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DM Full Afternoon Unite* press R«Port~®,lrt Aftsrneon 8ervlc« ard in the Un'fd .nates./ VOL. 108. NO. 85. WIN THE CHAMPIONSHIP the Final Game In a Contest on d,e New York Grounds Wit nested by Many Thousands. r- agersin a clash -fice and McGlnnlty Have a Dis pute Before the Game Starts- Immense Crowd of Fans Wild. NEW YORK, Oct. 8.—Waiting the 1 to play ball this afternoon to yt tie contest to end the national nant race the Cubs and Giants are nally determined to win, confident ready to play the best ball of eir Uvea. The weather is auspic M, the sun shining this morning and wind. Crowds are already be Iging the box office and are lined for the opening to the grounds. thewson will pitch for the Giants. rown, Overall, Pfeister and Ruel ach are all in condition for the Cubs. wn will probably pitch. Chief of Police Bingham to ordered one hundred and fifty en under Inspector Thompson to ecp order at the Cubs-Olants game. ototed police will be Btationed out the gates. One hundred reserves 111 be held at nearby" stations in ase of calls. Fans Call Crazy. A crowd of crazed fans crowded bout the park this aftern'jcj trying get Into the game. When the ^ay appeared there was a great burst. applause. The Cubs were hissed they trotted to. the field, though ere was scattering applauBe in some of the grounds. When Chance appeared on the field he *was eted by hisses and groans. The wenty-flve thousand seats were filled at 1 o'clock. McGlnnlty and Chance nchanged blows at the home plate daring the practice. The argument was over the time allowed the Cubs. Chance refused to surrender his po sition to McGinnity to bat flies. Mc Glnnlty pushed Chance aside. The players stepped between and the squabble ended and the Giants were allowed the field. The batting order is as follows: Chicago: Sheckard, If Evers, 2b Schulte, rf Chance, lb Stelnfeldt, Sb Hofman, cf Tinker, ss Kling, Pfiester, p. New York: Tenny, lb Herzog, 2b McCormick, If Donlin, rf Sey mour. cf Devlin, 3b Bresnahan, c, ond. Chance gets the put out. Donlin doubled to right, scoring Tenney. Cubs protested the hit but Umpire: Johnstone refused to change his de- run' J¥ Third Inning. CANDIDATES FOR THE PRESIDENCY 8econd Inning. David R. Forgan. Bartlett was the Cubs—Chance Bingled to right. I flrst speaker and Forgan was sand Chance was caught napping off of first, Chicago—Tinker tripled to center, boring on Kllng's single to center. ®rown sacrificed, Tenney unassisted i]eckerd rl8ht -sv ..a' Taft and Bryan Meet at the Banquet of the Chicago Association of Commerce and Exchange Greetings. BOTH ON FOR ADDRESSES Both Were of a Non-Partisan Charac ter—Crowd Cheered Lustily- on the Show of Friendliness Between Candidates. wichcd Mathewson to Tenney. A long wran *le followed as result of decision. Hof- eflT TP man was chased off the fiejd. Kling,1 w* *ho replaced him .on the coaching line was chased away but not put out of the game. Stelnfeldt fanned! How- Captain cf the JuHita Brought replaced Hoffman In the batting order and fanned. No runs. New York—McCormick took the Place of Bresnahan in the batting or •'sr. He filed to Schulte. Brldwell fled to Shulte. Mathewson out to Tinker to Chance. No runs. filed to Seymour. Evers foul line 1 talked. Shulte doubled scoring] ""IE- Chance doubled down Schulte. Stelnfeldt fanned. Four Fourth Inr.lng. wChicago—Howard out to Herzog to *eniicy Tinker out Matty to Tenney K'|ns: filed to McCormick. No rune. New York—Devlin out Stelnfeldt to (Continued on page three.) tmm CHICAGO, Oct 7.—W. J. "Br W. H. Taft, rlv^l candidates presidency, met iast night at a "Ban' quet of the Chicago Association of Commerce. The meeting is said to have been the first of its kind since lao Lincoln-Douglas campaign preced ing the civil war. Bryan "having been in Chicago all day, was the first to arrive. Taft, hav ing delivered the speech at the open ing of the waterways convention in the forenoon, went to Galesburg and delivered another address during the afternoon and returned to Chicago last night after the banquet was well under way. At the speakers' table when the speech-making began there were Bry an, Governor Deneen, President Kav anough of the deep waterway associa tion, and several prominent Chicago ans. An ear-splitting shout gave warning of the arrival of Taft. Bryan, in com mon with everyone else, arose and looked toward the entrance. A po li-emsn in uniform and assistants in plain clothes, aided In the progress of the distinguished guest. Bryan turn ed his head slowly as his- political rival drew near, smiling slightly. When They Meet. The drama.ic moment which had been anticipated with such deep inter est was soon over. .Bryan's hand awaited that of Taft. A single linger ing pressure, a word or so which, none could overhear, because of the tumult., and the republican leader passed on to the chair at the right of Mr. Hall. The cheering continued for a minute or so after these at the speakers' table had taken their seats. At the first moment the noise sub side''. Bryan leaning to one side and smiling broadly, asked Taft if he "had a good day." p(j for Brldwell. ss Mathewson, p. .^aft laughed and the applause in Flfst inning: Chicago, Sheckard an creaged tanned. Evers out to Herzog to Ten- took music by the orchestra and ney, Schulte fanned. No runs. songs bv guests to restore a sem New York—1Tenney was hit by the b,ance of qlllet first bail pitched by Pfeister. Herzog when talking In ordlnarv tones be walked. Bresnahan fanned. Herzog! came possible, the two candidates en vas run down between first and sec- tered 1llto anjmat*d whlch Pre8ident The answer. Then conversation in Hall Joined. speeches of both Taft and Bry- an were l0n.parti8an. C0nS0nsance clslon. Seymour walked. Brown re-1 Chicago Association of Commerce, placed Pfeister. Devlin fanned. Onej wj,ich This was in with the wishes of the Is a nonpartisan organization. Beside Taft and Bryan, the sneakers of the evenlnj were A. C. Bartlett and between Bryan and Taft. QTTRVIVOR ... OF A CREW OF 26 ASSASSIINATION «m. ft RUMOR PERSISTENT Giants—Tenney singled Herzog lnto a Port a Raving Maniac, With His Dogs. ST. PIERRE. Ml,.. Oct. ing maniac after clinging to a two of his dogs for 36 hours In the North Atlantic, captain of the schoon er Juinlta, was brought into this port Wednesday by the fishing schooner General Archamer, the sole survivor I of a crew of 26 men. The disaster oc- WHITE AND RYAN,: HAVE RETIRED Vice President and Secretary-Treas urer of the United Mine Work ers Announce Their 7"*" Resignations AN she plank and fighting for his pace Jealousy is given as the cause. 1 curred last Wednesday night during the hurricane that swept northward from the West Indies. out to KUng. Bi'esnahan singled" Bucharest Papers Say Prices Was Adriatic. It has a population of two ftonlin forced Bresnahan at second,! V?5 Slain But News is Being millions. It became affected with J'nker getting the put out. Seymour -Y Suppressed. the secession spirit during the trouble Sled to Pickard. No runs. INTERNAL TROUBLE Friction Between the Mitchell Lewis Supporters—Socialist and Walker Will Oppose Lewis. ... ill This display of friendliness on the part of the two candidates stirred the crowd to renewed cheering and words INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 8.—K. B. being useless in the din, Taft strok- -white, of Iowa, vice president and T-.'t /(a W. D. Ryan, secretary and treasurer of the United Mine Workers, announc ed their retirement today. White be cause of ill health, Ryan to become a coal operator in Illinois hereafter and to represent the operators of Illinois and the southwest territory. Various reasons are assigned to Ryan's retire ment. He and White were Mitchell supporters and it was understood to have been out of accord with Presi dent Lewis. The Mitchell conserva tives, in fact, complicated the prob lem of next fall's election. John Walker, an avowed socialist, and pres ident of the Illinois organiation is a candidate to succeed Lewis, who is de clared to be a conservative compared to Walker a \o leads the socialist wing numbering over three hundred thous and men. Car Conductor Kills Wife. CHICAGO, Oct. 8.—William H. Arf, a former street car employe, shot and ALBANIA IS OUT FOR INDEPENDENCE Mountainous Country With Two Mil lion Population Has the Seces sion Spirit. VIENNA, Oct. 8.—Albania has de clared independence of Turkey accord ing to a report reached here today. Albania is a mountainous country In European Turkey, bordering on the that preceded the granting Turkish constitution. LONDON, Oct. 8.—Partial ccnflrma tlon of the report of the assassina tlon of Prlnc- Constantine of Greece, came today in a dispatch from Vienna.] M™. M^Meln Wins. •Rnnharpst morning papers assert the| ST. LOUIS, Oct. 8. Mrs. McMeln PHrire was^murdered while witness-! of Quincy, 111., defeated Mrs. D. K. Servian army maneuvers. Foster 1 up in 19 holes in the first ack of details are attributed to the flight of the Western Women's Golf suppression of news by Servia. association tournament here. KEOKUK, IOWA, THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1908. Uncle Sam—There is a foreign citizen that I must keep out of this country, The rapid spread of cholera in Russia and the Phillipines causes alarm—News Item. LAFOLLETTE TO PRINT A PAPER It Will be on the Order of the Com moner and Will Speak Plainly of Men and Meas urea. '••'r.'-V. 3 yf TO BE WEEKLY MAGAZINE M-mm Plain Senator Says the Need of Speech Was Never Greater— To be Devoted to Pub lie Interest. "4 •22% &•!! MILWAUKEE, Oct. 8.—Bryan's Commoner has no monopoly on the political weekly newspaper bus.ness. Senator LaFollette today announced he would soon branch into the field and establish a paper on the lines of the Commoner. In a statement he said: I shall proceed at once with the publication of a weekly magazine de voted to public interest upon lines broad enough to appeal to the progres sive people of the entire country. I shall discuss men and measures impar tially. I shall print the record of pub- questions. The need of plain speech was never greater. I BRYAN FAVORS IMPROVEMENT Willing to Assist Deep Water Conven tion to Make the Mississippi Navigable. I CHICAGO, Oct. 8.—Bryan g^ve a '3*' ^lted his wife"yesterday as! comprehensive discussion of the prob- sat in a street car, holding a two-| lem of water transportation and pre-1 gulclde wUh the same revol. ver. Jealousy Is glv year-old child In her arins. The man dieted eventually the rivers would car flpd for a block pursued by passen- ry the bulk of the freight. He prom-. Bostwick Parker Supposed to Have Be- SliS. conclusion He said: I am heartily Mississippi navigable." of the Kelly-Papke Fight Barred. MILWAUKEE, Oct. 8.—Sheriff Knell acting under instructions of BRYAN SPEAKS AT CONVENTION Delivers an Address This Morning Be fore the Deep Waterways Meet in Chicago, FnancIs^"7^•" ",' lie officials of political parties on vital! gram changes were made. Then Fran- Introducing. 4 «s. HILL'S SPEECH]/" READ Congressman Ralney of llinois Pre sents the Address Prepared by PP James J. Hill—Plnchott on the Program. "V CHICAGO, Oct. 7.—Bryan was the principal speaker at the morning ses sion before the deep water ways con gress. Smiling in remembrance of his appearance before them last night, when Taft sat at the other side of the toast master from him and the two candidates exchanged pleasant greet ings and compliments, he came for ward when Introduced by former Gov ernor David R. Francis, of Missouri. The first work of the morning was routine. Reports erf committees and announcements of pro- cis presented Bryan. Congressman Rainey, of Illinois, read a speech pre pared by James J. Hill. At the after noon session Gifford PInchot, head of the forest service and president of the national conservation commission. for the evening was the entertainment at the Coliseum for the delegates and SHOT HIMSELF if the I audience thought any thing he might say would make the promised support WARREN, any stronger and was ovated at the Parker, aged 63 years, a civil war vet- eran awmiifllhv tirltn no Q7afai*lVQV mAVO. KoImm l« in sympathy with the waterway move- was living in and stretched a blanket! ment If you tell me what you want on the ground and law down and shot and I can answer you In the future himself through the head. He applied, will go beyond you. The government for a divorce, then remarried, not cannot give the people too good facil-1 Lnov.-ing it was necessary to wait until ltles for the movement of their mer-1 the papers were signed. The result- chandise. I will help you to make the Ing matrimonial tangle is supposed to have preyed on his mind until he be came unbalanced. Governor Davidson, notified Milwau-1 loads of land seekers were dumped In keo fight promoters there could hence- to Dallas this morning. Seth Bullock, forth be no more prize fights in Mil waukee, referring particularly to the Kelly-Papke fight scheduled for Octo- Taft Home to Register. CINCINNATI, Oct. 8.—Taft arrived quietly this morning and autoed to the home of his brother, Charles. He will register today. visiting friends.. [President Schneider of the board today set fire to the house he Registration 60,000. DALLAS, S. D., Oct. 8—Ten train MANILA PAPER IS CONVERTED Announces it Will no Longer Oppose the Rule of the United States But Will Support Amer- ss® lean Government. FLEET VISIT CONVINCES Hopelessness of the Struggle Against America is Made Manifest by the Powerful Bat- •a •KK1» tleships. mm* 1V -i MANILA, Oct. 8.—The Pardido national, formerly one of the strong est newspapers opposing the rule of the United States, today announced hereafter it will support the American government. The change of policy follows a conversion of many anti American agitators as a result of the visit of the American fleet. The pow erful ships have impressed the agi tators with the hopelessness of the struggle against America. The con vention ot provincial governors clos ed today recommending Oct. 13 as a national holiday in honor of the inauguration of the Philippine as smbly. POSTMASTERS MEET IN DES MOINES Delegates Present From Sixteen States—President Roosevelt Fa- 4 vora the Object of League DES MOINES, Oct. 8.—The parcels post was one of the chief subjects of discussion at Wednesday's opjening session of the National League of Postmasters of the fourth claBE. It developed that practically all post masters present think it should be es tablished. Superlfitendent Spillman, of the rural free delivery service, ad vocating a parcels post and also tak ing up at some length the work of the rural free delivery in this country. I Delegates are present from sixteen states. President Roosevelt Favors Plan. F. W. Jameson, president of the Na tional League of Postmasters of the fourth class in his annual address here said he had seen President Roose velt recently and the President favors the object of the league, which is to have fourth class postmasters placed in the classified list and taken from politics. PLAN HELP FOR HUNGRY PUPILS Mayor Busse of Chicago and Advisers Take Action in Public School Cases. char,ty- CHICAGO, 111., Oct. 8—As the re-| suit of a conference Tuesday mom-: ing by Mayor Busse and other city of- boats were sent to Samoas which is flcials and representatives of organ- reported to be on the verge of de a number "of !lzed thousands of hungry children. After a thorough discussion of the subject matter, it was decided that the task be divided into three parts First a thorough investigation will be made through the schools and pos- slbly In other directions to discover ™ad® .I"™.P?.a.nne.^ I the*needy'^e8""wnys and^elms for JnS/id thls work wlu be formulated by Hea]th education THROUGH HEAD chlnery ial Tangle. Ohio, Oct. 8.—Bostwick! °f a in obtalnlng caeh another general conference wjjj be United States marshal, arrived today, the reception of the Atlantic fleet at Three pickpockets were arrested and fined. The registration by tonight a total of sixty thousand. CHICAGO, Oct. 5.—Thirty thousand point in the Atlantic or Mediterranean fans fought their way Into the park to1 ty a third squadron now being organ see the White Sox and Detroit game ized under the command of Admiral this afternoon. Arnold. Read The Daily Gate City, SCtoknk'K Beat Newspaper, 10 CENTS PER WEEK TCGHT PAGF^ on foot to relieve the conditions of! off the west coast of Asia Minor, near want Indicated by the presence of Smyrna and is compelled to pay trib- wlth Turkey and Commissioner Evans andl"?*,* i' frr-Tl a conference of the heads of the char-! Ity associations. re"ef wiH be arranged by Th„ tj,„ W money," win be t,k»„ «„h th.! Civic Federation of Chicago the offi cers of which already have Indicated! a willingness to give valuable assist-' contributions! EP,osio" and other poSBlble m^ans of se. fund8 wl„ be ]ooked PLAN RECEPTION FOR THE FLEET Home Coming Welcome Will Larger than the Jamestown Exposition Review. a NEWS FROM THE I FIELD Emperor Franz Josef Makes a Denial of Intended Expansion Policy Stw,and t. Professes Frledship For Turkey, MOB AND POLICE CLASH ,k Scores Inujured During an Attack by a Mob on the Office of the For ^elgn Ministry at Belgrade, "i j* (X* BUDA PEST, Oct. 8.—Denying th« annexation of Bosnia Herzegovina were for the sake of territorial expan sion and expressing the best wishes tea for Tureky, Emperor Franz Josef ad dressed the Austro-Hungarlan delega tlon today. He took credit for devel oping the two provinces to the point where they are ready for a constitu tional government, which he declared was possible only through annexation. Regarding Turkey he said the powers"® were mutually trying to remove the difficulties in the way of Turkey's pro gram. r'C" Police and Mob Fight, I BELGRADE, Oct. 8.—Several scores of persons were injured here today in a clash between the poUce and a mob during the attack on tl/e office of the foreign ministry. The mob was in-fiu censed at the weak note of protest sen tip by the ministry to Austria. The po-M lice used sabers and were assailed by stones and clubs. The second reserves were called out, being added to the first reserves called out by the Royal tJkase yesterday. Servian Cabinet May Resign. BELGRADE, Oct. 8.—Announcment of the resignation of the Servian cab-^H ihet is expected to be made at the opening of the session of the national assembly on Friday. The cabinet fa vors peace and is at variance with the over-whelming sentiment, of the conu try. Communications are passing to day between Roumanla, Servia, Monte negro looking to an anti-Austrian alli ance. a p'«- To Consider War Declaration. BELGRADE, Oct. 8.Austrian troops today occupied Veska Tunnel on- the frontier and are holding vp all troop trains from Servia. The Servian gov ernment today ordered the removal of the headquarters of the war foreign offices, general staff officers from Bel grade to the Interior. A war conucll has been summoned tonight to con sider a declaration of war agaisnt Aus tria. Medjidish Revolts. CONSTANTINOPLE, Oct. 8.—The cruiser Medjidish and three torpedo a movement has been set! daring independence. It an Island ute to Turkey. Bulgaria Has a Surprise. ST. LOUIS, Oct. 8.—In event of war Bulgaria, Bulgaria's army WOUId surprige the world as Ja. 016 war with Russla' I I of a* -I --.v the struggle which now seems immi nent. He says fifty thousand Bulgar- ians are now in this GRAIN BLAST Shskfs When these things have taken sh RTPHP.nRn tvl probablvi RTCHFORD, 1 1 be WASHINGTON. Oct. 8.—Plans for Hampton Roads February 22 con template a naval review larger than at the Jamestown Exposition. The home coming fleet will be met at some vJg *4 I)' says a pap,er He declarct, for Bulgaria has been preparing for country and will return in case of war. KILLS THIRTEEN Richford, Vt„ and le I mtM a a I»• L.. is Followed Immediately by Fire. t., Oct 8 -WI 8.—With a ntire concussion which shook the village, a large grain elevator, having a capacity of 500,000 bushels, explod ed late Wednesday, causing the death of twelve men and a woman. Tho explosion blew off the entire roof of tho building, scattering timber-? In all directions, and almost instantly flames burst out all over the struc ture. Twenty-one men were employed In the building. All lived in Rich ford. The ruins of the elevator this morn ing were burning too fiercely to per mit of a search for bodies but a care ful canvass of employes shows four teen persons died from the explosion and fire which followed. The loss Is estimated at half a million.