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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 12 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1916. RAILROAD NEWS. f. i jer l.arted sttaplrtotialy for .iTr' x fORl l c . i. i rcion. oi benefit ' i a ton! of .almost Ionn V rraarded indit stive a-',., .r t. if rep art est an inoreaee Hi tro ill vek o( July of sp- ,nv Complete reports lor v r od from eartnu companies .. ,.it th- meantime the weekly jc .i ifliw are .titse.tlve. Inlled Mate. (Ml District!. Inereet Artr-xt ore r cor mi.ru ' ol respond road . wring ins period (of Ihe i eriod last year ' .iv 1.. J 7.' Ji i .-I Julie i.i '1 K 7, I . .e -u . .1 a i if i: il 1. on,) f. f June r .t hi. if l ? I -' lf.li 1. r ' ! 1.".9I 1' II ti a,i-.';i an ompanle arf ettend front t i:tie lo lim. the moil - .;wiri-,a m.'ar n s nn lornirr tnmi n- be "'.' fler redu mi the report lo i pat bai b dinling total aarn-l-t by lit total tiitibr o( mils ot road tccats.l T nroiide th imp aaerajs .. tn if aaerafe ol gro.e earmhc g.rsn ( a niSr' al n-portant operating com. ri",fi ' e ned state Fo-mianc" th li.:' for M'l '...

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

THE SUN. WliiMMif. 10 NATIONAL CITY CO. DIRECTS HAITI BANK local Financiers Oct Control Formerly Kvcrciscil by fli-rmnn Interests. ROIEI'S VICTORY HOLLOW ONE. Appellate DlvUlon Mttfrin Judg ment Kavorlnv Northern Bank. Another of the. manipulation of Jo. BOSTON MARKET. IIOSTON. July U. The mlnlnf share were 11 tirvler pressure an-t price, fielded "T under moderate offerlngi. American Zinc alter lling at 31', tlorrd at 23H! Butte Htitierior unlit !U ami sou. rioting al JH aeph 11. Hobln, the financier whose path frilumft Amom wa 1 '0"!J,! 'tl led finally to jail, has, been trlhlene.l 2,r,r.'.,lJ.5?.'4j-Sr5n,l!TiJiS .? JfSSJ p- mo ATipciiixitt uiviniuii, mum .i- at ;., Atlantic ou t W I. in Maurice rasenovH, president nf the Manque Nationals lie la Itepuhllque d'llaltl, who ha arrived here from Washington, rave out ycatenlny b ftnte ment announcing that all difficulties; be tween the bank and the various revo lutionary (lovernment of f In It I hint been adjusted, and KlvltiR formal no...

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

D. K. E.'S BUY OLD YALE CLUBHOUSE Friitrrnity Tnkcs IHli Street Properly for Its National Headquarters. cost about swno.ooo Hlsli Class Tarccls in Many Sections Affected by Day's Trading. The old Yale Club on Forty-fourth r.retl wh oh wa abadoned by Vale men few- ve.irs ngn for the new club build lf n Vnmlerblit nvenue and Forty fourth street has been bought by th PelU K.ipp.i L'psllon National Council. The JmI w,i closed yesterday and In thirty days t.tle tn the property will be formally transferred to the frntcrnlty. A pr e c.ose to J3JO.0OO, the figure h:ih t'e Ynle Cub wanted for the prop erty, was p.ild by the united Delta Kappa llon ch.tpters of tre country. The budding will be remodelled exten sively fevtral additional rkwrs will be siMed to the building, which Is eleven ! iries tilch. These nddltlonal floors il pn.vide club fenturcs which nre t 'her mltej or not to be found tn the tu.ldl' e a It ftnndi. A larpe Ryrti ra urn and several mulsh and tennis . iirts w'll be Vullt ...

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

- THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 191. " 12 4 As the Giants Smash Their Extra Inning Jinx, Yanks Mar Clean Twin Bill Record by Dividing With Cleveland BURNS SAYES DAY I FOR GIANTS WITH 2 CIRCUIT DRIVES Ties Count in Kljrh.h, Then Makes Sure of Victory in Tenth Score, 8 to 4. KAUFF, ON A RAMPAGE, GATHERS FOI'R HITS Cincinnati, O., July 11. The Olant flad no trouble with shadows her thl ftarnoon. and put down th Tied In th4 Brat fame of their erlex to-day hy a etjore of to . The (cam wim keenly contented. It took a home run fcy Burns, with McKechnle , on base, to EffC IDt Uinmv (ill ryrn ,--,m-. ...... .. arse; troupe In the eighth. Ilurns also flresd off a home run during a four run Olant Cuaaltlad In the tenth Inning, What pleased Mcflraw even more than Mm Tlctory was the first extra Inning trtanph annexed by the Olants this sea son. The club left a gruesome string of xtra Inning defeats on the Polo Oroonda. Tha Red are a sad aketch here. They fear loat almost all their friends. They t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 12 July 1916

JlSlJ .VWf-Jiit "'1tf - ii l.V S-Vl'i-l';1. .j,-.,, - "-"ft'' - - 13 THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1916. Thoroughbreds of East and West Will Struggle for Honors at Opening of Empire City Track at Yonkers To-day w HIKAMI DEFEATED ill STATE SINGLES; KUMAGAE WINNER Wnkrr f Two Japanese KliiuiiiHtcd Ity Chick (Jnr Innd at L'tii'H. fALIKoKXIAXS SCORE: HOIIKRTS IS PRESSED CHAMBERS BEATS FELLOW VETERAN HANDICAPS DEFEAT MEADOW BROOK FOUR Feature Tennis Match nt Woodmero Results in Elimi nation of Phillips. DR. ROSEXBAL'M WINNER Cooperstown Wins, 15 1-2 to 1.1 Rockaway Beat Phil adelphia Poloists. CtOARHUItfT, I I., July 11. Two c1tnt polo matches were played this evening at Ilockuway for tho Rockaway Hunting Club cups. Two International stars played on the Meadow Hrook team and were opposed by the Cooperstown four. The Long liland team had to give By DAMKI.. While youth wa very much In tvt dence, It took a pair of veteran of the the "I'-Stale team thirteen goals by nletvan , i ...... . 4. ii...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 12 July 1916

1 . - 14 THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY. 12, 191G. if Lft AND NEW TOttK 1'IIESB. WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, llltfl. Enured the Post Ofno l New York M Second Cia Mill Matter. Aobaerlptlons br Mall, roatpald. PAlt.Y, Per Month J DAILY. Per Year 8 tHJNDAY, Per Month .. " SUNDAY (to Canada), Per Month.... W SUNDAY, Pr Vear 2 ! AILY AND RttSUAT. rr Year.... 50 DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Month... 1 Konr.mx lures. DAILY. Pr Month -J SUNDAY. Per Month. .. .... ......... DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Month... 1 00 THK EVRNINO HUN. Per Month JJ THK KVENINO HUN, Per Year...... J THE EVEXtSU SUM Foreign), Per Mo. 1 01 All checks, money orders, c, to bt Mud payable to Tim Hrs. Headers of Tin His lvlnT town for tlj ummer monihn c.n have the "' Sunday and evening tdltloni delivered to them In any part of thu country otKanpo n th' tertna Mated above. Addri changed often aa deilred. Order through Viwedealer or directly of Publication Office. Telephone i'mai lleekman. Published dally, including Sunday, by the Bun Printing and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 13 July 1916

imb. WEATHER FORECAST. Fair to-day and to-morrow, with little ' ' 1 Sh f A. biiaugc 01 temperature. Highest temperature yesterday, 89; lowest, 73. Detailed weather, mnll and murine reports p pace li, VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 317. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, 'JULY 13, 1916. Cnijriphf, 1916, by the Sun Printing and Publishing Association. nTl? VTOKjrP Greats New Turk. 1 Flaewnsre, UJNiij LCIN 1 Jrir city and Newark. 1 TWO CENT". whines fop. all I : ' i SHARK KILLS 2 AND WOUNDS LAD IN INLAND CREEK Attacks Bathers Up Stream Far From Ocean at Matawan. 3IAX SEIZED SAVING BOY VICTIM'S BODY Consternation Along Coast as Tidings of the Two Deaths Spread. Matawan, N'. J.. July 12. A man eitlng shark which had strayed far from the Atlantic Ocean swam through Rarltan Hay and up shallow Matawan ' Creek this afternoon, killed a boy i . . I swimmer. mangled a man so badly that he died In two hours and savagely be- let a seconu boy bather, taking away almost all of a leg below the knee. Ths dead boy was Lester Stl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 13 July 1916

2 ehince for a rush seem good, Thin lnd of advance require systematic Methods with a minimum los of life. From (Jen, Ilalg's bulletins It l sen that the' llrltlsh (ire driving steadily toward the crent of tin rldg command Inir the wld llabaim plateau. Accord ing to thn view of French military ex- pert there. ar no !e. than 600.000 Oef- man hayonel. opposing tlx advance of Hen. Hal a force. Hauler's txirret-pondcnt at tha Prltlsh front report Hint two German field una bearing tha rtalo "H74" have been raptured by the Urltlnh. Tho corre spondent auks wliethnr, without atta h lug undue Importance to the Incident, the gun do not Indicate the strait to jrOIjf) wtitch the Hermans are beginning to he reduced In order to find sufficient arm- mnC I ftewfoandlandrra Fljnt Bravely. The Time correspondent at llrltlsh nuquanr in r ranee peiiun wiu iui lowing: "The Newfoundlanders were tha only oversea ttoops engaged In thee opera lions. Tha story of their heroic pirt cannot yet he told In full, ...

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

3 THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1910. SUBMARINE RULE BY NEUTRALITY BOARD TO SAVE CHANCELLOR. Hnpr I'rroldrnt WIUon Will Men In lor llrt tiiiinsjn-llullxt eg. Hlmiv ,a Ij.mtan July 1! Th oxrrthroxv of Cham-i llur .n HUnmanir MoIlff, champion of roncll-itory policy toxxard tho I'nltrd Slatr. ami te CARRANZA PLANS , PEACE WITH WILSON to Wit di hurt on This Week. i NEWS IS 5(,ito Pejinrtniciit Desires For-rVLn,K,l"R f Herman -ntfrnarinr- nhin Definite l'ro)oals to Re Mntlc three ni nth., xxas predicted by Von Tti-' ptti f rurirtrr here to-rtay timo-a l'rr-ldt-nt Wilson act? apnlnt the Urlth l.Wndc A pr vate sou-ve Mo.f to the Kiretfn Oftloc said on thlf yto.i.t lnles Anirrlrt dews -ornithine apainft Kneland within the next thre nioMr theie will N a bitter flshl apainn the Chaiicellur One cannot tell whether he will be able to h 'id hi? own aealntt mch opposition. The fu ture f Herman-American relation de pend upon America. The forecast of a renewal of submarine operation It made by Conser...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 13 July 1916

'V' 4 THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1918. BLISS TREASDRER FOR REPUBLICANS Campaign Committee Ap proves Selection; Upham to Be Assistant. NO PERMIT GRANTED FOR GARBAGE PLAN i Stntcn Island Official Refuses It, ns Surveys Do Not Tally Natives Rejoice. Confirms July 81 as Notifica tion Date and Sees Many Callers. Staten Inlanders rejoiced yesterday afternoon when the Superintendent or ino BiTOV TV TrtTPX 1 ''"e Bulldims. William MtfDermott. JtMCGHES BUSY IN TO . the of the contMCtor,, Oaffney. CJahasan Van Etten, for the 11,000.000 rarbage bulldlns to be built on Lake Island. lUpreMntaUvea of the contractor re-, malned at the Boroufh Hall at St. Oeora-e all day expecting to receive the permit and etart with 100 men to Lake1 Island to begin putting up me piani. ---.. v viosaai sunt. McDermott eald that ne refused A anon time air " " t to u,u, th, permit on the ground that 1 Arrived at Republican headquarter at (he gunry fl.d with hi office for th lt. the Hotel Alor from Brldgebampton of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 13 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY IS, 1916. 5 SHARK KILLS TWO AND WOUNDS LAD IN INLAND GREEK rssfiaued ft Firtt Pep. fr-in'te 't he w "till In the fvr."'od and Asher 1' Woolley of vitA- produced enouh explosive to i'j d -J ' shark It hoped also i r-P the drriamlte that the body 'J '-,; her rr.'.rht he toouirht to -'. Seeral charrn were set i i thcuch aaay fish were, killed! f-e t s.ms o: me iuiitk or me K,r, '. Th- led manv to tl)eve thai f1' hi(S '"-rrlrd th llttlt C IVtert'ae Smith of Freehold -d Ke- --er vn Busktrk of Xeyport viii ,.h. rce of tht work of looklr. for Tvi-t 5' wetl1 hoJv and ther w-er not jar ir ,n Fisher " PuHwd under T.,r r!t a hoat i helped to dra !T at n assistance of Georr p, -a Arthur Smith. U-v rie, were told to-nlsTht toy r.-x-s w-v thr had seen what Lj o' eve 1 to te fir.s of shark as ,,r kit j? and down th creek Kn-i t. e't-e'.!. fisherman, ull he n fc w -n elpht ?oot shark ta. - 1V" from the. mouth aout I . k 'i -Je afternoon. He was oon tlt"' oat tht attacke-d i"...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 13 July 1916

THE SUN,' THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1916. 20 MORE POLICEMEN NOW FACING ARREST Charges TJnsrd. on Relations YVItli Rumbling Houses and Disorderly Resorts. TWO HELD IN 82,300 RATI- Lieut. Enrigbt and Foley Protest They Are Inno cent of Perjury. Al least twelve member of the Police Department In one Inspection district and fix w eight In another Manhattan district nri In ilanpcr of Indictment ami arrest, District Attorney Kw.inn said yes terday, as the result of an ImeMlsntlon by the District Attorney's office of the relations between certain policemen nnd proprietors of Rambling houses nnd (lis prderly reports. The twelve policemen In the district where Judge Rwnnn's Investigators pay they found conditions particularly had Include a number of the members of a police Inspector's staff, station limine men and patrolmen. It was s.ild nt the Crim inal Courts HulldlnR that several ar leets probably would bo made to-d,iy, but the exact nature of the charges aRnlnst the suspected pollremen was not ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 13 July 1916

BDSY SEASON FOR SHUBERT HOUSES Three New Theatres Acquired fo Hold Productions In the Metropolis. HODGE PLAY HERE SOON At Lenst Nine Offerings With M lisle, Many Dramas, and Farces. Three new playhouse will be added to the list controlled by in Shubert if.'orf the next dramatic season opens. Trie Ator Theatre wai recently ac crued horn Cohan A Harris. There will If mo new theatres In Horty-flfth street almost opposite the Booth Theatre. One f there will be called the Theatre Fran ca!. The other theatres on their list ere the Winter Harden. Casino, Lyric. Forty-fourth Street, Shubert. Booth. Msxina Elliott's, Thlrty-nlnth Street and the Comedy. One of the first plays to be (riven by tSe Shubert will be "Fixing Sister." In rhlch William Hodge has been playing with success out of town. Other pla.ts hlch have been successfully tried In ether cities and will be seen hete early In the season are "Somebody's Luggage," fcy Mark Hwan, with James T Powers : Louis Mann In a new play, Kugene Wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 13 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1916. Com (MTYenrfl T- lommercial Bankiij THE BanK of the City ol New York Capital & Surplus, $5,000,000 Resources, - $80,000,000 Chtrter MtmberN.Y.Cltaint Honte Memhtr Ftdaal Rum Bmk Unilti Statu DtpttUty 192 Broadway Cor. John St. BBANCHU Greenwich and Warran St. Bowary and Crand St. 345 Grand St. Fifth Avenue and 14th St. Ninth Avenue and 14th St. Fifth Avenue and 20th St. 2 West 33rd Street 57th Street and Third Ave. 86th Street at Second Ave. Broadway and 104th Street Lenox Avenue and 116th St. 125th St. and Lexington Ave. Wt Incite Your Account FINANCIAL NEWS . AND COMMENT Murk ct Weakness Halts, Al- i fliniiirh Honrs Affflln At tack Special Stocks. HA HO A IN HUNTERS OUT Prospects Appear flood for Subscriptions to New French Loan. Jily Bud Cireilar resd and entira recommend IW bsa HoltitjeJ, raw obfic ntilhv cer I far invettmeaL Send for Circular. 91 Harris. Forbes ft Ci PIim ftreet, Cermr WIMasa NEW YORK Mtge. Bond Co. Lawyers Mtge. Co. Nat. C...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 13 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1916. 9 BA1LR0AD NEWS. Tre report of Amrrloan railroad ef all .arteta hlrti have already Wn received Jar inr ftr- week In July Indicate thtl earn-i-it are "Uniting villi about the same per entile ' fc.ie " tl ar In June. Ira i mi shown b.r reporta already f'ten t if t A mnaideriinlr falling off i llif i""iif nt Imrraae t II, MM mllea it Southern rna.1. which ham reported I. ilinlJj "'"'r nin'ir- ill" l.'l l,i inr mail iin-Mtr ' WrMrrn iiimpanlr.. ?ctc.il rr I 1 (ie ..1.11, v irli 1 pri. Mir winch were siren out o1rr' lnlle.l Malee (All Districts). Increase Agtrrtaia nillcaie ot rnaile reporting f,rlM 'or the period on rear- reanond I V irit eee oi Juiy . .a,i.n oii-th ot June Third I Jun femrd eek of .lime n.;u I.' 'Ml t.:7 41.H7 v t w en oi .lure . ... 2. til ,. 'r:, 'r'k's in e 'roni imie to time, me mot eoinpir.om wlih former n.-no,. . .t.i. .u. ...... ... . "... . Vh.i i, .nviiine ii . mih Pe'l, he tou"' number' of' m!,;.' of Va li ntj ,i in m rrnvinf...

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

10 4f THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1916. BEET SUGAR CROP OF U.S. A RECORD Production of 2,000,000,000 rounds, Worth $100,000, 000, Kxpcctod TIMs Yonr. If tlin present urea planted to simar fcoetw In thl country BUirplleg tlio usual output of sugar to th ncro more than 2,000,000,000 pounds of beet suitnr will lie produced by the United States during Hi 191 Reason and this country will be the fourth largest producer of thla com modity In the world, according to a com Mlatlon mada by the foreign trade tie partment of the National City Bank. In U90 the total produced In the United Htatea was only 0,000.000 vounA. In 1900 11(3,000,000 pounds and In 1910 1,025, 000,000 pounds. Tho world's normal yearly output of beet sugar by countries la: Germany, tt.000.O00.000 pounds; Ilussla, 4,000, 000,000; Austrla-llungnry, 4,000.000,000; Krancs. 1.S00.000.000; Italy, T25.00O.000, and Belgium and the Netherlands 600, 000.000,000 pounds each. The value of the beet sugar produced by the United Htntes t...

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

PROFIT TAKING IN REAL ESTATE Builders Sell o h BuHdor Apartment Site Kottfrlit on Tnesdny. BRONX FLATS ItKSOM) fioml Price T'nlil for House Controlling Lijrlit of Apart ment Sold Recently. Prodt taking In real estate wai re ported from several sections yesterday. A building lt on the West Side, bought on Tuesday, waa resold yester day to another builder who will Improvu the property with a tall apartment. It Is raid the first butldera were well paid for their Interest In the property, rredrrlck Hrown marketed three apart ment txhlcli he purchased In various deals Jlncc tin- rlr-s't of the month. The bujer nf the tils apartment Jt Vest lltul .ivenue and Ninety-ninth street paid builders a. tidy nuin to seil g dwelllns adjoining which controls the light and air of the npurtnient structure niiUlred on Saturday. Profit making was not confined to real us late In Manhattan and The tlrotix, Similar Incidents came to light In the other boroughs nnd In the suburban urea. Selling w.is the mos...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 13 July 1916

12 ' ' THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1916. . Cleveland Displaces Donovan's Crew in Pace Maying Position Giants Win Abbreviated Contest Superbas Idlt RAIN AND GIANTS COMBINE TO ROUT nnn nmi innmmnn AlilJ OliLLMlillDO.Lee Fohl's Wily Tribe Make Merry at Expense of Storm Intervenes in Seventh mill Hobs New York of n Hun. HEYEItSlOX TO SIXTH I.KAVKS TALLY 1 to 0 Cincinnati, Olilo, July i:. The (Hunts took another Kami" from the "Cincinnati tallendcrs here to-ilny. MclSraw's men winning nn abbreviated I'linlosl, which wbi stopped by rnln In the seventh In ning, by a score of 1 to 0. The Giants scored nnother run In the aeventh Inning before the lain washed out the came, but as the Inning was not completed neither the second run nor poor Mickey Pool.ui's hit got Into the rcc ords. It Is tough lines for Mike toptl- at .nclr i,eeu strike a blow, and then receive nothing I for It but honorable mention. One tilngle . i.. i.. .. itu.... .ir.i I means more to Ihtnl.in than a million dol-1 Urs mea...

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

18 English Horse Earns Right to Title of "King of the American Turf" by Winning the Empire City Handicap SHORT GRASS WINS THE EMPIRE CITY L IN DRIVING FINISH THREE PAIRS FINISH WITH SCORES OF 71 WELSH FEARS TO TACKLE LEONARD FINISH OF EMPIRE CITY HANDICAP AT OPENING OF YONKERS MEETING Amatenra and Professionals Play Together at Gap den City. Pollok Bars Benny as Oppo nent for Fred in a Bout With Decision. Imported Horse Defeats Finn Held in Fust Time at Vonkers Trnck. TRAVIS USES HIS PFTTER DILLON BOXES TO-NIGHT TftE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1916. 1 -MTItjm' TWO OF JAMES BUTLER'S ENTRIES ENRICH CROWD Short Grass, the Me Kngllsh hore brought to thli country early last year bv Knit! Herx. earned the right to be erwned the king of the American turf . j'erlai if -moon at the Umpire City a,.,. He ilefeatrd eight of the best f ; iroughbroils: In training In the Umpire r.ty Handicnv. and accomplished his task In mirt Impressive style that horse men were unanimous In declaring him the tut ho...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 13 July 1916

14 - THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1916. AND NEW Y011K l'JIESS. TUUnSDAY, JULY 13, 1010. Untersd t the l'nst Office st New York mcond Lias .Mull Mutter. Subscriptions by Mailt I'oslpald. DAILY. fer Month 2 LiAILY. Per Year J? SUNDAT, Per Month........... " rUrNDAY (to Canada), l'er Month.... Ml FUNDAY, Per Year i DAILY AND Pl'NDAV, Per Yesr.... 8 JO DAILY AND SUNDAY, l'er Munlh... Kum.ion lurr.. DAILT. Per Mr.nth I ; tUNDAY, Per Month DAILY AND SUNDAY, l'fr Mouth... I VO THE EVKNINU Hl"'N. Per Month M THE EVKNINU HUN. IVr -r ...... 5 . THE EVENING Sl'N( Foreign), IVr Mo. 1 VS All ehK-fcu. money order. Ac, to be msds payable ti TiibMJ.h. Headers of The Sc leaving ton n for the Smmsr months can have the dally and ndy and evonlnc edition delivered to tMtn In ny part of this rountry or I'.urnp. na the. terms staled above, Addresses chanted often a. desired. Order tlir'.iiBh newsdealer or dlreilly of Publication Oluce. Telephone Si'oo Uerkmaii. Published dally, Includlnc Him l.i. by the Ku...

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