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a mainstay -for the Reds last yc:.r
when they were in dire straits. He is
a friend of Tinker, and it is under
stood itjwas through the latter's 'in
fluence that the big fellow was in
duced to hop.
James Duffy of Hamilton, Ont.,
won the Boston marathon yesterday.
His time for the 25 miles wag 2:25:01.
Harry Hebner defeated Perry Mc
Gillivra"y by ten yards in the 220-yard
swim for the indoor National A. A. TJ.
title. Time, 2:23 3-5, which is 2 3-5
seconds slower than the record held
WOULD DEPORT MAN WHO
SMILED ON POLICEWOMAN
Because he was unlucky enough to
cast a smile in the direction of Alice
Clemente, policewoman, Martin
Mayer will be deported to Germany if
Judge Stewart has his"way.
Stewart's remarkable decision was
given yesterday. If it is carried out
"Mayer must give up- his home here
and go back to Germany In disgrace.
LOCAL WAR. BITS
Chicago armories crowded. ' State
militia can be mobilized within 24
William Falconer, Scotchman, 1000
W. Jackson blvd., rushed into U. S.
district clerk's office. Wanted citizen
ship papers to enlist. 5ot them.
Berger Aviation Company offered
aeroplanes and aviators for service in
Harry White, 23, 6552"Normal av
and Daniel Gilbert, 21, 0140 S. Wa
bash av., sang ','Tell With Mexico."
Fine'd $1 and costs. Too patriotic.
400 American locomotive engineers
volunteered to operate trains in
75,000 .building trades mechanics,
who are tied up by brickmaker's
strike, will volunteer; for service ac
cording to Simon-' O'Connell, presi
dent of Building Trades jCfcmiicil.",
Wilson's course called" blunder by
Prof. Starr, University of Chicago.
Accused of hazarding life for individ
' - i
Racine, Wis. Carl C. Brandt, 22,
convicted on charge of passing badj
checks, will serve short term in couh.-
ty jail instead of lengthy sentence ln
pen because of verses he wrote to,
Judge Smiedling. ,,.
New York. Col. .Roosevelt does'
not know of prospect of war with,
Mexico. Out of communication in"
Winnipeg. Gas plant at Macoun
Hotel, Macoun, Sask., exploded yes- -terday,
killing 6 and injuring several.
Tulsa, Okla. Ceo. Crump, Mus
kegon, Democratic candidate1 for gov
ernor convicted of impersonating offi
cer of TJ. S. Indian agency. Case dates
back several years.
New York. American shipping to
Mexican waters ordered discontinued.
New York. Four men entered jew
elry store, beat clerk unc6nscious and
escaped with jewelry worth $1,200.
Peoria, III. Believed fire which
destroyed 1,000 cattle and cattle
feeding barns of Edward Morris Co.
causing loss of $300,000 of incendiary
Indianapolis, Ind. Mrs. Pearl Jel
lirson held charged with murder of
husband. She claims he attacked her
and stumbled against knife she held.
London. Samuel Rutherford
Crockett, novelist, writer of ."The
Stickit Minister," dead.
Wichita, Ras. Two children of
Henry Willianis, itinerant ' preacher,
dead, one seriously ill of ptomaine
poisoning. Ate rabbits
Buffalo, N. Y. Hejen.Siebert kill
ed, three others probably fatally in
jured in collision between taxicab and
'Kansas City, Mo. Delegates to
railway employes' department of
American Federation of Labor voted
to unseat United Ass'n of Plumbers
New York. Wedding of Vincent
Astor and Helen TJinsmore Huntlno-
lon will probably take- place-on Ami!
30. date .orteinally .set.