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VOLUIVIE 15.
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10 GET ill Mil
WITHTHETURKS
From All Capitals in Europe
Comes News of In
creasing Tension of
Hostilities
TURKEY DECLARES
FOR BELTJGERENCY
Small Bahds Are Being Or
ganized in Bulgaria and
Servia to Operate in
European Turkey
LONDON'. Oct 12.--From all the
capitals came the news of increasing
tension In the Balkan situation and
continued preparations for war. And
this has spread into Vienna and Bud
apest. Keassur ng statements have
reen Issued from several quarters,
but undoubtedly with th- object ot
stemming the panic selling on the
bourses. A text nbto handed by the
-eprcsentatlves of the powers to the
Turkish government proves to be
more feeble even thrn anticipated, as
it contains no suggestion that tho
powers will undertake to guarantee
carrying out reforms, in Macedonia.
It is not likely to have any effect
for allaying public feeling In the
Balkans which are all for war The
reply of he lUlkin states, like that
of tho Turkish government has njt
been delivered. In Turkey wa3 Is
accepted as a certainty.
Smrll Bands Organized.
The organization of small bands of
Bulgarian and Servian regulars to
operate In certain districts of Euro
pcai Turkey are described In a spe
cial dispatch from Salonlkl. Their
work will be chiefly that of Inciting
the village populations in frontier dis
tricts to revolt, in case of their re
fusal to do so, tho bnds are said t&
have been ordered to burn the
homes and massacre the inhabitants
Reports of maltreatment of the
Turkish population in Bulgaria are
denied In a dispatch from Sofia,
which declares no insult ot any kind
has been offered the Turkish legation
or ronsujp of Bulgaria. !
Austria Will Help.
Austria, says a Vienna dispatch. In
tends to take immediate action in
cas either Tut key or Sen-la should
Invade Sanjak of Noupazar. Con
rcntration of Servian forces hav
been imoeded by a scarcity of trans
port facilities. Three main armies,
aggregating 200,000 men are being
formed by that country. One of them
Is mobilizing at TsarlDro on tho Bui
garian frontier, and is to cooperate
with the Bulgarian tioops. Another
is eathering at Mllanovatch, Nish. in
preparation to advance against Usukp
wnlie tne iniru jnuumzauuu m i"
Hevo Is Intending to penetrate San
lak of Novlpazar.
Seventy Servian villages in Sanjak
of Novipazar are reported rrom
Vienna to have risen against th?
Turks. The Moslems ire Vald to
have taken swift reprisals and have
suppressed the revolt by executing
all the ringleaders including numer
ous priests.
STANTON COMMITTEEMAN.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct 12. Philip
A. Stanton, of Los Angeles, former
speaker of the legislature was elect
ed national committeeman of Cali
fornia by the Taft republicans ot the
state central committee.
NEVADA BEATS CALIFORNIA.
RENO, Oct. 12. The University of
Nevada Ri'gby team defeat! the Bar
1,,,C nf Kan Francisco. 15 to 2.
The BsrbVrians scored a try In the
first half and in the second half the
Nevsda added ten to weir scoie.
CORNELL WINS.
ITHACA. Oct. --C" w," l
day Us second game of football thly
season, defeating th university o.
New York U to 6. Cornell showrf
some improvement but the playing
of tho eleven was ragged In the first
half.
AMERICAN HORSES WIN
w rwrnnv net. " 12. American
horses won both the rst and second
events In the classic Duke of Yo'k
stakes at Kempton Park today. Adsm
Bede, owned by Louis Wlnans, won;
Monotone, owned by August Belmon-,
was second. Twelve horses raD. Ttc
Tacsss for J100.000.
PRISONERS BREAK PRISON
RAWLINS. Wyo.. Oct 12. Nine
teen prisoner broke out of the state
penitentiary today, and five were re
captured. The remainder are In the
hills pursued by a posse, headed by
Warden Alston.
FRUIT ORIGINATOR DIES
SAN DIEGO. Oct. 12. John S. Har
bison, who brought tho first bees to
California, and established the honey
industry hero In 1854, died today
aged 86 years. Ho also brought the
first decifaous fruit trees to the
state.
Says Becker Paid
$1,000 Each For
Rosenthal Slayers
In
Cross Examination Law
yers Fail to Rulile
"Bald Jack" Rose
NEW YORK, Oct. 12. Long hours
of tross Examination oy supperlesc
lawyers before n suppcrlesa court
and the Jury failed tonight to make
'Bald Jack" Rose vary in his stor
of the part he played and the parts'
.t is said former Police Lieutenant
Beckfr played In the murder ot Her
man Rosenthal, the gambler
"Becker told me." he said, "that
he wanted Rosenthal murdered, shot,
croaked or dynamited. At this bid
ding I got gunmen lo kill Rosenthal
1 hml rfter the murder. I saw Beck
er that iforning and later talked
with Mm over tb telephone. I jialJ
the gun men $1000 for Becker and
told them be said they must not
worry but lay low. I uve mvself uj
and bcamc a state's witness be
cause Becker deserted me like
dog, getting ready to throw me to
tho wulvee."
Keeker was cool dur.ug the cross
examination, Roko thlck-lipptd and
wide-eared was unruffled by the
rJeat.
ROOSEVELT DIGS
AGAINST WILSON
Former President Criticises
Governor of New Jersey
for Not Allaying Big
Trust
PATS SELFON BACK
CHICAGO. Oct. 12 Colonel Roose
velt, in an address tonight, attacked
Wilson's record in the New Jcrsej
sovernofs chair, on the trust Inquest,
and declared that it the democrats
were successful in November ..he
great trusts of the country would find
Wilson "the mo6t delightful of harm
less companions."
Colonel Roosevelt further Insisted
that New Jersey was above any other
er qommonweallh pr "-trust, state" o
the" country while It had laws that
could be used with great effect
effect against the trusts, Governor
Wilson pursued the "do-nothing" poli
cy In this regard.
Roosevelt Becsts Himself
While sketching his own record on
trusts. Ex-President Roosevelt said
"I made such an impression by my
repeated messages and adresses thai
the republican platform for 100S did
definitely promise action along the
lines I Indicated although the prom
Ise was broken by those in charge of
the republican party soon after I left
the presidency. Governor Wilson,
during his term as governor of New
Jersey, has not done one least little
thing, in any shape, or sort, or de
scription toward dealing with the
trust problem Yet the opportunity
has been ample; and if his own doc
trines as to the duty of states to deal
with the trusts is correct, then his
failure to act has been inexcusable.
Slaps Wilson
"The same trusts against which !
actually did act are Incorporated un
der the laws of rew Jersey, ana it
Is perfectly simple for him to act
against them, but he never followed
my example. The big corporations
one their license to the inadequacy or
state laws and their non-enforment.
The democratic platform denounces
the effort to deprive the states of any
of their rights in connection with
dealing with trusts, and insisting that
no federal action shall be substituted
for state remedies for the prevention
of private monopoly; that is, of the
trusts. It appears that Governor Wil
son explicitly recognizes the theorj
that it Is the prime duty of thi
state governments rather than the
national government to deal with the
trusts."
STEAMER STRIKES BAR
SiN' FRANCISCO, Oct. 12. The
marine department of the chamber of
commerce received a message toay
from Astoria, stating that the steanor
Daisy Freeman, bound out this after
noon for San Franciso, struck a bar
and soon tecame waterlogged. No
further details have been received
JOHNSON TO FIGHT TWO
CHICAGO. Oct. 12 Jack Johnson
announced tonight that he had accept
ed the offer of $60,000 to fight Sam
Langford and SamMcVey in Australia,
made by Hugh D. Mcintosh. He wlli
leave Chicago October 26 for Austra
lia, and train there. He will ngn
Langford December 26. and McVcy s
few days later.
KAUFMAN DEFEATED
SAN Francisco, Oct 12. Luther
McCarthy, of Omaha, defeated AI
Kaufman, of California, heavyweight
in the second round. Kaufman was
knocked through the ropes by a rtijht
to the jaw, and the police stopped the
bout
COAST LEAGUE
At San Francisco RUB
San Francisco 2 14 I
Portland 7 5 J
Klawltter and Fisher; McCorry and
Schmidt
BISBEE. ARIZONA. SUNDAY MORNING.
, in i. I. ,,m in in in iiiiiimw in l -Tnni MM ZUV Muil
New York Giants and Boston Red Sox
Their Star Batters Will Give a Good Account
I.
Top row, lift to right; Stahl, Hooper,
Gardner, Speaker. Krug. Wagner, Y
erkes Boston Red Sox. Bottom row,
left to riQht; Ooy'e, Meyers, Herzog,
Murray, Snodgrass, Mekle and
5 ADVISE I
CITIZENS 10 --HGHT
Sultan Issues Proclamation
for His Subjects to Keep
"Blood of Ancestors"
CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. i2
Your enemies are gathering on the
.rentier, seeking to snatch your patrl
many fiom you, and to destroy the
happiness of your sons and grand
sons, it devoUes on you to preenl
them from treading one inch of the
sacred soil soaked in blood by ysur
ancestors. Fight with the courage of
those ancestors." Thus the Sultan
of Turkey ended his proclamation or
dering a mobilization of the Turkish
army to defend the empire.
With the issuance of this order
oractically all hope of peace to reign
In the Balkans, before a widespread
war of desolation to follow the Mou
tenegran opening of bostlities.
PRINCE GOES TO HEAD OF ARMY
ATHENS, Oct 12. Crown Prince
Constantine, of Greece, accompanied
by his eldest son, left today to tak3
command of the array of Thessilv.
His departure was marked by a dc
monstration of popular enthusiasm
ATTACK SEINITZE
CONSTANTINOPLE. Oct- 12.
Montenegran troops crossed the the
border today into San Jak of Novi
oazar, and are now attacking Sem
itic. CUBS WIN GAME
CHICAGO, Oct. 12. The Cubs de
'eated the White Sox in today's game
"n-the city championship. The teams
areviously had played two tie gamei.
Today's score was 5 to 4. The White
?or threatened to tie this game, when
'n the ninth there were two out and
three men on bases. Borlin failed to
connect 30,000 persons attended.
THREE WOMEN PERISH
SANTA PAULA. Oct 12. Three
Spanish women whose names are not
mown to th authorities, perished in
fire which followed the explosion
f a ran cf gasoline In the rear of
a laundry here today. The women ai,d
several children were In the building.
11 the children except one escaod
Injury, a little toy being severely
burned. The building was burned to
the ground.
QUAKERS DEFEATED
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 12. Swarth
more College sprang a big surprise
loday on tho University of Pennsyl
vania football team, giving the Quak
ers their first defeat of the season
The visitors were victor by a score
of 6 to 3. There was no no question
about the better team winning.
STANFORD DEFEATED
STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Oct. 12.
The Waratah Australian football
players defeated Stanford Varsity by
S-0 today. Scoring did not begin un
til the last ten minutes of play.
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tYif
Devore New York Giants.
The accompanying photograph
shows some of the mightiest hitters
on the two big league team that aro
tow granpling for the world's base
Roosevelt Accuses
Illinois Governor
Of Juggling Truth
Colonel Says Former Execu
tive of Sucker State
Did Double Dealing
CHICAGO. Oct 12. Roosevelt ac
cused Governor Ueneen or llllno.s
with deliberate aod wilful perversion
of tho truth and of being a "frient;
double dealing and shuffling, which
created i hearty contempt for him ' .
Ho also said he felt a hearty mis-i
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KjssrhrsafVaft sr:? r1:! work.ns ,hrtr , to ,. oT,;
Deneen In the Chicago convention as workers, notifying them of temporary! let or the sewer on the banks of the I "all pitched to left center where it
he became -convinced that he did susw,nBlon of detailed accounting of l Scioto river. They were captured e- ' , "fl,. "V.7""' f1..!
trust of Incen's loalty for the peo-, heade(j by prosident Frank M. Ryan,
pie's caus. He added thr testimony . ,n lfl0C( that tesan allowing $1,000
before tho senate campaign invest!- j OTonthly to McNamara that he secret
gallon commltteo showed conclusive- j mSht cairv on explosions which
1.. ,l.n ntinan nrlvlcr.l I.nrtmer trt ' ..... . .l. A I !! 1A11
that Deneen advised I.orimer
.
to
elect himself as a senator and had a
defensive alliance for the deposed
senator of Chicago.
Estate of Consul
Andrade Is Given
WicfOW and HeirS
Property Left by Mexican
Representative at Los An
geles Runs in Millions
LOS ANGELES. Oct
mfnt of counsel, the
12. By agree-
contest over
. , , .
the estate of the late Don GuillenN.-)
Andraitp. ronsul from Mexico to Los!
Angeles; and a man wltr ideals for
the new empire in northern Mexico
and lowr California were cut short t jjEW YORK. Oct 12. Throwing a
by deth. was rettled today, and hl j sixteen-pound hammer from a nlne
eatate gooa to his widow and other j foot circle today at Celtic Park. Matt
neirs named by Mr. Andrade. The , McGrath, or the Irish-American dob,
estate is valued at many million. ! made a new world's record of 181
The widow now is the wir of U. r.
Blinn of Los ArgeUs.
CRUISER TO GO SOUTH
SEATTLE, Oct 12. Orders to sail!
immediately for Nicaragua were re- CAMBRIDGE. Oct. 12. Harvard In
celved tonight by the armored cruiser ' creased the last year's total In the
Maryland, which Brrlved yesterday I annual game today against Williams,
from the orient The Maryland Is at I but the visitors had the satisfaction
Puget Sound Navy Yard, coaling for
the southern trip, and is expected to
get away before noon tomorrow.
ILLINOIS VICTOR
CHAMPAIGN, Ost 12. The Unlver
sity of Illinois defeated Washington
University, of St. Louis, 13 to 0. Il
linois scored in the first period, when
Dillon ran thirty yards for a touch
down, but Washington took the ag
gressive In the second period, when
Illinois was forced to fight hard on
its own five-yard line no less than!
four times. In the third period, Illi
nois braced as Captain Wolston went
over for a touchdown.
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OCT OBER 13, 1912.
Mun
ball championship nt New York and
Itosiui.
IK re are the batt.ng average of the
Boston mrn shown in the pholograph
Sjeaker .3S2, Gardner. .317, Kruc.
.r,9S Stahl, SCI. Waner,.274, Yerk-
SHOWS MONEY GIVEN
FOB DYNAMITE TOUR
Stenographer Testifies That
S1000 a Month Was
Given McNamara
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct 12 Mips
Clara K. Smith, stenographer for
merly employed by John J McNamara
union flmnccs.
It was m th s 'ettcr of the execi'
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ARMY MAN'S DAUGHTER WINS
SANFRANCISCO. Oct. 12 Mh-3
Sarita Van Vliet. an army miss whoe
rather Is an officer at Angel Island,
won the California tennis champion-,
ship women's singles today, defeating
f. .V Vlsmnnr rf San Francisco.
In the final match, by a score of C-l:
v-i.
YALE GOOSE-EGGS LAFAYETTE
NEW HAVEN, Oct, 12. Effectice i
nlunglng and a goal from the
lieic
La-
gave Yale the game against
fayette. 16 to 0.
The Virginia Polytechnic Institute
i proved no match for Princeton,
wlnnIn 3l to 0.
lee
MeGRATH MAKES RECORD
feet, four Inches. The formor record
of 17D feet 6 3-4 Inches was made by
John Flanlgan, four years ago.
HARVARD BEATS WILLIAMS
of being the first team this season
I to score against the crimson, the fig'
ures for the game standing 26 to 3.
Last years score was 18 to 0.
TROTH, ONCE BROKEN, PLIGHTED
CLEVELAND, O, Oct 12: Miss
Martha Calhonn and Wilson O. Hlckox,
whose engagement was renewed after
having once been broken, were mar
ried In this city today. The bride' Is
the oldest daughter ot Patrick Ca'--
ihoun. the millionaire traction magnate
of Cleveland and San Francisco. Tho
bridegroom Is a prominent clubman
and has been rated as Cleveland s
wealthiest bachelor.
I at tho "dvnnmlte conspiracy" trial dav hv saw ins through the cars or a
itirl
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Confident
es. 2.",0: HooPr. .20.
The Giants who are shown In the
photograph hae the following
TGO- !
onis: Meiers
oi .- 1 ne. -... '
j.'. .v.j.i;, uv, ...-
tie. .301: Murray. .267: Before, .2C4
Herzog, .2G2, Sncdgrass,
2C.
Convicts Try To
Gain Liberty By
Qnwiinrf Cilt Rnfc tenders were Mathewson, Meyers and
sawing uuz prsiMerklei hlle thogc who EU'ccumUa
' j on btiike-outs were Before, Snod-
r:.,,. nntMrnA I 8ra3s, Merkle and Mathewson.
Prisoners Captured starts Battlna Bes
Four
While They Are gain
ing Freedom
COLPMBl'S. Oct. 12 Four of the
most desperate convicts In the Ohio
j penitentiary made a daring escape to
SAVANAH PRELATE 65 YCARS OLD
SAVANAH, Ga.. Oct. 12: Rt Rev.
Benjamin J. Keiley, Roman Catholic
urenop oi 3vanaii, win reacii uis su-
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- v.nirn rarimmv anniversary lomor-
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row. liishoi) Keiley Is a
native or
Petersburg, Va., and was ordained to
the priesthood in 1873. He has -been
at the head of the Savannah diocese
for twelve years.
"DAUGHTER OF HEAVEN" PLAYED
NEW YORK. Oct. 12: The Initial
performance of "The Daughter of
Heaven," the Chinese, play by Pierre
Lot! and Judith Gautier. was given be
fore an audience that completely fill
ed the Century Theatr- this after
fioon. Pierre Loti. one of the auth
ors of the play, attended the perform
ance. HEAVY SUPREME COURT DOCKET
WASHINGTON. D. C Oct 12
Aftor a three month' vacation tho Su
preme Court of the United States will
convene Monday tor the term of 1912
13. The docket Is one of the heaviest
that ever confronted the highest tri
bunal Many cases of greatest Import
ance are awaiting argument and de
cision. Early decisions aro expected
in numerous cases argued at the last
term or tne court. tTinner iar-reac-ing
Interpretation of the Sherman anti-trust
law is looked for at an early
date. Under the head f "tni"" can
es are the ' Hard coal" csa and the
Union Pacific-Southern Pacific merger
Decisions In numerous railroad rate
cases ar exnected Also on the dock
2 . 'HfJEi10" "Tr 5Si:!bt the fog cleared later, so that ,h.'
Kantas election case, the "Rath-tub
Trust" suit, tbe boundary disputes be
tween North Carolina and Tennessee
and between Arkansas and Tennespe
and various Hums or Iltleatlon affect
ing tb,e.iJnrl8d!ctlon of the Interstate
cmmere, commission.
WYOMING W. C. T. U.
SHERIDAN. Wyo, Oct. 12: The
annual convention of the Wyoming
organization of the Woman's Christian
Temperance Union was opened here
today with an attendance of delegates
from all' parts of tbe state. The ses
sions of tbe gathering will contlnm
I until next Tuesday.
NUMBER 135
jBOSIOPS TIE
THIRD 6ME OF
WORLD SERIES
Giants Work Hard to Se
cure Contest but Bedi
ient is Too Swift for
New Yorkers
MATIIEWSON SHOWS
HIS SKILL AHEAD
Red Sox' Manager Feels That
While He Has Advan
tage Garnps Not
Won
j BOSTON, Oct. 12. Overcoming the
1 New York Nationals by a score or 2
! to 1 today, the Bostons, pennant win
j ners of the American league, need
! only a single victor' " to attain the
i world's baseball championship Tor
'1912.
J The world's series nosv stands, Bos
, ton, three games won; New York, on-j
land one tie contest More than SlfloO,
'a recoru oreakicg uaseball crowd for
J Uoston, saw the pitching duel In
I which Hugh Bedient, a youngster.
' sparkled as a new star in the basc
i ball firmament. Three hits were the
Giants' portion from Bedient's effect
' he service Only for an error by
Gaidner, the young twirlcr would hao
I turned back the New York club to
defeat in nine scoreless innings.
Mathewscn Brilliant
l Only a shade less brilliant than the
. box work of Bedient was the skiilc-l
'old master, Christy Mathewson. who,
I PTrent fnr two innir rifatunnA trfv.j
"' in the third inning, held tho Red Sox
llplnfaan hv tlin TTi-ipt. nf Ha nnrvtK
rA.inn, ..in.A.i .un vnn. w..ti i.
wicui irilLMCU IUD UL'Sl UUI1 blllinil
so far in the world's series. He had
not been tegarded as a likely choice
i for mound duty in the championship
1 games, and it was not until several
; innings had passed that tho thousands
jof spectators realized the Giants weic
I facing a quality ot pitching most bf
l fling, when hits meant runs The only
I New Yorkers to fathom Bedient s
Harry Hooper started a sharp bat
ting bee that gae the Sox two runs.
A fadeaway cured up to the plate.
Hooper catching it fair and square,
and he -shot the ball past Herzog
along the left field foul line, white
the ball riocheted between the angles
to the fences, to the contusion of De
vore. It went tling to Hooper, and
ed'past Snodgrass. Hooper came
over the plate and Yerkea made third,
whence he tallied when Doyle made
a babble off Speaker's grounder. That
ended the scoring for Boston.
Mathewson Shows Speed
Thereafter Mathewson showed Ma
skill, returning to the Boston benches
i-every succeeding piayer wno went to
j. i . . .
the plate.
Seventeen men In order went out
from the middle ot the third to the
last of the eighth Inning on groundci-3
to the Infield and pop files to field
ers, or as strike-out victims ,Thosj
who fanned were Gardner and Wag
ner. Mathewson had been plttuo
against the Red Sox for nineteen in-
t nings in two games one of which was
j an eleven inning content, and not a
man was given a base on ualis.
Only twenty-nine men faced him in
today's contest
Giants Get Only One Run '
The Giants garnered only one run
on a long two-base drive (o the tem
porary stands by Merkle In the sev
enth. He moved to third on Meyers'
infield fly. and scored when Garduer
failed to handle McCorraick's puzzlip?
grounder.
Bedient then held the Giants sofo
until the end. When the ground keep
er was about to close tbe gates at
Fenway Park at dusk, there still were
groups of excited "fans" standing
about the infield, pointing out thu
spots where this or that victor
checked the Giants in their attempt to
wrest victory and bring them to eve-i
terms with tbe Sox In the series
Unpicturesque Setting
In the early part of the game the;
had all the unpicturesque setting of
a cricket match in a London fog.
Murky mists swept In from the eart,
and rain threatened momentarily. In
tbe early innings the spectators coaki
hardly follow the course or the ball,
final innings found the clubs battlins
under summer conditions.
"Wc have the edge on New York
now," Manager Jsko Stahl of the Sox
remarked tonight, "but I do not pro
pose to claim the world's champion-,
ship until the last Giant players is
out In the nal Inning It will be time
enough then to make claims, but then
I won't have to, for I will have won
It"
John McGraw. manager of tho
Giants, while admittlnig the S ox have
a bg advantage, believes he will be
ablo to check tbe rush or the red
legged players at iXew York Monday,
then he will go out to make a flgh;
for the next two games.
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