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r somethingr happens which.,we are
not expecting, every one of the 22
will be fit and ready f6r the' game
of his life, when we enter the
We shall go for; the world's
championship pennant with tie,
same determination and signal,
purpose with which we captured'
t the American league pennant, and
if past performances count for
anything, I am sure we will have
two pennants instead of one fly-t
ing over our club house next
spring at least, the'Cfiants will
have to go harder even than they
have been going this year-if they,
hope to pull down the big
Boston, Mass., Sept 28. The
higher courts have reversed an
other series o'f municipal court
sentences of Boston Elevated
Thomas Collins was sentenced
to. three months for assault The
sentence was reduced to thirty
The sentence of six -months im
posed on James Scully was chang
ed to a fine of $25.
James Langley, after serving
11 days of a three months' sen
tence, was fined $20 and freed.
The case of Christopher Sau
ter, sentenced to two months, was
placed on file.
Thomas Carroll, sentenced to
three months, will' only have to
serve 20 days.
To District Attorney Pelletier
j is due the credit for the reduction
of the unjust sentences. ,
Pelletier charged that the
lower courts of Boston simply4
made & practice of looking upon
any striker arrested as guilty be
foreXrial, and did not pay any at
tention. to the evidenbe. Then he
.appealed the cases.
., Th higher courts, freed dozens
.ofi'strikers, reduced the fines of
others,', and dismissed many
WHAT DID MOTHER SAY?
The kitchen was deserted.
Through the western window the
last red rays of the setting sun
poured into the room, making all
the commonplace things crimson
and fearful. Great t lurid stains
lay on the floor and dyed the win
On the hearthstone lay a hatch
et with ominous red stains on it
The floor near by was vivid with
a great scarlet splodge. The very
air seemed to quiver with horrid
Slowly the door opened and a
girl entered, sallow of face and
stealthy of tread. Her long, red
hair was gathered .in a careless,
untidy knot She stood awhile,
bathed in the lurid light from the
window, her eyes fixed convul
sively on the hideous hatchet and
the tell-tale stain on the floor.
Then a shudder ran through her
slender frame and she despairing
ly threw her hands aloft
"What oh, what will mother
say?" she gasped. "Won't she be
furious when she finds out that I
tried to open the rin of tomatoes
With the chopper?"