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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 3 July 1916

-7 Jstm. THE WEATHER FORECAST. Local thunder showers to-dajT; tomor IT SHINES FOK ALL row fair; moderate winds: Hlchest temnerarure yesterday. ttLlMett, 16. Detailed weather, mall and iiMU-lne'rirttlVkf r VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 307. ONE CENT M'tty I tSraWs. NEW YORK, MONDAY, JULY 3, 1916. Copyright, 19H1. by the Sim Printing and Publishing Association. EVEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN TO FIGHT U.S. 3Ioiean Peace Delegates Say Nation Will Battle to the End. FIFTH EXPEDITION CROSSES THE 110KDEH No Hint From Carranza Wlien He Will Iteply to Wilson's Demands. Washington, July 2 "If driven Into! ,l" "l'P"-'r.adnouKhi which nr.- ox war with the United State., the people of ,,oe,c,1 ,0 be ul"ed by Congress. xt..i-n n,.n i.u.i,. I T"e Senate Naval Affalrii Committee vnuld fleht In lh rnnbn ti(nt Mflrlfi nd stones when their ammunition was ' tihausted " I Thls was the. statement made to-day by representatives of the labor organ izations of Mexico, assembled here, to ronfer with Samuel Gompers, presl- ceni...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 3 July 1916

THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 3, 1916. 2 Main nil through tho night nl vnrloui point along the lint'. Particular violence, was shown in these attack against the new French jumltlonn at the approaches to lliinlfcoiirt, which I In only fur kilometers (two mid u li.il' i miles) southeast of the mlliiy town of Comblcs. The tall way, tin- Allien- , I'eronne line, takes 11 sharp bend to the 5E5rHVoVtt Thus the French nt then- twit lnti j -re nlmoet astride tho ruling 'at points comilderubly more than half the distance between Alhert and I'erontic. The Gcr- man attempts to tin on" hark the Trench at llardecourt failed utterly miner ..French barrage tiro and rllle lire, the 'Germans, after losing heavily, retreating In disorder. In the course of these vain , . ,. ... i . ,. a . ti... rnoni lo l urctt uin iirii.ii i,.hiii-. Germans lost 300 rrlrutitrs. Boulh of the Soninie the Trench re fnjlsed a number of determined inuntrr attacks and maintained their hew posi tion In their entirety, .Moreover, In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 3 July 1916

N. Y. MEN TO GUARD 76 MILES OF BORDER Totnl of 21.02B From Kuslcrn Stntos Alrondy nt Hlo (iraiitU; or on Wny. PHOIUKMS HE I NO SOLVED For the first time since the moblllia lion of the National tluard liegan two weeks ago It was possible to obtain yes terday survey of tliu vieneral Httuiitlon, In the mobilization i-iimpee along the Mexican border or nj-iprunehliiK those cm nrc 2I.02S troops from thu twenty ('tales and the District of Columbia In the Department of the Kant. The official t'gure re: No York ,. S.Ml ,w Jffie) t 4,024 Ma.ne 1,0) Vermont Hi RHe-ls Island 141 MMrhuMt. S.IJ? runnei Mi-ill Miry.ind t.l5 renn'V'vertls 3.39S tu home mobilization camps ami other concentration olnt In the States within thin lYderal military dcisittmeiit nearly talce as many Irorps ure awaiting uraers while obtaining equipment alul fetting inuili needed trailllis;. Ttie of ficial list of these l: Milnr . 41.i .New 1 1 ii Ire 1.399 MiMJi-hll-f tie l,fl Vermont 300 Khtde. tiend All Cenn.etliut l,n;t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 3 July 1916

THE SUN; MONDAY, JULY 8, 1916. ' 4 ?? GREEK SOLDIERS CHEER VENIZELOS Demobilized Reserves Join in Demonstration Started liy Labor Unions. ATTACK MADE OX EDITOR . Anm, via London, July I. Elm ,fherloe VenUeloj wu the subject of an .extraordinary demonstration this morn- ln. orlrlnttlnr with the labor unions of AUUjne and the Plrieui, which were Joined later by hundreds of the demo- twjii-. ' niicea reserves. I The Unionists started on a march for ,'the home of the Cretan statesman and were lolned on the wav bv the reservists, t "Whoee eun-bronsed faces and martial bearing marked them as soldiers In rtlte of the'.r newly donned civilian at- 'tire. The manlfestants surrounded tlio Heme of Venltelos and cheered until ine popular moi wis lorcea 10 ii.mr 1 trpori hla balcony. , An attemnt made by tne anti-venue- i llete to break up the iratherinir was met with a formidable display of revolvers In the hands of the demonstrators. One man who cried, "Dawn with traitors!" was set upon by the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 3 July 1916

THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY J, itfitf. HUGHES PLANS TOUR TO PACIFIC COAST Wm Drire Home Hli Argu ments at BIflr Meetings in About Ten Cities. VACATION IN THE ROCKIES BRtPOtllAMPTOM, I I Jtllr I. Charles K. Hutches will probably Inaugu ral li cnmpalgn for th rresldcncy In Hi Pfcond week of August, atnrtlng on i tour which will take him to th Pacific cNiat. The tentative arrangement pro vide for addresaei In about ten leading r Itlf. probably St. Paul, Portland, Or. : San Kranclsco, Los Angeles, Salt Lake City. Kanras City, St. Louis and Chicago nions others. .Mr. Hughes Intends this awing around the circle to be merely preliminary to one or more whirlwind tours. He hopes to at old rear platform speaking on the first long trip. Ills plan Is to speak only In cities where It will bo convenient to upend the night and to hold only one meeting In a city, but always In the lirrent and most accessible building. This tour, according to present plans, le to b In no sens a barnstorming expedition. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 3 July 1916

THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 3, 1916. 6 44 Ed- ALL NEW YORK TO SPLASH THIS WEEK Borough President's Strips of Aqueous lUtrh Jinks Mo trins Tn-nifrlit. PRIZES FOR SWIMMERS This I" the dtirkiR vhlrh Hor- otigh President Murks hopes to tunUe tho Enit Hlrlo nnd Vct Side nnd all the rest of town Icirti to nwlin even If he hni to chuck 'ern Into the public bath" nil hold their hend under, Kor this la "efli'h week." If the programme of aqueous high Jinks laid out by Mr. Murks' Perma nent tlath Committee runs true to form then It Isn't Rolne to be fair to wait un til Saturday tilnht to take n hath. H Binning at f o'clock thie. very night at the free munlclvl swimming pool nt 326 nivlnston street a srles of nightly swimming and diving contests tor men nd women In the various human laun dries will bo begun To-morrow after noon at ! o'rloik a eft of nfternoon aquatic games for bojs and girls will tet under way. This will also last mil iweek, a diving mid swimming contest for frtrls only at tho Batter...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 3 July 1916

r-s-T i r--f A -J U Jill a:o:;3A7, JULY 3, 1916. 7 i HOW THE CITY WILL CELEBRATE THE 4TH Fnlriolif Exercises to Ho Held in All the Schools and Pnrks. SAI'KTY FIRST TS SLOGAN Fthr Knickerbocker will have a Rvrl) and highly patriotic Fourth of July to-morrow, llln pinna for making youngsters mill grownups glad th.it tlicy re Americans call for much music, pag eantry and speeches In many school, rarks, playgrounds ami other public p;.ircf Being a firm advocate of "safely first." he will have no fireworks at any of hi ofllcl.ll cerebrations and he will rc d'j. e to a mltilmuin the use of dangerous) pvroto.-hhlos at utiofllelul events. I'nler the auspices of the Mayor's In. dependence Day committee, of which Oenrse (lordon Hjttle is chairman, twen- ty-e'cht !"'P,,",f celebrations will take plaie in Manhattan. Arrangements for trei-e nave nccn mane uy a snu-commlt tfc of which Borough President Marks l honorary chairman and Col. Louis Am n Ames la chairman. Those events v. II Mart with a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 3 July 1916

I3T 8 THE SUN, MONLAV, JULY 3, 1U1G. '.1 Exempt from N. Y. State Tax 1st Mtge. 5 Bonds Secured by an absolute First Mortgage on all property. Stringent mortgage provisions adequate depreciation re serve - regular maintenance expenditures. Replacement value of property more than 67 in excess of bonds outstanding. Net Earnings more than two and one-quarter times Bond Interest. Full particulars on re quest for Circular AD-19 N.W.HaUey&Co 49 Wall Street, New York I'hlta.lr li , Itmtou Chicago llaltitnnr I mi Franrl, o Clrre'and American Brat Co. American Sumatra Tobacco Co. American Gat 4 Electric Co. American Light A Trac. Co. Central States Electric Co. Citie Service Co. Miaalaaippl River Power Co. Pacific Gaa A Electric Co. Republic Railway A Light Co. Tennessee Ry.,Lt. A Power Co. United Light A Railway Co. Western Power Co. American Power A Lt. 6, 2016 Lincoln Gas A Elec. Lt. Ss, 1941 Montgomery Lt. A Wat. P. 5,'43 BcufSt SoU QuottJ Lamarche & Coady Phone 9970 Rector 14 Wal...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 3 July 1916

THE 'SUN, MONDAY, JULY 3, 1916. 9 4f MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS RAILROAD CO. To hoTnrn of certificate of pe.itt rfirfnitliiff rcfemt1 mfl rommon Mock under the Plan aa Agracaeat af Fa. adjnotmfnt, dntcd Jannary i, liflt and To holdi-r of anlii prfferrH and common ntdciti NOTtrr. t. HfRF.BT fllVHJt AN FOt.tlWg! 1 Thr rtan nnd ARroemctit of TWdJtiMmrnt has Ym ap proved hy tit holders of more Minn throcfotirthn In amount of the oiitntancllna capital atock of Tha Mlnneapollt A at Loula Railroad rnmnanr: I, The time for the depoMt of prcfarrcd and common atock hi been Mtrndcd to and Inctndlne .Titly ft, MM, aftar which data no further dcpoalta will ha raccWcd Meant upon aiich tcrma and condition aa the Commlttaa may In Ita dlacreUon determine; j A (1r Installment of a par ahare on account of tha pur enne." price of the Vcw PtocV which Dnoaltora ara entitled to nnrchafe a provided In the Plan la hereh called, parahle Jul A. Will In T'nlted Statea pold coin or Ita eqiilralent. either at t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 3 July 1916

10' 39 THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 3, 1916. PROSPERITY GOES ON WITHOUT A CHECK $147,160,965 : Import, $109,636,775, an tticrcn.se of $39,177,704. "I'oMal receipts In New York In May were $2,815,351, nn riicrean of $348,451 over May, 1915." IN SUNNINODALE FINAL. Timv York District. Reports n Stonilying Down to a Snfcr Pace. I'naets Murk l'rorfi In Ilonblra TournVr. Mimed LAHOH SITl'ATIOX 1.KTTKI. ReveHil upsets featured progress to the final In the doubles tennis tournn inenliit the StintiltiRcUlej Country Club In .Mount Vernon nestcrday. The finalists are Mrs. llcrbrrt Carlebach and Hamil ton Adler, and Miss Elsa Itayitr and FI Holt lllnzen. Mrs. Carlebach ami Adler spr.in, the surprise of the tourney when they de feated Ml'" Marie Wagner and A. J. Ostotnlorf In the semi-final round, 75, 5 t, 8 a. Mis ltaystr and lllnzen de tente, I Miss Margaret Grove and J. It. Ktelnkumpf.' The final will be plajvd next Hundiiy. The women' singles and double: will be started next Saturday. The sutninatl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 3 July 1916

THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 3, 1916. REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS AUCTION SALES THIS WEEK. Viilnnlnry ntiil I'nrepil OffcrliiBa Id Mniiliultnti nml Thr llronx. H F.tl.sn.sDAY, .tt t.V f.. i vt 1 1 ijhijv stiii:i:t.i lit Herbert A, Sherman, UT1I "1. ' ,v- " " Amsterdam ,,. .'.6x10.:. .. My in mi Title II Ac T r Jamfj ii Clonic)' 1 1 nl; Harold (-sain iiit . Higer Mieiinan, iff, .In-, .ni tuxes, . i . Il!. U ."Jinn. I I. Hi iFtlclicr, l.sn T II" K. ii . ini.e First uv, rnl'iiil, .1 ft dtvtg- -Fiiriuir Loan A 1 1 - in i- Marx T Mulry. ludlild a h ,,, r. .i1. He'ler. Holsinn Huron, ii .1 V I'untnr, rcf, Uui'. 13. i ;. 1.1 if. a.c. fiaT.m. I T :. Tlllltli AVIIM T..1 Iti J mica ,1. liontti.iit. ( I x x tl'.. w , 10 n IC.dli st, 2'.x . . . 'Mil 1 HJ lllld b Ilk tlwlg - A Mill IK' v. I.muiu Frankfurter it nl; n.irrx A Hark, ntlv, Miilticii (IMf In 'rrf. ' IK. Hi. II. Hid, v, I I U. l-.i. H'lll "T '.' l '! '. n map 'I! I'-. 1 'J , nr .ok at, l.'.xioo, 5 sty bk the lire nml Hi,; ."am, II WV'Xt ft .ll x...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 3 July 1916

THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 8, 191. , , ' 12 S I Wild Bill Donovans Shift in the Batting Order Has Worked Wonders For His American League Leaders I YANKS' SPURT FEATURES BIG LEAGUE RACES Donovanitcs Are Backing Fine Pitching With Hard Hitting. M'GKAW CONFRONTED WITH VEXING PROBLEM. Br Fnnnr.nicK n. meb. The continued clash of the Yankee, which awept them Into th" American League lead last Wednesday and car ried them through four straight vlcto rlea over the downtrodden Athletic, featured the major league races las. week. During the past week Donovan's men ran oft five victories In six gamon, and but for a unique Incident would have made a clean sweep for the week Juat before last Monday's game Dono van agreed to change a ground rule Which formerly had allowed home runs on any balls hitting a girder In the upper stand near the foul line. Baker hit the giracr when a man was on base, but the drlvo wan called foul, and Nca York lost in the eleventh Inning. Under .. . ,.,11.,., ,1,.. un.il.l ....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 3 July 1916

sppfjiwiijfpiisip! . " . THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 3, 1918. ; 3 1 Murray Gives Splendid Exhibition of Tennis in Defeating Throckmorton in Nassau Country Club Tourney VOSHELL FALLS BEFORE NILES IN NASSAU SINGLES Strain of Too .Much Tennis Ti'lN on l.itnir Isliiml (Miiinipion. Ml IMMY AND VYAA, AUK I.ISTKD AMONG VICTOHS KRAMER SURPRISES ! BY LOSING CONTEST American Cliniiipioii Cvcli(, Is Dcfcaicd liy Spears in Mnleli Unce. POSSIBLE WDTNERS AT AQUEDUCT TRACK TO-DAY. -Dffr Trap, starflneh, it HEATS DKCIIM. PI 11 Flrt nf Jork Srnl. Siernnd liner llnud ('nnnsfl. Qttrrn l Paradise, llrnomiale. Third llnce Itlrerilale, Hpfrtre. . rlliiwalnnr. Fourth flare Startling, l.ornc, Jlirf Henry. HfUi Itace Ttepahllran, Transit, Humiliation. sixth llnre Pinch, l,dy lllllln. ton, KngrlherL TUFTS COLLEGIANS f LEAD IN FIELDING - Week-End Results on Local and Nearby Diamonds At (llamplc liclil. Now Knlaud Averaffei! .'.M5 two (fames, nail for Twenty I Tim Lincoln llianla miietcti Loth coda of a i nimbi.. Ih...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 3 July 1916

14 THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 3, 1916. AM) NIIVV XOltK I'ltKKH. MONDAY, .1FI.Y n, 1010. Catered a I th post Office ai SViv Vork a Sec on. I i .! Mud M r ftatrrltioii lij Mull, ir I l. DAM.Y, Per M .n n . . LiAII.V, Per Year ... fUNDAY, Per M-iih M'SOAY (10 O inula), Per M-mlh.. rjL'NDAY. I'r lur 2 HAII.V AM) Si M'AV, Per Yea- It DAILY A.VDMMIAV, Per Murli. . Kuar.ius Ileus rAtr,T. rr Month I M'NDAV. I'cr Mnnrh DAILY ANI SIS DA . Per Alofilh I fin 1 HE HVI1MMS SI N, Per Monti) 3.1 TUB K KMNU SCS, l'r Ifu 3 .VI TUB IJVENI.MJ aL'MKoreigni.rer Mo. I 03 All rherke, m -n-v or lets, Ar . In be tusde n.ijiiu in rut: Hus. Header ot 1 nr. MM lmlnr town l"f the sjtnmer nit.nlli 1 an hae.- the dai'v rol Punday mil evening editions d.il -re. I to them In any part nt this country or Kur t on the terms i!i'-l olwe Al li rhanged aa often .leelfeit unler through newsdealer ur directly nf fnL.1:- .ttion eiilnc Telephone 2'.'ii IteekniHii. Published dally, Including Suml.iv. I" the fun Printing and Pubileh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 4 July 1916

.- 'f. s THE ECAST. Fair to-da; moderate ds. IT SHINES FOP ALL northwe Highest tem ; lowest, 65. Detailed wont re-poi ts on page 1 1 VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 308. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916. Copyright, IMS, by tHe Sim Printing and PublUthtng AaoclaUon. ONE CENT In (It-culer New Vnrk. 1 ,lersr.t I l( nml Newark. J Klionhrrr, TWO CUNTS. SS LV... r RerBBBBBaiay , .o i 3T WILSON PLANS TO BRING ARMY OUT MEXICO lYrsliinff Already With drawing Toward Bor ? der, Is Report. KOW ONLY 100 MILES SOUTH OF COLUMBUS Frrsidcnt Hopes Thus to Save I. S. From Plunge Into War. LOOK TO CARRAXZA TO PREVENT RAIDS First Chiefs Forces Now Moving Up to the Amer ican Line. WsniN0T0N, July 3. Preparations re believed to be under consideration for u gradual withdrawal of the Ameri can forces from Mexico. Rather than plunge the two countries Into war It Is understood that the President In prepared to abandon n.s soon na prac ticable the original purposes of the Pershing expedition, and leave to the forces of Gen. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 4 July 1916

THE SU TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916. f-f of tho Hommo Hlver. This 1ms given Increased confidence) In tho result of t!u Allies' offensive-. The French have ruptured llerhc mi lid Assciillets aid h ' substantial" gains, taking additional pris oners iiinl heavy gu i making sri-at progi.s.s li the dlrectioi of Mho Important German Junrtlun nf Perqune, which in only n Illtlf over ihfn miles distant from their advance At Herbecottrt. Tim iinii-ooinnilttiil character of the (let-man official stutonetit Issued nwl.iy Is cnnslduted In London aH a vitltlal i m flrmatlon of the success of tho Anglo French opurutlotm. The Germans admit that the division of their foiies ahull. ng both bank of tin- Solium', which wu partially withdrawn Saturday, has now lwcn brought hack to the second line Ni data arc jet Jorthcomlng from cither side as to tho casualties suffered. According to thn German eommunlcu tlon, the Anglo-French losses were "ex traordinarily heavy." AccordltiK to un official llrltlsli reports, h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 4 July 1916

1 r THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 4, ' 1916. W 3 WOOD LIKELY FOR GEN. FDNSTON STILL IN FULL COMMAND Plnn to Send Three Major Oenprals to Bonier Held . I'p for Present. BARRETT SEES HOPE OF MEXICAN PEACE ASKS TO BE SOLDIER JUST LIKE HIS DAD THE GENUINE EDISON RETURNING troopers of the Tenth United States bcon relieved of his trousers nnd haa substituted a Cavalry made prisoner at Carrizal and set free Runnysack. Below is Lcm Spillsbury, the Mormon by Carranza's orders. Tho figure in the centre luw scout. BORDER COMMAND Intiiniitlnn Tlint Hp Ifns Hccn Soloclcd to Assunin Su prpiup Cliarffp. i. dating Machine Pan-American Director Shows How A B 0 Powers Have Relieved Tension. Writ ps PitsIuViii II e Wnnfs in Rfi First, "Wlidi fnll for Roys Is Tn. PresatheButton dictataany time any spead any correc tion while ty pint; costs hall. Proven free on your own work. Ask for the BUYER'S GUIDE. HEWS PLEASES MILITIA TROOPS MOVE STEADILY CARRANZA TO HOLD OFF PLEA 01' PATRIOT AT 1J si:i:i.t nrrift: tfPMtN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 4 July 1916

'IV" THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1916. 4 ft i SEVENTH IS PLACED IN A DANGER ZONE Hew York Regiment Likely to Have n Brush With Mex icans Any Time. , MEN REVEL IX A HATH YTcA&QVAnTFRfl Suffti Division, f. R. A., McALLlN, Tex., July 3. The Seventh JUrlment of the New York division Is, camped at a spot where brushe with Mexicans are expected any hour. . Trouble li looked for because Mexican troop ure being massed along the Na tional Hallway between Camnrgo and Brownsville. While the Me.xl.ahs have manifested no s'gn of flgh the boys of the Seventh aro on the alert. Sentries posted by Capt. Ned M. Oreen. Company II. Twenty-elchth In fantry, 1' S A., at Hidalgo, eight miles due couth of the mubllliattuii camp hele, reported this morning the passing of a train of nine cam tilled with Kuchlteco Indian troops and two motor traneport wajons, These troops were bound westward mid evidently destined for Camargo. Camargo Is dlrertly opposite Hlo Ornnde, where Fort Hlngjold now lias a garrison ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 4 July 1916

THE SUN, TUESDAY, JUIY 4, 1916. 5 f-f INFANT PARALYSIS KILLS 23 IN DAY fl!l r ('lives Disenvcml and 1 1 ci I Hi, Offieiiils IncriMisc l-ii:ti Mnir Force. I I I, MS TO All) CAMPAIGN ii "p new .case nf Infantile P i . were discovered In llin oily I Su 'l.i ."Ml yesterday up to noon ill- hundreds nf iiIIIhk chll r . r t ! I tn the l'cpartmcnt of lie ,1'tii nr i It well ili-lltnil eiiacs, thirty - mi. in ItruuHl) n. twolvn In M nli I'i.m. luche In Itlchmond, live I' l Ton x ami Hirer In lllicem. T' " .-H' t cntythrco deaths . , . ' -,ltli' period, seventeen III II n. fmir In Klelimnnd. (inn In M.iti'Mii.iti ,iml inn' In Uuei'im. Of t li e lea . , 'li.it nf MrM. IMu-urd MIIIh, :ki t,r ill, uf Tnttciivlllc. wnn taken i- i'v ximullcaiit liy the Iltirciui of Vii . I fiM mlrn. Her physician u.ie rati ' 'li'.il'i H 1 1 1 fn li 1 1 1 1 pnrnl xls, h ii ri i'lv uttack. ndtilts and still .ir- iielj, Imn a fatal termination In aduit -.in-. V o-.lliu I" fttallitlrK, there have reri llin ct.scs of t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 4 July 1916

6 HUGHES PREPARES CAMPAIGN POWDER Gathers Mnss of Untn II Will lfsp on flip Stump ns "Purtv's Coiinwl." PLAN'S QflKT FCM'HTII BftlMKIMMPTllN, f.. I. ,1lll S, A' ttsrd ruin last nlnlif, follow nl hy Inter-' Bllttsnt showers Ioi1a. rltrntsrl t'harloi E. Hughes of hln cuMom.iry mortiliiR's rscrtttlnn on the Rolf -nirjr He umil Uis time to gooil mlvnntngi-, howsvrr In hit pr pamtlnri for the cainpnlsrn ths nominee' fxperlence as a prnrllMnx ttorney and as a Jurist an- ssrvlirR hlin In good stpsd. Mr. ItudtioB in stinljliiK Hie Inane of tUs campnlicn mid a number of 5iipie. msrjsry suhjrets with a. much rnre and dlllfftnrs as he uoi to employ In pre paring; an opinion to ho renclned 'n the Supreme Court chamber In Wnshlimtnn or an argument to be detlvrrH befnin n Judicial tribunal. Indeed Mr. Hughes contldrn himself Clin In the rnle of a Istvjrr who ha been retained In the niont Important ess which he nun been railed upon to handle In hi entire career, lie repre sents the Itepiililii'an ...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
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