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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 25 July 1916

I ' THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1916. PRIESTS SAY POLICE EVIDENCE IS FALSE Jfffrs. Brann and Dunn on Stand. Declare They Did Not Talk as Beportcd. ONE ADMISSION MADE Chancellor Says He Did Know That Dr. Potter Was Wanted as Witness. Denials by clergymen of having en gated In compromising telephone con ventions which the police tapped marked the first day of the defence yee- I..J... In Itia tfthti hn VbiIm . L. - ....... ....... ... . , 1B chsrjtM of conspiracy, libel and perjury (ireenhium Is rnrf.,i' uMlce Ureenbaum Is conducting, which J In the Criminal Uranch of the Supreme Court Mgr. Henry A. Hrann, rector of St. Agnes's Church, declared that he had been falsely reported as participant In an alleged conversation. Dr. Daniel C. rotter, former Baptist minister, repudi ated most of the phonograms In which be figured, and Mgr. J, J. Dunn, chan cellor nf the archdiocese of New York, called untrue many In which he was re puted to hate engaged. Mgr. Dunn acknowledged, however, that he h...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 25 July 1916

THE SUNi TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1916. FEWER BABIES ILL; 31 DEATHS IN DAY NoRelnxing of Efforts (o Cnrb Epidemic of Infan tile Paralysis. - (PLAN TO All) TRAVELLERS TJ. S. Surgeons Arrnnclnjr Tni- 'form Qnnrantinc Rules in Three States. I There was further reason yeterday for belief that the epidemic of Infantile paralysis la on the wane, particularly In Brooklyn, the boroimh most affected, but the local and Federal health authorities, Who take nothing for grnnted, Increased their efforts to curb the disease. , A total of eighty-nine new cases and thirty-one deaths were reported In tins 0ve boroughs for the twenty-four hours. This win twenty-six fewer cases but kht more deaths than were otndally registered the preceding day, r. Haven Emerson? Health Commissioner, said he Won Immensely pleased to nmiounco that ((9 fewer babies under 1 have died thus fcr this year than during the corre sponding period n year ago. Dr. Charles E. Dank.", senior surgeon la charge of seventeen public hejlth er ...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 25 July 1916

THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1916. Vr ' : LONG BRANCH READY FOR BIG HORSE SHOW jfnir Tliiin tt.oOO Invitations ltirtl for Kali to lie Given in Hollywood Hotel. JIANV HOXKS ARK TAKEN Ifnny Content to He Host nt Diiinci' for .Monmouth Association Officers. tAso llRANCH, N. J.. July J4. Tha annual horse show under auspices of the Monmouth County Association, which aw.i marks the height of the season ji i.nnc llianch, will u?s:lii on NVdnes ami will continue throughout the ttk. It will he hold, as for more than tftfiity ye.irs. In llollyw oo,l Park, The hoxholdcra Include Mm. (leorge l, Pullman, Mm. J. Horace llardlnr. Mrs. Antlwny X. llt.idy, Mm. Carl Tucker, Mm. Henry tiellgman, Marshall Wooley, l J. Casey, Jefferson Sella; man, Mrs. M. J. O'Urlen, Dr. Samuel HaMtll. Hobcrt I.. Washington, t)r. J. XI. K Egan. l'rank V. Strauss, Nicholas y, Hrad, Miss Clara S. Peck, Adolph I,elfohn, Mrs. A. J. Lindsay, Harry Content, Lewis K. Waring, Kdwiird Hcrker, Alfred X. llcadleston, Mm. Joseph J o'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 25 July 1916

. THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1918. nr 1 . VICE GRAFT EXPOSED of Underworld Men Tell Swann of Payiag Protection Money. OS TBAIL OF 'HIGHER UPS' "led" levlne, Informer, At tacked in Street, Accuses Plainclothes Men. A swarm of men of th underworld. Perseus who acknowledged tbemselv as business scent for women conducting disorderly houses, went befor District Attorney Swans and his assistant, James X.. Smith, yesterday to tell of paying protection mqney to policemen. It bes been developed from Ihetr atateavsnts and other Information In hand that twenty hous thus far known paid 110.000 la th Ust year and a half for tttolr sham. It Is ths belief In th Die- Mat AMonoyVt offlo that this us but a Ma slice of the total graft collected. lowly th trail Is mounting higher: Bess lieutenants now are on the list of Mspected shnrera In the vice rool. Tha Bward steps hnve brought within vision sen of higher rank In the department. TBelr Identity will b revealed later In us weeK. u is surmised. Judgi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 25 July 1916

sflte'-ss - 'Mm&mi9??- - - ll" ' CHALME R BiHll CHALMERS j WHY C. T. SILVER SELECTED CHALMERS CARS AND BOUGHT $6,250,000 OF THEM k r w BBS? fir Until I signed a contract a few days ago with the Chalmers Motor Com pany I had never ridden in a Chalmers car. I had never seen the Chalmers plant in Detroit. I had never met Mr. Chalmers. When the deal started I said : "I want the Chalmers line, and I stand ready to do business in an hour's time." I knew right then how good the Chalmers cars were; I knew how well the Chalmers Company was being run. I did not have to take a ride, nor cross question Hugh Chalmers. Recently I had read how one big merchant in Detroit had signed with Chalmers; how another big man in Boston had joined the family; how another wise one in Chicago had enrolled. So I proceeded to act. I made a deal in record time. I signed a contract, put up my money and committed myself to $6,250,000 worth of them in twelve months. The truthfulness of that little slogan "Qualit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 25 July 1916

ear,' 5 (-." -a a.Vl''' r? 8 THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1916. .t V. KIDDER. PEABODY ft GO. 115 Deranshire St. I0ST0N 17 Wall St. NEW YORK Investment Securities Foreign Exchange Letters of Credit Correspondents ol BARING BROTHERS ft CO., LTD. LONDON iWMU Established 1973 MM Tobey&kirK sB.BkkU Jt NcwYork.il mnvm NY.Stock Exchamw WILL BUY: I An. Typefounder 61, 1939 ward Baking m Bklyn Boro Gas 1st 5s Am. Malting Co. 6s Hecker, J. J., Mill 1st 6s United Lead Co. 5s Celluloid Co. Barnhart Bros. & Spind 2nd Singer Mfg. Co. Horn & Hardart Standard Gas Light 5s Trenton Potteries Com. Auto Sales Gum & Choc. New Jersey Zinc FINANCIAL NEWS AHD COMMENT Market Starts With a Spurt, but Ends With Prices Generally Lower. LITTLE OUTSIDE BUYING Important Interests Expect Hlse In Trices When Air Becomes Clearer. After a brave spurt In the early deal ings stocks yesterday developed Irregu lar tendencies with the. general course tjjg IfSW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE TRICES. Monday, Jtiw 24, 191...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 25 July 1916

THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1916. 9 MONEY AND EXCHAiraS. CAM MONEY. llnl. lie High. Low. Latt. Inf. new' I'l 2 l'.t l'l 2 24 :, I- July :i . ... Jul; to date Tear to time W.-k ended! July 80. t! ! li .. 14 July 31. nil ..... 7 : .. 14 .. Auitul 1. 113 .. : 1 84 .. TIME MONEY.-Market dull, with light ef.riin There l good demand for In dui'.hal Smy daya. 34tt'lVe: ninety day. j-,14'".; four mom In. 14(1 It! Ave montha, J,j. lx monthi. 404ri. The range In the week ended July ,"o. 191.'., 14ti.Y for iU di lo lor l month": range In week ended July SI. I'll, (mm nominally V, (or all datei. range In the eek ended Autun I. 1913. (roni iWUir, (or rlxty day 10 t1 lor lx nmntlii SPtl TREASURY -Neta Ynrk bank gained from the Sub Treasury K.tin.on.); 0it aime Ut Friday. i:.l.i'i BANK ACCEPTANCES :4tHVl tor ellil. fell bill. 2M3a'it (or ineligible bille. The yuh Trraiury n creditor to the Clear. Irif Home to the Client o( ll.JW.TM, COMMERCIAL PAPER Market ey Rate were (Oi't'V lor nty to ninety day...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 25 July 1916

10 M" - THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1916. oottoit xaixet. WMk kMrr ntM reported ti taa Tkstera MM ever 8o4ar and a forecast e man en Tueslij la ill Met loi eicept northern Ala bama aad Mliitailppl. and with crop daraage reports mora numerous this ever, me cotton market scored quite sharp advances yeiterday, particularly la the afternoon. Ilia opening waa ataadr at a net advance of 4 to I polnte ob covering orders and scattered outalda buying, which waa readily supplied by hoaata with New Orleans connection!. Tha latter market did Bat reflect tha opening strength here and It waa auumed br aoma tradere that tha stents waa aalllnf there aa hadfaa against tha aaw crop. After tha earning prices aold off to wlthtn a (eaplo at polnta of Baturdar'a cloaa. Offer Ian aradnallr dlmlntahad and arotmd mlddar a mack battar damand rime In, idfinclng the llit back around opening lerela. Travellers romlai from tha South reported that crop conditions la many lectlona wara deplorable and prlvate'wlree ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 25 July 1916

THE SUN, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1916. RUSH PLANS FOR HIGH BUILDINGS Owners, Fcnrlnfr Restriction, Get Designs on Record for Lnrjro Structures. TWELVE OPERATIONS $10,300,000 Cost of Skyscrap ers Designed to Offset City's Dans. New Tork city never had such a day si yesterday In the matter of planning monumental hulldlrrgs. With the Board of Estimate holding Its Ian hearing to day before taking final action on the plan to establish factory, butlners and residential zones throughout tho city and to limit the height of all buildings (retted In the future, owners of many well located properties which are not now Improved to tho maximum have had plans ruined through the Bureau of Buildings to offset any action the city my take. Twelve plans were placed on record for an equal number of structures ranging In height from nine to twenty itortet which. If erected, will cost their builders a total of $10,331,000. Four apartments were plnced on record, the heights hetng twelve or thirteen stories. One...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 25 July 1916

l2 THBl Sl)N, TUESDAY, JULY' 25, 1916. Giants and Yankees Are Beaten in Exhibition Contests, While Superhas Rest Up in Dear 014 Flatbush CLEVELAND A RUN AHEAD OF GIANTS Lee Magee Hurts Ankle in Exhibition at Buffalo ROBBIE RILED AT GEORGE STALLINGS Matty Makes Local Debut as Reds' Manager To-day 'Twill Be a Tearful Occasion for Those Who Revered Big Six as a Giant Fixture Herzog Got Big Bonus for Signing With McGraw. NEWARK OUTBATS REBELS, BUT LOSES HURLERS WORKING HARD IN MAJORS Many Stars Arc Proving They Can Equal Old-timers. Inter-Lonpriio Exhibition Fnlls to Reflect Glory on Mc (Irnw'H Entry. INDIANS THIUMPH BY 3-2 Cwviwxi), July 24. The. (Bants dropped off here to-day for an exhibition game with the Cleveland American Leaguers. It being- the first time a New York National Lengue team appeared Calnst pig leaguers In the Forest City alncs 1899, when the National League condensed from a twelve to an eight club league. The (Hants' visit here netted them llttlo glory or money. The ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 25 July 1916

13 THE SUN, TUESDAY,, JULY 25, 1916. I former National Tennis Champion at Last Comes Out of His Shell, Only to Be Def dated by "Peck" Griffin WILLIAMS VICTIM OF TENUIS UPSET Former Xn.ionnl Phnmplon Is Beaten by Ortffin at Lonpwond OVER IX STRAIGHT SETS Bono. Jul'v 21. California" strong hind In lawn tennis was apparent to day on the courts of the Longwood Cricket Cluh. ft. Nnrrls Williams 2d. former nitlontl champion, wan put out ef the twenty-sixth Lorn wood slngleti j ritrence .1. (.rUTln of Son Francisco. . Trie 'core a .-5, 7 S. More followers or tne fnmn picnen Willlami to come through to the new than favored V. M. Johnston, the, rMinnal M'le holder. Grlflln was no bet ter than i third choice. The result wa i distinct ehork to Easterner. Williams exhibition wan far from the tennis he plajs when at the top of There wna Utile flnlMi lo his It 7 j i. .u. . ,1,,. k. !..,. atrokes. despite the fact that he played l.li rim r.xe a M.'r '-i ".i in;,, 'urn- I'instlon of the real Willia...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 25 July 1916

THE HTTW TTTHSSTIAV TTTT.V ok lOIA t AND NEW YORK PltESS. TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1010. Catered at the Pott Office at Nw York w Second CUM Mall Matter. Sabaerlptlons r Mall, Postpaid. DAILY, Ptr Month W M DAILY. I'r Year SO SUNDAY, Per Month ti ftUNDAY (to Canartal. Per Month M SUNDAY, Par Year.. t M DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Year.... Ml DAILY AND SUNDAY, per Month... It KoitlOS tllTII. DAILY, Par Month 1 M flUNDAY, Per Month DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Month... 1 N THE EVENING) SUN, Per Month M THE ana. ivr.iiu eu., rer -i ear. . . a vv THBKVEN1NO 8UN(Furln),l'r Mo. 1 01 i EVKNINU SUN, Per 'Year I V All checka, money ordtra, Ac, to be was payaoia to tus bun. Raadara of Tni Bin leavlnf town for the Simmer montha can have the dally and unday and evening edltlona delivered to them In any part of thla country or Europe on tna irrma aiatea aoove. Auurtm, chanted aa often aa dealred. nrder through neweaaaier or directly oi l-uoncauon unit Taiepnone jjw miimin, Puhltihed dally. Inrludlna Sunday, by th Su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 26 July 1916

VOL. LXXXIII.-NO. 330. NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1916. Copyright, 191. by the Sim Printing and FuHUalno AuoclaUon. pPMm In Drealer New York. 1 KlMirhm VjEiiN X Jersey City and Newark. J TWO CENTS. CITY ZONE PLAN ADOPTED; BARS! QtfYQPR iPPR OiVlOUllnllJiVOl Hush to File Specifications Under Old Law Pre cedes Actum. TOTAL FOR TWO DAYS KXCKKDS ftW.OIMKOOO Murray Hill Saved for Homes nt Last Estimate Hoard 11 oaring. MO Kit AX WLS TOIXT OVEIt HAKOX ASTOK - . af- KCaltV hXpel'tS Agree JlOVC I Is Great Stride for Sta bility of Values. travel." , The latter will not come South for prob- She was found yesterday to be suffer- ably two months. , IV v-,-1. ' with ,i well recounted case of In-. Lifting the embargo upon able bodied No more skyscrapers in .ew lor. tantill pnrayilB on the diagnosis of Dr. men has resulted In a pronounced move No more Wnolworth. Singer or Metro- George . Goler. city health officer of ment on both sides of the Hlo Grande. r-,iun lowers Vi. more. Fniiitable H -Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 26 July 1916

2 THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1910. GERMAN LINE FIRM UNDER HEAVY SHOCK Desperate Attacks of British Northwest of Tcronno Foil to Effect Breach. HANI) TO HANI) GKAPPLE3 Kaiser's Men Tell of Desper ate Fighting Great Brit ish Forces Used. ItBArqiMRTrrta or this Obrmaw AnMtM m Tilt Rommk, July 24 -Berlin, 25, via lendon, July 26, From great headquar ters, with vivid Impressions of a sermon dellvtrcd by a military chaplain before the Kaiser nnd n congregation of sol tiers fresh In mind, the Associated Press correspondent returned to-day to the Immediate front, where the great nllled offensive ngaln flickered up In a scries of definite British attacks on the Ger man lines northwest of F-eronne. These llnea, barely moved, although the Hrltleh attacked In force with eleven divisions. Including two absolutely fresh ones, on the comparatively narrow front between Culllcmnnt and Thlepvnl. The French share of the offensive was limited tn a couple of vicious stabs of merely local extent near K...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 26 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1916. 444- 3 BLACKLIST REALLY HOT SO SWEEPING Sprinir-Hifo Spps folk atifl Clrnrs I'p Several Vex-in"- Points. VlKa- WKIMELIUS VANDERBILT, leader in the work of helping guardsmen's families, talking to a wife who will be saved from wnm oy ine active service Auxiiinry. NOT AIMKD AT NKfTHALS- ExMinir Conlnu'ts to Bp Filled Wilson Snvod From Writing Xotc. n asiiinoton. July ::.-Foiinwtnr fci.ferenee to-iUy betwj-n H'r 1.V0II Fpr MK-K.rc. HrltMl Amli isr-Mlnr, ami jrlln S'ieliir.v of Stat I'ol'rf, the tn fion hfre over the Hrlt'sll blnrUllst re laxed fomli,it. The AmlMssndnr Houitht ic.issurlnr atlvlefs relative lo Ihf tntn prrlnttoti (Ireut Hrluln puts on ihf blackllstlne of Amerli'iin firm and ih'mfil ll will not lie iii wide In scope as lhl tlinernnient fenrert. A a result the Administration has rt ftrrert the annoimrement of policy, and I'rcsldfnt Wilson's ien hax been stayed in the process of writing another note It was tnnde dear, however, that this On...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 26 July 1916

4 INSURANCE HEN WILL AID STRIKERS Thousands From Other Com panies Heady to Flnnnco Prudential Agents. HELP NOT NEEDKD, REPLY Joseph Cnrroll, nt Mass Meet ing, Urges a Federal Investigation. Sevsral thousand Industrial Insurance afsnts of other eompsnles notified the striking; scents of th Prudential -Insur-ance Company, meeting In Bryant Hall yesterday, that they were willing to finance Ihcm until the strike was brought to a successful Issue. When Uio J.J00 men In the hall heard this offer from their business opponent they stood upon their chairs and cheered for fl minutes. Then a resolution wai adopted thanking; the other agents and courteously declining, with the explana. tlon that money was not needtd at praeant. There was much enthusiasm about Bryant Hall. The ranks of the 3,000 ware) swelled encouragingly by about SO0 mora agents from New York, New Jer sey and Pennsylvania. Detroit des patches announced that two-thirds of the Prudential Industrial agents there had quit work. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 26 July 1916

.'H LaaaH HARRAGANSETT NOW1 TURNING TO BRIDGE Pl iiiHT Wiivp Knpnlfs ppi Mrs. Whnrton Poor Knter tninintr Jinny Women. FllfST TKA PAXCK U1VKX Mr. nml Mrs. Terry Hclmoiit. Air Kiitci'lnliipd nt Casino hy Londoner. N'(nr.vnA.r.TT Pir.n, July 2.1 A wave of hrldse pUyliiT h.i struck Nnrramiti elt Mmy ilovolooo pf the Rnm mM ih's aflernnon at Klit flock, the !a of H John II Poor nf Washington. .Mrs. ' tVhlrtnn Poor of New Yolk, who Is ii:n; the iimmor with her mother- 'n.lSK, enlert.illie,! at four Mbles ns a ' rrnipllment to Mr Krark B. Washburn ot New York, who Is n guest at Flat rtnek. Among the pltyers were Mis. PvM S Hker, Mrs. Benjamin 8. .".tins. New York . Ml llese Mun rlkhuysen, M.iltlmore. Miss Marguerite Prf.'cott, Washington; Mr. H. P. W.ller, Hushing. I.. I.; Mrs. Caryl Hob rt. M! He!e Samuel. Philadelphia; Mr P.onlmd Hazard, Mra. Erllng r li.'tl.y Mrs C Coburn Darllnt, Miss tfelen H nthy. Providence; Miss Annie i. au i.r.m--. ...-s noueno iane. colum-, hu. mi". Tea wan serv...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 26 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1916. I 44 RFiPPflRTIftNMF.NT HUI11 1 V1I11V1IIIIU11I I ACT IS INVALIDATED I Otnrt of Appenls Holds 1910 Legislation to Be Un constitutional. 01 SENATORIAL DISTRICTS Vail Election Probably Will Be Conducted According to Old System. Albany, July it. The reapportion sent set of the 191 Leglsleture wss Invalidated by the Court of Appeals to Slav In an opinion deolarlna the leclth. ton "unconstitutional and void." Oot. Whitman Is understood to be op posed to raiting an extra session of the leglslsture to nact a reapportionment ct that will Hand the test of the courts and the fall elections probably will bu ondueted according to the old appor tionment. Tha court held the 1018 reapportion (sent act la unconstitutional so far as It applies to the county of New York, but overrules the decision of the Ap pellate Division that the establishment of fifty-one Instead of fifty Senatorial tflitrlcta ts unconstitutional. Judga Chase, who wrote the decision, which was c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 26 July 1916

IR lb. ito hlr lhf I Ht of t n peel. rrlc-pro- v In 44 ''Ion lent Mr. ntet k.r- or"a : :30 1 ted f.r- i n t of I ilio lth D. ace, rr, rl.h ten, th. th. iur it- ia. n- tr of 10 WW 1. It nd h. ib-b- It at ti tter llt- Th pu- th rail All- ' In I Inal leld i In co unt! I Utjr qu.l ind. o- .um er iica l ni tut. rierl m. hi hit of e,M Id, ra in I rtln of inn odi 100 hen no- ira, hat re nd 11 ill-1 or es- It rtr rh. Ing lUltl th of I rD.I her ma th ha Her at- lay raa I a I li W6 SOCONY TRADEMARK MOTOR Motorist The Standard Oil Company of New York produces only one regular grade of gasoline for motor cars SOCONY Motor Gasoline. Some dealers and garage men are selling poor blends and worthless mixtures under mis leading names, trying to make the motorist believe he is get ting our well-known product. Do not let them deceive you. If you want the genuine, reliable SOCONY Gasoline, look for the RED, WHITE and BLUE SOCONY sign on service stations and garages. ' This sign is the guarantee of qual...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 26 July 1916

THE SUN,' WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1916. FARMERS THREATEN " BIG MILK STRIKE f " m JJeifne Forming to Get High er Price or (tat Off City's ' Supply. DAISIES RUN AT A LOSS Eefhlatlve and Private In quiries Show Decline in AllUUBlXt It plana new ki tha making are car ried out Naw Tork Atata may witness This fall an oreranlxeJ attempt try farm era to oompel ths milk dlitrlbutln osgnjsanles to par them trior money for their prottuot Originators of the plane ay that a rreat milk strike la not Im poaatbl auch a atrlke aa the dairymen around Chicago, employing picketing and other taottca of the Tabor unions, under took uoceaafully lait apring. , Ttom many parta of the fltata oocne UsbiaI report of the dairyman'a condi tion. For yara it haa been pictured In huea the darkness of which haa been , aarantuated In the hut two years by the alarm! rff rtee In the coat of the staples that the farmer and tits family must buy. On the one hand there la the testimony of many dairymen, backed by lnveattira ti...

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