Newspaper Page Text
CHANGE'S CUBS I Comiskey's Team Find# Cole and Mc Intlre Easy and Put Over WalloP of Ten Hits For Four Runs, Doc White, who Saturday opposed the Cubs, and was driven from the box in less than an inning, pitched splendidly Sunday, holling the Na tional leaguers to six hits, while the Sox hammered Cole and Mclntire for ten, four of which were doubles. The teams are scheduled to play the fourth and perhaps the final game of the series at the National league park today. Score: Hofman, White Sox. A.B. R. H. PO. A- E. McConnell, 2b 4 1 3 3 3 2 Lord, 3b 3 1 1 2 0 0 Mclntire, rf 4 0 0 0 0 0 Bodie, of 3 1 1 2 0 0 Callahan, If 3 0 01 0 0 Tannehill, ss 4 2 2 5 0 Zeider, lb 4 0 1 10 1 0 Sullivan, 3 0 0 6 1 0 White, 3 1 2 1 3 0 Total 31 4 10 J7 13 2 I Cubs. .J A.B. R. H. P.O. A.*E. Brers, 2b 4 0 0 1 1 0 Sheckard, 'iCl-V- 3 1 2 0 0 0 Tinker, ssV/F^ff.. 4 0 1 2 5 0 Schulte, rf 3 1 0 1 0 0 Doyle, 3b 3 0 1 3 4 0 Saier, lb 2 0 0 8 1 0 •Zimmerman, lb 10 0 10 0 r«i..... .V.V.,. 4 0 13 10 Archer, 4 0 1 4 3 0 Cole, 1 0 0 0 1 0 xGraham 10 0 0 0 0 Mclntire, 1 0 0 1 1 0 xxBransfleld 1 0 0 0 0 0 Total 32 6 24 17 0 xBatted for Cole in the fourth, xxBatted for Mclntire in the ninth Hipp Score by Innings. White Sox 002 001 lOx—4 Cubs 000 100 010—2 Summary. Two base hits—Sheckard, McCon uo!l (2), Tannehill (2). Hits—Off Cole, 4 in 3 innings off Mclntire, 6 in 5 innings. Sacrifice hits—Lord, Callahan, Stolon bases—Zeider, Sheckard. Struck out—By Cole, 2 (Bodie, Sul livan) by Mclntire, 1 (Callahan) 'by White. 5 (Schulte, Saier, Archer, Mclntire, Tinker). First base on balls—Off Mclntire, 3 off White. 4. Left on bases—C.ub3, 7 White Sox, s. Wild pitch—Mclntire. Passed ball—Archer. ti Time of game—2.40. f'-i' Empires—O'Loughlin and O'Day. To Cure a Cold In One Day 'Jake LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. IMigglsts refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sig nature is on each box. 25c. Bad. '-V One of the worst things about cold weather is that It gives every would be actor a chance to show himself in an overcoat with a fur collar. No Man is Stronger Than His Stomach A strong man ta strong ail over. No man con be strong who is suffering from weak stomach with its consequent indigestion, or from some other disease of the stomach and its associated organs, which im pairs digestion and nutrition. For when the stomach is weak or diseased there is a loss of the nutrition contained in food, which is the source of all physical strength. When a man "doesn't feel just right," when he doesn't sleep well, has an uncomfortable 'D i"1" 8to™ac'1 n'ter ,. ®nt» ®e 18 LARGE POMS Warsaw Ib BOO WHITE IS STAR WHAT IS GOING ON Lasted the Nine Innings This Tims and Held Cubs to Six Saftles— I Record Crowd Sees Play. CHICAGO, HI.. Oct 16.—The larg est crowd that ever witnessed a base ball game In Chicago saw the Chi cago American league team win its third successive game from the Na tional league club in tho city champ ionship series Sunday, 4 to 2. Official figures, announced by rep resentatlves of the National baseball commission, under thei auspices of which the series is being played, gave the attendance as 36,308 and the re ceipts at $24,552.50. Thousands of persons were refused admission to the park. The sale of tickets was stopped at 1:15 o'clock, more than an hour before the game started. Laying In the Winter Sup ply From the North and at Reasonable Prices. Forty Acre Farm In Wilcox Town ship Has Been Sold by H. O. Knox for the 8um of $5,230.00. WARSAW, m. Oct 16—Ed Kruse, properitor of "Dreamland" Warsaw's moving picture theatre, is having a furnace installed In the building. Northern potatoes by the carload are coming In, and find ready Bale both in town and country at reason able price quality fine and potatoes large. The crop here is almost a fail ure. Elder F. J. Woolforth of the M. B. church was holding quarterly confei ence here, the session lasting Satur day and Sunday. Rev. Wilson of Quincy, former pas tor of the M. E. church waB a guest of the family, of J. C. Bell, the past week. The Warsaw New Era, the last Is sue, first column, first page, contained a good editorial write-up of Warsaw and her natural resources, and her claims that might interest a prospec tive settler or manufacturer "Just be low the dam." H. H. Grant & Co., are receiving big shipments of brood chop material. The Harvey Stock Co., opens the week, Monday, Oct. 16 with the popu lar society drama "For Love and Friendship." Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Falrweather of Portland, Oregon are here visiting Mrs. Fairweather's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Von Tobel. Mr. Fair weather with Mr. Carl C. Brandt, have engaged in handling Red Seal Oils, Missouri being their territory. They will make Warsaw their home, with their families. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McDougal have gone to Chicago to spend the winter with their Bon Donald, who is a suc cessful druggist. H. O. Knox hag sold his forty acre farm in Wilcox township to Isaac *. Davidson, through the Egbers ana Wallace agency for $5,250. The new Lutheran school building will be ready early in November, welcome news to the little tots espe cially who have to walk over to the south part of town to the Leclaire school building. The W. O. W. held the first of a series of dances Friday night at the Odd Fellow's Hall. It was well at tended, and music fine. The public library now distributes catalogues free for the asking. Former practice was to charge for them. The hange may create a greater interest in the library. The favorable weather has enabled many farmers to sow their wheat, so long delayed by rain. Mrs. Chas. K. Worthen and daugh ters, MisseB Mabel and Aimee will spend the winter in Chicago, whither they went last week. Mrs. John Finlay has had a fine ce ment walk laid in front of her home, the distance of half a block. Warsaw sent many visitors to the dam Sunday a good time to see it. It Is reported by Keokuk parties, that a number of factories from the east are booked for Keokuk and vi cinity when the dam nears comple tion. Warsaw ought to get her share. H. A. Brinkman is in Chicago vis iting his son Harry. He was a dele gate to the Lakes-to-the-Gulf conven tion. Wm. Dix Is building a four room cottage for James Fastoff. Miss Jean Crawford has returned to the M. W. A. office at Rock Island. Five Warsaw men, Albert Koeler, Paul Luedde, Wiibert Lichtenberger and Elbert Kraebling, at 12 o'clock Saturday night, started to walk to Quincy, a distance of forty miles, and expected to reach there by Sunday noon. County Surveyor J. H. Homey is taking the levels of the levee of the Hunt drainage district from lower Warsaw to a point a mile below the county line. This is to ascertain if it eating, is laDguid, nervous, irritable and despond- losing the nutrition needed to make strength. Such a man should nse Dr. Pierce's Gold an Medical fv. Oiscorery. It cures diseases of the stomach and other fat ^rHana ot digestion and nutrition, ft enriches the blood. Invigorates the liver, strengthens the kidneys, nourishes ™d so GIVES HEALTH 21ND STRENGTH TO THE WHOLE BODY. °rd to acoept ncret nostrum as a substitute for this non- rntv L?° °T- *.NO*N composition, not even though the urgent dealer may thereby make a httle bigger profit. Ingredients printed on wrapper. comes np to the height mentioned la the original survey. Mr. and Mrs. John Luft have stor ed to Quincy. Richard Barker, lately of Keokuk, has returned to Warsaw to niakt hid home. Repairs on the two chimneys ot the high school are almogt completed, and fire can be built In the furnace If needed this week. One daj last week school had to be dismissed as the school was too cold for health. Scout Commissioned Forbes Mitch ell of Warsaw, organized a battalion of fifty Boy Scouts at Hamilton last week. The movement Is a most com mendable one, and teaches boys to cultivate all manly qualities. The or der is represented in Warsaw by a goodly number of our bright boys and Mr. Mltohell Is scout master and takes a great Interest In them. A handsome photogravure, two col umns wide, of the bank of Hill-Dodge Co., adorns their ad In The Bulletin It Is a fine piece of work. Samuel J. T. Hunt, electrical engi neer in charge of the government building in St Louis,- and a forme* Warsaw boy, was a member of the party of slity-flve electrical ehgineera that went from St Louie by special train to Keokuk on Friday to inspect the big dam. He is here visiting, his mother, Mrs. T. B. Hunt Several carloads of shellB were re ceived lbst week at the Mississippi Button factory. A large force Is at work. Dr. Thos. A. Hartley last week at tended a meeting of the Burlington Dental society at Mt Pleasant, la. The coming show of the Warsaw Poultry Association, the last two days of November and first two of Decem ber, bldB fair to be the largest and best ever held Judging by the Interest taken In it now, and the Inquiries be ing received from outside parties. Henry Dillon of Indianapolis, Ind., one of the high class poultry judges of the United States, has been secur ed at great expense to act as Judge at this show. Owing to the fact that several neighboring shows have been cancelled, the entries and the attend ance should make the show of 1911 a record breaker. Congressman James McKinney of the Fourteenth district, has an nounced his retirement and Hdfi. Qr ville F. Berry Is mentioned as his possible successor. A Medicine That Gives Confidence Is Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. Mrs. T. J. Adams, 522 No. Kansas Ave., Columbus, Kan., writes: "For a number of years my children have been subject to coughs and colds. 1 used Foley's Honey and Tar Compound and found that It cured their coughs and colds, so I keep It in the house all the time." Refuse substitutes. Wilkinson & Co. PARCELS POST IS FAVORED (Continued from page 1.) give consideration to the subject and say yes or no to our request. "Careful consideration by congress of the plan proposed, we feel certain, will show its advantages and result in favorable action. The people are en titled to this service Just as soon as the postal service can be equipped for it and handle it without detri ment to the mail service proper. MABRAY BROUGHT w. ,1 TO DES MOINES Head of Notorious Gang Is Lodged in Polk County Ja"' J. C. Mabray, head of the notorious gang known by his name, arrived in Des Moines Sunday morning and was lodged in the county Jail by deputy sheriffs. Mabray was brought from Leavenworth, Kan., where he had been confined In the federal prison. It was stated at the county jail that officers were expected to arrive with him at 1 o'clock, but owing to the belated'train schedule, the party did not reach there until some time later. The jailer and city police officials were not advised In what case Mabray will be called before the grand Jury, whether state or federal. It is thought probable, however, that it will be be fore the Polk county Investigators, as the federal grand Jury i8 not in ses sion at the Present time. Mabray waa sentenced by the fed eral court at Council BlufTs about two years ago, after having been arrested in Arkansas on charges of using the United States mail to promote fradu lent schemes. He Is alleged to have promoted betting on races that never occurred and to have separated many persons from their money in various "con" games. According to dispatches received from Leavenworth, Mabray's sentence in the federal prison will soon ex pire, and he will be released. Porcelain Not of Persia. True porcelain was never produced in Persia, but hard paste porcelain In Persian forms and styles of decora tlon was made in China for the Per sian market. Wine ewers with pow der blue glaze and gold overglaze dec oration, small vase, and bowls with bronze luster glaze and designs re served in white are found in collec tions of Persian ware, but these are unquestionably of Chinese origin. Business Forms. "You say that picture has Rem brandt's signature?" "Well," replied Mr. Cumrox, "I don't remember ex actly what the picture dealer said. Perhaps Rembrandt didn't actually sign it. Maybe he only Indorsed It." THE DAfLt &ATE CITY mm Why is the soda cracker to-day such a universal food People ate soda crackers in the old days, it is true—but they bought them from a barrel or box and took them home in a paper bag, their crispness and flavor all gone. To-day there is a soda cracker which is the recognized staple Uneeda Biscuit. Uneeda Biscuit are the most nutritious food made from flour and should be eaten every day by every member of the family from the youngest to the oldest. Uneeda Biscuits— soda crackers better than any ever made before—made in the greatest bakeries in the world—baked to perfection—packed to perfection kept to perfection until you take them, ovenafresh and crisp,Ifrom their protecting package. mm Wmmgg: NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY ail Practically Indestructible. A flight of stairs has been erected In Paris over which 14,000,000 persons have passed without so much as scratching the surface. These steps are almost imperishable, for in the concrete of which they are constructed a generous proportion of carborundum has been introduced, and since car monindum Is almost as hard as the dfamond, It has given the concrete a wearing quality which no marble or granite could possibly approach. iiSi? r- A TAX 8ALE NOTICE. To C. D. Gordon: You are hereby notified that on the 7th day of December, 1908, lots 139 and 140 in Block G, Rees Addi tion to the city of Keokuk, Iowa, was sold to I. N. Tichenor for delinquent state and' county taxes that I am the lawful holder and owner of the certificate of purchase thereof and that the right 'of redemption will ex pire and a deed for said real estate be made, unless redemption from such sale be made within ninety days from the completed service hereof. GEORGE S. TUCKER. Helpless as a Baby Valley Heights, Va.—Mrs. Jennie B. Klrby, in a lettv from this place, says: "I was sick In bed for nine months, with womanly troubles. I was so weak and helpless, at times, that I could not raise my head off the pillow I commenced to take Cardul, and I saw It was helping me, at once. Now I can work all day." As a tonic, for weak women, nothing has been found, for fifty years, that would take the place of Cardiu. It will surely do you good. Cardul is prepared from vege table Ingredients, and has a specific, curative effect on the womanly orpans. Try a bottle today At your druggist's. BUYING A VASE. Wsrthelmer's Clever Coup by Whle'c He Oeeured the Prize. The late Charles Wertbelmer wbei asked on one occasion what be conslci ered to be his astutest business coui thought for awhile and then told hov once when he was walking through Brighton square be espied through ai open window what he knew to be i. priceless Chinese vase. He went to the nearest postoffice. examined a loca directory and found the name of thi resident Then he called and asked for the gentleman and was shown into the study under the name of "Hamilton.' He briefly explained that he was look Ing for a modest bouse In Brightou and had taken a fancy to this one. Would the gentleman entertain an of fer for the place as it stood—"lock, stock and barrel'/" The owner, a little nonplused, hesi tated. 'If your offer is reasonable," Inter rupted Hamilton. "1 will give you an extra thousand." "Call tomorrow at 10:30. then," re plied the owner. Hamilton did and found him pre pared to accept £18.000 for the twenty two years' unexpired term and the con tents of the residence. Although this was well over market value, Hamilton at once closed, adding the extra thousand, according to prom ise. As, however, be afterward sold the vase for £35.000. his coup was un mistakable.—London Telegraph. WHISTLER THE FIGHTER. The Artist Always Took His Revenger In a Refined Way. In "Whistler as I Knew Him" Mor timer Menpes. the author, has a good deal to say about Wbistier the fight er and his quickness In resenting an affront. He is careful to add that Whistler was always refined in his methods: While be was severe he was not ac tually brutal. He never treated his enemies in a coarse way. Any man who had offended him Wbistier would rap sharply over the shoulders with his cane, and then by the time the sufferer had recovered the master would be in the next room explaining to every one bow be had Just felled bis enemy. Once he caught a man with whom he was for the moment enraged wash ing his face. Without a moment's hesitation Whistler dashed the unfor tunate head straight Into the basin of water, and while the foe was endeav oring to clear the soap from his eyes to see the cause of this sudden immer sion Whistler was In the smoking room setting the men there In a roar with the account of his adventures. When I first met Whistler he was in the act of searching for a man who. bad dared to criticise his Venetian etchings. "If,you want.to see some fun, Menpes." be said., "come with me." Fortunately the man had been warned and was nowhere to be found Slavery In Old Greeoe. The Greeks were slave owners with a vengeance. All manual work was done by "bnrharlans," as the Greekff called those who bad been captured In war. Tbe greatest of the Greeks saw no evil In the institution. Aristotle Is quite outspoken In his justification of slavery. A certain amount of mean work bad to be done, be claimed, and "mean natured men" were Intended to do It Tbe slaves in some of the Greek states outnumbered the freemen four or five to one. Manual labor came in Greece to be thought a degradation, suited only for beings who could not do the higher work. Even freemen who worked for wnges were by Aris totle placed outside the constitution. And what was true of the Greeks was equally true of roost of the other an cient nations.—Exchange. Shakospssre as an Aeter. About the year 1500 one of the Lon don companies received an addition in the person of a young man who was not only a skillful and useful actor, but who also possessed the accomplish ment of being able to adapt older plays to the taste ot tbe times and even proved to have the gift of writing tol erably good plays himself, though older and jealous colleagues might hint at their not being altogether original. This young mnu, whose capacities be came of no slight use to the company and the theater, was named William Shakespeare. From "A History of Theatrical Art." Very Complicated. Aunt Kate—What brings that young Mr. Stevens to the house so often? Mildred—Well, his mother's stepfather married a second cousin of my father's great-uunt. We're trying to figure out what relation that makes him to me. and It enn't be done in one evening.— St Louis Tiroes. Keeping Tab on Dad. "What does your father do when you ask him any questions?" asked ono small boy. "He gencmlly snys. 'I'm busy Just now don't bother me.'" replied the other. "Then when 1 go out or thf room he looks In the encyclopedia. Washington Star. Breaking the Record. The Caller—1 bear thai you've been to a party. Mabel. Did yon dnnT mueb'r Mabel inged elghn-1 should say 1 did. I danced two quadrillions —Cleveland Plain Denier. Labor—tbe expenditure of vital en ergy In some form-is tho measure nay. it is the maker, of values.—Hoi land. "Read The Dally Gate City. MONDAY, OCT.16,19X1 WELL DEVELOPED, STRONG AND HEALTHY "Our Uttk daughter is now three months ota and is doing nicely on MELUH'S FOOD I have successfully raised four cMdren on Mdlin's Food and they ate all unusually well developed, strong and healthy. We owe it all to the good start on MeDin's Food and sincerely believe it is die most valuable food in die world. Have dadfy recommended it to many mothers.1' Mi*. Sidney J. Wood, 468 Lancuta St., Leominiter, Mau. Write for a free sample of Mellln's Food to try. MBLLItra POOD CO. BOSTON, MAS& 1 No. 2. dally, leaves at ...... 4:IK pm No. 4, dally except Sunday, leaves at ................. 4:40 No. tC, dally except Sunday, freight, leaves at 8:10 am. Arrive. No. 77, dally except Sunday, freight, arrives ........ 5:00 pn» No. is, daily except Sunlay, arrives 9:36 pm No. 8, dally, arrive* tl:06 am Nos. 76 aid 77 carry passengers. Toledo, Peoria and Western Railway. xTraln 4—Leavea 7:86 am •Train 2—Leaves 8:00 pm •Train 8—Arrive ......... 12:06 *m xTraln 7-Arrivea *:10 am xDaily. 'Daily except Sunday, .' C., B. & Q. RAILWAY CO. Trains toav* from Union Depot Berths and tloketB, Fifth and John son streets. ,. South Bound. —tfo. 8, St Louis and soutb, leavea 18:4B am —No. 12, St Louis and Kan sas City (.nd west, south. leaves 8.80 am —No. 4, Quincy, Bannlbal ft St Louis, arrive z.:16 p. m, leavea 1:86 pm •No. 10, Quincy and Hanni bal, arrives S:ls8 pm No. io leaves 8:88 pm North Bound. —No. 7, Chicago, Bt Paul and pointa west, leaves .. 3:88 am —No. 13. Chicago, St Paul and points wost. arrives ... 7:88 pm -"•No, 13, leaves... 7:88 T« •No. 8, Burlington. Chicago and east, testes 1:88 pm —No. 1, Burlington, leaves 7:86 am •No. 61. Donneilsto, (X, B. A '1 K. 0, and North Boad leaves 8:80 pm •No. 60, from DonneUson, C, B. K. 0.. North Road, arrives 11:80 am •No. 1, K. ft W. ..est, leaves 848-am ••No. K, Centervllle, leaves .. 7.86 pm •No. 4, from Centervllle and points intermediate, arrives 1:16 pm •No. 8, from Centervllle and west, arrives t:i0 pm •No. 8, Centervllle, leaves 9: If pm ••No. 6, from OmtarvUlSk ar rives 11.58 am —S*11*. •Daily except Sunday. ••Sundays only. K. A W. ELECTRIC CO. East Leaves Arrive Arrive Keokuk Hamilton Jr." Warsaw *6:26 am 8:40 am 7:00 am 7:25 am 7:40 am 8:46 am 9:00 am 9:16 am 10:16 am 10:80 am 10:60 am 12:06 pm 12:26 pm 12:45 pm 2:80 pm 2:46 pm 8:00 pm 4:10 pm 4:26 pm 4:45 pm •6:20 pm 6:86 pm 6:66 pm 6:06 pm 6:20 pm 6:40 pm 7:46 pm 8.00 pm 8:20 pm 9:30 pm 9*46 pm 10:00 pm 10:46 pm I' :00 pm 11:15 pm West. Leave Leave Arrive Warsaw Hamilton Jr Keokuk •6:40 am 6:60 r.m 7:46 pm 8: am 8:20 am 9:20 am 9:40 am 9:66 am 11:00 am 11:26 am 11:40 urn 12:4? pm 1:06 pm 1:20 pm 8:10 pm 8:80 pm 8:46 pm 4:46 pm _B:05 pm 6:20 rm •6:00 pm 6:20 pm 6:86 pm 7:00 pm 7:20 pm 7:86 pm 8:46 pm 9:06 pm 9:21 pm 10:06 pm 10:26 pm 10:40 ..i 11:20 pm 11: 40 pm 11:66 pm •Dally except Sunday. AV other trains dally. •Train 473—Leaves Keokuk. .7:40 am •Train 741—Leaves Keokuk. .2:66 pm •Train 472*—Arrives Keokuk. .7:40 pm •Train 470—Arrives Keokuk. .1:06 pm Local freight Trains. •Train 86—Arrives Keokuk'.. 6:30 pm •Train 86—Lea vis Keokuk .. 7:00 am •Daily except Sunday. Foley's Kidney Pills. Supply Just the ingredients needed to build up, strengthen and restore the natural action of the kidneys and bladder. Specially prepared for back ache, headache, nervousaesB, .rheuma tism and all kidney, bladder and uri nary irregularities. Wilkinson & Co.