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FRIDAY, JULY 7, 191*
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AMUSEMENTS "AMU SEMENTS
Come Wher-e It's Coolest
and You'll Find thef Very
Best in Motion Pictures
GRAND-TONIGHT
Lasky night, the great Japanese actor
Sessue Hayakawa
'I?'«
In a powerful drama of the California race conflict
'ALIEN SOULS"
And, by popular request, a second showing of. the Keystone
of Love"
The beautiful Paramount star In a stirring drama
Hazel Dawn in" The Feud Girl"
run
Charlie's Latest and Best Comedy In 2 acts and '2,000 Laughs.
INFANTILE
K: PARALYSIS
(Continued from page 1}
up with the department of agricul
ture.
One case of infantile paralysis was
reported to the health service today
at Winfield, Kansas.
Groping in the dark, certain only
that a germ causes the disease, the
public health Bervice Is trying to
save the babies of the country. The
government is also fighting ignorance
of mothers and fathers. The fight has
two phases—before a baby Is attacked
and during its illness.
In the first phase—prevention—
general rules of health only are neces
sary.
In the second, the first step Is to
.send ^for a doctor.
Some of the rules tor prevention
•were given the United Press today
by Dr. William C. Rucker, assistant
surgeon general.
Care in the baby's diet.
Prompt attention to intestinal dis
orders.
Proper milk—preferab'y mother's
milk.
Plenty of sleep—sixteen hours a
day for babies less than one year old.
Elimination of flies.
In case of illness—and especially
•when infantile paralysis In present in
a city, a doctor should be called im­
ZuZu ZuZu ZuZu
Oh
say
You say
ZuZu
to your grocer man
and you 11 get snappy,
spicy ginger snaps
NATIONAL BISCUIT
COMPANY
ONLY
with Chester Conklin
Saturday's Special 2:30, 4, 7, 8:15, 9:30
P,ctureB made by the Industrial Dept. of the
C.B.&Q.R.R. ?SE KEOKUK DAM
Sunday and Monday Triangle Program
H. B. Warner in "The Raiders"
HIPPODROME
•TONIGHT
ROBERT WARWICK
$•''[ In the most sensational underworld production of the year
HUMAN DRIFTWOOD
The story of how an evil daneer Infatuates a young bachelor, who
in later years comes to snatch the woman's niece from a life of
degradation, and later marries her, told in such a vivid manner as
to make your blood boll and fist to clench despite yourself.
DON'T MISS IT. It Will Surely PJease You
Mat's 2 to 5 Tomorrow Evo.: 6:45—7:45 8:45—9:45
Charles Chaplin
in "POLICE"
7, 8:15
& 9:30
mediately, Dr. Rucker said.
Perhaps the greatest danger from
the disease Is the first twenty-four
hours when many parents are try
ing to cure their babies by home
treatment, Dr. Rucker said.
Diet and rest are the principal
treatments. The disease is noticed
first by fever, pains an-1 intestinal
disorders. It may cause death in a
day or it may attack a baby BO slight
ly that beyond a day's Illness no bad
effects will be felt.
GERMANY IS ABLE
1 TO HOLD LINE
(Continued from page 1)
lly bombarded our new positions In
Bernafay wood, at Momtauban and
near LaBolselle, sometimes using
lachrymose shells.
"At the Loos salient the enemy ar
tillery was particularly active and
also opposite Hulluch."
Severe FiShting.
BERXJN, July Ti—Severe fighting
is going on both north and south
of the Somme, where the allies have
resumed their offensive, the war of
fice announced this afternoon. Lively
engagements occurred last night
south of Contalmalson, noar Hem and
around the village of Estrees.
—Advertise In The Gate City.
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ILLEGAL SALE OF
LIQUOR IS GHARG]
Charles Williams and James Simon
Arrested toy Authorities
For Alleged Boot
legging.
BOTH PUT UP $200 BOND
8eventy-Nine Bottles of Beer Re
turned, to C. J. Truslow, Fol
lowing Hearing Yester
day Afternoon.
Charles Williams^ colored, better
iknown as "Big Jack" and James Si
mon, "Skeeter Jim" were both arrest
ed on warrants charging them with
illegal sale of liquor. In the superior
court this morning both gave $200
'bond and took time to plead and con
sult counsel.
The police allege that Williams sold
liquor at the "Colored club" at Thir
teenth and Main streets on July 1.
Simon Is accused of peddling It on
the street on July 3.
Seventy-nine bottles of ibeer seized
by the police on the premises of C. J.
"Duffey" Truslow in a raid on Jerry
Stack's Btore at Eleventh and Main
streets on May 25, were returned to
the owner following a condemnation
hearing In the superior court yester
day afternoon at 3:00 o'clock.
No record of sales could be proved
against Truslow. He declared that
he had the beer for his own personal
use, had not sold any of It and did
not Intend to violate any law.
AMUSEMENTS.
Robert Warwick Tonight,
The appearance at the Hippodrome
theatre tonight of Robert Warwick
and Frances •'Nelson In the World film
•five-part feature, "Human Driftwood"
should be an Item of exceptional In
terest to theatregoers in this city, for
it is a certainty that when the hero
of "The Mian of the Hour." "the Dol
lar Mark," "The Fruits of Desire,"
"The Supreme Sacrifice," and a hun
dred other noted features is shown in
a feature among features.
The story of "Human Driftwood"
is that of a young bachelor in New
York who becomes Infatuated with a
girl of the dance halls, who seeks
bis acquaintanceship that she may
lead a band of crooks in his apart
ment and rob his safe. As two of
the gang were operating on the Bafe,
Hendricks came In- Myra was start
led, and as Hendricks and her lover
of the underworld came to a fight,
Myra picked a revolver and, ^shooting
to kill Hendricks, killed her iron lov
er.
FBANC3.NE1S0N
Ult fKIFTWOaC
Years later Hendricks was sent for
by Father Harrigan in Alaska to as
sist him In cleaning up the vile con
ditions existing there. Myra now had
a dance hall there, and was breaking
in her niece, Velma, to the life of
a daocer, when Hendricks arrived.'
He did not recognize Myra, although
she recognized him. When Velma
fell in love with Hendricks-, and the
town bully, who had "struck it rich"
in the gold fields, Myra sold Velma
for gold, a fight ensued between Hen
dricks and the bully, in which the
bully met with a frightful death,
bringing Velma and Hendricks to
gether, and paving the way for true
love to take Its course.—'Advertise
ment.
New Ladky Drama Tonight.
Seseue Hayakawa, the powerful
Japanese actor, appears in a new
picture, "Allen Souls," at the Grand
tonight only. His leading woman. Is
his wife, Tsurn Aoki. a cunning little
Jap lady, who walks right- into the
I hearts of her audiences by her per
sonality of charm and her oriental
beauty.
The Keystone two reel farce, "Cind
ers of Love," featuring Chester Conk
lin, which amused the audiences at
the Grand last night, will be repeat
ed tonight, by popular request.
Famous in the annals of Japan as
one of the leading actors of the far
east, Sessue Hayalca/wa by reason of
a series of appearances in photo
plays produced by the Jesse Ll L^sky
Feature Play company, steps from
among the ranks of photoplay actors
Into the list of stars with bis forth
coming production "Alien Souls."
Hayakawa ta best remembered by
thousands who saw his extraordinary
work In support of FSannie Ward In
"The Cheat." iLIke "The Oheat"
"Alien Souls" was made tor the Lasky
company by the Paramount program.
Aa a special for Saturday, the
Grand will show a new Paramount
picture tomorrow, 'Hazel Dawn in
"The Feud Girl," a sure delight. On
the same program are new pictures of
the Keokuk dam made "by the C., a
& Q. R. Rl, tor industrial purposes,
and Che films are to 'be shown broad
cast over the United States,—lAdvar
tlsement.
THE DAILY GATE CITY
FOND GIN BY
FORMER RESIDENT
.Mrs. Mtolile Fela Offers Over Mil
lion Dollars for Establishment
of Single Tax Colony
In Palestine.
LIVED HERE YEARS AGO
Mrs. Fels Is Widow of Millionaire
Soap Man and Exponent of
Single Tax Idea for
Country.
Mrs. Mbllte Pels, a former Keokuk
woman, has offered a fund of over
one million dollars for the founding
of a single tax colony In Palestine.
Mrs. Fels Is the widow of Joseph FelB,
millionaire teoap ftnantifacturer, and
single tax advocate. Cn the death of
her husband, Mrs. Fels continued his
woTfe
Frieinds of Mrs. Fels In Keokuk will
be Interested In watching her activi
ties in the -business field and especial
ly in this tax campaign.
The following from Philadelphia
will give a better Idea of what Mrs.
Fels Is attempting to accomplish with
her gift:
Mrs. Joseph Fels of 3640 Chestnut
street, single tax advocate and social
worker, today offered the Federation
of American Zionists a: sum of money
large enough to establish a single tax
colony In Palestine. This sum prob
ably will exceed a million dollars.
Bernard A. Rosenbatt, a New York
lawyer, chairman of the Palestine
committee, today made the report
that Mrs. Fels would give a donation
large enough to support the coloniza
tion movement of the Jewish people
provided that a plan for the coloniza
tion along the single tax plan could
be worked out satisfactorily.
Resolution* approving the plan of
self-taxation of Zionists throughout
the United States to create an emer^
pency fund to further the work of the
Zionists in Palestine and thanking
the state department for its co-opera
tion in relieving suffering Jews
abroad wer© adopted by the Federa
tion of American Zionists.
Judge Julian W. Mack of Chicago
urged the student delegates to unite
in the dissemination of the Zionistic
propaganda "by which the goal of es
tablishing a Jewish colony in Pales
tine will ultimately be reached."
He said the work of the present
generation would be the foundation
for a successful conclusion of the
movement, and emphasized the ne
cessity of the students to prepare
themselves for leadership in future
Zionistic work.
Hungarians Alarmed.
GENEVA. July 7.—Dissension be
tween Austrian and Hungarian states
men over the disposition of the Aus
tro-Hungarlan armies was reported in
advices received here today.
The Hungarians, greatly alarmed at
the prospects of a Russian invasion,
successfully urged the withdrawal of
troops from the Italian front to help
check the Slavs. The Italians imme
diately advanced in the Trentino and
the Austrian leaders appealed to the
government to stop the transfer of
troops from the Italian front, lest
Trent and the surrounding region fall
Into Italian hands.
Music Has an Odor.
CHICAGO, July 7.—Robert W. Stev
ens, director of music at Chicago uni
versity found a new use for the hu
man nose today—smelling music.
Bach kind of music has a distinctive
smell, Stevens said. The Sousa march
has a piercing sharp Oder. "Sampson"
smells like onions, and ragtime like
hash for Instance.
Every Weman Staid Ise
Every Week Shunpoe
&
To Preserve Her Hair
If wosoen would use an Anti-Septic
Dil Shampoo instead of the soaps and
lhampoos now so commonly used, they
would improve rather than inj
are th«
ielicate hair plants.
The hair plant is an oil plant and to
wash it with soaps or shampoos con
taining free alkali work* great injury.
It not only cuts the natural oil of tn«
hair bnt it destroys the fatty roots of
the hair plant causing the hair to eenu
sut.
EVERT WEEK Aim-SEPTIC OIL
SHAMPOO cleanses and purifies th«
scalp dissolves and removes dandruff,
opens the clogged hair-cells and leaves tlu
scalp soft and healthy.
It leaves the hair soft, lustrous, fluff)
tnd easy to handle.
Excellent for-aen and children also
A large bottle holding 54 teaspoon
Palm 50*.
Wilkinson CO., Hotel xowa Pnar
macy, Crescent Pharmacy, McGrath
Bros.. Scott O'Reilly, City Drug
Store, Englehardt ft Co., J. F. Kied
aisch ft Son. W. H. Siegfried and all
other dealers la drugs and toilet
articles.
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Do Your
With
A 4-in-l
Vacation
You can visit three
great National Parks
and Colorado—all dif
ferent—on a Barling
ton low-fare Summer
excursion vacation
ticket, or you can go di
rect to either one of
them.
Yellowstone—the land
of geysers and water
falls, is weird and mys
terious.
Glacier—is different—
nothing else in the
world like it.
Rocky Mountain Estes
—the charm of which is
not to be catalogued—
is an ideal vacation spot
for people of all ages.
or ad o— he a
which gave the word
vacation" anew mean
ing, always holds out
alluring inducements to
visitors.
They are all the work of the
Architect of ALL Things in
His rarest mood—ALL in
your own dear America and
ALL reached) by Burlington
service.
You owe it to yourself to see your own
country. Corns in and let me tell you
more about this wonderful circle tour
—coats less than you Imagine.
C. F. Conradt, City Ticket Agent,
Burlington Route, Fifth and Johnson
streets. Phone 97S.
PROFESSIONAL 0ARDS
•. H. AYRE8, CHIROPRACTOR.
Office 323 Blondeau St.
Phone 1411.
Office hours 9 to 12 a. m„ to 5 P.
m., 7 to 8 p. m.
Other hours and Snnday by appoint
ment.
W. J. ROBERTS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
88 North Fourth St.
Special Attenlon to Settling Estates
Bloomer Skirts.
NEW YORK, July 7.—Mrs. Bertha
Dietz woke up in Knickerbocker hos
pital today with a grudge against fate
aod her bloomer skirts. The things
ballooned and wouldn't let her sink
when she Jumped Into the Hudson
from a ferry boat. The net result of
her attempt at suicide is a bad cold
for herself and probably a medal for
the cop who hauled her out. She
wanted to die because she didn't feel
well.
Twenty-two Witnesses.
BOSTON, Mass., July 7.—Twenty
two persons, including ten now under
arrest, will appear before the grand
Jury when the probe Into the mystery
surrounding the death of Miss Mar
garet Ward begins today.
Little progress has been mad* In
Mi?
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AND MORE
Remember If you buy a range we w7/#
do all the piping free, from street to
range.
Our prices on gas ranges run from
$ia.OO to $37.oo
For further Information call 7SO
Keokuk Electric Co.
OOO Main Street
The warm weather
Is the best time
To lay Linoleum
For it will conform itself
Nicely to the floor
Our prices are reasonable
For the late advances
Are not added to the price
Patterns are the very best,
Workmanship the most carefull
Leaves Keokuk 12:15 P. M.
Arrives Ft. Madison 2:30 P. M.
Leaves Ft. Madison 4:00 P. M.
Arrives Keokuk 6:30 P. M.
MOONLIGHT
EXCURSION
LINQUIST BROS.
The Quality Store, 518 Main
AFTERNOON CRUISE
PAGE SEVEN
—ON—
—TO—
FT. MADISON, SUNDAY, JULY 9
CHICAGO.e
A
Cooking.
ECONOMICAL
K?
t.V'
SO cents
Leaves Keokuk 8:00 P. M.
Leaves Warsaw 8:30 P. M.
Returns Keokuk 11:00 P. M.
Returns Warsaw 11:30 P. M.
FARE: GENTLEMEN 50c LADIES 25c.
merica's Grandest
Three Way Trip
Phone 1224. T. S.
the case since the arrest of the six
men In an automobile In Salem early
Wednesday morning with the body of
the dead woman in the car. The men
continue to declare that the woman
was alive when taken from the War
ren street house, but the police claim
they have evidence that will show
death occurred at least twelve hours
before that time
Up th« bcaotlftel MlMlMtrpI br
to St. Paul. By rail to St. Louis via
CMeaca. Ttm hcna br itMmer.
S38 Round Trip, Meals and Bertfr
on Steamer Included.
Roiwl trip «f 3VS 4ay« can be uMbM by e»«t» ait SC
Paid, Cblcas* *04 St. Louis.
Enjer th« b*auti«a of the U»p«r MlitMppI elaar wataiv
towcrine bfofh, lock*. Kaakuk Dam. A mtnal trip Ml
nmrUrta(latn«it
STRECICFUS STEAMBOAT LINE
HarrMBton,
ST. PA"L TRIPS BY STEAMER
OwWayi 0X&.0O Row]Trips 0
I and bertb on steemer laduM. #%op etsi in 8t Paul as long desired
limit of ticket.
Agt^ Keokuk
Superfluous.
St- Louis Globe-Democrat: Some
fool college has decorated Col. George
Harvey, as if he needed a better title.
The Idea of Doc Harvey.
Subdued Emphasis.
Chicago Evening Post: When Mr.
Hughes says ungrudgingly that he la
satisfied It means almost the
thins as "bully!"
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