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MONDAY, OCT. 30,1916
HERE ON SUNDAY
passed Away at Horn® of Daughter In
the Afternoon, After Lengthy
Illness From Nerv
WAS BORN IN KEOKUK
Is survived by Son and Daughter and
,., Died Here In
Mrs. Addle May Frame, a life long
resident of Lee county, passed away
at the home of her daughter Mrs.
Ethel Miller, 115 North Firat street,
at 3:45 o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Frame bad been ailing for sev
eral years, but had only been con
fined to her bed for the last three
weeks. Death was the result of a
Mrs. Frame's maiden name was
&'v:Addie May Brown and she was born
in Keokuk on February 16, 1865,
being in her sixty-second year. She
bad lived at New Boston fifteen years
and near Mooar seven. During the
last seven years she had been a resi
dent of Keokuk and since' the death
of her husband two and one-half
years ago, had made her home with
her daughter, Mrs. Miller.
Her marriage to Morris II. Frame
occurred at ArobroBia, Iowa, on Sep
tember 4, 1872. Mr. Frame died on
.•April 28, 1914.
Two children survive, Adrian
Jt' Frame of Fairfield and Mrs. Ethel
if Miller of Keokuk. There are also
ffive grandchildren and two sisters,
jira. Ella Thomas, Keokuk, and Mrs.
Mabel Kite, New Boston.
Mrs. Frame was a member of the
The funeral Is to be held from the
home, 115 North First street, on
Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock.
Building on Oscar Storma' Place, To
|p gether With Horses and Auto
Ijjo"' mobile lis Destroyed.
A barn owned by Oscar Storms and
lituated on his property on the Mooar
Argyle country road, was burned last
night shortly after 10 o'clock. Five
bead of horses and the automobile
•which were in the barn were con
turned by the flames. The origin of
the fire is not known.
The Storms family attended church'
•. at Argyle and returned home before
gpiO o'clock. It was after their return
If^that the fire broke out.
How One of the Big Industries of Keo
kuk Being Carried on is
was employed. This was used in Hol
land, and the process of extracting the
honey was very wasteful as compared
Off to the Front!
Put yourself in top-notch
condition by eating Shred*
ded Wheat Biscuit, a food
that supplies the greatest
amount of body
Made at Niagara Falls, N
to the present day methods.
When left to themselves the bees
form irregular combs as shown in the
window. The modern methods of cul
ture are illustrated by a modern hive.
There is a section showing the bees at
work. The bees and the exhibit are
from the apiary of Miss Mitchell on
HOney is really one of the big local
Industries that people know but little
about. There are a number of bep
fanciers here, a^d they get several
hundred pounds of honey in a season.
TRIES OUT CITY
Composer's New Song "I'm Going to
Hide Away In Iowa," Introduced
Here For First Time.
A short time ago Miss Frankie
Siegel, who is on the vaudeville bill
at the Grand tonight, met Irving Ber
lin, the ragtime composer, in Chicago.
Miss Siegel has introduced several of
Berlin's songs and the composer asked
the singer where she was going.
"Oh, I am going to hide away in
Iowa for four weeks," she replied,
thinking of the vaudeville tour in this
state which she was about to start
on and on which Keokuk was to be
one of the Btops.
Yesterday Miss Siegel received the
manuscript copy of a song entitled
"I'm Going to Hide Away In Iowa"
and \he following telegram:
MCIss Frankie Siegel,
I have just written a song
called "I'm Going to Hide Away in
Iowa," which I have dedicated to
you, and which I am sure will be
a bigger hit than my Alexander's
Ragtime Band," or "Everybody's
Doing It," which you introduced
for me. .Try this one out and let
ttic know how the audience likes
It. Your song writing friend,
material with the least tax
upon the digestion. You
cannot get to "the front"
in any business with a poorly
nourished body. Delicious
for breakfast with sliced
peaches and cream.
will know that this "titS rather deliberaUons.
first boost on the road to p&f>ularity. ^een
CHICAGO, Oct. 30.—Wholesale gro
cers here were called into the office of
An exhibit of Keokuk made honey is
being:shown in one of the Main street v.—
stores. The exhibit shows not only jChas. Clyne, United States district at
the modern method of taking care of torney here today to be questioned con- strom, wno was
the bees, but also something of the old cerning the reported instructions sent plane flight from Chicago to New
"tyle methods in which a straw hive by wholesalers to retail grocers urging York, today postponed the trip
them to raise the prices on canned
goods to meet the advancing market
There has been
Advance in the
These staple, healthful and appetizing prod
ucts are obtainable right now from your grocer at
the same price you have been accustumed to pay.
this is exceptional, and you will,
lake advantage of it.
USE OF HONEY
State Bee Inspector Says That
High Cost of Living Can be
Cut by This
TAKES PLACE OF SUGAR
(Lots of Money Went to Waste This
Year That Otherwise
Could Have Been
Frank C. Pellett, state bee inspector,
is urging a greater use of honey as an
idea in reducing the high cost of liv
ing. He declares that it is a good sub
stitute for sugar.
"The food value of honey is greater
than moBt of the foods on the market,
and there is real economy in using it,"
said Mr. Pellett. "When butter is so
Mr. Pellett was in Des Moines yes
terday consulting with J- H. Hender-
Chicagov 111., Oct. 29.
commerce counsel. He asked the
aDDly to the
state to apply to th$ interstate com
merce counsel for a readjustment of
rates, so that Iowa honey can be ship
ped east. From points in Iowa to the
east honey comb goes as double first
class. From points east of the Missis
sippi river the same article goes as
second class. The difference in the
rate IS so great as to practically shut
Iowa bee growers out of the eastern
market, Pellett says.
Jury Cannot Agree.
t"United Press Leased Wire Servlce.J
GALVESTON, Texas, Oct. 30.—The
Jury trying John Copeland for the mur
der of William Black, anti-Catholic lec
turer, in Marshall, Texas, over a year
ago, reported shortly before 10 o'clock
The singer introduced it last night
and it received a big hand. Last-night ^ayVhaVn" was" hopelessly divided
was the first time it was ever sung in ^ay inai ii ^verdict.
public and if, when.the .Piece is P«J^j
lished it becomes a hit, Keokuk P®°Pfe I
refused to grant the jury's
to be discharged and ordered
8 o'clock Saturday night
Postponed Air Trip.
[United Press Leased Wiro Service.]
strom, who was to start on his aero-
cause of unfavorable weather condi
tions, he said. The start may be
1 11 a
ffHE DAILY CTATK HITr
NO DECISION ON
RAND PARK ZOO
This Was Report Made to the Civic
League Members at Meeting
SOME SUGGESTIONS MADE
People Were Asked to Point Some
Ways in Which Organi
The regular monthly meeting of
the Civic league was held on Satur
day afternoon in the girls' club room
of the Y. W. C. A. Miss Eleanor
Brown, 'presiding. Miss Caroline
Baldwin made the secretary's report,
and Miss Younker gave the financial
report. Reports of standing com
mittees were given, the park com-
BaiU -vir. rviiuii. TV u«u uunci 10 ow ~—.—9
high, honey can be used to advantage mittee reporting that the commis
«1 AM a Atvira/in /1T1
in many cases.
"Honey can be used in preserving
fruits, instead of using sugar. House
wives who have used honey In this
way will never again use sugar. The
use of honey in preserving brings out
the flavor of the fruit better than
"Iowa uses 7,000,000 worth of sugar
in making candy each year. Honey
c&n be used in making candy and it
makes candy which is superior to most
of the sugar candy on the market.
"More people in Iowa should take up
beekeeping. Last year enough honey
went to waste to balance the entire
state sugar bill, for the reason that
there were not enough bees to gather
it. There are some counties where
there are practically no bee-keepers.
"One man living in South Des
Moines made $1,000 last year On bee
keeping as a side line. He is a book
keeper and gives only a small portion
of his time to the bee business. Others
can do as well. Iowa produces the tln
est honey in the country and there is
always a good demand for it."
sioners being of a divided opinion on
the sale of the animals in the park,
nothing had been done as yet' in the
matter. One of the buffaloes is sick,
and indications are that it will die.
The committee reported that the
refuse cans recently placed in the
park are being used.
Mrs. J. J. Ayres reporting for the
social committee, asked what date
the members preferred for the an
nual Civic league luncheon. By a
vote it was decided to set the date
Miss Martha Baldwin spoke before
the league regarding the community
iband proposition. The sentiment
was strongly in favor of such an
In speaking of the city trees and
their conditions, it was reported that
some sort of insect is destroying the
walnut trees In this section." For
some time the elms have been infect
ed and have died in large numbers.
The walnut trees are in danger and
the tree committee was instructed to
investigate the matter. The tree
work is rather discouraging since
the spraying or treating cf a tree
here and there about the city doesn't
help matters much. To be effective
it must be a community affair. At
the beginning of the club year the
president asked for suggestions as to
civic work which various people
inside and outside the league
thought should be brought about. The
suggestions were diversified and
were all of a practical every day na
ture. One called attention to the
unsightliness of the empty Garfield
school building on North Fifth
street, and to the dilapidated build
ing on the corner diagonally across
from the school building. Both these
are on the street which is used more
than almost any other in town by
Another suggestion was that the
old pavillion in Hand park might be
made into toilet rooms and the ones
now in such a bad state, be elimin-
That if the street sweeper belong
ing to the city were used at night,
Main street could be kept cleaner
and at a smaller cost than the pres
ent method of hand Work. The ob
jection made by merchants in former
years was that the street sweeper
used in the day time made a cloud of
dust This objectionable feature
would be of small effect if the sweep
ing were done at night.
Another recommendation called at
tention to the unsightly spot where
a garage burned several years ago,
and where the debris has been al
lowed to remain. The approach to
the bridge and the surrounding of
the union station and boat landing
were epoken of by another, and the
first impressions made upon those
who come to the city.
A crusade against rats was sug
gested by another. The women of
Bloomfield, a year ago, opened war
against rats an mice, and the boast
is made tiiat the city is now free
from these two pests.
At the close of the meeting Miss
Brown read tie call for the first
district convention whioh will be
held in Mt. Pleasant November li,
with Mrs. Francis Whitley and Mrs.
Max Mayor as the principal sneakers.
Jumble of False Statements.
TUnited Press Leased Wire Servlce.J
©AN FRANCISCO, Oct 30.—Re
iterating his, denial of statements
attributed to him that President
Wilson had tried to add a postscript
to his famous "strict accountability"
not to Germany. Henry Brecken
ridge, former assistant secretary of
•war, has wired a local newspaper as
*T have just sent the following
telegram to Dr. Charles H. Bailey:
'Your letter to Grafton Cushlng is a
jumble of false statements and you
are an inconceivable wretch for ut
Breokenridge Who is at Delmote,
Calif., attending a conference of
hardware officials, declined today to
discuss the matter further.
Fire at Boarding Houaa.
[United Press Leased Wire Service]
NEW YORK, Oct. 30.—«Firemen
battered down doors and led several
actors to safety early today In a Are
In a theatrical boarding house bt 229
fourth street. Included
in the twenty persons trapped was
Mrs. Ellen M-cDonald. whom the fire
men found unconscious.
Lodge Will Make Reply.
rrnlted Press Leased Wire Service.]
BOSTON, Mass.. Oct 30.—Henry
Cabot Lodge. United States senator
from Massachusetts, whose attack on
President Wilson^ because of an al
leged postscript on the second Lusi
tania note and was denounced as
"beneath contempt," by former As
sistant Secretary of War Breoken-
In the screen version of
GEORGE ELIOT'S CELE
BRATED NOVEL IN 5 ACTS
on the Floss"
A WHOLESOME 80UL STIR
"Who's Who in Society"
WHY HAIR FALLS OUT
Dandruff causes a feverish irrita
tion of the scalp, the hair roo's
shrink, loosen and then the hair comes
out fast. To stop falling hair at once
and rid the scalp of every particle
of dandruff," get a 25-cent bottle of
Danderine at any drug store, pour a
little in your hanu and rub well into
the scalp. After a few applications
all dandruff disappears and the hair
stops coming out.
WHEN CROSS, FEVERISH AND
SICK GIVE "CALIFORNIA
SYRUP OF FIGS."
Children love this "fruit laxatlvo,"
and nothing else cleanses the teniHr
stomach, liver and bowels so nicely.
A child simply will not stop piny
ing to empty the bowels, and the re
sult is, they become tightly clogged
with waste, liver gets sluggish, stom
ach sours, then your little one be
comes crosB, half-sick, feverish, don't
eat, 'sleep or act naturally, breath is
bad, system full of cold, has sore
throat, stomach-ache or diarrhoea.
Listen, Mother! See if tongue is
coated, then give a teaspoonful of
"California Syrup of Figs," and in a
few hours all the constipated waste,
sour bile and undigested food passes
out of the system, and you have a
well, playful child again.
Millions of mothers give "Califor
nia Syrup of Figs" because it is per
fectly harmless children love it, and
it never fails to act on the stomach,
liver and bowels.
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent
bottle of "California Syrup of Figs,"
which has full directions for babies,
children of all ages and for grown
ups plainly printed on the bottle. Be
ware of counterfeits sold here. Get
the genuine, made by "California Fig
Syrup Company." Refuse any other
kind with contempt
ridge, will make "whatever reply
he eee» fit" at a republican rally ,at
Dr. Charles Hervey Bailey, of the
Tufts Dental school, on whose
authority Senator Lodge made the
charge, today reiterated his state
ment that the letter he wrote to
Grafton D. Cushing, which was quot
ed by Senator Lodge was a "fair
and not at all exaggerated" story
of his conversation with Brecken
Third Attempt at Suicide.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
CHICAGO, Oct. 30.—Adolph Kappel
wps lonely. There was no appiause
and the faces he used to see wreath
ed in smiles across the footlights
He was an old German actor of the
American and German stage type,
who was nearlng the eighty mile
mark. He could no longer sing and
the voice that once thrilled in drama,
or laughed In comedy was broken.
So Adolph who had played before
thrones of Europe way back in the
seventies, pulled the gas Jet from
the ceiling in his apartment, lay
down on the bed and awaited the
end. It was his third attempt at
Wireless Censors Removed.
[United Press Leased Wire Service.]
WASHINGTON, Oct. 30.—Admiral
Benson, acting secretary of the navy
today, said no foreign government's
request was rf sponsible for the ro
moval of Lieut. H. S. Keep and Lieut,
Charles S. Clarke as wireless censors
at Siasconet and Sayvllle. The ac
tion originated in his own office, Ad
miral Benson said, but he refused to
Boys Visit Markets,
[United Press Leased Wire Service]
NEW YORK, Oct. 30.—Twenty-four,
California 'boy prize winning farm-1
ers here on a trip, stopped today to
visit the markets to gather informa
tion on distribution.
Relieved in one mfrrute. Get compli
mentary can of Kon don's from
druggist Or bur a 2S cent tube. If it
doesn't do you $1 worth of food in a jiffy,
you can get your 25 cents bark from the
druggist or from the Koodoo Mfg. Co,
Use some quick. For colda,
coughs, nasal headache®, etc. Be
sure it the kind that's been uard
far 28 years —and by SO
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At 7, 8:15, 9:30 1, 2:30, 4, 7, 8:15, 9:30
The Greatest and Most Oaring Photoplay of all
A SMASHING DARING SUB
JECT PRODUCED IN A
SMASHING WAY! ENDORSED
BY MOTHERS and CLERGY.
THE MOST SENSATIONAL
THE MOST STARTLING
THE MOST AMAZING
PHOTOPLAY E.VER FILMED
Out of the courtesy to Woman and the sac
redness off motherhood all the matinee per
formances will be devoted exclusively to
NO MEN ALLOWED AT MATINEE SHOWS.
For the First time in the history of moving
pictures woman is given the opportunity to
pass judgement on the most DELICATE SUB
JECT and THE GREATEST EVIL OF THE DAY
attend the matinee shows each day at 1,2:30, 4:00
ADMISSION 25c ALL SEATS 25c
SHUBERT THEATRE, Minneapolis.
As rial as life, as wonderful as a vision.
Prologue by Flesh and Blood Actors
Symphony Orchestra Large Chorus
DAYS—FRI. AND SAT.—NOV. 3-4
KEOKUK OPERA HOUSE
Matinee, 25c to 76c. Eve., 25c to $1.00
HIGH CLASS, WESTERN MANAGERS' ASSOCIATION
TONIGHT at the GRAND
10c, 15c AND 26c—7:15 AND 9 O'CLOCK.
RESERVE SEATS FOR NKSHT SHOWS.
Frankie Siegal, The Minstrel Girl, Poshay& White,
Ctevtr Imitators, Dolph and Susie Levino, Comedy
Scetoh, 3 Old Soldiers, Old Time Magic
The regular opera house orchestra
will play every afternoon and night
for pictures, and the Grand now shows a new Paramount or
Trlanflle picture every day—Wednesday, Wm, H. Thompson
"The Eye of the Nlaht," and Fatty Arbuckle In "The Other Man
Thursday, Louise Huff and Lottie Plckford In "The Reward
Patlenoe." Com® EVERY night.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
801-304 Curry Bldg.
In the orphan's court of Allegheny
In ro estate of Charles H. P&ynter,
a supposed decedent. No. 624 June
Terra, 1916. Notice Is hereby given
that on October 28. 1916, the said
H. Paynter had been made out, and
I that he be re-iuired, if alive, or any
other person for him, to produce to
the said Court, on or before Tuesday,
I December 19, 1916, satisfactory evi^
I dence of his continuance in life
otherwise a Decree will be entered.
directing the Register of Wills of
I Allegheny County. Pennsylvania, to
issue Ancillary Letters of Admlnis
tratlon to the South Side Trust Com
pany of Pittsburgh, Pa.
that on uctoDer I
Court entered a decree that the legal Clerk of the Oiphan's Court of Alle
jnresumotlon of death of said Charles uheny County, Pennsylvania.
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