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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 15 July 1916

THE SUN, SATURDAY, . JULY 15, 1916. 1 PRODUCE MARKETS. DEaNS AND PEAS Receipt. II fag .ir.i 411 bag! peaa Marrow, fhnlce, 1. p li "ir ?o gtoci. IF in, nel'.T ' " K1 19 T5J 110 fair 10 govd. lit"' P h '". tlQli:t poor to Hi liw'tl Ldy WaHi.ngton. Ca.l- fjrri' II , iiti wnne. California, ehotre, iri i,irir rnoirr 7 n 0 iv. V tiviio. red marrow, rhol-e Imperial, ihi,t 1150 ye . e. II 1 rmx, 11 .firnla, 'r9?' Ims. I'allfn-nla choice, pea Stctrh. fhoi.e If. . . if -T. . 4 7t. pnuthern. HlrE Inm--. srreentne. ISfllS". rnt-Jluin c head. ISI'f. fancy ........ . rui len'-y. . "a A N r , J a , pan. 4tr , blue Tt't. IS"llr SUOxR FUTURES Market opened duV. ' .l-4 point lower, with lit l!r er tin pup po-- Trading ni llna.l in nn .1,,. ...i :IS J"i . frM. l"!t ccnditu.n. in p"t mgar. wbpre ..rw I'fOtlll J 11 "Ur UTIUMn I O. !1 i poll! I ft wun toiai ai. : ton a i it to the eaihange rcportel ll mill, grinding In) favorable weather. Hinge of price- upen nigh, low 1191" It lair t ' it :u 4 io f e. c...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 15 July 1916

8 THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1916. REALTY MARKET NEWS AND COMMENT Site Bought for City's First Cooperative Gnrnpp 1 West Sido Deal. STEIN WAYS ADD TO S1TK City Employees Buy 11 Blocks in Queens (luttonhiiiv Hacctrnck Sold. Cooperation In th ownership ami Management of a garage Is th l.Ufst chama advanced by the artists, archi tect! and musicians who have made West Sixty-seventh street notable for It successful cooneratlvo apartment 1 bouses. They oro the aame people who re backing the proposed reproduction . of Versailles and Its Burdens nt Great Harbor to sell nnd improve their prop Neck. Yesterday thoy bought a site forir1"1" on,,,c f -tjtc-. Interest of the cooperative garage, thereby furnish-, r.ral - marhet to-day wll bo cen tlifthe local real estate market with Its ln, "if a1,lu', av b' J'r? 1 : tost Interesting transaction. Then 'J." y. lh'' ' "y-flve ocean front and there was a sale of a largo property on 1 Thirty-ninth street near tho North River, nrobablv foe a notnhlo In...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 15 July 1916

y THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 15. 1916. Eastern Steamship Lines Alltht-Way-By-Waltr. 12 BOSTON Via Len ItUnd Satind, Beautiful luturdt Bty and Iht Cap Cod Canal MrrrRopoi.iTAM link Superb Kiprea flteamshlp Messaihusctts and Hunker 111 Lv. Pier li. No. Itlter. ft, of Mttrraj St., nttk Days nil Sundays, II I. M hue Huston Jt.ni A. .11. Music an Each Nleamer. PORTLAND MAINF. KTKAMNII1P MM: , A dcllehtful il hour, and mile water I trip to TIIF. MTY HKACTIFl'L I Steamships Northland and North I tar. Lte. I It No. River, fi. War- I ren St . New York, Tiles., Thum. and I in A ' l-l also Moim.. Ws.10 A. .M, I flftru .v Intirnui.nm l rrft, ul.n ill wifOI .V V 'fro infer Otirn. "f tried Alt I'ntnrs. Ilaygqy Octs-crf nr u. for "'' in f,n llirre lo .Nou." llplu Jurorc or Room r. I'lrr If. .V. . .. Y RLQCK ISLAND I. 51.50 EVERY SUNDAY facial train, with parlor car. leave, foot Eatt 14th St.. Na York. i,30, roo'". r .-.o,trnd Ave., 8.4 4. and East Now Tork, 41) A. VI. 'or Montauk than: by iteamer "MI...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 15 July 1916

10 THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1916. Wholesale Baseball Is Becoming a Fad on Polo Grounds 24 Innings of Play Is Latest "Treat" for Fam tn YANKS AND TIGERS DIVIDE IN EXTRA INNING CONTESTS Teams Kngngo in 21 Innings of Thrilling Flay, Each (J n mo 12 Hounds. CVhWV BEATEN' IX FIK&T, i)-'2-, hTSSKLT, WINS, 4-3 i lly riir.llK.HHK G. 1.1KB. I A double header between the Yanks i nnd Detroit Tlgera was advertised on the I'olo Grounds yesterday, but the play-1 era almost went through a triple header, j Six extra rounds, three In each game, . were tossed In for good measure. Ni Mich quantity of baseball ha been J wished on the fans of thin municipality nt one sitting In many moons. Tho fans, simply were double hendcrrd until theyj got klnkx In their Lacks watching round ' after round go by. ' The third baseball bargain of the week Mnrtcii nt 1 :30 and lasted nearly six bourn, as the clock was swinging toward 7:10 when Itoger I'ceklnpaugh humane ly shot n single Into right field, scoring ....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 15 July 1916

11 Veterans Catch Youngster in Fourth Round of Metropolitan Open Golf Championship Tourney at Garden City THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1916. BARNES, HAGEN AND HOFFNER IN TIE FOR GOLF TITLE Ench Turns In n Card of 307 for 72 Holes on Garden City Links. WILL MEET TO-DAY TO TftVPTTiv npimnrrlwui Ho C.AROt.v Citv, Li. I.. July ll.Kour' rnunda of the green were not enough thin I year to decide the ownership of the Met- j rcpolltan open golf championship, for , three golfers tied for Uic tltio at 307 on the links of the Garden City Oolf Club reds and an Kng.l.h- ors, the pair born on M-day. Two homeb nan thnred the honors this .de of the Atlantic being Walter , Hagen of Uocheater and Charlea W. , lloffner of Philadelphia, while Britain's, re?resntatlo Is James M. Uarne.. who i Is now professional at the Whltrm.irMi alley Country CI jb, near PhllaUe'phU. .1.1 ...... ... . ... . 1 i.icj win .aj u.. -.ng i;e ior me line 111 eighteen h 'les thin mornlnc. ..turtliiK at 10 o'clock. st w-lnnln, t...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 15 July 1916

12 THE SUN, SATURDAY, JUL 15, 1916. VSXt AND NEW YOHK I'HESS. 8ATt'KIAY, .1T1A' 15, 1010. Entered m the I'ixt Office at New Tork Second CU Mali Mutter. Kub.rrlpttnn. by Mall, I'oituald. DAILY, I'er Month J DAILY. Per if MUNDAY, Per .Month " SUNDAY It.i Canada), Per Month.... SUNDAY. Per Year. J? DAILY AND SUNDAY. I'er Year.... t J DAILY AND SllNDVY. l'r Month,.. To KimriiiN IUies DAILY, Per Month RUNDAY. Per Month - - JJ DAILY AND SUNDAY, I'er MJnth . . I THR BVKNI.MI Jl'.V. I'er Month J5 TUB KVKNf.Nil UN, I'er Year ... Till! KVF.NI.Nll SUNiForelcn), Per vlo. I M All check, tnoii.y order. 4.. to S ma.lt payabl to Iiik Sin. Header of Tub Sis leaving town for the unimer month can have the dally ana Sunday mil .'vnlnr edition them In my pirt of thli country bunpi n the untie s'ated above. chane, a often a dlrej Order through newsdealer or directly of Publication OBU. Talephone -'Joo Uokm.ln. Published dally, ItuluJInr Sunday, by the Kun Printing an.l P'lbll.hing AxoclaMon at 160 Naie.a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

WEATHER FORECAST. Prftly cloudy to-day and to-morraw. tin. with showei't to-night or Monday. Higheit ttmperaturt yesterday, 73; lowest, 61. Detailed weather, mall and marine reports on page 9. IT SHINES FOK ALL VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 320. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916 . Copyright, 1916, by the Kim Printing find Publishing Atnoclation, 60 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. GARRANZA MEN CONSPIRING TO DEPOSE CHIEF Gen. Trevino nnd Other of Big: lenders in Plot to Revolt. BEPORT COMES TO U. S. FB03I A PAYMASTER Armies Moving Toward Border Commanded by "Anti" Officers. El Paso, Tex., July 15. Report of new plot to reatore Government In Mexico by overthrowing the Carranxa supremacy were brought to the border to-day by a Carranza paymaster from Chihuahua city, under the command of Oen. Trevino. who declared he la one ef the principal In the new movement. The Generals of the north, aald the paymaster, having tired of the dlla tory nifties of the First Chief, who re fuses to consider national elections u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

2 Ti truggl TWIfullcatlnns are that the f HrlfT-H vrr holding tlielr sain or th morning, when ntontr. -i front of about fout'jti!l.i they attacked the German ec end line, ripturln? severa1 Important po sition. "The (nfant-v which vn' uto nation ahortly before dawn expee'td inot de ttrmlned reslstarre anrl were r pared to ay high toll In iauaf- Their e perlences during man) niitht- tren-h raids hail served a cjeeller t irM'-ra-tlon for theh drln moonltahl sviult' where loorillnation vvii nscejsir) for au-Ces An uni-.xpf i-tcrl'T iia'l ti'mbtr of vvou il'il ,ime 'it'i the tbarna ta-' tlon ilur ns tli Horning iur Mn were borne hj tSern.in pru rier. io cted a litter ( ler "The prisoner nld tit.'.' i ittjek had been expected and h;il the ansaull trfJre daylight came a t compete sur prise. T i lliitlrh risked Twtiw Wood. , where the Mermvn Ita 'I previously re tained tart j!talon. Through the ' tangle and over fallen t-ee trunks they1 wept In the face of persliten; sniping j and machine s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

i " WARSHIP S BAKER T . , I SUN, ..SUNDAY,. JUI16.1WA nr SAW GREAT BATTLE KWhH My Dough Wan Prov ing." He Writ, "I Wit nessed Spectacle." fflAISE FOR GERMANS ftjt Hlffh:Trlbat to Courage Shown by the Kaiser's tfdtl Cerrninct to Turn Bus. lemon. June II. Th experiences of. t.tatatr on on of the British warship , itfiffd In th treat Jutland battl arc fttned In a Utter addressed to the heaa ' netner ana ciuiaren or tne man e oia jehoel In Bucks. Hie letter rollows: "Mr 0AR Mill Watsoh and Chil Hurt I west you arn expecting a few net about the great action. Oa Wednesday afternoon we sud Itnlr had the news the 'enemy waa not Hf far ahead:, our next report waa Diet eur battle crulaera and fait battle 0tf were very heavily enraged with tit enemy not far ahead. We did not, ttrtontlly (peaking, place much value m title, for wa have been very close on Mnr other nccaelone and had been tamed to dltappolntment. Shortly ifier thli heavy cannonadlnr could be titlnlr heard, and eoon we appeared on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

4 Tl THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. nr. ir- E IC. t c. It. - .P i rr u r t . c. 'I It-' It- . t.. z r:. id I.. r c- 4 - z. r t f. (. 'r r '. l. e r . JT BORDER MERCHANTS I EXPECT TRADE BOOM i Lifting of Emlmrffo Will (iivc. ;H ''OAitjuizIhIus dinner (o :' Equip Army. N. V. 'MKN; flIVK PAJtTV Noii-i'oitimishioiu'd Officers ofj I'ivsf Ciivalry Ktitertiiin Ifefrnlnrs. HiDguAiiTF.iu New Yowc lilvidinN, McALLK.M, TfX.. July 10. Th order lifting the rmlmrRo mi food ahlpmtnti ncrnss tilt- Kin firnndu reuchcil C.pt. N, M. (Jrccn, In conun.tnil of Company M. TwcntfTlRhth United KtntcH I11fn.11 try, ut Hidalgo to-d.iy. Mixlc.in whole vuftra In McAllcn who have done lieauyibtiJilnrfx with thn other fldf of Die rtyj;f p.tttlcMiliirly In iiiimiunltlnii, Inee tht'i revolution utiirti'd, nru ptviMr- In lnrse plilpiiKTit of nil Mml of nvr- I rhaiinlKo. Jo iimrimnltloii will ho in lawed to croKS tlm line, nnd ouch rin iBntncnt wlll.-bc fuu-olivcl scrupuliuiily, Iut the Cnrr.milstas will lie permitt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

J , -J--I ..l THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. t-5 mmmmmmmm mini mm iiiihiiiiiiiihiiiiiih iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii,iiiiiiiiiiiiiininniiiiiiiiiiiin mini iihiiiihih iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiim J TOR some time past we have realized, owing to rapidly increasing business in the metropolitan territory, that it was essential to provide our customers proper service facilities, that we should handle the New York district business under our own direction and supervision as a factory branch. In this connection our policy called for buildings conveniently located and suitably equipped to extend the very best possible service in connection with every branch of the business. On Friday, July 14th, conditions over which we had no control made it neces sary for us to take steps immediately to make use of whatever facilities were avail able to handle the business direct. We have already established the following facilities : A temporary show room at 1826-1828 Broadway, between 59th and 60th streets, in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

6 .1J.1J. CASTRO DETAINED : PENDING INQUIRY Si-Dictator of Venoziicln, Hero From Hitrbiitlos. on Way to Porto Itlco. HOT IN TOLITICS. HE SAYS (tolls Home Land Conditions MBottcnn Never Hi-ant of Watchful Watting. & . - .iMaT 4 TIT DEBSTEHEGDNDN BIG NAVY SCHEME Senate Accepts Most of Com mittee Amendments to the BUI. steamship. MRS. HUGHES TO GO ON CAMPAIGN TRIP Wife Never llml Politicnl Tour. Owinjr to Vomiir Chililreii. Although (len. t'lprlatio rastio. whose -MCUIty used to be dlctatlnir to Vcines tMta. awears that he In no longer ac tisely Interest- In the politics of any etarltr-, he wan stopped liy Immlnra QUI Inspectors when hp tried to land fcl New York yesterday from tlic I.rim- A Holt liner Vauban, In from Har- As Hills Inland was cloned for day he had to spend the nlitht the vessel In a Brooklyn pier. Ke will be taken to-day to the Inland, Wteare a special board of Inquiry will dtWrmlne his status. The Federal authorities Intimated tlktt he mlrht be released to-day or ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

$50,000 TO TRACE PLAGDE CARRIERS Bockcfeller Foundation Hats Aside Amount to Aid Epidemic Fight. U, S. PERMITS TO TRAVEL Public Henlth Snrjrcons to Ex amine Children at Rail road Stations. THE SUN, SUNDAV, JUL 16, 1916. Paralysis Claims 15 By Death in One Week flunday Monday..., Tuaaday., , . Wadnaadar, Thursday. , , Friday... Haturday.., Totalt. B I -'1 11. mm 101 195 HI 11T H2 114 US 111 7 111 17 I 71 701 Total pravloua wttk 'unday. Monday. Tunday...; Wadnaaday. Thursday. . rrlday... . Saturday... Total.. Ill 170. If 9 10 11 tl IS 16 14 70 II 10 its tor. ratal pravloua waak, TOtAl P.I.. daalhs, III. II 111. 4 11 to data, 1,111; total A Two Important new phases of tha flg-Jit aftlnit tha epldsmtc of Infantile parsly II mrtrt announced yesterdsv. Onn w the flft of fSO.OeO by the nockefellerj The'. foondMlon for the ttudy of carriers of . iU, lU dlsaaie. The other was the decision f tte United States Publlo Health Rer vIm to put physicians at railroad sta. tloni ta examine children l...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 19.1ft. $1,827,552,131 HELD :IN CANADIAN BANKS ClinHi'i-nl Institutions' lc Iosf ts Slw.v liiu'frc Incri'iisc Since Win H"iin HBACII lll'T KOK THADK Dominion Kxppcts to Ho Much Korcijrit Coinmcm' When IVncc CoiiM's. HYDROAERO RACES SOON. ' Vnrk I'lilnar Ynchl (.'lull Will l-'ottrr . n n tin I .Manhattan lerh. The New Vork Kllng Vncht Club pro cured a site jeeterdny for a hdto. aeroplane station. The committee repie sentlnc the Harlem business men ob tained permission fiom l'nrl Commis sioner Wnrd find Dock Commissioner .Smith to life the North ltlver front Just iiuth of tli( rectentlon pier ut Izmh tiret. The cluh will est up mllltaty anil c Ivlltii n aviator's training quarters, n pulillc service station for owners of fly Imr boats, ami will foster an annual event. "Trip. .Manhattan Island Derby," for nn XX, 000 trophy In a hydroaeroplane, competition. A similar amount In rash will also hp awarded to the winner of the derby RECRUIT CALLED EMBEZZLER. fler...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, " 1916. 9 ELIE METCHNIKOFF, SCIENTIST, IS DEAD Jactcrfoloplst Had Uoun In 111 Health, but IMiyslcinns Held Out Hope. SUCCESSOR TO PAST KU II Won Xobcl Prize for Medicine Eight Ycnrs Affo. Paws, July 15. Prof. Kilo Mctclml olt. the famous bncterlnlodst, In dead. The death of the famous savant win not unexpected, as ho had suffered from heart disease, Prof. Metclinlkoff tiled In in apartment nt the ra.tcur institute, with which ho had lout lioen connected and of which he was ono of the directors. Mme. Mctchnlkoff, who had been con ttantly t tho bednldo of her husband luring his Illness, was with him at the r.d. Prof Mctchnlkoff had hi en In 111 ha!th for several months. The first news of h's serious condition reached this country In January, when It becum. knoan that he was seriously III with lean disease. Ills life was despaired of for a time, tiut he r.iilled. Physician announced a ttw weeks later, however, that the jffee. Hon hud not xlclded to treatment, ...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

40 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. WILLYS-OVERLAND No "Joy Riding" Here It's All Hard Work in Mexico VFXIE SIX WINS IN SCRANTON INVENTOR USES KEROSENE FOR MOTOR FUEL LONG ROAD TEST (Says Twenty Mile Trip Costa Him Only Six and One- Ifemporary 3alerom on rKvlw,iy unit Bijr .Servire Station in The Bronx. Bi-iinil N'tMv Car Without. Pri iiminnry Tnninir Tp L'overs 117 Milfs Without Fnlter. quarter Cents, and Car Never Fail to Perform. Ia 1916 B. C m The W-I'ys-Overl.ind ( 'ntiitimiv h.i ripenee) .i direct f.ictnry armed iii 'h city for the sole if Overland and W ye Knight .iittumnhlles A line service -i i Hon at 1,'nlth street .ind rjer.irl, avenue, storkdil with porta worth tioil.iiiiii m rtady to give owners inv attention needed. Edwin B Ltcli.ion formerly president of the Piek.irrt Motor r.ir ""ompiiny uf Jfw Turk ho recently Become issort.ited with Hie W tlys-Ovcrt.ind 'Mmpnnv it Toledo In in executive capitoU,1 Fie wti take use of ii . experience Ami 'annwi- of metroDol.un needs r...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

11 (J, T, SILVER TAKES " CHALMERS AGENCY I,rpr TMniler of Antonio hilr.s (Sets Now York 'IVr rltnr.v A Nor A tip. 1. A "New Dodge" in the Navy TEACHING THE OWNER TO KNOW HIS AUTOMOBILE the ball braces nnd using Intaor balls of proper lr.c A cause of fan bic.iK ice "in i rather common Is the innidtiK nf tiir fan when I. N considerably out nf hat in t, wx', 'li brhiK the clrcuinfeieiitlat wile or band into sh.iiie If It has been distorted. Often u f.i-l t nun. mk fan If much nut of bnl niue, will tot lip a noticeable vibration of lit own, which Is hard on the fan l:iiliip hsi well as on the fan Itself, iiv aauiKe, whether public or prlv.tte, ehrxi'd be equipped with n fire 'extln- huretor to catch lire for no apparent reason, nnd should sand be used to 'ex tinguish the (Ire a lot of unnecessary work Is entailed, The chemical extin guisher will produce better result and mold unnecessary labor nfter tho fire hns been extinguished. It Is well to note that a chemical fire extinguisher sho...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

1"l'"- 12 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. PAUL SMITH FALLS 10 FLOORS TO DEATH Maty Ik C.'s Attrseness Ate TWew Lsw Prises. Suits for the Surf and the Modish Style for Mid-Summer Wear $12 -TaffetaSilkDresses-SM 74 These Frocks are in styles appropriate for Town or Country. New nnd charming models, in seven styles and two price groups. Mart's Third floor, Broadway, few tee. Beach Promenade. $4.69 Made of Lustrous Poplin in Black or Navy. One Piece Slip-On Model, $3.79. Navy Mohn.tr Suits. Combinations included, $2.8. i m.h'i-tmhI riser, '. Vlco-PiVNlilciit of ('lialiiiprs Motor Co. IIh(I .IiihI CIono1 9(V25lMIOO Deal. Black or Mm Sosaws. iMsJM It OfT llll.TMOIIK WINDOW , Friend Scout Sniciili' Theory nnrt llclirvc lie Wiis Seized With Di.iness. rntil Smith. vlci"irrl1rnt nri'l un eral ralex mnn.mer of the Chalmers Mo tor Cnmpnny of IVtrolt, toppled thtotifh a truth Htory wlmlnw of tlx Hotel Wit more tenli.v moinltiK and ns picked up deml In the strret opposite thy Tale Cltih. He hml J...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

Second Section Sporting News GOLF. ATHLETICS. YACHTING, TENNIS BASEBALL, BOXING. RACING; ROWING NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. Copyright, 1916, by Ihe Sun 1'rlnttnp nnd I'ublOhlng Ansorinlinn. Bg Deal Between New York and Cincinnati Clubs Sends Herzog Here, While Matty and Roush Become Reds MATTY TO LEAD ( REDS; HERZOG AGAIN A GIANT Rousli and McKechnie Arc Also Traded to (Mn oinnati. Club. WILLIAMS SEXT HERE; MITCHELL MAY COME r nMi:i Christopher Mathewson, pitcher par iicitlence, master of strategy nnd (j-reat-nt (gut? New York has yet contributed to baseball history. In to tenve the Glinli. Matty retire from the scene of tli triumph? In the. only mnnner New Tork fan would rountennnce his aroint, for In a few ila Ills Hlx will be In stalled ai Charley Her.of'i aucceHor In it management of the Cincinnati club. Watty's transfer to the Neds It part of a bis. dal yesterday afternoon en flneered by Q.irry Herrmann, president cf the Clnrlim.it I outfit, nnd Harry Hemp tttad, head of t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

2 9 I THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. - ' Western Coll Carries Top Weigh t arid Defeats Field of Eastern Stars in the Whirl Stakes at Empire City Track HARRY KELLY WINS THE WHIRL STAKES AT EMPIRE CITY Victory Stamps Him as One of the Best Yonnsrsters of the Year. The Sun-Press Racing Chart KMPIRP. CITY. Jalr 111. Faarth aar af Ika nasaaer arena ml the Keaplre Cltr Itaela. Aeeeetatlonl wrilhfr rlttri traek fait. e?7 FIRST RACaT Three-re ar-ol la and upward. Selling. Aboal Mi furlong. Punt, Oil o added. Time. 1.11, At port, 1.41. )ff. 144. Winner, b. g.. by HsmlUf-Peeii. Owner, J. O. talbuit, Trainer, w. . lassey. aisri gooa. nan umm. nn, HE WILL CAPTt'RKS THK FLEETWOOD HANDICAP ffarry Killr. a hsndsom looktnt ehitrtnut colt that hn earned many pureee and much glory on the Weatem tracks, won the Whirl Stakti at th Emalr City trick yesterday afternoon and oauMd a majority of experts to preolalm him the beat two-year-old or thi yaar. Bvery one present declired him a ureal colt, but ther...

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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