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t)UIMET OUT OF GOLF DEAL
HERRESHOFF WINS SECOND
Sandwich, Eng., May 20. Francis'
Ouimet, United States open golf
champion wa eliminated from the
British amateur gojf championship
today in his second round -when he
went down to defeat before Tubbs of
Littleton. Tubbs won two up.
This left only four Americans in
the running: Frederick Herreshoff
of New York, Charles W. ("Chick")
Evans of Chicago, Harold Weber of
Toledo, and -Arthur G. Lockwood of
Frederick Herreshoff offset Oui
met's defeat by beating Piatt four up
and three to play.
Harold Weber defeated Carlisle
seven up and six to ptey.
MAN STABBED ACCUSES PAL
Serrafino Arminio says he awoke
today to see his roommate, Milton
Walker, rifling his clothes, in which
were $70. Arminio protested but be
fore he could arise from bed Walker
pinioned him and drew a knife across
his throat, he told the police. Arminio
is dying in the County Hospital. The
police are looking for Walker. They
lived at 821 W. Monroe.
SEE FALL OF SALTILLO
Washington. Interest in the Mex
icn situaatin today centers in the fate
of Consul Silliman. The department
believed Villa will take Saltillo with
in 48 hours, and Consular Repre
sentative Geo. Carrothers, who is
with Villa, has already been ordered
in this event to determine immediate
ly what happened to the vice consul
Mediation on Today.
Niagara Falls, Ont., May 20. dele
gates to the mediation conference to
be formally opened this afternoon ar
rived here today. Robert F. Rose,
representative of the State Depart
ment, met them at the station.
Americans yearly spend $320,000,
000 for soda water.
'" HE WAS WISE n
By Jim Manee.
Said the teacher of the Sunday school
To her class of boys one day:
"Here's a question for you all,
Let's see who first can say
Where boys who do not put their coin
In the plate are sure to go?"
And one boy jumped and said, "I
Down to the nickle show."
P Si "Gimme a dime, mama, for
COUNTY BOARD BACKS HOYNE
The county board came to the sup
port of State's Att'y Hoyne yester
day and as a result the claim of the
Illinois Training School for nurses
for $19,707 was" blocked.
The majority of the board then of
fered to pay the school $11,300,
which amount Hoyne pointed out
was all the school was entitled to.
McCormick and his gang would not
vote for this and insisted the school
should get "all or nothing."
The school now threatens to with-
ilraw all their nurses from the Coun
GAMES FOR TODAY
Chicago at Philadelphia.
St. Louis at New York.
Detroit at Boston. '
Cleveland at Washington.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Boston at Pittsburgh.
Brooklyn at St Louis.
New York at Cincinati.
Chicago at Pittsburgh.
Kansas City at Baltimore.
St Louis at Buffalo. "
Indianapolis at Brooklyn.
Fair Wednesday; Thursday partly
cloudy; mild temperature; gentle east
to south breezes.