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Iowa State Press (Newspaper) - February 11, 1903, Iowa City, Iowa IOWA VOL. V. IOWA MARCH 11, 1903. NO. 114 CATTLE LOSSES It U That Claim that He Feared tlon of tbe der Significant Found Is of tbe Head River Above Danger Woe from Memphis North to Mount it now Putting a First-class Volcanic Spanish Premier will Propose that the Battleship Maine be WAS A Police rind Support for Theory that ho Deliberately Went to N. March the Burdick murder killed by a fall into a quarry last while automobiling with liis was undoubtedly a according to the police theory and bv numerous significant found in his Cheni one be afraid of when dared to aic of a similar coroner leeched orders morning irom the prosecuting ney not permit the remains to bs to any Why the ciders is i fell the suspicion that to him and In a recent interview a reporter almost when told that a messenger tor ran over a man lu Ironl of 4iie house on the night cC could identify the man if brought to lace I. March from the indicate that cattle losses to stockmen as the of the recent been It is estimated that heau of cattle perished in the March 11 concerning the of the snowstorm in western Kansas on tle are being of cattle have and more will be lost before the snow The weather has not been so cold but that the stock could have vived but the snow has been so that the animals could not get food or The same con- prevail on the western and cattle in large are starving to death every St. March 11 A special to the Pioneer Press from State Game Warden Scott re- that hundreds of ate hunger along the northern boundary of National Snow has been deep in that ing the animals from securing Portions of the park strewn with their carcasses Two Italians been arrested for the weakened and helpless animali ON THE Alxn e Danger at Memphis With Water to Cairo March here is two feet over the danger iid still The northern 1 of the is under water have been to flee from their homes froci between and say etery steamboat ing tc here by etery March A. byville special to the State announces the death in that city of disease of Rev. Dr. M. aged 59. a prominent man of that who was also well known as an a mathematician and the waiter of many valuable books and He had held ministerial included cities of. South N. Mich Ind Grand Cameron Mo and Shelbyville in New March 11. Miss Kate Tedford whose father was at one time the secretary and closest Iriend of Daniel the Irish has been convicted in court of general sessions of perjury and is now in the Tombs awaiting Miss who is a and an has a sistent litigant in the civil courts and persons whom she has sued liave repeatedly denounced her CLEVELAND OUT OF Former President Denies There is Any Scheme in his New York Visit New March ident eland denied Monday that he had come to New York City for any political purpose as n ored He came solely lor tihe purpose of tending the Boccher memorial ing- in Brooklyn The reports i had a political talk with Edward N. William C. Whitney and others are am not In I am out for I only saw Mr. Shepard for two minutes and politics did not figure in our Politics is furthest from ray thoughts at though I am always to act in an advisory capacity if so for nny active part in that is not to ibe In interview Iby a reporter of the Times this question was Submitted to Mr. have a now in the republicans are claiming to be able to eliminate trust evils by measures toy the ment of certain acts regulating com- while the democrats and some part of the independent voters on the other hand claim that the only quate is 1ihe reform ol the which gives to trusts the thoy and hence enables them to endanger the of the Jn view of this jou what part you think trusts and tariff play in campaign of Tlie ex-president said in may say this lor that Mr. it as opinion that tne would not be Congressman Elect irom on Several Judge M. J. the congie from Second is home liora D. Tlic idol of the of in an Interview a of tho arrived in Washington in time to witness the stirring of the ing days of the STtln I had a good opportunity tuo application of the gag rule which be- came famous Keed and which has since been to maintain the ity was much T Of interest the scenes should be given to question before a decision is H Is thought that from the numerous good men mentioned a selection be made which will unite all elements oi the so that the campaign may bo made ol cess called upon the 1 lound him ji but theic 1- no that he loves to It i if he can without a contest of the session Is tory to no one except tlie of tin the get considerable satisfaction out the persistent demands of tho ident that something should bo tho equally persistent refusal of to do it 'The democrats never in tci position to bo of service to tho than now The general timent of the democrats of the East h that the will meet the something of pathos in marked the of the some manners who had served for many who had grown gray in the sen ice of their country the call Tor the last time before retiring to private with the unanimous consent of their Tuesday tinned in session in in the and especially m A coi i of the ids It is an open that when tlu new first landed in the capital he was by a oi K Hearst's the belief his gained considerable mated the next presidential AT NEW Match Mrs. in circumstances at Ophir gold Union this will the fortune of alias Cal It appears that first Robert while in Texas 20 saved the life of Charles and he made a will of all his property to his preserver expressed himself being entirely unable to see the could be from the tariff Then he added with sav nothing of the absolute necessity the There were no debates speak Committee on Rules had this through the most rulo ever imposed upon a body of- the Clerk the names of I he calls one after Jt takes about thirty-five minutes to call the mid as soon as were and the they would retire cloak 100111 01 and lell of a good old-fashioned insistence upon reform lor its own sake and what it would do for people of the Mr Cleveland was asked if he thought silver would figure at all as an issue within democratic and he did not know that anyone thought Armed Guards Patrol to Pre- vent Injury or 3Tew March hundred armed men were sent out this really is seen in the situation thus far the river be- ing- several feet below the danger but tin constant is a Al revere Eruption of the Famous cano Attended by 3t March Vesuvius Is in a of unusual Last n wht streams of lava poured down side and loud which were heard for a long Severe earthquake shocks were felt about tie REMEMBER THE Spanish Minister will Propose that Spain Raise the March minister foreign affairs will propose at the meeting of the cabinet that the float the American battle ship Maine in Havana harbor to tain the true of the explosion Sau Francisco March recently on the battleship Oregon who have arrived here on the er report that the waa in a terrific storm on 20 en route from Yokohama to Woo The boats were carried the large steam launch tossed out of its davits aad against the turrets and other damage though the ship self sustained very little damage Partly Colorado March By order of Col. James H. the cordon of soldiers the headquarters in Colorado City was withdrawn early Tuesday morning and everything quiet throughout the city and at the three The military continues in over the and at the several March ttate department been advised through a letter received from Hon. Stanford United States minister at The that the government of the has reversed decision declining to participate the ana Purchase exposition and that three commissioners have been named SHOO FLY Joe Yakish of Lone closed a successful terms of at Mr. and Mrs. spent Sunday afternoon at the Hanlon Eoen was City visitor Thursday Mr. Barton spent a weak In Iowa City as a spectator of the laugher trial Bennie Pettis is on the sick Flake has moved to E. Little Isabel who been quite sick is reported better at this writing ft. W Gould of Tiffin has moved In with his son Joe for the coming Henry is the guest of A. man and Mrs. Cline spent Wednesday with her mother Mrs. A. Mrs. Lewis Rubelman and children returned home Thursday after a few visit in Iowa stones or discuss proceedings thiee o'clock in the morning a larger gathered Jn the lobby and sang song until they weie minutes some member would slide to respond to and then slide out again to join in the re- The Nearer My God to Dixie were among the favorites a m the House took a until ancl at that hour the members reassembled to continue business the fell at noon Henderson plainly showed his feeling as he stood up to say a parting word to the many ot whom had been twenty Henderson shows the effects of his long hair is almost He made a splendid littls speech which touched the hearts and nearU those who had smarted most keenly under the lasn which he has so while in the forgot their and gave him ah earty Whatever had been as when he stood up to say good it the man that claimed attention that Mr. eagerness to himself associated Mr. Wade early ip the game sonia special In other words It was the belief that Hearst was seeking Mr. Wade's assistance in the ation a more substantial tial boom for the former to be later ii the The belief was In some parts of the Second district because of that It was known to somo that Charles E. representative was in Iowa City for iwo days just prior to Mr. Wade's departure for This morning Congressman emphatically denied that he had been approached on this subject in He thait he Hearst's men an that was the end of it JI have noi pledged raj self to he It's too to talk about a presidential nominee from thed how about Russell's he was In reply he said that Russell had not only Iowa but that he towns in the and ho in the interests of newspapers largely sible Hearst bOom that may It mny be that some of may be making an effort to about his name in this Fathers ami Young Folks Pei mission to Iowa City does not elopements and theic is no need to establish n Gretna Orcon at Oxford 01 w Tho of Clerk visited by oi four couples tho past and of two from the ents of the respective thai there no objection at quarters to tho marriage of thp folks most oven if heads of tho were too wed without permit Two of 20, appeared on the showed good why they should c to lead their chosen brides to the even the had not vet Elopements be in ia Iowa as long as anti mothers encourage their sons to bou to Cupid's to circumvent parents Written consent to the ot their wore given by tho or one also Tlie licenses during the week as Elmer C 20, M. 20, Howard BO Eleanor O. 1C; A E 21; Because purely A sensational rumor an the streets says another perjury case may be the out growth of the Ed the alleged John sleigh last is on trial in Justice Barber's boy to work in all at 13 Charles 8-1, Mary 19. State of City of Lucaa Prank J. Cheney makes that he is the senior of the of F. J. Cheney doing In the ol County an I State and thait said firm pay the Burn of OXE HUNDRED DOL LARS for each and every case of tarrh that cured by the use df HALL'S CATARRH J. Sworn to before me and sub- scribed In my thia Gth day of A. 18S6. A. W. Hall's Catarrh Cure' is taken inter- nally and acts directly on the and mucous surfaces of tho Send for testimonials J. Cheney O. Sokl by 75c. Hall's family pills ark the SCOTT Mud Nothing but School election is The ing are the No. 1, No. 2, J. W. No. 3, No. John Mr. Cozine and family are quite sick la Charles Kelly sold his cattle to liam Boone last Dr. Potter was called out to attend a sick horse at George Hunter's last w Etl sold of horses last Amount Ed Ray Cochran was called to the side of his who Is dangerously 111 Mrs John Schell was called to City last week by the Illness of her Mrs. Prank farm rear Lone Tree this Mr. Smith and moved into house formerly occupied by Edna He will work for Jim this TJie of school at thage closes March Miss Annie Boylan closed her school in Newport township last Mr. Loan and family moved to City last f: iff and won applause and some The not A music Lyon JT SAVED HIS P. A. Danforth of suffered for six months a fright fiil running sore on his that Arnica Salre it in five For it's best salve in the Care Only 25 Sold by W. E. and JL H. SEWS NOTES Marek closed tie winter of her 3, w a fac The proposition for a new school at Newport was defeated at the on tie vote being 50 to 30 Mr of ing to a fine bouse in place of the home which was some time do the Mr. James moved on the farm which John is to build a Wif barn AT lai announces a Clearing Sale of Pianos This is to the fact that are entirely re- modeled Several hundred splendid instruments are offered without re- serve until all are In thie stock are a number of and Knabe and new and hand pianos instruments of the following well-known Mason In pianos there are fino tone in- at and upwards In neat instruments at March ues to cast forth colossal volumes of flame and thick clouds of by subterranean rumblings and chocks of Tbe population of the tillages around re- main and at 1'oriici the people crowd ihe March One naa one fatally injured and seriously hurt in an plosion at the Republic iron and steel mills at Eaat The men who a pair in mill aad after tbe shears into the tank tie contents exploded Jones of Citizen has to join tie The Journal a. March 11. a veteran of the Black Mexican and the died here aged 100 He was the first coming here from asd a juslice of Joe peace for 42 I March the tenate prohibiting 1be aae of slot in Bailey he aign the Un- der tha of the aew law clot and In Baby Grands some nice specimens at and ail these pianos intended to sell for much more than these ing sale prices Lyon Healy wiji a list and full particulars upon Any piano not proving may Iw returned at Address 4: i Adams Dis- tance is no m tage ol Unremarkable chance to tain n for in proportion to to be made the freight charges arc Tf do not ready know Lyon Healy by tion any banker you of entire and record of jears for honorable Write at early so represented and last e of night The The the se on College Hinton street A force of tic opera however forget the action of the in nor the rulings of the speaker prohibited debate upon the and their resentment to the fee the treatment from Republicans and Iowa were especially kind in showing me about and in aiding me iti acquainted with the com- machinery of I 8m under many obligations to especially to Judge Smith of Council who accompanied me to one of tlie Departments and introduced me to of the Cabinet whom I did not I am deluged with and I am giving them the most careful I am not at all satisfied with the work of the For some bly on of lack claims are pending for a long time before they receive final It is my op- inion that if al business which should demand Im- mediate it tho claims of the old soldier or the to whom a year or two of waiting is a long am an receipt of numerous demands for but un- der the of Congress all seeds ana public documents go tcr the retiring member up to the time the first sion of Congress 5s So that tha this year go out upon the lists furnished by Mr. 5n his Hij I will them tion year and the year hereafter printed will on count of Mr in my but it will some time before any be for a couple of tion and I do not deny that more or presidential candidates he visited this Mr would no of hou wafa bf IOWANS TO DEBATE to The Minnesota cal Debate Soon Important Labor Problems be Direct WUe of Chicago tad Hew York Grain Provision If These quotations received daily E. H. broker and com- mission Private Washington the but the ence was that the man of Chicago American Tame is not unfavorably for The 1 awar with the matter of There are SI established 3n this Second Dis- tract there are applications oil f number in District indicates of the 3n the whole Superintendent told me he gle an inspector to 15ns District as soon as Lotta Carpenter of is visiting with her Mr. Pogue of this George will laave tonight for where he will entei the Union Pacific His family will join him later His many friends in Iowa City will wish him prosperity and happiness in his home The popular jewelry firm of Hands Thornberry are making prices on line of that will interest any person seeking first goods at dissolution prices See their big advertisement in another 11 The company ed tho at the opera last Glenn Chase scored and he received excellent port from his large The took and the songs were really beautifully The pianist of this is Mrs. J. P. wife of Iowa City who is making a hit with the Manager Lister on Considered Here Monday March 16. The University of Iowa to the battle with the de- lifters from tho of will take place Monday March 16. The question that the adjudication of disputes between employers and their should be made a part of the administration of 1. Special with appropriate rules of be if 2. Labor unions may be compelled to if The affirmative side will be taken by the Irving represented by George E of it. Johnson of Iowa anH T E. Diamond of Orange TiTe society will and its speakers will C. H of Iowa Galen E. and ot The society will select two of the above-named speakers to resent Iowa in the contest with and the side will name the f M- May July May July May July May July 18. 17-95 1025 1015 982 18.47 17-95 10 27 10.17 9.85 18.30 17.82 JO. 22 9-97 9-77. 18. 18.31 17.82 10.22 10.12 9-97 9-75 Stock Close on New York New March u. Stock Atchison American 73 Brooklyn Rapid Baltimore Chicago Erie Manhattan 82 64% that is the piano artist road today a repertoire The 3ias from Mr. L. 11. a former and of tlie State a copy of of his Projection Apparatus for Mr. 3ias been for a number of associated with the trab of and hat much jo 3antTn this and lor scientific ha 5 upon the market but time 3 received iowan window 5s filled with an of steins to there was said about politics I was were too an the and they all to get preparing to make a as as fell ia regard to a Candidates for president Is not at all every one that the of these when nre to win them have filled the steins The cups wall be awarded to the winners an the at Aside from tlie four will be given to the representing Arts or the Professional col- WORKING Eight hour laws are ignored 3jy those littlo Now Life are at night and ing- Sick Headache and nil Liver and Bowel Only at W. Shrader and J. H. Whetstone's drug 140 Academy of Fine Arts of Mr. Felix of In- struction given in and First class portraits made to Office 2 to 3 p. m. which to capture the re- lav A redhot 3s The charter of the hangers and painters union will be open for the next 35 Aad every painter and paper hanger is urged to jola Union No. 7S6. Next meeting The to be 3b a al of the mail have to trips to put in 1-as not failed to make the roads heavy yesterday broke two ami of IV an his hours over a of road 3n of the city Mr. and Mrs. Howard arc 3n the tie former 24 JOHN Pres. and the latter at the of Alderman and Mrs. J. G. Mrs. Jayne is Improving tail but ere she 5s will a before as she was injured in the at DCS daring the Mr. Jayne 8s pre- paring to institute heavy damage against tbe I. R. as a of the Missouri Rock Southern C. M. T. C. U.S. Union 9; Chicago Great Western Illinois Colorado Norfolk Leather TOWA CITY by P. H. 50 to 55c. 23 to 30c. 40c. 35C to 3Sc. 33 to 40c, 1.10 per 100. per 100. to 3Vic. to 7C. 9 to 7c. to dry to green to to to to Leaf lard to 15c5; canned to 3c to to Illinois Central R. R. Special to Mexico aad to Cal via the Illinois Central New auspices o Raymond leave Chi cago and St Louia 21 an March U. Entire it spec ial of 1FWSP4PERS
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