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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

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Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. bP4bb)3bV .. iHBiflAh&lflBMiflBt 9HflflBHIHHHHIHHPVHIBIHHBI0HiVBBiHi L Vbbbw BBHBHBBn9Jh iMBWpJBfi bb-b-b-b-b-H-f AIHSHHBHbkH' n k "BIBir ir "'fl LIbbHH0VVVMb LEbKBIP aiBWBBa-fek7s'S v93Sff!KaMiHBHftVBHBEIKV Gen. Northey's expedition in northern Rhodesia landing at Karonga on Lake Nyassa. This force is pushing on to reenforce the Boers and British now operating against Germany's last colonial possession, German East Africa. O WAR'S LONG ARM STRETCHES TO EARTH'S OUT OF THE WAY PLACES Q lS B BB8bL0LB IEK9YBiBBB3K9 EBBHflBBBBBBBBBBBIBBvBBBH MBBBBBHKjBBBBBBBBBBBBBBKVVBHHlHaMBHBBBBBl BBlBH'H''iXMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BM 'TiSElBHBHBUH JbP ..KHbSbVHb1bSHBBb1 . 4Ib. Xr fa "I Bl MBMft pJH5BBHWPI2s9vBfil riisiiBBB-B- iBHHBII-B-Ir&'s BfPtB3&BlilB9' ' mKSj VBMBBErjr. ?BE9B VaaWf BBBBBK Bs aAif'RkV& J"BBB. flBHHH SBBBBBB. i 'lBVBMi jSMta DHK r' !E amfV' 1 IHE". b-1. I' - I Gen. Northey's expedition crossing the ZambcM River en a bridge hastily cons...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. FOUR FEMININE FAVORITES FEATURED ON THE FILMS BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBS '(' to BaMMM aaY aWBtalBlBaaa 'TBtalBaal W SB "MW BlBBr - t 4Y-'JH I BaHalBlBa iWi.. ,afH H 3f-' BaaaaaaaaaaV aB 1 is 5 J 4 ! pJ3 "Sunday. Ah-h-h, nothing to do until to-morrow. No use tall: ing, boys and girls, this is the life. I'd like to see any director give me orders!" A MOVIE STAR SOMETIMES GETS A DAY OFF, AS THESE PICTURES OF ALICE BRADY SHOW. Bi-J: "Flowers! A whole hedge of them. And real ones too not reel, but r-c-a-l. Now to fill the vases." Ik BP TirVS Mr. M. Ahe K BBl IPI t. n.r Sir. TrC Jr?r I uinrl nrnnnul m rtr 1 , aT i " 1 1 "" H . , I marriage. I wouldtXTT F'Ji ' I til. rnl i J .. yi " but my director WeJl- wc."- Jns n ay in .even that I V I won't let me. I have time fcr a second cup of coffee. I ftyikPr I "Alice Brady." l J NOL aaaWlif af faaaarSaaaV' a4MaB'HaaaaaaaBamaaaLff aaaaaaWaWSaaauWBaaaaaaaaaBr LJBm JaaaaaaaBvSL. Pftl WaVwl jm aTaaaBtaBttaaaBBBVT Iibb MRS "This s...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. BBBBJ Vl BfwHW J A Litter From "BRANNIGAN" We received a letter signed "Bran nigan" which was written under date of June 14th: "ROBERT D. B LAC KM AN, Hotel Belleclaire, Broadway at 77th St., New York City. "Dear old friend: , "I have read the enclosed article (the Lnuber advertisement) and am glad to hear that Mr. David Lauber is very fond of Apple Pie, especially thase baked at your hotel. I suppose he does not hap pen to be lucky enough to have such Apples up In Buffalo, or such a good chef as is at the BELLECLAIRE HOTEL, but I will tell you what my favorite dish would be if I were a guest, and that would be a "Famous Irish Stew." "It pays to advertise. (Signed) "BRANNIGAN." Mr. Brannigan: Thank you for your suggestion. Come around some time and you shall have an Irish Stew that will make your hair curl. ROBERT D. BLACKMAN. HOTEL MAJESTIC rrnllnaCnlrl Fark-Aral al TMBl. NKW VOHK Tha llouw f ;ne4 Will Nar, la all lhal'i drlrakl4 far from all Ihat'a u...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

Editorial Sidelights on the War Books Financial News Queries Games Problems SIXTH SECTION EIGHT PAGES NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. CoPvrf,7f, 181, bp Ih, Sun Printing nnd rulltshlng AfoctaHtm. I FIND GRAVE FLAWS IN TRADE WAR PLAN flriti1i Papers Sny Ocrmiui.v Cnnnot He Struck With out llurtinir Enyrlnntl. HF.NKFIT TO NEUTRALS drcat Clintire for V. S. Mnnn fncturors Seen When Tonpc Comes. tfil Cnrrrtfrmifncf In Tnr ScT tiNPoN, June :t. The ncwpt nnl ,. rem'vrkiblo dvolopmfnt In Ktl- rofn politics ' policy serloiisty jfrtpml r xtrcmlMs In both ramrw t!it tho two croup of wnrrlnK po'a'fr r..olldtfl Into permanent ami lion ti; crnnmerflst alliance. Such vision" vitally affect the Inte ret of all nculr.il tr4!n mtlnn, amt of none more tlun tfc Vnnul Stts. Fn rrnv complication In tho path. ny of thn "war after the wnr" hp; illa-ovem! by bualtic men anil eeono tr..r writers that tho dream of a laellns feud of trinle may surfer a brief and untnflurnnl career. Hut statesmen !n both Kumpes...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. I H0LLWE6 BITTERLY ASSAILS HIS CRITICS Vnc'illiilinr C.niiicellor," in Tlcfclisfiijr. Ilffrnils His Kf forls for Pence. HKCAU.S (lOSCIIKX VISIT Snys llrifisli Ainliiissnilor Was in Slnfe of ('oIiiim ill Approiieli of Win. (V.ilcs nf German iiosti.ipois nf June f Just rnrunl tn Niw V' ll iii-tnlll Itin tng 'ivmn nf tlnil date Iti'li'f cubic I spat, ! - .1 t'n i Din itpmi.d I spirited speech In i"i iinr en It tl tminn Hnllwig. -Kii ill iik Hie ai'llmr- nf "II tl patriot ' l imptiH wlnm contained bitter tl' . 'in nf On' liu-nuilor's poll, cics. Here is the full tet f Mr. vnn Hetlmiatin-tlnllwog' speech "The inntinuanii' of tin' proi.s censor lilp litis brought kip it vu) regrettable state of . (T.i lr nf uhlih I mint spenk to day. I mean tin' 1 c i nli'l-'iif agitation through t lie medium "f pamphlets nttil memoranda, secret ninl open. "If It were lit nil possible to shake the confidence of our nation some of these article certainly tried lianl to do It....

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

w SOME NEW BOOKS. I Jtiraer From the Fenian Galf to the Blaek Sea. Improving on the practice of some ttrent writers who cannot or do not Utoh to avoid the temptation to hitch Hair literary wagons to the red elenet Mara. William WAnrtnui In The gttt of AUi (I'tltnnma) reports his Journey. In the year before the war Sirsn, "P tno T,Krl" Bagdad, to gabyloti, by caravan to Kurdistan, through .Mosul nnd Persian cities to Utlli and Van, without bo much ns a tacked on chapter alnrnt tho Oreat War. Tho "timeliness" of this volume H rot artificial. The forces of Asiatic expansion, re MSttdly pressing toward Europe, car JlTi the Ottoman empire westward, tad one successful European Invasion lift la Iran "a people of European race with an Asiatic civilization." And Mr. Warfleld's line, leaving the Turks to ttu west and the l'erslans to tho enst. Ifparates geographically the lowlands f the Mediterranean basin from the Iranian plateau and the Indian Ocean. At the head of the Persian Onlf and at t...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

6 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. 5 CUM XA1XXT 1AT.HL I TIE COTTOH MAWKT.T an ATn WA-RVTT I rmmm wintrpm I nnuprr if ivv-put f I - I "' "-"- 1WUW1I lUUVikUli WMXIB JUHBii I i i i INDUSTRIALS. Illfti. Jow. Ijt Chf . ll S IS Si il'M ,'-i f.elna Kplo. mo iHutler Clirm... i,.i Cun Nat Ue... 1 . i jc ir Uiht I1 , .i rur-tltt Aero.. K;ori) Motor. a. t.i Drtirt -vlfburr...lil l,,i K,et M Truck.. B w iKmerun Motor. 4 l'mernon mono. II le til.iioii W A W. 47 ilr.tnl M Cr WA 40 Hupp Mntor...... I' loi jjoiilln Ore Hpcl. I (..I KM Mir........ I' ji) s II Kr pf..102' mi tr.nkn Torp II.... ( Mi ll.) nn '"nono.. . .Manhattan Tram H, g..) .Mari-utit of AM.. 1 iMuum Munll... 1M jMMval Steel... (J .) I'eerle T M.. SI S lullmn Vn Cttrpl S 11.1 1M11 Vrn Corp pr.t S1 vifHion Mot Cur Cot 1 Mfrnnr HchIt Co pf tl , ft) Marxian Moton.. t '4j ti pt Jo!'h 1rvl...: IS lfrViMuli Motor 1 MH lTnb TtTJiirl(i. ,,t 41 ..lTnanji, Vllm.... ?H fHTo.1.1 ShlpTant,..! T IM I' ' " Corpl Ji r i. a ir cor pf.t i' io t' s tea...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

6 ixiiii ouW, oui,ia, duiji 9, 1916. NOTABLE FINISH OF A PREEZEOUT Jim IUiHmIi'M Tinvcls Abroad in M'H I lift One, Kyod Man's rballono. OWKN I'KITBR PLAN'S IT By DAVID A. CURTIS. It In recorded In history that Ar knnsns City nan originally called Kapolcon. .lust how or why that name wan given to tho little settlement which was afterward to become fa mous as tho centre of nil the clvlllza tlrtn that was to be found In tho part of tho world which It adorned Is not recorded. Shakespeare himself would havo been unable, to point out any peclnl fitness of tho place which could ho pleaded ns Justification for tho choice of that name. With regard to tho titular distinc tion that was afterward bestowed on the place the case was entirely differ ent. Aa time went on end the fact became apparent that here was a place In which the amenities of life had replaced the uncntithnoss of existence nmld such surrounding as nature had provided It was found desirable to so. lect a designation nxpio.ssvn o...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

WAY OF CHAMPIONS AT ROYAL AUCTION gvsfpm of Bidding and Tiny of tho Knickerbockers nt Spring Lake. WINN 1X0 TEAM TACTICS By R. F. FOSTER. Tlie twenty-sixth nimil.it congress of the American Whist 1-eanue, which met t Bprln lAlte. N. J,, two weeks ajro, decided not to take any official notice of auction bridge, the sentiment of the detent" being that they had quite enoufh to do to manage their own name. nitu n,r ......... ..,.- ,, mn , brtif first made Its appearance, the tMtu might hac followed the fash. ItafU uilglit lae followed the fash Ion. out u is mo inie now. Vary few bridge players now know anything of whist, whereas at tho start tJny were all whist players, and the tnt player would much rather leavo ttaltton to a club that played bridge and nothing else, than to an organization (hat professes to play nothing but du pUeat whist From the remarks of some of the dele gates who are largely Interested In auc tion. It was evident that before another year they expected that the bri...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT lower Prices, With Public Takln-7 Littln Part In Sinnll Volumfl of Business. FALL rX BANK RKSKIIVRS farther professional pressum nsMlnst atocks bared upon the, same coii'ldcrn tlona which Rovernort speculative- opera tions In Friday' market wits effective In yesterday's short session In bringing bout seiierully lower prices throughout th Stock Kxchiilifte list. Although the greater part of the oelllnR. which orig inated chiefly on the floor, wan In the industrial Issues, especially In tho.o hares In which there are tlll nutstiitnl Ing heavy long accounts accumulated at figures materially above prevailing; levels, the volume of business was small and JI4 not Include, much public participa tion. Borne of the larger operators were rather aggressive on the bear side of the market, appurently on the theory that a substantial reduction In prices would at tract outside liquidation to-morrow. And In their attack upon the Industrials they had In mind the probabilit...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

6 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. AND NEW YORK Fit Mi. SUNDAY, JULY 0, 1016. Ka tared at the I'oit offlc at New Tork aa Second Clata Mull Matter. ftabttriptletie ty Mall, reetpald. DAIL.T. rr Month M DAILY, Per Year SUNDAY, Per Monlli PUNDAY (to Canada), I'er Month... SUNDAY, Per Year DAILY AND SlfNIMY, I'er Year... DAILY AND SUNDAY. l'r Month.. Fuaaias IttTie. DAtt.T. Pr Month SUNDAY, Per Month DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Month,. is t 3H S M 1 M a 1 s TUB KVKNINO BUN, Per Month. ts THE RVRNINU SUN, FT, Tear. THHKVKNINUSUN(FartlB),PerM. 1 SI All rharVs. money nrdara, te ba made payable la Till Stiw. stealers of Tns Sin leaving town for the nwair month cn have tb. dally anil fluniar and evening dltloni delivered to thorn In anr Prt ol this country or r. urope oa tho terma elated above. Adoreaeea ehangad often ao desired. Order through newsdealer or directly of Publication offlc.. Talapboaa 1200 Bf kman. frubttehed daily, Including Sunday. y the Bun Printing and Publishing Association at JM ...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

FIFTH SECTION rtyf 1 g. Sc'fr 1) SPECIAL FEKTXME TEN PAGES J?ZZ tfW M-1 SUPPLEMENT j ""jjjjESSSwrNrii NEW YQRK, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. OTfljfllfjj ' ffp'jFylV't 1 Copyright. 1516, bj ffce Sun Printing and TnlyEM ""h HAS Persistent Report That U Boat Has Crossed the Seas to Our Coast Brings Up Discussion of the Possibility of an Undersea Merchant Marine THAT If a German submarine J A has already been here? While ports along the Atlan tic eeaboard liuve been watching for this transatlantic seven day nomltr, It Is not Impossible that the boat has actually come and gone. There, arc persons who normally have access to the nation's official confi dence that positively declare that a treat tirrman U boat reached one of the bays on the Atlantic coast unde tected and forwarded to Washington documents from the Kaiser. If this be so, whence did the sub marine dreadnought come and whither has she gone? The mind Instinctively recalls Jules Verne's famous story and the exploits of that wonderful s...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY J), 1916. HOPE OF WORLD IN UNION OF ENGLISH Philip Kerr, British Publicist, Foresees Leadership of Great Britain and America in Plan for International Welfare By EDWARD MARSHALL. THE greatest hiflueiiee. for unity In the British Ktnplro 1m the Hound Ttible Ma-iinirtr and the group of political thinkers of which It. It the mouthpiece. Tim editor of i ha mrailn and oni of the leader-' if the greup l I'hlllp Korr entually Mr. Kerr will be the Mar ajula of Lothluti. At iiieneiii i.. . MM tt the jiiobI rcmurkublu or thu! , ' ha data, for tha upplicutlnn of con ntructiva thougHfc to the prohlem of "estftbTISTllnr the nWt efflcleiit imssl hie cooperation betwcn the live bolf Rovernlng Dominions which conotltutH tho British Hmplro'and whose Inter ceta are In many wuya, ulthouKh nut in all waya, Identical. The main object of the Hound Table and Ita promoters Is first to cHtnhllHh the moat efficient possible democratic cooperation for the common good be tween the aelf'go...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. COUNTRY CIRCUS BEREFT OF : ROMANCE BY HORSELESS AGE Gone Is Boyhood's Thrill of Sawdust Ring, Flying, Tin j" selled Equestrian Queens and Gilded Wagons Since ' Autos Whisk Show From Town to Town HIS I the season f the rnrl with tents nnd torches flaring up In when small towns and villain. ! ftont of thn candy and lemnnndc booth and men and horses and wagons and T X throughout the middle States nd New linglund at least, sud denly blossom forth, one after the other, with a riotous burnt of color; not the gorgeous hues of pansles, weet pes a and early roses, but wmo thlmt far dearer to the boyish heart fraud? posters In store windows an nouncing the glorious and exciting fact that once more the clrcua Is coming. The future had been darkened by the prospect of the dreaded school exam ination. You have spent weeks In brooding over possible catch questions that you are sure your unfeeling 1-ntln teacher will aneak Into "exam" papera regarding Cstsar and Cice...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. ELSIE JANIS IS cMjjy JJjSCB jJjJjJj .VS jf nCC hme PffBSPjSfBsft ' L HBIBKapSaPfLsTM Miss Elsie Janis lays out her own tennis court. I to'fLlZ B lES'iilCSSMlHHHl I Keeping up with George Washington and his hatchet. Having Purchased Philipse Manor Actress Feels That She Must Live the Washingtonian Life rT"HlS koopli I Washing IS keeping up with George shlngton," said the pretty actres.", "la "too copious for By dimensions.' " "Els;?,'1 ehldcd her mother gently, "you dci express yourself so or so cloudily ' "Cloudily?" echoed the pretty nc truf. "Look up George Washington's letter about I.ce. You'll tlnil it in the first volume of tho Custls Memoirs, page George Washington Mild that something or somebody was 'too copi ous for his dimensions.1 as a single fiance will (how." And then she threw down the axe with which she was emulating a certain performance of the Father of his Country and mur mured something to the effect that the performance would be cont...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

-.v. W. ri; 'Vrfiv'.t' THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. TOYLAND IS TURNED AROUND American THE war nan canned many queer changes In the world's trade current?. Japan making base balls and shipping them here for American boys to play with Is one, manifestation of this. And America sending over dolls to France, once the home of benutlful dolls. Is nnnther. Tho capital of tnyland lias shifted. It used to bo In Germany. Just now perhaps It Is In the neighborhood of New York. To-morrow It may bo In Japan. Ill tho land of the Mikado they nro now turning out llgurcs of old Santa Claus himself for America's next Christmas, Santa. Clauses not with slant eyes and Oriental features but with tho same old Clerman cast of countenance that children here know ho well. Tho Japanese nro wonderful Imitators. In tho struggle for supremacy In toyland tho Japanese have a great ad vantage In their cheap lalor. But thin country, on tho other-hand, has on Us side a mechanical Ingenuity that Is the marvel of th...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

1 THE SUN, SUNDAY, ,IUl,Y 0, 1916. NEWS AND COMMENT IN THE WORLD OF ART Tin: director of the department of fine arts, Carnegie Institute, Announce Hint thr French Retrospective Collection ftom the Luxemburg, the Itiillan ftroiip and the German paintings, numbering 273 works, which were Included In the Founder's Day Kxhlhltlnn, will continue on view until further notice liiKtead of being withdrawn June 30, an nrlglnnlly planned. The seventy-four paintings selected from the Museum of the Luxembourg as representatives of the history of French nrt since 1 870 form the most Important Kroup Included In the ex hibition. Till collection was cxhlb- Ited In the French pavilion at the Panama-Pacific International Kx posi tion, then It was secured by the Car negie Institute under a contract with the French nation, The agreement provided for the continuance of the exhibition In Pittsburg or for Its trans ference to another art Institution, If this should be decided upon later by the French otllo...

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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