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im Dunn's Cleveland Indians al
ready have the attendance Tecord for
the American league this season
The club has played to over 425,
000 paid admissions at home,-according
to Vice Pres. Rob't McRoy.
The park seats 19,700 and only
1,400 of these sell lor two bits per.
The average for each admission is
better than 65 cents on the season.
That means that the Injuns have
had cash receipts at home of over
$280,000, of which visiting clubs get
And last winter Ban Johnson could
not give the club away!
Willie Ritchie has gone in for avi
ation. In future he will be known as
Rex Tigers 7, Murleys 6.
White Giants 12, West Ends 6.
Eclipse 2, Ragens 1.
South Chicago7 5, Romeos 4.
Rogers Park 5, Normals 3.
Magnets 21, Logan Squares 4.
American Giants 3, Cuban-Stars 0.
Lincolns 10, Garden City 8.
Boston Store 5, Blums 5.
Hammond 5, Chicago Giants 3.
Illinois Cent 10; Nat'I A. C. 1.
Minors 6, Nectars 6.
Sunrise 8, Married Men 5.
SS. Peter & Paul 7, Galligaira 1.
Chicago Heights 7, Utah Braus 0,
Kimballs 13, Cables. 10.
Wallace 4, Senecas 2.
Central Turners 0. Oakland 0.
Englewood 8, Ft. Dearborn 7.
Defiance 4, Henry Clay 3.
Teutonia 6, E. C. Race 0.
, Peehan 6, Unity 0.
St. Rose 10, Sherman 0.
Commercials 5, Washington 0. 4
Columbia 9, Star 3.
Douglas Park 4, Columbian 3.
Eugene Field 9,' Orientals 7.
Van Buren 8, Palos 4.
St Vincent 6, St. Dominic 0.
White City 10, Norden 1.
Lake 8, Reliance 1.
St. Charles 18, Notre Dame 5.
Cicero 2, Merrimacs 1.
Arcadias 3, Farmer B. C. 2,
Southwest Bank 7, Woodmen 6.
Lyric Jrs. 12, Iowas 10.
Grand C. 3, Commercials 0.
Rovers 5, Leudels 4.
Firemen 10, Cops 4.
Jeffreys 8, Waukegan 1.
Lockport 2, Keystones 1. v
Chippewa 14, Elmhurst 11.
St Philo Jrs. 17, Hamlins 3. (
Crawfords 6, White Giants 5. .
Kucera Colts 5, Webers 1.
NOSY OFFICE BOY UNCOVERS
"ETERNAL TRIANGLE" ,
Business men, and particularly
mafYied business men should be
careful of their watchful office boys
when they succumb to the charms of
their pretty stenographer. Witness x
the fate of John S. Miller, until re
cently head of the printing company
at 618 Sherman st which bears his
Mrs. Miller, who lives at 1412 Ar- '
gyle st, became just the least bit
suspicious when Miller began stays
ing out nights. But "she trusted him
until one day she went to his office
and found him out While waiting
she began to talk to his office boy. '
Bit by bit, she says, she teamed of
the attentions her husband was be
stowing on Inez Schon, 3729 Agafite
av., his young stenographer. She ,
learned enough to set her on the trail
of her husband and the girl. She says
she found them in an apartment at
1215 Jtosedale av. The husband ad
mitted he loved the girl and the girl
brolce down and wept, according to
Mrs. Miller. The next day Mrs: Mil
ler filed a bill for divorce, but through
sympathy did not name the girl.
Shortly afterward Miller disappeared,
taking his money with him. The .
girl also is missing. There will be a ' J
newbill for divorce filed in a day or
two. The new bill win name the girL
Yuba City, Cal., has had nobody .in
its jail for six months, not a mar
riage, all the undertakers have
moved, and the city marshal's only
duty in a year "vvas to kill a dog.