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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

9 A NEW .YORK NIGHT'S ENTERTAINMENT TMSe THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY !), 1910. I WHUltOI'Ull iiiui I mil ehal- corridor "f tin- Will- woman passed nlniig tlm narrowed until culled Pea nut Alley l'.v persona who nover r.canl of t ! Forty-second Street 1'oun- try Chili- We were tn'klng with Henhor foimbr.i, noted llrar.lllnn, who, after rimu from poverty ami obscurity to n lnli post I" Hi" service uf tho state, rriioii nt ill nil his ImnorH ami spent n large share uf IiIm wraith In revo- liiilmiao enterprises In ll'llllll Stld'CSS. 'iirtuiHl- The woman was smiiM, nlmoxt girlish : SI WHUltOI'Ull , line In t lie corr dmf "Inn ii jjjj His gate wai returned by a pair of black and wistful eyes. In fltture. Illack hair with hliU' Kllnts beach irettlnk' ready to mill the Klrl coiled noflly iiudur a wide would Renerally appear. Mealing nut brimmed dprluir hal Her xinall, de- of u thicket of oleander and ruunlns tUrhtfiilly innulded featurer, bad a calm ' iiIoiik Ihe .-.bore with rapid and dellcHto ...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

5 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9, 1916. SHOWING HOW DOUG FAIRBANKS GOES ACHILLES ONE BETTER Part of Fairbanks's daily exercise I EBME fl ' , A l I ii -jju..- .tm miia ii in ii 'rw.,?,wJ!sssHiiKcr,sw.3aaKswsi i I I v MJm 1V "mW'mW5;?l Dniur i t wlthm Iu.urli.u- distance) w-ri j - . . u w i in i i Hwr i i ..,... ,... .,..,.11 iliMMnMMl 1 III II A. j . Jans I 1 v.. .' V : V-w' ' 1 ayy JJ W I UC-UrW'- - I The Apparently Indestructible Young Movie Actor Has Discovered at Least Two Vulnerable Spots Br FRANK WARD O MALLEY. Till! blank cartridge which n over Anient movln nrtnr tired as told In tl.o news columns, of Tub Sun point blank nt, ml than a anl friiin. the Douglas KmrUuiks smile sadly mewed up the irnlle for some moments, but It will rot surprise the hundreds of -thousands pf movie f.inn tbro.isbn.it the country xhn daily watch Doug Fairbanks mi.Kc n fool out of Old I'op Mortality cm tlie screen when they arc told nuthori tstive'y thnt even a skittish c.x pn!in of gunpowder didn't cause th...

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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 9,' 1916. NEW YORK, ALIAS THE CITY BIHIVaHHHHK iij!'!! 'V-V'-v v iila's?Tti isiac- jiaMiaMlBaaMaaiHitMaBiBaMa wti ta!iwi-1SP'MBaM YwMaiBaaaK,.' -1 Paying the Price of Temporary Inconvenience for the Great Improvements That Will One Day Make Our Town a Better Place to Live i HE City of Magnificent Up heavals'so a visitor re cently characterized this town. The distinction might (ratify New Yorkers If It were nut for the Inconveniences entailed. The average citizen hastening onward Is not given to humor when abruptly halted. He la apt to cuss more or les volubly and to ask with some hc;t, "What's the matter?" The briefest reflection makes It plain that New Yorkers are paying the prl-e of Improvement. It Is quite Impos ilble for the city authorities to expand old and open up new arteries of rapid transit without blocking more or leas effectually some of the thoroughfare. Nw Yorkers are dealing with n mi teriallzed paradox they have to slow up In order to attain spe...

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 9 July 1916

10 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 0, 1916. Journeying From Broadway Back to Eden The snowdrift man lunched, a laugh that bubbled away up from tho springs of his soul, purified uy the. great out doors. "Our people dress ns they wish," he said. "The whole Idea of Free Acres Is I freedom. No one Interferes with his i neighbor. For $16 you purchase nn acre of land. it Is yours. Yon do, say, dress, live us you wish. Out In Ood's free air, with the trees and the fields and the open skies polite and platitudinous conventions of society are not needed." "What about the Investigating com mittee?" was asked, '"I believe titer., was n little flurry of some sort," chuckling. "Two of our girls went to the station to meet mem bers of their family. They wore bloomers, I believe, and maybe sandals. Most of our women and girls wear bloomers because the grass Is so long and wet. It Is merely a matter of convenience. Why hamper a splendid structure like the human body with foolish and Hiiperllunim clothes? The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 10 July 1916

THE WEATHER FORECAST. Showers and cloudy to-day; to-morrow partly cloudy. Highest temperature yesterday, 75; lowest, 05. Detailed weaXhaw, matl and marine reports on page It, IT SHINES FOR ALL VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 314. NEW YORK, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1916. Copyright, 1916, by the Sun Printing and I'ubllthing Anoclntion. ONE CENT In (Iresler New Yiirk, .tersey City nnd Newark. Illsewlirrr. THII KNTH. RUSSIANS GAIN .16 MILES; BOTH WINGS IN DRIVE Cross the Stokhod North east of Kovel, Teutons Falling Back. 12.000 PRISONERS TAKEN IN TWO DAYS Summary of the War News. The drive of the Husslan armies atone the. whole of th eastern front la greater than ever and sweeping on with Increas ing; power. Tlic Ituvlans have crowed the Stokhod Illver In their operations against Kovel, n most Important strate gical point, and have captureJ several villages along the line nf the Kovel Sarny railroad, Despatches from retro- trad say the Stokhod nas neen crosses! at Ugll. which lies a few miles south of ' the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 10 July 1916

.'.VI,'.' ft 2 tt allied fleets aUtloned In the North Be nd In waters Immediately to the ilreatward. And ao at times she had to go far yU nr course and even double back (ar the enemy pressed closer. For twelve flaye an American tug. the Thomaa F. Tlmmlns, had waited for her off. Cape mnry. The submarine should have been here four daya ngo, but so closely waa ahe pressed at times that the four dava ami nlMs ha. I in ...... ... liar blrta nn.i uaii ..i,.i. i and shifts which came to nn end when j MB ''""ed Preposterous. wtjl!h?1!,d ."". .b??? WR,(,r. a fow 1 , "W,v-" lnuhert K.ngllsl, olTlclals some -m H'llef ,hl" niornln "I'd I '"'" n. "should n Ucrmnn submarine ;2I ?.... !.,me ran up ,he eolatH of come to America? The Idea Is prepos tbe Fatherland. I toroiis." . I .,,UA four ,,ns ago. the skipper Air Call for a Pilot, of a Hrltlsh stenmshlp reported positively Only seventeen feet of her backbone 1 ',h?,Ll"rnn '1 MKh"'lH. ,T"" i''"h,1'r1"0 howed above the water when she hove n,."u,t ...

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

t t I THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 10, ltfltf. 44 8 m MOYES TOLD IN OFFICIAL REPORTS ?ris Annonnces Storming of .Village of Blachcs on the Sommc Front. .RUSSIANS IX DELATYX .jPetrograd Says Enormous Quantity of Material Was Captured There. mm- Pa!, July . The nmclnl tnunlqu Issued to-nlnht follows. North of (he 8omme nothing of Im portance occurred. South of the Somme we took the of. fcnelvc durlnr the day east of Plait court on n front of nlout four kiln meter, from the river to thu north of elloy-en8anterre. On the whole line attacked our troop carried enemy potltlona to a depth of from one to two kilometer. W carried by -aault the village of Itlnchea and have itablUhed our position on a line from thla village to the environs of Ilarleaux. In the courie of these actions we took 400 prlaonera. On both bank of the Meuxe there was aplrlted artillery action, notably In the lectors of Kleury anil Futnln wood. The operations on the Somme front from July 1 to 7 rnulUcI In the cap ture by us of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 10 July 1916

THE SUN, MONDAY,' JULY 10, 1916. f BERLIN ALARMED BY DOUBLE OFFENSIVE Biliiiiilon Posci'lbpil hn "Orciit Slniirirle for Victory or Dcfcnt." EXPKHTS A lK (II.OOMY Major Mornlil Sus Question jt Is One of Averting IMs f list ci' in West. Our AVx QUAMNTEED MORTGAGES urf Mm trnMt rlgM Mrutlny kuriiMita batari bing ftratftocfltnt. Clkntf Inturn mry mafe. thalr awn txam Inctton af rartiM btfart purchasing. LAWYERS MORTGAGE CO. RICHARH M. HUNK, Prs.ltf.nt Caltal,Surlui Pr.$9,M0,M JO tJtrtr8t.,N.T. IS4 Moatiga. VILLA IS BATTLING KID M'COY CAPTURES' CARRANZA FORCES t! Sftfml t ih!r Hrrtlrh In Ths Si. E loNtio.v, .Inly 10. The Rotterdam cor & respondent of the Onllj .Vrrcs, te1cgrnili. F Ing under yesterday's date, suvs: 1 "It Is becoming Increasingly evident S that tin- (lirmnn iintlon Is slowly recog nixing thai lt much trustfd Iron ring S of troops Is being battered and that the t Allies mut soon show Inevitable results, jj "The rlrn.n of the struggle to hold nil S the front Is turnlUK ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 10 July 1916

TO ATTACK PROBLEM OF TRANSPORTATION AnieriVnn Intcrnntionnl Tcr iiiinnls Co. Will Study Transfer Systems. THE SUN, MONDAY, JUL 10, 1910. f-f economies It luch cooperation could be .JXnt 'bout' H concluded i ..Jf iuWp:t seemed to require thr attention of men skilled In finance, In transportation, In engineering-, In viewing broadly business situations and In law. They determined to form an organUntlon for the purpose of meeting this situs t on In a broad way, nnd to that end tiiey have formed the new corporation." MURDER ON BOARD LINER NEW YORK TjAIMSK OHSTACIiKS SKKX Announcement lias been ii.ade at the fflce of the American International Corporation of the formntlon of the American Intern.itloti.il Terminal Com pany, a concern which will have as Us main purpose the study of problems re lating to railway, Kfe.im.hlp, warehouse nd Industrial terminate both In this country and abroad. The company has been onranlzed under the laws of Dela ware, and Its first Job will be the study ef te...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 10 July 1916

6 looks to food for Muse of paralysis Prof. Simon Barucli Believes Scientists Will Be Able to Conquer Flflgne. CLUES IN TJ. 8. BEPORTS Orange Jtilcr, Eprgs, Milk and Fresh Meat Suggested bs Preventives. tovo Branch , July 9. Prof. Blmon Baruch han prepared an Important a.ll. rn lh irmn nt Infantilis nnrffclV I for a medical publication nnt nave Tm Hun ths following synopsis In the Interest of the central public: 'The obscurity of the origin and of the mode of diffusion, together with Ita fatality and crippling result.", strikes ter ror Into the hearte of the people to an stent unknown since the shotgun quar antine of jellow fever," said l'rof. Baruch. "Just as the latter gave way to an enlightened public sentiment due to tha discovery that the fatal disease la not dii to 'folk's' (babbage) and la net communicable by contact with sup posed carriers, but to Inoculation by a certain kind of mosquito, so will the present unreasoning apprehension dis appear when the real cause of Infanti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 10 July 1916

VW.'r'qrV-i, t'wiv;',' ,J'f"'l1p,1Vr'-.t'1: 'K'?eiipriirT- -ii- THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1916. f-r LONG BRANCH TO HAVEHRST NIGHTS Anxious Playgoers May Got. Foretaste of Season by Visits. STAliK NEWS AND GOSSIP Sir Herbert Tree Opens 1916 17 Tour In Boston With "Henry VIII.'' First nlghtera who are unahlo to wait until nut winter for their favorite di version will have to visit the Jersey cosst, However popular the ocean Hthlng there may be the number of r.e plays to be in In the next two month I' almost a foretaite of all New York's dramatic supply net winter. J a lie Tow! will he nt Ixng- Branch on July 1" In "Betty, liehave": Henry Kol ker will play "The Victim" there a week Uter, ami Cyril Scott In 'The Shadow of a Doubt" will be seen In the same plce on July J7. Early In August Pstid Helaseo will brlna; "Beven Chnce" to the Cohan Theiitre. but he will try It In l-ong Hranch on August t, In spite of tnc week's tryout of the pliy In Washington. Wlnchell Smith and John Haszard wr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 10 July 1916

ft THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1916. "Essentials of a Standard Public Utility Bond" A simple and in teresting discussion Lsent to investors on request Ask for Bookht AD 21 N.W.Ha!sey&Co 49 Wall Street, New York mmdetphlc. Baton Chlcsen fan Frsnrts.'o Iteitlraorn Clei eland BANKERS OPPOSING UNDUE EXPANSION CitiIH Condition". Begardod as Healthier To-day Than Five Weeks Ago. LOANS OBEATLY REDUCED Dig Lous of Reserve Reported on Saturday Ts Believed to Be Temporary. Jily Ion. Circular A coBiprtiowTr kst st rare rut' irkxted trairneiasj, nil road1 and public utility cor Deration otxidt, which w tccwuBmi for nTtftiucnta Send for Circular 91 Harris, Firbes&Cf William NEW YORK TIDEWATER OIL STOCK I Ctrrular on Keenest CARLH.PFORZHEIMEBaCO, Dealers Its Rtaadard on Uroarlttea. k 4860-1-2-8- Broad. 23 Broad at., N. I. CITIES SERVICE c Preferred and Common Stocks UNDERLYING B0ND8 and Preferred Stocks of Subsidiary Companies BOUGHT SOLD QI'OTL'D Market, and .tatllcs of all Pnhcrty Sceurit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 10 July 1916

THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1916. 9 1AST WEEK'S BOND MARKET. ronKuuecl from Eighth Pag. filth-Low-Clou- Net Hi Mt. Inf. Cb.Hlih.Low. Tu M i coin .. Tt 7 Ii JIM IVinhtnit. tOU W W H l W jj M.thusld. Ilh to; IIM M tltf tOJi i Marina cli , (hi IMH IMM IMM K IMJj tsM HI Marine IHs , ctfl lOMl 1041-IM't -I lt) U i lln I'M U ? 0 110), HO 114 1 UI4 101 ct MlebCdbUM 14 M W) M i MlchCI MX Mi M'f ii II 11 !' Ulch Stale ' Tei:. .IM'i IMM tool, M 101M MM Minn A SI L I tlhlllJ ,M MM nnHH m I MluCeut Ii. mi MM H.'l 4- M MM M U UeT. " ' II tt MM MX UM MM I 1 t V M i i iu 'M n- u m I uxai of T ii ;o ;t :o jj i utlokMT JM 74, JJM ' Tl' JOM U MoKAT 3d 41 M 4H itj MM 0 Mol'eccnn. 1914 1014 ICI'i 10l4 t JJ I Mol'aelal) " IS 4 ail, MM U Uol'ac cv Is M f lj iO l S) 10 tin urcvtactr w .' so.'f 1M ioit M ,,orcu.. mm tt KM J)i JOM M MoPcUI.lt OTrctitdM Uti M -fl'l 9 U I Mot 4C4icf. MM 4l MM -f 14 MM MM 1) Mrierlfatd 4f 7 4JM -f IM 4M IJIoTacSs 'I! col eft ata.. M M 50 M (0 it jii'tid'nr . 7'i an, i,;i M M ,4 ...

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

itr ' ','1'' ' r' Hi 10 THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1916. PRODUCE MARKET. BEANS AND FUAS -Receipts, 2.174 baa. fc-nn. 7.17 ban peas Marrow choice, 1"" $in 25iin S. fair to good, l!)25nW. me H um, chohe, til IKfclKI, pen. lliolic. HON), lor In no., fl 2.1ai) '.'5, Ijuly Washington, . illfornla. llfHin'.M, small while. Callfor. 'n. rhoiro l10 2.1n1il.Mi. led kidney choice, 'W.JBi full to good, limn mi; trt marrow-, rioter, to 2.1, white kidney. rhotr(. flfiM; I nprrlnl clinlic 4!) .HI, ellow e)o. limit", f 1.3.1ml Ml, black Until- Millp. ilmlio, till Ml "i Miik. California, ihohe, 17 7.1, lima. Cal ifornia, iholie, 7 Win 7 on, l-a. Sddeh. loll p. t-VSAafl. pp.l?. blink pp. California, , 1 1 MM 7.1; South, i n to Mi.i3 7.1 IIUTTER Hurlpta, 11.211 pnikngea ."i earner), extra It''.' iinti-l. per It" . 2i'..o i t letter Scoring. 2!l2!l,u ; llrst !! to HI I rl, STaVac , cmnds 13 tn K? Miiirl. '.'54 0 ."4c i tlllnls. 2l4aS.lp creamery, tiiisaltitl, .trim, 2-ii,n2!K! . higher storing. 2ii4n.Ki...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 10 July 1916

THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1916. 11 UNDER THE AMERICAN FLAG To Liverpool American Steamer 580FeetLong "ClMf A MTV 22,000 TontDipl't 60 Feet Broad T llJLAlLI 12,241 Tons Reg. WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, SUS From Pier 61, North River, New York AMERICAN LINE, 9 Broadway, New York Express roftal Service NEW YORK BORDEAUX PARIS Tln Screw diOt i.a i uuiaiua.1 OOP.il. nitAnnilPl F, SCREW, NEW SteamerDeLuxe j tc Q I AFAVFTTI7 UeLeAJn AA A m m ui iu Saturday July 22, 3 P. M. S. S. Chicago. Sl., July 29, 3 P. M. ,F'rl itnil second Haas, sone class ratlin, i ..... m e,re,eie II .1 , . a. w ' cuHira urriur .-.I "7. IfpinH - - Phune llmad Hmiii TKoCINRMT SUMMER CRUI9K On thp Atlantic Seaboard I T Vtsltint Toraitn AmaricaLAlU eatnl In lotmit. not.ltr and .Malt of ul fu7.f CTaeatllne. and fiT J01INS. , aba Norway of Ara.rlc a, f la tba ihfulnell ta a era eerta, raa NraetiadlaaZ Red Cross Line Ne- touiiit atcamahlpa, 8TEIMIANO and KI.ORI.KI.. fitted with I'ifry ronvanlenoe and Mfety device. Coat of trip Inr...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 10 July 1916

i a s 12 -M- THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1916. Brooklyn Gets an Even Break in Rhineland Yankees Beat Long Branchy While Giants Play in Youngstown hi HERZOG'S REDS AMD ROBBIE'S DODGERS SWAP CODRTESIES Clncj- Crow Tronnoed, 10 to 8, After Blanking League Lenders, 8 to 0. TONKY BAFFLES S1TERBAS 'Cincinhatt, July (National). The lltit broka their long losing streak hera to-day at tho expense of tha Brooklyn Hupirbaa. Heraog'.'i t'hlans won tha tint name of a bargain day attraction, I to 0, but did not long remain on th right aid of Oovernor Tsner'a ledger for tlie day, as they went right back Into their old familiar waya and dVopped tho aocond battle by a one aided score. 10 u-a. Jack Coombs drew a tough assign ment In the t1r.t game, a ha waa pitted gainst Ilrooklyn'a old archenemy, Fred Toney. Toney enjoya nothing bet ter than to take the measura of the Dodgere, aa he once waa exiled from the regions of the Oowanua Just becauee of a little B.Mary difference with Prefldent Bbbeta. Toney ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 10 July 1916

IP i ...... .4 ... , . . . . . THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 10, 191. 18 fair British Golf Star May Return to This Country Middleweights in Big Bout Friday Activity on Local Diamonds HISS RAMSAY MAY REPEAT HER VISIT PritMi (fill Kxprrts to Return flnil (iolfors lloro Hope to Sco Her Again. 100 MICH liOXn ORASS n, .mux . snEBox. .. i . i , i ..ii The International rivalry in wn fMiunit'ly hi! nt been nutte ellml ntted lM' ,n of ,h A,lntU; ,h, nr. een w,,n ,M w"r ,n Progress, mil Its Influence has been felt chiefly tn the ranks f the women a;olferg. True, there ,,ft J' S- Wor,h Ingten ' " competitor In the national r.n on the Mlnlkahda rmiree, but It t,u been Miss Vera Itamsay and Mra. A flavin In the women's ranka nho hv had Hi forefront of atten tion from the International aland- relnt H'NAHARA STARS IN NEWARK RAGES Hejrtrie Carrion Off Lion's Share of Honors In Velo drome Bicycle Meet. BRASSARD FOR SPENCER NrwAKK, N. .1., July . Iteggle Mc :amara, the gritty Australian cyclist. c.rnea on m...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 10 July 1916

14 4 THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1918. Wit tCUr AMD NEW TORK VnBM. MONDAY, JDXiT 10, 1016. at tit Pest Offlea at Kw Tsrtt aa inconi Class Mall Matter. abscrlptlaai by Mall, PaetpaM. gift?: ft 5? Foista IUi. BATLT, Pit Month J- UNDAT. Ptr Momh... , JS DAILY AND SUNDAY, Ptr Month... 1 H I RVENINO SUN. Pr Month ?? B EVICN1NO SUN. Vtr Year...... J wj All checks, money orders, Bad parable to THi Sox. to be Ruditi of The Bun ! vln tow n for th tummir months can hay dnt Sunday and evening edition '',1f.?niJ ?har.ed as often ai desired. Order througrU n.wid.aler or directly of publication umc. Telephone 2200 Beekmen. Published l.hed dally. Including Sunday, by the Inilng and Publishing Association at sstu street. In the Borough of Man- Sun Prin uSSSi. IM Nmu .trieti Vlce-Prealdent, ffnrln Wardman. 1M Nassau tJfoA."" roury, It. H. Tltherlniton, lt0 Nassau trtet: Treasurer, vm. T. Dewart. 10 Nas sau etrett. Leaden olllce, 40-4S fleet J,ntt. Parle odlce. 0 Ilue de la Mlehodlar. off Rue du Quatre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 11 July 1916

. i. I"" fHfWEATHER FORECAST Partly cloudy to-day; to-morrow partly cloudy; moderate south winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 745 lowest, 64. Detailed wreath ec, mall and marina reports on pat 11. tm. ONE CENT ...jK. VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 315. 4 NEW YORK, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1916. Copyright, 19U, by Sun Printing and Publishing Association. TWO CENT. IT SHINES .fL ' FRENCH STORM ANDTAKEHILL NEARPERONNE r Height Commands the Somnie-Less Than Half Mile From Town. BRITISH REPULSED IN TEUTON ATTACK Summary of the War News. The French In their operations south of the Sommc have advanced to within about a mile of l'eronne, at present held strongly by the Ger mans. They Imvc occupied the sum mit known ns Hill 0", which com mantN the Sonime to the southeast of lllnrhes, mid hnve strcnRthened their tuitions between Illnches and Barleux. PeIHrate flglitlnii bus occurred be tween the British mid the Ciermitns at Troni'x wood, against which the Oermnns lnunrhed six separate at tarks. Five of thee w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 11 July 1916

2 .' THE SUN,' TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1916. it men may sometimes contemplato lar ceny. The Deutschland went from flremer haven out to sen In the light of day on Juno 14, went In tho early morning lnattr-of-fnctly ns n semv of bricks or lumber from any New York pier ullp cut Into the harbor nnd down to tho lower liny. Neither Ilremen up tho fiver, nor Hrenierh.ivcii, unto to tho North .Men, sent li.imls 'to blare fare. Well or crowds to cheer. KoetilK will have It lh.it the Orrmnn Government took no Interest In their departure nnil doubts If the Kiileer knew miythliiK about tho project. Nobody catno aiouwl to Irll the twcnty-nlnu mon In the Deutschkinil that they were attempting a plucky thine They left home, In short, with ns little fuss as any other trade boat would have caused. KocnlK Inld a rourse utmost straight norlh to- fierinany'H North Men Utbr.il tor, Heleokiiid. "Why did you do that?" he was nked. "We knew that lirltlsh warships were aoir.ewlirre about," he said, "and wanted to...

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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