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OCIETY AND CLUB CALENDAR.
Church societies meet.
W. C. T. U. with Miss Sallle
Anderson, 313 South Sixth St.
Woman's Whist league with
Mrs. John W. Hobbs.
P. E. O. Chapter entertained by
iMiss Boyer and Miss Sheppard.
club with Mrs. Theo.
Alpha Trist club with Mrs. A.
Thitnble club with Mrs. Harold
Reception for Morning Star
lodge at the Masonic Temple, 8
Reading club with Mrs. John H.
Wednesday club with Mrs.
Y. W. C. A. kensington in the
Mentor Reading club with Mrs.
W. C. Howell.
Anniversary luncheon of Needle
club with Mrs. Thomas Caywood.
Afternoon Bridge club with
Mrs. John R. Irwin.
.Church societies meet.
Civic league in Y.
W. C. A.
Lincoln Mothers' Meeting.
On Friday afternoon the Mothers'
md Teachers' club of the Lincoln
district met with fifty-two members
present. Mrs. -George Bunner" presid
ed during a short business session,
alter which Miss Helwig, the principal
of the building, announced the pro
gram. The theme of the afternoon
was. Social Training, and Miss Helwig
spoke briefly upon the Influence, of
companionship and said that society
rests upon four corner stones, the
home, the school, the church and the
Superintendent William Aldrlch was
Introduced and spoke on Social Train
ing in the Home. He said every child
has certain inaleanable rights, among
which are sympathy, affection and co
operation in his efforts. Do not con
*£use this with indulgence, which fails
te protect |he boy against his worst
Miss Nutting, girl's secretary of the
Y. W. C. A., gave a talk on official
problems outside the school. To most
bays and girls their social life comes
through some organization and she
used the Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. "as a
typical social organization which min
isters ijj. a* sane, healthful, helpful
to-the 'Social instincts of the boys
and girls. Miss Nutting is a delight
fnf ^pe^jlrer and has a fund of infor-j
matleattrafrrn from practical experi
ence on how the needs of young peo
ple can be met.
Sir members of the Lincoln school
glee club furnished the music for the
afternoon. They sang The May Dance,
-Merry Makers knd a Lullaby. Those
:.*rho sxjtg, were Genevieve Walker.
Ruby Smith. Bessie Powers, I.eaaah
Strailn. LeRoss Morris, Jean Walker.
The hostesses for the afternoon were
Mrs. Harry Meyers, Mrs. Watson
Laws, and Mrs. C. L. Laws, who serv
ed coffee and cake, following the
A friendly rivalry exists among the
teachers in the Lincoln building as to
which shall have the greatest num
ber of mothers of pupils in their room afternoon
oreseut at the club meeting. Follow-'
Si* eTery meeting the report Is post
3d and it serves to keep up the at-j
Iiwiij Keniactsa Thmday.
Tks kessiBEUn gfven by
f3ae omxgiiia&e- ci W. C. jthe First Westminster Presbyterian
A. is Ssaifi
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the bjn. '-'i.i.TLi --..r if.-uu.
whi'.h -a ll '-1 -,z
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Miss Marr '--T.
tertained tire'Tt it
afternoon a*, a
twelfth birthdar -sl~t
were played and r-'—
and the afternoon i»-7
for the little hostess
Postpone Annual Meetin?
The annual meeting of the
Nurse association which vra.» re
nounced for Tuesday of this
has been postponed until Tuesiar.
January 2$. "Hrn meeting is po«.
poned bocaus# of thf. Jibsence from
the city of the president. Mrs. C.
Civic Lemgu* Next Week.
The Civic leagne will hftld it* repi
lar monthly mating
ernooa at tfrr** o'rtork tn the "Y. Vv.
C. A. aniiJtorhrw. l»f« (rtt#o4ance
*s hoped tor at a* metis#.
Friendship Class to Meet.
The Friendship class of the First
Methodist Protestant church will hold
their regular monthly business meet
ing and annual election of officers
Thursday evenng. January 20. at 8
o'clock at the home of J. K. Foulkes,
425 Morgan street.
The Mentor Reading club will be
entertained on Thursday afternoon by
Mrs. W. C. Howell. 605 Grand avenue.
Alpha Trist Club.
The Alpha Trist club i111 be enter
tained on Wednesday by Mrs. A. G.
Decker at her home on Grand Ave.
Woman's Whist Club.
Mrs. John W. Hobbs will entertain
the Woman's Whist club on Tuesday
Thimble Club Meeting.
The Thimble club will be enter
tained on Wednesday afternoon by
Mrs. Harold Bowlby. 508 North Thir
Club Program Postponed.
Tb# meeting of the Music club
rtirt vac aimounced for tomorrow Cigarmakers' Annual Ball
wiwiipg which Miss BlasShe M. The cigarmakers' fifth annual ball
•octt: of Galesborg. pianist, was to! will be given at Woodman hall Thurs
fctt« ajptHMired. has been postponed day evening, Jan. 20.
fcocanme of lies- illness. The program
te January 24. and while
is ia the city she will be
ef JCrs. Ralph B_ Joy wiiosa
asstrfow sire- Ttt.
The Church Societies
At T. IT. JL tJk&tsyrhxm. Aa it- ta the chapel. The subject Is Mission
til fwa arranged Work Among the Mountaineers. The,
in Z-uv iai- ix.
S— WeeS* Twesdary.
Mission Society Meeting.
The Woman's Missionary society of
ifteiuouu In church win meet on Monday afternoon
be ses^ei cmunittee is Mrs. H. J. Bern ham,
X, Montcotnery and Miss Lu-jto
P. E. o. Chapter Tuesday. !Congregational church will be enter
The P. B. O. chapter will be enter-' tained Friday afternoon by Mrs. John
tained on Tuesday evening by Miss Wilson, 1204 Franklin street.
Lou Boyer and Miss Helen Sheppard
at the home of the former, 817 High
street. The topic for study will be
the Canterbury Cathedral. Mrs. Chres-
apolis, Minn. The wedding will take
place in June.
Mrs. Tucker on Trip.
Mrs. Collingwood Tucker, will leave
this evening for a week's concert
tour, her engagements including two
recitals in Chicago before the North
End Woman's club and the Highland
Park Woman's •club. She will have
also two engagements in Decatur and
one in Ottumwa
4 Masonic Lodge Reception.
On Wednesday evening the Ma
sonic lodges of the city will entertain
their families and the members of
Morning Star lodge, K. of P., and
their families at a reception and
tdancing party in the Masonic temple.
The reception will be held from 8 to
8:30 and dancing will begin at 9
Annual Meeting of Guild.
The annual meeting of St. Joseph's
society will be entertained by Mrs. H.
and Mrs. George A.
Wednesday Reading Club.
The Wednesday Reading club will
meet with Mrs. John H. Cole on Janu
ary 19. A good attendance is desired.
O. H. Club on Wednesday.
Mrs. Frederic Cowley will entertain
the Junior O. H. club on Wednesday
On Thursday the Needle club will
celebrate Its first anniversary with a
luncheon at the home of Mrs. Thomas
Afternoon Bridge Club.
The Afternoon Bridge club ^ill be
entertained on Thursday afternoon by
Mrs. Jo&n R. Irwin. 600 Orleans ave
O. H. Meeting.
The O. H. meeting will be enter
tained on Wednesday afternoon by
Mrs. Theo. Bode, 1238 Blondeau.
Mentor Reading Club.
Trinity Missionary Society.
Tie Hone Missionary society of
!b« rinfty V. £. church will Jbe en-
Bed on Tborsday afternoon at
past two in the parlors of the
rirzrch- It *iD be the annual. thank
wXerasg seetin® and Mrs. L. G. Mur
jct Mt Pleasant will make the
Trinity M. E- Society.
of the Trinity*
if E -±rta win f-ntertained to
'^t -arV.—t o? ti*? churrb on Friday
Mrs. Henry Sekaffer,
-,«t 5Cr» A atar-i Mrs. B. T. Unen.
•'.•js.-sur rvs®. on Moo
iar &.&eyw»A Sty the^r ammal!
•..•.-Er'a r. I
Ladles' Aid Society.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Sec
ond Presbyterian church will be en-
tensen will give a history of the tertained on Wednesday afternoon by
cathedral Miss Amanda Younker will. Mrs. D. W. Bishop and Mrs. John Van
describe the exterior, and Miss- EvaAusdall at the home of Mrs. Bishop,
J. Stevens will speak of the interior, 324 I street.
Mlsa Cooper's Engagement. I Baptist Ladies'.Society.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh 1. Cooper of I The Ladies' society" of the First
Strawberry Hill. Samford, Conn., an-(Baptist church will be entertained In
nounce the engagement of their (the parlors of the church Friday after
daughter, Miss Agnes Ln Cooper to noon by Mrs El Ribvn and Mrs
Mr. Ralph Millard Sheldon of Minne-1 Hubert
The Altruistic circle of the United
Presbyterian churph will be entertain
ed on Tuesday evening by Mrs. Fred
Schneider and Miss Lida Buss at
their home, 917 Blondeau street.
Ruthean Bible Class.
The Ruthean Bible class of the
Trinity M. E. church will be enter
tained on' Wednesday afternoon in
the parlors of the church by Mrs
Henry Schaffer and Mrs. Delia Hop
Officers to Confer.
A conference of the officers and
teachers of the First Westminster
Presbyterian Bible school will be held
on Monday evening at the home of
Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Reid.
Christian Church Society.
The Aid society of the First. Chris
tian church will be entertained on
Friday afternoon by Mrs. Edward
Annual Meeting Today.
The Ladies of Charity will hold
their annual meeting this afternoon
at 2:30 o'clock in St. Vincent's }iall.
Relatives here have just received
word of the sudden death of Mr. El
bridge Maberry which occurred on
Jan. 7th. He had passed through a
severe attack of the la grippe and
was thought to be recovering nicely
when the death angel summoned him.
This was even a shock to the imme
diate family In their home at Wichita.
Kan. Mr. Maberry spent his boyhood
days in and around Denver and his
wife will be remembered as Miss
Mrs. T. J. Clark and Mrs. Ellen
Orton are still on our sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Parrick and sons
have rented the John Botkins farm
in the suburbs of Bentley where they
will more soon. We are sorry to
lose these good people from our
The Congregational church held
their Sunday services in the Masonic
hall on account of the repairing of
Rev. J. W. Porter will fill his regu
lar appointment at the Christian
church Sunday morning, Jan. 16.
Business calls him to Cnicago so Mrs.
Porter will deliver the evening dis
course. Unless prevented by some
thing we will endeavor to render our
specials at Bible school as was an
nounced and we trust we may have
a little surprise in the way of the
program. Our golden text for the
month chosen by the prayer commit
tee of the Endeavorers is as follows:
And be ye kind one to another, ten
der hearted, forgiving one another
even as God for Christ's sake hatli
forgiven you.—Eph. 4-32. On next
Sunday evening we will have a twin
meeting to which everyone is invited
meeting to wnicn everyone is mvueu
ttend, whether members of this
organisation or not.
Mr. Robert Light and family have
moved into the property oti East
Main street, recentlv vacated by Mrs.
Hattie Dickinson who Is now com
fortably located in the Clinton Ma
berry cottage on North Church street.
Mrs. Wayne Steinberger sons Wil
bur and Wilmer, an-i daughter Just
ine of Augusta, have been visitors
at the C. A. Grove home.
Like all our sister cities, we are
^0 Asoiul Meeting. entertaining a very und^irable visl
wlL tor, la grippe, and it is no respector
Miller has been seriously ill for the
last ten days. He had a severe at
tack of the grippe which left his
heart in a weakened condition. Last
report is that he is some better.
County Clerk Ed Miller attended
a funeral of his brother George at
?T~s"-. ritrt*.- *.&• vrv-z. tZ! Text* fte- LaHarr* last Sunday.
is. -ie oa Friday Cards have been received here from
tfce "land of flowers," 'locating Mr.
George Black in St. Petersburg. Fla.
Oak. I County court is in session this
Th» 7 wss te eel«r-| week- There is a large docket for
tained this S9- Kr* 5H^bdL ItMt term. Owing to the illness of
IJL D. Miller, the liquor cases were
Congregations* Bnvimtf- [aBtesed. The jury was dismissed
The Ladies' sotiety Otm nretlWefliwedaj at noon, until Monday,
U. P. Missionary Society.
The Missionary society of the Unit
ed Presbyterian church will be ent6r
tained on Friday afternoon by Mrs.
Jacob Schouten, 1302 Timea street.
Fireside Meeting Tonight.
The Christian Endeavor meeting of
the First Westminster Presbyterian
church will be entertained at a fireside
meeting at the home of Leonard Mat
less, Jr., this evening.
St. John's Guild Meeting.
St. John's Guild will be entertain
ed on Monday afternoon by Mrs.
Thomas Gray, 317 North Second. The
assisting hostesses are Mrs ESari Y.
Wills and Mirs. N. H. 'Pyle.
THE DAILY GATE UlTff
$1.00 PLAID WAISTS
$2.00 CHILD'S RAIN
DRESSES, silk and1 cloth,
close 'out values up to $10
RAINCOATS, Skirts, etc.,
close out values up to $10.00
the 17th. S. D. Guann of Appanoose
and Carl Prox of Powellton. jurors,
returned to their respective homes
Wednesday and will be obliged to
come to Carthage again Monday for
The following marriage licenses
have been issued the past few days:
Herman Burling and Sadie Prendei
gast Earl Wright and Ethel Mott
Charles Thackston and Marilla Can
non Cecil C. Beachler and Mary
Carthage now receives the lights
from the Keokuk Power Co.,' and
they are very much better than the
old lights were.
Mr. and Mrs. Forest Gabel of Ham
ilton are occupying the Willis house
on Randolph street. Mr. Gabel is
employed at the opera house garage.
condiUons. Judge J. D.
$20.00 Party Dresses
Not a few to select from
but almost any shade you
All go at way below cost of
material by the yard
100 New Silk Waists
just arrived, all colors
RACK No. 1
Good heavy warm coats, not
new, but worth $10, $20
Matting and Dresaer In Home of Mrs.
Bloom on South Sixth Street
JUST ARRIVED—100 SKIRTS
New Skating Skirts—New Dress Skirts
purchased 100 skirts from an eastern
factory, values to $7.50. To sell for only
Christian church. W. W. EJvans, pas
tor W. C. Hughes, chorister.—Bible
school, 9:45 a. m. worship, 11:00 a.
m. Subject: "The Greatest Problem
of the Church Today." Christian. En
deavor, 6:30 p. m., subject: "How to
Work With Others," leader, Mrs. G.
H. Reese. Worship, 7:30 p. m. Sub
ject: "The Cost of Not Living a
Christian Life." Bible study class
meets Monday eyening at pastor's
home. Everybody welcome to all serv-
Born to Rev. and Mrs. Bgvd, ai'ce8' We are pleased to see a nam
daughter. Wednesday, Jan. 12* This |ber of the Bethel congregation wor-
is their first baby and consequently
they are very proud of the £vent.
The new advisor for Hancock coun
ty, Mr. J. H. Lloyd, will arrive the
15th to take up his work. -Mr. Lloyd |lagrlppe are getting along fine and
has been teaching agriculture at Pur- most all are able to be out again,
due university, Lafayette, Ind. He ia -ype had a talk with our road cotn
a graduate of the Illinois university !mlsB,onerj Thomas Wyles, and he
and comes highly recommended. He :thinks
evening to remain indefinitely. jthe money to bulla such roads. Now
following speakers have been niftkw ®s good a road as gravel
secured for the short course to be 'and cement, why not oil the roads?
held at Carthage, Feb. 1, 2, 3 and 4: |Qood roads into any town is what
Willard Graham. RocheDe, 111.: C. O.
Reed, Urbana, III. W. F. Handschin.
state leader of county agents, Ur
bana, 111., and John Mies of Fair
The explosion of a* gasoline stove
was responsible for a small Are in
the home of Mrs. Bloom at 207 South social dance Thursday night, January
Seventh street at 8 o'clock Friday 20, at Daugherty's halL The band
night. The stove had been lighted in Jboy» always give a good dance. Hain
an upper bedroom to warm it and aiton is proud of their band. Wo have
left there. While Mrs. Blooin was j^, good a band as there is in this
down stairs the stove exploded and action.
set Are to the matting on the floor.
shonld be oned
.® He has investigated this proposition
and Vashti college at Aledo, III. I .. f.
Miss Ida Jackson who has been "J8
visiting relatives here the past two|roadf »n get, that jpa^el or ce
weeks, left for Chicago Saturday ™ent
Sale Starts Monday Mornihg, Jahuary 17th, 8:30 iftii.
A marvelous money saving opportunity for shrewd, thrifty buyers. An amazmg array of
genuine bargains^ that will save dollars for you. .v
We must clear our Stock! Clear it we iriu8t,lno matter what die loss. Attend this sale
and cut down the high cost of living. Here Prices are now cut to the very lowest limit. Buy
it now for next year! Plenty of tailored garments in all the staple shades. READ EVERY
You Can See These Bargains Yourself.} Many Placed on Three Racks
RACK No. 2
This season's new coats
all colors, values to $10
Dresses of silk and
cloth, good styled—val-tiv,,
ues to $10.00
Skirts of fine materials
newest cloths, values to.
Bargains AU Over the Store Worthy of Your Attention
$20 Silk or Cloth Dresses
A large selection of
good styles and
colors •«. .*,«
Don't Wait—But Come Early—There Will Be a Crowd
100 NEW SKIRTS
A 'nice line of serviceable,
rainproof raincoats, values
to $7.50. Very special at...
AoHeavy Beacon*^ »7A I Black Persian a QQ I ^oPur Muffs Till ^OSi
^pvBathrobes yl«l ywW'arm Muffs ••fO «pOBlack-Brown yl«l 5f
$1.98 I 100
ODDS AM) BIDS MONEY SM'SALE
brings the faraiers. Now let's get
busy and get some good roads this
spring. We are in for anything to
build up Hamilton and vicinity. We
would like to see this move pushed
The construction -company that are
CAUSED FIRE' going to remove the old machinery
jand forms on' the Hamilton side, win
commence to load the material Mon•
day morning and will get it shipped
as fast as they can. Clarence Purge
son is the foreman of the job, and will
push the work as fast as they can.
The Hamilton band will give a
We find on Investigation that we
have a business In Hamilton that Is
She smelled smoke and called the
Are department. Before the fire was
extinguished, part of the matting and P»ytog out a larger amount of money
a dresser In the room had been do-
(troyed. iwonld snppoee. Ralph Lane has paid
the farmers wife than any on®
Jap Silks ami Voiles
Many More Wonderful Values Too Small to Advertise. Don't Delay! Come!! See for Yourself!! ._ -a'--W*
Hamilton Gate City:
Hamilton, 11L, Jan. 16.
dut for chickens, eggs and cream, the
past year, almost forty thousand dol
lars, and it was all paid to the farmers
sear- Hamilton, and the business is
growing every day.
Roy Fredericks is improTing and is
much better, we learn.
Ralph Ross has accepted a situa
tion as road salesman for Corbum
Burks Co., of Peoria. Mi*. ROBS un
derstands the drug business and is a
salesman that has been been success
ful and we know that he will make
good with his new firm. We all wish
out a pastor.
We are glad to learn that most all
our people- that were afflicted with the
Mr. Ross success.
of Detroit was a
Hamilton visitor yesterday.
L. M. Abbott of Detroit was a busi
ness caller yesterday.
G. W. White of TTrtfana, was a
business caller yesterday.
O. E. Eddy of Galesburg was a busi
ness caller yesterday.
Will W. Orion of Moline was a busi
ness caller yesterday.
A. J. Whalen of Moline was a Ham
ilton visitor yesterday.
The street cars have been ont of
commission for several days until
yesterday they made their regular
trips, but the Warsaw car has not
been able to make regular trips yet.
and that is the car that we need now,
since Keokuk1 went dry, we notice that
the Warsaw cars are having a better
At a business meeting held by the
board of the G. E. church, J. 0. Mat
tern was elected elder, Jacob Anton
re-elected elder. Mrs. L. Haffner,
organist and Martin Schlicher, jani
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Krieger,
Sunday, January 9, a daughter to Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Kramer, Tuesday,
January 11, a daughter.
Miss Lelia Mattern has accepted a
position In Burlington at the business
Miss Anna Tenpel lias returned to ties by day or sight.
SUNDAY, JAN. 16, 1916
will sell quick at this
Fine models that will sell
fast at this price. Many
worth up to $10.00
Ytrar choice of our nice furs
at this reduction
$1.98, $11.98 and $35.00
Laces, Crepes, Pussy
RACK No. 3
Biggest values over of
fered, all oolors, values
rack full -qrorth to $15
DRIBSSES, Big bar
gains, rack with values
$22.50 Silk or Cloth Dresses
Fine cloth and silk dresses
d»0 Children's Raincoats QO
?vNew coats with caps «p
"PAPE'8 COLD COMPOUND" END3]
SEVERE COLDS OR GRIPPE
You can end grippe and break up]
a severe cold either in head, chest,
body or limbs, by taking a dose o(
"Pape's Cold Compound" every two]
hours until three doses are taken.
It promptly opens clogged-up nos I
trils and air passages in the head,
stops nasty discharge or nose ruiv
ning, Relieves sick headache, dullness,
feverishness, sore threat, sneezing,
soreness and stiffness.
Don't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing!
and snuffling! Ease your throbbing
head—nothing else in the world ^gi^
such prompt relief as "Pape's Cold
Gompound," which costs only 25 cents
at any drug store. It acts without at
sistance, tastes nice, and causes no
inconvenience. Be sure you/ get th*
her school duties In Keokuk after
several weeks stay at home.
Mrs. Mabel Steneker has broken up
housekeeping and has moved In witb
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jotf
Miss Sarah Powell of Pinesvldjs
Mb., is visiting at the James Cruij"
A jolly crowd of young folks wafte*
out to John Bentzinger's last Satur
day evening to help him celebrate n««
birthday. The event was a complw,,
surprise and all had a fine time. y|j I
BETTER THAN SPANKING.
Spanking does not cure children o|
bedwettlng. There is a constitutional
cause for this trouble. Mrs. M- Sasj*
mers. Box W., Notre Dame, Ind., wj
send free to any mother her succe»"
ful home treatment, with full •nstI^,
tions. Send no money, but write
today if your children trouble yon
this way. Don't blame the
chances are it can't help It
treatment also cures adults J^iL
people, troubled with urin® dlfflcul*