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to be traded or sold. Johnson is be
lieved to be-responsible for his oust
ing, and may not let him manage
another team in the American
League. Stovall was given a tremen
dous ovation 6y the fans when he
appeared in the grandstand at St.
Louis yesterday to witness the game
between the. Browns and White Sox.
Taps sounded for the season of
1913 in seven minor baseball leagues
yesterday, bringing vacation days
for the weary athletes and gloom for
the loyal footers. Grand Rapids car
ried off the honnors in the Central
League, Atlanta was returned cham
pion in the Southern Association,
Battle Creek triumphed in. the South
ern Michigan League, the "Three I"
bunting was lifted by Quincy and
Oshkosh finished on top In the Wisconsin-Illinois
circuit Johnson City,
pulled down the bunting n the Ap--
palachian League,and Houston Is the
champion of 'the Texas League. "
Logan Square, 8; Gunthers, 7.
Kosciuskos, 10; Riverviews, 1.
Homeos, 7; West Sides, 5.
Kramers, 8; Ahlgrens, 3.
Firemen, 5; Melrose Park, 2.
Benton Harbor, 6; St, Joseph, 3.
Carnahan, 2; Gauntlet, 1.
Teutonia, 6; Douglas, 0. .
M. P. Burroughs, 10 r Prancis.co, 8.
Henry Clay, 10; Cross of Malta, 6.
Paulists, 1; St. Jarlaths, 0.
Van Burens, 1; Monroe, 0.
Standards, 10; Enterprise, 7.
Eugene Fields, 12; Unity, 3.
Ninas, 9; LaSalle, 3.
Cornells, 14;' Centrals, 3.
Holy Family, 17; St. Pius, 16.
St. Ignatius, 7; Lourdes, 3.
Evanston, 14; Normals, 5.
Fairviews, 9; J. N. Cigars, 5.
McHenry, 15; Com. Edison, 5.
Iroquois, 10; Austin, 9.
Indiana Harbor, 5; Jake Stahls, 2.
All Nations, 6; North Chicago, 6.
Glenview, 10; Barber Colts, 0.
Waukegan, 12; Silent Stars, 4.
. C L. Willeys, 6; Hastings, 1.
-Am. Electric, 8; Bear Cats, 2.
Chicago Magnets, 6; Pennocks, 3.
Stebor Stars, 28; Kelly Colts, 7.
St. Martins, 22; St. Pauls, 11.
Eclipse, 3-9; Allegan, 2-2.
JUDGE FAVORS VERDICTS IN THE
San Francisco, Cal., Sept! 8.
Judge Clayton E. Herrington, ex-assistant
attorney-general in charge of
the "white slave' bureau and now
president of the California Anti-
White Slavery Society, has voiced his
approval of the verdicts in the piggs
"By the verdicts of the two Cali-V
Jfornia -juries in the white slave cases""
of Maury I. Diggs and F- Drew Cami-
netti. a new and most potentweaporf"
has been put 'in the hands of those
who are fighting against the prostjtu-?
tion of women in every "form,'" hei
declares. "No rich man, because-he:
is rich, no amateur despoiler of wo-
men, can now escape any more than:
can the professional panderer who
traffics in flesh for filthy coin.
"It is not necessary for the whitei
slaver to debauch women for, money..
These juries have said that the 'love .
buccaneer' who, not for money, but
for his own pleasure, .debauches a
young woman, is to the full as guilty
as the professional panderer, who,
when the "'amateur has deceived, be
trayed and deserted a girl, grasps her
in his clutches and sells her shame
o o '
WILSON SEES BOWERY
Washington, Sept. 8. President
Wilson went on a sight-seeing trip
through Washington's Bowery, peek
ing, into windows like other sight
seers and finally, on his way home, he
violated the traffic regulations at Fif
teenth street and New York avenue -by
crossing traversely. A crossing
policenian recognized him and stop-
ped everything until the chief execu
tive was out of harm's way.
Street sprinklers have a poor safe j
in Venice, Italy. , '
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