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Former An*on Wltdman Pitcher
order came, was "Bugs," who glimp
Red his long Cherished desire to
pummel a "pug" of reputation.
Taylor had recently opined to his
pals that he was rather classy with
«"his "dukes," and whep ordered to the
'Whitney gym he stipulated that he be
permitted to clash with the Cedar
Rapids blacksmith. His mates were
strong for this plan and encourage!
.. Taylor to "clean" the Cedar Rapids
hope. Whitney consented to meet thej
•'.Burniey bad man and the two wentl
through the ropes for a real go.
Six minutes later it was all over.'
Whitney cut loose a new one to the
jy^'piicher and Taylor in a dazed condi
"I never saw that one before show
,lt to mei, again.1
There were a few-
Greek will Attemot to Threw Local
Man Three Time® In Sixty
Minutes at Gym.
George Roumas and Charles Henne
mann will clash in a handicap wrest
ling match at the Y. M. C. A. gym
nasium this evening at 8:1". Roumas
has agreed to throw Hennemann three
times in sixty minutes.
TAMED IN FIGHT:
4 Longer Boasts of His
Ability as a
HE MET A REAL
Went Six Minutes In Bout
^'Frankle'' Whitney's Cedar
at Rapids Training
MarBhailtown Times Republican:
The celebrated "Bugs" Taylor, coal
miner, monndsman. embryo prize
fighter, and erstwhile Anson pitcher,
realized his life's ambition a few
i^avsgago, when he entered the squar
circle with a "really, truly" r-ugii-
THia experience, however, had aj
"-mination other than that cherished
1 the pugnacious one. The gloved
encounter, which was staged in I
"Frankie" Whitney's training quart-j
ers at Cedar Rapids, was brought
about through the forced Idleness ofj
the Bunnies, owing to the bad wea'.h-j
er. The members of the team were]
Bent.to the "Whitney "gym" to get a Club,
morning workout, and the most de-iChicagc
lighted member of the party, when the 1 Detroit
the Illinois coal miner. Man-
-ager Hamilton was soon convinced
jy that he was about to lose the services
of a perfectly good pitcher, and he en
tered into an argument to disabuse
Taylor's idea regarding his world
Taylor was ready to announce that
tie had procured a great sufficiency
and admitted that, as a prize fighter,
.he was a misfit. He is now nursing a
bruised and battered pair of lips, his
nose lost its contour, and his left orb
is beautifully and properly closed.
"Bugs" is a wiser man and Manag
er Hamilton is silently congratulat
ing himself on the fact that the Bunny
wild man ig tamed.
This is Hennemann's first appear- ington.
ance on the mat here for some time
and It i3 exported that the hont will
attract a good crowd, the local hoy
having many friends here who believe
the Oreek will have trouble in hand
ling him, despite the weight handicap.
Hennemann weighs in at 135 while
Roumas tips the twam at IfiO.
WET GROUNDS KEEPS
ALL CLUBS IDLE
Indians Have Not Played Since Mon
day—Leave After Tomorrow
for Short Road Trip.
Yesterday's game between Mason
City and the Indians was called off
on account of wet erotmds and pros
pects for a battlp this afternoon seem
.»d exceedingly remote this morning.
The Indians havp not played sinrp
Monday. The team leaves Saturday
night for Marphalltown where they
start a series that will keep them
awav from home until Junp
All other games in the league also
•were called off yesterday.
New York Law Institute Election.
NEW YORK. May 28—Tho
York law institute today holds its an
nual eVction of officers. The ticket,
nominated some time aso. that is
likely to be successfnl is:
Pres'dent, I'nitrd States Circuit
Court Judge E. Henry Lacombs: vice
presidents. George h. Ineraham. Alton
B. Parker. Thomas H. Hubbard. Eeer
ton I... Winthrop. Jr.. Alfred E. Hon-
Four bits will oil your way
Into the grandstand for both
games of tomorrow afternoon's
double header between the In
dlaog and Mason City Claydlg
gers. The first game starts at
I On account of the bad weather
which has prevented the playing
of any games since Monday, the
St. Louis ...
St. Louis, 6 New York, 5 (10
Cincinnati, fi Boston. 0.
Philadelphia. 8: Chicago, 5.
Brooklyn, 2 Pittsburgh, 0.
Burlinpton .. 20 5
.Muscatine .. 20 14 6
KEOKUK .. 18 11 7
Marshalltown 17 9
Waterloo .. 19 7 12
Cedar Rapids 19 13
Mason City 17 3 14
admission for both games, 50
cents. This Includes grand stand
seats, no extra charge being
other new ones Philadelphia ........19
other new ones,
St. Louis 17
New York 11
Chicago, 8: New York, 2.
Washington, S Detroit, 2.
Cleveland, 3 Philadelphia, 8.
Open date for St. Louis and Boston.!
at made for a seat under the can- Ralph De Palma In Mercedes is Fa
,• If you have the least desire
to see Keokuk remain a member
of the Central association, you
had best come out for both
games. This speil of bad weath
er has put a huge bole in the
club coffers. It's up to the fans
to plug this gap.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS,
Buffalo, 3 Pittsburgh. 6.
All other games postponed
count of rain.
Detroit at St. I^ouis.
Cleveland at Chicago.
Boston at Philadelphia.
Open date for New York and Wash-
Brooklyn at St. I.ouis.
Newark at Chicago.
Haltiniore at Kansas City.
Buffalo at Pittsburgh.
St. Louis at New York.
Philadelphia at Boston.
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn.
Open date for Chicago and Cincin
Standing of the Clubs—Yesterday's
No games yesterday. account
and wet grounds.
Where They Play Today.
Mason City at Keokuk.
Marshalltown at Burlington.
Cedar Rapids at Muscatine.
Waterloo at Clinton.
I —Read The Gate City want colt
Indianapolis 500 Mile Classic is Post
poned Until Monday Be
cause of Bad
local directors decided to stage
another of their popular barg
ain day attractions, providing it
does not rain again tomorrow
'BETTING ODDS ON RACE
vorite With Betting Fan«
I United Press Leased Wire Service.!
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May 28.—The
speedway 500 mile race was today
postponed until Monday.
I This announcement was made today
by the speedway management which
gave as the reason that the grounds
of the speedway are in bad condition
and the weather threatening. The
management thought it bad -policy to
try to handle the big crowd on a
It is a fact also that the roads lead
ing here are in bad condition and the
usual tourist attendance has not 'ar
Pct. rived. The track is in fine condition.
.676'while racing fans were trying today
.622^ to adjust the betting odds for tomor
.531 'row's 500 mile speedway race, the
.481' managers of-.the speedway privately
.469jroached the opinon that it was about
.424 even money the race would be post
.412!poned to Monday.
.353 Roads leading to Indianapolis are In
bad shape. For two weeks the weath
er has been cold and rainy. The usual
Pet. I tremendous speedway crowd from out
.600'of town is not here.
.583 Ralph DePatma's Mercedes, a Ger
576 man car, ranked the favorite today.
:543! The odds were three to one to win,
.515 even money to placn and two to five
.484 for third. Howard Wilcox's Stutz was
.382 next, five to one even money and one
•.514 to two. Resta's Peugeot ranked with
Wilcox. Following in their o^er were jheed
Porporato Sunbeam, Gil Anderson
Pet. Stutz, Earl Cooper's Stutz and Bob approved
633 Burman's Peugeot. Cooper's, odds were
.588'five and six to one, even money and
.516. one to two.
5001 The biggest bet registered today
.469 was $600 to $200 that DePalma would
469 win The cream colored German
433 racer driven bv the popular
Howdv Wilcox's Stutz,
GOLF TOURNEY AT
.379 has a great following. In th.? elimi- Warrant No. 1730 Street
'nation speed trials this racer averaged Warrant No. 1731 Sewer
S8.2 miles an hour, second only to
0TTUMWA, JUNE 7
Team Will Compete for the
Prizes in lowa-lllinola An
OTTUMWA, Iowa. May M.—The
Ottumwa Country club will be host
June 7, to the Iowa-Illinois Golf asso
ciation which will hold its annual
competition here. Among the
cities which are expected to send
teams are Qulncy, Galesburg, Mon
mouth, Keokuk, Burlington. Ke
wanee and Fairfield. Centerville, Os
kaloosa and Muscatine are consider
ing affiliating with the association in
time to enter teams in the competi
The Burlington team won the tour-
Sweetheart's Diary Saves Him. jtenns
worthless check. The state cited a
prettv Ei?p»redarwltnh her^girUsl!
diary.'to show that Lee was with her
Lee was freed.
richp. members of thp executive com
mittee. class of 19IS. I^ewis Ca««i T.od-! Hardest Luck Pitcher.
yard and Robert l.tidlow Frr Ter: I United Press Leased Wire Service.
1 mont race track will be arraigned to
members of the auditing committee.: CHICAGO. May 2S.—The hardest day before Juatice of the Peace W. R. ja the office of the City Clerk.
Daniel S Hansen. John H. Parsons luck pitcher in the world was found Jones of Hempstead. It is expected
and John Henry Hammond. today. It is Pitchor Adams, a "prep" they will waive the hearing today and
Race Track Gambling.
TUnited Press Leased Wire Service)
NEW YORK, May 28.—Three men
charged with gambling at the Bel-
I pitcher^ who pitched and lost a no-hit' allow themselves to be held fbr the
Steel Makers Meet in Washington. game to Morton high A walk, two grand Jury in order to make a test
WASHINGTON, May 28 —The Steel
Plate Transferrers* association will
meet here tomorrow and delegates
nents two runs.
errors and infield out gave his oppo- case of bow bettinz can_be conducted
at race tracks in New York.
Read The Dally Gate City. Jgjg|
THE DAILY GATE CITT
NT. \V. Cowles is president of the!
the Ottumwa Country club.
Official Council Proceedings
*•', (Form of Coupon)
The Treasurer of the City of Keokuk, Iowa, will pay to bearer, Twen
ty-flve Dollars, on the First day of 19 the office of JI. "W.
Halsey & Company, in the city of Chicago, Illinois, for semi-annual Interest
on its Funding Bond dated June 1, 1915.
Clerk of the City of Keokuk.
On each bond shall be endorsed the certificate of the Treasurer In the
State of Iowa"
This bond duly and properly registered in my office, as of the First
day of June, 1915.
Passed and approved May 14, 1915.
are hereby approved and ordered paid.
'warrant No. 1734 Bridge
!Warrant No. 1735 Grading
Warrant No. 1736 Park
Warrant No. 1737 General
Aye—Moorhead, Collins, Schmidt.
association and B. Baker is secre- report of the City Engineer be, and the same is
Attest: O. W. SANDBEJRG, City Clerk.
There being no further buslnese, Council, irpon motion, adjourned.
S. W. MOORHBAD, Mayor.
Attest: O. W. SANDBERG, qty Clerk.
nament last year on its home grounds cilman Collins. Mayor Moorhead presiding.
and will make an effort to retain the jgu -were read and approved.
trophy this year. The Ottumwa
team which "won the team prize in
the state tournament last year, will! Resolution No. 1041.
be handicapped considerably by the
absence of R. C. Smith, but the other "Whereas. On the fifth day of April, 1915, Cameron, Joyce & Company
three members—A. M. Bartlett. state did enter into contract with the City of Keokuk for the improvement of
champion. D. B. Baker and N. Second street from the north line of Main te the south line of Blondeau, by
ha^'not^been1named yet.6 °Urt
Paving same with asphalt macadam, which contract was duly approved by
The Iowa-Illinois tournament is a Council on the 14th day of April, 1916, and
competition for team? of four players. Whereas, The said Cameron. Joyce & Company has fully completed %he
togey'"andhtheB telVwfth the^t' «e Improvement in accordance with the terms and
score is champion for a year. There conditions of the said contract and the plans and specifications thereto at
are individual prizes for best scores tached, as shown by the certificate of the City Engineer, filed with the City
and a handicap ball match will also Clerk on the 25th day of February, 1915, therefore,
tary. adopted, and that the paring constructed on Second street from the north
ST. PAT"L, Minn, May 28.—Norman thereto attached, and the cost thereof is hereby determined to be $1,021.48,
Iee is a tree man today because he' as shown in said report of the City Engineer and
.SlG'time at which Lee was in company street, showing the separate lots or parcels of ground, or portions thereof,
.17C! with two men down town. His fiancee, subject to assessment for the cost of the construction of the said Improve-
at the time. The alibi worked and ground abutting thereon and adjacent thereto, according to area, so
as to include one-half of tho privately owned property between the street so
I improved and the next street, whether such privately owned property abut
on said street or not, bat in no case shall privately owned property situated
more than three hundred (300) feet from the street so improved be so
assessed, (and against said railway or street railways whose tracks are lo
oted thereon), which said plat and schedule, when completed, «h»il be filed
Resolved. By the City Council of the City of Keokuk that the said
line of Main to the south line of Blondeau, by Cameron, Joyce ft Company
on Monday evening, will be given by ,,,
under its contract with the City of Keokuk, bearing date of April 6, 1JH5,
I is hereby approved and accepted, as having been fully completed under the
conditions of the said contract and the plans and specifications
Adopted May 20, 1915, by the following vote:
Moorhead, aye Collins, absent Schmidt, aye.
Ayes, 2 noes, 0. Approved and signed:
Attest: O. W. SANDBERG, City Clerk.
O. W. SANDBERG. City Clerk.
Attest: O. W. SANDBEJRG, City Clerk.
Recorded May 14, 1915.
O. W. SANDBERG, City Clerk.
There 'being no further business. Council, upon motion, adjourned.
Attest: O. W. SANDBERG. City Clerk.
Mayor of the City of Keokuk.
Treasurer of the City of Keokuk.
Be It Further Resolved, That said bonds hereby authorized shall be
signed by the Mayor and attested by the City Clerk, with the Seal of said
Oity-affixed, -and the interest coupons thereon attached shall be executed la
tiie same manner and when executed, they shall be delivered to the Citjf
Treasurer to be by him registered, sold and delivered to the purchasers'
thereof, and the proceeds of said bonds shall be used only for the purpose
of paying and discharging said outstanding obligations, or said Funding
Bonds may be issued in exchange for said outstanding obligations at the par
value of said bonds. In any event, said outstanding obligations shall be
cancelled simultaneously with the delivery of said Funding bonds, the In
tention being to change, but not to increase the Indebtedness of said city.
Be It Further Rescolved, That the City Council shall annually levy a
tax upon the taxable property within said city, in addition to the levy au
thorized for other purposes, a sufficient sum to pay the interest coupons
on the bonds hereby authorized, as and when the same mature, and also
to create and maintain a sinking fund, which ah
11 be sufficient to discharge
the principal of said bonds at their maturity, and the moneys arising from
such levies shall be known as the "Bond Fund," and shall be used for the
payment of interest coupons and bonds, and for no other purpose whatever.
Introduced, complete in form for final passage, May 6, 1915.
S. W. MOORHBAD. Mayor.
Attest: O. W. SANDBEJRG, City Clerk.
Filed for public inspection May 6, 1915 to May 14, 1915, both days in
S. W. MOORHBAD, Mayor.
S. W. MOORHBAD, Mayor.
Council met in regular session with all members present. Mayor Moor-
Resolution No. 1060,
Be It Resolved. By the City Council of the City of Keokuk:
That the following pay rolls and library tax apportionment be, and they
which ateft- •**•.
Warrant Nb. 1733 Improvement
Warrant No. 1738 Board of Health 1.25
Warrant No. 1739 Keokuk Public Library 500.00
Warrant No. 1740 Keokuk Public Library 500.00
Warrant No. 1741 Keokuk Public Library 500.09
May 17, 1915, 9 a. m.
idjng. Minutes of meetings of May 13 and 14, 1915, were read and
S. W. MOORHBAD, Mayor.
Council met In regular session with all members, present except Coun
Minutee of meeting of May 17,
May 20, 1916, 9 a. m.
Erected to prepare a plat and schedule of the said portion of the said
Aether with the names of the owners thereof, as far as practicable.
«™»nt assessable by law against each privately owned lot or par-
S. W. MOORHEAD,
Mayor of the City of Keokuk.
DOUBLE KEADEt TOMORROW
At Baseball Park
No Charge for Grand Stard
Careful hauling of merchan
dise, machinery, furniture, mu*.
leal Instruments and heavy
Our storage and warehouse is
Large, clean and safe.
Phone 18.625 Blondeau
Restored to Good Health.
"I was sick for four years with
stomach trouble," writes Mrs. Otto
Gans. Zanesville, Ohio. "I lost weight
and felt so weak that I almost gare
up hope of being cured. A friend told
me about Chamberlain's Tablets, and
since using two bottles of them I have
been a well woman." Obtainable every
Six Reported Dead.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
MUSKOGEE, Okla., May 28.—Wind,
water and lightning claimed six lives
in Oklahoma, according to reports, to
day, seeping in over crippled wlre3.
Railway sqfyl«e-.*lg paralized in
southeast Oklahoma. The Arkansas
river Is rising here.
A cyclon© early today wrecked sev
eral houses at Cleora.
National Child Labor Conference.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 28.—Among
hereby approved and !a" exhibits at the great exposi
41MM A* nljl Awn A 1 A#
tion now being held here, none is of
greater importance to the country
than the national conference on child 323 Blondeau.
labor which opens hare today. It will
be in session until May 31
The confer'sq^ Will be principally
concerned with the national aspects
of child labor. The defeat of the Pal-
mer-Owen bill last winter by the votej*
of Senator Overman of North Caro- 4
lina after the house of representatives ...
bad passed it by an overwhelming
vote will be followed up by a still
more vigorous campaign in the next'
congress. Dr. Felix Adler, chairman' a
national child labor committee,
Mrs. Florence Kelley, general secre-1
tary of the National Consumers'
league. Senator Robert I*.
Francis J. Heney, all Interested in
the national regulation of child labor,
will be among the speakers in San
Francisco and will help to peifect
the plans for the coming campaign.
FRIDAY, MAT 28, 1915
Is entirely different from our other National Parks,
so even though you have,seen the others, there is still
a delightful surprise in store for you. Glacier-Na
tional park is located in the northwest corner of Mon
tana, has an area of 1.500 square miles, 250 deep blue
or emerald green lakes and sixty or more living gla
ciers. Definite tours from $2.50 and up, are available
through the park. Let us tell you more about this
truly wonderful park and how best to get there, or
how to include it in a trip to the Pacific coast. Call,
write or telephone.
C. F. Conradt, City Ticket Agent
Fifth and Johnson Sts. Phone 976.
MADE IN KEOKUK
¢ pieces in each package.
Sold at the Following
P. C. FINN, 30 South Fourth.
FRED DE YOltfG, 26 South Fourth.
SMITH BROS., 316 Main
GEO. I MM EG
ART, 706 Main
E. R. TAFT, 810 Main
J. N. DUM-ENIL, 1006 Main
P. V. BEAR, T116 Main
REINER'8 GROCERY, 1126 Main
J. M. REIMERS CO., 1128 Main
R. O'BLENESS, 1320 Main
J. W. TALLY A SON, 1200 Johnson
JOE SITTLER, 1728 Main
SITTLER BRANCH, 1128 Fulton
SANITARY GRO. CO^ 318 So, 18th
JOHN LORDEN, 1623 Bank
F. E. ELTING, 1900 Exchange
P. AYRESv 429 South Twelfth
MR-Sb GEO. NEYENS,
1403 Des Moines
P. KELLY, 1500 Palean
MRS. F. P. WELLS, 527 South 15tn
EUGENE CNEIL, 1029 Park
EO DE YONG, 428 Palean
JOHN ROVANE, 500 Palean
A. p. J. EWERS, 608 Palean
JOHN DE YONG, 1200 Morgan
MISS KATE SCHENK,
C. M. LAUBERSHEIMER,517 Main
J. E. BROWN LEE, 1528 Johnson
P. N. JACOBS, 1124 Main
DR. W. P. SHERLOCK,
PHYSICIAN ANJ SURGEON.
Office, M^sonio Temple. Residence,
Office Honrs—10 to 12 a. m, $ to
3 p. m. evenings. 7 to 8 Sundays,
11 to 1 p. m. United States civil ser
DR. BRUCE QILFILLAN,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office, 621U Main street, over
Winger Bros, store. Bell phooe 190
Residence, S17 North Fourth street.
Bell 'phone 1280-Red.
Hours—10-12 a. a. 2-4 p. m. 7-J
p. m. Snnday by appointment.
C. A. JENKINS, M. D.
Room 4, Estes bnlldlns.
Office phone 29 residence, 669.
Honrs—10-12 a. m. I to p. B.
DR. W. FRANK BROWN,
Surgery and Ucolcgy,
Honrs—2:-4 p. m. 7:90-8:80 p. &
Office No. 10 North Fifth street.
Over Keokuk Savtoes bank.
Res. No. 318 North Fifth street.
8. H. AYRES*
No Drugs—No Knife—No Osteopathy.
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CHICHESTER S PILLS
Many prominent Californians have
been activp in making the arrange
ments to bring the child labor confer
ence west of the Mississippi for tfte presented by one of the national child
first time in the history of the nation- labor committee's investigators who
al child labor committee and will take is making a study of them. Others
part in the session devoted to the active in educational work will lead
consideration of child labor in the the discussion on the kind of educa
west when a report of conditions ac- tlon that muat supplement child laboi
toally existing in the west wiU. be legislation^
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