The ordinance prohibiting the opening of auto mufflers, loud horns and other unnecessary noises goes into effect tomorrow, and Chief of Police Hittson has served notice that it will be rigidly enforced. A curb will be placed on Espee locomotives whistling when leaving the depot.
Don R. Rader, the Medford boy who was drafted by the Chicago White Sox from Pendleton in the Tri-State league, has been turned over to Lincoln in the Western league for more seasoning, and to report next spring with the White Sox. Don made a good showing with the White Sox but was crowded out by a surplus of material on hand.
ST. LOUIS — "Sew up that slit skirt," was the curt note Kitty Cobb, petite stenographer for the Shapleigh Hardware Co., found on her desk.
She swang on her chair and shouted a defiant, "I will not."
"You will, or you'll quit," was the answer.
"I've quit then," replied Kitty.
"They have no right to tell me what to wear," she said to a sympathetic reporter, "besides it was only a little four-inch slit."
The Shapleigh Co. has a branch store in this city.
Ray Campbell, prominently mentioned as Willie Ritchie's Labor Day foe, in place of Freddie Welsh, boxed ten rounds to a draw with Herb White of Stockton, Calif., in this city July 4, 1912.
The bout was a very tame affair, and the showing Campbell made was not anything to be proud of.
He had nothing but a pair of tights and gloves that night, and should be soft for the champion.
CHEHALIS, Wash., Aug. 21. — Leaders of the Apostolic faith from Seattle and this locality have tried unsuccessfully for the past three days to bring back to life Miss Mabel Dempsey, who died early Monday morning (Aug. 18, 1913) at the home of her father, William J. Dempsey, three miles south of Chehalis. She was 20 years old, and tuberculosis caused her death.