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their shoots. Foster fanned 8. Lewis
did the best Batting for Boston.
Slim Sallee passed six and the
Cards committed five errors. That
made it soft for Pittsburgh with
Cooper pitching. Mike Mitchell and
Koney each punched doubles and sin-'
gjes. Mike Mowrey tripled and sin
gled. George Gibson was passed three'
times and whaled two singles.
The Cards have been promised
bonuses of 10 per cent of their sal
aries if they finish fifth, 15 per cetot
for fourth and 20 per cent for one,
Frank Chance will give each xf his
players a million dollars if they win
Dixie Walker, New Orleans pitcher,
formerly with Washington,yis report
ed to have jump'ed to the Chifeds.'
Walker is one of the best mechanical
pitchers who ever handled a base
ball, but refused to take his worl?
seriously when in the big tent.
Sam Langford wore Kid Cotton
down in eight rounds at-Chattanooga.
The two smokes battled fiercely and"
damaged each other severely,
Willie Ritchie and Harlem Tommy
Murphy topped off their training to
day for their title bout in San Fran
cisco tomorrow, and each claimed to
be in excellent condition.
Murphy did not appear drawn fromi
the hard conditioning siege, hut the
wise money was going on the cham
pion at long odds. It was predicted
that at ringtime Ritchie .would be a
Sailor Petroskey and Jack Dillon'
w have been matched to fight in Butte,
" Mont., some time next month.
Fraserl Hale, Edgewater golfer,
yesterday sailed for England on a
cattle boat. This is the way -Chick
Evans traveled when -he invaded Eng
land. o o
New York While Broadway was
crowdedrhighwayman smashed plate
glass window of jewelry store with
' brick, grabbed $15,000 worth of gems,
jumped into taxi and escaped.
A TELEGRAPH BRIEFS
Kansas City; Mo. 10 tons of build
ing material fell from second story of
new Woolworth building, burying ne
gro laborer under it.
New ' York. Newcomb Carlton
elected pres. Western Union Tele
graph Telegraph Co. in -place of
Theodore N. Vail.
Albany, N. Y. J. P. Morgan retir
ed as director of New York Central.
Philadelphia. P. H.Welch; Tren-,
ton, N. J., freight brakerfian, , killed
by passenger train.
Fort William, Ont GeorgeHardy,
26, and Bert Simpson, 20, arrested
after pistol fight with police. Confess
ed to blowing 2 safes and robbing. 16
Jefferson City. Mo. Oliver Luck
ett, convict, paroled. Died of joy few
Sterling, III. Worry over fact that
Sterling voted dry April 7 caused, Fred
JCautert, formed brewer, to suicide.
Carlisle, Pa. Posses searching for
two unidentified men. who dragged
Mrs. Pearl Norris from buggy and
brutally assaulted her.
Mount Greenwood, III, Joseph
Shannahan, this town's "police
force," started to investigate his first
"case" in six months, a suicide. Mis
sing. New York "I heard man say he
wished all the booze -was at bottom
of the sea," said Pres. McGlynn to
N. Y hotel men's convention. "Later
I learned he was a diver."
New York Despite the fact she
admitted drinking a cocktail, a bran
dy and soda, and a thir1 of a quart
of champagne, jury awarded Frances
Fraser, dressmaker, $3,500 damages
"because she walked off moving train.
Berlin All German actresses,
whether married ox single, are here
after to be styled "Fred Schauspiet
erin" (Madame Actress) in accord
ance with decree of German theatri
Tulsa, Okla. Oklahoma National
Guard stopped racing at Tulsa,
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