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THIRD STRAIGHT FOR BOSTON
HOT TWELVE-INNING GAME! IN t Y E r - I: i n 771 I'd WfATH-R Fair o-Nloht and Probably Tuaeata, jtE riNAi 1 L EDITION m PRICE ONE CENT. JE PITCHER'S BAD THROW J GIVES BOSTON GAME 1 AFTER GOWDY DOUBLED I . ' Ml . "3 I 1 1 " Circulation Books Open to AIL" I PRICE ONE CENT. I "Circulation Hooka Open to A1V Conjrtght, 1014, by The rrfM rablUhlag Co. (The New York World). NEW YORK, MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1914. 16 PAGES ON TO OSTEND NOW, PARIS NEXT. WAR CRY. VICTIM OF POISON I AKEN IN STATION Pitching Rivals of Managers Stalling s and Mack In Third Big Battle of the World Series To-Day REVEALS HER NAME r OF THE GERMAN ARMY - Says She Is Nina Ennis and That She Hopes Bichloride Will Kill Her. French Expect Kaiser's Troops to Take Offensive Along the Entire Line; British Land New Army for Defense of Coast. LIFE 'MAY BE SAVED. Keeps Motive for Suicidal At tempt Mystery, but Says She Is Unwcdded. GERMANS REPORT VICTORY OF THE CAVALRY AT LILLE The comely young woman who swallowedbichloride of mercury tn tho wnmon's dressing room In the Grand Central Station yesterday eve nine revealed her Identity to-day In . Flower Hospital. Kbe said oho hoped sbe would dla, French War Office Says There Have; Z lJX'Zru'J tooK auon a tarrino aose mat tear wum an Immediate reaction and i prompt remedial moasures were taken. , The young woman -tord Detaettva-' Matthew D. Kelly that stio la Nina Knnis, twenty-four, a trained nurse. Her mother, she said, Is Mrs. E. Hy dor, who lives In tho Macluuron Apartments r.t Maclauren and Oil more strcots, Ottawa, Canada. Kcllcy pressed her to tell why she tried to kill herself. Klio would only j say that she had been despondent and. I .J..., .fc. . . . . I .. ... . Ilm. Been Engagements at La Bassee, and That2-4 Forts at Antwerp Still Hold Out. PARIS, Oct. 12 United Press). The whole German front ii about to take tho offensive again, according to military strategists to-day. Attempt by the German forces, which have worn down the defenses of Antwcm to ioin with the rii hc i'0'80" for so,ne tlme- , , , I She would not say how long she had Qerman right wing in assaults westward toward the coast, bCcn in New York, nor would she give her address here, but admitted that she had n room In Twelfth street, near! University Place. Although she wears n wedding ring she Insisted that she was not married. few minutes before she made her attempt nt sulrldc. Miss Ennls was In the company of a man who had accom panied her to tho station. He went with her to Uie hospital last nleht and visited tho Second 1 1 ranch Detective Hurcau to tell what he knew about the young woman. Ho said bo was D. Da Rlvcowsky, a ortralt painter, living at No. 24 West Sixtieth street. A year ago he had a painting on exhibition In a gallery at Chicago. Tbore be became acquainted with the girl who took tbo poison yesterday. They worn together only an hour. She told blru hor first name was Nlnl, he said, but be did not learn her family name. Last Friday, he said, bo mot her as he was coming out of a Hroadway theatre She askod him not to accom pany her home, but said she would meet him yesterday In the Fourteenth street subway station. They did meet, and spent the day together, taking dinner at Brighton Beach. After din ner the girl, who had brought a trav elling bag with her, asked him to take her to tbo Grand Central Station. She told him that she waa married and that her husband was In Montreal, aud she waa on her way to Join him. On the way to the station she told the artist that before they parted sne woum ten her last name and give him ber address so he could write to her. Leaving blm mt the .Icknt olllce, mhn excused b olf for a few min utes to arrange ber hair. While she was away tbe train for Montreal was nnnounced. and th artist was look lag for ber wnen no saw uer Doing d away In the rolling chair. lie was permitted to go borne after be bad torn nis story. The young woman had no railroad ticket anil her purse containeu only si POST SEASON GAME. AT NEW YORK. GIANTS 020 1 1 1 100 6 HIGHLANDERS . -iJfl 00010000 01 Uatterlea Fromme and Meyers: Mr.llnle. Keating and Hweeney. Um pires Evnns, Klgler, Connolly and Hart. Wilson Appoints Hnyonne Hun. WASHINGTON, Oct. 12 The 1'resl Ant tn-ttav nominated Jnme C. .Mon- agban of Bayonne, N. J., to be consul at Kiacatoa. .1 arnica. is expected here to bo the signal for a general attack on the whole battle line, now extending well over three hundred miles. A new attempt to pierce the centre line and another rush toward Paris is believed to be part of tho plan. The German General Staff by this offensive, it is ex plained, probably hopes to keep the allies sufficiently busy all along the line to prevent the sending of reinforcements to ward off the encircling movement out of Lille. The French War Office has scented the trap. Trench and British strategists long ago anticipated that Antwerp must fall, and started a concentration of forces at Ostcnd. New British troops, among them, it is reported, many from Canada, are understood to be ready for this new Qerman offensive toward the scacoast. In the face of a renowqj of activity on tho part of German aerial craft, Paris refuse! to view the situation in any other light than that of extreme optimism. The morale of the allied troops is splendid. The weather has Improved greatly, the rains ceased for the most part, and .the German artillery fire is less frequent, particularly at Verdun, which fortress has now sustained German bom bardment for eight weeks. To-day's official 3 o'clock communique told of the attempt of the German western line to- sweep forward on the French coast to the straits of Dover. It characterized the situation as good. Vigorous cavalry engagements con tinue in the region of La Bassee, Ustaircs and Hazebrouck. The statement says that a German attack between Lissigny'and Koyc was repulsed, and that the French for ward movement continues along the centre. Announcement of cavalry engagements as far west as Haze brouck Is significant. Tbe dorinau advance bus always beon heralded by tbe reconnolssance of Uhlans tn force. Ha7ebrouck Is only forty miles distant from Doulogne. England Gets. Ready for Raid of Zeppelins With Bombs ' LONDON, Oct. 12 (Associated Press.) Tbo only notlco of the arrival of hostile aircraft in tbo neighborhood of the Thames and Mcdway, says tbe Mayor of Oravcsend in a proclamation posted to-day will be tho firing of guns from tbo defenses. Tbe notico adds: "Persous seeking to gratify their curiosity will (Continued on Beoond Page.) War Bothers Army Contractors. WASHINGTON, Oct. 12 Army con tractors bare got Into difficulty In fill ing soma of their contracts owing to the aWropaan war, Soma of tbe goods which they have undertaken to supply either In wholo or In part sre of Euro pean origin, and It has been Impossible to get these under the eld contracts. This Is true In tba case of field glasses using Imported leasts and Ilka supplies. 1 . i Braves' Catcher Hero of Long Draw Out Battle Which Was Tied Up at Three Dif ferent Times. THE SCORE BY INNINGS ATHLETICS 0000020 0- BOSTON ITALY BRINGS BACK 1 00.000 VETERANS FROM LYBIAN FIELD Continues Steady Mobilization of Her Army and May Enter War. Features of Game Seen at a Glance Murphy, the first of the Athletics to go to bat, atung Tyler for a two base dit. Connolly's olean muff of Colllnt's liner let Murphy In with the first run of the name, 0 Tylor pitched two balls to "Home Run" Baker and then struok him out with the next three. Johnny Evers was the first of the Bravea to hit Bush safely, lacing a beauty to left for a base In the saoond half of the first Inning. Cowdy proved himself a hero again in the aecond when his double Into the left field stand scored Maranvllla with the tlelng run. Tyler atsmed to be getting batter for In tha third ha disposed of Bush, Murphy and Oldring In tha order named. Baker waa called out on strikes, in facing Tyler tha aeoond time. Ha tried to outwait tha pitcher and waa fooled. The Athletics want into the lead In tha fourth when Walsh'a single scored Mclnnls. Tha latter had previously doubled Into tha stand In left field. Maranvllle's drive ejown the left field foul line looked like a homer. Schmidt ran in from second and Maranvllla chased aeroaa tha plate, too. Umpire Hildebrand, however, shocked tha Boston rooters by calling tha hit foul and "the rabbit" had to bat again wnne ocnmiat went back to second. Schmidt eama In a moment later when Maranvllle this time shot a single to centre. Oldring missed a good chance to make a hero of himself by striking out in the fifth, after Murphy had contributed his second two-bagger, Maranvllla pulled off a neat double play In the sixth when Collins on first and Baker at bat attemptod the hit-and-run play. Evera shot Baker's drive to the Rabbit on second and the latter got the ball to Schmidt to nail Baker In Jig time. Deal doubled In the sixth and Maranvllla had a grand chance to score him. He waa disgusted when he popped up a fly to Schang, Schmidt prevented a three-bagger In tho eighth, dove after Bush's hard drive and, after knocking it down, tossed it over his shoulder to Tyler for a put out. It was a speotacular play. Baker got into tho game In the ninth with a doubleand after Walsh walked things looked gloomy for Boston. Barry eased their minds by popping up a fly to Gowdy for tho third out, VVhen the bases were full in the ninth Evera fumbled Baker's hit and Murphy and Shang scored. The scorers gave Baker a hit. The Athletics were two ahead in the enth when Qowdy, the first man up, smashed out a homer, ATHLETICS AB. K. II. i'O. A. E. SII. BB. SO. SB. Murphy, rf 5 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 Oldrintf, If 5 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 1 Collins, 2b 4 0 1 1 4 0 1 1 0 1 Baker, 3b 502450012 MclnniH, lb 5 1 1 18 0 0 0 1 0 Walsh, cf 4 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 Barry, hh 5 0 0 0 G 0 0 0 0 Schang, c 4 1 1 6 1 1 0 1 0 Bush, p 60005 100 I t PARIS. Oct. 12. A Nnplei despatch saya twenty Italian transport ships, heavily escorted by an Italian naval fleet, sailed to-day to bring back tho Italian troops now In Tripoli and Uy renalca. Their places will he tnkon by a volunteer corps Just formed in Italy. Although the return of troops from Lybla is ostensibly duo to the fact that their term of enlistment has ex plrod, tbe movement Is universally accepted In Italy as another of the steady preparations being made by tbo Italian Government for eventual participation In tba present war. Should Italy tako possession of Trloste nnd Trlent, as It U conllduntly expected she will do If alio Joins the allies, she thus will bavu liH'.Ouu more trained soldiers than uthurwlse, tnu troops being brought buck from Trip oli being still subject lu military duty under u gonural mobilization. Judy's "precautionary mobilization" now consists of about live bumlrod thousand soldiers. Tneau comprlsu tbo chief military units that would bo employed lu a war agalmtt Au.stria. Tbo task of tlio.Ho troops Is to muku tba preparations necossary for tilling out to war strength all tho units the Instant a general inoblllrutlou l.i o.: dered. It Is consldored unlikely that with this preparation Italy will order tho mobilization of any moro troops until the actual moment the entire military -a . k. I. nl1wl r.11 If I .,A . . io active participation la wa., Davora, than tent In to bat for Tyler, struok out OIOIOOOOO " BOSTON AB. R. H. PO. A. Moran,rf 5 10 2 0 Erers,2b 5 0 3 3 5 Connolly, If 4 0 0 1 0 Whltted, cf 5 0 0 2 0 Schmidt, lb 5 1 1 17 1 Deal, 3b 5 0 12 3 Maranvillc, ss 4 1 1 2 3 Gowdy, c 4 1 3 G 0 Tylor, p 3 0 0 1 5 Jamos, p " 0 0 0 0 2 Dcvnro 1 0 0 0 0 Mann 0 10 0 0 Gilburt 0 0 0 0 0 Tolals 41 5 9 3G 19 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 Uevoro batted for Tyler In 10th. M:i mi ran fur Clowily lu 12th. Gilbert batted fur Junius In 12th. Totals 42 4 8 33 21 2 2 6 4 None out whan winning run waa scored. S17MMA.KY. Home Rob Gowdj. I T-o.Uase IIIU .Murphy (B), Gowdy (2), Xclnnls, Deal, Dakrr. Left on liases Athletics, 10 1 Ilotton, 8. Double rimy a Evers to Maranyille to Schmidt. H1U Off Tyler, 8 la tea Inning. Umpires Klein behind the plate, Dlneen on the bases, Byron la left Held, Hildebrand In right. Attendance W20. By Dozeman Bulger. The Evening World'a Baseball Expert (Special to Evening World.) FBNWaY PAIIK. BOSTON, Oct 12. The Uoston won tho third came of the world'a series in the twelfth Inning. A wild throw by Dusb waaa two were on baaoa let in the winning run. He threw wildly after recover, ing Moran's eaay grounder. dowdy's home run drive and Evors's single helped to tie the aoqra In the ninth round. The opening of the gates waa like an unveiling to those aocustoraed to the usual field In which romped tbe Red Bos. The wjiole thing waa changed. Tier after tier of high banked seats covered the grass that once made up an open field In centra. Xfela made possible a seating capac ity of 33,900 and Secretary NlckeraW aasured us that tbe attendance woaM reach that figure, the reserved aeata having been taken more than a ' ago. In right field tbe aaata had built down to a line dangaroaalf "a 1 mam (Continued on Sporting P-iaJj II. ; Si V---" - f '1.7 l!"r, .' ' tft' n S3i-6EI'