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Watch for Gage's
One Hat
a Week
Service
Can You improve it?
If so, Show us.
conception—particularly
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"It is the Function of the Artist to Love Life and to Show Us that It
Is Beautiful."—Anatole Prance, from "The Garden, of Epicurus.
The Designers of Gage Hats are Artists.
We introduce to you this week
Miss Virginia Gage
It Is now here, and we feel confident this is the best model that
we have been able to secure for our special service so far. It is cor
rect in all its lines, as you will see. Furthermore, it is original in its
Be sure to see the big assortment of Fine Suits, Dresses, Coats,
Millinery and Shoes.
The Golden Rule
516 Main Street, Keokuk, Iowa
AMUSEMENTS.
'John Barrymore Tonight Blanche
Sweet Tomorrow.
Two Keokuk screen favorites are of
fered today and tomorrow at the
Grand in new Paramount pictures—
each entirely different from the other.
"Nearly a King," with John Barry
more of "Are You a Mason?" "The
Man From Mexico," etc. fame. scoreB
a hit. It delighted large audiences at
the Grand yesterday and is clearly
one of the best subjects in which the
popular Barrymore has appeared. The
story, while brimful
1 of good, clean
comedy, also contains much drama
and oven some melodrama. It con
tains a plot that is fascinating In its
variety of situations, and' while not a
so-called "costume play," is a joy
from start to finish.
The pleasant Tom Forman plays
opposite Blanche Sweet in her new
picture "The Raggamuffin," which
will appear at the Grand tomorrow
and Wednesday. The fact that it
was written and personally directed
ADMISSION
5 &!Oc
!!U
KATHERINE KAELRED
AND HOUSE PETERS(ft
E
and Star Cast in
TONIGHT
oJfRL
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VIRGINIA
GAGE
in its trim, which is a wide band of light
weight and highly lustrous cellaptione braid—one of this season new
est materials. It has that rare attribute which we try to get in all our
Styles-a-week Hats—that is, it is adapted to many occasions. There
fore yo«u will welcome it as a friend.
The designer who created this model is one of Gage's most ex
perienced artists, who has had every opportunity, including extended
and frequent trips to the fashion centers of the world, to post herself
as to the correct style.
We are not inclined to Je critical, but we want our customers
to realize the amount of real effort we are putting into this business
in order that we may have the Finest, Newest and Best of Wear
Things.
by Wm. C. DeMille is still another
guarantee of its being of the best
quality.
Replete with dramatic action, tense
situations and exciting episode, the
"Ragamuffin" contains an earnest and
emphatic plea for universal life oppor
tunity. The author of this photoplay
is one of America's leading dramatists.
He has treated the subject of envir
onment in a startling, original and
dramatic manner. Jenny as portrayed
by Blanche Sweet, from a lowly be
ginning overcomes life's greatest
temptations through an inward strug
gle of reformation.—Advertisement.
Only One "MROMO QUININE"
To get the genuine, call for full name
LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE. Look
for signature of E. W. GROVE. Cures
a Cold In One Day. 25c.
Beat Teddy to It.
Springfield, Mass., Republican:
4
The
colonel's new bird, discovered by him
in Trinidad, also has been discovered
in the Encyclopedia Britannica.
AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS
ONE DAY ONLY— TONIGHT —ONE DAY ONLY
A Brilliant Revival of Keokuk's Formidable Musical Artists
GUERDON COLVIN—KENNETH WHETSTONE
CLYDE MARTIN—DAN AGNE
Will entertain you most splendidly in a grand revue of the latest song hits. The above musical program is
to be presented in conjunction with the usual photo program
W I I S
Robert Mantell and Genevieve Hamper
In Wm. Fox's Latest 'and Greatest Society Drama.
"The Green-Eyed Monsfcp"-5
Never before has such a wonderful program been offered to theatre-goers of this city.
DON'T MISS IT ADMISSION 5 AND 10C BRING YOUR FRIENDS.
lVlats. 2 to 5 OtViORRO W Eves. 7 to 11 continuous
TRIANGLE PLAYS
A Most Wonderful 8 Reel Program of Unusual Merit.
'The Winged Idol'
-AND-
brooked to the End"
"Where There's Always
The Best Program"
Children 5c, adults 10 cents.
Every day, 2:30, 4 7, 8 and 9:15
The Famous Players-Paramount offer the kintr of joy makers, who
delighted you In "Are You A Mason?" "Ma
his newest and best,
John Barrymore in "NEARLY A KING"
NO PASSENGERS 01^
RUTH LAW'S TRIPS
Daring Queen of the Air Who Wilt
Fly at Keokuk, October 2 to 7,
Does Too Many Hazard
ous Things.
WILL THERE BE PARADE?
Chance Is Given to Revive Old Flower
,Spectacle or to Have Keo­
kuk Historical
Pageant.
I
When Ruth Law, queen "of the air,
flies at the fall festival at Keokuk
October 2 to 7, she will fly alone.
Miss Law, it is understood, takes no
one up in the air with her. For one
tiling her work is entirely too'hazard
ous to take any amateur along, and
she is too high priced an aviatrix to
make little practice spins just to give
somebody the sensation of being
circled around in the air.
Miss Law loops the loop and flies
upside down, and ends up with a ver
tical dive to earth like a plummet
from a distance of 5,000 feet. Some
little dive, by the way, and one in
which death is the only companion
of the fearless girl aviatrix. In fact
the wings of death have more than
once whirred over the machine in
which the famous little queen of the
air Is riding.
Miss Law dresses in regulation
aviation costume for the flight. She
wears knickerbockers and a helmet
which is used by aviators.
If there have been any of the eli
gible bachelors in Keokuk who have
been planning any little sky ro
mances they had best forget their
dreams—for hubby acts as Ruth
Law's manager and Is with her wher
ever she makes her flights.
How About a Parade.
One member of the committee ex
pressed the wish that a big parade
could be pulled ofT on Monday night.
It was suggested that there might be
a revival of the old flower parade,
which proved so popular. Members
of the committee have been wonder
ing If perhaps an organization like
the Civic league would take up the
task of decorating the automobiles,
furnishing the flowers and the like.
Another suggestion has been made
to have an historical pageant depict
ing Keokuk's early history. There is
a good chance for some allegorical
representations if the project be tak
en up at once.
CITY NEWS.
—The new steel filing cases for the
vault in the clerk's office in the county
court house have been shipped from
Jamestown, N. Y., according to advices
received by County Clerk Vollers. The
old wooden filing drawers were being
removed today to mak-c room for the
new steel compartments when they ar
rive.
ktntr of joy makers, who
»n From Mexico," etc. in
A hilarious comedy of romance and adventure—Pleased big houses last night, will repeat tonight.
THE BEST SERVICE, BEST MUSIC, PRESENTED AMID IDEAL SURROUNDINGS
TOMORROW ANO WEDNESDAY—STAR LASKY CAST WITH TOM FORMAN,
Blanche Sweet in "THE RAGGAMUF--1N"
By Wm. C. Demllle—The Keokuk favorite's newest contribution to the roreen.
7:00, 8:15
9:30
acts
FIVE ACT
DRAMA
3=It
Kww' c°m""
Produced by Mack Sennett
TO NIGHT
pli iM
IV
1
TO
THE DAILY GATE CITY"
big
McGrath Bros.
Drug Store.
Baur-Mullarky Co.
Shoes.
Frank J. Ewers,
Meats.
LAST WEEK STARTS
WITH BANNER DAY
(Continued from page 7)
an extent that when they leave town
—by running down to the depot and
waving good-bye to the crowd from
the rear platform—they leave the
pastors with a mob on their hands
instead of an army and the work has
to be done all over again.
"There are two ways of doubling
the church's army." he said. "One
I is to double the membership. The
other is to make sharp shooters out
of the soldiers already enlisted."
Should Join Some Church.
Scoville admonished every new con
vert to join some church. "I would
rather you would never come down
the aisle than to do so and not go
into some church," he said. "Christ
loved the church and gave Himself
for it. A man asks if he can't be
a christian and stay out of the
church. I never saw one yet who
did it. And," he shouted, "if you're
a christian you'll get into the church
and do your share,
"Now you new converts get in." he
added. "You may feel a little new
Cama Grannlafed Eyelids,
SOlu
Your"
Salve
Any boy or girl under sixteen years of
age may become a candidate by enroll
ing at the proper place of business of
each member of the campaign except
the employes, or children of members or
employes of any member of the cam
paign.
Enter your name at once. Don't wait
until Monday. Be the first. Remember
the stores that give the votes. Save the
list.
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THE FOLLOWING MERCHANTS ARE MEMBERS OF THE SUNNYSIDE SHET
LAND PONY CAMPAIGN
Weil & Co.
Clothes.
Grand Opera House.
7 C. A. Abell,
Electric Store.
The above merchants will give one vote for every penny you spend. Votes will also
be given upon payment of back accounts. Save these votes and deposit them the
ballot boxes at any of the above places. This campaign starts Monday. Start at once
to save the votes. Every boy and girl has an equal chance. Absolutely no money is re
quired in this contest.
Buy of the Above Merchants
and Win a Pony
at first, sure. But nobody expects a
six or an eight months old baby to
walk or talk.
"Are you going to lay the Bible
on the shelf after I'm gone?" he
asked. Later he asked how many
persons were already having family
worship in their homes. A few stood
throughout the building. "Now, how
many will promise to read the Bible
sometime in the course of the day
from now on?" he asked. Hundreds
arose and the applause rang through
the shed.
"That's worth a campaign, pas
tors," said the evangelist, turning to
the ministers. In a brief prayer sent
up for the people standing he said
that "the old tabernacle pays for it
self right now."
Thirty-flve persons went forward in
the Invitation service.
CLASSES TO MARCH
TO TAB TOMORROW
Two In Baptist Ctejreh Will Attend
Meetings in Body—Meet at
Church at 7 O'clock.
The young men's Sunday school class
of the (First Baptist church arid the
young ladles' class of the samo
I church, taught by Mrs. Merriam, win
march to the Scoville meeting tomor
row night In delegations.
The classes will meet at the church
at 7 o'clock and march directly to the
tabernacle. The classes are the larg
est young men's and young ladies'
classes In the state.
Ed Card, superintendent of the Sun
shine Rescue Mission of St. Ixruis, wiUi
••S3®?!-'
V-^
Bridle
To the Boy or Girl securing th greatet number of votes
in the
Sunnyside Shetland Pony Campaign which
starts Monday, April 3, and ends May 13 at 9 p. m.
Boys and Girls this is Your Chance to
Win a Real Live Shetland Pony Free
be one of the attractions at the taber
nacle Tuesday night and every mem
ber of the classes Is asked to be at
the church at 7 o'clock.
A Certain Cure.
Omaha WorldjHerald When you
are about to fall a victim to the auto
mobile buying germ against your wiH,
just turn to the gasoline prices. Those
who have had the experience say this
is a sure cure.
Mr. Marshall's Error.
Washington Post: As Tom Taggart
is being hailed as Indnana's most
prominent democrat, it may be con
cluded that Tom Marshall rather over
did himself in his last remarks.
Cold in the
Head?—Look Out—
Its Dangerous—
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The old standard remedy—In tablet
form—No unpleasant after effects—No
opiates Cures colds fai 24 hours La
Grippe in 3
daya—Money back if it fails
Mr. HAT* picture on it-
Insi*t on gamiine—Box with red top—
At A«r Draf Star*.
w. a
MONDAY, APRIL 3,19ig
Rose Confectionery.
T. Nodler,
Groceries.
Miss M. King,
Millinery.
One vote for each cent will be given
on all cash (over five cents) paid in to
members of the Campaign either on pur
chases or accounts.
In case of cash paid in less than even
multiples of five cents, votes will be
given in the multiple of five nearest the
amount paid. For example twenty votes
on twenty-two cents, twenty-five votes
on twenty-three cents.
Candidates are not allowed to solicit
votes inside the places of business of
members of the Campaign.
PROFESSIONAL CAKDS
PHYSICIAN.
DR. W. P. SHERLOCK,
Physician and 8urgeon.
Office, Masonic Temple. jssidence,
Alpha apartments.
Office Hours—10 to 12 a. m.,
3 p. m. evenings, 7 to 8
11 to 1 p. m. United States civil
vice examiner.
aer'
DR. BRUCE L. GILFILLAN,
Physician and Surgeon.
Office, 612V4 V-ain street,
Winger Bros, store. Bell phone
Black.
Residence, 317 North Fourth street.
Bell phone 1280-1.ed.
Hours—10-12 a. m. 2-4 p. o.
p. m. Sunday by appointment.
•8
S. H. AYRES,
Chiropractor.
No Drugs—No Knife—No OsteopatM
323 Blondeau. Phone 14"
A. Holllngsworth. n«D
HOLLINGSWORTH AND BLOOU.
Attorneys. ~Mr*m
Practice in State and Federal
Prompt attention given to
General Litigation.
Rooms 6, 7 and 8, Y. M. C. A.
I I 1 I
l. S. ACKLEV
UNDERTAKING
ys and EMBALMING?
mr
Miondeau Strset
Phone 219

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