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er, but weak with the stick.
A. Giants, 2; Nebraska Indians, 1.
Chicago Generals, 9 West Sides, 8.
Spaldings, 4; Woodstock, 1.
DeKalb, 16; Roseland Eclipse, 4.
Gunthers, 17; Sheboygan, 6.
Elgin, 1; Normals, 0.
Chicago Giants, 5; Gary, 1.
Eugene Field, 11; Van Buren, 1.
Ninas, 10; Centrals, 2.
Unity, 16; Cornell, 7.
Monroe, 17; La Salle, 8.
Enterprise, 24; Standards, 7.
St. Lucy, 12; St. Charles, 6.
Paulists, 10; St Agnes, 8.
St. Edwards, 10; St. Raphaels, 7.
Immanuel, 5; Grace, 1.
Alma Colts, 8; Aetnas, 0.
Stebor Colts beat the Stoctons, 8
to 7, in a tight game. Herman for
the Colts outpitched Biggie, and
Reiley caught a swell game.
Reis, second baseman of the Chi
cago Greys, broke his right leg in
two places sliding to base in a game
against Belvidere. Belvidere won, 4
Joseph Carbone, 18, 1"f6 THden av.,
died yesterday at the West Side Hos
pital from injuries he claimed he re
ceived in a boxing bout at William
O'ConnelTs gymnasium, 500 S. State
street Carbone told his father he
had been boxing with Jerry Sullivan
and the latter hit him in the solar
plexus. O'Connell said the youth was
not sparring, but had been running
around the track and punching the
bag. Clark street police are inves
tigating. o o
WILL STICK TO MILITANCY UNTIL
VOTE IS WON
London, May 26. Informed of the
London newspaper reports that" the
women's social and political union is
about to abandon militancy, Mrs. Em
meline Pankhurst', militant leader, to
day telegraphed the following reply:
UThe report is absolutely -untrue.
Militancy will continue until the vote
.gwgaty, thousand persons, mostly
women and children, marched to
Victoria, Bark yesterday to take' part
in a demonstration for votes for
working women. Miss Sylvia Pank
hurst, recently recovered from course
of foroible feeding in Holloway Jail,"
attempted to address the crowd, but
was stoned and hit with clods.
r Finally the crowd seized the wagon
and started toward the entrance with
it Mounted police had to charge the
mob before the women were removed
to places of safety..
HE GOT IT ALL RIGHT
- -$p ..
She Do you believe in theory of
spreading disease by kissing?
He Well, they say there's some
thing in it.
She Did you ever catch anything
by kissing a girl?
He Yes, once. Her father caught