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PATHE'S
WEEKLY
"Efection Day in
California"
"The Sweil of the
Beach"
"Bill Wilson's Gal"
2:30,
f.
AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS
HIPPODROME
THEATRE
LAST NIGHT TO SEE PRESENT BILL
ALL FEATURE ACTS
TOLLEY CAR TRIO
'FUN IN A STREET CAB.'' SEE THE HUMAN APE
—A LAUGH FROM START TO FINISH.
"KARL"
WIZARD OF ONE STRING
Popular and standard musical numbers executed with great ability
on Ms Instrument—resembling a cigar box, consisting of one single
string.
HARRY M. MORSE & CO.
COMEDY-PLAYLET.
"UNCLE ScTH and THE HOODOO"
Mr. Moras, Formerly With Cohan & Harris and Dockstader Min
strels. Rube characters—Songs—Dances—A sure Mt Sketch.
XYLOPHONE SOLO, C. K. SLADE
2 shows 7:30, 9:00 sharp. Dont miss this feature bill tonight only
2,000 feet motion picture features. Change of program Tomorrow
7:15, 8:15. 9:15
Aduits 10c Children Be
Any Seat in Gallery 5 2
GRAND
OPERA
HOUSE
Monday, Oct. 21
OP FUN
OFFICER]
Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50. Box
seats $2.00.
Seat Sale Friday, 10 a. m. Mail
orders will have immediate attention.
The Russian
BALALAIKA
ORCHESTRA
.. __ At the ,,
'r*' First Christian Church
It*
Wednesday, Oct 16
A Royal Russian Novelty Orchestra.
Something entirely new musically.
Never befors in this city.
Course tickets—Four numbers, $1.50
6ingle tickets—One number, $ .50
Tickets on 3ale at Y. W. C. A., Y. M.
C. A. and P. Bear's, 1116 Main St.
They Are Coming
WHO?
7—Aviator Gir^s—7
With CARLYLE LOWE
At HIPPODROME
Starting Tomorrow, Oct. 17
YOU
Are Go:ng to Build
A HOME
HOTEL
FACTORY
GARAGE
"USE FIREPROOF MATERIAL#
The Hamilton Clay Mnl'g Co.
Of Hamilton, ill.
Extra!
Only
At the
COLONIAL
The Wonderful Western
Production
"Peril of the
Plains"
In 3 R:els
Startling!
Sensational!
2000 People In the Pictures.
Indiana, Frontiersmen, V. S.
Troops, tc.
3 Shows at 7, 8, 9
Scott &
'rtosr
JUCCtSSfUl
r&ncs or tv
O'Reilly
Prescription^
Mi
fe
Druggists
^t^FURE
-i, DRUGS
v?
c-
•00 MAIN ST.
tr
•SW.
James
McNamara's
Sons
PMIiw fn
Building Material
and Sewer Pipe
Atlas Portland
Cement
Louisville and Utica Ce
ment, Lime, Hair, Stucco,
Mortar Colors.
Acme Cement
Plaster
Sewer Pipe, Drain Tile,
Gutter Pipe, Fire Bride,
Fire Clay, Flue Lining,
Chimney Pipe, Etc.
422-428 Johnson St.
Keokuk, Iowa
Fresh Dry Batteries
Electric Wiring
of
all
Kinds
Gas Burners and
Mantles
King Plumbing Co.
—Read The Dally Gate City for
sporting newp,
$56.50
uncan-Schell Furniture Co.
16-INCH
FIRE
BOWL
A Discovery Worth While---
Eyeglasses and spectacles to
suit every eye and fit every
nose—glasses that improve
your appearance and impart dig
nity.
Glasses that strengthen Bight
and tone up weak nerves. Fre
quently right glasses at the
right time obviate serious eye
troubles. J&"
RENAUD
Registered Optometrist
IfltlT-IffllZ PBlM
iBiruinil yoa win
Too gndmte from tba
KEOKUK
BUSINESS
COLLEGE
Cam in Shortfcaad,
Typewriting. Book
keeping. Actual Baxi
•M Practice.
Potttti.TV
Searcol al SaauBcr sod
Winter. Njfbt and d»r mm, Yoa caa enter
nqrtiBC. Piff^nt.trrnnnrt
HWIIUHIII Wijllin
desmhrooaaniacatfrc*. A. A. LANG. Prim.
Ib2&
Besom ft&gs,
Ssm&asdlHUSL
J. M. WRIGHT
Carries a large stock «f tar
blanks and other material fair
key fitting tad era«nl repair
work.
71»/a Main
H10HE8T PRICE8 PAID FOH
Second Hand Furniture
GIBSON BROS.
Bell phene 1310-R. 9
TYPEWRITERS
for mu rem man
juk kw sq &
WrtU ft* largt bafgaU
\v.
THE DAILY GATE CITY
Garland
Base
Burner
Consider This
At the present
price of soft and
hard coal it costs
you less to heat
with a GARLAND
Base Burner than
with a soft coal
heater.
$5 down
$1 a week
Pays for a
Our rerndell coffee treated by Bver*s process of vacuum treatment
ia positively a Drugless process, mechanically purified and cleansed.
Try a pound next time, 50c per lb.
It ii without a competitor. It has no equ&L
IMMEGART
SEtrLS
70ft m'aln. Both Phones
"JTT
Merck's Dekofa
A genuine coffee from
which the stimulate
drug caffeine has been
largely removed.
Particularly adapted
for those to whom ordin
ary coffee is forbidden.
1-POUND TINS
McGrath Bros-
Drug Co.
Corner Fifth and Main.
CITY NEWS.
—Dr. Mae Reynard has opened a
dental office in the Y. M. C. A. build
ing, rooms 4 and 5.—Advertisement.
—Starting tomorrow matinee the
Seven Aviator Girls appear at Hippo
drome.—Adv.
—The Water Power Co. has taken
possession of the building on thej'appiy jn Keokuk.
levee formerly occupied by the Deck
er Co. and will install a machine shop
in It.
—Bushnell horse show October 17
18.—Advertisement.
—The burial services for Sara Con
klin Gramra were held at the cemetery
this afternoon in the presence of rel
atives and friends.
—Wilbat, the ladies tailor, drafts,
fits and makes all kinds of ladles
outer gafhients. 1105 Main street.-^
Advertisement.
—A man was heard to remark yes
terday, "I don't know who it is but
someone is deserving of credit for
seeing that the circus banners have
been taken down from the street rail
way cross wires and not allowed
hang until they became rotten and
dropped off."
—Regular meeting of Hermann
Lodge No. 116. 1. O. O. V. tonight, 8
o'clock. Visiting brothers cordially in
vited.—Advertisement.
—Master Mechanic Lowe, of the
"Burlington" round house, used The
Gate City recently offering positions
!to men on the railroad. He said the
results were excellent. In fact Mr.
Lowe said that he had always receiv
ed splendid results from his advertise
ments placed in this paper,
—Locai No. 420 1. B. E. W. meets
first Tuesday and third Wednesday at
o'clock at Trades and Labor Assem
bly hall, Tenth and Johnson Sts. Vis
iting brothers cordially invited. E. H.
Shitting. P. S.
—Regular meeting of Keokuk Aerto,
Ho. 9S2, O. E. tonight at Eagles
HaH, 628 Main at 8 o'clock. Visit
?g brothers always welcome. Chas.
A- Koakes, sectary.—Advertisement.
SIM WORK
Necessary to Secure Stenographer to
Expedite Work—Divorce Suit
Filed This Morn-
Ing. •,
INHUMAN TREATMENT
Asks That Maiden Name be Restored
and Says Husband Threatened to 1
Kill Her at
Times.
The grand Jury Is still probing a
great number of caseB that have been
presented to it. There are BO many
indictments to consider and it is
BO
near the end of the term that it has
been found necessary to secure a
shorthand reporter to take the evi
dence presented.
It is the custom of the local court
to adjourn ten days before the open
ing of another term but it hardly
seems possible that such will be the
case this fall. The next term in the
district court opens Nov. 7th with
Judge Bank presiding.
It is expected that the grand Jury
will not finish its work for a wees or
more as there are several criminal mat
ters to be disposed of this term.
Judge Hamilton is not disposed to ad
journ court until all criminal work is
finished and if two or three of the
cases require the introduction of
much evidence adjournment will not
be for two or three weeks yet.
r.
Divorce Suit Filed.
A divorce suit was filed this morn
ing 6y Eva Aubrey asking legal sep
aration from her husband, Samuel
Aubrey. They were married in 1906
and have been separated since April,
1911. Mrs. Aubrey asks that her
maiden name, Eva French, be re
stored.
In her complaint she alleges cruel
and inhuman treatment which in
creased in severity until it became
unbearable and resulted in their sep
aration. She claims that her husband
frequently struck and beat her, ac
cused her of bad associations and at
one time cut a gash several inches tn
length in her right arm. He also
threatened to kill her and this treat
ment m$de her nervous and weak.
CITY NEWS.
—Bicvele tubes anff casings vulcan
i7ed. Tri-State Auto Garage.—Adver
tisement.
—Burlington Hawkeye: Dt. George
P. Neal, of Fort Madison, who 1B well
known in Burlington, is boosting aj
big celebration of the opening of the
big enterprise at jKeokuk. He pro
proses to have the towns of Keokuk,
Nauvoo and Fort Madison included,
If he would include Burlington in his
plans,' and have the celebration ar
ranged here there would be guarantee
of absolute success.
—Keokuk ramp M. W. A. No. 62S
will hold ita regular meeting tonight
at Woodman "ball. All members ire
requested to be present.—Advertise
ment.
—"No children" is the edict that
has gone out from many renters of
furnished rooms in this city. People
coming into the city every day with
families wanting to do light house
keeping are almost Invariably queried
as to the extent of their family. The
same reasons that are given in New
York for barring children from so
many apartment houses and flats,
—Starting tomorrow matinee the
Seven Aviator Girls appear at Hippo
drome.—Adv.
PERSONALS.
Judge William Logan left thiB morn
ing for Hutchinson, Kansas, where he
will remain for several days looking I
after business affairs and visiting his
old friend, Fred A. Forsha.
W. H. Hillls of Hannibal was a
Keokuk visitor today.
W. 0. Dorsey of Quincy was a vis
itor in Keokuk today.
W. C. Wood of Canton was In the
city today.
Burlingtoa Gazette: Miss Edna
to O'Harra of Keokuk spent Sunday with
friends in the city.
ALABAST1NE
50c
A Package
One package cov
ers an ordinary
room. walls,
wood work, pa
per, Iron or
anything.
Wilkinson & Co.
G. Arthur Kledalseh, Mgn
Keokuk's Biggest, Busiest and
Drug Store.
Best
Big Ready-to-Wear
Department is now ready
for the Fall Campaign.
Exclusive Tailored Suits, Coats and
Dresses for Women, Misses
and Children
The new models in all new
materials are ready. They come
in a large variety and in all the new
Colorings, showing the very latest
and most exquisite effects to be
worn this Autumn. An early call
is advisable. We will be glad to
welcome you, whether wishing to
purchase or not -.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16, *12
New Silks, New Dress Goods
Beautiful line of Dress Trimmings
Every Department now overflowing with
good things.
In shoes, of course. New fall styles have toes for comfort—for
style. A little broader—not quite so high. Here's good looks and
good feeling! You cannot help but admire the Fall fashions. And
the shoes are Just as good—every way—as they look.
BAUR-MULLARKY CO.
414 Main St. Keokuk, Iowa
BOLTZ BROS.
Have a big stock of Furniture, Stoves,
Rugs, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Trunks
and Suit Cases and their prices will save
you $ $ $.
New and second hand goods bought and
sold.
BOLTZ BROS., 910 Main Street
You are especially invited to hear
the political issues ably discussed at the
County Court House
Thursday Evening, Oct 17, 7:30
DR., CHAS. TALMAGE
jg HON. FRANK STUART
MR. JOE S. CRAIL
1 THE DAILY C^TE WAUT COLUMN.
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