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SPOKANE ...000 0 0 x x x x 0 x x VANCOUVER -- 0 0 1 0 0 x x x x / x x THE SPOKANE ONE CENT A COPY. ON TRAINS FIVE CENTS. CANUCKS 1, INDIANS 0, IN FIFTH BATTERIES FOR TOOArS GAME: SPOKANE—KILLILAY AND OSTDIEK VANCOUVER—ERICKSON AND SUGDEN SPOKANE VANCOUVER GAME COMMENCED TO DAY AT 4 O'CLOCK, AND WAS NOT FIN INSHED WHEN "THE PINK" WENT TO PRESS. FIRST INNING. Spokane 0 Vancouver 0 Spokane-Davis laid down a beautiful bunt which Frlckson could not bundle. He attempted to steal second, but was thrown out. Cooney hit a fast one to Streib, but was an easy out. Cartwright was hit by a pitched ball. Carty went to second on a passed ball, but Kip pert knocked a grounder to Scharn weber. No runs. Vancouver- Swain bunted down the third base line and beat it OUt, Breen laid down a nice sacrifice. Strieb was given a pass. Flana gan bit a high one to Kippert. Uliss threw to second to catch Swain, but Cooney missed the throw, the ball rolling into center field. Swain and Streib moved to second and third. Jatttea hit a last one past third, but Frary called it foul. James struck out. No runs. SECOND INNING. Spokane 0 Vancouver 0 Spokane—Nordyke hit a ground er to Breen and was thrown out; Weed hit a beauty to tbe left field fence for two sacks. Netzel was given a pass. Ostdiek put up a high fly which Sugden grabbed; Killilay hit a long fly to right, but Swain made a beautiful catch. No runs. Vancouver—Capron was hit in the kidneys by a fast Inshoot and ' was laid out for v couple of mitt- i utes and Streib ran lor him. J Scharnweber laid down a beautiful bunt. Sugden Hew out to center. Kricksou bit a fast one to Nordyke, but was an easy out. No runs. THIRD INNING. Spokane 0 Vancouver 0 CHICAGO YOUNG WOMEN OFFICIAL HOUSEKEEPERS BY DOROTHY DALE. CHICAGO, May 14 —When n Chi cago judge wavers between sending a woman to the workhouse or giv ing her another chance he turns for advice lo a slender, brown-eyed young woman who has absolutely nothing to do with courts or court work. The Judge doesn't always kntrw be Is turning to her, for it's family done on paper. Yet in the end his decision depends on hers. The .young woman Is Miss Mar garet .Blank, 1222 Jackson boule vard.- Bhe Is an official visiting housekeeper. When the Judge's let ter nsking for information is re ceived at any of the charitable or- PATRONS CONSIDERATE RUT IT'S HARD WORK Iw** ' By Para Dalton. T YOU want to know something of the real life of a waitress you should talk to some of the girls who have spent weeks, months and even years of their life catering to the hungry public who frequent the restaurants. "The life of a waitress isn't what It might be," said one of the girls who has for several years waited tables in a number of local restau rants and bakeries. "It is certainly a life of slavery if ever there was one. The average day's work of the wuitress is ten house; that Is. wo have 15 hours in which to work. We are on our Spokane—Davis was given a pas; Cooney sac tit iced him to second; Cartwright hit a high one to Flan agan; Davis went to third on an other passed ball by Sugden; Kip pert flew out to Capron, No runs. Vancouver—Swain hit to the right fence for three bases. He was given a great ovation. Breen hit a high fly to Kippert und Swain beat the throw to the plate. Streib hit a fast one to Nordyke, but Nor dyke recovered In time to toss the ball to Killilay for the put out. Flanagan flew out to center. One run. FOURTH INNING. Spokane 0 Vancouver t 0 Spokane—Nordyke hit a high one to Swain. Weed struck out. Netzel was hit by a pitched ball. Ostdiek tried to steal second but was thrown out by Sugden to Boharnweber, No runs. Vancouver —.lames was given a base on balls. Capron was also passed. Killilay made a balk and both runner! moved up a base. Scharnweber put up a high foul fly, alul Ostdiek made a beautiful catch. Sugden bit a fast one at Davis and was an easy out. Brick son hit an easy grounder to the pitcher. No runs. FIFTH INNING. Spokane 0 Vancouver 0 Spokane—Ostdiek grounded to .lames. Killilay hit a high fly to Swain. Davis hit a fast one past second. Davis attempted to steal second, but old Joe nailed m. No runs. Vancouver—Swaln made his third successive hit by putting a fast grounder past first, but was thrown out on an attempted steal. Breen bit a liner at Killilay. Streib grounded to Cartwright. No runs. Sanitations' it Is given to Miss Blank. She visits the woman, and If she believes she can handle tbe unfortunate one and teach her how to take nn interest in her home, if it's only one room, the one more chance is granted. The visiting housekeeper depart ment was added to tbe United Char ities organisation a year ago. It was found that chewing meals off a bard loaf and going without them most of the time because the money she left went for pop and sodas In stead of something more solid, wasn't h bit successful. It made (Continued on page 7.) feet constantly, for even when we are hot serving we are not allowed to sit down, but must keep busy brushing around or arranging ta bles. It is tbe same monotonous routine day in and day out for sev en days In the week with little or no recreation. "We have to eat our meals on our own time." continued the girl, "or work overtime for the minutes spent at eating, and we are never allowed to take a piece or drink a cui> of coffee between time* while on duty. "Are we allowed to eat whatever we want? (Continued on Page 2.) IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Philadelphia— R. H. E. Chicago 1 2 2 Philadelphia 6 11 1 Batteries—Smith and Payne. Coombs and Lapp. At Washington— R. H. E. Cleveland 1 7 0 Washington 3 7 2 Batteries — Falkenberg and Clark; Reisling and Street. At Boston— R. H. E. Detroit 4 7 0 Boston 11 16 1 Pernol, Stroud and Stan age; Karger and Carrigan. At New York— R. 11. E. St. Louis 3 7 4 New York i> 7 2 Batteries—Lake and Killifer; Ford and Sweeney. NATIONAL LEAGUE At Pittsburg— R. H. E. Philadelphia 4 6 0 Pittsburg 7 12 1 Hatteries —Shettler and Doom; Leever and Gibson. At St. Louis— R. 11. E. New York 2 7 3 St. Louis 4 9 1 Batteries—Wiltse and .Meyers; Willis and Phelps. At Chicago— R. H. E. Boston 3 4 3 Chicago 4 8 2 Batteries —Brown, l'arsons and Graham; Raridon, Cole and Archer. At Cincinnati— R. 11. K. Brooklyn 2 6 I Cincinnati 3 8 0 Batteries —Ccanlon and Krwiu; Fromme, Casper and McLean. KERBY FIRED OUT OF JOB BUT- THE JOLT HE HANDED THE BALLINGER CROWD IS STILL MAKING THEM SQUIRM—EV ERYBODY, INCLUDING TAFT, • EXPLAINS. (By United Prea* Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, Mny 16—Freder ick M. Kerby, stenographer In the interior department, was dismissed frOm the government service today in a special delivery letter sent to his home and signed by Secretary Ballinger. The letter stated that he was dismissed because he was "un worthy to remain in the service." Tho dismissal of Kerby is mother of the ■eniattoni which has devel oped In the Ballinger case in the last three days. Saturday Kerby made public a statement in which hi' told of the preparation by Assistant Attorney Genera! l.awler of memoranda which he said formed the basis of Taft's letter exonerating Ballinger, Following this Wickersham sent a copy of the l.uwler memorandum to the investigating committee and later the president took the center of the stage by issuing h letter of explanation saying that he had or dered Lawler to frame the letter, known as the memorandum, and told him to write as If he were president." The "prosecution" in the Ballin ger Investigation today is trying to figure out Just why the l.awler draft was not sent to the senate when that body called for "all doc uments" In the llalliuger coutro versy, or why It whk not produced In answer to score of specific re quests made by the attorney's for the "prosecution." "THE PINK" Baseball Extra SPOKANE, WASHINGTON, MONDAY, MAY 16, 1910. Check and Letter Kling Sent Commission Paying His Fine Chio*3o, 111., April 2€th, 1910. 1 Mr. John E. Bruoe, • seorete'ry, national CoeblsbJos, i T • Cinolntati, Ohio. | Pear Sir:- j Enoloacd please flag ay check far #700.00 In j payment of the three fines }ispos44 upon a* fey the lational Cosniasion. Rospeetfully, Here Is the letter Johnny Kling sent to John E. Bruce, secretary of the national commission, and the check he inclosed for $700, the amount of the player's fine by the DR. HYDE IS GUILTY (By United Press Leased Wire) KANSAS CITY, May 16. —Dr. B. 0. Hyde today was convicted of murder in the first degree and was given a life term in the penitentiary for having killed Colonel Thomas H. Swope, the Kan sas City millionaire. The conviction and sen tence of the young and pop ular physician comes as a climax to one of the most sensational murder trials in the history of Missouri. •THEATER FOR TACOMA. TACOMA. May 16—Walter Hoff Seeley, general representative of the William Morris theatrical en terprise, is due in Tacoma today to inspect the plans for a $100,000 playhouse, which It Is said that cap italists will erect as a home for the Morris attractions. THE HUNTING SEASON NOW Home hunting time. If you have v vacant house or room, let a Press ad find you a tenaut. Costs little. SPOKANE IS INTERESTED IN TACOMA—READ WHY HERE Right now, while Spokane Is con • idering the nonpartisan commis sion plan of municipal government, The Press wants to call the atten tion of citizens to what has just happened in Tacoma, where the commission form is now in effect. Because what has Just happened in Tacoma la good for that "what s the use" fueling which affects us all at one time or another In our fight to better conditions against commission. The fine is the largest ever assessed against a ball player since the national commission be came baseball's court of last resort, and Kling made the money by ap pearing in vaudeville in Chicago. The jury which brought in the verdict had been out since last Friday night. For a time it appeared likely that the jury would not agree and that Judge Lat shaw would declare a mis trial. Hyde Unmoved. The defendant, his wife and his sisters were In court by tbe time the Jury filed In. Dr. Hyde was 'composed and calm and apparently unmoved as the verdict of "guilty of murder In the first degree" was read. C (Continued on Page 2.) TALE OF WOE LONG A3 HALLEY'S COMET. One of the property owners who have been assessed In the Mansfield avenue sewer, was at The Press office this morn ios with a tale of woe that best even the tail of llalley's co me I He claims that a num ber of other property owners have the same grievance to unfold, that they are being assessed nearly the full value of their property. They de nounce the assessment as a steMl pure and simple. , what often appears to be an uncon-, i querahle opposition. In Tacuma, let [It be understood, the apparently un | conquerable has been conquered— whipped to a standstill —even beaten to a frazzle. The opposition in Oil* instance wa« an at.ogaut. powerful traction concern which monopolized the street*, gave such street car Bervice |as It thought sufficient, cburged [sudi i.ites as it deemed necessury THE SPOKANE "GOODBYE, I'M GOING AWAY" WOMAN SLIPS CHAIN AND WATCH ON SLEEPING BABY'S NECK AND DISAPPEARS. Two sad hearts are beating to gether in mutual sympathy; two pairs of tear-dlmmed eyes are look ing out from a home left cheerless, feverishly watching; a father and his little son are perhaps sitting in silent embrace, out at E538 Rock well avenue, waiting and wonder ing why and where "mamma" has, gone. Mrs. Lelia Marquette has abandoned her husband, baby and home. When Baby Marquette, with his fat little fist, rubbed open hia sleepy eyes and tossed back his silken curls this morning he found a brand new plaything about his neck. It was a long golden chain and his mother's watch. Just over on the table there lay a note ad dressed to his papa. "Goodbye. I am going away," was all it said. The police are looking for Leila Marquette today, but no one knows where she baa gone. She arose some time in the night, while her child and husband slumbered, hastily wrote the note to her hus band, slipped the long loop of her watch chain over tb» little one's head, laid the little watch the baby had always loved upon bis breast; perhaps tenderly kissed him, and then crept out into the darkness and disappeared. Mrs. Marquette was a fair young woman, aged 24 years, height five feet three inches, weighed about 100 pounds, and was of slender build and feature. A woman an swering her description appeared shortly after midnight at the Great Northern depot and bought a ticket for Tacoma, and that Is all that is known as to what became of her. Mr. Marquette has been away working for several weeks, until last Saturday. Each time he drew (Continued on Page 2.) 300 PEOPLE WATCH BRAVE BROTHER AND SISTER DROWN VANCOUVER, B, C, May 16.— The bodies of Thomas Tement, who was drowned in an unavailing ef fort to save his sister in the swirl ing waters of Capllano canyon last night, and the body of the sister, have not been recovered today. The recovery will be a very difficult task. Three hundred people saw Te ment go to the rescue of his sister, and finally throw up his bands and disappear himself beneath the wa ters. Halley's old comet will not be visible tomorrow before sunrise, be cause it lies below the horizon in the east. The tail may be seen above the horizon in the east. Sun rises at 4:38. Ito pay interest on watered stock, ran down pedestrians when they ! got in front of Its fenderless cars and In various and divers other ways tratnpel upon old o. P. I And 0. P., in his way, fought hack. He swore, protested, tore his hair and then he said "What's the , use?" Just then the traction trust came through with another choice jolt In vCoutlnued on page 8) EIGHTH YEAR. No. 176. 25 CENTS A MONTH. RICKARD REFEREE SAN FRANCISCO, May 16.— Tex Rickard will referee the Jef fries-Johnson fight. After a long squabble, the Nevada promoter was agreed upon this afternoon by John son and Berger at the Seal Rock house conference during which Jeffries' manager and the champion were on the point of coming to blows. Berger opened the conference by submitting bis original list of Ed die Smith, Charlie Eyton, PhU Wand and Charlie White. John son submitted the names of Eddie Graney and Welch. Each side en tered the same objections made at the first conference and then started a wearisome threshing out of the whole question. It seemed that the deadlock would remain un- SEATTLE WINS BATTERIES — FOR TACOMA, SCHMUTZ AND BLISS; FOR SE ATTLE, THOMPSON AND SHEA. FIRST INNING. Tacoma 0 Seattle 2 Tacoma —Rockenfield flies to Adams; Mott fans; Bassey hits safe to first and goes out stealing second. No runs. Seattle —Raymond out, Roeken tield to Mott; Adams knocks out a home run; Bennett walks; Lyuch out. Rockenfield to Mott; Frisk walks; Akin singles, scoring Ben nett; Dretchko flies to Bliss. Two runs. SECOND INNING. Tacoma | Seattle 0 Tacoma — Hartman flies to Dretchko; Stevens singles; Jansing hits; Coleman knocks a home run, driving Stevens and Jansing ahead of him; Bliss fans; Schmulz flies to Frisk. Three runs. Seattle—Shea fans; Thompson out; Raymond makes first safe, but goes out trying to steal second. No runs. THIRD INNING. Tacoma 0 Seattle 1 Tacoma — Rockenfield singles; Thompson throws the hall away on Mott's grounder and beats it out, with Rockenfield safe on third. Bassey fans; Rockenfield out, Stealing home; Hartman fans. No runs. Seattle —Adams grounds safe to first, and steals second; Bennett out, Jansing to Mott; Adams scores on Lynch's bit; Frisk out, Rocken field to Mott; Akin out, Jansing to Mott. One run. FOURTH INNING. Tacoma 1 Seattle 0 Tacoma—Stevens singles and steals second; Jansing sacrifices; Stevens scores on a passed ball; Coleman fans; Bliss out, Raymond to Adams. One run. Seattle —Dretchko fans; Shea singles; Thompson ditto; Ray mond follows suit and fills the bases. Gaddy replaces Schmutz. Adams fans; Bennett ditto. No runs. FIFTH INNING. Tacoma 0 Seattle 6 Tacoma —Gaddy out, Thompson to Adams; Rockenfield flies to Akin; Mott fans. No runs. Seattle —Lynch biffs out a home run; Bliss drops the ball on Frisk's third strike, throws it wild to first and Frisk makes third; Aklu singles, scoring Frisk. John ston goes in for Dretchko. Johu- broken, when Johnson sprung a surprise by suggesting Rickard. Berger declared that in his opin ion Rickard was not competent to act as referee, never having been the third man in the ring. Johnson insisted that Rickard would satisfy him, that he believed him to be competent and knew him to be hon est. Berger continued to demur, but suddenly jumped out of his seat and shouted: "Will Rickard referee?" Rickard hesitated a moment and then slowly said: "Yes, I'll take the Job If you can not agree on any one else." "AH right," said Berger, "you'll do for us." "And he suits me," said John ston, the golden smile expanding to its fullest width. ston out, Rockenfield to Mott; Shea bunts to Gaddy who tries too late to catch Akin at third and both runners are safe; Thompson bunts to Mott, who throws high to home, allowing Akin to score and Shea to reach third. Thompson safe on first; Raymond singles, scoring Shea; Adams flies to Stev ens; Bennett hits for two bases, scoring Thompson; Raymond out, stealing home. Five runs. SIXTH INNING. Tacoma —. 0 Seattle 0 Tacoma —Bassey flies to Shea; Hartman flies to Raymond; Stev ens flies to Johnston. No runs. Seattle —Lynch flies to Bassey; Frisk out, Gaddy to Mott; Akin flies to Stevens. No runs. SEVENTH INNING. Tacoma 0 Seattle 0 Tacoma—Jansing safe on Akin's error; Coleman singles, Jansing be ing caught out at third on the play; Bliss fans; Gaddy hits, advancing Coleman to third; Rockenfield flies to Frisk. No runs. Seattle—Johnston out, Jansing to Mott; Shea walks; Thompson files to Rockey; Raymond forces Shea at second. No runs. EIGHTH INNING. Tacoma \ Seattle 2 Tacoma —Mott singles; Bassey and Mott safe on'Bennett's error; Hartman hits, scoring Mott; Stev ens flies to Lynch; Jansing out, Thompson to Adams; Coleman out. Akin to Adams. One run. Seattle —Adams singles and steals second an dthird; Bennett fans; Lynch hits for two bases scoring Adams; Frisk hits a short one to Gaddy, who threw it to third, allowing Frisk to make first; Lynch goes to third; Akin fliea to Jansiug; Lynch scores on the play; Frisk steals second and Johnston tans. Two Runs. NINTH INNING. Tacoma I Tacoma—Bliss hits; (Guerney bats for Gaddy) Guerney fans; Rockenfield hlta to right; FVlak fumbles; Bits'* scores and Rocken field goes to third; Mott out to Adams; Bassey fans. One run. The score: R U E. Tacoma 6 11 3 Seattle 10 14 4 "SCABS" JOIN UNION It was reported late this after noon that all ef the "scab" waltere working at the Rocksway restau rant had left and joined the waiters* union.