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MEDFORD, OREGON, TIIUHKDAY, OCTOBER JO, 19J2.
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NEW YORK
RED SOX LOSE
DESPITE RALLY
Marquard Pitched Game Tlirouqhout
For Giants Against O'Brien nnd Be
Ulent Hits Even and Merkle
Makes Only Error of Struggle.
Team; Evenly Matched But Giants'
Hits' Attached Red Sox Plays Er
rorlesi,' Clock-work Game.
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IJOSTONi Oct. JO. New York camu
buck wltli Uulto Marquard toduy ami
iiintlu It oven-nil, with Iho Hod Box.
taking llio third content of the
worm scries by a scorn of 2 to I.
The Hox, Hunting desperately and
forced to romo from behind, mad a
sensational ninth Inning rally ihnt
threatened to pull Iho gnme out of
tin flm when Marquard faltered nntl
Iho Cllnnt defense threatened to crack
lint Cady. who had replaced Carrl-
kuii hohlnd tho plate, was unequal
to tin) tank tint up to him In tho pinch
nnd whim Duvoro pulled down his
loiiK fly tho agony was ended and tho
rare was evened up.
Marquard, who had been a ques
tlon mark In the Olatit battery cant
of characters, camo back with a flash
of IiIm early-season lO-in-a-row form
and. kIwmj a lead of ono run In tho
flrnt Innings, held tho Box safe nil
Hut way.
.-wwO'llHcH'd CUwy HIiowlnR
' nitric crRrlnn who opposed the
Olnnt sohthpaw, pitched a grade of
hall that would have won with lota
to spare had ho boon pitted aalnst
the (Hants exhibition or yesterday,
but tho luck wan not with him and
tho (Hants backed Marquard up In a
fashion that muat havo mado Mathew
koii envious,
llodlonl made a ninth Inning en
try after O'llrlen had given way to
n pinch hitler, and hold tho Otanta
safe In tho cloning stonsa.
Hcclopt arc $(i:,H-
The attondanco today was 3M2-1:
rerelpts 103,142.
Of thlH tho National Commission's
sharo Ih SC.3H.20: players' aharo.
fSU.flllil.GH. Each club receives 111,-
.mi.ca.
Tho total attondanco for tho three
games was 102,503,
That tho ninth Inning rally did not
nl leant tlo up the gamo waH iinquos.
tlonobly duo to tho fact that tho Hos
ton conchors wonl up In Iho air nt
tho critical moments.
With Speaker out of tho way, I.owIh
singled and Gardner combud u sting
ing double down tho right flold lino.
Devoro and Merkt handlod It poor
ly, whllo LowIb scored Oardner wns
held nt second, and n moment later
wan nabbed nt third when Stahl
rnppod a hot rounder to Marquard.
who throw to Horxog. Wagner then
tupped to Klotohor, who shot ono
straight and into to Morklo for what
Hhould hnvo been tho closln ogut, but
iho flrstbOBoman droppod tho toss.
Piny of tho Dwy
Now camo tho piny of tho day.
(Coutlntiort ou puge 2.)
COAL GRAFTERS
FOUND GUILTY
TACOMA, Wn Oct. 10.-Chnv)eH
E. Uoiiflton and .Inliu J I. Bullock, eonl
tleiiloiH, .olinrgcil with conBilraoy l
(lofniiul (lio govormnont in biildiug- to
Niipply ooul to AluHlcnn fort), wcio
lodiiy found Kiillty by ft jury in fed
eral court here, after a trlnl lasting
liioro than (liven wcokn.
Tho ciihq wn oontluoted for tho
Rovermnoiit by II, I), TowuhoiuI, spec
lal aHfliHtnnt to Attorney General
Wioltorrtlium.
Tho Jury roturnod tho vordlot nt
1 o'clock this morning having uo11
out hIiico ,1;30 yojitordliy nftornoon.
Attornoya iMIoa and Uutou for
Houston and McCaf forty for ilullock
gavo notlco for a now trial and aakod
ah arrest of Judgment, pending pre
paration of llio bill of oxcoptlone.
NINTH
NNNG
WINS HARD
TURKS MEET
DEFEAT FROM
Troops Still Locked In Battle Mon
tenegrin Artillery Fire Most Ef
fectiveReinforcements Arrive for
Turkish Troops, Battle Is Renewed.
Russia Ready With 80,000 Troops (3
Assist Balkan States if Austria
Attempts Intervention.
IHJDA I'lIHT, Ort. 1(1. The Turk
Uh forro locked In bultlo today with
Montenegrin troops around Dttchltch
Ih the snmo that met defeat yeittep
day at Plnnllni Mountain. Tho ar
tillery fire or the Montenegrins was
most effectho yesterday, and tho
Turks were driven bnrk with slug
gcrlng losses.
All through last night and early
today Turkish reinforcements arrived"
ou the shore of Lake Hcutarl nnd to
day's conflict promises to bo marked
by wholesale bloodshed.
Tho fighting this morning Is re
ported brisk and tho losses on both
sides already are heavy.
King Peter's youngest son Is
fighting with his father's troops,
serving as n captain of artillery.
Ibifrier Villages Aflame
VIP.NNA, Oct. 10. UlspatchcH re
ceived hero today from Cottlnjo ,the
capital of Montenegro, stAtu Utiat
R'riy1tvlllaxM,wiloBc. "the "THrkey
Moutenogrln frontier aro In flames,
Wounded peasants nro reported flee
ing Into tho Interior of Montenegrin
territory.
lteports from Turkish sources
charge the Montenegro troops with
having slaughtered women and chil
dren. Tito outcome of tho battle around
Dltchltch Mountain between Turkish
and Montenegrin troops, Is still In
doubt.
HtiNsin Heady to Help
BT. Pr.TICHSnUHO. Oct. 10.
Possibility of war between Hussit
and Austria, as nn outgrowth of tho
disturbance In tho Dalkan states, li
soon hero today In despatches to tho
Novoo Vromya, asserting that Aus
tria Is mobilizing four army divisions
presumably for service In tho Hal
kans. Tho nowspnpor ulso assorts
that 1,800 cars stand ready to trans
port 80,000 Husslan soldiers to tho
sceuo If Austria tries to Intervene.
Tho KuHstan minister of finance
today placed 115,000,000 at tho dis
posal of nix of tho largest banks In
Russia to provent tho panic now pre
vailing on tho PurlH Ilourso spread
ing here.
(Jrecce Is Heliictant
LONDON, Oct. 10. A despatch
from Constantinople recolved hero
curly today says:
"llulgarln and Borvln aro expected
)o sond another ultimatum to Turkey
today. Ilolutlons havo not been
savored, Tho Greek ultimatum has
not boon presented us yet. Grooco Is
reluctant to start war. Representa
tives of tho powors hero havo aband
oned hopo of proventlng genoral hos
tilities." CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. 10. Dl
plomatto roprosontatlvcB of tho pow
ors hero prouonted to tho Porto to
day n collective noto urging that ro
roruiii ho Inaugurated )u European
Turkey.
LOS ANGELES PROSECUTOR
AGAIN BEFORE COURT
LOR ANOKLKS, Out. 10. City
Prosecutor fluy Eddio will ngnin ap
pear before Juveniio Judge Wilbur to
day to answer to n charge of bavine;
contributed (o tho delinquency of a
minor, Mrs. Alice Phelps.
Whon court opened Mrs. Phelps
vnn oroBK examined by Attorney Earl
Hogors, It was intimated today that
tho prosecutor, bofoio bis nrrnigu
inout aslcod Austatant Dint riot Attor
ney Joseph Ford to quash tho case,
nfferinj: to rosign if proceedings were
dropped. Ford admits that Eddlo
made Bitoh n proposal,
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CHICAGO, Oct. 10. With his
voice completely warn out, Woodrow
Wilson, democratic nomlnoo for
president. Is.hcrc tp'day to deliver two
speeches.
Wilson said that local committees
ovcrywhero along tho trip hnd ar
ranged for twlco nn many speeches.
as wore provided for In his schedule.
He will close his prosent specchmak
Ing trip tomorrow night In Cleve
land. Whon Governor Wilson's automo
bllo passed tho Auditorium Hotel hero
tho clerks In President Tnft's head
quarters cheered tho democratic
nomlnoo lustily.
THREE DROWNED WHILE
HUNTING AT BEAR LAKE
HBDI.AND3, Cal., Oct. 10. Fifty
men aro dragging Hoar Valley I.nko
today, In nn effort to recover tho
bodies of Harvey Dutro, 23; Will Tal
mago, 23, and Otis Ta I inn go, 1-4,
drowned jestcrdny whllo duck hunt
ing. Tho threo Rtartod enrly yesterday
morning In a canvas boat. Lata yes
terday tholr oars nnd lunchbox were
found floating on tho lake It It
supposed their boat upset.
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WILSON FIRST. ROOSEVELT SECOND, TAFT THIRD
IN NEW YORK HERALD'S NATIONAL POLL OF VOTES
Tho Chicago Ilocord Herald of
Sunday, Oct. f slates as a result of
tho poll made by it and tho Now Yoilc
Herald:
With election dny four weeks away
tho results of the national political
poll show that the candidates aro
mnintnlniutf tho snmo lelmive
strength llioy displayed a week ago
Wilson leading, Koosevalt second,
Taft in tho rear. Tho final month of
tho campaign stretches boforo them,
ti period strowu with Hazards mid
pitfalls in every closo fought elec
tion tho fight might bo won ami lost
u dozen times ovor in tho thirty days
betwoon Oct. 0 and Nov. f.
AViUou Leads In Iowa
Indiana, Ohio, West Viiginia, Mis
souri, Nebraska, Kansas and Okla
homa, New York, Connecticut, Now
Jersoy and Maryland nnd tho solid
south.
Illinois, poibnps, will furuisli (be
groat surprise to tho politicians this
morning, whoii they study tbu tabula
tion of the straw vote on presidential
ami governorship candidate?, Tho
tost ballots iudicnto Hint Koosovcvll
would carry Illinois by a majority
ranging between 210,000 and 200,000
if tomorrow woro election day, Thoy
iudicnto that Funk for governor is
running much stronger than tho wise
FROM BOSTON, SCORE 2
' SENATOR
J. M. PlXON
II SHOT
ON SIGNAL FROM
MAN ON TRIAL
XKW YORK, 0e.' 10. Testimony
thut Onmbter llormiin Koenthnl wn
hhot down mi n Mgn'al from one of
the.coiiirntoni afeinht hii lire wn
given nt the trinl of I'ollee Lieutenant
Churlest Keeker, ehnrged with Koscji
thnlV murder, by Louh ICraun, n
wniter, thi afternoon.
"A man u til Led out of the Hotel
jrelrorHle." Krnii's unid, "and raised
Iiii bunds to n level with bis eye..
Shots were fired instantly, nnd oh
cnihal fell."
ICrniiK Moie that bo rcrognized
"Inifty I.ouie,'' Koscnberf,', Harry
Ilnrrowilz, nlum "Uyp tho Klood,"
and Wbiley Iewis as three of the
men who filed the shots. He said
bo was uncertain nhnut "Dago
FrnnL" Cirofiei beinjr a member of
tho party.
ARREST KLAMATH POLICE
FOR ASSAULT ON REPORTER
KLAMATH FALLS. Ore.. Oct. 10
Cbnrcincr that city officials en
couraged tho assault of a poliecmoii
on It. Vnneo Hutching, a uewspuper
reporter employed by the Norlbwes
tern, efforts me heme: inude heie to
day to xeeurp warrants for the arrest
of Mayor Nichols Chief of Police
binitli nnd two other official1.
acres dreamed, nnd that downstnte
for the present be is apparently run
ning almost abreast with Governor
Denecn, splitting the republican votes
so effectively that Dunno would win,
if tho election Nov. 5 does not over
turn tho situation as i( exists Oct. It.
Wilson leader in Minnesota
Minnesota, furnishes another sur
prise in the Wilson strength indicat
ed by the test ballots, which give
the New Jersey governor a plurality.
Poniyylvania appears stronger for
Taft than a week ago, owing to an
increasing diift from tho progressive
party to the republican, but Wilson is
holding almost the full democratic
Strength; Michigan is stronger for
Iloosovelt even than a week ago whilo
California looks more- and noro as if
it will bo Wilson's, tho democratic
candidate getting an advantage when
tho state snpiemu court decided thnt
a sot of Taft electors cannot bo put
on tho ballot, which will diivo Taft
men to Wilson.
South Dakota bin entered the cate
gory of Chiuesu piutles, tho question
boing whether tho porsonal popular
ity of Roosevelt can prevail ugain&t
such of tho Toft men as will oto for
Wilson, llore, us in California, there
will not bo a sot of Taft doctors on
tho ballot, North Dakota is unset
RDSEHIW
I Scenes of wild disorder afi' of cummon occurrence during Iho hearings of
the Senate committee 'liivrriyit)ojf r-anipalgn funds now bflng held In VVnnh
,li)Ktou. Reostor DIxoU, manager of the ireent Unit Mwine campalirn, a Bit
Kenstor I'onic-"ne, n niemlr of the Investigation committee hnve had frequent
lilts, which at times become so hot that a free for all right seems Imminent.
In fact., at one stage of the proceed I ngu, during exchanges between Mr. Pom
erene and Mr, Dixon, the Intter was Invited "outside" by Henstor I'omcren.
who sheuted: "I don't propose to bare you slander the membera of this com
mittee without a prote-tt." .Senator Dixon teilnd he liitd sent ftM.AlO In tUt
progressive primary compslgn. whW, was not InclndHl In the figures of JHl.OOC
presented by the tresmirer, K. II. Hooker.
I DON'T PROPOSE TO HAVE.
YOU SLANDER THE MEMBERS
OF THIS COMMITTEE
WITHOUT A PROTEST!"
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SALEM. Mass., Oct. 10. Joseph
Rttor, Arturo Glovannittt and An
tonlon Caruso, labor leaders who di
rected the strike of the Lawrence tex
tile workers, must remain In Jail,
Justice Qulnn today denying the mo
tion to admit the defendants to ball.
Tho three union men aro charged
with the murder of Anna Loplzzo at
Lawrence, a woman striker, who was
killed by a stray bullet during a
street riot. Although witnesses havo
sworn that a policeman tired the shot
that killed tho woman, and that Et
tor, Glovannittt and Caruso were a
mile away at the, time, all attempts
to securo tho release of tho three men
on ball have failed.
HOME, Oct. 10. For attempting
to nssasslnato King Emmanuel onj
March 1-1 last. Antonio D'AIba is to
day sentenced to thirty years penal
sorvltude.
tled; Wilson is locking boms with the
bull moose. Hero as in Minnesota,
Wisconsin and South Dakota, the La
Follette element will bo tho greatest
factor in deciding tho election.
Gaining In Indiana
In Indiana Wilson and Marsbnll
aio apparently stronger than a week
ago; in Ohio it appears from tho tet
ballots that tho democrats might got
a majority instead of n plurality if
the election were tomorrow.
In New England Taft undoubtedly
bns gained strength during tho week,
but at tho same time Wilson appear
to bo holding the full democratic
strength, and in some sections is
drawing from republican" who fear
that Taft has no chance. New Hamp
shire, which last week wns in tho bul
mice, is strongor for Taft than a.
week ago, mid if the election were
tomorrow the president probably
would entry it.
In Maine, Massachusetts nnd Con
uectiout Taft bus gained, but these
states still lean strongly toward Wil
son. Washington is strongor tlmn over
for Uoosovelt. Iowa seems tending
more and more toward Wilson. TheoO
nro tho most prominent changes of
the woek as indicated by tho straw
ballots,
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DEAL WEATHER
FOR THIRD GAME
FfllHf
BOSTON, Oct. 10, At noon tho
weather was clearing rapidly, and
the forecaster predicted ideal condi
tions for this afternoon's game, the
third of the series between the New
YOrk Giants nnd the Boston Red Sox
for tho world's baseball champion
ship. The crowd was slow in nrriving.
At 1-A5 the unreserved and bleacher
sents wero packed, ifnny women
wero in tho grand stand and it wns
apparent thnt yesterday's attend
ance would be surpassed.
Tris Speaker wns presented with
the automobile voted to him as the
most valuable nlayer in the American
league. He invited Captain Larry
Doyle of tho Giants to sit beside bun,
nnd the two sped around the outfield.
The Bed Sor had enpasred in
twenty minutes practice before the
Giants appeared on the field. The
National leaguers were warmly ap
plauded as they trotted from the club
house.
Despite wild rumors that Joe Wood
and Joff Tesrenu might pitch this
afternoon, it was generally believed
that Stahl and McGraw would stand
by their first announcements nnd
that O'Brien nnd Marquard would be
on tho mound. The big New Yorker
wns anxious to" start. He said be
was twelve pounds heavier than nt
tho closing stages of the National
league season and when tho opposing
batters were bitting him freely. The
Giants regard Buck O'Krien as one
of the stendiest flingera Boston has.
Butteries: Boston O'Brien and
Carrigan. New York Marquard and
Meyers. Game started at 2:01 p. m.
ARCHBOLD GAVE
WASHINGTON, Oct. 10. Joint D.
Arehbold admitted today that ho
gavo the lato Senator Quay of
Pennsylvania $10,000 before the
Clapp investigating senate committee.
Arehbold testified for an hour unI
thirty minutes. Whon noon vece
wns ordered ho bad not finished, but
was expected to conclude bis testi
mony this afternoon.
QUAY
10.000 TO
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SAVING DAY
OFFICIAL WELL
VISIT TO LAKE
Clement S. taker. Chief Clrk f In
terior Department Wdt It hi
Charge ef All Natural Parks Hm
High Praise fer Orefn WMMer.
Says Lake Is WeN Wert Travrftaf
: ThMsaiHls ef MHes ti Up
Lunches ts Given.
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Crater Lake ranks with ttohlst'e
most .scenic attractions of AfiwrieH
according to Clement S. Ucker, chief
clerk of the department of the inter
ior under who-e personal direction
comes all of the national parks, who
has just returned frejaa visit at the
lako accompanied by Mrs. Ucker,
Chief Clerk Frank Bend of ttw gen
eral land office, W. E. Kelly, chief
clerk, under Mr. Uokctr E. M. Dixon,
inspector and Will G. Steel of the
Crater Lake company. The party
had a most enjoyable trip with the
exception of tWo hours on the ingo
ing trip when a rainstorm overtook
them.
"Crater Lake i not overestimated
when it is placed wnonj; the world's
greatest scenic attractions," statef
Mfej Ucker, "and is tacked wnt4eV
ful. The toads, while capable of
.improvement are not bad, and the
trip is most enjoyable.
"For three years! have endeavored
tc work w jftBi jystesiat ieylw ' for
earing for the Rational prlwof tb
nation which has culminated la a MM
no w0, before eoBcrere creatine a
bureau of national yjarka" wbiehwill
smite one man reapeiwwie ior iaem.
la this manner inproveinent work
can be bandied far wore easily.
"Will G. Steel is the father of Cra
ter Lake and has accomplished 'won
ders. Ho is very well and favorably
known in Washington and the appro
priation to improve the park with
good roads is due to his efforts more
than to any other manr
"When one thinks of what America
bns to offer in the wav of scenic at
tractions and then-D" the money
spent in going to Europe it makes one
wild. Crater Lake is well worth
traveling thousands of miles to see.
,1 have n largo picture of Crater Lake
in my homo in Washington which X
will enjoy all the more now that I
have visited the lake."
The party was entertained at
luncheon nt the Medford this noon.
Local people present were; Mrs. Dn-
vidson, president of the Greater Med
ford club; Mrs. Holen Gale, Mr. and.
Mrs. A. C. Allen. Mr. and Mrs, J. M.
Root, Captain A. W, Dcane, -Judge
Colvig, II. C, Garnctt, Reginald H.
Parsons, nnd A. S. Rosenbaum.
KILLED MAN SHE LOVED
INSTEAD OF ASSAILANT
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 10. That
she shot because the father of he
victim was choking her, aad the
bullet went astray and Willed the
man she loved, ts the contention made
by Susie Owens, accused ot kllllag
Charles Colestino, who Is today bat
tling for her life In the courts.
II. Snyder, the woman's divorced
husband has come to her defense .with
tho charges that the younger Celes
tlno broko up his home ana1 Induced
his wife to leave him.
DENVER GRIZZLIES TO
PLAYCOASTCHAMPIONS
DENVER, Colo., Oet 10. presi
dent McOUl ot the Western League
may take the Deaver 6ImIU, wIh-
nera of the penaapt, t Oakland, Cal.,
for a series of gamea with the Ceest
League chaaiplaas, aeeerdlag to Ne
gotiations under way bete tedayf f9
arrangements are as ? jad(llt,
but It Is said the only 4jWreee i
veatlng the trip la the' sWef tfMH
guarantee.
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