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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 22, 1912, Image 11',
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Hendriksen one of the fastest
players in the" game, can step in
and fill the shoes of any of the-
regular outfield trio the three
greatest in the country.
Back of the bat is Carrigan,
Nunamaker, Cady and Thomas,
jik we have the "best catching force
$$ in either league.
While the Athletics are handi-
capped by injuries, I feel sure we
would have beaten them anyway.
Their pitchers have not been
right this year and Connie Mack
is experiencing the disappoint
ment that Boston encountered
for four or five years.
The change in ownership made
no difference in the team's play
ing. Had John I. Taylor remain
ed at the head of the club I be
lieve it would have been Boston's
year to win the pennant, for the
team is there, the spirit is there
and the men are out to bring that
old flag back where it belongs,
The Rt. Rev. John P. Carroll,
bishop of the diocese of Helena,
Mont., gave out another warning
against Socialism before leaving
for his home in the West.
"The church would warn the
. laboring man against the false
pretenses of Socialism," he said.
7P!. . U I M.L i.U U
one wouia gam resuue lhc um
doctrine of the dependence of
men upon one another, of their in
equalities reduced to harmony by
"First' of all, Socialism is econ
omically unsound. 'It destroys
the right of private ownership, or,
- at least, limits it to consumptive
goods, such as food, clothing and
"Who would work in the field,
in the factory, or in the mine, if
his surplus earnings were confis
cated by the state? Where would
be the incentive to toil if one were
not permitted to accumulate cap
ital and make it productive?
"Capital is stored labor, and
every laborer who saves his earn
ings and invests them is a capi
talist. Socialism would take from
the laborer all possibility of be
coming a capitalist. '
"Socialism is unpatriotic. It
aims to destroy all constituted in
dependence. "Worst of all, Socialism would
take from the laboring man the
things he needs most religion
"The attitude taken by the An
cient Order of Hibernians of
active and practical opposition to
Socialism is the attribute of every
really Catholicand truly patriotic
organization. No true Irish
American will be found in the
ranks of advocates of Socialism."
Required Eggs, salt, cayenne,
chopped parsley, onion, pepper,
Butter some small tin molds,
sprinkle lightly with pepper, sahj,
chopped parsley and minced
onion ; break an egg carefully in
to each, add a little seasoning.
Place the molds in a frying-pan
of boiling water and simmer gent
ly till cooked. Turn each one out
on a small square of buttered
toast and serve.