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one of the ten-round bouts of Harry
James' show at a club near Chicago
Heights on Monday afternoon, will
complete their training today.
Ever Hammer, the local welter
weight, has been substituted for
Goats Doig to mSet.41 Stuhley of Ke
wanee near La Salle on Sunday.
Tommy O'Grady denies he was
knocked out by Bob Manning in Mel
rose Park last Wednesday night.
RED BACKSTOP HELPS PULL HIS
TEAM FROM CELLAR
One of the main forces of the Cin
cinnati Reds who got into a remark
able streak and stepped out of the
basement for a breath of fresh air,
was the work of T.om Clarke, the
Clarke's work in handling pitchers
was one of the reasons Manager Her
zog finally got four twirlers into win
ning form, his cannon-ball pegs to
bases cut thefts against the Reds to
almost nothing, and he has been
whaling the ball near the .300 mark.
A woman sizes up a beauty chorus
from the waist up a man from the
WAR NEWS OF ONE YEAR AGO
Thousands are taking advantage
of free trains from Paris to other
cities. French, British and Belgian
wounded are moved to other cities.
French war office statement is that
Germans have been checked at Ver
dun and French army has met with
successes in Lorraine and the Vosges.
Premier Asquith calls on every
able-bodied Englishman to enlist. Be
tween 250,000 and 300,000 men have
responded to Kitchener's call for re
pruits. Six German army corps reported
on way from French front to Russian
HER MIND WAS MADE UP
William Hibbert, 637 Bryant av., is
such an unreasonable man that his
wife just cannot live with him and
she refused to give him "another
chance" despite the pleading of
Judge Sabath in the court of domes
tic relations and attorneys repre
senting both sides.
"I just cannot live with him," she
said, "and do not believe In this giv
ing more than one chance. When I
make up my mind, it is made up.
There isn't any use continuing the
case, because I won't make up."
William had withheld $10 from his
pay to buy the first new suit he has
had since he married Mrs. Hibbert in
1910. ' Case continued.
WALLACE SAYS HE'S THROUGH
William Wallace, arrested many
times by the federal authorities for
filling prescriptions for habit-forming
drugs, yesterday said that he was
Agents from the U. S. marshal's
office, who arrested him a few days
ago, said that he had filed 25 of Dr.
A. L. Blunt's prescriptions in 24 hours
they watched the store. Wallace ad-'
mits filling 5,000 of Blunt's prescrip
tions during the month of August
His store is at 3859 S. State st He
Is out on $5,000 bonds. a
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