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EVENING -EDITION WEATHER REPORT. Fair tonight and Thurs day. VOL. 22. PENDLETON, OIIEGON, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9,9. COAST no IN LONG CI E San Francisco and Oakland Play 24 Innings With Final Score of 1 to 0, MOST REMARKABLE GAME EVER PLAYED OX COAST Actual Time of Playing Is Throe Hours anil ;3 Minute Twelve Hunilml I'UUlillcs IiU CoUl Sll)KTH lis Re sult 'of Ivong Content FtInco Pltcli er Walks Only One Man During the Game First lUiM'inan Huh 30 C'biiiiM-M and Makes Hut One Error Pitriicrs Show no Sljjii of Strain. Smi Francisco, June 9. All coant records for long low-score games wait broken Innt night when Han Francis co defeated Oakland In the 24th Inning- of a 1 to 0 contest. One of th; features of the Ran Fran-clseo-Oaklanul great 24 Inning game yesterday was that twelve hundred Oakland families ate cold dinners last night, "(iu-k" Henley, the pitcher foT San D-ancbtoo, walked only one mail In the whole game. Tennant, the first baseman for San Francisco, had 38 chance and made one error, and but one nr. an stole on catcher Berry, for San Francisco. There were five snappy doublo plays ana Mahler, second base for San Fran cisco, 1 1dled 18 chances without a bobble. The actual playing time was three hours ami 35 minutes. Tlio Race will go Into history as the greatest gime ever played west of the Rockies. Neither pitcher Wlggs, for OaVland, -or Henley, show any signs of the stti'iln. The visitors were help lew bdfore Henley's delivery. A drive of Nick Williams for ,San Francisco sent ' Tennant across the honie piste with the only run made during the entire game. 4 town destroyed hy ax earthquake Slgnapore, Burma. Advices received today say that the town of Korencha, I'matra, was re- cently destroyed -by an earth- quake. The death list Is sup- posed to bo several hundred. SHIPS TAKEN PREDICTS WAR FRDMSEDVICE FOR ENGLAND ger, Chech, Donohue. Steele, Arellanes and .NATIONAL LEAGUE. At Pittsburg. R. II. E. Pittsburg 4 9 2 Philadelphia 3 11 1 Batteries Phllllpe. Camnltz and Gibson; Brown, Richie and Jack-litech. At St. Louis. R. H. E. St. Louis . . 7 11 9 Brooklyn 1 3 0 Batteries More and Phelps; Meln- tjrc, Fastorlus and Bergen. At Chicago, R. II. K. Chicago 2 2 9 New York 3 President Taft's Retrenchment Order Will Leave But Six teen Battleshios, FINDS 83,0(10 BURIED UXDEK HIS HOUSE Lord Roberts Thinks That She Will Be Involved in War in Twenty Months, naileries Brown and Sluthewson and Meyers. 7 1 Moran: SH NC HIES IT A Mi OTHERS OF ATLANTIC FLEET HEM) IX RESERVE Secretary or Navy Meyer Think thin Will be .Means of Large Saving In Operating Kxmiiscs or Navy Oilier Vessel Than Atlantic Flc.-t Will Have but Sinull Skeleton or Regu lar Force Will Not Ivhm the Pro posed Increase in Xninbcr or Mm In (he Xaval Service. SECRET SERVICE MEN CUT SHORT ATT EM IT TO ARM Find That 31.000 Modern JMIlcn are Ikniiid Tor SouiImtii Republic SliilntH In Mal0 From Belgium Won lil be HoslUppcd at Xt-w York and Sent rrom Soutliera Ports In Small Lot Millitat Dollars to ly so Ufoil. .New York. June 9. That the Unit. cd States was not lulled to sleep by the apparent inactivity of former presi dent Clprlano Castro of Venuia 1. show today when It develoued that 'thn omei service agents were investi gating the attempted shipment of 31,- vu moaern nnes to the southern re- Wnshington, June 9. Owing to President Taft's poli'y of rotrench- merit. Secretary Merer announced to- uty that he would leave but sixteen of the battleships oi the Atlantic fleet In active service. He recommended that all other fighting machines of that class be held in reserve. When he revises the expenses of his department Tor the fiscal year, Meyer "believes a large saving win be affected by plac ing all battleships outside of the At lantic fleet in Teserve with a small compliment of 'officers and men, and a mere skeleton of the regular force. The plan o? retrenchment will not affect the proposed increase of three thousand men In the enlisted person nel, nor the policy of making appro- j priaiions for two battleships. Esti mates for the pay of additional men and the cost of new ships is to be in cloded in the budget. The employ. ment lor the additional men and those taken from the ships in reserve will he provided b increasing the enlisted strength of every ship In commission THINKS SHE SHOULD RE PREPARED TO FIGHT NOW Noted Great Rritain Soldier Takes Issue Willi War Secretary Secre tary Tells Hi-legates at Inix'rial Press Couktcw Tliut Defenses of the Empire Will Be Developed In Twenty Years Old Warhorsc Springs to Ilia Fiit and Says That They .May Have War Within Twenty Months. Ellensburg, June 9. While excavating undr the family home, at Roslyn, today, Charles Avenettl unearthed a large copper can containing three thousand dollars In greenbacks. It Is supposed to have been bur ied by Avenetti's father, who died years ago. GIVING AWAY SACE MILLIONS TAIT C.VNT FIND MIXISTER FOR CHINA Otlrr IlaHclMll Records. The longest game ever played was public. The shipment was made from Bel (one between the Brookly Athletic club and E. 35. All-Stara, played at Cleve- gum, and it la reported that it was land, O.. "July 4. 1907. The teams planned to reshlp them from New were mwie up of 18-year-old boys and York to southern ports jn the United ,i uv ...m...B uve i.uu.o states, men send them In smaller cob and 18 miinutes. slgnments to Venzuela. The -hmgest game played between The investigation -i .u. major league teams was the one. be. from foreign sourcea a million dollars twecn tto Athletics and Boston. Sep. 1 18 p,ace1 at the d,.nnM. , ."s tember I, 1908. , It -went 24 Innings. pectcd of heading ni, The longest played between minor league trams prior to the one on May 31, between Jlloomlngton and Decatur was the one In rthe Fargo and Grand Forks teams allayed In 1891. It went 25 Innings. The shortest game oft record was the nlne-lnnhiir battle between At lants. and ShTeveport, September 24, 1904. It laatod Jwrt irolnutea. RETAIX PRESENT RATES TO OOAST FOLIiOWING HEARING London, June 9. Predicting that Great Britain would be Involved in war within 20 months. Lord Roberts today took Issue with War Secretary Haldane, who told the Imperial Press congress that the empire would have Its defense developed within 20 years, Secretary Haldane intimated that the nation would lean materially upon the colonies. Lord Roberts leaped to his feet, saying: "It Is impossible to loon forward to a" period of 20 years peace in which to prepare ourselves If you will pay attention to an old soiaier, I counsel that the present sit uation demands the closest attention The greatest question now la: Are we prepared to fight now?" 11ENEY THINKS HE IS OX TRACK. OF BRIBE MONEY San Francisco, June 9. The dis posal of $200,000 drawn from the United States mint by representatives of the United Railways was the sub ject of Inquiries of the prosecution in the Calhoun trial today. During the first weeks of the trial Heney inti mated that he would try to prove that this money was used in payment of bribes to the members of the for mer board of supervisors. He caused a sensation in court today when he threatened to compel the defendant to produce vouchers showing the dis posal of the money. George Starr. treasurer of the United Railways, who disappeared June 17, 1907, to avoid testifying, took the stand today. Mrs, Russell Sage Has Dis tributed $25,000,000 In Less Than Three Years. TOTAL WILL BE GONE IX FIVE YEARS AT THIS RATE Washington, June 9 The reneated "declinations by men to whom Presi dent Taft Tias offered the minister ship to China is believed In official circles 1o have Btirred up a slight ieeung or a-esentment in China. The rresldent Is said to be perplexed as st" pageant will be the attraction to tlie proper disposal of the Dost, flight. President Chilbere- nt ho j ne mmiBtersnip has already been of- 1eau,e ra'r and other officers will ierea 10 rormer Senator Fulton of arMVe tomorrow and be entertained Oregon, lormer Senator Hemenway I "y lne 'est'vai committee. or Indiana una William Nelson Crom MILES OF AUTOMOBILES IX PORTLAND PARADE Portland. June . The floral Da gean of decorated automobiles was me principal feature of today's nro from'at the rose festival. Thousands lined the streets through which the pageant passed at 2 o'clock this aft ernoon. Five miles of automobiles wer In the parade decorated with millions of roses, itiree hundred automobiles were under the auspices of the Auto mobile club, which hung up 15 silver iropnies. The "Spirit of the n.-.Mn wen of Sew York. The president will probably not announce another nom ination until it Is accepted. CRATER LAKE INJUNCTION SUIT ARGUED TODAY BLOODHOUNDS TRACK DOWN MURDERER OF FEUDIST nasnington, June 9. All rommnrt. iiy rates shall remain as at nresent in effect pending a hearing of Spokane's Salem. Ore., June 9. The attorneys in the Crater Lake injunction pro ceedings were conferring all the morning in the office of the attorney general endeavoring to find a point of issue to argue when the case comes COAST LEAGUE. At OaaUmd. an Francisco Oakland R. H. E. .1 11 2 ,.0 8 I flllVa alntnt. it I a .A .a a f " omiuio nOLlCA Urn I ft k ih iin .... . r 111 -M .. - .Batteries - Henley d Berry; , -XL WIkr-s and C. Lewis. , " tmB; jacason, Ky., June 9. Govan Smith, his brother Ellsha and Levi supplementary case the coming fall. 1" m arrested today after a up this afternoon before Judge Gallo All olo.. .0.-. c.,.. . . B hot Dursn t fhronirh tho mmmi.t.. L.,. ,r t t, .. . 6 v.aiio v,"- fpusane wnich were h " . . " "'o . . eams, me Jackson coun- urarrea reauced 16 2-3 per cent be- , u '.. tnarKea witn iy auorney. and the attorney general l'"eCt? y V This ,s the and "u" ' a neanng today, when such ill. , . icumn ana s octrmry or state Benson an order Dermimnir .1.. " ul "re ,Be juage tiargis. who I f.ha.nSe" ? b?com ffecve l les, ICt:TT!Lb!:r" "ce"y. SOITII WALES MIXES man au nays' statute notl. " cian. irenvm . Widow of Famous Financier Giving Away the Millions Many Times aa Fast as They Were Eainal For tune is Going at Rate of $25,000 Daily for Ik-ncfit of Mankind Edu cational Institutions Have Been Given Five . Millions Remainder Goes to Religious, Semi-Religions and Educational Work. ' Xew York, June 9. Spending her fortune at the rate of two Hoiinm in (the same length of time that It took ner nusoand to accumulate thirty cents, Mrs. Russell Sage has distrib uted twenty-five million dollars In less than three years. If she continues at the present rate the entire J65,000,000, which It toolc a life time to accumulate will be gone within five years. The widow is spending the fortune at the rate of 125,000 daily for the benefit of man kind. She has given five million dollars . to educational institutions, two mil- Xearly all of Tl.on, ... l" re"K'0U8 r. ten """ muiion 10 tne Sap fnnnrtntlnn on ie 01 impcaciitng Testimony of the remainder ha8 gone to works of Star Witness for Mrs. Warner 8em e gous and educational char- Only Two Witnesses Examined this Morning One of Then. Pronounced tho Will a Forgery Mrs. Watts on Stand. HSSES MIL WILL i FORGERY SIX ARE BROUGHT FROM LA GRANDE IX YOUNG CASE acter. BIG SUIT OF SUGAR TRUST SETTLED PRIVATELY New York. June V v ' v B Six witnesses in the Warner-Young "Z WP Cmpany will case arriveH thi, against the Anerican Sugar Refining . . "5 iiuiil I COmDflnv i)mriln. .v- uranae are g v ng their testimonv t --ob mamienance afternoon. r,JL . 'fT..0" of a monopoly, was dismissed todar upon the consent of both parties. The suit was settled out of court. The re port is that the American paid the Penn company 12.000.ono PAsh nnA sin .a . . Only two witnesses were exam.ne, 000 Z.0 .r "-250- at the morning session of the hearing! curities Zo 00 they being Dave Lavender, countv roart ..uu. fight against Mrs. Warner for th B,. 0 XiOOL ASTE been a witness for Mr. w.V-" L. "T " Igraph ln the AI- "uiiici. ir 11 1 urnn innrr Mnctn. f . - ,i "iunuS uie urn being used I rales nn ... . . La mis afternoon. They ar nearlv all uaaracier witnesses being called to Im peach the testimony of Mrs. Delia Sta- cey, one of the two star witnesses for irs. warner. Wflrnor hi, I rl.ll. . m . . this time his testimony Is bein need "ZTJ D,y by the other side. Havimr ennrt . ' ""Slt"- . 1,le Tot Mr. Young's business fo " I . " " m' ",e. Pe republicans . . C " to Bloodhounds led the posse to Smith home. the At Portia adL Portland .., ...I 14 2 Saonumento ,1 it 8 Batteries Grancy and FWher; Fitzgerald and Byrnes. Js'o Ganic In Los Aagrk. Los Angeles, June 8. There was no game today, the Vernon team hav- eiepnens. representlna- Snokano and J. A. Hannaford, for the rall- ruaas. ine heanlng was attended by Cardiff. Wales. June 9 The mai mining or South Wales will be com pieieiy tied up and 150.000 men Mexican Lmaves Jewelo. ..cw luriL June V. (-llHtnm. on- I .1 . a di. ln.:h:7""ir":Lenaefl. by thoritle. have cm their hand. . hJ. " . " UA01 Pru through- -o u LUH111111 v f r waaratm . vul uiHiiuim nanitA irn. -. railroad traffic experts. ' """" mond collar and bracelet appraised and CL. "1118'11 . at 112.120. which the owner did not asreem t Zl IL" . 'SIUWMVT LEADS AUTO n-ue suir.c.eni r to dlalm. The jew- possible, is reached hv j.Z . nrp ti.. iry was aeizea on Anrii si n.k- i . t, . " Mwaa .vnAKNT celso del Villar. a weal hv M"M W..lne ?utcome f the enact mm -ivuiii 1 1 1 11 r 11 v T nn m ' .. . TnneVo Van. . .. . who had arrived from Hnvn """" an eignt-nour , June v. ieaaintr in : nre luw recently. ing fatted to arrive from Portland to m N.u, rnrv.v,.,., ' t?as .." steamer Morro Castle. i Mkul S F".Liun iranscontl- v. , '. V '""' ijipmn faA ol. ... 1 niiii a wrii m niivn mavimah Petlnlll, R. H. Hesser and E. H. Oha- d t0 dec,are "' VIIIar waa Pa pln, as drivers arrived at 815 this d In the cutoJy f a representa- mornmg. me Mexican ceneul, but when One of the Ford's is 30 minutes be- ?e wanteJ today e could not be mna me leader and making good time. NORTHWEST LEAGUE. At Taooma. R. H. E Tacoma , ,0 4 Portland 3 11 Batteries Baker and Kellackey; KinselJa and Fournler. At Vancouver. R. H.E. Seattle 1 6 Vancouver 6 10 2 At Aberdeen. R. H.E. Spokono 3 4 2 Aberdeen 2 6 5 Batteries Klllllay and Stevens; .. Most and Krcltz. AMERICAN LEAGUE. At Philadelphia, R. H.E. Philadelphia .0 1 2 Cleveland 2 9 -2 Batteries Bender and Livingston; Joss and Easterly. At New.Y'ork. R. H. E. Detroit .6 8 3 New York 4 8 4 Batteries Wllletts and Stahnge; Brockett, McConnell, Klelnow and Blair. At Boston. R. H.E. St. Louis 3 9 The other Ford Is reported ditched ear uawrenoe. Kans. The h. abouls of the Acme is unknown. Del Vlllar was traced to thA rn. tral station, where It was learned he France, to Build Warships. Paris, Juno 9. The naval Droaram approved by the cabinet involves an expenditure of 3800,000,000, covering nUU OI lv years Sx battIegnlp8 me uantort type, six of h -or,.,. It. .... ' .-juu - uye ana iour armored cruisers of had bought two ticket. (m I" """"" lyPc are ""eluded in the ----- v V4 4UVJll ttllt I ""lllllttlCS. CUO BUSINESS MEN WILL 6E Indian Hacks Vn riiiM Phoenix. Ariz.. June 9 An AnarhJ Indian, known as Sydney Smith, at tacked the 18-months-old daughter of JMijan Alien of Lehl. a settlompn ?n miles from here, last night, mutilat ing tne infant with a knife. AlnrmeH by the screams of the mother th in. dlan threw the child in a dry irrlga- mien ana nea. A to . . " inuiun rave clinse. fnl. ' ru. .1.. , ... lowed th Ann,-h .u. " ' , l,,e -nicago ousiness men - - r-..v , v. W1H IfNTVflT nn I rlntir 4 1 . ... and with ih. h.innf.i. .'J:".".'" "a l rencn mis vi eed him ; IT : " cinn y y he given a re- Ctv. wh,.;;: c.opt,on thnt w, undoubtedly afford rr.in-,1 n-i. - , .. . " ' 1 J I'leilKUIll OlVCrS OU tZZ V, V pUmCe ,nrcattnod vlo- While In Pendleton the visitors are to e ce but lacked a leader. The baby be the guests of the crodi!mn . I nuviuuiuu una ine memners or thn n floninttrin nrn nut In An tu Mt.tA h i. v ' ai.iinniiiiii. l n' I n n onnt nmnn it. . .1... . Seattle. jnn flTv., , u. l,,e y v- in iiir nit- i lirpnr i ji u aa KCSt dnv in thn PTnnDIHn'a -.v j . . ENTERTAINED WITH Mi BID i ' E vv-iive wi" una oiepnen; uri- closed, I LL 5 " 18 hcln Jo,nt,y bpcn Rrran for 'th celebrated by tho grocers association, of the merchant's assoclatk Washington pioneers association, they will go to Athena Frl - lu xoresters, state II- noon to meet the visitors at that point 8 brarlan and state library association. Tho Chicago men will then be taken I Every ATncerv atnra 1 o... ... I - I e laKpn in Seattle Is 'upon a whirl through the big wheat Deit or the county and landed here in time to entrain for Baker City at 3 Already enough automobiles have we., securea to carry about 60 peo ttln flnl na .... ' " oe nut 40 mem- "us m "ie Chicago pnrty there will uc r,,oln rra largo local delegation. According to W. E. Brock, who has been influential In making the ar rangements tor the reception, the au tos will leave the McCurmmnch gar age at 10 o'clock Friday forenoon, sn as to be at Athena when the Chi special reaches that point. Arrangements have also boon mn,t to have several crates of Milt strawberries presented to the party as It passes through the east end of th county. i tpra Vl T.-Q o famlll.. ... ... lauMuir un nis Dusiness his habits and his writing and he no hesitancy in pronouncing the pres- c.ii anegea win a rank forgery. rs. wans was placed on the stand laentiry some letters from Tn..n hich were introduced to shnm mnaiy reeling entertained hv vn,m. towards Mrs. Watts and the remains or nis relatives who were purported to be condemned by him In a letter iniroauced by Mrs. Warner, last week In one of these letters he told Mrs! Watts not to let Mrs. Warner and her momer run in on her as there would ue nen ir tney did. The witnesses who were hrnna-hi over from La Grande and who . lesuiying in is afternoon ar. i w Walden, night policeman; Dr. M. H. Hall, Dr. Hubbard, Frank Phy, for mer sheriff of Union countv t w McLoughlin, of the nbrht nolleo f. and Sprat Montgomery, a Union coun ty ranener. Walden testified concerning a eon. vernation which he had with Mrs. Sta. cey concerning this case. He declared that the woman told him she saw he father place his mark In thA win fore she went to the Grand Ronde vuuey ana wnne she was still llvimr ".m ur. wuitr. un tne witness stand oiacey toia a different story, telling Jiow she came over from La Grande to Pendleton and went to rencneion rrom Weston. It is inti mated that she changed her storv ho. ...iue vuun recoras were nrmt.. showing that she was a wltnesa u . case In La Grande, the afternoon of .. u, ine nay before the alleged A slight error was mad tn w. ja ..... . . .. jvoici- u" s ccouni or ine hearing. Neither Mrs. Stacey nor Knox sworB as tn exact date on which the will was wit- ui tne document hMr. t,. date of Xov. 21. D. W. Bailey, attorney for xr.. Warner declares that Instead nf in,.' peaching their evidence, the testi mony of George Stacirs enrm... It. Staggs testified that h8 sold the store to Young, the first week In n.. cember and that Youne was In tw nays nerore. invoicing. Ballev also says that though the will bears the date of Xov. 21. that they do not claim It was signed and witn that date. In fact they admit that Young was In Pendleton that d.iv ..i that the will could not have been gned and witnessed at thnt Mm. .n. in that manner. voting with the democrats. Th at drlch rate of thirty cents per pound is an Increase from five to ten cents a pound over the Payn bill. Suicides After Many Attempts. Lake Charles, La., june 9. Peter Draslg, a night watchman of a local department store, entered the store when it was crowded with shoppers yesterday, and. drawing a revolver, fired two bullets Into his hnd then fired several shots after the flee ing shopper. He then cut his throat With A fvon knife and fired another shot Into his brain falling dead. Shrine rg Go to Xew Orleans. Louisville, La.. June 9.Th .. perial council of Shrlners la m ... slon here today and chose New Or leans as the next meetlna- nt. April 12, 1910. " ' v" FROMJXEXT INDIANA MEN IN BANK SCANDAL Indianapolis, Ind. A profound sensation has been caused by the ar rest of Paul C. Gaul, owner of a big string of cigar stores, candidate for alderman, and Harry C. Prlnxler ft member of a highly prominent fam ily, both charged with conspiracy with Max P. Emmerich to cause false entries to be made in tho wv. of the Capital National hank th defrauding that Institution of 1 000 within two yean. Prlnzler has made & full rnnfflc!nn He says Gaul went to Emmerich an' asked him as a friend to cover an overdraft for $500. Thla wa. by falsifying the books. According to Prlnzler, Gaul went to shortly after this Incident and told him that, having discovered n wav do It, he must eonrenl nth.. drafts. " This continued until Emmerich was transferred by the bank to an other set of books. It then became necessary to have a third confederate na rnnzlor was brought Into the eal. He did not have a doiinr hf could not pass the nr.nnrM.i.' check freely against an Imaginary bank account. The kaiser's new daughter-in-law. the Princess Auguste, who Is a sNter of the Duchess of Saxe-Coburg and a niece of the kalserln, Is a very domes ticated girl.