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NORFOLK WEEKLY EN EWSJOURNAL.
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NORFOLK NKHHASKA Kill DA V. ( M'TOIUOli 1M. liilii
CUBS LOSE AGAIN , 12-5
CHANCE IS PUT OUT
PHILADELPHIA MAKES IT THREE
STRAIGHT GAMES WON.
BALLOON GOES UP IN THIRD
MURPHY'S HOME RUN BRINGS IN
TWO MEN ON BASES.
XND CHANCE TALKS TO UMPIRE
When the Cubs' Manager Protests
Continuously Against Counting Mur
phy's Hit for Home Run , He's Put
Out of the Game Sensational Play.
Chicago , Oct. 20--Tho Philadelphia
Americans took the thlnl game of the
world's BorleH from Chicago by u score
of 12 to fi. Chicago used up three
pitchers , but Coombs for the second
time was able to hold the Cubs safe
Score : H. H. E.
Philadelphia .1 2 P. 0 0 0 4 0 0 12 15 1
Chicago 120000020 5 G1
Strunko , the Ilrst man up , was pass
ed by Heulbnch. Lord sacrificed him
to second. Collins went out on a
Texas leaguer. Strunko scored on
Baker's single to center. Daker out
stealing , Kllng to Tinker. One run.
Chicago Shockard walked.
Scuulto doubled Into center overflow
crowd , Shcchard going to third.
Sheckard scored on Ilofnmn's sacrl-
llco lly to Strunke , Schulto taking
third. Chance struck out. Strunko
took Zimmerman's high fly. One run.
Philadelphia Davis was passed on
four pitched balls. Murphy grounded
out , Stelnfeldt to Chance , Davis going
to second. Harry doubled Into left
field crowd , scoring Davis. Thomas
lined to Schulte , Dnrry being held at
second. Barry scored when Coombs
hit for two bases. Clmnco and Roul-
bach conferred , Kllng joining. Rcul-
bach resumed. Strunko went out , Zim
merman to Chance. Two runs.
Chicago Stelnfeldt popped to Har
ry. Tinker doubled down right Hold
- foul line. Kling went out , Hakor to
MURPHY IN ACTION.
Athletics' Brillinnt Right Fielder It
One of Most Scientific Batters.
Photo by American Press Association
'He ' Got a Home Run in the Third Wll
Two Men on Bases.
Davis. Tinker taking third. Bea
mont batted for Uoulbach , and walke
Shockard filled the bases with anotln
pass. Tinker and Beaumont scon
when Schulte hit for two bases to lol
Ilofnmn struck out. Two runs.
The Third Inning Exciting.
Philadelphia Mclntyro went In
pitch for Chicago. Sheckard nindo
running catch of Lord's long fly.
flno rain began falling but the gan
was not stopped. Stelnfeldt was bai
ly able to check Collins * sharp h
which was n safe one. Collins scon
when Schulto let Baker's single pa
him. Baker made third on the orrc
Davis was lilt by a pitched ball. Mur
phy knocked a homo run , Daker and
Davis scoring ahead of him. Chi
cago's entire Infield gathered to Insist
on giound mien saying Murphy's hit
should moioly have been a double.
The protest availed thorn nothing.
Clmnco was ordeicd off the Hold for
continuing his piotest , Aichor taking
ills place at Ilrst. I'fclster replaced
Mclntyro in the box. llariy knocked
the Ilrst ball pitched Into center Held
nowd for two bases. Harry scored
when Thomas hit to Tinker and the
latter throw badly to Archer. Thomas
was doubled at Coombs' lilt to Zlminor-
man. Five tuns.
ChicagoAirher went out , linker to
D.iv Is , Lord cnptuied Zimmerman's
lly and Stolnfeldt stiuck out. No runs.
Philadelphia Stuinke Hied out to
llofman , l.onl sent a clean single to
REULBACH , THE IRON MAN.
Big Ed Expected to Mow Down Connie
Mack's Gunners In the World Series.
Plinto by American Press Association.
Is batted out of box In two Innings.
right center. Collins forced Lord at
second , Pfelster to Zimmerman. Col
lins out , Kllng to Tinker. No runs.
Chicago Tinker singled to right. A
double play disposed of Tinker and
Kllng , Barry to Collins to Davis.
Pfelster out , Baker to Davis. No runs.
Philadelphia Baker was retiied ,
Zimmerman to Archer. Davis lined
safely to left. Murphy sent a long fly
to llofman. Barry forced Davis at
second , Tinker to Zimmerman. No
Chicago Baker fumbled Sheckard's
bunt and the latter was safe. Sehulte
fanned. Sheckaid and Hofman were
doubled , Murphy to Davis , Murphy hav
ing taken Hofman's lly while Sheck
ard , apparently thinking there were
two outs , kept running. No runs.
Philadelphia Thomas grounded out
Tinker to Archer. Coombs hoisted an
easy fly to Zlmmeiman. Strunko miss
ed three good ones. No runs.
Chicago Archer's hit in front of the
plato put him out , Thomas to Davis.
Zimmerman struck out. Baker took
care of Steinfeldt's foul fly. No runs.
Philadelphia Zimmerman made a
neat one-handed catch of Lord's liner.
Stelnfeldt speared Collins' hot ground
er and threw the runner out at first.
Stelnfeldt immediately afterwards
tumbled Baker's grounder and the lat
ter was safe. Davis smashed a single
to right , linker reaching second. Tin.
ker fumbled Murphy's sharp giounder ,
filling the bases. Baker and Davis
scoied on Barry's double to loft. This
SOUTHPAW JACK PFIESTER.
Cubs' Crack Left Hander Has New
Curve to Spring on the Athletics.
It , I'hoto by American Press Association.
ed Went In for the Cubs In the Uilr
S3 after two pitchers had been sent t
i-'ARKY. CRACK SHOR'ISTOP.
In Two Years This Youngster Hn
Developed Into a Wonderful Infielder.
f$5 $ $ * n
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1 Iinto hv Atiiprlr'ii I ! . * M Association
In the seventh ho got a two'-saeker
with three men on bases , making his
third double of the game.
was Harry's third double. Thomas
walked , again filling the bases. Mur
phy and Harry ciossed homo plate
when Coombs singled over second.
Strunke singled too hot for Tinker's
stab and bases weie again filled. Lord
hit to Zimmerman , who tossed him out
at first. Pour runs.
Chicago Tinker out , Baker to
Davis. Kllng retired , Harry to Davis.
PfeiHtor struck out. No runs.
Philadelphia Schulto gathered in
Collins' lly. Baker went out , Zlmmci-
man to Archer. Davis hit for two
bases , unassisted by giound rules.
Murphy thrown out , Tinker to Archer.
I Chicago Sheckard was passed for
the third time. Schulto lifted a lly
to Murphy. llofman hit too hot for.
Baker who slowed up the ball and It
I became a two-bagger. Archer fanned.
Sheckard scored on a passed ball. The
i ball hit the railing , and under the
I ground rules Hofman also scored.
| Murphy jumped Into the crowd In
! rightfleld for a sensational catch of
Zimmerman's hard wallop. Two runs.
Philadelphia Barry fouled out.
Thomas went out to Archer unassisted.
Combs singled center. llofman mis
judged the ball when Coombs singled.
Strunko was raced , Zimmerman to Ar
cher. No runs.
Chicago Stelnfeldt filed out to
Strunke. Tinker singled. Kling
struck out. Tinker stole second.
Needham batted for Pfelster and sent
a lly to Baker.
Score : II
Philadelphia . 12
Chicago . 5
Infield Dry Under Canvas.
Selling of general admission tickets
COOMBS. THE SHUTOUT KN.
Athletics' Crack Pitcher Has Tacked
the Zero Sign on Many Teams.
i'hoto by Aini'i.i . n I'ross Association
Ho has pitched two out of three
; ames for the victorious Athletics.
to the third game of the world's chain
) lonshlp series between Phlladelphlr
and Chicago began nt 10:30 : o'clock to
; lay with about 4,000 persons , undaunt
ed by lowering skies , In line.
The diamond was perfectly dry , hav
Ing been shielded from the rain by i
canvas covering. The outfield was i
bit treacherous from the moisture.
The Batting Order.
Philadelphia Strunke , c. f. ; Lord , 1
f. ; Collins , 2d b. ; Baker , 3d h. ; Davis
1st b. ; Muiphy , r. f. ; Barry , s. s.
Thomas , c. ; Coombs , p.
Chicago Schecknrd. 1. f. ; Schulte
r. f. ; llofman , c. f. ; Chance , 1st b.
Zimmerman , 2d b. : Stelnfoldt , 3d b.
Tinker , s. s. ; Kllnk. c. ; Beulbach , p.
Umpires O'Day behind plate ; Slier
Idan , bases ; Connolly , left field ; Hlg
ler , right field.
A Missouri Pacific Strike.
St. Louis , Oct. 20. All sheet metr
workers , copper smiths , pipe mei
blacksmiths and boiler makers en
ployed by the Missouri Pacific an
Iron Mountain railroads will bo 01
dored on n strike tomorrow mornln
at 10 o'clock , according to an olllclt
statement made by the presidents <
three unions hero at noon today.
( CopyrlKlit. 1910. )
THAT MANY KNOWN TO HAVE
COME TO EARTH.
ONE DROPPED INTO A LAKE
A Thrilling Experience is Reported by
the Harburg One of the Crew
Broke an Arm and Cut an Artery ;
Four are Unheard From.
St. Louis , Oct. 20. Six of the inter
national balloon contestants are
known to have landed , two In Wiscon
sin , ono in Michigan and three In
Canada. It is believed hero that the
other four are down'but no 'ropdrts
had been received from them up to
! ) o'clock this morning.
Messages from North Hay , Out. , re
port a balloon , believed to be the Ger-
mania , landed in the forest near Poma-
gaslng , Out. The aeronauts sent a
message asking aid to bring the gas
bag to civilization.
So far the most exciting aerial voy
age lepoit came from Lieutenant
Voglit and William F. Assninn , aid , in
the Harburg III. They landed in Lake
Nipissing , 207 miles north of Toronto ,
Canada , about S. > 0 miles from St.
Louis. Uecauso of the lack of ballast
the aeronauts descended l.SOO feet
with terrific force. Assman's left arm
was broken and an artery cut. Work
for medical aid was sent to Powasson ,
Out. , and Lieutenant Voght obtained
' help from Indians In saving his bal
j Except for the sighting of the Vel-
vetia by the Million Club in Wisconsin -
sin early Tuesday morning no word
[ has come from this entry since It left
I hero Monday. The balloons which re
main to bo heard from are : the Azure ,
Dusseldorf II , and America II.
The four balloons have been away
from St. Louis more than sixty hours.
CHANCE , CUBS' GREAT PILOT.
Four Pennants and Two World Cham
pionships Prove His Ability.
z % VjKji VZ # > * * * & iif sTl
Photo by American I'TBRB Ahsoclatlon.
He Was Ordered From the Grounds It
the Third Inning.
Postpone Oldfield-Johnson Race.
New York , Oct. 20. The propose !
automobile race between Barney Old
field and Jack Johnson , the pugilist
at Sheopshend race track this aftet
noon was postponed on account o
heavy rain until Saturday afternoon.
Dolliver Funeral in Armory.
Fort Dodge. la. , Oct 20. The wen
thor cold and cloudy and It was dc
elded to hold the funeral of the lat
) f Senator Dolliver in the city armor )
During the night many dlstlnguishe
friends of the deceased statesman
reached the city. A special car over
the Interuiban brougnt Senator Cum
mins , Governor Carroll and the state
officials. The progiam for the fun
eral was changed slightly. In the ab
sence of Hov. Frank Gunsaulus , the
eulogy on "Dolliver the Man" will be
given by C. M. Stewart of Evanston ,
111. President W. F. King of Cornell
college , Mount Vernon , will speak on
behalf of the .lOthodist education in
stitution In which the Into senator was
always Interested and for which he
DOZEN FIREMEN BLOWN
2,000 WOMEN ARE IN A PANIC
Explosion at a Bagging Factory in
New York Results in Deaths of Six ,
Fatal Injuries to Two More and
Panic Among a Throng.
New York , Oct. 20. A boiler explo
sion killed six firemen outright , fatally
wounded two others and threw 2,000
women and gills and half as many
men into a panic today at the bagging
and rope plant of the American Man
ufacturing company at Groenpoint ,
acioss the East river.
Circumstances surrounding the ex
plosion are a mystery. The police re
serves succeeded in quieting the dis
order. The bodies of the six firemen
who weie killed were terribly muti
Washington , Oct. 20. The popula
tion of the territory of Arizona is 204-
354 , according to statistics of the thlr-
tenntli census , made public today.
This is an increase of 81,423 or 6G.2
percent over the 1900 population.
Bomb for "Open Shop" Man.
Portland , Ore. , Oct. 20. Six sticks
of dynamite and thirty feet of fuse
were found in a cherry tree adjoining
ho magnificent homo of Charles K.
lenry , a capitalist and real estate
operator of this city. Mr. Henry Is an
ardent advocate of the "open shop. "
TUFT BACK IN WASHINGTON
The President's Wife Remains in New
York to do Some Shopping.
Washington. Oct. 20. President
Taft arrived hero from New York at
7.10 : a. m today. Ho was nccompaiv
ed by Secretary Not ton and Captain
Butt his military aid. Mrs. Taft re
maincd In New York to complete
Ex-Western Union Head Dies.
New York , Oct. 20. Thomas Thomp
son Eckort , former president of tin
Western Union Telegraph company
died today at West End , Long Branch
after an Illness of some duration. The
body will bo brought to the Eckor
city homo on Fifth avenue. Mr Eck
crt was born at St Clalrsvlllo , Ohio
April 215 , 182.r , .
GONDI1ION OF THE WEATHU
Temperature for Twenty-four Hours
Forecast for Nebraska ,
Chicago , Oct 20 The bulletin It
sued by the Chicago station of th
United States weather bureau give
the forecast for Nebraska as follows
Fair tonight and Friday ; cooler t (
night southeast portion.
ACCUSED ILLINOIS CENTRAL Dl-
RECTORS IN NORFOLK.
ON SPECIAL TRAIN TO DAKOTA
The Illinois Central Directors Who
are Made Defendants In a $10,000-
000 Damage Suit , Big Men In Finan
cial World , Go to Deadwood.
The directors of the Illinois Central
railroad who were made defendants In
a $10,000,000 damage suit In Chicago
Wednesday afternoon , passed through
Norfolk in a special train Thursday
morning ft 10:3H : for Dojulw iod. On
the train were :
James T. Hnrahan , Cornelius Van-
dorbllt , John Jacob Astor , .1. Ogden
Armour , II. W. Deforest , H. S. Lovett ,
Charles A. Peabody , John G. Shedd ,
Alexander 11. Hackcnstnff , Walter
Luttgin , John D. Auchinloss and Hob-
The directors left Chicago Wednes
day nitwit , soon after the ten million
dollar damage suit was filed against
them , and came to Omaha by special
train over the Illinois Central. At
Omaha the train was taken by the
Northwestern and hi ought thiougli
Norfolk. Here the tiain changed en
gines and then was rushed on west.
Superintendent C. H. Hcynolds accom
panied the train as lar as Long Pine.
The object of the trip is not known.
HER AFFINITY IS FOUND.
New York , Oct. 20. Deposing two
other soul mates , Miss Antoinette
Ga/.zam , the three million dollar heir
ess of Cornwall , N. Y. , will be married
this afternoon to her sure-enough , cer
tain , positive , undoubted , honost-to-
goodness affinity , Charles B. Galvln ,
an engineer on the Ne w York aque'
duct , of no preponderant wealth.
While Miss Gazzam often has ex
pressed her scorn for the conventions ,
she will adorn her blow with the us
mil orange blossoms and her figure
with a regulation bridal gown and will
go as a conventional bride to the par
Ish house of St. Thomas Homan Catho
lie church , there to bo joined In wed
lock to Mr. Galvln by Father Broslln.
Miss Gnzzam said frankly to a re
porter tills morning that she was f
free thinker , but , as she was certnii :
Gnlvin was her evei lasting alllnlty , she
\\as willing to bo man led In the re
llglon of which ho Is n communicant.
"Tho romance has been a beautifu
one , " said she , "but I am not going tc
tell It all to you now. I'll simply tel
you that I wrote a letter yes , I wrote
a letter to Mr. Gnlvin. He did noi
answer mo. I wrote another letter
Still ho did not answer mo. Hut whei
I wrote a thlid ho did answer me , am
then one day ho came hero , and thn
was the first tlmo I ever saw him li
"Ho did not coma back at first
Theio were others with him and In
did not take the general Invitation ti
apply to himself.
"Hut after ho had received a spocia
invitation lie came back. And thor
were many beautiful happenings yes
many beautiful moments and days
and the realization cnmo to us hot !
that wo were made , Intended , doslgi
ed for each other , mid , well . " th
heiress laughed girlishly , "wo hav
found each other , that Is all. "
"Hut how did you coma to writ
that first letter ? What prompted It
When did you first see Mr. Galvln ?
Miss Gazzam was asked.
She shook her head.
"That Is what I am holding back t
tell only In my story , 'My Search fc
n Masculine Counterpart and Leg !
s Companion Through the Supernatu
nl , ' " she said.
"Where Is that being printed , Mlt
Gazzam ? "
DAVID B , HILL
FORMER PROMINENT DEMOCRAT
SUCCUMBS AT ALDANY.
ONCE UNITED STATES SENATOR
Likewise Ho Was Governor of New
York nntl Wns a Prominent Candi
date for Democratic Presidential
Nomination In 1802.
Albany , N. Y. . CM 20. David II.
I Mil. cx-l'iilted StuU-H senator mid Inr-
mer KOVOI nor of New York , died sud
denly today at Wolforln Itoost , lila
( mint i > home.
About tovookH ago Mr. Mill was
iioi/od \\ltli a birtoiiH attack while at
his law ollko In this rlty , and allhi > unli
his ( imdlttoii was not considered s -
rloiiH , his physician advised lilin to re-
nialii at homo until lie recovered.
A cold dc\oloi'd | and Inter nlnrmlnj ;
ic-iuiils of his condition \\CMO circulat
ed. These reports , however , wore de
nied by friends ; In tact , the hoimtnr
apiienied to bo on the road to loeov-
ery until last night , when ho HiilTeretl
a sinking spell , which remitted In hit )
Mr. 11111 was 07 years old. In 11)00 )
ho made the speech seconding the
noinlnatloii of William .1. llryan for
the presidency. Ho was a prominent
candidate for the nomination of presi
dent In the democratic national con-
vcntlon In 18'J2.
MAY BE TIMES DYNAMITERS
Three Suspects Aboard a Steamer
Bound for Mexican Ports.
San Finneiseo , 'Oct. 20. Informa
tion that may lead to the apprehension
of tin ce men believed to bo Involved
In the Los Angeles Times dynamiting'
case was received yesterday by Gov
ernor Gillette from Secretary of State
Knox who wired the California execu
tive that the state department was In
receipt of advices fiom Mexican au
thorities that three suspects wore
thought to bo aboard n Pacific mall
steamer bound from Snn Francisco
for Mexican and South American
ports. Secretary Knox In the tele
gram asked whether the men should
bo kept under surveillance or wheth
er thov should bo arrested whin tlin
boat put in at San Benlto.
Governor Gillette Immediately for
warded the Information to Distiict Attorney -
! torney Fredlcks and the chief of pollco
I of Los Angeles , then notified Secro-
iiiry Knox that ho would give the state
department specific instiuctions as
soon as a leply was leceived from
the Los Angeles authoiities.
The name of the steamer was not
given in \\as-hington message but
the liner is believed to lie the Acnp-
iiUoliifli sailed Irom this poit on
October 5 , four days after the Times
building was destroyed.
The boat is commanded by Captain
Trask. The steamer was si hedulcd to
call at Mn/.atlan , Man/.anlllo and Aui-
pulcn on the Mexican coast.
GULLIVER LAID 10 KEST
Weather Bad , Funeral is Held In Ar
mory Speakers Fail to Come.
Fort Dodge , la . Oct. 20. The Im
mense armory at Foil Dodge , the larg
est public hall In the city , was crowd
ed by sorrowing lesidents of Fort
Dodge and the nation , gathered to
gether this altornoon to pay last re
spects to the late Senator J. P. Dol-
It had been planned to hold the
funeral on the lawn so that the thou
sands could lo ) accommodated , but the
weather made this impossible.
It was necessary to make several
changes in the piogram. The talluro
of Hov. Fiank Gunsaiilus to appear led
those in charge to ask C. M. Stow ait
of hvaiibton , 111. , to appear in his place.
Hishop L. H. Wilson ol Philadelphia
was also unable to attend and sent a
telegram to Mrs. Dolllvor to be read ,
at the funeral.
Major S. H. M. Byors of DCS Molnes
was nlbo placed on the program to
read an oiiglnal poem entitled "Sen
ator Dolllvor. "
Many distinguished friends of the
deceased Irom out of the state arrived
during the night.
NUE MEN AFLOAF AT StA
Barge Breaks Away From Steamer in
Savannah , Ga , Oil 20. In a ninety-
mlle wind off Jiu K > onv Illo > estoidny
the Texas Oil ( ompnn > 's barge Dallas ,
with nine , men aboard , broke adilft
fiom the steamer Northtield. The
Northlield reported hero today that
the fnto of the castaways is unknown.
A FATAL TRAIN WRECK.
Five Reported Dead , Many Said to Be
Hurt on Hocking Valley.
Upper Samlusky. O , Oct. 20. Fho
persons aie icported dead and many
Injuied b > ( liuhlng of the northbound
Hoiking Valley passenger train , No.
.lit , one mile south of Harpster nt 10 30
this morning Details are lacking ,
Plosklans and ambulances have been
sent from hero. This Is the same train
that was wrecked near Lomolno September -
tombor 12 , when three people wera
killed and ten Injured.