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The* "Kleetrlc Hobo" cooks his meals
by electricity, stealing the current by
tapping ahy coiwenlentwlre that he
may encounter foitthe purpose.
BUSBY BROS., Manager*
Alls This W^ek
Matinee' Daily 2:15
.The'8th Wonder of the
1| brings before the mind's
eye the things that history
There sre plenty of good seats
ta^t for all performances.
filMail orders with remittance
fttd return stamped envelope,
.filled in order of receipt.
SEATS NOW SELLING.
F. L. KEITH, Owner
er Pictures For Less Money
Today and Tomorrow
"The Final Curtain"
IISJS, five-part drama of Business
and. tjie theater—of the world
old inevitable clash when the
theater temperament meets the
"THE FPSAl. CUJtUAXN
sparkles with adventure through,
iftve delightful reels. There's
glimpses at life behind the
scenes, of WaJl street and the
money marts, a battle royal in
the little star's dressing: room
that will thrill you from head to
foot It's jitst smash upon smash
from title to t»il-piece.
Don't telb—if you enjoy good
film—to WrlTThe Final Curtain"
at the •&£&:?
Today" and Tomorrow
Children ... -..
First show evening .7:15
Present Refined Entertainment
for fcei»teel Peopla.
O N I
What Doris Did
Aii engrossing drama of
•'6Society life truly an artis
tic triumph, featuring
In Three Big Parts
"The Cognac Cask"
Third Chapter of "The Iron
Adults 10c Children 5 Matinee 5
(First. «how Every Evening 6:45
COMING TO THE
Thursday and Friday
The Price of H^ipaness
Enough to Convince
m. Anyone That
Here is a Picture j.
Foun^ on a Powerful. Jlf
"""HT Won&n Should Mlsif
CITY IN BRIEF
Robertson, chiropractor, 12^ K. Main.
Oardens plowed, and garbage and
ashes hauled. Phone white 1177,
Mrs. H. R.. Winslow. of New Provi
dence, visited ,friends in the 9lty. Mon
Rev. and Mrs. E. Luce and chil
dren, of Albion, were visitors In the
Mr8. K. A. Osborne, of -Eldora, re
turned home Monday after a Viilt here
For artistic wall paper and an ex
perienced paper ganger, phone 801
white. .Guy Bverist.
Mrs. Harry Church, of Hampton, ar
rived in the city Monday to visit here
with 'Mrs. M. J. Sheets.
Miss Margaret Bpchwald went Mon
day evening to MeQallsburg to visit her
uncle, Theodore Buchwald.
Next market sale Saturday, April 1.
Bring anything' you have for sale.
I'lumb Brus., Mason & Shoemaker.
tMesdames F. D.' Dennis and'J. E.
Crouse, of Albion, were in the city Mon
day on their way to Traet on busi
Mrs. Herman Gabelman, 8 North
Fourth street, was hostess -Monday af
ternoon to the members of the Monday
iMrs. R. iD. Brown, of Clarion, who
has been visiting here with her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bally, returned
Our bird houses have arrived—for
wrens, chickadees, blue birds, etc., 15,
20, 25 and 40 cents. CaU early.
Heath & Milligan paints, var
nishes, paint brushes, and Johnson
floor stains. Big new stock to select
from. Old Reliable ,Xrug Company.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. McConnell and
little son Melvilie, and Mrs. John Wal
lace left this morning for Spirit Lake,
where they will remain for a month at
the home of Mrs. H. E. Mills, mother
of Mesdames iIcC6nnell and Wallace.
1 1 1 1
At the Sign of the Triangle.
D. W. GRIFFITH
Fine Arts Play
A Picture That Gets Across to
WEBBER & FIELDS
"The Wor^t of Friends^
Assisted by Numerous Bsthina
Maids and iBeauty Shop Attend
NOTICE—D. W. Griffith pro
duced "The Birth of a Nation,"
the eighth wonder of the world.
He is also producing one picture
a week for the Triangle F'tlm Cor
poration, which may be seen at
the Casino every Tuesday and
Children ........... 5c
D. W. Griffith's Productions srs
Known as Triangle Fine Arts.
In a Thirfe Reel
That the Childrsi? ShouitTAU 3m
JAMES WEST, New Owner A M«r.
A Singing and Dancing Pl«yls|.
Phone 1127 white.
6. JB. TutUe, jeweler and opttelan.
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McGrath, of
Haverhili, were visitors in the city
Pantry step ladder stool, $1. No
pantry complete without it. Schmidt's
Mrs. Charles 'Baker and" two daugh
ters ,or Toledo
Were Vlsrtors in the
Let George do it.—
Mr. and Mrs, C. iHalverson, 'of Ro
land, were in the elty Monday on ^heli*
way to Montour.
Mrs. Siller/ of Traer, is spend
ing the week at the home of her sister,
Mrs. W. F. Betel.
Mrs. Jeorge .Conger, of Eldora, ar
rived in the city Monday to visit her
mcther, Mrs. I. K, Bowman.
Mrs. E. O. Koeneman and daughter
Margaret and Miss Edna 'Moser, of El
dora, were visitors in the city Mon
The Martha Washington Club will
meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
Calvin Cooley, South „Becond
Mrs. Thomas Pierce, of Geneva, who
has been visiting here with her sister,
Mrs. J. K. Parks, returned home Mon
H. P. Struto, of Iroquois, S. p., left
Monday for. his. home-after a visit here
with his sister, Mrs. M. B. Kenyon,
and brother, A- P. Strub.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Carter of Union,
were in the city Monday on their way
to Winston-Salem, N. C„ for a visit
with friends and relatives.
We have just received a car. of Den
Moines building blocks, extra hard and
suitable for foundation work. Gregory
Coal, Coke and Lime Company.
Be sure and see the new Peerless
eight Friday and Saturday at the Mar
shall Motor Car Company's new sales
room. It's a beauty.—Advertisement.
The Busy Bee Circle will meet
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. W. H.
Ford and Mrs. Hudson Mitchell at the
former's home, K)7 South Third av
Miss Bernlce McVey, of Weiisburg,
who has been visiting here with Mrs.
George Doyen, returned home Monday.
Miss Louise Doyen, of this ctly, accom
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Saunders, of
Searsboro, returned home Monday ev
ening. afteT a visit here with, their
daughters, Mesdames Frank Cook and
Miss Gladys Gile, who has been
working in the law office of J. M.
W hi taker, left Monday evenirtg for
San Francisco, Cal., where she will
make her home.
Dr. Shallenberger, specialist in ner
vous, chronic and special diseases, will
make his 187th visit to Marshalltowiv
Hotell-S^b^lart, «tt Saturdik®. April J.J.
Mr. and -Mrs. John Gause. of Lynn
ville .arrived in the city Monday even
ing and visited briefly here with the
former's brother, S. M. Gause, on their
wan,' to Colwell, Idaho.'
'All parties-haying accounts 'Of, ahy
nature -agitnst the alarshalrtown
Country Club are requested to file the
same with the secretary, C. S. Heltshu,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Swalewell, of Por
ter, Minn., who have been visiting here
with the former's sister, Mrs. Ruth
Vilas, left Monday after a visit herj
with her daughter, ptfrs. J. W. Minert.
St. Margaret's Mission will hold a
rummage sale Friday and Saturday at
the Episcopal church of Second avenue
and Church street. Any one having
rummage to Contribute please notify
Mrs. H. M. Babin.
New neckwear—We have Just re
ceived two shipments of new neck
wear from prominent eastern design
ers. Many new collar effeots are in
cluded in this shipment and your early
Inspection is invited. Benedict &
Everlst has a number of capable
workmen who are ready to care for
twenty more rooms on short notice.
Wall papering and painting -should
have Everlst's consideration, beoause
It means so much in the end. Everlst's
wall paper and paint house.
Miss Marjorie Ketchum returned
Monday evening to her school at iMax
well, after visiting here with h*r par
ents, and sister, iMrs. F. E. Schmidt,
who is a patient at the Deaconess hos
pital. Misses Edith Brownell and Bess
Roberts, of iSac City and Melbourne,
who have been visiting Miss Ketchum,
also returned home Monday evening.
tars. E. L. Jones, 29 West State
street, entertained Monday afternoon
at a birthday party for Mrs. Mary
Anson, who was 70 years old. The af
fair was a complete and pleasant sur
prise to Mrs. Anson, and the guests
included eleven of her old and more In
timate friends. Mrs. W. T. Bailey gave
two readings, during the afternoon,
which vwss enjoyed socially. At 5
o'clock the hostess, assisted by Mrs'.
J. O. Young, served a two-course sup
per. The guests were seated at one
tables which was decorated with pink
ant^ whtte sweet peas. Mrs. Anson re
ceived many pretty gifts from heir
friends. .. ,y
PACKER "Y" PRESIDENT.
Star Marshslltown Athlete Chosen to
Hssd Ames Atsocistion.,
Roscoe Packer, of thlB city, star
hurdler of the state, and one. of. the
mainstays of the Ames football eleven!
was elected president of the college Y.
M. C. A. at the recent election. Packer
received 146 votes, against 76 for his
nearest competitor. Morris Harrison,
who automatically becomes vice presi
dent. Packer is a member of Beta
Theta Pi fraternity. i,
NEW SALES ROOM OPEN8.
"•*ST|NSON AND DAY-?||.
klaxon, Paige and Peerless.
You are cordially invited to attend,
the opening of our new sales room Fri
day and Saturday, March 31 ani
See the n$w models of the Saxoi),
P*ijie and Beerless cars which will
display for your lijn&edtiort. Opsin
Sjwery evening. Marshall ,5|otor Ca*
'Company, lfjMM East JWatn'^treet.
V. ,y.t vn .,r ...
thought thftt Vox had no living rela
Funeral services for Pox wlll be held
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock from
assembly hall, in charge of Chaplain
H. O. Pratt. Burial will follow In the
PETRI* PLEADS GUILTY.
Forger Admits Quilt—Others Indicted
Plead Net Quilty.
William Petri®, arrested at Syca
more. 111., for forgeries cummitted here
early In January, pleaded guilty in the
district court Monday afternoon to
three indictments charging forgery,
and uttering forged Instruments. Judge
Wlllett did not fix time for sentence.
Others indicted at this term of court
who were arraigned pleaded not guilty.
They were Bmesf, M- Menter. Mrs.
May Condon, and Fred W. Gates.
A motion to *uash..qne of the indict
ments returned ag&ll^st. Menter was
submitted Monday afternoon but not
rpled on. The motion attacks the in
dictment because minutes of the testi
mony at the Jury's investigation were
not attached to it.
NEW WAIST8 HERE.
Ponedict & Brintnall Have Splendid
Showing in Waist Department.
Our waist deP**'tnlent has received
several large shipments during the last
few days and is now well stocked with
many very beautiful" waists at attrac
One special lot of white wash silks
embroidered in neat designs, while they
Five dozen tub silks and silk crepes
in attractive .styles and assorted sizes.
Large assortment of new crepe de
Chines, georgette crepes and lace ef
fects ranging in price from $3.50 to $6.
Headquarters for satisfaction. Ben
edict & Brlntnall.
FARMERS AND GROWERS
Canning Factory Contracting For
Hominy Corn, Qi^wn the Same as
.. Ordinary Field Cirn—-B» Safe on
Seed Corn Question.
Hominy oorn. is a good money crop,
a guarantee equivalent to 70 cents per
bushel whether the market goes up or
down. Twenty acres of this crop will
grow enough so that it may be shipped
to us by the oar. No charge is made
for unloading cars. As a suggestion,
try twenty thirty acres and be sure
Of a portion of the corn crop. The
maturity is ten days to two weeks
earlier than most 'field corn.
We have a sufficient amount of seed
which is home grown, to supply all
contractors. The price of seed Is $3
per bushel, pay for it when the crop
IjS delivered. It tests 9« to 98 per cent
Strong. Seed was all saved before any
Should the field corn seed which you
Intend to plant prove unsatisfactory, it
-Oon. Wouldn't MMfteXietter to-be safe
on this seed corn question?
The freight on hominy corn Is from
2% to 3% cents per bushel, depending
upon the distance from Marahalltown
up.^.to thirty miles,
^'rlte us furtheiflnform^tion and
najjple contn&ct, PJjpjpJfo.#- Western
MASONCITY COUPLE HELD.
A. GU Mysrs, Causf^ Ar«feif~
Ed Peters, of
Mrs. A. .G. Myters and E
[Mason City. «rfe»e~iaflheked by Mer
chant Police (MaVl^S~fabOXjt~4:30 this
morning in a room oyer 17 North Cen
ter street after Mij$ Myers' husband
'had followed Peters', fo* this city and
led the police to the room. Mrs. My
ers, hor. husband -iold the police, has
been here for a^tew weeks. Meters
came Monday evening.
Chief of Police Brepkel filed a com
platyt of disorderly Ibdnduct against!
Mrs. 'Myers and Peters. Both pleaded
guilty and peters paid the fine of $10
each and the costs, "amounting in all
Proposals, For. Concrete Bridges.
Sealed bidk will be received by the
board of supervisors of Marshall coun
ty, Iowa, up to 1 o'clock p. m., April 8,
1916, for tl}e building of forty-nine
bridges and 6ulvriVtWSs»estimated cost
$G1,000. Bids to 'be opened at 1:30 p.
m.' the same 4&te.
Pldins and SpeclfldatJpns ,on Die In the
office of the county auditor. Detailed
information can be obtained from W.
W. Morehouse, county, engineer. The
board reserves the right to reject any
and all bids. A. W. .Dqbson, county
Penn Glee Club Here.
A large audience greeted the Penn
College Glfee Club, Oskaloosa, which
appeared in a concert Monday even
ing at the -Friend's church. The en
tertainment was given under the aus
pices of the Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor of the church and
was attended by 200 patrons.
A pleasing program of instrumental
music, songs, quartets and readings,
was greatly enjoyed by the audience.
YOUR HAIR AND
HAIR BECOMES CHARMING, WAVY,
LUSTROUS AND THICK
IN FEW MOMENTS..
EVERY BIT OF DANDRUFF DISAP
PEARS AND HA'IR STOPS
For 25 cents you can save your hair.
In less than ten minutes you can double
its beauty. Your hair becomes light,
wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as
soft, l-strous and charming as young
girl's after applying some Danderlne.
try this—moisten a cloth with a
little Danderlne and carefully draw It
thru your hair, taking one small strand
at a time. This will cleanse the hair
of dust, dirt or excessive oil, and in just
a few moments you have doubled the
beauty of your hair. A delightful sur
prise awaits those whose hair, has been
neglected or is scraggfc faded, dry,
brittle or thin. Besides beautifylhg the
hair'Danderlne dissolves every Jfcrtlcle
of dandruff cleanse#.purifies U»d In
vigorates the scalp, torever «ftt»ppi*«
-Loeesta F^&Nisce. iteWng and falllfig ha»V3»»t *rhat wig
in going over the papers of A'mow please you most will be after a few
Fox, the first member of the soldiers' week's use, when you see new hair—
home who died Monday, a discharge iij.* and downy at first—yes—but really
from the Grand Army post at Liver- hair crowing all over the scalp. If
'nrftj!MR^4o^ pret^-«st«hatav »iwi lots
smuel to this ljt or toilet counter and just Jtry 1
.at -1 W
With Distant Places
At a wireless station In St. Anthony,
the only one In the county, are being
received dally* aero messages from dis
tant places In the United States from
ships on the great lakes and Gulf ot
'Mexico. G. L, LaPlant. an amateur
but a licensed radio operator, spends
his odd moments day and night catch
ing and sending radio messages. When
not operating his "set" Laftant Is a
member of tl*e Arm of LaPlant Bros.,
garage owners and druggists.
The receiving of messages from as
far away points as Key West, LaPlant
says, is an every day occurrence. He
also receives from gulf and fruit boats
at sea. from shlpB on the great lakes,
the national station at Arlington, Va.,
and Washington, D. C., the Lake Bluff
station, and others as for distant as
Lewlston, Mont., Dallas) Tex., and
LaPlant is a member of the Radio
League of America, whoso members
promise to give thetr services as radio
operators or their station to the gov
ernment whenever the government
A good roads wireless telegram, sent
out to all commercial clubs In Iowa
by Charles Van Vlecli, of the Waterloo
Commercial Club, was received here
this morning, having been relayed by
mall from the St. Anthony wireless
The message was sent out Saturday
liight and reads:
"There Is a general demand for good
roads in Iowa now, so pull her out of
the mud this year."
The message Was started at Water
loo at 11 o'clock Saturday night, and
reached St. Anthony at ll:ll. St, An
thony station Is 9KT and Waterloo is
9QF in the Amateur Wireless Associa
tion. The messages were sent under
the auspices of the Hawkeye Radio As
Mr. LaPlant has offered to
messuge from here to any part of the
state, If arrangements can be made. He
suggests that the Y. M. C. A. of this
city should install a set for the en
tertainment as well as instruction of
young men who would be Interested.
ACTIVE WITH A
GLASS OF SALTS
MUST FLUSH YOUR KIDNEYS OC
CASIONALLY IF YOU EAT
NOTED AUTHORITY TELL8 WHAT
CAUSES BACKACHE AND
No man- or woman who eats meat
regularly can make a mistake by flush
ing" the kidneys occasionally, says a
vl^vkpown .authority. Meat forms
uric acid which clogs the kidney pores
so they sluggishly filter or strain only
part of the waste and poisons from the
blood, th$n you get sick. Nearly all
rheumatism, headaches, liver trouble,
nervousness, constipation, diezlness,
sleeplessjileslj^ bl%dd«ir disorders come
fro'm sluggish kidneys.
The moment you feel a dull ache in
the kidneys or your back huels,,.
.the urine is cloudy, offensive^ full of
sediment, Irregular of passage or at
tended by a sensation of scalding^ get
about four ounces of Jad Salts from
aAy reliable pharmacy and take a.t^ble
spoonful' in a glass of water .' before
breakfast for a few days and your kid
neys will then act fine. This famous
salts is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, combined with lithia,
and has been used for generations to
'flush clogged kidneys and stimulate
them to activity, also to neutralize the
acids in urine so it no longer causes
irritation, thus ending bladder disord
Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot
injure makes a delightful effervescent
lithia-water drink which all regular
meat eaters should take now and then
to keep the kidneys clean and the blood
pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney
'2:15 Mats. 2$c to $1.00,
Nearly all our Spring Suits
are herfe anel we nave a large
Our aitri is io. give the best
suit you can buy for the least
$10, $15, $20
All the latest patterns in shirts
that are fast colors, plenty to
We Buy For Cash
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Does Your Starter
have as much "pep" as when the car. was new If not, per
haps your battery needs attention. That's where our expert
service comes in
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