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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 08, 1912, Image 3

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allowed 5 hits, fanned 4 and pass
ed 4.
Eighth inning Boston: Cran
dall pitching for New York; Lew
is out Fletcher to Merkle ; Gard
ner and Stahl fanned; no hits; no
runs. New York: Devore out,
Wagner to Stahl; Doyle out,
Wagner to Stahl; Snodgrass
popped to Gardner; no hits; no
runs.
Ninth inning Boston: Wag
ner doubled; Cady sacrificed;
Wood out, Crandall to Merkle;
Hooper flied to Herzog; 1 hit; no
runs. New York: Murray flied
to Hooper; Merkle singled; Her
zog singled ; Meyers singled, scor
ing Merkle, Herzog going to sec
ond. Fletcher and Crandall
fanned; 3 hits; 1 run.
RAIN STOPS CUBS AND SOX
The Cubs-Sox city series game
was called off at noon on account
of rain.
WHAT THE COUNCIL DID
The city council last night:
Passed qold storage ordinance.
Passed ordinance requiring
horse vehicles as well as autos to
stop behind standing street cars.
Declared Columbus Day, Oct.
12, Jegal holiday.
Stt October 15 as tag day.
'Set next meeting of council for
next Monday afternoon at 2.
Cold storage ordinance now up
to HaVrison. Will require that all
foods be tagged with date when
put in cold storage.
Also provides that no foods,
except nuts, fruits, cheese and
Sregetables shall be kept in stor-
Jage longer th'an 10 month's.
That butter products cannot,
be kept in storage longer than
one year.
That fish shall not be kept in
storage longer i than 6 months.
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THE DYNAMITE CASE
Indianapolis, Oct. 8. District
Attorney Miller took up New
England dynamitings today.
Said Michael Young and F. J.
Higgins, of Boston, went with
McManigal to Springfield, Mass.,
April 16, 1911, on which date new
town tower was blown up.
. .Said Young and Higgins then
went to Hartford, Conn., and
wroteJohn J. McNamara they
had been there one week, thus lay
ing foundation of alibi.
More than 50 hotel clerks and
bellboys in Indianapolis today.
Expect to be first witnesses called
when opening statements are
through and trial hegins.
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THE BECKER CASE
New York, Oct. 8. The selec
tion of the Becker jury is being
were five men in the box this
afternoon. They were:
Harold B. Skinner, foreman,
35, manager N. Y. branch Edi
son Co.; Robert Purcell, 37,
chemist; John B. Hardy, 56, re
tired business man; Edward C.
Soule, 44, auditor; Wm. F. Ward,
50, woolen merchant. .
Becker takes the keenest inter
est in the selection of the jury.
He says he wants young married
men. Becker's wife is in courtroom.
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