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ARGUS. Ill EDITION
SIXTY-FIRST YEAR. NO. 305.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912. SIXTEEN PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Said to be Cheapest
in the World.
SCORE OF FIRST SOX-GIANTS GAME
MARKET IS CONTROLLED
A.B. R. H. P. A.
Hooper, rt 4 1 1 1 0
Yerkes, 2b 3 0 1 0 1
Speaker, cf 3 1 1 1 0
Lewis, If 4 0 0 1 0
Gardner, 3b 4 1 0 2 2
Stahl, 1b .' 4 0 0 9 0
Wagner, a 3 0 2 2 2
Cady. e 3 0 1 11 1
Wood, p 3 1 0 0 1
0' Devore, If. 3
0 Doyle, 2b 4
0 Snodgrass, cf. . 4
0 i Murray, rf 3
Merkle, 1b. 4
A.B. R. H. P. A.
Totals 31 4 6 27 7 1
Herzog. 2b ..,
Meyer, c. ...
Tesreau, p . .
Totals 33 3 8 27 13
'Batted for Tesreau in seventh.
New York 0 0
Boston 0 0
Two-base hits Doyle, Hooper, Wagner, Meyers. Three-base hit Speak
er. Sacrifice hit Hooper. Double play Stahl (unassisted). Bases on balls
Off Tesreau, 4: off Wood. 2. Hit by pitched ball Meyers. Struck out
By Tesreau, 4; by Crandall, 2; by Wood, 7.
Governor Tells Kansas Audience
That Special Privilege Must
brain to me. One of the things that
every well informed mail knows is
that about half the people in the
I'nited Slates are democrats.
HOI T MK( IAL PHIII.K.K.
"As a well informed man. I 1c now
thai, they are engaged in every kind
of induBtry, and that they could not
unite to accomplish ecoaomlc murder
and destruction without also deliber
ately accomplishing economic suicide.
So far an I am myself concerned I
would with the greatest, respect call
the editor's attention to a little utter-
Norton. Kan., Oct. 8. That the
"very men who have been roost suc
cessful in building up the trim's are
also the very men who have been
most succesnful In preventing the or
ganization of labor" was the conten
tion of Governor Woodrow Wilson in
tn address here today devoted large- j &nce which I ventured to make upon
ly to what he characterized us "the ) accept ing the domination for the pres
pervasive power of the great inter- j idency. in which 1 explicitly laid down
est which now dominate our develop- ,he Program which I thought we ought
u,,,t to pursue with regard to the protec-
"Ion-t you know." his asked. 'that!,ive duties. I said that they ought
in of the ob.jw.-i8 of their combina- j not to DP changed except in such a
ton in to control the labor market?''3? and at 8Uch a rate as would
And do you imagine that they have not n any interfere with the
rat deliberate plans for giving the course of sound business in the Unit
working man anything comparable U j rd States. I also said, and that is
the way of wages to tie proportion of i what makes this parenthesis applies
the profits which they them- 'hes ! "iy discourse, that, we were
pocket? They do not have to give : Ko:ng to begin with those particular
the laboring man anv morn than be4i,,'rns in which we found special priv-
an g.'t In the competition of the niar-! "''e intrenched. We know what
ket. And they do not give. him any j tos items.are. The gentlemen who
more. As a matter of fact, some of f,"J.v tbA special privileges have been!
the most highly productive industries I Kln cnougn to point, out tnemseives.
In this country pay very much lower !f,Id llat we arP interested in first of
wacs than the uriDroiecu-d Indus-!"11 wi,n regard to the tariff is get-
RED SOX WIN
WOOD A HERO
Boston Pitcher Starts Mu
sic in Seventh When
THE RECORDS OF PREVIOUS SERIES
TESREAU KNOCKED OUT
Year Winner League Loser League Games
1503. . .Boston American '. ..Pittsburgh National 6 2
1904... No series Giants refused to play Boston Red Sox for title.
1905... New York National Philadelphia American 4 1
1906. . .Chicago American Chicago National 4 2
1907.. .Chicago National Detroit American. . .4-0 1 tie
1908. . .Chicago National Detroit American 4 1
1909... Pittsburgh ...National Detroit , American 4 3
1910... Philadelphia .American Chicago National.. .'.41
1S11... Philadelphia .American New York National..... 4 2
Forty Thousand Witness Begin
ning of World's Champion
UNABLE TO PLAY
Chicago, Oct. 8. The opening game
between the Cubs and Sox for the
Chicago championship, scheduled for ; witnessed a pitchers' battle in which
this afternoon, was postponed on a c- Wood of Boston turned back Giants
count of wet grounds. j from the plate time and again by clev-
New York. Oct. 8. In the first game
of the world's series 40,000 persons
center. Murray walked. 'Merkle flied second on
to Wagner. No runs.
Boston Gardner was safe on
Fletcher's error. Gardner was forced
at second when Tesreau took Stahl's
grounder and threw to Fletcher. Stahl
went out steal, Meyers to Doyle. Wag-,
net walked. Cady filed to Murray. No
New York Herzog popped out to
Stahl. Meyers fanned. Fletcher
struck out. No runs.
Boston Wood walked on the first
four balls. Hooper sacrificed, Tesreau
to Merkle. Yerkes went out, Doyle to
Merkle. Wood taking third. Speaker
was purposely passed. Lewis flied to
Fletcher. No runs.
New York Tesreau fanned. Devore
walked. Doyle doubled to left, Devore
taking third. It was a high ball and
fell too far near the field foul line
for Lewis to reach it. Snodgrass fan-
ON TURKS RY
PITT Lt V.
the throw in. Speaker
struck out. Three runs.
New York Herzog struck out.
Meyers was hit by a pitched ball.
Meyers was forced at second on
Fletcher's grounder which Yerkes
threw to Wagner. McCormick batted
for Tesreau and flied to Lewis. No
Boston Crandall is pitching for
New York. Lewis grounded out.
Crandall is pitching a slow ball that
seemed to worry Boston. Gardner and
Stahl struck out. No runs.
New York Devore went out, Wag
ner to Stahl.' Doyle went out the
same route. Snodgrass popped out
to Gardner. No runs.
Boston Wagner doubled to left.
Cady sacrificed, Herzog to Merkle.
Wagner took third. Wood was thrown
out, Crandall to Merkle. Hooper lined
to Doyle. No runs.
New York Murray flied to Hooper.
Merkle singled to center. Herzog sin-i falres.
Bled to right, Merkle taking second.
The stands were in an uproar. Some
spectators threw cushions on the
field. Merkle scored on Meyers dou
ble, Herzog taking third. Becker ran
for Meyers. Fletcher fanned, Cran
dall struck out. One run.
First Formal Declaration
is Received From
HEAVY FIGHTING IS ON
Action Forestalls Peace Plans of
European Powers Ships -Are
tries. And some of the most highly , Krit or special interests on
protected industries pay wages that ' ,h" throat of congress. We do not
hre be ow the living scale, at the j propose that special interests shall
same time that the prices they are j any longer camp in the committee
making are so treat that tl.iv can rooms of the committee of ways and
build new factories out of ibelr mir- I '""ana of the house and the finance
l itis every tet-ond year, it is o.ie of . committee of the senate,
the grandest pit cm' of bluff and hum- "Those of us who handle the ma
ins that has ever been known in the chinery of politics know that, tjieeaj
uuucuuy in urea&ing up ,ine coutroi
history of political deception.
I OH WIUF.H I. A llOlt M H K FT.
"1 want to widen the market for
American labor. 1 want to see condi
tions exist iu which men will com
pete for American l;:bor. 1 want anain
to see a time come when we shall
realize Unit the highest priced labor
if. the- world is the cheapest labor
in th ; world, ihiit what is produced by
biaiiis and inteKlgenee and skillful
tout li Is a great deal cheaper than
what is produced by stupidity and
(lull:iesH and the whip of the master.
"I tell you this, that American la
bor, up to date, is the cheapest In
tiie world. I can prove it, American
manufacturers compete in foreign
i-.iirkets in the scale of goods mattu
(Continued on Far Eleven.)
Washington, Oct. 8.- Former Attor
ney General MacYeagh today to!d the
Clapp committee of a telephone con
figured In those markets, near those versat ion H. Mck. Twombly had with
the late E. H. llarriman In 194.
MacYeagh said Twombly told h!tn
liarriuian had said he had been to the
White house and that Roosevelt ex-
murker bv labor that receive onlv one-
third the remuneration of American
labor. Now, what does that, mean'?
means they can afford to pay Amer
ican working men three times as
much and still undersell their com-1 r tV8b"1 antlH' ,flat a 40.0.0 fund
petttors In the foreign markets, and I le r- llarriman agreed to it. ,
vet the American working mart Is! This was Mac Veagh's version of the ;
told that the amount of his w ages 1 p,,,r-v ,,,M h' Carles Kdward Russell.
... ..J t I li- lit.. -1 er .
the protective tariff .' J "" " emver, io tue enect .ior- ,
l g.in nad received a similar telephone!
NEW ORLEANS IS
New Orleans, Oct 8. A well de
veloped case of yellow fever was tak
en from the British steamer Chaucer
arriving today. The patient is a Greek,
and boarded the steamer at Santos,
Washington, Oct 8. There is a
cholera epidemic at Yokohama, Japan,
according to reports.
er box work. The Giants scored first j ned. Devore and Doyle scored on Mur
on hits by Doyle and Murray. Tesreau t lay's single to center. 'Murray went
held Boston bitless until the sixth, j out trying to 6tretch the hit Speaker
Tomorrow fori wnen sPeaker's triple and an infield j to Cady to Wagner. Two runs.
depends upon the protective
I' doesn't. It depends upon him.
It depends upon what Is inside of his
thinking box. And when you once
K-t to a system of regu'ated monopoly,
then you get to a system of controlled
labor, don't forRet that. Narrow the
lines of competition and you stiffen
the line of labor control. You have
not. now a free market for your labor
any more than you tHve a free mar
ket for our commodities; for uuder j
Hit system of monopoly, regulated or
unregulated, the monopolist can de-,
lermine the amount of goods to be
Forecast Till 7 p.
Rock Island, Davenport, Moline, ! out Pave ,he visitors one run. Suc-
and Vicinity. fcessive safe hits in the seventh gave
I nsettied, witn showers tonight or p,fton three. The Giants rallied eame-
ly in the ninth and scored one run on
can i mm tne unite nouse. .Mac eagn , Wednesday. Warmer tonight.
anminea naving told vemver about Temperature at 7 a. m., 4ft
the llarriman Twombly conversat ion, i .iUm yesterday, 61;
but knew or none in which Morgan n'ght. 48. j
was concerned. j I'reciDitation in 24 hours Drior to T'-
t h l-AA Yi it a
minimum last ;
Boston Gardner fouled out to Her
zog. The stands are cheering everj
play made. Stahl struck out. Tes
reau's spitball is breaking sharply over
the corners' of the plate. Wagner foul-
Former Senator Pepew testified he i
' gove $lt,ono to odell for the New York
; state campaign of 1904. Twombly told
i him the state comniirTee was short and !
that llarriman, was raisins Jou.oOo. j
I After his reelection to the senate Dv
pew sain he was called to the hite
house by Roosevelt to discuss New I
a m.. none.
Relative humidity at 7 p. m
7 a m , 66.
Wind velocity at 7 a. m., 5 miles.
Stage of river at 7 a. m., 3.3 feet,
a fall of .1 feet in 24 hours.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
New York, Oct. 8 The day broke , ttled to Merkle. No runs.
. iair aim crisp lor lue nrsi game in me ; New York-Merkle. struck out. Her
61; at v.orld's championship series between I zog singled to center, the ball bound-
th New York Giants and the Boston , ing over Wagner's head. Meyers went
..!. J ;
produced, and therefore determine the av " "llu,n lB' "uu iwa wu"""u
be emrloved pn-em'-m vm-nug uiui i
out. Wood to Stahl, Herzog taking sec
ond. Fletcher struck out. No runs.
amount of laborers to
and the prices that the goods are to
KOW MI14.T TIIF.Y VT.
"As I travel from one part of the
country to the other," continued the
govemro. "I see no essential differ
ence among the people in thf different
parts of It. Th same thing is written
in their eyes aud it is not a gleam
of nerceniMM. It la a light of self-:
confidence. They know what they
want and they know they are going
to get it Anybody who supposes
that eoonomic questions and politi
cal questions are two different things
is very much mistaken because these
things have been so closly married
with one another in our recent polit
ical practice that it is impossible to
discriminate between them.
"And this gives me an opportunity
to allude to sin-.etUug that I read
very recently in an influential news
paper. It was an aditoria in which
1 must say that the editor did me
personally more than Justice. But he
saw in me an un-.r.'er.tiona'. Xacchia-
flli. It said in effect: 'This is an hon
tt man; he houestly U'iieves that a
protective tariff is unconstitutional.
president expressed surprise. "I told
him I had been offered the ambassa
dorship if I withdrew from the race
for the Be-nate. He replied he never
made such an offer, that he had an
other man in view."
Representative McKlnley of Illinois
presented to the Clapp committee to
day accounts showing he spent $290,
00 for Taft's candidacy.
Ormsby Mcliarg, contest manager
for Roosevelt at Chicago, told the
Rtd Sox. Rival managers stated their
players were in fine condition ready
to give a good account of them
selves. Early comers began to gather at the
Brush stadium last night to be in line; a
when the gates opened at 8 this morn
ing. By midnight 500 were in line.
A woman appeared in the line just
slter midnight and was cheered. By
turriT sunrise a score of women were in the ! down and the runner was thrown out.
WERTZ FiGHT i shivering line, for it had grown cold I It was a wonderful stop by Gardner.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Pun sets 5:30. rises 6:05. Evenlug
star: Mercury. Venus. Mars. Jupiter.
Mornlna stnr: Saturn.
FIFTH I !.
Boston Cady went out, Doyle to
: Merkle. Not a Boston player har made
hit so 'far. Wood went out on a
grounder. Hooper fanned. No runs.
Naw York TARrpnn ntrurlr nnt TIa-
vore popped out. Iioyle got a single I attorneys refused to answer anyques-
which Gardner managed to knock
Kentucky Farmer Shot.
Richmond, Ky., Oct 8. James Far-
rls, one of the wealthiest farmers or
central Kentucky, was shot and killed
on the street hero yesterday, and
Breckenridge Ma'1fJ!tnfaother wealthy
farmer, was arrested Charged with
having done the shooting. It is said
the killing was a result of an old
Quincy, 111.. Oct S.- Captain WT. A.
Long, commander of Company F, 6th
infantry, I. N. G., received a telegram
last night from Governor Deneen, ask
ing him to have his company in read
iness in order to repel any mob should
one he formed to attack Ray Pfan
schmidt, arrested in connection with
the murder of his father, mother, sis
ter and a young school teacher.
Feeling against the young man here
is very high, and in the suburbs around
Pfanschmidt country home at which
the murders were committed talk of
violence can be heard on every Bide.
The sheriff placed a special guard
about the court house.
Young Pfanschmidt waa arrested af
ter the accidental discovery of a blood
stained khaki uniform near a railroad
construction camp where he was em
ployed, and formally charged with the
murder of his sister, Blanche, one of
four victims whose bodies were found
in the ruins of the family home Sept..
29. The prisoner, who is 23 years old,
has generally worn a khaki uniform.
Following his arrest, young Pfan
schmidt, under instructions from his
. Estelle Snyder of Maywood Out
lines Campaign for $185,000,000.
Chicago. Oct. 8. Mrs. Estelle Ryan
Snvder of Maywood, who returned
few days ago from Hamburg, Ger-
toward morning with a biting west
MICH MOKY WAGF.RED.
Four thousand were in line at 8 this
Boston Yerkes flied out. Speaker
tot a three-base hit to left and scored ,
rr nrn t r it n-Viati WO no x.-ava flnnir I rr T i u ie' ct vr n nlnF 4 r Fknt'ta a-Vi -
; open. About 30,000 bleacher seats threw the runner out at first. Gardner
1 aerA nl n ri nn haIa thla mnrnin ' f.nnnpd Hno run
i minv where, as the reDresentative of . . . . .. '!.'...,.'.
committee he spent $25,000 to $30,000 th American WerU Familv associa-1 1 DousanC8 or aol,arB nave DeeD waS" r orK-hnoagrass was sate
in ore-convention work for Roosevelt : !? ? V v..., red on the outcome of the series.! when Wagner fumbled his grounder.
- ; uon, sue u a
luruuu iue (uuuirru biaies.
MILLER TELLS OF
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 8. Explo
sions in South Chicago and at Spring
f.eld. 111, were described by District
Attorney Miller at the "dynamite"
trial today. Letters were read by Mil
ler purporting to show that Murray L
and if he gets a chance, being an hon-, Pennell of Springfield. Ill, head of tie
et man. he will upset that unconsti-' local Ironworkers' union, wrote to nn
tutional arrangement. ' That is good icn headquarters expressing im pa-
battle against Ger- . . . favorite at 10 to K and i Mnrrav. ntlenintinp- to sacrifice non-
many. Austria and the Netherlands for ' lft to 9. Rettina this mornine found ' ned a flv into Stahl's hands and the
$155,000,000, the estate of Paul Wertz,
j u iuo ui dubiuu uiuuri I u HitiiL. neiH ' ruiKion nmr nMHeman I fieri i.nutuei
an imperial -si neia marsnai oi ine :
of six to five Boston would win if
17th century, announced yesterday the -,vood pitched today were popular with
plans of the association for carrying ' visitors.
tne rase into me nignest courts or ; Tne attendance was estimate
40,000. The weather was clear with
Mony for the undertaking will bejjedian summer warmth
raised at a reunion of the Wertx fam-1 Mayor Gaynor of New York and
ily to be held at Harrisburg, Pa, Oct. j Mayor Fitzgerald of Boston sat to
la. 26. and 27. j gether in a box.
At the meeting 1,000 heirs of Paul first imc.
Went w ill be present. It w ill be held t
tions. He maintains an unconcerned
appearance, as he has done since the
discovery of the quadruple murder.
Yesterday's discovery came when J
L. Frese, who lives north of Quincy
near the construction camp, began
making improvements on bis place.
He moved an outhouse and under it
found the blood-stained uniform. Iast
Monday bloodhounds followed htifrgy
tracks from the scene of the murders
to the railroad camp.
The victims of the tragedy were
Charles A. Pfanschmidt, Mrs. .Mathilda
Pfanschmidt their daughter Blanche,
and Emma Kaempen, a school teach
er. Their bodies were found in the
ruins of the Pfanschmidt home, 12
miles southeast of Quincy, near Pay
son, in Adams county. The condition
I of the bodies proved conrluslvely that
'the four persons had been murdered
Cettinje. Montenegro, Oct. 8. Mon
tenegro formally declared war on
Turkey this morning. The declara
tlon of war was de'.lvered to the porta
by the Montenegrin charge d'af-
Heavy fighting is already iu
progress along the frontier.
Constantinople, Oct 8. The Mon
tenegrin charge d'affaires asked for
passports from Turkey today. It is un
derstood the charge addressed a note
to the porte pointing out that fron
tier incidents are not such as can be
arranged immediately. It Is rumor
ed hostilities have broken out.
Belgrade, Servla, Oct 8. It is re
ported Montenegrin troops have cross
ed the Turkish frontier. The Servian
parliament today voted an extra cred
it for military purposes. Merchants
of the city are making large dona
tions and funds are being raised for
the assistance of poor families whose
bread winners have been called upon
for military services.
. mMioirriF. ji mp.
Paris, Oct. 8. Special advices from
Sofia says there is extreme war ex
citement throughout Bulgaria. Prices
of commodities have jumped 100 pef
cent and bread is a scarcity. . Practic
ally every able bodied man has gone
to the front.
Paris, Oct. 8. The French govern
ment regards the report that Monte
negro has declared war on Turkey as
correct, according to an announcement
of the foreign office.
London, Oct 8. A declaration of
war on Turkey reported from Cettln- ,
Je to have been made today by Mon
tenegro forestalled action of the
European powers in favor of peace by
only a few hours. It is feared gener
ally here the action of Montenegro
will tend to frustat the efforts of dip
lomacy. It is thought likely other Bal
kan states may decide to fellow the
lead of Moutenegro. The situation
of Christians in Albania and Mace
donia and a demand of the Balkan
states that those provinces should be
granted autonomous government are
mala causes of the crisis.
CKUCK VF.SSKI.S RKIZKT),
It was officially announced In Con-'
stajitlnople that diplomatio relations
between Turkey aud Montenegro have
been broken off, according to a news
agency dispatch from the Turkish
capital. It was also stated that mili
tary patrols during the night requisi
tioned all horses ra Constantinople.
Military authorities, too, had placed
troops aboard a number of Greek ves
sels which they seized in Turkish
waters. The vessels will be used
to transport troops.
TIHK TROOI'S ATTACKKn.
London, Oct. 8. A news agency
dispatch says:. "Nine battalions of Tup
klsh infantry, proceeding from Scutari
to TuhI, on the Montenegrin frontier,
were attacked last night by Malissorl
tiibesmen. There was a battle
throughout the night."
Outbreak of war in the Balkans
caused no surprise in London. The of
ficial world here now awaits the an
nouncement that Bulgaria, Servla and
Greece have also broken off diplomat
ic relations with Turkey.
Wood's grounder and tossed it to
Speaker went out Doyle Fletcher. Wagner went to third on the
at the old Wertz homestead, founded ent out Doyle to Merkle, Hooper tak-
oy jacoo wertx, ine neaa ot tbe Amer-line second
ican oraccn, in me ism century. This , to Merkle. Hooper went to third on j play. Wagner scored on Hooper's
estate cas never passed from the po-!the play. Lewis flied to Snodgrass. j double to right. Wood took third on
session cf the Wertx family, and is x runs. ' the play. The score was ;fw tied.
teasoning. but it was entirely incon- j tience because work at Springfield w occupied by Jacob Wertx, S7 years j New York Devore fanned. Woods and the Boston crowd was agapi in
ristent with another part of the edi-1 constructed by employes of non-union . old. the oldest descendant cf Paul I speed terrific. Doyle went out, Wag- uproar. Wood and Hooper acored on
Crst base before Snodgrass could re
turn to the base, thus making a double
play. Merkle flied out. No runs.
Boston Stahl went out, Doyle to
Merkle. Wagner 6ingled sharply to
center and the Boston crowd howled.
Cady also singled to center, Wagner an1 DOt burned to death.
faun ctmnri Th Ktanfia vro in nn-: Suspicion at once fell cn Roy Pfan-
rcar as Wood went to bat. Cady was
fcrced at second when Doyle took
Soldier Kills Himself.
Newport News, Va, Oct. 8. First
Sargeant Mack C. Napier of the 3Eth
company, coast artillery, at Fort
Monroe, killed himself in the barracks
yesterday by shooting himself through
the head with his service revolver. He
enlisted two years ago from Lexing
Builds Fence of Cornstalks.
Tampico, 111, Oct. 8. H. 11. John
son, a farnrt-r, built a fence usi.ig
cornstalks for tbe posts.
Trainer Eiitock Dead.
Iondon, Oct. 8.-- Frank Bostoclc, the
well known animal trainer, is dead.
torial which very kindly
ascribed labor had not been Llown up.
' Wertz in America.
jner to Stahl. Snodgrass singled to 4 Yerkes' single to center. Yerkes took
' a h m 1 H f I ii a nnltr anrt ivincr mfimriF r4
the family. The Pfanschmidtg were
well insured and the estate is estima
ted at $50,000.
Detectives from all parts of the
couDtry came to investigate the crime,
but State's Attorney Gilmer rntil yes
terday insisted that not enough evi
dence existed to arrest Pfanschmidt or
any otter person.
DECATUR MAN IS
FOUND IN RIVER
Chicago, Oct. 8. The police recov
ered the Lody of C. M. Lyte of De
catur, 111, from the Chicago river to-
'day. The death Is unexplained. Lytle,
I who was missing since Sept 30, Is
' said to have been a brigadier gen-
era! in the civil war.