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straight from Boston. We "were en
titled, to three out of four- from New
York, and the same in Washington.
The Athietics jjeat.ns fair aneLsquare.
It is no disgrace tQ- be "walloped by
Look at Chance, His Yanks -wen
two games from Washington jester
day, hammering five pitchers for 31
hits and getting 9 runs hi each .bat
tle. HartzeH arid Gree got six hits
during the -afterndon. Borton and
Derrick smashed four each. Warhop
and Fisher kept the National' hits
scattered in the first game, and. m
the second Lefty Schultz yielded only
seven swats. The Yanks have vroh
eight out of their last 13 games, and
are pressing the Browns for seventh
Joe Wood stopped the Athletics
with four hits, Bostin winning easily
by hammering Bush. Duffy Lewis
punched a triple and single, both
figuring in the scoring;
Marty OToole pitched a regular
game, holding the Giants to eight
hits. Tesreau and "Fromme were
pounded. Coleman, the recruit
catcher, and Wood, the new out
fielder, continued their, senational
work for Pittsburgh, each cracking
three hits. Eyery Pirate got at least
President Comiskey of the White
Sox has purchased "Silk" Kavanagh,
the slugging outfielder of the Chi
cago Federals. Silk was the property
of the Green BayWis team, and
the Cardinals and Naps were after
him. The youngster will report at
once to Manager Callahan.
In the second Washington-Yankee
game yesterday five New Yorkers
were hit by three Washington pitch
ers in the first three innings.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Og Armour are
back home from Europe.
Mrs. J. Og Armour is said to have
a number of new Paris gowns.
The price of beef yesterday was
hoisted iy2 to 2 cents a pound.
The Committee of Fifteen has
confessed that it jeally is p commit
tee of forty-nine and' Julius 'Rosen
The bureau of efficiency is now
asking the city' councir to' let it in
vestigate city finances. ,
But the Harrison administration,
like Maclay Hbyhe, stputly refuses
to be investigated by nygne but its
lndeeriyShe Harrison 'adm'inistra- ,
tion goes further it declines to be ?
investigated by anyone but its own
NoW we're going tokhave down
state commission monkeying with
Chicago public utilities.
And the odds are about 16 to 1
that whatever way the cat jumps or
the bribes eo. the neonle will eet it
in tne neck anynow.
One of these days the people will
get real peeved, and. they'll take the
public utilities and run 'em them
selves as-public utilities and not as
private monopolies and creators of
No wonder the constitutional con
vention resolution was defeated;
Lee O'Neil Browne hinted it would be
a newspaper-bossed convention. - ,
The way some.of ther best-known
suffragists are .acting is a -powerful
argument against .giving them full
and unrestricted, suffrage.
Why the dfekens don't you quit
fighting amongst yourselves and quit
giving the newspapers, that are only
too glad of the chance, a igood ex
cuse for mocking them?
It's a great pity that some build
ing employers we .know of cannot be
given a good taste of what starving
It's a good thing Chieg McWeeny
has notified the tenderloin when, he
ia coine to rait it
Some of the habitues of "the Ifne"
might have been out when Mc
Weeny called had he not done so. " .