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VOLUME I. MOSCOW, LATAH COUNTY, IDAHO, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1911 NUMBER 15 GIANTS DEFEAT PHILADELPHIA BY 2 TO 1 - 1 -I Brilliant Pitcher's Battle Won By Close Score Today=Baker is Slightly Injured. BATTERIES. Philadelphia — Bender and For Thomas. For New Meyers. and York—Matthewson UMPIRES. Behind hat—Klein. On bases—Dlneen. Outfield— Connelly and Brennan. SCORE BY INNINGS. 00010010 0—2 New York Philadelphia ... .0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0—1 New York—R. 2, H. 5, E. 0. Philadelphia— R. 1, H. 6, E. 1. POLO GROUNDS, New York, Oct 14, —After a pitcher's battle that is al most unparalleled in baseball history, New York won over the Athletics In the first game of the world's champion ship series. "Chief' Bender and Mathewson were both in great form. The former allowed the short end of the hits, but the Giants bunched their slugging with more effect. Only 11 hits were registered in the game. Snodgrass sliding into third cut Baker on the left leg and arm, but Baker continued the game. It was the only accident in the game. WOULD OUST GIANTS. At the close of the game today Presi dent Ban B. Johnson of the American league, who is also a member of the National baseball commission, said that he would vote for the expulsion of the Giants from the National league if it could be shown that the club had anything to do with allowing the ticket speculators to get tickets for the world's series games. "Big Six" ! Fans Wait From Midnight. NEW YORK, Oct. 14.—Eager for a chance to see the first game In the world's series the bleacherites began gathering at the polo grounds at mid night. When the gates opened this morning there were lined up, and at 11 o'clock when the last ticket was sold there were 5000 10,000 people DEATH LIST GR0WS= BANDITS TOOK FOOD MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Oct. 14.— Confirmation of the report that from 300 to 500 people perished along the coast and at Guayamas during the Oc tober storm reached here today. It is hard to get supplies to the stricken region because bandits in the Sonora district are seizing any pack trains. unguarded SAN DIEGO, Cal., Oct. 14.—Bringing tales of the terrible hurricane that laid ITALY PLANS RETALIATION LONDON, Oct. 14.—The continu ance of the Tufko-Italian war depends upon the result of the struggle being waged between the Young Turks and the Conservatives for the control of parliament which meets today, the Young Turks win they will con tinue the war sure. Semi-official announcements from Rome say the Italian forces will at tack Smyrna and Salonika if the Ital ians in Smyrna are molested. In Tripoli the situation Is unchanged. If Indicted; He Skips. CATOMA, Oct. 14.—That W. A. Mc Kenzie, government census agent was disappointed fans outside, over 50,000 people on the grounds and ground buildings and the sur rounding buildings are crowded There are Athletics Are Weakened. NEW YORK, Oct. 14.—With Man agers McGraw and Mack each con fident of victory and thousands of far. awaiting for the cry of "Play Ball," the first day of the world's champion ship series between the Giants and the Athletics dawned cool and cloudy with every promise of ideal baseball weather this afternoon. New signals will be used by both teams. Thousands were at the gates long before noon, and a flood of counter feit tickets delayed matters for a short time. The American league champions will enter the contest considerably weak ened because a bad wrist will keep Stuffy Mclnnis out of the game today, and possibly for the entire series. Harry Davis, the veteran first base man will replace him, but he doesn't show his old dash. NEW YORK, Oct. 14.—All prepara tions are complete this morning for the starting of the world's series be tween the Philadelphia Americans and McGraw's Gaints. It is problematical whether First Baseman Mclnnes. of the Philadelphia team and Captain Doyle, who are crippled by strained ligaments will go into the game. Both are improving rapidly however and declare they will be in the game. Little betting on the outcome of the battle prevails here and what betting there is is at even money. Attendance at the opening game to morrow is expected to break all rec ords. The teams will line up in the follow ing order: New York—Dovore, If; Doyle, 2b; Snodgrass or Murray, rf; Merkle, lb; Herzog, 3b; Fletcher, ss; Meyers, c; Mathews, p. Philadelphia—Lord, If; Oldring, cf; Collins, 2b; Baker, 3b; Murphy, rf; Mclnnis. lb; Barry, ss; Thomas, c; Bender, p. waste miles on the west coast of Mex ico and caused a great loss of life and wrecked many crafts, the steamer Benito, from Jaurez arrived here from Mazatlan and other Mexican ports. She escaped destruction only by the prompt action of Captain Miranda who put into Banderas bay the day the storm started and remained until it had blown over. He reported pass ing three wrecked vessels and several damaged ones. "tipped off" and disappeared Spokane is the charge made by Deputy Marshal Crosby today. McKenzie was indicted for census frauds Wednesday. from BOONE MUST PAY CRIME PENALTY OLYMPIA, Wn„ Oct. 14.—State sen ator Boone of Whitman county must go to the penitentiary for from one to ten years for embezzling $22,00 from the Palouse State Bank of which he was president before it failed. The supreme court would not entertain his appeal. Oscar Peterson, with the Empire Hardware company of this city, is vis iting the Lewiston fair today. I JUVENILE BOOTLEGER CHARGE AGAINST BOV t Although only 17 years old, Lee Gil ly appeared before Judge Morgareidge in the juvenile court this morning to answer to a charge of bootlegging. Gilly was arrested by Chief Blacker, and is charged with furnishing booze to Ralph Zumhof, an employe of the Creighton store, who is also under H. Gilly has been driving a de age. livery wagon for O. C. Carssow. The officers claim to have a strong case against the boy. It is claimed that he shipped four quarts of whis key from Portland to Moscow. Three of these were found in the hay mow of the Carssow barn. The other, which had been opened was secured from the boy. The box in which the ship ment arrived was discovered on the JESSE SCOTT ESCAPES FROM SHERIFF'S DEPUTY Believing that youth was no bar to doing as the others did Jesse Scott, aged 13, sentenced from Latah county to the state reformatory escaped fj'om the custody of Special Deputy Sheriff Frank Brown at Spokane yesterday. According to a message received this morning the boy was captured after an all night search. Sheriff Brown had made up his mind that this prisoner should not get away. To make sure he deputized his son to convey the boy to the reformatory. Until they reached Spokane the youthful sheriff kept his eye closely upon the boy; but in the city the task was not so easy. There were too many distractions. The escape occurred at the N. P. depot, while Brown was arranging Pullman transportation for himself and his prisoner. Scott stood at the deputy's elbow as the other was pur JUSTICE HARLAND DEAD OF ACUTE BRONCHITIS WASHINGTON, D. C., Oce. 14.—As sociate Justice John M. Harlan of the United States Supreme court died at his home here at 8:15 o'clock this morning. Death was caused by acute bronchitis which began with a cold Monday. Owing to his extreme age, which was 87 years, the death was ex pected and his entire family was at his bedside. Justice Harlan was dean of the jus tices of the supreme court, his term being the longest in the history of that tribunal, excepting that of John Marshal. Justice Harlan recently came into great prominence because of his dis senting opinion in the Standard Oil and Tobacco trust cases, in which he TOBACCO TRUST IS REORGANIZED NEW YORK, Oct. 14.—The details of the reorganization of the tobacco trust under the supreme court orders were learned today. The original corpora tion will be dissolved into three com panies to be known as the P. Lorillard company, Liggett & Meyers, and the American Tobacco The company. trust bonds will be exchanged for bonds of the new concerns. Negroes Honor Taft. LOS ANGELES, Oct. 14.—In remem berance of his recognition of the negro race, President Taft next Monday afternoon will be recipient of creek banks by the chief. Gilly claims that he got the whiskey for his own use. Gilly was up before the probate officer two years ago on a charge of delinquency, and was put out on pro bate. The only witnesses called at the trial this morning were Mrs. Gilley, the boy's mother and Ralph Zumhof. Mrs. Gilly testified that the boy is obedient in every respect and is supporting the family. Gilly testified that this is his first time he has ordered whiskey. He said the four quart bottles cost him $2.50, express prepaid. He claim ed that no one else had any interest in the shipment whatever. Gilly was found guilty this morning, but sentence has not been passed. chasing the tickets. A moment later he was gone. Upon learning of the escape Sheriff Brown started at once for Spokane, but was headed off by a telegram this morning. Jesse Scott had long planned to piake his escape while on his road to St. Anthony. He had determined to fnake a get-away, and become a bandit among the hills of the north. "How far will your gun shoot?" he asked one of the deputies, the day be fore he left. "About a mile" was the reply. "Gee!" said the boy. "Would you shoot a fellow if he was running?" "Sure, I couldn't pay $25 for a gun and then not shoot whenever there was a chance to." Jesse dropped the idea of a get-away during office hours then, and content ed himself with attempting to pick the lock of his room during the night. In this he was unsuccessful. objected strenuously to "the rule of reason" being used in the interpreta tion of the anti-trust laws. His death makes it necessary for President Taft to make a fifth selec tion for the supreme bench, which will make his appointees a majority in that tribunal. Dlssapointment Hurt. Only Justice John Marshall exceed ed the term of Harlan's service and Justice Harlan would have only had to live until next spring to break all records. His ambition was the chief justiceship, and when Taft appointed Justice White to that office Harlan showed no disapointment, but his health failed rapidly afterward. a handsome gold tablet which will be presented him by the Afro-American council of Los Angeles. C. E.'S RECEIVED Male Quartet Reading, "His Chum," Constance Hall Song, "When You and I Were Young, GENESEE, Oct. 14.—The Christian Endeavor reception jast night proved a real treat and was one of the most pleasant social functions of the sea There was a delightful program followed by The pro son. of music and readings games and refreshments, gram follows: Musical selection FIGHT OVER JURORS IS CONTINUED TODAY LOS ANGELES, Oct. 14.—The fight to determine whether an opinionated juror shall be permitted to try the Mc Namaras if he is willing to claim that he can lay aside his prejudices was continued today. It seems certain that Venireman Nelson, the first juror drawn will not remain. Judge Bordwell is expected to excuse him for cause, but if he will not the defense will exercise a peremptory challenge. Witnesses See McNamara. The attorneys for the defense were angered today by the act of the prose THE MANCHE DYNASTY IS TOTTERING TO ITS FALL TOKIO, Oct. 14.—With the Han re bellion spreading rapidly through China, Pekin dispatches today say that the fall of the capital is hourly immanent. It is believed in Pekin is about that the Manchu dynasty ready to go. The cities of Nanking, and Kaiseng have been captured and are burning, and the populous provinces of Szec houn, Kwang, Tung. Hunan, Hoan, and Kaingsu are controlled by the revolu tionists. In Pekin the conditions are growing Three divisions of the army are being mobilized there to oppose the revolutionists in the field. worse. Fnseo Chinks Send Coin. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 14.—Excit ed over the Chinese revolt against the Manchu dynasty the Chinese of San I Francisco this morning held a meeting which resulted in sending $20,000 to SINGLE HANDED SAVES FOUR DROWNING MEN SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 14.—Midship man Hubert Roeseh, formerly of Pendleton, Oregon, now stationed on the United States cruiser Colorado, is the hero of the Pacific cruiser fleet today. Last night he saved four sailors from drowning when a launch from the Maggie" Reading, "Aunt Hattie's Opinion on Matrimony". Vocal duet, selected Hah Larrabee and Jessie Wardrobe Guitar duet, selected. Miss Dorothy Driscoll, E. A. Harden Male Quartet Rev. G. L. Shul! Mrs. Geo. Pollett Musical selection Is Laid to Rest. The funeral of the late Mrs. Alicia M. Cozier, wife of Marshal Cozier, was held this morning at 10 o'clock at the Catholic church. Rev. Father Pecoul officiating. The services were attend ed by a host of sorrowing friends. Interment was made in the Catholic cemetery. WALSH IS FREE But Bank-Wreoker Must Report to Federal Judge. LEAVENWORTH, Oct. 14.—The formal order paroling Banker John R. Walsh was received at the penitentiary this morning. Walsh will spend his declining years with his son and other relatives, reporting from time to time to the judge of the first federal dis trict. Walsh was denied a pardon by President Taft a year ago. cution which lias been bringing in wit nesses and allowing them to look Mc Namara over in the court room before they are put on the stand. Deputy District Attorney Horton said; "In a nutshell our contention is that the defendant is not entitled to a safq jury, but only to an impartial one. Me argued that no intelligent man could read about the case and not form an opinion. Horton character ized Nelson as impartial and fair. The McNamara trial adjourned at noon until Monday morning. Judge McNutt, for the defense said he could not accept Nelson because he was biased. China. Larger sums are being col lected among the Chinese and will be sent soon. Revolution's Leader Here. DENVER, Oct. 14.—Somewhere be tween Denver and San Francisco to day is Dr. Sun Yat, alleged to be the real leader of the Chinese revolution and the prospective president of the new anti-Manchu republic. He has a price of $100,000 on his head. Dr. Yat left Denver Thursday night with an idea of getting back to China as rapidly as possible. Pekin Troops Rebel. that the Pekin troops had uprisen, and that there was heavy fighting all last night. VANCOUVER, Wn„ Oct. 14.—The local Chinese reform society received a cable today from Shanghai, stating Virginia struck a whaleboat contain ing 38 marines from the Maryland, in a fog. All the launches in the vicinity an swered the alarm and Roeseh plung ed into the bay and, single handed, hauled out four men. J. R. Charliz, a musician is missing. He is believed to have perished. SUFFRAGE LEAD GROWS California Women Roll Up Larger Ma jorities for Right to Vote. SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 14. — With returns at hand from all but 146 of the 3121 precincts of the state, woman suffrage today leads by 2724 majority and a canvas of unreported districts indicates a bigger lead coming. New World's Record. SANTA MONICA, Oct. 14.—In a Na tional car Charles Merz won the heavy car event in the Santa Monica road race. The time for the 151 miles was 2:02:38, a world's record. Bert Ding ley in a Pope Hartford was second. Twenty thousand people witnessed the contest. Story Is Faked. PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 14.—The two boys who are accusing Holmberg of the Hill murder practically admitted today that they had faked up the story of the murder to get the reward of fered. G. W. Wilton of Princeton, a for mer member of the board of commis sioners for Latah county, was in the city on business yesterday.