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the Athletics. The only soft spot
there' is with the Macks.
Rex Tigers 3, Romeos 3.
Logan Squares 3, Ideals 0.
Normals 11, Ragens 2. .
Braves 7, Wheaton 2.
Hurleys S, 'Hammond 5.
Lincoln 12, Pulaski 4. -
Apollo 10, Lake 9.
White City 11, New Century 8.
Cicero 7, Marquette 4.
Amer. Giants 10, Henry Grays 2.
Henry Grays 9, Amer. Giants 6.
Garden City 7, Magnets 2.
Albany Park 5, Boston Store 0.
South Chicago 9, Gunthers 0.
Queen of Angels 17, Holy Fam. 8.
Merrimacs 10, White "Giants 7.
Jeffrey 5, Rogers Park 3.
Defiance 4, Beaconsfield4.
Ham'nd-Barkers 12, Roseland 2.
Wallace 5, South Chicago 1.
Richmonds 14, Humboldt 5.
- Bunk & Bump 5, Albany Stars 4.
Barber Colts 5, Shamrocks 1.
Davis Grays 1, Bennett A. C. 0.
Scaves A. A. 5, Honores 4. "
Lendells 8, Douglas Tigers 6.
TRADE UNIONIST AND FARMER
TO GET TOGETHER C. F. OF L.
There is a' harmony in the ideals
for which trade unionists and pro
gressive farmers have long been
fighting. So similar have in many
ways been their objects of attain
ment that it is wondered by many
students of economy that they have
not banded In a common fight But
interests that might suffer in purse if
farmers or unions secured correction
of certain evils that exist today have
succeeded until now not only in
keeping the farmer and union man
from co-operating, but have often
kept them at enmity with each other.
The fanners and union men of Illi
nois are going to get together, talk
things over, find out where their
common interest lies and plan ways
of securing their desires. Especially
do they want legislation that will
correct some of the misrule and un
fairness of the state government to
day. The get-together meeting will be
held at Quincy, EL, .the week of Oct.
18, when the 111. State Fed. of Labor
will be in session with over 1,000 del
egates attending. A call will be sent
out to the farmers this week, by Pres.
A. B. Hill and Sec'y J. P. Doyle of the
Farmers' Educationaf and Co-operative
union, urging them to attend the
joint 'meeting at Quincy.
At the Chi. Fed. of Labor meeting
yesterday plans for the union men
farmers' meeting were discussed and
officers were elected for the ensuing
year as follows:
President John Fitzpatrick.
Secretary Edw. ft. Nockels.
Vice Pres. Oscar F. Nelson.
Financial Sec'y F. G. Hopp! ,
Treasurer Thomas F. Kennedy.
Reading Clerk Wm. S. -McClen-athan.-
Serg't-at-Arms E. A. Schroeder.
Finance Coin. Elizabeth Maloney,
M. B. Philp, Gertrude Stoetzel.
Legislative- Com. John J. Bruce,
Margaret A. Haley, Jos. W. Morton,
C. A. Pense, Steve Sumner.
Executive Board Charles Dold,
Charles H. Grassl, J. A. Kain, Mary
O'Reilly, Mrs. Raymond Robins.
Deelsates to State Fed. John W.
.Bopp, Anna Fitzgerald, Geo. Slater.
None of tnree canamates ior aeie
gate to American Federation re
ceived majority of votes and another
election will be held.
STABS HORSES IN STABLE
A brutal man, either a maniac or
a disgruntled employe, killed one
horse and stabbed "three others in
the stable of H. R. Rook, 522 N. Hal
sted St., yesterday. The dead-animal
was slain by a long gash in its stom
ach. The others were stabbed with
an instniment which appeared to be
an ice pick.
A Hird that can't fv is the black
woodhen of New Zealand.