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M. Younker Company
Trench
Coats
The
Smartest^
Out-of-
Doors
all Purpose
Coat form
Women of
the Season
Made in genuine
army khaki coat
ings. Pure wool 8 to
10 oz. weights—by
a a a
ments between
manufacturer and
U. S. military sup
ply board.
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Shown in six at
tractively, tailored
models.
Exclusive Tonskermodels
Specially Priced.
*2Sm*30
Aviation style caps to
match $2.25
M. Younker Company
BIER 1HIIH CALOffi.
Thousands Have Discovered Dr.
EdwaxdsT Olive Tablets are,
Harmless Substitute.
Dr. Edwantf Olive
Bis
Titlrfw
CITY NEWS.
—Otaion seta, seeds and feed at
Scbaefer's, 1111 Main. Phone 883.
—Frankie Wilsoncroft a woman,
Will leave the city tonight upon instruc
tions from the superior court. The
Wilsoncroft woman was arersted last
night on a charge of frequenting No.
30 Main street, an alleged Improper re
sort.
—Onion sets, seeds and feed at
Scbaefer's, 1111 Main. Phone 883.
—This is moving day In Keokuk
and the nation. Scarcity of labor has
prevented the usual amount of moving
this year, one Keokuk transfer com
pany says. Help la hard to get be
cause men who are usually employed
have been offered higher wages in
other occupations.
—Miss Lulu C. Leaf, formerly of
•this city, graduated from the Swed
ish hospital training school for
nurses to Minneapolis Tuesday even
ing, April 80. The exercises were
held in the Angustana Lutheran
church, corner of South and Seventh
streets. Twentyttine nurses were
graduated in the class.
jBm& Daily Stock Letter.
[Halted Press Leased Wire Service.!
NBW YORK, May 1.—The New
Vork Evening Sun financial review
today said:
Under the leadership of the steel
"hares the general list in today's
stock market opened with consider
able display of buoyancy. Trading in
the first hoar was pretty active and
prices advanced a point to a point and
a half in representative stocks and
specialties alike.
Movements were mixed toward mid
day. in contrast with the steels and
*iuipmenta the coppers were dispos
ed to be soft.
It was not until the last hour that
the rails Swung into line and began
to move forward. Gains of a point
to nearly two points were registered,
•he stronger issues including' New
York Central, Beading. Union Pa
cuic. St Paul preferred, Canadian
***dfic, and Chesapeake sad Ohio.
*,4i
1
fhewfcH-
late for calomel —are mild bat
mm
laxative and their effect on the iirer is
iiiwftrf Thcr^re too result
rf Dr. Exiwardaf determination not to treat
Kver and bowel complaints with
calomeL
efforts to banish it brought out these
little
olive-colored
tablets.
These peasant little tablets
6.0
the good
that calomel doe* but have no bad after
effects. They don't injure the teeth like
strong Squids or calomeL They take hold
of the trouble and quickly correct it. Why
aire
the liver at the expense of the teeth?
Calomel sometimes plays havoc with the
gam* So do strong liquid& It is best not
to tske calomeL but to let Dc. Edwards'
Olive Tablets take its place.
Most headaches, "dullness^ and that
lazy feeling come from constipation and
a disordered liver. Take Dr.
Edwards'
Olive Tablets when you ieel "foggy" and
"heavy." Note how they "dear" clouded
brain and how they "perk, op!* the spirits.
10c and 25c a
box
All
druggists.
State Men Open Raid on Boot
leggers in City Today Up
on Warrants Issued
By Justice.
..1 .. ........ .» •*:,
TO PERPETUATE PjRIVE
Boarand Whisky Taken to the
Court House and Seven
.. Men Arrested as Keep
ers of Spirits.
Five state agents from the
office of Attorney General H.
M. Havener, of Dee Moines,
swooped down on Keokuk this
afternoon and armed with
search warrants, seized liquor
and arrested men who are held
an preliminary charges of sell
ing it illegally.
Seven men have been placed
in the county jail to await hear
ings before Albert Messenger,
justice of the peace at Summit
ville who issued the warrants.
William Trmberman will
probably appear for all of the
defendants.
Seven dozen bottles of beer
and about three and a half gal
lons of whisky was taken by the
state officers.
Held Mem In Jail.
The men under arrest are "Peg**
Fuller John Hewitt, 17 South Third
street Conrad La Feber, boat
house, foot of Second street
Fred Hall, boat house, foot of
Second street Frits CHewe and
Fred Scfaultz, Main and Water streets,
and John Dunn (no address given).
The liquor was hauled to the coun
ty court house as fast as a seizure
was made and a touring ear was
Y. W. C. A. NOTES
The student branch of the T. W. C.
A., is to take a wonderful trip la an
aeroplane Thursday at 4:30 p. m. The
program for the trip is planned
as
follows:
Aacent sod Start—Alta
A Day in France—Mary Bedford.
In the Land of Kaiserdotn—Grace
Swanson.
A Stop hi Russia—Ruth Oi lines.
A Rest in South America—Miss
Ianro Mulford.
Home Again—Katharine Tucker.
There will also be a discussion on
school girl problems and a social hour.
All high school girts are invited to he
present
A special entertainment committee
of the Progressive club of the Y. W. C.
A. will meet tonight at 7 o'clock to
plans for a May morning break
fast, soon.
Split 'Among Irish.
DITBMN, May 1.—Owing to the
Sinn Fefners demand for more radi
cal action in opposition to Irish con
scription, a split is said to be immin
ent between the Sinn Fein and Irish
parliamentarians. A meeting of the
Irish party was hastily summoned
last night.
Stop Skin Torture
With Germfo
nrhutttT Ecxma or »omm other mkimatfaO'
Hon, it dimappear* auichty when
Severe Germfo mete after
it
EVER MIND what youVe tried and what
SVCiK IBU11/ wua» 7
bat failed, or how bad it la, or h°%Joj^
for roar tv" trouble, and yoqll get reliet
You'll
WAJ la A# n/lW instf
get relief right oft The itching and
burning atop and the akin heal*, dears
become* healthy and smooth.
kept busy a greater part
ly.-'f-
at
the after­
noon, transporting the confiscated
wet goods.
Agents Count Results.
State agents counted the' liquors In
quarts, pints and half gallon Jogs,
tagged it and stored it away in the
sheriff's office. They were forbidden
to place it In the basement of the Jail
where a former, lot of liquors was
found by prisoners and consumed.
One of the prisoners died as a result
of drinking wthls^ey.
Stay Until Clean.
One slot machine was taken from
the place of Fred Hall by the agents.
The largest amount of whiskey
found was in the LaFeber place on
Second street. There were numerous
half pints aofi some beer.
"We are going to stay here until
the town is cleaned up. We have
orders from Mr. Havner to give it a
scouring. We are after the stuff and
we are going to get it," said State
Agent Bill Size to a reporter.
Agents Arrive Today.
•H. W. Terrell was in charge of
the agents. Xfe with Size, W. A.
Potter, Bert W. McComber and L. A.
Fisher arrived In Keokuk early today
and took quarters in the Iowa hotel.
To conduct the raid covertly, the
warrants were secured from the Sum
mltville 'Justice.
Time will be set for the prisoners
taken to appear before Messenger
and state a reason, if there is any,
why the liijuor should not be destroy
ed.
There wil be more arrests and more
liquor confiscated, Havener's men
stated. The "clean-up" has only be
•m was }he statement made by one of
nie attorney general's henchmen.
More to Serve.
Eight more warrants were to be
served before night, it was said, on
persons having liquor for sale illegally.
Today's raid follows close on the
heels of a sermon delivered Sunday
by the Rev. LeRoy J. Mitchell, who as
serted that he was able to purchase
liquor at will in the business district
of the city.
Officials say that because of the
city's proximity to Illinois, bootleggers
I thrive here better than* elserwhere
1
and that it will take a hard, stiff flght
to drive them out
Fanner Attorney General George
Cosson Instigated a raid by state men
here more than a year ago. The net
result of the raid then was many ar
rests and few convictions.
[For Society Editor call 515.]
War.
Moon, moon, what have you seen
The other side of the sky?
A Wasted land that once was green,
Where fields and forests die.
Naked hill and plains that shiver
Desperate with their mud
A broken valley and a river
Running deep red with blood.
Moon, moon, what of the men
"Where rivers thus run red?
I saw them fall and fall again
I could not count the dead.
I saw their souls like hosts of stars
Climb the sky's dark blue hilL
Oh, all in vain the other wars
Since men are fighting still!
Moon, moon, wtiy Is your look
So pitiful and white?
It is because of one who took
The lonely road tonight
up,
Sounds pretty strong, but you Just try It and
see. You dont have to rUk
GERMFO baa rot to do what ia claimed for it,
or It eoata you nothing.
SEVERS GERMFO
delightful, pure, clean, odorleM liqnld.
Just rub It on. and away it goen,
Yon hist ran *. w«,
down Into the pores, lea»ing no
oil on the mrf»ce—nothing to rub off or stain
ttVdrfbto* No baodasea neefcaaary. I
it atoM Scttt&A. stops Itch, Tetter* Facial
Eruption*: atopa and clears
atop* Itt Aoiaoninff and Barber a ItebjNotMna
hatter far l"1-1"!Ataa, Borna and otbw borta.
U^GKRMTO.nd yooTl a~«b. rid of
skin trouble. Oet It at any good dm® stor^
2Se^ 60s. or 11. Bottfas.
n. A.W.SEVERSCOMFAHT, HcLeanlMrs, BL
Wilkinson A Co., Scott A (XReUlj,
Enalehardt & Co.
Who fought like Valor's favorite child,
Who burned the foe like flame.
atiH -went with Death, unreconciled,
Crying his country's name.
—Grace Hazard Cohkiing in Good
Housekeeping.
Annual P. E. O. Party.
The P. B- O. chapter's annual par
ty for the celebration of Mothers'
day will be held at the home of Mrs.
F. B. Dorsey on the afternoon of Sat
urday, May 11. Miss Margaret Dun
ward of Fort Collins, Colo, president
of the supreme chapter, will be a
guest at the party.
Baptist Women Meet
The Ladles* society of the First
Baptist church will meet in the par
lors of the church Friday afternoon.
B. U. Session Thursday.
The Benevolent Union will meet at
10 o'clock tomorrow morning at the
Benevolent Union home for the reg
ular monthly meeting.
Mrs. Biddenstadt Hostess.
The C. I-. club will meet Thursday
afternoon in the home of Mrs. Waiter
Biddenstadt, 2027 Des Moines street
HARROW
COLLARS
FOR SPRING-
CJiSQQ"2Vsin. CLYDE"
"jjJS
•f.J. ijR
THE DAILY GATE CITY
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1
1. S
Start today to buy
War Savings Stamps
preted
being postponed last week on accoamt
of the rain.
Mrs. Burns Has dots.
The W. W. G. club will be enter
tained this afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Geo. Burns, 720 Sooth Ninth.
Study Circle Tonight.
The regular meeting of the Study
circle of St Vincent's and St Peter's
alumnae will be held this evening at
7 o'clock in St Vincent's study. The
alumnae wishes once more to call at
tention of relatives and friends of the
service and in training to the mass
which will be celebrated for their in
tention on Saturday, May 4th, at 6:15
a. m^ tn Saint Peter's church.
PERSONALS
Mrs. Jos. Geiger and son Joseph,
who have been visiting with Miss
Ella Butcher for the past three
weeks, have returned to their home
in Rochester. N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Coyle and
baby of Chicago are -visiting in the
city.
—Eastern Star regular meeting of
Elmil-a Chapter No. 40, O. E. S. Thurs
day evening, May 2, 1918, at 8 o'clock.
Work. Visiting members fraternally
Invited by order erf the W. M- Mrs. Lt
N. Hahn, secretary.
CLASSIFIED COLUMN
WANTED.
WANTEI—"The Belt" fie largest
automobile insurance association in
WWF?EP'i"i'/y&r't
SS&SfBia
ctor
Talkwtf
for May
A delightful Ettie song by Martmelli
The famous Metropolitan tenor sings a new lyric of love
and springtime, "Welcome, Love!" in a way that will win your
admiration.
(Victrota Bed Seal Record 64772. Trtwnch. tl
Maud Powell plays four American folk songs
"My Old Kentucky Home," "Shine On," Old Black. Joe,
"Kingdom (Doming," all on one record, and beautifully inter­
by this'noted violinist..
Yictrola Red Seal Record 74547. Twelwe-inch. *158
A magnificent Handel number by WltKerspoon
"Hear Me, Ye Winds and Waves!" an operatic ana in
Handel's majestic style. A splendid number for Wither
spoon's superb bass voice.
Yictrola Red Seal Record 74513. Twelve-Inch. $1.»
Lambert Murphy sings two exquisite sentimental songs.
Two sprightly new dance numbers by
Sergeant Markle's Orchestra and Earl Fuller's Orchestra.
Geoffrey O'Hara, Charles Hart and the Shannon Four,
and other favorites entertain with tuneful war songs.
Hear the* new Victor Record# to-day at any Victor dealer**. He will gladly yee HI wasted
booklet describing these new iccorda and play any musk you wiah to hear. Saeofcr Voice Cuhnte Reese*
•re invaluable to vocal student*—ask to hear them.
Victor, and Victrolaa in great variety from $10 to $400. Period Myles to order from $325 to $850.
Victor Talking Macliine Co., Camden, N. J*
Imp^rtanf Notice. Victor Records and Victor Machines arc •efcntWe
ally coordinated and synchronised in the processes of manufacture, and their
one with the other, is absolutely essential to a perfect reproduction.
Victor
the world is now Iloeosed to operate
in Iowa. We furnish, fire, theft, col
lision, liability and property damage
protection at actual cost plus mem
bership fee. Choice territory now
available. Address "The Beit" K1
Paso, I1L
the world is now Iloeosed to operate
in Iowa. We furnish, fire, theft, col
lision, liability and property damage
protection at actual cost plus mem
bership fee. Choice territory now
available. Address "The Beit" K1
Paso, I1L
WANTED—AssemJHylng men. Apply
American Cement Machine Co.
WANTED—Blacksmith. Steady work
Apply American Cement Machine
Co.
WANTED—Blacksmith. Steady work
Apply American Cement Machine
Co.
WANTED—Yon to telephone 1-664 for
information about Keokuk Business
university, successor to Tri-fi&ate Com
mercial college.
WANTED—Yon to telephone 1-664 for
information about Keokuk Business
university, successor to Tri-fi&ate Com
mercial college.
WANTED—Book-keeper at Sinton*s
Transfer Co., 523 Blondeau.
WANTED—A few pieces of old fash
ion mahogany furniture in good re
pair. Address 118 High St., or phone
1963.
WANTED—A few pieces of old fash
ion mahogany furniture in good re
pair. Address 118 High St., or phone
1963.
WANTED—Dining room girl, Wlt
tich's restaurant, 28 so. 5th. street
WANTED—Dining room girl, Wlt
tich's restaurant, 28 so. 5th. street
WANTED—Lawn mowers to sbar
pen price 50c. Work guaranteed.
George Tailey, phone Black 429.
«|W V"
ctrola
WANTED—-A. man to take care of the
work at Y. M. C. A. bldg. as bMg.
superintendent. Apply at Y. M. C. A.
of&oe.
WANTTBZD—Painters. Apply at 917
Main.
WANTED—Good woman or man to
clean house tomocrow. Phone 6. 318
North Fifth St
WANTED—Good woman or man to
clean house tomocrow. Phone 6. 318
North Fifth St
WANTED—Two boys over 16 years
old and one young married man. Ap
ply at once. J. Burke & Co.
WANTED—Strippers. Sesbert's Cigar
store.
FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—124 Nortfc 4th St, 7-room
modern house also 120 North 4th,
6-room, partly modern house. E. C.
Brownlee, Black 440.
FOR RENT—124 Nortfc 4th St, 7-room
modern house also 120 North 4th,
6-room, partly modern house. E. C.
Brownlee, Black 440.
FOR RENT—Large front modern
room suitable for two men. with or
without board. Phone B-1332. 1118
Bank.
FOR RENT—Large front modern
room suitable for two men. with or
without board. Phone B-1332. 1118
Bank.
FOR RENT—5 room house In good
order, close in. Phono 723.
FOR RENT—5 room house In good
order, close in. Phono 723.
WANTED—Lawn mowers to sbar
pen price 50c. Work guaranteed.
George Tailey, phone Black 429. FOR RENT—Seven room house
steam heat, gas. garden, in fine
neighborhood, and on car line. 816
WANTED—House cleaning to do.
Work by the hour, 30c. Address Gate
City. 2CYZ.
WANTED—Three experienced wait
resses at SyngeTs cafe. Apply at
once.
WANTML—Ffernj hand. Inquire E. T.
€13 High. Phone 166.
FOR RENT—Seven room house
steam heat, gas. garden, in fine
neighborhood, and on car line. 816
North Thirteenth St. Apply to G. A.
Has
sail, 201 Main St
North Thirteenth St. Apply to G. A.
Has
sail, 201 Main St
FOR RENT—3 furnished rooms and
5 unfurnished rooms. Ehqulre Sing
er Shop, 504 Main.
FOR RENT—3 furnished rooms and
5 unfurnished rooms. Ehqulre Sing
er Shop, 504 Main.
WANTML—Ffernj hand. Inquire E. T.
€13 High. Phone 166. PCXR RE2iT—7 room house, bath, saa.
PAGE THREE
An excellent investment
and a patriotic dut£
good repair.
Jfrankiir.
Fhoee Oil tl3
FOR KHPTT—Six room ho—p and ftdl
lot 1928 Palean. Ftaotie Btaek 1314.
FOR KB—Furnished modern room,
$2.50 .par week. Inquire Home Ctofa
FOR «AUE.
FOR SA3.«B OR R3SNT—Steall pool
try farm. Close in. Call Red 1661
FOR RAJ.ia—Three used pianos Id
good shape. Priced $119, $128 and
$175 for Quick sale. Easy teems. Dun
can-£chell Porn. Co.
FOR
&A1E—Efegs
comb, white leghorn, Rhode Iwhimi
Red. white Indian Runner docks,
good used hedge posts. alius KrttoheO
Phone 2321 Fll.
PO(R SALB—3 oocterele and hens. Qn
quire 601 South Second.
I FOR SA3UK—Fruit and shade treas.
John T. Safford, 1515 Main St
iFOK SALB—Qpottfeht in good order,
at 30 Sooth FifQi street
FOR SAL®—Desirable residence itt
Warsaw. Inquire 58* Webster 9t»
Warsaw, m.
FOR SALS—S. C. Rhode Island Red
oockerei. good stxxA. 1402 Rieid St
COST
LOST—Two kodak films between tSh
and 9th on Main. Please return to
StoUine 4b Oa
A 'it.
Si
I
for hahnhtng, single

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