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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 14 July 1916

Partly cloudy .to-dav and to-morrow. 11 tSBf .ki S JB&IALL with showers ; shifting winds. IT SHINE Highest temperature yesterday, 88; lowest, 69. Detailed weather, malt and mm Ine reports on page 10. VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 318. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916. Copyright, lilt, hy the Sua Printing and Publishing Annnctnlinn, ONE CENT5 tar New York, Elsewhere, and Newark. TWO CENT). with showirs; shifting winds. . LIT. VI t HaWKr""!!!! ' IBTl jy city MANY BATHERS TELLOFSHARKS; ONE MAN BITTEN Sipped on Log 100 Yards Off Hotel at Sheeps head Bay. GIHL AT SEA GATK CHASED TO SHORE Jersey Coast Resorts Set Nets and Dynamite Is Used at Matawan. The stories of continued attacks by nun eating sharks In nearby waters or ef narrow escapes from attack came i jesterday from many point and helped to spread consternation among bathers slong the New Jersey and Long Island beaches. Then the actual capture of sharks near here yesterday and the many tales of sighting sharks where none had been seen befo...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 14 July 1916

f-f THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916. the output even for a moment, I there-' for appeal to the patriotism of the again inpeni their hollilayn In order that the attack, iso brilliantly begun, e-an V carried through to a triumphant conolujlon " Viirntlnna Deferred. Wliere health required, continued lhj Premier, leave or ansence wouia oe FmntM .ind the dm eminent held them- elies reionillip for seeing that tho linUet-ty were merely postponed and not nhandotied. flcprt-'entatlves of the Admiralty and the Ministry of Munitions', he added, would mint ropresontutlvf of the work men and employer to no.-ure their co operation, and he was sure this would he fortlH'iitiilmr and th.U the forces In. tilt Held would "he Riven encouragement and the enemy discouragement In th certain knowledge that tho preaent In tensity of bombardment and assault will. If necessary, be continued In definitely." BRITISH RESIST ATTACK. Rxpeilltlnn In Mesopotamia Wlna In rtlllerr Hattle. Lns-po.v, July 1J. The llrltls...

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

3 COLONEL INVITED DEATH AND HAYOC AS STORM HITS N. Y. THE GENUINE EDISON THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 14. 1916. I ! 1 TO NOTIFICATION Tuft AImi Kxpertcd to Sit on' miiih' Platform in Cr.r- ! node Hall. , WWW FKAST .Alt.tAX(,Kl All tlio lW'lcsratcs to the Pro- Oictatint Machine GORDON DRY GIN Temperature Drops Prom 88 to 71 Aftor Heat Kills and Prostrates Many. PreutheButton dlctateany time any !ped any correc tion white typing coiti halt. Proven free on yourovn work. Ailc for the BUYER'S GUIDE. In Ample Supply IN EVERY AMERICAN MARKET GALK fiO MILKS AN HOUR M KI.T IHH( I. vni.lMi'.('ll. HO l.ltierty "I..N.1 . Tel. Hector 3.V!- Jfru9iiA HI itiomvc Convention Will Hp Invited. T ie Hoiili-ation .o Charles K Hughe ef H nomination, definitely set vaster do for M nchy cvcnlns. July 31, nt Cm ei Hull, will lr tht occasion of trr.t palhfllt; of llcmt.lk.iti anil riocrelve leader to shake handa and pledce ooopfrnt.cin for November It l not Improbable that It r.-lll be t' e Piva-lnn of the n;itwsr.i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 14 July 1916

4 THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916. DR, FLEXNER TELLS HOW PLAGUE GROWS Rockefeller Selentint Points Xpert of Absolute Clcntill ness in Home. PARALYSIS OERM VIRILE Thrives in Dark, but .Menns of Connuunlention Are Not Yet Fully Known. An exhaustive statement of virtually all the scientific facto that have been gathered concerning Infantile paralysis was r'fld by t-v. Simon Klexnr-r, di rector of the Hookefeller Institute of Research, at the meeting under auspices of tho Academy of Medicine held last evening In Aeolian Hail, The paper, entitled "The Nature, Man ner of Conveyance and Means of Pre vention of Infantile Paralysis," Is printed here In full, Hy SIMON Kl. KXNr.lt, 31. IK. Director nf Laboratories of Hncke fellrr Institute. The Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research has been appealer! to by so many physicians and laymen for In formation and advice on the subject of Infantile paralysis that It has seemed desirable to relate the facts of present knowledge concerning certain h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 14 July 1916

THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916. j RUINS of four story building at Sumner avenue I and Macon street, Brooklyn, wrecked by ex KEPT FROM GRAVE OF MAN SHE SHOT plosion of ammonia in refrigerating plant, from which the bodies of Ave victims were taken. GOVERNOR ORDERS GARBAGE INQUIRY Hears Staten Islanders' Plea and Dr. Biggs Will Investigate. Four Story Brooklyn Struc ture Lifted in Air and Re duced to Scrap Heap. MANY NARROW ESCAI'Ks Explosion Occurs in Hcfrijrcr ntinp Plant Recently In stalled in Butcher Shop. rirfmfn and mpIoyi of ths Build ing trrm,n'' 'n shift of nf'J'. wer (till at nrk late last nlffht clranlns up i ll nTfckix of th four 'story brick I lulldlnc at 339 Ucon treet, Hnok!yn, tihjr ft pfron wsre killed In the tnornlns by an exvlcslon of ammonia In m tffrlffMtlric plant. Th explosion ftecte1 hiilf a doien city department, the Brooklyn Hapld Trsiult. fit and electric light companies, rtopped work on streets, and rendered t.earby house uninhabitable. Ho irrsat w the dams...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 14 July 1916

6 THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916.' BORDER EMBARGO PARTIALLY LIFTED Treasury Department Wants Door Reopened Kxccpt for Munitions. BETTER FEELING GROWS Belief Is That Expeditionary Force Will Soon Be Withdrawn. Washington, July 13. Authority om the State Department to permit a rsturn to the normal In the n.ovement Into Mexico of all rommodltle errept war munitions was skcd to-day by the Treasury Department. Collector, of customs along the Mexi can border have been Instructed, upon raquest of the State Department, to per mit railroad rolling: Mock to enter Mexico an the baals of an equitable exchange of cara. which mean that for every car permitted to enter Mexico there will be car proceeding from Mexico to the United State territory. The collector have aluo been In structed not to Interfere further with ahlpmenta of food and clothing Intemled for Mexico, but with the understanding that the present methods of nun-nine munitions of war destined to points In Mexico will continue In force...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 14 July 1916

-Wzxcm ,fi!.-ri.i5 sk-$ fit. . v -f r - J THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916. ;4 "9 WILSON ORDERS AERIAL RESERVE Squadron for Each of 12 Air Divisions of Xationnl Guard rianncd. g,297 MEN FOR COWS Civilians Invited to Enlist Private Schools to Be Encouraged. Washington. July IS PreUlrnt Wil on signed an order to-day establishing , , ipectai aeronautical reserve ror tne UnltrJ Mate army The reserve ll . Nve fufflrlcnt trained tiler? and expert ' HMhanioann to provide n quadron for ...1 .V.. O.K. ..,nn,lll .11.1. I. ncn u. ... .. . ... ..... a of the National Guard. i Any civilian In any State may join thl I rfjerve provided lie ha the necewsary flying ek.ll and the mechanical ability, j The War Department views the 1'resl-! l(tit' order a one of the most important tep t taken by this Oovernmenl to develop military aeronautic. Tttt recommendation for the aerial re rve came from the War Department. The national defence act of June J gave ,he President the necewarv power to call thl importa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 14 July 1916

8 THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916. -J it': f 1 eiof -I 3'. 1 f .t S.lU V ft .(; re ! t SSlf 4f Which Are the Best MOTOR STOCKS Send for our booklet D-15 TiCarewfr'GQ fJV Wll Bt. JssrasJ Bullrilsg. 44Br.adSt.,N.Y. JStXU. Chicago Botrd of Trad. N. Y. Curb Marital Aseorlathn Tnrntitn Standard Stock Ktcb. Montrati Oftleet IT gt.FrancoleXsvlerSl, Direct Wlra In Chleaajo, Toronto Montreal. FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT ODD LOTS , S; Tour Interests can be. served by our Information. Your repeats will re ceive personal attention. Weekly mar ket letter free. tnt lor oar Bookttt O. I. 21, QmOLM ft FMAM Mm. gSSSV ) i'cM.. 71 Broadway, New York City It II....... oi M V a "awinaup r-v., ii. a , II North Hmadway. Yonker,. N. V. 7 I llroad HI.. Newark. Tt.T. Profestfionaln I'tirovcr More Weak Spots and Market Han Another Sltitrip. WORST JOLT TO MOTORS Bear Panic PosHihln in Cane of Favorable Developments. STANDARD WW WILL BUY srt I L 2s Buckeye Pipe. I. asCreaceat Pipe L 3 Indiana Pipe L 18 Ohio Oil C...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 14 July 1916

!?JlPTT(rWjrer -77 xahioad hewi. Hettiro ef IT rallreaoa t tk Internal Commerce Commlulon for Ik mMta at Mar. ,:f.62l.424 on a mileage nf" "M.Mt a agalnrt revenue e : IM7.4344 In May. Ml, on mllM- nf CT.MI. Thla li (n Increa ef M l I" rent. In revenue. The railway oprtlnf ".TVV.J'tJt:. 171 "'I' """" tailed ttiei.403.2gS, agalntt I47,1S,U In Mir, 1915 net operating revenue. tltt.m.K. etalntt lMtl.3s, revenue mil, 11,304, lilnit 11,046, Hn,ii a mil. lata, acalntt ?. and nft revenue milt, 1160, agalnit 1319. United Stair (All DlatrleU). Increa Aiirtm over oor tnllag of ceannnd. M roadi reporting Ing jrtoJ 5 Period for th period ait rr rirtt week of July ,. , ,13.T mi Iurth week of Jun .. U.MI Hit Third week ol June , ,, UMl 16.4' f,n1 week of June.. 41.117 1S.2 rirt Hk of Junr 4l.5j 16 Month of Mar 5M.M4 til t A mnr Amaru an com p erne are extend Inc their line from llmr to ttm. the mot trutiworthr comparison with former period ran he made after reducing tha report o a miteatt batia th...

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

10 BANK OF ENGLAND RATE SIX PER CENT. Discount Raise Is the First Change Since War Hcgnn, Nearly Two Years Ago. IS TO PROTECT EXCHANGE Money Will Be Diverted From New York and Allies' Ex penses Will Jump. London. Jnlv 13. The rate of ills count of tlie Hank of Kngland was raised from B to per cent, tn-dny. Tin; au thorltlra have evidently token n lung view of the New York money outlook and Impoaed a hlulier liank rate In fear of a further rtrinxency. I Money and illacntint rnte.a here were adjusted to the higher level, althotmh three montha hllla at 5'4 per cent, were nominal, awaltlni? Treasury Mil quota-iVpir tlona to-morrow. Interest on Treasury deposit waa raised to 4 per cent. The advance In Hie bank rate came no no surprise to the money market, which reallaed the necessity of watchlllB New Tork carefully, and the rise here Is purelr h precautionary menstire tu pro- tect exchante and retain balances which would otherwise seek employment In New Tork If the rates are not made suf...

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

THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916. 11 BUILDING PROJECTS IN MANY SECTIONS nfli for Tlnwtlinwn Vlnn Dwelling for Knst Side nnd Flats on Hpijj-h.s. Kcront l.ii.vlnp Move ment. Normal, seasonable conditions re- cr in iiiiucaii-ii in rcnons irom several n-nnrlant trutta.if-tlmi. nr. ..Ant. Atn.l fiil iuiliii.i, iiiifii'iiL iPHi.r i.v rnn. u?t til n'ruj iiimc-i i,up, lur UIPJ, mil- i, nurn i-uniltns, H'..!.-. Mill UH'l'. ivlng and business purposes Is so great trial prices during the next year. 1'lans -re men vesieruav uir an exitensive selling to bo erected on Hast Seventy- (eights ami In The llrnnx. Announce- owned by Mr. YVoolwnrth. will be re- iuiiirui.-icu iur a itnuiii. in I'uane street a twiYe siory tort mulcting will lie liullt. tha fleet IninrnL'.manl .t minh im.tfMlliiiU In many years. FLORIDA PRODUCE rESTRK, B. Albert has sold for Frank It. Oreenc to the Corporation of Florida the five tory elevator loft building at 69 Barrow street. The Corporation of 'Florida, Joseph L. Jackson,...

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

THE SUN, t'RIDAY, JULY 14, IMS. Ruppert's Yanks Are Better on Wet Days Than on Dry OnesThump Indians and Again Lead Johnson s League 12 YANKS DETHRONE INDIANS; WIN BY SCORE OF 6 TO 3 Locals, by Annexing Contest Shortened by Downpour, Rcpnin Lead. SPEAKER AND HIGH STAR; SHAWKEY DOES WELL Br FltKDBHICK O. MRU. Jurt ft little nomethlng wiu vd nut ,of th wreckage of the Cleveland aerlea on the Polo Grounds ywterday. when the Yankee repulsed the Kohl clan In the last quarrel of the nix name net, tho home lads winning to 3. A steady rain, which had waihed down on the diamond a-ladlators from the alxth In ning to the eighth. In addition to Inky Mack sklen, brought the fray to a close In the elchth Inning, J ant aa the Don oran serf were putting over a flock of hltleai run. The abbreviated win lifted the Tanks back to the apex of the Amerlcin League, but their margin Is slight a mere half game. Lee Kohl shed no tear1 about losing eaterday. He came here two and a half games behind tho Gotham...

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

THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY" 14, 1916. 44. . 18 Amateur and Professional Tie for Lead in First Half of Metropolitan Open Golf Tourney With Scores of 55 DYER TIES WITH GOLF TOURNEY AtnntfMir n n (I Profrssionnl sliuro Honors on (Jnrrtpii -City Links. K II SCOHKS I.",,, FOR IiOl'KLG ROrX!)! OAfcPEN- ClTr. I. , July n A ama. tur ami a p-ofe-.slon.il. both you-i. In' vra-s shared the leadership In' the rtr.it! Mlf of the Metropolitan open golf cham-1 tioti-hn played to.,lay on the links of. -re Harden city C! If nub. Frank W pter of Moiitclalr. the holder of the r:.iis.vhanJn amateur title, made a scC-re of T7 76. 15J for the double round, which wan equalled by Charles H II ffnet professional nt the rhltmont Com .try Club, near Philadelphia, whose l.-ore was 7S SO. 155. A strike back of the two youthful r lfer who so unexpectedly put their ramcs at the top wire Walter Hagen of rnche.tee o... ... . . . . . Liumn ana na- t onal opn chutnplon two venrs aro ..l."" iSu w.th " V), 156. and Teter O'...

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

14 ? THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1916. VSJt AND NEW VOIIK I'llKSS. FIUDAY. .IUI.V tl, 1010. Entered lit the Tnut Office at Nw York M fecund Ulsag Mill Matter. Subscriptions by Mall, I'mtpald, DATI.Y, lr Month DAILY, Per Year SUNDAY, Per Month M'NtlAY (to I'tiuiJi), Per Month.... HUMMY, Per Vear KAII.Y ANti SUNDAY, l'r Year.... DAILY AND SUNDAY, rer Month... Koaiaus llr. DAtt.T. rr Month hUNDAY, Per Month .... DAILY AND HUNDAY, Per Month,.. to M to ti 40 1 .10 t .Ml 7 1 ts M 1 W TUB BVKNINII PUN, l'er Month THK EVBNINU SUN, Per Vr,.,..i ; J TDK BVKN1NU BUN(Fofeln).Pf Mo. 1 M All cheeks, money ordera. te., to b mailt pa) able to Till SI'S. Headers of Tin Scs teavtnf town for the summer month can have the dully ! Sunday and evening editions delivered to them In any part ot thla country or hurope on the terms ttate.l above. Addreeaae changed at often aa Jeelred. Order through newsdealer or directly of Publication ooco. Telephone i'-lOU lleekiuan. PuMlnhed dally, Including Sunday, by the P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 15 July 1916

.-. J$tm. THE WEATHER FORECAST. Partly cloudy to-day and to-morrow; moderate winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 79; lowest, 65. Detailed weather, mall nml marine rcpoits on pnge 9. VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 319. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1916. Copyright, 191. by tha Sun Printing and Publuhltig Association, r1V flPKtT I" Greater New Terk. 1 KlMwher. UINti tjCilV 1 .-,-, Cj Mid Newark. I TWO CENTS. ARSENAL BLAZE KILLS ONE; HALF MILLION DAMAGE Firemen liattlc Amid Ex ploding Cartridges in :15th St. Huildhiff. HEAVY AMMUNITION MAGAZIXK FLOODED Gas Clouds Endanger 3Iany Priceless War Relics Destroyed. Flro swept through the old State Arsenal of the National Ouard nt Sov tnth avenue and Thlrty-llfth street at I o'clock laBt evening. Setting off nearly 400,000 rounds of small nrma ammunition, It loosed a hailstorm of bullets that rattled like riant musketry, nnd It belched gaseous clouds of smoko that overcame n score , Cf firemen and caused the death of ' one man. who lay In the burning bui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 15 July 1916

THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1916. 2 fc'omme this morning. The official tate i tnent given out to-day by the. German army headau.irtcre Mart cays British a, i .troops attacked In tlio sector of Ma. SS.:.nclz wood and Longueval and made re- Bented efforts to eaplurc Trma woods. "The first British attacks were beaten , Stack and new battle aro now In prog' EXess. 6SS Gen. t''uikenIiHti. chief of etaff, has "tsaiot lost sight of the original object of V tho German offensive :ind Is pressing "th campaign against VeriJuts to a auc 'cessful conclusion, the Berlin news papeia rtnted lo-dnv "The flernim success reported yea- terday to have been won on th right bank of the Meiisc, near Kurt Sottvtllo and L.infte plateau, Is commented upon iiby the German tiewspipers as an ecnt 5"-f remarkable Importance," says the I.t'liews ngsncy Fiimmiry , Tit. "No German soldier and ;v Gsrnrtn i,fitnnon have been withdrawn from Ver-' ::;;ttun and the battle It continuing success- ( ?:::fully with the initi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 15 July 1916

I'lpy, tgr 4e?,' THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1916. MAYOR ASKS BEDS FOR SICK BABIES Jnfautilft Paralyfrfo Spread Causes Appoal to Bftlnc iMt Hospitals. MORE THAN 1,200 NOW ILL w Arras In Manhattan Af fected: Brooklyn's Test Spots Yield More Cases. Another Jump In the number of tie I racs nnd dentils In the Infantile pnrnly- sis rpldemlc occurred yesterday Vt'ith If.! additional victims rrportec in tlic Heeilth Tictiurtmcnt, the Mayer and Health Commissioner lluvrn llnier- , or. began to look i. round fur more bus- I pttulB to tnkr cnn nf the sick liuliio. Whlls the majority of the hnspitiils i, the cltj have vnltintc-ed their services in harboring babies stmken vx ,th tin disease, others heivr pinved i-eluctHr Mayor Mltrhel went n letter to mvwu In stitution from whom Commissioner Rmerson had rece Ived no satlsfncteiry re- , ply tt his npprtil for help The lrttet follow . The Commissioner or Health ha Just placed In my hands a list or liu pltals that have been invited to co rporate -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 15 July 1916

4 THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1916. NEWS FROM THE BOOK CRITICAL REVIEWS I OF THE SEASON'S LATEST BOOKS An Artistic Adventure Story E. C. Benson's School Tale Ring W. Lankier 's Baseball Stories. Thrills in New Crime Story Peace Books by Felix Adler, David Starr Jordan and Others. New Books on Training the Singing Voice Fishing, Politics, Checkers and Other Subjects. Un ft' i Iff tl )'' V t'i f 14 Hantlntr nad Vtrmer. yA clean cut,' artistic tale of adven ture Is told by IL ie Vers Ptacpoole tj-?to Oold Trail (John Lane Com My), with a villain who la a, matter piece of characterization. A young Englishman, stranded In Sydney, la accosted by another tramp, who urges him to Join htm In securing the treas ure stored In a wreck he knows of. The tramp Is very plausible. He not only stirs the spirit of adventure In the boy and In another younit man j ww is BUinK iu mu uuks, uut uo in duces a business man to put up the money for the expedition. A former shipmate, whom he had swindled In the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 15 July 1916

THIS KID ROMANCE A PLOT FOR AUlRRi; Tell? of n Crnol Aunt Ho Fled mid Offer to Heroine a Robber. BEP A STEP OX BOWERY jilli III I'Pllfl I flreniS ionic tO.rrade. his father not nnlv did hnt He... ' Life and Shatter an East Side Epie. There a boy at the temporary ahelter I home o: the Society for Prevention of Crue'tv to Children whom any normal j:ror.up would want to adopt after one lock at his fare The reasons why he ,eemed adaptable yesterday and why he Is ryt are here set forth, beptnnlrp with .j... ..... .... i.. Toliceman Nawrod i The policeman, ptiardlnr the Bowery at ! o cio-k yesterday morninc paused before the ThaJla Theatie at No. 45 be cause he saw at the foot of stairs lead- lrr f-om the sidewalk to the basement , tto? a pair of shoes protrudlnc from a , dark come- Peseendlnc th stairs he f iur4. a boy asleep In this same Bowery h-le slept ttacred Pick. Mark the Match- bov and the other Horatio Alper Proll- who started their cllmh to diamond. and barouches In parkinp twx...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 15 July 1916

THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1916. Possibilities in Government Bonds of some of the most important European nations, caused by the present abnormally low rate of exchange, created by war condi tions, will be explained for those who com municate with us and request a copy of our Circular No. D-186. A. B. Leach & Co. Investment Securities 62 Cedar Street, New York Chicago Philadelphia tluffaln tl.ntnn lliltlmors FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Knrl.v, Declines In Stork Mar ket. Followed by Quick Re covery Nenr Close. SHOUTS DRIVEN TO COVER Strength In Clearing House Statement Rlcr Demand for Farm Mortgages. BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS CLINTON GILBERT 2 Wall St. Tel. 4MS Rector NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE FRICIS. Friday, July 14, 1910. -Clotlnn.- IDIt.I llld. Ask. I hi. I Males. Opcn- lllah l Low. cm- I Net I inc. rt. I est. log. IChaugn, 137 II J. K. Rice, Jr. & Co. Will Sell fiO,mrrlfnn Ilni ?. AniTif mi ( hlilV Com. 3(WfnrnHim. 4 llhrlitWM A Ohio I'M. 2 f liMthnm A riittiU It link M K U...

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