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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE SJN, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1916. - aV -g ' H Q -THE PORT O' HEARTS' DESIRE" ON SOUTHAMPTON BEACH Q "It's you may have the gold and fame, and all the jewela, too, 2riBfc'PraMlfl d give them 8,1 right 8ladly, with their gold and fame entire, "And all the ships, if they were mine, I'd gladly give to you, yx "If yu would set me down within the Port o' Hearts' Desire pjRHH John UoQrvirtv fc I BBBBBBBBBBB fe IBBBBBi. lm In the trenches "somewhere on Southampton Beach." Kath- "7 ' 'v -95 "You mustn't take my (TrQ T ' v The young conchologists. Alva and Oren. Jr., daughter and erine and Cecil Howard, children of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mel- , V picture." Beatrice Straight, t, r son of Mr and Mr8, ren Root ville Howard,. and grandchildren of B. Aymer Sands. J JJ daughter of Mr and Mrs. Willard Straight, i-iiotn-copvriuht. Undent.! a Underwood. y SBBBV ' UbBbV - . ;. - - 'Ts77 , . V, "We should worry about our social duties." Left to right, Agnes Williams, Stewart Davis, Henry Sanford, Elixabeth Ter...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1W. SQ2 4 O POLO SEASON OPENS AT THE ROCKAWAY HUNTING CLUB Q Ba2H9fJBtaA. "fiS 1 . . Eft m. j - BHBVJBBBVSajSBte - - ' Jf B tBBBB. . A vBjf t fKX . -JM Aw .BBS1 BfsVsVsVsVsVsBfsVsMk! ,2i3a m .jBWBkisBCafsfsiBV Alttk k ;XE dkail&lli i.S!BBBBlBw : -J. .-it'. .....-.. . . u 'lBaBaBaffftf Hpro) 4 i3 gBgBgBgBgBgBgBgBgBgBU, tffflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl UQtfiEmtk An exciting moment in the match between the Rockaway Bluet and the Whip- pany River team. A view of the playing field from the clubhouse and the automobile park. Photo by Kellur & White YACHT THAT STEAMED FROM PACIFIC CHARTERED BY JOHN N. WILLYS 302 yu 1 ; 1 '"V T-M BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa H1BLBBBBBb1 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH BWaTaTaTaTaTaTaWavJHE! fH iiiiiiiiiiBiiTl'"BBBBBBr BBBBBBBBBBaiBfc i .1 : VaAPHH gBgBgBgBgBM' Mbbb lfc-H fi 1 1AI , V IbBBBBBBBM BBBHBbBBBBBBBHbB3b31bBBBH iLttUiTvVA .MbCBLBbH fi BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH Baadizvv bHPbbBbbbbbbbIbbbbI hbbbbihl 'r BVkVBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBB...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 28, 1918. CPa YOU'VE OFTEN WONDERED HOW THOSE MOVIE ANIMALS WERE TRAINED Coney IcgST , , ' jiii 'lgggRgggv ggggggggggflflPliBL zM4'': i ; K Training leopard to I ,011 .PaS "titf? O ? leap on back of a La tJKw! M S A'ric on wh,h A 6& kneeling Capt. Y) BtSitM'i r , C Uuht acting as (ijh QiKgt (OJj ?lth hunter and Charlea Gay, VaXU mWIKi3( ins in another animal trainer, It LsV H? a'iSiMIBBBBB h,er ."ing rehearsed Mile. Ottowa, acting the part of the beautiful heroine, felled by the "King of the Jungle." The hero has a bead on the lion and will fire before it can sink its fangs into its victim. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBav '"SBBHaBBHaki ' BatMiBIBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm? BBWM Bi. .H a.""' EiBiKBgHilllft - ; ,Jr 3R bHBBBSbYSbIbBBRBbIbbVbHk r-TsVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBH HKiiikf 1 WtolBV laDBBmsssssHiv''' 1 I JjaCl r1?!.;!: i't :flggggggggggg ' AjgHgflgff J. ' 'ggfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfLf 1 3ggfgfgfgfB BBBBBBMBVLttttaiB f IiB' gggggggggggggggggggggggggggg BBBB...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1910. HOTEL IELLECWIREJ WCW YORK 1 pLlpCO FACE POWDER rto tbt Weman Whe Cmh" A riiJIrali'lv tMSfumed rlro nowdcr of MiMTliir character. Jiseffivllenrla ........... Ha. -H...-! nrl I sat I II Thnw U III PUI 7 J" 1 1 I ' ' shades wntio nnhii(1cmun (HI parkasycontaJiwadsintvpowaeMMiiT. 1 . I.r 9A ftt Ilnie anil LC- psnment Morti. INCOMPARABLE PLCXO CRCAM8 OreaseleM Cream, to ptwteet Ik ikln. Cleansing Cream, ta lit tha pare af iilneajHllss. Taw fHMW crrsmj. tctntlfttmUy ssrc Mrrs or luv in Mi-jvimm vtwi iixVr. Tar leipsrfcs pure, tfv pinion of prrtta eessJy, M tot- rH Uoom of yoxun. soe ana one. PLEXO EVENINO WHITE, for ntted. aaea Bat rub at. Ue pat tube. At Brttg ul Rapartmeat Stares BUYING GUIDE Beauty Culture YOUR PACK-TO-BAT-BER RE. PRATT. He ran restore contour, lift Marina dmai id atr Specialties J. 1MHI A MM. U VJr TW IT. Hair floods of every oantptloa, Horn (10.00. wavy witches, ate. hair, try our abampoo treatments. Halrdraaataa. 'tvlna. hair mierinm...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

' it. Editorial Sidelights on the War Books Financial News Queries Games" 'Problems SECTION 6. EIGHT PAGES. tttt NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. Contirlirtr. Ills. y the Sm Printing and J.dMM Jisoetatto. END OF TURK RULE OF ISLAM 18 HEAR Holy Cities Soized in Revolts in Arabia and Ottomans Expelled. ALL ITALIAN BOYS ENVY SON OF KING GERMAN CROWN PRINCE DECORATES MERE YOUTHS i nniKRtrR i.okmkr ro, nitOOKIiVN AnVKBTISKMKMTS. gINCE February 22, for five months, the Crown Prince's army has t..ii . .. .... . . levies, including some of the latest classes called to the colors, In cluding mere boys taken from the schools. The photograph shows the Crown Prince distributing Iron Crosses to soldiers of his army who have displayed unusual bravery in these attacks on VeTdun, and the extreme youth of those standing to the right of the photograph, who are about to receive the decoration, bears out the reports that the Kaiser's army has many mere boys in its first fighting line. uunerea ni tne Ra...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. JNm I w. Mil JWH.'sa INTERESTING SIDELIGHTS ON WAR AS SEEN BY "SUN" CORRESPONDENTS 6 EXPLAINS REES OF BRITISH BLOCKADE Mr Frank Newnes Gives De tail of Work of Big: Spa Cordon. NEUTRALS PROTECTED Committee in London Acts on Irery Seizure Day Tele graphed Manifest Arrives. tarrttpnnitnff et AnacUtt4 PttM. towoK, July 10. The most detailed fliMHptton of the British system of Mi chads which hi i been made tu pre. taa to the member of tha American lAMMhMD Club by Sir Frank Neamas. In aa address delivered at tha lait meeting Of til club. Kir Frank It the head of a Treat publishing firm founded by hi father. He Ik memher of the Royal Volunteer Navel Reserve and le actinic aa assistant secretary of the Committee an Detention or Neutral Ship presided rrer by Lord Peel. Hie explanation of the eyetem follows I "Brery thin east or went bound pass ing 'Up or down the English Channel or tj the north of Scotland Is stopped by one of the British men-of-war, boarded ...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

'- 4 6 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. SOME NEW BOOKS. jfh The CM ot Folani. IIr enthusiasm for Polish literature, which she has endeavored to make English readera ehare, haa led Mtaa Monica M. Oaiukb to prefix to her es my$ on Polleh authors a sketch of the fppresslon the Poles have endured for over a hundred years and to call her took rotund. A Study in National jteaUsin (Charles Hcrlbncr's Bona). Bhe s embarrassed by the fact that the Is naturally worked tip over the present war and finds that the oppres sor ot the srreatnr number of Poles Is Russia, England's present ally. Hlie Is able, however, to make a fair cose against Prussia as being; more cruol and ruthless than even Russia. One of the curious features In the discus sion ct the war Is tho Impression, which seems to be strong; among writ ers belonging to the suppressed na tionalities and may possibly exist amonr the peoples themselves), that la some way, whatever the outoome may tie, those nationalities will somehow se cur...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

6 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Gnins Laid to SlinH OdtpHiis, luit S'ii t itniMi t in Street Is Optimistic. M'YIXfi WAVE IM.EM(TKI) Bnnk Stfitenieiit Shows ti Ho horve Inere.'ise Xo Ex pansion of Loans. Sentiment in Wnll Street wag fnrlly optlinldlc jesterday, but the attendance B!i email, and the volume of IniMnewi In Mocks nml tmridh mis unimportant. The majority of Issues In ivlihh dcal Inipi were reported moved uimard, but Falna weie believed to be clue morn to hort eoverlni? than to the extension of Ions account. Strength of United States Steel was n. ratifying phase of the short session. That lusue closed practically at the top, and Its advance was regarded by many as Indication that the report or earn ings for the second quarter would prove highly satisfactory, Hulls said the buy fng was of excellent quality, but so far a could be learned from broker hand line; the largest transactions there wax little ohange In the personnel of the purchasers, ex...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

6 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. MONEY AND EXCHANOBr CALL M()JKY. High. .. 2'x ... 6 IxiW, La.1, !4 S Lnal w-ik .. July In lint.- ... 1, .11 I il lie... Wirk ended! Julr 23. 1915.. Jnlr Jl, 1911 . Ji.it . 1HI3.. Vfei I mil 1 1 Jmr . i-d" 2 Jul ..i, 1914 ..... 7 AU,CU1I I. W3 .. ! 2 TtMR MO.NIIV -Market n)iintrfil Sixty ilara. fists. Skill".: tour months month., 4il: six mnnihs 111 m 1 2 n; Hill. lie. Ing now'a WVi tiinill 'l. 3 I .1 911. IS .. 24 .. IS .. quiet, with rtM mnty me 'PI,- rano in the week ended Julr 2J. 1&I5, was i, lor sixty na)s in av. nir six months; r .in."" I" wick ended July n, i!il4, Ironi 1 I r mjiv day. 16 4ni'i '. for nix moMlu: rr,j. i ii.c wick ended July 2.1, 1913. ironi ior sixty mys in r.siur," tor six Hie range in Iho week ended July wa. v."Vf, (or aixty days to 2ji 111 i.lllll. rouse III week ended July from nntmnnlly f, lor all dates; r In ihu week rmlril August l, 1913. from j. ! lor sixty day. lo (.5oi for nix on .''i4 HANK ArrKITANCHS -SSflSV. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

mmmmmm THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. $43,199,000 GALLED IN BY U. S. TREASURY losses of Fcdrrnl Reserve Banks Only Tnrtly Offs.it. by Deposits. GOLD HOLDIXdS I.KSS Dallas Rnnk Also Returns Special Deposit Jltulc for Crop Moving. Washinotok, July 22. targe with drawals of Government deposits, only partly offset by Increased hank deposits, decreased In the gold and cash reserves of the banks and Increased holdings of discounted and bought paper aro Indi cated by the regular weekly bank state ment mnde public to-day by the Fed eral Ileserve Hoard as at clone of busi ness) on July 21, 1916. Transfers of funds to the Government were made largely through the gold set tlement fund, which shows a decrease of 111,100,000 for the week. Gold on linnd decreased 17,500,000, the New Tork bank reporting even larger net withdrawals from Its vault holdings. The aggregate net withdrawals of gold shown for the week were 16. "00.000, the three East ern banks and Dallas showing the largest losses of go...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

6. 7flEn.,SUN,.,,S,UNDAY,, .JW. ,?3. ,m. (ii T m mtiruii I uri t t t t I r ONE EYE BUTTS IN WITHOUT WARNING Sn vinir Arknnsns City's Sheriff flic Trouble of Hunting Him Up. By DAVID A. CURTIS. "Kver.vhody." snld old man Oreen Hw III spenkliiR of tlio one eyed man, ' .:t n nny o' iloln thliiRN, tin' they's mhiip Iiiis iiliiillirr way, I ilon't p'tond to say what they's iiny 'xeuse fo' Ono Kye belli' nlivc, Th' nln't. The hull world 'il t a heap mo' cnmfnhle klf he wan dnld. Hut. ns the Ooivl Hook avs, 'taln't tlirm things what he does what M oiiKlit ft to he helt nir'ln him. It's the low down, ornery way he does 'em," Th one eyed man wan frequently the subject of dismission In old man flreenlaw'n little saloon In Arkanaa City when, aa tt now happened, there wis nothing for anybody to do ex cepting to talk, or to smoke In al ienee. Generally under such circum stances the old man and his frlendn preferred smoking, hut when the old nmn felt Inclined to express such thouchts orenrred to ...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

y I' -f;-i? v W4" eH MBW TOME CKOAT, JULY 3, IWfi. t the fmt OaVe nt New Tot a Second Class Mall Matter. t aaea rttrfUaa by Mall! ltpaM. CAU.T, Pn Moat a a ,10 UAn.Y, Per Tear SS hUNDAY, Per Month IS SUNDAY tv Canada, IVr Month.... M 8CTCOAT, rr Tnr t ! DAILY AMI Sl'MJAY, Per Year.. . II M 1MI1.Y AND SVXIIAY, Per Month... ?S roauux Hin. DAILY. Ir Btaath I SS SUNDAY. Per Month SB UAU.T AND STNUAV. Per Month... 1 B THE KVKMKO VN. 'r MonUi... as 5 M nn Kvr.Kiwu iwtn. rr Year. mVKM.vo8t;xtrorti),iT yto. i si All cberka, meatey oroVra. Ac , to ba ms payaWs u The St. Reader of TlIC Mm leaving toon rr the awmmer aaamtha ran nine th dally and ta)r aa trntw edltlwis delivered to ttaaaa la any part nt thla country or Rurope tM tariaa slated above Aiturrseei I aa ortaa aa desired. Order through imaflai r dlrvctly ul I'sbllcatliin Uc. TalapaMM Boo Banana a. FrblBSllit tally, tiretnaing Sunday, by the Hun Printing aai rMtmtUa" Association at ISO Naaaau straet. In Ilia- Hnrough of Mini hattan. Ne...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

SECTION 5 TWELVE PAGES SPECIAL FEATURE SUPPLEMENT NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. Covviloht, 1016, tj the Sun Printing and Publishing Aaaociatlon. WE RE PREPARING, UNCLE SAM? Twelve Hundred Lads in Camp at Plum Island Respond to the Call to Be Ready for Nation's Defence Days of Sport as Well as Hard Work for the Youngsters Who Are Being Trained to Be Good Soldiers T By JOHN WALKER HARRINGTON i WEIA'E hundred boys having the time of their lives Retting bronzed ami hale In the salt Ir which comes with Invigorating tang from Sound and ocean 1,200 boys growing each day snappier and more alfrt 1,100 boys radiating the health and spirits which come from manly exercise, clenn living and wholesome diet this in a sight to ! make one believe In the future of the United States. Take then Into consideration that the 1,200 are being Intensively trained to be good soldiers that they are cadets of a condensed West I'olnt who re gaining the Ideals of military dis cipline under an Inspired leudorsh...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

2 fi THE SUN. SUNDAY. JULY 23. 1916. "MAILED NAILED Bishop of London Discusses World War and Religion -Believes Hu manity Will Gain, Not Lose ' By EDWARD MARSHALL. UNDOUUTKDLY Hip most pic turesque, non-military figure In Kngiand during these war days Is a distinguished clergyman, the Right Rev. A. 1". Wlnnlngton Ingram, BUhop of London, lie in the church militant. Incarnate, and hart born evir elnce the war began. A great novel lit might make lilm the venerable hero of one of the most fascinating ! psychological studies of war born emo-' ever written. . He has stirred the clergy of the mplre to the fighting pitch, sending hundreds of them, most of them as The Right Rev. n '-9 ,ir i.' jr. flghtcia, u ne fiont. All creeds and "I, as one who tries to be a ChrU- tngotilsts lends him to loft.cr ideals decent classes love h.m; sham, clerical , tlan und to be charitable to all men. than those which hitherto hae guv- or otherwise, Intensely fears him. ( without regard to nationality or cre...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

FINDS THAT THERE ARE ETHICS EVEN IN HEAD "HUNTING Dr. William Curtis Fara- bec of the University of Pennsylvania, Back From Perilous Expe dition up the mazon, Tells of Wonders He Saw There Til Kit K are pthlcs even In head limiting, according tn Dr. Will Inn Curtis Farnbee, who has Jut t cot home after three years spent In exploring remote regions of the ,'itiaznn. Among the tribes he visited wvu- two. the Mutidurttcua and the Jivcros. who still keep up the practice, lino of thp trophies he brought hack for the University of Pennsylvania was a collection of four belts made of l.iim.in teeth- the most prlred ncrou iteincnts that any Mnndurticu could Hiress. As to the ethics of head hunting Dr. Farnbee says no sclf-rcspectlng Mun durueu or .llvero would go forth with bow and arrow and stone hatchet after the head of a national enemy because of the panes of hunger or the desires of trade expansion. Head hunters are not cannibals nor nre they ambitious for aggrandizement. On the contrar...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

m m p f mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmw m THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. FIRST WORDLESS INTERVIEW, RECORDED BY SPECIAL MOVIES XT 01 D D D D D D D Q D D D D D 0 D, D Q D D D D D Q D D D ji !f mat I B ' M Krai MK'AAmJHWiH'J H HH IHHII 'Wl'd SO many aids to self-expression ha: she that It Is one of the easiest assignments In tlio world tn iget a. moving picture Interview with n moving picture star. She cnn Just root off opinions nil ilny. The strange part about thin Ih that nobody ever hnJ mich an Interview before one with nil the properties and a change, of cos tumo for every subject Introduced. Miss flcrtrude McCoy consented tn be the subject of llw first screen Inte--view, and she was seen especially for The Sl'N a the atelier of the United States Amusement Corporation nt Kort l.ee, New Jersey. As there wer" so many objects which suggested IcIcnH In plain view, and fo many obliging Mage managers nnd Kcennrlo shifters at hand, li wan not difllculj for her to act nnd talk such a theme of the hour a...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. 5 . THOUGHTS ON WOMEN IN WAR AS INTERPRETED BY MISS M'COY Pft ' "' I 1, 1. Ml I I I D D D What fine courage have the women of the Old World shown as, without murmur or complaint, i?yj 6 iUp the worlc and the cares which were apportioned to men. How would the earth have been tilled at all and made to yield its increase had it not been for the ceaseless toil of the women? They put their hands to the plough and walked the widening furrows, even while their ears were filled with din of artillery, and their eyes could see, if they looked aloft, the swiftly moving aeroplanes, the soaring couriers of new carnage. Women cultivated the corn arid vine, and when the sun had ripened the golden grain they gathered the harvest in the place of the men who had gone to those fields where there is a reaper whose name is Death. It is only a step from one kind of public service vehicle to another. Thus ft is that woman does not hesitate to become a street car conductor. ...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

6 '5 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 237 1916. CLUB HOMES OF COMFORT FOR Reception CHOCK full or romance; glowing with ii thousand colors of the picturesque; lightened by mer riment, darkened by failure ami despair: n wonderful, throbbing sector of human life and human nspl ration devoted to the commercial con quest of a continent -mupIj Is the his tory of American salesmanship Irt the eye of him who can nee below the sur face nnd possesses ability to reflect thereupon understandlngly. It ! an old. old story thnt "trade follows the flag." And In the largo It hold true even here In the t'nlted States, when ono considers only do mestic trade; for the flag that Is fol lowed In this field Is tho emblem of push and daring, of enterprise, com petition, ability to place one's poods before people who need them, and to convince the people of their need. This particular ling, while Invisible, Is evidenced by ambition, tireless ef fort, willingness of trained and able men to forego to large extent the c...

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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