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HOW THEY'RE BATTING
White Sox Lord, .271; Benz, .262;
Collins, .255; Weaver, .249; Bodle,
.248; Chase, .246; Schalk, .243; Chap
pell, .238; Fournier, .224; Rath, .200;
Easterly, .200; Mattick 15; Russell,
.190; Cieottee, .175; rger, .171;
Cubs--Zimmerman, .311; Leach,
.294; Saier, .286; Bridwell, .286; Ev
ers, .277; Schulte, 271; Phelan, .264;
Cheney,' .235; Archer, .233; Miller,
.220; Bresnahan, .211; Corriden, .206;
iiboa, .160; Lavender, .093.
Jackson still leads the' American
League, with a mark of .393. Ty Cobb
is six points behind him. Milan, the
star base stealer, has registered 56
, Jake Daubert of Brooklyn is the
real high man in the National, hav
ing batted .365 in 97 games. Cravath
is the next regular, with .333. He
has knocked 14 home runs. Carey of
Pittsburgh tops the base stealers with
33. ' v
W. L. Pet.
.Milwaukee 72 48 1 .600
Louisville 67 52 ' .563
Minneapolis : 67 53. '.558
Columbus 66 55 .545
St. Paul 54 63 .462
Toledo 54 65 .454
Kansas City 53 67 .442
Indianapolis 44 74 .373
BEBELy MEMORIAL MEETING
The West Side Jewish branch of
-the Socialist party will hold a Bebel
memorial meeting tomorrow morn
ing at 10 o'clock, at Palace Opera
House, Blue Island and. Twelfth st.
The speakers will be National Sec
retary Lajifersiek, State Secretary I.
O. Bentall and Frank aoan, m tsn
glish, and Dr. Kapnogel and M. Ses-"'
kind in Jewish.
There will be moving pictures of
WOW! SOME SNAKE STORY
Hutchinson, Kan., Aug. 16.
Kansas is a prohibition state, but iu
supply of snake stories is unaffected.
At a mid-summer tournament oi
the Hutchinson Country Club, ad
cording to prominent members, John
Schwinn lost his match with. Pryoi
Combs at the seventeenth hole be
cause a btillsnake swallowed his gol
ball. The snake was run down and
killed and the ball will be put on
POLICE GET ALLEGED AMERICAN
DRIVER AFTER GUN FIGHT
A man, said to be a driver for the
Chicago American, was caught early
today after Officers Courtney and De
laney of the Desplaines st. station
fired several shots at him.
At the station he gave his name
as Harry Walters, 1234 W. Madison
street Together with Jacob Hass,
and his wite, 1433 Fulton street, he
aroused 'the suspicions of the officers
while loitering in dark doorways at
Madison and Curtis streets.
"When the officers came toward
them the trio broke and ran. The ar
rest occurred later in a Madison
WON'T PROSECUTE DUPREY
State's Attorney Maclay Hoyne
will not prosecute iSdwara J. Dupiej,
who- killed Henry Cronimus, the ageu
pnotographer, who was alleged to
nave mistreated Duprey's two young
Duprey was exonerated by the cor
oner's jury on an unwritten law plea
solely. Atter the inquest he was taa.ua
to Mr. Hoyne s ohTce with lus attor
ney, Charles E. Erbstcln.
Mr. Erbstein and Mr. Hoyne held a
long conference alter whicn the pro
secutor announced that he wouiu not
present the case to the grand jury
unless the relatives oi the" dic.eJ
made a demand upon him.
o o- -
Following hor desertion by tho rm
she married week ago, Mrs. Ma;
Crinkok, 30, 4318 Metropolitan pi.
hanged herself this mornir--.