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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1913.
This is Worse Than, Betting on the Giants Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher . t , P II : T" ; : 1 PT .. PI' , . ... Of - If 1 VWfJ-i'iTa YntfURt How , . j I "" I !i MUCH IT COST Mfc FOR. I ' ' ',, " -'. . ' , , . , ' 4 H vw.o sER-ie-ncKetsV .: r '. (ptrMT i "S ' ' is, n - . m -g fl h 4T MCAVit O-eFP lost . , !.' i.i-- u poor., 15J j) a f. '"-' FTay. , JKKaS. thtt- r dou-a?, ft FRAN i wibt xrcovri , , r I IT J , , jwrwj'mw " f uoow.,utt, t wht ) l) " " IE0KUK STATUS IS UHYEILED Itwa BtHjkkn of AaKfeaa 1ys lvtisa X&re Ckarg t. vXXf. WIXUAM 0. 8T0JLY TALKS John Xeoknk, (ireat-Oreat-Grandseai of (he Famous Chieftain, tic-' Hvera M(urr from -Xli People. xot;uic, it, ot the ite wkb fcree-quarfera tf a eenttify ago s4s war Vers hed, a"Vre statu, of Chief? Xeefcuk was thia-affemeon ufl a4 pJk'. The 'unveiling cere mony KM Held In connection with the lew. Daughters of th American Invo lution oon(rBCe, whtcl U Ih sewlon to- Mr. William Cummins Story, nattenal ltlJfrt general at the Daughters or the American Revolution, waa one it the aakcra at the unvtlllng exercises which were held Ir, (ho Grand Opera house ln- id of the park on account of IncUtn ency of the weather, John Keokuk, resident of tl 8ae nnd Fox. acency In Kanaaa, and irrtat-ffrat-gTnon at (he noted chief, delivered a meeate from hie people at the exercise. Xra. Story In hef addreH before the flrnt eeeelon at the state conference thla mernln uriea dn completion of the en terpriie ef nrklnf rloneer trails aero ttw cwrnttry, A table tuklmr the Mer Mfi trail ocreee Iowa wi dedicated )n centlo V-jth Mio unvelllnc of the Xeo kuk sUtwt: - iUlse Tb fret HlKh. The statue ef Chief Keokuk Is of sese. ten leet In height, retUrnt on a boss JWWtri ei hth. U is the wmU' tot MlMKeiH V. Walker, an Iowa 4ri. new Uvlnc In CMco, Great care was token In the reproduction of Chief Km. talk's &r. and Miss Walker Made fre Mm Mellow is flavor. Aged for year's n charred casks, 1 mm II warehouses flooded with sunshloe. 'ill II Bes( Northers Rye always selected by a iswsaber of the firm. KM Purest water from weli3 sualc k-oadrsds of leet Into soil mm Ibsestoae. Iw MM That's why the man who kaows always insists os RED TOP RYE M r&XBIMAMa) WXftTHZIMfcK MOtit, 914irW MM (sHsMflgMsBdBglg quent trips to the Smithsonian institute and to numerous historical societies throughout the central states in order to give a correct picture of the Indian as he lived. The tones of. Chief Keokuk were burled recently under the statue. They were brought here a number' of years ago from Ottawa, Kas. When first found, the ' skull and a number of the bones of the arm were mtsetnir, but later the skull was discovered In a white men's ledge' at Ottawa where It was being Used In an Initiation ceremony. Historians wrke that Keokuk moved In More magnificent style than any other Met in America In. points ,ef .natural jtatelleelt totegrUx of .character ami the capacity to govern and command, ha Is sold to have been without a superior among: Indians. History of Keekak. Keokuk wi(s born art the Bock river hi the northwestern part of Illinois about mi. While stilt a youth he joined a war party against the Sioux, and It Was the spear of Keokuk that brought the loux chleffaln to the ground In death. t DUrlng the second war with Great HrltsJn, a rumor reached the Bao and Fox tribe that the United States had sent an army to destroy the Indian vlW lago of Peoria on the Illinois river, and ; that the plan eventually was to destroy ' the entire Pac and Fox nation. The Indians were panic stricken and decided to abandon their villages. Keekuk Is said to have been the one cool man among them. Ha urged the braves ts hold together In one body and follow ils command. 'The sturdy young Bac 'aroused the .braves to a spirit of tight, and his tpeeoh at that time made him their chief. -The rumor proved a false one, but Keokuk remained the leader. Later, when Slack Hawk urged) the &ae and Fox to war against the whiles, Keokuk made what Is considered ,. his mot memorable .speech. He said that lie would lead them against the whites on one condition, and that was that they should put their women and children to death and then resolve that, having crowed 4he Mississippi, they would never return, but perish among the graves of their fathers rather than yield then, to the white man. Northwestern Wants to Borrow a Life Saver for Team CIIICAaO, Oet M-Foot ball coaches and enthdstasts at Northwestern univer sity -ara. anetlously awaiting resujta from an appeal they sept to President Wood row Wilson yesterday asking that Carroll Dwtght If file be permitted fo resign from the ICvanston lltesavlng crew so that he can Join the Purple eieven. Resides being In the government life saving service, Hate Is a senior In the college of Liberal Arts at the univer sity. He alted Is a heavyweight and fast and Is said to have had football experi ence. I FollpwInB" the defeat' of Northwestern I by Illinois last Baturday, Hale went to Coach Grady and ottered to resign his Job with Uncle 8am io aid the team. The lltesavlng position pays $T4 a month for eight months In. the year, the bfMlme coming after the foot ball season. Coach Grady was elated. Captain Peter Jensen of the lltesavlng station objected, however, and told the coaches that he would not accept Hale's resignation, and that It Hale played foot ball, the government weM consider hlm a deserter and would cause his arrest, The appeal sent' to President Wilson asked that Male. be' permitted either to quit the government service without dan ger of Imprisonment or jake a leava of absenee durkir the- feet hall season, i ii i Sox Pound Tesreau For Ten Hits and Win -OTJUMWA. To., Oct. li-The WhlU Box pounded Jeff Tesreau for ten hits today and won from the Giants, 7 to i, "Reb" Hussell. who pitched for the American league team, waa In fine condi tion and the seven hits made otf him were scattered. The hitting of Rath and the spectacular fleldlnff of Bchafer and Doyle were the features of the contest. Score; R.H.E. Chicago 0 1 0 0 3 3 0 1 -7 10 J New York....O 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1-1 H Batteries); Hussell and Daley; Tesreau and Wlnao. CHICAGO, Oct 22.-Tris Speaker, ths heavy hitting outfielder of the Boston Americans, and who has signed for the world tour of (he Giants and White Box. reported here today and will join the Box at Sioux City, la., tomorrow. The only doubtful date of the tour will be filled today when arrangements for a game at Huakogee, Okla., October will be completed. Boxing Contests in Milwaukee Off MILWAUKEE. Wis.. Oct. !t-The series of boxing contests which had been planned for the night of October U, have been called off because the promoters havo been unable to find a satisfactory substitute for Ad Wolgaat, who was billed to meet Charlie White of Chicago. Wol gaat suffered a fractured rib last Satur day while training, . Taking; Toll of Babies. Each season of the year takes Its toll of the babtes, and to watch and safeguard them from common colds and cotighs Is a matter of Importance to their parents. To keep Foley's Honey and Tar- Com pound In the house and use It promptly Is to save the little qn from the serious ef feotjs pf these .colds, to ward otf croup, bronchial coughs, hoarseness, stuffy, wheexy breathing and violent coughing spells. Jt U absolutely free ot opiates and may bo given to the little ones with ici fear ot harmful results. .Refuse sub' tUtutea. For s4e by all dealers uvery where. Advertlsemeait- SHIPPING REBATE ILLEGAL? Attorney General KcXeysolds Makes Cryptic Jaemark About It. AD-ON COLLISION 18 COMIXO 84itenoe Taken to Mean that ?lne In Tariff Bill Is In Direct Con flict with Several of the Treaties. JVABHINOTON, Oct M.-"It looks Ilka head-on collision," sold Attorney Gen- I McReynolds cryptically today when ted about the nature of his decision the 8 per cent differential forr Ameri can shipping, provided In the new tariff lai', r. McReynolds declined to explain What he meant, but his remark was Inter preted as meaning he holds that the law and the treaties with a number of coun tries are In direct conflict. Hd. could not say when the decision would be made public. Giant-White Sox Globe Trotters Go Through Omaha The New York Giants andlhe Chicago White w Sox Will be In Omaha a, few minutes this evening en routo to Blue Rapids.- jton., a town ot 1,900, where Fri day afternoien they play an exmwtwn game on 'a guarantee ot 11,660. The base ball aggregation, traveling on a special train of three standard sleepers, an observation, a buffet and a bacgage car, jwlll come ever the Northwestern rrom ehoux city, reaching uouncu mum at 11 a'elock at night- Malt an hour later they wilt be on the Raek Island tracks and brought over .to: Omaha, where the train will remain ten minutes, when they wll start for Kansas. Their train will teach Blue Rapids at 6 o'clock, .Friday morning and leaves for St Joseph at 6 o'clock In the evening, the -amo being played In the meantime. From Omaha the train will be accompanied by Divi sion Passenger Agent McNally of the Rock Island- According to the schedule the railroad company will see that the buffet car Ts' well stocked with, cigars, cigarettes,' etc., but not with liquors. Girls H. S. Tennis Down to Third Hound With the boys' doubles tennis tourna ment at the High school completed, the girls' singles tourney Is progressing more rapidly as the school courts are now available to the girls. The third round of the tournament completed Thursday resulted as follows: Jean Wallace defeated Ruth Waller. t-o, 6-t. -a. Catherine Culver defeated lone Fogg, -. J-0. 6-1. uniitt Anderson aereated Annabel lo Douglas. -. 6-3, 6-4. Rernlce Nelson defeated Miss R. Dumont C-f 6-0. The pairings tor the senn-nnals of. this tournament are Jean Wallace plays Catherine Culver and Lillian Anderson flays Rernlce Nelson. The pairings In the consolation have been completed and arei Myrtle Brown plsys Mildred Hoaxe. Mabel Allen plays Dorothx. ChaWa; Eleanor Ier plays Mabel Holmgren, Esther Richards- plays Maurea Hendee.Ione Scott tlays Helen Snnford. bye, .Hannah KulsJcofeky. Quito Eddy, Maris Bloom, i v!i . , MANAGER Of 1 1 DUX CITY lALLCUB MARRIES A, NU USE SIOUX CITY. Oct St-John: P ("Josh'') Clarke, manager of the Sioux City West ern leagueteam. was married yesterday to Mrs. Mary C. Kennedy, a your nurse at Mercy hospttsi. Deavar, aeoerdlac to news wired to friends here today. Jack Hendricks, the Denver manager, was bes man. Blames McLean. Now that the big Bertes are ovor, an the Giants have lost, Manager McGrnv has put the .blamo on Larry McLean' catching. The New-York leader Is sal to have panned' the ex-Red because b. l s?2MgS9BaBBlMswiffl Mm Bsssa BBBnVsssssssBBBBBBBBBBBBBB? ' sBBrslERHBBBBfBSSSSSSSSSSSSS mm HPHs jSlB8gl9BHljB mm mm .risBBBBBBBtJltfsBBBH'JBsBBBrai''' Bv9u3eSBBil3SlsBu9sBSSBBB iB. BWssssBBBBBBBBBBTsb 1mmm1fm1mmrw!9!(fttKmSt ' 1 SBBSJBBBnVBBA m MM S -SB SS SXeSSSBBBBBS HAPPILY yours for shaving lux ury the Gillette Safety Razor and these fine new Gillette Blades. 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