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ting a J)lack eye. The two have been
enemies since last year, when "Wol verton was' manager of of the Yanks and James was, a Nap. , Al Reich Icnocked out Tim Logan in the fourth round in Nevj; York. "Reich. showed' Tie, knows little about the. fight game, butLoganknows less. o o " MAYQR CLOSES WEISS SALOON Saloonkeeper Ed Weiss, power of the- Twenty-second street redlight district, has finally been closed up by order of Mayor Harrison. Weiss' place is 'located at 32 W, 22d street. The 'Committee of Fif teen reported the -place to the mayor after evidence was introduced during awhite slave case before Federal Judge Landis pertaining -to caBh transactions in vice in Weiss' place. 'Mayor Harrison, however, denies that lie closed the place to satisfy Jul ius Rosenwald's reform organization. "They had nothing to do' with my auction in this ase," said the mayor. "I decided to close the place after I had read a report of the -evidence in a white slave case before Judge Lan dis." . ( The mayor also intimated that the committee's fight was confined to the 22d street district,territory that large - interests are seeking to obtain. '"It is rumored that one of the-men whose name appears on the letter head" of "the committee is the real owner "of some property in the' red ligfit district," said the mayor, "al though, very wisely, tlie title is Iij his brother-in-law's name." ' ' . The committee, however, has taken unto themselves the credit' for the closing of the "Weiss saloon. o o "NUFFIN TO'IT"-"AINT NO USE" Galesburg, III., 'Oct. 22. An old colored bootblack, 'asked whatr he thought of the. world's series a't a time when it actively engaged the attention of, the public expressed, the following queer quirks o philosophy: "NjuffinHo it,rt hanswered. j;Nuf- fin' to it,, 'cent stravagpnce. Dem bi league nvmpgers, dey go out beatin -up de bushes for a pitcher nobody can hit, and when dey find him dey spend enough for him to keep all, the. good colored folks in beer and bacon for ten year or mo'. An' den de rest,of de managers goes out and beats up I some mo' bushes and gets a batter I wot can, hit any ball any libin' pitcher can, throw. N - T "It's a good deal like old mammy used to say down South," he con- i clflded dolefully. 'Ain't no use fq' us po' niggers,' she'd say. '01 Mars he go buy mo' niggers to xaise mo' cotton to buy mo' niggers to raise mo' cotton ain't no use.' " ' ' MEXICO UP AGAINST THE HIQH COST OF LVING Washington, Oct. 22. Consider able apprehension is felt, over the elections to tie held at Mexico City next'Sunday. That they will be farc ical Is. admitted, but there is grave danger that when the- announcement is 'made that HUerta will continue as "provisional president" and abso lute'' dictator , serious outrages ay be committed against foreigners in the ensuing demonstrations. "With the price of foodstuffs and clothing advancing by 'leaps and bounds, and exchange in Mexico City already beyond the prohibitive mark, the feeling against Americans, who are, held responsible for existing con ditions', continues to grow. DIAZ AT VERA CRUZ Vera Cruz. GenerkrFelix Diaz ar- -iJ rived herp -from JEIavana abdard th,e ' German steamship Corcpvado. Ow ing to the' popular Impression that Huerta.had ordered the-soldiers to fire on top noisy demonstrators the crowd at the pier was silent. It is said that Huerta agents who boarded the steamer at her quay are endeavoring to persuade Diaz not to land until after Sunday, which would greatly simplify the elections andjjfc jperhaps averta-natfonatcrisis,.