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Queen of Angels 12,St. Vincent 4.
Qlympias 11, Oriental 10.
Douglas 18, Palos 5. v
Standard 4, Monroe 1.
St. Chas. 10, Holy Family 1.
Feeban 8, Blessed Sacrament 1..
Columbia 2, Commercial i..
Peace 5, St. Mark 3.
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Whiting 5, Lake 3.
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Wicker Park 6, Irving Park 1.
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NEW PRESIDENT OF NATIONAL
L I. &OfK
Boak, head consul of the Wood
men, of the World, is the new presi
dent of the National Fraternal Con
gress of America, consisting of 89 so
cieties with a membership of 6,500,
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HAD TO REMAIN
Traveling Lecturer for Society( to
the remaining listener) I should
like to thank you, sir, for so atten
tively hearing me to pie end of a
rather too, long speech.
, Local Member of Society Not at
all sir. I'm the second speaker.
JOHN D. -SHOOP RECOVERING
BOY KILLED IN STOLEN CAR
Sup'tof Schools John D. SJioop
waa resting easfly today, according
to advice from Danville, 111., where
he was taken after an auto accident
that caused injuries to Shoop, his son:
'Arnold arid three Mattoon, 111., men-near-Paris,
111. Shoop suffered a
broken collarbone, three broken ribs
and several minor injuries. McFar
ren Davis, MatOon editor, suffered a
fractured skull. Others were bruis
ed. Party was returning from a lec
ture by ex-Pres. Taft when steering
knuckle broke and auto crashed into
telegraph pole. All were rushed to
A joyride in a borrowed car caused '
death of Patrick O'Hara, 18, 1645. N. '
Kedzie av., when two autos crashed
together at Hermitage and Wabansia
av8., yesterday. O'Hara was driving
a car belonging to Benj. Morris, 1129
Oakley av., who had reported it stol
en. The auto collided with the car
of John Pusandt, 2224 Cortez. Five
companions were with O'Hara. Ray
mond O'Hara, Patrick's brother; C.
Quinstrom, 834 N. Robey, and Geo.
Gresch, 1029 N. Lincoln, were hurt
and taken into custody by the police.
Others escaped. The car burned.
Ass't City Prosecutor Gerald Barry,
his wife and five children were
thrown out and badly injured when
their autcwas struck by a Rock
Island train near Oak Forest Car
'FRISCO COOKS ON STRIKE .
Chicago Cooks and Pastry Cooks'
ass'n- issues warning to restaurant
workers that the culinary workers of
San Francisco are on strike and that -there
are no fair jobs now to be had'
in restaurants and hotels -in that city.
TEN TIMES LOUDER
"Dcyou know anything abourthe
language of flowers?"
"Only this much: - A 55 box of
roses talks va heap louder to a gin
than a 50-cent bunch or carnations.