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D. MoNamara, Former Keokuk
Man, Discussed Automobile Col
lision Then He
Fainted.
Sons of
Unfortunate
cussed the collision with Garland
•then fainted. He was taken to the:
GIRLS! PICTURE HIM IN FRANCE.)
In a
Us and Old Glory.
Picture your brother or pal in a
front line trench in Flrance. Mud up
yellow dust He can't leave his work,
lis Indeed a
White Season
From head to toe milady is cos
tuming in white this summer—
md surely it is the sensible
thing to do, for nothing is so
comfortable and so cool look
ing as white, especially in foot
wear.
Some of the most charming
White Shoes
to be fonnd anywhere are at
Baur-Mullarky's
At very reasonable prices
Pumps,Oxfords and
High Shoes
Of fabric and leather in
*1'H ^1 AV the use of foodstuffs suppressed in
ly {n
Front Line Trench Fighting for
Mu*
boys who are ottering their all for half
week( am
his mind comes across to you. and ne Householders are asked to buy not .in
you are doing your part:
wonders if
What are you doing to
mvre
Marx and Haas Clothing company panskm in its use at thia time.
help make
government contract The work is our men in
is guaranteed, either in war or peace
times, by a company with assets of v* |-i oc
nearly two million dollars and with VjU JUfNIl. Zo
the strength that comes from suc-(
cessful experience in making cloth-1
ing since 1854.
Here is a chance for all girls and
women who are not now working to
prove their patriotism by helping the
government make soldier clothes, and
a£ the same time earn good wages
themselves. Special street car service
to accomodate Keoknk girls.
Apply at once to
MARX AND HAAS CLOTHING OO,
Hamilton Branch
ffBet 12th and 13th on Broadway.
.&>- Hamilton, Illinois.
7 CENT CAR FARE
IS ORDERED
Day
To Be Enforced at Alton and Granite and ending June 28. Counties are en
City by Order of Illinois
Public Utility
Commission.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., June 18.—The Illi
nois public utilities commission has
enthorlzed the increase of car fare 1 lengthen the hours of slem.
thfc
smartest and latest patterns.
Heel all shapes—leather
fibre soles.
"The Store of Service"
Baur-Mullarky Co.
st-
CAUSE OF DEATH
Louis traction system,
is to take place at once.
RELATION OF
BEER AND FOOD
Herbert Hoover Explains and
fies the Action of the Food Ad
ministration in This
Direction.
pression of brewing, I say emphatic®!
ily from, a strictly food consesrva
tion viewpoint. should fike to
Man Were With drinks "Ml all soda fountain signments), Myrle F. Baker SO*
... hoTerara. as some investigators be- blocks. J. W. Winger: blocks, C.
Him When the Fatal
UeTe tte
I is There is a
Accident Oc- Bnneceaearr drinks is the worst erfl 600 block. James Fatten 700 blow,
eurred. today in the food administration In George ScheH CTO J?'
fe eurred. XTnited States. Mr. Hoover oon- McCarthy: 9W block, B- F. Smith
Wl jtinnes- jlOOO Mock, Hubert Sdhonten 1100
-TVe stopped d*«tmtng a year ago. Mock, Bmer V. D. Xaaa 1400 block.
trr"f
D. McNamara, Injured In an an- r)n m* other twenty per cent to for- 1409 and 1500 blocks and those north,
tomobile accident Sunday night in St.,
ty
TOCBte
tBAenc7
fnm
percent distilled drinks In the Frank Griffey.
died from concussion of the coontry. We have reduced the eon-: These men will select aides If they
brain, Keokuk relatives of the railroad gumption of foodstuffs in brewing by are needed.
official have been notified. thirty percent and reduced the alco-.
Mr, McNamara and two of Ms sons,, jjol fgntant of beer to two and three- Saya Good Investment.
J. Daniel Jr, and John were driving fo^j-ths percent. If we stop brewing. Money or checks may be left at the
in JVrest park when their machine
tlle
collided with one driven by Thomas but confteed practically to a .to the office. Checks should be payable
W. Garland. whiskey and gin basis. Any true ad- to the Kecflfcnk Automobile ctab.
After the crash, Mr. MdKamara dis-
breweries." Ichtb.
will be conducted Thursday at 9 a. m.
from St Pins chnrch, St Louis. In- ^jr-nr i*r i-r FRANKLIN COUNTY COAL.
terment will be in Chlvary cemetery. 1 f"lxli 1^1 X- W lvll_A A j^jmp Egg, Nut or Screenings.
REGULATIONS
Lessen Consumption of Beef,
Because There Is Not Enough
Otherwise For Soldiers
Abroad.
AU
to his knees, rain pouring down, bnl-, Mr. Hoover to serve boiled
lets dropping like hailstones, poison
gas rolling toward him like a cloud ot
hotels and restaurants are
beef not more
beefsteak and roast beef
nol OTeT cme
and would not ii he could. But as he Eider, food administrator for 1/t-e
waits for the order to go over the top, comity, announces.
meal each' week, J. F.
than one and a quarter pounds
assist these of clear beef weekly, or one and a
pounds
a you are, when your brother or pal re-. The demands for beef for our
including bone, for each
Lamp, Egg,
than two meals each
turns, yon can tell him you have done army in Europe for this summer ere- theTlaintiff. I gone to work at the Rock Island arse
your part. If you are not here is your ates a shortage. But there is enough P» asked for a new trial on nal as supervisor of athletics and pub
opportunlty— pork this summer to perm, some ex-
to
LrnTS Tht eSS .rl m.jtb. pabllc will e»f«~ tie requert: 1,. of ..I ot .Wei, tie ptol.tllH
{^iwith every.known modern conTen-1 of the food administration by declin- failed to do.
Over iw girls now employed ins to patronize thte eating places Judge Hamilton has not passed on
"I ""SSiwHcb 4« »»t comply. |o. mater a.J« tat will
Steady employment all the year round
!hU
LEE SELECTS
Than Former Schedule As-
signed by Des Moines for Home
Quota—State Gives I
3 POO.
at 7 a. m. the following day for Camp placed in class one.
New York and suburbs wish It
clearly understood that the residents
were not a bit afraid to go home in
the dark. Light!ess nights served
THE DAILY GATE CITY AND
OILED FANS
GO AFTER MONEY
Automobile Club Takes Lead in Se­
curing Bettor Highways for 7
Motorists and Horse
TO BE COMBED
Members Point to Benefits to be D*
rived in Better-kept Machine®
and Comfortable
Travel.
If efforts of the Keoknk Automobile
club, the city and contiguous terri
tory are availing, motorists in this
section of Lee county win travel orer
as finely kept roads as there are in
the country, this scunner and la the
jfall.
The club is urging subscriptions to
an oiled roads campaign on the theory
that a stitch is time saves nine or
In other "words, well oDed highways
wOl prevent deterioration of airtomo-,
bile parts. Eight hundred dollars Is
(needed to carry oat the program.
Already a committee for solicitation
of funds has been appointed by a. spe
cial committee which met recently
the Industrial association rooms and'
renewed their meeting again today.
Invitations Go Out.
from five cents to seven cents in Gran-!
ite City and Alton. The Unesare °P" bvriting every automobile owner
era ted by the Alton, GianiteJCity and^
Hundreds of cards are to be sent
fte
The raise
rural and city, to con­
tribute to a fond with which acartoari
of oO is to be purchased afid distribut
ed over the Lake Shore bodevard
««-r
jacti-Jofl and sprinkling- it over the dot- "*"MB
»A« to the discussion over the sup- better roads preposition, too. —Bluff Park now open. Cottages
Committeemen Named.
to
saloons of the country will still Indnstrial association offices or mailed
in these times will shrink
^Barnes hospital where he died about danger in It is greater than the use of less expense in repairs," said George
& a. m. Monday. some 4.000,000 bushels of grain month-»Hasaall, president of the Automobile
.Funeral services for Mr. McNamara
These are the connnitteemeB who
have been named to solicit the city jested among
Her- soon, and obtain snbseripOons from
for oiled roads:
$5
ail drinks, hard
bert Hoover.
The soft drink reference evidenay' nrat .....
refers to the use of sugar in iee sooth sfdes of city Included in all aa-
of ,n*ar in theae W. Dnrrett 500 Mock. Geo. D. Bam
snppiy of whiskey, Frank Swan 1300 block, C. S. Abell:
of temperance and of national, investor^ in this proposition: wfll _.
Re
this sltnatkm. for the national jn the enjoyment of better roads and
"and
E. Beeves A Co. 207
D.
B. 1544.
MOTIONS FOR
ANOTHER TRIAL
Liquor Proposition Enters Into
Which Ended With Verdict
in Plaintiff's
Favor.
Judge W. S. Hamilton heard a mo-,.
tion for a new trial made in the case mnst
..of J. F. Dougherty vs. O. B. French (have been
djBtrlct
com* today. This was Is a slight
•a suit tried by Judge Hamilton a few
ort
you? Are you working each day? ".person in the household. interest at six per cent on this sum several years connected with the Dav-
lar&e mon
we- rolled oats.
weekB ago The
the
have places for about thirty more girls There is no law wishing to recover for intox- employes in that establishment Hutch- ~ea
deciB,on
NEWLY WEDS
TO FEEL ORDER
Government Endeavors to Get Men in
Service Who Purposely Mar
ried to Escape the
Draft
Keoknk and Lee county men will 1
probably go to Camp Dodge June 25 Lee county draft exemption board
instead of June 34 In the next select- 'officials believe that six to eight young Iquisitions all the supplies of platinum,
Ive military qnotp* la an announce- married couples in the county will be iridium, and falladium in hands of re
Tnent from Des Moines, today. The effected by a receaat order from the! finers, dealers and manufacturing Jew
men will probably mobilize in Keokuk provost marshal general that men elers.
on the evening of June 24 and depart married since May 18, 1917 must be The Jewelers were allowed by the or-
Dodge. Work of re-examining questionnaires of the platinum in stock.
Only twenty-eight men from the begun yesterday at Ft. Madison for I Previous to the war, platinum had
county are to go in the next call. Or- the purpose of reclassification where been used freely in watches, la vale ires
der numbers run to 1850. jit is necessary and under orders from!settings In diamond rings and wedding
Three thousand men from the state! the provost marshal general, is being: rings. Now its use is confined large
are to be called, beginning June 24 continued today. jly to bezels, tips or linings for set
A numfcer of newly married yotmg tings. The Jewelers have found white
trained in groups for the cantonment Keokuk men will be taken out of de-!gold to be an excellent substitute.
ferred classification and placed in an Platinum costs about $5.25 a penny
immediate class for military service, weight white gold* not over $L50.
THREESOME,
WOULD GIVE MORE
Keokuk Mother Sees Her Boys
into Military Service, One by
Ono—Willing
The youngest son of Mrs. Brice,
John Mansfield Brioe, Is In France
now «ch«i«g for the colors. He has
only been in the array four months.
He is 23 years of age.
The other two boys, Qunes Wil
liam Brice and Brnest Conner*. used
to belong to Company I*. They re
ceived honorable discharge from the
army, bat entered service again. Both
the boys are in training at Camp
Cody. New Mexico.
Flag in Window.
Efcnest Otmners is an adopted son.
hot Mrs. Brice has cared for him
since he was a lad of six years.
In the IwBt window of Mrs. Brice
The cowlv board of supervisor* baa to 2e!
offered to cooperate in purchasing the
for rent. Write for
-every
Mm
Second street fnorth and
Company of the Fourth Training reg
iment at Camp Humphrey. Virginia.
—Joe Carwalho, a former popular
Keokuk business mas. now of Toledo,
Ohio, is visiting friends in the city.
He brought along: an interesting sou
venir which he has presented to the
Elks lodge, a brass three inch shell
easing from one of the Toledo fac-
jtories
lishcr
food!and the burden is on the plaintiff, he 1 newspaper duties to perform this spe-
,ater-
The shell has been engraved
'with the lodge's name on it
Suit —Keokuk grocers under ruling of
jthe county food administrator, are
today to advance
of new potatoes from five
pound to seven cents a
the consumer. The dealer
4% cents a pound. They
the price
cents a
pound to
pay
paying 2% cents. There
decrease in the price of
court at that time —Don W. Hutchinson, former Keo-
jered French to pay $193.79 and *uk newspaper man and for U»e last
ey and costs of suit -was enport Times as sporting editor, has
of a newspaper, gotten out ex-
because a jclusively for the soldiers and other
LESS PLATINUM
WILL BE USED
Stocks of Jewelers Reduced to Twerv
ty-five Per Cent of Normal
by New War
Order.
Jewelers In Keoknk are handling a
minimum amount of platinum these
days.
A new platinum commandeering or
der has Teen Issued tinder direction of
the secretary of war. The order re-
der to keep only twenty-five per cent
Officials interpret the order to mean Officials of the government fear for
an effort is being made by government {the future supply of the platinum.
in an
to I authorities to reach men who purpose- They are sorely in need of more of the
ily married to avoid military service. I metaL
CONSTITUTION-DEMOCRAT
,0«V^
TWO OF THEM MARRIED
*r
"If They Are Needed, It is
Duty to Go," She Says—Utile
Service Flag Tells
Their
the Tale, s-'v/
-c, vA
iib claim a finer record for
patriotism than one Keokuk mother.
Mrs. J- H. Brice, of 517 Blondeau
street, has already given three sons
into military service, and if Ufccle
g»m needs her other two »Hts, who
are married, she will willingly see
them go to the front.
"If they are needed," this patriotic
mother says. "It is their doty to ga
bo»"
to
eaaae-
laden and dod-hardeffled roads. I vT?TXTC!
The man who owts a horse and _L-L ^i£iVVo.
tnggy or a team will have a chance to
pnrdnse a contrflmto interest in the! —Visit Lowiti dry goods dept
catalogue.
,ny from France. Morgan
T7« of vntmds re-
was a marine. He died of wounds re
ceived in a battle at Chateau Thierry.
Beguiar meeting Loyal Order of
Keokuk lodge No. 704. tonight
at S o'clock, in Moose hall. Business
ot importance- Initiation. Social
——ton Visiting brothers cordially
Invited Ed. G. Vaughan. dictator.
—Victor Wodbnry, son of Mrs.
Mary M. Woodbury of 1718 Exchange
street, enlisted. He has entered
the school of wireless telegraphy at
Iowa City and later will be sent to
one of the military camps.
Regular meeting ol Morning Star
lodge No. 5. Knights of Pythias. Tne»
day evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting
members invited. Dr. O. W. Howe, C.
C. J. A. Burgess, K. of R. & S
Visiting knights fraternally Invited to
attend
—Edward Schmidt son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Schmidt 42# North Ninth
their money hack ten times over :Btr«*et, has been advanced to the rank
i0f
sergeant. He has been in the army
since
Febrnaxy- He is with Eighth
Duncan
1
Dance ling suits, waists, boy's wash suits.
__ Nov mimmg drtt
nicht 'Tiesw summer dresses, coats, sweaters,
Fnday night. sii» All cloth and silk
—John E. Morgan of Carthage, ID.,! tab skirts |1J8 up.
the dead in today's coats, suits, dresses
New hats prtce.
and
asm
iF:
There are other styles of Vlctrolas
at $323*. $50.00, $60.00, $90.00, $115.00
We will gladly demonstrate them at
any time.
cost and
Ixywitz.
PERSONALS
WrwiR mmi tfch Vfctfofate y*' to**
i*yoa will fill oot the c«Mpoosnd»a it «oufc Ba*
be arranged
Duncan-ScheH's Outfit
THE BIG STORE, BIGGER BUYING
LOWER PRICES. LOW1TZ.
Watch windows, special prices bath-
to
Hortense Moore has gone
St Louis for a two weeks* visit
Mrs. George S- Merriam, Mrs. R. D.
Witt, Miss Lola Arnold and Mrs.
Robert Arnold spent the week end at
Des Moines with Bernard Merriam
and Clare WW, of Camp Dodge. The
trip was made In Mrs. Men lam's
automobile.
Captain and Mrs. C. EL Mohler and
children, of Des Moines, are visiting
with relatives and friends in the city.
Mrs. S. P. Nygren has arrived from
Los Angeles, Calif-, to spend the sum
mer with her daughter, Mrs. C. W.
Swanson, and son, T. 3. Nygren. Mrs.
Nygren was a resident of Keoknk for
many years, moving tie
five yean ago.
WEEDS! WEEDS! WEEDS1
property owners must take Imme
diate action to cut weeds, as per sec
tions 9 and 10, chapter 29. of the
city ordinances, or the city
win
do
so ""1 charge to the respective prop
erties where weeds are cut
ED S. LOFTON,
Mayor.
GIRLS STARTING
NO CANDY CLUBS
Big Movement to Lessen Consump
tion of Sugar in Candy, and Sug
gestion Government May
Stop Candy Sale*.
BURLINGTON, la, June 1?
the Candy clubs are making headway
In Iowa, and the food administration
is eneburaging the giris to tom them
everywhere—and if they do not great
lessen the use of candy, the gov
sale altogether,
given out by
the office of Food Administrator
Deems. The movement started when
several men in Ottumwa, Chariton
and other Iowa towns reported girls
declining gifts of candy from young
JesRen ue
nunent may Bt0
its
TWg information
-ig
"in some cases returning
messenger. The growth of the new
league is expected to be iapid all
over the state. What it seems to
need most Just row Is a badge utat
is cunning and sweet.
"We can't enlist and carry a rifle,
but we can stop eating candy and
conserve sugar," is the slogan of the
new Can the Candy clubs. One of the
girls originating the movement said:
"There is no more excuse for girls
being slackers in conserving sugar
than there is for young men being
slackers when it comes to service in
the trenches, we can do without
candy without harm, and with only a
little self-denial, and It is a mighty
small sacrifice fof & girl to maso, es
pecially when she thinks of the real
sacrifice that the men are making
for her over there.
"No candy for us until after the
war thatfk you Just the same."
UNITED PRESS
WAR SUMMARY
(Continued from p?pe l.»
tectlng Venice, has been crossed at
several places and fighting Is proceed
ing in the plains leading to the Ven
etian lowlands. The sarety of Venice
is now In the balance but the Ital
ians still have time to check the en
emy before Venice falls within normal
artillery range of the enemy.
The fighting for Venice is. proceed
ing in difficult territory for military
maneuvers.
jrVsr
$25.05
-flris Includes Tictrola. style No. 4. $22.50, and six«loctfma J"11®®
10-Inch doable-faced records) of yonr own choosing. This Victroja Is
eoutoped with the Exhibition Sound Box and is capable of playing any
of the 5060 «fTterent selections. Terms, $3.00 down and $1.00 a week.
Kodak Work
WE DO DEVELOPING
AND PRINTING
BEST SERVICE AND
EXPERT WORK
GIVE US A TRIAL
1
Im
&
51!
Angeles
We Repair
All Makes
Phone 66
ABELL
419 a
UVESDUBGX Main St.
Venice and flanking movements by
either Austrians or Italians might
well drive the other into the water.
A check delivered by the Italians un
der the present conditions would have
a specially depressing effect on the
Anstro-Hungarians, because the cross
ing of the Plave river, already ac
complished. has been considered the
hardest problem of an. offensive drive
toward Venice.
Reports that German troops are be
ing sent to assist the Austro-Hungar
ians may well be believed. Having
risked so much by ordering an offen
sive by the Austro-Hungarians, Hin
denbtug will risk even more If he does
not come to the assistance of the
Hapsburgs at this critical time.
Failure of the Austro-Hungarian of
fensive to capture Venice would have
so serious an influence upon the anti
German movement in the dual mon
archy that Hindenburg is once more
Involved* tn a major crisis.
fly tp pieces. Yet rest must come
sooner or later, through exhaustion.
VINCENNES TO
BE OBJECTIVE
Commercial Club Members
TUESDAY, JUNE T8, 19i«
0
0
Co.
PIPELESS FURNACES
Mail ut
this coupon
&
What
do If
dT
McGRATH BROS.
DRUG CO. -c
*500 Main StSU
Exide
Storage
Batteries
good wfll your money
we doflt win this war?
l«m Slate
Imraace Cnapny
«is (Mataal)
dest Company Ifl Iowa,
Incorporated Jan. 1865
„v KEOKUK
Hwin t80
H.
R. COU-ISON
A(«nt
•ft js
UNCLE SAM'S
F1GHTINC MEN
The fighting instinct In
every man is brought to
the fore when Ms coun
try calls or necessity de
mands immediate action.
Look After Y#ir Eyes.
No man, whether in uni
form or civilian clothes.
ran serve his country,
his employer, or himself
without good vision.
It Will Pay Vow Wen
to let us give yonr eyes
a thorough examination.
Wo will prove yoar need
and adjust yonr difficul
ties.
RENAUD
OPTOMETRIST
No military system has discovered I
the secret of perpetual motion. Yet but business Is to be dispensed with,
that is what Hindenburg is trying,
first in France, them in Italy, soon, per-
The Red CroS8
of tho town
haps, to revert to France again. If he ^lare emergency demongtra
rests his war machine too long, it will
tjo
1
Expect to
Take Dinner in Neighbor
.ing Town To
•f 'i, night. jjSgjJvfjS't j..''"
It'JMMSS-
Seventy-five members of the Com- offices of the department of Justice.
mercial club expect to go to Vin-j
cennes, Iowa tonight for diner. It will It Is easier for most people
It is close to the gulf of.be the monthly meeting of the club, poor than honest
Home Circle members
will serve dinner.
agent for Lee county, will make
an address upon agricultural subjects.
The last caijs will leave the Indns
trial association for Vincennes about
p. m.
-r/vj
:r'
CLeary in New York.
[United Prrss Leased Wire service!
NSW YORK, June lS.-^Jeremla™
('CLeary, Irish agitator, charged wit"
treason, arrived here today
cl°9^'-,
guarded, after having betn caPtuf*.
at Sara, Wash. He was taken to tne
tn
»*.
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