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I W' I' TWELVE The Duplex Alcazar is a single range that does the work of two. With it you can cook in comfort every month of the year. Burns Coal !P»« TWO RANGES IN ONE XHEX 'mm The Housekeeper's Delight Same Oven is used fat both Coal and Gas Call and See 1 his Wonder fu Range—For Sale by Schell-Demple Furn. Co. 613-515 Main Street •tfoJI Kit We carry a large line of ail kinds of sport ing and athletic goods and invite your special attention to our ». BASE BALL SUITS Call ancl see our 3tock. Uniforrus: Boys 4 piece suits, sizes (5 to 12 Burns Coal and Gas separately or both at once. You can burn coal in the winter and keep the kitchen warm gas in the years $1.00 Youths 4 pie'ce suits, sizes 12 to 18 $1.50 Men's sui,ts complete, made of good mateiial an.l of good workmanship $3.50 Special prices to clubs. Managers of teams are invited to see our sample suits. 702 Main St. Irr .s~ Place Your Orders Now for Chestnut Hard Coal The price is at the bottom now and is sure to go higher Phone us your feed orders, a full line of corn, oats, hay, chick and scratch feed. Prompt deliveries. Wm. Schaefer Coal Co. Phone 883 1111 Main Carpenter* Will Fight. Slimmer and keep the kitchen cool. I H. Wolfe Burns Gas wages eight weeks ago. This was the Chicago will fight to a finish in the jtrlct council. building construction tie-up that has The situation tdnight was admitted hceoi ^n since they struck for higher ly serious. yj-.. A .... m'-r&fr Letter la Received Trom Treasury Department Saying That It Will B& Referred to Official '"W: Charge *•, '. DECISION ON MONDAY? Keokuk Stamp Users Are Hopefuli That Department Will See Fit to Continue Office Here The protest of, the Keokuk firms which are large users of revenue stamps, against the removal of the stamp office here will be definitely settled on June 28, according to let ters received here yesterday from the treasury department. The letter is signed by G. E. Fletcher, deputy com missioner of Internal revenues. Mr. Fletcher states that Deputy Comtnis- sioner Gates will have the final word in the. matter, and that Collector Louis a a in is he a or ana. for tives juiy 4. city. He is expected to be at his desk [United Press. Leased Wire Service.] on the morning of the 28th instant,! CHICAGO, June 26.—Miss, Lulu and his attention will be called to'the Long, Kansas City's dashing horse matter herein referred to. woman, won the, plaudits of society "Collector Murphy will "be duly ad- folk at tKe Ideal horse show by her vised of the final decision reached by gameness and second prize,in event, the office in the premises." Miss Long was driving Illustrator in The local firms are Hopeful that the tb,-» gig class. In rounding a curve local protest will have weight with }the gig tilted, throwing her. She held Deputy Gates and that he will coun-' to the reins, brought the horse to .a termand the order previously gjveh. If stop though dragged several yards he dees not do so, the office will be and continued the race^ winning a red closed, here Wednesday night. ribbon. f~ A The Warsaw Gate City E A I A E I JEALOUSY CAUSED I t" DOUBLE TRAGEDY Burlington M«n Killed Himself At »fa ter Putting Bullet in Wopnan'a Breast [United Press Leased Wire Servicel BURLINGTON, Iowa, June 26.— Herman H. Schniotger, 50, Is dead by his own hand and Mrs. Ida Siim mere, 46, proprietor of a rooming house is fighting for l|fe in a hospi tal, shot through the breast, and the double crime is charged to jealousy. Mrs.. Summers is separated from her husband and has one boy. She man aged the rooming house and Schnict ger is a roomer who paid her con siderable attention. There are re ports that other men were attentive and this caused jealously., No one knows just how the shooting occur red, but Mrs. Summers says Schnict ger fired a bullet from his revolver into her breast, then turned the wea pon on himself. Inflicting a wound that caused his death at 6:30 tonight. He was a watchman for the Buurllng ton road and had formerly been a policeman and Is well known. He was an Odd Fellow and a Red Maf Ri-Sentenced to Gallows. ftTnited press Leased Wire Service 1 LOS ANGELES, Calif., June 26.— Charles O'Nato- arrived here from San Quentin today to be re-sentence'J to death for the murder of Wm. Alexander, an aged millionaire of Warsaw, 111., June 27, 1915. Misses Mary and Tillle Hammelof Friday afternoon with a large string St. Louis aro visiting scenes of his bpyhood. His friends,. tbo windows. The photo is-of good will woubtless be glad to learn of, his I size, suitable for framing.' prosperity. Very' warm yesterday, in tjie 80's. The city council has granted the term as chaplain »f the Illinois G. as principal of the Lutheran parochial mother Mrs. Frank LeBron, Sr., and school—an honorable efRcient and from there she will return to her BaF^ball Sunday at fair groi 2:30 p. m. Warsaw Improvement. John S. Moore of Keokuk was Warsaw business visitor Saturday. There will be a few peaches raised In Warsaw this season, though this ls not a peach year. On Monday. June 21, the order of 1 Hant_®"d iDaidv Ayers. Mrs Pr.,mAlfen inches and June's Texas. He must be re-sen- Dallas, ». .4. tt»la fenced as the date originally set for Fletcher states that Deputy Comtnis-| hj8 execution passed while the case a Qn, aPDea] Glenn wltt bis pal, Murphy will be advised fully. re-sentenced to the gallaws. The letter from the commissioner follows: "Replying to telegram of the 23rd instant, signed by your company and other business firms, .protesting against the discontinuance of the stamp deputy collector's office at Keo- =i.ui, •», -—e kuk, Iowa you are advised that final!this afternoon won the first auto race action in this case will not be taken hero this season. His time was 91 until -the return of Deputy Commjs-1 minutes 30 seconds. sioner Gates, who has these matters i in charge, and who is now otit of the I and the .*lr. and Mrs.' rjiitg uausneriy 01 right man wherever he is placed. Kirksville, Mo., _came over to attend ouriing laced. Kirksville, Mo., came over to attend grounds, the funeral of Mr. Daugherty broth- ilton whose record has been almost freight train at Columbus Junction, The city council at its special see- Boys are in the habit of throwing sion last Moniiay evening, appointed stones in the urn at the drinking foun- Mayor Marsh. Street Superintendent tain, and also into the horse fountain the kingdom of Gi ID H. Kraushaar and City Engineer on Lafayette street. They njust stop Among the institutes I -1*- /llrfi' aw ortflA/V a he will also Eddie Hearn Wins. 1 [United Press Leased Wire Service.] ST. PAUL Minn.. June 26.—Smash ing around a 100 mile course without a stop, Eddie Hearn, driving a Case, Daring- Home-Wo man. i- their cousin! of fish that almost dragged on the Miss Flora Hammel. ground. James T. Hopkins, a Lima bojr 'of Otis Goodenough, the photo artist, years ago, is one of the heaviest tea )a8t Sunday took an excellent photo importers in the United States. He of one of the large trolley cars loaded also imports Chinese and Japanese I with passengers, Wiarsaw bound. It' goods and curios, visiting China, P5jr-1 was at Crystal Glen the light and mosa and Japan every year In the In-1 background of trees was just right terest of his business. He is located and on® could recognize the features in St. Joseph, Md. He still hag. ai 0f 1 every passenger on the river side! he a as he a a a re a The strawberry crop did not hold Farmers busy until middle of after-, out long, and the raspberry crop wiU noon and then they came in, In their autos. be no better. Mrs Wm Oippol and two children There is a radish on exhibition in arrived Tuesday from Angola, Jxuisi- a Main street store -window that meas- an indefinite visit with rela-! ures 17% inches in circumference I and 10 inches in length. Its growth Mayor R. O. Marsh has appointed began with over half a dozen radishes J. S. Prosser city engineer. which gradually merged into one.. The Hyde S. Rogers of Denver, a former top* Was over two fi3et high and the Warsaw boy and a newspaper man of base of the stalk as thick as your extensive experience, has a live, yiumb. It weighs about two pounds article Warsaw and her needs, in the and was raised by Jacob Schriebe*. Bulletin of Friday. His suggestions! Rev.vlsaiah Villars, pastor of War-: are always good as he always has the saw M. E. church from 1875 to 1877, welfare of our city at he&rt. It would died at his home in New Lennox, I1U be a blessing could we have him with on tb* 16th inst. He was well known us as of yore throughout the state and served one for'Sunday religious, services during! 'Unary draying purposes. Tt is a light The committee which presented the the months of July and August. The machine but does its work well. constitution to the church meeting first service will be held on Sunday,! Miss Elizabeth Unser of Chicago is at the Little Brick for the follow- Eastern Star was entertained bj p4Rn^n?pi Terriil R^v H' 'than ••",u who has been visiting the family of xagei( Johannes Schater and Geo. Mr. Bowen of Hamilton was a busi- her uncle J. W. Kirkatprick, for th® Bellershelm, Rev. C. Wltte being the ness visitor here Thursday. past week, has gone to Bluff Park, Prof. Wm. Erdmann has Just closed Montrose, where she will visit for a j8ters who served the congregation his twenty-seventh consecutive year short time at the cottage of her grand- ^vere Rev faithful record. He is also organist home in Chicago. er of the present president of the and choirmaster of the church and the Mr. and Mrs.' Ellis Daugherty or cake were served at -lose of meeting. I of Peter Ernst Friday. Horses pulled more than can be saW o^some^ ot er May's rainfall at Warsaw was 6.73 the binder, but the wheat was cut **nd 7,91 inches. It was bound with power from a gasoline 1UUIIOC. II "OB «WU"U pv V* wet down here sure, and we would motor carried on the machine, thus hav. been glad to have helped out. saving great draft on the horses this some dry towns. 1 muddy weather. H. H. Schildman of Filer, Idaho The Gate City traveling repnesenta has been visiting his parents Mr. and tive reports the growing popularity Mrs. Henrv Schildman of Rocky Run. 1 Of the great Iowa this week." He came as far east as. the 7.000 mark. Omaha with three carloads of lambs.! A double jubilee will be celebrated and took the occasion to visit his old by St. John's Evangelical church in a h0lne. few months, the fiftieth anniversary Mrs Ella Conyers Matthews of of the congregation in connection Colorado Springs, Colo., Is here visit- with the seventy-fifth anniversary of Ing her mother Mrs Mary Conyers. 1 the Evangelical synod of North Ajner- A small boy went up Main street! ica, The constitution of St. John's St .. -.«v ?agtor at erahje Syjj0(ji will tackle Ham- er Aquilla who was run over by a ^hlle the Y. P. S. was founded in and 1 s. Prosser, the new board of local it or be fined. Nothing "'Jty or soiiea the members of the Ladies' Aid and sence, during which he should be washed under the spout Of ... foiintaln. the «nd,8ynod Auwe Ma®J nost u. tail jj- daily v'- •. wmr V' ?. as-ism *p The 1916 Series Twelve Cole 8 is a oerfect «vm phony of the most improved motor car features which include— Wider Body mmmmmm New Lustre Finish ImDroved Carburetor and Manifold SoecTal Motor Refinements 1M4-" Sflt. Phone 1080 House Paint For Next Week $1.20 PER GALLON A.. petition of Revs. George Long, A. E. R., and several years as chaplain of church was adopted on Jan. 2, 1865,1 Cote H. F. KrughofT and J. M. Thomp-1 the Joliet penitentiary. while the church building was dedK son asking the use of Ralston park, Warsaw has one auto track for or- cate(j in the fall of the same year, wa"g competed of Messrs. Conrad, that time. Among the mln-t f. Baltzer son of the ven- ]ate president of .the Evangeli- caj Byno(ji Rev. A. Baltzer, and broth- yno(j Rev. John Baltzer of St. Louis. Rev. John Baltzer of St. Louis. ng S the service of Rev. F. Baltzer Ur t— :kle Ham- er AximMa while the Y. P. S. was founded_in and country went— Golden Rod afield. Just drop into any county seat -. -. -. 1 in and country went— Golden Rod afield. Just drop into any county seat 1906 under the present pastor.. For floating theatre at the levee, and the In Iowa and price the plants. In soma unbeatable this season. Iowa. longer than a generation the ladies recnlar moving nicture nrozram at nrnminant inotomoa von mieht take aI(J ha8 done a church '1916 Series Twelve A 1 A _. as w.ill as for the promotion Is th#» of the kingdom of God In general. Wednesday night' from thj» Panama [mVirtfld hv Avnn«44l/in 4f4av oavafo 1 Vaa t*a a K. Illinois in 3 p. m„ (a50. congregation as well as for the have alreacJy and been 8yn0d bave already d«8^b*e now nearing iiiB ixieujuBis ui iue uiuibb «iq iwu sence, auring wiiicn ne nas in Y. P. S.. Is the Illinois Orphans' home extensively, he. will remain all sum- vmu .minui »oV. Ornhans' hnme ... The W R. C. will noia memorai dren, which burned down a short time electric installation at the exposition. American lap President McKinley ted services Sunday. June 27, at recelved- can handle, just send the thur M. Bartlett Charles Ewing and, G. A. deliver the address surplus 4°wn here, or, be brotherly the state golr championship, having ing but a coaling statton In the Is Mrs. John Schmidt the g^est of honor and neighborly at least and speak a 1 snccessfully defended his title against lands. We had no business in that being Mrs. E. M. of St ^arya The public is ^vlted. word for .Warsaw. Our factory James W. Hufcbell Mo. Six other out of town guests, A novelty the operation or which Is Results:— less now. We have all we can attend No bette™ sitl for "S No„ pw Pitt. Pittsburgh" or "new Pittsburgh" could be desired than the tract of land along the T.. P. & W., between Hamilton and Warsaw. A factory employing 500 men, located between Wa'rsaw and Hamilton would in a few yeacs unite the two cities a wedding that woujd be celebrated with great Moines, rejoicing. Warsaw has an industrial second., commission that will be glad at any time to favorably entertafh any good factory proposition. No lack of amusements yesterday. TV-.'.. 'u* The Ourjfcm W«W For mm .. UUerel:mmmA Come and see them and have a demonstration, ty Every single motor car luxury tnatj your heart could desire is, foui|^ in the 1916 Gole Eight. -CLASS—Cole Eight lives tip to the Cole reputation for beautiful lines. The epi is low,sumptuous, dignified. POWER—-Cole Eight's motor actually develop® seven- horsepower—the car weighs less than 3,500 pounds ready for the road." •, 'S: FLEXIBILITY—Cole Eight's speed range is from a mile an hour to sixty miles an hour, in high gear. Gear^ shifting is, practically done away with^ -v OOMFOB®—Cole Eight does not let a ljum'p or a of a jerk get through its direct'spring drive to its passen-' gers. Besides, the upholstering fairly pillows you. PRIDE—It's a satisfaction to let people know that .' you drive a Cole. Thousands of Cole owers in e^'eiy ooun-* try on the globe could not be persuaded!, to drive anything^ else. CERTAINTY—A big, successful company, built strict »ly oil the sheer merit of its product, concentrates in giv ing Cole owners the latest approved luxuries in motor qpj* construction at all times. VALUE—-Cole Eight, with a wheel-base of 126 inches divided front seats ,and full seven passenger," comfort, sells for $1,785, f. o. b. factory.. /. COLE MOTOR CAR COMPANY, INDIANAPOLIS,* U. Sr«A. Builders* of the StAndarized Car IB I .^V GARAGE^ Ik s- These are Soecials Watch Our Ad for Specials All Kinds of Building Materials at Better Prices F. W. SWAN LUMBER COMPANY EASY,TO SMOKE AND WORTH SMOKING. S-* Two Sizes, S for 25c and 10c atralght. WARD'S OIGAR STORE. 525 MAIN the service of Rev. F. Baltzer Madison on the steamer G. W. Hill at example of the prosperity of the coun he ladles' aid was founded (1884), 2:15 p. m.—many people from town try* publisher. No need to go so. far the ladles regular moving picture program at prominent Instances you might take reamland. $25,000 along and have to bring it kiuiuuuvu Thomas Osborne arrived home away with you. i« tcucini, vv«uut3Bua ui^jik iiuiu iuf» rauamB Among the institutes supported by exposition. After Be'veral years ab- haB traveled Hoyleton, 111., with over 100 chil- mer. He has been working on the the Philippine islands fell into the A number of jubilee gifts for .asked Secretary Wilson, as a farmer. Bartlett Win* Keokuk, ir you get more factories CEDAR RAPIDS, la., June 26.—Ar- that is where "Tama. Jim" gave bad of of 2 g. M. Ft J-- IS-* paper which •oM above Aaain.' 'how much of th« land we ought to ______ [United Pres. Leased Wire Service.] keep. Mr. Wilson replied, -All." But been'received. I [Unltej P^es.'lVased Wl^e "service.] keep. Mr. Wilson replied, "All." But Ottumwa, retains advice. We ought to have kept noth- Des Moines. Part of the world then and we have President's Bight: E. Boardman, to' on this side of the Atlantic, and Marshalltown, defeated R. N. Mc- Pacific and we do not always attend Manus, Ottumwa, 8 and 6. to that all properly. .We have about Director's flight: A. F. Peddie, as much business trying, to govern Cedar Rapids, defeated Newman portions of the. orient as Japan would Dorr, Des Moines^ 4 and 2. have In trying to govern Cuba or that Championship: A. M. Bartlett, Ot- part of Mexico which goes by the tumwa, defeated J. W. Habbell, Des name Bf Lower California. But near Moines, and 1, ly twenty years ago we looked at Veterans: Woa fcy E. E. Door, Des such matters differently,, and we al- Shockley, Oskaloosa, lowed the same greed to demlnate us that has -dominated other nation^ al foreign ownership and the gov j_though w,_ Our Prosperous ProfeaaionA' if- ^UNE 27, lplS :. & '4 fevSSSjMr: Third and Blondeau' Barn Paint 75c PER GALLON RIGA r— Unci* Sam and the Philippines. Cedar -Rapids Republican: When *3 ternment of alien races is necessarily Marioti Register: The De« Moines out of harmony with the principle# .of No lack of amusements yesterday. Capital points to a, Kansas county our government, namely the principles Knights of Pythias excursion to $10,000 as an that evetjr people should govern iuclf.