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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 21 July 1916

i J s ---.. , 's.-V'..''''V-''' EATHER FORECAST. O Showers to-day; to-morrow fair: itrone """"' lu iionnweat winds. Highest tempgrature yesterday, Bo; lowest, So. Detailed weather, mall and marine reports on page 10. SHINES FOPs, ALL VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 325. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1916. Copyright, 1910, tu the Sun 1'rtiitiug and Publishing Association, ONE CENT In flrenter Ner York. I Klsenlicrr, Jereer City nnil Newark. ) TWO CUNTS. " .-.Pw fotf aW VOTE TO STRIKE RY PRIinRNTIil jyi i uvvuniiuu INSURANCE MEN Commission Cut and Pis missal of Thirty May Force Out 6,000. X. V. AXD X. .1. LOCALS ACT UNANIMOUSLY Appeals to Policy Holders Is to Policy Holders and State Officials Are Promised. Seven hundred agents of the Pru dential Lift- Insurance Company, rep resenting the New York ami New Jeriey locals of their newly organized union, voted to strike next Monday If the company's threat made yesterday to dismiss thirty men was enforced. The vote was passed amid th wildest! enthusiasm la...

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. — 21 July 1916

Tilo SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 2i, 1916. Ing ever been engaged face to face with the British, always having been caught by a concentration of shell fire or by flank Infantry attacks." 8,000 MORE CAPTURED. catena Lose Despite Caaatcr At tack on Both Froats. London, July 20. While a strong fcut unsuccessful German counter-often-five Is still being fought out on the British front, the Teutonic armies find themselves again the object at a si multaneous attsck on both eastern and western fronts. The recent auccessfut advance having Brought the British Into line with the French at Hardecourt, the French offen sive, which has been for some time In preparation, has been renewed energeti cally on both sides of the Somme on a front of about five miles thus fsr suc cessfully. Official despatches from the British and Frenoh headquarters to-night show further advance by both armies. The British pushed forward their line about 1,000 yards north of the Batentln I Longueval sector and are still fighting 1 ...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 21 July 1916

j,500 CAVALRY NOW ! ON TRAIL OF VILLA CnrnuizNtns Reported in Hot Pursuit of 8(10 Hniiilits year hide. GARCIA liKADS COMMAND Sock llpvciijrp for Killing of Kin in liattlos With Kaiilcrs. Hi. IVt'o, ft July - Francisco Vi.la atiil si men nre now approach Irr lnilr, between Itosirln mid Tor- rton, pursued by l.l"P l transit cav- tr lul by "-tr n "'i ien. -Matins nimo. actonllng to a prominent Amci Inn reldcnl f I'arr.il. who united to n '.!' f std Uarcla at.il llamos are thlrst Irj for ieenge and hope to kill Villa, Oircia's )oung son ami brother-ln-luw trr !lzel ami killed liy Villa nt 0.-mpo after hi" f.it'uic to take Parral, which Otn. (larcla defended, while Ila mo want!" reenge for the massacre of his uncle, (len, Igniclo rtimos, and hlti command near Jlm'.ncs. T.ic American said hlK own wagoner , .pltned by Villa at Ocnmpo, and thit he satv t'le liamllt chief, who was wounded in the leg hut able lo travel. Report!" worn circulated to-night In Juirei that the Curranzu garrison at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 21 July 1916

1 4 THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1016. i'r t, id HDGHES ASSURED Of SWEEPING VICTORY Campaign Committee t First Meeting Bcports All States Aroused. EARLY START ARRANGED Thirty-five ConpTPSsnipn tp Re Sent Into Maine Next Month. The ,Uu,sheg carnpalgn started intljr n fun head of stcarjt yesierday, with flepublfcans and frogresalvea working, together to bring nbouTYhe candidate's, election. Tearp work wn apparent ajt every Mage of the first meeting of try, campaign flnmmlttee at the Hotel A.x.tor., Practically all day the rampaltii com mittee, all of whom rave four from far Western State were present, and the Congressional comrnlttcra .ere In session. William R. Wlltrqx. national chilrman, entertained them all at lunch-' con, and here. Mr. Hughe talked with each member Individually and (hen made short address. The burgeri of hi "talk was 'hat' he wan delighted flltji the team work already displayed and confident thqt there would fijo "nothing lee' 'through the campaign. "Thi Is a time nh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 21 July 1916

I 4 THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1916. NARRAGANSETT HIES TO TENNIS AND POLO Town Almost Deserted as Colonists Journey to Point Judith Club. NEWPORT SENDS THRONG Jliphest Surf of Season Thun ders Against Rocks and Sprays Casino. NAmoAKiurrr Ptw, Juty 10. Narra (inie(t I'ler was lmott decerned this ifiernoon, the colonlits going to the Point Judith Country Club, two mile above the Pier, for the national tennis tournament and the polo matches. In the early afternoon many watched the highest surf of the season, which thun dered gfglnat the rocks with such force that the orchestra had to abandon Its stand on the Casino terrace and play In the ballroom. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Pertn, Mrs. Jo. ieph Harrlman and Mrs. Cralc Diddle came here from Newport In the yacht Dorothea, owned by Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fell of Philadelphia. Mr. and Mrs. Fell. Mr. Alexander Brown and Philip 8. P. IUndolph, Jr., formed a luncheon party at the Casino.' Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bonaparte also arrived by auto mobile from ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 21 July 1916

THE SUN, FRIDAY; JULY 21, 191, PARALYSIS DEATHS : TOTAL 31 IH DAY Dr. Emerson Sees Hope In Record of Only 110 New Cases Reported. QUARANTINES IRKSOME Despite City and U. S. Cer tificates New Yorkers Are Forced Home. WARH1KOTON, Jalr N-Tkr ran. lie Hralth Sfrrlf. rrgardi daagtr nl alloaal rpldftnlr of Intantllr pa ralytic orrr. Hlaif hoards nf hralth thrnnahnal the roaatry aar. rtporttnl tkrmflTi able to combat aay apataraato of th flirai. Thlrly-one deaths timi 119 new caaea iraa the Health Department' report on the Infantile paratyala epidemic yester day. The decrease In the number of addl Clonal bxblc.t stricken was exceedingly gratifying to Health Commissioner Haven t&meraon, but the Increaaa In the; number of deaths nave him grave con cern. While not making any decisive Utament, he la Inclined to think that the health authorities have the epidemic Well In hand. "It there should continue for a week decrease In the number of cases." he kald. "we should than be justified In aay...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 21 July 1916

sewflawiissiiii , THE SUN, FRIDAY; JULY 21, 1916. T LA FOLLETTEHALTS NAVY BILL VOTE Talk All ! Ajrnlnst Bljr lliint'ss and Dollar Diplomacy. ARMOR PLANT TO STAND Senate Votes Down Objection, 51 f0 17 Wilson's Mexi can Policy Praised. PENNSYLVANIA OFF TO JOIN THE FLEET Dreadnought, Most Powerful of Warships, Puts Out to Sen. Wahiinotov, July :o. The super dreadnouRht Pennsylvania, recently com missioned, left the Norfolk Navy Yard to-day to Join the fleet. With her d!s placement of 31,000 tons and her 14-lnch rum, this vessel Is the most- powerful nshtln. ship In the United Ktatea navy to-day and probably the equal of any ship afloat. Capt. Jlenry U. Wilson la In command. , Secretary D.tnleh pointed out to-day that the l'cnr.sylvsnla, upon Joining the fleet will find twenty-nine hnttleshln crulalnic on netlvo duty. It Is the Secre- WAHiiSfiTON, July !0. Senator l-a iv.ii.ite heM the floor In the Pcnate from id o'clock this morning; until o clock "nnounced policy to keep the ah Ws Ini...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 21 July 1916

THE SUN, jFRIDAY, JULY 21, 1916. ' II. United Motors Oklahoma Prod.&Ref. fpectal repotta on ths ehov slocks nt upon request. (v Wall St. Jeuraal Ball stag, it D I Ca M V Teleohoae nnreiuui.,11.1. aVees t4i. I Chicago Baaed nf Tr&da " . Y. CurbMark AtMrUMm I Toronto Slandsrd Stock Kirs. Montreal Office t 47 fV. Francois XavtertJt. Dlreet Wire Is Chicago, Toreat A Montreal. COLUMBIA GAS and ELECTRIC Bought, Sold and Quo'twxij MOORE,LEONARD & LYNCH Frkk Building Plttsburcli 111 BroadWny NiwYorkdfty TRADERS CAUTIOUS IN LISTLESS MARKET Turn in Tide Falln to Jlo vclop, Though Several . Issues Are Strong. BOND BUSINESS IS POOR Bankers Scout Foreign Liqui dation Talk That Affects Railroad Stocks. J.K.Hice, Jr. & Co. Will Buy zs American mine com. a Tim. 100 IliJtrrwortll .lud.on Co. 2.IC0W1 KKlmntc Hunk r IS t'armrre tnn Jt Tnitt v 2A Krsnklln Insurance, , . 2.1 Haunter InMlrimro 50 11. . John Mum Ille rant, IMI Ingersfltl-ltiinil t'lim. A 174' 100 .fame llntlrr Tom. I'M. ' ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 21 July 1916

0 9 THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 21, . 1916. EAIIROAD NEWS. M Jlo: li j i itj is. i tr.nu ur' n ., last jeer. 11 2. 11.7 11 88 S0.4 61 (' n i lOC In' loc Sfu.'W. "'. Inereaaa ,T8MTs stir- SL.if l.T Xy!nBI'x preferred mock dlv. H?? lf.'.v"",'l! ,'f.r twraon utock 14, US,- 2iJ'l,n.cr,,."c ta.HB.8TSi loul surplus 112,. 'ncreac l,s, 3,437. Karn nsa equivalent lo 14,87 on common Mock for six month., nr at rate of 39.74 for year, against e.rnlnrs of .S0'r In 1918. In rili remark to stockholder President Top. Plnst snyt "The extraordinary domestic and foreign demand for Iron and strol re ferred to la our annual report under date of December 31. HIS, continued without abatement IhrnuRhuut the tlx month end. I "I June SO, 1916. present conditions sua . ItMlnr that demands have not been fully aall.n.d. Price, umlir the stimulus of these unusual condition, have made tub ovrrrur- 'nj'ai auvuncea. pmx.nl ratea closely a p. respond- N ..? !. rnru price eatabllahed In. period ''"r'nf the ) ear Hall. Whil...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 21 July 1916

THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1916. 10 COTTON MARKET. A renewal of Wall Street selllnr failed 18 mailt a. much Impre.slon on the cotton market yntfr.li)' a a It did this ilay bsfnre. nil wlillc there was no .ub.tnntlal ad vance recorded, Ilia decline. alo were rather .mall, belnt tnn.tl) around the opening, when the Mat was unchanged to I Solnta lower. October dropped to lM7c. during thla downward ninvcnvnt. A bet tar class of buying developed later under ll.tOc, while there wai further bujlng of October. Dii ember and January by pot house, around the opening; Thla was nota bly n feature In th January position anil tended to iilimrh a good deal of the rotinn for tale fcv Wall street houses. The pros aura wa. based on an opinion that the crop la making excellent progree. nnd that the damage In the Kasi la by no tncana o ex tenitve a. reported. Xevertheleaa the dam age arivkc. were an numrrnua and from uch apparently reliable source, that a plrlt of rnutlon gradually developed. Near the c...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 21 July 1916

COMMODORE JAMES SELLS ON PARK AVE. Buyer of Corner Opposite IHs Residence at G!Hh St. to Krecl Dwelling. BROADWAY COKXKU SOLD Operiitor Turns Over 01st, St, Parcel l.otijrht on Tuesday Front lestip Estate. C mnif.Inr Arthur Curtlss Jim. h.s mrc ulrd In RMtlnjf for the southwest corner of Park avenue and Slxli'-nlnth street n neighbor who will erect there. .1 dwelling that will add la the res Idcnt1.il character of the section, much of which may be credited to Commodore James, why has erectej Ht the northwest corner of these thorough fares a 11,000,000 mafblo residence. The name nf the man who has bought the corner could not be learned yesterrfty The sale of the oirner not only satisfied Commodore James's wishes as n what sort of hulldlng will go up oppoelte W new home but hrlng-a a (tool sired front to him In addition. The Commo dore, bought the vomer, which la now covered with four four story dwellings known as M, B6 and 5S TCas: Scvfcnllt'.h street and 690 Park avenue, Several mon...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 21 July 1916

te THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1916. - After Sixteen Years Matty Goes Back to Cincinnati, Which Traded Him to Giants for Rusie Without Trial Vi r I".'. MATTY-HERZOG DEAL AT LAST IS COMPLETED "Big Six" Xow Manager of Reds Charley Again a Giant. BOUSH, McKKCIIXIK AND KILLIFEli AUK SHIFTED Cincinnati, July 20. Christy Math- ewson Is a Ulant no more. I.lhewlrc j Charley Herxnir Is a Iteil no lontter. The bin deal between the New York and Cincinnati clubs of the Nation V League, which had been har.RltiR fire since last Saturday, was to-day com pleted. Matty Rofs to tnniage the Reds, and takes Kddle P.ou.h and HIP McKech nle with him, while HcrxoR 'comes to play third baie for the Want and Is accompanied by Wade Kllllfcr, outfielder. Heriog; and Kllllfcr left with John McOraw to-night for ChlcoKo, ni,l will play against the Cubs for New York to morrow. Matty, Housh and MeKeeHnle are to arrive here '.o-morm?.- mm nine;, tnd When the lied? face the IMilla.le -phla club In the afternoon they w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 21 July 1916

f" t-n , - ... J OU ...... j L, Gifford A. Cochran's Bay Gelding Prince of Como Joins List of Record Breakers at the Empire City Track WIND TOO STRONG ! FOR SOME YACHTS PRINCE OF COMO SHATTERS RECORD GORKRAN LEADS BIG FIELD AT SHAWNEE COLUMBIA DECIDES TO RETAIN ROVING CHURCH IS MASTER OF DAVIS IN FINAL SOUTHERN TROTTER SPEEDY PERFORMER mfa m &un Jt Cnnsos llnlf a Dozen Mis- j Imps in flip Lnreliinont Neiruttu. j YENTTHA SAILS BEST pecided'y Interesting was the fourth ffjilta nf the nnnual race wek of the Ijrchitiu..! Yacht Club on Long Inland 1 fcound yesterday The wind trai from th cast and contained so much strength that a hnlf dutcn craft met with nome minor mishaps and hud to withdraw I from the mutest. The muni Importan 1 jartit 'hot did not finish was Anita, the hpJlc.ip ra.'er belonging to tl. P. Gran W:y The yacht split her mast early Ir Ihr rare and had tn put hack under he: J.b Pa In-ill 11, nnother handicap racer, was dl.ibleil, ns whh Petrel, Wasp, I Carclir.i and se...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 21 July 1916

x4 THE SON, fitlDAY, JUL If 21, 19x0. foe AND NEW YOlt. PKB88. Kill DAY, JULY 21, 1010. Kntarad at the rnst omee t V York Hscond Class Mall Matter. Suhorriptlnns by Mall, Ponlpald. r)A!!.V, Per Month M I) AIM. I'er Year 00 I'UNDAY, Per Month J U.VDAV (to Canada), rr Month.... M SUNDAY. Per Year t M DAILY AND HU.NIIAY. Per Yar.... S M DAILY AND SUNDAY. Per Month... ti KoMCIOM ltSTIS. DAILY, Per Month . .. I'UNDAY, Per Month.., daily and Sunday, 1 ts 3 Ir Month... 1 90 THE r.VKNI.Vn SUN, Per Month IS THE KVKNINO SUN. Per Year fto THE EVENING flUN'f PortlgnM'er Mo. 1 01 All checks, money orderi, 1c. ts be made payable to Tils Sum. Hearten of Tits St: leaving town for the I summer montha can have the dally and Sunday and evening editions delivered to them in sny part of tk la country nr F.urope on the t-rins slutr. atinv... Ail,lr.efts ' 'hanged tie often ae desired. Order through ewailealer nr directly of Publication Office. Telephone 2200 linkm.in Published dally, Including Sunday, by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 22 July 1916

THE WEATHER FORECAST. Probably thunder showers to-day; to. morrow fair; moderate winds. Highest temperature ytittrsky, 83; lowest, 68. Detailed weather, null and marina reports on pats I. tin. IT SHINES FOFysif VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 826. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916. Copyright, mt, by tht 8un Printing and PublUMng AtoclatU. ONE CENT In (Ireater New York, Jersey CHy ud Newark. I F.Uewhere. J TWO CENT. BRITISH PRESS TO. 'CZAR'S FORCES N. Y. CITY BA BES, G. 0. P. WILL ATTACK nDiVRN HAMI? IN WILSON ON MEXICO uKKIHAM THIKU LINK HP. HQ6 0TVR IN 11UIU1! UUlULi 111 VIllUUU Ml 1 IV 111 I ) AND NEW YORK PRE S Si FEAR OF PLAGUE New London Refuses to Let Any Land and Other Towns Act. JERSEY FORCES ALL FROM MOUNTAIN VIEW Quarantines Outside State More Rigorous Than Ever. DETENTION CAMP TALKED OF HERE Day's Deaths 32, but New Cases Show Decided Decrease; Quarantine against New Yorkers by , tno cnalrn,nn wno hat, a conference communities In fear of Infantile paral- with the campaign committee. mi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 22 July 1916

TRADAFTER WAR BIG GERMAN ISSUE Proposal for Still Higher Tariff Is Ridiculed by Socinlht Paper. CARD SYSTEM TO STAY aiarbnrjr Professor Foresees Long Period of High Cost of Living. Tn Haocr, via London, July SI. Problems In connection with the reorgan liatlon of Germany's trade after the war sua already causing much discussion. Tha Socialist organ Vonrnrrfi says eg Iwrlence hai shown that protective tar , tffa have In nowise inabled German arl. culture to supply the population with suf- flclent food, and that the highest econo- Intata recognize the necessity of com pletely revising the tariff laws. The Kreia Zrltuna. a Conservative newspaper, on the other hand, clamors for a still higher tariff wall, arguing that hl will help Germany to become self supporting. Vomaerla calls this non sense, saying that nobody seriously ex pecta the demand for cotton to vanish or that the Germans nencefnrtn win ne clan exclusively In linen or wool. The So. clallst newspaper says Oermany will never be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 22 July 1916

9 DENIES N. Y. TROOPS LACKED CLOTHING Ailjiiimit SfofcHliur.v Sii.vh flie stories f Men Drilling liiirofont rc M.vtliH. BLANKS OOVKHXMKNT in Issuing Kquipmciit Hp hits ea War Do pnrt input. rvtr Whitman, Orkfv Havkn, N. Y n'v :i Ailjt -den, Louis W. Ktnteshury ("fried cimihatlc.illy to-night published rrnc.rts to "ip effect that a large number if tie men at Camp Whitman have been .ithniit proper clothing and equipment. tnrff of soldiers drilling barefoot, lthnit proper shoes or clothing, are I rth, he said. 'It Is a fact that there haf hren delay In getting complete eo,ulp nent fur the sirpply of the organisations In lanir. hut rvery man In now fully uni form"! aild eiUl'JI(il. Th ileliy In Issuing the equipment ( ti t h'en ilue to the fault of any (Her hut rather to a system and nceee my tl!i "ii account of present condi tion' " getting prompt action at the War Department. We have been trying for vrars to obtain from the Federal au strlKes the necessary property to equip Mr unite a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 22 July 1916

THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916. NEW BOOKS SEEN IN REVIEW CRITICAL REVIEWS OF THE SEASON'S LATEST BOOKS Another Book of W. H. Hudson's Now Obtainable Samuel Hopkins Adams's Enjoyable Love Story. Three Patriotic Talcs by Mrs. Mary R. S. Andrews A Fiddler's Romance Sorrows of Ireland. Three New Books on Preparedness Handbook for Writers, Military Engineering, and Other Subjects. Thp Pnrplr Land. The niipeurunco of n reprint of the fccotnl edition of W. H. Hudson's) The Purple Land (K. 1. Outton ntut Cum puny) may bo nn Indication that the ntithur 1m coming Into hiss own at hint with the public anil will be welcome to thoso who have heard of the book unci liavo been unable to Ret It. It took twenty years for It to become known outside of a limited circle enough to warrant the new edition for which the author wrote the preface, und that wan ten years ni?o, before Mr. (Jalsworthy delivered his tribute. The story Is ns living und fresh as when It Hrt op pea red; It may not show In so "hi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 22 July 1916

THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916. i 5 FISHERMEN DEBATE AT FEDERAL INQUIRY A ii plera and Seiners Argue Over Use of Pounds Off Long Island Shore. ABMY ENGINEERS JUDGES Jones's Inlet and Shinnecock Bay Problem Causes Two Hours Oratory. KAmjttAlEJTOft ITUDEITI. Tkrea Plays to Ut Oltd oa Colasn bla Orren. Clifford Devereux. and his company of players will give a scries of Shake apearlan ' plays under the ausplcea of the department of English of the sum mer session at Columbia University on the evenings of July :, 27, 21 and 29. It Is announced that the series will be psrt of the' exercises commemorating the Shakespeare tercentenary. 'Twelfth Night" will be performed on the first date, "The Comedy of Er rora" on the second, "She Stoops to Con quer" on the third and the series will nd with a performance of "As Tou Like It" The plays will be given on the green of the university. ALASKA mi SEEN ON SOXEEN. Dr. V. S. San-glen, Kinlorer. Iee tarcs t the Malta. Pictures Illustrative of life In ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 22 July 1916

y .. ,.' ". Wov''sr i ) . I ' THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1916. , ' 6 Possibilities in Government Bonds of oomo of the moat Important Rtiropean nation, caused by tho present abnormally low rata of exchange, created by war condition, will bo explained for those who communicate with Ui and request a ropy of our Circular No. 0-1S.H. A. B. Letch & Co. Investment Securities 162 Cedar Street, New York rhlrn V hlUitithlit HuffHlo HoHlon Ilitltlmorn MORE GAINS THAN LOSSES IN MARKET riH'nslnohs Shown Over Kor olprn Liquidation Fails to Be Dispelled. HANKS' CASH 1NTRKASKS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES. I'KltlAT, Jt'LY 21, 191. - Closing. - Pld. , ,uk. I Vt'l' l Sales. Itritnf it's Reported Decision on Shipping Tax Helps Marine, Issues. 32 63 4 17 21 4 74 39 'i 8S4 r,5 58 1 1 10 i 63 104 34 05 is 21 a 744 42 8S4 9i,i Oil 4 109 1 5SU I HIT I & 104 lOOjAdvunce It pf lOOjAJnx Ituli GOOiAlnskn Oo!d Mines.. 2900.Alll-ChiirnTcrs .... SOU Allts-Ctiiilintrs r .., 300 Am Hunk Note 1400,Am lice...

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