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

n-.f RUSSIANS PUSHING 'edison AW TAWARn VftVCT 1 Vi iv ii mil lwiLiui 0'i"- of Hiver Stnkltod. Is llnwrwT. 1'otM With (iiT.il I if f ioiilt io-. C01 tM.I- IX HOOK' UOLK IMntft Fiirhtintr at flic l.ivcr l!,'"in ; BERLIN'S POOR FED rr-r t- ,1.-h in The Ruf'nn c in Volhvnta toward" - im -ic the Hiver Slokhod Ht . l-.'ielV pressing th Tej , , o "e ihem. to-duj & f. ., . , ... taj, , -re f 're rtvrr l br'nc und -riPU' difltcult r - i ur ivi.on say that the n t t. most cae been de- ' nrn-irs and Austrlin vitrmptrd to iuh for-' t - l" .r ' .- Ik r . IV.-- f - -iv - t'f cf ui ln where they!"' held on the western fit i ir'ven In the o . ..vjrd b the r.UM:an t 1 iv to Col KauterofT. -f tne Tav'.oprad reciment 'ij'-ian frcet had reached s , f h river near the town Autro-OermP force re the river, ltlng fire to . -r nmar.der dahed for f " n.nc br dee at the head .- p'.-d 1rpl! tie wlther c,l ciini,! h'in by the .. ",",cry atiil mfantty on the k of tv.e r'ver Hie d.irinK won , for the Hu.Man ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 11 July 1916

e.iH-,..;Vi. rVi&--,' 's.e-owr,j, .;iv. 1 Ui- , of her frlind knew of It. A baby tirl was born to Mrs. Davis on the morning of April 2 In the Mlserlcordla Hospital St SSI East Eighty-sixth street. The former Miss Kelly was married to Al Davis, a cabaret dsncer, on. No vember 17, 1915, at Elkton, Md., by the Rev, Henry W, Carr, a Mormon clergy man, Because Davis had been divorced from bis first wife the couple had diffi culty finding a minister who would marry them. Mr, Davis over the telephone at Jericho, L. I., the country homo of tho family, raid yesterday that the baby had been named after Its mother' and that It was enjoying perfect health. The child has basil with It parents for some tlms. Mrs. Davis suffered a slight concus sion of the brain early last May, when she was thrown from a fractious horse. She was unconscious for a few days, but came around all right In a few weeks. It was said yesterday that she wilt come Into her share of her late father s estate this month." ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 11 July 1916

THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1916. CARRANZA WARNS U. S. OF VILLA RAID Tear llandits Will Attempt Over Border From Itoquillns. JIF.SS VftK THROUGH KXVOY It i Fliiilit'(l to Funston. Who Will Tnke Preonntlonnry Measures. Wawvtos. J"')' Henewed anJ rrnre n e -inv arnltiR of an Imtwmltag Vi.i "n the American border (omm' K.itrl to nctliiK Secretary of Ptnte VK tcilay by Kllceo Arredondo. the Jlexi. an Amb.ujador-drplKnate. Mr. Arrcl .ili' r Information came direct Iriini ticii t'.xrranxa. Heports to Car ritm etateil that the band of VIDIMUS 1 a. mine it lloqulllaf. n.l attcms are that the band l con ilieral'y etronser than the usual matauJiiip croups which have been kIv- lie the de facto (Jovcrnment concern f In northern -Mexico, it is tnts tianu whlih last week Inflicted a defeat on the Carranxist-i troops In Chihuahua. Since then 11 is said to have fathered strength. Cmrsnz.i has notified this Government that he is taking every possible meas ure to cope with It by his own troops, fcjt h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 11 July 1916

THE SUN-, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 116. PEACE APPLAUDED AS WILSON SPEAKS BANKERS DISAGREE ON RESERVE PLAN 6 DUAL SUBWAYS TO COST $350,000,000 City Informed by Commission It Must Raise $22,000,000 More Than Estimate. StTMMEB RESORTS. CatMK RaaORTfl. atnanm resort. 1 I'll' President IVkph Pacific Policy, nml Dcniocrnoy of Btw. ncss at Detroit. WOULD LIFT UP MEXICO Henry Ford Raises a Big Ban ner at Ills Plant for Executive. DrrnoiT, July 10. President Wilson urged pence reach.d bjr mutual under atandln rather than by force and de fended the Democratic party as a friend of business In speeches to-ony to enthu siastic audiences. The hall here In which he epokc to the World' Salesmanship Congrees was Jammed. An nuillcnce estl mated at G0.O0O greeted him at the Ford motor plant, and to-night In Toledo an other throng listened to hla brief rear platform nddress. In front of Henry Ford" plant wns a large banner on which wus this wording, composed by Mr. Ford; "Our hats off to the l'resldent who ha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 11 July 1916

rV ' THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 11, .1916. WILL ASK $100,000 TO FIGHT PARALYSIS Public Health. Scrvieo Needs Funds for Interstate War on Plnffuc. nf PR. FROST ORDERED HERE 14 vers lloronKh lhoTa Sprrnit Infantile Pnralyala. The following now cases of Infantile- pnralyala were reported Sunday nnd yes- irruay : MANHATTAN. !S9 Weal Klahlrenlh alraat. Rn.55 Ave tiue I). 101 Kirm menue, 419 Uml Twenty econd street, 520 ll.iat Thirteenth itreot, Ml Kmt -seventeenth tret. i:T Kat Fourteenth atreet. 119 Kant Thirteenth meet. Hi Fifth street, .7 Clinton street. Ill Henry alr.-l 1SI Maillaon atreet, S0 Delancey treet. lm Mulberry street. 12 Knat Ulth street, 1657 Ma.ll.nn nvenue, i:o Hut Ninety-eighth atreet. 3J6 Kmt Ninetieth street. J44 Knst 105th 8in Frn n cisco nnd Rhode Isl nnd Trace Cnscs to New York City. WAHIt'iTON, July 10. The United Bute, imMIc Health Service will pio ir.ultl rejrulatlon to-morrow which will )!Ulre a thorouKh rleaiiln-r of nil Interrtnte paesetiKcr roaches leavliiK New...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 11 July 1916

I' f THE SUN; TUESDAY, JULY' 11, 1916. KIDDER, PEABODY & GO. 115 DmMkire St. I0ST0N 17 Wall St. NEW YORK Investment Securities Foreign Exchange Letters of Credit Crreapndfents et IAMN6 BROTHERS'! CO., LTD. LONDON FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT THE Partial payment plan enables you to purchase securities of Railroad, Industrial am! Public Utility Companion In any amount from nno share tip, by making a mall ftrat payment and the balance In monthly Installment. Wo will send upon request BOOKLET O. 9, " ' '"The Partial Tayment Plan." ITlylnK complete Information. MRMDEntt New York Block Eichange. , 42 Broadway, New York Eresge 5 and 10 Cent Stores are now operating in 13-2 cities and plans are being made to open at least 9.5 m new stores this year. Write fnr our free detailed report on thn future pos-slbll'-i ties uf thin company. Aik for 95-K.L. Tn fcuur Kfttmif proper report, send, tbia tniertUetnent with your inquiry. JONES & BAKER stock ;moKnns SO Broad Street. New York 'l-bane B...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 11 July 1916

-V.V.' ' Jv' J THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1916. 9 CURB MARKET. iNnrsTWAi.s ... Hlili, Low Close Che $1 Aetna E.ple.lsee 1 IP, . !. SutlT i hemicl J IW J 4 ' K Char Iron nl Am . - . wySCfriMrl l0,.,rrfL' "i " M X. tu us -: i i ID', ld'k - '. 3'. 5', . . 44 4', s :s i. .. Il HJ. .. ;3 i uri " - t is. itf i;m rem' .'ivivi . l.nirrsoti """ 'J:' 3 H,nd.e Mil . ,J llsssen ' ' 11 Itlll'P V0,"r to :t :" 3 MU Tor ll.nl t J . J Ki Minlutlati Trail l' JJ ! - t(V Marconi of Am 1 . JJ , ss . lit-.u.. Molorr. I J I W lull V Corp J !S S - if Pull Vert Cor pi t S H ' itV.n Motor Cr t M lisnnn field l'ody " 'J. J.', '. m SI j Ph Lead, t IS'. H' S j,?.1!? Motor. .... J? 7 -si WTob Pr. 1 .. t 41 43 '- H SuLt ii cor . r. - ijML'nilM Molot. ...:a' .1 ;t. -IS rro White Motorf Co. M 54 M jMZloeCoaCo. t ' 4't U nil. STOCKS SaiK',.p,H!r-:,S M t n .v.: t.Aia 11 l inn t t 4-J 10 II Indian P Lint... IMOhlo Oil 10 IYiin 00., . ft .531 j SImt Oil ol In I F5isni iiit ui -Id-' Alb It I.trt PT.J "J, i:,vco Co toil ...

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

THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1916. 10 APPELLATE COURT DECISIONS. Complete Mat llnnitril Dirnn lir Mrat li'inrtnii'iit lllvlalnn. The following ilcclslotm xvero linnririt diwii ycatertlny by the Appellate Dlvi Molt, First Dcpnrltncnt : Ncv York Count? National Hank, appel lant, vs. James n. Herman, respondent. Juilgment i ml nrilor revcrseil ami now trlBI ontrrcil Mth costs to nppellant to ahlile .vent. Opinion by DonlltiK, J. Or der flteel. W HiHcer J. I'lanten, sulnir, Ac, respon dent, vii. the N'untu Nat. Hank of .Sei Vork ol ill., iltfemlanls. Impleaded with Ei'.wanl K'irl el nl., appellants, outer afTlrniel ultli 110 costs anil .llsuursemente. Opinions l,y l.itmlillti, Scott anil .Mol.aiien tin. ,IJ. (.Mcl.aiiKlilln, J,, illnentlntt). Or der niei. Chelsea Kxchanitc Hank et ol., respon dents, v. ttie Travelers Insurance to., ap pellant. Order reverseil with II" costs anil ill.xliuraements nml elomurrcr nvorruleil with 110 loxts. with leave to plaintiff to with draw demurrer on pivm...

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

11 THfi SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1916. FINE APARTMENT H.irr.v lliiviuontl Now Owner of jiiiOii.miil Propprty at Brouil wii nnii ...Mil Street. IK.M Ml KOlt iiorsEs nni! ocrupylnn lot 2!xT4, will' be erected by Miss Margaret Campbell on the east side of Port Hamilton nvenue near Uravesend nvenue. The bulldlnufi nre being; designed by Thomas Dennett anil will rost about $"0,000. They will accommodate forty-eight families. TRANSACTIONS RECORDED. LIVESTOCK. LEASE IN TWO BUTLDIROV. Dncllini: I'riiii'ipal ltealty .ild Cloak Hoiihc I'lllllh l.oftN. There i plenty of evidence to he found In uttetit real estate trailing that men of st.-.i' mcit are returning to real en i,v n .in iwtment field for n consld inr of ihelr surplus funds. Pur , the last few month the n.iincs of a r, intur ' r ttsil Known in mc muni al world hive been Keen as buyers In rccrils of property transfers. Home of ,h,m m-re irnnsr supporter of the" mar i few yi.iri irn, but havo been doing -)e In teiltv slnco the recent ile...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 11 July 1916

12 f THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 1916. Fohls Indians Tomahawk Another Game 00 Yankee Lead, White Reds Hurl Bomb at Brooklyn WEIRD EXHIBITION BY YANKS ENABLES i CLEVELAND TO WIN Silk O'Loughlin's Decision in Sixth Inning Also a Factor ifc, Score Is 8 to 2. MAGEE FAILS IX FINCHES; 12 LOCALS STRANDED BT FHKDKH1CK CI. 1,1KB, Old Man Opportunity, a well meaning gtnt, with nothing but the Interest of the Yankees at heart, waa shamefully treated on the Polo Oroiind yesterday by those, came Yankee. They did every IS1.?.1." I'T- fmm. "--i' "t"l m.? a gentle faced boy, was the woret of fender. The former Nrookfed com mander In chief got the old man down, at on him, atraiwlrd him, kicked him In the rib and then said defiantly : "Now, uie riun miu inrii e,i, ..-, mi. . ' " there, don't you ever dare come knocking , Around my door ngaln'" Mr. Opportunity took a lot of punish ment In Kelf-defence before he admitted he had enough. "Alt rlzht, then, go ahead and lose your old ball game," he said. "1...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 11 July 1916

v;ew 13 THE SIW, TUESDAY, JULY 11, 191. Record Field, With Chick Evans, National Champion, as Probable Starter, to Compete in 'Met' Open Golf Tourney CALIFORNIA STARS VICTORS IN STATE TENNIS TOURNEY young' Rolnnd Roberts Proves n Sensation in Com petition at Utica. JOHNS KASY WINNER; WARIIKX ADVANCES TOO MEN'S DOUBLES FINAL IS DECIDED Miss Rnyscr and Miss Howe Easily Defeat Miss Kahn and Mrs. Blum. FOR SUNNINODALE CUPS t'TtrA, N. Y., July 10. With nn r ray of California nd other stars of national repute play for tne lawn tennis thamplon'hlp of New York Btnte was started on the clay courts of the Yah- r.undal Oolf Club this afternoon. ' t. Jnnmese. Kumacae and Mlkaml who compete!! In the central Htate and vu.miri viillev tournaments at HI. Louis, are entered here, but will not play until to-morrow, an they have not yet ar- nn ihi scene. In view or Kuma ge's success In the West his entry hero take on ununni um-n-n.. r-jiifnrnln came through unscathed to- jay, hut It must be confessed ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 11 July 1916

14 the sun, Tuesday; july 11, me. IF-- t '( tXXle AND KKW TOHK mess. TUKSPAY. JUI-V 11, 1010. Entered at the Tost omen at NssfcTrork as Second Clan Mll MMHr. m Snbscrlptlons br Mall, Postpaid. DAILY, Per Month m IlAtl.Y, Per Year.... S8lJBS?rc):w-iia:::: B BAlEr?.rHTif5Sy: wr- y": 5 g DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Month... 7 Foaciaa nTH. DAILY. rr Month 1 J TUB BVENINO SUN, Par Month JJ TUB KVCNINU SUN. Per Year. . . . . . I M THIS EVBN1NU 8UN(Torelgn,Pr Mo. 1 tJ All checks, money orders, c, to ba mad payable In TUB BUS. Headers of The srs lvlnjr town or th iwnn month, can have tin ' rtally .ana Sunday ami evening edition d II vared to them In any part of this country or Europe on the term, stated "Yft chanced as often as ilea red. Order through new.deil?; or dlr'ctly of Publication Olllc.. Telephone 2200 Ueekman. Published dally, Including Sunday, by the Pun Printing and Publishing Association at I.vV Nassau street. In the Horoutr. i of Man hattan. New York. President, frank A. Munsey. IW ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 12 July 1916

v Fair and warm to-day; to-morrow fair IT SHINES FOB, ALL ana warm; moderate winds. , Highest temperature yesterday, 85; loweit, 69, Detailed weather, mull and marine reports on page Hi. VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 316. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1916. cqpm. . a.. rrn,(g and mmhtng A.,0cm0n. ONE CENT ,XB5l!T&&. 1 twTATt. r WEEKLY CARGO BY SUBMARINE, SAYS LOHMANN Originator of Idea to Break J Jtlockadc Tells Plans of Company. U. S. DECIDES VESSEL IS A MERCHANTMAN!., Amsterdam, via London, Julv 11 I Herman submersible merchantman of the Ib?utschlnnd clnss Is carrlng to y -ew ork a mysterious German cure for Htnu.v, July U (via London, July ,"?n,,ll' Paralysis. ,:,.-The open.,., of d.reet sh.pp.ng ! Ni!wsnv connections between Germany and the f"ni a wiuioe close to the Geriruti I,cga United States by the submarine mer- ,'?". T1"' ""bm.irlne Is .-eported to . , , . , , , , be a'feady en mute for New York, chantman DeutschUnd hint occasioned A lending German scientist, who for freit Jub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 12 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1916. 2 thnt thru- arc not likely to delay ths iiiptute Inns "hen Men. Foch decides that Iho time Is "ipe to make It. ' Krcno'i ii rllll r already In beKlnhltiR to throw ,i r!MK of lire niuuml the city. , How effective thrjt artillery now has become i des T lied liy mi officer at tached in ,i ho.ivj battery nn the Homme fiont, who said . , "Thanks to our aviators; we never have been pott ! liy the enemy's airier- I vice since hue been In our preset position. I'nrtcr thtse condition our j work In orrl!cnt. Objects n lined at nre mushed with remarkable pteelslon. Fur example, we have lust llrcd four sl-ells nt a brlilac mom than f out ten miles AwAy " HARDEST BATTLE. (Flni-h (iol II III 117 In Filer ut I'lcrrest Fire. Boeclul I'uhle lit'pntth Io Tiir. Sis. rwiis. July II The tlKht for Hill H7 nnd I .a Maisonnette farm wax one. of the ller.cst the French In the loop of Iho omme have jet had. The Oertnana held to the lal, obedient to thelp com manders' osder...

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

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1916. 4 3 VILLA MEN IN NEW ATTACK ON PARRAL Cnrraiizistas. Two Fights, ltepol Assaults and Drive Rebels Back. H,OT TO LOOT THE CITY Villa Now S,'1 to Be at Sa laices Hnncli Directing Forces. Y.L Vkto, T., July It. rrpatcht from Chihuahua oily, Mexico, to-night Half that two Villa hanilK attacked Oar rania garrisons tc.-il.iy at Hoj.irlo mul parral. hu' both cmc they v.rr ltii off with losscn, ncconllna; to of ficial reports of f!en. Tievlno Thf first report told of a force of Vlt Ht attaikln I'arrsl. a city of 15,1)00, wro cltlxrn are Mrongly In sympathy lth Villa. However, the garrison of 4M mtn, under command of Col. Krne.Mo OarcU. repulsed the bandit after a an S'jmary encounter, according to his re tort to Oen. Trevlno. Col. Oiircla stated lht the VltllMn retreated from the out-t-klrtn of Parral, fifty miles southwest of Jto'.nei, to Sombrcrrtlllo. a few miles outheart "f l'.irral. lYoni Ko.irl the bandits were driven uth t.mai.l the Duraniro line by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 12 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1916. 4 44. . . .1. .I. prec back roof aj klllt l H HI 1 New vent rec lioni Pu 'B i'l' ' A awa ra i Ooi 8ta ten ' cou v Uii K0ENI6 WILL SAIL WITHIN TEN DAYS Deutachlnni. to Begin Taking on Carpo of Rubber anil Nlckd on Friday. BOAT AMAZKS NAVY MEN Capt. Hiurhe Hcports It Im . possible: to Arm the Sub marine at Sea. Baltimokc, July U. Canfldtnt that th snort of tho diplomatic representa tives of the Entente Alll to have liln milimarlne cln"fl ai a warship am! o unavailing, Capt.' Interned will provo Taul Kocnlu. master of the Dnituchland. . I .. . . ...... -A,. n hi. r-tun. ' voyage within ten days. Capt. Ko,.nl expressed satisfaction . to-night, hut not surprise, when Informed that three American ntval ortlcers who ........ .... .... t.....v,i i . .i. ") iiiriT:vi'-.i .u... I . . . . , , .... termin her status had reported that not only was she an unarmed merchant ves- eel but so constructed that she. i-ould not i . . be converted into a war crari wiwoui...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 12 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JUIY 12, 1916. KILLS HER HUSBAND AFTER QUARRELS jlv-i, Christopher Boutinpcr, Coal Uiokrrs Wife, Shoots Hint in Home. MA UK WAY INTO ROOM Couple Met in Philippines; Disputes and Iteeoncilin tintis Mnrked Life. rtuiwEM.. N. J.. July 11. The mil of fciir y.r of Intermittent qtmrreln tetnetn I'.irlMopluT HeutliiKcr, a New Yiiif. '"'I iTnkiT, ii ml Ills wife, Mnr caret, i' innrnlnB at 4 o'clock when Mfi". HcntlUKor ihnt and killed htr hu.b:inil liotiiuao lie refuted to Ifjve her todrnimi. To John Cum mltis. 'he Kiinlener, who wag tho flrut torMi'h her, rb? Mlil: 1 h.n-' tlnwhed him this time. He won't bother mo any more." 1!, ii,t.ner'. hotly lny cm the floor. One bu:la struck him behind the ear und pier' id hi bniln, imd four others rnteroil his liruil uml chest an he utan jtfreil and fell, loiter, when Chief of IVrnoe H.irloy iind Dr. George 1J. Ver beck arrived In response to Cum-ininps- ."iiinmons by telephone, they ipund Mr?. Heutlnner lytnu hctoss her to.l, w.'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 12 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1916. AROUSING AMERICA A JOB FOR SALESMEN C. L. A lion CritlpNps Un.liipsi Motlioils of (iovcrnniPtil it t Detroit ConjiTPsx. DutnoiT. JllH- 11 l.oill AIlui. prcMtlent of ii New Vork niariif-iclurliiii concern, In nn nldrve in-il'iy to Dm World' P.ilfHinanhhlp i-niiTn-o- imM tlio duty of "nwakcr.lng Amrrl'-int-tMi" In n "Job for agcmcn" Ho rritk'lnil luial tiffs method of the Ootcriinirnt I--can, h ald, tho rtovernm'nt itkl not have bulne expert In rh.irgr. of .ill It department, "For the Urt four months the Onvern ment h been iittrmptlti': lo ohtiiln fO.000 men for tl-e rcgtil.ir nrmv." Iio Mid. "To clAle D.OOil h.ne Won ir crulted Wht I the irmihln" Poor alefminhlp '" Wan en Hilton of San Prune--n. die cunning "!'vcholor ami (he HiiIph Force," urged emplojer to tn.iKe io-Ioii. tlflc ment;il ten ? eiery (oilc-min "to determine JuM wli.u kind of mctitnl en ergy drive the man'ii tiH-nt.il machin ery." Frank Oooney .Tones, a former Mtn kegon, Mich., ni.inn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 12 July 1916

r NEW BALLET STARS MAY BE SEEN HERE Efforts on Foot to Bring Over ThattiHra Kanmvlna and Ida Rubinstein. GOSSIP OF THE STAGE Kjaiio O'Oa.v'' to Re Revived in Musical Form, With Helen Lowell in Cast. When Vlaw Nljlrmky take hl place M the head of the Ballet Huwie aa Ita grtwtir director In place of tterge niaghl t(f, who wjh the flrat to bring the ballet (0 the attention f the countries! ouUlile cf Russia, Ill" dancing partner will be the famous TliaiimM Karpavlna. William J. ttuard, who has Juki left fit York for Ituxala, Is undertaking the Journey with the object of bringing to the United States the dancer who tin been eo cloudy connected with the tme of N'lJInsky. They have danced togrther In all the large cities of Kurope. tin Knrs.1 vina. who .ai prevented by domestic duties from coming to this rouidrv with the ballet last winter. Is UlMO'. S.I.I..I H ,1... ..I. the wife i a uussiuii imih.-ii m -.inuimtlve service and when she Is not dunclng In the Ballet Iluaee, Is the most don...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 12 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1916. "Essentials of a Standard Public Utility Bond" A simple and n teresting discussion Sent to investor on re quest for Booklet AD-21 N.W.Halsey&Co 49 Wall Street, New York Doaton llaltlmore an Fraarla o Cleveland CITIES SERVICE Preferred nnU Common Stocks UNDERLYING BONDS and Preferred Stocks of Subsidiary Companies BOUGHT SOLD -QVOTEO Marketa and Statliflc. is" all Uuhrrty Sceurltloa. Henry L Doherty & Co. BOND DEI'AKTMF.NT'tlroiindPlior) 00 Wall HI. I'll. Hanover .W!l FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Professional Bear Operators Hit Weak Spott and Prices Do Down Again. WAR STOCK BULLS HEDOE Investors Not Scared by Higher .Money and Price Shadings Result. -Cloelna;.-Rid. Aak. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE FKICLS. TfMOAT, Jt'LT 11, 11. I mT'l sal. I tar (Tbance. STANDARD O I L Wl WILL BUY tJ Iluckeve P t. :s Illinois r i.. IS Ohio Oil tl South I'-nn nil CARLH.PFORZHEIMER&CO. Phones 44M-1 . S I llrnad . Hrnnd St N V WliamsIroih&Cdemm 60 WALL ST.. NE...

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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