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One Curious Break That Even the Um
pires Did Not Notice.
Baseball champion foolish play was
made In a game between Washington
and the White Sox in 1907. In that
battle Larry Schlafly was captain of
the Washingtons and also played sec
At the end of an early inning Schlafly
went out to telephone or buy a goat or
something and was delayed so long
that the Senators had three men put
out before his return.
The Sox came trotting in for their
turn at bat Washington took the field,
with only eight men and nobody on
second, and the game went on that
way till Fielder Jones hit one straight
across second. Then, and not till then,
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Uncle Sam: "Go! dam it, what
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MORGAN, in Philadelphia luquirer
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STREET DRESSESStyled in serge and satin made
in the new attractive pleated models or very full gath-
was it discovered Inal there was no
body on second base.
Incredible as it may seem, nineteen
menseventeen players and two um
pireshad started the half inning in
this fashion and not one of them got
wise till Jones' hit shot over the
Schlafly reappeared at this juncture,
and the umpires decided that the hit
was illegal when made with only eight
men in the field. Jones had to go back
and bat over.New York Sun.
Calamities of Authors.
Homer was a beggar Plautus turned
a mill Terence was a slave Cervantes,
the author of "Don Quixote," died of
hunger Bacon lived a life of mean
ness and distress Raleigh died on the
scaffold: Spenser, the charming, died in
skirt with siifcple designed' bodices. The prices are
$12,501 $15, $1&.50 $22.50 to $35
THE NEW GOWN WILLREQUIRE A NEW CORSET
Full lines of the GOSSARD and G. D. JUSTRITE cor-
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Copyright. Philadelphia Inquirer Co,
want tne death of Collins was through
neglect, first causing mental derange
ment Milton sold his copyright of
"Paradise Lost" for 15 Dryden died
in poverty,and distress Otway died
prematurely and through hunger Lee
died in the gutter Steele lived a life
of perfect warfare with bailiffs Gold
smith's "Vicar of Wakefield" was sold
for a trifle to save him from the grip
of law Savage died in prison at Bris
tol, where he was confined for a debt
of 8 Butler lived a life of penury and
died poor Chatterton, the child of
genius and misfortune, destroyed him
Naming the Gerrymander.
The gerrymander was christened in
1813, although it must have been in op
eration long before that. A stanch old
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Velours as well as Serge, Poplin and
Gabardine moderately priced at
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ExqulsitG scarcely describes the new fall blouses they
the very-eMence of charm and distinction, yet very
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with the large collars, at
$4, $5, $6, $7, $8 to $16.50
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50c, $1, $1.50 to $2.50
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Federalist,"" Governed" Elbridge TJerry,
controlled through his legislature the
redisricting of Massachusetts under
the census of 1810. In the office of
Benjamin Russell, an ardent Repub
lican editor, hung a map of the state
as newly subdivided by Gerry and his
men. Gilbert Stuart's ready pencil
whimsically added to the outlines of a
grotesque district the wings and tail of
"Ha!" he said when he had finished.
"How's that for a salamander?"
The Republican Russell growled,
"Better call it a gerrymander." And
American politicians have taken his
Sometimes the doctor orders barley
or oatmeal water for baby. When such
is the case prepare as follows:
Add two tablespoonfuls of washed
pearl barley or of oatmeal, as the case
may be, to a quart of cold water. Boil
this down to a pint, cooking slowly for
about two hours. Then strain while
hot and add a sufficient quantity of
cold boiled water to make a quart of
the fluid. Keep cool in a covered jar.
The bay of Naples abounds in me
dusae, or jellyfish, often growing as
large as two feet in diameter and
weighing fifty and sixty pounds. Some
of them shine at night with a greenish
light and are known as "noctiluca"
(night lanterns) by the natives.
"They say old Closefist has still got
the first dollar he ever made."
"Yes, and I'll bet he has still got the
first umbrella he ever borrowed."St.
"What did your baby cry about last
night?", asked the man next door.
"About five hours." replied Mr.
Don't ever worry about what yon
"A bad beginning means a good end-
"That may be, but if I can have my
choice I'll take the fine start every
time."Detroit Free Press.
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1918,
HIS TWO TENSE MOMENTS.
One a Ninth Inning Crisis, the Other a
Dinner Table Climax.
1 heard a prominent Cambridge man
tell of the two most tense moments of
his life. But the tension in each case
"I doubt if I ever shall forget either
occasion," he said reflectively. "They
were big moments.
"The first was when I was in col
lege. I was captain of the baseball
team that year. We came to the encJtTi.
the ninth. We needed one run to tie
the iscore and another to win the game.
Two men were down and two on the
sacks when I came to bat And for
once in my career I did it. I lined out
a three bagger right over the railroad
track. When I felt it gowell, that
was one occasion.
"And the other." He chuckled, but
a slow flush crept over his cheeks. "It
was thirty years ago, soon after I
college. I went over to see a girl
thought was pretty nice and to me!^
her folks for" the first time. I went CPV
a Sunday. All the men were away.
And they had duck for dinner." He
Stopped. "Ever carve a duck?" he
asked meaningly. "No, neither had I
before. Nor have I since." His flush
deepened. "I never even went to see
that girl again,", he added plaintively.
Mrs. SmileyHere we've been mar
ried ten years, and my husband still
says I'm an angel. Her FriendBut
does he really mean it, my dear? Mrs.
SPerhaps not. But don't you think
I'm lucky to have a husband who pre
tends to mean it?Pittsburgh Chroni
A distinguished philosopher spoke of
architecture as frozen music, and his
assertion caused many to shake their
heads. We believe this really beauti
ful idea could not be better reinttHl
duced thaa by calling architecture si
BlobBsWhat a dainty little hand
kerchief she carries. It looks like a
cobweb. Slobs-Yes, a thing like that
isn't to be sneezed at.Phil adelphin
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