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Iowa State Press (Newspaper) - June 10, 1903, Iowa City, Iowa Rock Island System TIME TAILE, IOWA CITY, IOWA. Taking oJIect April Ctu, 1903. TltlM IOWA CUT U WMtB .M. Mo. I- 4M ft. Dftllr. Mo. >1- ft. n. No. a, n. Dally "No. p. m. Daily except Sunday. to. p. m. Dftlhr. P.'O. p. m. Dally Kut Boun4. No. p. m. Dally. No. a. m. Dally. No. a. m. Dft "Jo. Vt-li-M a. m Pftliy. No. 14- p. m. Dftlly. No, p. m. Dally except Sunday. No. ft. m. Dally STATE PRESS JNO. SPJtlNaiSft Kill tor J. E. City Udltor E. A. PATTEHSON.. Circulation MKr. A. W. M13RCEH Advertising Mgr. Telephone 41. Town City office 224 Washlujrton St. New York office, 140 Nasoun St. LaCoste Maxwell, Eautern Hep. Entered at Pott Office at City M matter. ou Thursday evening, Juno llth, for Uio purpose of selecting Bixieen dele- gates lo the Demoratic County Con- vention, and tntiiHucUiiK such other bimlnesH UH may como before the meeting. OJms. Sluvuta, Clnn. Northern District. Trains Leaving Burlington Street Go- ing East and Jfontih. No. 207.....................C.10 a. m. No. 205......................7.15 a. m. No. 201 (arriving a. m. No. 203....................12.01 p. m. p. m. No. 213......................G.37 p. m. Going West and South. No. 208.....................7-10 a. m. No. 204 (arriving a. m. tfo. 202.....................11.50 a. m. No. 200.....................1.00 p. m. No. 214 (arriving p. m. No. 212 Arrlvea ...........7.50 p m. C'ose connection! at Junction with C. Sc, N. W.; C.r M. Bt. P.; C.. B. Q.; Illinois Central; C., Q. W., and lines. Subscription Rate for The Daily One jwr, Or mall, 00, In advance. One year, carrier, fjl.00, la advanco. One month, by mrrler, 40c. payable monthly. All imthtcrlutlorifl by mall will bu stopped when the time expired Cor which they are paid. When orderliiK a change of always glrntheold as the new 0. and it. K. address. Make all mnlttmicn by P. O oidir, N. Y drart or check on nn Iowa City bank. all communications to THE DAILY PRESS. IOWA CITY, IOWA. Advertising rates are lint and will be given on application. (Jood correspondents wanted In every com- munity, Fourth Ward. Two Democrats of the Fourth Ward will meet in caucus at the Alert IIoso house on Thui'Mlay evening, June ilth at eight o'clock, to select ten dele- gates to the Democratic County Con- vention, ami to transact sucli other business us may como before the meeting. John McQuislou, Chin. DIARRHOEA Fifth Ward. The Domocrats of tho fifth Ward will meet In caucus at Anderson's paint shop, near tho Burlington Street Hock Island station, on Thurs- day evening, .June Ilth, at half-past seven o'clock to select seven dele- gates to the Democratic County Con- vention and to transact such other against the business as may come before meeting. Henry Morrow, dim. the )LABEL> THOS. BRENNAN, Insurance and Loans. Block. Iowa City.....- Iowa. W. H. Bailey. W. F. Murphy. BAILEY MURPHY, Attorneys at Law. Money to loan on city and farm prop- erty at live per cent, and on per- sonal security at a low rate of interest. College Street. WEDNESDAY JUNE 10, 190.T SECURITY ABSTRACT COMPANY of Johnson County, Iowa. Abstracts of Title Carefully and Promptly prepared. In office with Bailey Murphy, il8% College St., Iowa City, Iowa. DR. J. G. MUELLER, Physician and Surgeon. Suite 10 and 11. Odd Fellows' Block, Iowa City. Office hours 9 to 12, a.m., 2 to 4. p.m. 7 to 8, p. m. 177; residence, 91. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION A delegate convention of the Demo- crats of the state of iowa, will be held at Des Moines, Iowa, on WEDNESDAY, .TUNE 24, 1903. to place in nomination candidates lor the following- offices, viz: Governor of the State. Lieutenant Governor-. Judge of tho Supreme Court. Superintendent of Public Instruc- tion. Jiallroad Commissioner, and to transact such other business as may properly come before the con- vention. The ratio of representation will be one delegate-at-large from each coun- ty and one delegate for each 200 votes or fraction of 100 or over cast for the democratic candidate for Secretary of State ut the last general election. The counties of this district will be enti- tled to the following delegates: Clinton ........................23 Iowa...........................] t Jacltsou ........................is Johnson ........................17 Muscatine ......................14 West Lucas. The Democrats of West Lucas will moot in caucus at the Fletcher school house, pn Thursday evening, .Tune Ilth at eight o'clock to select four delegates to the Democratic County Convention and transact such other business as may como before the By Order of Committee. by following the doctor's advice and taking a teaspooulul of Duffy's Pure Mall Whiskey in each glass of drinking water. It keeps you well and vigorous and kills the diseasegerms. It is absolutely pure and contains no fusel Oil. Beware of imitations. New York's leading doctor says "Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is u food already digested." Ing from being barbed wire. "At 8 o'clock at night the sick mai grew worse, llo was taken to bunk, the prison oflleor remarking that tho prisoner had about all IK- could stand. A short while later all o'' us except two were cut down. other two were left up until J2 o'clock. They were soro and stiff the next' morning but were worked." Whether the complaints in this let- ter will be Investigated remains to be seen. Secretary Itoot had a long con- ference with President Jloosevelt dur- ing the day and it is supposed he showed him the letter with othei Philippine documents. druKKlati DUKK? JIAlLT Wlllf Medical Booklet Free. or MALT WIIISKEr direct. a CO., itwhertcr. J.. DRS. MULLIN MORGAN, Physicians and Surgeons. Office, No. 12 Clinton St., four doors south Iowa City, Iowa. Night calls answered at office. Both 'I hones. All voters who endorse tho princi- ples of the Democratic party are in- vited to participate in the selection of delegates to this convention. By order of the Democratic Slate Central Committee. N. C. ROBERTS, A E JACKSON, Secretary- Chairman. The Cabinet Has Decided to push the post office investigation. That reminds one of an Iowa City lawyer who, in giving a client reasons why ho should pay a bill for services said: you, I pushed you past the door of the penitentiary." Commencement is Scheduled .to commence on Friday, when the Uni- versity battalion will have dress pa- rade and review, fire the cannons, salute the governor (commander in chief of the Iowa National Guard) and do honor to the opening of the civic exercises of Iowa's educational head. The big event will be the Commence- ment Address oi Senator Hoar. L. W. LITTIG, Physician and Surgeon. Member Royal" College of Surgeons, England. First -National Bank. Both Telephones. U. College St. (Regan f-sidence.) Iowa City, Iowa. j. W. HARRIMAN, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. S. Dubuaue St. 'Phone No. 86. Bloom Terrace, 'Phone No. 249. DftS. NEWBERRY BYWATER Disuses of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Spectacles accurately adjusted. No. S North Clinton Street, Iowa City. DR. D. F. FITZPATRICK, Physician and Surgeon. (Successor to Dr. Jas. Murphy.) Office hours 10-12 a. m., 1-4 p. m. Night calls answered from office. Tel- ephone 100. 109% South Clinton St., Iowa City, Iowa. MRS. ANNA SOUCHEK, 728 B. Fairchild Street Graduate Midwife. City'and Country. Telephone 512, New. The Iowa City Carpet Company make elegant and durable from old carpets. Make rag carpets. Clean carpets by machinery for less than It c-sts to beat them. tlw- oughly renovated and made fresh and clean like new 408 East Col- lege Street Telephone 003. 0. R. CARPEHTER, yirebiteet JOHNSON COUNTY DEMOCRATIC CONVEN i ION. The democrats of Johnson county uill meet in delegate convention at tho Assembly Room in the Com" House in Iowa City. Iowa ,on Saturday. June 13th. 1903. ai one o'clock p. m. for the purpose of selecting seventeen delegates to represent Johnson county at the ctem- tjcratic state convention to be held at Des Moines. Jowa, on Wednesday. June Zith For the election of n oounty centra1 committee for the ensuing year an-1 foi the transaction of such other busi- ness as may properly come, before the convention. The basis of representation in the convention win be one delogate from et ch voting precinct and one delegate for each twenty votes or Traction thereof over ten votes, cast for Ricn- Burkp. for secretary of state in The various townships and pre cincts are entitled to the following rumber of delegates: Precinct. Votes Delegates. Big Grove......214 12 Cedar.........114 7 C-.ear Creek fi4 4 East Lucas.....78 3 Fiemont.......101 it Graham.......90 5 Hardin........101 C Jefferson......-98 G Liberty........125 7 .Lincoln.......55 -I Madison.......R3 The Government is Going atter the post office thieves very slowly. They are all good lepublicans and if they do not get through the very loose net Mr. Knox's men are throwing in the air they will only have themselves to Maine So long as the postmaster geneial, under whose administration of politics these robberies occurred, remains in office the robbers are not likely to see the inside of jail nor to bo very heavily mulcted in their stot- len funds. ProhiDitionitts Can Find some com- fort in the flgmes of trade with Alas- ka F, these it appears that the eat and drink shipments to the terri- t'T.v in last ton months were: of of wines and Honors, f 0. Thus it will be seen that oven in that cold climate and oaiorifr rough i >mers therp is a great- er In cn as a propaganda of republican 3 isiJ Jariff politics. When it was time Siim Jo dejiarl j.nolher fjncss 'or the office lay in his of "dom- rcrats" was "-ejected (o permit the country :s rear-Jns Jiae this ion of officiail position do the by J. H. Whetstone Pharmacy. and Crescent 222 E. College Street Iowa City. Second Ward. The Demorats of the Second Ward w533 meet an cancns at Ine Cily Hall on Thursday June IJtJi at eight o'clock for the purpose of elect- ing eleven delegates to the DemoraJ- 3c Connty Convention and transacting snch other business as may come be- ifore the meeting. J. H. Herring, Chm. Third Ward. The Democrats of the Third Ward will meetj in caucus at GrisseJ's Hall, of in com- i-siioh Ihe robberies of il11 nno as "bnsi- E.. njalters" Aivl .is Ihose Jwo escaped i? f-ete pern'JUed lo bear with ll-o5r old fields of political activity monoj they bad slolon from nhc MX no doubt, after a ,cr zeal. Jhe Jy plunderss will be iurr-ed ouJ Jo use iheir expori- in fnrtfieiiw: 'ho intorosts of Ihe ity nf "reform wilbin Ihe party.' to its further inlioinaJed sncces? the' will to oojaSribite 3ib- of their "savings" :n retflrnfor CRUELTY IN PHILIPPINES. Soldiers Complain of Torture Admin- istered by Army Officers. Washington. June of great cruelties in the administration of the United States military prison near Manila have reached the war de- partment. Six prisoners have for- warded a letter to Secretary Root de- manding an investigation of the condi- tions in the prison. They claim they were given tainted food, which they were unable to eat. in consequence of which they could not work. For fp ing to do this they were strung up by the hands for a number of hours. This occurred repeatedly and gener- ally the prisoners were sent to their cells without supper. "We had another poor breakfast the 27th." says the letter, "and.'being lired and hungry, we again refused to work until given proper food. We were sentenced to be chained Jo the posis of the barbed wire fence, with our hands straight up over our heads, and were not allowed food or water from S o'clock on Jhe 27Jh until re- veiJic on the 2Sth. It is Impossible for us to give a Jnie description ol what we suffered an Jhe post. "AH day Jong we were chained up. without food or water and wiJh sev- eral cans of drinking -water in At noon and night nhe rest of the prisoners ate their meals a short distance from ws. At 1 o'clock one injsoner was seized wiih cramps and legs were drawn up under him. leaving him hanging by ihe wrists alone. It was Jen minnJes before he cut down and Jhcn he tambtal on the ground. It was fnHy jwe minutes before 1he doctor and prison officer caine. "When the doclor did arrive In- gavv !m a of medicine and afler for about ten minnles ordered him lied again. Groaning wjjh pain and wiJh a sentry holding him. he was chained to the post again. A3! we were chained np, the moans of the sick man adding to onr v, Onr shirts -were torn from onr backs, which were cut and bleed- j Contracting Grocers. M. E. Sangster Geo. D._Barth J. L. Wilkinson William Pohler C. Sueppel S. L. Saunders Heck Emmons Mrs. C. W. A. Hill Co A. J. Younkin H. A. Sporieder Hours for Delivery Except Saturday 9.00 a .m. 1C.30 a. m. 3.00 p. m. 4.30 p. m. 123 244 102 317 302 90 51 195 89 72 138 Saturday 9.00 a. m. 10.30 a. m. 2.00 p. m. 3.30 p. m. 5.00 p. m. LACE CURTAINS Laundered 3t 5 to 35e each COPYRIGHT" The rash order of Iowa First Capital Whiskey beats my time as I 1-ave handled a good many different of whikey in my time, but I never had such, a demand as I have for Towa First Capital Whiskey, as it surely sells itself. Tbe call for the brand for the best way'to find out the goods is to try a small bottle of this fine whiskey. FRANK McIlWIERNY, 129 Sooth Clinton Street. 14 Employes 10 years Experience Phone 107 THE C. O. D. LAUNDRY 211-218 iowa Avenue E.H. PRINCE GRAIN, STOCKS, BONDS, PROVISIONS Some Fine Bargains in Second-hand Org'ans for nmxt days in a our records. Good in Graphophones KGCL3D SANDKRS. President P. A. KOKAB. tot 1. c. swrrzHR, AWL cuMcr c.s. JIRHCTOSS Iowa City State Bank IOWA CITY, IOWA S63.000.00. Sorplu. and UwfiTkW Profit.. teakmpt Hjdates. DacaGemtnl Banking J. W. Wch, W. D. J F. D. Ed. W, rrcs. A WW.O G. W. Olsliler. 3. flie Citizens' Savings Trust Co OF IOWA CITY. CJJnlon Slreel. Ir jrcst Paid on Motfgage Loans made on Real Ertate. O. W. H. A. StTOb. fi. W. Koontz. W. K. S C..C ARSON'. President J.C. COCHRAX. WX. A. FRY. GEO. k, FALK, Assrt. Cashier OFFICES 106-7-8 ROYAC INSURANCE BUILDING CHICAGO, ILL. LOCAL. MANAGER A. C PJIJNCE. 114% Wftsbinfton St, CRy. Johnson County Savings Bank IOWA CITY, IOWA. Capital Undivided Profits, Foreign Excbangennd Letlcrj of Credit issued to pan of tlis world. .-------DIRECTORS-------, TJww. r. Whltaciw M. J. Moon JJ. P. C F. J. C. Cecil r 3 T. The Best-The Press- lOc a Week T JNEWSPAPOd
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