
J'JercensfJord .Mar. l'l
aunrrn am Anr.
jersensflotd Aur. "8
.-10 RrMce St.. N. T
NEW YORK to ROTTERDAM
Via Plymouth & Boulogne-Sur-Mer
S. S. ROTTERDAM Feb.?
S. S. NEW AMSTERDAM ... .... Feb. 21 1
S. S. N00RDAAI Mir. j
For rates end farther Information app',l
General Pasenaer Offlee. 21 State SUN. I' I
-iinNoni.r. suva. new zeaun'
The I'alatlal Panser Steamers
R. M. S. "Niagara" R. M. S. "Makurar
20,000 Ton.. 13,500 Ton.
Sail from Yonranrer. II. C
For fare und g.llllnr annlr Canadian ft'
nj l.SSl llroadnar. N. V- nr to faiu-l
tllao-An.trnlian Kujai .null i.ine. 4iu
mour at., Vanrourrer. II. '
Swedish American Line
S. STOCKHOLM "fiXZr
Mar 13. NEW YOIIK DIRECT TO GOTH-
KN1ILKO, SWEDEN. Short routa to
hCANIHNAVIA. Close connections to Ger.
many and nil parta of Continent.
lMa.uJi otfkicti. si Mate U N. I.
Uontrsal or Qnrbse to Europs, Can. Pa
eiac Ocsan Bervlcta. Ltd.. 1311 Broadwaj.
Niagara to the Sea Writ for booklet
Canada 3teamsh'D Llnee. Montreal, Canada
LAMPORT & HOLT LINE
KKMIIHANDT .Keb. II
Lamport & Holt, Ltd.,
12 llroadwar. N. V. Tel. C9il liro.l cl.
Largest and Fuste.t Sleamen of I lie IBM
tan Jlcrramile .uannr.
Direct I"aenser Sertlce Uftween
NEW YOKK GENUA NAPI.E.S
DANTE 4UGH.ERI ryo?J?Feb.
GICSErPl VERDI..... FEB
1st rin.. $:m op: za cia, wi p.
MCDONNELL Jt TKIDA, General Aiy.
5 tote Street.New Yorl. .
The Fajt Italian Mall Uae.
NEW YORK NAPLES GENOA.
FURNES?. WITHY & CO.. Ltd.. (Sen. Aits..
U Whitehall at.. New York city. '
i i mmm i i i m umm
I H war. N. '
Nrw York llaTre aVordesutz Pas4sv
CtirANY'8 OFFICH. 1 Mat SU N. t.
West Indies. Central and South Amerie4
UNITED FRUIT COMrU'
II Batry PUea. N Tori.
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