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DAYS 1 O ONLY I Duncan-Schell Furniture Co. 16-INCH FIRE BOWL +*+++*++++1 &r* jr Proper Giasses Eyeglasses and spectacles to suit every eye and fit every nose—glasses that improve your appearance and impart dig nity. RENAUD Registered Optometrist Hearing Recessed. [United Press Leased Wire 9orvice.J WASHINGTON, Oct. 15.—After hearing Cleveland H. Dodge, Prof. Henry J. Ford, of Princeton, Edward I* Howe of Princeton and Arthur .. Starting Monday Matinee Oct. 14 Monday, ^Tuesday, Wednesday Oct. 14, 15, IB Trolley Car Trio "t"n *street ca,» Harry M. Morse & Co. Harry M. Morse & Co. COMEDY PLAYLET COMEDY PLAYLET Uncle Seth and the Hoodoo Uncle Seth and the Hoodoo A I 99 W.zard of One String Orpheum Theatre Orpheum Theatre sS TO-NIGHT sS TO-NIGHT TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Consider GARLAND than coal with Burner with heater. DWil —Outing gowns y.c. T&c, 11, »1.25 each at the Central store.—Adv. —T. H- Joyce, of Cameron, Mo Mariuj and Jo/ce, was takes to tbe hospital this afternoon suffering from an acute attack of appendicitis. It is nec^sary that Mr. Joyce be operated upon but thftre is no occasion for alarm at hi a condition. —Comforters $1 to \Z each, tral.—Adv. Glasses that strengthen sight __ and tone up weak nerves. Fre- jurors selected for the XovenAer term quently right glasses at the right time obviate serious eye troubles. 1 I 1 I Voryg of Ohio, "he C'.app committee' recessed today until Thursday. Vorysj said be spent tiOJ'H) in 1912 for the!, Taft campaign in Ohio. CITY Gen- By order of Judge Hamilton the panel of the district court mast report their excuses to Judge H. Bank, Jr_ who will preside at the coming t/emt. D. E. Reeves, wholesale coal, best grades enroute and on track, Keokuk. —Adv. —County Clerk C. B. I^ake issued' a marriage license to B. C. Sale, of' Chicago, and Dadie J. Waden, of this! city, at nine o'clock last night and Rev. Harry B. Foster performed the ceremony in the clerk's office. —Flannelette dressing sacques, 50c, 75c and $1 at the Central.—Adv. A marriage lioense has been granted to John Sumner and Olga Hale, both of Lancaster, Mo. —Caretaker Raber of Band park is W*J 4 1 I I I I I I the present of soft and coal it costs less to heat I ee Disp ay Windows" i, & They surelv give evidence of rent I Ready-to- wear. The Fashion featuring this special: ies, exc usive in Par Coats and Gowns, Street Coat?, differen' Piain Tailor ed Suits, Go.sari Cor sets, W. B. Corsets, Kayser Gloves, Phoe nix Siik Hose, Import ed Wa*ts. i«®|18|sl N. S. Lowitz For the Better Wear 612 Man ''k prepuriag the Sower beds for their wi.-i' -r ATI ''.qVu plants that ca.-: r.0t rar-i «b«. wiW %e piaeed la a safe jOn Hucday he allow? to #ot«r the flower 'an-, wbat flowers ttury wialttd. —Read Tl# V*tlj Qtt* City, Mats vm THE DAILY GATE CITY Mark Angell's New Hippodrome 7 QAV7AM A Always the Best in Motion Plays. Music by Hippodrome O/chestra. Xylophone Solo, C. K. Slade. Same Popular Prices: 10c, 20c, 30c. Matinees 2:30 Sharp. Evenings 7:30 and 9:00 Complete Change of Program Every Monday and Thursday. Surprise Party. This afternoon a company of about twenty-five ladies are enjoying a de lightful event at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Moll at 526 South Fifth street. It is a surprise birthday party given by the company of her friends on the anniversary^ of Mrs. Moll's birthday and is being greatly enjoyed by the unbidden guests and the sur prised hostess. Congenial social in tercourse marks the happy occasion with a bountiful and tempting supply of viands, the feature of which is a beautiful birthday cake tastily illum inated with candles, one of these lit tle twinklers to represent each year of Mrs. Moll's age. Mrs. Moll deeply appreciated the kindness of friends in thus remember ing her, while the surprising party ex tended the warmest congratulations to her on her happy arrival at another mile-post along life's journey with sincere wishes that many more, such marks would be reached and all oe favored with as happy a greeting from sincere friends, as this occasion is proving. l: m. sail & kHI St. Joseph's Auxiliary St. Josepn auxiliary will hold their regular monthly meeting at the hos pital Wednesday afternoon, 2:30. if, 4. Shower Recent Bride. A miscellaneous shower was ten dered Mrs. Vincent Abigail Henry at her new home at 905 Blondeau street, last night, by the members of the young ladies' society, of the First Baptist church. There were twenty five ladies present and they presented the recent bride with a set of silver spoons. Miss Birdie Linquist making the presentation speech, Student's Auxiliary. The student's auxiliary of the Mon day Music club will postpone It's meet ing tonight on account of the grand opera at the Grand theatre. The first meeting will not take place until Our Personal Guarantee to all Skin Sufferers" Mm •TO town for some time, and we are look ing to build up trad® by always advis ing our patrons right. So when we tell you that we' have found the eczema remedy and that I we stand back of it with ttie manufac* tnrer's iron clad guarantee, backed I by ourselves you can depend upon rt that we give our advice not in order skin sufferers, but because we know daw it v. ill help ofir business if we h&p our patrons. :-r: ONLY Thursday, FrWay^ Saturday, Sunday Taken by special permission The State of Ohio Mud under the personal supervision of Huh. T. H. B. JONES, Warden 'T^fV iSiln -i pi a VQ Starting Thursday Matinee Oct. 17 jm nxvc ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY! ATTRACTION EXTRAORDINARY! oeven /vviaxor vairis With CARLYLE LOWE. Greatest Novelty in Vaudeville. Sprightly Singers. Dainty Dancers. Costly Costumes. Carload Special Scenery Kramer, Belieclaire & Herman Bert Melburn Kramer, Belieclaire & Herman Bert Melburn Marvelous Athletes 4 The Black Face Comedian4 Marvelous Athletes 4 The Black Face Comedian CONVICT LIFE of Tuesday, November 12, program to be announced later. Shower for October Bride. Monday evening at the home of Miss Theresa Oertel, 1401 Franklin street, Mrs. Harry Tigue and Miss Oertel delightfully entertained thirty six young ladies at a miscellaneous shower in honor of Miss Madeline Schard whose coming marriage to Mr. John Hayes has already been an nounced. Miss Oertel's home was prettily decorated, the color scheme in the parlor being green and white and in the dining room, red and white, ferns and cut flowers predominating, with a profusion of hearts which were deftly displayed. Various games were played and light refreshments served, and the prospective bride,received many beau tiful and useful presents from her many lady friends. Miss Schard the recipient of this pretty shower, is the daughter of Mrs. Joe Schard, of 812 South Sixteenth street, and is very popular among her many friends. The wedding will take place Tuesday, October 22, at St. Peter's Catholic church, at nine o'clock. Company at Bridge. Miss Emtna Weaver will entertain a small company at bridge on Friday afternoon in honor of Miss Pearl Col lier, whose marriage to Mr. Noble Ayres will occur on October 24. Miss Grace VanDergrift of Kansas City, will be an out of town guest Home Missionary Society. The Home Missionary society of the Trinity M. E. church will be enter tained Thursday afternoon by Mrs. W. E. Englehart, 628 Exchange street. Cosmopolitan Club. Invitations were issued today' for the opening program and reception of the Cosmopolitan club to be given in the Westminster chapel on Friday have been in business in this you nothing. You alone to judge. We keep in stock and sell, all the -well known tkin remedies. But we 'i! say this: If you are suffering Uiiia. any kind of skin trouble, ec zema, psoriaota, raah or tetter, we want you to try a full size bottle of 1). D, D. Prescription. And. if it doesjMcGrath Bros., Druggists, not do the work,' this bottle wili cost! Main streets.—Adv, MCGRATH BROS Again and again we have seen how a few drops of this simple wash ap plied to the skin, takes away the itch, instantly. And the cures all seem to be permanent. D. D. D. Prescription made by the D. D. D. Laboratories of Chicagp, is composed of thymol, glycerine, oil of wintergreen and other healing, sooth •ell a fetf bottles of medicine to ing, cooling ingredients. And if you are just crazy with itch, you will feel soothed and cooled, the itch ab solutely washed away the moment you applied this D. D. D. We have made fast friends of more than one family by recommending this remedy to a ekhi sufferer here ai!3 there and we want you to try it now on our positive no-pay guarantee. Fifth and WTI l"/W finl/% The Russian BALALAIKA ORCHESTRA At the First Christian Church Wednesday, Oct 16 A Royal Russian Novelty Orchestra. Something entirely new musically. Never before in this city. Course tickets—Four numbers, $1.50 Single tickets—One number, $ .50 Tickets on sale at Y. W. C. A., Y. M. C. A. and P. Bear's, 1116 Main St. evening at 8:16. There will be an ad dress, "A Keokuk Problem and How to Meet it," by Mrs. Samuel Klrkwood Stevenson of Iowa City. Dixie Card Club. Mrs. J. H. Steiger will be hostess to the Dixie Card club on Wednesday afternoon. The Thimble Club. Miss Grace McManus will entertain the Thimble Club on Wednesday af ternoon. Bible Class to Meet. Mrs. E. S. Patterson, 725 North Fourteenth, will entertain the Ruth ean Bible class on Wednesday after noon. This will be the regular month ly social meeting. Itching plies provoke profanity, but profanity won't cure them Doan's Ointment cures itching, bleeding or protruding piles after years of suffer ing. At any drug store,—Advertise ment. ORIGINAL NOTICE. In District Court of Iowa, in and for Lee county at Keokuk. Fannie L. Penrod, plaintiff, vs. Stephen E. Pen rod, defendant. To the above named defendant: You are hereby notified that a petition is now on fHe in the clerk's office of the district court aforesaid at Keokuk In behalf of the above named plaintiff, against you and claiming a decree of divorce up on the grounds of desertion, for costs of suit and general relief. And unless you appear thereto and defend before noon of the second day of the next regular November term of said court, to be begun and holden at Keokuk on the 4th day of November A. D., 1912, default will be entered against you TUESDAY, OCT. 15,m2 4 Three Thousand Feet of Film 1 The grealeaf and only Convict Motion Picture Feature taken tnaMe Prison Walla, Complete) Lecture accompanying thla feature. Perfect 1 In photography, clear and Ufe-like In detail, portraying with vivid realism the mumnto.H priaon In Its coloaaal entirety. DON'T MISS SEEING THIS GREAT BILL. Engagement Extraordinary Grand Opera House Tonight ANDREAS DIPPLE Present. An opera by Wolf Ferrari with members of The Chicago Grand Opera Company Zepplli, Berry, Costa, Barrlss, Daddl. Musical Director, Attlllo Parelli. Preceded by *n Artists' Concert. Complete change of cast and concert program for each performance. Special prices: $2.00, *1.50, $1.00 and 75c. Local direction of J. E. Baker. GRAND 3—Others—3 2:30, 7:15, 8:15, 9:15 Adults 10c. Children 5c. GALLERY 5c. GRAND 4 ONLY *7 4 1 OPERA HOUSE Tomorrow Matinee and Night Pathe's Weekly OPERA HOUSE Monday, Oct. 21 ON XAB*IC orrurl 'HCA*rrf# WROtS HULLS AHD THKILLS 'OFFICER 666 Vj&Jtfelo&ra.mahjz TArce. tyMuiuS)jj4 tNacJT rAftctoentteM* and judgment rendered thereon prayed for in said petition. WILLIAM C. HOWELL, itil Prices 50c, 75c. $1.00, $1.50. Bo* seats $2.00. 6eat Sale Friday, 10 a. m. Mail orders will have Immediate attention. as Attorney for Plain tiff. Preserving the Beaver. The efforts to prevent the extermi nation of the beaver in the Adiron dacks have been so successful that there are now more than twenty largo "beaxvr colonies on the Raquette river alone, and there is fear of serious damage to poplar timber through the activities of the busy little fellows. Everybody's friend—Dr. Thointu' Electlc OIL Cures toothache, sore throat^ Heals cuts, bruises, scalds. Stops any pain.—Advertisement.