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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 19 July 1916

9 MONEY AND EXCHANGE. iahroat) news. THE SUN, WEDNESDAY,, JULY 19, 1916. CAM MONEY. Jutr 11 Jul' 17 , -'UlJ 10 date Isir lo date . Vse I ended ! jt St. !. JIjr :4, 151. Jolr 33, ni(h. ... .'i ... 1 ... it .. I ... 1 ... JiJ ... : IOW. Ijll. 1 Itut- It. In, new'! J'i .'4 SJi I l't .. 1', .. ii. .. S14 .. 3 .. 35, .. TiMK MONEV Market Hull Kilt das. Ciiir, i ninety days. lvw. four months, t'U'i'.. lit mom hi. 14,411: six months. 4 4l,,r'e Tlic ranae III Iho week ended Jlllr : , WIS, wis m" tor lly tUyn lo aHjct, lor tn months, rsnre In mK , ended July si, 1H. Irom 2 lor inly ilaya lo 4t4V- (or it month: nine In the week ended July a, ml, from lor ity tlays.io tot 1 months. NEW YORK HANK CI.KAKINOS. Tns volume of 1'iiliif transacted Id or Ittrculh .New Vork on .Monday is Indicated liy tbe fact that lank clearings reported rcsterdsy rrtfcr ?" YorltClrtirlne; House totalled tMV tlHH Thl l slrnlflcnt when the flmre In funriml with the dmlly a re rage fur the year In late inn lira dairy" v...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 19 July 1916

10 THE toUN, WNi&lJAY, Ju'ii 19, laid. COTTOlf KABXET. What bullish wathr and eret nsws filled to accomplish In yeiurday" cotton inarxn inp nuying or uctooar oy poi hiisate brought about an advano abovo Jim previous night' clow. Th ar!r mar-k'-'t mi under th nam aort of allln I pressure that developed on Monday, enieny from Wall street source and from local traders who were atlll convinced that the crop hail ni nitrfered any deterioration a n result nf tlif recent storm. I'rlcts nlit off about 6 to 7 polnta under the previous night, and there wa Hill" fee.' turo In the market until the late afternoon, when It won brought under the Influence of rood ipot house buying, nmphasle ' placed upon boll weevil development In Tean and In parts of the central and enat- rn bells. A wire from Palestine said lot ton was late and It was feared that boll weevil would ilamaa;" all such cotton, while report from Columbus, Miss., wer that the crop situation was the worst there aince 1491. In Colum...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 19 July 1916

11 SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY THE SUN. WEDNESDAY, JUIji RICH MEN BUYING FINE APARTMENTS One Vns Nearly $4.75,000 lu liiilili'i for Now 7ltli S !' HoiiNe. ;(, 1 1 K A li ON BHOAUWAY OriKM- nt ill st. St.. liiclutUiiK Apiirtiiienl, Sold to Kii iiiiiikmI Inventor. Further Investment of autplus money In modern, high clam apartments by wfll to ilo New Yorker wii reported yesterday when Douglas I,. Klllman A Co. Aold for Julius Tlshinan A Son.' the new iilnn slory apartment house which they recently finished at 122 Hast Sev-nity-lxth street. Thu house was held by the builder at J475.0OO, and ac cording to the biokers the price paid was close to that llgure. The apart tneot cokm a site S7 fret whin and 101. 1 ft-.-t long The plot bought last October by the Tlshmana through ,l. trtltmiii .inmaiif At V. dm. Mv- ., " r.T ' " " t hiavk 1,irv ilivellliiva viveril lh mt There are twenty-aeven apartment In ) . . th eui.umn luniina irom aix to eigni rooms and hatha and ranting for a total of f IG.SOO a ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 19 July 1916

'iW'V' THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 191. ' 12 Fate Deas Donovan a Knockout Blow Cullop and Caldwell, Yankees' Best Pitchers, Incapacitated YANKEES' STAR PITCHERS JOIN HOSPITAL LIST CuMop Strains Muscle in Side and Will Re Out a Fortnight. CALDWKUS KNEE CAP JS HAD. A' BATTERED When Slim Caldwell limped painfully erf the l'olo Grounds In the ninth Innln of yretcrduy's TlRer-Yankee Kama, after Nick Cullop. star southpaw, had col Inpiod In the lox iieven Innlwrs pre viously nfter wrcnchlnr a muscle In his lite. Hill Donovan smiled. Rill's smile wan like that of a man Hbout to be banned. When a man smiles In such an undesirable predicament lie dors o because he feels he haa absorbed II the puulshtnent fate can deal out, ud defies It to do Its worst Bo It waa with lllil! He laughed In the face of fate, ns much as to say, "Now go and tniu- the entire team, and 'Shafo.' Duke Vnrrell, .loe Kelloy and I will keep the club In first place." Talk about Jinxes following the Olants because they ca...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 19 July 1916

' 1 'f-.',! 'V THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1916. 13 Pros Make Merry at Van Cortlandt Park LinksLow Scores Feature, Many Cards Under 70 Being Returned DOYLE TIES WITH BARNES FOR LEAD AT VAN CORTLANDT Former Irish Champion For sakes Hospltnl to Play In Tournament, ONE ARMED GOLFER MAKES ROUND IN 68 It was pretty easy going for trie, pro fesslonals In the open tourney at Van Cortlandt Park yesterday, and scores j tinder 70 were ao numerous that It was hard to count them. At the top of the llat were James M. Barnes and Patrick , j. Doyle, with acorea of 1S6 apiece for the two rounda. Robert McDonald was third with 1J and Walter Hagen fourth with 140. Although they knew that the aoorea made the first day often are for-1 rotten on the aecond, the foreign bred professionals were more than pleased br the fact that an Kngllahman and an . r' . . ... . ,,,. . Irlihman lU Willi l& oiuiiiiuimi mini, and one of them ventured the assertion h.t if there had been a Welshman In the field he woul...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 19 July 1916

4-f AND NEW TOHK rRKSS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 1918. tiered at the roat 0i " at New Tork M Second Clan Mull Mailer. Subscription, by Mall, 1'nslpald 'DAILY, I'er Mnnlh .0 M , 00 til AO . s so . 8 50 15 . I til na , I 90 ss R.xu.T. Per year IOJNDAV, Per Month lt'NrAY llo Canada), Per Month,. SUNDAY, lr Year .. . . DAIT.Y AND flt-NDA Y, Per Year.. DAILY AND Sl'.VD.XV, Per M'inth. V'ORflllX lttP. DAILY Per Month PUNTiVV. I'er Month ... DAILY AND HUSUAV. I'er Month. Tltf: KVKNINM SPN. Per Mnnlh. Tiff; i:vi;ni.nii SUN. I ff oir AO THK eVlnINU n'uN(Vnrflgn),IVr Mo. I OS All checks, money ordera. ae.. to be made dj ntilf to The Pry. nenden nt Till Sun leaving town for the summer months ran hive the dally ana Sunday and evening edition" delivered to them In any part nf thla country or ;.urnpe en the term, elated ahov". Aijdreaeee changed aa often a. desired. Order throiish rewadealer or directly of Publication omce. Telephone 2Sno Ueekm.in. TuhlUlied dxllr. Incliidlns Sunday h. the ftin Printi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 20 July 1916

P7T VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 324. r YORK, THURSDAY, 1916 . Copyright, 1916, 6y fne 8tin PrlnMnf onrf PubtiM0 .4ocfaHon. In Oreater'-NeW York. I KIssitbsM. Jersey City and Newark. I TWO CUNTS). Showers to-day and to-morrow; north- ml lfe afA .mrrSAammWImkWas .Wt MamTAWAy Jf f ' east to north winds, becoming strong. ai T . 1 wjCaaaaaaaaTTnaaaaaaaavXaaaaUsSSfl V IT HINFVwPlaW AJ 1 Hlhe.t temperature yesterday, 86: loweit,9. V I I L 4aBB(QaaaVaaHaKQaaflE kJ 11 I 11 3-"- mnrlne report on page "lam SKKKBMSMMWMmmf' " mKKMI MOVING TROOPS STIRS EXPERTS Army Men on Border Angered l.v Bunjrlinjr TiansiMtitntion. COL. FORM AX SETS WILSON' EXAMPLE Colonel of Chicago's First Clival' (Jets Pullmans for His 1,20(1. COXGHKSS IXQU1HY IS NOW lMlEDICTKI) U. S. Officers Fear Wilson ami Arc Cautious in Criticisms. fiprri'il Corrrtponimct to Tux Sis. Bkownsuixk, Tex., July 19. Con llder the Joy of a cnvnlry regiment which owns 1,200 pairs of pajamas nnd i Colonel who sees bright roil If any body high or low trim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 20 July 1916

4-4- working ilgiagways through cellars and ruin In sudden rushes by Immblng parties led by daring young officer until only the latt remnant of the garrison was left. J "The men of the Third Prussian Guard . were starving, because alt supplies bad been can off by the never ceasing bar- rare fire of the flrltlh gun. Wllhotil water and "miff erlng the tortures of great thirst, they held nut until human nature could no longer make teeiatance "The officer raised the signal of ur rtnder, and cam over with HO men, who field tlielr hands up, "The fkhtlns had been savage, ts.it now. when nil was ended, the lawt of the Oerman ttarrlson received the hnnoin of war. None of our soldier ileny them the I rttpect due to great courage. I "They stuck splendidly.' wa. the vcr-j diet of one of our men to-day." FRENCH WIN AT VERDUN. Counter atlark on Kast Hank nf ' Mense Gains More tirnund. Paris, July 19 The Krenoh rounter tUck In the Kleury eector. on the rat bank of the .leue, on the Verdun front. W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 20 July 1916

N THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1916. 3 CONFEREES WORK ON MEXICO DETAILS p01k nml Arrcdomlo Frame IMnns for Border To Consult Wilson. KO WITHOKA WWi CHANGE gfrrrtnry Hncljrers's Al- Irircd Statement Was Not Authorized. TViH'NRTv, Julv 13. Further atli- prw I" 'n' preliminary 'fn the inllPrt Stat WttlS HIS SKIN . TO COVER WIFt'S BIBLE Escaped Prisoner From Cam den Jail Leaves Note Giving Body for Disscptlon. fttw Cammsv, N. 3 July 19. George H Thompeon, nho encaped from Ihe Cain 'Icti Jnll Monday evening with Wilton Aehlirlflae after they had iihot anrt killed Keeper leaae Hlbha and wounded Jailer Kill.", left In hi cell the following let- xer ; "To Whom tt ilny Conerrn: "AnhhrldKe ha come to the conclusion that he doesn't want to tny here any longer, and ng 1 don't care much for the Place myhelf, I have decided to go with him. "Now, I understand that In leaving thin place In thla manner I am 'flirting with the undertaker.' Ho I leave this note hehlnd In case euch It the case. in tne e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 20 July 1916

MYSTERY DEEPENS 'COUNT' LYNAR NOW SENATE REFUSES TO 'HUGHES CLAMPS LID 'CITY TO PAY $130 -TLi" .J IN BOSTON TRAGEDY CALCED A FORGER Medical Examiner Unable to Xewburjrh Resident SaR Con DROP ARMOR PLANT ON ROW IN ILLINOIS FOR 34 GENT LAND Toes Lcil by Oliver Routed Itethlchcm'H Offer Is Turned Down. BILL IS NEAR PASSAGE ' la Follctte's Attaek on Press and PrepnredneHS PelnyH Vote. Wammnoton, July 19. After a warm dehnte tt-dny, the inna-rnmnie of the Art . ministration, aa outlined In the navy appropriation hill, wn approved by the Senate. Hy n vote of M to 17 the 8ennle re fused to strike out the authorliatlon fur n Oovernment armor plate plant. Sefiator Oliver of Pennsylvania fol lowed hla (lrit motion with another ell rectlnir the Secretary of the Navy to negotiate with the private manufacturer of armor plate with a view to entering Into an a-reement, such as that pro posed hy the Hethlt-hem Steel Company, to supply the Oovernment with armor , plate for an Indefinite period at a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 20 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1916. 5 COACHING REVIVAL URGED AT NEWPORT flesfrfpnts Tlecnll Old Dnys When Anoint Uclinont Prlvrs Four-ln-Ilnnd. VtwronT. July 19. Since Auguat Bel-, "Ishop, clniiKhter of Mr. and Mrs. Con front appeared recently In lleltevue ave- ndt Itlnhnp, has liecn barred from bath- " 1.1. fiir.ln.linllfl annie iuh.... Illl In t.ako M II h k f tl a n hv I be halh. Mve iintcd the revival of coachtnir I trades 'Inny summer resident still cn v.u'l"r., though they do not use I Ihtm . ., nn e -I this evening and Cant 1 mRi vvmnial d i,r t ie battleshll UciliVn Knve ,IU,t.or aboard his Michigan. Knve a n n icr ', '.Tm ,. (icorce II de rarest ! have sr-- lid Mrs. ncorcc i. uc ruresi nnvr sr- i '"u,, . u..hi. i.v. rri.j I,.,- p oi i"IM :r " ',, , i . . ' ""' f! M Shea of Boston, who List season M , co;t..Ke here lll spend the eek , erd l X' "" tMMoorr' , Mrs. WlMi.im K. erner and Mr. and Mrs. V, H riroKn arrived at Hill Top . tr nnri MP llllnm V. Wtiltn. I inn. Mr. stm sirs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 20 July 1916

I I i! THE WEATHER TO-DAY AND Steamship Arrivals and Departures Outgoing Foreign Mails The Fire Record. THE WEATHER. Tt eastern New York, partly cloudy eday, showers In nnlh portion I to-morrow, showers I northeast lo north winds, Increasing and becoming strong to-day, For northern New F.n(land, partly cloudy to-day; to-morrow, showers; moder ate shifting winds, becoming northeast. For southern New F.nstan.t, Increasing cloudiness to-day; shower hy night; to morrow, ahnners; Increasing northeast winds, becoming strong by nlfht. For New Jersey, showers tn-day; to morrow, fair; northeast to north winds, becoming strong. For western NewJort, local thunder howers to-day, or to-night, somewhat cooler! to-morrow, fair; moderate south and southwest lnds ... NEW YOKK, July 20. The hurricane which moveil north (rom the Ironies won central )esterday east nf the North earn. Una, coast, showing considerable encrBV. causing high northeasterly winds on the coast south of New Jersey and Increaslrs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 20 July 1916

P SERUM BEING TRIED IN CHILD PLAGUE feo Karly for Result", but Dr. Floxnor Is Fanilllr With Treatment. PAY'S DEATH LIST .TUMI'S BeaehM 30, With 142 New Cases New Manhattan Districts Affected. Another Increase was shown yeater 4ty In the number of victims of the In tuitu paralysis epidemic. The addi tional children afflicted numbered 142, at of whom lived with a carctiiker nt tU Fifth avenue, between Sixty-eighth and .Sixty-ninth streets. Thirty children died. The total of deaths for the present week Is greater than for the corresponding four days of Uit neck, though the new cases are ftwrr than In the similar period of last week. I)frlte the fact that the number of new cares and deaths ha been Increas , tnar since Sunday the Health Commis sioner, Dr. Haven Kmcraon, continued optimistic. He pointed to the eighty-two adJIti0n.1l cases reported In llrooklyn, Hilml eighty-three on the previous day, as evidence of his belief that the epidemic Is under control In llrooklyn. The big Increa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 20 July 1916

WW? i i.-v A: v. .'' r,,v.i,j THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1916. i J :i it JOOears of Cornme: rcial,Banldn THE BANK- of the Ciry of New York Capital & Surplus, $5,000,000 Resources, - $80,000,000 Ostrfrr MemberN.Y.Cletring Houtt Member Fedtral Reserve Bank United Stattt Depotitory 192 Broadway Cor. Jolm St. nn INCHES Grerw!elt nml Warren St. Bowery nnd Grand St. 345 Grnntl St. Fifth Avenue und 14th St. Ninth Avcnun and Mth St. Fifth Avenue- nnil ?.0th St. 2 Went 33rd Street 57th Str.t nnd Third Ave. 86th Street at Second Am Broadway nnd 101th Street Lenox Axcnue and 116th St. 125th St. nnd Lexington Ave. Wt Incite Your Account SPECIALTIES GAIN IN STOCK MARKET Kcninlndw of Issues Drill, Public Continuing: to Show Littlo Interest. 1WXT) SALES INCREASE Optimism in Iron nnd Steel Trade French Loan Sub scriptions Gratifying. ft" 3" sou 73 f.:iV! " r. - a . 1 r. ? ' lost, liniij r.ii'i Mis lasM, ia:it4. r- O First Mortgage Bonds of tho Empire District Electric Co. There 1h n conrprvntl...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 20 July 1916

m , ' THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 26; 1916. MONEY AND EXCIAMQ1. C.ll.l. MONEY. Mr JJ juiy t J,J; to dale Yrsf If d'tr ak rndcd Jolt M, 1 Mr :. i JnlV . IHJ TIMK JIONKV nuii. .. SH .. 4 . 4 .. t . Low. Laat. 3 14 : (ii Hal' fU Int. new't 34 st IS .. .. 1"35 :: 24 .. 1AH10AO xxws. -Market dull. RlUt data. ninety n.is. lour momna. Wain nve months. ('(IHl: tlx months. tan... The rsngo In the week ended July it fn was 2Vc lr eixiy day. to (JiT for I t month" range in week ended July SI. ijii from :Sr lor sixty days to U lor it months, range In the week ended July 24, til. Iroti a'ttfCr tor sixty days to 6,0r. for tlx months I'll TII1UNPI1Y New York hanks lost to trie Sub Trentiry H.Im.ko: Ion alnee laat iMHat II? I"' 114NK ACCEPTANCES -:si2. for ellgl 11, Milt 1til3"t1 lor Ihcllalble bill. KV YIIIIK HANK CLEARINGS. The t-oltime of bualtics4j transacted In or ..,,.(. s York o:i Tuesday la Indicated by lie fart that hsnk clcarlnga reported reaterday I brllir Se Vork Cleirlng Ifouae totalled (4...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 20 July 1916

K itf THiJi OUl,. lUwitJy., ' OSJi -0, XUi.0. , 17 Bwtyi au O0TT0W XAIXEI. r - . From bull itindpolnt th otttea mar km nat dlsappolntlnt ystsray, It M tlont clearly rflctlnf a disposition by most trdrs to regard th rent un favorable crop nw at ii;rat4, particularly In th itrrn ptn of th belt After opening steady, with prtcet L point lower to 2 points higher, th mar- worked up to 4 points abov th previous night on further buylnt by root houses, chiefly October, but met free sell Int on all hard spots, and In the. early afternoon became distinctly unsettled, with a decline of from to II point under ' iTuesdny's close. Although the weekly weather report ad. milted fewer favorabla condltlnnt In the r Central and Eastern States, It wae far from being as eeneatlonal at hulls had i been expecting, while It reference- to the ' Texas ami Oklahoma crops was as favor able as In fully offset any shortcomings In other section. It referred also to less activity of the boll weevil In Texas. Anions...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 20 July 1916

WESTERN UNION AND EQUITABLE IN DEALS Former Artils to Broadway Holdings: Latter Huys :i to 7 Wall Street. $130.(100 DWELLING sale llnycr Found for Fine East side Hotiso Apartment Mayors Named., I.ar?i .mil small transactions through eut tlie city Rave yesterday's real estate rn.irkc' mi unusually active tone for this oo.ooii of the year. In the down town district tho purchniie of another rriPirty by the Western Union Tele graph Company adjoining Its present hoMIng on llroudwiiy and the sale by foreclosum auction of the Smith llulld Ivg on Wall street were most Interesting features. The Western t'nlon purchase makes that company nr at least Its subsidiary, tho l?5 Uroadway Corporation, owner of the entile block front on the west tide cf tlruadivay from Hey to Pulton street ciuvnt for the Immediate Fulton street corner, .1 little building on lot 17.J 1SC.10 occupied by Oenedlct the Jewel ler. In other words the company now owns Its hirpe new ctructuro at tho northwest comer of Uroadwa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 20 July 1916

THE SUM, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1918. To-morrow Is Lively to See Herzog Again -a Giant Yanks Win Two But Lose High-Superbas Beaten Twice ,12 NEW YORK Un INSIDE TRACK IN BIG DICKER Giants Alone Offer What I Cincinnati Wants fur Buck Herzog. EBBKTS WILLING TO V l TIT WITH 1 1!T Ml 11 1 High, the little midget, who was leading 1AHI HI 111 a 1111 IlhH,lhf (Mm at ,,nt nnd wnll pyl,1r , 1 best bull of his career. Joined (lllhooley, H IMMUL. I Charley Herzog Is Mill n Ited, hut It I Won't be very long before he will ng.ilu be a Olant. In addition to the New York club, the Brooklyn, Boston, Chi cago and rittsburg outfits are hot on the trail of the star Inflel.ler. but It's dollars to doughnuts that the (Hants will land the prize. New York Is the only club which of. lrs just what Cincinnati wants n good tnflelder, a fast outfielder and a man ager Bill McKechnle, Kddle Itnush nnd Matty. Few of the other bidders want 10 give up any good players, and If Cin cinnati ever let Herzog go In n purely f...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 20 July 1916

Selling Race War Results in Fines For Two Horsemen and Charges Against Official of the Jockey Club J BARNES IS FIRST IN GOLF TOURNEY ON PUBLIC LINKS IROLITA SAILS TO AN EASY VICTORY The Sun-Press Racing Chart TWO RECORDS FALL ' AT DUDTDC MTV ni umrinu un i ! Dofonts Schooners His Shut of 27(5 Is Lowest j Evor Miirlp in n Big font petition. lOVIXfi AND DOWLTNO TIE KOFI SKCOX1) PLAfK KatHna and Miladi in Larehniont Kejratta. VENTURA ALSO VICTOR for the first time sine. Larehmonl week started, the- Corlnthlana who are Inking; part I ft the big Long Island Pound fixture hud a itood day's sport r,.,e rather et.aky fourth round ' J"!"'!85'- T!" hv "nr,h h h. -k . after keeping under hT jn In 'he 'hree round. James M. best, hut It wi strong enough to per- KM PI HP. 1'ITV, Jnl 111. Seventh tla of the stammer mrr Inar of he Kmplre Vity Rni'lnar Aa.ni'latlnni Teeather Henri track faat. nus riiisr hale two- ear-nine, selling rive and nan jurjoiwe rurae. . v"lf added. Time. At post, 2 3S Oft, 2...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 20 July 1916

14 THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1916. AND NW TOMK PHKSS. THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1018. Bntsrad at the post offlr Hi New York M Second Class Mall Matter. Subscriptions tr Mall, foatpaltl. DAtt.Y, I'er Month M DAILY. Per Year I SUNDAY, I'er Month tS SUNDAY (to Crniiilil, I'er Month,... 50 SUNDAY, Par Year M DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Year,... t IM DAILY AND SUNDAY, I'er Month... IS Knaraos Rite. DAILY, Per Month 1 U SUNDAY, IVr Month DAILY AND SUNDAY, I'er Month... 1 10 TUB KVKNINO SUN, Pr Month t THE KVKNINO SUN, Par Vnt t M THE EVENINO SL'NForelin),Per Mo. 1 All checks. mnny order. Ac, to be made payable to Tim 8cs. Headers nf Tin Br. leaving town for th summer month" ran have tht dally and Sunday anil evening editions delivered to Ihem In any part of th la rountry or Kurope on the term stated above. Address! changed aa often aa desired. Order through newsdealer nr directly nf Publication Office. Telephone SHOO Ueekman. Published dail. Including Sunday, by th Sun Printing and Publishing Associ...

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