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in good faith for fraternal, educa
tional or charitable purposes.
Eddie McGoorty pushed Hugo
Kelly down the pugilistic ladder
at Kenosha last night. At the
end of the tenth round Kelly was
groggy and stalling for the bell.
He managed to stay the limit, but
-was beaten 'in every "round.
Fire Marshal Seyferlich will
co-operate with the building
commissioner in closing every
nickel show that does not comply
with the ordinances insuring saf
ety to patrons.
The following proprietors have
"been given until Monday to make
certain alterations in their
houses: D. Pintozzi, 1142 S.
Halsted; W. E. Weinshenker,
1233 S. Halsted, and W. E. Wein
shenker, 1228 S. Halsted.
"Stop the evil marriage and
there wil be no divorce evil to
cure. There is no such .thing as
5ove at' first sight." Dr. Julia
Holmes Smith, discussing the
And now Willie Hearst, in the
American, is given credit for se
curing the Panama fair for San
We are anxiously waiting for
the versatile Willie to order
spring to push oid winter off the
Hugh McShafie, 3529 Colorado
ave.. swallowed his false teeth,
while laughing at a joke in a sa
loon at 3400 W. Harrison street.
They were excavated, and Mc
Shane will put a chain on the
chewers the next time he laughs.
Chief McWeeny has issued an
order, prohibiting the employ-
'ment of, girls as scorekeepers for
dice games m cigar stores, sa- i
loons and hotels. Many of the
girls shake dice with customers.
Dr. Allen Hoben of Chicago
university 'says baseball aids
boys' moral education. Some
times, doctor. But the exhibition'
of the Cubs against the Sox last
fall didn't have a very good ef- -feet
on the morals of the West
Side young hopefuls.
The Sox, with Delhi and Mo- .(
gridge in the box, shut out Waco
yesterday, 4 to 0. Callahan and "
Bodie were the only veterans jn
the game. Lord's sore arm gave
Berger a chance at third base,
and the recruit made two singles.
Rath and Fournier also did
good work. The big Frenchman
on first handled 12 chances with
out an error, and connected for a -slashing
two-bagger. He looks
better every day. ,
President Comiskev arrived in
.town yesterday, and predicted
that Weaver, Kath ana fournier
would be on the Sox; payroll
throughout the season.
Carl Morris, alleged white
hope, was given a severe beating
by Jim Stewart in New York last
night. t Morris was too big for
the Brooklyn man to knock out,
'but he showed no improvement
as a fighter. It looks like Carl
would have to go back to that
dear Oklahoma and a locomotive W
Quick action by Fathers Lut
trell and Murphy of 'St. Thomas'
Roman Catholicchurch saved the
building from total destruction
by fire early today when crossed