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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 29 July 1916

THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1910. CENTRAL STATES BE BATTLEGROUND .Republicans Wish to Reclaim Ohio, Indiana, Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska. ROOSEVELT ON STUMP Has Consented to Make at Lcnst Four Speeches in Maine in September. Lending Republicans, Including such men m James A. Hemenwsjr And Joseph 0, Kcnlln of Indiana, Representative William H. McKlnley of Illinois, Senator rill of New Mexico nnd National Com mitteeman R. II. Howell of Nebraska, who bavs been In conference In this city In tho last few ilnys and have had talks wllli Charles E. Hughes and Chair man Wlllcox are unanimously of the opinion that the great strategic battle ground of this campaign la to be In tho central Stntes. In fact these men, all of them ex perienced campaigners, are likening this campaign to those of 1896 and 1900, In tbOM years the main efforts of the Re publicans under Mark Hanna were di rected from Chicago, with New York merely as the headquarters for tho East. That was because tho virus of Dryanls...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 29 July 1916

THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1916. Tilney,Ladd&Co. Bonds for Investment New York FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Tilers of Stocks Improve n IjK tin on Shorts' Cover ing in Sninll Mnrkct. Possibilities in Government Bonds nf some of the most Important Kuropeati natlont, ranted by the present abnormally low rata of eirhnngo, created by war conditions, nlll lin explained for those irhn communicate with in and request a copy of our Circular No. IMKo. A. B. Leach & Co. Investmont Sccuriliea 162 Cedar Street, New York Chlrmirjr. Honton PhllaJflphla SECURITY VALUES axxA tlaolr FUTURE We have prepared a special analysis of the present mar ket and conditions. Anyone interested in se curities can secure a copy of this letter. It should be read most carefully. The analysis will give a Clear idea of the present situation and what the future holds for security valuej. H'rt'fr for free copy. C. R. BERGMANN & CO. Investment Securities ' 66 BROADWAY, NEW YORK I Tetephonei: Hector 68G0-1-2-3-4...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 29 July 1916

i RAILROAD NEWS. (.mi rerenucs nf nil railroad so fsr re am fin 111" thud week ol July, nn a iniii"o nf lO: amounted In 14.111,143. m livrcas, of tl,35l,3'3 ovpr th correspond, in rrk nf .till )!.. UnilroaOn In the d.strli apparently are show pig a relatively (renter pcrieiitage of galti.ln rro tn43 I lit ' Southern E.vtprn llislruts. jini Hi nciirr.it let cl of gam In roa la above hat shown during 111- second wppk nf j,!r 1 nnsiderlng preliminary weekly fl l,rf' i ir I he nrrcnt mmilfi It will bo well o ti.te that 'I'1 ronblnnd rrports of all Impnrtsnt es'i In Julr IMS. showed an Itirresse In trim trr that month "f one third of Ufc a mile aa CMppared It" July. 1914. Imt dcerease of I2.J5 mill' s rnmpsrrd with Julr, 1913, and , Mrrnu ef 9f aa compared Willi July, 191J. f .in af fmires Inr June, inlfi. hnived a dp. ,-ei ;n rro of two-thirds of 1 a mile M eompired with June, 1914. United Stales (All Districts). Increase Aggregate nuleege of roads rpportlnt Panel mr ine period Tilrd ek...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 29 July 1916

IF 10 THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1916. PRODUCE MARKETS. bi:.'ni Nn ri:.x.s -itrrripn, is; i.to been liea i.aa, Marrow, choice. 100 lba., .H ji ) lii in x.h-I, tatiii.JS. iiipdlam choice, I'j y t.i iali in go. I, Is-dUto, pea, choice, rt.Ht. u t'lur lii cl, ii.7l. Lady Wan- wipnti. I .i 1 1 furii In . 9uOtV.6; atnett white, ('ill r furnin, ihoiiv, 19.73$ 10 1 red kidney, choice, lii.OitiK.f." i f.lr In tcKi, tsusCO; red marrow, Choice, fajl'i 111 i 1 klilno; , I In. Ill', liwitio, Jinprtlal., tiiHHi, 'i lovj.tfi . )rtluw eye, rholie. Is : plnka. California, Timlin, 1.mr,i1 't; linn, California, nmoc, 1747,10, lM, Scutch, choice, p. , l.l in I, ru-, California, t4.ti.Vti4.7i, Monll.irii, f- .iiuij iiurrr.ii iinfinin r ili i . i.'.v 11.769 packages. Cream- i-.ri, ht in -,1'fci limner i flrMr, s In 91 si.irrt, 2i,ti l-l In 7 nnrcl, 2.'.', ft 274c . souring, iii 29c Menu .. itui-i.. :in ri'niiifr.t. iititllni( extras, 3i.b aiHi'. i iiiiin-r Murliif , Si'.iH.IUir. .IrN, jiij.-. im'..i..n...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 29 July 1916

tHE? SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1916. 11 ROD AND GVX. ROIl ANO irx. Up the Hudson By Daylighti All Service Dally F.lrept Sunday. Plrtit lull Connection to all point in lb (atikir.s. Saratoga, th Adirondack, th ' Wast anJ North All through rail ticket between N'ew Ynnk unit Albanv . ... . I Uu-I Restaurant ' j neamer -- aeninaioei inini" or "Heel ttrtrk Hudson" lnvn Dnbrnnti Kt.. 1:40 SI . W 42d Kt , I A M . IV. lttlh St.. :lt A M . Tor.kers. I IS A M: landing at wsat rani, .wrinrgn, roughkeepsle, Klr,,,un o,n. ,u and Albany. Aaa Str. "Robert Pulton' kxiM st.. :40 A. St.; V 4:rt Mr.. 10 a. 11 I. 12lh St., 10:20 A. St ; Tonker. 10:11 SI, for Heir Mountain. Wet Point. Corn wall, Newburgh and Poughkeeptl and return Information at Drsbrosses St Pier, N. T. Tl. 4111 spring. MhyUI Trlpa Every Saturday to Klrigslon I'olnt, Maiden, Cataklll, Hud aon and A'bany. Icwvlng Deebrotte St.. lf:0 W 42d St. 1:00 W. 12th St., l::o. Tonker. 1 15 1' M. Arriving Albanv 10:45 T. Al. AFTERNOON BOAT far' Bear ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 29 July 1916

THE SUN,' SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1916. Lightweight Champion's Best and Most Earnest Efforts Fail to Beat Back New York's Young Contender 12 TWO HOT RALLIES WIN FOR SDPERBAS WELSH FlGHTS'fco ..!.. 'YANKEES IN HIGH FIERCELY, BUT LEONA'RDWINS Youth. Speed mid Stamina of tOvn Contender Gain Him Decision. ONLY two Horxns GO TO WOULD'S CHAMPION Prertdlc Welsh, the -world's lightweight champion, fought tike a irnl champion against Heimy la-onmd, liW youthful challenger. In n great I rri round houl In Washington Park last ulslil. lint yoiilli and speed told ami nl thr end Leonard had a lend nn points. Tho champion completely changed his ikii.iI tact lea and fought ii fierce, taggrresvr bout through nut Welsh's reversal of form caught the rroml, mill ninny nf thrni wrrn ho cur ried away liy Frriil)'-t unusual ugsirn. e1venes that 1 hry fnltr.1 In nntlrr Leon ard wa blocking many nf the chani plon'p leads and gelling Inside with cleanly ilrlvnt punches himself T.tp In the II r tit round Leonard h...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 29 July 1916

1 THE SUN, SATURDAY, J.JLY 29, 1916. 13 Tennis Conqueror of Williams in Turn Meets His Master in Armstrong in Singles Tournament at Longwood ARMSTRONG PROVES MASTER OF GRIFFIN Him mil Trunk Stnr Avenges Williitms's Ih-font by Cnli fornitin nl l-diiywiioil. Kl..(i.i: HKATS MILKS tl hi .. .t.il .' ItMiii! from a posl I ,,f , .ini'iatulKc obictirlt) hi f,ir as i,r LmiikwcimI e.iiglos lawn lentil ton,-. ' i.in' ii ' oin'et tied .1. J. A ljii . t r emir of riuhih p:ii to-day established himself as a Ml. it fni 1 1' ;n the- i; I inc. tic tli' frilled faience .1. C.rlil'n, 1 he conqueror f Nun . Willi: mr. r,r 3, 3 fi, 1; - 3, ,. ;. i". I It was no ft 1 J ! virtnr.v. hut , tlie tr uinpli of 11 skiltnl. resourceful 1 p'ir acilii't nnntlioi nf Hie same mould I"1"" iliuVmiro In) In .111 rf-fe-ro Ciat wot'M tun weaken. Armstrong was gi.uluatod from liar ir, in I 1 1 In l!'l:i he mid W.ipmi i w 1 iihui"! ilrfpitrd William.. ml C l Vi"np for tho Intercollegiate rt uMff ilmmiii ctsiilp Tin re jca...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 29 July 1916

14 THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 29. 1916. AND NEW YORK PRBML 8ATU.RDAT, JULT 29, IBIS. Kntared at the Pott OHce at New Tork M Second Clati Mall Matter. ftubecrlptlon by Mall, Postpaid. DAILY, IV r Month $ M DAILY. Per Year 00 SUNDAY, Per Month SUNDAY (lo CanadA), Per Month.. KUNDAY. Pr Year DAILY AND SUNDAY, Par Year.. DAILY AND SUNDAY, 1'tr Month. j i Fnaraus lure. DAILY, Per Month SUNDAY. Per Month DAILY AND HUN DAY, Par Month THE EVHNINU SUN, Per Month.. TUB KVKNINO HUN, Tr Year...... t M ' tm evkvikii t:virnri.ni.Pr Mo. 1 OS I ... t . ... ...German textiles', It Is a triumph of All rharsa, monsy order, o.. II ML . j i mada piribM to Tin sun. German method, skill and orgmilza Readers of tnr SBTTTavins town for the. , tlnn tlint thniisanils of Americans aummar mnntha ran hava the dally and . mmiiliiln to-dnv of the shnno. size tlna mn.l ...nln erilUoni de lvartd to I """I"'"" " ".' "1 "llllH , them In anv part of this country or Europe nn tho term elated above. Addrmai rhanged at often...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

Fair and warmer to-day; to-morrow fair; moderate south winds. Highest temperature yesterday, 75; lowest, 65. PetalW J weather, mall and mat unreports on page . tm. IT SHINES FOP, ALL VOL. LXXXIH. NO. 334. NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. twn, m, ry tr jiiminii ow ;uiiiiiiip jm.. mmi. 60 PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TRUE STORY OF 2000 THIRD AVE. MEXICO'S RUlNiMEN ON STRIKE; it ah r nnum i KciBALBUlM IS STUMJ1J . . - Official iotvs of Henry Line Wilson Show Part U. t. Pla.ved. KA LI- OF DIAZ AND li liK OF MADERO j Anairliy and Its Causes De-j x ribed in State Docu ments. Long Secret. F. X -AM 1 A SSADOR NOW TELLS FACTS Garbled Versions Were-lVace Parley at Bronx City Ghen to Defend Admin- Hall Fails Police Va Ut rat ion's Policy. cations Cancelled. . he dipa1ckct and telcsramt quite J i he c."!iu- jt article ere paraphrased om llr tecret code of tkt State Xe- ! ,; rnreif end for reason ot space vMreviated . i pa-tt anrornftal fa the gerro'-rc i By SAMUEL CROWTHER. fh- "51S by the f'jn P-i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

2 THE SUN, SUNDAY,. JULY 30, 1916. ; 2000 THIRD AVE. - MEN ON STRIKE i CoHtlnunl frnm Flmt Pitfic. 1 . resfly 'to lake tho cur to the barn lit 12!rth street. trArtlnf In thn nt'olil II i . l ttin tlftllrp hllil received Information Hint the strike order 1 would be Issued, Deputy Poller Commls ..loner Dunham ' had mistimed charge of ; the' policing arrangement:". ftp wit'i on the ground nccompnnled by 'Thief Inspector Schmlttberger, who gave special Instructions to the police rniHnltiH unci lieutenants In barge of th. )llrn. When, hnwcer. the police re ceived word of the t trtk older the police reserves were ordered out to pitjrnl nil of Thltd avenue nnd to lie icady for trouble. More than 2.00(1 men Jammed them selves Inln Lyceum Halt, whither they nniflieeii siiniiiiiinid by the (ccliernl In vitation Issued by the "-Hike leaders. The were In an excited, exuberant moot. DtUldc tho ball were gntbered scv- ernljtumiand more persons, who out of; ,., b). (.hpf n,I)cctor Schmlttberger's ...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. GERMANY REVIEWS TWO YEARS OF WAR Wrrlfl Slinkon by Protracted Wnr. hut Threatened With Wnr for Trndc." gAMUEL McROBERTS, eenlor vice-president of Natlonitl City Batik, home nfter arrnnginir. $50,000,000 lonn to Russia. ?, ?".. v 5 CALLED EMPTY SOUNDS Invokes .Thought of America in Prospective Indus trinl Fijrht. Ilnit.iv, Jul)-" :? llevlewlng the potlt lcal events nf lln i"'fin) yrnr of the wnr the Herman Kptelmi Office lm il veil nut a statement which says In niirl: The world war wan mused by ttus la's nggTc.lvi' policy, supported by Frame's policy of revenge. Hut It wn rendered possible solely hy tln fact that England milrjiitln.'iti'il to hor economic antagonism to tlermnny nil her other In terest". "Whereas Oermnny's enemies regard It eulte In order thnt they demand terri torial aggrandisement at the cost of ethers- -like Itussta. who wnnts ronstan tlnoi'le and Onllcla ; like Krrtneo. who de. lire" Alsace-Lorraine mid' the left hank cf the lthlne....

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. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. SEABURY TO RUN I ON 2 BIG TICKETS CITY TO SVE OWNER FOR FIRE EXPENSES HOOHES WILL REST .STOKES WITHDRAWS , WILSON'S STAND A WEEK IN ROCKIESl FROM SENATE RACE AROUSES WOMEN "Kvjrnrcllt'NK of Murphy's Pe nsion .hKtirc Will lie ('nil illdalc 'I'liis Fall. Warehouse Xol KquiujMMl as l'lTVPiilion Ituioaii Had Ordered. i Ksivs Park, Near Denver, I Stepping Aside Leaves Field They Sa.v President Could Seleeled for Vlsil During Western Trip. Clear for Murphy nnd Frcliiitfhuysen. HVUV. OF HIS 'i;iie I'lr Dtiiurlincnt will Man tOtliln hi few rtyK Its ncronrt milt against tlifi STHKXOTIF '"r "t bumeii hiuuiinc who l.nd m.t f,o CONOHESSMEX COMING ifimpiieu wuri nre prevention ui-iivi!, iu , . . - jrirover the root of putting out tho tire. , - . - , 'flte (Luartmetit ami ltn flrat ault, trie Expects to Force Aid From '" on. of u uir,a over biou.ht m thm YAiH,x Takes Important. Fl Tnmmiiny Hall ny Knter- PAHTV IIAIIMOXY IS AIM Intr Primaries. N'n mailer ith.u the i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

DANCE AT NEWPORT LmR layette off IN AN ORANGE GROVE m MANYNTABLE,S i Prominent Americans Sail to Kngapc in Relief Work in France. THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. GAY POLO CROWD AT NARRAOANSETT PIER 'WOODBURY MOVES Mr. aid Mrs. Gifford Cochran ami Mr. and Mrs. John ."anford Entertain. I.AHOE CROWD The steamer 1-af.ivett. nf tu- i.v.ni. I Ittie nailed for tlnril.nnv i.a(.r,lAi. ..i.i. 1 ATTPYTlS !l ,r number of prominent men mid, l J EJill'O V.'Umen Who Will .mnM In rll.. wn-L, l I YaHita and Automobiles Carry Many From Newport to See Contest. MOTHER MARY FABIAN DEAD. Prominent Ciiiineotloiit Unman lllra nl Hi, .Inariih'a Convent. llAimiinti. I'otiti., July 29.- -Mothf r I Mary Knbliui, who had been reelect) tl several times to tin en year tcrm.o nt ' heart of the son Sisters of .Mercy Id C'onpcrllcll'. tiled .11 St .ItMeph's Cor.- in,,.,,,,.,, venl this afltinoon after n mottlh's 111-! " 1 nV -'CIlt'rlM neon of heart disease. I Mother I-'ablnti, nhose name nas Katie before her vows.,...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 80, 1916. TRUE STORY OF MEXICO'S RUIN TOLD OFFICIALLY IN NOTES 6 Continued frnm Pint rag. tm submitted to hnvlntr made amlnat fclm falms chnrfres of complicity In the overthrow of Madero, to the refusal of tfco rrcs'ilent to nniiolnt hl to tho diplomatic service after lio had honor-i nhly )i i "d the r .iimln.itlmi n-uuircd you tho Impression which has been made bj. law M.- Kiibm.tti'.l to th'n and upon mo durlnir the seven months of my rr.iihy iini.' KiIiim which he knew wen official resilience here. IrttmiU 1 i dmcllt lilmi but ho doei "President Dla has a remarkable ree not car y hli forhenr.inco to the point of ' ord as a soldier and as an ndmlnlstra-rr-rmlttlnK the truth to he kept from . tor, and the hlBtory of tho republic dur- tho .Vir.crh .in people, The- l'rrsldrnt' llrsponsltilllty. One reason kucrci'.ciI for the treatment to. .which Ami a-eudor Wilson has been ubjectcd Is that President Wilson does j not want the ral facts about Mexico to becomo pub...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

Vi'-' THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. LIGHT CAST ON FALL OF DIAZ Continued from Sixth i'age. no exjierlcnce In publkt nffnlrs nnd the spread brigandage provnlle, but nppar honesty of who motive In not above , rntly no orKMilted movement of revolu. ntlch h.i been for xome time known to ftURplclon. Ho In also niojit unfortunitf tlonnry troopn. "Hardly had the new Oovernment been Rented In power until It heitiin, by IntrlKUeM In soma cae and by the oxer. I the en In") that In thle (ante m-ctlon ly disponed to play, not Intentionally,. "After a loni? etudy of thin peculiar ! civ of force In others, to Interfere In nir me internment wan . the tlctnaKoKiie, nnd for renwmo rel.itltiK phenomenon I have pome to tho cnnelu- Stile elections, donlnr iom Governors ukaM' ' 1 a- iri us Huinoriiy. I'u' '-.' extent of the territory In n ,tte r 'rtl revolt iiKaln.'t the .-en-tral (l, i i inent la run greater th.in t. J tin Male of i'IiI.Ums ii nd T.c tiiconnl u part of tho Htate of Yuen popularity to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

8 4$ THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. CARS HELD SOUTH FOR TROOP MOVES Indications That Part of New York Division Will Soon Come Home. WELLS QUITS THE 231) Resigns Lieutenant-Colonelcy In Order to Save His Scat in Assembly. Hkadqvaatkm New York Dmstos, McAt.HK, Tea.. July St. Th depart ment of the Bouth wilt py the trans portation to their home station of Na tional auardimen released from duty on tlie Texas border. Announcement to this effect was received at division head quarters to-day. The men will be al lowed three and a hnlf cents a mile for travelling- expenses from the place of die t barge to the plsce of company ren dezvous or place of mustering In, at the option of the soldier. It was learned to-day that the War department has ordered the Otilf coast nee not to send nny sleeping cars out of the district south of Knit Antonio be fore Heptember 1. This Is Interpreted to mean that at least partial movement of troops will benln by that time, but whether it will Include only the c...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. 9 4-f PARALYSIS SPREADS; DEATHS INCREASE pay's Mortality Accord H, With H5I Now Week's Toll 2'R7 n nd 1)1.2. nisKASK SE1.F-I.I.MITKI) Sprofld of Mnlndy Moat Xo ffrrnble in Mnnlmttnii, The Bronx and Queens. forty-four children died duMnfe the went) .four lu-.ttre. enrlint. .leMentai at I A. Jl. from Infantile paralysis. This It the hlflifit number of fatalltlea In a jinfle day .:rc th licclnnlns of tin fpldrrslo. The number of new cum re j"rle4 yeelrrd)- - the third r.'theat mimbir. Th flgurM recently have Indicated iiii lli epidemic Is, rrnwlnc n Man- hMtan. The Hron and Quern. Kort)-t six nir rasee, were found In Manhattan yfilerday, and ten children died In that Mroufh In Brooklyn, (lie Hcuren were Hxty-ilx new ensee atd twenty-four deaths, but thin la not regarded at amlnnm hv tha ffeatlli n.naninani Am. till Mil rurfonn of the United Slatei' jUDii- iieanr. .-.orvice, an itrooKlyti naa Ion r-en the area In hlt'lt' the disease it r.ade Its. greatest...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

10 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 80, 1916. t REJUVENATING WAR CARS NEAR THE FRENCH FRONT I-' ospital Behind the Lines Utilizes All Parts for Prac tical Purposes and Sends Many War Worn Cars Back Into Service Again. I Br W. F. BRADI.KY. f "The Automobile." "Thore must be a tremendous nmount pTfcf automobile Junk rillliw tip behind the !) Armies In France." Doubtless this l a .''urmlse shared by mnny who liavo re- I j; fleeted vaguely on the cleRtructlveticiPi of Prar but have hnd no opportunity of ,'mmlntnsr the methods employed to re 1 tmlr the inevitable lews of equipment. Tliln opportunity to examine the ineth Bila ndcited In order to prevent the astaRo of automobile material ntiil keep the median lo j I tr.iii.iportatlon service- of the army worMmt the most economi cal lines came with (in Invitation of tlio French War Department to vlrlt Its Iiuro eentriillzed reimlr depot FlrBt aid In automobile, breakdowns I Klven by tho When Big Shells Demolish War Cars Expert Hands Promptly Rebuild T...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

11 ILL BE RECORD CAR Striking Maxwell Fleet for Garford Salesmen. NEW JORDAN GAR New Chalmers Sales Representatives. OOTPOT THIS YEAR HAS MANY FEATURES nnpft 1.")00,000 Cnrs Losg A Luxury Cnr at Moderate Than Vonr Old on Bonds , Tnn 1 1017. i 1'rlro With Striking Bodirs on Finn Chassis. THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. -' " ilnf . 'lei illct m. t lla. vr ; fur. icki ., 'Ueh , n. , hep Wit 'J ho . hi tea tha Ion w the J i 0. ind erl- i, erl- r- . tha . in. : or to- nu- 'i hit ted ' rw , the Mr. : nt - tt)ir 'Anury I. 1917, murks Urn b-' fstMt a nrvr i'tT' wof th.n l.fiOO. 11) raw er ff than yfar h( travelllnr th roada of the I fsltri Sia". f W,H hv hlppd , u e'.Ur 1 .nda, ay J. Edward Sohlppr th attifomobHf. This prediction l let biv.1 on ratlmatti but upon the fact (kitdurWK '"' rst sis month or isii, or Ida pTtod closing on iane 30 at ji!ln!M, "54.50! rnr automobile Ixt been completed In American fac- la alt fa-'orles throunhout the coun ts practically without a alnjle excep ts, the...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

f 12 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. CORSAIR CLUB TOLD OF IN MORGAN WILL R. H. Maty 1 Ce.'i Attractions Are Their Lew Prices. Clearance Sale of Pictures The August Sale of linens starts on August First. Thrifty housekeepers, as tcell as managers of hotels, boarding houses and Institutions, should prepare to take full adcantage of the great money-saiing opportunities offered at this lime. For full particulars see Monday's Evening Papers. 7B( About 13,000 worth of High Grade Merthandise reduced One Fourth to One Half Less than regular prices; Water Colors, Signed Proof Etchings, Hand Colored Photo gratures, Carbon Photographs, etc. Mary's Fourth floor, 34th Street. Another Secret Revealed Is Holding of 88,000,000 In "Cafa and Dogs." 34th I 35th St. MANY APPRAISALS LOW Son's Share $53,684,918 Es tate Larger Than Sage's or Harriman'B. 11 i Tlie transfer tax appraisal of J. Pier jwnt Morgan's ratate, Indicating a tax able vnluo of $69,409,731, was filed In the Surroante' Court yesterday ...

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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