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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916
6 ' THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. TWENTY MILLIONS CALLED TO ARMS BY TWELVE NATIONS Following Long Series of Reverses Allies Take Of fen six e and Begin to Make Definite Prcgre s on West ern and Eastern Fronts Germans Hang On Doggedly at Ver dun, but Else where Are Forced by Preponderance of Allies' Artillery and Numbers to Take Defensive. ' ft SECOND YEAR. nv to weir down the Central Powers was the problem pre sented to the Allies nt the be- j o' t ,e second year of the wnr. H I rr,i 1 rn miit be made In the Teutonic dki-!.. (i mighty machine must be In-. fiV' 1 f r the task ' Ur-.iter cooperation was shown m is the Allies. Conferences were .a led In I'arls and In London. The Ifaders addressed themselves tn the 1 Mlu'lon of that grim equation whose tf-rms were munitions nnd men. France and (irr.it Hrltaln recalled their skilled rtl..ms from the firing lines and sent 1 them to the shops to turn out Runs and ihells. Kvcn women by thousands left the home for the lathe. The Allies nen...
Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916
, THE, SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 19j6. ALL THAT'S LEFT OF THE ONCE WILD WEST COMING HERE v t Ml bBB ' pea Sharkey, the bucking bull, gets the best of his rider. Bronco Busters, Lariat Experts, Steer Tamers, Indian Chiefs and Jim Dahlman, the Cowboy Mayor, May All Be Seen at the Mammoth Stampede AFRICA'S biggest roundup of champion bronco busters, lar iat experts, steer tamer, cay n M Jockeys and Indian chiefs will be held from August G to August 12 ut Sheepshcad Bay Hpeedway. August Belmont, Theodore Roosevelt, Ilnrry W. Harkness and several State Gov ernors are patrons of the affair, which Is called the "Stampede." This huge rodeo la to decide world championships In bucking contests, fancy roping, wild horse racing, steer bulldogglng, trick feats of the spur and saddle and buffalo riding. Celebrities of the rangeland from every corner cf tha globe will compete during the eight days. On the entrance list of more than one thousand are Australian stockmen, Mexican and NlrartMru.ni iraquer...
Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916
mmmmmmmmmmtmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 5 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY COMPANION OF FAIRIES IN ARCADY n. nnN mabi-iiiic I THEME are two sort of Indla.n.n the ordinary lndlanan, who Is not so very different from the Ohlnan or the Illlnolsan, and the Hois rr. The Hoosier belongs not merely to r, rn.-e npirt, but to a separate species, i lie if human, hut with a difference; he i aware of the kinship between hu-1 man.ty and the so-called lower animal 1 nnd i ven the plant and streams) on j e one Fide, and on the other side of the kinship of humanity with the elves. When the moon turns the mints to raver and the owls wall and the frogs i w.ike up alone the creek and lakes and the fairies saddle and bridle the fireflies and mount them and bo whir r nc and flashing; off In search of airy adventure? the Hoosters steal out of 'he farmhouses and hamlets and creep r'own to the bottom lands, and dance and sine and cavort under the summer tars. They po secretly, dodplnn the rrtre...
Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916
THE SUN, SUNDAY,. JULY 80, 1916. WILLIAM PATERSON, ADVENTURER, A MYSTERY OF NEW YORK 8 Could He Have Been the Great Finan cier and Promoter of the Colony of Darien? N EW YORK of the seventeenth century, when It was still New Amsterdam and Its present name was not even dreamed of, harbored mnny queer characters, nnd was morn distinctly a seafaring city than It Is tn-day. Its connection with the Went Indies was Intimate and not always reputable; anil nmong the strangers raft upon Hh crowded wharves by the Incomlns southern tides was one William Paterson, who appears ir. l'earl street nbout ISfH. To see Pearl street ns Paterson yaw It one must remember that piracy and the slave trade were both qunsl.re. apectable ventures In the New World of the seventeenth century, nnd that pirates undoubtedly enmo and went and refitted their ships nnd disposed of their loot without any embarrassing questions being naked for nt least fifty years of New Vork's early life. It was not until the end of th...
Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916
5 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. 9 GREAT AND SMALL YACHTS READY FOR THE ANNUAL Schooner Irolita, E. Walter Clark owner. With Commodore Baker in Command New York Yacht Club Fleet Hoists Sail Next Saturday Commodorp. c.porgi; p. RAKPH, Jr.. will !o;ul the Himulron of the New York Yacht Club on its minimi cruhc this sscek. Thn fleet of steamers, schoon ers, sloops, yawl, auxiliaries and I "Wit yachts of all ports unl sizes will Rather nt Glen dvc on Tuesday afternoon mid early on Wednesday morning will will In this enstwaid, stopping at Mori is Cove. New London. Kort J'otut Hay, attapoisctt and Newport, ami off Newport the crack yarhts of the fleet will race for the tur nnd King's cups. This Is a ureal year for yachting. The vessels of the Meet are valued nt many millions of dollais and on board will bo hundreds of enthusiastic yachtsmen, keen for the rac?.i each day. In addition, there will be as many morn professional sailors, but tiiey will simply oiity orders, handle t 11- big; cr...
Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916
10 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916., NEWS AND COMMENT IN THE WORLD OF ART 37 The Crucifixion Tim Department of Kdijtn'liin an nounces tlint examinations fur teachers' licenses nf free hand drawing In high schools will be con ducted by the hoard of examiners nt the li ill I of tlio Hoard of Kdiicatlou, I'nrk avenue niul Fifty-ninth stiect. Manhattan, on Monil.iy and TucMlny September IS niul 13, 10!';, beginning at P A. M. ' Tho high tchools rmpb y ocr ni hundred teachers of drawing, and thero 1 nre now a number of vacancies. Cut , dictates who receive Rood ratings upon tho examination may expect early ap pointments to well paid )olttmiH. Both men nnd women are eligible for the examination. Tho minimum snl ary of nn nsslstnnt teacher of dniw-' In Is $900 Ter annum; tho maximum is $2,650. Credits arc given for previ ous experience to permit an assistant teacher to begin service at a salary ,' from one to eight years In advance of the minimum, No one is eligible for n license for servic...
Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916
11 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. TALES OF FO'C'S'LE AND CABIN the story of the squarehead w "Vroun was short, stocky and had croppe-d, bristl.np hair There w,v a cleum of caety In h.s blue, little es He had formidable .ooking teeth He mumMhl when he tn ked and used fcn extremely quaint sort of Rngllsh He knew firman very well and always snld 'when' instead of if 1 TURN John Martin had been i three days .-.shore a fen! irlend pe.vo him & dinner. ,V r . function the-y asked him whtr h, sml. would come out and other f,,,-t. r r.c questions. U:i.n replle-d that he didn't know V r thete would be n look. B.a what did yeiu. an author with j th.nk It was because he had .n mind f.n ej'abllshe-d reputation, po to sea '-he German word 'wonn ' w huh. means ( fe-r .f not to pet material for a story?" . . . i He could not write his n.:tne He h. h demanded, j . murd!.r(.r , ,hlnk. At an). ntt, Whs; 1 went for ha nothlnp to do he had been tried fee murle-r .n Fan w :h what I pot, necessarily,...
Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 30 July 1916
12 THE SUN, SUNDAY, JULY 30, 1916. MANHATTAN HOT WEATHER HUMORESQUES NEWS OF THE WEEK IN rhyme Br DANA BURNET. Page a Flock of Fans, a Tall Glass or Two, Then Keep Cool and Listen thn polka tl.it tie. Hero arc the p.im-I semhle. It looks tin If come porch pored PntiamaM with tho ultrii bunds, j climber huil lieen making a collection more like millinery tliiui men's huts, of awning nntl hail put them on the Here too Ih tho tired business man, I market ns the lateHt rave In feminize drugged nlong by his pleiiHiiro seeking scenery. fnmlly mill looking distinctly out of! Tlicn there are tho leach combers, the picture in a Baiio wick milt. Heio The beach combers appear on the are the swarthy skinned Hotncos of scene early In the morning prepared the bench, boastful of their two weeks to spend thn entire day on the Job. tan, blissfully conscious of their If thern Is nny damage to lie done scantiness of nttlre. harboring the i In ihe way of hearts, any splashes to hope that mnyhn they took...