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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 27 July 1916

18 Three Metropolitan Golfers Show Way to Field of 1 12 in Qualifying Round of Ekwanok Invitation Tourney THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1916. MARSTON LEADS IN EKWANOK TOURNEY Despite Had Start and Weak Finish He Makes a 77 and Wins Medal. C. I. EDDY IS SECOND Mavciiihtm, Vt July 2. Maxwell jt Marstnn of Baltusrol, who won the flrit president' cup at tha Ekwanok Country Club a year ago, tad a, flald of HI (olfera In tha qualifying: round of the tun vent to-day with a card of 77. K was a little unsteady at the start and dnlihed the round with n five and a alx wtiere a four and a five would have been rionrl, but was still two strokes better than hla nearest competitor, C. r. Eddy ef Areola- The winning card: U.i H. M.rston. Il.ltu.ro : Out IlitSIII I, Jt .. I 1 S ! I M 1 7J A heavy rain had fallen durlnr the night and there was mora or les of a drliile all day, but from a study of the cor sheet It was evident that the chaws In the course at the first, second and eighth holes were respons...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 27 July 1916

14 THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1916. and nkw ronii riiKaa. THUItSDAY, JULY V.7, 11)10. Enlired at the Pout Office nt New Yotk Hecoud CU Mill Matter. Rutmrrlptlon liy Mall. Postpaid, DAILY, Per Monti DAILY, Per Year SUNDAY, I'er Month . ... SUNDAY (to Canada), I'er Month.... SUNDAY, Pr Yir . DAILY AND SUNDAY. I'er Year..., DAILY AND SUNDAY. I'er Month.. , Foknin ltir.. DAH.T. Per Month KUNDAY, I'er Month ........ DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Month... 0 0 U 00 M AO 5 SO It AO li 1 2.1 H. 1 Wl THE KVKNING SUN. I'er Month JJ THK llVKNINtl SUN. Per VBlr ... 5 SO TUB DVKNlNtl hllNtl- orelK.il, Per Mo. 1 M All check, money orders. Ac, to be made payable to Tiik Si M. rteadm of Tlt SCN leaving town for the ummer montha ran have the ; ally ami Sunday anil evening edition-, delivered to 1hm In any part of thla country MOT on the terma etate.l above changed aa often a de.lre.l. order h'"uh nawedealer or directly of Publication u:lue. Telephone ZUO Ueekman. Punll.hed ilally, Tiwluding Sunday. ' the Fu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 28 July 1916

v THE WEATHER FORECAST. ' f Generally fair to-day and to-morrow; little change of temperature, Highest temperature yesterday, 85; lowest, 73. dialled weather, mull mid marine repor.ta on page 9, IT SHINeIIL ' tin. VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 332. NEW YORK, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916. Copyright, 1916, by fne Sun Printing and 1'ubliahtng A.ooclatton. HMP1. r.PMT tlreater New Vork, Elsewhere, Itm; City and Ken ark. I TWO CKNTfl. s4fi9BBS3BFBHB iMBHaLaiHvI V.lsiisflssnasnaVaaasnasnai 'BslHlsrB flsfinHHHP-jiflssssmS BRITISH REGAIN GERMAN TRENCH NEAR POZIERES Onco Forced Out by Shell in?, Tluv Win, Despite Teuton Keenforecments. XOW HOLD WHOLE OF SECOND LINE Fierce Fighting Now On in the Vicinity of Del villc Wood. "GH EAT EST ARTILLERY BATTLE OF THE WAR" Haig's Big Guns Batter Front Northwest of Pozieres. London-, July I. Pozieres was as saulted In counter ntUcks by the Ger mans to-d.iy. hut despite the fact that they seem to have brought fresh troops to the sector the British forces to-night rd succee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 28 July 1916

PPM THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916. -it j J. the masterly moves made In the strike 1 ty the labor leaders and bv the officials l, -ll.,.u I ,k contending forces two men armd out forcibly na tho to.it directors In many moves th.it do not appear on the sur- fare. Thev nri nenerat Manager Maher, the short, powerfully set director of the I'nlon Hallway's forces, ruddy cheeked, blue eyed, with the voice and it.. ,.f ,h n..hi.. nn.l vit..r.ild. the broad chinned, high browed slrate- 1 .......1 . h.. -...I-, fight for the railway men. Kltigerald. In the mlxup. whose long gray hair tumbles down over The most excitement occurred a 143th hie forehead. Is an unusual rrr.n amonB f rf" Third avenue, "The Hronx s labor leaders He Is alert, with keon Mi"- est corner." where a. largo crowd of rray eyes that snap and a voice that Is Mr'k"- "Vmpath Hers and onlookers soft vet commanding . Rnthered. A small riot occurred there :achl mTta seeking to outwit the J" .nomine when bo.rd.A other. Each Is try...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 28 July 1916

w THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916. 3 I 3 PARALYSIS CASES H PORT HAMILTON Jjoptors Puzzled, as Place Has Urrn Under Quarantine for Weeks. 31 f!K; 151 NEW VICTIMS JCo IVrmits for Day -Excursions From City More I'p-Statc Cases. Aihnisb ther n' sllsht decrease In i'i lumber of deaths and new eases nf .r'an'ile paralysis reported yesterday i, cmniiarrd with the figure for the pttv.ou day the, number continued h'sli. Thirty-one. children died In the five hoiouchs and 151 contracted trie 4!ffAfi. The figures for Wednesday ntra .1.' dead and 1S2 new cases. Ilfallh officials, Federal and local, ere puiiled by three cases within the strict quarantine which haa been main Ulrjd mi the Fort Hamilton resetvn tlon. Three children of William M. Cllne, in engineer of the tion-commleeloned staff. Coast Artillery Corps Ueesle, U4, Kdwanl, fi, nnd Catharine, 2 wtre tsken 111 on Friday and were re insert to the Kingston Avenue Hospi tal on txvinesaay. The father said yesterday that ho knew hi children ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 28 July 1916

THE. SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 28, HUGHES SEES FALL ON MEXICO POLICY Also Gets Fats From Senator Abont Guard Conditions at Border. SPEECH BEADY SATURDAY Consents to Talk to Women at Beeeption at Astor Next ' Tuesday. BANKERS ARRESTED IN $306,000 FRAUD Vice-President and Secrctnry of Mutual Trust Company of Orange Confess. Crmrle E. lttighea cnme to town for few hours yesterday to keep several appointments at the Astor. Principal among these was a mcetlwr with Senator A, It. Kail of New Mexico, which the Senator lind requested In n teleRrnm tent to Mr. Hughe last Sunday. Senator Fall and Mr. Hughes spent forty-five minutes In conference. Not only did Senator Kail sttrply Mr. Hughes with facts regarding the treatment of Americana In Mexico, about which lie hii been collecting Information for a long time, but he also told nhout the National Guard situation In tho border CAmps. Neither the 3enator nor Mr. Hughes would discuss their Interview. The fact that Mr. Hughes does not expect to have hit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 28 July 1916

THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916. 5 FAVORITES FALL 111 LONG BRANCH SHOW Outside Horses Win by Slim Margins In Mnd Before an Increased Crowd. FOUR BLUES FOR HANLEY Carlton Quality, Beaten on Wednesday, Wins In Class for Ponies. Iono Dranch, U. J.. July 27. Out ildera scored henvlly to-day at ths hlbltlon of the Monmouth County Hors gjioir Association at Hollywood Park. Popular favorites; were beaten In many classes, but only by a few points, for In almost every Instance the Judge had difficulty In deciding the winner. The rlnK waa still muddy from the rains, but thcro were no serloua acci dents. Walter Hanley of Providence caused ths downfall of four favorites when he carried off tour dium wun norses tnai were considered to be Inferior to their opponents The first upset was when ht rode his bay gelding Twilight to victory In the saddle class. A few min utes later he caused a stir by sending Mrs. Hanley out on Twilight In ths class for women's saddle horsea. Mrs. Hanley handled the geld...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 28 July 1916

6 THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1,916. Investment Suggestions which are Conservntivo yet alive to the chanmiiiR oiwtuiiitie3 of the moment are furnished THRICE A WEEK to our customers .nul friends. Send for Bulletin b-o; free on request. UCarewfi'Ca Jl w all Klt.rl Journal Hill din.; 44 Broad St.,N. Y.l'.lZ Mrmfseri CMrofn Hoard nf rradt, Nno York Curl) Afnrsrt Ittoffotion. Toronto Standard !:rk Eitnnnit. Monti-oat Office. 47 HLFranritlaAailertil. nirect wire to Chicago. Toronto Montreal FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT 5EW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES. TllUltStlAT, JlJLT 27, 191(1, Foreign Soiling and Alnrming Crop Reports Aid Hears In Lowering Prices. J. K. Rice, Jr. & Co. Will Sell tn Aetna Kipln.lte. VtA. ti Aluminum I n. nf America, AO Hull emeriti .litdeitn Com. SO i.nllnrntaJ Insurance 100 Eastern Sdeel 1.1 I'M. lOOCenerul Millllfolil Pt. i International FJetatlnff JAjivrr Mortgage AO National Turk Hank AO ntri Car IIIK. l.tg. lOOTn.tlnr Wharton Irnn A 3. Com. 10 Wlnrhrsler Kepeatlng...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 28 July 1916

THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916. EAH10AD HEWB. Ore earning o far reported for tb thirl ""K ' J,llf 'mount to IS.lll.'ss anil jow ii giln of t;S2 41 over 1h rorreapond ir.4 rck ' JlllT. 1" The operated mileage el all rai road flgtirlnr In the return t ;iyc Weatern djrlrlrt railroad, ronlrlbutrtl i; .i mile and their groa re venue a amounted to HfH.tM with gain of IMVM, or 1.7 r cent Thn remaining mllnif and reve nue are Itlrlr evenly divided between Eut'rn and Southern district railroad, la eonillerir.r preliminary weekly figure ler IV cirreM month It will be -aelt to tcte Cat tr.n i-omhltwd report of ill Important ftit in Ju" 1915. .honed an Increaae In gm f(.f itat rn'-nth of one-third of 1. mile aa o-.irrf-l ",,n Jul'. 1". '"It decreeae of 4 2-S-, i tall compared with July, and i iKtut' "f fr compared "Hh Julr. WIS. Jisi'.lvf Attire lor June. 1)15, (hoard a de mi.. In (TOM of two-third ol 1 a mil 11 compared ith June. iu tnlled Slalea (All Dltlcte). Aggregate mileage of road report...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 28 July 1916

x 8 t''" THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916. SAVE NEW YORK CRY WINS 126 CONCERNS llnmif.'idiircrs In Fifth Ave nue Zone llcmlily Agrco to Move Elsewhere. BOMK AT A SACRIFICE Only Eight Firms So Fnr Ap proached Refuse to Vncnto l'rcmiscs. Itctwtcn tho new building rcfrulatlons which permit tlio erection of no more factories In tho Fifth avenue, retail xone and tho voluntary removal of manufac turers now located thero tho Havo New York Committee It confident that within two yr-.irs tin! clty'B most valuable) and most desirable retail district will ba en tlrely free from the factory blight which until recently threatened to destroy values nnd drive, tho hluh clan chops out of tho .Iclnlty. Tho committee reported yesterday that of a total of 200 manufacturers In the eoctlon Kd havo signed agreements to rcmovo their factories out of tho tone on or before tho cxplrutlon of their leases. Only clsht havo declined to remove. Tho district for which tho committee la worklnc Is that bounded by a li...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 28 July 1916

THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916. 9 f-f REALTY TRADING NEWS AND COMMENT Operators Investors and UuililiTx Hcsmnc Activity in Scvi'i'iil Sections. vo coNsrm'cTiox fjlkd Tli tr.its of Ilitr Owners to (let, Court Decision on Zoning Plnn Interests Builders. p.eil r'M'e buying was more noticeable .......I.. ,t,n, nn nrevlnlls dnvn of tho ' . veek Not on V was improvement nouccci i . ,r ".,"" ;, """"V ' . , ,, , b the Unnd and Mortgage Company, and la the amount of trading done but tlle dwelling at 107 West 131st street, also In the i-hararter of the business. also sold by this company, waa bought r.iMer.s took n prominent part In the!1' Mary Tapaher. dir's happenings, buying altea In upper sections "f the city ror improvement. netora were nlao In the field. Kor ex 'tors wi'lc mn.j in hit- i, .-,i -,, the P-le estate added , a h-Ul- lir !n (Ircniwlfn village, which now covers nn entire block front and which r.n doubt will be Improved. Professional triders wer active ou Washington Ileldds. w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 28 July 1916

THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1916. Hoodooed Giants, Crippled Yankees and League Leading Superbas Smite Foes in Intersectional Games 10 OLDRING'S HOMER WITH BASES FULL WINS FOR YAMS Circuit FH-ivo After Two Are Down in Ninth HriiigN Suc cess Over C1iicro. VMTOHS KH.IIT OA.MKIjY; MMSKL OOKS TO HAT Chu-aoo, .tuly 27. The Yankees gave Clarence Itowland nn mvful Jar here to-il.y nnd nlmost mule Charley Comls- key weep, sorrowful It Is doubtful If any more I looking rooters ever left ; Coml.key Park than the crew which filed out of Comtny'a baseball palace this evening. The Sox started off with u five run lead, which they held until the seventh, when 1'eck rued a homer with IJamnnnn on base, However, the White Box Mill were three to the. Rood when the Yank cripples went to bat In the ninth, but In this round a full house was on and two were out when Iltibe Oldrlng hit a homer. The. Yanks won, 8 to 6, and were as happy as n bunch of colic iclans winning their big came after the odds were 10 t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 28 July 1916

Jockey Shilling Suspended by Stewards for Unsatisfactory Ride on Ambrose in Race at Empire City Track TENNIS VETERAN unu iu iuum.THKKK EXTRA HOLES (!. P. (Jnrdncr Is Defeated by Chick Oarlnml nt Longwood. CHUJtCII AND DAVIS WIN Rojton, July 27. A slip of a, boy, "Chick" Garland of rittshura;, who Is Yale Intemcholnstlc champion and Is en tered In the Longwood junior champion ships, to-day became a factor to be con irffrcl In the lift matches, for the txn wood bowl, (larland defeated the ex perienced OeorBe I'. Gardner of Uotton, former .Massachusetts champion, at 4, j3, a ii, 6 2. J. Colkct Cnncr of Philadelphia ellml rated It N. Datm of Providence, con queror of Ward D.inaon, In tho hardeat foupht match of the oltiBlca, at J, ,6, 67, 61. Two other matches that were expected to furnish sensational tennis were Interrupted by a drizzle that prevented some of tho mitches s heduled being started at all. One was the meeting of Nat Nllea and Dick ll.irte, In which Nllea took the first tt,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 28 July 1916

12 THE SUN, 4 FRIDAV; JULY 28, 1016. AND NEW YORK PIlUSS. FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1010. Entered at tha Post Office at New York u Second Claaa Mall Matter. Sabscrtptlona by Mali, Postpaid. DAILY, Per Month DAILY. !r Year SUNDAY. Par Month .SO 80 . a eo 15 50 . t M . M . 14 . 1 t . 1 0 SUNDAY (to Canada), Per Month.... SUNDAY, Tr Year DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Year.... DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Month... Fornax IUTs. DAILY, Per Month SUNDAY, Vtr Month ,. DAILY AND SUNDAY, l'er Monttu.. TfiB EVENINO SUN. Per Month IS tub bvb.ii.mj bun, per Tear.. t M THE EVENINU SUN'I Foreign), 1'er Mo. 1 Ot All checks, money orders, Ac, to be Mad payabls to Tim Sum. Hearten of Tin Scs leaving town tor the rummer montha ran have the dally and Sunday and eventnr editions delivered to llim In any part or this country or Kuropt on tha lerma atatad above. Addnsses changed aa often aa deilred. order through nawadaalar or directly of Publication oraca. Telephone 2300 Beekman. Published dally, Including Sunday, hy the Sun Pr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 29 July 1916

4r - THE 'WEATHBR FORECAST. Generally fair to-daVr to-morrow fair , and warmer. Highest temperature yesterday, 78; lowest, 6a. totalled weather, mall and marine report on pw i 1. VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 333. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1916. CopyrigM, 11. h Bun Printing and Publishing AuoclaUon. rtKTti npMrn In Greater New York. 1 KUewtiere, UiO OrilIA Jersey City and Newark. (TWO CBNTfc 1 '.--A ,"V , ?' J P. MORGAN'S ESTATE VALUED! AT $78,149,024 J'rcsi'iit Head of Finn, Liu-jTest Bcneficiui'.v, (Jots 53,08,18. STATK WILL GAIN AKOUT 1.000.000 Deductions for Debts and Expenses Leave $00, MW.732 to Tax. JXTKHKST IX TWO IIOI. SKS $lMI,75,775 Art Collections in Metro politan .Miisetini Fixed at U.37.3:20. Tutsi assets of .1. I'lerpont Morgan's tstate. is appraised fur inheritance tax purposes, are $7fc,14'.,024. This In ex tiujlve of property outside New York Mate and of h remainder Interest which .asi-fcl hy virtue of a power of appoint went xiMed in Mr. Morgan. Doliii Hons consisting of d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 29 July 1916

THE SUN, SATURDAY, JUL? 29, 1916. tot lull on the surface curs, the bicycle " anil ttrjloreyile patrolmen Mnl ortier to follow Ihr i nts. The chief olllolal of the Fiilon Hall way Company, which Is a subsidiary nf mo i ami Avenue nnu which opci.tie:. In Tin- Hronx, Im IMwIn A. M.iiioi. .Ir Upon hltn lias fallen tin- lirunl of the work In seeking t' defeat the strike One of 1 1 Im chief moves nan t "end I" the llovvcry, tin- Kant Side ami other place where crooks and gunmen fine. Kilt lie r ami hire llii'in an strike lire alien HO the satellites of Jack Sltoeco, .lack Davis, Jak Poggl iilnl other gang lend era were taken to Tin- Hionx In auto mobile! anil ict In work , When a woman In Tin- llrnnx wanted to lioanl n trolley ear yestorduy she was called nxn to signal to a inntorniiin, . who prolsably liail a prlMin lecunl, She handed her nickel perhaps to a cocaine user and took her peat near a gangster, who was Just longing for a light. It also ) happened In some Itistunc cs that anio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 29 July 1916

AVj-y'i 1 'f.lt'Z, 3' TV-. THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1W6. WAR MOVES TOLD III OFFICIAL REPORTS firitisli Claim Capture of Last Strongholds in LoilffUCTfll. DKIjVILLE wood ours'! Berlin Reports Hand to Hand Fighting Sonth of Somnie. loNPON, July 2. The official report ', lued hy tlic Hrltlh War Ofllre to-night na follow : Con'lnulng their success of jester tty, our troops liao captured the last entmy stronrholds In I-ongueval, to jtthtr with a number of prisoners. In the vicinity of Pozleren hand to hand namina nun i-diuiuucu inruuanout in? iy. Klstwhere on the battle front there was cotudi.er.ible artillery .activity by sMh sides. Two hostile aeroplanes were de moved ly one of our aeilal patrols In the iie'ihhorliood of Uapaume yes terda The text of the British afternoon stste nint follows After severe righting we have driven the Klfth Brandonhetg division from 'her n-maltilng pos.tlon In Dclvllle wood, i-n;ituiIt!S thiee otllcers :ind US irfn The whole wood now ti In our .mud .mil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 29 July 1916

risVj SUN, SAYuilJuAi, oI'jux id, iviv. CITY ASKS SAVANTS TO STUDY EPIDEMIC To Py ExptMiRnn of Mrdlrnl Expertn in Convent Inn I!o flnnlng Thursday. 85 DTE; NEW VICTIMS, 1.11 $78,149,024 ESTATE Fight on Jiifnntllo Fiirnl.vHU Eltipwhorn Oops on ITnnbatfd. To brlnir vlvldtjr to the attention of leader of medical research In America tho problems connected with Infantile inr.ilysl., Ita prevention, cure nnd means of transmission, Health Commissioner Haven Kmenvon sent Invitations yester day to twelve Otattnjrutahrd laboratory workers to attend a convention to be held In New York on next Thursday ami the following days. At thin convention the tpeclsllsts from outside the city anil eight nr ten recognised medical nuthorl tta In the city. Including Dr. Simon Pinner and Dr. Abraham Jacobl. will Melange opinion on treatment nnd the mrana of coping with an epidemic nuch aa I menacing the children of New Tork city. Although much enlightenment Is ex pected, the greatest benefit will be de rived ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 29 July 1916

LONG BRANCH SHOW CROWD INCREASES jii(lirt" Hhv Puzzling (Jui's lioiis to Snlvp in Awni'd inr III 114 KiMions. F.NTHI'SIASTS BOXES BjiI I With Thousands of In itiitious Onl Will Kml Affnir TnniKht. T1N1 HRANfll. N. J July 2.,A luge crowd intended the. display of the Jfnnrmm'h County Horn- Show ,,eln. linn on ll uronnrU hi Moll) nnoil p,,rk U.(tiY The mill nn the opening? (ny and yesterday kept tlip Httenil.inef ilown, Hit tM afternoon th" weather Has IdoHl n Ion,: before the JtldRliiK v.ij sn-heil tilM I ft Marl, the ground were well nun There wore im accident atirl th lu'titf re Kieatl) fillzr.lofl In wle-t lit winner" of the blue ribbon, hut o itl1 thev rlo 'heir nork thnt their sward wore creeled with applause by lh twr"e lover. The bnxe" were filled. The winners In the nrloti cla'ar rr: flu. 4Palr" of harn. hor not ex r1lrc hatnl- Won Ity Ml. Con, ,nn Vaiiclaln'a 1,'id) Pllham, hr m ..4 i.i. .remit tlltlinin. br. e . Walter It Hnle' f-unshower and Italnbm. aoennd. it.minoii Farm'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 29 July 1916

. . , , ....... 6 THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1916. LATE NEWS FROM THE BOOK CRITICAL REVIEWS OF THE SEASON S LATEST BOOKS Mr. Chambera Enjoyable New Romance Stories With a Literary Flavor Britons in Fairyland. New Fiction by W. Pett Ridge, Percy Ross and . Edith Blinn Peter Pan in a New Guise. Many Kinds of Books for Boy Readers Society and Prisons, Sailing, Selling, and Other Subjects. Lore and War. While Hubert V. Chambers In his title The Oirl Phillppa (Appletoni), apparently wishes to suggest the am blRuotiH meanings of th French "fllle" which "Klrl" docs not have, his delight ful heroine soon drops all traces of dlsreputablllty and proceeds to display her fondness for the man she prefers with a candor nnd persistency that embarrass the fortunate youth and will greatly please tha reodor. The skill and tho cleanness with which Mr. Chnmbers handles lova affairs are among the best qualities of the fiction he chooses to write, nnd his Phlllppa, In spite of tho melodrama with which s...

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