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4 EVENING EDITION EVENING EDITION weather report. Fulr tonight and Sun day. Oj)Mrt unity knocki at your door EVERY day. To be con Tinned read today's ada. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER. CITY OFFICIAL PAPER. VOL. 22. PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY, OCTOBEB 9, 1909. NO. 6710 P ' P 1 iimmjpiBp up 111 1 TIGERS TAKE THE Get Revenge for Yesterday's Defeat b Capturing To day's With Decisive Score. pirates were outplayed in every department Tliousunds of Funs Sec Detroit I n niorcifully Trounce Pittsburg net ting Bwertea Dononui Mad slud gers at His Merry While- Camnltz ami WilllH Were Found lor 9 Hit! Wugner und Cobb llreuk Kvcn In Honors. NOT YET DRAWN only ELEVEN MEN HAVE BEEN PASSED FOR CAUSE Special Veiiiin of 20 Names Was Ex Imusted Today, Only Three Being OtMaen Another Wnlrc of 30 Xames Ordered Drnwn Trial w in Befftn Monday or Tuesday. n.n.E. Pittsburg 2 6 1 Detroit 7 9 3 Pittsburg, Get. 9. Before a mon ster crowd of 33.000 Pittsburgers, 6, 000 Detroit fans and thousands of other miscellaneous, Jennings' Detroit Tigers wallop the heavy hitting Pirates to the tune of seven to two. After the first Inning Wild BUI Donovan was invincible while the Tigers found Camnltz, Pittsburg's star easy for four runs and got three off of Willis before lie settled to work. The series for the world's championship stands one to one, and many betters of Pitts burg are trying to hedge by covering on Detroit, Pittsburg was outslugged and out generated at critical times. Cobb and Wagner, between whom keen rivalry exists played brilliant games and broke ubout even as they did In the first game. Detroit had the same lineup as yes terday excepting Donovan who was pitching Instead of Mullin. Pittsburg had the same except Camnltz who re placed Adams on the mound. Pirates start With 2. First Inning Detroit: Jones sing led to the Infield. Push sacrificed. Jones wns thrown out while stealing third. Cobb went out on a grounder. No runs. Pittsburg: Rryncs walked. Leach doubled scoring Byrne. Clark sacrificed and Wagner fanned. Miller doubled, Leach scoring. Absteln fan ned. Two runs. Score, Pittsburg 2. Detroit 0. Tigers Even Score. Second Inning Detroit: Crawford fnnned. Delehanty was out In the in field. Morlarty and T. Jones both sin gled. Schmidt doubled. Morlarty and Jones scoring, and Detroit rooters went wild With Joy. Donovan fanned. Two runs. Pittsburg: Wilson out In Infield. CHbsun walked. Camnltz was out on a foul. Gibson stole second and Byrne fanned. Xo runs. Score, Pitts burg 2, Detroit 2. Detroit Adds Three. Third Inning Detroit: D. Jones wns safe on Byrnes low throw of his grounder. Bush singled and Cobb walked. Crawford flew out. Dele hanty singled scoring D. Jones nnd Bush. Wilson replaced Camnltz In the Pittsburg box. Cobb on third set the fans wild by stealing home. Morl arty Walked, T. Jones forced Dele hanty at third. Schmidt flew out. Three runs. Pittsburg: Leach Doubled and Clarke was out on fly. Wagner out on foul. Miller fanned. No runs. Score Detroit 5, Pittsburg 2. Fourth Inning Detroit: Donovan out In Infield. D. Jones same. Bush fanned. No runs. Pittsburg: Absteln singled. Wil son out on foul and Gibson on n fly. Willis flew out. No runs. Two More In Fifth. Fifth Inning: Cobb out in Infield. Crawford doubled and Delehanty walked. Morlarty flew out. T. Jones walked. With bases full Schmidt Another day has been consumed with the Ryan murder trial and only three more Jurors have been passed for cause. All those who had been summoned from yesterday's special venire were examined and another special venire of 30 names was or dered drawn. As these are to report Monday morning t is hoped that enough will be on hand then to se cure the Jury. Though eleven men ure now In the box and are being held by Bailiff Carroll without being permitted to converse with the general public. It is possible that every one of the eleven may be excused when the at torneys come to exercising their per emptory challenges. The three men secured this morning were Oliver Knotts of Pilot Hock. John Reamer of Weston and James Hawks of Pen dleton. All are farmers. Altogether the names of- 74 men have been drawn from the Jury box in an effort to secure twelve men to try Mike Ryan for murder. A few nf these have been excused for dif ferent causes and 26 have been ex amined. The bulk of the remainder I are expected to he nn hand Monday morning after which no delays are anticipated. The following four names were drawn at the beginning of the trial to complete the original regular panel of 24 names: John Reamer, farmer, Weston. Oliver Knotts. stockman. Pilot Rock. J. T. Darnela, farmer. Pendleton. It. Hendrlckson. farmer, Helix. Hugh McUno farmer. Athena. Yesterday afternoon the following 20 names were drawn to comprise a special venire. J. D. McCoy farmer, Freewater. O. . M. Richmond, farmer. Weston. F. C. Oettlngs, farmer. Weston. George Fell, clerk, Pendleton. Thomas De Freece, farmer. Athena J. H. Christopher, farmer Adams. W. C. Rhlnehart farmer. Alba. James Hawks, farmer. Pendleton. Dan Kinney, farmer, Freewater. Z. T. Jenkins, farmer. Pendleton. Robert Rellke, farmer. Pendleton. Charles Hudson, farmer Meacham. J. N. Kelly, farmer. Milton. D. R. Elder, farmer. Pendleton. Harry Huber, farmer. Milton. G. W. Mitchell, farmer Rrlggson. LESSONS IN NfT TO HOT AERIAL SOT PHILIPPINES Wilbur Wright Begins In- Chief Executive Plans Trip to structing U, S. Signal Corps; Island Posessions During in Use of Aeroplanes, GUIDES FIRST l . s. AEROPLANE THROUGH AIR .Makes Five Flighta in Dedication of Government Aviation Qroand Yea- tetday Dikes Officers of Signal Corns Aboard umi shows Ibem How to Fly Travel Almost Mile u Minute Flights Will Continue For Several Days. Summer of 1911. WILL TOUR ALASKA AM) HAWAII NEXT FEAR College Place, D. C, Oct. 9. For President Has Announced His inten Hons of visiting Province He Once Governed Will be Largest Trip of Any President Believed 'Hint This Visit Will Result In ( loser EnlOu ot X . S. and Islands W ill Make Trip on Fast Cruiser. ERI WILL MEET HERE NEXT STATE SESSION HELD I N PENDLETON HEARST W BE OA E rmutillu Delegation Returning from Recent Synod Brings the News Rev, Robert McKenzle Speaks Wednesday Evening ,i. w. 31a loney Is Honored. Glacier Point, Oct. 9. President the first time jn history an aeroplane jTaft has decided to make a Journey to ownea by tne tinted States govern- I the Philippines in the summer of 1911 ment soared in the air yesterday; j unless a situation arises to prevent. Guided by Wilbur Wright, it flew five It has been announced he will visit times In the dedication of the govern-I Alaska and Hawaii next summer, mcnt's tract of land near here as an j The visit to the Philippines, however, aviation ground. With almost Ideal will be of greater magnitude than any conditions for spectators and a breeze 'ever before attempted by an American blowing scarcely at the rate of a mile president. He would go on a fast Sil hour, Mr. Wright began the flights I cruiser and meet the party of con ULteach the officers of the signal Igressmen in the Orient. It is believed corps how to handle the machine. this visit would have a great effect Off the starting rail at 3:35 he cir- bringing the Island possessions in cled the field for three minutes. ; closer touch with the government. Again at 4:09 Mr. Wright was off fori iiwifhitr f!,,.i - Tl,ln Hm. w .n. I I -'.. nielli. .tun hiov lie M S 111 CRANE CALLS SITUATION WITH OR1EXT SERIOl'S the air five minutes. Each time he had kept to the reservation grounds. Than Lieutenant Lahm took his place 'n th.. erlrn e;it At r. 1 . n m thn two rose probably 150 feet.' Tnpy ' living China. Janan and the United, Chicago, Oct. 9 "The situation In- went a mile and a half toward Wash ington in hardly more than as many minutes. In about five minutes they Iliad landed within twenty feet of the starting rail., In another short flight Mr. Wrigh look Lieutenant Humphreys with him. Flights probably will be made today and on days following until the officers are familiar with the new-art BUYS OWN GRAVE WITH HEBREW POEM States is admitted to be delicate, said Charles Crane, United States minister to China, who was recalled i from San Francisco on the eve of his departure for the post to which ho was recently appointed. Crane Is poinc to Washington where it Is un dantOOd he Will be criticised by Sec rotary Knox for recent utterances Which it is said were In such a strain as to give the impression that they had Ihe full approval of President Taft- Crane declares he has no knowledge of the reasons for his re call to Washington. PRESIDENT LOOKS OVER IIETt II IIF.TCIIV PROJECT New York, Oct. 9. Napthtall Herz Imher. a Hebrew poet, Zionist leader and author of the Zionist national hymn who died here yesterday, prob- abl will be buried In a crave which Glacier Point. Calif.. Oct. 9 Presl he bought many years ago. giving in (ipnt Taft aml nls nart' left here for exchange a 14 line poem in classic Hebrew. Legal documenls found to- (Contlnued on page 8.) ARM OF LAW MAY STOP COBB'S CAREER the floor of the Yosemite valley at nine this morning. A new observation day among Imber's papers told the 1 huh " orniK or a precipice nas story of his unusual barter of poetry ! boen nami Taft in honor f the for a burial plot. "A. I have neither I" esmeni. uunng nis stay tne presl Wife nor children to bury me." said the memorandum in the poet's hand- lent acquired some information con earning Hetch Hetehy on which San Cleveland, Oct. 9. It is persistent ly rumored at the court house that the grand Jury will indict Tyrus Cobb. Detroit's sensational ball player, dur ing the session this afternoon. The outfielder, it is Charged, stabbed Watchman George Stanfield at the Hotel Euclid, while the Tigers were playing here recently. On account of the world's championship series at Pittsburg, the police here allowed Cobb to leave the city but it Is rum ored that the Georgian will be arrest ed when the train frvm Pittsburg car rying the Tigers passes through Ohio tonight. writing. "I have entered into this I Francisco wants the government to contract whereby my friend Usher Kue " nKnls ror reservoirs. He did M a reus, in consideration of a poem""" ex"ref,s an' opinion on the pro written by me, and herewith convey- ect' ed to him, shall take charge of my body when I die and bury me In I CHINESE kills STEPMOTHER plot he has furnished. BRYAN DENIES HIS DAUGHTER S CANDIDATE WHEN she TAUNTS HIM The Pendleton delegation to the Synod of the Presbyterian church re turned this morning with several im portant Items of news. The synod will meet in Pt-ndleton next fall. Twenty years ago a meeting of this body was held in Pendleton. At that time the synod extended over Ore gon, Washington, Idaho and Alaska. Now it is coterminous with the state. All ministers and one elder from each church make up the member ship. The attendance Is usually in the neighborhood of one hundred. The bringing together of this body of men from all parts of the state with some of the strongest men in the church outside the state is a good thing for the city and the meet ing is usually sought by a number of places. Another item of Importance is the coming of Rev. Robert McKenzle, D. D., LLD. to deliver an address next Monday evening. Dr. McKenzle is one of the strongest men in the church. He has held important pas torates in New York and San Fran cisco, and is now president of a theo logical seminary at San Anselmo, Cal. He is also president of the col lege board of the church and In that capacity will speak next Monday evening on Christian education. He will entertain and help any one who hears him. This meeting will com mence at 8 o'clock. Those comprising the Pendleton delegation were Rev. W. L. Van Nuys, pastor of the local Presbyterian church; Elder J. W. Maloney of the Pendleton church; Rev. E W. War rington of Pilot Rock, Rev. J. M. Cor nellson and daughter, Mary Corneli son of the Tutullla Indian mission and Rev. Levi Johnson of the Milton church. In addition to the synod in New berg, the local' delegates attended the fall meeting of the Pendleton pres bytery which was held in Portland. Not only was Pendleton selected as Announces His Acceptance of Nomination for Mayor of Gotham. BE MAKES EDS ACCEPTANCE PROVISIONAL Will Make Hun For Office If Inde pendents Nominate Him on Ticket With Good Fusion Candidates Thinks Such a Ticket Would Defeat Tammany W. R. is Purely Altru istic In Motives Would Displace Barnard. New "York, Oct. 9. William R. Hearst announced at midnight that he would accept the nomination for mayor as tendered at an independent mass meeting at Cooper Union Wed nesday night. Mr. Hearsts' statement outlining the conditions upon which he will accept, is In part as follows: "Whether I am a candidate or not I will suport the rest of the fusion ticket nominated In opposition to Tammany Hall. When the Independ ence league committee withdrew from the fusion conference it declared that it still stood ready to support a frank and honest expression of progressive principles and candidates Irrespective of party. This Is your opportunity to substantiate that declaration. Nomi nate me if you so desire with the greater part of that fusion ticket be hind me and I will run. Fusion Ticket is Good. "The candidates nominated on the fusion ticket are worthy of support. The ticket is already in the field. If we nominate another ticket both tic kets may be defeated. If we nom inate the fusion ticket Tammany will be defeated. And if Tammany is de feated the citizens will win." Mr. Heart also said that his chances for election would be better on a straight independent ticket but j that he was not considering his per- the next meeting place of the synod, j Ccnal chances alone, but rather of the but honors were bestowed upon a Pendleton man when Eider J. W. Ma loney of this city was elected elder commislsoner to- attend the general assembly of the church, which meets next May in Atlantic City. Rev. Levi Johnson, formerly a resident of this city, but now pastor of the church at Milton, was chosen ministerial dele gate to the same meeting. FATHER KNICKERBOCKER HEAVES SIGH OF RELIEI New York, Oct. 9. Old Fnther Knickerbocker, battered and worn, awoke from his sleep in the grim, gray morn, and painfully crawled from his little bed and tenderly felt of his ban- singled and scored Crawford and Dele- daged head and pressed his forehead, hanty. T. Jones went out stealing third. Two runs. Pittsburg: Byrne flew out. Leach and Clnrk both out In Infield. No runs. Score. Detroit, 7, Pittsburg 2. Scoring Ends. Sixth Inning Detroit: Donovan out in infield. D. Jones out on fly. (Continued on Page Eight.) A. Y. P. FAIR WILD HAVE POST SEASON. Seattle Oct. 9. A post-exposition season will be started October 17, the exposition run ning probably six weeks longer than planned, while the exhib its are being packed. The di rectors promise a good show for a reduced price. The admission during the exlra season will be 2R cents for adults and 10 cents for children. idling and dank, and eagerly from the pitcher drank and kicked the cat and swore at his wife, then sallied forth to the toll and strife, and hanging on to nn "L"-traln strap, with his face like a threatening weather map, called Fulton and Hudson base-born knaves, said ho was glad they were in their graves and wished he could have seen them die; nnd the baleful gleam In his one good eye took In the frippery, torn nnd maded, that lined the streets where hosts had paraded, and where were the vast and cheering hordes were now but rows of empty boards; nnd he wiped his sweaty, suffering brow and swore a swear and vowed ii vow, and the whole town echoed his sad refrain, "Never again! Oh. never again!" San Luis Obispo, Cal.. Oct. 9 Cah LOuU, the son of Ah Louis, a weal thy Chinese merchant of this city, Livingston. Mont.. Oct. 9 Rrvan. confessed yesterday that he killed his en route to Portland, today denied stepmother, Gon King Louis, who was that his daughter, Mrs. Ruth Bryan I fd dead In her bed several days Leavltt, intends running for congress ' UP" witn a bullet through her body, on the democratic ticket In Colora- Tn, prisoner, who Is 41 years of do. He Indignantly denied the re- auavld that he killed his step- ports and declared the newspapers mother because she had been quar have always misrepresented him. relsomc nnd had taunted him with the J fact that all the property of the fam- WISCOXSIX BASBALL TEAM ! belonged to the father, Ah Louis. LOSES TO JAPANESE niul ",0 son na'' ,n na' toT nl1'"" thing he secured from the store. Tokio, Oct. 9. The University of Wisconsin baseball team lost to a Japanese team representing Waseda University by a score of 3 to 0. To morrow the Wisconsin boys play the Kelo team and then will return to America, Y. M. C. A. Campaign. Pueblo. Col., Oct. 9. A whirlwind campaign to raise money for the erec tion of a Young Men's Christian as sociation building In Pueblo will be commenced tomorrow. COAST SHIPPERS ARE CRAMPED BY RATES Seattle, Oct. 9. Five business men ot this city and Tacoma representing different trades, testified before the entire commerce commission today that discriminative eastern freight rates had limited the territory to the Columbia river on the Great North ern and to Walla Walla and Pendle ton on the Northern Pacific and O R. & N. They also alleged there have been practically no freight rate re ductlons to Seattle or Tacoma for the past twelve years. They said all growth in their business was due to local growth and Alaska trade eon ditions. They declared they had not shared in the prosperty or growth of eastern Oregon, Washington, Idaho. city at large. In other words he wishes the en dorsement of the Independents to en able him to head a ticket simply by displacing Otto T. Barnard, who has been nominated by the regular re publican party and endorsed by the so?called fusionists. PROSPECTS GROW BRIGHT FOR OPENING RESERVATION ROADS Fatal Auto Accident. Chicago, III., Oct. 9. A. J. Kenrns, a Rurllngton engineer, was instantly killed and Kirk Eastman, Miss Fan nie Lynn, Edgar Miller and J.. H. Robertson were injured early today when their automobile skidded into a tree. Robertson may die. Major Bwartslander, agent and superintendent upon the Umatilla res ervation, has been asked by the In dian bureau to assess the damages and benefits to result to the nllottes from the opening of the three propos ed roads ncross the reservation. At this time the major Is engaged In looking up the land through which the roads are to pass. As soon as he has gathered the necessary Informa tion and passed upon the damages and benefits he will report to the bu reau at Washington. In speaking upon the subject today Major Swartzlander said he believed the dnmages to allottes from the three roads would be but light and that In many cases the benefits to the allottes would overbalance the loss from land taken for road purposes. He also pre dicted that after the matter has been fully placed before the department the officials will act favorably upon the matter of opening the roads. Ma jor Swartzlander himself is favorable to opening the highways as was Ma jor McFatridge before him. Heirship Ijuuls. Special Agent McGuire wns at the agency but a few days ago investigat ing land cases Involving land former ly held by deceased allottees. He was sent here at the instance of United States District Attorney McCourt. It Is desired to get the heirship tangles straightened out so that money which is now held In trust may be disbursed. The settlement of the heirship cases will also make It possible for much of the heirship land to be sold. LONGEVITY ARMY OFFICERS FIND THEMSELVES IX DEBT Washington. Oct. 9. One hundred and twenty army officers who asked to draw pay from Uncle Sam for lone vlty service have been surprised In the last few days to learn that Instead of beln entitled to receiveing extra pay they are indebted to Uncle Sam. These officers, during the Spanish war, served in the places of officers of higher rank who were temporarily detained to recruiting or other duty. They received, through error, the pay of these higher officers whose posts they were filling. When thev made application for the longevity pay, the error was discovered and, as a result they have been asked to refund to the government the amounts they were overpaid at that time. This, in most cases, Is more than the longe vity pay which they asked for. Gompers Returns to America. New York, Oct. 9 Samuel Gomp ers, president of the American Fed eration of Labor, who has been in Europe studying labor conditions and problems, returned to the United States last night on the French liner La Savoie. An elaborate reception has been planned for Gompers In Washington upon his arrival there next week. JAPANESE COMMISSIONERS HEAR JAPANESE SONG Ithaca. N. Y Oct. 9 A solo sung in Japanese by Mrs. E. Burdette Smith was a feature of the welcome which the Japanese commercial com mission, now touring the United States, received at n banquet In their honor here last night. The words were written by Mrs. Smith's hus band, managing editor of the Ithaca Journal, the Japanese translation was made by Kaku Ichl Kn. a son of one of the most prominent statesmen in Japan, and the music was written by Carl Schmidt of Louisville, Ky. The song will be engrossed and for warded to the emperor of Japan, to whom it has been dedicated. NIGHT RIDFfRS AT NEFARIOUS WORK AGAIN Brooksville, Ky.. Oct. 9. Masked night riders after several weeks of quiet, fired the barn of Edward Johnson and destroyed three thou sand pounds of valuable tobacco. Af ter firing, they cut the telephone wires and Johnson was unable to summon aid from authorities. The Identity of the night riders has not been learned. AVIATOR WILL TRY FOR $50,000 PRIZE London. Oct. 9 Captain Codv the aeroplanlst. made his first prepara tions for a flight from London to Manchester, a distance of 190 miles. for the prize of $50,000 offered by the London Dally Mail He will start to day if the weather permits. SEATTLE CARS HAVE N RHOW ESCAPE Seattle, Oct. 9 Five children wore severely cut and bruised O and more than a hundred per- a sons, mostly women and chil- a dren, shaken up when an outbound Green Lake car smashed into the rear of the a trailer of a Walllngford avenue a car on West Lake trestle. Many a had narrow escapes of being crushed to death If the Impact O had been a little harder both O cars would have gone from the trestle.