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PAGE SIX
ST. PATRICK'S
ENTERTAINMENT
One
of
the Best Ever Given Was That
St. Peter's Hall L2*t
Evening Which Was
at
Wei] Attended.
,V
tttao Turrr/ttr -pvtpttttctaCiwr
WAS MUCH ENTHUSIASM
Many of Those Present Were Descend-
ants of Irish Race and Took
a Keen Interest in
Irish Airs.
One of the best Irish entertainments
ever giv in K«okcft was prc-seated
last ev-L.ug at S:. Peter Lai: before
an audience of nearly five hundred
people.
-e pros ram throughout consisted
of Irish souz-i and airs and there were
present many deso idon of ie Irish
race who L_orou^i.y vnjjved every
number.
Ttse program opened with a ruc-dley
of Irish airs by a large orches'ra of
string instruments aad then followed
songs, recitations. j.. 2:k» solo, qna:
tctte songs, aui .address by Father ilc-
i-
to-
°r
0$pfv
Wi
:.
.li imiii^[
Hermott and lest a recitation and drill- Weinberg. Lorettr Weidon.
Tl
trla
and were followed by six young men fcrancis Ward.
and pretty manner entered while the
chorus sang "Columbia," Martin Grif
fith then entered as an Irish soldier
finale was "God save Ireland."
The address of Rev. P. H. McDer
mott wag an excellent one and was de
livered with a burning enthusiasm for
the Irish rac?.
Much of the success of the
tainment is attributed to Mrs. Joseph nedy, Frank Moeller, John Nodler.
Moeller, who arranged the program.
IV-''
Program.
iledley of Irish airs.
Piano—Mrs. T. W. Agnew.
"iolins—Misses Catnerine Reidy,
Josephine Reidy, Anna Connell Col
ett:. ?Joeller, Lucy Rovane.
.Mandolins Misses Margaret
Don't Wear
A Truss
After Thirty Years Experience Have
Made a New Discovery for Men,
Women or Children That
Cures Rupture.
maDy
if,1 salves, no harness, no lies.
Ruth Crowley, Clarisse Gordon
last cur -a--as one of h-' Recitation—God Save all Here. Miss
features cf tl. It was Catherine Barrett.
Irish ibute to Columbia. Six young ,SoDS Kiiiarney. 5 Miss
™-*red upon ir.-f Recitation—A Gift from Ireland,:
BUge first and went through a march Miss Catherine Rogerson, Master
O'Brien, Celestine Agnew, Mary Brer- There. Mrs. Joseph Furlong.
ton, Maud Hmes, Marie Moeller, Jo-: Recitation and Drill—An Irish Sol
sephine Kennedy, Maymie Hines, dier's Tribute to Columbia. Columbia,
MRS. I- B. ARNOLD
Costs You Nothing to Try It.
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Please send me by mail in plain
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Name
Address
City L..ate
Vera
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ladies ,I 5aiwh and rej r-^ ^*^7* The grand jury will be empaneled 1
representing American soldiers. A»-1 Song—Come Back, to Erin. Mr. be fully thirty separate charges.
tcr those on the s^age had formed in Frank Kennedy. I Inspector Swenson arrived in Coun
a double column Miss Julia Connelly, Recitation—Fontcnov. Mr Martin cH Bluffs from headquarters at St
representing Columbia in a very true
McCa
as
Roger^
Johl1
and gave a recitation. The grand: P^noSolo-Irish Diamonds. Mr.,
Harry Crimmins.
1
Aenter-)
Song—A Toast to Old Erin. Miss
Alice Welsh.
Address—Rev. p. X. McDermott.
Quartette—Oft in the Stilly Night.
Messrs. Joseph Moeller, Frank Ken
Song—Minstrel Boy. Mr. John
Welsh.
Recitation—An Appeal. Mi«s Loret
ta WeldoB.
Recitation—Irish Airs. Miss Cath
erine Barrett.
Song—Selected. Mr. Thomas Rev
erson.
Song—In Old Ireland Meet Me
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A
Miss Julia Connelly Irish Soldier,
Mr. Martin Griffith.
Maids of Erin—Misses ASleea
Burke, Loretta Gordon, Catherine Rog-,
erson, Josephine Reidv, Florence Ire
land, Catherine Reidy. 1
American Soldiers—Messrs. John
Welsh, Edward Walsh, Patrick Welsh,!
Robert Greaves. Leo Skyles, Robert
Hassett.
Finale—God Save Ireland. Accom-
pe^.le who have tr'.ed it and: Mountain to the home of a neighbor.
hv
jail others faiL Remember I use nof curing|by unreachable itching and bleeding
im with
K'ng
I sea on trial to prove what I say that *-as cured himself of asthma. This case of piles, there is positive relief,
is true You are the judge aad once wonderful medicine soon relieved and and quick too, in Pyramid Pile Cure.
S? "if.'SSf.oS 2T"ijs T™- V? p«—
Co?g^s C5Ids'
Co., and J. F. Kiedaisch & Son.
"MIKES" ARE ARRIVING.
Post Office Inspector Swenson's
tation to Victims cf Swindlers
Bearing Fruit.
train coming at the invitation of J. S-jer^!®n
Swenson, postoffice inspector, who
has been engaged for the last two
I key at Little Rock Ark
and lf lndictment is reta
for er€rv
in &am
*e
it is
ffrey. Louis, this morning. He left here
Duett—Believe Me. Messrs Thorn-'
01166 days
thought there will
Mikes Tell Same Story.
dresses, ranging from Alaska to. Ha-
to the Grand Hotel in this city and
Just now many are interested in
knowing the best thing to relieve and
cure a cold. They cannot do better
than to take the advice of Mrs. L. B.
Arnold of Denver, Colo., who speaks
from personal experience.
Mrs, Arnold's
Recommendation
'I am pleased to recommend Cham-
berIain's Cough Remedy as the best
thing I know of, and the safest remedy
for coughs, colds and bronchial trouble.! JJT™'
We have used it repeatedly and it has:
never failed to give relief, and in time "°ise
to cure the trouble.
About four months ago I caught a
severe cold which developed into a bad
cough, and a few bottles of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy soon rid me of
the trouble. I don't think anyone will
ever regret using it"
MRS. L. B. ARNOLD,
2427 W. 43d Ave.. Denver, Colo.
The Dally Gate City
No More
PILES
No Matter How Bad Tour Case
is or How Long You Have
Had it. Pyramid Pile
Cure Can Core it.
Free Package Sent to Prove It.
Half of the suffering and torture of
piles has never been told. Whether
your particular case of piles is almost
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bear, or if your are fearfully tantalized
Acfhma h»nt .- ..
Discovery, or whether you have only a moderate
ng seen my book and read it you• quickly cured itis neighbor. Later it I You need not take for granted ail] Regulation First Part and a
will be cs enthusiastic as my bun cured his son's wife of a severe lung'we sav about our Pile Remedy We'
dreds of patients whose lett you can trouble. Millions believe its the great- want it to speak for itself
Hemorrhages, suffering from piles or any form of
and Sore Lungs are surely cured by rectal disease, send us your name and
it. Best for Hay Fever, Grip and [address and we will gladly s°nd you a!
Whooping Cough. 50c and J1.00. Trial
bottle fre& Guaranteed by Wilkinson
absoltlte,y
j,
fr*Le
trial
rn-i
.Mike'.
who is
interested
Davenport.
al
vana. 'ast winter I was suddenly stricken
In each instance. "Mike
was taken
free trial package of the marvelous}
Pyramid Pile Cure. After using the! There was a big audience out ast
I trial you wlil hurry to yoar nearest evening at the amateur ministr
{druggist and get a 50 cent box of Pyra-|
and ccres for piIes evcr
weeks getting evidence to present to' Pyramid Bids., Mar-, who participated in any way "in the:
the district grand jury in the case
jshaI1*
test-
nothing has been
heard of him since that time.
"All the "Mikes" tell about the same
story. Some were enticed to the city
to look at interurban railway prop
ositions others to buy up rich land ."T."
.... __ on the federal charge against him
holdings: still others on real estate'
deals. The victim's expenses were
paid in each case by an old time
friend of his, or a college chum, in onv •*»,,,
tried either in Des Moines, Creston or
case by the pastor of his church each
being brought to the city by a differ-1
ent "steerer." The names of these
"steerers" appear in a loose leaf A Religious Author's Statement,
ledger kept by Maybray and now in Rev. Joseph H. Fesperman.
the hands of Inspector Swenson. It bury, N. C., who is the author of sever-,
contains over 300 names with ad-
books, writes: For several years I
was
a
1
afflicted with kidney trouble and
jlast winter I was suddenly stricken
with
was
to get up without assistance. My ur
ine contained a thich white sediment
and I passed same frequently day and
night. I commenced taking Foley's
Kidney Remedy, and the pain gradu
al'y abated and finally .-eased and my
urine became normal. I cheerfully
recommcud Foler's Kidney Remedy."
Wllk'ison & Co. J. F. Kiedaisch &
Son.
LATEST SONG HIT
GIVEN AWAY FREE
To
Every Lady Who Attends the Big
Ro"'a*wa^gh?y Frid'y
sr5ng
a"d
King are
ins besieged for an advance copy of
'he latest waltz song hit "Make a
Hk,? h0°p
a3d
none
?n'V-X^ut I
will be given out until Friday
evening, when every lady who attends
lhe big Roll
a^a-v
Kart
!lf-ard
wlIl
s,iUtTini?t c!'l1l?,?ls
bi«
band
IEDAISHCH & SOM on the part of the ladies. Be early
k-M
fe given
Will be upon that evening, when
the concert organ will play the
popular air. and one of Keokuk's best
vocalists will sing the catchy song,
everybody will join in the chorus and
there jvili be real music. After Fri
day "Make a Noise like a Hoop and
Roll-a-way" will be the whistling fav
orite, and the young lady who does
not have a copy of this popular waltz
song in the house will not be up to
the minute. The admission price is
only ten cents, the music is twenty
five, and it is given free, so it is :i
good business proposition to be there,
if you do not care to skate. If you
skate, you are getting your evening's
enjoyment for nothing. When the
several hundred voices take up this
(and everyone must
in in a
orsan
the orchestra.
This popular piece of music will be
a delightful souvenir of the Roll-a
*ay, and will be greatly appreciated
I and do not miss the opening chorus.
THE MINSTREL- I
WAS SUCCESS'
Colored Amateurs Scored a Hit Last
Evening With Their Enter
tainment Given at Asso
ciation Hall.
A SPLENDID PROGRAM
pnt
:|mid Pile Cure, now admitted by thous-:ed colored young men at A"
lands to be one of the most wonderful. hall on Xorth Fourteenth street
In- !re,iefs
kn°wn.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, March lg jand fuelling, heals all sores ulcers was repeated again last evening and
The "Mikes" are arriving on every |and
5rritated
unnecessary. performance was first class and a
°etu* yourname and address todav highly successful performance in every!
package to Pyramid way, reflecting great credit upon all
^Jcn. evening's program.
against J. C. Maybray, the alleged A regulation first part was given
{arch swindler, now under lock and
wit*n
"Interviewed" for a wrestling match, part closed a farce comedy and the
a horse race or a prize fight. In very show was over too soon to suit the
few cases was he asked to take any audience which was highly entertain
active part in the affair but merely in- ed from start to finish.
vited to be present and see the con- French Bland. Stanley Johnson, Wil-!
Laugh­
able Farce Given as a Close
of a Most Enjoyable
Entertainment.
on by a number of Keokus
Instant elief can be gotten by using: ci„b. The show was given on Tuesday
the marvelous Pyramid Pile Cure. It evening and there were not seats
immediately reduces all congestion enough to accomodate the crowd. It
Part 1.
Overture
i,
ue
Young Colored Mens Amusement!
Parts. It renders an op- attended by another large crowd. Each
musical features. The second
jliam Martin and Fielding Johnson
All the "Mikes" tell a similar taie were the directors while Charles John
and say they can see now where they son and Marc Johnson acted as stage
were foolish but that they placed managers. The orchestra under the
such absolute confidence in their) dircetion of W. W. Fields was a fea
friend that they were deceived.
ture of the evening.
Figures found among Maybray's ef- William Martin acted as Interlocu
I fecta, showing the distribution of the tor and the end men were Marc John
moneys, thought to have been taken son, John Baker, James Franklin,
from men on fake matches, show an Charles Johnson. Joe Fields and
aggregate sum of nearly $1,000,000. Arthur Frye.
Maybray will probably not be tried The following program was given:
I
Council Bluffs. He is now under in
dictment for an alleged fraudulent
tse of the mail, but the case will be tra.
-The Red Moon—Orches-
Opening
Chorus—Saraha Jane
Company.
Mandy Lane—James Franklin.
I didn't Ask, He didn't Say. So
RDS
S,*""r
1 toson
Meet in the Rosetime Rosie—W. T.
a severe pain in my kidneys and ®lrds In Georgia Sing of
confined to bed eight days enable Ulysses Johnson.
Dixie Gal—Ralph Fox.
Sweet Marie—Earle Ware
Right Church—Frank Weeden.
In After Years—Art Fox.
Out Where the Billows Roll High—_
I William Martin.
Alabam—Marc Johnson.
From Ocean to Ocean—Orchestra.'
Down in the Cotton Fields—Orches
tra.
Stiff Neck. .~v Captain Johnsing of Company B—j
Stiff neck is caused by rheumatism Charles Johnson, Art Fox, Stanley
of the muscles of the neck. It is usu- Johnson. Ralph Fox.
ally confined to one side, or to thej Oh! You Coon—E. Ware, R. Fox.
-ack of the neck and or side. While Light Foot Trio—J. Baker, H. Gra
is often quite painful, quick relief. ham, J. Fields.
nay be had by applying Chamber- Red Moon Sextette.—Messrs. Jobn-
iain's Liniment. Sot one case of son. Johnson, Martin,
rheumatism in ten requires internal. and Fox.
Treatment When there is no fever!
-nd no swelling as in muscular and
chronic rneumatism. Chamber ai
Liniment will accomplish more than
any internal treatment. For sale by
Wilkinson & Co. Pharmacy and J. F.
Kiedaisch & Co.
Part 11.
mv=
$9Q
Johnson, Fox
How to Choose
A Safe Mortgage
In the last analysis of this
all-important subject you find
that you must rely upon the
bankers from whom you pur
chase the mortgage.
We place at your disposal
the largest and most complete
organization in the city, and a
continuous experience of
forty-four years in fending
money on Chicago real estate.
Send for our circular, No.
0655X,% telling" Whatt/«taakes
mortgages safe and how to
purchase them.
Peabody.HoughteJin^ & Co.
181 LaSallc Street, Chicago
(ESTABLISHES 1-B)
to
ggVjs- Don't Know—Charles Johnson. tions. Personally Conducted Tourist Can Parties to California from prio
When the Bells in The Lighthouse:
ciPal
I
Miss Johnson's Reception.
Cast of Characters.
Manager—William Martin.
Previous—Marc Johnson.
Citizen—E. Ware.
McBeth—C. Johnson':
WTitche3 J. Baker, J. Fleld3, H. Gra
ham. *"t. I
Banjo Player—J. Franklin.
Richard—A. Fox.
Henn- IV—R. Fox.
Hamlet—S. Johnson.'' ..
Mose—W. Rush. '[J:
Bogus Mose—A. Fr-e.
Sneaky Pete—U. Johnson.
Jane Anne Johnson—Frank Weed
en. I
I O A S
THURSDAY, MAR. 18, 1909.
DJayne's
EXPECTORANT
THis is tHe Time
for Colds
—and it is the time to cure them
—before they get a firm hold
upon the system.
Dr. D. Jayne's Expectorant
is the quickest, surest and best
known remedy for Coughs,
Colds, Pleurisy, Bronchitis, In
flammation of the Lungs cr
Chest and all ailments of alike
nature. It has been success
fully employed for four gen»
erations.
S4Q.60 to San Francisco, Los Angeles and
uw— Vancouver
Dally Until April 30
Similar rates to thousands of tlier points in the Pacific Coast
States and in Idaho, Nevada, Arizona. New Mexico. Alberta,
Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Liberal stop-overs.
Through Tourist Sleeping Cars daily from principal Burlington Route Sts-
stations several times a week.
Dr. D. Jayne'sSanative
Pills is a thoroughly reli
able cr.d effective laxative,
purgative,cathartic and
Stomach tonic.
Dr. D. Jayne's Espectoraat is Sold by All
Druggists, in $1.00, 50c. and 25c. Bottles.
San Diego 1
Seattle, Portland, Tacoma and
Homeseekers' Round Trip Rates
to Colorado, Wvoming, Montana, Utah. Idaho and Washing
ton, 1st and 3rd Tuesdavs of March and April. A"
... ,.I Let me give you folders telling all
about the low rates and good service. V5*
TROUBLE STARTED
IN OUTLAW LEAGUE
Manager Galbraith of the Kansas City
Team Deposed and Franchise®®
Taken.
Trouble has already started in" the
newly organized Outlaw Baseball
league. At a
held in Kansas City Manager r»i
braith
of the
C. F. CONRADT, City Ticket Agent, C. B. & Q. R. R.
5th and Johnson st., K-kuk, Iowa.
Alaska-Y ukon-Pacific Exposition, Seattle. R#
duced Round Trip rates May 25 to Sept 3a
A
1.00
Iowa State, Insurance Company
Keokuk
lllowa
Oldest Company
in the States $
mmmslm
Insorance wrlttea since ergaDizaiioo $229,563,567.47
H. R. COLLISSON, City Agent
S mple Remedy For La Grippe.^'! be placed in a responsible buslnesi
La grippe coughs are dangerous as!
I a
in 1 8 5 5
man's
they frequently develop into pneu- days.
monla. Foley's Honey and Tar not Sweeney is scheduled to manas6
only stops the coughs but heals and I the St. Joseph team and says he hai
strengthens the lungs so that no ser-! signed up about forty recruits who
ious results need be feared. The gen- will be divided among the other
uine Foley's Honey and Tar contains' clubs if needed.
no hramful drugs and Is in a yellow I
package.
hands within the next
meeting of the league ineeds internals treatment." Dr. Leon-
hardt
KanSs^Uv Sm was ?Ue ?T'
deposcJ and the franchise taken away per cent of cases.
for certain business reasons.
Just who will succeed has not been
announced, but President Sweeney
of the league says the franchise will Y., Prop. Write for booklet
,w0
A SPECIALIST SAYS: $
"Piles Can't Be Thoroughly Cured by
'i Outward Treatment.-'
Mr. J. S. Leonhardt, of Lincoln, Ke&.
the celebrated specialist, who ha*
studied every pbasa of piles, says:
"Plies can be thoroughly cured by
ointments, nor 'any
other
outside treats
ment The cause Is internal, and
Perfected Hem-Roid, the
first
in-
,ttand
'TZ
in the lowel bowel, has cured
Sold under guarantee at
Wilkinson
& Co., Keokuk, Iowa. Price $1. Or.
Leonhart Co., Station B. Buffalo, N.
ouillull

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