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another team called the. Sob Sis- Slap I don't quite get that,
ters, because they-always play to Empty bleachers?
empty bleachers. Thud Yes idle tiers.
NEWS OF THE DAYCOiNCERNING CHICAGO
Four persons were bitten by
dogs in Chicago today. All will
recover. Chief McWeeny has
ordered that all dogs permitted
loose in the city be muzzled.
Krohri"s department store, W.
Madison and 41st ave., destroyed
by fire today, with loss amount
ing to $75,000. Surrounding
buildings were menaced.
Three hold-ups stationed them
selves at 31st and Morgan streets
early today, and within three
minutes robbed Anthony Bullkey,
Walter Tuyler and frank Kirs
CQto. The bandits escaped with
$41 and two gold watches.
The license of "Mike the Pike"
Heitler's saloon, -38 S. Halsted,
was revoked by mayor yesterday,
for the second tinie in seven
months. It was restored Dec. 23,
but when the mayor found Heit
ler was running it again he clos
ed the place.
Dave Shean, Cub utility man,
turned over to Louisville yester
day, refused to sign with the Col
onels. Dave didn't like going
back to the minors, and left for
his home in Boston.
The West Siders had no trou
ble beating Louisville, winning
by a score of 6 to 1. Reulbach
and Mosehy pitched, and, "Big
Ed" gave a swell performance.
Either Mosely or Toney will be
left in Louisville when the Cubs
"How many hots left in -this
revolver?" asked Edward Wicks
in a shooting gallery. When told
there was one Edward fired it
through his brafin.
"Parlor conferences" are to be
held in the homes of 1,500 church
men to consider fitness of candi
dates for office. f
But "back room conferences",
to decide how many votes are
needed, will put it all over the
parlor conferneces as usual. v
It may have beena ball game
the Sox played in Oklahoma City
yesterday, but the score doesn't .
look like it. Cal's men won, 17 '
L The-Sox seconds, led by Doc
White, ran into a knotty proposi
tion in Omaha, but managed to
nose out a 6to 3 victory.'
Officials of the Chicago Great
Western ry., are expected to re
ply in a few days to the demand
of their telegraphers and station
agents for wage increases and
better working conditions.
Bella Bairellas, 9359 Cottage
Grove ave., owner of several boot
black stands, fleeced out of $4,541
by two "con men" whosold him
"$10,000 worth of government
Police are searching for Alex
ander Burns, 115 Aberdeen street,
accused by his wife of kidnaping
their two children, aged 16 and
Negotiations will be begun in
a few days for settlement of the
.carpenters' strike. The Contrac