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TO USHER IN DAY
Christmas program Begins at St.
John's at 5:30 O'clock—Mildtiight
Christmas will :be ushered in at
fit. John's church, Rev. Jflhn C. Sage,
rector, with a children's service at
5:30 o'clock in the afternoon of Wed
nesday, Christmas eve. T3ie children
will sing their carfols in the church,
after which a supper will be served
and the Christmas tree lighted in the
parish house. All children connected
•with St. John's Sunday schooQ and
their .parents are invited to thtte ser
vice. On Christmas eve, at 11:30
o'clock, the midnight celebration of
the hoi? communion will take place.
This sen/ice the past two yearis has
been one of great joy to the people
of St. John's who have attended it in
increasing numbers this year. This
year there will be an especially beau
tiful service rendered by a choir of
thirty assisted by an orchestra, Mr.
Frank E. Boiler. choirmaster, and
organist. This service 'Will begin
will deliver a short address.
Address by the rector
Offertory Anthem—Tlictre Shall
O Zion that bringest good tidings get
thee up into the high mountain.
O Jerusalem that bringest good tid
Sv ings, lift up thy voice,
"Be not afraid
Come a Star
Sursum Corda .^.v....
l.enedictus Qui Venit ..
promptly at 11:30 p. m., and the roc or ,jreams
At 10:30 a. m. on Christmas day ft|the
In other cliurches for Chrirttmas^day.
The following is the program of the
Upon the Midnight Clear
Kyrie Eleison .*.
Gratias Tibi f
Nicene Creed •*..».
Say to the cities of Judah j*
Behold your God. Amen.
Presentation—All Things Come
of Thee Beethoven
Sursum Corda B. Tours
Sanctus B. Tours
Agnus Dei B. Tours
Benedictus Qui Venit B. Tours
Gloria in Excelsis Old Chant
Recessional Hymn—While Sher
herds Watched Their Flocks
by Night Traditional
"Postludium—In Major .... Merkel
festival service will be held. aJid ®jskovei ]OS£ the usual horrors of its
rector will also preach. Christians appearance when he found the light
everv name are invited to attend
these services, and celebrate with the
people of St. John's the birthday of
the King. It is hoped that this invi
tation will be accepted generally, as
Christmas services are not announced
Prealudium—Tn Minor Bach
Processional Hymn—O Come all
'Acnus Dei B. Tours
Gloria in ICxcelsis .. ... .^Old Chant
I'osthide—Allegro from Second
TOLEDO, Ohio, Dec 23— After
forty-three years police duty, Inspec
tor Edward O'Dwyer. 73, today re
tired. He was the tenth oldest po
the country in
HAS AN ADDITION
Another Pine is Hauled In to Add to
Beauty—Work of Wiring
The community Christmas tree has
been restored" to its original beauty.
A smaller, slender tree was hauled in
this morning and was placed on the
side on which the branches had been
broken in the cutting and hauling.
The work of wiring the big tree
was commenced this morning. The
highest point of the big lh will carry
a tin star of considerable size.
IT SNOWED LAST NIGHT
ABOUT FIVE INCHES
But This Cannot be Taken as Indicat
ing a "White Christmas" in
Keokuk awoke this morning with a
mantle of snow all about her. It waa
a beautiful snow of that spotless
whiteness, with a sad reminder of a
winding sheet, had the Inspiration of
robjs. It w»3 light
fantag'Uc gave gently beneath
tread and the man wlth
ness yielded easily to the movements
of his snow shovel.
Keokuk was blessed, if it may be
called a blessing, with a heavier fall
than any of her neighboring cities.
Five Inches is the measurement of
this morning which began
ag earjy as
Midnight Celebration of the Holy jjolnss, none at Omaha. Kansas City
Communion 11:30 O'clock.
Processional Hymn It Came
B. Tours tbls morning.
before ten o'clock,
It is raining in the southern section.
There is no snow reported from Des
reports a light snow. There Is not
much if any reported from St. Louis,
At Chicago, snow. There was a light
reported falling at Davenport:
:Come a Star Harris jjer mood as the Christmas tide
JEhere shall come a star out of Jacob comes upon us. It might be raining,
"•-^and a sceptre shall rise out of Israel.
Blessed is he who" Cometh ,in the name
of the Lord. u,
Hosanna in the Highest
lying a ound us
B. Tours now, cannot be taken as a sure indi
B. Tours cation that we are Jo have a "white
Hymn—O Little Town off Beth- Christmas" in this vicilnty this year,
lehem Redner xh» weather seems to be regulated
just now in a coy-maidenish kind of
way and there is no telling what will
HENRY CLAY IS
Gratias Tibi B. Tours
Hymn—Angels from the Realms
of Glory Smart
Sermon by the rector
Offertory Anthem—There Shall
few good things to eat.
BELLS AND BUGLE
B. Tours I
N.inc Dimittis a At a quarter pait five on the after
recessional Hymn—Hark the
Herald An?els Sing .. Mendelssohn
Sonata Mendelssohn bugle call will sound from the tower
of the Episcopal church and at half
Long Time as Policeman. past five o'clock the great chorus of
fbnited Press Leased Wire Service.] [singers will march down the hill from
to everybody in
Carol Singers will March from Chruch
to Community Tree, Be-rlng
Miss .Baldwin who has charge of
the music at the communitv tree, his
noon of Christmas day there wi'l bs
a peai 0f
Christmas bells from
point of light, to the tree of light has a beau-
and good appetites, too For we want you all to decide on havine
Northern Light Buckwheat Cakes and Syrup for Christmas breakfast.
Northern Light Buckwheats have none of the heaviness of
tiful significance. The other songs
Other buckwheats. They re light because the flour's right- sol
den-brown top and bottom, delicious and tasty clear through.
requires no yeast. It is ready for the pan the minute you add
milk or water. Besides the convenience in preparing see what
you save, for there 8 three meals for five hungry Deoole In
each lOo package.
Why net serve Northern Lijr!-t Buckwheat* Christmas
morning—and then let your fo,!:s :.-? how often they want
them thereafter? 10c and 25* fict-uyn at alt frocera.
That will remain moist.
Every housewife who bakes her own
bread knows that If a little potato is added
to the sponge, the bread will not dry out
as quickly. In this recipe potato is utilized
to make doughnuts that will remain moist
and fresh for several days.
will be found to )iave distinct ad
vantages over any other Baking Powder
for doughnuts. is a double acting
baking powder with which a large batch of
doughnuts may be mixed and fried a few at
a time. The last will be as light and Din
as the first
so don't throw your umbrellas and
mud rubbers away, and don't engage
your best girl's company for a sleigh
rid* Christmas eve, lest you regre:.' Main Dining Room of New Hotel Will
And ksep your heavy overcoat hang-j. be Converted Into Fairyland
ing on a nearby hook in safe reach. ,, for the Occasion.
In other words be prepared to meet
any extreme that may be delivered to
you by the weather Santa Claus.
GIVEN THIRTY DAYS
Colored Man will Serve Out Christ
mas Present Handed Him by
secred permission to bring Clay
By Mrs. Nevada Briggs, of Baking
cups flow eggs 1 cup
sugar level teaspoottfuls
Baking Powder tea
spoonful gait I tcaspoovful
r.iaco 1 cup cold moaned
rtotato: cup milk, or more
Sift three times, the flour, nit, spice and
baking Powder. Beat eggs with rotary
beater, then still using rotary beater, grad
ually add sugar, then work in the mashed
potato with a spoon and alternately add milk
and flour mixture. Make a soft dough, roll
into a sheet, cut into rounds, pinch a hole in
the center with the finger and fry in deep fat.
Fat for frying should not be hot enough
to brown the doughnut until it has risen.
When the doughnut is dropped into the fat
it sinks to the bottom. As soon as it comes
up it should be turned and turned a number
of times while cooking. This recipe is ex
cellent as they do not take the fat in frying
and will stay moist for days.
which will be sung by the great
chorus unJer the leadership of Mr.
F. E. Fuller are: "O Little Town o.
Bathlehem," "It Came Upon the Mid
night Clear/' and "Hark! the Herald
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EIX3-IN, 111., Dec. 23.—Butter was
quoted at 34 cents today, the sami
price that prevailed last week?
TANGO TEA HOTEL
IOWA NEW YEAR'S EVE
A tango tea which will be given at
the Hotel Iowa on New Year's eve
should prove one of Che most popular
and unique of many entertainments to
be afforded the people of thiB city on
that occasion. In the main dining
room of the hotel where the tea is to
be held a large space in the center of
I the room will be left for dancing,
while tables will be arranged about
Thirty days in the county jail was
the Christmas present handed out to
Henry Clay by John Lelndecker, jus
tice of the peace yesterday at the: minute of the old year the lights will
conclusion of the trial in which Jesse be slowly turned out, and then as the I
Miller was the prosecuting wltnesi.! new year begins, the room will again1
Clay was accused of assaulting Mill- be brilliantly lighted, horns tooted and
er. bells rung.
Dancing will begin at 10:00 o'clock,
the music to be furnished by the regu
lar hotel orchestra. During the last
The officers who were in the county 'j The whole first floor of the hotel, in-
toching parting! eluding the dining room, will be pret-
the girl over whom! tlly decorated to suit the occasion. A
trouble started. Shs light luncheon will be served. The
a tea will probably be continued until
TO START PROGRAM KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
the church to the lighted tree, each
singer bearing in his hand a lighted,-^
Christmas candl?, singing, "O Come I Sanll)erg will sing "Nigfot of
All Ye Faithful." A processim of
Mlu., (Woan., Mb*.
o'clock. Many tables al-
ready reserved give promise of great
popularity for the occasion.
Christmas exercises will be iheld by
Damascus commandery No. 3, Knights
churches. Ten minutes later a
form Is required to be worn by all the
The program which has been pre
pared consists of addresses and songs.
Sir Knight Emi F. Renaud will read
the response of the Most Eminent
Grand Master Arthur McArthur. Mrs.
BHE DAILY GATE CITY
Damascus Commandry Will Observe
Christmas With Program in
Odd Fellows halj at 11
Christmas morning. Full uni
Vandewater. The Rev.
Wii'lams will make a short
Sandbcrg will sing,
"O Holy Night," toy Adams.
Knight J. M. Marsh's address
dose the service.
The following is the personnel of
the officers of the chapter:
Sir H. C. Brown, E. C. -v
Sir W. A. Worthen, Genlo.
Sir C. J. Eckland, Cap. Gen.
Sir J. M. Marsh, prelate.
Sir O. W. Sandberg, S. V,'.
Sir B. B. Hobbs, J. W.
Sir Sam C. Westcott, treasurer.
Sir E. F. Renaud, recorder.
J. E. Mott, warden.
E. O. Eckland, sword bearer.
J. E. Williams, standard bearer.
The Schmidt Trial
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
NEW YORK. Dec. 23.—Or. Smith
Ely Jellffe, noted alienist, resumed the
stand for cross examination when the
trial of Hans Schmidt was continued
today. Dr. Jellffe presented a chart
showing that sixty near or distant
relatives of the murderer of Anna
mueller had a taint of insanity. The
physician said he had obtained th£~?n
formation on which was based the tes
timony taken before the commission,
in Munich, from relatives and from
I Schmidt himself. The court room was
tihrown into confusion when a young
man half dragged a young woman from
The Gate City's Pattern Department
For the formal dinner or evening
Sown all the supple, clinging fabrics
are favored, but velvet holds first place.
Plain or figured, black or colored. It
matters nor as long as it is velvet. The
combination of black velvet and white
lace, which has always been a favorite
with Worth, is more generally popular
than it has been for some time and
with good reason, as nothing Is richer
or in better taste. The pure white of
the unspotted ermine is also very effec
tive with black velvet, as may be seen
in this illustration, where a broad band
edges the tunic of a brocaded black
velvet gown. An attractive bit of con
trast is brought about by the .bow of
turquoise velvet which finishes the
100,000 Men Idle.
A SMART WRAP MODEL NOW
To obtain either pattern Illustrated All
up on an os 1 5 In
stamps or coin. Be sure to state number
of pattern and size, measuring over the
fullest part of the bust. Address Pattern
Department, care of this paper.
the chamber. In the corridor he up- SHftPPFRK PATPnVT7V
braided her severely. "If you listen to
such testimony you need not expect to
marry me," foe said.
Will Lynch Negro.
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HIAWATHA, Kans., Dec. 23.—A
posse led by bloodhounds is today
scouring the country for a negro who
late yesterday brutally assaulted Mrs.
J. M. Brown, aged 22 years. He en
tered her home masked.
party today telegraphed Governor
Johnson demanding an extra meeting
of the legislature to provide for the
unemployed people in the state. The
telegram said 100,000 men are idle,
creating a situation that menaces life
This gown may be made In size 8t
with yards of 42 itoch material.
A soft shade of old gold brocaded ve
lour, figured tn black, is used for the
attractive mantle shown In 7551. The
broad shoulder yoke terminating in a
panel is a smart feature of this coat
and a graceful one.
Silk pIuBhes, corduroys and all the
supple "pile" fabrics are favored for
dressy wraps. For more general wear
the ribbed bayadere cloths and novelty
materials are fashionable.
To copy this wrap In size 3® it re
quires 4^4 yards of 54 inch m&terlaL
No. 7910—sizes 34 to 43.
No. 7531—sizes 32 to 40.
Each pattern 16 cents.
Officers say it will be impossible to th®re was considerable delay at Keo
sauqua. The train did not experience
any such trouble on this trip. The
visitors are from points along the
a lynching if the negro 18
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LOS ANGELES, Dec. 23,-Secretaryja"d/h5
Williams of the California socialist
New stock just le
ce ved, a selection of
C. H. Rollins & Co.
SANTA CLAUS SPECIAL
Second Rock (aland Trade Excursion
Train Comes to Keokuk
The second shopping train over the
ftock Island—the Santa Claus special
—arrived this morning with 125 pas
sengers on board. The train came in
on time this morning. Last week
Rock Island beginning at Eldon.
Eight hours has been afforded the
Re stores. The
People from that territory time
SALE OF RED GROSS
Young Women In Lobby of Postofflce
Are Aiding In Tuberculosis ..
The sale of Red Cross seals in the
corridor of the postofflce has been
quite brisk. The table Is stationed
near the main entrance, and the young
women who are presiding over the
sale are quite capable salesladies.
The Red Cross stamp sale in a post
office Is unique as it is the only kind
of sale Uncle Sam allows in the
buildlngB. The Interest of the gov
ernment in fighting x»o«rculosi8 Is
the reason for this suspension of
The sale of stamps is in charge of
Miss Helen Palmer Gray, Miss Mildred
Rayburn. Miss Hannah King and Miss
Kiedaisch today. Miss Mable Andre
son, Miss Helen McKay, Miss Kath
erine Sage and Miss Leila McGaw
v/111 sell the seals tomorrow
Not a 8ound From Within.
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SALT LAKE, Utah, Dec. 23.—Not a
sound has come for a week from with
in the hulk-heads which cut off siw
f.o. b. Detroit
TUESDAY, DEC. 23,1913
Jewelers Silversmiths Diamond Importers
Watches of all mak«« as a result of a large over
stock are* marked for quick clearance and we now offer
the best bargain opportunities of the year.
$30.00 watches, now .$22.50
$25.00 Watches, now .$18.00
$20.00 Watches, now $15.00
$15.00 Watches, now $12,50
At an unusual Christmas saving.
$32.00 Lamps, now $26.50
$25.00 Lamps, now $20.00
$40.00 Lajnps, now $32.50
$12.00 Lamps, now $10.00
Specially Priced for Clearance
$30.00 Water Sets, now $20.00
$20.00 Water Sets, now $16,00
$14.00 Water Sets, now $11.50
$12.00 Bowls, now .. .$9.00
CHESTS OF SILVER
Keed & Barton 32 piece Chests, value $25.00, now ,$20
Rogers, 47 piece sets, value $20.00, now $16.00
Sterling silver 30 piece chests, value $60.00, now $50.00
FINE LEATHER SHOPPING BAGS—at a saving of 25
cents on every dollar.
CHRISTMAS CARDS—at a saving of just half.
You can save many dollars of your Christmas money by
quick action now.
Buy It Because Its aBetter
Get particulars from Gate City Motor Car Co., 509
517 Johnson street
Notice to Our Patrons
Old Hats Made New
Up-to-date Blocks, Bands, Trimmings
and everything as complete as any
hat works In the U. 8. All work
HARRY M'ALLEEri, Practical Hatter.
Located at Riley Osborne's Barber
Shop, 27 8outh Third.
where Rafael Lopez, slayer of six
men 1b believed to have been penned
up. Guards are maintained outside all
tlons of the Apex mine at Bingham, I the bulkbeada to prevent the outlaw —Read The Gate Cits' *ant
Our store will be closed Christmas day 1
from 12:30 to 5 p. m. Please arrange your
wants accordingly. y, S
Cleaning and Pressing
HEEDER A FRANKLIN, Prop.
413 Main. Phono 8».
from digging out if he la stil
The general opinion Is thni he
if he Is still in the mine
miiumuieu uuisine ail ..