his aid. Matty was treated rude-1
ly, Cards scoring winning run off
Harmon was also chased, but
Slim Sallee earned gratitude of
Chicago by stifling Giants.
Miller Huggins, Steve Evans
and Rebel Oakes each blasted
loose three hits.
Rixey held Reds safe for seven
innings, then yielded a run. With
menon second and third and 6ne
out in the ninth he was lifted in
favor of Alexander. A sacrifice
fly won for Cincinnati,
Fromme pitched a tight game
all the way, allowing Quakers
Marsans and Hoblitzel each
uncorked a pair of hits.
Adams was in world's series
form, letting Brooklyn down
with six hits.
One of them was a homer by
Wheat which scored two Dodger
Pirates pounded away at Ruck
er, breaking "him in the seventh
with four runs.
Jack White of Chicago lost a
newspaper decision in a ten-round
go to Frankie Russell at New Or
leans last night. White claims he
was entitled to verdict.
Jack Dillon of Indianapolis
knocked out Bill Donovan in
fourth round at Richmond, Ind.
Jimmy Cofforth expresses con
fidence that he will be able to ar
range a match between Abe At
tell and Johnny Kilbane for Sept.
9 at Frisco. Attell is eager for
the bout, but Kilbane is said to
Mordecai Brown has signed
North and Caesar, two pitchers
from Mt. Clemens, Mich., for
Berrans, rookie belonging to
White Sox, has been let go to Du
buque of Three-I league.
Hot tea is a much better be-tyeen-meals
drink than ice water
in the summer time.
Try using lemon and vanilla to
gether in flavoring a cake. It'
makes a pleasant change.
A wooden toothpick is more
cleanly than the straw from a
broom with which to test bread
Always stand the ironing board
on the wide end to prevent dis
placing cover by slipping down
ward. Browned flour will impart
flavor and coloring and make
soups and graives especiallygood.
Tinware that -has been discol
ored may be made bright by boil
ing it in a solution of boraxwater.
When soaking salty ham add a
tablespoonful of molasses to the
water. It improves the taste and
makes the ham fry nice and
When you spill grease upon the
floor immediately pour cold water
upon it. This cools it before it
can strike into the wood.
Without throwing a single
brick, American suffragists have
come within hailing distance of
success, while their British cous
ins are still divided as to whether
the brickbat or hatchet is the
proper equal suffrage argument
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