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Higher Education Romance.
IOWA CITY. Iowa, April 4.—A ro
mance of college life came to a happy
climax when George Snyder, a law
student, and Miss Helen Miller, his
university sweetheart, made a flying
trip to Marion and returned husband
and wife. Snyder is a crack basket
ball player at S. U. T.
Red Paint Fatal to Cow*.
JEFFERSON. Iowa, April 4.—Red
paint was fatal to 11 cows belonging
to Henry Calvert, a farmer near here.
The cows pot into a lot where several
pails of paint were kept. They lick
pd the coating from the pails and died
Blodgett Declared Sane.
KS MOINES, April 4—The jury
which has been trying D. T. Blodgett
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In the Foremost Achievement of Their Brilliant Career
"MAN AND HIS SOUL"
Conceded by critics to be the sweetest romance of all times.
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for insanity, brought in a verdict de
claring him sane. Blodgett will now
be tried on a charge of libeling Dis
trict Judge Degraff and three supreme
AfMTDS, rowa.. Apv'.i 4.—The board of
deans of the different divisions of
Iowa State college have passed resolu
tions asking students and faculty mem
bers to refrain from smoking on the
campus and in college buildings. Smok
ing after office hours and in private
houses is not included in the resolu-1 bers of the Warren County Medical as
tlons. The board shows no disposl- soaiation will hold their annual session
tlon to interfere In such places. here on Friday.
Warren County Physicians.
MOXMOUTH, I1L. April 4.—Mem-
Clinton to Put in 29 Bridges.
Men for Equal Suffrage. CLINTON, April 4.—Contracts have
IOWA CITY. Iowa. April 4.—Iowa been let by the Clinton county board
City men have organized an equal suf- of supervisors for twenty-nine bridges
frage club. The charter president Is to be built in various parts of the
C. F. Huebner. a banker, and other county.
prominent and professional men are to
Countering on the Muse.
written a poem on
famous for delicious cakes
The editor looked up wearily,
blue-eyed blonde young woman
"I have written a poem on "The Old
Red Bam on the Farm,' and
The weary look disappeared from
the editor's face.
"Ah! Delighted! Written it on
the old red barn, eh? Fine! I'll be
^oing along by the farm in a day or
so. and I'll stop at the old red barn
and read it!''
Holland Closes Frontier is Report.
LONDON, April 4.—A Rome wire
less message today said it had been
learned from Zurich that Holland
had closed the German frontier and
was massing troops on the German
border. The report has not been
confirmed from any other source.
.Contract Practically Closed With the
City Today for Use of Building
at Twelfth Street as a
WILL COLLECT FLEDGES
Festival CdnwnKtee Will Go Out on
Monday to Secure Money Which
Has 'Been Promised on Ex
penses of Celebration.
,this morning with the city council In
which the fall celebration committee
of the Keokuk Retailers League will
take over the tabernacle building at
Twelfth and Main streets, to be used
as a Coliseum for the fall celebration
here October 2 to 7. The deal 'was ar
ranged and will be completed when
the committee fulfills certain obligat
ions. In order to meet these obliga
tions the committee will visit the busi
ness men on Monday to collect on the
pledges which were given by the local
business Interests. Any one who wish
es to do so may mall bis check to
Secretary James M. Fulton, and ltt this
manner save the committee a trip.
The coliseum idea is one which the
fall celebration committee has had
mind for some time. It Is hoped that
perhaps this temporary building can
be made the nucleus for a permanent
one in which public gatherings and
conventions may be entertained by the
city of Keokuk.
The idea was presented to the coun
cil today. In the matter of using the
tabernacle. The building will remain
Intact, and the benches and seats will
be stored for use next fall. The city
will have use of the building in the
meanwhile, it is expected. As soon a3
the committee from the .league per
forms its obligations, resolutions will
be passed by the council governing
the sale of the tabernacle.
The festival committee will go
out next Monday morning to collect
on the pledges which are payable any
time the committee sees At to call for
them. It Is suggested that the com
mittee can be saived several trips If
those giving donations will mail
dvecks to the secretary.
The committee will meet tonight at
eight o'clock, to close the contracts
for additional attractions.
[U. S. Department of Agriculture,
For Keokuk and vicinity: Generally
fair tonight and Wednesday.
For Iowa: Generally fair tonight
and Wednesday. Colder northeast
For Missouri: Generally cloudy to
night and Wednesday. Rain south
and west portions.
For Illinois: Generally fair tonight
and Wednesday except rain extreme
south portion Wednesday. Cooler
southeast portion tonight.
There has been little change in
temperature in any district, and
freezing temperature continues In the
northern plateau region.
There has been rain in the Atlan
tic states which has changed to snow
There has also been light snow in
the upper lake region and in portions
of the upper Misslssiplp valley.
No marked disturbance appears in
the west, although the pressure re
mains low in the southwest, and it
is raining in western Kansas.
Flood stage. Stage.Change
14 16.2 -0.4
12 11.1 x0.7
18 10.4 0.0
15 10.8 --0.4
14 14.8 -0.4
20 26.1 0.0
18 17.3 -0.5
The river will continue to fall slow
ly from Davenport to below Warsaw
for several days.
Bar. Ther. Wind W*th'r
m. 29.98 53 NW Cl'dy
m. 30.11 37 N Clear
River stage 7 a. m., 14.8 feet.
Change in 24 hours, fall 4 inches.
Mean temperature 3rd, 47.
Lowest last night, 35.
4 7 a.
FRED Z. GOSEWISCH,
Iowa Supreme Court Deoisions.
[Special to The Gate City.l
DES MOINES. April Ar—Garretson,
appellant, vs. Western Life Indemnity
Co., Polk county affirmed, opinion
State of Iowa vs. Miller, et al, ap
pellants, Hardin county: reversed
and remanded, Deemer, judge.
Plew vs. Horrabin and Co., et al,
appellants. Polk county affirmed,
THE DAILY GATE CITY
Get a Can
or Grocery Dealer
(Continued from page 1.)
over which the United States and
Great Britain have disputed more than
a century and which was partly re
sponsible for one war between the
two nations, bristled up again today.
Great Britain, in a lengthy note, re
fused to comply with the American de
mand for the release of thirty or more
., .. Germans taken from the trans-Pacific
a a 1 3
mans are now held somewhere in the
The president and his cabinet pre
sented with the note by Secretary
Lansing, devoted more though to the
new issue than to the submarine ques
tion. Little new information on the
latter subject was available.
The British note contained an ele
ment of surprise, since thus far dur
ing the present war, England and
France have acceded "to American de
mands for the release of persons seiz
ed on.United States ships, no matter
This country has contended that
Ajmerican ships are substantially Am
erican territory, and that beligerents
**at cannot legally board them to capture
than they ln.
vade the United States for the same
purpose. Protests to Great Britain
and France have been made three
times during the war. Heretofore,
while the demand for immediate re
lease has been complied with, the
powers have not admitted the right of
the United States to make the demand.
Great Britain alone is Involved In
the China case. She has now refused
to release the prisoners taken after
waiting six weeks to reply to the
American protest. The terms of the
refusal, are. not known.
Refusal by England.
has refused to release Germans taken
off the American lifler China recently
while enroute from China to San
Francisco, It was officially Indicated
today, following receipt of the British
reply to the American protest in the
case. The Germans are still neld In
previous cases. England has re- ^^ft^whenJ re^rde"nU
leased seized persons upon American fully maintai ed
request. In the present instance, she
apparently intends to have a "show
Soon after receiving the China note,
the state department sent another
message to London, but whether tnis
was a renewal of its original protest
was not revealed.
WETS AND DRYS
FIGHT AT POLLS
(Continued from page 1.)
will of my fellow citizens," he said.
"The vote is a compliment, and I'm
human enough to enjoy compliments
—but you know politics isn't my work.
I'm not cut out for that sort of thing.
I haven't any desire for it—besides 1
have other work to do."
Again the amused smile played over
the features of the auto king as he
turned to some of the "other work"
In which he has real interest. In this
case it happened to be a conversation
with Jane Addams regarding future
plans of the Ford peace propagandists.
voting In New York.
NEJW YORK, April 4.—New York
Is voting the first presidential prim
ary in its history today—with the
thunder of a loud silence from Oyster
Bay. The colonel's friends let it out
today that the four candidates for re
publican delegates at large in Massa
chusetts have replied nay to the re
quest that they stop using the Roose
veltlan cognomen In their contest.
Their letter of refusal, however, stat
ed if elected, the quartette "would go
to the convention unpledged in the
sense that while Roosevelt is our first
choice, we shall be free and open
minded to support that man whoever
Indoor Life Makes Fat
Try Oil of Koreln to Keep Weight
Down or to Reduce Super
People who are confined within
doors and who are deprived of fresh,
invigorating air and exercise must
take precaution to guard against
over-stoutness, as fat acquired by in
door life is unhealthy and a danger
to the vital organs of the body. Lack
of exercise in the fresl) aid Is said
to weaken the oxygen carrying power
of the blood, so that it is unable to
produce strong muscles and vitality
and the formation of unsightly and
unhealthy fat Is the result.
If you are 15 or 20 pounds above
normal weight you are aally drawing
on your reserve strength and are con
stantly lowering your vitality by
Lehfeldt, appellant, vs. Bachmann,[carrying this excess burden. Any per
Crawford county affirmed. Weaver sons
Irving, appellant, vs. Wagner,
]Greene county affirmed, Bvans, cir
I White, appellant. vs. Harvey,
Greene county affirmed, Deemer
Decker vs. Incorporated Town of
Churdan, appellant. Green county
affirmed, Deemer Judge.
Judge:—"We used to have a dog
'that would howl when somebody play
ed the piano."
"That's nothing I know women that or
act the same way.'
who are satisfied in their own
mind that they are too stout are ad
vised to go to Wilkinson & Co. or a
good druggist and get a box of oil of
korein capsules, and take one after
each meal and one just before retir
ing at night.
Even a few days treatment has
been reported to show a noticeable
reduction in weignt, improved diges
tion and a return of the old energy
footsteps become lighter and the skin
less flabby in appearance as superflu
ous fat disappears.
Oil of korein is Inexpensive, can-
injure, and helps the digestion,
Any person who wants to. reduce 15
20 pounds is advised to give this
treatment a trial.
CHICAGO, April 4.—The Chicago
board of trade was closed today be
cause of the primary elections.
Chicago Estimates for Tomorrow.
[Furnished by Long Commission Co,
403 Main. Telephone No. 100.]
Wheat—Unchanged to 3d higher.
Chicago Car Lots.
[Furnished by Long Commission Co.,
403 Main. Telephone No. 100.]
CHICAGO, April 4.—Wheat, 527
corn, 109 oats, 165 of which w}ieat,
106, corn, 22, and oats, 17, were con
Chicago Seed Market.
CHICAGO, April 3.—Rye, No. 2, 95
Chicago Live Stock.
CHICAGO, April 4.—Hog receipts
11,000 market 5c lower. Moxed and
butchers, $firstname.lastname@example.org good heavy,
$email@example.com rough heavyVfirstname.lastname@example.org
light, $email@example.com pigs, $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cattle receipts 2,500 market
steady. Beeves, $email@example.com cows and
heifers, $firstname.lastname@example.org stockers and feed
ers, $email@example.com Texans, $firstname.lastname@example.org
calves, $email@example.com westerns, $7.60®
Sheep receipts 15,000. Market 10c
lower. Native, $firstname.lastname@example.org western,
$8.30(3)9.00 lambs, $9.00® 11.00 west
Chicago Live Stock—Cose
[Furnished by Long Commission
403 Main. Telephone No. 100.]
CHICAGO, April 4.—Hog receipts
11,000 market 5c lower. Mixed and
butchers, ?email@example.com good heavy,
$9.20@&.75 rough heavy, $firstname.lastname@example.org
Cattle receipts 2,500 market
steady. Beeves, $7.60® 9.90 cows
and heifers, $4.00® 8.85 stockers and
feeders, $email@example.com Texans, $4.50®
8.45 calves, $7.25® 9.25.
Sheep receipts 15,000 market
steady to 10c lower. Native, $8.25®
St. Louis Live Stock.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., April 4.—Catue re
ceipts 2,400 market steady. Texas
receipts 25 native beef steers
he may be who represents these prin
cipals that you are so courageously
advocating and which you so success-
(Continued from page 1.)
ing supply. A river is doubtful
the water must be tested frequently,
well water is not likely to -be inf^t
ed, especially If the soldiers dig
their own Shafts.
There Is slight danger of typhus
in this latitude, though farther south
the disease has ravaged the native
population. As a precaution, how
ever, no man is allowed^ to
rtie Mexican towns where he
totUilS to It
where, officers agree,
sickness might have been very high.
Four Soldiers Dead.
EL PASO, Texas, April 4.—(Four
American soldiers have died of illness
or accidental injuries suffered In
Mexico pursuing Villa. Over three
hundred soldiers of the expedition
ary forces have been returned from
Mexico and are being treated today In
Fort Bliss hospital here.
No American soldier has yet been
killed in battle with the Villistas in
Villa has no intention of forming a
Junction with Canuto Reyes In the
DON'T MISTAKE THE CAUSE
Many Keokuk People Have Kidney
Trouble and Do Not Know It.
Do you have backache?
Are you tired and worn out?
Feel dizzy, nervous and depressed?
Are the kidney secretions irregular?
Highly colored contain sediment?
Likely your kidneys are at fault.
Weak kidneys give warning of dis
Heed the warning don't delay—
Use a tested kidney remedy.
Read this Keokuk testimony.
Mrs. Ellen Greibsch, 1512 Bank
St., Keokuk, says: "My kidneys were
out of order. I had severe headaches
and the kidney secretions passed very
Irregularly. Inflammation of my blad
der added to my suffering, Doan's Kid
ney Pills, procured from Scott A
O'Reilly's Drug Store, promptly re-
Late 5 Market Quotations
@9.85 yearling steers and heifers,
$8.50®9.50 cows, $5.50®8.50 stock
ers and feeders, $5.50®8.00 calves,
$6.00®9.00 Texas steers, $o.25®8.15
cows and heifers, $4.00®6.00.
Hog receipts 8,000 market light,
10c higher others steady. Mixed
and butchers, $9.60®9.90 good to
heavy, $9.80® 9.90 rough, $9.10®
9.25 light, $9.55®9.85 bulk, $9,66®
9.90 pigs, $7.25® 8.76.
Sheep receipts 1,400 market
steady. Ewes, $6.£firstname.lastname@example.org lambs,
$9.00®11.55 yearlings, wethers, $8.00
@10.40. .. /.•
Kansas City Live Stock.
KANSAS C1TT, April 4.—Cattle re
ceipts 7,000 market strong. Steers,
$7.00®9.65 cows and heifers, $5.00®
9.75 stockers and feeders, $6.75®
8.75 calves, $6.00®
Hog receipts 9,000 market weak,
5c lower. Bulk, $email@example.com heavy,
$9.50®9.65 medium, $9L40@9.60
Sheep receipts 5,000 i&arket weak.
Lambs, $10.60®11.00 ewes, $7.60®
8:25 wethers, $6.00®
Omaha Live Stock.
OMAHA, April 4.—Cattle receipts
11,000 market 10® 15c higher. Steers
$7.25 @9.30 cows and heifers, $4.60
di8.25 stockers and feeders, $6.75®
8.40 calves, $7.00®
10.25 bulls and
Hog receipts 7,300 market steady,
10c lower. Bulk, $firstname.lastname@example.org top,
Sheep receipts 4,500 market
steady. Yearlings, $email@example.com weth
ers, $8.00®8.85 lambs, $11.25@1L50
CHICAGO, April 4.—Butter^—Extras
36c firsts, 35%c dairy extras, 34®
35c dairy firsts, 31®32c.
Eggs—Firsts, 19%c ordinary firsts
Cheese—Twins, 16%®17!4c Young
Americas, 17%® 18c.
Potatoes—Receipts 28 cars 85®
92c per bushel.
Live poultry—Fowls, 17 ^c ducks,
16®18c geese, 10®13c spring chick-
New York Produce.
NEW YORK, April 4.—'Floor mar
ket quiet. Winter patents, $S.70®6.00,
spring patents, $5.80®6.06.
Pork market steady. Mess, $24.00®
Lard market firm. Middle we»t
Sugar, raw, market firm. Centrifu
gal test, $5.83 @6.95 Muscavado 89
Torreon district, It is believed, -but
will attempt to hide from the pursu
ing American forces in the -Durango
A reported movement of 16,000 Car
ran a soldiers northward from Tor
reon Is believed to be evidence of the
announced Carranza campaign against
the Reyistas. The prolonged absence
of report on the statuB of the pursuit
and' has resulted In a request from Wash
ington to General Pershing for a de
•In case 'of Villa's capture or any
big development," said Major Sample,
at Columbus today, "General Persh
ing would send an aeroplane to some
point on his line of communication."
The possibility that Villa had es
caped the cordon drawn by Colonel
Dodd and General Pershing was ad
mitted by army men. Pershing was
a be to be el S a A
hJth nn thelr return itonlo, Chihuahua. by"thls time and
The average of illness in foreign was so close on the bandit's trail
service haslfeen four per cent. If [that he cannot take,time to report,
thearmy's present health continues. For several days n« aeroplanes have
the array established a arrived at Columbus-from Mexico, and
the average of but a few of the eight
•EST, PASO, Texas, April 4.—Ameri
can troops today were approaching
the Durango state line south of -Chi
huahua City on Villa's trail. Their
swift advance surprised border of
ficials. Friday, Colonel Dodd's cav
alry column appeared at San Antonio
near Cushulriachlc. At the time Vil
la with only eight men passed
through Satevo, about fifty miles
south of the American vanguard. He
was reported to be fleeing for his old
haunts in the Durango mountains.
-«~"d that all
wliich started with the expedition
are out of commission.
It is known that General Pershing
regards the present type of planes
Inadequate and dangerous for the
The engines af^* not powerful
enough to sustain the aeroplanes In
the mountain altitudes. Lieutenant
Willis almost lost his life Sunday be
cause he was unable to rise above
rain clouds and found himself head
ing at great speed against a mountain
wall of rock. The rain curtain sud
denly cleared and Willis steered his
plane out of danger just In time.
Carloads of Ammunition.
COLUMBUS, N. M., April 4.—Sev
eral carloads of ammunition manufac
tured in the arsenal at Rock Island,
arrived in Columbus today and were
unloaded and packed in a temporary
adobe magazine. Army men regarded
the shipment, coming at this juncture
of the Villa htint, as significant and
Hundreds of thousands of rifle
shells were unloaded, packed in
heavy green boxes holding twelve
hundred 30-30 calibre shells each.
The magazine is a short distance
from the headquarters of the camp.
Keokuk Attorney Has H4e Papers All
Ready to FHe at the Prop
Clarence H. Dickey will be a candi
date for staite representative on the
democratic ticket at the June primary.
Mr. Dickey has completed his papers,
all but the filing. These will be filed
as Boon as possible under the law.
Ml*. Dickey is quite popular in Keokuk
and is a prominent attorney here.
The M4lkmen's Strike.
CHICAGO. April 4.—(Health Com
missioner Dr. John Dill Robertson to
day took steps to limit Chicago's
milk supply to a sufficient amount for
babies In case the strike of fanners
in middle western states for bettor
lieved all these troubles' and'put my prices Is not ended within three days.
kidneys In good order.'
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney Temedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
IHe told distributors their motto
must be "homes first, saloons last."
•Reports from St. Louis and Cleve
land, Ohio, declare both cities are
Mrs. Grelbscta had. Foster-Milbnrn I facing a milk shortage as a result of|
A Co.. Proas. Buffalo. N. Y. 1
the Bf read of the strike. The
TUESDAY, APRIL 4
Sugar, refined, market stow,
loaf, $8.15 crashed, $8 00
•$7.10 granulated, 7.00@7 3n
Coffee Rio No. 7 on
Tallow market firm. n,.
country, 8%@9-%c specials
_Hay market firm. Prime i«L
No. 3i $1.00.®
1.15 clover '95^?,L
Dressed poultry market
ens, 18@30c turkeys,
16®20c ducks, 20@2*MT®2c28@&s«.
Live poultry market stead*
1®%l@13c. Ducks, 21c turk«»
.19c roosters, 12%»
Cheese market firm.
common to special, 14@i8u£r
common to specials, 5017c
•Butter market easy. Reertr*..
Creamery extras, 37c
®37c imitation creameryflnJjj.1
Egg market firm. Receipt
Neanby white fancy, 25@26c
m£ed fancy, 21@22.%c fresh, art
New York Money Market
NEW YORK, April
call, 1% percent.
ix months, 3@3& percent
paper, 3 @3^ 1
Bar silver London, 29
Bar silver New York, 61Uc.
Demand sterling, $4.76 7-is
Horse and Mule Market
ST. LOUIS, Mo., April 3!-^
—The run was extremely iieht
with both French and Italians 1
buying end, clearance was tnon
The week's retail trade has
fairly good and clearances aiont
line also being quite effective,
that but little stock is being
Heavy draft, extra $150011
Eastern .chunks 140©3
Southern horses, good
Southerners, plain 7ogS
Southerners, common 4o«
Mules—Extra choice big mules*
fat and quality and good aged, soi
work animals for the farm and 1
ing trade were the only kinds
had a look-in. Receipts during 1
week were much lighter than 1
previous week's, but prices failed]
hold up as well, while a more ge
ous supply of unsold stock is
16 to 16% hands J250®!j
15 to 15^& hands 1259a
13 to 13% hands
era Milk Producers' association at|
Louis yesterday decided to with
35,000 gallons of milk or sixty
cent of the city's supply, unless 1
ers meet their demands.
Primary Law Humbug.
Leslie's Weekly: The new systt
of nomination by primaries is
proving itself to be the route
political millennium. Using her 1
wide primary law for the first tin
Indiana flsds that It plays into
bands of the rich candidate,
candidate was compelled to make
own organization all over the Mi
practically on a Bcaie to corresp
with a political party organli&ti
The presidential primary offers a I
tile field for "favorite sons" to
on the list to the future emb
ment of their state delegations,
men of real presidential caliber,
as Root, Hughes and Roosevelt, hij
shown remarkable Interest in ke»
ing their qames ofT the primary 1
In Minnesota the bewildering
contradictory provisions of the
rfary law have produced a situati
whereby Senator Cummins, 'tiro"
son" of another state, stood pracT
ly alone oil the republican ballot'
Minneapolis Tribune declares, lei
ever, that If the Minnesota
thought that other states conclm
from 'this that Minnesota was
Cummins, they would proceed
"knock the harm out of haraw
The predicament In Ohio and
chusetts is even worse. There a
didate for delegate is required to
tain the consent of the candidate!
president to wnom he pledges,
support. *'ff the legislature dor
repeal the law," says the Ohio sa
Journal, "and make a nominauwi
matter of honest Judgment,
a bucked and gagged affair, it
IOWA PRES8 COMMENT.
Ed Dunn Is now denounced ij
"chronic office seeker, while
dith is lauded to the skies
pure quill of democratic
Beats all how times change /in
democratic politics. Only
months ago Ed Dunn was tne
ing star and hope of the Iowa 0
Davenport Times: If the
this country uphold the .1
policy, which seems to be driitins
ward a break with Germany,
will have to understand that
mean the formation of vast w™
the expenditure of billions of
and the forming of foreign a
against which Washington
the nation In his farewell address-
for good roads if we
at no greater cost than »be
bad ones. And it has been JWJ
strated In plain figures that
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