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fCBSDAi.'. DEC. 8, 1908.
judge
ors Not to Li«ten to Any-
Ewer
ssrH
THE GRAND Jm«g
From an Out­
thing
sider.
IT IS SOME SMART ALEC
Court Says That it Has Been Re-
ported to Him That Some One
is Trying to Influence
the Jurors.
Some smart alec, or person with cor
ruption in their minds, has been try
ing to influence the members of the
federal grand jury, now in session in
when
given instructions
During his Instructions to the jury
this morning he stated that it had been
reported to him that an effort had
been made in Keokuk to influence the
In case any approaches of this kind
were made, he asked that the .jurors
report the man to him and he would
see that he was sent to jail for a long
enough time to consider his actions.
a telephone message.
In instructing the grand jury, the
court called attention to the fact that
that body had to deal only with crimes
committed against thei government,
nth as boot legging, -using the maiN
to defraud, robbery of post offices aud
counterfeiting.
NEW HAVEN TO
ELECTRIFY TRACKS
Electricity as Motive Pawer is Making
Its Appearance on Ar.ot.,er
Eastern Roac.
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Dec. 8—As re
gards any terminal improvements at
New York City of the New York, New
pany,
t?
S Charles. S. Mellen.
ic
Th® comIiany
Haven and nartford Railroad com-, Position. ,o„.
iy. It is ascertained the corporation!
Do not be scared
into thinking that every
pain in the back denotes
kidney trouble. It is
probably rheumatism
and easily curable by
Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills. Rheumatism
frequently affects the
kidneys, the secretion is
reduced in amount, is
strongly acid, contains
sediment and is of a
high color. These
misleading symptoms
disappear when the
rheumatism is driven
from the blood.
free book, -'Disease", of ilir 13!ooU
about the treatment.
felt so much better that
Until
I
tells all
AN IOWA WOMAN CURED
A few years ago," says Mrs.
J-9'Bryan,
"Iliad an attack of rheumatism in I
tn bed in order to get any relief, and
0,,e
I «ried several remedie.,.
°f them gave me more than
temporary benefit.
had been
troubled like this for five years be
fore I tried Dr. Williams' Pink Pills.
"ey helped me right away and
was cured."
iS'«~!ELECTION UNDER
as.'rs S
™m .ai,10ther railroad authority it
th» vf
a^"e!1
tl
McPhcrson War,., Federal Ju- ing to Terminal rS
TnTprivi^
Mni D, ,ese
neS°tiations
with
rk City are stU1
P^ding
neS°tiations
ok
the so-called
Wi'Ciiase was made, includ­
ing various franchises, with a view to'
a future terminal in New York City
The Brown Shoe Com
pany to Build Big
Addition to Factory
The Brown Shoe Company, of St. 1 4?"
Louis, have broken ground to build a
large addition to their Buster Brown
Factory at 17th and Lucas Avenue, St.
Louis, in which are made Buster
Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for boys
lie new building will be of brick and
steel construction, fire-proof through- I
out size of new building to be 15*.
feet long, 55 feet wide and five stories
high, and will be completed as soon
as possible.
Keokuk, according to the statement of! "*ents oi $203,968.6G for the month of members are interested in the elec
judge Smith McPherson this morning ^7moSth
ft
members of the grand jury and warned —Fresh rabbits at Tigue's
the members that they must not lis
1
ten to smart alecs or corrupt people
who would talk to them in restaurants,
or hotels, while away from the court
room and try and frighten, bribe or
influence them in their decisions.
Opened this Morning. the fore part of the new year. Much I
The federal court convened this interest has been evinced in these
morning at 10 o'clock with a large at-i classes this year and much good has I
tendance. The petit jurors, grand been accomplished.
Jurors, visiting attorneys and court of-! —The news of the failure of the
ficials filled the room and the grand Fidelity Funding Co., involving the
Jury was empaneled and given in-! Nauvoo Academy, caused considerable
structions. interest in this city today. The morn-
The court announced that hereafter ing papers contained accounts of the
court would convene each morning at failure and this afternoon's United
o'clock and that night sessions Press report, received by The Gate
would be held if necessary. He was City, puts a still darker phase upon the
willing to stay here until Saturday failure, although assurances conies
night if the business compelled court from those in charge of the academy at
that long, but the session must close Nauvoo that the schools will not be
this week. Visiting attorneys would closed. It is to be hoped this report
be given the right of way in cases will prevail as the school means much
and no lawyer is to be excused to au- to Nauvoo.
the grand jury was sworn in aud "'S month a jear ago, and liave a two held the local council since the tlir„
imlllrt** ..1. amonrlmrna
CITY NEWS
—On Wednesday,
—Do your Christmas shopping with
Keokuk merchants.
—Burlington Hawk-Eve: Senator
Walter Clyde Jones, of Chicago,
whose old home is at Keokuk bids fair pint of Whisky, mixed, will cure any
to be the new leader of the republi
can senate organization in the Forty
sixth Illinois general assembly. Frsm
a green member of the upper house
Senator Jones has risen in two years
to a position of influence and leader
ship. He is a native of the Hawk-,
Eye state, and received his early edu- -incinnati, O.
cation at Ames. He has made his
mark in the Illinois senate, and is
now about to step into the leadership
of the republicans in that body. Cen-!
ator Jones is noted for his infectious
smile that has often swept away op-
but
A man who always smiled.!
yielded, could not be denied
a hearing, and the man from Keokuk
has now won out through his person-J
ilty and learning.
Challenge from McGrath B.'os.
McGrath Bros, are seeking the
worst case of dyspepsia or constipa
tion in Keokuk or vicinity to test Dr.
Howard's new specific for the cure of
those diseases.
So confident are they that this re
a a in a as t
ing cure in a short time, that they of-j
fer to refund the money should it not,
be successful.
In order to secure the quickest pos
sible introduction McGrath Bros, will
sell a regular fifty cent package of
this medicine r.t half price, 23 cents..
This specific of Dr. Howard's will
cure sick headache dizzy feelings.'
constipation, dyspepsia and all forms
of malaria and liver trouble. It, doesj
not simply give relief for a t'.me it
makes permanent and complete cures.
Mrs. W. W. Jones lert this morning
for Jefferson City, Mo., where she
I will attend the marriage of her
Mo.
Conductor James Culten. of Ottuni
the city attending the ses
wa. is in
the Burlington and
of Woodbine, Iowa, i»' '"frS iSlL',
m( fp
I
rai
III© ltHltrl
m°/tntrn-npv
well
I
I
took them
Saturday
$2.50* at all druggist* or from
'Hums Medicine Co., Schenectady. N. V.
NEW AMENDMENT
ges' De La Salle Council, Knights
reports a gain in ship- himbus, will be held this evening and
Ule, COrres|)olld"!S
bTlh* Wai"'
million dollar stock of shoes to apply amendment of the constitution at the
on orders
10c.
December l.ith,
the Big Five basket ball team of "this
city will meet a Carthage team. A I
warm contest is looked for a the 3ig
Five's have a strong team.
—Patronize the business men of
your own town. I
^—The first term of elocution at the
Y. W. C. A. will be finished after about
three more sessions and the second
term for the season will commence
1
of
Columbus, Will Hold Their
g^Annual Election This p?
...Evening. -,f!t
LARGE,PRO WD EXPECTED
(Vf
Local Council Has an Invi
tation From Quincy
to
go There on Decem­
ber 27th.
The annual election of officers of
De La Salle Council, Knights of Co-

eli lb to the
aud De
rSt
*9 4-U A.
last national convention. Previous to
the amendment, in regards to election
of officers, only insurance members
were eligible to the offices of Grand
Knights, 'Past Grand Knights, Finan
cial Secretary and Treasurer. Since
this late amendment all members are
offices of Grand Knight
)ut'
Grand Knights, but only
insurance members can hold the of
fices of Financial Secretary and Treas
urer.
George D. Baur who has been Grand
Knight of the organization during the
past two years, is one oi tne progres
sive members of the order and has
made an excellent head during his
term of office. It is probable that Mr.
Baur will be returned to the office
which he now holds this evening if
he will again accept the honor.
Initiation at Quincy.
The local cc-.ncil .has received an
invitation from Quincy Council, No.
5S3 to be present at a second and
third degree initiation to be held in
that city on December 27th. This is
the Sunday between Christmas and
New
years and it is expected that
many of the local knights will at
tend. I
Quincy Council will also hold its an
nual election of officers this evening.
The Best Cough Cure.
A half ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine,
two ounces of Glycerine and a half
cough that is curable and break a cold
in 24 hours. Take a teaspoonful ev
ery four hours. Ask your druggist for
the genuine Leach's Virgin Oil of Pine
compound pure, prepared and guar
anteed by the Leach Chemical Co.,
ROYAL ARCANUM
it will regulate the bowels, tone up city, sprained bis right wrist while
the whole intestinal tract, give you an working yestedav.
appetite, make food taste good and di-' —Keokuk made goods are as good
gest well, and increase vigor.
ELECTS OFFICERS
A New Set of Officials Chosen to Con
duct the Lodge Affairs For
Next Year.
The following officers have been
elected by Keoluik Council. No. 536,
of the Royal Arcanum for the ensuing
year
E. M. Majors, Regent.
Dr. O. H. Sohl, Vice Regent.
K. E. I-Iawkes Oracle.
J. W. H. Blood, Secretary.
A. H. Evans. Coi.octor.
G. Herbert, Collector.
J. M. Allen, Chaplain.
C. M. Vogler, Guide.
,f. Immegart, Warden.
C. H. Wolfe, Sentinel.
J. 1. Annable, representative.
C. H. Wolfe. Alternate.
11. M. Lourie, J. I. Annable, G. C.
Van
^yerden. Trustees.
CITY NEWS
a
Take advantage of McGrath Bros. 1 jjejp jocai industries.
challenge and secure a bottle of Di. —y Jones was fined $5 and costs
Howard's specific at half price, w't-i ^0(jay in the superior court for beln.i
their personal guarantee to refund
your money if it does not help you.
PERSONAL
day
—Daily Gate City. 10 cents a week.
—Will Wilson, a blacksmith of the
any other goods. Buy them and
drunk and disorderly.
—Clem J. Spring was appointed to
day as administrator of the estate of
the late John W. O'Bienness.
—There was a decided activity
Carl Boyd has returned from a few around the federal building today due
ivl visit" with relatives in Louisiana, to the assembling of the federal court,
ijb 1.11 ..
vi Keokuk
is nov in charge
unning between
Ottumwa and Burlington.

teciivc
.lam«
Hwrtrai
returned
tumwa. ..
Miss Kathryn MoManuh
home Sunday after a ten das visit
with relatives in lioweu, ul.
hoppers should not fail
to use The Gate City for '.'-.eir holiday
son. announcements. There is no way so
effective to reach the holiday shoppr.
—Just keep reading the wants that
appear from time to time in this pa
per. So many bargains are frequently
found in this department that a con
stant reading is necessary so that no
good thing will be missed.
—For the consideration, of si.'O
oC "Q"' 'Irii
^Wpsiov^BrvaiU. deputy United States enjoy a supper at the Y. M. C. A. to-
ZSK.TS? =ETofS
court which convened this association. William Brugman
nhafrmon
The Daily Gate City
CUMMINS SWORN
IN AS SENATOR
Warmly Greeted by His Fellow Sena
tors After Accepting Oath of
Office.
WASHINGTON, D. C.. Dec. 7—At a|
was warmly greeted by his fellow
senators after the session had adjourn
ed. The credentials were presented
by Senator Dolliver.
The reading of th^ President's mes
sage began at 12:17. and adjournment
was taken at 1:56. Close attention was
paid to the reading of the message,
liach member had a copy on his desk
",
At the house, where the
h'® numbers, and the fine music is a loa­
x.1. tUlC.
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chairman of the affairs. About forty
I aMonte Cowels. one of tie, five boys are expected to be present,
known'legal men of Burlington, -In the district court today the
wen Kno 1 attendance at case of Dade vs. McCreary was start
was in Keokuk today in aue
^MI^Bertha Smith returned home luony being started The following
night after an extended vis- jury is listening to the case:
It. with friends and relatives
secured and (he
rnest
Ot-1 Lindstrom, Nathaniel Rudd. Tom Mc
Donald. Alonzo Phillips, Albert Lutz,
S. 11. Surrena, A. B. Met/., Kd. U. Mc-
Clain, Harvey Johnson. ,T. W. Drumui,
Leo R. Anthony aud Alois Guuible.
meeting of the senate this afternoon, Constant practice furlnsied, scholar
Cummins of Iowa, was sworn in. He! ship include tools, instnic:ions,
and followed the voice of the read- WANTED—Housekeeper, or will mar
AMUSEMENTS
pacity of the new amusement place
congregated at the Rolla-way last eve
ning, and a delightful time was en
joyed by all. The Fiftieth Iowa band
is in no wise conservative with tlijir
Thursday evening, no g?ntlemen
will be permitted to skate unless ac- ,-o-t
companied by a lady. The manage-: re (-7 Morgan street,
ment is reserving all rights of admis-
sion, and the conduct of the new FOR RENT--Eight
I Apply
-Keokuk made goods are as good
as any other goods,
help local industries.
TODAY'S MARKETS.
Daily Ranqe of Prices.
CHICAGO, 111., Dec. ."!.
Open. High. Low. Close
WI1EAT-
Dec. .104%
May .109
July .102
104%
109
102
CORN—
Dec.
May
July
Sept.
"0%i
r2%
47%
49
52
41
47
501/4
52%
47%
40%
Liverpool: Wheat %d lower corn!
%d lower.
Chicago Hogs receipts, 33,000 head 1
market steady top, $5.85.
Cattle—Receipts, 7,000 head njar
ket slow. 1
Car Lots Today.
Chicago Wheat, 82 graded No. 2,
15 corn, 023 graded No. 2, 1.8 oats,
131 graded No. 2, 24.
I Minneapolis Wheat, 1S4. ',
Duluth: Wheat, 196. •*.
Estimated Receipts ic:- Tomorrow.
Wheat, 35 cars corn, 227 cars oats,
67 cars hogs, 47,444 head.
Chicago Live Stock.
CHICAGO, Dec. S.—Cattle, 7.000 1
beeves, $5.25(ft'7.75 stockers, $2.50!
@4.65.
Hogs—35,000 steady light, $5.00
@5.65 heavy. [email protected] pigs,
$3.75 @4.70.
Sheep—22,000 steady natives,
[email protected] lambs, [email protected]
Kansas City, Live Stock.
KANSAS CITY. Dec. 8.—Cattle, 15,
000,000, slow steady steers [email protected]
stockers, [email protected]
Hogs, 28,000 5 lower bulk, $5.00
[email protected]
pigs, [email protected]
Sheep. 8,000 steady muttons, $4.00
I @4.75 labms, [email protected]
I
New York Produce.
NEW YORK, Dec. 8.—Poultry—
Dressed, steady.
Butter—Steady.
Eggs—Nearby white, fancy [email protected]
fresh firsts, [email protected]
Cheese—Firm.
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ELECTION NOTICE.
The annual meeting of the members
of the Iowa State Insurance Company
will lie held at the office of the com
pany in the city of Keokuk, Lee coun
ty, Iowa, at 2 o'clock p. m. on the sec
ond Monday in January, 1909.
HUGH ROBERTSON,
Secretar.".
Old People
NEEDVINOL'
it strengthens and vitalizes
Yinol tones up the digestive organs, 1
aids assimilation, enriches the blood,
and rejuvenates every organ in the I
body. In this natural manner Viuol
replaces weakness with strength.
We are positive it will benefit every
old person who will give it a trial.!
If it don't we will refund their money,
SOLD BY
McGRATh BROS. DRUG CO.,
-H' jkeokuk.
kMs
WAHT COLUMN
WANTED.
WANTEt)—50u men to learn barber
trade and take posi.lons waiting
our
graduates. Few weeks completes,
demonstrations, examinations and di
plomas. Write for catalogue. Moler
Barber College, St. Louis. Mo.
tf.
WANTED—Wide awake competent
stenographer. Write at once. W.
Cary Lewis Co., Chicago. 5-7t
ry good girl
1
message
attention !laVe
was
was accorded to the reading. The
house adjourned at 2:40. There was I
I am 24 years old. I
g00d
position, .. Write box 57.
Donnellson, Iowa. s-7-s
a ripple of applause when Assistant MEN WANTED QUICKLY by big Chi-,
Secretary Latta presented the mes-\ cago mail order house to distribute
sage to the house. The galleries were catalogues, advertise, etc. $25 a
well filled. week $60 expense allowance first,
month: no experience required. Man
ager, Dept. 500, 385 Wabash Ave.. Chi
cago. s-3t I
Another crowd which taxed the ca- WANTED—Three rooms unfurnished
rOR RENT.
FOR RENT—Dwelling with gas, bath
and barn. Also farm near Keokuk.
tf
amusement is therefore without the! Concert
least unpleasant feature. Rolla-way street.
with the merry crowd tonight. If you
do not know how to skate drop in FOR RENT—Four rooms down stairs,
afternoons and learn, that's what they partially furnished, suitable for light
are all doing. housekeeping, inquire at 610 North
Buy them and TOR SALE.
102%
103%
109
101%
107%
100%
60%
62
62%
r»9'/8
62
61%
59%
62%
62
62 y4
r.2y»
02
OATS—
Dec.
May
July
Sept.
room house, Slo
722 Franklin
Cent
WHERE
Capital, S100,000.00
William Logan, President.
TRY OUR
(f
Fifth street, mornings. S-2t
FOR SALE—Good restaurant. Will
sell stock and rent building, or sell
all. Address "B," this office. 5-7-8
FOR SALE—Dry oak wood. Seymour
Strickler, 215 JoLnson L..eet tf.
FOR SALE—Bargain for quick action,
two cottages, 5 rooms each barn
all 011 one lot, 19th and Timea streets.
20
Maccaroons
Cream Rolls
Ginger Snaps
I Lady Fingers
I
and use of bath, for light house-:
keeping. Address M., this office.
And other high grade pas
Iry good1* baked fresh
dally at
Monthly rental, $12.50 small fixed ex-1 g0t work in the ice fields if the pros
pense. Will net about .1 per cent to
STOVES! STOVES! STOVES!
*\Ve are carrying too many lines of Heaters and in order to close
out certain lines we will offer them at 20 per cent discount
as long as they last.
Why burn u:i your fuel in that old stove'and freeze when you can
get solid comfort and save fuel and money by buying one of these
bargains at this sale. Come in and see them tor yourself and
learn that we mean business.
SEITHER&CBERRY CO.
Christmas at Jones',
The Hatter
A
Schouten's
COAL
Do It now
Springfield Lamp
Lehigh Valley
Hard Coal
JAMES CAMERON & SONS
Both Phone* II
Oil Ice 17
S Seventh
purchaser. Price, $1,300 cash. J. C.
Paradice Realty Co., Gaate City Build
ing. tf.
FOR SALE—A small farm located
one-half mile from the West Keokuk
street railway, consisting of twenty-
three acres. It has eleven room house,
011
Those few people who are out of
work 111 Keokuk will soon be able to
en
DISCOUNT SALE
the exclusive things for
Men and Boys are shown
Christmas suggestions from our large furnishing depart
ment cannot, this year, do justice to our immense lines
of articles appropriate for the men's and boys' gifts—
The lines must be seen to be appreciated. We are cater
ing to the holiday business this year with a larger and
more varied stock than we have here-to-fore assembled
together. Fancy neckwear in handsome Christmas box
es, fancy box suspenders, mufflers, gloves, shirts, pa
jamas, umbrellas, suit cases and grips. Linen, silk and
initial handkerchiefs, underwear, sweaters, fancy hose,
night robes, etc., etc., and the
Most Exclusive Line of Hats
and Caps in Keokuk
Something to wear always pleases the men folks, and you
get both style and value at
Jones, The Hatter
1. i'&q
Saved Today
is the foundation upon which
your future success in life
depends.
A Dollar or Two regularly deposited
with the STATE CENTRAL SAVINGS
BANK will, in less time Uiau you
think, with per cent interest added,
give you capital for most any business.
Surplusy $'200,000.00
C. J. Bode, Cashier.
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Choose Christmas
Gifts at
Renaud's
Keokuk's Reliable
Jewelry Store
Make Us a Visit
—We Cordially
Invite You
Wo are always glad to see visitors
and even though they do not. buy we
take pleasure in showing them
through our stock. We re here ta
do business, of course, but. a call does
not obligate to buy. This business is
ltu
good cellar and cistern, two luindivd constant study to meet the wants of
foot drill well of pure water, large the people, and we '.tike great pride
barn, chicken house, ico house, corn- in our "little shop
crib and cow barn. Six hundred fruit
trees of all kinds. Side walk and mail
'i
delivery. This farm is good for small
dairy and truck farming. Will take
part cash and rest
time. Inquire of
of owner. Char,. Griffin. 1t.
cold weather continues. DIAMONDS, $5.00 to $300.00.
Fine guaranteed goods.
result of more than thirty years*
vw
WATCHES, $1.00 to $150,00.
Of known reliability.
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SOLID GOLD JEWELRY.
Stick Pins, $1.00 to $13.00.
Watch Chains, $7.00 to $25.
Handy Pins 75c to $2.00.
Cuff Buttons, $2 00 to $12.00.
Brooches, $2.00 to $15.00.
Earrings, $2.00 to $5.00.
Studs, $1.25 to $7.00.
FINE GOLD FILLED JEWELRY.
Watch Chains, $2.00 to $S.0U.
ilandy Pins 25c to $1.00.
C'tiff Buttons, 25c to $2.00.
Foils, 85c to $5.00.
Brooches, 25c to $2.00.
Stick Pins. 25c to $1.00.
SILVER THIMBLES, 25c to 75c.
J*
RINGS, 50c to $25.00.
Solid gold only, ery description
I
FOUNTAIN PENS, $1.00 to $2.00.
Waterman "Ideal," 52.50 to $5.00.
Fine Umbrellas—Ladies and gents'
$2.00 to $12.00.
CLOCKS, 75c to $50.
TOILET SETS, $1.25 to $25.00.
CUT GLASS, $1.25 to $15.00.
We sell llawlies' Cut Glass.
HAND-PAINTED CHINA, $1.50 to $15.
Stouffer's" line.
STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES,
25c to $1.00.
BRASS GOODS, 50c to $C,00.
Genuine Russian Ware.
GILLETTE SAFETY RAZORS, $5.00
to $7.50.
SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES,
25c to $13.00.
All
goods exchanged or fitted free
after Christinas.
SOUVENIR SFOONS, 50c to $3.00.
SILVERPLATED WARE $1 U. $8.
Heed &. Barton and (Jorliaiu.
Renauds
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JEWELRY STO: E.
"Tile place where Grandpa and Graad
111a traded."
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