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   Daily Iowa State Press (Newspaper) - November 12, 1900, Iowa City, Iowa                               TT V IOWA PT? iTQQ AvyWrl o 1A. 1 Ji VOL. 3. IOWA CITY, IOWA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER NO.-31 o u O O o o o o o o o o o o O o o o The Great Problem To-dav.s. I gay Winter Salt and.Overcoat? When you first look at one of our high-grade suits or overcoats and somebody else's side by side they may seem the same. But look at the cut; look at the way the collar fits, -the button holes, the lapels, the sew- ing, the way the lining- is put in; then you can see the difference, and why you should by all means buy at the Golden Eagle. O o o o o o o 0 8 O 8 O O O O o o Our Great Line at 00 00, V made by the manufacturers of of ihe best ready-to- wear clothing in America, whose label on every suit and overcoat is a guarantee that everything is right. All the newest fall arid winter styles. Come in and try one on. .Special bargains this week in winter underwear. o o e o o o PROUD AS A PEACOCK il is the coachman who rides in front or the footman who rides behind any driving or pleasure vehicle leaving the doors of this establishment. He knows he has a stylish rig; knows, too, that it will run easily aod smoothly, dean easily and stand acy rea- sonable strain. Carriages, wag oils, traps, road wagons and run- abouts for all seasons. SEE TANNER 1 A Man Got Gut! S with our Toad Sticker ad- "The feller that hoi-' S S lers" is always hurt! "We are glad they read 35 ad. and cali attention to it in their own. It's like s S 53 buying dollars for fifty cents-Tget double what 5 we pay for. I LICHTY THOMAS, I g GOOD HARDWARE. S jiiiliiyiJiillilHinillliilliilllllW JUST RECEIVED LADIES' ENAMELS' with heavy exten- sion soles, over the newest last A very stylish fall and winter shoe at LADIES' SPRIIVG HEEL WELTS sizes to 5 at 82.50. Cfl ivll These are high grade slioes. wi.idow. See them in our FLANNAGAN BROS. "5 Clinton 5 ALL SET! Ready for the Bowling Season Bring your friends and Good HeaHiiy Exercise and Amusement, THE BOWUNG ALLEY. French. Exposition Closes -with Admission Tickets Selling at One Cent Bach. Kiiris Ptinnrmsis Methuen has Actually Won a Skirmish. His Facing Mate to the Rear, Bui- ler, is Acclaimed by Peace- ful of London. President Krueger to Reach France this livening and will have a Great Welcome. Reports of 111 Health of Curijon Prove to be Wholly Without Foundation, of the Paris Exposition Rr press Association Parts, Nov. 12 Js the last day of the aud tickets sell" al OTIC cent. Tiie demoJniou of the builchugs has begun. Methuen Actually Wins, Scrip pH-McRae Press IjOndon, Nov. report is sent out that Metbweo surpiised the lioer com- mandants SnynsAtis and Eemass yester- day, toolc thirty prisoners and captured raaiiy wagous. Commandants Prinzloo attd Fouiie are both reported killed, Priazloo is a. relative of the general re- cently No Dutch Troops m Sight, '5y PreEs Association London, Nov. 12 Bulier arrived at London from AU'eisLot this morning, and was wildly cheered as ha drove to the war office, XOWA AVENUE Kmeger in France, By ScrliiDS-Mcltap Pre-re Association Marseilles, Eruger is expected to l-ind here tight this morning Seventeen giettrt stands have been erected on the for speech- inatiog, when Dr. I xvsll reply in behalf of Ki ueger to aa address of wel- come. Kruegtr will spend oae I'igM at Dijon, enroute to Pans. Lady Curzeii not Sick. Scrnms-HcHiie Press Association. fr Bombay, Nov. repons of the iil health of Lady Cnrzon, wife of the viceroy, are declared to be falle. Stops the Cough and works off the Cold. Laxative Bromo-Qjimn? T-cilsis cure a cold in tlay. tjrt-, ivy. Price ctnts. Elearner Ashore. Bv Seripps-McRae Press .Association. Hml, Nov. White Liue Steamer Christina is ashore at in pcsiiiou Tugs have gone to iver ssistauce. Eight-four of Lhe Christana's assenges were landed 1 jter by means of tile rocket lisa apparatus. Doss Ycur Stcmach Cistrsss You? Do you buve Pam in the Side, Nausea. sOEieutaes vonioting, Distress after E.i. ing, Belching, Constipation, Loss I Appetite, Dizzioees, Flatulence, Moth tchea. Sluggish looks, Pimples and Repulsive Complexion? If yon have any of these symptoms, you have dyspepsia or stomacai disorder .Tbene.wdiscovery, BAILEE'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS, brings cjnick relief, followed by a permanent cure. Pleasant to tnke. 25 els., postpaid. DoctoVs prescribe Snm- Hade by Lakeside MeoicitieCo., Chicago. W. Bailey, written on each package. Sold by Henry Louis, lown City- RooseTtH Back at Work. Scripts-Jlcltat PrrM Association. New Yorlr, Nov. Roise- velt took jfae early train ihis morntag Tnr Albany, and will be at his office for the first lime in several moutbs. Wanted. Night operator at Iowa. Telephone of- fice. KOTJ9 in the city at A Co'j. tomor- row, PLENTY OF ICE. I _ _ u t I-QI nil w 1 oi Iht loira Citt Itx Co., "Vk'Trtiine No. 117. R IJ-ii I 5 Frank Mclnncrny, Manufacturers' Fur Sate Mr. Louis rmrf- X swill us a zr-in'J ODcnin? -ind j opening ind f ,s Voa are cord JalJy in j i.i' Is. Cajxs. CoJJ-ir JM all the fisliionaMt fari. sn- 1) el jAui, Persian latRb.Olter, Mink, Bcavec, e'c. This is cerlaioly the finest line of fnre Iwoaght lo ihe aly, we waut evtry 3ady lo see Incm. RernftnVr the 71; Wuather tor f t -dav l} continued J ui Ihe Nov 12, ip mli. if, iii u'ci oy S. II. m, UY 1'KUF A. A. VJ Mi I'e.ujjuidiuft 38 Mi liytnTn Tempiirulurir 25 Witid w Ski cloiuly none CHICAGO MARKETS. by iht Johnson County Tele- pl'tins Cuii'piiiJV NJI. u, 1900. 'g Higb'L Low'l Oos'g No.'iutar .73; Dei, LuLr 74 Jai.ua-.> .74; MaicU 121 Dt-C.u.-i Marc 11 Nowml'i Deem or Jaiiuarj .21 I 1 67 1 I Wovtubr 5 97 Deemljr 097 tail Hit y 6 7.00 7 oa 6.75 6 27 11.45 j i .65 11 70 6 97 6 37 6 97 6.97 6 75 6.75 6 2O 6 22 LIVE SIOCK. Official RectJDlsi lioga, Caitle, 450; Sheep, ufficiai Sliipnieutj) lloga, Cattle, Sheep, Today Hogs, 4Caulc, dheep, Hvgs Jiift over, CLOSING. 5c tu roc higher. Mixed aud Good lo chuict: heavy, rough heavy, -light, of Hogs ToJaj Good. Esttmated Rtcuipls Hogs Tomorrow Cattle steady, loc lower, ca. Cows ana iicireis, 3 Stackers aud 1-ecdtto, Sheep steady, Lambs, 40. For Sale. A. sqitf'e piano. Inquire of Lowell Swisher. 13 In the big parade today two things conulbutcd by the butiotitsaien aUracied lots of attention. The first was the big football, JO feet long, wbicb was bniJt to the order of the citizens' committee and doaated totliebLTs." The second was the utiiiy huadreds of stalks of Iowa the s indents which were ii tviUi the complinituts of Fraiik Tanner. Pioneer Passes Away. r.ooii toilc-j tlie angel of death liiicr.ke i ilie home of E. Warner ou West Wiiahi aud summoned that worthy pioneer to liie life hejoiid grave. Mr. Warner wns 76 of age and wasnnal'vs of iMasseszhuselS For a nimher af VCJT; be viis in rail- road ATxk WaUtlO.vu Voik tied 4 came froiii iltit pi ace here ip 1856 lo Ttork for C. K. I. P. railroad the pioneer road west- He remained In charge of the comp- any's business here until the war broke ont sad then T.CZ.I south serving all through Liie iu charge ofgoveiuffieal trains carri ing troops aud supplies soulh- ward. "After tte war he relurced to Iowa rogaged in tbe cattle busireja snd later in the ice business. It was in this Iowa City people knew him best and for many years he served our citizeuf wcjl until a few years ago, when he down the active duties of life and retired from tbe business world. The funeral will be announced later. Blown up in his House. I'r Prrjis Ansoculloii- Hlmira, N. Y., Nov. two o'clock i? raorning 3 terrible explosion shook JMIogs for miles around ihe town of cljtan. ImtslTgalioji showed tbedead 33 of Dr. L. io front tbi: of bis son-ia-3a.lv, Frank Tappna, inlcrior ot tbe building tras olhcr strcctarts damaged, Xo an? in the houii was hurt foul sor.'s bcdy -was tei iWj mangled. Theit a jnisu33tkislanding between bisaon- and Glcason, and it is supposed the I ttler to blow tbera all lo atorm, bnt sTiccredi-iJ oniy in killing him- self. Six Frightful Failures. Six terrible failures of six different doctors nearly sent Wm. U. Mullen of O., to art early grave. All sjifi lie A a aod tbat he must soon die. Bat be was nrged to lr> Dr. King's New Discovery for Gm- suwplJou- Aflsr taking five bottles he entirely cured. It is positively guar anlecd to care all diseases of Throat, Cnett and Lungs, inclndiog Coughs, Colds, Grippe, Pneumonia, Broa- ch il is, Asthma. Hay Fever, Croup, Wliooping 5ec and Trial botHes free J. n, Whttslorie W. E. Shradtfr's 
                            

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