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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

FOURTH SECTION EIGHT PAGES NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 80, 1916. PICTORIAL MAGAZINE t'Wrtfftl, 1UII, Hun Printing M 1-MbtixMnt AuoctatUm. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbL HBhPI1' IbbbbbbbbbbbVHMbbbbbbbbbbbS bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbHk IHVIHIVRl bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV jbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb V '.ibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb BBBBBBBBBBBT';BBBbV MilH. IBibbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH g JBBWBPKi BB. jhBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ "WATCHING THE GOLDFISH" A camera etudy ol tht interacting children of Mr. and Mra. Frank A. Vanderllo at their country place, "Beechwcd." 7 Delight, Kelvin Cos, NarciaM and (right foreground) Virginia. Beechwood," Scarborough, N. Y. Ltft to right Frank A., Jr., Charlotte Photo by KaunjUtn- J

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. SOT IbbbbbHbbbbbbbbb bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbIsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbm SBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ BBBBBBaHiviHipjnBBBFBBSBiBSBy i "jrBBBBBBBHBBT"Eisij'BBB bbbbbbbEbbbbmbbWsI - ' zmJZi iHVkTWH 5& dy'ui.ffl'M! jui YbbbbbbbbbbbbbH 0 I9HI'hBhK3upv bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbH IUbIbbbIbbIbI vLev .asf BQH'f. NaTeSBBBBBBBMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBM 1 lesaBBBBBBBBBMTTBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBT A quaint portrait of Mrs. Finley J. Shepard when the wa Mias Helen Gould and wore her hair down her back. THE FAMOUS CRYDER TRIPLETS. WELL, SAY ABOUT 1885. 1904 Three Cryder triplets. How tell which was who. Edith married Lathrop Ames, and then there were two. 1905 Two Cryder triplets, each fair as the sun. William Woodward captured Elsie, and then there waa one. 190 One Cryder triplet, lonely in the dif sin's, Till Ethel became the bride of Cecil Matthew Higgjns. XomiHtper rrir nf the peiM. MV eBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. t i INTERESTING PERSON- BjH ALITIES IN THE NEWS HtfH OF THE DAY 1 Princess Yolanda Italy, who to be the OeI W Miss Marie Peary, daughter Robert fiancee of'H. R. H. of Wales. The re- HiLm taken up the study rumor was to the by her l ' Miss Phylia Hartman, daughter of Major Charles F. Hart man. U. S. A., who has ambitions to become a military aviator, ready to make her first flight in a military tractor at Garden City. Long Island. O.py.-iKht. t'ndTv...Kl & I'mlfrwond. THE PRINCE OF WALES AT THE FRONT. The engagement of the prince to Princess Yolanda, eldest daughter of King Victor Emmanuel of Italy has recently been rumored. The children cf Secretary and Mrs. Newton D. Baker. Secretary Baker has taken a beautiful country home in Ken sington, Md. Left to right, the children are Elizabeth, aged 1 1 : Margaret, aged 4, and Newton D., Jr., aged 9. riiuto by I '.ml Thoirtisun. THE UNEASY RULER OF NEUTRAL BUT STRIKE RIDDEN SPAIN INSPECTS NEW ARTILLERY v ...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 80, 1916. , t ZCA 3 WOMEN OF BRITISH COLONIES HARVEST ENGLAND o GRUPb Or Mttr .r 1 "I,,,1 3 jl v 7W V vM THE "BROWNIES" FILLING WATER CASKS FROM THE RIVER AVON. Photo copyright. American PrMa AMtuctatlnn Hk IAHKVCHfiVBI'p .BBir fw IL.Vt'' r .bbbbbbLLb flt xbbbbbbbLbuibbbbI r lBMSSBBKiBB BILBbBMIBIf f Hr kvHPIbSbbB DftBNKSr bbbbbbbbKSbbbBBEbbbbbbbbbbBbbt jBLBI bBbbbbbBbBbvibbbbbbbbbBbHmbbBbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV LbBbVHIHbbbVbIbbbbbbbK 2XbHI BBBBBBBnJBKKVBBBBBBBBBBHBBmBBBMBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBS BBKBBMBPaBBr HIIHBb mHHI vflK FHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBi ' BKBBBBBBBB9r ' '(bbbbbbpbbbbkbbbbbbbphbbWbbbbH Ik jh IEbbbbIbbbbbebbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb 'vbebbbYtrbhbbbhIb BBBLBBBBBDBDttBPtlBBKBBBBVBBBB BBBBBJBBSBBBBBBBBBa BBjBBl EftlPVHH tBmMHBBBT BBBBBBBB vBBBBBBBBBBBBMfVBHBYBBBPjtyBBBr VBBBi HEiSiBBKI? vbCBI v IBilBBIBHIBr BHk Bp BBB&MBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBr BBBWBBHBBiBfBISiShBBi w.- V5Hl,n ro dl tthi B!t,,h col,n,-,1!v; volunttered to mrtt Enf ltnd'i Important crop of vtg...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30. 1916. I , I 3!2 WARFARE ABOVE THE CLOUDS ON THE ITALIAN FRONT From Exclusive Photographs gggggggggggtgBgggggggggggBLggS gHg SBVfc? A 'BaSaSalVW SBaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaSaa IHiHBB iiiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaWTmVf v H AUSTRIAN OFFICERS AT THE SUMMIT OF THE TYROLEAN ALPS WATCHING THE ITALIAN ADVANCE. frraasBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBaaBBBBBBBaiBSBBBB ,llmlw a . ,aipfliiHi . MHRft&iBBaBHBitt !:!:s iiiS::S::TroRAH OtiTp'oWrlo'vE THE CLOtiDi. . , , The recent advance of the Italian!, in which they have recovered practically all the territory lost in the Austrian drive, haa produced tome of the most picturesque operations of the entire war. Much of the fighting has been above the clouds, and in one instance the Italians blew up an entire mountain top, the summit of Castelletto, in the Tofano region, burying the entire Austrian force defending the posi- tion in the debris. . I'hotoi by Unrtwwood Underwood. A KM M 13 -J

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. ro? ; 3 THESE LITTLE GIRLS WENT A-SUMMERING Marcella Craft of the Metropolitan forces findt lummer inspiration in mowing the golf links at Riverside, Cal., although she is not a regular golf links mower by trade. K. ,Baaaaaaaaas.aBaaViBaW Jaf Ethel Leginska, the pianistc, is never so happy as when she is taking some poor waifs for an outing. bWbssibbmibbbbbb . ' Geraldine Far rar, or, rather, Mrs. Lou -Telle-gen, who is en joying i belated honey moon In California, rr a y now listen to the music of the brooks, just as shr did here for the movies. V BBBBBalt" ' ' &'jtinlKBtfi-''' III bbbbB1- 'T J&Qz&fis' III Frances Alda finds plenty of recreation in driving her 48 horse-power Six over the roads about Great Neck, L. I. No summer engage ments for her. Anna Pavlowa paints as well as dances. When she has a fence or a balustrade to paint on her summer place at Los Angeles she is happy. ttttLW bbmbbBBbb99bBL rBWlBBwT-"4jr5t aBEplBBBBBBBBBSD LbIM...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. SOS 1 I THESE LITTLE GIRLS STAYED AT HOME Emma Haig will do her summering on Broadway, but she will not suffer from the heat, as she is with the Ziegfeld Follies, where the costumes are sufficient protection against the Terrible H's, Heat and Humidity. Anita Stewart has solved the summer problem. She built herself a "love of a place" on Long Island and named it "Wood Violet." Then she comes to work at the Vitagraph studio every day in her machine. Emmy Wehlen, the London gaiety favorite, thinks New Yoik the finest summer resort in the world. She is now acting lor the movies with th Metro fcrces and enjoying every minute of it. l'ni rlulit. a.jiii' I ui.iih r j day in her machine. B jiiHlHCXI Johnston another who more commendable H (jHPKiBH stay tnc heat tnan to 8 away H HtaflffHfMHjH summer engagement the H nitt KtlK jb HHHH1 Lorraine is another summer who loves the and Ki 7.1 Broadway. No stuffy or 1 tin for IHIBBHBHHlHBHHHHBBHBHHHHHi Summer means to...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 80, 1916. TO at. v Pymiiaib? in (brm and oc cupying no more space than an upright. And Caruso says Its tone isuonderful! $ir tasy terms DVJ of payment AfarSeptemberl5ik '675. B9f Mm mw i WEk wKk Tis August Sale Is Yours, Not Ours ptow. n tltUtfiiwU Mcatfc O0 " .pW'a' poo-ami. A( rue ttiffM V M&tJEt mutwi. CUft er Aeafer tn J2f.fi o9f 4nmenmVg9 $1$M mtk IT la you who haw made poaeible iu broad ened Moot uid IwUituwd character. It it you who will justify its its eject on your home thai will make it worth while. There k ram in your home wmeh it net anectly w yeu would" have it Porhanc you tart teen leasing forward' te veur m dteJaa auita. nana to a auita far your Mara or a tuoK ream. Perhata um ream need an adaM touch of inviting ceonfert, part o) dees, Kiiuhout ouy chair. Or tfca ream wouM a mart attractvt for jutt the touch that a mirror of a mull table would jive to teaac well apace or mm oerner. The furniture you ickct will he hold far your con venience, b...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

he SECTION 6. EIGHT PAGES. Editoriai Sidelights on the War Books Financial News Queries Games Problems NEW YORK, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. Copyright, 1918. by tfte Sun Printing and Publithing AuoclaUon. SAYS PEACE OFFER SPLIT THE RUSSIANS LEADERS OF THE PRO AND ANTI BRITISH FACTIONS IN RUSSIA. HONOR TO TENNANT PLEASES COMMONS FREDERICK I,1 RftF.lt CO. I BROOKLYN ADVF.RTHKMKNTS. rRKTIKRICK IXIRXKR CO. Iran Narodny Tells How Ger man Sympathizers Have Como Into Tower. SAZONOFF A HEAVY LOSS Stnrmer Said to Have Urged Separnte Negotiations With the Austrlans. TTif! loss to Russia of the proirreesirs SrrrlUH SnzonorT ns Minister of Foreign VfT.iIrs and the succession of the reac tionary nnd jro-German llazll Vladlmlro- t 'h Sturmer came about because of SsronotT's Insistence that an Austrian I.ro;iosnl for a rcparnto pence must be re ferred to all the Allies, not acted upon by Iluffla alone, according to Ivan Narodny, n Hustlan writer nnd Importer. Mr. Narodny said he had this Informa tion f...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. . INTERESTING SIDELIGHTS ON WAR AS SEEN BY "SUN" CORRESPONDENTS 2 ' 6 t.l i 3 VERDUN FIGHT IN AIR AND IN TRENCH ..American Writer Tells of " Tlirillhifr Itottlo Seen From French Lines. DKSriMHKM AIM flOMHAT J-iSlKlliAS tiUMHA J " M. "'Saw American AvintorH Per form Wonderful Feats in ClotidH. Frcdtrlck It. Alien, rttlrrd lawyer oiirf ..-note ireiuurer of the American coin in if 5i ,ffe nf thr International Iteronmrurtlan - J.rngue, ret iimnl taut Monday, with hi . iel nnd three daughters, nun Hor ilriiujr on thr Frenrh Idler l.afnyettr. t,'JI ten one of the fimt rli-IHniia to nee fr flplitlnti at Verdun, and birniine nf personal frirndthln '" 'resident ;rPoinrarr unit I'rrmlrr llrland, irhlrh en- flbfrit Mm lo ;rt spcrln permission fi - remain in the Irenehe while the engage i;firnf( terrr actually in progmt, he prnb .ably inw morn of Vsrrfim than any olArr tien(rnl Hi-Iiim. lls on, Julian. 1.". war ntol'l, Is a driver for thr tinprlenn Amhu- -Jnner C...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

'mrnmmmmmmm WT',',t---) s THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. 4 SOME NEW BOOKS. Ashantl. Though he restricts himself to only a portion of the Oulne.t coast there U r.o lack of picturesqucness and ex Biting adventure In the two portly volumes of oer 00 pages each of Dr. W. Walton ClarUs-ics A Itittory of the Gold C&tst and Ashantt (John Murray. E. P. Dutton and company-, to which Sir Hush Clifford, Governor of the Gold Coast. In an Introduction that brines the history to the present day, jlvcs official sanction, for the earlier times ths author Is ready to accept ths works) of others and quotes Interesting psssjLgex from the older chroniclers. He begins naturally with the ever fascinating traditions of Phoenician and Egyptian circumnavigation of Africa, accepting the modern Idea that the ancients knew much more of the rurk Continent than has com down to u.. He mentions the claims made for the Dieppe fishermen of the four teenth century of discoveries and trade with the Guinea coast, ...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

; 4 6 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 191. FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Narrow Stock Exchange Mar ket In Dullest. Saturday Shicc Last March. HIW TOMC ITOOK IXCIA1WI TtOOSM. SATURDAY, JULT 29, 1916. Cloalnr. Rid. Ask, ,Dlr.l I HI. I Salei. BUSINESS REPORTS GOOD Improvement Shown in Hank Statements, While Clear ings Are Gratifying. Tn the short aeaslon of trndlng yes terday prices moved within narrow llmtlH. changes from the preceding- day generally belnic confined to email frac tion. There wan a complete ahsenco of activity throughout the Hit, even the poMlblllty of a far reaching lorat trac tion itrlke falling to eaclte any Interest on tha part of the holders of the Issues of the varloua companion. It irovlded, however, n new argument for bearish traders, who professed to see In the cur rant labor situation germs of unrest among wage earncra that might lead to serious consequences In the Industrial world. Week end adjustments made up the chief part of the limited business. 80 far aa traders...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

1 X'--" THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30. 1916. UMU1 s II IU It l'- Klta, :'k I I i t -4 S'V, "hli- k 17 tit t i t"k - tr. - i.l tiiliM V. n :nn. -A? I'- ai law J., iar i. !in. . , ?v -r.xi - xn-fcit iiui. t, "-a "i' limn.' tii.'k iajh' siur ntli. m-' Tnnit.lik -tf t ji , ' til. ufkkli. ClH -UI,rt il Mil kirk. I . ' n, :u. in- h.v.j txn t ""r nuiitilit. rwir I In ti :-i .iii " in, i-nn tinni.hul? Mi kl 'n. "i -liki it lit 'wii tinlikt Ai-1-jt "' "Vf""! " n-iii iut i i . f i mini in "iit L7irt i -in ,kt ktlli.t inrim I, 31111. till ."i-pl"!. Mi ,r; -.k't .1 frr .t tinm li -nut t ,M i tnui-l ktirtni 'iii-n i-nn M. ,.rt i " ' "i" -i nittit 'i ""Liirt si w -, i iiiiihi k tn-int i. ;n:!, tr-im Pn -r ' ' "t I iir n.i TMnt.lil iivt t 't-zvz tyirxit. -?itv tie nJiirt- j., f'A ii .mil')!" ii.l.fc .VXH.T.U. Li ? kJHiL. - 3ru"l.fT ?. v ."P-. 'ir it""t 1 iinki: towi vn ti..it .-hiii'iUiii tit sir uiim-t :l a:- : 1 n 11 11 Imniiik ! l-liU B.4 XJtVXiJ. r-ii 11 ..ni if SittPttimtt m.iwu.-uni n ir itrikM "...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. PEDERAL RESERVE BANKS GAIN IN GOLD Bills Discounted Show 11 l)c croiisc in Weekly State ment of Hoiml. ACCKPTAXCES A ItK 1'KWEK jnoveninient Deposits Omiter In All Districts. Willi Ex ('option of lloston. W'AWllvr.Tov, .Inly 2!. Tho I'edcr.il UfHcrvo lloird made public ln-ilay ltd rcKUlnr weeldy bank statement ns nt tlio closo of imslm-ss on July 21. Tin stntp. mont Imllc.iti'M mi Itu-rensr of JI,2nn,nno in thn tot nl K'lil reserves uhd of aliout $(,000,O0n In tlio iiKvri'Kuti' reserves ot tlio Federal Itcscrvc l:inl.. The win of 3,:00,000 In itotil rcii'irtoil by the I'lilli delplila Imnlt In accompanied by u rli.tnitt' of tho favorable bilam-e of H.snn.iion duo from other Federal ltosorvo banks to an ndvorso balanco of 1 100.000. In tho c.ie ot Knnns City n Bain of (1, 300,000 In cold poos hand In linnd with n decrease by about JOO.nno In tho amount duo from other Federal Jtesorve banks and an Increase of over $300,000 In Government deposits.' Total...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

e V""' ' ONE EYE LOOSES A PARTHIAN ARROW Lcm ef. Troifblr Unhina Trim in Old Man GrtuvnlaVs "Rarroom. By DAVID A. CURTIS. Tin urriviil nf tin- one cyrfl man kt Die Mlill (IrpptlluW'k little Hiilnnn m tin lrvrf In Arkuniw City Juet kt the tttnp wimn thp nilnii nf mi who werp t!i--f vrrp Itxpd on him wu nppnr tniifc thmich crrtulnlj' unexppctpd. IX I Mil- Kolltury cxRBptlon of tht fipvi of TiKur.n, ull tiir reeulur trpaupn-tp-i of thp imlnnn wrrt thr. Mr 0rt Ppnper, who trpquentnd It lr rrr uiu.v wiip tlmrp kino. Thp ndilltlnn nf thp imp ejpfl toati tr '.In- llttli clrclp miulp it nmctlekl I crrtunty thut Btlrrtni: rvenu would i pnnuf wltiiout kny prput delw- And lindn :Iip clreumHtutiep It could hh-i.-v In ouPHtiimpd thut thp dovp of jipuc-f hud Hhown rrmurkulilp acumen it. LtiHi'tiilnF licrmilf up Blip hud, bp Son Chip nvi-'fc urrivul. Fnr u Hitiplp ninmnut thnrp- waa no rpkpoitpp to Onp Esp' oumtinn. nrt pouncii'd ui he entcirpfi kt thp door. In fur- k rrpSy PMimpd nuporfluou. "It ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

1 6 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. 8 AND NEW TOItK rnE88. SUNDAY, .IL'IA' .10, 11)10. Stared at the l'nt Office at New York ai Second nt Mull Mutter. ubacrlptlana br Mall. I'lpald. DAILY, Per Month ..... DAILY. I'er Year..,. BUNDAY. Per Month.. HtlNIlAY (to L'nniuln), I'er Month.... SUNDAY, lr Vr .. DAILY AMI SUNDAY. Per .. DAILY AND MUMMY, Per Month.., nall.v t'r Month UNUAY, I'er Month... DAILY AND SUNDAY. slon on the presentation of further Information. If Secretory Daniki.s hnd sold thnt because Cnptnln Simh did not possess full knowledge of the objects of both comlintniits, iiml was In Ignorance of (.Trtuln conditions of tho engagement, mid wns In tho tlttrk, for example, its to the ten I cause of tho sinking of the lintlle cruisers, the Department I thought his advice not worthy of ofli- "Jji-lnl promulgation, IiIm nttltude wiitilu b , hnve been comprehensible. Cnptnln eS I Sims carefully protects himself by "(pointing out the Incompleteness of i ms (liltit. nut wnorein me uo...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

3 SPECIAL FEATURE SECTION 5 SUPPLEMENT TWELVE PAGES A. fZJYAK DANISH Looking across the town over the picturesque harbor. Perhaps This Time They Will Really Come Under Our Flag After Years of Diplomacy and Dickering, Though Reported Price Is High A' GAIN there !s a prospect that the Danish West Indies may como Into the possession of the t'nlted States. Twice In the past n similar transaction was nearly ef-1 fectcd, anil twice tho negotiations I fulled at the final moment. Hut dollars I may now prove more persuasive than diplomacy. In other words Denmark has been put to a heavy tax to maintain Its armed neutrality. The Government has been In need of money' despite thi growing affluence of some of the commercial Danes, and .1 substantial ! ., , u contribution to the national exchequer would bo highly welcome at this time. ' The price proposed to-day If, as re- i ported. It Is as much as $23,000,000 , is more than three times what was of- j fered by tho United States nearly fifty years...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

'. -3. f., ..( " '..lit.'. ' ' THE SUN, SUNDAY,. JULY 30, 1916. A. g It: U SEARCHING FOR THE DEAD ON GREAT BATTLEFIELDS Chief of Red Cross Division Tells of Efforts Made by Brave Men, Often Under Fire, to Record the Resting Places of Fallen Heroes By EDWARD MARSHALL. PICTUllR to yourself French aol dlers, some of them In the newer uniforms of khaki (or what Is called khaki), working desperately against time to bury their dead In the meagre shelter afforded by n wrecked forest, the trees slaughtered, like the men, by the hell of battle, while, from not a great distance, columns of black smoke arise, heavy, oily, terrible, from the pyres on which the enemy deud are being cremated. Even while this gruesome work pro grasses the thunder of artillery con tinue without cessation. The sight Is ablest men In lmglund and the princi pal 'figure In the Hed Cross movement. A enh accident, due to darkened Lon don, has since Incupucttnted him, caus ing truly national regrets. "So far as human Inge...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. SNEEZE, BROTHERS, SNEEZE, BUT DON'T BLAME IT ON THE HAY For Hay Is the Only Plant That JtSMWIll T , , i r or ,,13 flowcM tl,at 'l wl" stnm 1,101 Hasn t Been Convicted ot r.l"l,Un,B. ??,!"o.n.nl5J!,",,il! I lilt 1 1 cm L JVIIUM i.tuui i rniiiitin "ii Causing Hay Fever Br DR. WILLIAM BRADY. sNHAUHTIVH Investigation mid research linn convince! us that the hay fever victim has nno the branches. The weed loves to spring up In fields where h crop of wheat, rye or oats recently has Is-en tho ragweed Is "r moklng" when this, cloud (if pollen Is blown from It and j woo bctldo the hay fever victim who Rets to windward. That the ragweed' pollen Is the spoiillc cause ot nay fever may be demonstrated In nny cut, and usually grows two or three oasv by freeing some harvested poikn' fe"t high. The clout ragweed or hoi- In the room with the patient. It will' thing to o thankful for ho never i l,lln' "'se ha threo lobed leaves nnd ' bring on the n.unptoms nt once nt ne...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916

6 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. TWO YEARS OF THE TITANIC WORLD WAR DRAW TO CLOSE Allies Begin Supreme Effort to Crush the Teutonic Powers on Three Great Battle Fronts Dy JOHN WALKER HARRINGTON. Prolan. O Mure, In wlmt 111 fated hour I now Kntente, u triangle of logical con Spranc the, tierce Mrlfc, from what of. fended jiowprl -711ml Et.'tlOI'i:. fiercely cmtiattiul at tho beginning of the second yr.ir of Ilin world wnr, wit nesses to-day the siitirome rffort of the Allien to criiHh (tin Teutonic Pow ers on the three front.. Thn grand offensive of (1re.it Hrlt nln nnd of France In the went, the sweep of llussla on the east, the as saults of ttnly In the siinwrlad fast nesses of the south nro hurling mill lonii of men against the might of Gcr many nnd Austria. In the heiirt of AMu Minor the forces of the Czar have taken Turkish strongholds dominating Ottoman possessions In the Orient. Thn coalition HKalnst the Central Powers In everywhere successful, nnd tho question "How long?" la...

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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