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350; Bodle, .250; Berger, .167; Chase.
.150; Schalk, .143; Benz, .000; Scott,
.000; Easterly, ,000; Breton, .000;
Lathrop, .OOOrteam average, .000.
Cubs. Archer, .389; Good, 318;
Leach, .250: Ev'ers .238; Schulte,
.227; Saier, .212; Zimmerman, .208;
Bridwell, .177; Cheney, .000; Vaughn,
.000; Williams, .000; Humphries, .000;
Pierce, .000; Miller, .000; Smith, .000;"
Lavender, .000; team average, .225.
Rivervfews, 5 Gunthers, 3.
Monroe, 7; Standard, 2.
Austins, 4; Tigers, 1.
Pennocks, 5; Magnets, 3.
McKinley, 10; Twilight, 1.
Union Grants,. 10; Murleys, 6.
Pairviews, 4; Cook "Colts, 4.
Loudins, 8; Bessingers, 3.
Eclipse, 3,; Galvins, 2.
Weidderechts, 12; Lombards, 3.
HENRY "SPENCER"ENTERS INTO
AGREEMENT TO DIE
Henry Spencer, the confessed mur
derer of Mrs. Rexroat, lias entered
into an agreement to die.
The agreement was made with the
DuPage county authorities. Under
its terms, DuPage county must give
him a speedy trial and agree to sen
tence iim to death on the gallows.
And the hanging must take place im
mediately. If the authorities of DuPage coun
ty violate this compact in any way
and delay the trial Spencer threatens
to plead not guilty and, in the event
of conviction, carry his case to the
Spencer seems quite, sincere in his
determination to expedite his sins.
"I know you have enough influ
ence with the judge to assure me the
death penalty," he told the DuPage
county officials, "so it will be only a
case of your living up to the agree
ment. I am making this agreement
because I want a quick trial and a
quick hanging. Now, understand,
-that if you shoot in a lot of alienists
and -try to have men sent to some
insane asylum or to Joliet I'll re
Kpudiate my confession,- present an
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The DuPage officials agreed and
Spencer was taken back to his cell.
After hearing Spencer talk to Geo.
Lenahan, proprietor of a hotel at
Round Lake, where the prisoner
formerly worked, Capt. Halpin is in
clined to believe the man's story that
he murdered a man and woman at
Fox Lake. He told many things that
were verified by Lenahan.
Spencer, while oh an automobile
trip, suddenlyemembered as he was
passing the Auditorium Hotel, that
he had killed a man there in 1899.
His story has, been termed ridicul--ous
by the hotel management.
THESE HAVEN'T BEEN PASSED
Washington, Oct 13. Here is a
list of measures which Congress has
.Compensation for federal employes
for injury or occupational diseases.
Compensation for employes in in
terstate commerce injured in their
An eight-hour day for women em
ployed in the District of Columbia.
Provisions in the immigration act
for mental examination of immi
grants by alienists; safeguarding wel
fare of emmigrants at sea by detail
ing American medical officers and
matrons to immigrant-carrying ships.
Provision for a national depart
ment of health.
A hospital ship for American deep
The seaman's bill to better con
ditions of American seamen and pre
vent accidents at sea.
A bill to provide a commission to
investigate jails andjthe correction of
Abolition of contract convict labor .
system by restricting the interstate
traffic in prison-made goods.
"The salad tastes awful! Didn't
you wash it?" "Of course, hubby
with soap even!"