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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. WASTE Not to Be Understood by Immature Minds, Says Dean Balliet, Who Proposes Substitutes to Fit Citizens of To-morrow for Problems They Must Face y f VCH discussion aroused by the i. i fir Thnm.i ha been utterance of Pr. Thoma M. Balllcf, Own of the School of ldagogy. New Yrk t"niver.ity. at the recent meet ft of the National Education Aso riallen to the effect that It was a vustf of lime to study the Constitu te of the 1'nlted State. Tin Sirs therefore asked him for a further ex cess i -f hi view on the ubct. nd he v unseated to give hi opinion in rn re detail. I c--nider trr study of the Con ftltutin a sheer wJlf of time for the pup.l tnP school, especially i.f the high school," said rr. Kxlllet. ' "Who understand the Constitution? It is a law In wmt of the Southern .-tatr that a man In order to vot mu.t be able to read and write and t.tci t i explain 1! When It come to n explanation of the Constitution r.early any wouid-bc voter could he d.sQua'.i...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

1 8 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. ONE BRIGHT SPOT IN THE DARK WORLD OF PRISONS HEtjmN0i!?BKi9ia5ai iiaiaHliaiBBiaiVBaH9Y 'iMHPflBI iaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiBaaaaarCdjBaaaaTsBaaXVBV HBiVjBH saTJaTJaaWMKEirasg A'jWMgiWMwgBllWZMmiMaiMgBMMWMMriiaig J KZ-'"xM f Jti SBH "M Making better men of convicts at Great Meadows. Mrs. Booth Has Found It at Great Meadows, Where Mr. Collins Started the First Prison Reforms for This State Fifteen Years Ago B7 MAUDE BALL1NGTON BOOTH Faoadar Volunteer Priton League. SOME time ago at tho request of The 8un I wrote a menage to the public on prison conditions In New York State. I took occa sion to point out Home of the difficul ties and handicaps with which our prison people had had to contend in re form work. Since that time much has been written by others concerning the black apota and existing evils in our prison conditions. I want to write something concerning one of the bright apota and what has beca accomplished. It la an achievement which reflects...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

THE KING OF Graciously Explains cusses the. Aristocracy of Pedlerdom, With Some Side lights on Cops, Peep-ohs and Cappers i SUHSTA.ntiaij citizen la on his way down Nassau street and Is In a bis; hurry. Muit make wall Street on the dot of A o'clock or miss a mignty tmpor tint business appointment. At Pulton itreet he Ands the sidewalk Impass ible. A novelty faker has drawn a crowd that block the way. The sub ftantlal citizen loses his temper, surts to cross the street, slackens his pace to get a glimpse of whut really Is the Attraction, and Anally atops. looks. listens. It takes Just Ave scc- - . i- . . ends to cnarm mm. lie noes not Keep hli appointment. It's R. H. Knight, the trousers rtrrtcher man, who is tne lurer. He's known all over' the country. He has Ui reputation of being; able to sell his stretchers to bare legged natives along; the equator. He can plant his stock of stretchers utul draw a crowd tt 100 within flvo minutes. He uses a pair of trousers to demon strate his wa...

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

v . ........... - - 10 5 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. NEWS AND COMMENT IN THE WORLD OF ART THU pio-cnl vogue of Malhonc' 1 1. ntliigs makes especially In t testing the !lii:il! poltruit of lilm acquired other ilny by tho Metropolitan Mm cum .if rt Aincr Iran rmleotoi'i .f inluUnuic" are now hrt1 searching for specimens of lil.i wot Ic. Ill I'lovtil-'im lucre iiio per haps mote specimens r his p tinting t tin ti c.i.ovv lute mid It Is (imposed to form a special utility theie In his honor Mulhotii was a native of New )ort, whore In was born In 1777. Con "irnlng tho self-portrait Just placed on view It Is said that ni'tliwithstiind inir the suavity of the picture there l u certain Inexperience f-ho un In the Iininlllng of the material, an would In expected In one who, with a rcmark nble skill In one branch of palatine, makes un essay In a illlTiieiit nieilluin. Portrait of the late James J. To a dsree It ha the look of belllK n nilnla'nre enlarged, the dravvlnp hav ing Jam about the...

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Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

11 A NEW YORK NIGHT'S ENTERTAINMENT The Story of the Benevolent Mr. Wons ' 5 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. ACH1NK.SB talo In a Chinese set ting. Yet thoro Is nothing es sentially Chlneso about the estimable, Shantung restaurant In yew York's Chinatown. With Its inlaid tables and Its glided walls It might exist prosperously as a repre irritation of nny gorgeous (and bar baric) environment. Or, at least, ao remarked John (Halve, as he sat de vouring putative Chinese dishes In company with his old friend Stanbor ciuh. Why did you bring me here?" he demanded reproachfully. MiSbLKiKlsKjKEaK A dignified sign "You hutvc been in Cathay so long , that I thought it lie-t t accustom nu gradually to our Western clvillxa- 1 tlon," Stoliborongh answered Idly. I "Tim tramtfUon from Shanghai lunch j counters fc they have lunch conn- trs? to Delmonico's might be too . Jhrupt. Afar having lived In China j 'or so many years you mu-t accustom I vourslf to jood food gradually. ' "Well, Joktng aside, I...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 16 July 1916

12 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 16, 1916. THINGS LOST AND FOUND IN THE LINING OF NEW YORK A By JANE DIXON. MAN with a brain thai works faster than a machine sun uske.l me the ntlipr evening why 1 illd not write u story About the "lining of New York." I told him 1 huil no Idea what lie "leant. But It cntimlcil Interesting. I as--tured him that If It was anything "nearly ns good an It sounded t cer tainty wouKI take his tip. Then lie. told me. The lining of New York, It feemn. In the underworld. ' lnlnr Is something which we know ," we seldom see. It l not Visible from the outside. The under world Ih Just like that. We know it .! all around and about us, but If wc 'M lucky we never Ret a look In, past th HwinRlnK doors tin Ret their tub of five cent beer with n, franknea admitting of no blushes. The scoop Joint Is to the llowcry what the glided cafe Is to Broadway. "Perhaps you will tell me," I per sisted, "what l the Tenderloin?" Again Mr. O'Karrell assumed a troubled look, the while massag...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 17 July 1916

If T-.E WEATHER FORECAST. Partly cloudy and cooler to-day, with showers to-night or to-morrow. Hiihett temperature yesterday, 765 lowe.t, 6a. Detailed weather, mall and marine report on pane . IT SHINES FOP. ALL .VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 321. NEW YORK, MONDAY, JULY 17, 1916. Copyright, 191. by the Sun Printing and Publlthlng Association, AMP PCMT ' "realee New Vnrk UINUl LiEjIN 1 Jm rile anil Nettarl Kl.enhere. Jersey ritr and Newark. I TWO (T.NT.t. CONVICTS TURN ALLIES BATTER I e 'if OUT IN ROAD TO GREET OSBORNE Unwanted Men Kscort j Warden Back to Sing Sinjr Prison. DOCTOR OF Ht MANITY, DEGREE THKY CONFER Forty-one workmen. most of them In their .thlrtle? hut here nnd there a man , a bit gray haired now. who once were thieve and forger and een gunmen who had ihot to kill, came shinty or In . little group into the tJrand Central Sta tion ahortly after the nnon hour ye.ter- day and due It in each out of their i Wtfe for a return ticket to Sine Sinn. They had (tune to Sing Sing befme, tUt h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 17 July 1916

THE SUN, MONDAY, JtfLY 17, 1916. til'd forward nur the shell pll'r-l till nf I In- irrollnd i-elltl gained Sol tier who luvr- tlil.i tush in Ii.iimI nn 'Hi In the rear the suppll .. mitl Inn b mum magic disappear lulu the iu Hi up under cm it anil leappc.ir where n'achlnc rum rattles against iti.nhltte Rim .mil pcijplrliiK r-uldlrr, their throats Parched Willi dust, iirp digging unit 0111111?. Still another tnhU, grledy and biiIuoii. falls ti tin- victor. It Ik bur lug the dead. i"frlcern estimate tliHt there are ' I.'IOO ilruil In tin- niii.tll TrntH'H Wood alone, while llif Itjt I mim are thick In the line of tn-iii-licn tal.en un l-'rlil.iy mul tin Itville WihmI mid llelds hc.votid, lip In Hie new British line. A Huff ofllcer. eticaUliig of the tc.ulln of the nlllctl or frtwlvr fn far. earn" . I "Wlnlu In lir Herman offensive Ml Vi-nlun the wiivi-h iif attack always re riled IHVitifc . large vart of the po-d- , "tlons gained In the hands of llif Kreru-li, when Itiry illil nut alt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 17 July 1916

47TH NOT TO GO TO MEXICAN BORDER Ktol. Inntiick.v's ItegimiMit llnstNot Cheeked Equipment. BTATK (JI'OTA COMPLETE (First Motor lint (pry Also to Koinnin nt Home, Having No Army Complement. the l-'orty-KovenUi Npw Yurk liif.mlri' incinicil nt IVrkaklll, will nut Im tdril to tho Mexlrati border. Tlil. II VM Imrtiril UiMcrilHy, ha tiron rlof lnltly decided. Thcro nie two prlncl ?Ptl r"aonn for till derlHon. One Is the f!,,1"',, 1,1 chccklM up the equip. I",""1"1 renimeiu nntl comparing It -...I lum.uiH originally Moolved. nd file other nrlnen from the fact Hint New Tork State's quota of mllltla, with the xt-eptlon of three dmall uiiltn. hag al roy Rone or in en rout in I.,,. I . "nfSln' trouble In tho equipment I problem of the Hrooklyn rcirlment con cern. It li eald. the. neglect to take aqule itieana to check up and account for the equipment. Col. .lannlcky ti not JUmed personally for thin state of af ralra. Adjt.-drn Rtotubtiry, however, will continue h! Inveatlrntlon until tho hnle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 17 July 1916

'4 ft MANY CITY SALARY ; CHANGES PROPOSED t Bnrean of Standards liocom j. mends More Pny for Police ( Dcpni'tmcnt Hrnd. faoULD CI T PAHK TOTAL !V Board of Election t'oiiunis toners Too Large Pulilic Hearings IMiiiini'il. 'Many change In ealarle of hcndu of ejty departments are recommended In a report on the salaries of nil rltv em ployee prepared by the Rureitu of Htaml arda nnd published bv the committee on salaries and gradca of die llo.inl of Inti mate, of which Mayor Mltchcl. Comp troller Trendemnst and llorougli I'rel dent round of Brooklyn nre member!'. Public .hearing will be held on the pro posals. Four' department -rollce. Health. Dock and Ferrle nnd Charities are deemed so exacting that their head hould be better paid. The report recommends $9,000 n year Instead of fT.fOO for Commissioners Woods, Kmer on, R. A. C. Smith and Kingsbury, tftoufh the abolition of one $5,000 deputyshlp In the Charities Department it recommended. On lha other hand, the report recom mends that th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 17 July 1916

THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 17, 1916. CONVICTS TURN OUT IN ROAD TO GREET OSBORNE I rtntMMiirrf rum A'(rf( I'nrrr. Welly Hurler n grnnt Iuhmit HlrolrhH across tho rnml v. hlch i-ntil : MTI.I-.NH!! I Tom Itrnwii Im In AriiIii l.lfrr. In I nn mill (Jutina, Icoicn ll.iu kill- In li t. I ml. white ,m, fcltie 'lnif hiiiI lull ln-nvrr h.it hi) tli ny. TlH'ii i.iiiii- two ni,. ,r .Miiin.il Wrllnre l.-.'iiitiTs wnllomr x iilirf.ni. nil matlfHK unit wi'iiiltiir Minimcn i-lilrtK of miiIimh imtteiny with the drrm nml uhli.. h.ulno nf the I. .mm- hii their lireiil? cr.iy Iiiiiimmm iiiiiI k.tiIm 5? ? !"n! 'V Mr. Osborne march tnrnURh the prlsoti sate. Anil from int moment on until quiet aotllrn on me jnid for the niH-criiin.-iklnit Wiinlin (lioriie wnlkf.l lirtwi-on lunos of men who rhevn-il until they w,.ro lionise. hiiiiy (.i(.,. which ilnulitlcn r.nncil 'oininctit luxiilr Hi,, tlo.ith limine fifty .J in ile. from Hi,. Kiitf. Ami thin nil that hn, Knc w(rr, .,, Men to hr hut a mere lutioiliirtlon to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 17 July 1916

' 1 i THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 17, 1916. 6 TV MERCHANTS FAVOR FREE U.S. PORT PLAN Assoeinlion Indorsi's Kt'soln t ion for Commission to Consider I'l'olilcm. WOl'Ll) AIM INLAND FM...IS Li-tlr to Hep. lTiillMTt 'h of Advnnlimcs in KimIihtiI Cot of Slorhiir. WANTS DELAY ON WEST 5IDE. I'ulilU- scrv In- I tint II ii If I r(;p tul r of (ViHriit Itniiil A,ri--inriil Tim lii'liliili- fur .Public .Service tlmiiiKh Vllll..in II Allen. illMvtor, lias (Hi n Icll.r In Norman IIiipkihiiI, chilli- ill, lit of tin cnnitii tiro of III". akllltt: I ho oininltti'i' n "yiiniiMir for the present fii'lon reform nilmlnisti.itl..n" In it"' lis Inlliicnro tn iMiiicivi. tin. nieliim; tl rmiKh of (hi. West Hide Improvi'itn nl aKti'etnoiit by tlir lloanl of 1 : t If 1 1:1 1- nnd Apportion inoni on .lull '.'7 mid to nlitaln iiniilt' loin' for public .lliily of the project nil' in-diiuto tiliiiiitt ifii reasons wny at'lliii now "would Id' ii-oi'l)it(tti- mill nil- tlllcill til pllllllr pnlk'V,' OIH' Of VVllll'll M ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 17 July 1916

'i , .Z''.Z f--- BRANDEIS, OPPOSED, TO JEWISH UNITY Conference Here After Acrid Debate Votes for the Race Belief Congress. TO BE HELD THIS YEAR Dr. Htgnci Assails the Jus tice Philadelphia Com mlttee Is Criticised. uprsme Court Justice Louli 1). Branded found many opponent nmonic th tOO Jewish delegates to the confer ence at the Hotel Astor yesterday when he took the floor to urne them to Join the Congress Ontanltatlon Society, which he represented. These delegates, representing I.nnO.OOft Jews and culled together by twenty-six national organltatlonr, headed hy the American Jew-lsii Committee, didn't taho kindly at first to Mr, Hrandeis'a Invita tion. For montht opposed to the Con gress Organliatlon Society, which wns fostered at n meeting In I'lillndclphla, they wrangled over their differences. One of tltem was accused of lecturing Justice Brandels and another. ex-Judge Mayer Suliberger of Philadelphia, got up and left the conference In a huff They finally adopted n resolution, how...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 17 July 1916

THE SUN, MONDAY JULY 17, 1916. Proposed Changes in the Income Tax For the information of in dividual subject to the In come Tax, we have prepared a pamphlet outlining simply and concisely the proposed increase in the Federal In come Tax Law. Appreciating the probable effect of a heavier Income Tax upon certain classes of bonds, we include in the pamphlet a list of securities which we recommend for investment at this time. StnJ far Pamphttt AD.22. N.W.Halsey&Co 49 Wall Street, New York Philadelphia Chicago fan tVnnrlseo Baton tlnlllni'irn (lev cloud RCVISED TO DATE U financial statements of OU CbmDanlaa for HIS. to. frtfcsr with other Important Infor- HMa NfMBif theie companleg and tk tanaral atl taduatrr. 14th EDITION Paacilptive Booklet on CARLHFORZHEIMF R&CO. leva la Itaadara Oil HevOrltlee. I aata-l-a-M Breed. II Btoed SU. N. X, II Established 1873 Wf OBEY&KIRX 25 Broad St, Sew lork II HtwwsN.Y.STocK Exchange WILL DEAL IN: Am. Typefounders Com. Barnhart Bros. & Sp...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 17 July 1916

THE SUN, MONDAY. JULY 17, 1916. Investment Questions and Answers This column appear ench Monday, Thursday and Saturday Headers mny nak on many questions us thev liw .i,, ie.....i..,. ...v,i... but Pleas do not ask about a half dor.en ! iSSS, In i one Utt " as U add. uanecewnrlly to the clerical work of this cilice. Vo not sent? money This seivlco to tf. Be sure to give your address a wall as ywMbSlmMlnMll re answered by mall. All correspondence Is held as r'nndanU WtW Tork'cly commun,callon" 10 Wnanclal Kdltor, The Hun, 60 Broad street. National Railway nf Mrin. M. A, L ilrooklvn An a holder nf a etxable block of I ho prior lien b null ut th National Hallways t,f Mexico 1 rtmilit Ilka to Inquire whether In your opinion firotpeoti In Mexico warrant my continuing 6 hoi 4 these bonds nr selling them at a Iota? I had hoped until rerontly ilmi matt.r down there would clear up, but 1 am becoming more discouraged each clay Definite announcement that a loan would ha matte to the Mexican do ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 17 July 1916

1 4ft',.,,,.-wV THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 17, 1916. Acquisition of Herzog and Sallee Arouses New Hope in Breasts of Giant RootersRobins in Fighting Mood TENNEY'S BRAVES ARE OVERWHELMED GIANTS INSIST Crippled Yanks Will GIANTS WEAK WITH MAGE: CARDS WIN BUNCHED BINGLES WIN FOR SENATORS Robins Engage Cubs in Sensational Battle Have Difficult Sailing REDS GIVE UP WADE K1LL1FER Herrmann Not Sure Direc tors Will Sanction That Part of Deal. HATTY-HEHZOG END PRACTICALLY OFFICIAL , It? DAMEL. Whatever hitch still exists In th big tltaj Whereby Christy Mathewson Is to btcome manager of tha Cincinnati club nnd Charley llerr.og Is Hgaln to play With th Qlants, Is built about Wade Kllllfer, the outfielder. It waa learned yesterday that Harry Hempstead Insisted that th Reds give IIB Kllllfni. lint fhnt ftarrv Herrmann was Just as obdurate In his resolve that j th Giants nrcept Kenneth William. The latter Is nt prsnt playing with Ppoksne In the Northwestern League, a club controlled by Cincinnati. The...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 17 July 1916

11 THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 17, 1916. Professional Golfers Will Have Their Innings at Van Cortlandt This WeekTennis Stars in Action To-day HALL BEATS BINZEN IN STRAIGHT SETS Youngster Worn Down li.v More Mntnro Rival in Tour ney nt (.Yrtiirlnirsl. JOHNSTON' OI'K TO-DAY . Thoai who Journeyed nut tn Cedar-, ra.. 1. t.. yesterday ... ... divers ten I nta champion" In nrtlon In the Invitation 1 tournament of the ttni'knwny Hunting I Cub war. more or less d.sappolnte,. , Thire waa marked paucity of compe- tlllen. Only two matches were contested, Walter Morrill Hull defeated l.Illott Blnien, 119, t. tn thn nther match Charles U. Johnaton. Jr., who nit a hUi- , dant at Amlierat some years a (to held tha Naw Kngland Intercollegiate title provad altogether too experienced for Ban lettaon, a youngster from Da Witt ' Ollnton High School, Johnston won at I. 61. Hall played tils best tennis of tha year I MtiMt tilnzen. who forced the veteran tt marshal all hi force of power mid i cunning. Tha Kordh...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 17 July 1916

imh Kb AND NKW VOKK CHESS. MONDAY. .It't.Y 17, WW. atered aMhr I'n.tomce 'u v,,,k a -.- ' - Sulnrrlptlnns I.) .Mall. Postpaid DAILY. IVr Mnnth DAII.1. IVr Year . M'S'tiAV. l'r Month . . fUNDAY i in Canadai, Per Month M'XHAV, IV- Year DAILY ANI SPNIIAY, Per Vfr. HAILV A.VH M SPAl. Per Month. Ponri'iN ltvtt. DAILY l"r Month SUNDAY. I'r Month DAILY AM) M NUAY. IVr Mnnth 00 I . tt 1 .Ml 1ft . I M HA 1 1 Ml IS i . J 3(1 . I OS j to be 1 THi: K KNINrt STN. Per Month TUB lIVKNINIi SUN. IVr Year All chik. tnniiev order. Al tnad pi)iMe to Tun Ra1r of Tim Sis leaving tow n for the fummer month" can have th ilallv ami fundav nml evening edition delivered tn them In any prt of thl .ountrv or t-.urope en thr trm tinted above. Addrene. changed a oftn a d-lrod Ordr thr.mfh r,i Meatcr nr dlrectl of Publication Ornc Telephone 35on iknian. ruhllehed dal,). Including Sundaj, by the Hun rrlntlng and Publishing Association t lf.0 Nmiiu Mreet, In the ll'irmigh of Man hattan. New Vrk. I'reeMent. frank A. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 18 July 1916

the Weather forecast. Partly cloudy to-day and to-morrowi moderate winds. Highest temperature yesterday, loweit, 68. Detailed w eather, man and marine report on page 10. VOL. LXXXIIL NO. 322. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1916. Copyright, lilt, by the Sun Printing and Publishing Asioctntlon. AMP rVShl''' 'n (irrsdet New Vnrk. 1 Fisewhcr, KJLHEJ KjEJiy I Jermt City ami Newark, f TWO CENTS. lTOK ALL " DR. DARLINGTON REPORTS GUARD HEALTH IS SAFE Solids Hack Word From Bolder That Militiamen Arc Protected. SKKS TUOFSAXns AT KOKT SA3I HOUSTON Great Praise tor Work of .Medical Corps After Hod Tape Was Cut. i Siiijf Corrmfoiulent uf This SttN. I : A.nti'NHi, Tex., July 17. If the i San A.nti'NHi, Tex., July 17. If the i wives and motner of 50,000 young rn, Atlantic shallows nnd Inlet that guardsmen troop along the border are j never before have been frequented by troubled by a single iloubt regarding the,'1'"" 1 accounted for ! skippers who t io, health of their boya or apprehen-, have seen h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 18 July 1916

Biatte progress last night went of Kleury, espturlug thrcij machine kiiiih. Two hundred Hermans have been taken prls eneis In this sector In the encounters of the pant two days. Vho Oermnti ar tillery continues the bombardment of the French position In the region of the Fort do Nnuvlllc. On the west hank there was heavy fine file hint night, but no Infuntry at tack win1 made. llotl weather has Interfered with the operations on the Komme anil the larger part of the test of the front. A Herman recommit I uik iletacluiK'iit iipproaehcd the French linen In front of Moulin-sous-Toiitvent, between the olse ami the AIhiio, Isst nluht. hut was dispersed by th French (Ire. Two (ierman attacks preceded by artillery piepar.itlon wele made Lis: night In the region 01 nam, southeast of Voincny, In Lorraine, lioth Wcro repulKcil, CRAWL IN TO DIE. Thrllllim Slorlre of Hitter Klttht , In Mi met Wnnde. pedal rahlt llttpatch In Tnr 3l n. laiNPON, July IS.--The correspondent Of the Dally Vht nntclr at...

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