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"inside" player Evers is, and how
he is the swing member of the,
"Tinker to Evers to Chance"
combination, o& which a -poem
was written. '
Evers is a great ball player)
one of the, greatest infieldgrs of
the dayy in fact. He has his 30b
at second base cinched. Despite
his crabbed disposition, similar
to that of Jesse 'Burkett, he lsj
popular with his. teammates,, if
notwith outsiders withNwhom he
comes into contact.
what Happened in Chicago today
Testifying mJ?. L. Roach's
suit for 'diyore. Miss Agnes
Oberg, untjl yesterday Mrs.
Roach's maidsaid'about fourteen
different men haye visited Mrs.
.Roach in her fiat since February,
when her husband' left hea
James Mendel, chauffeur, who
yas arrested after chase by De
tectives Weber and Dubach on
motorcycles, admits running par
wnicn contained roDpers mat at
tacked and stole $100 from L E.
Steinbach, cashier Schulte Bak
ing Co. at Thjrty-fifth Street "L"
Abraham Marco, bartender,
332 North Clark st., shot through
lung by Mjchael Canale, printer,
who jumped 'on seat of cab and
escaped. Jealousy over woman!
Marco may die.
Julius Christensen, 62, will be
gin 14 years' sentence for mur
der of Mrs. Irene Watson.
Jas. Neanen, Winnetka, killed
by Chicago & Northwestern "L"
train at Morse Ave. crossing,
Rogers Park. ,
Wm. Olson, 4448 N?, Whipple
St., knocked down by Bowman
ville car at N. Halsted andv Lin
coln. Seriously injured.
Police investigating strange
story told by Marion Gorecki, 19r
. University High School puil and
daughter of Count Stephan Go-s
recki, 1121 Noble St., who was
found lying, drugged, on Chicago
University campus. She .says she
was on way td school when three
men ''drove up, seized her and,
after driving , some distance, "
robbed her of jewelry and then
brough her back to ca'mpus.
, W. H, Thompson, alias Drum
mondjfountl guilty of bigamy,
sentenced from 1 to 5 years. Had
Maza Osborne, who was releas
ed from charge. pf shooting Dr.
Fischer Sunday iiight after-doc
tor hid said it was accidental, was
re-arrested last night, booked for'
.assault wnn intent to kui. re
leased on $500 bond.
Frank Rbinerardt, Kansas City,
held up and robbed of $28 and
watch on Van Buren st bridge.
Rice Gregoryr .Louisville, died:
at county hospital of hydropho
bia. Bitten 6 weeks ago. ,
Mrs. A. K, Dyer sent nightieto
laundry which contained $200 in
money $400 diamonds. Laumh
men cleaned' and pressed the
money, polished the diamonds
and sent them back, I
P. F. McCarthy, former south
side banker and real estate dealer, -tried
for embezzlement and lar
ceny, found not .guilty, -