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the Hoofeds pounded him. Carr
soaked two triples and single. Gil
more of Kay See nailed three singles.
Frank Chance has made another
effort to strengthen first base, the
Yanks' weak spot. "He has bought
Dick Hoblitzel from the Reds. All
National League clubs waived.
No game on the West Side today.
Brooklyn , tomorrow.
This isl ladies' day on the North
Side, as the Feds will not be at home
tomorrow. Two games scheduled
with the Sloufeds.
Charlie White was unmarked by
the fists of Stanley Yoakum. The
Denverite, however, is in seclusion
nursing some bum eyes.
Danny Goodman and Jimmy Mur
phy are killed for a go tonight in
. AH! HA! WE CAUGHT YOU!
In an attempt to increase freight
rates without giving a reason for the
jump, officials of the Illinois Central
are trying to duck under the fence by
a technical point of law. According
to a ruling of the interstate com
merce commission railroads may in
crease their rates without giving a
reason as long as they stay within
J. H. Cherry, assistant general
freight agent of the Illinois Central,
acting as chairman of the railway
committee, appeared before Commis
sioners Thompson, Quan and Yates
yesterday and asked for permission
to make the increase without giving a
reason. John Drennan, attorney for
the road, argued that since the in
terstate commission asked no ques
tions as long as the road stayed with
in the maximum, the state commis
sion has no right to be curious when
the road tries to horn in a few extra
Bessie May Fade Age 20
Wedding License at Rockford, DL
WOMAN ELECTED TO SWEDISH
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Stockholm. The Swedish acad
emy has overruled prejudice and ad
mitted a woman to membership. Sel
ma Lagerlof, winner of the Nobel
prize for literature in 1909, will in
future have a voice in awarding sim
ilar prizes to artists.
Mme. Lagerlof's new story, "Jerus
alem," is soon to be translated into
English. "The Wonderful Adventure
of Nils," which won the Nobel prize
for the Swedish writer, has been
translated into many languages.
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To remove a rusty screw first apply
a very hot iron to the head for a short
time, then immediately use the
screwdriv"' . .