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RGUS. 1 home EDITION
SIXTY-FIRST YEAR. NO. 310.
MONDAY, OCTOHER 14, 1912. TEX PAGES.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
Giants Make Five Runs
Off O'Brien in First
COLLINS STOPS FEAST
New York Faiis to Send Another
Man Over Boston Bats
New York, Oct. 14.
Giants overcame the
Americans by a score of 5
2 tcday before a crowd
r.bout 35,000 people. New
York's victory wa3 a check to
the hopc3 of the Red Sox team,
which had expected to win to
t'ay and capture the world's
terics. The struggle for the
world charnpiorisMp of 1012
j.rw ft;inds: Boston, three
j.mcs wen; New York, two
games won, and one game a tie.
The two teams will play tomor
iow at Boston. O'Brien, the
I;ed So c moist pitcher, was
knocked rv of the box in the
first inning, when the Giants
fOt five run3. Collins replaced !
1 im in the second inning and
4i .. .
there was no further scoring, j
Marquard patched a superb
panie for the Giants, and out
fide of the second inning the
Fed Sox were helpless before
the great left-hander's curves.
New York. Oct. 14. Fa!r weather
vas predated for fhe sixth g::me in
ti world's i-erit s this afternoon. The
ucial early crowd was on hand when
the gates opened.
The attendance was estimated at
I'.'iuu The crowd was late. The I
veather was cold with threat of rain. I
It is reported I resident Brush of t he
(;;arits is in a serious condition at u
hotel In re. He has been ill a long
Batteries Marquard and Meyers;
O'Brleii and Cady.
I I KM IN M;.
Kcd Sox -Hooper singled and was
Varquard to Merkie to Fletcher to
Merkle. erkes flied to Snodgrass
h'pe:.ker walked and stole second.
Lewis tiled to Devore. No runs, one
l;it. no errors.
tJiani Devore went out, Gardner
to Stab!. Doyle scratched an infield
lit which Yerkes could not field in
tune Doyle stole second. Snodgrass
fruck out. Murray got an Infield hit.
Doyle went to third on tne play. Doyle
I ored when O'Brien made a balk.
Murray went to second O'Brien made
h motion to throw to first, but did not
throw. Murray scored on Mcrkle's
!oul.le. Merkle scored on Herzog's
ibmble The stands were in uproar
Yeyers got an infield hit. on which
Wagner made a phenomenal one hand
tup, holding Herzog on third. Her
t ig scored on a double steal on a had
throw by Yerkes to the plate, Meyers
Kn't'g to third Meyers scored on a
l'unt hit hy Fletcher. Fletcher was
t fight off frst. O'Brien to Stahl. Five
runs, six hits, one error.
Red Sox---Gardter scratched an In
f eld hit The official scorer, however,
ln' Marquird in error on the play.
S'.'.til singled. Gardner taking second
V hsiut struck out. Cady fouled to
Meyer Fugle batted for O'Brien.
Cardner and Sta.Lt scored on Kngle'e
two ban lot. on hirh Devore made
i error in plair.g the bull poorly off
trie fence Hooper fouled to Meyers.
Two nms, two hits, two errors.
Giants --Collins 1 now pitching for
the Bed P . Marquard filed to Stahl.
UK V. M.IMK.
Won. Lost. Tied.
Cuts 2 0 2
Wn.te Sex 0 2 2
V ;tl IV KHIt.
Eciton 3 2 1
Nf Dcrk 2 3 1
t. i oi i sr.niF.
Cardmals 2 1 1
Erons 1 2 1
run iki nil -.hif. ikii .
Athletics 4 1 0 .800
Pnillics 1 4 0 .20?
A.B. R. H. P.
Hooper, rf 4 0 1 2
Yerkes. 2b 4 0 2 4
Speaker, cf 3 0 0 5
Lewis. If 4 0 0 0
Gardner, 3b 5 1 0 0
Stahl, 1b 4 1 2 8
Wagner, m 4 0 0 2
Cady. c 3 0 1 3
O'Brien, p 0 0 0 0
Collins, p 2 0 0 0
Engls 1 0 1 0
Totals 34 2 7 24
Batted for O'Brien In second.
A.B. R. H. P.
Devore, If 4 0 1 2
Doyle, 2b 4 1 1 1
1 Srodgrass, cf 4 0 1 6
Murray, rf 3 1 2 7
Merkle, 1b 3 1 2 4
j Herzog. 3b 4 1 1 1
t rVeyers, c 3 1 2 6
Fletcher, ss 3 0 1 0
Marquard. p 3 0 0 0
Totals 31 5 11 27 6 2
Boston 02 000 00 00 2
New York 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5
Two-base hits Merkle, Herzoo,
Engle. Three-base hit Meyers. Stol-
en fca,eB Speaker, Doyle, Herzog.
Meyers. Bases en Dans Off Mar
quard, 1. Struck out By O'Brien, 1;
by Collins, 1; by Marquard, 3.
Devore fanned. Doyle flied to Speak
er No runs, no hits, io errors.
Red Sox -Yerkes singled to center.
Speaker fiied to
fouled to Itevore. (Gardner fiied to I
Murray, who took the ball against the 1
fence. No runs, one hit, no errors. I
Giants Knodgrat-i; fiied to Yerkes. ;
Murray singled to right but was I
thrown out stretching the hit, Hooper j
to Yerkes. Merkle made an infield
Mr along the third base line. Merkle I
went out stealing, f'ady to Wagner.
No runs, two hits, no errors.
KM KIM lM0.
Bed Sox- Stab! scratched an infield
hit. Snodgrass took Wagner's long
fiv. Cadv got a single. Stiihl tnlfMiir
tMrd. Fletcher took ( ollins' grounder.
fused to Doyle, forcing, cady at
olid, Doyle completing a double plav
b, tbrowiDK out Cf)Uin8 M (ir(!,. Xo
runs, two hits, no errors.
Giants Herzog Hied to Speaker.
Meyer tripled to center. FjtOchfif
riea to bpeaKer. Yerkes tnrew out i
Marquard. No runs, one- hit, no er
Bed Sox Hooper fiied to Murray.
Murray took Yerkes' fly. Ppe
ker flied !
to Herzog. No runs, no hit:-, no er
Clients- Devore hit to cen'er. Doyle
flied to Wagner. Snodgrass fiied ti
Hooper, who threw to Stahl, doubling
Devore. No runs, one hit, no errors.
Red Sox - Lewis fouled to Mevers.
Gardner and Stahl fanned. No run:.
i no hits, no errors.
I Giants Murray fiied to Hooper,
j Merkle popped to Stahl. Merkle tried
to get out of the way of the ball, but
j If hit his but and f.ew hrgh enough for
Stahl to rt'atk It. Carry dropped Her
I zog's high foul. This gave Herzog a
iiir. j i. I it i . v. i . i . . . ivrro. . . iy uu,
no hits, one error.
Red Sox - Wagner went out, Mar
quard to Merkle Cady flied to S:iod
glass. Collins flied to Murray. No
i mi?, no hits, no errors.
Giants Meyers went out. Collins to
Stahl. Fletther and Marquard flied to
' Speaker. No runs, no hits, no errors.
! Kit. Ml II IWIMi.
j Red Sox Hooper flied to Snodgrass.
i Yerkes singled. Speaker flied to Mup
. ray. I'wis flied to Murray. No runs,
; oue hit. no errors.
Giants - Devore w ent out, Collins to
i Stahl. Iknie fouled to Cady. Snod
! grass got an Infield hit. Snodgrass
' went out stealing. Cady to Wagner.
, No runs, one hit. no errors.
I Red Pox-Gardner flied to Snod
i grass Stahl filed to Murray. Wag
; ner went out, Fletcher to Merkle. No
I rims, no hits, no errors.
Chicago, Oct. 14. The Cubs,
after winning the games of
Saturday and Sunday, made a
good start today towards mak
ing it three in a row.
Batteries Cubs, Cnecey and j
Archer; Sox, Cicotte and Kuhn.
In the first inning the Cubs
rolled up three runs.
In the third inning Lange was
sent in to pitch in place of
At the end of the seventh in
ning the score was 6 to 1 in
favor of the Cubs.
Franklin Club to Meet.
The Tri-City Ben Franklin club wili
j hold its regular monthly meeting this
evening at Its club rooms in the o.d
Price buildicc. Various matters of
business win come up for considers
tirn af;er which a ui,i-heon w ill be en
joyed at the Hotel Harn:s.
Witness Also Describes
Inception of the Becker
Felice Lieutenant Pronounces!
Rosenthal Death a Good
Job, Jury IsToid.
Xe-.v York, Ot. In the Becker
! trial today "Brifigie" Webber testified
jtfat Better, referring to Rosenthal,
j tcld him in the latter part of June:
i "1 he Is trying to do me in every
j way. He's been trying to see Waldo
;at:d now he's going to Whitman. He's
got to be croaked before he gets to
! The wtic: s told of meeting Rose
j and telling him of Becker's insistence
that, the "job le done." Webber de
scribed the inception of the murder
plot. Rose bad agreed to get four gun
men t.g.--Ther at hU poker rooms the
night of July 15.
wit id tki: ( hk op ;ag.
Webber said he was not on the scene
of the murder until after Rosenthal
was shot. "1 saw the body on the side
walk." he said. He met Becker after
tbe murder, with .lack Sullivan and
Bose. "I congratulate you. Jack, on
the good job. said Becker." the wit
ness testified. "'This is
Charley,' said Hose "They
number of the machine.' "
"Never min.l. s:;id Hecker.
tare of you and the gang."
ItM; TO "SQ. KA I.Kit."
The witness said he heard Becker
hTm f RoKentTial ) lying there in the po
lice station av.ti I'd like to have taken
my kniie and cut bis tongue as a
warning tu future squealers. " After
"Bridgie" had corroborated Rose's
'ory as to paying him $1,000 to get
i the murder trew out of town, the wit-
j n -sb was turned ow-r to the defense,
fie admitted his place was an opium
, joint, but he h;.d never taken oniutu o- ,
morphine hinn c !f.
; Webber Ewore that Becker said the
! night of the murder that he had look
ing for RosMiihal "to take a shot at
him" himself. Webber corroborated all
the important details of the story ot
the murder told by "Bald Jack" Rose.
Winfield ShethL.ii. secretary to Com
missioner Waldo, was the first wit-
ness called today. His appearance was
a .surprise. Shethaii was ex-used
wiiin Justice Gorf refu.-vd toallow the
admission of certain papers containing
Bet ker's signature.
U LOSES VOICE;
Chic.-iiTo, Oct. 14. Colonel Koose
ve'r refrained from speech making to
day in order to save his voice. Speech
es in Illinois und northern Indiana
MAY WED SON OF
EDWIN H. HARR1MAN
Friends of the young couple believe
the engagement of Miss Katherrne
j Britton and Ave.rill Harriman will be
. formally announced soon. Young
1 Harriman is the son of the lai E.
- ; H. Harnman, and his fdr.ee is a
- i daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander
'Mid KaUtartns Britton.
S , L.iii v
... , i.njar?tr w tiw w atjf -.aw ;
At last there Is one state likely to
placed in the hands of an Ohio grand
many men high up in the business life
Turkey is Allowed 24
Hours to Return Con
REFUSAL IS EXPECTED
Montenegrin Casualties 1,050
and Enemy's 300 Since
Start of Trouble.
Athens, Oct. 14 Release within 24
hours of Greek vessels confiscated by
rkey will be demanded today.
London, (Jet. 14. A Greek note de
manding release of vessels is the
nature of an ultimatum which official
circles here think Turkey will prompt:
ly refuse to comply with. Therefore
ic means immediate war.
Constantinople, Oct. 14. The Bul
garian, Servian and Greek ministers
received instructions from their gov
ernments to be ready to leave ae soon
as they receive notification from re
spective capitals. Rupture of diplo
matic relations of the three Balkan
states and the Ottoman empire ia
Tl'KK TROOPS FT. EE.
Ixindon, Oct. 14. Montenegrin
troops lost 100 killed and wounded in
their attack on the town of Byelopolye,
in the Sanjak of Novipazar. The Turk-
ish troops fled and are Said to have
lost heavily. The report confirms
jntavy fighting by Montenegrins under j
I General Martinovitch. It is reported j
! the Turkish troops lost 300 killed and i
1 wounded during the batle and the Mon
i tenegrin 100.
Constantinople, Oct. 14. Turkey, re
plying to the powerB today on the Bal
kan situation, says Turkey is deter
mined to carry out promises of re
forms, but cannot tolerate any foreign
ATTf K ERVIA 1ARRI0.
Belgrade, Oct. 14. Turkish troops
crossed the Servian frontier at Ris
tovatz near Vranya. this morning and
attacked the Servian garrison there.
The f.ghting is still in progress.
OC ft TI' Tt'RK POSITION'S.
Podgoritza, Oct, 14 Montenegrin
troops yesterday occupied three Tur-
' kish positions commanding Gusinye.
' The Turks lost heavily in killed and
i wounded. The Montenegrins captur-
! eJ four machine guns, many rifles and
I uuch ammunition. Since the outbreak
AfTER THE HIGHER-UPS
get the "higher-ups" In Its legislative scandals,
jury that will probably cause the indictment for
of the Buckeye state.
Forecast Till 7 p. m. Tomorrow for
Rock Island, Davenport, Moline,
Fair tonight and Tuesday, nof "itfacb"
change In temperature.
Temperature at 7 a. m., 42. Highest
yesterday, 61, lowest last night, 42.
Velocity of wind at 7 a. in., 4 miles
Relative humidity at 7 p. m., 50; at
7 a. m., 73.
Stage of water at 7" a. m., 4.6 feet,
a rise of .7 foot in last 48 hours.
J. M. SHEKIER, Local Forecaster.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Sim sets .r:21. rises 0:12. Evening
stars: Mercury. Venus. Mars. Jupiter.
Morning star: Saturn.
of hostilities the Montenegrin casual
ties have been 256 killed and 800
TO FIGHT POSSE
Dangerous Criminals Escaped
From Wyoming Pen Are
Trapped in a Canyon.
Rawlings. Wyo., Oct. 14 Armed
with shotguns, riSes, revolvers, cleav
ers and butcher knives, six or more
dangerous criminals were said to he
trapped in a canyon Just south of
Rawlings today. A battle between the
men and a posse of 100 was expected
momentarily. The men in hiding were
among convicts who escaped from the
penitentiary yesterday. Eleven of the
20 who broke out of the penitentiary
Saturday afternoon were still at large
this morning and it is believed those
who escaped yesterday joined forces
with their fellow convicts who liber
ated themselves Saturdav.
j WAR N EWS CAUSES W I LD
FLUCTUATIONS OF WHEAT
Chicago, Oct. 14 Excitement over
rumors thai the Dardanelles would ho
closed led to wild fluctuations today in
the wheat market. Opening hri to
higher. Heavy realizing sales
carried the market back to 1'2 from
FLEET SPICK AND SPAN
FOR PRESIDENT REVIEW
New York, Oct. 14. America's great
est fighting fleet lay spick and span,
with shining rails and spotless decks
in drab gray lines, on the Hudson to
day for review- by President Taft and
Kisses Cheap In Evansvflle.
Evansville, Ind.. Oct. 14. For kiss
ing Mrs. Edna Schaffer againBt her
will a jury todayniecided that Loise E.
j Johnson, county commissioner, must
pay her 1 cent. She hid asked for
Evidence will soon be
legislative bribery of
'Chairman McCombs Gives
Figures and Names to
MOSTLY ON PUBLICITY
Necessary to Conduct Campaign
of Education for Demo
Washington, Oct. 14. Chairman Mc-
Comba of the national democratic
committee told the Clapp committee
today $208,000 was contributed to the
fund this year in behalf of Woodrow
miaous nomination, principal pre-
convention contributions were: F. C.
Fenneld, 12,000; William F. Mc
Combs, 111,000; Charles E. Crane, $10,-
0('0; A. J
Elkus, $12,500; Henry Mor-
genthau, $20,000; Harvey Thomas,
J6.0U0: Cleveland H. ImdA ni
friends, $85,000; Samuell
Fnterrnyer, $7,000; Jacob II. Schiff,
McCombs said the total expenses
amounted to $208,103. He said that
represented all money expended, and
no other funds were collected or dis
bursed to his knowledge. Contribu
tors to the $85,8000 credited to "Dodge
and friends," include Cyrus H. Mc
cormick, $12,500; David H. Jones, $10,
aoO; Thomas D. Jones, $10,500; Ed
ward Sheldon, $1,000; Cleveland S.
Dorte, $51,300. McCombs said the
pi eater part of the funds were expend -
ed for publicity. "We had to acquaint ,.ftcive in Illinois the rule of the peo
the people of the I'nited States with ! )U. ,,y Blanrjng bv the trust reposed in
Wilson." he said, "and a wide cam-j lnft j,y ,hf.rn at n1B primaries April 3.
paign of education was necessary." l!ll(l,KVKrT FIHi.v thmtko.
PUT BEFORE JURY
Indianapolis, Ind, Oct. 14. Checks
; by which the government chargeB the
!execu'ive hoard r.f the ironworkers, al
; lowed J. J. McNamara $l.ftO0 a month
to buy explosives were Identified by
; J'.rs. A. H. H':!i a' the "dynamite"
trial today. Mrs. Hull was bookkeep
I er for the McNarnaras. The checks
were marked "eir.e.rgency fund."
GIVES LIE TO
Roosevelt at Antipodes
of Truth," Says
t ni,-., r-.. rv..: j i r-
ueuidici c.A-ri eiueiu rormer
Close Friend of William
Chieafro. Oct 14. Colonel Roose
velt, rep.ylng to Governor Deneen,
said today, "If Deneen at Uhat time
(Lorimer's election to the senate) was
such an Innocent lamb as not to know
about Lorimer and what was going on
under his own eyes in the Jack-pot leg
islature than Peneon is an altogether
too innocent, a creature to be allowed
at large in American political life."
Regarding the Chicago convention, the
colonel said: "Peneen can now face
whichever alternative he chooses. If
those, delegates were stolen, then his
conduct is infamous now; if they
were not sto'.en then, his conduct wab
Springfield, 111., Oct 14. In reply
to the attack made on him by Colonel
Roosevelt In Chicago Saturday, Gover
nor Deneen late at night Issued a
statement defending his course iu the
( hicago republican convention, deny
ing any "defensive alliance" with Wil
liam Lorimer, and closing with the re
tort that "because Roosevelt failed for
nomination) and because I refused to
deBert tho republican party, I am sub
jected to unmerited abuse."
Resenting the Imputation that he Is
allied with Lorimer, Governon Deneen
declares: "Colonel Roosevelt has evi
dently forgotten his old-time friendship
for Mr. Lorimer. Mr. Lorimer was an
adviser of the colonel In Illinois when
ho was president for a long time and
a number of federal appointments
made during Colonel Roosevelt's ad
ministration were friends of Mr. Lori
mer. "Practically all of them Joined wltti
Mr. Lorimer, not only In opposing me
daring Colonel Roosevelt's adminis
tration, but In trying to defeat m at
the polls four years ago, when Colo
nel RooBevelt was still president of
the United States. The colonel should
'cultivate his memory' also, because
the Roosevelt machine in Illinois dur'
lng his administration opposed nearly
every progressive reform which I ad
vocated and secured despite Its oppo
DEIES CALL. BY LOHIHER.
"I shall not answer Colonel Roose
velt's abusive epithet except to say
that a commlteee of five representing
his party and with his approval, as I
have been informed, called upon me
at the state house July 22. 1912, and
stated In effect that if I would agree to
vote for Colonel Roosevelt and an
nounce that fact no third party ticket
would be nominated against me and
I would be Indorsed and supported by
the colonel's friends.
"Lastly, Colonel Roosevelt states
that Senator Lorimer called at tbe ex
ecutive mansion at 2 o'clock In tho
n.ornlng and that I congratulated him.
Again the colonel Is at the very anti
podes of the truth."
I shall not answer Colonel Koosr-
ssit t 'u (iriiioiva ,n!r Vifita " atva tho tvr V
, V" 7 i
ernor, after a carerui analysis or tne
Chicago convention contests, "exopt
to say that, a committee of five, rep
resenting his party and with his ap
proval, as 1 have been Informed, ca'l
ed upon me at the state house July 22,
1S12, and stated In effect that if I
would agree to vote for Colonel Rooso
velt and announce that fact, no third
party ticket would be nominated
against iue and I w-ould he indorsed
and supported by the Colonel's friends.
"The abuse and opposition which I
am now incurring at the hands of Col
onel Roosevelt and his frlemls Is due
i... ,h f!if fhilt i am trving to mak
i "The. colonel states that I have hes
j itaied in making a choice in this mat
lier. There is no foundation for such
: a charge. I'efore the national con-
vention met and when It was plain
! tl a' Colonel Roosevelt intended to bolt
jlf he could not be nominated, I gave
j an interview stating that Illinois dele
' pates would not holt. When our dele
' nation decided to remain In the con
vention It decided to support Its noin
; inec s.
"Colonel Roosevelt has received fair
treatment (pnm the republicans of Il
linois, from i'8 delegates to the na-
tionr.l convention and from myself. I
voted with his friends on every mo-
(Continued on Pag Tea.).