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Canton News Democrat (Newspaper) - October 9, 1912, Canton, Ohio Pori the news Democrat Exira Renty eighth Yew Canton Ohio wednesday evening october 9, 1912. Weather rain tonight and thursday a older thursday. Price one cent Kuy Pauk Boston. Ort. 9 r l f a zest were vacant when i v tarted the management. Irk the special bleacher a a a uld bold 35.000 people umpires. Ind the Bat a Loughlin. Rygler left foul line ii i kit foul Len it Kvan in. A. Lumur Hli it Urh account the new bleacher. In m shortened the Field a Ira Quot a 2b. Or a a. Of. Lie la. Tog. Does t. Fun a. A it a. Pm min h role was made uniting a drive he seat to it re to two bases. The ii Ink 18. W Voitik. No run. Hooper . Or ukr so. Speaker . Lewis . A Aulner 3b. Stahl la. Wagner As. Arr gait c. Collins p a a. Aft a cute there was cod Ible delay while Mcgraw Reed his batting order in the re Trent Snodgrass replaced Devore e top the giants Hatting Orcas was it alb <1 at 2 first inning. A York Snodgrass the first to fact a Hina leaned the a Quot i a it boosted it ugly into the left Field bleachers double Doyle with the count and two fanned out swiping a hinder the third one which was Hecker rolled an easy one to j and was thrown out at first Grasa going to third in the play. Is Vias very slow and deliberate when he showed an inclination to Ball Empire Loughlin took out while he shooed the photog Sra out the ring. Manager Stahl led his impatience by suggest it the arbiter that evening was g apace and received a Cantor Bis proffered suggestion y bounded a hot one to Collins he knocked Down with Bis Bare in time to retire red. No runs hit no errors. Stone Mathews n was Given a Ashr walked to the Mound and megaphone gives play to crowds fans an immense crowd attended the news Democrat s megaphone party in front Klafter a Cigar store in the Public Square tuesday afternoon when detailed reports the game were received by innings. An equally Large crowd was hand wednesday and the service will be continued through the series. Every play is Given in detail by United Presa leased wire direct from the Field and is read to the crowd less than two minutes after the inning closes. Into the air. Speaker and Markle both Slid into first Markle getting the decision. Lewis flied High to Murray. Gardner grounded out Doyle to Merkle. No runs no hits no errors. Fourth inning. Giants Murray tripled. To right Centre. Ilia drive was a liner Over second which Hooper did t time right the Ball getting past the red sox right fielder which gave Murray an extra base Merkle fouled to combatants score Lively Ati outsmart darkness 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 to 1 12 13 r. A i. New York 0 i 0 i 0 0 0 3 0 i 0 1# 6 i i 5 Boston 3 0 0 0 i 0 0 i 0 i 0 6 i i i line Matty touching him out after capturing his Little roller no runs one hit one error seventh inning. New York Herzog started for the giant with a clean smash to right Meyers flew out to Yerkes. Herzog stole second securing the Benefit the Clote decision by a Beautiful tilde into the bag. Fletcher popped out to Stahl. Matty struck out. No run8 one it no errors Bostons Carrigan out Herzog to Merkle. Matty fanned Collins. Hooper Oul Doyle to Merkle no runs no hits no errors eighth inning. New York Snodgrass was Safe at first Lewis Muff his Short line Fly. Doyle made his first hit the game a hard grounder to Centre for a single. Becker forced Doyle at second Yerkes to Wagner Snodgrass reaching third the play. Murray doubled into the left Field bleachers. Scoring Snodgrass and putting Becker the third sack the rapid hitting i confident worked the undoing Collins who it no being re j name Christy Mathewson which Sug v yall who had been warming tested a real Battle whoever might be by Grantland Rice. By United press fun wat Park Boston mass oct. 9.�?As the giant legion swung out across the Field at Fenway Park today at 1 15 Boston fans gazed at once in the direction Mathewson the a big gun Quot picked in Advance to Are his shrapnel into the charging red sox attack. For new York it was Mathewson Good night. While All Boston was after Tesreau s downfall there was still something in that up for the last three innings. Merkle fouled High to Carrigan near the stand Between Home plate and first. Carrigan misjudged a High foul by Herzog that scraped the stand Between Home and first. The Ball landed in his Mitt. But did no to stick. Herzog doubled into the left Field bleachers scoring Becker and Murray and putting the giants one run to the Good. Meyers grounded Gardner close to the stand. Herzog our Wagner to 8tahl three runs hit a Long High sacrifice Fly to speaker j three hits one error. Murray scoring after the catch. Speak Bostons Yerkes flied to Murray went so far into Centre to get the speaker rolled to Matty. I owls drove Ball that he did not even turn around8 Long a into deep bleachers Mur to watch Murray go Home. Meyers Ray went Back to the Low Fence in grounded to Wagner in deep Short front the bleachers to get it. I Ean but it was too hot for the red sox Long backwards Over the Fence the Ball Captain and it went As a single for j bit his Glove and toppled him Over into the giant Catcher. Fletcher hit a crowd and out sight. Lewis got line Fly to Hooper in deep right. One credit for a double. Gardner singled run two hits no errors. Through Fletcher scoring Lewis. Doyle Collins was Back in his rather in ribbed Stahl s Gro Nufler with his certain stride the first and second Bare hand and then fumbled it and innings in this session. Murray Gardner was Safe third. Stahl stole triple and Meyers single a Ere hard second. Mathewson fanned Wagner smashes and speaker and Hooper had one run two hits one error the Victor. So Boston watched the old War horse come . Head up easy swinging stride keen eyes instantly Alert to the vast expanse Battlefield where any Long smashing hit meant three bases the circuit and where an outfielder must run fast and far to Check off a single that once let by meant a triple a four base blow. Fenway Field is deeper from every Angle than the Polo grounds and this feature fell to Mathewson a gaze the second he Cne through the Gates and he did not appear elated. The morning Sun changed at noon to a Gray Day and a sniffing wind came from the Northeast predicting colder weather. Yet the red sox legion was at work by noon two hours before play the giant pounded through the Gates a Little later. In parallel lines they pegged the missile Back and Forth warming up easily and slowly in the Sun less air. The Boston s cultured fandom was evidently b As wildly enthusiastic than that new York and at 1 30 there Weie still Large vacant latches in the unreserved Section the bleachers. It was a quiet a demonstrative crowd which had apparently come out prepared to see the undoing a somewhat blatant and boastful rival and which in Nowise fearful the outcome disposed to become easier overt proposition. The grandstands filled slowly but gave Early indications a greater popularity the National sport among the women the Hub than was displayed at the Polo grounds yesterday. One feature which crowned the giants Early practice Lay in the Speed with which Mcgraw rushed out his wrecking Crew for Pinch flitting purposes. Mccormick Wilson and Crandall blazed away at Xvi lose g Cross Are to j he Edge in Case Stahl started Collins. Flatly contradict Teddy to Back track to get drives by Herzog and Fletcher. Bostons Stahl struck out missing a Low one Over the outside Corner for his third swing Wagner flied to Murray in Short right Centre. Carrigan ninth inning. New York Fletcher out Wagner to Stahl. Mathewson flied to Stahl. 8nodgrass walked. Snodgrass stole second. Doyle walked. Becker walked filling the bases. Murray grounded to Wilson adopts vernacular baseball eans Hooper stepped out with his con the fans gave him a cheer j toward third being thrown out by a Quick throw to Merkle. No runs no hits no errors this was another easy inning for malty and the old giant mainstay seemed to be Back in his regular being in the second third and fourth innings Only to red sox were at Bat. Fifth inning. New York Mathewson got another hand and fanned. Carrigan thereby killing off an easy Chance i dropped the third strike and Matty Lible Hooper at second. Speaker started for first but Carrigan s throw it Mathewson Fiat footed and Laid beat him easily. Snodgrass was Over w bin Down tin third base line anxious and duplicated Mathew son s a the bases with no one out. It strike out stunt. Doyle flied to Lewis a bad Bole for big six but one in Short left and another half inning he responded with a scratch Matty went after the Bounder a to that it rolled out is own real ii and Between Doyle Merkle Yerkes was next up und the fourth Ball pitched swung at de Ime and helped Hooper make fit1 St s ii1 Ess Iii steal tin series Lewa Safe when Fletcher let his Fly bound out his awaiting runs no the Boston fans proceeded to their voc if oils approval. Lewis need to Herzog whose Quick w to Meyers forced Hooper at the Gardner hit a High Bounder i Matty could t quite reach i stooped up and retired the Are at first. Yerkes scoring the Matty was credited with an Astor deflecting the Ball to Doyle. >1 singled through Herzog scoring Aker and fowls. Wagner flew out Hiki runs three a gnk Koh. Second inning. New York Merkle fell an easy m to it three itch. ,1 balls the third Herzog roused stands with a smashing triple to boil entre his sprint around Pat in being culminated by a an i t Holch landed him afe quoth Meyers Short drive a third base line took a bad Tolj. Gardner squarely in the count h Quot in to him Down almost Lay fare Down while Fletcher a High Fly a a tar one run scored a a a it for h mkt jurors. Boc in grounded to in a a but a St Collins Darkie n my Nln but 1 0>,e Quot be through bases \ Rig it foul Lin a Tor Hie a y r s ouf. Fletcher to one hit no jors0 fun Ion with it it it aut he 8e 0nd s v a a it was cd it faculty it tutored that his was wound up in Short order no runs no hits no Erk Rel Hoston Collins fanned the third strike being called. In Celebration strike being Calle. Hooper connected for a line single to Centre the third Suc line single to Centre the third successful connection in three times up. As soon As the Sun demonstrated that it was the Job for keeps Murray and Snodgrass inter changed positions the latter donning his goggles and taking the Sun parlor in right Field. Fletcher dropped Meyers throw to catch Hooper stealing and he was Safe at second. Yerkes the Pinch hitting hero the first game came through with a triple to Centre. Hooper scoring. Speaker lined to Fletcher who threw to Herzog doubling up Yerkes at third one run two hits one error sixth inning. New York Becker drove an easy one to Yerkes and was thrown out to Stahl. Murray was again there with the Wallop and singled safely to right. Merkle flew out to speaker in deep left Centre. Murray was caught by a Yard. Carrigan to Wagner his lame attempt to steal second. No runs one hit no errors. Murray s unsuccessful attempt to pilfer second gave the first test to Carrigan sarm. The demonstration Given by the red sox Catcher was thoroughly satisfactory to Boston. Bostons Lewis Bounder was too hot for Fletcher to handle but the giant shortstop made a game attempt to recover. He was unsuccessful and Becker at second no hits no errors Bostons Carrigan out Matty to Merkle. Hall fouled to Herzog. Hooper flied out to Doyle. No runs no hits no errors. Tenth inning. New York Merkle tripled to left Centre. Herzog out Wagner to Stahl. Heyers walked Mccormick Batter for Fletcher. Mccormick flied to Lewis scoring Merkle from third Matty flied out to Yerkes one run one hit no errors Bostons Yerkes out Wilson to Merkle. Speaker tripled to Canter and was Safe at the plate when Wilson dropped Shafer s relay. Lewis doubled to Centre Field. Gardner out Doyle to Merkle. Stahl out Herzog to Merkle. One run two hits one error eleventh inning. New York Bedient replaced Hall Snodgrass was hit by pitched Ball Doyle struck out. Snodgrass died stealing Carrigan to Wagner no runs no hits no errors. Bostons Wagner out Shafer to Merkle. Carrigan out Shafer to Merkle. Bedient out Matty to Merkle. Box score Khz it we Hal by ,3rking in the fewi8 got credit for a single. Up was a a Battery work. To Lewis Over to the second turn. Of first and chalked up an error for himself. Stahl was out at first a weak tap to Matty. Lewis took third concert at first Christian Church. Y. M. C. A. Glee club to Jane Reed and others will appear in a concert at first Christian Church tonight. Admission free. The Lor and he Cla Oular. Kwh Vouk. Looper ii a a Quot Fik Rass flied Natl Quot a Lap to Viany. Mgt i after two u a out ,0 hard Ion the play Wagner died the base the a its a Mph it looked a a a amp need hitter Cut pain who is up attain,., Quot r0tlinsdly a nil hair Bek a Lens southpaws Al n it rnmt1 a a we jurors vtn8 no hits n has Reguis inning Ai it Unrad a liberate in was and second Inni As in the �rf1 where inks a Dpi to the Pestok in \ wanted it. Erkle a Whicha Horn Nelt a his one he Kius actions two Var , h. Meyer official Gerdav 9anton District. J. ? a n Dlay 0 _ a nu3901 a a Trujil for upholstering furniture refurbishing and repairing Call Stark phone c-7225. We will Call at once. Deliver to any part the City. Advertisement. 6-7-9 Mise Maude a. Williams contralto with metropolitan chorus Cleveland o., auditorium Friday evening october . 6-7-8-9-10 the most convenient thing to own in one our Good Fountain pens. Walter h. Delisle watches diamonds Cut Glass etc., 123-125 East tune. St. A advertisement. New York a r h to a e Snodgrass . 4 i i 0 0 0 Doyle 2b 0 i 2 6 i Becker . 4 i 0 0 i 0 Murray . 5 2 3 3 0 0 Merkle la. 5 i i 19 0 i Herzog 3b. 4 i 3 2 4 0 Meyers a. 4 0 0 5 i 0 Fletcher is. 4 0 0 i 3 2 Mathewson p. 4 t 0 i 6 0 Shafer is. 0 0 0 0 3 0 Wilson c. 0 0 0 0 i i a Mccormick. 0 0 0 0 0 0 total. 39 6 ii 33 �?�4 5 a batted for Fletcher in 1th Bostons a r h to a. Bostons a r h i to e Hooper . 5 i 3 3 0 0 Yerkes 2b. 0 i i 3 4 0 speaker . 5 2 2 2 0 0 Lewis . 5 2 3 2 0 i Gardner 3b 4 0 i i 0 0 Stahl la 0 i 9 0 0 Wagner a. 5 0 0 5 5 0 Carrigan c. $ 0 0 6 4 0 Collins p. 3 0 0 0 1 0 Hall i 0 0 0 0 0 Bedient p. I 0 0 0 0 0 totals. 42 6 la 33 i 4 i democrats to Roosevelt a curves Hilting out Home runs everywhere. By up lied press. Springfield ills., Ort. 9�?a crowd 5,000 people heard governor Woodrow Wilson make his attack colonel Roosevelt in the court House Square Here today. He caught the audience and brought Forth laughter applause and cheers when he said a i feel that i owe the american people an apology for presuming to run for the presidency when there a a worlds baseball championship series going . I know you would a Groat Deal rather hear the store than he air a speech but pm interested in scores too. In a interested in what Tho score is going to be november fifth. A the democrats Are getting to . Roosevelt curves and Are hitting out Home runs every time they come to Bat and you ought not to Overlook the fact that this presidential Campaign is really quite Fin important governor Wilson paid a tribute to Abraham Lincoln and again went tar Roosevelt and the third a to when he said a for those who now seek to perpetuate monopoly in the name Lincoln is the same As it would hive been for those who sought to perpetuate human slavery to speak in the name the great turkish capital expecting War by United press Cable. Paris oct. 9.�?the greek minister left constantinople today according to a dispatch received by a French news Agency. The bulgarian and Servian minister were expected to leave this afternoon. By United pre. Washington. Oct 9 a a wizard a Harriman raised $250,000 in 19<v4 at president Roosevelt special request. This was the emphatic testimony today before the Lapp investigating committee the Senate directly con tradio ing Roosevelt recent sworn statement be witness said he handled the Money. Another said Roosevelt told him Over the a phone that he intended to ask Harriman. Judge Robert 8. Lovett chairman the Harriman lines directorate said Harriman raised the Cami it sign fund at Roosevelt s request. Lovett stated positively that Harriman gave Bim the fund�?$50,000 in Cash and the re it in checks and that he Lovett gave it personally to treasurer Cornelius n Bliss the Republican National committee. Former senator Nathan b. Scott wont Virginia said he talked with Roosevelt Over the Telephone and that Roosevelt said he was going to Send for Harriman and ask Harriman Jan get More Money for the new York state Campaign. Lovett stated that Harriman and w. K Vanderbilt gave $50, Kwh each toward the $250,000 fund. Roosevelt recently swore that Harriman went to him and asked him to have Money Given by the National committee to help the be York stat Campaign. Brother Charlie hand. President tafts financial bucking Watfor the most part the theme investigation by the committee today. The probe swung from Roosevelt to Taft As demanded by the colonel and his manager senator Dixon. Charles p. Taft millionaire brother the president was the witness in whom interest entered. A big crowd spectators was present. In today a session Dan r. Hanna Cleveland son Mark Hanna faced a quizzing regarding an alleged donation $10,000 to the Roosevelt coffers and also regarding a conference progressive last Winter when the a a switch support from Lafollette to Roosevelt a first broached Matthew Hale progressive Leader new England was another Bull Moose witness. Tell White Boutte All. Former senator Nathan b. 8cott West Virginia was the first witness today a session. A i asked . Bliss in october 1904,&Quot senator 8oott said Quot to could not go to 26 Broadway Standard Oil office to get contributions. He said they had already contributed $100,000 and he did t feel like ask continued Page two d. For intern vow by United press Cable. London oct. 9�?following Montenegro a example it was reported Here today that Greece has recalled its minister from constantinople. Greek bulgarian and Servian declarations War against Turkey were momentarily expected. James d. Barry Well known real estate dealer the City was arrested shortly before noon wednesday an affidavit filed against him by Harry Schilling who alleged that he voted illegally at the election last november. Barry appeared before Justice Rinehart and waiving examination was bound Over to the grand jury in the sum $300. Schilling Defeated candidate for seek injunction i Rice meet by United press. Valparaiso indict 9 a suit to prevent the opening a race track meet Here saturday was filed by the state Indiana in the Lake Porter circuit court order is asked. Sensational charges against to 0 residents Northern Indiana cities among them being mayor Lemuel Darrow Laporte Are contained in the complaint. By unit press. London oct. 9.�?bulgaria and Servia have severed diplomatic relations with Turkey according to a dispatch received by the Exchange Tel graph company from Paris this afternoon the exchanges correspondent adds that a a state War exists a a 5 Terr search ends in arrest min after being hunted by officials for the past five years the grounds non support his wife and child Elgin Shirley indicted by the grand jury a arrested at new Philadelphia tuesday evening by Deputy sheriff Adam Jackman brought to Canton and placed in the county jail. Shirley when he left his family is said to have gone to North Dakota and remained there until recently when he went to work As a Mechanic in new Philadelphia. Buried Twenty minutes. Is Coshocton fair. Special train w. It l. E., 7 a rn., oct. To. Returning leave Coshocton 5 30 p. Rny advertisement. 7-8-9. Two Bane hits Snodgrass. Hooper Murray Herzog i Ewis 2. Three base he tax Herzog Murray Yerkes Merkle speaker. Sacrifice hits Gardner Earl face flies Herzog. Mccormick. Stolen bases Hooter Herzog Stahl Snodgrass. Left bases Boston 4, new York to. Double play Fletcher to Herzog. Struck out by Matty 4 Bedient i. Pitchers summary Collins struck out 5, walked none gave 9 hits and 3 rung in 7 1-2 innings Hall walked 4, gave 2 hits and 3 runs in 2 2-3 innings. Hit by pitched balls Snodgrass. Excursion to Cleveland via w. Amp l. E., $1.25 round trip Sale saturday Good returning saturday sunday. $1.10 round trip sunday Only. Advertisement. Of eagles. Arrange your party for Malvern. Report at club rooms thursday last Day. Fall modern Woodmen America will meet at Garfield Avenue and Navarre Street this wednesday evening to hold funeral services neighbor Henry . Special to Newt Democrat. Alliance oct. 9�?althoughburied alive for More than 20 min a restraining utes when a Trench caved in him Adam Bohecker Sebring is still alive and May recover. He was at the Bottom a nine foot Trench in Sebring when the dirt slipped covering him to a depth several feet. His entire body including his head was buried. After digging for 20 minutes other workmen uncovered him and dragged him out with a rope. He was believed to be dead but physicians discovered signs life and resuscitated him. Boy admits he played burglar and Dot Gash juvenile court officer Yutzey has his hands four 11-year-old urchins living in the Vicinity Bucher and South Cherry Street w to according to their own stories have been guilty pilfering in various business houses and offices. The lads names Are Dominick i Emano. Nick ferry Gus David and Leo hoops the last named being a coloured boy. They were sent to the count jail from police Headquarters monday afternoon and will be Given a hearing in probate court wednesday afternoon. The hoops boy in making a statement to officer Yutzey monday afternoon said he had broken into three different place and robbed Cash drawers and registers the officer said. Besides admitting the burglary the Munter drug store he said that by Means a Skeleton key he had entered the office that Steiner Coal company and a store South Cherry Street. As All the boys Are Over la years age they Are eligible to admission to the Lancaster Reform school. 9 mayor said wednesday that Barry voted in precinct d the sixth Ward when he was living at Reedurban. The arrest May be the initial one Many. It was Only after investigation it is said that Schilling decided to file the affidavit against Barry. He took the step wednesday morning when at 11 clock he swore to the palier for Barry s arrest. The warrant was rimmed Lafoley served and Barry appeared before Justice Rinehart. He immediately waived examination and in binding him to the grand jury Bond in the nominal sum $300 was fixed. Quot Barry voted in the City illegally at the election last fall Quot declared Schilling. A the was and is living at Reedurban and had no right to vote in precinct d the sixth Ward which he Secretary Niederhauser the civil service commission has also questioned barrys right to sit in the appointing Board the City although he is president the sinking fund trustees and As such is named As a member the Board. Niederhauser bases his claim the fact that Barry lives outside the City limits. The right Barry to sit in the Board will be investigated before the Board passes the resignations the civil service commission the Secretary said. Or. Barry could not be reached wednesday afternoon for a statement regarding the charge brought against him by Schilling. Committee will meet one found guilty final arrangements have been made for the reception governor Woodrow Wilson who will be in can. Ton Friday for a noon meeting at the auditorium. The following committee will go to Orrville at to 45 clock Over the Pennsylvania to meet governor Wilson Sti Aln senator at Lee pot Nerene congressman j. J. Whitacre w 1. Caldwell Cletus Pomerene. Frank n Sweitzer Harry i Weiss Milton c. Moore Fred Witter in. B Sibila William Thom and Job Seph Breitenstein. The reception committee will meet mrs. Sophia Miller dead. Mrs. Sophia Miller wife Adam Miller died tuesday night at the age 76 years. No arrangements for the funeral have been announced. Sades for keeping immoral houses nned up in front judge Bow in probate criminal court wednesday morning to enter pleas to charge auditorium where conducting immoral houses. A except Nellie Schwinn asked to ii ave their cases passed until next month and trials were set starting november 4 and lasting until the my the Schwinn woman said to con Carrollton fair. Special train will leave w. A l. Depot 7 30 p. In. On oct. To and 11. Returning leave Carrollton 5 p. In. Fare flip round . 7-8-9-10. Invitation. Extended by the Young women s duct a place at 525 e. Eighth Street Christian association to the Mem-1 asked for a trial and with attorneys he a Quot and the general w. O. Werntz for the prosecution hers contributors Public to attend a reception monday evening oct. 14th, at which time the building will be open for inspection. Practical demonstration the w Ork music and refreshments advertisement. 8 to 14 auditorium Friday evening. October la. Admission 25 6-7-8 2-10 the defense and j. W. Burris for action was started. The defence denied the accusations but the evidence being conclusive judge Bow imposed the usual Fine a $100 and costs. A lie wept in making her statement to the court but arranged to pay the Fine. Kin Leys Monument where he will put a Wreath carnations the Tomb. Fran there the party will go to the governor Wilson vill speak. Hear Molly Jane Reed y. M. C. A. Glee club duets and solos instrumental selections in concert at first Christian Church tonight. Admission free. A martyrs the will be one the chorus at auditorium Friday evening october Adver tie men 6-7-1444 read the want ads. Today. Royal blend Coffee Fine flavor. Adv go and

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