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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

5 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, BREAKFAST FROM THREE TO THREE, THAT'S NEW YORK'S WAY Light of Pitiless Publicity Let In on institution Hitherto Neglected in bong and Story FOH many years we have squeezed our morning egg Into Its egg, cup In comparative obscurity, our farlnl contortions, soul relieving , ji,ul.i'lons, the technique of our ! nimble fingerings on the Hoft boiled itu Mve been carried on In seclusion v -thorn publicity Our ncnldtngs n-nd I t ji h .ssltudcs, our wrnnBllnga with' i'r temperamental coffee, our prune ' t rrows, our endless wars with the H .,iunt prnpefrult. our adventures In ' Consuming quantities r""!'". a.l these we have been dolnr; ;.i a !a'-- f .tndisoover dnrss. Tl i- is b-irdly fair Wu sliQiild tin- soft boiled est; be ,r:'ir. d while with fervid lingers tn tl.. asar.il artists and wrlicrs and :" tsnr'" recording Miserly the lunch-, i! e tie l illnmgs. and supplies of th" ' aid the unwashed and the half 'us ifd r. Minimum? Millions of nrtlr.ii and pl.uurea...

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. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. COLD LIGHT RIVAL OF THE FIREFLY'S EFFICIENT LAMP Periodic Rest Theory Applied by Trench Savant. ho Once More Proves 1 low the Startling Becomes Simple When RcduccJ to Ultimate Terms Those Rays, Heatlcss as the Moonbeam Yet Brilliant as the Sun, Long Known to Na ture, Whose Secret M. Dussaud Has Now Surprised COLD LIGHT! Just think of It. ! a light as hcatlcss as a moon beam and yet as brilliant as a ray of the noonday sun! This is what Francois Dussaud, Doctor of Science, haa made possible, nnd no loss nn au thority than M. Edousrd.Hranly, the distinguished physicist, rtamls sponsor for the Inventor's claims. The mind instinctively thinks of the shimmering brightness nf sol.ir space: one shivers In expectation of the ln ness of absolute zero. This, nf course, U Jumping to conclusions that are not Justified, even though the new light may revolutionize the field of Illu minating engineering. It Is well, too, that M. Dussaud Is Indorsed by M Branly in th...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. 9 f YANKEE TRICK MAY AID THE DEUTSCHLAND TO ESCAPE Way Out Is Narrow, but h Has Been Followed Before by Submarine1 Equipped to Run Like Huge Crab Over the! Ocean Bed How the Old Argomut, Father of Seagoing Un derwater Craft, Proved the Practicability of Bottom Wheels and Surprised a Fort (il ItAtll", cleverness and re sourcefulness brought the U , bo it freighter Heutschlund nfe i within the capes of the Cheua- i penhe C'h pt.iln Kocnlg scored In the I uilinir.ilion of most people n net td the nmnifest disgust of the Allien' sea pa. i Ho!. nil I'1' again foil his national . fo! new aleit nrnl primly determined In talk n.s dash for home? linn the w.l) T'tn it inert' tricks to draw upon thai w 'I servo him well when the time cw t'i "V ' outwit his would-be captors" j-Jvcn thf slutBlh must bo aroused t,y the piolilftn that confronts Capt. Kocn.p. The hnre escaped the hounds once, but the nnes of the park nre J clo;e to the only exit from the hole Into wh...

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

mil 10 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. V NEWS AND COMMENT IN THE WORLD OF ART THK discussion concerning Hip! niithonlU'lty nf the Mailt no, self rortrsilt Just acquired by the Metropolitan Museum of An Ii.ih added some Interest to the nriwtlo topics of tln past week. According to tho announcement of acting Direc tor Kent the museum prefers to bellcvo that the painting la genuine until It lias established prnnf to the (Mtilrary. Then the pnlilii' will hear Just what tho picture Is. The claim In tint the little painting lit tho Metropolitan lluscum, appro priately nc(iiliod through the Lazarus Fund, since It was from members of tho Lazarus family Hint the llrst Mai bones ciune Into tho possession of tho museum, was copied from the original, which In shown here. This hangs In the Corcoran (lallery of Art In Wash ington. Sandford Mason, nn expert copyist of' the 'fiOs, Is said to have made the copy of the. painting which was In the collection of Col. lining of Philadelphia, which has fo...

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Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

11 6 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. A NEW YORK NIGHT'S ENTERTAINMENT The Story of Marston, the Dreamer "S rrrl i' p l,u A r f, r i 0 yoti don't like Honduras?" Siaiihoroiigh naked Idly, Inspector Muurcl, the ex- 1 il lir.ul uf the New York de ' ic, shook his head slightly. A I, tie appeared on the seretio 1 il.it customarily concealed s e .usest friends the melan t ' s,. 'tie thoughts of IiIm ox- e til' mind. V m ttlnu together on the tU these years I've wanted to see these places. de k of tiv v - toe boat Patrol, return-' morning In the first week of October, f, , t 4 , t t ,,,,.,. ,..ltclHH of ' vlghtecn hundred and eighty blank, he , .. went alxuird a steamship bound from w,-,r--.. ti.ioes. M.u.rcl sometimes Vfw Yoj.k t Moim.lr,llMn pom It ir i-,: a.cmipiny him on .lslern. Naples. Messina and Trieste, his in r pi uresiii" (and less Im- He had taken passage to Algiers, por'ant) tr ps here and th- re in Croat- " went aboard the ship an hour ' . ... ... , . lV,,i afterward and .1 f...

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 23 July 1916

12 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1916. MARY, MARY, QUITE CONTRARY ABOUT SIGNS Perhaps She Poesnt Believe in Them---Anyway Mother Goose Surely Had the Right Idea Br JANE DIXON. ONCE upon a time was a rhyme ter, by name Mother Goose, who wrote the sort of Jingles that go ringing down the age aisles of literature. Now this Mother Goose person wns wondrous wise In the ways of folks, knowing much of their lltt'.e weak nesses and such like. So she wrote a piece of poesy about "Mnry, Mary, quite contrary," not for the Marys alone but for the Janes and 'I.lzabeths nd Gertrudes and all the rest of the feminine contingent everywhere In the "Busses do not stop here." ?ome one that nine out of every ten women who enter the door will push on the pull side and pull on the push side. For piling up the bank balance this game has n sure thing on the races beaten. Why do they do It? Ask me not for the iycho:ogy of the thing. It would bo Just us easy to explain why women walk July pavements swathed to the...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 24 July 1916

S$UVL Generally fair to-day and to-morrow gentle to moderate south winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 79; lowest, 71. Detailed weather, mall and marine reiiorli on page 9. VOL. LXXXIIL NO. 328. ft NEW YORK, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1916. Copyrtffnf, 19I. y the Sun PrlaMnf, and ruMUMnu A,ociatlon. ONE C tap Km York. 1 Elsewhere. City nnd Newark, i TV.O CENTS. PLAGUE WANES UNDERTOW DRAGS 6 GREAT BATTLE FOR BRITISH SMASH ac fliiAD antindI BATHERS TO DEATH CARPATHIANS NEARTH,RDLINEAND ALL "WJ TaVTssW Tsa Mmr AND NEW YORK PRESls BARS DROP A BIT Only 23 Deaths and 115 Xcw Cases Reported for 24 Hours. CLIMAX BELIEVED NOW TO BE PASSED Dr. Alvah H. Doty Promises Valuable Report on Study of Disease. HOBOKEX KEEPING . OUT ALL CHILDREN Sunday Motor Traffic in Some Directions Cut 50 Per Cent. Suburban towns relaxed their Quaran tine restriction slightly yesterday when this city's Health Department reported a marked decrease In both the number i! death and new cases. Twenty-three deaths occurred In th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 24 July 1916

2 tha rlewe of array offlorf, pronouncd tna conviction that Germany's enemy would never succeed In breaching her lint. Although It la generally expected that the offensive will be continued, Ger man military nuthorltlca view the situa tion with confidence. Officers Just arrived In Berlin from the Bomme front report that the feeling among tho Oerman troops la excellent, i DENIES SHIPS WERE SUNK. rlln Agency Contradict Ileitis Story of Jotland Losses. Berlin, by wireless to Sayvllle, July It. The Rrltlsh report that the Oerman dreadnoughts Kaiser and Kronprlna were torpedoed and sunk In the Jutland naval flRht Is absolutely untrue, nays an Overscan Newa Agency statement to day. "Competent authority statea that neither vessel waa struck by a torpedo," saya the statement. "The Knlser was twice lightly hit by gunfire, one man be ing kited. Tho Kronprlna waa not hit at all and there waa no loss of Ufa on board." Washington advices on July 13 re ported that a British Admiralty des patch to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 24 July 1916

THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1916. 8 TRKVINO RFriAMRH sWAT8A.lf.STAl.TS1.0W. ,8 TROOPERS HURT IN WRECK. 1 ilU l.ITV 1I1IW1IUIMU HERRERA IN CHARGE' r. ' Cornrtl.t. L 1 1 n n .....I. JTI, Ifv l.anri In Oil. .lust as Coney Istntxl started In on , i benuty sleep at A. M. cterday " Tony Mart I no, 3D jearn old, a musician , ,, , scheduled lo appear at a concert In Mt'Ufllll ''i'lirrJU Wild I'IInIkmI llr,""lyn last iilnht. bejari to rehearse " vuiitvi nuiu in ins lUUIIlinK HUUBC Hfc 2838 Htlllwell avenue. -Martlno a fellmv hoarders bounced out of bed with high. C and commenced to throw shoe at Martina's door ns the Cornells! made It plain that he hail struck hit heat stride. Anthony Martaretlo. the landlord, cut short his dreams and bounced Into Mar- lino's room. He begged Martlno to shut lliiuiiit Hunt Onlereil to Mexico City. JILNKS MAY ItKSL'ME SOON Railroad Collision nt liny I'll). Trt Rriiorlrd to I'linslon. SAN ArToNto, Tex., July 23. KUht men were slightly Injured to-day when a homesr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 24 July 1916

PENROSE SAYS G.O. P. CAN CARRY SENATE "ltolieves Republicans Can Win Ten Seats From Democrats in November. 'BIG EFFORT NEEDED 'ttope Is Rnscd on Mcmoran dum of Manufacturers on 1014 Elections. I WAmnoTON, July 24. After scin- taln the nnlltlcAt horizon and halanrlnff lfr!cultle against adv&ntsfcs Senator Panross made the prediction to-dsy that Uia Republicans with a well organized campaign, will carry the .Senate In the 'forthcoming- elections. To do this ten mocratlc seats muit be won. The atooator from Pennsylvania aayti that that ten teata at least are to be had If Ota Republican will go out and fight (or them. It Is possible, according to his forecast, that the number might be brought up to twelve. Th principal States In which the 2TMaV."ini?i-l "w?t' Mont Mia, NevaiIa, Iutllnnn. Vfit j Virginia, Maryland and .f Issourl. To ims inu is auued Yaniliglou, rr which "Jate there Is one I'rogresslve. Tfclrtr-foar Keats to fir rilled. There are 34 seats to he filled In the aiceUons,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 24 July 1916

RAIN SPOILS DAY AT SOUTHAMPTON On t 'I""!' Kvonls Postponed for LuncliroiiN ntid IHnnot'8 to Visitors. CU'NS POIMLAU 1M.ACKS r.. HrorffP liPnry (Jives n IjiiicIicoii to 1(5 Bishop (trosvenor I'ronclips. Pot'TH a M pton, N. T. July IS, Heavy Bin iimn nil day prevented many of 1 Ihf mnt ptomifil at r.ort her. The Vtrv ttev William II Urorvrnor. P, P.. preached tills moriiln at St. An dres'" f "hutch. Many vlaltorn attended. There nerc eeer.tl (lltinrrf at the fhlnne ock ami National Oolf club, the uMlhfr pioMitlng the usual match j.;f mi the llnk. The evtnt etertay at the Hhlnnecock i Ciub wn? an rlshleen hole honey hanril rap for a P'lie nrrcrcl hy Kreilerlck A. fnc K'l e retary of the club, which j non hy (ierard H. Lambert. Mr. il?wf l.eit save a luncheon farl.leen Other (King luncheons neie Mrs .MexaMler It. Tiers. .Mrs. Orson l. Mimn and Mr Stephen I'eabnily. Corpnral Heorne I'enbody of the Klrst Motir Ha'ter. National liuatd. of New York, who ha been nlth his parents, Mr. and Mr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 24 July 1916

THE StJN, MONDAY, JTJLY 24, ISM. (i ! L MONOPOLY IN EGGS AND BUTTER FOUND ltat Inrcstlffntors Say Mer cantile E.vchnnpe Men Control Market. FEW FIRMS IX TOWER Quotations Manipulated and Misrepresented, O'Malley Charges. Auant, July 23. Investliratlon, of the tatter And tgg business In this Stnt, And part'.eut.irly In New York city, shosred tliat tli market Is controlled by few members of the Mercantile Ex change, tlie principal distributing fluency to ths SUte. It I charge!. 33M publication of butter and nt quotations In manipulated and misrepre sented1 by the. quotation mechanism utll Ifed by th exchange. Thli misrepresentation and manipula tion of tho prlcru and values Is accom plished largely by the establishment of numerous rumplex grades In th classl flCa t Ion of butter and eggs, Thla Indictment of th Mercantile Kx ehango Is embodied In tho conclusion of ths report of Ueferen Kdwanl H. OlMalley, who Investigated the butter and efrg trade, made public to-night by Attornoy-Qener...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 24 July 1916

7 THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1916. POLICE GRAFT HUNT INVOLVES 20 MEM Crawl Jury Expected to Be turn More Indictments, Ilciriiining To-day. VICTIMS INTIMIDATED Those Who Refused to Pay Tribute Sent to Prison on Fiiinied" Charges. jw, crusaders, who uMd thslr f"i the extortion of graft from n ev were detailed to suppress, t i ici certain parts of th city i., , ,i. r irtninl atllomohlle to Impress STl'l I n l.itn t lipr prospective vie ti tri'l Attorney Swann has lw Investigation of pollen tin,. m 'ri'i .iiorni-j iwnn ..., ime.tl.aimn of 1110. rr' ' ' W . .. to prove this, and a score . to prove this and a score Hind will lie put before the iri- i this week. The Jurors al- , : ip indited five bluecoata on ,, c. . ,.f .rtbor. and perjury. H..1.V the violence visited on two w"' iippired before the drand i j, , hk, me pair win continue treie pi 'mm. At present they are x.i'o menic.il can- ouisine inn, i ' r a search i neing maae inr i', i n,..ints .lames K. Smith, As- . i t f -Tin Attorney...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 24 July 1916

-t t'A.y.1 . "ts..v .'Or' THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1916. Income Tax Proposed Changes Outlined for the information and convenience of busy peo ple who are subject to tax. By means of the chart con Uined in this pamphlet the proposed changes in the law may easily be comprehended. Stnijor Ah pemphltt, AD-H N.W.Halsey&Co 49 Wall Straat, New York tltBUeraala CMcaco Bet tea altlxse-e aaa Pnaelae Clrv slang We Finance Electric Light, Power and Street Railway Enterprise with records of established earnings. We Offer 'BanVars and Investment Dealers J Proven Public Utility Securities Cvrrupondtflct SolieiUd Electric Bond & Share Co. (VMas oiui at aoriai aia.ooo.ooo) 71 Broadway, Now York Piblie Utility loidt U asw tvaiUbb ft the am ef invtHen. Thli bosklet -m-awdaa wmnary of rtcaot hv rawtioa ntrding 99 Public Utility bend iue mtieh wt ncommetU (or lend for Booklet No. 51. Harris,Forbes6Ci SftkTMtt CvnMtp WMMmbv NEW YORK HOW TO PROTECT YourBrainContracts This practical article sent f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 24 July 1916

THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1916. Investment Questions and Answers Thin column appears cnch Monday, Thursday nnd Baturday. "leaders may ask an many questions as they like about Investment mibjeeti, hit p.ense ilo not ash about a half down companies In one letter, as It ndds winu'warlly to he clerical work of this oltlce. Do not send money. This service I, fire Ho .'lire t give your address ns well as your name, becausa most Inquiries are answered by mull. All correspondence Is held as confidential. Address all communications to Financial Udllor. Thb Hun, BO nroad street fit York city. Amrrltan International Corporation. J II. II, Garden City. I.. 1 Do you thlfk It reasonable Ritess that the Tierlian Int. matin-ia Corporation will in rt.i. Iti earnlna-a durlns: the last six nn hs ' "" ' "ndar eir tn three limes Iti f d the t1rl six month? II woii.d be dlfllrult If not Impossible tn form .it tills time a serviceable cstl male of this company's earnings In I lu second half f tin- current...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 24 July 1916

10 ' THE SUN, MONDAY!JULY 24, 1916. - Fourf. Intersectional Clashes Between Eastern and Western Teams in Both Leagues Start This Wz CUBS, WITH BROWN PITCHING, TROUNCE ., GIANTS BY 8 TO 3 YctVraii Satisfactorily Demon strates Proficiency to New Yorkers. BENTON AND ANDERSON ARE EASY FOB VICTORS ClllCAno, July 2J. The OlantH wound Bp their Western trip by dropping the ' II nil I ame of the scries to the Cubs, 8 to J, to-day, Rube Denton wax sent to the slab by McQraw at the start of the festivities, but he was pounded hard In the first two ttesalotis and nave way to Fred Anderson in the third. Fred also was easy for Tinker's men, but kept them from scoring more than two runs. Mordccal Itruwn occupied the hilt fur , the Cubs and, while he was hit rather freely townrd the close of the contest, lie demonstrated that It still Is early to hold any obsequies for him. Klevcn hits were pried from his delivery by the New Yorkers, but they could bunch them only In the third and ninth Innings. Th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 24 July 1916

'1ft' 11 THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1916. Pennsylvania Professional Golfer Makes New Record for Sleepy Hollow CourseHagen and McDonald Beaten MORE MATCHES SHOULD BE HELD FOR GOLF "PROS" Interest Conld Be Stimulated by Carcfnl Division of Trize Money. MANY OPPORTUNITIES FOR KEENER RIVALRY nr joii. n. A.nr.nsox. It hn been rather refreshing to see the keen Interest which ha been taken by the golfers of the Metropolitan and other dlBtrlcti In the exhibition mulches which have been held between the dif ferent professionals. A week ago there were no fewer than nix exhibition matchei by professionals n different parts of the country, and the attendance at all combined must have been closa to 1,0(10. We can never have n surfeit of thli tort of play. The question seems perti nent, therefore. Why Is It that we do not have more of It? My own Idea of this Is that thcro Is not enough rivalry between the different players to cauae a public desire to have the golf era matched. Moreover there Is th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 24 July 1916

THE SUN, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1916. T ij 1, EW YOIIK 1MIES8. , JULY 24, 11)10. I the I'otl office t New York Wond ClaM Mall Matter. aaWrlntlona br Mall, I'oatpald. Rrer Month j LT. Par Year... RAY, l'ar .Monin. j" ay fin rannrfal. Par Month..,. . so Jl,Y AND SUNDAY, Par Month... 18 Koauus lUiae. hlttV Oaf MnntK .........a 1 18 fRiLv isn niNUAr. Par Month... X t? TMK EVENING BUN. Par Month ts 80 1 ' THBGVISjnUBUA1lDrciii;ii. -"' " ai mnn-v nr.lera. Ac. to ba tsad payable to Tua Bus. Headers of Tna Sis leavlny town for tha ummar month! can havo the dally ana a .v.nlna ad lions oeiiverea 10 f, tkara fn any part ot thla country or turopa oa tha tarma ataiea - . "y:"",: chanted aa oftan desired. Ordar through newadealer or directly of Publication ufflce. Talaphona 2200 Baekman. Publlahad dally. Including Sunday, by the Sun Printing ami Publishing Association at 150 Naaeau "treat. In tha Horough of Man kalian. New York. President. Frank A. Munaay. IM) Naaaau atreet: Vlca-rreeldent. Mrvln 7War...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 25 July 1916

f Partly cloudy to-dy and to-morrow; little change of temperature. Highest temperature yesterday, 77; lowest, 69. Detailed weather, mail and marine reports on pago 1 1. VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 329. NEW YORK, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1916. Copyright, ltie. fey f flun Printing and rublUMng Auoclatlon. itnMiV la ntj Now VnrV. 1 K1m ONE Jm City and Newark, i TWO ASQUITH TELLS COMMONS HOME RDLEIS BLOCKED Sensational Scene In Parlia ment Lloyd George Threatens to Itesigti. REDMOND CHEERED, CHARGING- BAD FAITH Treniier Blames National ists for Refusing to Ac cept Amendments. 3,000 PRUDENTIAL AGENTS ON STRIKE IiiHinaiico Men Cnrry Out Threat to Act. as Union Mem bers Arc Dismissed. MASS MKETIXfl IS HELD Philadelphia Workers Quit and Four Other Cities Face Walkouts. I AND NEW YORK PRE SSj YONKERS CAR STRIKE MAY SPREAD TON. Y. Trolleymcn Plan to Extend, Tie up (o Manhattan Lines. SEYEN DROWNED IN i FAREWELL SERVICE OR NEAR NEW YORK FOR D BOAT'S CREW I Three Men, Three Ho.vs nnd , Communion Celebrated Aboa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 25 July 1916

' 2 THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1916. ' atl elite troop nej tne izist infantry division. .. . M Tim result 0F nve nays 01 aesperais efforta wns I'0 capture by the Russians of a lone cermin listening poet, which wns to hav n transformed eventually intM n advanced permnnent position. Ittisnlnn prisoners repeatedly reported trial thegP were on,jr flve or urvlvor In their"'""'. A rs.rron officers naturally make allow ances or "Meratlon In such caaea, but n i officers with whore the corre- .Jlent talked declared the low h,1 bMn very great. The German Jos" naturally were not Inconsiderable, j,,. were aecinreu 10 DC llgnt In com snson wun moe of the Russians. Espeet New Offensive. Whether the flliaalnna lll WI. ----- - - - - - . . . . , '! ii in t, men allOrtfl 111 this MrllAn nnlinnl I.. dieted, but a new offensive would not come a ! i rnvla. .ii.n. i. - ..... i. value nf hreaklnv th n ......... .. .w v. v i 1 1 1. 1 1 iiuiii B I U 1 1 H ii Kltlau ronn I" Mainly understood i enemy, nucn a ...

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