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Did Better Than Delegates From
Other Territories, He Tells
HEVER FOUGHT SUGAR MEN
Opening Rally of G. 0. P. Brjngs
Out Big Crowd, Which
(Prom Sunday Advertiser)
Announcing that his rocord in congress
had satisfied him and consequently
must bo good enough for tbo rest of
tho pooplo of Hawaii, Dcloguto
broko his long; silenco by a
lengthy address nt tho Bcpubllcan rally
at Aala Parle last night, for -which a
largo crowd of voters had gathered, tho
hearers outnumuoring tuose wno una
been nresent at tho Democratic open
ing meeting on Thursday. Tho crowd
last night grew quito enthusiastic at
times, warming up ns tue urcs or ora'
tnrv frrnw from wnrm to hot. conclud'
ing with n regular old-time campaign
; speech bv Judge Gcorgo A. Davis.
Tho main spoech of tho evening was,
of course, that of tho Dolcgate, who
spoko in both' English and Hawaiian.
Ho repeated none of hi: famous charges
against Governor Frenr, hut justified
tho making of thoso charges because of
tho good that' will eventually result for
Hawaii from tho visit of tho secretary
of the interior. Ho carao quite near
saying that ho was satisfied that 1)0 had
been wrong, in a remark to tho effect
that tho llcpublican party in Ilawnii
had becomo onco more a united party.
Charles Achl first justified tho banana
campaign and then gavo all tho
credit of it to tho Democrats, his inverse
reasoning being apparently quite
satisfactory to him. Bcv. Stephon
Tesba talKed a great deal but said
nothing, his word-weaving being fanciful
adaptations of Hnwaiian legends
to tho appearances or iieeas 01 mo various
Shinglo Led Off.
Tho meeting was opened by Robert
TV. Bhinglo, who said:
Tl.n 'RpnriMican nartv has met. here
this evening to present to you the Delegate
nnd candidates on tho Republican
ticket, and who in tiirn will ask you
to support tho Republican platfbrm.
"Mind you, follow citizens, wo do
not claim that ovcrytliing is satisfactory
in tho prcsont administration of
this Territory, but wo do claim that
wo have tried to improvo upon the
things that are radically wrong, and we
liavo with us this evening tho candidates
-who aTO pledged to carry out our
platform, which to a large extent
most of tbo things that should bo
"In a fow days, wo will mail to overy
citizen in the Territory a copy of this
platform, and I defy any ono to show
too whero this platform docs not givo
a squnro deal to rich and poor aliko.
"Fellow citizens, you will hear tho
cry go up from our opponents, tolling
3-ou that Mr. 'Wilson will bo tho next
President of tho United States. Personally,
I do not "belicvo this will hap
pen, and I have enough taltli in me
sober-minded American public to feel
that when tho time comes, they will
Tcalizo t)mt in order for tho country
to ho progressive, "Wilson must stay at
"borne. Nclthor do 1 'believe that tho
people will stand for tho Bull Mooso,
which, to my way of thinking, 'is ono
percent Mooso -and tnoTcnmiuitig ninety-nine
percent Bull. Certainly, wo of
us in Hawaii nci, who have the interests
of tho country at heart, can not sco how
Democracy will lielp Hawaii, and for
this reason alone, I am assured that
IMcCandlcss will not "tQ elected.
Bananas and Poi.
"All our Democratic friends havo talked
to you about has been on tho
of bananas nnd poi. They Bpeak
of nothing else, ior tVcy have nought
else on thoir platform to speak about.
"Wo have a plank in out platform also
that deals very specifically on tho banana
nnd poi question, and I am now
going to call upon Willialni C. Achi to
tell you what tho Republican party intends
to do on this subject." -
Good Work by Democrats.
W. C. Achl then followed with
nana oration dt tho ovoning and showed
how tho cutting of tho bananas
might have- meant tho saving of tho
lives of a largo number of Hawailans
"had yellow fovor really como into tho
couutry. Mr. Achi showed that tho
work of tho banana cutters was tho
-work of a baud of Democrats; that it
was two Domocrntie doctors, representatives
of tho federal government, who
had suggested cutting down tho bananas
nnd that, the majority of tho laborers
who hud done this work had beon
Democrat and also that tho Democratic
mayor of the city had tigncd tho ordinance
appropriating five thouiand dollars
of tho county ' finances to carry
on this work. Tho Democrat had tried
to take ndvnntugo of a law paused by
ilio lut logliluturo, but when this w
uppoulcd to the supreme cuurt, it yr
found Unit tliu authorities hud no bus!.
nv to cut down I ho bulimias and that
tn mi diilng thoy hud usurped power
that tint li'i'ltluturti had mit fivt)ll or
inli'Mili'd to ttlvti tlifini.
The i ii did n tm fur nfllm (in tlm
ticket wens limit hIIuwm! u few
immitM Mjdift) In wlilili In iiitredtMH
llifiiiMUtM id tliu ollurHl hiwI Kiihlo
tlu it iulluwd with I'm iuuIm uddrrM of
I in H
i tin in 1,1 Hlii'igii lurixJu'r I JlfU'
Mile Uoii'o n Km wm whu i.l iia
vn tug I 'i 'Ftwlvti Kiilifuly in fm
umi, (i. i. itfn i r uiKl to bcui'l
M in t)rM l4il0 ibf P!4 M4
HAWAiiAfi Gazette, futnAv, 6cf6Mfl 15, 1012. weekly.
preferred 'charges against Governor
re r'j mlmlnlitrnt'in, slid the
no one ever questioned his
in tho matter,
"If 1 have disgrnccd you In
dnn'l vote lor mo.' said Knhlo
in "On the other hand,"
continued tha speaker, "If you think
; linvp done tho right thing by you nnd
tho Territory, I solicit your votes,
ludgo Wilder n few nights ago stated
rom this stand that I was tied hands
mil feet, nnd oven that I had a ring
in my nose and was being led around
by the planters. On .tho other hand,
'Link' McCandlcss, the other day In
Kauai, said that I was fihtin g tho
planters and advised our peopto not to
vote for me. Whoso advice are too
going to takot
"Kaniho attacked our narty a few
nights ago on tho banana question,
which has been fully explained to you
by Mr. Achi. Neither tho Republicans
nor tho Dcmocrnts could stop the cutting
of the bananns. This banana de
struction was led by tho federal doctors
hero; their laws are superior to
ours. Wo did not, and do not now,
of tho banana campaign; but
remombor that was dono months ago.
It is passed and gone. What wo want
now is something to improve our con
dition for tho future. Let us look forward
and not backward.
Tho Homestead Tight.
"Thoro are moro vital questions to
bo considered. Tako tho homestead
question. Tho Republican party has
been working for its improvement and
will bo striving for it until it succeeds
on this important matter. I havo
fought for it in tho past and will keep
tho light on until wo accomplish what
wo expect and know tho people. want.
"Inukea, a few nights ngo, spoko of
tho Punchbowl lands. Instead of telling
the truth ho has invented a story
tho records do not provo. I personally
called ofi the Punchbowl pooplo in relation
to these lands on threo different
occasions nnd asked thorn if thoy hnd
any objections as to the Governor's
method of carrying out the Inw in relation
thereto. No ono has ever questioned
tho Governor's attitude. In fact,
thoy all approved of it. Then, how can
laukea come here and make such state
Happy Family Now.
"I stand on this platform and appeal
to you to voto tho straight Republican
ticket. Wo havo had our differences,
but now we arc united on ono
platform and wp expect to carry out
every .plank in it.
"Tako our senatorial ticket.
born and raised in this country;
married n Hawaiian woman; has children
who are Hawaiians. .His interests
are all here. What oxcuso havo you for
not voting for hiint Kenton also; another
Island-born boy, whose interests
aro all hero nnd vfho will bo dnmagod
more than any of you if vicious laws
nrc passed. Kaleiopu; you nil know,
has a clean record, (support mm.
"If you want to seo tho platform,!
which was framed to suit you and me,
carried into effect, then support tho
I whole legislative ticket, Voto for the
senatorial as well as tue nouso
If you havo nny faith in me
then I ask you to voto tho straight
ticket. I want supporters in tho legislature
and I am certain tho Republican
party will givo us that support.
No Offense tor Fern.
"In rofcrenco to tho county ticket, I
wish at this time to state, before I Bay
niuch moro, and I do not mean anything
derogatory to Fern, that wo have a
ticket which should bo supported from
top to bottom.
"Pncheeo, a Democratic! candidate,
stated hero the other night that ho had
the people where tbo Delegate's scat
was. The ushers, said Pacbocp, pointed
out my seat and said: 'Thoro' it is, all
covered with mildew! It ilmB not been
occupied for some .time,'
"I wish to,nsk ypu, what has that to
do with your Delegate! The real question
is. what nas he dono Do
you suppose I could havo accomplished
more ii I nau Kept tno mnaew on, my
scatf Could I havo done moro for Hawaii
if 1 had worn a holo in tho scat
of my trousers
When Joseph Fell Down.
"You havo heard that James Bryce,
Brifish ambassador to Washington,
passed through Honolulu tho other day.
Secretary of Stato Knox was hero twice
recently and so was Secretary of the In
terior Fisher hero for some weeks.
Mayor Fern never moved off his tracks
to meet any of them. Now, this is
something foreign to true. Hawaiian hospitality.
I blame Fern for not entertaining
tho distinguished gentlemen. It
was his place and his duty to do so, as
a Hawaiian and mayor of Honolulu.
Not "Mad" Enough.
Following yiiis remarks in Hawaiian,
Kuhio thnn mudo his address in English.
He did not seem to be warmed up properly
to his subject and rambled a good
deal. It is known among local politicians
that K u mo must be made "mad."
as one Hawaiian stated last night,
ho roally cun make a good English
"I want to can your attention to my
record in congress)" began tho Dole-
gatu. "1 think I cun say this, that your
Dolcgato bus accomplished moro In concrete
for theso Islands than have the
Delegate from New Mexico and Oklahoma
over been nBlo to do for their Territories.
They havo more power. I
havo less, but I havo had results, which
aro what count in tho long run.
"As your representative I am not ono
of thorn; men who mako speeches in con
gress for ho.no consumption, lou read
thoso in the Congressional Record by
the yard. Docs this Hind of
iu'cqiiiiiIIsIi any goodf I hnvo never
asked anything for Hawaii" tliut wo
Imvo not received, I do not introduce
bills for tilings I know we cun uevur
get. I don't muku speeches. Now, If
"Link" was in rongri'M, tho Itfrord
would bo filled with his speeches but
uuuld thnt bmig rwults to Jluwnlif 1
do not think o. On Kuiml "Link"
(old tliti pvtiiilCi In Ifnglliih, that I v
opinnl to tlio people, while In
liw sail) I was tied biiinU nnd fnt
to tlm ilnlirt nmi tlmlr lnlertnti."
Ill Tmt 1'luco,
Hum, Kuhio t'rrd io Lis a4mrji
itKiiiual Imvuriiur )'ir' nditilil'llrii'
llilll ' "Willi I till VII l)Ull to
lli il'otmlrliui on 111,1111!., luiittoM
of iiuIij y ' am nut eppo1 to fm pint
nt iioi ttir intwr'! I nm u foil l
fiii Hji m iK'r trinib nm nmiuiy
a ut firriieiy In rard to w y
Wan ut tb bwiittw ij'il vi, ( ft
thnt t am right and that I am mnVlnR t
,i flIit tor common prop a ot lis
' i . rfcirn' 'h t n v.- r - this Ter
ritoty, slnco annexation, what has there
bicn done toward the Americanization
ol oe is ii. mf Tiiv.o n, puir..u
mpro .-ucn: fr.m an An, Oilcan p.l..t
of v'ew. When Hoocvelt was Pftsl
dent and Tarter was governor her., the
Provident insisted that AmcicanlzAtio'
should be the foremost thing to work
for.in Hawaii. Wns it donor InMevl,
imported thousand of Filipinos
nnd lowered our standard". What
wo want is Kuropcnn immigration of the
kind that will a's mil.ite and woik to
wiird tho eventual Amor can Eitiou o
Hawaii and mnHo of tlu so Islands a real
Government by Commission.
"I bolicvo tho tlmo Is coming wVon
wo will havo government by commission
if we don't look oht, and if we don't
fight tho way I nm fighting today. Shall
tho elcctorato of this Territory
into tho hands of nlicnsf I say nol It
wo don't Americanize Hnwaii property
what will thoso in authoity dot Our
votes will be taken awny from us and
wo will hnvn irovnrnmnnt liv Commis
sion. The last census showed the .Tap-
ancso children wcro moro thnn equal
to tho .children of all other rnces here.
Now, this is something serions, and wo
must bo prepared to meet the issue.
"In my fight against the
I havo been sincere. I feel X am
right, and thnt Is why I havo mado'the
fight. There is nothing personal iii tho
whole matter. I am not fighting ngalnit
the interest. I am fighting for the'
middleman, the poor man, and for nil of
us. I nm right and everybody Bays tho
best thing which ever happened for Hawaii
was to havo Socretary Fisher como
hero and investigate conditions of our
island life. I think so, and agree with
"I am running ng.iin 'or congress
nnd T ask your support, nof nlono for
myself but lor all the enndiuntcs of my
party, the Republican party. When
you come down to tho question or tno
tariff, just think what the Democratic
party stands for: freo trado and tho reduction
of our sugar. Sugar is tho
mainstay of this Territory. Even if
Wilson is elected President, Bend a Republican
to congress, so thnt everybody
will know wo do not stand for freo trade
nor for the reduction of the tariff on
sugar. I think I am tho proper man."
Following Kuhio, tlio county and legislative
candidates in turn addressed
the gathoring, ono minute being allowed
each speaker in order to keep tho
meetinc irom dragging along into the
Reverend Desha, tho Hilo orator, took
occasion to sing tho praises of tho
oral candidates and in several instances
quoted old-time Hnwauau mcles, which
wcro well received by tho Hawaiians
Boost for Parker.
W. T. Rawlins spoko in behalf of Captain
Robert Parker Waipa, tho candidate
for tho shrievalty, showing that
his knowledgo of Parker was that ho
was a man of courage, a man who could
bo depended on to do what was right
and a man who stood for duty all the
time. Rawlins told of an occurrence
when the Lnhaina Btriko was on. Parker
had gone to Lnhaina, bocauso so ordered,
without telling his supporters
that ho had a child at homo on his
deathbed. In this instanco Parker had
shown, tho regnrd lie had for duty and
the speaker .felt thnt if elected sheriff
his candidate would always be tho
samo dependable man.
Georgo Davis wns the last speaker of
the evening nnd tho old delivered
ono of his fireworks
speeches. Several times during his ad
dress Davis was interrupted by Judge
Arthur A. Wilder, hut on every instanco
Davis proved equal to the situation and
turned questions into ruliculo
of the interrupter.
BT IBS TO
CIH IV KEB
(By Federal Wireless Telemph.)
NEW YORK, October 12. (Special
to Tho Advertisor) Notwithstanding
that it was Saturday, when adjournment
is usually taken over tho weekend,
tlio trial of Police Lieut. Charles
E. Becker, charged with tho murder of
Herman ilosentha), tho gambler, in
iront oi tno iiotcl .Mctropolo on July
10 Inst, went on as usual today.
"Bald Jack" Itoso, chiof informer
against Becker, wag called to tlio witness
"Did j'ou nnd Becker discuss newspaper
interviews that Itoseuthul had
given!" ho was asked,
"Yes, sir. Becker told mo that I
should not M'orry about that; that ho
hnd .lack Sullivan looking after tha
papers, and that itoscnthal could not
get anything printed," said tho witness.
"Later Becker told mo a morning
papor had got an affidavit from
lloscnthal and waB going to print it.
" 'I guess lloscnthal means to do
what ho said he would tlo, to squeal
ami break me,' Becker said, 'I'll get
u eouplo of gangmen,' T told Becker,
'nnd go around and toll Itosonthal if
ho does not stop his nttacks on you
something will happen to him.'
No Beating; Murderl ,
"'Oh, liclli flecker snid. 'I don't
want tlio fellow beaten up; If I did
I'd heat him up myself or have him
mwitoii up for resisting urrcst, nut a
bi'iitlng up won't do for him; ho must
be put where neither you nor T nor
anybody will havo to worry ubout him
"'Wlint do you want dono with
Kon'iitliulf 1 inked Booker during tho
ruiiversntlmi. 'I want him niurdvriii
nhot eroukiwl -dynamited or
thing, Becker replied. 'J want hi in
put whore w wllJ iievnr liavo lo worry
hliout him ngnlii.' "
Mott Awful Plot.
NHW YOIIK. Ontobtir 18. (Ily Ai
KitluttnJ I'; ('able) Harm) in h!I IU
hidiuius urdiiluMi, Dim ttory u( the
plot to kill lermu HoMuthal, th
Um)'Ur. r.ullinil todty lo lim Jury
it is ililiitf in (lie rune uyaili' I'olleo
Jiiruifuini mntr, iihtu1 vmim "oh
pir'V IA Ul IIOfHlhll IllUI'Hr
PITCHED BATTLE RAGES NEAR
TURKS' HE RESISTANCE
Barana Taken and Retaken During Day of
Bloody Fighting Bulgarians Blow Up
Bridges on Line of Retreat.
(By Fodoral Wirolcss Telegraph.)
LONDON, Octobor 12. (Special to Tho Advortisor) Turkish troops on
tho Montenegrin frontier aro offering stubborn resistance to tho Montenegrin
advanco on Scutari, according to tho latest advices from Podgoritza, Tho
Ightlng has beon eovoro; both armies are losing heavily.
The Montenegrin army is advancing in two columns, ono opointlng to the
torth 'of Lake Scutari, and tho other having its bavo at Antivarl, to the south
if Lnko Scutari.
King Nicholas' infantry proved admirable. Tlio heavy fighting Involved
n the attacks Montenegrins on the forts nt Schlpchi'ucy Hill, Rngatnr
ind Branyn, lost in "killed and wounded six hundred men .10 tha Turks nnd
four hundred to lbs Montenegrins.
Tho arrival of tho Montenegrin wounded at the frontier gavo riso to union
in Cottlnje that tho Montenegrin army had beon dofcatcd.
Villages In Flames.
Other reports say that villages on each sido of tho Hoyann rivor, whore
tho Montenegrin gonornl, Martlnovltch, is said to hnvo mot nith n check
from tho Turks, aro in finmes, nnd tha General Vukotlch, who is operating 'n
tho Boyana district, has crossed tho river with his troops.
Town, Taken and Botoken. I
(Dy Federal Wireless Telegraph ) i
LONDON, October 12. (Special to
Tlio Advertiser) Desperate fighting
for tho possession of Barana between
tlio Turkish nnd Montenegrin armies in
tbo vicinity of Lnko Scutari is in progress.
Tho" towh has been repeatedly
taken nnd retaken by each side, says a
lispatch from Cettinje, today.
The Turkish troops repulsed tho Montenegrins
nftcr another sharp engagement
Tho Montenegrin gonoral Lizavitch
has taken tho place of General
who committed Euicldo when tbo
king reproved him on tho field of
for wasting ammunition.
Turks Report Victory.
(By Federal Wireless Tclesraph.)
CONSTANTINOPLE, Turkoy, Octo.
her 12. to Tho Advertiser)
Tho rcliof of tho town of Barana by
Turkish reinforcements is reported by
tho military commander or Scutari, today.
Ho nlso says tho Turks hnvo
the heights around tho town
of Gusinyo, near tho Montenegrin frontier,
to tho northeast of Podgoritzn.
Bulgarinn troops blow up two bridges
between Istip and Kotschana during
tho nighty according to a telegram from
Bulgars March In Bain.
(Ily Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
SOFIA, Bulgaria, October 1.
to Tho Advertiser) A torrential
rainstorm which prevailed throughout
last night has mado tho roads almost
impassable witli mud. This 'Condition
is entailing much suffering' among tho
troops nnd nlso impeding tho work ot
transportation and concentration of
men and supplies.
Suicido of General.
CETTINJE, Montcnogro, October 12.
(By Associated Press Cable)
Bucovitch, lender nf tho Montenegrin
forces, has committed suicido, kill-
inrr lilmsnlf fnllnwinff n Tnnrnnf frnm
and four hundred wounded. Tho Turkish,
loss is estimated nt nix hundred.
Sultan Makes Appeal.
CONSTANTINOPLE, October 12.
(By Associated Press Cablo) Tho Sultan
of Turkoy issued a proclamation
urging all of his subjects to "defend
tbo sacred soil soaked with tho blood of
SEATTLE, October 13. (By
Associated Press Cablo) The V.
S. S. Maryland, which brought
Secretary d Stato Knox hero
from Japan, nnd Secretnry of
tho Interior Fisher hero from
Honolulu, yesterday received or-
dors to sail immediately for Nic-
araguan waters, to tako part in
tho task of suppressing tlio
olution thoro and of protecting
tliu police uud gamblers, and the man
who is alleged to lmvo hired tlio gun
men that shot down Itosenthal in front
of tlio Hotel Motropolc.
On tho stand today Itoso promised to
toll "every dctnll of tho most awful
plot ever hutched." Ho testified to tho
jury that ho was Decker's ngont In
Itosenthal ' gambling houso, uud how
ho was reporting constantly to Becker,
Ho explained tlio quarrel between
Becker nnd Itosenthal that resulted in
tho breaking of their relations,
Whilo tlio courtroom was hushed in
n horrified silenco, Jtono narrated how
ho hud hired tliu gunmen, through "Big
.luck" ell, hoail of onn of tho tough
gungs operating In tho uudurtvorhl. 1I
vworo Hint Decker snld to him, "I
(lynnmltoil inylhliittl Hhoot him
In front of u iullcmmiii, Gut It overl"
Dono iilwi told tlm jury that wliun lit)
InfuriiUKl Beokiir that inurdur laid bwn
ilium, the polU'ii olllclnl nmliad, "I )
oiitlimiilU Ms twibltt dory this rift
iirnuMM, Jldm diwrribtnl ruulitlli ally liuw
llwker IihiI iwii iho rott of Jtuivii
llml uUt tliu niuidir list Inn iluiiu,
Slid nM'l Ulllil that fit Hbiil't havit ",t
l imi1iud IdUUuii out tf Whitman
IT THREE OUT
Nearing Championship, Boston
Crazy With Joy Bedient
Hero of the Hour.
DOYLE'S ERROR WAS COSTLY
Mathewson's Cunning Failed to
Puzzle Boston's Batters
Score 2 to 1.
(By Federal Wireless Telegraph.)
BOSTON, Mnssnchusotts, October 12.
(Special to Tho Advertisor) Huch
Hcdlcnt, in bis second season with tlio
uostoii Americans, today outpitchod
Christy Mnthowson in the fifth gamo
of the scries by holding tliu Manhattan
Islo sluggors to threo scattciod hits nnd
exhibiting at all times u world of speed
nnd n drop curve.
"Matty" was not bo puzzling in tho
early frames, and in tho third stanza
Larry Hooper, who had. singled on ills
liist nppenrunce at but, sent the Bos
ton rooters into a delirious state of joy
tho king for having wastod his amnm UJ" smashing out a long triple. Mathew-
nition. Desperato fighting botwecn tho so" had hardly recovered from UiIh jolt
forces continues. Ono hundred 'and jk
twenty Montenegrins havo been killed
Who plli lied ami won M'sttrdm n gamo
for tlio Hod Hox and ullovtcd tliu
CiiniitH o n l three hits,
if 4 $ 4 4 ic )Jt i(i if H if t 4 ii l
viIiku Yfrkei, tin- youu M'coud MOkor
(it tlio Dunn Town brlgailo, tuntrlliiitod
iinutliiT triilu, iii(liiij th Oillforniu
ruiuiMr liiimo with tha first tally uf tliu
A Costly Error,
TUn "iMtry" ItoyU, csptnlu uf tb
ilinni, Hindu m aoatly rrar uf jiumid
lnn 1 1 trorn Trli Mpwiker'ti but, (tud Yur
In tlm uriH'liiiK liiinu. lindiKHt up
ffuinil u ImtM fuuml liiunulf, mih liy
hl i Lmiltftr ul I't'u und rl'mtiii iKIli
Mnthowsnn In the Inter periods, however,
ns Iho "Hip Train" hit his old
strlds nnd held llie game nfrl. Fur
five utrnlnlit Innlnpj Mntluwu.n sent
the llos'on Mvnttcrs Inrk to the boneli
in one, t to, three ordir.
8ovnr.li for aiin's.
Ilcdicnt wns nicked lor n long doublo
into the cinwd by "l)it Fred" Morklo
n the seventh inning. A sacrifice fly
cnt Morklo to third, and ho scored
titer Gardner erred on n groundor from
'Mooo" McCormnck's bat. Tho latter
hnil been sent In to lint for Arthur
Fletcher. "Art" Schmfcr took tho
place of the shortstop In tho field in
he lu Ion lug inning.
In the eighth nnd ninth innings Bo-
Ucnt put' more "steam" on tho ball
than nver and tho attempts of tho
sluggers to solve his shoots)
Hugh's record in walking tho Giants
'ft with three hits is considcrod
In the light of tho fact that
this wns hW first start in a world's
serios contest. Bcdlcnt was pitted
against tho craftiest pitcher in
today, and ho twlrlod rings around
Tho Red Sox' heavy hlttor and great
Again It was Harry Hooper,' product
of St. Mary's College, Oakland. Cali-
toruin, who led the lloatoninns in hitting.
Hooper's work was dnrzling, and
tonight ho is the big horo'in Boston.
Marquard Last, Hope
Manngor .Tnliu McGraw of tho Now
Vork team had counted on winning
with Mathowson, and tho crushing blow
dealt liiiu todny leaves him only
tg full back on on Monday.
Boston mndo five liits and ono error
and New York threo lilts and ono error.
Tho Bed Sox now havo won threo
games and require to win but ono moro
to hold the 11112 world's chnmplouship.
Tho next gumo will bo played at Now
Vork, Monday, Octobor 14, ns there will
1)0 no gamo tomorrow (Sunday). It is
almost certain "Smokey .Toe" Wood
will pitch for tho Itcd Sox und "Bubo"
Mnrquurd will Mo tho twirling for tho
Glnnts. That it will bo a pitchors'
battlo goes without saying, ns for tho
Buttons n victory mentis tho championship
and for Now York defeat means
the loss of tho 1012 pcnnt&t. Marquard
will cither mako or break,
Today's uttcndnnni was 34,003 nnd
the receipts worn $.(13,201. Tho
plnyers do not ct nny moro of
tlio rocuipts, after yesterday's game, according
to a recent rule. Should Boston
win tho scries, each Boston player
will Tcccivo $4024, ns thero aro twenty
two players in tho team. In casQ the
Giants capturo the pennant, each of fhe
New Yorkers will got $3840, as thero
are twenty-three of them playing, Thus,
for tlio loser it will be cither $2033 or
New York 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 01
Boston 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 02
Batteries) Tor Now York,
and Meyers. For Boston, Bedient
nummary hits, Hooper
(B), Yerkcs (B); two base hit, Morklo
(N.Y.); struck out, by Muthnwson 2,
by Bedient 4j first bnso on balls, off
Ilcdicnt 4j doublo play, Wngncr to
VVrkei to Stahlj loft on bases, Now
Vork fi, Boston 3; first bnso on errors,,
N'ew York 1, Boston 1. Timo of gamo,
1 hour nnd 43 minutes.
Umpires At idatc, O'Loughllnj on
bases, lligler; in loftfield, Klein; In
J. R. GALT ON HIS
WAY BACK HOME
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SAN 1'ltANOlSCO, Octobor 12.
(Special to Tho Advertiser) Among
tho piiMengvrs on tlio Pacific Mall
dtcuinship Korea which sailed for Honolulu
today were J, It. Unit uud son,
riMldi'iitk ul lluniiluliii Captain . It,
I.Hwaou, of the British nnov, ami Mrs,
H. M. Yorliigtuii nnd Mr. W. H, Woud,
iieinty woiuiiii of Bun IVaiielsro, who
urn starting un it lour of tliu world.
HurrEitEnB tajcij notiob,
Tlmm is no nams.ity nf our lining
miuslHiitly iiNiiiiytHi by n tickling In tho
throat, Viliirli von niughlllg Olid
disturb our li!p and jwit. A doiil
ii r Ihii nt iiiiiuluruiiii' Coiiuk Horn
IaiU will i ul tlm i litauiu wiilidi Ims tlm
Ik kd lie Vni.iri Jipin' tillM, nt il irvvi. and cluiir HJ4
ll8 tl4il IU ltll Ulr ut lltllllll It ill Ihtt i.uliiKii.Hri Inlni I'm aula , Tlan
Jt wis uuilna by "JiftM Jik"iilm 4itrn ttomy Lua net Ifu 11rfiui. tf Hm Wiiin Ills work t n,u Mimtu 6 ''a, ltd, ani4 or Jl
)m, tht tvU tmtmti pbf$n (ut tl" " not ilf to bninvui thl ut nm