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ried Jan. 30 to Miss Anna C. Mayes
of New Oxford, Pa
Today the White Sox started ac
tual baseball worlr at Paso Robles.
The batts, balls and gloves were
hauled out and light practice was run
through. After 16 miles on the road
yesterday Manager Rowland decided
that the men were limber enough to
do a bit of tossing.
Larry Chapell and Rebel Russell
were put into the mud baths in an
effort to take off some of the surplus
poundage they have been carting
around. Rowland laid it down cold
to the big Texas southpaw that he
must be in condition if he expects to
draw pay from his team. Reb has
already taken off several pounds, but
is still far over his playing weight
BLAMES RETAILERS FOR HIGH
COST OF LIVING
A champion has come to bat for
the millionaire meat packers. He is
R. P. Fales of Clay, Robinson & Co.,
live stock .commission merchants.
According to a statement which
Pales gave out last night, the pack
ers are the goats. They market their
meats at a loss and usually receive
only a small margin of profit.
The blame for the high cost of liv
ing is laid to the retailer who, Fales
says, is more ready to mark up ad
vances that to give the consumers
the benefits of declines.
BOTH WILL RECOVER
Green Bay, Wis., 'Feb. 23. "Hoch
der kaiser!" exclaimed Johann Fer
'tig, a German, after reading the re
ports of the war in a local cigar store.
"Hoch hell," answered Fred James,
an'Enghshman standing nearby.
"That's all right," retorted Fertig,
"every man for his own country."
Then the two started a miniature Eu
ropean war, which ended in their ar
rest Half the important European land
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have taken place in Belgium. 1
"GAIETY GIRL" FOUND IT HARD
TO BE GAY IN LONDON 4
Gipsy O'Brien, ib glad she's in New
York; she's glad to feel that it's 'nb
longer necessary to keep her ey"e- oil
the clouds watching for Zepgetins.
Miss O'Brien is a. London Gaiety girl',
but war took the gayness out Of Shd
Gaiety and New York was the'-ofiTy
refuge open to the choristerr who's
now a member of the musical cbhiedy
company, "Tonight's the NightriT
o o iT
WOMAN FINED ON BOY'S TALE
Mrs. Carrie Glaze, 48, 646 13 gfcth
st, was fined ?50 by Judge LaPBuy
yesterday on a charge of harboring
young boys in her home. '
"About twenty boys were visitors
there," testified Gordon Heatherby,
14, 535 E. 35th. "I lived there A
month. We used to play 'raps'.
Sometimes she would play wifii lis.
Frequently we robbed groceries 'She
cooked our meals for usJl
o o si I
Austrialia has more unexplored
area in proportion to the population
than any other country. "