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out Jack Hanlon in three rounds.
At Philadelphia Benny Leonard
" beat Johnny Tillman, Billy DeFoe
beat Leo Vincent, Chas. Leonard
beat Eddie Hart, Jimmy McCabe
beat Eddie Kelly, and Wally Nelson
At Buffalo Knockout "Brown beat
At Akron Joe Welling beat Johnny
At $ew Orleans' Pal Moran beat
Jimmy Ward, Nick Cattina beat Kid
Chip, and Kid Buras knocked out Jo
nas Robertson. "
This morning Gov. Dunne leaves
Chicago and heads for the Wisconsin-Illinois
state line. At the same
time Gov. Phifipp" of Wisconsinjeaves
Milwaukee for the same point. All
along the road contingents from
each little town will join in the auto
mobile procession. At the meeting
place a banner reading "Bad Boads
From Chicago to Milwaukee" will be
stretched and then the "bad roads",
part of it will be cut out with shears.
The idea of the whole affair-is a fight
for better roads through Illinois and
Wisconsin. It is expected there will
be over 1,000 cars in the parade.
THE BIG STICK BATTLE
At bat Hits. Pet,
Speaker 531 205 .386
Cobb 527 193 .366
Jackson 576 196 .340
- At bat. Hits. Pet
Chase 524 177 .337
Wheat , 540 178 .320
Daubert 443 142 .320
QUICK ADVANCEMENT -
Fond Mother of Absent Guards
man I knew Jack would distinguish
himself with the regiment, and he
Neighbor Ah! On guard on the
border, isn't he?
Fond Mother Better than that!
Why, his letter says he's right in the
cuardhouse itself! Judge.
MY ONE .BEST REASON FOR
VOTING FOR WILSON
By Irving Fisher
(Professor of Political Economy at
Yale University and an Indepen
dent in Politics.)
The so-called issue of "American
ism," that has grown out of foreign ,
affairs, appears to me to be merely
a "red herring across the trail" in
tended to put the public off the.scent
I have little doubt that, by diverting
attention , from themselves to this
trumped-up issue,- the Republican
"old guard" hopes to "put over" on
the public another "Payne-Aldrich"
That so-caHed "protection" had
become a national scandal, a prosti
tution of public interests to .private
interests was, in effect, recognized
by Taft and other conscientious Re
publicans. But his administration
only demonstrated how difficult' it is
for a party, which draws its financial
support from protected interests, to
revise the tariff against these interests.
BOYS' BROTHERHOOD SECURES'
For the second time within a year
the Boys' .Brotherhood Republic has
been forced by unexpectedly rapid
growth in membership to move into
The latest move is from 1725 W.
12th st to 839 S. Ashland blvd? The
first regular meeting in the new
home will be held Saturday, night
The republic has taken a year's
lease on the new quarters with the
optionof buying it for $6,000 if it
The new quarters will have a large
meeting hall, several committee
rooms, a library and four rooms'
which will be used for the shelter of
Theres nothing a manly man ad
mires more than a girlish girl or a
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