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CENT IN CITY. ON TRAINS, FIVE CENTS.
SECOND GAME OF SERIES fODAY
JENSEN AND STEVENS
BAKER AND SHEA
After annexing the first game of the post-season series
yesterday the Indians met Ralph Frary's All-Star collec
tion for the second time this afternoon. The home team is
playing the game harder than ever right now and with a
classy hunch like the All-Stars to oppose them the games
look like the windup of a pennant race instead of a post
Threatening weather kept the crowd down somewhat
but the attendance was fair notwithstanding.
Breen, short stop.
Akin, third base.
Adams, second base.
Householder, left field.
Hurley, first base.
Joss, right field.
Krickßon, center field.
Oooney, short stop.
Davis, left field.
Frisk, right field.
Nordyke, first base.
Netzel, third base.
Levy, second base.
Ostdiek, center field.
Ail-Stars —Breen out, Cooney to
Nordyke. Akin singles to right.
Adams forces AKln at second and
is doubled at first. One hit. No
Indians —Cooney singles through
third. Davis fans. Cooney is
caught stealing second. Frisk pops
out to Stevens. One hit. No runs.
All-Stars — Householder fans.
Stevens singles through second.
Hurley lorces Stevens at second.
Jensen walks. Joss fans. One hit.
Indians —Nordyke out, Breen to
Hurley. Netzel out, Jensen to
Hurley. Levy out, Breen to Hur
ley. No hits. No runs.
All-Stars—Erickson singles to
center. Breen bunts and is Hafe on
Shea 8 error. . Erickson goes to
third. Akin out, Cooney to Nor
dyke. Adams singles to center.
Erickson and Breen score. Stevens
flies out to Davis. Householder,
singles over short. Hurley flies"
out to right. Three hits. Two runs.
Indians —Ostdlek walks. Shea
bunts. Jensen fumbles, and Ost
dlek koes to third. Baker strikes
out. Cooney flies to Breen. Davis
forces Shea at second. No hits.
All Stars—Jensen flies to Out dick
Joss out, Baker to Nordyke. Brick
son fans. No hits. No runs.
Vuoflans —Frisk safe on Akln's er
ro>. Nordyke safe on Adams' er
ror. Netzel fouls out to catcher.
Levy fans. Ostdlek singles and
Frisk scores. Shea strikes out. One
hit. One run.
(By United Press Leased Wire)
CHICAGO, Sept. 29 — Winning a
110,000 prize, but failing to break
g world's record for sustained
flight, as he sought to, Walter
Brookins arrived at the state fair
grounds at Springfield at 4:26
o'clock this afternoon.
Brookins endeavored to cover
the 187 miles without descending
to the ground but he wes forced to
make two stops on his way.
The Chicago Record-Herald an
nounced (hat the price would be
given Brookins, although the avi
ator did out bre..k the record.
K. H. E.
Chicago 8 14 2
Boston 3 7 8
Batteries —Mclntyre and Kling;
Frock, Burke and Raridon.
R. H. E.
Pittsburg 7 10 1
•Brooklyln 1 2 4 0
Batteries—Adams and Gibson;
Burke, Dessau, Scanlon and Ber-'
R. H. K.
St. Louis 1 3 1
Philadelphia 6 11 6
Batteries—Harmon and Tiermv
ban; Phelps, Ewing and Moran.
R H E
Cincinnati 4 7 1
New York 5 10 6
Batteries—Suggs, Gaspar and
McLean, Clark; Ames and Wilson.
R. H. E.
Boston 2 7 0
Cleveland 1 9 3
Batteries —smith and Kleinow;
Fanwell. Blandlng and Smith.
R. H. E.
Chicago 4 , 5
St. Louis 1 4 2
Batteries —Lange and Payne;
Mitchell and Stephens.
BIG BILL LANGE
CHICAGO, Sept. 29.—Although it
is many years since Chicago fans
saw big Bill Lange cavorting in
the center field, they have not for
gotten (he former baseball star,
and today are preparing a recep
tion for him when he comes from
San Francisco to see the world's
Tbe old Chicago player will be
given a dinner at which many of
his former team mates and their
admirers will be present. Arrange
ments are being made to present
Lange with un automobile on Octo
DO YOU KNOW?
That Stanton Warburton, tha new
congressional nominee from the
Tacoma district, fought railroad In
fluences as a member of the state
senate in 1901 and 1903?
That 39 miles of new water mains
have been laid by the clt yof Spo
kane during the past year?
That the old Monroe street bridge
was, at the time of Its completion,
the fifth longest bridge of Its type
in the United States?
That Judge Burkes total vote in
King county wsb several thousand
short of the number of nameK on
the famous Hurke petition?
That Hangman creek received Its
nsme front the fact that three no
torious horse thieves were hung a>
oiu, time from the rail, of it bridge
HOTOM the creek In the early days?
That the old Browne National
bank once occupied the room when
the United (''gar stores tire now
12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Runt Hltt
01 01 2 IQJOI 2101 1I 0 I Ills
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FIGHTER, 10 SAVED HIS
MONEY. NOW II CITY FATHER
BY LEONARD D. COMPTON.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 29.—Jno.
L. Herget, who retired from the
lighting game in 1892, claiming the
middleweight championship, is now
an influential member of the Union
Labor Btfard of Supervisors. Fight
fans here recall Herget when he
began scranping at the old Cali
fornia clun|eni the early '80s, light
ing under the name of "Young
Herget liked the fighting game,
but he had another and more pow
erful reason for following it. His
father died when he was entering
of a large family. There was noth
ing to do but help his mother and
the money picked up in the ring
helped wonderfully. When he took
his trip around the world in 1887
and fought a dozen battles In Aus
tralia he regularly sent remittances
to his mother, practically support
ing the family.
Peter Boland was his opponent
in his most notable mill In Aus
tralia, and Peter *.'<ts knocked out
in 4<frounds. Tbo ring was pitched
in a field.
Returning to America Herget
DING! DONG! STANDPAT
Here's the full list of re
actionaries in present house
and senate who have been
wiped from the map of poli
tics in this glorious year of
ler of New Jersey only insur
gent member to get the hook.
Whether the next house of
representatives at Washing
ton is democratic or republi
can, it will not be the house
ruled now by Spanker Oan
Forty two standpnt repre
sentatives and seven sena
tors have already walked the
plank. Most of them were de
feated for re-election by in
surgency; others fearing to
i test their strength took,
themselves out of the race.
That is just one less than
the republican majority in
the present house,
j Among the defeated reac
itionaib'.s are two Cannon
'democrats I'rom Georgia.
SPOKANE, WASHINGTON, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1910.
whipped La Blanche in 1892 in a
dosen rounds and laid claim to the
middleweight Utle. He claimed the
lightweight championship of the
Pacific coast in 1886 when he was
17 years old, after a victory over
Herget retired after his victory
over La Blanche, though he gave
exhibitions throughout the east
with Dempsey. No deSJht was ever
registered agatnst Herget, accord
ing to his statements. He was
elected to office a year ago.
Tlie following list shows
the standpatters who have
been defeated up to date this
year or who have quit under
CALIFORNIA—Duncan E. Mc-
Klnley defeated by Wm. Kent;
.las. Mclaughlin by W. D. Steph*
ens. Nominees stanch progres
CONNECTICUT—N. D. Bperry.
GEORGIA —l/>n Stevenson (Can
non Dem.l defeated by Wm. R.
Howard; W. M. Howard (Cannon
(Continued on page 7.)
WINNIPEG. Man.. Sept. 28.—Jew
els valued at $10,000, which were
stolen from Lady Annua at the
Hoyal Alexandria hotel here t«u
weeks ago, were recovered today by
detectives, who found them in the
hotel. The Jewels have been sent to
i.ad> Antrim at Vancouvt i
William Gardner, who Was ai.
rested In connection with the case!
is still >eld by the authorities
TAKE KEER O'YERSELF
-.Good bye. colonel; take keer o' y erne If.
nit won't work.
The progressive sentiment that has stirred men of all parties in all
parts of the country -annot be chained to any party chariot. Not by
Tbtodore Roosevelt, nor anybody else.
is not the prophet nor the leader of progress. He has no
monopoly of it.
Roosevelt has had New York state put an o.k. on the tariff bill. He
has Commended Taft and the political assassins of Pinchot and all that
Pinfhot stands for.
endorses Taft'a conduct in using the patronage club against
LaPfellette and Cummins and Poindexter and Brlstow and the other real
He endorses the lawyer cabinet, Ballinger and all.
He tries to obscure all this treachery with glittering generaltiles
about "graft hunting,'' but th epeople will feel safer in graft hunting when
theyf have fewer Lurtons on the supreme bench and fewer Oscar Lawlers
in the department of justice.
Taft, too, now declares that he is for insurgency—but Murray Crane
an* Wicker sham and Hitchcock sit at his table.
Roosevelt selects as his permanent chairman Elihu Root, who is the
lncAiatJaw of the doctrine of dollars.
•fttoosevelt, bringing with him Taft, Ballinger, Wickersham, Root,
HU6HEY JENNINGS PICKS
CUBS TO WIN
(By United Press Leased Wire)
B/ETROIT, Mich., Sept. 29.—
Hug hey Jennings, manager of the
three-time champions, the Detroit
Tigers, picks the Chicago Cubs to
defeat Connie Mack's Athletics in
the world's championship baseball
"Naturally, being an American
League man." Jennings said today,
"I should like to see the Athletics
win. t know, however, that they
are undertaking a difficult proposi
"The Cubs are the greatest In
side baseball machine In the game.
(By United Press Leaned Wire.)
BOSTON. Sept. 29.— Actgjg con
currently with the police of New
York, Chicago and Detroit, the local
nqtyoe this afternoon raided the
brokerage offices of the B. H. Shef
i Philadelphia, sept. 29.— The
office* of the brokerage firm of B.
H. Shoftela company, curb oper
ators, were raided by the police
CHICAGO, Bept. 29—The office*
of the B. H. Sheftels company, curb
brokers, were raided by the police
here today. The charge waa that
Ccntlni'od on Pago Two.
- TO CHINA
(By United Press Leased Wire)
/WASHINGTON, Sept. 29.—Wash
ington is excited today over the
ne>« that United States troops at
Manila were preparing to embark
Sphere lb no known reason why
China should ask for protection
fram the United States, and, If It
dig. why the order for the sending
of. the troops should come from
Manila. Nevertheless the news Is
the chief topic of conversation
hare. Officials In a position to
know prafeta ignorance of the af-
Continued on Page Two.
There may be some truth in the
report that Chance's men are slow
ing up with added years, but re
member these same added years
are making them just that much
foxier, and anyway a foxier base
ball bunch than the Cubs never
"I Jick the Cubs to win because
of their wonderful Inside work.
Evers. Tinker, Chance and KUng
have no equals in this department
of the game. Harry Davis Is the
real brains of the Athletics, but
Harry alone can't be expected to
think against that quartet."
FINGERS AT SOU)
Fingers at the rate of $1,000
per finger, are the basis of a
suit filed yesterday afternoon
in the superior court by Attor
ney A. D. Colburn on behalf of
Lee Alloway. The suit is filed
against Henry and Will Loun
der, for whom Alloway worked
In the Latah Creek valley, his
employment causing him to be
much around an engine. His
hand was caught in the coge of
the machinery, and half of one
of his fingere was taken off.
Now he wants $600 for that
HAWLEY FOOTBALL CAPTAIN
OREGON ARGICULTURAL COL
LEGE, Corvallis, Ore., Sept. 29.—
Bird N. Hawley of Star, Ore., has
been elected captain of the Oregon
Agricultural college football team.
The election was made necessary
by the absence from college of Ed
win W. Wallace, captain-elect for
the present season.
Hawley is a senior in college, and
has been In football for the past
SHAME AND MISERY COULD
NOT QUENCH MOTHER-INSTM
"For the love of God tell me
where my children are, and how
they are, and most of all tell and
tell me true can 1 by any chance
get them tack I am ill with worry
longing and Misery wishing I could
undo the mistake 1 have made. My
God help me If you possible can 1
caunot stand It much longer, it
will drive insane before long. 1
EIGHTH YEAR, No. 301 25 CENTS A MONTH
Details of Alleged Conspiracy to
Arrest Editor on a
That the said John T. Sulli
llvan, while acting as chief of ■
police of the city of Spokane, •
did, on or about the 15th day
of April, 1910, enter Into a con
spiracy with a certain lewd
woman, Sadie Evong, which
said conspiracy had for ita ob
ject the use of the said Sadia
Evong as a stool pigeon or
decoy, and the said Sadie
Evong and various other con
spirators ware to cause the
said Badle Evong to send word
to the editor of The Spokane
Press that aha desired to see
him upon a matter of business,
which waa a pretense agreed
upon between the aaid John T. •
Sullivan and the said Sadie
Evong. That the lewd charac- ■
tor of the said Sadie Evong
waa well known to the aaid
John T. Sullivan, and she was
receiving protection at hia
handa and waa permitted to
ply the trade of a lewd woman
at room 44 Congress hotel,
and that the said John T. Sul
livan and the said Sadie Evong
had entered Into an agreement
whereby the said John T. Sulli
van waa to be notified by the
aaid woman should the aaid
editor come to her said room,
and the said John T. Sullivan
was thereupon to send police
officers friendly to the said
John T. Sullivan to aaid room
and to arrest the said editor
upon a charge of unlawful co
habitation, to whiohojharge the
aaid Sadie Evong was to plead
guilty, by prearrangoment with
Said John T. Sullivan. That In
pursuance to said conspiracy
the said woman did visit the
office of the said editor, and
ask him to come to her room
for the purpose of a confer
ence, with a view of enticing i
the said editor into her room
so that the said Sullivan, act
ing chief of police of the city
of Spokane, could send certain
police officers to arrest the
said editor, upon said trumped •
up charge; that the eald John
T. Sullivan did thereby plan,
confederate and conspire with
the aaid lewd woman to the
end that he might use his
office to blacken the reputa
tion of the aaid editor. By
reason of such conduct the
undersigned says the aaid
John T. Sullivan was guilty of
conduct unbecoming an officer
and unfitting him to perform
hie dutlea as acting chief of
police of the city of Spokane,
or as a police officer.
FLEEING LEPER RETAKEN.
ST. LOUIS, Bept. 29- Mon Wing,
Chinese leper who escaped from
the St. Louis detention hospital,
sought shelter at the city hospital
and was returned to quarantine.
know I don't deserve any better
I am not asking justice but your
mercy Please reply by return Mall
and favorable if possible is the
MRS. M *
The mother-love is a great, won
derful and mysterious thing.
No matter what the depths of
That la Article No. 9 of faf
charges filed Saturday against Act*
log Chief of Police John T. BulMvan.
It is one of the most sort quo
charges ever filed against a pottco
official, and yet Mayor N. S. Pratt
has.take* no step toward inveeti
gating it or the other charges.
The alleged grave and sensation*!
Continued On Page Six.
Politicians Flock to It—Ho
Is Planning Cam
paign. 8 *
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(By United Proas Leased Wire)
SARATOGA. N. T-, Sept. 29—t
The Roosevelt band wagon la
crowded. Politicians who are still
In Saratoga are clambering aboard
today and are ready to got In lino
for the ticket selected by the coe>
ventlon at its closing session.
Although the delegate*) Who are)
still here are exhausted by the ay
bor of the convention and tbo
strain and excitement of the post
two days. Colonel Roosevelt, wR*
his untiring energy, already ao*
befun plans for the campaign. M
complete reorganisation, of tbo
party in the state is predicted*
The old leaders will be dropped
from places of responsibility and
the party management pot into
The politicians are confident of
victory at the coming election.
Gayoor's announced withdrawal
from the race for the demkratio
nomination for the governorship hi
another fact that is expected to
Roosevelt's own potwasjality,
however, is the chief cause of ff§|
PINK FOR SPORTS
For newt of the game* bo* <
tween the Indiana and the AU>
Star aggregation, for the Aft* <
tloital baaeba.il and otl
sporting events, and, for tartd
afternoon news, the Mali odl»
tion of The Press la ffcn moot <
popular paper to town, wfm
on the streeta right after tM§
games, printed ou nink ps>
per. Oont forget to toko 0
Pink home with yoo* '
degredalioa to which ttjayaMgJfla
sink, no matter what thSfl
of the mother. Ue unuthsg.B
and unsullied by am i^^aj^Jg
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