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SPOKANE --- 0 1 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 5 5 3 TACOMA - - - - 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 6*2 THE SPOKANE CENT A COPY. ON TRAINS FIVE CENTS. SPOKANE 5; TACOMA 2 RTAN, BONNER AND BROOKS ANNiS, SCHMUTZ AND BYRNES FIRST INNING. Tacoma 0 Bpokane o Tacoma—Bassey out to Cooney. Vfcrtt our, Cartwright to Nordyke. Rockenfield drove a liner to Netzel. Spokane- Netzel out, Coleinun to Mott. Cooney grounded out, Jan sing to Mott. Weed out, Rocken- SECOND INNING. Tacoma 0 Spokane 1 field to Mott. Tacoma- Stevens out to Weed. Pournier out, Cartwright to Nor dyke. Jansing hit to left field. Coleman singled to right, and went to second while Jansing passed on to third on Weed's error. Byrnes out, Cooney to Nordyke. Spokane Keener drew a pass and was sacrificed to second by Da vis. Advanced to third and finally scored on a series of wild pitches. Nordyke walked and was out try ing to steal second. Cartwright THIRD INNING. Tncomn 2 Bpokane 0 ■truck out. Tacoma—-Annis safe <>n Cart wright's error. Sacrificed to sec end by Bassey. Moit out, Cart wright to Nordyke. Rockenfield singled to center, scoring Aunis. Btole second base, and Bcored when Stevens singled to center, Stevens retired enroute to second on a play thai was made Keener to Ryan to Cooney. Spokane— Brooks safe on Cole man's fumble. Ryan struck out Netzel OUI to Stevens Brooks re tired, Byrnes (o Coleman, trying to steal second. FOURTH INNING. Tacoma 0 Spokane r 3 Tacoma Pournier opened with a double to right field, which was ticketed lor a triple, but he was held at second by Cooney's pre tense of having caught the thrown from the field Jansing out, Netzel to Nordyke Foui'liier retired at tin- plate, Cooney to Brooks, on Coleman's grounder. Byrnes hit by pitched ball Coleman safe on third on Not/el's error. Ryan was taken out at this lime and Don ncr was substituted. Annis struck out. Spokane Cooney singled to left center, but was retired at Second on Wei'd's attempted sacrifice. Keener hit by pitched ball and he and Weed both scored when Davis doubled to center field. Annis was taken from the game at this point, Schmutz replacing him. Nordyke got a smashing sin gle through shortstop, scoring Da vis. Cartwright popped up a fly to Coleman. Nordyke was retired at second, Byrnes to Rockenfield, try llg to steal. FIFTH INNING. Tacoma 0 Spokane 0 *'#eoniH- Bassev out, Cooney to Nordyke, Moil out, Cartwright to Nordyke Rockenfield out to Weed. Spokane —Brooks singled to left field Bonner struck out, Netzel grounded to Coleman, who threw Brooks out at second. Cooney out to Stevens. WHAT WILL ROOSEVELT DO? HE MAY GOME OUT WEST BY GILSON GARDNER. LONDON', .lime a. I will devote this letter to telling What I think T. R, will do when lie gels home. This Is what 1 think: l think that Roosevelt's Interview ... with Difford Plncbot and his prom las to speak for conservation ol na tlonili resources some time during the slimmer is significant. I find significance in the faci that Roosevelt haH denounced as fakes hit published stgtementi to the ef i.. • Unit he has endorsed the tariff SIXTH INNING. Tacoma 0 Spokane 0 Tacoma —Stevens skied out to Keener. Kournier retired, Bonner to Nordyke. Jansing out, Cooney to Nordyke. Spokane—Weed out, Jansing to Mott. Keener out, Rockenfield to Mott. Davis hammered out out to Coleman. SEVENTH INNING. Tacoma 0 Spokane 0 Tacoma—Coleman wolked. Byrnes fouled out to Netzel. Schmutz bunted to Bonner, who relayed the ball to Cooney, retiring Coleman. Cooney relayed the ball to first, re tiring Schmutz. Spokane—Nordyke out, Rocken field to Mott. Cartwright walked. Brooks out, Jansing to Mott. Bon ner grounded out to Mott. EIGHTH INNING. Tacoma 0 Spokane l lacoma - Bassey struck out, Mott walked. Rockenfield fouled out to Davis. Stevens retired, Cooney to Nordyke. Spokane—Netzel out to Bassey. Cooney singled to right field and stole second. Weed hit by pitcher Keener grounded to Rockenfle|d, who threw Wed out at second. Mall relayed back to Mott, hut throw was bad and Keener w as safe, while Cooney scored. Davis out to Rockenfield, NINTH INNING. Tacoma 0 MAN AND GIRL ARE DROWNED (By United Press Leased Wire) SKATTDK. June 17 —Albert Nee dles, aged 80, an attorney of Tono pah, Nev„ and former baseball palyer of Berkeley, Cal. and Blanche Gorman, a 14-year-old girl. were drowned in Swan lake. 15 miles southeast of Seattle, yester day afternoon. News of the drown ing reached here today. A shepherd dog capsized the boat in WhiC hthey were riding. The bodies have not yet been recovered. Needles was on his way to tin' Iditarod. He stopped off at Seat tle to visit the families of Richard Gorman and John Monohan at Orlllia. NEWTON RELEASED Released on r bund of |5000, Prank Newton, held as an accessory to the murder of .lames Boone, will ii iurn to Spokane Julj 19 for bis preliminary hearing before Justice Hyde. NeWton secured the bond by pledging h's farm, and with his wit,' left last night for tils home near Sprague, BUTTE, Mont.—Edwsrd Gould, lineman, received 50,000 volts of electricity through the inadvertant waving of a screwdriver. Death oc curred shortly after. It was Gould's wedding eve, his liance being Miss Bella Holt of Spokane, who had just i arrived in Butte. bill hi Tan administration, and ban denied emphatically all reports that be has promised to support the reg ular republican ticket this fall, i find significance fn the fact thai he has chosen Kansas as the first | place in which to dwlivor n sot pub lic speech, and Victor Murdoch as the man to introduce him on that occasion. i Hud significance In the fact that Reveridge has been Invited to visit him at Oyster Hay. Also in the fact that T II add- d .1 his Barbonne speech a paragraph 1 1 making clear his Attitude on Hie IN THE MAJOR LEAGUES NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Philadelphia— R. if. E. Cincinnati 3 ti 3 Philadelphia 7 6 l Batteries —Burns and McLean; Stack and Moran. At Boston—St. Louis-Boston game postponed; rain. At New York— R. H. E. Pittsburg t> 7 0 New York 3 10 4 Batteries —Adams and Gibson; Drucke, Raymond, White and Mey ers. At Brooklyn— R. H. E. Chicago 1 0 3 Brooklyn 0 it 2 Batteries —Pfelster, Brown and Kling; Rucker and Bergen (13 In nings.) AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Detroit— R. H. K. Boston 4 4 8 Detroit 1 6 2 Batteries —Collins and Kleinow; Willetts and Stnnage. At Cleveland— R. 11. E. New York 6 17 3 Cleveland 7 !» 3 Batteries —Warhop, Link, Man ning and .Mitchell; Berger and Easterly. GILLETT IS STILL FIRM (By United Press Leased Wire.) SAN FRANCISCO, June 17—"We , have had enough of prize fights and i prize fight promoters," said Gover- j j nor Gillett today, commenting on i his action in calling out the militia Ito prevent the l.atigford-Kaiifnian battle tomorrow. "They have been breaking the law long enough and we will have no more of it. "When they lick the state of Cali fornia they can go ahead and lick ■ each other, but not before. 1 don't | care what they do or what they say; the law is not to he broken \ again in California. We will stop the fight tomorrow and every other i one. "There will he no more of it." KNOX MAY RUN FOR GOVERNOR (By United Press Leased Wire) WASHINGTON, June 17.—Secre tary of State Pbttander C. Knox may retire from President Tuffs cabinet to become the republican candidate for governor of Pennsyl vania, according to a well authen ticated rumor here today. The sec retary returned from Philadelphia last evening, where It is said he dis cussed the coming campaign and the possibility of his accepting the republican nomination. This. It is said, lias already been offered him, Knox conferred With Senator Penrose In Philadelphia, subject of properly and persona] rights. I find significance in what T. H. says: in what he does not say: and finally in What lie does. From all these sources I gather that he has not indorsed ihe Taft administra tion; that lie does not propose to endorse the Taft administration; that he still Is what he always was, a progressive, and I hat his great In fluence will be felt in behalf of pro gressive policies and men. That is what 1 think. T It has lived up to his promise. Continued on Page Eight. 1 "THE PINK" Baseball Extra SPOKANE, WASHINGTON. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1910. INJURY TO PITCHING ARM PROBABLY PUT END TO "IRON MAN'S" CAREER JOK M GiNNITY, THE ONE TIME INVINCIBLE. There have been any number of so-called "iron men" in baseball, but Joe McGinnity is the best known of them all. McGinntty had a habit of pitching double-headers and winning them in a manner that made it look easy. It now appears that McOinnity's day as an effective pitcher is over. The old-time star is part owner of the Newark club in the Eastern league, and the going hasn't been easy for him for some time, but an accident to his pitching arm several days ago probably lias put him out of the game for good. Of course, the NewarK fans are worried, be cause McGinnity was one of the club's mainstays in the box. McGinntty made his greatest rec ord as a member of the New York Giants in 1908, when they won the pennant in the National league and then toyed with the Athletics, cop ping the title of world's champions. In this season McGinnity pitched 46 games, and his percentage of vie NEW YORK ON TIP- TOE DISTANCES TRAVELED BY ROOSEVELT. From New York to Mombasa 9,300 Miles While on the hunt (estimated)... 6.000 Miles Down the Nile 4,000 Miles From Alexandria to Naples 1.020 Miles In Europe 5,313 Miles From Southampton to New York 2,800 Miles Total 28,433 Miles HOW HE TRAVELED. By boat 17,120 Miles By rail 5.613 Miles On horseback 4.300 Miles On foot 1,3775 Miles On camel 25 Miles ABOARD STEAMSHIP KAISK KIN AUGUSTS VICTORIA, June 17 The Kaiserin at noon today wan within tno miles of Ambrose channel light and with the present sohedule maintained will arrive at New York in good time for tli c "welcome home" of Theodore Roosevelt, The weather was thick today and Be sea somewhat rough. TAFT WON'T BE THERE. (By United Press Leased Wirel WASHINGTON, June 17. —The Capitol and many of the govern incut buildings were deserted be | cause of the general exodua Of of ' tlctall to New Yolk to welcome Theodore Roosevelt, who returns home tomorrow. President Taft will not be among Ihe officials present in New York i tomorrow when Roosevelt arrives, Taft will speak at the Uncoltl nnl verslt) at Villa Novg, Perm., tomor row and receive a degree. BRYAN RCMAINS AT HEAD OF PULLMAN PULLMAN,. Wash.,. June 17.— President Bryan will remain at the head <it Washington state college. He made this positive statement . this morning. lti>an formally resigned the fust [of the week Yesterday at their final session of the year, the board of regents refused to accept resignation, and urged the presi-: tieni i o taste, I wet cod a leave ol absence or vacntlou which would allow both be and Mrs, Bryan Mi I regain lh< Ir Uealth. ! tories was ,"iS:i. In the games of . the world's championship he pitched , in two and won one of them, Ames relieving him in the second contest In which' he started. McGraw re ' leased-Hie "Iron Man" in the spring of lS)f>9< and McGinnity purchased an Interest in the Newark team. East JSar McGinnity landed his team |ri second place and he pitched I Some'good ball during the season. I This year he had a hard time get ting staffed, and then met with the accident to his pitching arm. CAPT HANI RI'SP.R OF THE HTBAMSIiIP KAISKKIX AT OUITK VICTORIA. WASHING TON.— f\ Buttreas-iry will be establi .'ied In Los Anijeles, the senate having passed the bill tor it. j THE SPOKANE J^H^^ FAVORITISM SHOWN BY POLICE Notorious Way in Which Colored House Is Run. Marie Taylor. colored, 334,,2 Front avenue, through the power of the police department, has the only colored resort for white men in Spo kane. Marie succeeded to the busi ness through the purchase of the belongings of the late Josie Tripp, who is possibly remembered by Chief Sullivan. Marie, it will be remembered, was reported to Mayor Pratt and Chief Sullivan last summer by the colored preacher. Rev. J. Gordon McPher son. She was not molested, but her manager, Ollie Williams, was sent to Walla Walla for living off her earnings. Chief Sullivan was indig nant because the preacher had re ported the case to the mayor. The preacher and Williams were friends, and when the police got through with the pair Williams was in Walla Walla and Mcßherson had 'no more pulpit than a rabbit." Marie' Taylor was obedient to the police and on her evidence Ollie Williams was convicted. But Marie's Continued on Page Seven. MILITIA TO PREVENT FIGHT (By United Press Leased Wire) SACRAMENTO, June 17. —Gov- ernor Gillett ordered Adjutant Gen eral Lauck to have two companies of militia in San Francisco to pre vent a prize fight between Kauf man an d Langford tomorrow. The governor's order dated San Francisco, follows: ''Adjutant General Laluck, Sac ramento—Make necessary arrange ments at once to have two com panies of militia in San Francisco at 2 p. m. to prevent a prize fight between Kaufman and Langford if police of city do not interfere." WEALTHY RANCHER MISSING (By United Press Leased Wire) KENT, Wash . June 17.— H. R. Fiilsom. a wealthy rancher of Kent, lias been missing for over a week. His family tears that he has beet) murdered for his money lie left here for Mount Vernon with 60 bead of eaitle June C. Re was last s, , n there on the night of June !t. in n saloon with two strangers. At that time he had a large sum of money with him. Shopper—] want to get a hag to give an actress friend of mine to Carry her jewels lii when traveling. Shopman- Will an ordinary dress suit case he large enough? SULLIVAN AND GAMBLING When all the facts connected with the operation of gambling Joints and houses of ill repute In Spokane are brought to the surface, conditions will be revealed that will startle even the man accus tomed to the harder side of life. It was for the investigation of these conditions that a grand juiy was demanded from the superior court judges. It was for the suppression of such an mvvestigation that powerful Influences were used to forestall it. Such an investigation will reveal graft and police protection of evil that is startling, and show a degeneracy on the part of the police department that was never equalled In the palmy days of wide ope n Spokane. The average citizen that looks with leniency on a poker game will rebel against the idea Of hav ing first to see the police before starting a game. If poker is to be permitted, give all a fair shake. It ought not to be necessary to consult the police as to whether a woman can open a resort. If those institutions are to be permitted, give all applicants an equal show. The fact that one woman has $500 or another $5000 should not cut any figure with the polict. Neither ought the pcMoe to say whether a resort shall charge $2 or $3, as has been decreed In some cases. When a police department is armed with such power as has been assumed In the regulation of evil under the regime of John T. Sullivan as chief of police, It Is high time the t the people Inquire the occasion for all of this. In this particular the grand jury could have rendered a great service to the people. EIGHTH YEAR, No. 214 25 CENTS A MONTH VANCOUVER 0 SEATTLE 0 Score at the End of 4th Inning VANCOUVER, June 17 —In spite of the cloudy and threatening weather a large crowd turned out at Recreation park this afternoon to see the fast-coming Heavers. Lefty Miller in the box and Lewis catch ing comprised the battery against the Seattle Turks. Dugdale watch ed the game from the grandstand. Engle, a former Beaver twirled for Seattle and Custer donned the pad and mask. BATTERIEB: SEATTLE—EngIe and Custer. VANCOUVER—MiIIer and Lewis. FIRST INNING. Seattle 0 Vancouver 0 Seattle—Frisk grounded out, Scharnweber to Streib. Raymond did likewise. Bennett grounded out, James to Streib. Vancouver —Swain grounded out, Bennett to Pennington. Breen sin gled to left and stole second. Streib was given n free trip to first. Breen was thrown out attempting to pil fer third. James singled to right. Brown ended the inning by ground ing to the Ditcher. SECOND INNING. Seattle . . J 0 Vancouven 0 THIRD INNING. Seattle . .1 0 Vancouven 0 DENIES INJUNCTION AGAINST THE FIGHT SAN FRANCISCO, June 17.—Judge Van Ostrand of the superior court late this afternoon denied a petition of Attorney General Webb for an order restraining the prin cipals from holding the Langford-Kaufman fight tomor row at San Francisco. AUTOCAAT COMES WITHOUT JEWELS (S> United Press Leased Wire) SAX FRANCISCO, June 17.— Without the jeweled turban, flow ing robes aud roeps of pearls in which he has been familiarly pic tured, but attired in a dingy Prince AHhii. Unpolished shoes, a straw hat and needing a haircut, his highness, the OaeKwar of Haroda arrived in San Francisco today. The potentate was a passenger on the Pacific Mall liner Siberia, ac companied by his wife, the Mahar ani. his daughter, the Princess In deruraja. an aide decamp and a ret inue of strvvants. Knglish aud Hindu. The Oaekwar. although possess- FOURTH INNING. Seattle 0 Vancouver 0 HONOR FOR POINDEXTER Quite an honor has been accorded to Congressman Poindexter by Gen eral Nelson A. Miles camp No. 1, Spanish War Veterans, of Wash ington. D. C. which has elected the Spokane congressman to honorary membership in the camp. Word to this effect has been re ceived by Ilr. Linden, a member ot Captain Charles King camp of Spo kane. The resolution honoring Poindexter and admitting him to membership eulogizes his services ias a member of congress. MANlLA.—United States army officers state that during last night's practice the new batteries on Corregldor island, at the en trance to Manila bay, broke the world's record. Out of 12 shots from the six inch guns. 11 were placed in the bullseye. Eight marriage licenses were is sued yesterday. I ing untold millions in Jewels, gold and lands, ruler over 12,000.000 peo ple, with power of life and death ' | over them, is a very democratic, suave gentleman of 53. On the voy -1 age he mingled with the passen gers and played whist incessantly. His highness, unlike the other i 49 princes of India, has but one wife. The Mahaiani is a beautiful i young woman, who affects the ua ■ live costume. The Oaekwar has his automobile with him and will make short excursions into the country about San Francisco before 1 leaving for Xew York, whence he , expects to sail for Europe before j the end of this month.