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ttif W. Chafln, Former Prohlbi-
tlon Candidate for President^
to Speak at the
Y. M. C. A.
k'J Give Lecture in Christian
Church in Evening—Outdoor
Vesper Service of
^S',... .v. w. c.
Sugene W. Chafln of Tucson, Arias.,
ndldate for president on the prohl
lion ticket in 1908 and 1912, and
|dely known throughout this county
a writer and lecturer, will deliver
address on "National Prohibition
1916," in the auditorium of the
finng Men's Christian association on
iday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. All
|en and women of the city are in
ed to be present.
Tin the evening at 7:30 o'clock be
111 speak at the First Christian
lurch. On Sunday morning he will
beak in the Presbyterian church at
Sunday Vesper Service.
{An outdoor Y. W. C. A. vesper ser
fcce will be conducted on Sunday aft
rnoon at 4:30 o'clock on the H. W.
Juiskamp lawn, Ninth and Grand
venue, under the auspices of the
•eneva club. Violin music will be
rovided by the Misses Conlee, Mrs.
ilmer Welsmann will have charge of
be singing and Miss Maude Imme
art will preside. Talks will be given
Lake Geneva Conference—Miss
ena Chapman.
Western Conference—Miss Amanda
Winona Conference—Miss Elizabeth
Girls' Councill.
The girls' council of the Y. W. C.
will meet at the association build
on Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock
elect officers.
)rgan izations at Donnellson and
Charleston Ask That no Change
.be Made in Assessment.
Two more Lee county granges'have
Kiddressed letters to the board of
1 qualization and review, asking that
|.j change be made in the Mississippi
liver Power
tax assessment
Js made by Assessor S. H. Johnston,
•the two protests are from Charles
ton Grange No. 211-9 and Columbia
(Grange No. 2117 at Donnellson.
I The Jolly Booster Grange at Mount
iKamill and the Montrose Grange
(have already protested against any
[exemption of the Mississippi Wver
Power company from payment of
I taxes.
Preaching to the Preacher.
Washington County^- Press:- A
Iprfhcher from a nearbj* town was in
(Washington one day lafct week with
fa $3 or $4 church job_ peddling It
I around to all the printing offices for
a price. In his home town there is a
good newspaper which furnishes the
pastor and his church publicity every
'week, and it struck us that he is a
.very ungrateful man who would take
his printing to another town, even if
he could save 50 cents on it.
St. Peter's Catholic church. Rev. J.
W. Gillespie, pastor.—Masses, 6:16.
7:30, 9:00 and 10:30 a. m.
St. Mary's Catholic church. Rev.
George G. Glglinger. pastor.—Masses,
and 10:(»'j a. m. ^...-v
St. Francis de Sales. Rev. J. M.
Dunnion, pastor.—Masses, 8:00 a. JO.,
and 10:00 a. m.
St. Mary the Virgin, Episcopal,
High, and Fourteenth streets, Rev.!
John C. Sage, pastor. Sunday school
4 p. m., evening prayer 6:30 p. m.
St. Luke's Chapel, 1402 Bates street,
John C. Sage, pastor, Deaconess
Smith, superintendent. All children
of the nelghborhod are invited. Sun
day school 2:30 P. m.
Swedish Evangelical Lutheran
church, Twelfth and Morgan, Rev. 8.
tC. Franzen, pastor. Morning eervlco
at 10 o'clock, Sunday school at 11:30.
a. m., evening service at 7:30. A cor
dial welcome Is extended to all.
Unitarian church, O. F. Elliott, min
ister, Mrs. Henry Schouten, soloist.
Services at 10:30. Subject of dis
course "Humanitariasm In Theory
and Practice." Sunday school at
11:45. The woman's Alliance meets
with the Misses Mitchell, Iowa and
Pleasant Avenue, Monday at 3:00 p.
St. John's Episcopal, Concert at"*
Fourth streets, Rev. John C. Sag?!,
rector. Rev. A. Lee Jones, assistant
First Sunday after Easter. Holy com
munion 8 a. m. Sunday school 9:45 a.
m. Morning prayer 11 o'clock with
sermon by the rector. The evening
prayer service is discontinued until
fall. A cordial invitation is extended
to everyone to attend our services.
First Congregational church, corner
Sixth and High street. Rev. Frank
G. Beardsley, S. T. D., pastor —Sun
day school, 9:30 a. Morning wor
ship, 10:45, "What is Our Duty to the
Church?" Y. P. S. C. E. at 6:30 p.
m. Evening worship, 7:30. "What is
the Measure of a Man?" The public
is invited.
Swedish Ml E. church, corner Twelf
th and Concert Sts., Clarence H. Lind,
•pastor. Preaching service at 10:45 a.
m. and 7:45 p. m. Sunday school at
9:30 a. m., Epworth league at 7:00 p.
m. Prayer and bible study Wednes
day evening 7:45 o'clock. All are
welcome to these services.
First Chruch of Christ, Sciolist,
726-782 Main street, second floor.—
Services at 10:45 a. m. Subject,
"Everlasting Punishment." Sunc^.y
school at 9:45 a. m. Wednesday
evening meeting at 7:45 o'clock.
Reading room, same address, open
every afternoon except Sunday from
2:30 to 4:30 o'clock.
Redeemer English Lutheran church.
Place of worship is the Baker Mis
sion chapel on Twelfth Deiween
Timea and Des Moines streets. M.
Engel, pastor, 513 South Eleventh
school at 9 o'clock.
The morning services at 10:30 will be
devoted to examination and confirma
tion. The sacrament of the Lord's
supper will also be administered.
There will be no evening services
Pilgrim's «*st Baptist church, Four
teenth and Exchange St., Rev. J. H.
Helm, pastorjp residence 1819 Bank
St. Sabbath school at 10 a. m.t Mrs.
Bertie Helittf supt. Rev. Dr. G. D.
Saunders, D. D., of Bowling Green,
Mo., who ls^assisting in the revival
service will Jpreach at both morning
and evening services. The choir
will render special music at both ser
vices. Bible"class meets at 5:30 p. m.
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Say to your dealer:
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With the ZIG ZAG TAG!"
Then you'll get a bag of the best
Portland Cement
bearing a tag like this
and the name
1% Marquette Portland Cement
For sale by
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Made bv Marquettd Cement Manufacturing Co.
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sharp. Mr. Geo. W. Smith, vice presi
dent. A cordial Invitation Is extend
ed to the public to attend each ser
The Swedish Evangelical Lutheran
Mission church, corner of Fourteenth
and Morgan atreets, C. J. Algott, pas
tor, 317. North Fourteenth St. Sun
day school at 9:30 a. m. Morning
services at 10:46. Communion and re
ceiving of new members at 11:25 a.
m. Evening services at 7:30. You
are invited to come and attend the
services of the day. It I8 the Lord's
day, and let us keep it holy.
The United Presbyterian church,
corner of Blondeau and Ninth streets,
H. B. McElree, pastor, 803 Franklin
St. Sabbath school at 9:30. L. A.
Hamill, Supt. W. C. Virgin, assistant.
The aim of the school for this year
Is "Every member of the Sabbatn
school in church'. Every member of
the church In the Sabbath school."
Come and help make this aim a
reality. Mornihg service at 10:45.
Subject of sermon, The Devil De
feated. Because of servfbes at Sum
mltville at 3 p. m., there will De no
evening service. Y. P. C. U. at 6:30.
All, are welcome at any or all of these
First Christian church. Tenth and
Blondeau street. Wallace R. Bacon,
pastor.—The orchestra, under the di
rection of Mr. J. C. Hedrick, will play
for fifteen minutes, beginning at 9:30
a. m. The sessions of the church
school will open at 9:45, with Mr. L.
G. McKinley as superintendent. Pub
lic worship at 10:45, with sermon by
the pastor, "Vision and Service."
Special music by the choir. The
Christian Endeavor societies will
meet as usual at 6:30 p. m. Hon.
Eugene W. Chafin will speak at 7:30
p. m. His theme will be "Prohibition
in 1916." The public is cordially in
vited to all of these services.
F|rst "Westminster Presbyterian
church, Seventh and Blondeau streets,
Rev. E. B. Newcomb, D. D„ pastor.
Services at 10:45 ft. m. and 4:30 p. m.,
with preaching by the pastor. Morn
ing sermon on '^Building a Church."
The music will Include the anthem,
"The Lord is Exalted," and the solo
by Mrs. Sandberg, "Tarry With Me."
The afternoon subject will be "The
Multitude and the Master." Mts.
Schouten will sing "Hear My Cry Oh
Lord," and the anthem will be "Hall,
Gladdening Sight.'' A very cordial
invitation is extended to the public.
Bible school with classes for adults
at 9:30 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E. at 5:30
p. m., Immediately following the after
noon service.
St. Paul's Evangelical church, Elev
enth and Exchange Sts., A. C. Ernst,
pastor. Divine worship 10:30, in Ger
man. Subject, "Ein Fruehlinp in der
mhrlstenheit." Anthems, "Allmaech
tiger und Allguetiger," by H. Haver
kamp and "Mein .-Steurmann," by Ira
iB. Wilson. English services at 7:30
p. m. Subject, "Christ's Guage on
Power." Choir, "Awake, O Soul,
Awake," by L. C. Read, and "He Lead
eth Me," by G. A. Grant-Schaefer.
Sunday school 9:10 a. m. Bible class
es for men and women. The pastor
will teach the men's Baraca class.
The churoh council meets Monday at
7:30 p. m. Ladies Aid on Thursday
afternoon. You are always welcome.
Baptist church, corner Eighth and
Blondeau street Pastor, F. B. Mc
Allister.—Sunday school service at
9-30 a. m. Dr. J. E. Forney, superin
tendent Mr. Arthur L. Petry, assist
ant superintendent. Morning preach
ing service at 10:45. Subject of ad
dress, "The Effect of Excuses." Baker
Mission at 2:30 p. m. Mr. Claude
Townsend, superintendent. Junior
Union at 3:30 p. m. Young people's
service led by Helen Auld, at 6:30
p. m. At the evening mass meeting
the pastor will give another 'halk
talk, the subject of the talk will be
"The Great Pay-day When No Wife
Will Go Through Her Husband's
Pockets." Bring your friends.
Trinity Methodist Episcopal church,
corner Tenth and Main streets. F.
C. Edwards, minister. H. F. Krueger,
Sunday school superintendent. Miss
Anna Ritter, primary superintendent.
Public worship, 10:45 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Morning sermon by Rev.
Dr. Dudley of Indlanola, Iowa, on "Ax
Handle Hickory." Evening subject,
"Was Christ a Fanatic, an Imposter,
or a Divine Savior?" The sermon
will be followed by reception of mem
bers and baptism. Sunday school,
9:30 a. m. Junior league, 2:30 p. m.
Epworth Volunteers and Senior
league, 6:30 p. m. Prayer meeting
Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Subject. "Why
I Want Others to be Christians."
First Methodist Protestant church,
Twelfth and Exchange streets. Rev.
E. LeRoy Steffey. pastor, 1103 Bank
street.—Sunday school at 9:3 a. m.
Mr. S. B. McCoy, superintendent.
Classes well taught, for all. Y. P.
S. C. E. prayer meeting at 6:30 p. m.
Topic, "Using Sunday." Loader, J. L.
Stutenburg. At 10:45 a. m„ the pas
tor will deliver the first of a series
of three lectures on the soneral
theme, "The Methodist Protestant
Church." using for his theme, "The
History and Elementary Principles of
the Methodist Protestant Church" At
7:30 p. m., sermon on the subj.-ct,
"God's Matchless Power." Text, "He
is able." Prayer meeting and month
ly business meeting Wednesday even,
ing at 7:30. The honest fellowship
of this church gladdens and cheers.
Second Presbyterian church, Reid
and streets. Pastor. J. C. Hughes,
1718 "Park street.—Church schoo', 9:15
a. m. Rock Hall Mission school, 2:30
p. m. Young people's meeting, 6:30
p. m. Prayer circle, 10:40 a. m.
Preaching services, 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m. Subject of morning sermon,
"Human and Divine Co-operation in
Salvation evening subject, "The
Word That Multiplied." The orches
tra will render some selections. Tues
day evening the former members of
the church will meet to welcome the
recently rocaived members. An in-
-7. ,'s *.
will change
*Lon£ race!
And One Dose Has Often Dis
pelled Years of Suffering.
Mayr's Wonderful Remedy can real
ly be termed WONDERFUL. Nc
matter where you live—you will find
people who have suffered with Stom
ach, Liver and Intestinal Ailments
etc., and have been restored to healtfc
and are loud in their praise of this
remedy. It acta on the source and
foundation of these ailments, remov
ing the poisonous catarrh and bile
accretions, taking out the inflamma
tion from the intestinal tract and
assists in rendering the same anti
septic. Sufferers are urged to try one
dose—which alone should relieve your
suffering and convince you that Mayr's
Wonderful Remedy should restore you
to good health. Put it to a test today.
Send for booklet on Stomach Ailments
to Geo. H. Mayr, Mfg. Chemist, 156
Whiting St.. Chicago, or better still,
Obtain a bottle from your druggist.
*or sale by druggists everywhere.
orrr s?fsT"'T-
The best possible
investment. High
prices for metals and other
materials has caused a
great many manufacturers to in
crease prices. It behooves the
purchaser of a 1916 car to make
his selection and place his order
for a Buick now. There are two
courses now open: either skimp
on material or later raise the
price. The first course will never
happen with a Buick, as quality
is always considered before the
teresting program will be provided, ney general recommended it. but Sec
Mid-week prayer meeting Wednesday, retary Lane office declared It was
7:30 p. m. The public cordially in- pernicious legislation.
Lind in Scandal.
Decorah Republican: Now John
Lind, "personal representative," and
unconfirmed plenipotentiary of Mex
ico, is involved in a scandal. It seems
he recommended an amendment to
the land laws as valuable. The
amendment would have confirmed
Mr. Lind's title to several thousand
acres of timber land with an esti
mated value of $400,000. The attor-
Buy Your Buick NOW
28 North Third Street
National League.
•Clubs— Won. Lost. Pet.
Chicago 8 4 .€G7
Philadelphia 3 .667
Boston '6 -625
Brooklyn 4 3 .571
St. Louis
Cincinnati 7 .46*
Pittsburgh 5 7 .417
New York I 7 .125
Results Yesterday.
At Pittsburgh, 5-11-0: Cincinnati,
At Philadelphia, S-13-4 Brooklyn,
At Chicago. 7-13-0 St. Iouis, O-2-O.
At Boston-New York, snow.
Games Today.
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh.
at Chicago.
Brooklyn at New York.
Philadelphia at. Boston.
American League.
Clubs Won. Lost. Pet.
9 5
Detroit 8 5 .61
New York 5 .545
Cleveland 7 6 .'3S
St. Douis & I
(Philadelphia 3 9 -o0
Results Yesterday.
At Cleveland, 2-5-1: Chicago, 1-5-2.
At New York, 2-1.2-0: Boston, 3.-7-0.
At Washington, 7-6-2 Philadelphia,
At St. Lioaiis, 5-9-2 Detroit, £-10-2.
Garneg Today.
Chicago nt St. Louis.
Cleveland at Detroit.
Boston at Washington.
New York at Philadelphia.
i- *V --fWrY*:
Don't let the makers
experiment at your
expense. Performance is
more important than
promises. Analyze all automo
bile advertising statements
study the records of the car and
the company. Remember the
motor is the main thing in a
motor car, and above all the
Buick Valve-in-Head motor is
the most powerful, the most eco
nomical. A Buick Valve-in-Head
motor car is a strictly gilt-edge
Hannibal 2 1 .fifi7
Mollne 2 1 .6K7
Rock Island 1 2 .333
Bloomington 1 2 .333
Peoria 1, 2 .333
Rockford 1 2 .333
Results Yesterday.
At Quincy. l-7i2 Peoria, 7-8-0.
At Hannibal, 7-12-3 Bloomington,
At Davenport, 8-9-0' Rockford, 0-3-2.
At Moline, 1-9-1 Rock Island, 2-7-0.
On Sunday afternoon the Keokuk
Tigers will play the powder works
team at Mooar, Iowa. The game- is
called for 2:30 o'clock. The Tigers'
battery will bo Long, CNeil and An
The Keokuk Electric company base
ball team will play the Nauvoo nine
at Nauvoo tomorrow afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. The Electric line-up is as
follows: Anderson, Woodberry
and Whiterib, p: Clink, lb Sargent,
2b Buck, ss M, Roan, 3b Sisley,
If H. R«an, cf Turner, rf.
At the Grand.
The six part Blue Uibbon c-medy,
"The Dust of Egypt," with Edith
Story, Antonio Moreno. Itughie Mack,
Jay Dwiggins, pdw.ird Elkas. Wm|
Shea, Naoma Childers, Ethel Corcoran
and other popular stars will be
shown at the Grand tonight. "The
Dust of Egypt" is an elaborate spec
tacle, wonderfully staged, cleverly
'directed and marvelously acted. It
I combines the ancient, mediaeval and
I the present day and is filled to over
flowing with surprises. "The Dust of
(Egypt" is original in the extrem-J. It
I opens up a new phase and presents
College Baseball.
Eureka college, 10: Iximbard. 2.
Ames. Iowa, 2 Missouri University,
Lehigh, 13: Trinity, 0.
Three-Eye League.
Clubs— Won. Lost. Pet.
Quincy 2 1 .^67
3 1 ,W7
a new series of climaxes never before
attempted on the screen. There will
be three shows tonight at 7, 8:15 and
Dustin Farnum as Ben Blair, the
strong-hearted plainsman in the Pal
las picture "Ben Blair." is given a
role that wins the respect and sympa
thies of all those who enjoy a stir
ring western story well told. In this
production Dustin Farnum has an ex
ceptionally suitable part to display
his robust talents.
The screen adaptation is from the
well known book "Ben Blair," writ
ten by the late Will Lillibridge,
Winnifred Kingston plays the prln
cipal feminine role, the part of Plor
ence Winthrop, who after a girl In the
west deserts it for the gaieties of
society in the east.
The story is of his winning his boy
hood sweetheart back to the glorious
I freedom of the cattle country. One ot
the chief features of this excellent
production is the strength of the sup*
porting cast. The co-workers being
such well known players as Herbert
Standing, the London actor who has
been associated with the greatest play
ers of the English stage, Lamar John
stone, Lydia Yeamans Titus, Page
Peters, Virginia Foltz, F. A. Bonn and
others who were especially engaged
because of appropriate talents maki
the support complete. "Ben Blair' Js
tho offering at the Grand tomorrow
evening and Monday afternoon and
THey Are Requested to Make Display
of Wares Which His Highness
Would Use.
The merchants of the city h&ve
asked to make a display of wares for,
his highness, the baby, during Baby'
Week, which commences May 15.
This includes all branches of business
which handle commodities for the
baby. The dry-goods, furniture storow
drug stores, shoe stores—in fact ev
ery lino of business which has any
thing to sell for the baby 1s asked ta
make a window display with these as
chief features.
The request was made of the of
ficers of the Retailers' league by
those in charge of Baby Week.
While not all people are generous,
the motion for a vote of thank* nm«T.
ly carries. £9
How's This?
We offer Oiip Htmdre* Dollara Kawmtd tqeaag
cue ot Catanb that caonot to and to HllW
Catarrh Cure
We. the nndertlgoeo.
Chrney for the l&t 15 ,J, trosineH
perfectly honorr/ble V1 rlrry out
and financially »ble
made b/
I "P**1 prog*""*

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