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Manager O'Day set his young men
hard at work this morning. The
pitchers are not coming around fast
enough to suit him, and are still lack
ing in control.
Two more garnes .jare scheduled
with the St. Louis Browns, and then
come three games with the Mack
men. After that there will be little
chance for practice, as the Cubs will
be heading northward. Games will be
played nearly every afternoon, but
morning practice will be denied them.
Baltimore, Md Julia Marlowe,
actress, in serious condition after
operation for appendicitis.
Sacramento, Cal. City and coun
ty authorities state no more food will
be supplied jobless men.
London. Zetie Emerson, Ameri
can suffraget, arrested in battle be
tween militants and police. May be
Philadelphia. "Migratory . work
ers" will start march to Washington
second week in April, led by J. EadS
Howe, millionaire hobo.
New York. 20 persons injured"
when street car was tossed several
feet into air by explosion of gas main
at Broadway and Fifth av.
London. Frederick Townsend
Martin, wealthy New Yorker and
Portland, Ore. Albert Howard, ac
cused of wholesale thefts of linen
from firm of Fleishner, Mayer & Co.,
after 30 years' employment, suicided
Washington. Puckerless persim
mons latest achievement of scientists
of Department of Agriculture.
Omaha. J. H. Hopper, 26, stock
broker, killed while resisting arrest
of charge of uttering false checks.
Los' Angeles. 3 more of 8 men
given Neo-salvarsan at county hos
pital dead, making 7 victims in 24
New York. Singing catchy waltz
song which he had been unable to
sell, Henry Davis, young English
composer, won freedom in night
court after he was arrested on charge
Milwaukee. Thos. Karr, telegraph
operator, shot by A. P. Lapointe .in
argument over a girl -and politics.
Elkhart, Ind. Earl Dollman, 18,
son -of John Dollman, crushed to
death in calendaring machine of Elk
hart Paper Co.
Los Angeles. Helen Keller, deaf
and blind girl, said 'she heard high
notes sung by Mme. Saltzman-Stev-ens
in Brunhilde's announcement to
Clarksburg, W. Va. 3 persons
were burned to death when fire de
stroyed Lowe building in Market
street and adjoining structures.
Mobile, Ala. W. T. Bright, weal
thy lumberman, dead, and Mrs. Don
Anglin suffering from bullet wound in
cheek result of attack by husband in
chair car on train.
Glasgow, Scotland. Miss Cissy
Wood' 86, Rickerton, Scotland, won
plowing match against best men
farmers of district.
Newark, N. J. Fearing ridicule of
playmates because father bought him
narrow, pointed shoes like girls wear,
Henry Bassett, Jr., 8, swallowed poi
son. Stomach pump saved him.
700 WISE FOR HIM
The smart young housewife went
to market one morning to buy some
geese and found five hanging outside
"I am a boarding house keeper,"
she remarked, with a smile. "Will you
-pick out for me the three of those
geese that are toughest?"
The man laughed knowingly and
"Thank you," said the woman
briskly. "Now, I'll take the other
When a girl in a large establish
ment gets engaged, the other girls
predict that she will b"e back at work
, in a short time.