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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 11, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 12

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gers and was not hit safely. He fan
ned three. Foster pitched the last
three innings for Boston and was not
scored on.
According to an announcement
from Springfield, 111., Ray S chalk and
Miss Lavina' Graham of Farmersville
are to be married in two weeks. The
dandy catcher of the White Sox lfves
in Litchfield.
Spike Kelly had a shade decision
over Morrie Bloom at the end of ten
rounds in Racine. Bloom floored
Kelly in the fifth, but Spike came
back strong. In the same show Red
Dolan had an easy time with Matty
Smith.
Matt Brock, Cleveland feather,
knocked out Eddie Campi of San
Francisco in the second round at
Minneapolis.
Bat Levinsky outpointed Gunboat
Smith in a slow 12-round fight at
Boston.
George Simpson, Oak Park, was
the only local golf pro "to win in the
match play tournament of the coun
try's best-professionals, now on over
the Siwanoy course, New York.
Simpson defeated Walter Fovargue,
Skokie, 6 to 5. The remaining Chi
cago representatives fell by the way
side. o o
WEST SIDE BAKER SLUGGED
Louis Beaker, owner of bakeries
at 847 Maxwell st and 1502 S. St
Louis av., complained t$ the federal
and city officials yesterday that he
was slugged yesterday because fie
has refused to raise the price of
bread. He said he had incurred the
enmity of other West Side bakers by
refusing to join their high-price or
ganzation. An investigation is being
made. "
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Mrs.Anna Wendig, 1522 S. Michi
gan av., held on con game charge.
Sold grocery store; stock was mis
sing, claim.
Suicide verdict by coroner's jury
over body of Mrs. Bessie Hicks, 7148
C. Chicago av., found dead by gas.
THE WOMEN'S WILSON LEAGUE
ORGANIZES IN GROUPS
The professional woman's branch
of the Woodrow Wilson Independent
League of Illinois was organized to
day by a group of women represent
ing physicians, lawyers and busi
ness women. Headquarters will be
maintained at the Woodrow Wilson
Independent League of Illinois, 6th
floor, City Hall Square bldg.
Miss' Henrietta Krighel was made
general secretary and will be in
charge of the headquarters work.
Among those signing the call are the
following:
Physicians Julia Holmes Smith,
Lucy Waite, Rachel Yarros, Anna
Dwyer, Rachel Hickey Carr, Anna B.
Blount and Carrie B. Alexander.
Lawyers Catherine Waugji Mc
Culloch, Nellie Carlin, Dora E. Link,
Henrietta Krighel, Elizabeth Hoff
man, Estelle V. Pease and Florence
Carey.
Business Women - Jean Wallace
Butler, Sophia Delavan, A. C. Ten
ney, Juliette Stuart, Rose Sears and
Roda E. Hecht
TELEGRAPH BRIEFS
New York. Mme. Sarah Bern
hardt's path strewn with flowers
when she landed from Paris for tour
of America.
St. Joseph, Mo. rOscar D. McDan
iel, state's attorney here, being held
in jail pending appeal for bond fol
lowing indictment for wife murder.
New York. New York city now
getting approximately 60 per cent of
its normal milk supply.
North Easton, Mass. Langwater
Dairy Maid, Guernsey cow, sold at
auction for $6,150.
Tokio. Count Seiki Terauchi,
new premier, says Japan desires only
peace with America.
Btiffalo. Mollycoddling peniten
tiary inmates is peril to prisoners and
society, Gov. Whitman said in address.
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