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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 7 July 1916

V?1 THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916. 1 WAR DESCRIBED IN OFFICIAL REPORTS Paris Tells of Itcpulsc of Ocr ninn Counter Attacks in Soniino Fight inp. V1KXXA ADMITS LOSS ,ustrinn Stntoincnt Says Line in Oiiliriu Has Fallen lliick Five Miles. Paris. Julv 6. Ths offlclnl commu nique, lnuort '' 'ho Trench War Office t..nlli follow: On both sides of th Somrus the fftmv emlMVurecl to-day to recapture ,h, t'n end. f the ll Jcll by the Kf'nc'i . .. North of the b'omme a scries of Oer r,in counter uttacks, directed nitalnst nur tievv lines north of the vIIIiiko of Hem, were nueccuMvely shattered by cur artlJIe-y without the enemy being jt to oM.iln the leant success. Wo took come prisoners. South of the river counter attacks liun.'h'd from llerny-en-Santerre on iur poltlon between Est recti and Hel oy were stopped by our barrage Are nnd the enemy was unable to debouch '"n his trenches. In this region the Hermans suffered great losses. Two rompanle. cain-tit In a trench north uest of Herny by tho ...

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. — 7 July 1916

4 44 THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916. GEN. HEAT SUBDUES NEW YORK FIGHTERS Fourteenth of Brooklyn Pnt to Sloop by the New Commander. BIG SAVING ON MEALS AUTO TRANSPORT FOR BORDER ARMY TESTED Funston Loads Regiment on Cars and Sends Troops on 7 Mile Trip. Lient.-Col. Bookman's Voice Heard AH Over Camp When Scorpion Stings Him. Washington, July 6. Tlie. extent to which th army may rely on the uto mobile as mean of rapid transport tlon ling been Indicated In two expert- Mio.nr maae unaer me direction of Oeni Funston end Belbert. according to an announcement made at the War De partment to-day. 'The two experiment," aays the an nouncement, "are of particular Interest at Wile time, as one demonstrated the practicability of rapidly moving large bodlee of Infantry to protect against bor- ir i . . ... a am nnrat Oer raids, while the nthf. nrnvt thm vaM.a.n, i v . , tfuij v.u ......... . i . . ...... .... '. Heat It keep.,, the peace In this par. of '"Ji Tixa more thorouahly than the rangers. i ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 7 July 1916

WOOD HEADS FOR DRILL IN SCHOOLS flMirrnl's Hotiinrks Applauded iv Tfiu'lioi's in MiullHo'n Sqnnro (Jnrdon. KIMDKMIC GUTS CIlOMjS jsntimiwido Poiinton System for Ktluriilorx Advocated by Dr. .Joseph Swnln. ' Oon Leonard Wood stood before r.,0ni) ...... Madl-on H.iiinrc Harden last ! and asked them to do their part In "of rye strain and choked backs ' from j msklng the nation strong by having o mueh work. . .nabln military training In the ' ...... "T' t?J ' S u .m.ilii " . . .... i V.l ..... .A L,n!nnlcr which Is smashing rhpon. - .... ............ . bn he slopped In the hands of most of the delegates of Hi National Kducntlon Association rre punted sheets which had been flattered all oxer the Garden alt over . i.. r...f I'l... Mhf.ot.. Hdtil ! nrr somen, and although nt their, iacu tnumpn of science and common not ready to do anything for them "and I c,nu" ,,r l" United stales, rearing us ,mlncss meeting to-d.iy they arc not "VP'L tradition." they had to go In with tho-o who felt ' po...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 7 July 1916

P -rr THE- SUN, FRIDAY JULY .7, 1916. 1 , ' U T" ; ' 1 ' GERMANY'S LAWYER ARGUES HOUSE HAS NO JUDICIAL POWER U. S. Attorney MurslinlVg Counsel Seeks o I'pliolil IlnbciiN Corpus. REPUBLICANS PLAN ; STRIKE END NEAR RUSH STARTS FOR HUGHES BANDWAGON State Offiflnls Plan for He nominations, Knch Alilinpr the Other. MANHATTAN MOOSE VOTE AS THEY WISH . . - 1 1 " " ... - . - ' ' ' f a. Deaths in New York From Infantile Paralysis Week Endinjr. Manhattan. Hronx. Brooklyn. Queens. Richmond. City. Juno 10 1 0 1 0 0 ii June 17 0 0 3 0 0 3 Juno 24 1 0 11 0 0 12 July 1 7 0 51 0 1 C9 July 1 to 10 A. M.July G. G 2 71 2 5 8!) Total 15 2 140 2 G 1G5 AFTER BIG PARADE AIDED MORGAN LEAK TO CAPTURE SENATE Senhury Invited to Enter the Progressive Primaries for the Governorship. " Speeinl Committee, With Weeks as Chairman, Picked to Ittin Campaign. Ladies Oiirmcnt. Union An nounces Jfeadiness to Ne gotiate for Teacc. John Clifton Tells Swann He Introduced Clerks to His Friend Moore. i TALK OF T..R. AS SENAT...

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

REALTY MARKET MEWS AND COMMENT Trfldlnp Continues to Follow Xnrrow Lines Buying in I'pper Sections Only. INVESTORS IN CONTROL Snburbnn Arens Active $300,000 Home for Nurses to Rc Built on 03d St. ' rl est ite trading yesterday reflected summer conditions In the market, fori n" Heventy-fourth etreet was -rv11 of,,h,e hTg mi se,,,nr iS.?:??rtS5: wit done by small Investors and owners ; has now taken a lease of the Frederick of low priced residential property. Oper- n- Halsey house at II West Fifty-third .tors and builders were consplcuounly VJ'tn't, l,UT '.ry lXu. on a plot .tint front the market. Perhaps the j?,Vwa. 0.0of '"0? 'fW fZs most Interesting story flashed about the j the houso for a lonr term of years. Tho realty Acid yesterday was the one tell- 1 lnc of the propsectlve removal of the N York Hcrahl from Its present site to mother location a little further north. ,i was the case with former stories of the kind It could not bo verified In any quirter. nulldlnir activity was f...

Publication Title: Sun And New York Press, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 7 July 1916

8 4 , . , ! ...... THE SUN, FfUDAY, JULY 7S19f6. 100 Years ofv Commercial Bankm THE BanK nf I ho Cily o( New York Capital & Surplus, $5,000,000 Resources, - $85,000,000 Charter MtmbtrN.YXInmg Homte Membtr Federal Rtttrvt Bank United Sftet Depetitory 192 Broadway Cor. John St. HAN HKS Greenwich and Warren Sta. Bowery and Grand St. 345 Grand St. Fifth Avenue and 14th St. Ninth Avenue and 14th St. Fifth Avenue and 20th St. 2 West 33rd Street 57th Street and Third Ave. 86th Street at Second Ave. Broadway and 104th Street Lenox Avenue and 116th St. 125th St. and Lexington Ave. Vc Incite Your Account i WHOLE LIST IS HIT ! BY PROFESSIONALS I j Other Influences Benrlnjr on ' Yesterday's Stock nnd ! Tlond Mnrkct. 'I'KICKS ARE IRRKGULAR Progress of Allies' Drive Thuscs Selling of War Industrials. Green Monster Mining Co. of Jtram), Arizona Property ;idjoinin famous United Verde Bought Sold Quoted Low Bros. Specialist 58 Broad St., N. Y. Tel. 6683 Broad fns iiiiiiciiie,nts In yesterday's s...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 7 July 1916

' THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1MB. BAHROAD NEWS. RrriorH of iron f.irnlntu In ilic fourth Mil of June have been itocIthI from com u.i ortrallnc n total of 1.0 miles of ffik tempiufcl -villi less than ".ooo rnllrs iJriu'dfJ In vrstmla.Vs IIM. Though mad f ihii mileage is In the Southern itistriet lttn rriorls prnvlile ;i lietlrr tiasis tor etrnvW'"" wl,h onil'll.illoiis for prereillnc ..pi. In Hie lollowlnif tables will bo found nn.ithlf -ml weekly figures rorerlns a ierlol r nr. ninnlhsi 1 nllr.t Stutes (All Dlstrlrls). Increase Arzreate over for mllr,ie of respond roads reporting; In imrlod ivnol 'or the period, lut jrenr. Fourth 01 Juat" 1,'w! V. .7f Sir rrU of June 41,). lM'A ind ! of June. 4S.o. H.o v, ,1 ietlc of June 4,? 15 ,onhofUr Ul.m SSt v mm Amerlosn t-om'ianlee are extend- m'r their li nn t"om ,lme 10 "m('' ,h( mnf !' , t' v i miip.irisniis with former periods malie niter redmlng- the reiKir.s to m r up tm -'' u u. hr ifi-idinr toni rarn: ,ns. hv tl' lot.il ntimner of miles...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 7 July 1916

JIMJIJUUWiii 1 ' "jw-"i 'L l ijiiph-l i.. i'j -jrv j m -saw j--tftwi 7 S l. . I .Jess MVIS t THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 7, M. 10 4 ORGANIZE TO TRADE IN LATIN AMERICA Officials of American Inter nndonal Corporation Form a Subsidiary. TO ACQUIRE TIIOPERTIES Office Will Bo Opened in IJuctios Ay res and Field Will Re Well Surveyed. Official announcement was made yes terday that It has been found necessary to organize, a new company for the dandling- of the Latin American busl r.csi of the American International Cor poratlon, the $50,000,000 concern or gnnlied by American bankers and flnan r'crs for the development of foreign trade. W. S, Kleis, vice-president of the corporation, Issued the following state ment : "So many proposition! of a diversi fied nature have been presented to the American International Corporation .which merit careful Investigation that It has been found necessary to provide n special organization to Investigate and handle the business arising from Latin America through...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 7 July 1916

THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916. 11 BUY NICKEL PLATE ROAD TO GET A SITE Cleveland I.pnlty Operator:, Barked by w York Men, Swing His, DcmiI. t .- t. . . LK1 I.LASI', Jlliy . l lie puri'liuse III i3 miles of trunk line mlltoud from BulWo.f rhlcmw. vo.ni.rUl.iK- the, Nickel TUtf Ilallroad, completed In New 7orK to-.i.iy, was to sue ij. 1. nun .11. .1, Van SweruiKin. t:iuv.'I.ind realty upcta- ! ,07.. control of the railroad's ilepot bit,..' I. n..l..l ll. nil .lnn.lv I.e., .to. I I miito r .......... .... - . .1 plan promoted liy the, Clevel.iiulin.. A nytidlcato of Cleseland iiml New York financiers, Including tho Van Herlngene, has been funned to (twin the terminal project, which contemplate the erection of a large passenger and freight depot In the heurt of the city and for the Interurban electric linen. The Identity of the Eastern men In terested In the ileal l.t not known. In New York lo-iln tho promoter l.uiiKlit from the New York Central I.lne tho lu'. tsr's entire Nickel I'late ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 7 July 1916

W?!re"!r"r$?,!sl5i5i!ST THE SUN, FRIDAY,' JULY '7, 1916. ' 12 McG raw's Superstitious Giants Forget All YANKS CONTINUE PENNANTWARDBY VANQUISHING SOX Nick Ctillop Turns in Eighth Strnisht Victory Score Is 4 to 3. WEAVER'S WILD HEAVE LETS IN WINNING HUN nr FiiRnr.nirK o. mk. I It la rather early to claim a pennant, but long before Tbinksgtvlng Day you hear people who don't care about being Joatled hand out advice about doing your Christmas shopping early. Tho same may roply to World's Series tickets. Tou know, tlicro Js an awful demand for them. But wo wouldn't Jinx any club for the world, eo for the present wo shall try to be calm. I.ot It suffice) to say that tho Yankees still are demonstrating the new Yankee grit, and after spotting the fast 1 coming Whlto Sox three runs In the first ' Inning of yesterday's muss on the Polo a rounds they nosed them out by a score, of 4 to 3. It was a noble homecoming. and the reception committee of 8,000 i went away raj In "They are the boyn!" Nick...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 7 July 1916

Oil v ' ' 11 I 1 THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY . '7, 1916. 13 Harrt Payne Whitney's Three-Year-Old Colt Thunderer Limps to Post Then Races to Victory in Record Time HUNTER ADVANCES INTO TWO FINALS Roaches Titular Tennis Rounds in North Side Sin slcs nnd Donbles. i;i,V TO MEET O'NEALE Kr.n Hunter of Cornell was nu Indc Mlcable worker In the North Bide ten- championship tournament at the Unl ,elty lle'ghts Club yesterday. Thero Tre only four matches and Hunter par Mclpated In three of them two In "luVoth competition he reached the tmal In elnglea he worked his way Into ,he titular round by defeating Kll M. Kehr. -. - 111 1,10 l'-imw roun.i h, .cored over Elliott Hlnim. the 1-onl- , ham College star, at 63, 36, 63. j It may devolvo upon Hunter to meet ti-nes S. O'Neale, Jr.. nis cmicwr m iVe Log Island doubles final recently, or the title. O'Neale yesterday ad .treed Into the semi-final round at the .tnere of Lieut. W. 8. Anderson, who in sienlirht sets. 3. 61. ... nr:i". ilk. l).l,r. .nil II....

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 7 July 1916

7WM 14 THE SUN, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1916. AKD NKW YOnK l'ltB88. FRIDAY, JULT 7, 181 SaUrad at tha I'oit omt at New Terk m tjscond Claae Mall Mattar. tobacrlptlone by Mall, reitpsM. BAILT, rr Month AILY. Pirtur FUNDAT, rer Month SUNDAY (to Canada), Per Month.. SUNDAY, Per Year J JIAILY AND SUNDAY, Vtt Tear. . . . AILT AND &UNDAY, Per Month... KeaEIOM R1TM. DULY, rr Month 1 Jf HUNDAY, l'r Month . .DAILY AND SUNDAY, Per Month... I 9Q TUB EVENING RUN, Per Month JJ ?HK BVENINO HUN. Per Year...... J 0 HBEVUNl.NO 8UN( Foreign), Par Mo. 1 OS All ehecka, money order Ao., I b mad payable to Tin Bex. Readers of Tin 8c leaving town for thj ummer months can hava the dally ana ttunday and evening adltlona delivered to tham In any part ot this oountry or Europe on tha ttrma atated above. Addraaita changed at often aa deetred. Order through nswedealer or directly of Publication Offlca. Telephone 2200 Beekman. Published dally, Includlnr Sunday, brthe ffnn Printing and Publithlnr Aaioelatlon at J to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 8 July 1916

Fair to-day ; to-morrow unsettled, prob ably showers; moderate winds. Highest temperature yesterdaySg; lowest, 67. Pciulled weather, nuUI and nvminu reports on rage It. tin. IT SHINES FOrV ALL one cent "nirr.or.",.. ItST. VOL. LXXXI1I. NO. 312. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1916. CopVrlghl. 191'i, by the Sun I'rMUxg ami l'UUM .lMO.fnll.rn, FIGHT TO STOP PARALYSIS NOW IS NATIONWIDE gix U. S. Experts Here AW Local Battle on Epidemic. to TEN STAT MS REPORT , TASKS: JIOItK FEARED Tracinpr of Carriers to Re Pushed in Effort to Con trol Disease. I SnisKS AND DOCTORS FA It BELOW DEMAND Appeal to Red Cross Hoped to Fill Haps and Provide Ambulances. ..... . , , P. germs of Infantile jiaralysls did , more deadly work than ever yesterday ! among liable. They attacked not only ..... .. . , ... ,., ,.. eighty-seven more ehlldieti In this city and Killed twenty-two. making a total time trn will made. The petition number of 797 eases ami 157 dcitl'-s In ' al.o rets forth that the will "was pro In rt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 8 July 1916

s 2 THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 19i6. French were unmolested In their careful preparations for the second pluiso of their offensive, tn accordance with the new strategy of the Allien the second thrust of the French will not begin until the Hrltlsh huvu advanced their line. Another reason that the Hermans were obliged to hold their hutid I" that they Imvo not Jet rearranged their com munications, which wen- thrown otit of gear by the rapidity of the Initial Krenrh drive. Chnulm, the great Junction nn the Amlens-llhclms-Chaumnnl Transvrree Itallrond, upon which the (icrmanr. do pendrd for concentrating troop. Is no longer wife. lleenforcetnenta mid p riles are being detrulned further east at Nesle, Voyennes and Hem, which polntn are Incessantly liombariled by French aeroplane. The latter two stations were burned yesterday and the track was damaged, I.lttle is yet known nf the casualties suffered In thn Hrltlsh uffenslve In France. Th first list was publlshen to-nlght and names more tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 8 July 1916

' THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1916: 3 LIFT EMBARGO, IS CARRANZA WARNING .VoliiT to Stale l)cinrtnicnt limiiinils All Supplies Ho Admit (nl. Vli-IiA YKT OX CRUTCHES 15.000 Miiitianii'ii From East. dii ItonhM. With Crack II. 1. Il.it ter.v. r.t Paso, Tex.. July ". Americans einnot lilp supplies through tho Juarez tort lo 111'' United States troop-, at Oa-a lir.ititlc' or to any other point In leUo imlo the partial embargo on ,jr materials is removeil. This ill tma'iuu Is f.ilil to have been ilellvereil , tne C.irranJia commanders In Juarez '. the Amer c.ui army ntlleers ami of il al to-day. and miy ! complete do--IK .if the III Paso-.luaie port to all cir'e of shipments to Mexico. Tile Mexicans h.ive been permitted to ,1,1;, food-tuffs ami everything else but foa'i ammunition, military stores and dmamlte. American contra, tor who haf 1 ti "ippblug the American troops ,1 C-'lonl.i Unblan have been using the .Mexico Northwestern Railroad for these apply shipments They have been notl (l,J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 8 July 1916

4 -M- THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1916. ; D. S. EXPERTS TELL ABOUT PARALYSIS Explain Symptoms of Infnn tile Disease and Primary Treatment. MANY RECENT EPIDEMICS rnbllc Health Service Gels In numerable Requests for Aid and Advice. WAtHtNOTOtt. July 7. The Unltd BUUS) Public Health Sarvlea hat bo corn Iarmd at the epidemic ef In fantlla paralyati In New Tork and Ue where and the entire machinery of the eervlea will be put rn motion to prevent It spread. Six experti were ordered to New Tork to-day to cooperate with Dr, Haven of New Tork city. Aaelitant Surgeon Rucker left Wash ington thta afternoon and will confer with Dr. Emerson to-morrow mornlnf. Dr. nucker headquarter will be- at the Hotel Martinique. It li believed that one of the first etena taken will bo NATIONWIDE FIGHT ON CHILD PLAGUE terday. Continued rem first Pagr. duty. Am landing nuckor to confer with you nnd Lavlnder as to further detail, particularly with regard to prevention of InUrstato spread. Im portation of monkeys ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 8 July 1916

U A. COMPROMISES ON SCHOOL DRILLING Tnfps Prilling of Pupils May T?e Wisp, but Not for Military Ends. BjIWIi SUFFRAGE URGED ; tho Officers Proposed by the Nonilnatlnjr Committee Are Elected. .t cinpromli rMolutlon on school military training whlrh wns described . Mr.nldlc ly rxtreme pacifists and Mtrrtn" preparedness advocates was adoptad by tli? National Kdueatlon Asso elation at Its business session In Madison Square Garden yesterday. rutting aside Its l.i't year's avowal that compulsory trulnlng Ik reactionary and Inconsistent lth American Ideals, the convention voted thei"1 words Into Its platform: While It I the N. K. A. recognises that the community or the State may In troduce stirli elements of military train h Into the schools as may seem wise nd prudent, yet It believes that such training should be strictly educational In It.' aim and organization and that military ends should not be permitted to pervert the educational purposes and practices of the school." When William 11...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 8 July 1916

IP 6 THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1916. NEWS FROM THE BOOK CRITICAL REVIEWS OF THE SEASON'S LATEST BOOKS Holman Day's New Tale of the Maine Coast A Love Story in the Far East A Hypnotic Romance. Alcohol and Society Hospitals and the Law How to Live Hygienically Heredity Theories. The Public Health, Bodily Efficiency, Preventing 111 Health, Curing Consumption, and Other Subjects. Tk Fvrlla of the See. ' By the almplo device of turning txalnst him the criminal machinations f covetou cnpltnllnte Hnlman Day In Blow the Mnn Doum (Harpers) man Mr to make lil.i hero endure nenrly all the vicissitudes thnt tho ana offers In these latituilc.M. Ho in swept off tho teck of the yncht he commands by a chooner Unit Is driving out of harbor in storm, and when that craft turns turtle he cuts a way to safety for him elf and his companions through the bottom of her hull. Then he Is made to run a passenxer steamer nbliore on the shoals south of Cape Cod. His next exploit Is to escape In n skiff when n l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 8 July 1916

Ir HUGHES MEETS 500 WOMEN SUPPORTERS Motors 180 Miles to Attoml Ton nt Mrs. II. T. Whit iipv'p IJo.slyii Unnn. sio.nni) row campaksx FoininiiiP Voters nnd Others Knrni I'ermnnent Nntionnl Ornnization. Pi ii uh'to.w ,!uly 7. Mr nnil w ' lltighis motorcil more , ik" mill-." In-day. They attended 1. 1 ,it Ms llnrry Payne Whltne.v's .it 'in if thl nfternnnn, return- i s irf in-nlght Id ( Iimii SflO persons, a large ma, ,a ,t. 'if iheni tinmen, 'wire present at ,v Ira The Women's National Com m ttfp ua entertnlr.ed at luncheon nt thr Wliitnev bouse. Tlin It held a neil.ng 'i h'ch a permanent orgnnlia. Hon wa effected After the meeting the ...ll-e company went Into Mis, Whitney's rtudlo for the tea Mr, nnd Mrs. Hughe? met the gti(ts nn the veranda over looking the sunken gardens. A ipcil.il train brought a larre mini Ver of the i-timmlttce members and Hunts from New York nnd many othetn nntored nut Among the mm who innd" the ffp wen- Hubert llni-on, Nntionnl Chairman , William It. Willcox...

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

4 THE SUN, SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1916. T Fr in New York Free from Federal Incense Tit Acceptable fr PeiUl Strinf Depoiiti New York State Registered 4V2S January 1964 Piltt at the Market A. B. Leach & Co. Investment Securltlst 62 Cedar Street, New York Chicago Philadelphia Tlurfalo ll.istnn Rsltlmors BANK AND TRUST CO. STOCKS CLINTONGILBERT 2 Wall St. Tel. 4818 Rector FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICI8. Lower Prices Follow l'rofes .sion til Selling in Absence of Outside Ittiyin ur. VnttiAr, Juw 7, 1916. BIS AND ASKED PRICES. CloHlnif iitlces of Blocks lii which there wcro no trnns-iotlons yesterday: HAILS BOUGHT ON IIHKAKH KIDDER, PEABODY & CO tlBDevemhlreSt. 17 Wall St. Boston. New Yrk CorreiBndnU f IARING BROS, k CO., LTD., LoUon A nrtner rnte for cull money, the wenl cned position of many speculative no counts In the volHtlle IndUiitriala and the absence of active buying by the out sider attracted professional selling in yesterday's session In the Stock ...

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