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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 26 July 1916

POLICE "GRAFTERS" RESENT INYADERS Men From Other Boroughs Ac crued of Piracy in Hold up of Resorts. $500 TAKEN IN SOME RAI17S 11,000 Members of Force Now Trying to Oust Crooked Policemen. Foitea, acting Tie detectives, hav flocked from their poita In other bor rngh of the city to rob the terrorlted women of Manhattan' underworld. Thli situation of practical piracy la the new art outcropping of the Joint Inveatlga tlon Into graft condition by District At torney Swann and Police Commlaaloner Woods. An tpeclflc examples It la now part of the vice record that sleuths assigned to tuppreie vicious conditions In Brooklyn and eiiewtiere abandoned their work to make raids In the territory of the Man hattan prnfters. These Incursion were resented by local vice crusaders of the Police De partment, but as the Invaders had knowl edge o fthe grafters' work, they were powerless to stop them, It Is pointed out. Ckeek Vp oa Invader. In the last ten days the outsiders, with the same thoroughness that...

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. — 26 July 1916

1 10 THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1916. Income Tax Proposed Changes Outlined for the information and convenience of busy peo ple who are subject to tax. By means of the chart con tained in this pamphlet the proposed changes in the law may easily be comprehended. Str.Jfor ihh pamfh'el, AD-2i N.WHalsey&Co 49 Wall Street, New York Philadelphia Chicago San Francisco Botlon Baltimore l'lTUnd $500,000 JAMISON COAL & COKE Car Trust 4 'is. Principal and Interest Assumed by B. & 0. R. R. Tax exempt in Pa. Maturities 1917 21 -U Yield About 4.39. Moore,Leonard& Lynch Frick Rullrtlng Pittsburgh III Broad t New tork cur. FINANCIAL NEWS AND COMMENT Professional Element Domi nates Dull and Contracted Stock Market. NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE PRICES. Tuesday, Jui.t 28, 1916. Bid. I Alk. I Rt Cloilnr. Dlv. PRICKS SLIGHTLY LOWKK Interest Centres on Steel, but Xo Effort Results to .Make It a Leader. J. H. hice, tir. & co. v.l.i bell 100 American Chicle Com. I'M. ion Itiitlrrviortli .lu...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 26 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2g, 191$. RAILROAD NEWS. r i ri ' rrr ' n , I' ai UtoaiK tho flrat to report gross rim. the third nk of July, record tn In- .,. m c per rf nt. In gross over the cor t wii-k of .inly, 1915, on it combined S '.J,1!" end a total operated mile, r 1,403 Toward theee total Northern r n roninouieu mucin or end gross fpT I'' ui , ,w ..-., n unii, ui or 32.1 ,f ( the ttil r J week of July, ltis. )n n.ua 4etln prellmlnery weekly figures tor -enl month It will tic well to note, that t "inert rriorti of ill Important roada In julr 'j i showed an Inrrene In gross for that m ui ol one-third of in a mile aa compared n, . uly till, but a ilccrrme of 4 2-6 a n , a .-ompired with July, IMS. and a de. ?,,! of 1 .', na compared with July, 1913 m ,ir figure lor June. IJ1S, showed a ile , ,.. . ro ol two thlrda of a mil H i . -H.Veil with June, 1314, Inlteil Mate (All Districts). Increase Arresate mileage of roada rcpnrtlnr rrirvl lor tne period TUrd )! F'1' V M M . V of Julr k o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 26 July 1916

, THE ,S.UN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1916. COTTOH MAMCET. mm am mttt amah a alrong Jon an antoutatlva ntlment In tin enarkt yMtarday that price had tlx-ano ot It to II point! early in tfea aaaalon, re-prantlni an upturn or Itiri I a bal thit neck, limine., was mafi aotlra In tha flrat halt liour than If jsM m for an antlra day on ev afaf iinaalatia In tfia tut few week. Out Ml taUratt vu manifested In an In atj of eommlsalon hut buying order' ad Ultra waa a food demand from abort aMhaarh It waa not apparent that the laef atiort Interest had been affected M tha bad crop cam, for Kiev were Wfarsna aallara In tha aarlr aflernuon ret Mxiead a reaction of 10 or 14 points from tha Mtheat of the dy by 2 oYloik Tha vurlnf emd to be a much a nuttier of avwrahn1on retarding: tha approaching Oorarnment report and Vedne.ida'a waaklf orop and weather bulletin ai It wa reflectlen of any new report con cerMn crop condition!. There wae more rain In tha aouth Atlantic Statu, sshite rlanr weather waa for...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 26 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1916. 43 13 REALTY MARKET NEWS AND COMMENT Investors Tliicf Buyers In Dili lest Diiy IV, pr l)c Lucy's House Sold. T. AIMIITMKXT SOU) I'iilcriio .'iiys to Pro. eel Now A pnrt mi'ii t s Lljrh, Uuild pi! Filinir IMiuis. Investors controlled yesterday's trad lnl In re.il "Ft;itf. Mint of Hip property which changed hands was secured liy bu)ers who bought for the return thnt tli re.ilt H! tirliiK. Several well known properties, but of no particularly reit value, figured In the day'a limited ro.uare to the II. E. Verran Company, to tiuilnet". The home of the late l'cter,whom I'eaae A lilllman leaied the De Lacy wa no!d , ao was the Kbllr.K twelve-story SplnRler hulldlnK at the mantlpn In The Hron and the rcvon h!re apartment In Weat lilKhty-thlrd itrttl. It waa Indeed the dultrat day lh market haa had thla aenaon. Tho bearing on tho xoulm; and building blht mcanuro mlK'nt have had aomo thlr.f to do with the poor tradlnir, a rel estate men were at City Hull In ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 26 July 1916

WEDNESDAY, JULY Eastern Teams in Ban Johnsons Circuit Routed in First Games of Western Invasion Matty Day Postponed f CRIPPLED YANKEES FIGHT GAMELY, BUT LOSE TO WHITE SOX Cnlihvoll Returns With Good Kiippi'np, but Poor Sense f Direction. lIKUf HAYS 1 INNING; MAUKK OUT SCOHE in fl Chic-aoo, July 2R. Donovan's cripple took h fierce lacing here this afternoon, tha White Sox whaling them In the first frnens of n four game set by a score of 13 to A. However, It wan through no fault of Wild tllll'ii substitutes thnt his tram lo.it. Ills Joblot outfield rallied Itamely to Donovan' assistance, but a team of Cobb and Speakers could not tiav won with Caldwell pitching for them hero to-day. Big Hltm made hla first Appearance on the mound to-day since Willie Mitchell knocked Mm out of the name on July 17 with a fierce whaik on the kneecap. Ixnr Tlay' kneecap wan all right, but his aenso of direction was mlffhty bad. When the Hox did plough llay they cored on him In huge chunk, getting a batch o...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 26 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1916., i 15 Pe Proves No GRIFFIN DEFEATS STAR BACKHANDER California Tennis Expert Too Vigorous for Pell at Longwood. 5AXA OUTPLAYS DAWSOX I . ... e( P.llfnrnl ln DOBTun " - eecupltd tha itago centra In the tennla tetjmaniant at IVongwood to-day, thla dm In both tha alnglei and EaaUrn toM championship. Claranca J. Qrlffln of San Franclaco. who eliminated n. Norrla William, 2d. jMtirday, to-day brought about the tilt of no leaa a paraonaga in tnc tour- ,.m than T. R. Toll of New i Yorkn atralfht it. at -l. 61, -7. Uanr r Inclined to the belief that b.ii wuM alve the young Callfornlan a lot CI trouwe. DUl inere was noininaj in D.ir. mora iir leas wine range oi siroKea .. ikai could find openings In the sound of-1 ,h f.nte and defence of Urimn's game. Fori , ""-u ...c.. ...... . . ..i, ih nlaver from the Oolden i v8prpd on (Uadlola got more thrills, for i"?. h.2 r.ll atandlnc stlM """las soon a he dlmounted Jockey Mink 0,t had Tell atandlnn still I rushed to...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 26 July 1916

THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1916. J AND NEW TORK PRESS. WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1918. Entared t the Peat Offlce t New Tork aa Second CUm Mall Milltr, ftakecrtptlena by Mll, Postpaid. DAILY, Par Month M M IIAIL.T, Pr Year M SUNDAY, Par Month , IS SUNDAY do Canada), Par Month.... M SUNDAY. Par Year t M DAILY AND SUNDAY, Par Tear.... S M DAILY AND SUNDAY, Par Month... If FoatiaN lUTia. DAILY, Par Month 1 tS SUNDAY, Par Month DAILY AND SUNDAY. Par Month... 1 to TH BVENINO BUN. Par Month tS TUB BVENINO RUN. Par Yaar ft THB BVENINO SUNlToralin), Par Mo. 1 ! All ehselu, nonar oMara, Ao.. to ba ad payable to Tin Sow. lUaders f Ti Son leaving town for the ummar montha can hava tha dally and Sunday wit erenlng adltlona delivered to lham in any part of thta country or Europe it tha tartna atatad abova. Addreaaei chant-ad aa oftan aa daalrad. order through newsdealer or directly of Publication Offlca. Tataphoaa 1200 Baakman. Fufeltahed daily, Including Sunday, by tha Bun Printing- and Publlahlng A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 27 July 1916

THE WEATHER FORECAST. Partly cloudy to-day, showers In the forenoon ; to-morrow fair and warm. Highest tempenture yesterday , 81 j lowest, 70. Detailed weather, mail ami marine reports on page 10. VOL. LXXXIII. NO. 331. NEW YORK, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1916. Copyright, 1916. by the Sun Printing and Publishing Association. ONE CENT greater New York, I Klaewlirre. City and Newark. I TWO CENTS. BRONX TIED UP Dvr.AK RTRItf R- VI van u i iiiiviJj CITY MENACED Company Stops Service at 8 1'. M., When Many Em ployees Quit. PHOMIKKS TO STAKT AGAIN EAKLY TO-DAY Union Leaders Say They Will Call Out Manhat tan Trolleyinen. THOUSANDS OF FOLK COMPELLED TO WALK Commissioner Woods to Send Riff Force of Police to Stop Trouble. Not a wheel moved after 8 o'clock Ust night on the 1B0 miles of double trackage of the- street railways In The llronx. The strike of motormen ami conduc tors on the lines operated by the Union Hallway In Westchester was extended jMtcrday to the lines controlled by that company In ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 27 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1916. irnlM In Armenia caused a wave of Joy to sweep across the nusslan empire, ac- coram to petrograd despatches. Ccar Nicholas despatched a message of congratulation to hi unci, the Urand Duke, Immediately upon receipt of the new of Krxlngan'n capture, praising the "heroic Caucasian army. The official abatement Iteued In Petro Itrad announcing the capture of Eriln- an aaya: "On Tuesday our gallant troopa, un der command of Oan. Youdenltch. too In battle the town of Erilnian. Aa a result the clearing of the Turka from Armenia has been accomplished. 'The Emperor yesterday sent the fol lowing telegram to the commander In ewer at Tims: 'It la with joy that I have heard of me taxing or Ertlngan. From the bot tom or my heart I congratulate you and the herolo Caucasian army upon your victory. I am delighted that the troopa o quickly justified the confidence placed in mem. Nicholas.' " "tram Military Base. Stilngan, situated at an altitude of 1,'Jto reel, about...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 27 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1916. nrininirmTio a aaa r mnn Titntr mn i v INMATES JUBILATE Celolinitio" in Honor of War don John .1. Murtha's Year of Itcforins. SPKKCHKS BY NOTABLES Industry, Health nnd Good ('oiiiliict Supplant Idleness, Vice and Disorder. For a lnn time stabbing affray In the iCarkn-cU' Island penitentiary av traged two u week; In the past year thtre hae been only two. Kwry week the warden had to lock thlrr -eight men In the cooler for trans litssing the prison rules : now the av trage I" inly six, although the rules tre unrevoked. From Saturday to Monday, and on holidays, all prisoners were shut In their cells ; now, if they are entitled to hours vt sunshine, they get them every day. In the workshops Industry has re placed sullen llstlessness, for Industry now hastens the day of parole. On the, fsces o( the convicts the old "prison pallor" ha been banished by sunburn, and hollows in the cheeks of the drug lares hue tilled out In the absence of dope. And for a whol...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 27 July 1916

4 THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1916. I. Y. REPUBLICANS TO IGNORE MOOSE? Tanner nnd Other Leaders Op pose Coddling Progressives to Elect Whitman. CONFERENCE TO DECIDE Executive Committee Will Meet Hero Monday Gover nor's Views Awaited. If State Chairman Frederick C. Tanner nd th Hepubllcan leaden now on top In the Republican organization In this Btate havo their way there will be no coddling of Progressives an puch In the conduct of the campaign to elect (lov. Whitman and his associates on the 8tate ticket. On the contrary, every effort will be made to bring the Hull Moose party as a separate political organization to an end by withholding recognition of It na auch nd by refusing to dicker for Progressive Indorsements on local and State candi dates. Mr. Tanner and his friends hold to the view that the great majority of Pro gresslves have already returned to the Hepubllcan fold. They fnor keeping the doors wide open for any more to follow them. giving all farmer Progressives recognitio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 27 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1916. BRADY WINS THREE LONG BRANCH BLUES Horse Show Crowd Surprised When Lndy Mine Outshines Carlton Quality. PKESIDKXT IS EXPECTED Announced Thnt Mr. Wilson Miiy View the Fine Ani mals on Snturdny. l.r,r, Tir.txclt, July 2. Dtplte tny r.ilns of the morning, which left he croumln In wretched condition and the surroundings wet and atlcky, the tnrnij-tlilrd nnnnat exhibit of the Mon mouth County Horse Show opened nil tplcloutly on tho grounds at Hollywood th's Afternoon. There, was a good alzed trotul of loers of equine beauty pres ent and the competitions In all the classes furnlshrd stirring contests. Tho slippery footing gave the riders a dangerous task, but no accidents occurred. It was announced after the last event that l'rtsldcnt Wilson probably will at will the show on Saturday. The Presi dent was Invited some time ago, and It Is tillered Hi at only urgent business at the capital will keep him away. James Cox Brady carried off the honors of the day,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 27 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1916. B. R. T. NET SURPLUS IN YEAR $1,144,514 Earnings Increase $787,558, Although Heavier Expenses Are Recorded. MUCH NEW WORK IS DONE Annual Report Says Condi tions of Dual Contracts Cannot Continue. Brooklyn Rapid Transit, In the fiscal Tost" ended June 80, 191. earned a eur phw of 15,611,833, or an equivalent of T.lt per cent., on Its outstanding $74, 411,818 capital gtock. After deducting dividends at the rate of per cent, there remained a eurplus of 11.144.514 for the year. This- la the (argent surplus shown by the company In any operating year since the capitalization wan Increased to the present amount, and It was made, poaalble In conaequence of an Increase, In Bet earnings of (787,568 over taut year. Passenger revenue for the year showed n Increase of $1,500,983. or ."9 per cent., but thla gain waa offset somewhat by at toas In freight revenue of $132, 00, which, not counting an Increase In mlacellaneoua revenues of $80,071, brought the Increase...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 27 July 1916

.47 ,,'Vr-y l'VV THE SUN, THURSDAY, ' JULY 27, 1916. 7 PUBLIC AIDS PLAN TO CURB PARALYSIS Epidemic Fijrhtrrs Say Efforts Arc Helped by Cooporn (ion of All. 85 DIK: 102 NEW VICTIMS Visitors in City Warned to Brlnp Certificates If They Wish to Return. With rallro.nl officials cooperating to carry out the federal system of Inspec tion to prevent the spread of Infantile, paralysis through Interstate travel Gov ernment surgeons at the terminals agreed yesterday that the general public fceki tilth ureal favor on the precau tionary measures that are being taken li anxious to help make the work wder. A tool of lfi! new rases of Infantile pawly'l" 'n ''wr York city was re torted yesterday for the twenty-four hear reckoning of the Department of Health. The number Is a duplicate of the second highest day's record regis ttred during the epidemic, or 12 In ex rtj of Tuesday. There wero reported IS death;, S less than on the preceding itr. Brooklyn had only 9 deaths, as ifilnft 13 for the previou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 27 July 1916

8 THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1916. ;100 Year of, Commercial Banking THE BanK of the City of New York Capital & Surplus, $5,000,000 Resources, - $80,000,000 Cktritr MtmhnNJ.CUtrint Huut Member Federal Reierve Bank Umtti SMtt Depetkery 192 Broadway Cor. John St. RANCH CrMnwich and Warren Su. Bo wary and Grand St. 345 Grand St. Fifth Avanua and 14th St. Ninth Avanua and 14th St. Fifth Avanua and 20th St. 2 Wet 33rd Street 57th Street and Third Ava. Mth Straat at Second Ava. Broadway and 104th Straat Lenox Avenue and 116th St. 125th St. and Lexington Ave. We Intite Your Account $500,000 JAMISON COAL & COKE Car Trust ilia. Principal ami Interest Asramei ky B. & 0. R. R. Tax exempt in Pa. Maturities ltl721-to YleM Afcrat 4.30. Moore,Lconard& Lynch Krlrk Building I'llltburgti 111 Braaaway New Talk Cllj. 1916 Edition of Booklet Public Utility liilt is now available for the me of investor!. This booklet em bodiei a tummary of recent in formation retarding 99 Public Utility b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 27 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1916. 9 SECURITY VALUES FUTURE V Iuivp prepared n special nn.il m of tho' present mar ket and conditions. Anyone interested In se curities ran secure a copy of Ihis letter. It should bu read met carefully. The analysis will Rive ;i dear idea of the present situation and what the future holds for security values. II rile for free opy. C. R. BERGMANN & CO. Investment Securities 66 BROADWAY, NEW YORK Telephones: Rector $860-1 -2-J-4 RAILROAD HEWS. A additional reporta of gross nrntnn for the third nk of July com in the slarkcnlng tendency of the ratio of gain becomes mor pro nounced. Western msd. untidily thn first to mnirlt.nte thflr tiiMe nf wickly gross, show relatively larger (aim than do the more tardy tfirt of Eastern and Southern district roads. nil aa the latter begin to coin In they pull down Hi ratin of Increase shown by the Weal cm mads. In comidrrlng preliminary weekly figures fnr tho current month II n HI ! well to note that 1l.fi inmliliind...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 27 July 1916

1 10 'THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 271916. COTTON XA1KET. Tk weekly Government weathir and erep bulletin failed to contain "ny Mni tlnnal feature! and led to conatrterabln selling, under which price early yealer day illcmooii sold off about a doien point" from the morning hlih levels. The report aid that the fre.iuent ami continued ralna had been generally unfavorable tor cotton 4rer much of the district from the lower Mississippi Valley eastward to South Caro lina, especially In lowlands, while there was complaint nf shedding In part tf South Carolina, Georgia, western Florida, Alabama ami Mississippi. Rust re ported In Mletlislppl. Fields were re ported grassy In much of the central and eaatern aeotlona. In North Carolina II ald the crop waa Generally promising. In Texas rain la adly needed except In the eoulhcaatern third of the Mate, but cotton la doing well and complaints of boll weevil are lee numerous. It wai contended that the re port Justified no further support of the market. A...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 27 July 1916

IORE PLANS FOR SKYSCRAPERS FILED poslpus for Three Bltr Struc (urrs Kntcrcd In Spite of Restrictions. BRONX CENTRE IS SOLD East Side Community Build Inir Good Demand for Dwcllinps. Mior Mllchel caused a bad upset tn the plars of many property owners when After declaring nt the Hoard of Estlmnte hearing on Tuesday that the lonlnt and height restricting flan would be adopted iaM.iv lie nut the measuro Into opera- .V., ..rv nf.rr,,n hv hnvin. ,,. IIVII ... 'w ....... .. , .......... .... ttnanl ot" to adopt It. It Is said that the Mayer's action was caused by a mea ns from the Bureau of HulldlnKS, which rejiorted m him that they were being oierwfcclmed with plans, and that If the adoption of the resolution were put off for two days plans would be filed In Mich numbers ns to defeat the objects of t.v,e restrictions. It Is now reported that several hundred plar.a would have been filed yesterday in4 to-day had the Mayor carried out Ms orlpir.nl Intention. Despite the fact that no sk scrap...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Sun and New York press. — 27 July 1916

THE SUN, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1916. Giants Refuse to Mar Matty Day and as a Result Reds Celebrate Harlem Holiday by Beating Up Sheriff Sallee NEWARK TROUNCES5 YANKEES' LEAD IS REDUCED TO HALF ALEXANDER WINS, BUT RIXEY LOSES TIGERS OVERCOME SENATORS' LEAD Superbas and Cardinals BALTIMORE CREW 12 Cirottc'H Delivery Hafflcs Crippled Donovanitcs Score Is 2 to 0. MOOHIDUK PITCHES WELL; CALDWELL IX OUTFIELD Chicago, July 2. The Yankee con tinue tj kIIcIc. Their stay ln( flrM place Is about to come to an end. tly loMnx n rccoml giimo to Chicago here to-day by a "core of 2 to 0, at a time when Tloston wa bcntlni? Cleveland, the New York lead simmered djwn to half n name. The White Sox advanced to a lie with Cleveland for third place, and re now only two nnd a half Kmen be hind the lending New Yorkers. Eddie Clcotte, one of the real pitching veterans of the American League, who base on balled hlmielf out of tho box yesterday, came back to-day for How land with bells on his tinners and his toes...

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