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If, by your vols Holiday, yon shonldnomtnata
VM fof mayor, afid if alsofcsd, my tntin ttma
tow*tsd taUpWyw to tbs adminirtrsr-
out a plsdgs or promt— or
trwiik fray oitissn and taocpaysrsqiiarely and
lairty-to ass tba* vates is
You'cannorpray^Victor^Records on^phonographslwith^a fixed
fewerpointy jHowever, by" removing the jewel point^reproducer and
substituting"therefor^lateral-wave^sound-boiTwith a.makeshift con
nection^o^th^sbund^compartmentTyou would get a result that will
be only an imitationofth^same record when played oriTaVictrolai
are fuUy^acquaintcd^with-these fact& thcrc is a possi-
Sility of your being imposed \ipon^ ff- HI
^We have"the'complete liaeof Victrolav—i15*to"$300^ndvwill gla~dly,
demonstrate them for you.* Come "in and hear, your lavoritc mu»ic, ind,'^"
Bad oat,about ourjyatcro of caay-tcron/
In our endeavor to give the public the best service pos
sible, we have engaged the services of a young lady to be in
constant attendance to play any anfd all the records yon wish.
Duncan-Schell Furniture Company
Announcement of Candidate
Ed.S. Lofton For Mayor
To J^afeguarcf tfe,: puBluS
the misleading and false
statements :in^th^dvertMirig of
jewefpoint, weiwi shtojemph ati
jewel pointy ^Such phonographs
are only intended to play records
grooves whicii is the same ideA
ture of cylinderjrecord#.,
minutes of slowing with three burly
sparring partners. Moran is hard as
naila and his wind Is good, tout soma
fight followers believe the bloodless
look In his face at the end of the work
outs hint of over-training. There la
nothing wrong wlfh his nerve he
poked oat his jaw a dosen,times and
let his sparring 'partners bang away.
[United Press Leased Wire Serrlcie.1
MBW TOStK, March 11.—The lugu
brious J. BUls Roosevelt, notable a*
Teddy's cousin and "the weepy wlt
nesh,"- retold today to Justice
the tearful tale of how aseli
found his second wife. Ho wants
separation bacanse of tt.
dMM doctor's certificate to provi
Weeping quietly aioagt Roosevelt
testllled through a large linen hand
kerchief, coafsaitiif that after aha on
darwsat aa operation, she was "very
"Baf eobbad Rooeevelt, a* thf
to persuade h* to return fdfraa
nlhai lisaImisI sin Trnnlflat- "This
Ml ti (swt ktn.
tcMavllla Cavtasloanalt "Low
aad patlenee shoald rale tba ehlld."
OCooaras^ tMt whtn tka^s plenty of
lova aaft fatlsaea the
,, Loal* OteWPemoctat:Mr.
Sryii'awa that if we are ehalloaged
to war we rtoW aot accept. But
does not wait
XMBy (Me City.
tUKXLY STOPS BEAD
CHJS Um SNWFIES
ef Meat Col*.
lata year nose, throat
till air utterly deetroya
clean your staffed up
throat and ends
Thete eartalaly la ao quicker or naore
—T ny at breaking up
after tt la well started,
aad a fair weeks' use will do* away
uMI all Sanger of ohronic catarrh,
ty dmgglsts eteiy whaie lnclud-
A Coi, who agree to
purchaee price to any
It aad are not satisfied,
la hatfhC IIo—1 for the first time
'ho very eara to gat the large else
the Inhaler aa this is
far heat results.
THE DAILY GATTC CITY
Local High School Squad Eliminated
In State Basketball Tourney
THE 900KB WAS 31 TO 30
Muscatine's Winning Shot Came
Whistle Was Blowing for End
of the Game—Other
Field goals—Keokuk: McGaw. S
Davidson, 2 McQuold, 8 Hancock. 1.
Muscatine: Zlegler, 0 Lily, 4 Ket
FTee throws—Keokuk: Wygle, two
out of Ave Muscatine: La Moate,
three out of seven.
Fairfield copped the first game of
thaday by defeating the much-heralded
Mt. Pleasant five by a score of 32 to
20. While the victory waa a signal
one for lUiMd, It must be said that
ML. Pleasant, chosen by many to win
the tourney, played in terrible luck as
the visitors sent their second string
taen into the battle, holding the regu
lar* for reserve, and Fairfield piled up
a fifteen point lead which Mt. Pleas
ant could not overcome.
Fairfield (32) MC Pleasant (SS)
The Keokuk high school basketball
team was eliminated from the state
high school tournament when it lost
to Muscatine high, 31 to 30, at Fair
Held on Friday afternoon.. According
to the reports from Fairfield, the
Keokak-Musoatlne game was the hard
est fought game of the day and also
the closest The final score was &1-30
and the battle was a draw moat of the
time, the Dam city bunch being
slightly in the lead at the end of the
The Keokuk team deeerves great
credit for the battle It put up against
the heavier Muscatine team. The
local players started ou well at the
first and had the heavy end of a 17
to It score at the end of the first
half. In the second part of the con
test, Muscatine buckled down and
soon evened up scores.
The lead then seesawed back and
forth and towards the last the husky
Muscatine bunch had a slight edge.
few seconds previous to the tap
ping of the final gong, with the score
standing 31 to 28, Forward McQuold
took the ball in mldfield and by a
brilliant dribble and a long shot,
brought the count up to 30 points for
Keokuk. second later the bell
rang, ending the game.
McOaw .... Zlegler
Wygle, Bancock. Ketchum
Hublnger La Monte
In the nigh* games, Waah!
Mated Stockport, 40 to 12, and Ot
tumwa trimmed Fairfield, 31 to 15.
OKwi Many Utile Frlvllegee
[By United Preea.1
BOSTON, Ifaaa, March 11.—A let
ter from Mrs. Catherlae Breehkovaky,
the famoas Basslan political prisoner,
well known to huadreda of Amerl
caaa, who for yearn has been ban
ished to the frosen fastnesses of
Siberia, has just been received by
Miss Alice Stone Blackwen, well
known Boston suffrage leader.
Convlnoed by those Interested la
her that she would die If confined to
the almost unbearably oold aad iso
lated northermost part of Siberia, the
Russian government consented to
Mrs. Breshkovsky's return to Irkutsk,
the capital of eaatarn Siberia, aad It
was from there the letter came.
The contents of the letter show
that her years of banishment, during
which she has been cut off from com
munication with people and institu
tions, and her extreme age, have not
broken Mrs. Breshkovsky's spirit. The
letter Sashes with such phrases as:
"Every nook in Siberia has Its own
poison." -This war will he the psov-
36-lnch all-wool French
serge In a good range of
colors for 50c yard.
Bbctra values In white
voiles, organdies, piques,
gaiberdlnes and seed
voiles for 28o yard.
We have a good line of
patterns of the best ga
latea cloth which is now
very cheap at 19o yard.
Bnni ooal oa cool dmys
iHm aaaw UmmM waal to.
Ium ma tpwrtrt tqr alitor gaa or
mL Meat •cooomical, noat convantaot
to Irfcutafc and la
Ing stone of the capacities of an
humanity.'' Quotation of the letter la
Irkutsk. Siberia, Dec. 27, 1IXL
"I have been in Irkutsk for two
weeks, la the house of excellent
friends, surrounded by the most care
attention. I have now the oppor
tunity to restore my health some
what, for here we have skilful doc
tors, with well furnished cabinets.
"But, (there is always a *but' in our
country) the administration of the
town has encircled me with such a
regime that I cannot take a step
"Every minute when I am out of
'doors I am followed by a row of
policemen and any one of them en
ters the house and even the apart
ment where I am staying, at home or
"Quite a prison regime, .and how
long It win endure is a secret to me.
Such a state of things Is little com
fortable, yet I do not wonder and
will await further.
"It is not difficult to wait, having
so excellent moments In life' as are a
pert of my existence. Here I get a
large packet of letters and printings
from America. The letters, full of
love and devotion, made a profound
Impression on my friends to whom I
read them aloud.
"Do not be sorry for my eyes. Tou
see, I can write and read all I get
from you. I read books, too, but
'V *Y V''11 4t. *c
S8-lnoh all-silk messa
line or taffeta silk In all
colors for yi.00 yard.
Children's gingham dresae? In a fine
line of plain colors and plaids, a new.
line has just been opened. Sizes 2 to
14 years. Special values, 4Sc each.
The prettiest and best
grades of 36-lnch fancy
flowered voiles, fancy
stripes and seed voiles,
28c yard. Y-
We have Just one piece of white
golflne at this special price. It will
wash without losing the nap, 32-inch
width, 76o value. Special 60c yard.
We carry the genuine
ripplette seersucker, and
have, a fine assortment at
the same old price, 15c.
20 North Fifth.
We dislike raising the price on merchandise just as much as you do, but market
conditions are such that it oannot be helped. We must keep our stock complete and when
any article is sold, we must replace it, no matter what the advance may be.,
Y: We are maintaining the very lowest prices on all our goods and we urge you to buy
your spring materials and garments now while you can make a saving.
Tan or 3rhit» ground
eatin stripe tub Silks In a
good assortment of pat
terns for 98c yard.
Wonderful values in
white and awning stripe
middy blouses, Blzes 8 to
20 years, for 980 each.
It will cost yo*n nothing'to look at our Coats, Suits, Dresses and Skirts "and we are
sure it will pay you well, because our prices are much lower, and we will guarantee to
give you the very newest styles, dependable materials, best workmanship and perfect
I S ^jc
You cannot tell what we can do for you without looking at what we bave, but when
yon do look, we will surprise you at the woinderful Hne we are showing.
Prices are No Higher Than in Any
SUNDAY, MARCH 12,1910
i'*-* .• V--"-
We are new showing a fine assort
ment of gingham house dresses in
stripes and checks with neat embroid
ery trimming. Unusual values for 98o
••oh-r YY Y--V i."
A fine line of boys' wash
suits, made' In the latest
styles, including vest ef
fects, 49c and 98c.
LetyJs Make, You a
We can honestly say
that we have received
this season the pret
tiest patterns for
spring wear that we
have shown for many
come in and see our
line yourself. If you
like, and our price
suits you "which we
know it will," then we
want to make a suit
help me. The oculist says my eyos
will serve me long enough when
"My address Is only Catherine
Breshkovsky, Irkutsk, Russia. All the
post bureaus of Siberia are well In
formed of my presence and they find
me In every corner of this Immense
country. If I am sent away I will in
"Irkutsk is not a large city, only
lb0,900 Inhabitants, yet, as it is the
capital of eastern Siberia, it is the
center of the intelligent forces of the
country and has many institutions of
"For my part, I am separated from
people and institutions.
"Now everyone is laboring hard for
the sake of millions of desolated
peoples, deprived of all tnat Is neces
sary for human life. The fugitives
from all the frontier encumber even
the towns of Siberia, and provisions
are growing dearer every day.
"It is a time when all the good
elements and all the worse are work
ing under a full head of steam. This
war will be the proving stone of the
capacities of all humanity, and es-
little, for I have comrades ready to peclally of the cultured people and
dye "taffeta silk in
and colors for $1.50 yard.
Ladies' pure silk tub silk, waists,
both .plain and embroidered styles, Y.
also fancy stripe half silk waists, sizes •=,:
86 to 44, values you cannot get latert
your choice, $1.00.,
A new lot of pur© silk
crepe de oheln and tub
silk waists/in good popu
lar colors, $1.98.
A new lot of plain
aprons, bib.,, aprons and
cover-all aprons at 25c
and 49c eaclj.
A postcard, maUed three weeks lat
er than the letter, was received by
Miss Blackwell at the same time and'
"It has been my turn to be Ll, ten
days lying in bed and suffering curi
ously. But the efforts of my
and a set of good scientists of medi
cine have worked real miracles.
"I feel strong enough now to read
and write and walk about the house,
keeping a rigid regime. It was an in
ternal Inflammation followed by a
"The. weather is awful. Notwith
standing the frost of forty degrees
(below sero), it is only today that the
beautiful Angora river has been
frozen over. Until now Its flowing
waves have filled th^ town with un
"Every nook in Siberia has Its own
"I am too sensitive to the cold. But
there is no danger now. Letters reach
me and I am happy. My daughter,
play, be safe and well."
—Read The DaUy Gate City, 10c
week by carrier.