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the biggest Mt of basebafl. Nprteam, T BROTHERHOOD - OF TRAINMEN
it is said, can win without excellent
work around second base. Baseball
history has proven that contention.
Therefore, the Sox start well fortified
in an important place.
Against Kansas City Weaver
knocked a triple and single. Eddie
Collins got a homer, double-and -two
singles, and John Collins a homer.
During the early part of the sea
son, when Joe Benz will be useless
and Eddie- Cicotte may be allowed,
more time, Hy Jasper is a good bet
for regular box duty. He has equaled
the ability of Scott or Faber on the
spring trip. .
Manager-BresnaHan. has put the
old fight and; energy, into the Cubs.
That waslllustrated'wben they came
from behind-when Memphis had a
5-to-0 learfcand-wbh iff the tenth in
ning, lacking" "Memphis is no stu
pendousvtask. It has-been done fre
quently -this season by big league
But the Cubs didn't quit. That is
the salient feature of this victory. In
past seasons it has been no unusual
thing for a Cub team, slammed in the
early innings by a minor crew, to rat
tle along with only the ninth inning
and supper as a goal, and the making
of runs a minor issue. The affair did
not go into the percentages for the
National league record book, so why
Never again! The men will work as
hard when they are decisively licked
as when ahead. Harder,. 4n fact, or
the new boss will enrich his owners
with some money collected from
Throughout this season the Cubs
are going to give the impression that
they are in every ball game. The
gent who lifts up a tall fly will rutf
just as hard as the one who cub
loose with a. two-base wallop.
Among those who-are- not worry-
CANT OUST LODGE
Judge Baldwin yesterday entered a
permanent injunction restraining the .
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen
from expelling Square Deal Lodge,
This is the end of, a fight which
started when the Employers' Liabil
ity Law passed congress in 1908. The
railroads, finding they could not beat
the. law put up a fight to have the
Federals Employers' Liability Act
passed. This would have annuled the
-William Pinkerton, legislative rep
resentative of the Square Deal
.Lodge, learned that officials of the
Brotherhoods and other labor bodies
convened in secret session with at
torneys .representing the railroads be
fore the bill came up before the
House legislative committee. Sam'l
Gompers told of this secret session
before the committee.
Members of the lodge, headed by
Pinkerton. organized the Railway
Workers' Non-partisan organization.
This body made a national campaign
against the law which was defeated
when brought before the House in
After the fight W. Lee, pres. of the
Brotherhood, ordered the lodge to expel-
Pinkerton. This they refused to
do. The Brotherhood then attempted
to expel the lodge.
Granville Browning, master in
chancery, heard the case and recom
mended that the injunction be made
POLICEMAN KILLS ROBBER
Policeman John L. Sullivan shot
and killed man believed to be S. C.
Rapp, 750 Bowen av?, after revolver
duel. Followed attempt of man to
rob Belleson's restaurant, 1127 W
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