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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

.1 1 1 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 191 fi. fMHH II THE PETS 0F THE n5 H FAMILY H H Camera H John Gardner their H hi. pRlMklDH Son of Mrs. W. M. Scudder of and . .ISI son of rHPllH ' LHLfli Hkl Duff HriBI BBBBBBBBBBaw! WtBSrMk7':'JH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBPBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl Daughter of lira. J. P. Elton o Waterbury, Conn., and her Scotch terrier. Youngest son of Mrs. Russell P. Colt (Ethel Barrymore) and his collie. 502

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

i .V I 'M'TI-AMER1CAN MASS MEETING IN FRONT OF THE OKKICF OF THE 1EFE POI IT ICO OF A MEXICAN BORDER TOWN S5PMHfc?fJBBfi?f?Q Rattlesnake Camp iy tubbed 'heir amp Mtr GENERAL VIEW OF THE CAMP OF THE 7TH NEW YORK, "CAM P SCORPION," AT M'Al.LEN, TEX. o, i - 2

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. - .asafe . , The harbor at Hongkong, showing modern concrete drydocks of the Taikoo Dockyard Company. whose plant covers fifty-one acres. i 11 Two big vessels nearly ready for launching in the Taikoo yards and two more in process of being laid down. 1 "alBfe?VHESS,BBBB BBBBBBBBSK BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH BaaBBflsiVBlaVBVBsvBVBVasMBB A BID FROM HONGKONG FOR THE I j MASTERY OF 1 HE PACIMU 302 3 Keverith activity li reported in the British shipyards at Hong kong, where fourteen large vessels are being rushed to completion for the Pacific trade. New York ship ping men see in this development a British bid against Japan for the mastery of the Pacific and also a reflection of the working of the La Follette Seaman's law, which thev assert has driven the Start and Stripes off the Western Ocean. f 1 Bsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssa '9BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi ttr-4r-KU ! aTr" -alsBBBBBBBm BLBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBLB BtKVQBUFF' BBBBLBBB...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. 202 3 I pa T of fiul (0 THE RUSSIANS ON THE FRENCH FRONT From Exclusive Photographs fTMIIiiHM 1 1" n HaSiffl HHBk Jlpppppppppppfl SIbbp iLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLIbLLLLIH wppppppppLpH pHSSipMlBJp ppppHuApypttkfliipV&flBppppVpPKpp 3E0S THOUSANDS OF RUSSIAN SOLDIERS IN THE MOBILIZATION CAMP AT MAILLY LINED UP FOR CHURCH SERVICES. iv,.m an ..ttklai i.i,..toK.ui.i.. HOW THE FRENCH HAVE WITHSTOOD THE TERRIFIC BOMBARDMENT AT VERDUN---,, jHjjimi 1 ILMHBHMiMaHMHMCMMaMMMMiMHaHMMHMaMIIIMMMMMnHMIiHMMaHMHMi French soldiers on the Verdun front digging a cave to protect themselves from German shells. O 3B0E During a lull in the bombardment the troops come Up for air. Note the reenforcing of the roof of the cave with earth and timbers.

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 19K,. t HHIH gflggggggggggggggggga H Wouldn t You Like to Have Them? Theae are the delightful twin Four Potter pH which Hathaway patroru have regarded to approvingly. ggggggfl "But," you My, "aurely they can't be ggggfl Mahogany at $19.50 each." Indeed they are tolid in every part. They are Colonial. yet neither antique nor reproductions. They BBaH are modelled upon the Colonial theme in a H manner to niit the bed-room of nowaday. P-H Hit other bad-room pitMt to natch tha btdftr here H iH aleo, thown decorated u well ai in the regular Mahofiny H H faith. SptcUl quotation for tht rlacorstina- of course. M H AVw there art Pastar Bad of varioaa other stylet. A gflffl U awhtitjf. in hm til inntint LL ggMgggggf mmmfmMy mb, ato m mill k JgHk JmsH H aafc to tjm Bin ry mm prkn fin. LmMm 1bbbVbTb5I H In tmt H it m mnmmtni pirn a M gggTvV H seeaartaM eW mtmit-m nam. HB lgW vU aaaBfta vwbbbw .aanrTl Permit Hair Win $20 All over tho VtMrJ HUl Imparla! Lad We' Hair Draa...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

Editorial Sidelights on the War Books Financial News Queries Games Problems SIXTH SECTION EIGHT PAGES mx. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. Copyright, by the Fun PrtnUng and rubfahino A$tociation. OKUMA SAYS CHINA MUST FEDERALIZE Japnn'.': Premier Sprs Hope Onlv in Docrntriili.ntion O.ovorntnpnt. TACKS GRAVE DANGER rrrM.Mcneo of Present Condi tion. Mny Lend to End of Ancient Xntion. In irir rtt thr new compact rntrrrA imffl IV Kuin ofiiI Japnn for thr (imfce twn nf thrtr intcrrtt in thr Far Keijf, lit following arttrlr by Marquis Okuma, fli Japnnrtr I'rrmirr, on CMnn'n future, it prirtCulartu intrre$ting. It apptar (n thr Jvnr number of Sippon," end n fr.Ti'liJfrrf for Tlir SEN by John CMrry Toha llaehino) of ToUei. ttr coiwt oki'm. Althoueh the nrst revolution succeeded In pierthrneltir the hereditary monarch .n nf the Manchu dynasty, it failed to lu,,1 an Ideal republic sallsfactcry ' i Ohine-so ien;ile. The revolution n-ni n fonouii and far reaching. In the sense tat t destroyed t...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. INTERESTING SIDELIGHTS ON WAR AS SEEN BY "SUN" CORRESP, PAINTS GERMANY AS STILL HOPEFUL MARY LONGMAN'S BIRTH RATE CURE i BERLIN ADVENTURES 'THRILLER' NEW LION AT LONDON TABLES He Knows All Ahoht the Wnr, and Generally Has io. 'BATTERED VERDUN AS IT APPEARS AFTER ALMOST FIVE MONTHS BOMBARDMENT. The reproductions below of official photographs pnsaed by the French i photograph of a French trench taken n few minutes after a German shell TM Ctf APT. IT PfjR FOOD Government show the destruction done by the treat German guns. Above had wrccKcd it and killed its defenders. To the right is a view of one of 111 UliflUVlA 1 VIA A VW is n view 01 a section 01 inc river irom, me tan, nan aemousnca nuuaina i ino principal streets 01 vuruun, wim standing like gaunt skeletons of their former beauty. To the left is u I Imrricndc of sand ling on the other. British Observer Says People's j Women's Labor Leafrnc Lend- American Finds Housekeeping an Insurmountable Problem...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

6 THE 'SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. 3 SOME NEW BOOKS. i Dante. The beauty of rending Dante Is thnt an is communing with ono of the United State against Mormonlim and at the action of the courts, alt of which would assuredly be unjustifiable If It were merely a matter of rettarlous belief. Borne serious matters In Mor- tmitext minds -f nil times. Just how . mon .h'8tory J' " ver In silence; Refill It I" - Dante through nn Lhl8,dc,t'nce tor them would probably i?.Ledi:.rv Is .in ot.cn nuesllon. P. ' compare the violence and wrong pnnlc. ' Kuow lllm, by Ai.mt 1 V,one t0 M,irmon" w" ,'l one by M Hiiook." (Hohbs. Merrill Co.), Is a 1 tn?' . I iurll of commentary nnd partly L.JJ" ,"",t "'"t lma condemned rfei .Inimtltin. The dlt1lculty Is that . 'rhm" ,nln v,' ,"" rell",on" " I commentary Is wwn Mhruughout 'v d Mohnmmednni In the the -l.fll tcM. so Unit the render I "'l"1"' which was patient enough to go through r. , ,hr rfe lnrtlon nt tne ou " .! tins, after nil. not rrn.l Dante .. ! 1 ,J...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

6 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Public Demand Lags in Stock Trading, but Not Gains Arc Shown at Close. BIG DEDUCTION IN LOANS Firmer Money Is Looked For, While Some Ticdict Bet ter Market Values. NEW YORK 8TOCK EXCHANGE PRICI8. Satummt, Jult 16, 1916. Kid. 4 Aak. I Hi. I Hlghllow- I Mt. ) est. I Cdrsv log. I Net ICThenge. New Influence with sufficient power to becomo market factors were lacking; In the nhort set-don yesterday In the Stock Kxchatigc, the general movement of prices being; governed wholly by the unimportant dealings of an unimportant professional clement. Early effort to attract llr,uldn.tlon failed to bring out lock, while on the other hand A ahort kidding up proceas tlkewlM waa Inef fective In attracting a publlo demand, although In a few luuea emt-lnveit-Rient buying waa reported. To a great extent buslneas represented tradera' evening operations Incident to the end of the week. Rentlment waa mixed re garding the course of price In the c...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULT 16, 1916. EARNING ASSETS OF U.S. BANKS GAIN Uxft Wlthflrftwdi of Gov ernment Deposit Beported by RMerre Boari. TOTAI RE BEEVES DROP $ew York City Warrants Pur chased in Large Quanti ties hy Bank Here B08TQ1T MARKET. i 92?N' ,u" 15 fln ""e I. 2S.t.coppTr to int. Trdlnf was K.fcJ? i "'now. but price generally wero 8i " wh're iJisnges wero noted. Italia wero alS? """changed. Miscellaneous stock wen nrm. ottnunaryi MININfl. Open- tilth- Low- Clot- mi. est. est. liiir. M II H'l ( t ; 5 WAnnKoww Mr leans gaisa m Mtmlnc assets, eaniMmbl wtth jrtwftts of Oorsmment depotlta, only partly offset br fsajs In bank deposit. and a consequent decrsass In total ra lerrci, ar soma of tha salient features of ihe weekly bank atatamant mad puMle to-day br tha Federal flessrvev Board aa at close of business on July U, lMf. Tha fliruraa for July 1 In tha consolidated- statement ara aa at the does of business on that data and differ thertfors from tha flruraa irsm In I ait week's stat...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

0 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. i I V' WAR WORK WEARS ON BRITISH WOMEN They Arc Employed From 12 to 14 Hours, Often on Night Shifts. tptctal Cnrmponitnct to Tim St. London, June 28. Tim hardships un dergone by women of all social grades who are "dolnir their bit" In munition factories, aa well as the precautions .which are belns; taken to preserve tlielr haalth. are desorlbcd In tho Times la a review of the reports of the Health of Munition Workers' Committee. Night work and Ions; hours are two of tha graateat menace to the health of (he woman workers, many of whom were iin aooustomed before the war to any labor are household cares. Night work for women In the textile trade was forbidden by an act passed In 1114, and 1906, at Heme, Great Britain ad the other Powers agreed that night work of any sort waa Inadvisable for women. Only such a catastrophe aa the world war could have restored it In the factories of England. Wesaea Oct Little Sleep. Women workers find considerable dlf fte...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

( p inn pun, ;puwijai, juiji -upwwii- TEXAS TRAVELLER'S POROUS PLASTER yiigs a OomplcnonR Pnrt in the Proceed! ng8 In Ar karmas City. By DAVID A. CURTIS. fjotne'res In the Good Book It says what nil men Is liars, an" I reckon that ain't fur fm bcln' o'reck," said old man Oreenlaw, looking with erldent disapproval nt a stranger mho had been relating a somewhat curious ivrr of what he declared was a recent experience of hla on one of the rtrer boats that paa Arkansas City from time to time. "I wouldn't go so fur 's to aay wtiat jo' all la one on 'em." he continued, "not till a'ter I tits mo' tetter 'quaint d, bat they ain't nothln' into yo"pear anoe what 'd be fiabl fo to make no tody reckon imp an was one t 'd feel lonesome Into a crowd, long o beln' dlff rent frtn th' genl run. If they waa any way o' provln' what yo' aays It mought sound reasonable. Then, again. It mought not." The tranter was a rery brawny man. who looked entirely capable of taking hta own part In any difficulty In...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

AND NBW TOHK PltMS. SUNDAY, JULY 1(1, 1018. atntaral at th Pott Office t Nw Tetk M Second Clstt Mnll Mutter. nberrlptlons by Mall, FeatpaM. PA1LT, Per Month DAILY, Per Year BUN DAT. Per Month BUVr-AY (to Canada), rr Month.... BJ MONDAY, l'r Year JJ, DAILY AND SUNDAY, Vf Ttftf . DAI liY AND BUNDAY. rr Monia... FOUEION HtTII. TJAtt.T. Pr Month SUNDAY, Vtr Month.............." , DAILY AND SUNDAY, I'ar Month... 1 THK EVF.NINfl SUN, l'r Month M TUB EVENINU HUN, I'ar Year...... J W THBEVfc.Nl.NO SUN(Forlgn ,1'ar Mo. 1 M All cheek, money ordar. &, te b Made payable tu Tim Hew. Readtra of Tin Kns leaving town far the summer months can hay th dally ana ftundajr and evening edition delivered to tb.m in any purl or tlila country ot EurW oa tha term staled l:m.2T'"Ii chanced aa ofun aa desired. Order thfouf h nawadeatfr or directly of Publication Ottlc. Talaphona S:oo Usekman, PublUhad dally, Including Sunday, by tha un Prlntlnf and publlahlng Aa.oclaHon at ISO Kaggtu street. In th Horough ...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

SEA All Theories of Scientists Upset by I invasion of Local Waters by Man Eaters Br JOHN WALKER HARRINGTON ITU Inzy fins he swims the ocean ways, this creature of the tropic deeps, and sometimes n victim slays upon the nincr of our northern sens. Bo rare Is his coming that there prevailed UUtt th.it he never killed In Atlantic coast waters north "t Hatteras. That there wns good ground for thl!" feellnp of security Is evidenced by the fnct that scientists Insist that the past fortnight has produced the first authentic cuacs in the." latitudes of human beings having heen actually destroyed by sharks. The fate nf Charles Uruder. the Swiss belllvjy whose le;;s were bitten off while he was In bathing beyond the surf lino nt Spring Lake, and that of Charles rj. Vansant, who was mangled while swimming at Beach Haven by a monster whose glistening Ann were plainly seen, have been widely discussed as ihowlng that the sea wolf lurks ulong the New Jersey shores. One mnn cater might have attacke...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 1, 1916, TEUTONIC BOY 1 y' jjjj Prince Ernest of Lippe and Archduke Francis Joseph of Austria, Famous French Tutor Guy de Bal ignac Tells of the Training of Germany's Future Rulers HUN the boys started In tin: morning fur Dresden, whore daily they attended special cluss with right noble little saxons in ineir own age, tno pilar? guard presented nrnis, tho ofllccr saluted, tho trumpets blew and the three boy primes gravely touched their huts, tholr eyes fixed on tho sol diers, looking tho soldier.-. s-iiiarely in tho oye." Thus thoy were trained up from childhood to dominate men. 'In Hie DreMien study hrfll Ihrlr professors coninitiiided us In the bur racks: 'Sit!' 'Slainl!' 'KjeH front!' 'Break ranks" Tho high horn youth? obeyed llko Jumping Jacks." TIiuh they -cere trained to command, trained to obey One In llio fill nro Km: of S.uoii), Crown Prince George. The two nilion. are lila younger brother, Princes Fredeiio him) Krnest. The speaker wab Guy do llallpmi....

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

, ...... ,, .tt-jv;. v.rt''".!' i-:w!rir-f -v- -:.,tw - - - ,,.., . . , .... , ... f,- EYES ALOFT! STAND BY Saw the Heavens Fill With Com merce, Argosies of Magic Sails. Pilots of the Pur pleTwilight Drop ping Down With Costly Bales By ROBERT 0. SKERRETT. IS the cargo carrying Zeppelin com I tic next? A cable report nays It Ik, nml perhaps people might Just tin well pocket tnelr scepticism, nit t,lit ami prepare to welcome the aerial wondercrnft. The doubting Thomases lift howled over for keeps when the f bo.it Dcutschland poked her nose In throtifth the enpes of the Chesapeake ami without other aid than her beau tifully running Diesel motors, headed dy for llaltlmore at a tidy clip. The transatlantic Zeppelin and the raw carrying airship are no longer merely technical possibilities; they are probabilities Credible reports from abroad bear this statement out. The fact Is the Germans have lately completed and tested a naval super Zpplln, one of a numerous class now under construction...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. - ' BRAVE :.;;. , ... - Organized Shortly Century Proved Its Valor and Faithfulness to Officers on Many a Hard Won Field Br MAJOR FRANK KECK, Formerly of tha 71st Rag iment.N. Y. N. G. and Captain 42d United State Volunteers. HERH Is to the Tenth, the gal lant Tenth, which never falls us whether the busies call amid the cactus of Mexico, the sage brush of Arizona, the chaparral of Cuba; or the palms of the Philippines! One of Its troops the other day met With such courage nnd such cool disci pline the onslaught of a superior forcn of Mexicans nt Carrizal that the press was filled with prnlse of Its conduct. To the military authorities the nets of th dusk) horsemen were no siirpri-. i of ,,, tr(MM,lr pfsejlons of for the Tenth Cavalry, l S. A., la j tho ,,mcPI II1P!,H llf tlr r(.gtment is a famed the world over for dependable (.pirUp.j picture liy Frederic Iteming aervlce. 1 tin, showing l.ieut. Powhatan Clarke Indeed, has the negro ever forgotten j rr...

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. PLAYING DANIEL IN fl The leopard's smile. Capt. Jack Bonavita. Woman Who Tried It Told Her Sex and Lions Are Equally Uncertain and She Found Plenty of Thrills, Although Leo Behaved Well Br JEANNE JUDSON. rOW does It feel to go Into n lion's cage with Bor.nvlta Capt. Jnck Itonavita. who is now showlnc hi trained Hon kt Luna Park. Coney lsland7 On the surface It may not seem es pecially thrilllne. When the perform ance tegtns the llon ranee thrm telves In symmetrical groups on ped estals and do stunts under the urge cf the crack of the trainer's small whip, and It nil n'cnu very simple. The cynical may even say that the lions have bten In captivity fo lone that they are tame; or that they have teen beaten into submission and are half dead with fright. Still the idea of entfrlnc a lion's cace stirs the Imagination. 1 wanted to know what the sensa tion was si one dav last week 1 went I. down to Co soy Island and asked Capt. nor.avita to lei me m mi" n- -....

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

6 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. IRISH JOAN OF ARC COMES TO DEFENCE OF SINN FEIN Blames Redmond's Policy for the Rebellion and Says That England Must Free "Apostles of Liberty" Before Beginning Peace Negotiations at War's End Maud Gonne has been called the Irish Joan of Arc owing to the teal with which she has devoted herself to the Irish cause. After the Boer war she married Major John McBride, who had fought on the side of the Boers. A couple of years later they separated. Major McBride was one of the leaders of the recent Irish revolt and was one of those to be excutcd. T Uy MAUD GONNE. 1110 weariness of Europe, of nou tralH us of belligerents, makes for pence. A fuv more ghast t!"r."r. unit shared their fate, has won for Ireland i tragic dignity ami pre eminence which Miiuil out (lift Inot oven amid the blood mid turmoil mill ('on ly lit entombs perhaps, mid n,fimlon of tlio European conlllot. last census put It ut -1,400,000'. Tho conditions of English rule being tlio same, It...

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