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city champon. Demlng put McDon
ald out yesterday in 37 holes, Rau
tenbush beat Bowker, Nelson defeat
ed Kinnucan and Patterson ousted
Cliff Lockhorn, Kansas City, is the
only outsider remaining in the tennis
tournament at Onwentsia. He de
feated Jimmy Weber in straight sets,
6-3, 6-4. Rain stopped the matches
early and the majority were post
poned. ' ,
Ever Hammer is to have another
chance at Johnny Dundee in an ef
fort to wipe out the defeat the
Scotch Wop plastered on him July 4
at East Chicago. The boys have
been matched to go 15 rounds at
Kansas City Sept 11.
Joe Yeager, famous bookmaker,
plunger and horse owner, died at
Niagara Falls following an operation
Yale is framing an early alibi for
its 1916 football eleven. Rooters say
the team will be a bloomer unless
the promising recruits and veterans
are relieved of military duty on the
GIRL WHO SHOT MAN SECRETLY
MARRIED LAST JULY
Superior, Wis., Aug. 11. Helen
Stewart, school teacher, charged
with shooting and probably fatally
wounding Dr, John G. Barnsdale be
cause she alleged he had mistreated
her, was secretly married at Virginia,
Minn., in July, 1915, to G. Milward
Smith, son of Geo. M. Smith, a prom
inent Duluth railroad man. They
separated a few days after their mar
riage. The authorities obtained the mar
riage certificate from D$. Barnsdale'a
safe to be used "as evidence."
Dr. Barnsdale's condition remains
unchanged. ; ,
Figuring on an average of four per
sons to each car, which is cdnserva
tive, there are 8,000,000 people in
this country in daily enjoyment of
NOTHING LEFT FOR JOHN AND
DELIA TO FIGHT OVER .
Marital differences could not go
much further than do those of John
and Delia Maher.
"He hasn't been supporting me,"
said Julia. "I have been sleeping in
an empty flat on the board floor. I
have been going hungry. Some times
he would give me 10 cents in a cou
ple of days. He hit me in the face
and laid my nose over on my cheek.
He got hold of my hand and bent my
fingers back until they almost
"What have you to say for your
self?" asked Judge Wells of John.
"This lady here" began John.
- "By this lady I presume you mean
your wife?" dryly asked the judge.
"No, she's not my wife," said
John. "I never married her. She's
goFa husband in Michigan. She fol
lows me around, forcing herself upon
me, and I dontt want her."
. "We were married," said Delia,
"and we had a certificate to show for
it, but he tore up the certificate and
said he would say I wasn't his wife.
But he told the judge in the morals
court that we are married and he
told the probation officer, Miss Or
rie, that we are."
Miss Orrie was sent for.
"Mrs. Mather was picked up wan
dering on the street," she testified,
"and was brought into the morals
court. At that time Maher told Judge
Uhlir that she was his wife and he
was allowed to take her Home. He
took her with him, but dumped her
off the car after they had gone a lit
tle way and left her, we understand."
"Then he should be arrested for
perjury," suggested Ass't State's
Att'y Rosinia. ' v
Maher laughed. "I cannot be ar
rested for perjury," he said, "be
cause I didn't testify under oath be
fore Judge Uhlir. I wasn't sworn."
So the case was continued until
Saturday to discover if there was
ever a license taken out by John Ma
her to wed Delia,