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president of Brooklyn Nationals Has
Not Forgotten $15,000 He Lost
When Joe Jumped
Tinker, Sold by CinolnnatJ to Brook
lyn, Jumped to Feds When
Money Was Delivered
[By Hal Sheridan. Written for
NW YORK. Nov. 25.—President
Dedication EJbbets, he of the Brook
lyn Nationals, is giving vent once
more to loud and prolonged groans
toucbln' and appertalnin* to (as
Stockholder Bill Devery used to say
•when lie "was chief of police) Joseph
Federal Tinker and $15,000.
As is -well known to earnest stu
dents of the political and financial
history of the Federal league, EJbbets
'bought Tinker for that sum from
Garry Herrmann of the Cincinnati
"It's a mere trifle,'* thought ETbbets
as he handed the Rhineland chief a
certified check for the release of the
short stop. "I can get it back again by
holding a splendid 'Tinker day* and
lure the shekels in that •way."
Unhappily, however, Tinker couldn't
see Gowanus and declined to write
his signature in the lower right hand
corner—next to the red seal—and
jumped to the Federal league instead.
And the fans of Chicago's north side
held the "Tinker day."
But the saddest part of the story
Is that Joseph did not take into his
•condence President Dbbeta and the
latter handed over the big check
without imagining that Josephus did
not care to play in the city of grave
In the meantime the boss of Brook
lyn's ball boosters is waiting for the
National league meeting at the Wal
dorf Astoria in this city on December
8. He vows that he'll be paid in full.
At that you cannot blame Eflbe?e.
Cornell at Atlantlo City.
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PHILADELPHIA, Pa., Nov. 25.—
WhHe the Cornell eleven was partak
ing of the sea air and light practice
at Atlantic City today, the Pennsyl
vania squad completed its final train
ing of the season at a nearby club in
preparation for the annual Tbanksgiv- the finish
ing day clash. Roger Townsend
iPenny's left tackle who sustained
torn ligaments in his right knse in
practice, will be replaced by Charley
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Regret of Both Schools Expressed
Over Inability to Play Fort
There Is much regret on the part
of the Keokuk high school football
squad and the athletic authorities of
the local school over the inability to
have Fort Madison here tomorrow. At
Fort Madison, the report is, that
there are great gobs of gloom on the
The circumstances however, seem
unavoidable, and there is no feeling
between the cities. The Fort Madison
regulars will be out of the game on
account of injuries. The report which
was published that they had been de
clared ineligible through some trou
ble, is wrong, and the statement was
Dr. Reid, principal of the high,
school, last night explained the situa
tion. The Fort Madison team, through
injuries, was not able to play its regu
lar eligible men. They asked permis
sion to play ineligibles to fill these
places. Keokuk was willing but to al
low such a state of affairs, the sanc
tion of the state athletic association
was needed. This was not forth
coming, so consequently negotiations
had to be declared off, to the regret of
Selection of Golf Courses,
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
NEW YORK, Nov. 25.—A wider se
lection of courses for the three 1915
golf championships is expected to be
submitted by the executive committee
of the U. S. Golf association this
year. A mail vote is now being taken
by the executive committee and it is
possible that three courses may be up
for vote on each of the championships
at the annual meeting January 8. Prom
inent western golfers complained last
year that they were deprived of a vote
on the club which they most desired
to obtain in the venture.
Names All-Western Team.
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CHICAGO, Nov. 25.—Lambert G.
Sullivan, in the Chicago Dally News
today makes the following selection
of an "all western" eleven, picking
from both conference and other
teams: Ends: Graves, Illinois, and
Solon. Minnesota tackles, Buck, Wis
consin., and Halllgan, Nebraska
guarcta, Bachman, Notre Dame, and
Chapman, Illinois center, Desjardlen,
Chicago quarter, Russell, Chicago
half backs, Pogue, Illinois, and
Chicago full back, Maulbetsch, Mich
Tillman Wins Decision.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., Nov. 25.—
Johnny Tillman, the Minneapolis light
weight, was awarded the -decision over
Steve Ketchel of Chicago, in a 10
round hard milling contest last night.
Tillman scored a knock down to the
10th round and had Ketchel going at
Dillon Wins Decision.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
DENVER, Colo., Nov. 25.—Fight
fan8 who witnessed the 15 round fra
cas between Jack IMllon and Fighting
Langford Ends Training. Dick Gilbert at the Colorado A. C., ex
TUnited Press Leased Wire Service.l pressed satisfaction today with the
LOS ANGELES, Nov. 25.—Final! verdict of the referee who awarded
touches were put on their trabifng. the decision to IMllon on points. Gil
here todfey by Sam Langford and bert fought with desperation through
•Harrv Wills who will meet Jn a 20 out, but was outclassed by the Hoos
round battle at MeCarey's arena ier boxer.
Thanksgiving afternoon. If Langford
wins, he will renew hii efforts to ar-® Welsh Strains Hand.
range a battle with Jack Johnson eith- [United Press T^eased Wire Service]
er In Havana or In some point in BOSTON'. Mass., Nov. 25—Instead
Mexico near the American border. of breaking his han^j as was reported,
I Freddie Welsh only strained the
No Olympic Games. muscles in his fight last night with
fUnited Press Leased V. ire Service.] Freddie Wells. His manager stated to
NEW YORK, Nov. 25.—All hope of-day that the injury would in no way
eecuring any athletes frewn countries! interfere with his fighting.
now at war for the Olympic games
scheduled to be held In Berlin in 1916 Pickln' on Napa Again,
has vanished, according to A1 Cope-j [United press Leased Wire Service.]
land who until recently was coach of CHICAGO, Nov. 25.—They're ptckin'
the Austrian team.-. He declared the Jon the Cleveland Naps again. Owner
teams in Europe have gradually disin- Weeghman of Chicago Feds, had a
•tegrated and long before time for the long talk with Rip Hagerman, Cleve
games the warring nations will be land pitcher, yesterday and today
denuded of athletes and without funds Hagerman said he might sign a Fed
for the undertaking. [contract before night.
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Baron to Pilot Iowa.
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IOWA CITY, Iowa, Nov. 25.—Irving
J. Baron, tackle, will head the Iowa
team next fall. Barron was chosen at
the annual banquet last night.
Old Glory Sale.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
NEW YORK, Nov. 25.— Nearly every
stable of note Is represented at thej
annual Old Glory sale of race horses
which will continue at Madison Square
Garden until Friday. High prices
were indicated when yearling trotter.
Harvest Note, was sold to a New. York
er for $2,100.
Burned In Station.
[United Press leased Wire Serviee.l
MANCHESTER, Minn., Nov. 25.—
That Mrs. Irene Joleman, young wife
of a former Montana ranch employe,
came to her death through burning in
the station of the Minneapolis and
St. Louis railway, of which she was
in charge, was the coroner'B verdict
in the Inquest Into her death and ap
pears today to be about as far as the
authorities will take the affair. In
troduced evidence that the young sta
tion agent and her ha*band had quar
reled through Jealousy, failed to cause
ithe husband to be put under arrest.
Various persona who had helped take
the body from the flames, failed to
substantiate the report that the body
had been wrapped in wire.
County Attorney N. E. Peterson Is
authority for the statement today that
the case may not be takcp much
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Warsaw, 111, Nov. 25, 1914.
Dr. J. Eaton Johnston reports from
Rochester, Minn.: "Mr. J. O. Mcala
han is recovering nicely from his
operation on Thursday, 'November 19.
As for myself, I am very well, have
renewed my youth. Hope to be home
by the 29th." This will be welcome
news to the many friends of Dr.
Johnston and Mr. McMahan.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Koch and
family are now nicely domiciled in
their handsome new home at the cor
ner of Lafayette and Ninth streets. It
is a well constructed residence and
provided with modern oonvenlences.
Street Superintendent Kretchmor
has his force at work these days re
pairing Main street -between Fourth
and Fifth. There were several un
even and hollow places, caused by
heavy traffic. This will toe appre
ciated especially by the "Joy riders,"
as now they are no longer in danger
of being Jerked up into the aifwhen
sailing along in their autoe 4b
thirty or forty mile clip.
No doubt all the members of the
honorable turkey family would ex
tend a rising vote of thanks and call
blessed the culinary expert who
could invent a Thanksgiving bill of
fare in which they would not figure
prominently, but it seems for the
present they must keep the painful
honor heaped upon them by unanim
ous consent of the "lords of creation."
Some fine specimens of the Cherished
fowl are offered for sale by our deal
ers at a reasonable price.
Thanksgiving day will be observed
by the Lutheran church with special
services, beginning at 10 a. m-. In the
evening the chojr of the church will
serve an oyster supper "at Concordia
hall from 5 to 8 o'clock.
"The Administration of Justice as
Viewed by a Christian Layman" was
the subject of the address 1Ty Mr.
George Hempen at the publlo men's
meeting Sunday afternoon at the
Evangelical hall. The address which
touched some Important points, was
well reoelved by the crowded gather
ing. Eleven speakers took part In the
discussions, namely: Judge Crawford,
Rev. A. BJrnst ,Mr. Heinemann of Keo
kuk G. GoUiher, Rev. Krughoff, J.
Faathoff, C. F. Kopp, Rev. B. H. J&gd
steln, G. Hempen, Fred W. Lemkan
and George Rlsto expressed t?elr ap
preciation about the course and con
duct of the discussion. Rev. Ernst
extended a cordial invitation to help
start the men's movement in Keokuk,
the first meeting of which will be
held Thursday, December 10, at St.
Paul's hall. Eleventh and Exchange
streets. After a discussion of mere
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TAX SALE NOTICE.
To Gerold Smith or Grold E. Smith:
You are hereby notified that onHh0
4th day of December, 1011, the rear
ten (10) feet of the front ..Afty (SO)
feet of lot one (1). and two (S).
Fayette square, in the oKy of Keokuk.
Iowa, was sold to Georg« S. Tucker
for delinquent 1910 taxes by the treas
urer of Lee county, Iowa, and) that a
certificate of sale was duly issued by
said treasurer to said Purchaser pur
suant to said sale that the under
signed Is the lawful holder and owner
of said oertlOcate of purchase, and
thp right of redemption from said sale
will expire and tax deed be made by
the treasurer of mid county to said
George's. TwAer for sal6 real estate,
pursuant to said sale, unless redemp
tion therefrom is made within ninety
days from the completed service of
OBOBOB s. Tucmnn
than two hours, the chairman. Rev.
Jagdstein, closed the meeting with
benediction. Tfee next maetag wtll
take place Sunday, December 6, at
Hamilton. The Warsaw men were
kindly invited to this meetlhg by
Barrett Haa Sympathy.
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ST. PAUL, Minn., Nov. 25.—While
representatives of the law of the state I
of Minnesota are at Detroit, Mich.,
seeking to tear Albert Barrett from'
Ilia home, his wife and his baby, Gov-!
ornor Efeberhart is meeting informally
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 25
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TAX 8ALE NOT IC€.
To Lydla I* Cmith.or BUsa Smitt"
Tou are hereby notified that on th
4th day of December, 1W1, the
divided one-half (tt) of the r«af
eighteen and seven-twelfths (18 M»)
feet of the front sixty-eight and' sevs*
twelfth (68 7-12) feet of lot one
and two (2), Fayette square, |a
the city of KeekuK Iowa, was sold
George B. Tucker for deltnfluent taxw
of 1010 by the treasurer of Lee county,
Iowa, and that a certificate of
was duly Issued by said treasurer to
saM purchaser pursuant to eaM sale,
that the undersigned Is the lawful
holdwr and owner of said certiftost®
of purchase, and the right of redemp
tion from said sale will expire and
tax deed be made by the treasurer
said county to the said Qeorge
Tucker for said reel estate, pureuant
to said sale, artless redemption there
from Is made with hi ninety W"
from the complete® service of
with three members of tJ»e rtate be#*
of pardons today for special c0®8
atlon of Barrett's ^e
this meeting may "be a special se«i
of the entire stat* board of par*^
for the purpose of calling off the TW
resentatlvt3 now In Detroit.
Newrpaper editorial temands
Barret be left -with his family in De
troit, wero today madu unanimous.
—Read The Dairy Gale
cents per week.