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CIRCULATION IS ;
OVER 4000 DAILY
SALEM, OREGON, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1915
PRICE TWO CENTS btaitos iwb oeht
A. J& JL XLS JUL JiA-f
OUTLINES PI FOR
Sudden Mystery Develop
in the Balkan Situation
American Commerce Needs
mnt Must Give It
NAVY NEEDS 400 SHIPS
FOR AUXILIARY SERVICE
This Means-Tonnage of 1,
172,000 Gross and Is Too
Big for Capitalists
B. J. W. T. Mason.
(Writon for the United Press.)
New York, Oct. 13. A sudden mys
tery has developed iu the Balkan situ
ation, through Premier Viviani's ail
ing through Kunvmiiia. It is-very im
probable that the sea ro,ute will be
chosen, as the danger of attack from
Turkish warships is serious. If the
transits are considered safe, it is dif
ficult to undenstniid wltiy Rusaian
nouncement in the chamber of deputies i forces have not been taken to European
that tho Ki!8sians soon will be fighting
along with their French aud British
comrades iu the Balkans.
It is difficult to see how the Slavs
can send troops there, but if Viviani's
statement was made seriously and is
more than a pious wish, then a dram
atic change may occur momentarily in
southeastern Europe. It must be as
sumed at least that Russia has given
tho allies assurance of her intention
to attack Bulgaria.
The only ways open to Russia for
sending forces to Bulgaria are by trans
ports across the Black se by march-
Turkey for an attack on Constantia-
The most probable interpretation of
Viviani's announcement is that Russia
has obtained the consent of Rumania
for the passage of Russian troops
through Rumania. An expedition
through Rumania, however, would run
serious risks or having its communica
tions cut. But the Austro-tJermans
must concentrate far more than ever
now in eastern Oalicia, for the Rus
sian offensive" there may be for the
purpose of protecting a flank Rumanian
UP STUBBORN FIGHT
Washington," Oct 13. The first of
ficial announcement of the administra
tion's merchants marine bill has been
made by Secretary of the Treasury Me
Adoo in an exclusive- interview with
the United Press, in which he detailed
plans for building up a navy reserve to
be operated through a corporation in
which tho government is sole stockhold
er. This statement was made in eve of
bis departure for a western trip ou
which he will speak iu behalf of the
measure. The five chief factors were,
Hummed up as follows:
The necessity for nn' auxiliary fleet
for the navy a measure of prepared
ness in keeping with the plan of re-
Financial, Social and Com
mercial Leaders Before
United States Court
liabilitatiou of the navy's defenses,
The necessity tor immediate relief of
American commerce, so that shippers
nnd producers will :iot be dependent up
foreign flags, aud subject to exorbitant
rate and insecure route of unregulated
The hopelessness of private capital
coming promptly end vigorously to the
i-piier or American foreign trade.
Government Only Strong Enough.
The fact that tho government is the
only agency of sufficient strength and
resources to give tho quick assistance
The fact that delay means not only
the rejection of tho full possibilities of
expansion of trade, but the neglect of
tiie greatest commercial opportunity
ever offered to the nation.
"In view of world events," he said.
'the creation of a merchant marine
under the American flag is the most
vital economic problem facing America.
yi hope and believe the president
will recommend passage of this legisla
tion at the approaching session of con
gress. I hope tho shipping bill alter
ed so ns to make it meet all of today's
conditions, will become law. The fun
damentals of the bill should be re
tained, but in view of the military los
hoiis of the war, it should be so modi
fied as not only to create a merchant
imirine but to provide a fleet of steam
vrs responsive to ithe requirements of
naval auxiliaries in time of war.
"In speeches I expect to make on
tlio present trip, I will further explain
my views on these changes."
Must Hare Auxiliary Ships.
Leaning forward to emphasize his
earnestness, with hi arm outstretched,
Hie secretory continued:
"There enn be no difference of opin
ion regarding the necessary for ade
quate nnvnl auxiliaries and for devel
opment of our navy homogenotislv
Hint all parts will be suffi
irk i.-f thorough reoipro.tation
onilitidiis that have arisen in
relations -have emphasized more than
'vrr the necessity for nn adequate navy
a navy not lopsided ami unbalanced
New York, Oct. 13. Arraignment,
(preliminary to the government's trial)
of William Bocofeller, Theodore N.
Vail, Robert M. Taft, Lewis Case Led
yard, James 8. Hemingway, George F.
Baker, Henry K. Mcllarg and other
nationally-known financiers and luw
yers charged with criminally conspir-
Ling as directors and counsel, to unlaw
fully control New Kngland transporta
tion through the New Haven railroad,
began in the V. S. District court here
Probably never in any courtroom in
this country has such a distinguished
coterie of financial, social and com
mercial leaders gathered to defend
themselves from criminal charges drawn
in an indictment against them by their
William Rockefeller (alleged con
Everybody Enjoyed the Re
sort Which Will Be Greatly
Improved Next Year
BUT FORGED BACK
A'jstro-Geraan Hordes Are
Seeking Junction With
ATTACKING Oli DANUBE
SAVE AND DRINA RIVERS
W1AKING TWO HOME RUNS
United Press Umpire Neglects
His Duty By Not Calling
Him "Out On First"
Advance Is Made In Face of
Determined Resistance by
Handful of Serbians
Prof. Elliott, chnirmnn of the civics
department of the Salem Commercial!
club, appointed a committee consisting
of L. H. McMahan, W. H. Byrd and
Ralph D, Moores to arrange for a pub
lic bnUiing resort with uecessary con
veniences at some place particularly ac
cessible to children, and surrounded
with such safeguards as would secure
all bathers against accident, To this
end the civics department contributed
$50 assuming that the directors of the
club would provide all other necessary
A meeting of the ooard of directors
of the club was promptly called and it
found that all of the funds had been
so set aside and nrrnnged for other po'r-
poses, that the club could add nothing
10 top ifou approprmieu uy me civicb
depattment. A committeo then re
quested tho city council to appropriate
$250, but owing to the efforts in par
ticular of two members of the council,
the appropriation was not made, i It
became necessary tor tne
Vienna, Oct. 13. rushing their way
into the near East, Austro-Oerman
hordes, seeking a junction with their
Bulgarian ooherts, are attacking all
along the Danube and Save rivers and
on the Drina east bank, it was official
ly stated today. The hills about the
ancient city of Belgrade, overlooking
nil the river crossings, are In the in
vaders ' hands. The enemy has ad
vanced, however, only in the face of nn
admittedly heavy resistance from the
comparatively small handful of Serb
ians, who are now in danger of bo-
ing hemmed in on nil sides,
therefore, became necessary
spiracy leader), is John D. Rockefeller sj ,heffort or to ,,ecorae personally re-
n nA nf Mm wnnlthiaat mail 1
uiuu.rj am ir 4 u ........ .v.. ., - . xnn.P.
in America.. Theodore N. Vail is
president of . the American Telephone
& Telegraph company. -Hemingway is
nn Indiana politician. Ladyard was
the lute J. P. Morgan's personal coun
sel. Mcllarg is a southoru capitalist.
Baker is a New York banker and Mor
gan house pardner. T. DeWitt Cuyler
is a Philadelphia, capitalist. Francis T.
Maxwell is a Hartford capitalist
Others named in the indictment are:
Ccorga Mttcculloch Miller, Charles F.
Brooder, D. Newton Barney, Charles
M. Pratt, A. Beaton Robertson, Fred
erick F. Brewster, Kdward I). ttobbins,
John J. Billard, Kdward Mulligan.
Alexander Cochrane, Hoston capital
A decent regnrd for the safety of
children, a desire to relieve parents
of anxiety, nnd to promote liappineKs
among those too poor to afford summer
vacations, caused the committee to per
sonally assume an indebtedness of
4"2.72, and in order to pay this it was
necessary to charge ferriage.
The subjoined report shows a balance
of $107.73 on hand, and this sum has
been deposited in a bank at interest for
use next season.
The committee believes thnt the re
sults justify tho efforts. No person was
drowned nor was any person's life at
Five persons bath
east of Belgrade, are now advancing
southward from Belgrade, while the
German forces are driving the Serbians
before them about Belgrade in the di
rection of PossnrnwiU.
Montenegrin skirmishers are reported
particularly active, nnd there have
been several sharp clashes along their
By Berton Braley.
(Written for the Vnitod Press.)
Philadelphia, Oct. 13. Sound it in
Ascalon, shout it In Gath, thnt fortune
has granted a hit to Cravath; a dozen
time Gabby has stood at tho bat and
gathered on swat to his credit thereat;
a dozen times dabby has fanned or has
popped except l'or t but one little bingle
ne copped but when, on tho thirteenth
occasion, he stood, the horsehide. was
met bv the hard-driven wood nnd a
I lovely three bagger to deep center
soared then Luderus singled and Gab
by he scored. But one little run will
not conquer lor you, when tho othor
team happens to linish with two.
The first Boston tally transpired and
occurred wuen Hooper drove Barry
cluar home in the third, and tho secoad
one came in the Bixth, we would state.
when lewis brought Hohlitzel over tho
Plato (that couplet, considered us verse,
is a crime, for we put "we would
state" in to make the thing rhyme.) I
Tho Phillies, in this, the fourth game
of the lot, displayed much more
strength in the way that they swat,
lor they gathered in seven good bingles
off Shore, while Bor.ton from Chalmers,
had only one more, and tho fact of their
hitting converted this bout into some
thing that almost made some of us
"But oh, I am so wearv of tho safe
.and careful ball; theao teams seem
both so lenry of a gambling, chance at,
all, they stick to solid "sanity" and
It Was Fourth Straight Game for Boston and the Third
Won In the Ninth Inning by One Run-Phillies Wake
Up and Today's Game Was First of the Series of Real
Championship Quality Phillies No Longer Batting
Boston- It. II. O. A.
Hooper, rf 2 3 2 0
Scott, ss. 0 0 2 2
Hjenkor, cf a 1 3 JO
linblitxn), lb .00 1 0
Lewis, If I 1 0 0
Gardner, 31 1 1 2 3
Burry, 2b 0 1 1 0
Tuoinus, c 0 1 5 3
Foster, p 0 I 1 3
Gainer, lb 1 1 0 0
Cady, c 0 0 I 0
venturo stunts, to set the
Austriuns who captured Mount Llpa,1 massed humanity to roaring all at onco.
xjmv I'm.y wiiu cuun iiuiiiety ac
cording to tiio dope, their game has no
variety, no wido nnd thrilling bcoik',
Is Burned to Death
anv time imperiled
ine awav from the beach nt their own
ist, is indicted, nut tne case nguinsi nsK were rescued oy nnnur niwun,
him may fall at today's hearing. i the superintendent, and without his aid
William Hkinner, silk baron of Holy- all would have drowned.
oke, and baines H. Elton, wa eroury,: jvceessaruy, me -ucconimu.um.., Kl.-Siguard Hoppala, the
Conn., banker, were indicted, but the were limitcTl. The ferry was too small, f , , K(1,,,al dinner of
i .i l....n.n lw.lr l.u ilrAuuinff rnnniH were Hot ell-' . . . .. ' . ....
charges1 wero qiiasneu nr. a ...... ...... ... ... ..... .. - ; t,e H.lnslui wei'suiRea last winter,
Interstate Commerce Commission testi- tircly satisfactory but the safeguards j i,llrllP, (0 ,!,., ,i olaf Kessen is
i :.,.i a,.,. were nmnle anu tne mimics lor wnusr ; . . , ,
llllMIV ll!llllUlll'..-tl .. ' 1 l ..!.... : ..ln.,ni
These nre the capitalists and lawyers, sarciy aim napiuui-iw "
Serbians Beat Bulgarians.
Athens vin London, Oct. 13 Serb
inn soldiers have repulsed the Bulgari
an attempt to take heir positions
south of Znltchar, on the railroad be
tween Nish and Prorhtjvo.
Baseball Fans Are
Watching Salt Lake
Ran Francisco, Oct. 12. Ban Frnn
Cisco fandom today turned anxious
toward Salt Lake, where the Seals are
battling the Bees in whnt may be the
deciding series of the 1915 season.
While it is generally conceded that
it Is next to impossible for the Bees
to overeomo the eight and one-half
gnmo lead enjoyed by the Heals tho
strong run made bv the Utah eluh dur
ing the last few weeks is causing some
unesjiiness. It will be necessary for
Blankensliip's crew to annex six
straight games before the Seals' hold
on first place could be loosened.
otuls 5 10 27 12
Batted for lloblitzel in third.
"Butted for Thomas in sixth.
Philadelphia K. 11. O. A.
Stock, 3b 0 0 0 1
Baucroft, ss 1 2 2 II
Puskcrt, cf 1 8 3 0
Cravath, rf 0 0 1 0
Luderus, lb I 2 13 2
Whitted, If 0 0 2 0
Niohoff, 2b 1 1 3 3
Bums, c " 1 8 2
Maver, p 0 0 1 0
Hix'ey, I O 1 0 1
Becker, rr 0 0 0 0
Killifer .0,0 0 0
Uugey 0 0 0 0
t'iey sacrifice religiously when that's
the army game, until it grows prodi
giously dependable and tamo, i like
tne play that s glamorous with unex
ected skits, that mako tho grandstand
clamorous nnd give the bleachers fits,
that scorn the plans iaborous and pre
cedents of yore mid make the contest
glorious with tricks not vet pluved be
Oh, for the breathless daringness of
Cobb, of brave Detroit, for Wagner's
fine "uncari.iig.iOBs" or Matty's brain
adroit. You cannot go delirious at
what TIIKHK two tennis do, they have
n't in this "serious" pulled any stuff
But ntavlio change of scenery Willi
bring about a shift ami far from Bos
ton beanery this heavy cloud will lift,
perhaps the rush and tensity of Wil
liam l'eiin's demesne will coinpier this
propensity if you know what I mean.
Perhaps thev'll cense to quiet us with
games of "safety first" and let us nil
bo riotous and yell until we burst. Per
haps they won't perhaps they will,
But lord I'd like to get u thrill,
L R. Merrick Discusses
Markets and Other Things
Totals 5 10 27 12 1
Batted for Rlxey In ninth.
Kan for Cravath In eighth.
Runs and hits by innings:
Boston ..i... 10 000 021 5
Hits 132 OtO 02110
Philadelphia 200 200 000- 4
Hits 01 210 100 l
Summary: Home riins, Hooper, 2;
Luderus, Lewis. Throe base hits, Gard
ner. Two base hits, Luderus. Htrike
outs, by Mayer, 0; by Foster, 6; by Mix
ey, 2. Bnse on balls, .off Mayer, 0; off
Foster, 2; off Kixey, 2., Hit by pitchor,
Stock, Hooper, Luderus. Kuns respon
sible for Maver, 2; Foster, 3; Kixey, 8.
Donblo plays, Foster to Thomas to Hob
lltzel; Bancroft to Niohoff to Luderus.
Mayor allowed six hits and two runs;
Rixey, 4 hits and 3 runs. Time of game
Umpires: Klein, O'Loughlin, Kigler,
National commission's share, $5,020..
Clubs' share, Hl.82S.10.
Tim official scorinir board held a dis-
nnd decided thnt the error in
tho fourth should be creditod to Hooper
nn ac count of ground rules ns ho threw
Time of game 2:15.
K. easily been the Bensations of an other-
1 wise drnb series by their terrific hit-
0 ting iu the pinches and marvelous
0 spearing of l'hiliulelpnln hits. Hooper
0 by his day's Work today crowds Frank
0 Baker almost off the ledger of world 's
0 series fans. Baker never hit any more
0 opportunely than did Harry Hooper this
0 afternoon, In tho fourth inning, with
0 his team one run behind he came to
0 bnt and looped ono Into the crowd in
0 center field. And again ia the ninth
Inning of the crucial game of the se-
1 rieB and with the score tied he came to
I bnt and sent another ono into the snm
snot. The hit carried Philadelphia'
K. rhninplonshln with it tnto oblivion.
0 Bancroft, former Coast league player,
1 again kicked through today with one
0 of tho stellar fielding Btunts of the
0 gnmoi Speaker's smash to short in the
0 seventh inning was a terrific blow.Mt
0 almost knocked Bancroft- down when
0 ho dashed in front of it but the Const
0 boy quickly set himself and made the
0 peg to first like a veteran. The plyy
0 was lightning fust. Bancroft mnintn'n
Ojed his record of hitting In every game
O bv slamming out two singles. Nlelioff
0 1 of tho Phillies, broke the spell which
has been hanging over him and got
his first hit of the series this after
noon. Scott proved to be Boston's weakest
hitting spot during the fivo games.' He
got one hit In thu first game but thnt
finished him and he tied with Niuhoff '
for tho booby prize of the tusmd.
With ull the praise that goes to Hoop
er and Lewis and Foster, Philadelphia
paused tonight to drop a tear for Lppa
If ever a pitcher lost a heart break
ing game, it was the tull Virginian. No
body had counted on him, ho was null
and void so far as being a factor iu the
aeries was concerned, but ho stepped in
to the breach left by Mayer in the
third inning nnd raised Philadelphia's
lie cume in with the score that tied
tho game, and allowed only four hits
tho romniiiilor of the game, which is a
better record than any othor Philadel
phia pitcher has made. Two of these
hits, however, wero homers, and they
sent his hero hopes into nothing. In
the fourth inning his tuum guve him a
pair of runs, a homer by Luderus and
nn orror by Hurry Hooper furnishing
the marker. But for tho ground rules,
this error would have neon (lurdner s.
igenously, sol . . . , , y ,, declared' p'rob-; waived as not worth their royal notice
ifficient nnd.01 f ,,iu,ieri,ig and wreck- all shortcomings in fncilit.es, and on
'' oufj JJM '! nftt';!:;td. Vhey will af joyed life as many of ...en, had never
n in foreign, bfrc ,uill,e William A. enjoyed It. before.
l ot thoroughly developeif and well bul-
MM I i nil ........ II I 'rittmi tfrtl!S Oil'
'!':. n..r..i,.;.. n.'.,i i,:. ,i.,i, Tl.f..ller. Vail. Baker and theif ns-
locked up figures from the navy de-i sorbites constitute the governments
I'lirtnient. showiao thnt it remiire's 400 : punishment if the defendants are
."-i. mm ii i iii i' ii ror auxiliary purposes.
"It irt Cilllllnnn UiinwlMi1in " ha flil,!
ill. "Hint tliin fm.iinir.. 1 17? 1)00 .lirectors and counsel for
Hunt nnd' admit or deny the charges.
Pleas of not guilty and a long-drawn
trial are expecte.i. i.,.i, re under , many obligation.
To the Into Harry P. Minto, nnd to
D. C. Minto, who owns the land this
committee and those who used the
Without their active and unselfish co
operation this committee would have
failed. The committee is also under
mni.v iiblitrnt'.ons to Paul B. Wallace,
proved gulity. ! F. B. Month wiek. Chas. K. Hpnulding
Tlie government - , nmi fhu Jjenmson.
not expected to survive, as the result of
an explosion wln-n they attempted to
start a fire in n stove with distillate.
MAY MOVE SERBIAN CAPITAL.
The Score by Innings,
First: Boston Hooper up, singled to
center ou first .bull pitched. Hcott up.
popped u foul to I.iiiierus. Mpeuker up,
forced Hooper lit second, Luderus to
Bancroft. Hold.tzcl up, foul, strike
one: foul, strike two; ball one, bull
By George R, Holmes.
Mail order houses, one cent postage, ( I lliteil rress s.ni r corr.,Bp.,.,.
. :. . ... . . . 1l. :l.. .1... .... 1 . f ... 11 llitprv llnfiticr.
a public market, limners ingiits, ami 1 uu,i. i"i., , i i
..'.i i ..iii. .ii r the 11115 ed t ion of Homerun linker,
last evening nt the commercial duo, ' gave Boston another world's baseball j two, foul, hpenker out stealing, Hums
when L. II Merrick, secretary of the championship this afternoon with two j to Bancroft. No runs, ono hit, no er
Oregon 'llet'nil Merchant' association, home runs into the center field bleach-1 n,rs.
addressed the mercantile department of " Tn California!! enmo to bat Inj l.,per 's smash to center on the first
the commercial club. the ninth Inning with the score tied at i ,itihed ball brought u nigh of despuir
The iinimrmnt miestioti of getting 4 and 4 and scut t.le 1115 series into fnnn the crowd, but Mayor wus quickly
the farmers and Hiilem merchants to-' history with a terntic clout wuu n nrted rrom Hanger.
gether was taken op by Mr. Merrick,! cleared the center field fence on Hie Philadelphia Mtock up,
in which he advocated a public mnrket 1 bounce hy three teet. It was mo roorio i ninca nil ny pitcnoii pun
and u farmers' night, when farmers straight victory for Hoston ami iiio
.......i.i I... :i.;.i ..rt,.i tn .. ' i.i.,i twi,,i.v wliicti tmd been won in i
Paris, Oct. 13. After one transfer til-, , . . . i n. , .... ,,.., ,,IH of; the ninth inning bv one run.
ready, still nno'iier shift of the Herbifin ,,, :,..,, iria i,i.,n ..t ,lr,., crmvil muiimcd down upon the
capital is in prospect. This time, it Is j , ht .(n (ri( ,,v other-field as Killifer, pinch hitting for Itix-,
re airieii. n m . u -""'" . i ,,,, fnnm t,. be iciiet i-ii . ' i
in in Mimiiniii ui ....j ..7. T ,,,,,,, ,nrkef wn sure fo come'
urn iioblit.i'l. iiiiucrort too mini nun
game i punkert seennd Luderus up, bull one,
up, hull one, strike one, calieil; roul,
strike two; bull two. Bnimroft singled
to left, Mtnik being held at second.
I'nnkert up, safe ou r.n infield hit, fill
ing Hie bugs. Crnvnth up, strike one,
.'mis can only be supplied in part !
iroin vessels under American registry,
obviously, if they are built by the gov
ernment thev cannot bo left idle in
lirectors of the New Haven,
cy made the last out and fought to get j swung; Htoi k out at pinto und Cravath
neiir tlie Boston bench where Hooper ' doubled at first, Foster to ThomiiB to
nisu me vw r ....r -"!" '" , or (ri an the general opinion was being mobbed by his ,oyttil t.
lo full into Bulgarian hands before the, wftH ,, , g ,!lillir fr ,,th; mn)i() j.,)r lintH ,., ,,
(iermnus reach it. ,( (lia. r. , Jt T) nm fnriner. This wns tl(. ,.rwd roirgid around the Bom
I. I . I w',h Kriut 'W' "ie c'"t'',,',
Vlol.'IH'l, lltl. .i;ff,. nprMnn eonteillli.
n.maiiirncr clnuse of the Sherman; ..,.;,,i;.;ni tl.ia bench net
Anti-Trust luw t)V conspiring ... .,.,,. i,v i,urchase of the prniverty anil i siroirgie n.e m-.ua ..-..-,1 .n
mid the road's finances and, through ; ; prvidi;,K' rouy nceoinm-slations and 're,lited here today. , High officials said
JAP TROOPS NOT TO HELP.
Paris, Oct. 13.- The reort that Jup
a:.('KU troops ns an aid to the Balkan
llhe speaker's opi.iion after noting the
success or markets liepi nt Aiunny, r,n-
beni'h, cluinoriug for a sight of the new
home-inn hero, nut no was spirm-n
buving up the Boston
& Maine and
To this tho committee reg-
B-rlin, by wireless to Turkerton, N.
Oct. 12. The Aimtiui-Uerman in-
other rail lines, gained unlawful con- un pn(,r(j(.til, T,rtest. The public
trol of New Kngland trnnsiKirtution. rtniniy Bffnl to buy the proper
n:ni-.,r... at Die time the road s ( i.r ,.in nr t jf ji ia
Tatnc In Wflil affairs were Investigated showed that f;lf rpnti ,.r).pt ....uiafp ccomrao,la
l?nU,4l millions of dollars of small investors , 1(nng ,, nttrncti,.ns and have care
I liioncv were lianueu ui jmk" t tint no accineiim tM-i-ur. n u u..,.. .
! i. ' r;,.n.i. inl tnuule that it took "'!. bv private ivrsons for privute
I . . ......... -...1,1- in nn I Im to get ...fit i. nl.lln will iiiiv sit the ex-
L . ....-!. Inert InVCSUglllum ma.... - wi.'iii. .... I --.-
"e c uureu .-'eroian p'miiinns . .. . affair. ..... i, m a profit to t ie snecuiniors.
-outheast aud southwest of Belgrade, ; '"p " nr,.. small landholders Thp ,,Nt io i,,Jividunls will make if
wen ns making advances in tne i ' 'n investors, particularly tr,,l,iliitivf to manv poor children, and
n,endr .li.tTi. ssld a of f iclil f "nF?X U h sunk all Lsnv drownings will result,
statement today. At Belgrade. thoytn wiiiue in New Hyen ,0(k'1 We Insist that every effort fo make
took nine ships, 20 csnnoa, many rifles, t.''';r l,,e grown to consider an tuitable arrangemeiits for next year
"inch smaiunitinn and more Uaa ' , 11 . "n?llibl financial institution, undertaken bv the different civic
l'oner. lmT ..,n " . k inveMiga-l :
i found Wionisriivi., n -
i.n Vinsllv concluded, either poor,
wero reported as
Muscovite clnitns of progress
"trypa nver in Oalicta were
Hussiaa attacks, it wm said
'ess.-d on the northeastern front. The
Austrian advanced notheast of ivole
"ice, and along the Htyi river.
(Continued on Pair Two.)
, on the PMI dj;P.'tn oker, WeH-rfti with William Rockefeller, alleged to
Brrws and Cocur.n. .sked aftd , h.v, been the moving spirit in tU
, hae, Brrwster an i ,,n,i 'New Haven consriirarr."
,i Tl, ,ton eit. separate .. .... . . . . -in t-
:.,rler Vail MawHl and Mui- All ta iierennani, nowrver, wm n
ligsa wer. granted - .eparate trialj arraigned today.
tlutt it was felt su.-il a step would have
a bad effct n,i neutral public opinion
gene and Rosoburg. He was of the wttV und the crowd was forced to de-
. . . . i .. . .... ..... i.... i -i. ... , ' . . . .
opinion iiini ine iiiruunn iiu.m.-i ": imrt williout getting lo linn
a failure, from the met uiui so i.ianr
.lapaneso took nilviintage of it, and
that manv who wero selling in th
mnrket wero not farmers, but merely j
uirents. mis ioei. in an ineiii nirrf.
I'liilailelohia lost a batting churn-
pious. After the wenkest hitting in a
world's series, the Phillies suddenly
mind their butting eyes at tho start of
the ifauiii nnd biunbardeil roster for
f &IDNT) ,
Oregon : To
west, I o u d y,
strong near the
ninu hits, including
I home run.
' Today's game wus the first reallv
; championship game of the series. It
was replete with dramatic moments,
, terrific hitting in the pinches and clev-
was one where only farmers who actual
ly rsined their produce would be per
mitted to sell,
The trnding stamp proposition was sn
evil apiinst which he warned the
merchants, especiallv since the anli-
,- . i. :n . i i... ...uf
irauing sunup inn punit-.i ... i i,..n. i ,. t.l ;
legislature was declurcl iiiieousiitiition., .,.7 -t,ir,,i ,, In the first
! .... ,. v..rli,L.. lint bill Sox bv
business, due mostly to unwise credits, " .,,., ,!i ,.:
over buying and In.k of a.tention to, d.,... b"' r.
biisiniHis. WiMi.isr's history mukinar wallop, in thel
Tlie association vnicn ir ..i.(...-. . - . i ., . .,.,,.:,
and smoker at the next meeting, a olintntn was granu ii.in.e iu . m-,.
the president, H. W. Meyers, anointed ' Kme.
The. -lore Hoth. Wintl. op Hammond! Hoston 's ouff , eld named the best In
.,Teorge Wechter . committee', baseball, lived up o its reputation
os arraagement. I M! Lewi, and Harry Hooper hav.
strike one, strike two. Luderus doub
led, scoring Bancroft and Puskcrt.
Whitted up, strike one, foul; bull one,
bull two, bull three. V.'hitted flew to
Speaker. Two runs, three hits, no er
rors. Luderus' donblo wus a high ono
which curried almost to the left field
wall. Lewis niiidu a dosperutu effort
to get it but tailed.
Hi Second: Huston -Hoblitr.nl up, strilio
one, culled; strike two, called; ball
one, fool, foul. Hoblit.e) out, Luder
us to Mayer, who en.. -red first. Lewis
up, strike one, culled; bull one, foul,
strike two; bail two. Lewis out, Bau
croft to Luderus. (lardner up, tripled
to center. Harry up, strike one, culled;
ball one. Barry singled over second,
scoring (lurdner. Thomas up, bull one,
strike one, swung. Thomas singled to
center, Hurry stopping ut second. Foster
up, strike one, culled. Foster pupped
to Luderus. One run, three hits, no
(ladiier's triple lucked six inches of
being a homo run.
Philadelphia Niohoff up, strike one,
swung; strike two, called. Niehoft
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