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SPOKANE TACOMA THE SPOKANE ONE CENT A COPY. ON TRAINS FIVE CENTS. KiLJJLAY AND BROOKS VS. HALL AND BYRNES Clouds and the patter of rain drops did not keep away the peo ple this afternoon. When the game was called it is estimated that the crowd numbered between 2000 and 2500. Hartman was back at center for Tacoma. Otherwise tlie lineup was unchanged. FIRST INNING. Tacoma 1 Spokane 1 Tacoma—Bassey grounded to light for a single. Mott fouled out to Brooks. Rockenfield struck out. Stevens walked. Hart man doubled to center, scoring Bassey. .lan sing fanned. Spokane— Netzel walked and was sacrificed to second by Cooney and scored when Weed doubled to right (enter. Keener flew out. to Bassey. Davis out, Rockenfield to Uott. SECOND INNING. Tacoma 1 Spokane 0 Tacoma—Coleman was bit by the pitcher and stole second. Byrnes Hew out to Davis. Hall singled to right, and Coleman scored on lias- Key's sacrifice to right field. Mott walked. Rockenfield fanned. Spokane- Nordyke died on a grounder. Coleman to Mott. Cart wright singled to center. Brooks fanned. Killllay flew out to Stev ens. THIRD INNING. Tacoma 0 Spokane 0 Tacoma Stevens fanned. Hart man was retired, Cartwright to Nordyke. Jansing went out, Coon ey to Nordyke. Spokane Netzel singled to right. Cooney also singled to right. Weed popped up a fly to the pitcher ami Netzel and Cooney advanced a base on a passed ball. Keener fouled out to Jansing, and Davis went out. Hall to Mott. FOURTH INNING. Tacoma 0 Spokane 8 Tacoma--Coleman singled to left field and was retired. Killllay to Cooney, on Byrnes attempted sac rlflce. Byrnes was retired at sec ond, attempting to steal Hall struck out. Spokane—Nordyke singled over second and w as sacrificed to second by Cartwright Brooks walked Killilav fanned. Nordyke and Biooks both scored w lien Net/el tripled to right field. Net/el scored on a wild i".eh Cooney walked and stole second. Weed went out, Cole man to Mott. FIFTH INNING. Tacoma 0 Spokane 0 Tacoma Bassey walked and stole second. Mott and Rockenfield both Btrui It out. Stevens walked but went to sleep on lirst and wufl retired. Killiluy to Nordyke. Spokane -Keener went out, Rockenfield to Mott, Davis sin gled over second. Nordyke sin gled to left. aOrtwrighl popped up a fly to Coleman Brooks strut U out. SIXTH INNING. Th co it i n 0 Spokane o Tacoma- Hartman flew out to Davis. Jansing fanned. Coleman fit w out to Ilavls. Spokane Killllay went out, Rockenfield to Mott. Netzel flew out to Hartman. Cooney struck out.^» SEVENTH INNING. Tacoma o Spokane 0 Tacoma—Byrnes drew a pass Hal Hew out to Keener. Hussey FORTUNE FOR DYING BULLDOG-PITTANCE FOR DYING BABES Mrs Hawkins Taylor of Wash ington has just returned from Eu rope bringing with her to die. Bar on, a large white bulldog, who has been given up by the veterinaries Ct 'he continent, some of the most eminent ol whom weie consulted a* to h'S health. Bnrcn is suffer fanned. Cooney made a beautiful catch of Mott's fly back of short. Spokane—Weed went out. Hall to Mott. Hartman gathered in Keen er's long fly to center field. Davis was retired, Mott to Hall, the lat ter covering tirst. EIGHTH INNING. Tacoma 0 Spokane 0 Tacoma—Rockenfield singled to right. Keener pulled down Stev ens' long fly to right, after a hard run. Ihu t man flew out to Davis. Jansing fanned. Spokane Nordyke sent a foul fly to Stevens. Cartwright went out, Rockenfield to Mott. Brooks walked. Killllay out, Hall to Mott. NINTH INNING. Tacoma 0 INTHE MAJOR LEAGUES NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Boston first Game — St. Louis 7 10 0 Boston 2 8 5 Batteries—Willis and Phelps; Curtis, Mattern and Graham. "I see Lacy advertises something cheap in dress goods, papa." ' It's a humbugging ad, daughter. I've known many women in my time, and there's nothing cheap In dress goods." CHICAGO- Automobiles claimed a d-'ath toll of 12 lives aud caused injuries to 2GO people in this city during the past six months. Five marriage licenses were taken out yesterday, the ages rang ing from 19 to 31. One girl and one boy were born In Spokane yesterday. Six deaths were recorded yes terday. Bookkeeper That new assistant of mine is a paragon of incompe tence, Stenographer You mean that he is a lesion aid. PUNXATWANEY, Pa. — Two seven year old boys stood on a rail road bride here yesterday. John Allison and John Sugars were their names. They dared each other to stay longest on the bridge before an oncoming locomotive reached them. Sugars jumped in time, but Alli son's foot slipped and he was killed. DES MOINES.—WhiIe sitting arm In arm on the Hock Island track, Myron Elliott and Bert Hull were struck by a train. Elliott was killed and Hull prob?bly fatally hurt. (By United Press Leased Wire) SYDNEY, N. s W . June 18. The All American Rugby- football team, which is here tixlaj playing a scries of .names with the Sydnej univer all) team, was defeated In the first game. The score was 17 in 6. The All-American team Is composed of students of the Duiversitj of Call fornta, Stanford university and the University of Nevada. ing from elephantiasis and walks, with difficulty. The coit of the attempts made by h s mistress to save bulldog Baron's life must hive run up into tho hun dreds of dollars, for we all knnw the fees of European specialists are high. No doubt thousands tf dot KAUFMAN LAN6FORD POSTPONED Promoter Blot Says He'll Obey Lav/—Delayed One Week, Anyway. (By United Press Leased Wire) SAN FRANCISCO, June IS.—The Kaufman-Lang ford prize fight was called oft'at 11 o'clock tliis morning by Promoter Louis Blot. Blot is- Bued B statement from the office of Cleveland Dam, his attorney, in which he said that he had been no tified by Adjutant General Lauek and Chief of Police Martin that the fight would be forcibly stopped' Blot conferred with his attorney for fully an hour before making the announcement that the fight would not be held. Blot stated that it was his desire to obey the law in all respects. The statement follows: "After a number of conferences between the officers of the Metro politan club and th attorneys for tho said club the club has deter mined to postpone the boxing ex hibition between Kaufman and Langford, which was scheduled to take place this afternoon. "Mr. Louis Blot, representing the Metropolitan club, and Messers. Cleveland Dam and George Appel. his attorneys, were informed last night by Adjutant General Lauck that he had been instructed by Gov ernor Gillett to prevent the boxing exhibition between Kaufman and Langford if the Metropolitan club should attempt to stage the same. "It is the desire of Mr. Blot to Obey the law In all respects, and while he feels that the view of Gov ernor Gillett is erroneous, he can not, as a law abiding citizen, defy the mandate of the govevnor and the chief of police." WHAT ABOUT THIS GIRL The district courts of the district of Columbia are en gaged in hearing arguments as to whether a girl whp has l-128tbs negro blood in her veins is entitled to go to school with white children. Tbe girl in question has blue eyes and is a perfect blond. Her great great-grandmother was an octoroon. Both sides agree as to the small proportion Of negro blood and the question arises Whether she should be classed as negro or white. HAPPY AGAIN (By United Press Leased Wire) cahson city, Nev., June 18.— Gunjlro Aoki and his American wife, Helen Emery Aoki, have left their temporary home here and are en route to San Francisco today with Mrs. Aoki's mother, Mrs. Emery, and their Infant daughter, They are going to the home of Mrs. ■ Aoki's father, Archdeacon Emery, at Corte Madera, Cal, I Mrs, Aoki came to Carson six weeks ago with the Intention of gaining a residence and getting a divorce from her Japanese litis hand. Soon after site filed the complaint, Aoki arrived from Sr utile ami a reconciliation followed ALTON. 111. Albert K. Has tett, cashier Illinois Glass Co., confesses embeislement of $24,000, coveting period of inan.t years. lars would have been expended by the owner of this p.impered canine if on'y his health might ho rrstcred. 1 Would this Mrs Hawkins Taj lor donate .s mil . i ward the saving of tin life of aotiv helpless unfor tit, ute child? Would aha be will- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 - 8 9 * Runs Hits Errors 0 0 00 4 8 2 110000 0 0 0 2 S 1 SPOKANE, WASHINGTON. SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1910. BRO. JACK NEVER USED 10 STAND FOR ANYTHING LIKE THIS FROM 800. JIM BY TIP WRIGHT. BEX LOMOND, Cat., .luce 18.— Time was (hat Jack ami Jim Jef fries, the burly brothers, made a very interesting match wnen they donned the gloves. Of course the "big fellow" always had it on Jack in weight and punch ing ability, but he never could box as wel as Jack in the old days and : this, with tlie fact that Jack packed a hefty kick, sort of evened tilings. But it's different today. Whether Jim has Improved his boxing until he is more clever than Jack, or whether the 'atter has loat any of his cleverness, is hard to say. Jack says he is as clever as ever, 1 but that Jim is a far better boxer than he was when defending his title. i "Of course, Jim doesn't show his real ability with us here," said Jack, because he is always under a pull. He is afraid to cut loose and tear into us. I don't want to tackle him While he was under a full head of steam, because I'm not ready to col- I led any accident insurance if I caa help it. "Hiit even when working at half speed, I find Jim hard to reach with effect. Somehow, and he doesn't ap- poar so very clever, either, my punches hit hini just as they are los ing their force. He has been pay ing a lot of attention to gauging punches and seems to have discov ered the secret of getting joat out of reach of the full effect of tbjC blow." A ROMAN TRIUMPH FORTEDDY MILLIONS ON TIPTOE TO SEE HIM IN NEW YORK. GREATEST WELCOME ONE PAPER SAYS IT IS ANNI VERSARY OF WATERLOO. (By United Press Leaved Wire) NEW YORK, June 18.—The ! steamship Katserin Auguste Vic toria, bearing Colonel Theodore Roosevelt, reached Ambrose chan nel at 7:05 a. m. today and r.l chored off Quarantine at 7:45. As the huge liner passed Am brose light the warships in the lower bay began to fire the first Ing to donate as much toward ■brightening the lives and providing the absolute necessaries for home less lUtle children i< it to the mercy of tins iig world? No doubt she responded to the yelp ot the u ntui: would site us quickly •< --spond to the cry of the Infant whose "THE PINK" Baseball Extra I I have noticed one thing while watching Jeffries box with bis brother. Corbett, Armstrong ami , Chojnski ami that it is no matter how hard he is crowded, or how close the milling, be is always iv a position to use one band or tbe oth i er, effectively. I Even when straightening up af- I presidential salute of 21 guns ever accorded a private citizen of the United States. When the South Carolina began saluting, Roosevelt olapped his hands for joy and cried: "Look at them! Aren't they wonderful and beautiful? Can you blame me for wanting that kind of a navy? This is worth coming all, the way from Khartoum to see. j This is great and worth while! "Ah! I'm glad to be home." Roosevelt boarded a revenue cut ter at 8:20 o'clock and was taken ashore. CONTINUAL OVATION. i Roosevelt's din from tlie iteam-1 UMp to the Battel') was accomnan- I Pi'bj a continual apron; from rlvor cr..ft and factor)**. Winn Ue | Lflepped out into the open in Dnt- ;• ■ > park the thousands who bad wiussed in lowi r Manhattan lo bid hrjai welcome set up a (real shout ■"td cotninued cheering for many imputes. KOOSEVCLT'S FIRST TALK. 'The former president was officl ,,h) welcomed home by Mayor Gay nor Replying] to Uaynor'a speech, JtoLseVelt said: i "1 wish lo thank you and your] little heart hungered for the love ami attention of a mother's love.' Sometimes we feel that it is not so when we look about us and see the hundreds and even thousands i f little walfa, blind ami crippled vmu are crowded into the orphan llfine;, all OVei Hie cuilllUV. j THE SPOKANE ter ducking, at which time most fighters are thinking about getting farther out of danger than the duck carries them, Jeffries is on the alert and woe to the sparring partner who is so foolish as to step in and take a eiiance, for he gets a jolt that loosens his dental crock ery. committee ami through them the; American people for their greetings. '' i I need not say that I am dec pi) moved. No man could receive such a greeting and not feel very pond and very bumble. "I have been away a year and a quarter. I have thoroughly enjoyed myself and now i am back iv my own country, among the people l love, ami am read) and eager to do! !my pan in helping to aolve the' problems thai niuat ha solved if the Igreateat of democratic republic! is: |to se<> its destinies rise '.< tlie high-l c.si level of hopes and opportunities. ' I- -- - i (Continued on Page 2.) SHIP $205,000 IN GOLD. (By United Press Leased Wire.) SEATTLE, June 18.—The first shipment of Alaska gold, V 306,000 worth, to come south this year, is in the vaults of the National Hank of Commerce and the Washington Trust company, today, and the first passengers from the interior of Alaska this year are at various hotel.-".. Two steamships from Skagwaj arrived wiiliin fifteen minutes of each other last night, marking the opening of travel from northern Alaska. "What would you do If you had tlie money possessed by Mrs. Tay lor?" was asked Mrs. Meyers, ma tron of the Children's home of Spo kane. Hv all means," promptly replied Mrs. Meters, "I would spend it on children," uud then she hesitated EIGHTH YEAR, No. 215 25 CENTS A MONTH VANCOUVER 1 SEATTLE 2 VANCOUVER, June IS—The rain during the morning made the infield a little soft this afternoon when the Beavers and the Turks met at 11:30 in the tirst game of a double-header to be played this af ternoon. The Beavers went in to make it five straight from the Turks and Gardner, the star fling er, was on the mound. Zackert was selected to work for Seattle. Big Gus Thompson, the star right handed pitcher of the Seattle club, was traded to Bob Brown this morning for Pitcher t'hinault and a considerable amount of cash. FIRST INNING. Seattle '. 0 Vancouver 0 Seattle —FrisK fanned. Raymond singled to center. Bennett ground ed out to Streib unassisted, and Adams grounded out, Scharnweber to Streib. Vancouver —Swain singled to center. Breen bunted and beat it out. Streib sacrificed. James took three'swings and went back to the bench. Bft>wn flew out to i Frisk. SECOND INNING. 'Seattle 0 Vancouver 0 Seattle —Lynch skied out to James. Akin ozoned. Pennington out, Scharnweber to Streib. Vancouver - Flanagan flew out to Akin. Scharnweber popped up to Bennington. Sugden grounded out. Akin to Pennington. THIRD INNING. Seattle 0 , Vancouver 0 Seattle —Custer flew out to t Brown. Zackert was passed. Frisk and Raymond flow out to Swain. Vancouver — Gardner walked, tSugden runs for him.) Swain hit by a pitched ball Breen bunted and Sugden was thrown out at third Streib flew out to Akin. James hit a Bixiler to Bennett and was thrown out. FOURTH INNING. Seattle 0 Vancouver 0 Seattle —Bennett pupped up to Gardner. Adams bunted and was thrown out. Lynch Hew out to Brown, who went back to the fence after it, making a catch that brought the fans to their feet. Vancouver —Brown reached first on an error by Akin Flanagan sac rificed, the pitcher's throw to first being so high he landed. Scharn weber sacrificed Sugden flew out to Adams Gardner fanned. FIFTH INNING. Seattle 0 Vancouver 0 Seattle--Akin grounded out, Gard ner to Streib. Pennington singled over third. faster flew out to Preen. Zackert tanned. Vancouver—Swain tanned. Preen grounded out, Raymond to Pen nington. Streib skied out to Adams. MINISTERS FIGHT FATAL DUEL IN THE PULPIT ROCK CREEK, Ky., June 18—Rev. Robert Van Ouver la dead and Rev. Isaac Perry is under arrest today, following a duel fought with knives late last night. The duel took place in the pulpit of the Rock Creek Baptist church, where the partici pants were associate pastors. It is believed trouble over church affairs caused the fight. Rev. Van Ouver was stabbed in the left ear and the wound resulted in instant death. aud looked out of the window toward the playground where doz ens Ol little boys and girls were romping about. "Think of the homeless little ones in this world '' >he contiuuod; "we have 89 in our home, 'litink what it take* to kvep thciu iv ulothbS Seattle 0 Vancouver 0 Seattle—Frisk fanned. Raymond and Dennett grounded out. Schara weber to Streib. Vancouver —James grounded oat, Bennett to Penington. Brown pop ped up to Pennington. Flanagan flew out to center. Seattle 0 Vancouver 0 Seat le—Adams was hit by a pitched ball and was thrown out at tempting to steal second. Lynch walked and went to second when Akin grounded out, Scharnmeber to Streib. Pennington skied out to Breen. Vancouver — Scharnweber was given a free ticket to first. Sugden flew out to Bennett and Scharn weber was doubled at first. Gard ner singled to left. Swain singled to right. Breen ilew out to Ray mond. Seattle. a Vancouver 1 Seattle —Custer singled to left Zackert sacrificed. Frisk grounded out, Scharnweber to Streib. Ray mand flew out to Flanagan. Vancouver —Streib flew out to center. .lames walked. Brown sin gled to right and James went to third. Flanagan sacrificed, but James was held on third. Charn weber lined a hot one to Raymond and beat it out, scoring James. Sugden flew out to left. Seattle 1 Vancouver 0 Seattle—Bennett led off with a two-sacker. Adams reached first on an error by James. Lynch hit a grounder to the pitcher. Akin flew to center, Bennett scoring on the throw home. Pennington walked and stole second. Custer struck out. Vancouver — Gardner fanned. Swain grounded out. Akin to Pen , ningtou. Breen flew out to Lynch. Seattle t Vanocuver 0 R. H, E. Seattle 2 6 3 Vancouver l 5 3 (By United Press Leased Wire) SAN RAFAEL, Cal., June 18 — Company i>, Fifth regiment, with headquarters here, received orders today to prepare to assemble at Armory hall to be in readiness to proceed to San Francisco. It is expected that later orders will be issued directing the company to leave for San Francisco shortly after noon, in time for possible action in stopping the Knufman l.angford fight. San Rafael la one hour's ride from San Francisco. (By United Press Leased Wire.) and shoes and to provide them with the necessaries of life. 1 Ain't know what we would do If all women were like Mrs. Taylor, but luckily they are not," she added, with a smile. "Think of tho afflicted children _ ■ . -j iCoutluuad ou pa*t) itx.) SIXTH INNING. SEVENTH INNING. EIGHTH INNING. NINTH INNING. TENTH INNING. THE SCORE.