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The Tiiroiiin Times lias com pleted arrangements to cover the world's series contests better than any other paper in Taroma. Get the Times And you'll know all about the games. VOL. IX. NO. 241. TEXTILE MAC FIGURES ON BEATING RED SOX BELIEVES EXPERIENCE IN ONE WORLD'S SERIES A BIG ADVANTAGE OVER OPPO NENTS. •— ■ —— PREDICTIONS. | i i Jake Staid, manager of the Boston Red Sox, Ameri ' can league champions: "The same kind . of baseball that won us the pennant in the American league will give us the world's series." . Connie Mack of the Phila delphia Athletics: "Unless the unforeseen happens Bos ton will beat the Giants." . Johnny Kllng, manager of the Boston Nationals: "There are only two - men on the Boston team that the Giants have reason: to fear. - They are Tris Speaker and Joe Wood.* I do not think, how ever, that any two men can " beat the Giants." • « (By United Press Leaned Wire.) p> NEW YORK, Sept. 27.—Now that the New Yprk Giants have elected themselves to a second term as champions of the Nation ill i league by ■ defeating . Boston twice yesterday, Gotham fans and fanettes today predicted that Me- Graw's men will walk away with the world's championship. •■ New York and Chicago each have nine games to play before October 6, when the National league season officially ■ closes, 3 but i the Cubs could win all of their games with , out a displacement of the Giants • from the head of the list .'■'.' "■"■ S : - Although he is not boasting,' Manager McGraw la" confident that the Red Sox cannot repeat the . dose handed his men last year by Connie Mack's Philadelphia Ath letics. ." • . . - -v - "I am not making any predic tions," McGraw said today, ■■ "but . the boys are confident. We have experience in one world's series, and this time it won't look like such a big event. , I expect ; the Giants to win the series, but slip ups, of course, are always possi- We.7j--;v „■■■...\ Vv _ -\\:/. .--■;■.■ , ADMIT SENDING ARMS TO MEXICO (By United Press leased Wire.) LOS ANGELES, Cal., Sept. 27. —Three Los Angeles hardware dealers are on record today as ad mitting to the senatorial sub committee Investigating Mexican revolutions u 8 having sent arms to Mexican border towns, suppos edly for use of the revolutionists. NATIONAL CAMPAIGN News and Gossip From Rival Camps ] (Bjr United Press I>n«ed Wire.) NEW ORLEANS, La., Sept. 27. —Colonel Roosevelt is In New Orleans today. He was schedul ed to deliver an address at the winter garden today and will rest tonight. An automobile parade formed part of the welcome given the colonel by the city. MADISON, Wis., Sept. 27.— Backing down from the recent 2Bu!ldingLots Traf ton Street near 6th. Aye $400 Each Front east. Located on South Trafton between Bth and lOtb. Non-resident owner, must sell. Half cash. Calvin Philips & Co. California Bldg, Main 22 Are You Reading Hugh Jennings' Special Articles On the World's Series in the Pink Edition of the Times? TheTacoma Times THE ONLY INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER IN TACOMA Dfl YOU WANT THIS CITY TO SPEND MORE MONEY U IN 1913? Three years ago with the light anil water departments ul most as large as now, then- was no stenographer nt all in tho de partment, but such statements as hud to be written up Ml got ten up out at odd times by one of the clerks. Today there is a stenographer for Ijawson, one for the engi neers in Ills office, one for the city electrician, one for the chief clerk—four in all. Some tax payers wonder why so many. Would a privute corporation have that many scattered all over the city hall or would the offices be bunched so one could do the work for all? Taxpayers are getting Interested in tlie municipal govern ment in view of the suggested boost in taxes, increase In salaries of city employes and added expenses to the city. The Times is getting some pointed letters on the subject. One city employe writes he thinks salaries should be Ixiosted. Some citizens think not, and want other expenditures cut. What do you think? Write your opinions in less than 150 words and send to the Times at once. ■_ Editor Times: As to hav ing our expenses in running • our city . raised it depends whether It Is for the benefit of the city as a whole or the benefit of a few. 'As for raising salaries of some of our employes at the city hall or a few of their friends and not to raise the , wages of those who do the city work at large, is out of the ques tion. When we can see where it Is necessary to have He Wanted To Go To Larchmont; He Didn't; Ex-County Chairman And T. R. & P. Con Have It Out The liarchmont Improvement > club sent a long communication to the council this morning ask ing that an ordinance be passed to prevent conductors insulting and beating up passengers on the street cars and relating the de tails of a fight in which Joe T. Mitchell, ex-republican county chairman, and a Puyallup line conductor had it to a finish Sat urday night. The conductor carried Mitchell past his home at Larchmont. Mitchell asked where he whs and the conductor told him. "I said I wanted to get off at Larchmont," said Mitchell. "You're a d— liar," retorted the conductor. Biff, Joe landed on the con ductor and pelted him to the side of the car. ' Just then the car made a turn and Mitchell was flung off his feet into a seat. The conductor leaped on him and began peeling the bark off his head with his punch. This lasted some time until Joe got his arm around the conductor's neck and began' hugging him, meanwhile thumping him In the jaw. stand he took when he declared he would support Governor Wil son of New Jersey for president, Governor McGovern of Wisconsin changed front again today and name out for Colonel Roosevelt, the progressive candidate. "Theodore Roosevelt," Gover nor. McGovern declared In a for mal statement today, "Is the na tural choice of all republicans and progressives." RICH MAN DIES VERY POO (By United Press Leased Wire.) JANESVILLE, Wls., Sept. 27. —Edward L. Dwyer, who ' rose from head of a street cleaning gang in Chicago to a multi-mill ionaire, ia dead here today from a self-inflicted bullet wound in his brain ,aft«r giving hU cent to a tramp. Dwyer's act 1b attributed to his having lost an immense fortune while trying to corner the wheat market on the Chicago board or trade. ATTENDS PAIR. & Superior Judge Easterday and Sheriff | Robert J Longmlro are to day attending : the opening ,:of; the fair at Rpy. Wash. WORKERS ON • two or three for the same office" where one good man could do It all, and pay them all high wages, I think it time for the people who have to pay these wages have something to say in the mat ter. I would suggest a mags meeting to be held to protest in a way to check this no tion of boosting salaries every few days. Yours truly, A. F. PRICE. 1518 Sou'.h G st. This was proceeding merrily until the conductor concluded the festivities should be brought to a close, so he yelled "enough" and Joe gave him one final poke and quit. Mitchell came in, called up Judge Shackelford and related the occurrence, then went to the Fannie Paddock hospital for the night. The company agreed to inves tigate and then informed Mitchell that it had decided to keep the conductor on the job. All of which the Larchmont club thinks la a disgrace and it wants the council to take action. SAYS HE HAS BEEN MADE "FALL GUY" IN SCANDAL Saying he no longer wishes to app«ar as the "fall guy" In the sensational graft insinuations that bave grown out of the auto mobile races, W. M. Hendreau of Portland, Oregon, has made a declaration stating he was drag ged into the somewhat unenvia ble position he now holds through a kindness he extended to a stranger. Covering five sheets of paper, each nearly two feet long, Mr. Hendreu has detailed what pur ports to be a deposition describ ing the manner In which he'un- (By United Press Leased Wire.) EIXENSBURG, Sept. 27.—Hilling here un horseback from his home at Wapato, 50 miles from Kllenshurg, "Old John" llainiily. 80-jrear-old Indian, paid T. W. Garrell, a merchant, $5 and today is free of a seven years' debt. "Old John" had not come to EHensbnrg for seven years, because he did not have the $5 with which to discharge his obligation. MRS. KVALSHAUG DENIED TRIAL Word has been received at the prosecuting attqrney's office that Mrs. Martina Kvalshaug, wife or the man for whose murder Chas. Newcombe is now under sentence of death, and who was accused of complicity in the crime, has been denied the custody of her chil dren by. the court in South Da kota,, where sho is now living. Depositions taken here were the direct cause of this ruling, accord ing to the message. PRISONERS HERE There Is fa* man 3ln | town, J. T. Fnu lkner. by name. It j years of ago, who loves the free air and th«" touch of > nature. , Faulkner Just ( spent iSO days In tho county jail on a charge of i larceny. Whan !he > got ■ out ye« terday , he : went around * to" talk It , over with the bartender*, he was 50 happy to vet Out. Patrolman 801 l carried him to tho patrol and ho *>••♦ '.v .; u a 0 o'clock last night. TACOMA, WASHINGTON,FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1912. CAPTURED IN A BOX GAR Locked in a box car standing on a side track at Centralla, a mau thought to be one of a quar tette of hoboca who held up and robbed Joe Koenig, a laborer, near Roy last evening, is await ing the arrival of a deputy sher iff from Taconia today, while two others of the supposed holdup party are lod — * in the county jail here. Koenlg was walking down the railroad track a mile north of Roy when the four men pounced upon him, administering a severe beating, and took what money he had, amounting to $4.50. Two of the men, J. West and George Fisher, were captured by Deputy Sheriff George Nixon. Fisher had $55 in his possession. The man locked In the box car arrived with a freight train at Centralla this morning. Word had been sent ahead to hold him, the number of the car which he occupied being given. When the train slowed down an agent seal ed the door of the car before the occupant could get out, ordered the car sidetracked, and wired Sheriff I-ongmire. ATTORNEYS BEGIN ARGUING CASE Emphasizing strongly a plea for the dismissal of Blshoy Ed ward J. ODea from the charges, brought against him as one of the defendants in the suit in -which Mrs. Magnuson of Valdez, Alaska, desires a verdict of $40,000 from the bishop and other prominent Nisqually diocese Catholics, for the alleged kidnaping of Mar jories Rieman, her daughter, At torney Gordon today opened his statement to the jury. "It is not what moral obliga tion a man has unknowingly omitted that is to mark him as guilty of such a charge," said At torney Gordon. "Bishop ODea knew nothing of any kidnaping, if there was any, and therefore could not interfere." Attorney Gordon took up the entire morning with his address. Attorney Kelly, counsel for Mrs. Magnuson, will open his ar guments this afternoon. knowingly fell a victim to one of the investigators. He claims he was astounded by He number of automobiles be saw at the races, and that he counted them as they passed over a bridge, making notations in a small memorandum book. Some how an investigator became aware of the existence of his count and asked him for it. A few days later the same man, he says,, ask ed him If he. would make an affi davit as to the correctness of "thW count. Unthinking, he saw "yes-" TWO ASKED TO BE SEPARATED Accusing her husband with having threatened to kill her and : with having charged her with in fidelity, Mrs. Lehora C. Peters has today Sled suit for divorce agalugt Fred S. Peters, an engineer. They were married In PortlunAJ in November, 1911. SUSPECTS. A man ; whose, name the' police department" (ailed' to • get was sal upon ? by . thugs : late » last night ion the corner of i 14th ' and FaclSc i van u e * and } relieved lof $1,40 in cash. James Butler, a shoemak er, «* and 3E. F. Wheeler *. were ar rested this morning, by Officer An. gus. Butler is charged, with the robbery and Wheeler la held tas a suspect. ,■.;,•-, ;...,. ', It i« safe to aajr the Time* fa th« women's ? favorite 3 paper, be cause of Its dally Women* feature* First Woman To Run For State Legislature From This County Favors the Mother's Pension ""I^S^VV '" DB. NENA CROAKE?^^^s^*^ I l>r. Xi-m.-i Croake, the first woman to run for 1 the legislature In tills county,"and likely to be Hie first to sit in the house at Olympia, is going to work for the passage' of- a law pensioning mothers in this stale.'- She in mnking lier campaign largely, on the mothers', pension, which has been advocated by the Tucunip Times during the past week; Mid expects to will. ;,,;.*■ ' '■;-■*! :: '. .'';*''J:-"<'■-' '■•. ,' '.-'■',*■•» ' "I believe people recognUe now it is Important to take care of the mothers and children," .cays Dr. Croake. "It lg better to'pen sion the mothers left with chil dren »o they can fare for them than compel her to go out and work and let them run tne streets to be later taken care of in the criminal courts." Dr. Croake is candidate in the 37th ili.illict. The only woman candidate on either the progres sive, republican -or ■ democratic tickets and her campaign is an DENIED DELAY IN TRIAL ;* Objecting to everything in the way of evidence that looks dam aging to their client's the attor . neys for John Bullock and" C. E. ■Houston, on trial In federal court for coal frauds, this morning cap : ped the climax by asking that the (rial be postponed 30 days to al ■ low- them to | look i over » a wagon ■ load of records, of coal sales. ■ The request was denied..% ■ The government- had piled .up several hundred pounds of daily . reports on coal sales "by their ! companies at,, No.me. Those, re- I ports when gone Into show that J when the government was paying i them $29 tons, under theit alleged i collusive bid coal wag Belling at Nome for an average -of about ' Attorney j McCafferty J first ob jected ito the evidence " k on J the re : parti going ■ In. When ; the ; court i •aid jit , should ■ go, .* then McCaf ■ forty' bobbed \UP j with "#*ai request \ that the case ibe .continued. co ihe j could look over thg records. ;j.f' 'The court thought, since the i records : are those y. made j- by the • defendants "themselves that ; they ware not [ being i taken by, surprise at all and denied the request. H $'!ir-«1 ~~— ''' "' *"**' rr •59%^ ?jt*;«^?ASKS 1 DIVORCE.iI"A'2: • Asking that she be granted the feuttody of their minor child, V. ■ Wayne * Grant, 4 1 years old. J Mrs. i Myrtle ;S. Grant has filed suit to ! 48^ for divorce - from her hus baid. Richard A. Grant, charging ndn-support. The other child, Barton M. Grant, aged 12 years,t who is .with tho father, she Is willing :he shall ' ke.ej:^*^:«fe H;it Tacoma manufacturers sue ' ceed j with '"<j their, present S plans there will be 365 Made-in-Tacoma d«yß.' iJti*^ver3rJyear.'^t*swg^g-w| : The manner; In which the j peo pie; attacked Tacoma-m&de goods yesterday! has inspired ;he Home Trade league Jto J follow the ex ample 'of ? Philadelphia, which, city has a perpetual manufacturers' •ailiUit, eye-opener to the politicians. Every night she is the center of a parlor meeting In the ■ district with men and women present. She is explaining her ideas on mothers' pension, teachers' ser vice pension, abolition of child la bor, protection to men and "wom en wage earners, laws that can be enforced #.gainst the white slave evil and to stop,, the use of tobac co by school children, and against the' billboard nuisance And she is getting the votes. Dr. Croake is no novice in pub lic work. A member, of the W. C. T- U.- state and local organi zations in Califnrn'n before com ing here .she is associated with thfi Eastern Star, Business Wom en's club, George Junior Repub lic, on the board of the Day Nur sery and vice president of the Women Voter.?' Educational asso ciation She Is running on the progres sive ticket and presided over the Bob Hodge meeting yesterday. Chivalry In the 37th will hardly let her be defeated as was In dicated in the primaries when she ran ahead of the ticket. LOOKS LIKE END OF MINE STRIKE (By United Press Lcaaed Wire.) SALT LAKE, Utah, Sept. 27. — That the key to a settlement of differences between the miners and the owners of the copper mines at Ringham ig the recogni tion of the Western Federation of Miners Is the general belief here today. No announcement was made as to the result of the conference yesterday between Goveronr Spry and A. L>. Wilde, business agent of the Steam Shovelmen's' union, but the governor Intimated today that it might have a favorable ef fect on the situation. U.S. MINISTER'S HOUSE ATTACKED (By United Press Leased Wire.) BERNE, Switzerland, Sept. 27. —Screaming "Down with th« United States," 500 .Ha.'lan work men on strike here In sympathy with Joseph Ettor and Arturo Gloyannlttl held In Lawrence. Mass., charged with murder as an outgrowth of the recent textile strike, today attacked the house of the American minister here. The police and soldiers soon dispersed the mob and no serious damage was done. ml. B. Sinclair i 1. W. Welling ton, j both' of whom - have numerous aliases, are >in -> limbo :at I tho county ■ Jmll M under ,; federal » charge lor (!'tm->? BaraonaUng army offloers oiul IBS feosiw thrt-k*. HOME EDITION If jciu iliink the city oiiKlif to upend mure money In 1018 ilimh In 1912 l.i us know about it. Write the Time* brlefl/ jrour views on (In- subject. STRI LAWRENCE, MASS. AGAIN SCENE OF MUCH DISORDER (Uy I nit..l IVest. i. i ->is.-i| Wire.) IjAWRKNCH, Mhhh., Hept. 27 More than 10,000 workers in rolved in Om !■«•«■< in strike In the t.viil.' mills hero went out u«iU/ and npiHouh ills.h.i.ts occured in several port* of the city. lien BoMllllW, tiller fiiKiin•• ■•• nt Hi.- mills of Wllllhiii M. Wood, Ik-ihl of the woolen trust, ihih lm<ll v beaten liy strikers when In- r«* fus.-.i to Nluit off the mill machinery upon tlio < hllii. k of the walkout. Two iiio.is.'imi «,|..-i:iriM■-, left tbeein »ui|<i.i,.i.) X|pm| 'euo|« >mvi »■ plant. «'lnsii,-s between the striken uiul tho workers sent to take (heir plii. i-s are of hourly occurrence. Three persons are already in |ail for participating In riots. The Htrike WM called in opposition to the wishes of the Industrial Workers of the World leaders here. I !■«■•' CJenernl Ktrike. Two thousand of the worker! quit last night and 8.000 thli morning. The strikers partici pated in a long parade today urg ing a general strike all along the line of inarch by ghrill cries and the display of banners. leneral Organizer Yates of the istrial Workers of the World an-ii this morning that at a -■ meeting this evening the ters will be strongly urged to m to work. It These meet fail of their purpose, a mon gatherlng will be held tonight the question put to a vote, alked in the endeavor to se- Btrike-breakera in sufficient ibers to continue ongratlont the Wood mills closed down this afternoon. Many signs of "clos ed indefinitely" were placed about the plant. Unless the situation changes the Washington mill will close tomorrow. HEDGES NAMED BY G. 0. P.'S SARATOGA, N. V., Sept. 27.— Job Hedges was this afternoon nominated for goveruon on the republican ticket after three bal lots were taken. When the third ballot was com pleted a rush was made to change votes. Chairman Brackett first ruled that the changing was ille gal and called for another ballot, but on a point of order being called, he reversed himself and declared Hedges nominated. Before the result was announc d a motion to male the nomina tion unanimous carried. SARATOGA, N. T., Sept. 27.— With JoU Hedges leading the first ballot In the state convention here for governor resulted In no choice. The second ballot stood: Hedges, 375; James Wads worth, 268; William Bennett, 156. The rest of the votes were scat tering. TRIES TO KILL ENTIRE FAMILY NtfW YORK, Sept. 27. —Be- cause Mrs. Anthony Debs served her husband, a policeman who ar rested Harry K. Thaw after the sensational murder of Stanford White, with a summons from the domestic relations court here, Mrs. Debs and her two little daughters are seriously wounded today, while Debs is dead from a self inflicted wound. The Times Goes Home! t Step into any one of the nine out of ten botnes in Taeoraa any evening and you will find j some j member of the family ; reading * fIH Times. Because it is a HOMK newsjiaper that in delivered carried} I directly into ,bo homes each 1 copy is read sby »n average Jo*. «hr»'*»«pi|| l sons, making; ; it% the moat i valuable advertising n>«dluni tla IWoiua. World news, store news, want news is eas«r'r read a^aWANT. rADS-in,rnie,Tim«ff &re\W&WE> J&D& la HOMSsSiwUlf jthem'tor'prom^uSfl.tJiem'fo^reauns/VVC-^'* S URffi^S ■»&&&&& 30 CENTS A MONTH. BANK ROBBER IS NABBED IK SI. 10UIS < liy United Press Leased Wire.) ST. LOUIS. Mo., Sept. 17. -Z Walter Stacey, suspected of com plicity In the $271,000 robbery; of the branch bank of Montreal at New Westminster, B. C, Is un der arrest here today. The po lice believe ha la one of the two men who escaped from Lieut. Burns of the Chicago police last week. Btacey was arrested hero several days ago and his Identity; bidden behind a charge of mur der. The police admitted today they found a suit case filled with money In Staoey's room, bat they, will not state the amount, A woman known as "Mrs. Haene," who lived here as Stacey's wife .disappeared- when their room was searched. Pink erton detectives followed her to Edwardsvllle. Illinois, where aho wag arrested In the company ot another man, whom she had evi dently met by appointment. Canadian money passed be tween the suspects furnished the detectives with their first clew. A good description of the trio wag secured and .the arrest Of Stacey followed. The name of the second man .arrested at Kd wardsvllle Is not known here. ' Stacey was Identified by the Bertillon system as one of the men who escaped from Chicago. He fits the police description of a yeggman named West with a long record of bank robberies and) safe cracking. TOO BUSY SAYS J. P. MORGAN (liy United Press Leased Wire.)] WASHINGTON, D. 0., Sept. 2T. —Pleading Important business engagements, J. Pierpont Morgan, the world's greatest trust organis er, summoned to appear before the senate campaign contributions committee Investigating eontribu ticms next Monday, asked the committee today to postpone the date of hla appearance to n«jrt Friday. As Colonel Theodore Roosevelt Is to testify on this] date Morgan's request ooold not be granted. It la probable, how ever, that the financier will be ex. cussed until next Saturday.