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STATE-LINE
WANTS
Mr. Citizen, give Oscar N. Samp
son a little o£ your Fire Insur
ance. 9-15
POOL HALL, complete, with
all accessories, in best town al
ong line: good location for sale
or trade i'or land address "S,"
care of Herald.
First class RESTAURANT rn
Lern n in for sal*1 good reasons
for selling doing good business
address "H," care Herald.
Ve iiave in a ne.v and select
l»ne of ru£- since the fire. Have
us show them to you. Braden's"
The Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel
160 MODERN BOOMS
Located ia Heart of Buainesa DUtrlct
1.00 SINGLE RATE $1.00
CUROPLAN. R«RT roi TWO PIMONI $1.00
PRIVATC BATH AND TOILET CXTRA
rvrmr BOOM HAS HOT AND COIO SUNWIWA
WATER, STCAM HCAT. G«» AND CLtCTRIC
LIGHT*. POBCCLAi* LAVATORY PAR«UtT
noon. AHO TCLCPMONT BCWVLC* TO Of
rtCE ANO CITY. ALL »ATM ROOMS ARC
riNISHCO IN WHITE TILE WITH OPEN NICKEL
PLATED PLUMBING. SEVEN BTORY FIRE
PROOF ANNEX NOW COMPLETED.
Submit Your
Building Plans to
PUna Drawn and Specifica
ti.ms Furnished.
3 Lemmon, S. D.
llhs Steel
Lessons in Shorthand
and Typewriting
11 mm 1?, Land Office Building
GROSS
The FLORIST
TJ THE LOVERS of
TilK ti i£ AC riFUL:
LOWERS, richest gift of
Nature's bounty, crea
ted to gladden the eye
ind u,)lifi the heart,
iutS have*leen visitors to
th »rn.\i of Lemmon too rarely.
The great distance from the twin
cities precluded our satisfying
our lontring for Flowers. But
when recently 1 was offered the
local agencyjor the
Miles City
Greenhouses
whichjjare'ibut Ja comparatively
short distance frwm Lemmon, I
accepted, in order to make Flow
ers more frequent and more eas
ily obtainable companions of our
social and home life. From now
on 1 shall have on sale
FRESH CUT FLOWERS
EVERY SATURDAY
Will you help me to make this
Agency a success? You can, by
giving me vour orders beforehand
or by calling Saturdays to make
selection from the stock on hand.
Be assured that the prices will
always be the lowest obtainable
and the goods strictly fresh.
Margaret A. Gross
Florist.
Store in Herald Building.
SIR GEORGE ASKWITH.
Will Attempt to Prevent
Coal Strike in England.
ENGLISH MINERS IN
FAVOR OF STRIKE
Country
I
F. W. ECKER
u i i n
Contractor
(General Contractor in
Frame, Concrete,
Brick and Stone
O nstruction.
Faces Greatest Labor
Crisis in Her History.
Londoa, Jan. 11.—England Is today
on the verge of the greatest labor
crisis in her history. Reports from
the mining districts declare the men
are voting almost unanimously in fa
vor of the establishment of a mini
mum wage. It is the general opinion
there is no chance of averting a strike,
ps the operators have served notice
th"y will not consider the minimum
wage demand.
The Cardiff collieries have already jrjn5 for
t-uspended domestic and commercial
iated counsels are not the wisest
The invading
SIX MONTHS FOR SUFFRAGE!
ou Q{-
There is not enough coal in Eug- ^jje handwriting on the letters.
land to last a month. Thousands of Qne
industries will be paralysed and much
suffering is sure to result in the event
1
FAN TAN DENS ARE RAIDED
Over 200 Chinese Arrested by the
Police in New York.
New York. Jan. 11.—More than 200
Chinese are under arrest here as the
result of an invasion of Chinatown by
an army of 125 policemen. The spec
tacular raid was the first open move
in a war against gambling and it pet
ted. besides the wholesale arrests, the
destruction of more than a score of
gambling dens.
army
was led
by a
young Japanese who has devoted
months to gathering evidence.
Noted English Woman Burnsd Mail In
Letter Boxes.
London, Jan. 11.—In Old Bailey
court Emily Davidson, one of the most
noted of the militant suffragets of
England, was sentenced to imprison
ment for six months for placing light
ed waste in letter boxes throughout
lxndon, destroying the mail they con
tained.
Rev. Richeson Is III.
Boston, Jan. 11.—Rev. Clarence V.
T. Richeson, waiting death by electro
cution at the state prison some time
during the week beginning Sunday,
May 19, passed a restless night and
Dr. Howard Ixthrop, who attended
him when he mutilated himself sev
eral weeks ago, was called to the min
ister-murderer's cell. The physician
declared Richeson was in no danger.
Blizzard in Georgia-
Atlanta, Ga.. Jan. 11.—AH records
were broken here when the ther
mometer registered within eighteen
degrees of zero. The cold wave was
accompanied by a blizzard that broke
all electric light wires, damaged tele
phone and telegraph lines and prac
tically isolated the city. Two men aro
dead.
Perkins Resigns From Bank.
New York, Jan. 11 —George W. Per
kins further lessened his Wall street
duties by resigning from the directo
rate of the National City bank. I Ill
resignation leaves J. Morgan, Jr as
the sole representative of the Morgan
Interests in the National City bank.
COURT RULES CARNEGIE TELLS
FOR PACKERS OF HIS CAREER
Notation. Relating to Division of Bu«l-
ness Alleged to Have Been Made by
Defendant Connor* AlltWtd to Go
Into the* Record*.
Chicago, Jan. 11.—fnited States Dis
trict Judge Carpenter struck from the
record in the trial of the ten Chicngo
packers charged with criminal viola
tion of the Sherman law certain pa
pers and letters bearing notations pur
porting to be in the handwriting of J.
Ogden Armour, one of the defendants.
The ruling was on the motion of the
defense contending that the presenta
tion of the evidence to the jury with
out definite connecting links would be
prejudicial to the defendants.
Other papers beariiig similar nota
tions purporting to be in the hand
writing of other defendants were per
mitted by the court to remain in the
record, but the court ruled out Jerome
H. Pratt's testimony identifying the
handwriting.
The ruling ordered stricken from the
record a letter dated Oct. 18. 1904.
from J. H. Pratt, then manager of the
dressed beef department of Armour &
Co.. to J. Ogdpn Armour, delivered by
messenger? and returned to Pratt the
following day with figures of margins
and shipment percentages, alleged to
be in the handwriting of J. Ogden Ar
mour.
Telegram Also Ruled Out.
A telegram dated Oct. 18, 1904, sent
by Pratt to the yard of Armour & Co.,
giving working and closing margins
for that date and returned to Pratt
with the letter of Oct. 18, 1?04. with
figures alleged to be in the handwrit
ing of Ogden Armour, covering mar-
other
concerns, also was ruled
evidence by the court,
deliveries because of the demands Judge Carpenter allowed two of the
Made upon them to supply the navy documents to go in the records, but
with fuel. i
ru
]ed out Watt's testimony'identifying
0
these was a memorandum
datfd Aprll u 1906
thur
pared for a long struggle
The miners are preparing to strike
on March 1 if the vote shows that
two-thirds of the men are in favor of
the minimum wage demand.
in discussing the proposed strike,
the Chronicle save:
"There is room for Sir George Ask
with (the industrial commissioneri tc
achieve his greatest triumph if he can
bring peace between the coal owners
and the miners but the tension creat
ed by the mere threat of a coal strike
is so disastrous to the industries of
the country that intervention should
not be left until the twelfth hour. Be-
MEET DEATH IN SNOWSLIDE
Two Great Northern Engineers Killsd
in the Rockies.
St. Paul. Jan. 11.—Caught In a snow
slide a mile east of Java, in the Rocky
mountains, Traveling Engineer Allen
and Rotary Engineer Brulport of the
(ireat Northern were carried to their
death, according to official advices re
ceived in St. Paul. Seven employes,
Including the division superintendent
and division roadmaster, were on the
rotary. The roadmaster and the su
perintendent were shaken up but only
slightly hurt. Fireman Hose received
a broken leg.
RANCHER KILLS HIS FAMILY
H* Wields Ax on Wife and Dauflhttr,
Then Commits Suicide.
Milligan, Neb., Jan. 11.—Word has
reached here that Peter Brothers, a
wealthy rancher living near here,
murdered his wife and four year old
stepdaughter with
committed suicide
throat with a razor.
Jealousy caused tho wholssala kill­
ing
No Claims Against Big Estate.
Denver. Jan 1 i—Charles H.
Kountze, former president of the Colo
rado National bank, left no unpaid
counts when he died and n« one has
any Haim against the estate, valued j„r
at $12,000,000. These fans were rt.
I —_____
Memoranda Attributed to Ar= Appears as Witness Before
moor Stricken Out. Steel Trust Probers.
TWO DOCUMENTS STAY IN VIEWS ffi WRITING
8ubmit, Lonfl
addressed to Ar-
Meeker from J. H. Pratt and re-
of a tieup of the mines. turned the next day to Pratt with pen
The miners organization has flO,- jj figures showing working and clos
fOO.UM In its treasury and is well pre- jag margins for other concerns and
figures indicating agreed percentage
of total shipped for the past week, the
amount to be shipped the current
week, alleged to be in the handwrit
ing of Thomas J. Connors.
Another was a memorandum dated
July 27, 1904, signed by T. G. Ijee of
Armour & Co.. returned to J. H. Pratt
with pencil notations giving agreed
percentage shipments and margins for
the current weeks, alleged to be la the
handwriting of Thomas J. Connors.
LONE WOMAN ON THIS JURY
Compelled to Sleep in Same Room
With Eleven Men.
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 11.—Mrs. Retta
Dodridge, the only woman on (he jury
that is hearing a manslaughter case,
slept behind a screen in the same
room with the eleven men on the Jury,
under a ruling made by Judge J. T.
Ronald.
Mrs. Dodridge had the attendance
of a woman bailiff, who occupied an
adjoining couch.
This arrangement was made when
counsel for Joseph Bianchi, a city de
tective on trial for killing a prisoner
who attempted to escape, otj«Ct«d
the jury being separated.
Statement Declaring
Trust Problem Will Be Solved as
Result of Present Agitation—Vigor­
ously Denounces the Banking Laws
Of
the Country.
Washington, Jan. 11.—Andrew Car
negie was an Involuntary witness be
fore the Stanley house committee
probing the affairs of the United States
Steel corporation. Mr. Carnegie, who
was first lequested to appear and up
on declining the invitation was per
emptorily summoned to Washington,
was wanted to elucidate many of the
details of the organization and opera
tion of "the steel trust" and its domi
nation of an industry in which he was
for so many years a predominant fig
ure.
His testimony consisted of a review
of his career as a steel maker and the
presentation of his views on the gen
eral trust situation. The banking
laws of the country he denounced vig- I
orously, while in a written statement
submitted to the committee he set
forth his views that the trust prob-
i
lem would be solved without doubt as
a result of the study that is being
made of the evils attendant upon mo
nojoly and restraint of trade.
Mr. Carnegie was accompanied by
J. H. Reed of Pittsburg, his counsel
The committee room was crowded
with spectators, including many wo
men.
Full of vigor and energy the iron
master faced the nine representatives
and through his examination an
swered back smartly to their (lues
He absolutely declinod to 4J»
ANDREW CARNEGIE.
COM anything of which *he
was act
perfectly certain and several itines
during the session reproached Chair
man Stanley for asking questions
which called for personal answers.
After reviewing his early connec
tions with the steel business Carnegie
was asked what his plans were when
he sold out to the steel trust
"Why," he answered, pounding the
table before him, "if 1 had remained
In the steel business I would have had
a plant at Conneaut, O thut would
have astonished the world anil would
have absolutely crushed out all
Will Losvt Manila ntu.itiy t„,
In China.
Manila,
Jnd- 11.
AI t'MMiiiitli will IIM
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pliiiooit h«iiM*« th* tihij
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other itonne *tu
n ax and^ then
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by slashing bis "f fh*
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vealed whw, tho af 'Vt* 'WW* h* MhI
the county CSOrl WP MlttSUMM to ta*i.'h llM tt+Ht i* ..
claims. pufslow
Muin St.. Lemmon. 8. D.
SI KA hi) ft mi my place on sec.
Uli, Adams Co., about l)oc
1^1, four cows ami two spring
I
MIII
when I had seen the prospeei*
AUM
immediately: 'We will own nut ore,'
and we bought flve«UHis of Oliver's
holding*.'
FIFTEENTH UNDER ORDERS
CilvoM.
WWM
I N E E S
Is the the greatest incentive towards
saving money.
When you find yew money is earn
ing something, you feel more like saving.
Interest, like a much advertised rem
edy, "works while you sleep."
We pay interest on time certificates
for six or twelve months time.
Absolute safety, liberality and cour
tesy our watch word.
First State Ban
Lemmon, South Dakota
Business Men Wantei
The new Town of Lawther, Morton County, N.
offers good openings for various lines of busine
pecially to men who can talk German. Wanted arc
Physician, a Druggist, a Meat market, a Blacks
Shop, a Hardware store, a Harness shop, Fur
store, Elevator and Newspaper.
|We have secured a very fair wheat and Oats aoi
and the flax crop is the best. Prospects are sp!
for good business.
P®r information see or write
William Heil
Lawther, P. 0., Elgin, N. Dal
Lemmon Furniture
and Hardware Co.
Offers during the new Year 1912 its complete Sua
Furniture, Rugs, Bedding
Hardware, Stoves, Etc.
Everything for the
Two cows red, ono rod
Willi
whiu-
luct\
,.,tVrrl\
Older*
for lh» m»f
battalion of lit* I'lfuuMlh ttir«M'f
regiment In leuv« fio 'Mint
reached here and I he t»»p*lliln», mi
prepared iniiuedluMy IMspo into**
I lf«
llnkery.
Mt*\t*
III I TTMII.NITTL N1
the Mill elillsled men Hh4 ftflh«|| Ufa
cers, with whom will he »ni»f »(M«
nient of the hospHsl Mi^m
chintt
W'rw »m MM- Iw.ie |i, |,WV(,
HI ftli (l tiNf, Mini ,,*
t'fl+
so rall.il V fo.i j#
Mrt Hn* fry
Houst
AT LOWEST PRICES.
T. NICKISCH.
Undertaking and Embalming.
Funeral Directing and Suppli
HOLWAY'S Restaurant
Will Berve^yuu well
com­
petition in the steel business
Discussing ore lands Mr. Carnegie
said:
•"I bad always been opposed to any
mining enterprises, but my good
friend Harry Oliver hud secured
vast umount of ore lands In Mlrmeso
t... I went up to look them over,
IStlOft Oriler Meals 2
llojfillar
Dinner,
pins may be lost, oil h"'®!
pipes may be partly
clogged, valves
ma? be pitta
need grinding
mxK
36c
carbon wW
round the rings of
n
ytt tint Mm,,,,,,!*
the
hardens in cold weather,
does not allow
them to 1*1
their^work, steering gear
may be and
probably art? i
allowing excessive p'a*
wheel. The
one tun red.
Olio call red, tho other red
Willi \vluu
I net'. None brand
notify promptly
ItUIIKKTCAI'l1, l!»xU24. U*m
rrinii. I)
fact that a
run all season
with littleora
tention beyond
oiling,
and filling
Wilde CiMdbe at
lUy (iivoJt trial.
Al littvu 0 KMMJ MUtr#.
HAVE YOUR AUTO
OVERHAULED NOW
up tanks it ^1
more reason
why it shou^
examined, as
the owner
lulled in.to a fale
sence»H
ty by the good Ix-havier
vehicle while
all the time
thing is gradually workiH
ward the trouble
whicha
overhauling
would avoid'
IX
not wait until the la-4|
ment to have it done, but1
Fred Noble, at thePapk'
for
firs*
class work.
0||r
liet yoar
ttMHiMt Ufotn jH|i
tfiiif# tMs fWfM*of |IHI voni lour
ft# »»t* htnhit*
M|k„q
,,f
it ft hi}
fM«t rf/»*«i *ol
repairing w
hauling done now.
and
•awafceeeyand vexation-'
it
a
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H. H. POMEBj
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