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sjs Jf PAGE EIGHT 3 v: ir: fo'- m. 'fl '^V»« Housecleaning Helps SCREEN WTRE PAINT Get them out, you will need them soon WALL PAPER CLEANER Saves expense of repaper ing. CHAMOIS SKINS Pats a gloss on your windows LUX Cleans your lace curtains FEATHER DUSTERS Goes after the dust CHINAMEL FURNITURE POLISH Makes the furniture shine easy Look sharp to tho fabric* In your olothos this season it's a timo when Loywitz Si Sons Real Clothes and Real Tailoring Mean More to You Than Ever This QUALITY OUGHT TO BE YOUR CHIEF CONCERN IN BUYING AS IT IS OURS IN SELLING. 2 You men who spend real money for your clothes want to be sure that you get good clothes for your money. Our patrons are getting Real Clothes and Real Woolens here as before, such as you will find in a Real Tailoring estab lishment as ours. Here we offer you the services of a Real Tailoring establish ment where your clothes are made in Keokuk where you can fun make your selection out of a large stock of Real Woolens that you can depend on.. Fabrics that will surpass any others for quality, style and service. IT'S ECONOMY TO BUY REAL CLOTHES NOW. OBEY THAT GOOD IMPULSE—SELECT EARLY. THIS SEASON. 500 MAIN ST. LADIES Attach Your Hose To a pair of our new Lace Oxfords Black or tan, high or low heels. Price per At tachment $5.00 MILLER, I Well-Known Banker Dead. [tJnited Press Ieased Wire Servicel NEW YDRK, April 18— Luther Kountz, aged seventy-three, one of the leading bankers in the TTnited States, is dead here today. With his brothers, he entered the banking business first in Omaha. Neb., organizing what later became the Xlrst National bank of Omaha. Later Ala CHINAMEL GOLD AND ALUMINUM PAINT Holds its brilliancy longer than any other kind PETERMAN'S DISCOVERY 2Sc Kills Bed Bags BLUE RIBBON POLISH Puts a lasting shine on your Brass, 10c, to $1.50 per can TURPENTINE, LINSEED OIL, MIXED PAINTS, PAINT BRUSHES, HOUSEHOLD AM. MONIA, MOTH BALLS. PROMPT DELIVERY TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS McGrath Bros. Drug Co. THE SHOEMAN 616 Main Street, Keokuk olora'io National he organized the I bank. srnding °ne -v"ar in 1-ondon' studying finance, hp returned rQ this country In 1870 and organic baking tirm of Kountz Bros Salt Lakers tUrn«i in th* jr.-r part of 31 .'Hhi.ooq in nro^ [collected in that revenue (list-jet America 8hall Win this war! Therefore, I will work, I will save, I will sacrifice, I will en dare, I will fight—cheerfully, and to my utmost—as if the whole issue of the struggle de pended on me alone. PLACE YOUR INSURANCE IN THE Iowa State lasaranee Company (Matual) Oldest Company In Iowa. Incorporated Jan., 1865 KEOKUK H. R. COLLI8SON Agent A J&, Wanted! Repairing eparr etio sh and :inm We Can Your screens in first class shape KEOKUK METAL WINDOW STRIP CO. Phone 1695. Exide Storage Batteries We Repair Afl Makes Phone 66 ABELL 419 UVESDteMxl Main St. Southern League Open*. rt'nited Press Leased Wire Service ATLANTA, Ga_. April 18.—-With :.h#? proftpecta brigbt for one of tno most successful seasons in history, the Southern league today will 'he lid off its 1918 season. Sterescoplc X-ray apparatus has b®en invented by an electrician to give surgeon* instantaneous perspective of objects imbedded fa human flesh. THE DAILY GATE CITY AND CONSTITUTION-DEMOCRAT SEiffiFUG iai ?4"H., smpirs Beautiful Emblem With Fourteen Stars Haa Been Hung in the ,, Corridor of Local Hospital. DOCTORS AND NURSES Eight of the Former and Six of the Latter Are the Ones Hon ored By This Emblem. A handsome service flag with four teen stars for eight doctors and six nurses who are in the service of the American forces was hong yesterday for the first time in the corridor of St. Joseph's hospital. The flag is pre sented by the nurses and undergradu ates. It is of satin, the center, of course, being white with the wide red border and the blue stars sprinkled over the white field. The doctors' stars are for the fol lowing: H. A. Gray and F. M. Fuller, in service with Unit R, over there. Brace L» Gllfillan and William Ran kin with the regular army corps, over there. Wm, Paul Sherlock, George R. Narr ley and Fred C. Smith, the latter with the navy at Hampton Roads. O. T. Clark who expects to enter service soon. The nurses' stars are for: Mrs. Dora Blank, Misses Margaret C. Henke, Blizabeth Connelly and Grace Bell with Unit R, over there. EJva Biery, with U. S. army reserve corps at San Francisco. Mary Oldham at Little Rock, Ark. The hospital people are more than proud of their emblem, as well they I might be. The flag represents a good 1 portion of the staff of doctors and a good percentage of nursing graduates in the service at this time. As others join, their stars will be added. CITY NEWS. —Minnows for sale, foot of Main. —Knights of Pythias dance tonight. —You can save money if you buy shoes at Ludwig's. —We remodel, retrim hats gladly now. Lowitz' special hat sale also. —Fresh perch and carp dressed. 12%e per N. Keokuk Fish Co., foot of Main street. —U. C. T. dance Saturday April 20. U. C. T.'s and friends invited. Rights of admission reserved. Cameron's halL —Regular ir.eeting of Keokuk lodge No. 106. B. P. O. E., tonight at 8 o'clock. Elks' hall. Sixth and Blon deau streets. Visitors invited. —The peace and quiet of Rag Alley, so the records state, was disturbed last night by Pina Hogan, who was charged in superior court this morn ing with being drunk and disturbing the peace. —Packecfc^^nck lodge No. 43 meets every Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock. Wtt Van Steemwyk. N. G. George W. bontegart. permanent secretary. Tort in third degree. —We remodel, retrim hats gladly aow. Ijbwitz* special hat sale also. —Fred Mason was a visitor in Judge VcXusura's wort this morning. He va« charged with disturbing the peace of Mrs. Jennie King. He was placed oder bond of $100 and an effort is be ing made to get the man and his fam ly ost of the city. His attorney wants *«•*..days or more In which to complete he transaction. —For bargains in shoes, got to Lud wig's. 1004 Main. ~—m. consultation room is being in the council rooms at the city jflSces. The room is ten by ten feet sad is being built at the end of the oomcfl chambers toward Blondeau street. The room will be very con -enieat for small meetings or consul -attoa where people who would like to r^nr with members of the council in rwivaty. and when there are others in the ooraeil rooms As the rooms were formerly arranged it was necessary to aak people to step out of the room or to go into the halls for any private conferences. "Watch ytwr step" is the slogan of giovx City's safety first boosters. People on foot are cautioned to look rtoth ways, at crossings, and people on wheels most slow up, especially if the cops are looking their way. Chicago enforces a rule requiring automobile drivers to stop at boule|exemption, vard crossings. On any bright Sun day 209 or more drivers win a golden rule summons to the speeder's court. 3ioe Monday features the fine. Army Y.M.C.A. Benefit Program BY People's Institute Concert Band AND Red Triangle Chorus All Colored Talent. Tresday, April 23, 8:15 Y.BS.C.A. Auditorium ADMISSION 25c. v~ '-j, MEN WILL LEAVE IRE 30 New Orders For First increment of the Second Quota Have Been Received by Board Today. TO MOBILIZE APRIL 29 Boys Will Appear Here Afternoon of That Day and Will be Given Their Final Instructions. Orders were received today by the Lee county exemption board postpon ing the entrainment of the fifty-five from Lee county for Camp Dodge from April 26 to April 30. The men will mobolize on the afternoon of Mon day April 29, at Keokuk and will en train Tuesday morning, over the Hock Island at 7 o'clock. This will be the first time thaf the selects from Lee county have en trained on the last day of the troop movement, usually being In the van guard of troops headed for camp. The order unless it is changed again, will give the men a few more days at home and a little additional time in which to get ready. It developed today1 that the officials of the local exemption board are searching for two men who are in the current quota and who will be sent to camp if they are located. The men are Charles Albert Connor of Keo kuk and Roy Henry Tompkins of Ft. Madison. Neither of the men have sent in questionnaires, but regis tered in the first draft. Tompkins stated In his registra tion blank that he has a wife and three children. This would give him but unless he applies for it. he will be inducted into the serv ice and classed as a deserter if not lo cated in time. Connor is a single man. Tompkins is stated to be about thirty years of age and formerly re sided at 1035 South Third St. Ft. Madi 'fion. He was employed as machinist at tbe Continental plant. Connor is about thirty years of age and was born at Pulaski. Iowa and worked at the Mills Ellsworth company plant In Keokuk. LAST NIGHT AT TRINITY CHURCH Delegations From Hamilton and San dusky Coming Tonight to At tend Mitchell Evangelistic Services. The service last night at the Trln ity M. E- church was said by many to be the greatest thus far in the I series of meetings now In progress. The Baptist church brought in a 'large delegation, filling one of the largest sections of the auditorium. After a stirring song service Rev. I^e Roy J. Mitchell, the evangelist spoke on John 3-16. With a blood red Coats and Suits for Your Summer Wardrobe It is more than simply fashionable to have a trim light-weight 2oat and sport suit for summer. It is the most practical thing to do. You know how many purposes coats and suits can serve—how they save other clothes—how happy you can be all summer without extravagance. But much depends on the worth of the coat and suit you buy. You must be your own judge of values. This week we are featuring the latest outdoor models in coats and suits for young women. Sullivan & Auwerda Pumps Though Pumps have ruled the footwear for several seasons their daintiness has never equaled thi^ season. $4.00 to $6.00 High Shoes We are featuring shoes that com bine the beBt points of fashion known to designers—with this is the comfort and durability that good shoemaking imparts. iiItTOW$»*J$ THURSDAY, APR. 18, 1919 A Thrift Stamp a day Keeps the Kaiser Away A SEASON OF Charming Footwear Beautiful display of Spring Styles, Fumpi, Colonials, Oxfords and High Shoes at Jkuir-Mullarky1's Never has Mlladi's footwear been more delightfully feminine than this season—Long slim lines are the role, and in the very simplicity of design and pattern lies that daintiness which adds so much to a pretty frock. COLONIALS AND OXFORDS ARE THE LEADERS Colonials and oxfords are the vogue just now. as they are the really new thing in spring foot wear, $5.50, $5.00. ,, The Store of Service where fitting Is the rule, not the exception. Baur-Mullarky Co. "HER" APRIL GIFT A Handsome Soiiiaire Diamond Ring—one cf our newest creations priced special WE SET OUR DIAMONDS IN PLATINUM or GOLD RENAUD, earnestness he handled his subject and no one could help but see the great love of God from the vivid pic tures painted and the convincing con clusions drawn by the speaker of the hour. That Ood loves everybody seemed to be the burden of his mes sage but that His laws must be.kept and thai in His love He cannot forget justice, wi}8 made equally plain to the large audience last night. There were a number who came forward during the invitation. There will be an afternoon meeting at $20, $25, $30 and upwards April is the month of Diamonds—and the month when gifts of ex quisite diamonds carry an added significance and satisfaction. For the April Birth Gift, or for the Easter Bride, you should come and see extraordinary values. DEPENDABLE E W E E GET 4% DISCOUNT on your groceries at HIGHAM'S GROCERY 'MO Johnson St. Phone 10f Poor per cest discount on all chases of $1.00 or over if you ma!c Tour own delivery. Open all day Wednesday. each day at 2:00 excepting Saturday and Monday. There' will be a number of delegations present tonight and crowded house is anticipated.