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.ation trials at Ogden park to rep
resent Chicago at St Louis in the
first national public parks tourna
ment. W. A. Davis broke 93 targets out
of 100, being high gun at the week
ly hoot of the Chicago Gun club.
Normals 4, Hagens 1.
Rex Tigers 8, West Ends 6.
Eclipse 1, Murleys 0.
Ideals 5, White Giants 4.
Magnets 10, South Chicago 6.
Aurora 4, Ashland 0..
American Giants 1, Lincoln 0. -Cicero
2, Romeos 1. t
Vohaskas 3, Waukegan 2.
Cubans 4, Garden City 2.
Rogers Park 9, Logan Square 8.
Merrimacs 9, Marquettes 0.
Kimball 9, Schultz 4.
Chippewa 9, Referendum 9.
Lendells 5, L B. R. 2.
Apollo 14, Acme 11.
Douglas Jrs. 2, Garnet 1.
Arcadias 5, Universal 0. -Peace
22, Grace 7.
Michigan City 5, Gunthers 3.
Union Giants 2, Griswold 1.
Emmett 7, Charity 5.
Webster 5, Humboldt 2.
Teutonia 11, E. C. Race 10.
Commonwealth 3, Stars 2.
Columbia 10, Washington Pk. 4.
North. Lights 17, Wicker Pk. 1.
Seminoles 4, Precious Blood 0.
.Ben Hur 4, Ft Dearborn 2. '
Maplewood 16, Progressive 3.
Englewood 13, Imperial 3.
Holy Family 3, Epiphany 1.
Queen of Angels 10, C. M. B. A. 5.
St Charles 17, St Philo 2.
Hammond 6, Lawless 0.
Shamrocks 12, Firemen 11.
SS. Peter & Paul 2, S.' W. Bank 1.
Galligans 8, Evanston Feds 0.
Pioneer 11, Sjcores 0. -Wallace
5, Morgan Park 0.
White Giant Jrs. 7, Blue Oaks 3.
LaSalles 8, Vikings 7.
St Charles 2, First National 1.
Defiance 5, Prince Edward 0.
Invincible 12, Amigo 4.
AUSTIN PASTOB' TO RETURN
NOTHING TO CONFESS
Unfortunate Dr. R. H. F. Gairdner
of St Martin's church is coming
back. At least he's coming back to
Chicago; whether he can "como
back" to his church is not settled.
Gairdner, in a statmenf from De
troit yesterday, denied wrong-doinga
and said that when he did return 1 a
would have nothing startling to con
fess. The pastor was accused of having
met Anna Stearns in Detroit Aunn,
herself said so when arrested there,
though she denied any improper con
duct by the minister. The girl has a
police record as a hotelbeat Dr.
Gairdner got acquainted with .her
when he secured her release here on
a hotel case.
PROTEST FIRING OF POSTAL
EMPLOYES ON BORDER
Union postoffice clerks and mail
men voted a resolution last night
condemning the postal department
for the new rule which says em
ployes must return from the border
to their jobs or forfeit them. The
men were members of the Letter
Carriers' ass'n, branch 11, which met
at 19 W. Adams st.
Provision was made to aid men
who are now on Mexican duty and
their families, and to help jobless
members of the association In Chi
cago. SALOONKEEPER STABBED TO
DEATH IN QUARREL r
An old saloon quarrel, fanned by
the heat of a few drinks, brought
death to Christian Deubler, 56, sa
loonkeeper at 918 W. Randolph st
Andrew Bepper, a romer-in the
Deubler home, was caught; he con
fessed. Mrs. Deubler hastened to her hus
band's band's room when she heard
the pair fighting, and arrived just in
time to see Bepper stab her husband
ten times with a butcher knife.