OCR Interpretation


Saturday news. (Watertown, S.D.) 19??-19??, December 26, 1912, Image 1

Image and text provided by South Dakota State Historical Society – State Archives

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn2001063549/1912-12-26/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

".A»lwlt]ca&!S«
\r 5*--4^
e&.rtf'-i
Pfp
I#
\w
4'
4:
te
#4^.*%*- X8&V "V a
H.** s",v^*$ '^U-i*i
I ti^e, i- tT.- HMn
-&K&
Nt*1* "h Jiv
,*• *i
m.
f«4»
a§pa*
i- W
ALLEGED
IKiik% Prerifcift lb* YM^'
HmilHnlM
'I'^T:
.DbllKt
SktaM ArihiifM Unr#
dhM is Trae BiBs.
New York, Dec. 34.—Cfcarler 8. Mel
tltt, prMldent of th* New Totk, fiew
H*ven and Hartford railroad B, J.
Chamberlain, president ot tb« Orand
Trunk Railway «t Canada, and Alfred
W. Smlth'erH. clialman of the Grand
Trnak board of director*, "were Indict
ed toy tUe federal xrand jury, bore
charged with violating the Sherman
•ntl-tnist law in the 'alleged monopoly
•Ceement. between the two roads.
The Indictment even Hellen, Chant'
tterlatn and Smithen were engaged tn
Aug. 8, 1912, and hatne since engaged
In an Unlawful combination te prevent
ike completion of certain eztenalonB
ef the -Grand lYtmlt railway Into New
Unhand.
is also charged they conspired to
Tfevent the operation of steamships
between Providence and N^w- Y-ork
•and transportation ®f pers'pi^i and
property in Interstate and foreign com
merce over these llpee of ^altroads
and steajnahipB. t"„
8ev^oy^t acts We aWged ify Uu^
government.
It is charged (hat the defendants
vet in New York Ang. 6,1)112, and dis
"Cussed a menoran)taln th«retpfore ex
'Changed b«tweei Messrs.- Chaaibeiv
l^lo and-^elljfe. which ^frcovlded that
the Grand TnroRjMh»a^1'l#btl' tl» VWlA
Havw^W^.aP'-
rn'lt*'
'Central of
1
The "third act alleges that'the-'dj^'
Pendants held (urtber meetings la
New fork city on Sept. 20 of th^s
year the fourth that they held an
other meeting in New York on Oct. 1
die fifth that at this last mentioned
Inciting Mellen Initiated and gave to
the codefendante a memorandum of
the agreement, ^providing, among otli
er things, that the Grand Trunk is
fo retain the, Central y«rmont and
the easting controlled lines and con
tinue Its existing business as at pres
ent
The sixth-overt act alleged is that
Mellen caused the withdrawal of a pe
tition, previously filed by his directors
with the public service commission of
New Hampshire^ asking authority to
extend one of, the New Haven lines
paralleling and. competing with a por
tion of the Central Vermont railway.
The seventh overt act, as set forth.
Is that on Nov. 9, "itll, Chamberlain
caused the' work of constructing a
line from Palmer Mass., to i?rovl
dence, R. I., to be abandoned.-V1'
VERY
Cl
FEW ARRESTS MAOE
Londort
Suffragettes destroy Christ
mas Mali Matter.
Dec. 24—The whole of
limdont
tondon's police forws Was powerless
against the actions of the militant suf
fragettes, who ^oiiMd acfd and a
sticky fluid in this letter boxes, which
•were filled with Christmas cards and
letters.
It was an easy matter for a suffra
gette to drop the destroying stuff
Into the boxep, while apparently inno
cently posting some Christmas card
or parcel.
The arrests of women,Sot t&e letter
fcox offengep were comparatively few,
considering^ that the utrageft oc
curred in every quartets of London.
T^e^pollce were unable h).4«te^»
'itrtjtoget^^ln the act
THIRTEEN OEAD MANY HURT
Pw»l« MOKIRO K»!^ure T*M»*te|, wf
I ^[email protected]$|pu#s, BelBiumi'"y .-S
lfeiHn
1
Be^ium, pm, 24.—Thlrte"^
''Jdn d«ad and fifty seriously injured as
result of he ilr&*)trfch bUraed down
a cteematdg lajh th&ter at Bfurranues^
vw here-. Mine ot Use audience wf*
MM
&
l&riNNBM*'. -Ow
jfprjkcat
and Its iituhsfdfa^
ries which ^rould include all the prth,
posed extensions into New England^
Discussed Dividing Business.
•"The second overt act alleged em
Viraces a charge- that Chamberlain"
wrote to Vice Fresi4ent*J. 12. Dalrym
ple of the Grand Trunk, saylng.he, and
Bmltbers had had a satlgfactoiT inter
view with Melles'-and it Was agreed
that Dalrymple and Benjamin Camp
bell of the New Haves should. nkeet:
quietly -in Mellen'* office .and. discuss
new divisions of New England busi
ness.
cV
I'
I
4
wiktMi-''.
mkm
r^?-R^S^w' to»S&£ fws
*$$ «--,••••
4*i^»':%'^'All!P^
:a*vottto :^r»^:wii#
mur
W«w**
IM DMki.
towN*
Vl^y"v«if,' India WouMetf
V' lendant Killedi
IDelh^ilndia, Dec. 24.-«ip Charles
Harding*, viceroy of India, was
wounded and one of his attendants'
was. killed /and anothor hurt "hy a
bomb hurled at the vfceroy from a
housetop a«r he was entering the new.
capital in i^tev' The bomb struck the
howdah -at 'the viceroy's elephant,
killing the attendant instantly. The
•tceroy was Akurriedly removed te a
hospital "Tlhe'bomb thrower escaped.
.The viceroy was making entry in
»*£*, to Delhi a* the last of the cere
pipniea ..in connection with the trans
fer of the capital from? Calcutta to
Delhi.
ROD'S BODY ON WAY
TO UNITED STATES
Brltist WirsHp.
-V. '|H
London, Dec. 22.—Not since the
memorial funeral
1
of the late King
Bidward VII. toss London seen a more
impressive funeral cortege than thai
of. .the:' late lyhltelaw Reld, United
States ambassador to the court of St.
Jhmes, whose body left for his native
land' on the cniiaer Natal from Ports
mouth.
A crowd, even greater than that
which watched the casket pass on its
way to the-Westminster abbey memo
rial service thronged the streets to
see th} procession trom Dorchester
House ih Park lane to the Victoria
station where the body was entrained
tor Portsmouth.
Full military and naval honors were
paid to the dead ambassador and the
British government did everything pos
sible to show Its respect
,To the patriotic Americans of the
London colony it-was apparent that
the British were doing everything pos
sible to honor the United States.
Aj the warship weighed anchor
naval valuta was fired and the British
and American flags wire placed at
tigsssm
CASTRO SAILS FOR AMERICA
£icPreeid«rit of Veoexusla Known te
La TouralQe,
jparls, fi(ec- 24.—Though fli# police
l^aru.tt^ soma Teawh. ^tgmaMr
khowa only by the prefect, denied
ttet- CiprtanoL Csstro, ex-presldent of
Venssuela, Jhr-d left Frauce, It was
l^twp/ ^he .#uth American .was at
rii on board the liner la Touralm*
9 x,
Aiooordiag to fiAtUm receivad tnM|
igne Prieta, K«k^ the repprtt* fcMV
Ht ot
nearly tibous&nd pereoa* bjr
aqui lifdUiaa at 8^ Marcla isiuilis
lbllo'wIiiga--d«U
lite cltitens and
several hours.
The advices say ttygt the cittsens
jtonght until all their ammunition ^s
exhausted wheh ttey %er» forced to
surrender. The Yauts then began
their massabre, hundreds of. lnnocent
tpersons belngr slhin.y 'x-,-.
Two American wftnfen ha^e be^n
assaulted, ami 'all the Americas^
have been warned bf the government,
to borne into the ci^r for Wotsction.
Many are fleeing, leaving behind all
their property 'fnd ,yaluaht^»! they,
have been years in gsomnull^dg.
lust hoW lmtaintmt is the crWs be
tween the Unlted 'Btates and Mexico
was made apparent in the praeticalj
admission
partment officials that^he tenor ot
the United States oltli^tum to' Mex
ico had been allowed to* become pub-.
41c in the hope that president Madero
would reaHre thai this time tTncle
Satn meanB to^|«pe Uc
?w
It is «tpeeted that the Un!
States tirlll' be compelled to take
steps forcibly to guarantee the iafe
ty of American cltlsens
Judge Sherwood Holds
Chambers at Clark
Clat-k*"pilot-BevIeW: Judge Sher
wood in chambers Monday disposed
of a namber of cases. There were
Av« actions in which the: plaintiffs
were given judgments agalnat the
defendants, as follows: ,.
First National Bank ot Vienna vs.
a. *Hller,
Acme lHarvester Co. vs. James
Halstead.
Mary J. .Wtfter,™- ,9(h^- 9-
Chas. Carpenter vs.
Dr. M. F. Haynea
I,
', 'n V1 v&V
till S^L A
^S^«3E^Km»SaSS^WSW»»J»®i?®®Hi©«B»^S^'5 v*w3", r, «$ -i. »C. -T
**•?-n 'ijjjj^il3^^'!.' t» 1- "fc. it
'.''
mm
Taht Sdft i» CMnortw fc^
ohn Lloyd,
vs. Robt Jack-
'W
The"'"'Tmip6Maili ctfBB' under consid
eration involves the ownership or ti
tle to a valuable 160 acre farm in
Berlin township. It is entitled Del*
bert D. et al vs. Flora Hug
gins, and judgment was deferred un
til January 13, when arguments will
be offered by attorneys representing
the different parties in internt, and
at which time there will be quite an
array of legal talent here from dif
ferent parts of the state.
A divorce case from Willow Lakes
will be heard on Thursday, Dec. 26.
MrB. C. J. Miller Is suing for a di
vorce from her husband. Sevdral
other cases will be disposed of ou
that day.
Judge Sherwood considers the ex
pense of hearing cases In chambers
much less than at the regular terms
of court, and tor. this reason cham
bers Is kept open both in this city
and at Watertown/and In addition to
the B&ving ta expense It is on accom
modation to litigants vho can have
thefr differences adjusted much quick
er tUan otherwise would be the case.
Jjpn MacDoweH^ one ot the genial
salemen at the Model, Is .spending: a
week with his parents to Minneapolis.
Mr. MacDowell has charge ot the ad
vertlslng of the Model, and his wen
written advertisements no doubt have
a large share of the credit for the
wm tueaA. jmit I**', wwf.
(•end through, the m^l mer-
.^ude*i!»i«»-.^opartment»step
rfe#aMy
Snared'
the state depi»rtaient wIH be the lait
of this country's formal dlpkrauitlu
exchanges. denianttlng protect^ to,
its citizens sad property, i«uth»j»vo
Iutlon-ridden country. T^,
tAes Alasha ««l th.
Island^ but notthftPhmpplnes.
°Foc tnstanoe, the map *rlth its ftuta
beretf uctjUts printed on It show that
New 'YOrk City is., in unit 717 wMtshr
of course, Is tn the first gone. Ifoteih
locality makes its own first sose» So,
ltr was neceBsary for the departiswnt'
to have printed separate maps for
ettah locality. Suppose you ate in
unit 717'-\
:nthe
Weight
1 pound
2 pounds
8 pounds
4 pounds
6 pounds
jS pounds
pounds
f,.pounds
,#, A
1
mor» than il'
more than
six
At-preeent the jpumber of men to
the postal service has net been in
$$»aj|ft. Such Is considered
at
rewnt-
on the part »ttt» has been working
ilnoe last July, ijShen ocwj
a the law, preparing ftfe
.that-of the ,new, servlee,"
thou*ana of the nn^^dailuats
ic«t« scitlSs have b«»tt »rder
dftllvery before Swtr&Hr*.-*. *a
zone «*fctem. There we eight dAeri
ent zohjCn.! Cpon the map* are de-plct
ed vorldbs milts in .oach zone. tJVeiT
town l^%lttta^ed in a nifmhet«d Junit,
ahown iiponSfte.tnajii 'jto flrst none
la any distance.^ within fifty miVsa,
Vhe second icne-dsa grcaterdistaSce
and on until tha list zone, which
first zone and you
want to send package to Buffalo,
which is approUmately. invunlt lil62,
i#hich is in the second zone. You
take tlie package to the postofflce, and
the postoffice clerk will plaoe ltfln the/
newly constructed seales first desig
nating on the scales that the, pack-:
age is to go to the second 20ne. When
It is weighed the scale'Will give ex
actly the amount' necessary 'to carry
the package to Its destitution.
The first ssone of fifty mlles lnotuaes
what is called the local tone. The
iMtiimim charge tor the local sone is
6 cents for the first pound, and 1 cent
Vor
Sf *«5'
pounds ^gamra
18 potinds
pounds
Xonnaa Conn
l,T
4, »**'L l'
fi a»jK«»^r nps$«s
ft
hit «vrdu«e^^r 75 cttits..
te«t
In coa»b|aed lengtin and glrth^ Ona
potat Uw postmaster general wishes
etuphastffcd and that fa that all pack
ages tyrtfc to be taken to the post
oflSoe ^p^he send^rrAhd this doesnt
mean jtiie numbered iubstatlonv or
Ainarllktoqnd la drug stores, ,h^Jh^
regulu* ^ostofflce stations.
hej packages wfll be delivered at
their dtettnatfon. In wagons, the deliv
eries being as regular as the present
letter service
k!'
-igt
'mm
Among th« things that will not
accep«*d 5Tor|ilel^r*iry are Intoxlcantd,
e^plosive^, SKflansnable liquids, Hvu
or dei^ jpm^kala^-. flrejftrms, di^easd
g«ru», tKioks or^rinted matter^
SMplal ,s«rief, of atwpa
-§rm
Wt,
shipped
fiackages copttUs^ng. ejga^i»u»t be
Alt ftwUf *r$S
,»«^,"toj*« nWMteftl
The parcel post stamps
1% lnc^s betwaen the perforated
inatlons. in a curved panel
th# top, supported by'ft 'jpaMjfU4^te^
pendlcular column at each^i^Ut^
Triangular ornaments occupy bote
upper corners.»-fhe .denominatltm
'large numerals is lu eacli lower )or
nar, with the title ot the subject and
the word "cente" or ^doOarf" b#
tween, &
,The deslgns^on tW scr
nations are as follows
cent—Postofflce olefin?
cents—City carrier, 'tt-m
'8
cents—Railway postal c'lerit'%
4 cent*—Rural oirriat^ \4
5 cents—Mall train,
10 cents—Steamship and mall tend
er.
16 cents—Automobile service,
'v 20 cents—Aeroplane carrying mall,
25 cents—Manufacturing.
B0 cents—Dairying.,
75 cents—Harvesting.'
|1—Fruit growing.
the purpose Ot carrying the lajv Into effect the United.-'Btfttes
divided into zone* with different ra&B of postage applicable to" each, a*
fSlkrws
S5rst Z6m
.y
1H#
II
8
I
*0.06
.06' $0.07
iMS
%tl2
37
oC
fn
3§Wh\^
W
rat
.16
ot:
MiniBeapolls, spent
Friday evening here. Norman is well
known by many of the yonns people
of this city. Hfc^ls the ^n of Bd Conn
Pf W}5^§^ -W -^k
jsg
liiSS#
I a.
/f
H.
ft
sod Buifirlsv,
pnfevlotb'
andjSmli
fv
fsr* 'sAr
jbth Meeting cM
renee."
vlctoriouir,«)ltti
rtwrt cards MHi
were lb the term H)T!Hanritilla|
tlons which ttwy'fcaij.afHit
pose on the Ottomsn At^lre,,^
manda as set forth wenfe
Pi
T1i«'%reateA aflvan^e
09I j^)Bt i^to^he farmer WoJfo* ^lalatni, on the Biio^
a 9 9
sumer. A postal card tor tl^MCen or
more fresh eggs-^in be
day-and t^te «g«firecelved
AU klnds of ^ro^ win
able.
the
from
Sea of Msriapra, to a point Ji®
HiI
Ug thi peninsula
anla's status to be 4ecidctv|
W»W««- i" -s
Second—The cession of ttt A^an P-i
Islandp, o^upled by llw Ureril Mttet
In the present var anil^y thriltewi^
In: the .recent war. SL
•. Third—'The oeasion to Qre«|k ot ^1
lr]^a& rights in the bland MCntir
The m*a did
lid
«iai proposals wh^rh they Alti
fes%^ni them
«p^ci06»tl«ui the Turk*
^hit thelr
tx-V
inttslmrt. tte «svresi
ness^parblcularly In shosi di
otfc'w^eiwt of the «h^fcp r*t»
parcel past. The suhtirb««i/.po
tmd proftuce markets will j#efacceii
lble'ta.thonsMMls ^towtt-'l^rjM./rf
The 'for^l.wn
la 'Quarter' o(t ia
'lt#ten»d to the vr
lite ef!'"tl»l^'SBl4rop«Si|i,
t^cmal^mment sna
«mttsa.t until Saturi
pt f)M. itH'es^'.dSnands.
N t- ff
•S 09 09 tr
I s| ss
I I
11
Ml
8
.11 #0.12
.19 .21
.28#'^
.37?f4l
.01
5(11
•«:r
8988
iot
they -wiip'te^ttii.t 1
si^e Mr.-ihem to *#pt sttcS1
tems, but .that statement. )$jnevM|ri»ft»
•^1 meetings of'tHs cha
^pectefl.i
EUSTIS
JS2 .91

tM
1.001, MX
For Sale—A set of buggy runners
that have been, used btrt tew times
aad are just as good as new- Price
•6.00. Inquire of B. M» Barker at
mm
1
Sfe-'s
WW*
SEARCHIN6F0R
iNmsels 'isa^er^sr
tfm parties left ¥fopassyi|ri dayHghU
In flte forlot-n of RndTsg poeMbM
sui'vlv«r» of tnT Furnes*u liner trior-*'
ehee, #W«5h went dor«,,^«M»»Mji|f
sfss..w«stxof St, Sbootsr?
The l%^wn' survivors, in num-.
her, say {hat u|rt anotheff*o«lEsceuii
pDftnibly"haTe»esfcaped wwn^he stee:.
steamier ouM«l to blts^n the soutk»i
west gale ihafteat hey fn ,th^%U «»4
1
But becpufe thip'^s
coast is h0ite?Bombed with -4»al
caves, and ttuts uaeddurjog t^e m/msy.
by fishermen the people at ^repassy
are hoitljig tliai one 6r twp. others
War hav* Teaehed landi
M»F KN0X IS TO BE BLUNTP
WUi Veil Mexicans AmsHcan
.^Hests Must B« '$
Washington. Dec, 27.—•WhlW^deny
Ing that the rejoinder which -Secre
tary Knox 4s preparing, to Mexico's
reply to the state' dspartment'y note
Of last September, demanding, protec-i
tlon for American Interests in MexiooM
will be an ultimatum, officials here ad
3 mlt that Mexico Is to be told in tatt-^
guage that cannot be misunderstood
that the United-States Insists that its
cltlsens be adequately protected!
against the revolutionary band* thai
have been preying upon American.
owned pr^pertj?.-
CHATRTTA
WSshinfltoft lo. C.) Man Wiirtii«ec»|
inaugural Csremunyv
^-New York, Dec. 2?.—William %reO'L
Vta Bustfs of Washington has been
selected "chairman of tire' in^ufural-t
committee which will hav« Sharif
Wood row Wilson's inauguration.
1
n»|
la a brothej1 of the late Senator Suttisf
a a
the Bei^tiOtt --wsa-raSn«ibjite|d
William F. McComhs, chal^sn of ihe-'
al
MM

xml | txt