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•!x'£lir Regular Price* A. AVbrks Wonders With Bad Stomach too need to suffer anothor day Jrom indigestion, headaches, sour, •cia stomach, gas, belchlnr, bloat tSf' ea.rt palpitation, pains in the Jiae and back, choking, smothering i!»£ n,®l*no.holy, Ji°n)®ch-. •. «.,••«?,.v»Wy^- -fpr^.^s^jS .' f?: v"' AMUSEMENTS AMUSEMENTS COLONIAL TONIGHT AND TOMORROW. 'iiXI V:vJ _____ Harry T. Morey ,N 'THE MAN WHO WON' A Gripping 8tory That Keeps One in Suspense Until the End If you Had lost your memory and only one person could Bet you aright and that person was somewhere in the west, what would you do? 8e« wMt ^rry Morey does In the Vitagraph feature, •'The Man Who Won." A DON'T MI8S ITI ALSO EDDIE POLO IN 'Cyclone Smith's Come-Back' A Big Two Reel Fighting Westerner 7:00, 8:15, 9:30 Saturday Only 'HE BEAT THEM AT THEIR OWN GAME! "Fierce, implacable, steeled to any outcome, quick like a pan ther, sombre as death."—From Zane Grey's novel, "The Lone Star Ranger." The Greatest Photo Drama of the Year "The Lone Star Ranger" A William Fox Production, Starring WILLIAM FARNUM 10 and 20 Cents Shows at 2:00, 3:30, 6:30, 8:30, 9:30 nervousness or ower distress due to disordered You can set rid of thin r'cht off. No matter how v..® ,or stubborn your case may or what has failed to benefit you. Just get a bottle of liquid MAR JjlX Take it as directed and watch result Wonderful liquid MAR "k put thousands of bad stom- ffj®J**ck to healthy condition, re thousands of sufferers. Let Jt relieve you. Know the real Joy or good appetite and good digestion ""f® Haln. You can't get rid o* vthinking about it and ii can't help you until you u*e it. So try it. You take no 13 absolutely guaran by-The Jir.i iix Co.. Fort Wayr.e di^cKials. JKin taking Si?i I3J- toiay. Tomorrow you ."•n •why evrryKody calls WILKINSON 6. CO. Keokuk's Biggest Drug Store 1/IR/NF A WtofcMae, Cleansing. 'UJ~J Refreshing and Healing Lot Ian—Murine for Red ness, Soreness, Granu Yfilin rvcQ,atin' Itching and Ey.iwr Burning of the Eyes or [Unitn P(?'ne*® Official Retires/ Wire »®rvlce Hsinph I^T0N'1 Sept fitln opp nf »5.-Kung ri?irGm'er and m,n,*ter ^eaterdnv ,u retlre* from office Mvlaed today8 8tat6 department wa8 "pnpraT'chi'nv66'1Beng ^1 PremIer by Chin Yun and as minis- Fruit-Juices In Vials Jiffy-Jell flav ors come sealed in glass—a bottle in each package. Each is rich es sence, condensed from fruit juice. Add boiling water, then this essence, and you have a real-fruit Mnv gelatine dessert, and at trifling cost. You should know this fruity dainty. 10 Flaeora, at Your Grocer's 2 Package* for 25 Cehta ter of finance by the former vice minister, Li Shlh Hao. DOG LICENSE MUST BE PAID Notices Went Out Today to Delin quents to Secure Licenses as Law Pro vides. Over two hundred notices to owners of dogs who are delinquent, about pay ing the 1919 dos tax were mailed today by the police department. People have been warned by the de partment and know that taxes must be paid on dogs four months old or over. If the tax is not paid. Informations will be filed against the owners. Nobody is born unlucky but he can acquire unluekiness by constantly put ting himself in the way of bad luck and refusing to cheer up after a plecc of it has hit him. I r# Salvation Army Fund Drive In Keo kuk's Half of th« County Will be Completed Soon. FT. MADISON *S BEHIND Drive There Has Been Postponed for Week to Allow Further Time to Fix Quotas and the Like. The country districts In Lee county which wore apportioned to Keokiile an working with this city on the 8*1 vation Army home service fund drive were organized yesterday by 1 the committee composed of Sheriff Jjohn C. Scott, John Nagel and John S. Sprowls. The organization was put into the hands of former sol Idlers, and it is confidently predicted by the members, that with the example before th«xn of Keokuk's raising the four thousand dollars [necessary in two hours, the country districts will turn in their Quota of lone thousand at once. The Iowa headquarters is suggest ing a doughnut day for Tuesday, Sep tember 30. This, however, will not I be necessary for Keoxuk, as this ieity, as usual, went over the top in ja hurry. Keokuk's record in all of the drives has been that she has reached her quota among the first. Fort Madison Postponed. Keokutc raised its quota for the Salvation Army home service fund In two hours or less Tuesday afternoon. Port Madison started out, but post poned their work of raising funds to next Monday, in order, as the Fort Madison Democrat says, "to allow the committee more time to go into the matter of different quotas and similar details, but the King's Daughters will again start out Mon day morning with an intent to put Fort Madison 'over the top.' And if It is a matter of persuasion to get anyone to donate, the matter 'will be turned over to the soldier's commit tee who will call/ on them and offer persuasion." Fort Madison and the entire upper half of Lee county has only four thousand dollars to raise. Keokuk is not trying to collect any money from Donnellson, as that city expressed a preference to cast its lot with Fort I Madison. Keokuk with several town ships in the south half of the county Is to raise five thousand dollars, [Keokuk's share having been raised now, with less than a half day of pvork. People Fall to Respond. The Fort Madison Democrat com ments further on the failure of the people there to respond to the cause, 'when It says: it Is very evident, from the repoila jof some of the solicitors, that The people of Fort Madison have an in correct version of the Salvation 'Army home service fund, as it has I been noted that some erf our [wealthiest merchants have donated jvery small amounts whereas some of 'the citizens with smaller capital have made the larger contributions. On the drive which was made yesterday, the returns surely do not indicate the true spirit of the citizens of Fort Madison, and the committee In chrage are of the opinion that this wis a misunderstanding on the part of ^he donors. In some cases people of high standing In the community gave nothing whatever, but this will he corrected as several of the returned soldiers have volunteered to irulte a special visit to all of these places in Ian effort to find out why these par ities should not help this organiznMon in their drive for funds. The nrmt'ar (will be followed up as the retuinsd soldiers feel that the Salvation Avny did a great work "over there" and that It Is their duty to reciprocate lo this extent Worst Is Over. [United Press Leased Wire Service.] LOS ANGELES. Calif., Sept. 25.— Tl\e San Gabriel canyon was the cen ter of the Angeles forest fire zone today. Men counted by hundreds were massed in that vicinity in what they hoped would prove a successful ef fort to save the watershed of the Pomona valley. "The worst is over," was the com ment of Forest Supervisor Charlton on the general situation. He out lined how the fire in the San Fer nando region, tha Arroyo Soco, which is tho Pasadena watershed, and in all of the big fire zones excepting the Snn Gabriel district, had either burned themselves out or been con trolled. 1 Rheumatism A Hone Cure 6iven by One Who Nad It In the iprlny of 1803 I wn» attacked by Muscular and Inflammatory KhnuoiaUim. I suffered on7 thoas vbo hive It know, for over three years. I triad remerty after remedy, and doctor after doctor, but aurh relief a« I rorclvej iai only temporary. Finally, I found a remedy (bat cured me completely and It bus never retnrned. I have given It to a nmnher who wero terribly afflicted and even bedridden with Rlicuma tlim, and It effected a core la every «aae. I want every luflercr from any form of rhcnmatle trouble to try this marveloua heal ing power. Don't send a cent elmply mall youT naxno and ud'lrc3fl and I will send It free to try. After -ou bavo used It and baa proven Itself to be that long-lookcd-for means of curing your RhcumaUsui, you may send the price of It, one dollar, but, ander atand, I do not want your money anless you nre perfectly satisfied to send It. Isn't tbnt fair? Why suffer any longer when positive relief Is tuns offered you free? Don't delsy. •\Vrtto today. Mark H. Jackson. No. tMvb Gnrney Bldg., fcyracune, N. V. a VJ' THE DAILY GATE CITY AMUSEMENTS* SUNDAY .An If northwestern Iowa is an indica tion for the rest of the state the shortage is still felt here. H. S. Phelps, engineer of the commission, reports that he saw only five cars on sidetracks that were not being loaded or unloaded on a trip into the north western part of the state. The use of motor trucks and wagons is recommended by Mr. Hines 'whenever possible. Other sugges tions for shippers are: Loading to full or visible capacity load prompt ly order cars only when needed 'avoid all diversion or reconslgnment of cars. For the receivers of freight he says: Unload promptly order full cars of commodities order from the nearest available source: pool orders. TWO EVENT SHOOT FRIDAY Du'Pont Gun Club Will Have Ten and Fifteen Bird Matches at Their Shoot on Club Grounds. The DuPont Gun club "will hold a two event match at the club grounds Sat Mooar. Friday afternoon. The I match wiLl start promptly at 3 o'clock. The first event will be a ten bird match and the second will be a flf Iteen bird match. Suitable prizes will bo offered in both matches. In both events shooters will be classed as fallows: Class No. 1 -Shooters averagins above 85 percent. Class No. 2 -Shooters avenging between 70 and 85 percent. Class No. 3 -Shooters averaging below 70 percent. This match is open to all araatour shooters whether members of tho DuPoni Hun club or not, and a special invitation is given to all vrho enjoy this" good clean sport to spend the afternoon at the cjut grounds. International Air Derby. [United Press Leased .Wire Service.] NEW YORK, Sept. 55.—Plans for an international air derby around the world have been announced by the Aero Club of America. Prizes will amount to about $1,000,000," It is esti mated. r' THE CAST: ELLIOTT DEXTER, TOM FORMAT?, GLORIA SWANSON, WANDA HAWLEY, RAY MOND HATTON, THEODORE ROBERTS— THE FLAY: "FOR BETTER, FOR WORSE One of the best pictures ever brought to Keokuk, this return date by popular demand— Tonight QO/kMn Regular Prices THE LQVE With WALLACE1 REID IPPODROME Tonigh. Also Tomorrow 2,4,7, 8:15 & 9:30 Dorothy Phillips Brilliant Star of "The absorbing tale of the Canadian Northwest. heart gripping story of the northern wilds. play for the whole family. Come early. Director General Asks Iowa Shippers to Help In Every Way to Relievo Con gestion. Director General Hlnes of the United States railroad administration has issued a statement through the office of the state railroad commis sion asking that carriers and ship jpers and receivers of freight speed along their work with freight cars 'to lessen the severity of the shortage las much as possible. Of the 100,000 cars that have been 'ordered by the administration 59,409 had been completed Sept. 13 and the rost are being finished at trie rate of 900 a day, Mr. Hines says. This, however, he adds, will not entirely supply the demand occasioned by un precedented crops. E A I E S "SPEED UP," I PAROLE BOARD HINES URGESI MEMBER HERE TW^'V* AMUSEMENTS. BURGLAR 99 Heart of Humanity/' "PAID IN ADVANCE" A A State Official in City to Look Into Alleged Violation of Parole of Local Man, Who is Held Here. A member of the board of parole was in Keokuk today to investigate the alleged violation of his parole by 'William Samuels. The facts in the case will be re ported to the state board, and it is expected that Samuels will be given another chance. His parole had only ja short time more to ran, it is under stood. The alleged violation of his parole occurred in Keokuk and the police have been holding him pending the coming of the state official. MOVING PICTURES. "Paid in Advance." Featuring the brilliant star of "The Heart of Humanity," Dorothy Phil lips, "Paid in Advance" will be shown at the Hippodrome theater this even ing tod tomorrow afternoon and evening. A forced decision between two bit ter evils is a situation that confronts Joan Gray, daughter of a Canadian fur trapper, after she has been lured from hor home to the Jistani town of Dawson City, Klondike, by Gold Dust Barker, owner of a hellhole of iniquity. Barker, on a visir. to Cana da, was attracted by her beauty. He offered her a position as a nurso and told her father an expert fur buyer was needed in the community. Her father died during the lon^ journey, but Joan, immediately disillusioned as to why she had been sent to Daw son City, was forced by Barker to choose between himself and the crowd which frequented his dive. "For Better, For Worse." Without advance in admission prices, the Grand tonight presents a return showing of a great cast in absolutely one of the best pictures ever thrown on a screen—"For Bet ter, For Worse." Cecil B. De Mille N A IV E E TABLETS are first aid to thousands of peo ple for the relief of KIDNEY TROUBLES It is regarded as the pioneer and only standard herb remedy, and has also been found very beneficial for Catarrh, Constipation and In digestion. It is a great Kidney and Liver Regulator. Guarateed to give satisfaction or money refunded. Every genuine tablet contains this trade mark. Put up in two sizes,i 50c and $1.00. Sold by leading druggists and local agents everywhere. Made by Alon zo O. Bliss Co., Washington, D. C. *. i- '.1 iy \. ..." ,. ,' ypi "M AMUSEMENTS wilb Miss Norton-Paul Nicholson IF (Jus "Frill photo Fun at Top Speed Pretty Girls Catchy Music AH New This Year If you were a younp: married man in love with your wife and a pretty girl all be-rlbboned and bo-rose budded threw her arms around your neck and kissed you, At any rate, don't miss this merry farce. There's a long laugh in every line. PAOaC GRAND House Fri. Sept 26 George jproac/hurrb present? THE LAUCUING HrTSKL^ "SHE WALKED IN HER SLEEP' MARk" SVAN PRICES 50c, 75, $1.00 $1.50. SEAT SALE NOW. Presents His Famous Fisher's Heroes Matt and Jetfs Dream Matinee—3:00 Night—8:15 Matinee Prices—25c, 50c, 75c. Night Prices—25c, 50c, 75 c, $1.00. 16799 DIED in New York City alone from kid ney trouble last year. Don't allow yourself to become a victim by neglecting pains and aches. Guard against this trouble by taking COLD MEDAL The world's standard rtmedy for kidney, Hv*r, bladdar and aric acid troubles. Holland's national remedy since 1696. All druggists, three sizes. Guaranteed. Look for the Mm* Gold Modal on every bos and accept oo imitation directed, this picture caused such fa vorable comment when shown at the Grand recently, and so many were the requests for its return, that Keokuk is given the opportunity of seeing it again, for tonight only. Just look at the cast: Elliott Dex ter, Gloria Swanson, Tom Korman, Wanda Hawley. Raymond Hatton, Theodore Roberts—every one a real ly big screen star, every one of them a finished actor. The story is gripping, brimming with interest, runs smoothly and stirs the emotions to tho depths. Wallace Reid, in his latest, "The Love Burglar," is a fine program for Sunday and Monday. At the Colonial. "Tho Man Who Won," featuring Harry T. Morey, is the Vitagraph pic ture to be shown at the Colonial theater tonight. Tho pray gives Mr. Morey another Btrong fighting role in which ho hammers his way to sue cess. The element of mystery is well sustained throughout the play and the ending comes as a surprise. The story deals with a man who has struggled through Russta, fought half way around the world to save the I fruits of years of labor only to loae 1 ,v j..- FIVE AMUSEMSNTS "me jgunwev sccwr I Ly- ,fe! ON HER WAY WRONG BOOM WHAT WOULD YOU DO? ''U SATURDAY mdt Matinee and Night Comedy Founded ON Bud Laughs for Old and Young Clever Dancing Pretty Costumes i. Gives a brilliant elosny ihlne that doea not rub ofit or dust off—that anneals to the Iron—that lasts four times as lone as any other. Black Silk Stove Polish is in a class by Itself. carefully trom It's more made and raaUo better materials Try it on yoar parlor vtov«, your cook stov« or your pas range If yoa don't find it the best polish you over used, your hardware or grocery dealer it authorized to re* mooey There's "A Shine In Every Drop" his memory and fall into the handa $ of a powerful and subtle enemy. The treasure is hidden on the coast oj Oregon. A young girl, Barbara Moyne, can give the clew to its rest ing place but does not care to dis~| close it to spies and traitors to heRl country. The flght begins and theil| [questions arise "who will win?" andt| "who is tho spy?" ,'i I The cast includes Maurice Costellor, Betty Blythe, Bernard Siegel, Robert iGaillard, and Denton Vane. Women employed as elevator oper lators in New York are prohibited by .'M S 7 law from working before 7 o'clock in the morning or after 10 o'clock at night. j!i You may have the idea that tho' people are being constantly oppressed, and maybe they are. but never get tho Idea that you are being oppressed it you care to have friends. i'1 I I