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1., •*». •if*.- -I -I GIANTS GIANTS 1 YANKEES "The Best For Hamilton County Reader#' ESTABLISHED CI 1817. MSSM6 COUPLE "ENJOYING AT NEAR KEOKUK •|ta Monticello High School Girl and Boy Companion Camping out on River. POLICE FIND CAMP Disappeared From Home 10 Days ago.—Wide Search Ends. Keokuk, lown, Oct. 10.—Miss Lucile Ilogan. 1U, a ml Ie Witt Thompson, 17, who disappeared at Monticello ten 't ty.s ago, ami for whom a nation wide naivh was instituted, were located last night li.v Keokuk police. The runaways were camping out on tlio bunks of tli« Dos Moines river about five miles south of Keokuk. They told thi' police that they wore enjoying tlie oiien air life. Miss Ilogan is a student at Monti ,/'k cello high school. jr BRAVE'S ARROW KILLS VICTIM FIFTY YEARS AFTER IT LEFT BOW Muscatine. Iowa, Oct. 10.-— Infection JrV fn»iu an old wound indicted by an Indian arrow fifty years ago caused a a S a a Wiunty hospital here. fie was the target of a redskin marksman while ou llie prairies of the west. "NEWSIES9AND 5 WEALTHY BOYS IN SAME CAMP Milwaukee, Oct. 10.—With llie clo.v lug of the "V" vacation cauip for IMI.VS *f ft Lake Amy Belle, elghteeu or twenty miles northwest of Milwaukee, approxi mately ,soo-l»oys. some from the wealth- icr families, many "newsies." and others, youthful member* of tlio Y. 31. C. A. and still another4 roiip broHgli^ to the camp under,, the sujiervtalon of the "Uig .Brother" movement, ended a period of recreation, ant country life experience new to- many of tlieiu. ^lio .-lay of the hoys wus divided intir per iods" of from one to foutw^vceks. The youngsters were taught the "art" of swimming, rowing, and many useful liases of camp and outdoor life, in cluding life-saving. V*. Strict discipline wn's liiiiiiitiUncn and Ii"i/.c bustiers awarded for the best kept rubinfc Jind mess hall tablgB, making keen «(iui|Mtition. A pleasing feature was the lulling of storien around the cimip tires, often relating tales of the Muliiui chiefs who roamed over these re gions when Father Manpiette and Hen nepin ventured into the wild north country two centuries ago. This cnuip is a new enterprise but has liroven more than a success. The lake itself is less than a mile wide, somewhat longer, but attains a depth sixty feet or more. The camp dif fers froiu most others in that the boys are housed iu "Y" huts or cabins, in stead of tents, and have an excellent dii.ing "hall." formerly a farmhouse, located 011 the ground that comprises forty acres. A number of good sized Wiinaraek, oak anil other native forest trues surround the lake, giving the place a l"Uch of wild life. i*"* & -. ROBBERS GET BAG OF COIN BY HOLD UP IN CRfnfVDED STREET CAR (By The Associated Press.) St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 10.—Two men at !:30 thin morning held up Robert llurdaniau, negro mesenger for the Grand Avenue bank and escaped with a satchel containing $17,050 in cash and $rl.«KiO in non negotiable paper. The robbery §vus committed on a crowded Olive street car at Twentieth street near the heart of the business section. WANT MORE CORN FOR NEAR EAST RELIEF Ik*\iolues, Iowa, Oct. 10, (Special.) —"Fifteen ear loads of corn ly Oct. iii!" Thnt.lii Hut slogan adopted l»,v the Near East relief iu the campaign for Iowa old corn. The corn will bo used for the relief of thousands of starving Armenians. Iowa's quota was 11 fty car loads but thirty-live have been underwritten, leaving but lifted! to bi donated by Oct. 20. Governor N. E. Kendall. chairman of the spetial old corn committee. and C. A. Moiitanus, state director of the Near East relief are exceedingly anxious that this quota be raised liefori* cold weather sets iu and prevents the trans portation of the corn products to northern Armenia, where 400,0«H) chil dren are starving. In a statement today, Mr. Montanus declared that information reaching him fiom the New York office of the Near East relief, indicates that unless the ship loads of coru products are'trans ported to northern Armenia witlliu a few weeks, the death list in the stricken country will reach many thous ands by spring. FIREMAN KILLED BY BANOOF SEVEN MEN BELIEVED ROBBERS (By The Associated Press.) Chicago. Oct. 10.—Stephen lVrecli tnel, .'« years old. njglit fireman at a cokl storage plant, was shot ami killed by a |Nirly of seven men. thought to have been robbers, early today, PAGEANT SHOWS GROWTH OF CITY .. IN FIFTY YEARS (l!y The Associated Press.) Birmingham. Ala., Oct. 10. -Tin1 chief feature of Birmingham's celebratioil of her fiftieth birthday during the week ef October -'4-21) will be the historical pageant dcpictihg the half century of development from a group of cornfields 1871 to the South leading industrial center in 1!21. Since the first house was built in Birmingham .only SO years ago, the pageant can present only a half wntury of the history of the eily itself. The early history of Alabama, colonial days and. the Civil war period ami reeou constructiou will be grouped in a pre lude. The main ]Nigeantv will consist of a series of separate episodes showing the various periods iu the building of Birmingham. Fifteen hundred |ter*ons will take part, including a chorus of "00 specially trained voices, and several huudred young people who will take^he dancing parts. Orchestras and bands will pro v:de the music. voiprt- Auditor. MAN AND WOMAN HELD FOR DEATH OF HER HUSBAND Chemist Examination Shows Poison in System of Farmer who Died in July. HIRED MAN AND WIFE Body Exhumed and Organs Sent to Iowa City Experts. (By The Associated Press.) West Union, Iowa, Oct. 10.—Mrs. Boss Aslibnugli and Arthur Oahoe, hired hand, on the Ashbaugli farm, were arrested here Sunday charged with first degree murder on the strength of arsenic found by chemists iu the body of Boss Ashbaugh, the woman's husband, who died July 13, ufter an illness of eight days which physicians were unable satisfactorily to diagnose. The body was exhutied September 20 and the internal organs scut to Iowa City for examination. CITY EMPLOYES DIE AS WALL COLLAPSES DURING DISMANTLING (By The Associated Press.) Lynchburg. W. V.. Oct. 10.—Fly*? men aje reported to have been killed and two others injured here when a l.rick wall of a building collapsed. It was being torn down by the city and ill' the dead and injured were work men employed by the city. GRID TEAMS TO BE STRONGER IN WEST THIS YEAR San Francisco, Cal.. Oct. 10. Foot hall teuius. representing the big univer sities and colleges of the Pacific Coast, nearly all strouger than they were a year ago, swing into action early in October with games against the club teams and smaller schools. The first I'aciiie Coast conference games are Mhcdulcd for Oct. 22. "Most of the coast teams will be stronger and conipctitiou will be some thing fierce this year," "Shy" Hunt ington, head coach at the University ot Oregon said recently in giving his views of the coming season. University of California, which won the conference title last year with an unprecedented total number of points and dvfeateil Ohio State University at Pasadena, Cal.. New Year's Day, this year promises to have another "wonder team." Only three members of the un t'efeated 1!20 eleven did not report for practice this season. Dies on Farm Where She Lived 50 Years Walnut. Neb., Oct. 10.—When Mrs. Frank Butterfield died here recently at the age of sixty-six, it marked the end of a livelihood on a farm upon which she had lived for nearly-half a century. She is survided by her husband, eleven children.—six sons and five daughters fifty-three grandchildren and one great grand child. Her survivors are all residents of the same community. None of the family has been lost. it Base ball fans, hundreds of newspajier. offices, and hun dreds of thousands watching the bulletin boards received tin: report, of the games within a second after the actual play. PARTY LINES FALL IN DEBATE ON BORAH FREE TOLL MEASURE (By The Associated l'rens.) Washington. D. C., Oct. 10.—Party lines in the senate were ignored in the closing debate today i»u the Borah bill to grant free tolls through the Panama canal to Americuii coastwise vessels. The vote was set under agree ment made several weeks ago at 4 o'clock with the passage of the bill predicted by friends anil foes. llcpublicans and several Democrats joined iu supporting tlm bill today while Senator Lodge, Mass., Republi can floor leader, was prominent among bi-partisan opponents. GERMANY HOLDS TO BANNERS OF FORMER EMPIRE Berlin, Oct. 10.—The black, red and gold flag of the German republic is less in evidence than any other of the dozen or more official emblems which wave from houses of every town and city of the country. Tlio most popular banner is the black, white and red of the former empire. Iu some provinces and in a number of towns the eputollcan flag has never been flown, is not recognized, and can not be purchased. Even in Berlin, seat of the govern ment, the flying standards of the em pire outnumber those of tlie republic, which appear generally to l»e restricted to necessary official udP or to popular demonstrations in favor i»f the now regime. The red flag of the Communists us ually flies side,»y side with the republi can colors during any popular parades or manifestations. Airplane Smugglers Puzzle Frerich Cops (By The Associated Press.) Paris. Oct. 10.—Smuggling by air plane of imitation American goods froui Germany into France is being invest igated by the French police. (Serninns are aleged to be smuggled counterfeits safety ruzor blades and pencil cases into Paris where street hawkers sell them for oiie-haif the price of genuine article. The police have had no difficulty iu ascertaining that the goods were made in Germany but hav« been unable to locate the airplane landing field used by the smugglers. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 E 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 10 BATTERIES:—Yanjts, Hoyt and Sehang Giants, Nchf and Smith. 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 6 1 WEBSTER CITY, IOWA. MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1921.<p></p>LEAD LONGEST TELEGRAPH CIRCUIT IN HISTORY (By The Associated Press.) Polo Grounds. Oct. 10.—This dispatch and the play by play story of the world's scries base ball games arc beitig trans mitted instantly ov«r .'M,000, miles of telegraph wire. Dicta t ed by a reiorter to a single sending operator, tlie report is travelling at the rate of 180,000 miles a second and is being copied throughout the country from Bangor, Maine, to Seattle, Washington: and Galveston, Texas, north to Ottawa, Can ada, and south to Havana. Cuba. This is the greatest single and unbroken telegraph circuit ever operated in the world. THE LINKUP. YANKEES Miller, cf GIANTS Burns, if Bancroft, ss Frisch, 3b Young, rf Kelly, lb E. Meusel, If Rawlings, 2Ji Smith, Nebf, *Snyilcr bat till Periiiupaugh, ss Ruth,. If ft. Meusel, rf Pippt lb Ward, 2b MiNally, 3b Scliaiig, Hoyt, for Nclif in iltlk (By The Associated Press.) Polo Grounds, Oct. 10.—The Yankees stabbed the barb of defeat iu the Giiiuts side this afteruou and walked off the field with the third victory for the American league champions. The score was to 1 and the Yankee heroes in the toppling of tho Giants were Waite Iloyt who pitched his sec ond win over tlie National league pen nant winners and Boh Meusel whose steel whips broke up the Giant batting rallies by lightning throws. First Inning. Yanks: Miller popped out to Ban croft. Frisch threw out Peck at first. Iluth struck out. No rune, no hits, no errors. Giants: Burns grounded to McNally who fumbled it and the batter was safe. Bancroft forced Burns. Peck to Ward. Frisch bounced a single off Iloyt's glove. Bancroft went to second. Young walked and the bases were fill ed. Baucroft. scored on Kelly's Texas leaguer. The liases were still filled. Meusel fanned. RawUugs forced Kelly, Peck to Ward. One ruu, two hits, one error. Second Inning. Yanks: Meusel got hit into right. Pipp sacrificed Frisch to Kelly. AVard struck out. Meusel stole third. Frisch dropped the ball on Smith's throw and Meusel dashed for homo but was thrown out, Frisch to Smith. No runs, one hit, one error. Official scorer docs not allow Meusel a steal. Giants: Smith lined out to Miller. Nehf flied out to Kutli. Burns bunted safely. Official scorer gave Smith an assist in Yanks second inning on the hit and run. Baucroft singled into right. Burns going to third. Meusel threw in behind Bancroft and Burns was caught going home. Meusel to Plpp to Ward to Pipp to Peek to Sehang. No runs, two hits, no errors. Third Inning. Yanks: McNally walked. Sehang got a two base hit. McNally going to third. Bancroft threw out Hoyt, the runners holding their bags. Miller filed to Meusel and McNally scored. Sehang went to third. Peck went out to Kelly unassisted. One run. one hit. no, errors. I Giants: Frisch singled over second. Young forced Frisch. McNally to Ward. Kelly fanned. Meusel doubled past third Young to third. Ilawllngs fouled out to McNally. No ruus, two hits, uo errors. Fourth Inning. Yanks: Bulb bunted safely, catching t.lio Giant infield flat footed. Ruth scor cd on Mousel's double to bjft. Bawl ings threw out Pipp at first. Meusel went to third. Meusel scored ou Ward's sacrifice fly to Burns. Burns made a fine catch of .McNallyV drive. Two YOUNGSTER BEATS GIANTS SECOND TIME IN SERIES RUTH FANS THREE TIMES WEATHER IS GOOD. (By Tho Associated Press.) New York, Oct. 10.—Good weather was indicated toward noon for the fifth world's series game this afternoon. Early sigus of rain disappeared and the sun was shining but the air was somewhat chilly. runs,' two hits, uo errors. Giants: Play was halted during ex amination of Kuth's leg. Ituth limped back to left field. Smith walked. Nehf fanned, Burns struck out. Smith was out stealing, Scliang to AVard. No runs, uo hits, no errors. Fifth liming. Yanks: Sehang popped to Frisch. Frisch tossed out Iloyt. Moriarity went to the Giants' bench anil cau tioned some of the players. Miller doubled to left. Peek flied to Meusel. No runs, one hit, no errors. Giauts: Baucroft flied out to Meusel Frisch lined out to Peck. Young grounded out, I'lpp uuassisted. No runs, uo hits, no errors. Sixth Inning. Yanks: Ruth struck out, for the sec ond time. Meusel fouled to Kelly. Nehf threw Pipp out at first. No runs, no hits, no errors. Giants: Kelly got a Texas leaguer Into center. MeusH furred, Kelly, Ward to Peck, ltawlings flied to Miller. Ward threw out. Smith. No runs, one hit, no errors. Seventh luting. Yanks: Ward filed out to Bancroft, McNally popped to Bancroft. Scliaug sent a high fly to Mi-usel. No runs, no hits, uo errors. Giants: Nehf flied out to Ruth. Hoyt tossed out Burns. Baucroft went out when Pipp took his roller and touchcd first. No runs, no hits, no errors. Eighth lining. Yanks: Iloyt fanned. Frisch threw out Miller. Peck cot a single off Frisch's glove, llutli lip. He struck out. No rims, one hit. no errors. Giants: Frisch grounded out to Pipp. Young got an Infield hit. Young went to third on Kelly's hit to right but Kelly was thrown out trying for second, Meusel to Ward. Meusel fouled out to Pipp who .caught the ball lean ing over spectators' Ixix. No ruus. two hits, no errors. Ninth liming. Yanks: Meusel shot a hot drive to left, but umpire called it a foul. Frisch threw nut Mcu.iei at first. Pipp went out. Kelly to Nehf. Uawllugs threw out Ward. No runs, no hits, no errors. Giants: Rawlings g«it a double into left. Smith flied to Ward. Snyder Iwtting for Nehf. Snvder struck out. Burns up. Struck out. No runs, one hit, no errors. Homer Not Kiiough. New York. Oct. 10. -Although Babe ltuth came through with a home run, his first in any world's series, the Yanks could not solve the delivery of Shuffliif Phil Douglass and lost Sun-j day's game to the Giants. 4 to 2. While Douglass was holding the Americans virtually helpless the Giants fell upou Hamilton County's Oldest Newspaper NO. 62. underhanded Carl Mays in the eighth for a bit of a slaughter and gathered in three runs. The score by inuings: On Even Ternw Again. New York, Oct. 10.—On even terms again, the Yankees and the Giants meet today in the fifth game of the world's series and both may elect to try for the edge with the' hurlers they used in the second contest—Waite Hoyt, for tho Americans, and Artie Nehf, for tho Nationals. The Giants rallied to a hitting bee agaiust underhanded Carl Mays yesterday while Sliufflin' Phil Douglass tossed his freakiest curves and won the second game, 4 to '2. Hoyt, Hugffiiu Choice. Hoyt, the Brooklyn youth who shut out the Giants at the second meeting of the teams, allowed but two hits and appears to be Hugghis only hope to put the Yanks in front again. Giant par tisans declare that he can not possibly maintain the hurling pace he set last Thursday while the Giants vow they will pummel the shots of any pitcher Huggins sends against them. There has been a lot of talk about the Giants' lost and found battiug eye* —now the Yanks are having their say. Won on Flukes. The Yanks made runs out of flukc.v hits and gteat base running iu the firs' .two games but were helpless at the hands of Jesse Barnes ou Friday and Phil Douglass yesterday. Now they an: sore and assert that they will poui.d Nehf or any other moundsuiuu McGidvv sends against them. "My team hasn't batted anywhere close to form," Miller Huggins said. Larked Sensations. While yesterday's game lacked any of the sciisational thrills that have mark ed others, it was an interesting one to watch. Peckinbaugh made the first error of the series for the Yanks in the third iiiniug when he lost Snyder's grass cutter on a bad bounce. Aaron AVard carried on his perfect work at second for the Y'anks. accepting nine chances without an error. Ruth's homer sailed long and true Into the right field bleachers and Was the one bright spot in the fading ho|N'H of Y'unk roolers. The Babe's feat wan given a noisy hand. Reichstag Deluged by Flood of Advice (By The Associated Press.) Berlin. Oct. 10.—The right of initia tive aecordedvby the constitution of tho German republic to private citizens has produced a crop of petitions to tho Reichstag which is threatening to over whelm the commission charged with their examination. Mori* than 10,000 petitions and mem orials with suggestions for ameliorating the present conditions are awaiting consideration. They run the entire gamut of public affairs, from fiscal re form to the supply of free dental treat meat for all. -J E a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 4 0 I an 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 2 7 1 Batteries: Giants, Douglass and Sny der Yanks, Mays and Sehang.