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"t PAGS AMUSEMENTS Grand Sat. IF V&A. fV 1 V^= ft? 9k W 1- it' l#' I 8: Direction D. -Hugacs. MAT. and NIGHT Mar. 27 SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT of the Celebrated Magician and Illusionist LAURANT AND COMPANY Presenting New, Original Mystic Cre 1.: ations in Ma?ic and Illusions Beautiful Electrical Effects—All Spec ial Scenery—Magnificent Performance PRICES: Evening?"25, 50, 75 and $1.00 Matinee: Children, 25c, adults, 50c. Seat sale opens Thursday morning. Tuesday, Mar. 23 8 p. m. Under Auspices of Y. by MISS RUTH GASTON Reader MISS OLIVE STRICKLER Whistler MISS LOUISE KLEIN Vocalist Assisted by Mrs. Collingwood Tucker, Mr. Albert Zoellner. Westminster Presbyterian (hip? I. TICKETS, 25c. THE GREAT DRAMATIC ORATOR Father L. J, VAU6H AN Subject. l'.'t "The Power. of Ltf^e" at **s- GRAND OPERA HOUSE Wed., March 24 AUSPICES KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Tickets, 50 cents. On sale at usual places. Tickets exchangeable for reserved •eats If presented at Box office, Tues day, March 23. —Read The Q&ily cen' a week. .Gate City, 10 This Week $1.50 and $2.00 ^r SHIRTS, each 4.ZD 50c SHIRTS, three 00 $1.00 and $1.25 SHIRTS jr each OC JONES, the Hatter The Model Dry Cleaning Works Office 24 N. 5th st., upstairs. Time to have your clothing dry clean ed and pressed for spring. We make a men's hats. Jivercd. I Phone Bell 895 D. Work called for and de- Home 3381. CITY NEWS •i —175 new Y. M. C. A. members by April 1st. Will you be one? Smith. Taber. Crimming, King, lisky and Rollins. Sf? mi ft E6b Ifij —Thursday evening is the time ot jwho played short stop last year. Here S'_ holding the republican ward primar-' is'what the Journal of yesterday says: ZThe Thing VAt'-M. ...». 607 Main Street Logan that he intended to leave New Orfeans the 22nd for Havana, Cuba,'and rest. He was somewhat improved from his rheumatic attack. specialty of cleaning ladies' gloves and Jthelr" ward"'caucuses "next Thursday jand wards of the city. j£V'ies. As regards the shortstops, those who^P351 have gloried in the magnificent K" —Republican ward caucuses will be have seen both Hill and Dalton .monia, is reported to be somewhat im- jsiderable improvement. Jimmy is proved. very popular with the Quincy fans and —Remember the date, Wednesday it would be a pleasure to have him evening. Remember the man. Rev. L. jback in town. Hill showed up well at j. Vnughan. Remember the subject,!short with Keokuk last season and he ."The Power of Love." has the preference. The reason Dal —The following are scheduled to ton doesn't want to sign with Quincy, ibowl in the singles this evening in the it seems, is because he had expected was formerly the hunting grounds of "bowling tournament: Maas, Powell, to play with the Lincoln club this sea-'the red men, BO that an interesting Pub- son and is sore because that club sold him to Quincy. The Collar, The Shoulder, The Lapel One bl the that you should bear in mind—is that it has been and is our constant desire to excel ourselves in the high qual ity of our pianos in the different grades. An investiga tion will show that we have more than succeeded and that makes our store one of the safest places in the world to buy a piano, and as a final safeguard our guarantee of satisfaction protects you from .any mis take you might make. CASH OR PAYMENTS Sheaffer & Saunders' c.w.c»rki».Hgr. CITY NEWS. Lmtarian sale and supper Friday. One Priee Music House —A sure result bringer—The Gate chapel tonight. City want column. —Superintendent T. R. Board of —The best program of the year at the union depot has been ill at his the recital tonight. You should hear home at Seventh and Franklin streets Miss Klein. I for the past several days, but Is im —Father Vaughn on "The Power of Love" at the Grand opera house to morrow evening. —Toinght the recital at the West minister Presbyterian church, auspices of Y. P. S. C. E. Do not miss this treat. —When the baseball directors call upo-i you tomorrow for a donation, help them as much as possible and put your name down for a good, generous sum. —Word was recelv evening to be held in the different lbusiness administration. His friends T*e for each ward caucus appears in this Issue. Be sure and consult the calls and attend. The republicans of Keo kuk should be alert this year and elect fered before the Iowa legislature by a Republican mayor and council. Representative Schuite for the laying —Quincy newspapers and fans think The three all important features in the makeup of a coat— the three things that must he right tf the coat is right. The Weil Hand-made Label Suits have been made for us by America's foremost tailors—they have been properly tailored throughout they will fit you right when you try them on —and they're ,uadeso wellycu can depend on them retaining their shape properly after much wear. We offer suits thai will give you such satisfaction that you'll come re again and tell your friends to do so. Greys and hlites ate the shade most woi this season—the styles inaude the pronounced novelties as well as staple conserva tive mcdels—\ The Prices $15, $18, $20, $22.50, $25, $3)—Cur J12 Suits are (he best we have ever shown at the price firings T•A: -it CITY NEWS. .. ~u —Baptist coffee in church parlors. el tonight. —Miss Gaston gives her latest read- ingS A ^AatiU Vifincraf 'Tho P.nto I A^An/,1 at the Westminster Presbyterian proving nicely. —Rev. A. D. Hastings of Oskaioosa, district superintendent of the Iowa Childrens' Home Society, was in the city today, making a tour with the superintendent of the poor and look- ing for children to be adopted by the Ithe society. —The announcement of the candi- Daner Mr Westcott is one of the old-1 has been attentive to his ana nas Deen attentive to nis ouiiea. where he will remain for a few weeks |^e bas been on the school board, hasj Republican's" are" urged to attend °.f ™afor I if elected woul(1 ^ive time and place |are enthusiastic for him for the sippi are interested in the plans of- out 3 more of the chances of Hill making the intersection of the Mississippi and good at Quincy than Jimmy Dalton.jthe miles UI' play jgiL 3ield Thursday evening of this week in ball would not hesitate to choose the! mingling of the waters of the two the different wards. Keokuk player in preference to Jimmy! streams, and persons who have vis —Tlio child of Mr. and Mrs. Dan :Dalotn. If both players should report.! ited many of the picturesque wonders John is sick with scarlet fever and Dalton. If both players should report.'of the old world have frequently de the house was quarantined, this morn-! tain his last year's position. However ing. jit is understood that he has been tak —Mrs. Oscar Carlson, who has been ling excellent care of himself during the quite seriously ill with typhoid pneu-' winter months and he may show con- historic aspect prevails in addition to its magnificent scenic charms, Wilkinson & Co. KEOKUK'S BIGSEST DRUG STORE 422 Main Street .JB6S The Daily Gate City Our Boys' Department offers a large se lection of new arrivals in Knickerbocker Suits—new patterns in fine wool fabrics— sizes 8 to 17 years—$3.50, $4, $5, $6, $6.50, $8.50 per suit. Blue serges, $4 to $7.50. CITY NEWS, —Hear Miss Strickler tonight —Laurant Matinee next Saturday should be largely attended. —The republican ward primaries I will be held Thursday evening. Else where in this issue appears the calls for the various wards, giving the lo cation and number of delegates to be selected. —A belt and gold buckle advertised |jin the Gate City "Lost" column last evening was restored to it's owner ear- I ly this morning, only another demon stration of the efficiency of the Gate City special column. I —Two Fairfield amateur baseball players will try their luck in profes- sional ranks during the coining sum mer. They are Pitchers Webb Parr and H. A. Farlton, who have been signed by Canton of the Missouri-Illi nois league. —The Iowa teams entered In the A. A. U. Central basket ball series which starts Wednesday at Detroit are Des Moines and Waterloo entered are Evanston, Chicago Cen tral, West Tide Chicago Racine, Wis., Belvidere, Wis., thcn an(1 .. i. j. f°r more money than they are worth. Tte Kewan 1 san,e. mistake Other teams ja Lincoln Neb. —Keokuk baseball fans will have to "loosen up" quite freely if they wi8b t0 keep pace with fans in other 1 ,, ,, towns of the circuit. In Kewanee the South side com, Thursday, March —Don't fail to attend the recital at the Westminster Presbyterian chap- merchants donated $500 worth of ar tides of every description for a car nival which is to be held, and will back their own goods star-Courier speaks quite highly of the generosity of Ke wanee fans, —The name "Keokuk" seems very confusing to a number of non-resident people. W. J. Fulton received a let- was dress was in a very c,ear type and the dacy of S. M. Westcott for mayor on 1 Possibility of a poor typewriting ma- the city this morning on a tour of in the Republican ticket appears in this I c^line have been that the ived from Judge 2? resided ofKeokuk has served! "Keokuk" did not know how to ment is expected to take place 'and a tied to leave vew city in a number of public capacities I B')e aild a'E0 duties.' thoueht are beautiful national park at Wisconsin rivers about thirty above the Key City. Tourists and the river for many years I stretch of scenery which marks the clared that they have never beheld a more ideal location for an extensive park. There was presented, before the Wisconsin legislature some little time ago a bill providing for the lay ing out of a park on that side of the stream, and now the proposition has been advanced that the Iowa peo ple co-operate with them on their side and try to have a national park es tablished there. The proposed site he knew how to spell it be-1 fore he finished the letter, served the first ward as alderman,! *'°t contest between the and filled other public positions. He is •vounf' mens Carnation class. cit^ y°UDe al ladiCS I, da" the nomi-| nation. to the present time the young men —Iowans residing along the Missis- 'n tbe lead. The contest will end on the last Sunday in April when the losers will have to give the win ning class a banquet. Last Sunday there was an attendance of thirty-six members in of seventy-five regular members. —Could better tribute be paid to. a I lecturer than the following from the hacine .Journal: "Eight hundred of the leading and cultured people of Racine assembled at Belle City opera house last evening and listened to a splendid lecture on the subject. "The Power of Love,'' by Father L. J. Vaughan, It was full of power and drew FUNERAL NOTICE. 0'BRIEN*--The funeral services for the late David O'Brien will be held at Si. Peter's Catholic ciiurcb at 9:30 Wednesday morning. •, Duncan-Schell Furniture 21st Annual March Sale—Radical Re ductions 307-317 Main A Wise Inveslment The question is not What will it cost to paint and paper but "What will it cost not to paint and paper? Paint is a protection and beauty if you use our paint 'V Our Painting and papering is a wise investment because it gives the best protec tion for the greatest num ber of years at the least cost. It pays large divi dends in satisfaction and best results. CITY NEWS de^- St Louis 1 ter the other day containing the ad-1 audience's attention until the close." dress of the local firm written as At the Grand opera house Wednesday follows: "Hoebok Canning Co., Koe- evening. Reserve your seats at thea- huk." The address within the letter trc box office. The manner in which —Superintendent A. X. Willsie of occurred is a matter for the Hannibal division of the C., B. & cai'eful study and figuring. The ad- Q. and master carpenter Henry Zim- °la88 Chrjstian cf^ch Sun «me for increased membership. Up recital to- —Are you going to the night? —175 new Y. M. C. A. members by April 1st. Will you be one? —Do not miss seeing Laurant at the Grand Saturday. Two performances. —Local business men expect an in creasing spring business this week. The weather is favorable which helps Many features on the Laurant pro- sram for and matinee will be specially attractive to the children, and there should be a large attendance of the youngsters. —Maxwell defeated Gordon the Y. M. C. A. pool tournament last even ing by a score of ro to 30. Ulrich de feated Loewenstein by a score of 60 to 39. This evening Minor Clark and J. C. Ferris will play. The tourna ment is nearing an end and will prob ably b3 completed next week. —The Richmond Ind., Evening Item says: "Father Vaughan's strength lies in his familiarity with his subject matter and his dramatic manner of delivery. His voice is powerful and the control he has over it is wonderful. From the first sentence he holds his I merman of the same road were in is almost eliminated. It might spection thrcugh the yards both up P®rson writing the town and down. A general improve- ^orS°t bow he continuance of the work of cleaning Up eloquence- and at the same time wit and wisdom given with great force I Mate for city marshal on the Republi and the closest attention. There ticket subject to the decision of was a unity and completeness of tbe city contention. thought clothed in the language of a master. Nearly two hours were con-! sutned in delivering the address and there was but one expression after it was over, "the finest thing I ever have heard." At the Grand opera house Wednesday evening. and putting the yards in first class condition is expected. ANNOUNCEMENT. herf' school is going on at the present didate for the office of mayor, sub- announce myself as a can- ject to the will of the delegates to the democratic citv convention. CHARLES OFF. ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announcement myself as a candidate for re-nomination for the the young men's class office of mayor, subject to the action and this Sunday they are trying for of the Republican city convention, a membership of fifty. C. M. Crane, W. E. STRIMBACK. president of the Pauline bible class is sending out 150 invitations today to ANNOUNCEMENT, prospective class members. This class I announce myself as a candidate has the largest attendance cf any in for mayor, subject to the approval of the school having in the Neighborhood the republican city convention. SAM C. WESTCOTT. ANNOUNCEMENT. I wish to announce myself a can didate for city marshal on the Repub-! lican ticket subject to the decision of thp city convention. HARRY MALONE. ANNOUNCEMENT. I wisa to announce myself a can- HENRY KESSELRING. ANNOUNCEMENT. I will be a candidate for the office of city marshal subject to the action of the democratic convention, V" JOHN M. KENNEY, City Marshal. ANNOUNCEMENT. I announce myself a candidate for the office of City Marshal subject to the action of the democratic city con vention. JERRY HARRINGTON. New Spring ~Tr° TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1909. -y S\illiv0Li\ &.ivd A we eta Oidoat Company In S a A WORD TO HOUSE WIVES: If you want to be sure of having GOOD, CLEAN, SWEET BREAD IPPSftSSll 1SS3SIS rnmm i%Ask your Grocer for GRACE MILLS •-•...or M.<p></p>Aa-Aa-1 A ISP /'X Patent 'if Made from carefully se lected virgin wheat, every grain of which is, /V'j. I Thoroughly Cleaned and i'£ Scoured EVERY SACK ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED A gentleman'j gold aia |||k filled watch, Elgin^lUiUU works. 20 year case, plain or fan cy open face sty'.e. Elgin works. Other grades, $9.50 to $37.60. LeBron's «4 Main st. CITY NEWS. '"5 new M. C. A. members bv April 1st. Will you be one? —Boone Republican: The survey or' the Des Moines river authorized by congress will be made the coming summer. Engineer M. Meggs of the United States army, has written to Secretary Botsford of the Commercial club asking for all available data re garding the stream. He states in the letter to the secretary that the survey will be made this coming summer. /~\UR SUIT de- partmentis rap. idlyfillingwith beau tiful new models in women's and misses' suits in all the new est shades—made of serge, broadcloth, satin cloths and fan cy suitings. All special values when 'A*' workmanship, style and quality are con sidered. A Ktofcufc Insorance written since organization $229,563,567.47 H. R. COLLISSON, City Agent I »t Beautiful line af Women's and Misses Jackets. Very swell assortment of long coats for spring. New line of Rain Coats. Come in and look through our suit department. You will be wel come whether wishing to buy or not Iowa State Insurance Company incorporated Iowa '9 1 8 5 5 The most complete stock in Keokuk.^ •Hamilton, PPgp|l7( 21 AND 23 jeweled A Railroad Watches RELIABLE WATCHES Schouten's Maltine Bread ipgl DO IT NOW. 1 Rich in Malt and Gluten—Call for it O A Sprinfiiield Lump Lebiflb Valley Bard Coal JAMES CAMERON & SONS Both Phones, 96. Office, 17 South 8eventh Street. A ladles gold filled Alt watch, .Elgin wor«s,$ I laUtJ 20 year case plain or fancy, closcd style, Elgin movement Other grades. $7.50 to $22. LeBron's Main st How to cure constipation, sick head vche, cur stomach, torpid liver, lnal *estlon* and dyspepsia: Oo to'your rugglBt and a 60-cont or |1 bot -le or Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.