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Just Received Today
200 Pairs New Phoenix Hosiery
10 Pairs New Gloves
New Silk Waists (all colors)
M$3.00 Values at
Mondeau street, at 2 o'clock this aft
ernoon. Burial was made in Hickory
.Grove cemetery. The services were
Conducted by Rev. W. M. Baker, pas
j.tor of the First Christian church of
which the decedent was an attendant.
The body bearers were six grammar
The funeral of Nels Harry Llnd
Jhrum was held from the home 1228
.Exchange street, at 2:30 o'clock this
comiucted by Rev. Father George
Wglinger of St. Mary's Catholic
tchurch and Rev. C. H. Lind of the
.Swedish Ms E. church.
Joslah R. Wilson.'
The funeral services for the late
Joslah R. Wilson were held this aft-
ew Waists, $2.00 Values at
This Will Supply Friday's Rush
How Does a Xmas Dollar
I '''*5 "Day Strike You?
Think^of It! Friday Dollar Day!
Any two 75c Novelties
Two 75c to 98o' Dolls
Ten 15c to 25c Novelties
$2 to $3 Silk Petticoats
$1.50. $2.50 leather hand-
*«. 7jfcirn'_ *.***•
Two 75c lingerie scarfs
$2 worth of Toilet articles
Two ($1 values) Bunga*
•.» low seta
Two ($1 value) Waists
at 2:30 o'clock at the family
residence, 816 Timea street. The
Jervjces were conducted by Rev. H.
McElree, pastor of the United
Presbyterian church. The burial will
Hot be made until tomorrow morning
®J"Ing to the ndn-arrival of Mrs. Har
"6t W. Boyce. of Carmen. Oklahoma.
daughter of the decedent.. She
®lssed railroad connections at St.
.Business Was Good.
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ANSAS CITY, MO.,
Holiday, sales have surpassed all pre
wbus records, merchants said today.
While the big stores anticipated the
and had large stocks on hand,
*®ie of the, smaller ones ran short
burned up the wires trying to
Quite a Christmas Gift.*'
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•AUGUSTA, Kan.. Dec, 23.—It's a
grry Christmas for Ed Varner, last
a poor fanner.
'An qfl gusher, brought In this week
1 1 0
Two W. B. Corsets
Two ($1 value) House
$3.00 Blue Hare Scarfs
$4.00 Blue Bare Muffs
$1.50 suit case umbrellas
$2.00 hair switches
4 pair Burlington hosiery
6 20c dainty handkerch'fs
3 children's outing flan
3 (50c) novelty gifts
Last But Not Lea si $1.00 Buys Dainty
New 191ft Model Mus'in Underwear
$1.25 corset covers $1.00
$1:25 muslin underskirts
Bessie L. Hottreli.
.. The funeral of Be?sfe L. Howell,
the fifteen year old daughter of Mr.
jnd Mrs. •William M. Howell, was
[iteld from the family residence, 1515
$1.25 gownS at,J/?: .$1.00
Two 59c corset covers
for .. .V::.......
BE MILD DAY
Weather Bureau Says There Might
be a Light Pall of Snow on
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^THTKSDAt, DEO. 23, 1915 feffc .•*•-, THE DAILY GAtfE CITT
WASHINGTON, Dec. 23.—It's going
to be a sunshiny Christmas with mild
temperatures. There's no use getting
the sleigh bells down from the barn
loft and Willie's new sled will prob
ably be unused for some days. There
may be a light fall of snow over the
great lakes region, according to the
weather bureau today. There will
be no storms or even areas of un
usually cold weather elsewhere.
Editor Junkin Dead.
tftfLiiu ,. XVI- UIIJVill) lvli ivi cuiwvi VA
Mternoon and burial was made in the
tatholic cemetery. The services were
He is survived by his wife, two
brothers and three sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Keater
and daughters Mary and Harriet, of
Watertown, South Dakota, arrived
this morning to spend the holidays
in the city.
Mrs. Hannah Bush and son of Peo
ria, are the guests of relatives during
Henry Auwerda, of Omaha, is in
the city for an over Christmas visit
with relatives and friends.
Clifton F. Floyd of Chicago is here
to spend the holidays with his grand
tether. Jos. C. Thompson.
Leslie Vaughan is home from South
Dakota, .to spend the holidays with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. G.
it to about $200 a day or about land and Chicago
Good Fellows Have One More Day in
Which to Give and to Help
Make Other People
MORE MONEY IS NEEDED
At Many Baskets as Can be Filled
Are Being Prepared New—First'
Load Went Out
Whtle the response for the appeal
for contributions to the^ •community
Christmas fund has been more gener
ous today than at any other time this
week, there is still considerable mon
ey needed to make certain that all of
the empty stockings in Keokuk will
be filled. The empty stocking prob
lem is one which everyone In Keokuk
is interested in, and which everyone
could help relieve by donations, no
matter how small.
At the community Christmas head
quarters in the Industrial association
offices today, there was plenty of bus
tle and activity as the baskets wern
being filled and made ready for de
livery. As far as the money lasts,
baskets of food and toys for the chil
dren will be packed and distributed.
The city is divided Into districts,
and the distribution of baskets will be
made in a systematic way. If there
are any teamsters or owners of autos
or delivery, men who wish to donato
their time to the project, they can
help by offering to deRVer baskets to
the homes to which they are to go.
The List of Contributors.
The list of contributions which was
made since the report was given yes
terday, is as follows:
Card club $2.50
Pythian Sisters $1.50
Miss Gage '. $1.00
Three bachelors $3.00
B. B. Hobbs $2.00
Thos. Reddy $1.00
W. C. Howell $1.00
Ptranger in Keokuk $5.00
C&btain Taber $5.00
J. M. HuisTcamp $5.00
George Rlx $5.00
fChas. Bode $2.00
H. B. Blood $1-00
W. G. Blood ..$1.00
W. G. Jungst ...
Mrs. M. F. Baker
Ledger, and a prominent
Junkin, for forty years editor of
of this city, was stricken
with apoplexy shortly before noon
Wednesday, dying three hours later.
He suffered the stroke while at work
in the Ledger office, and died after
being taken to his home.
The death of Mr. Junkin marks the
passing of one of the oldest and most
respected citizens of Jefferson county.
$ 1 0 0
.T. P. Ingle
Mrs. Lona Miller ..
Miss Sarah J- Bprk
Mrs. W. R. Haines
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WASHINGTON, Dec. 23.—President
and Mrs. Wilson may gather about
them their immediate relatives for an
old-fashioned Christmas junket at
Hot Springs, Va., on Christmas day.
It was learned today that members of
the two families are planning a trip
to the mountain resort, leaving Wash
ington Christmas eve. Those men
tioned as being in the prospective
party are Mrs. W. H. Boiling and
Miss Bertha Boiling, mother and sis
ter of Mrs. Wilson Miss Gordon^Jier
i. wnson, wis» ispecific charge is
Cary T. tlrayson /white «ttemuti
physician, to whom Miss Goi-
engaged and possibly
Sam Hallett is Dead.
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DALLAS, Texas, Dec. 23.—Samuel
F. Hallett, 84, the oldest tenor on
the stage, died here today of pneu
monia. He was taken sick while fill
ing an engagement at a local vaude-
length for skirts.
Hallett whose stage name -was_ Sam
during the civil war and
Holdsworth, was a member of the
marched in the recent veterans pa
rade before President Wilson in
Washington. He was a charter mem
ber of Elks lodge No. 1, New York
City. He leaves a son, James »F. Hal
lett, of San Jose, Calif.
More Pep for Grandma.
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CHICAGO', Dec. 23.—More pep for
He was sixty years old and was born (grandma's togs In styles next spring,
and had spent his entire life in Fair-j the Chicago garment manufacturers
field His father before Mm was edi-1 association announced today. Youth
tor of the Ledger, and he, as well as Iful lines are absolutely neccessarv
his father, was prominent in stete re
—Palm corn. Laubersheimer.
—Burke Bros.' ice cream for- Xmas.
—Keokuk National bank Christmas
—A widows' pension has been
granted to Mrs. Grace Hinson in the
—Palm catsup. Laubersheimer.
—Candies all fresh. Oaft Hall Candy
-—Give us your prders early for
candy canes, all sizes, at The Rose.
t—The Melrose M. E. Sunday school
will give their Christmas program
Saturday night. There will be a
preaching service on Sunday.
—Palm tiny beets. Laubersheimer.
—Candy canes, candy beads, ffesh
nut brittles. Oak Hf.ll Candy Store.
—Turkey, Christmas dinner, Mis
sion Inn. 25c. Leo Bland, chef.
—Palm lobster and shrimp. Lauber
Clara B. Justice, 23 ^eorge
Brandt, 31, and Ramona A. French.
18, both of Quincy.
—Hamili's Steel Cut coffee. Lauber
—Your Christmas dinner will be
complete if you order ice cream of
—W. E. Kellerman, 229 South Sev
enth street, who was operated upon
at a local hospital recently, was re
moved to his home yesterday and is
reported to be on his way to recovery.
—Palm asparagus. Laubersheimer
—The finest fresh chocolates pack
ed as you want them at Oak Hall
—George G. Brandt and Raymona
A. French, a couple from Quincy were
married -this morning by James S.
Burrows, justice of the peace.
—Palm stringless beans. Lauber
—Place your ice cream order early
for Christmas, and place it with us.
Burke Bros., 618 Main.. Phone 248
BIG PROPERTY OWNER
for older women, they said. For the
young ones, skirts will be some four _____
or five inches shorter and glances hours deliberation.
considerably longer. Twelve inches Hopkins' bootlegging joint was
from the ground ls the ultra proper being ralde'd by the police, when
Suaplcivned of Ring Theft.
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DES MOINES, Iowa, Dec. 23.—I-o
•cal police were told to hold Mrs. Edna
middleson for officers from Kenosha,
Wis., who think they recognize her
picture as one fff the gang of robbers
who got away with forty-eignt dia
mond rings there some time ago.
Mrs. Huddleson has been held here
for vagTancy since the escape of her
husband, wanted for robbery.
Villa's Brother Arrested.
VISITS MARSHALL CO.
DRUG ACT CHARGED
Frank Kern was arrested at Bur
lington today by Deputy U. S. Mar
shal D. C. Crowley. He was charged
with violation of the drug act. The
that Kern was
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
NEW YORK, Dec. 23.—Mrs. Irene
tirotfv wifn of Justus ^hef-
field, prominent lawyer, wanted a thy kelsey of Farmington was brides
man with wavy black hair that she maid.
divorce. And Sheffield hasn't black
hair at all. "My husband hasn't much
hair at all," said Mrs. Sheffield. His
head looks like a chestnut burr.
Hopkins fired the fatal bullet.
[United Press .-eased Wire Service.] tain Iowa congressman who can't see
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, Dec. 23.
Hipolito Villa, brother of the deposed
Mexican rebel leader, is under arrest
here, charged with swindling. He
was taken from a Southern Pacific
train last night on Instructions from
S3 Paso police.
Safe Blowers Got $1,000.
CHICAGO, Dec. 23—Safe blowers
got a good start on the new chief iI
'tvhile at work in the manual Gray on the other. The programs were
training department of the high
For Society Editor
-A CHRISTMAS PRAYER.
O Ho«y Father, who on. the first
Christmas day, didst give Thy only
.begotten Son to take our nature upon
-Him, and to be born of a pure virgin,
grant that as Thou makest us glad
with the yearly remembrance of that
event, we may receive Him for whom I
the inn had no place. Grant that He
may be born anew in our hearts, so
that, possessing His spirit, we may not
fear to call Thee Father, and love all
men as He taught us to do. May the
light which He brought shine more
and more upon all nations may the
of all men
so that, having received the adoption
of sons, we may grow In grace and in
th© knowledge and the likeness of
Thy only Son. Jesus Christ, in whoso
name we offer up this, our prayer.
—John C. Sage.
Delightful Dancing Party.
A very delightful dancing party was
given last night in the ball room of
Masonic temple by Miss Helen
Palmer Gray, and Miss Ixuise Sterne,
and Messrs. Madison Sterne and
Thomas Gray, at which a hundred and
fifty young people were entertained.
The mothers of the hosts and host
esses, Mrs. Thomas P. Gray and Mrs.
Louis Sterne, received With them.
Agne's orchestra played the dance
program of fourteen numbers. The
grand march was led by Madlsou
Sterne and Miss I^ouise Sterne on one
side and by Thomas 'Gray and Miss
school today, Lidus Buss of 903 Mor- :and Daisy Renaud.
gan street, accidentally cut himself Ices, cake and punch were served
in the left arm with a chisel. Two 'during the evening in the banquet
stitches were taken in the arm by
Dr. Dorsey after the young man was
removed to his home. The injury
is not serious.
—Palm pineapple. Laubersheimer.
—Keokuk National bank Christmtji
—Remember Burke Bros, for your
ice cream order for Christmas. Phone
out by the Misses Esther Weyer
room. The tables had for center
pieces Japanese baskets with red
satin bows tied on the handles and
filled with holly. The party was de
lightful in all of Its appointments
and the young people enjoyed every
Iminute of It. Among the guests:
Misses Katherine Doerr, Frances
Erockman, Sarah Hamilton, Louise
Carrothers, Ruth Bowen, Houri Mur-
niTrwri-n phy of Ft. Madison, Miss Elizabeth
IPJ-Y GT Louis, MISS Rollins of
Kansas,Ctty, Miss Elaine Sweet of
San Diego, Mr. Earnest Malopert of
Mrs. Clara Jorldan lllff of Hamilton, Champaign 111., Messrs. Craig Shaf
III., Calls on An Oklahoma lfer- Robert Casey, Vincent Saunders,
Edward Doerr and Edward Murphy of
The following is from the Madill
Times, of Madill, Okla., and will be Were Married Yesterday
of interest locally, as the lady is well Yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock at
known in Keokuk: Ithe manse of the First Westminster
Mrs. Clara Jolidan Iliff, of Hamil-1 Presbyterian church occurred the
ton, 111., was in the Times office Tues-! marriage of Miss Sophia Meyers and
day* morning and brought the editor jDhn F. Hunke of Sutter. 111., the
a great big basket of the finest apples iRey b. Newcomb officiating. The
we have ever seen, for which we !y0Ung people were accompanied by
thank her heartily. They were raised
on her farm in Illinois. She has some,j„
of the-finest otcHrirds in Illinois to be
found' anywhere in 'the United States,
and if she lived in Madill she would
have the same thing here. She be
lieves in doing things, and if about
«a sister of the groom, and
Mrs' J-omae wuey"
Is Spending Holidays Here.
Mrs. Arthur Pratt Taber of Red
Wing, Minn., Is spending the holidays
half the men of Madill were as pro- Iwith her parents, the Rev. and Mrs.
gressive and wide-awake as this lady 'John C. Sage, at St. John's rectory.
we certainly would have some city. |Mr. Taber will arrive tomorrow for a
She will be here for about two weeks
looking after business interests. She
owns some fine land in Marshall and
ad joining counties and comes down
some two or three times each year
to look over and keep things in good
Go to St Louis for Holidays.
Col. H. B. Blood and Miss Blood
left today for St. Louis to spend
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Earnest
University Man Is Guest.
Dr. James L. Walton of the faculty
of the University of Wisconsin, ar-
Frank Kern Lodged In County Jail at rived today to spend a part of the holl
Keokuk, Charged With Sell- Iday vacation' with Edwin F. Elder,
Ing Heroin. '|No. 3 Park place, who is a student at
To Attend Dance at Keokuk.
Ft. Madison Democrat: Miss KUth
Schaper leaves tomorrow for Keokuk
selling or attempting to sell heroin. LOUise Hueston and tomorrow evening
He was brought to Keokuk and is in
the.Lee county jail here. He pleaded
not guilty and will have a hearing lat
er. He was arraigned before A. C.
will be the guest of Miss
will be a guest at a dancing party
given by Mrs. Summers.
Farmington Couple Weds.
A very pretty wedding occurred in
the parlors of the First Baptist church
when Miss Corinne Kelsey and Mr.
Will Randon were united in marriage.
Mrs. Janice Appleson of Keokuk was
the matron of honor and Miss Doro-
through. She The bride wore a dress of white
lived all her life in dreams of her satin overdraped with imported mar
ideal, she testified in refutation of quesette. The matron of honor wore
Sheffield's charges in his suit for a blue crepe de chine and the brides-
maid wore gray crepe de chine.
Upon the return to Farmington a
wedding supper was served by the
bride's mother to twenty-four guests.
The out of town guests were Mrs.
Sentenced for Life. Janice Appleson of Keokuk, Miss Mar
[Uniteli Press Leased Wire Service.] garet Sollars of Donnellson and Miss
GALESBURG, 111., Dec. 23.—Henry Esther Sherman of Keosauqua, Iowa,
alias "Lottie" Hopkins, colored, to- The bride and groom are both resl
day was handed a Christmas present' dents of Farmington and their many
In the form of a life sentence in the friends join in wishing them much
Joliet penitentiary for the murder of happiness in their married life.
Chief of Police T. Lynn Mathews on
the night of October 17 last. The
jury found him guilty after eighteen
READY TO TAKE
CARE OF ALL SCRAPS
Attorney General Cosson Didn't Look
for Trouble From Keokuk,
But Will be on Job.
of detectives, Nicholas Hunt, today.
They blew a vault in the H. Channon When shown
Manufacturing offices, just outside the Patch from Keokuk toda
loop, and escaped with approximately that the mulct law repeal •would be
$1000 in cash. [tested there. Attorney General Cos
'son said he had not been looking
ought* to cite that Unitarian minister |loon men want to stage
who recently declared there are no
miracles today to the action of a cer- Evidence Not sufficient.
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the need of a new federal building in
the largest city In his district.
A Stirring Chase.
St Paul Pioneer Press: The good
ship Pork Barrel still is being pur
sued by the Wilson submarine.
press Leased Wiie Service.]
MOfNKJS_ Iowa. nec.
the United Press dis-
Our Own Ninth Wonder. !a fight at Keokuk, but would be ready p0Tlt comnany at Hagley yard, ex
Des Moines Canital: Somebody to take care of all the scraps the sa- |Dioded this afternoon. According to
CHICAGO, Dec 23.— Evidence
against Dr. Harry J. Haiselden does
not warrant his prosecution for Babv
Bollinger's death, but will be placed
before a grand jury If Attorney Gen
eral Lucey demands it. States Attor
ney Hoyne Informed Lucey today.
THE HOTEL IOWA
Will serve its usual Christmas
dinner, both noon and even
ing. From 12 to 2:30 even
ing 5:45 to 8 o'clock.
Music by Hotel Iowa Orchestra
WANTED—Horses and cattle to pas
ture. 135 acres stock field and 7
acres meadow. J. H. Springer, Argyle,
WANTED—At once, 10,000 dull safety
razor blades to sharpen at Wood
bury's, 1104 Main street.
at two. 404 North Fifth.
FOR RENT—Modem seven room
bouse, extrk store room, with elec
trie lights, gas, furnace, gas stove
furnished. Phone B-1482.
FOR RENT—Six room cottage, $10.00
per month, 1300 Orleans avenue. In
quire 716 Main street.
FOR RENT—Six room cottage, 618
North Thlrtenth. Enquire 716 Main.
FOR RENT—No. 909 Leighton Ave..
eight room modern house, $25.00 per
month. John Tumelty.
FOR RENT—New 5 room cottage on
California avenue. West Keokuk. J.
.A. Pollard, 12 South Sixth.
FOR RENT—No. 314 Exchange, mod
ern except furnace three rooms and
reception hall down, four rooms and
bath up $18.00 per month. John Tum
FOR RENT—No. 413 Fulton, six room
trie lights, interior refinished. $2'0.00
per mdnth to small family. John
FOR RENT—Furnished apartment.
All modern conveniences. 312 Ful
ton. Call or phone 1156, evenings.
FOR RENT—One six room and one
seven room house, modern except
furnace. Inquire 602 concert, or
phone Red 723.
FOR RENT—1J20 Concert, first
floor, furnished three room apart
ment, suitable for two wnter and
gas. inquire 1118 Concert street.
FOR SALE—Easy payment, new 5
room house with pantry and larga
closet. California Ave. See J. A. Pol
IFOR SALE—Three good upright
plan03 taken in exchange on
Pianola player pianos. Prices $125,
$140, $180. Come early and get choice.
Guest Piano Co.
FOR SALE cheap. Gas iron, almost
new. A. N. Rowan, 22 N. 5th St.
FOR SALE?—Two large store Round
Oak heaters and a good bicycle
Tm Boltz, 910 Main.
MOLER BARBER COLLEGE, St.
Louis, Mo., wants you to learn the
trade. If this opportunity means
lighter, cleaner work at better pay,
you want it. Can learn in a short
time and have your own shop. Write
for the truth about it today.
YOU CAN MAKE big money selling
our guaranteed trees, fruits, rt»ses,
etc. We pay highest commissions
every week. Free outfit and part ex
penses. The Blue Mound Nursery Co.
West Allis, Wis.
Released and Re-arrested.
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DES MOINES, Iowa, Dec. 23.—J. A.
Campbell, brought here from Mar
8halltown on a bootlesgiug charge,
lating the Mann white slave la*v. He
officials of the company, no one was
killed or injured.
J. Burk & Co.
All goods made and sold by us
are guaranteed under the Pure
Food and Drug Act, to be pure and
healthful. All bottles are steril
ized in hot watSr and soda solu
tion for ten minutes, then washed
and brushed twice before filling
All syrups and waters used are
filtered before using, making eich
drink absolutely pure.
Our Drinks Are:
HIRE'S ROOT BEER
Wel'll furnish gas drums when
I Billiards and Bowliag
FOR 8 ALE—BILLIARD TABLES.
Brand new, ovom and pooket, with
complete outfit, 911& eecond-hand
tables at reduced prices. Easy p^ry
menta. Bowling aHeysf an^acceeeer*
les. Cigar store fixtures a specialty.
Bend for catalogue. THE BRUN8«
WICK-BALKEhCOLLENDER CO., Dav*
en port, Iowa. I. C. Sanders, A0en||
Dally Stock Letter.
[Copyright 1915 by the New
NEW YORK, Dec. 23.^—On a volume
of business that was"" larger t$&n
might have been anticipated, in v|ew
of the nearness of the Christmas re
cess, prices went upward on the stock
exchange today. As was about the
case yesterday, copper stocks assum
ed the leadership of the list, gains
here being helped by a further im
provement in the market for copper
metal. Reports differed as to the
highest price that was reached for
copper, but it was reasonably clear
that the market for the metal had
reached a level considerably above
that of 20 V£: cents yesterday, which
was equal to the highest prices that
had been quoted previously since the
early part of 1907.
Today's copper metal's price estab
lished a new high record for the eight
year period that has elapsed sihef
1907 and speculative stocks reflected
this record by advancing well
United States Steel common va*
quoted nearly a point above its price
of yesterday and the miscellaneous
group of war industrials for the most
part were higher.
Railroad stocks moved with .spirit
only in the closing hour of business,
in spite of the accumulating evidence
of the remarkable prosperity that has
come to the country's railroad sys
in a a a a
Sf ^piTUr^ °H rnd'q0T-vi™
Charged With Forgery. ^3
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O I S A N 1 1 1 2 3 E
and released, was re-arrested by LocatelI. alleged hotel crook was ar
eral officers today.^ charged with vjo-
Harper hotel here
|this evening on a description furnish-• wji
SrX.'I'a&i'* to H. w. s.,vm3o»,
and the woman
certificate made out to J. A. vmuci .v
and wife, but the assistant district at- "^1 Mnscatlne of that cfty. Ttoca
torney says he has evidence they vio- tell is charged with passing worthless
lated the white slave law in MInne- checks in the Iowa city. He is also
apo-lis and northern Iowa. said to have operated in Davenport.
The Muscatine check was for a small
Another Dupont Explosion. amount, but the police believe they
[United Press Leased Wire Service] have a smooth crook, who has worked
WILMINGTON. Del... Dec.. 2S.—A hotel men all over the country.
black powder rolling mill of the Du-
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CHICAGO. Dec. 23.—Seven million"""^
dollars profit is ready for the Christ
mas stocking of Mrs. Catherine Bark-
SAV PR6A\TtSCO Dec 23 ^-lnter P«rchase of the big Haskell-Barker
nationa,P^u7£° o^'the sTu% company Michigan City In
of $450,000 worth of supposed "opium" diana. by that amo!mt
aboard the Japanese liner Seiyo Maru today to have netted her that amount.
the cargo riant was willed her hy bar
dwindled out today when
was discovered to be glucose.
Spauldlng. bride of five months.