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&* £T *w & PAGE EIGHT ir AMUSEMENTS GRAND MONDAY NIGHT.... Direction D. I. Haghes DEC. 21 AN EVERLASTING SUCCESS! In Holiday splendor The original and only HOYT'S A Bunch of Keys (OR THE HOTEL) TUNED TO THE MINUTE LOADED WITH ADVANCED FUN THE NEWEST OF N3W SONG HIT8 THE BRIGHTEST OF BRIGHT FUN BITS And the Jolliest as well as Most Pic turesque of all Musical Com »r edy Triumphs. ,* Prices: 25, 35, 50, 75 cents. Box seats, $1.00. Seat sale opens Friday morning at 10 o'clock. DODGE'S THEATRE WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, DEC. 14 Return Engagement of the Season's Favorites CATTERLIN I PLAYERS BASEBALL ASSOCIATION (Under Auspices of Elks.) Not an old-time minstel show, but something new and pleasing, with all' the Keokuk favorites on the bill. TICKETS 75 CENTS Tickets uay be exchanged at box of fice for reserved seat coupons com-' mencing at 7:30 p. m., Wednesday, December lt, without extra charge. First come, first served. Gallery tickets, on sale night of per formance, 25c. 706 WE fv* Nnv 4? Des Moines iowa CURES LIQUOR. DR'J3 AND TOBACCO HABITS Wrtie NOW for BTH ST. Our Free Bo»kle- —Christmas shopping is lively and the merchants are busy. SILK SKIRTS A very swell showing in this de partment all colors and black. Pricea $5.50 AND UP HANDKERCHIEFS The most beautiful lino of Hand kerchiefs ever shown in Keokuk. We have placed upon our counter the greatest assortment of really dainty, pretty Handkerchiefs at prices that cannot fail to please. Great values at 25c, 35c and 50c. KID GLOVES This department is filled to over flowing with the best things the Kid Glove markets afford. Cente mcri gloves in black and colors. Dent's gloves for women and chil dren, the best kid glove on earth at 11-00. Silk lined Mocha and Cape gloves unlined Mocha anil Cape Gloves, 12 and 16 button gloves.: NECKWEAR Everything in Neckwear all the new things in the daintest colorings and prettiest designs this line must be seen to be appreciated. UNION & f« Presenting Talking Pictures and Soci ety Playlets. Change of program Monday, Wednes day and Friday. Entire change from last engagement. Matinee daily except Monday, at 2:30. Evening 7:16 and 9:15. Admission 10 and 15 Cents GRAND OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY DEC. 18 A Night Bohemia in For benefit of Sullivan & Auwenla's Great Showing of Sensible Christmas Gifts CLOAKS Great line o£ new stylish Cloaks for women, misses and children. Splendid assortment of "Wooltex" coats at special prices during the holidays. FUR COATS Beautiful line of those always ser vicetble and stylish garments. If interested, now is the time to see this line don't wait until the stock is badly broken. KIMONAS AND BATH ROBES We are showing as nice selection of the above garments in Silk, Crepe Cloth and German Blanket Robes. 'ipBSBF ^pOGRA®£/£ CITY NEWS.. —Silverware at Weber's. —Look in Home Tea Co. window. —Ayres & Sons will give you extra value on diamonds and watches. —K. H. S. vs. Mt. Pleasant at Y. M. C. A. Friday evening. Everybody come. —Reserved seats for "A Night in Bohemia" are going fast but there are a few more left for those who have to re he at or big show of tomorrow evening. —Ayres & Sons have a fine assort ment cf jewelry in all articles. Prices low. —For the consideration of $1,600 Mo in so as to us Schuelka, the southeast quarter of the southeast quarter of section 27, town ship 67 north of range 7 west. —You will never get another chance to buy Christmas furs as low priced as I quoted the rest of this week. Nathan S it —Green Vermillion, deputy county! auditor, was taken sick yesterday atj his office and had to go home. Dur-j ing the afternoon he was taken down with an attack of the pleurosy and is now laid up at his home. —Go to Ayres & Sons and see their special cost sale on cut glass, hand-! painted china electric lamps, chafing dishes, etc. I —Wm. Balllnger has deeded to D. W. Haggerty, lot 1 in block 114, Ma-' son's lower addition, the property be ing on the corner of Fourteenth and' Palean streets. The consideration is at in —Holland Santa Claus cakes at: S —Masonic—Special meeting of Har-i din lodge No. 29, A. F. and A. M. Fri day night, December 19, at 7:30. Work in M. M. degree. Visiting brethren. at a in vi to at der of W. M. A. K. Stewart, secretary.! —Christmas Special for Friday from 7 a. 9 a 4 0 an 6 0 beautifully decorated Haviland. Limoges, French and finest of German or at on re ad an at (our own importation) at' 21c each. Limit of six to a customer. Duncan Schell Furn. Co. —Mrs. Grimsley is in trouble again. This morning she appeared in Justice Landes' court and tearfully asked' that Mrs. Lillie Wood be brought into court for assaulting her and threaten ing to wipe up the ground with her and make mince meat out of her. An information was filed. —Keokuk lodge No. 106, of the Elks, will have an interesting meeting this evening when there will be a class of candidates initiated into the order and! the lodge will be inspected by the dis-1 os a of Fort Madison. Following the meeting,\ a turkey supper will be served. —If the river at Keokuk will drop I jut one foot more, it will be at the zero mark, which is the low stage, but not the lowest stage ever recorded he re or iv as be be he low water mark. Several years ago, it made a drop to below this mark I and is headed in that direction again, O a of a an smaller streams up north being frozen solid now, the river is expected to reach an even lower mark than at present unless there are a number of heavy rains soon. SUITS A good assortment of suits are still upon our racks. We will make very interesting prices upon this line during the holidays. FUR SCARFS AND MUFFS The largest, cheapest and best se lected line of Furs ever shown in the city all the new designs in all the popular furs at prices you will say are reasonable. HOSIERY Full stock of the celebrated "Onyx" Hosiery—silk, lisle, wool or cot ton. We can fill your every want. BAGS AND PURSES In this line we are showing what we think is the best selected stock of Bags and Purses ever offered the trade of this vicinity. All the new shapes, in the popular colors and of best materials. Prices range from 25c to $8.50. LINENS Beautiful assortment of linen in Scarfs, Squares, Tray CiothS, Doil ies, Lunch Cloths, Center Pieces, Table Covers in fact, you can find almost anything you may desire in this line. Ribbons, Belts and Belting, Belt Buckles and Belt Pins, Hat Pins, Combs—a complete assortment in all departments. RUCHINGS Big line of nobby new Ruchings in wide, medium and narrow, white and colors a select assortment. SILKS Large line of the new things in Silks. All the new colorings can be found here in best qualities and at lowest prices. Full line of Mes salines. COME WITH THE CR OWD TO THE BIG STORE KBytes ir&Vvw CITY NEWS. —Sleds and skates at Weber's. —Attend basketball game at Fri day. —The first regular drill of the Y. M. C. A. military companies was held last evening with C. E. Mohler as in structor. —Had it not befn for the Keokuk Lantern club, it would have been blacker than a stack of black cats last evening, for the electric lights were not turned on and the sky was cloudy There never was a 4 Gifts for Boys Articles they'll appreciate and enjoy long after the toys are broken and the taste of the sweet meats are forgotten. Teddy Gloves, 50c and 75c. Golf Gloves, 25 and 50c. Dress Kid Glqves, $1.00. Lined Kid Gloves, 50c to $1.00. Leather Gloves and Mitts, 25c to 50c. Nobby Soft Hats, $1.00 and $1.50. Fancy Shirts, 50c. Fur Band Caps, 25c and 50c. Smart Neckwear, 25c and 50c. Fancy Suspenders, 25c. v* Dandy Coat-Sw eaters, $1.00 to $2.00. Blue Flannel Blouses, $1.00. Natty Madras Blouses, 50c. Extra Knicker Pants, 75c to $1.50.' .1 Nobby Suits (Knicker Pants) and Overcoats, ages 2% to 17, $2.50 to $7.50. "Fad" styles for the bigger boys, (Long Pants), $6.00 to $18.00, Ci 5- -w .. !nfJi^rUdy m- to do its full duty toward the commu nlty. The Daily Gate City tutu". MISSi .For an Elegant Christmas Dinner -GO TO- T. NODLER'S Extra care has been taken to select for the holidays. Turkeys Geese Chickens and Ducks Sealshipt Oysters New Nuts Royal Dehesa table Raisins Malaga Grapes French Peas and Mu&hrooms English Plum Pudding Fresh vegetables from the southern markets A full line of soups and bouil lons A -Jf* 4 hi v*" 1 |?V: 11 -UJ- the finest and freshest goods Imported Olives, plain Olives, stuffed with celery Olives in oil, stuffed with truf fles Olives stuffed with pimentos Pure olive oil 'n* Bar-le-duc .*'4 Fine Celery and head Lettuce CHEESE iSdam, Edelweiss Camembert, Roquefort, Vezet, Royal, Sap Sago Neufcbatel, full cream. A full line of wafers and biscuit, topped off with a cup of our fine Mpcha and Java coffee. aS' BOTH PHONES. iW I I. CITY NFAVS. •Read The Dally Gate cit,. ?f,\he Still another hold up is reported 1tHC ,Came for last evening. A woman on Main street how i,„h„ street held up her baby so that it could see the toys in a show window. —Charles Cunningham, who lives over in Hancock county, and who was brought up from the levee in the pa trol wagon the other day, was fined $1 and costs in the superior court for being drunk. —Thomas and Hugh Ham h0ma8 TTuggles "ggle8 dependable as the KL^n^ club which can always be relied upon I given time"to^ecureTn"Tttornev^nd a ," "Ugh MENSWQTS OUTFITTERS MEKS&KY3 OUTFITTERS LL EYES 1 are now up- on Santa Claus—that charming old saint who brings so much happiness during child hoo'd that we never quite out grow our belief in him. And why should we wish to outgrow it, so long as such belief brings happiness to ourselves and those we love? Our store is in a holiday air. The gift articles are ready in unusual abundance and variety. Handkercliefs, mufflers, cravats, gloves, suspenders, smok ing jackets, bath robes, night robes and pajamas, and a host of other useful and acceptable things for men and boys—and more appreciated when received from a fair Santa Claus than if self-hosen. On the margin of this advertisement are lists of articles we show and recommend, with range of prices at wiiich they sell. You may choose from them with assurance of economy cn your part and satisfaction for the man or boy to whose joy you contribute. COR the desolate man who supplies his own needs, regardless of Santa Claus. There's plenty of room for such men here. Our regular salesmen are "at your service.'- These men know their business. They will advise you intelligently as to style an quality. They will take pleasure in pleasing you. Weil Hand-made suits, $15 to $30 j. overcoats, $15 to $25. There are no finer fabrics. No store shows better tailoring. The trimmings are as they should be. No other store in Keokuk "5 shows so large assortments. We fit men of almost every proportion. will be free and will be illustrated. 4 We show the best suits and over coats at $7.50, $10 and $12 in Keokuk, CITY N] "K & —Read The Daily Gate City. —Open every evening. Linquist Brothers. —Unitarian iadies' bazaar and chick-1 en pie supper Friday, December 18. Bazaar opens 3 p. m. Supper 35c. —The public is invited to attend the school assembly room by Dr W I Klme, upon tuberculosis The lecture —The Baptist Boys' basket ball team of the Y. M. C7 A. will go to Mount Pleasant on January 1 to meet an aggregation from the boys' de partment of the association there. jpge^F^irfield^ wHMi °f Keokuk and his reappearance in this city will be well recei-d river Ham'|day. 1 to do its full duty toward the commu-l enter a plea. They are charged with tTi.Z" ?. Jl "^L"! I ^,' imProvements and 1 CITY NEWS. Vir Plenty of good seats for "A Night in Bohemia." Get them this evening. —Don't miss it. Get your seats now Tha.m)no, f. 1 m,astrel at the K,!°kf: Parson® Co1'i of this dis- d0Wn, yesterda'. accom- panied by a couple of civil engineers 1 .C °T C'V Captain Carpenter, who has charge of one of the dredge boats at Keokuk. Yesterday afternoon sound ings were taken to ascertain whether there had ben any change in tUe sand bar just west of the Diamond Jo Pack et company's freight house, whether it has grown any larger or smaller. Some of the party are still here to taking soundings in the bay th8^rrtVer' M.eig.8 enter a plea. They are charged with to remove the bar. a hold up on last Sunday evening, work in the bay. A and! '8 "nable 8 dutk'8- tomorrow Bc sure and Seatf reserved and Quincy Herald: Major Montgom- of the Baseball association. Be sure ery Meigs of Keokuk, who has charge and attend. Plenty of good seats THURSDAY, DEC. 17 MENS &B0Y3 OUTFITfrac Gifts for Men xvo matter what you wish to spend, this list will suggest useful things for some one you So to remember. Smoking Jackets, $4.00 to $8.50. $ Bath Robes, $2.00 to $6.50. Fancy Flannel Vests. $3.00 to $5.00. White and Fancy Wash Vests, $1.50 to $3 00 Silk Mufflers, 50c to $3.00. Ways' Mufflers, 50c. Nobby Neckwear, 25c to $1.00. Fancy Suspender Sets, 50c and $1.00. Linen Handkerchiefs, 15c to 50c. Cambric Handkerchiefs, 5c and 10c. 4- Initial Linen Handkerchiefs, 25c. Initial Cambric Handkerchiefs, 10c. Fine Cambric Handkerchiefs (in imitation d gar box of 6), per box, 75c. Holiday Umbrellas, $1.00 to $6.00. Soft Hats, $1.00 to $4.00. Stiff Hats, $1.50 to $5.00. (We are agents for Knox Derbies—uhe best) Adler's Gloves, $1.00 to $1.50. ft*. Perrin's Gloves (imported) $1.50." Dent's Gloves (imported), $2.00. Fur back Gloves, $1.50 to $8.50. Lined Kid Gloves, $1 and $1.50. Fur band Caps, 50c and $1.00. Plush Caps, 50c to $1.50. Sealskin Caps, $5.00. Leather Suit Cases, $5.00 to $7.50l Fancy Shirts, 50c to $2.50. White Shirts, 50c to $2.00. Full Dress White Shirts, $1.50. Night Robes, 50c to $1.50. Pajamas, $1.00 to $2.50. Nobby Coat Sweaters, 5Cc to $4.00. Underwear, 35c to $3.00. Union Suits, $1.00 to $4.00. fancy Socks, 15c to 50c. Silk Socks, $1.00. Shawknit Sox (in Holiday boxes containing 2 pairs each, black, blue and tan) box. $1:50 Woolen Socks, 15c and 25c. Suits in worsteds, serges and cassimeres, $7 50 to $28.00 Overcoats in faficy cheviots and in black and grey, $7.50 to $25.00. Nobby Suits and Overcoats (made specially for young men) with all the latest ideas in pockets, fancy buttons, etc., $12.00 to $25.00. °Iera house tomorrow night. -Malachi Griffn, the veteran C. R. I. & P. flagman at the foot of Blon- h0,neWeSt t0 He WaS *'ecent taken ill after attending the funeral of a relatives in Carthage. —Good seats can be secured at the Grand tonight for a "Night in Bo hemia." —O. R. Johnston, of Fort Madison, will be in the city this evening to take win ue in me cuy tnis evening to take WMrer at|part ,or "a Night In Stolen !°,6« Set your y°u ca« secure I &ood reserved seats by going to the An information was filed this opera house tonight or tomorrow. morning the court of Justice Lan-1 Mr. Johnston will participate in the des by Mrs. Louisa Grimsley against entertatinment. Mrs. Lilly Woods, charging her with —"a Night in Bohemia," the real assault and threatening. The infor- minstrel show of the season, at the mation was served and the hearing Grand tomorrow night under the aus as set for 3 clock this afternoon, pjCes of the Elks. It is for the benefit PERSONALS. Geo. J. Risto of Warsaw is in the city on business. J. H. Cottinghani of Creston Is in the city on business. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. King have re turned after a two months visit at Cincinnati. Louis Romano, traveling salesman for Huiskamp Bros, is in the city ''f8 l'romlsed to] S. H. Perry, of West Grove, Iowa, he yeltGrday and to do soma at The Gate City office to see the big press in operation. Years ago a,ld ca,led 4 N %r}&> p'M* NG SILVER STERL FRAMES FUTURE Round and oval styles special values, $1.25, $1.50 and $2.50. Oth ~,"r ers up to $6.00. L'^Bfon's ^4 Mr. Sperry was employed by The Gat" City. He was surprised at the excel lent equipment now in this oflice. Mrs. Warren Holliday went to St Louis last evening to attend the funer al today of her niece, Mrs. Charles Weatherby. Mrs. C. H. Bolt returned to her home in Mallard this morning after spend ing Wednesday in the city "i'J1 friends. Sick Headache. This distressing disease results a disordered condition of the stomach, and can be cured by taking Chaml ep Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. G« a free sample at Wilkinson & Co" pharmacy, and J. F. Kiedaisch & Son. Try It.