MRS JOHN BRELDEWBACH MET
ALMOST INSTANT DEATH
Mr. Breidenbach Also Hurt—Raising
of Parasol Startled the Horse-
ent that happened on South Wash-|
ington street at the M. & St. L. cross
ing on Sunday afternoon about o'
clock. Tne accident was the worst
one that has happened in Aberdeen
for yenrs a."d the city is still excited
over it, lor the reason that its vic
tims are well known and respected
Air. and Mrs. Breidenbach were
out for an afternoon drive and were
behind a horse which Mr. Breiden
bach had purchased only the day be
fore. The animal was a high spirit
ed one but was considered sale. They
started from their home on South
Washington street a few. minutes be-
and Eleventh avenue, just this side
of the Normal school grounds, Mrs.
Breidenbach raised her umbrella.
The snap that this caused scared the
horse and he bolted across the vac
ant lots toward South Washington
street. When he gained the street
he dashed south and turning slightly
to the west hit the grade crossing of
the M. & St. h. The noise of the
impact as the wheels hit the rails
was terrific and the attention of per
Bons living in that portion of the
city was attracted in that direction.
Persons who saw the accident say
that the horse cleared tne first tracs
all right but that before it reached
the second one the horse swerved
to one side. Mrs. Breidenbach fell
over the dashboard of the buggy and
fell under the front wheels and Mr.
Breidenbach was thrown out an in
stant later, falling from the other
$lde of the buggy.
The bystanders rushed to the scene
Immediately. Mr. Breidenbach was
stuuned for a moment but he arose
and holding his hands in pain to
his two sides, asked how Mrs. Brei
denbach was. .She was unconscious,
Dr. Johnston was called and he im
mediately upon arriving, pronounced
her dead from the shock. Her body
showed no signs of injuries, except
that one arm had a few scratches.
Turning to Mr. Breidenbach, the
physician told him gently that his
wife was dead. The husband broke
down completely and all that he
*fcould say was "I tried to control the
Mv3. John Breidenbach \v:is almostj cently purchased them fiom a Min
instantly killed and Mr. Breidenbach! ^eapolis bioker named Iiurd, who
idly hurt in a runaway accld-lheld thorn as security for money he
Aorse and keep him in the road, but
It was Impossible."*. He was remov
ed to the hospital, where he is rest
ing comfortably and will able to
leave the Institution within a day or
The remains of Mr® Breidenbach
•were removed to the undertaking
parlors of W. H. Wilson, where (they
are b&ng prepared for burial.
Mrs. Breidenbach would have been
56 years of age had she lived until
next Sunday. She was bprn in Italy
and came „to this country with her
parents at an early age and settled
in Wisconsin at Genoa. Her maiden
name was Mary Starnocki. She was
jffiarried to Mr. Breidenbach at La
^Crosse, Wia„ and after their mar
Tiage they lived near Viroqua until
they came to Brown .county. South
j^akota, twenty-three years ago. Mr.
Breidenbach took a farm in Rondell
.^OTRrnship, near. the Spink county
3ine. They lived there until il^ven
years ago, when they pettled Iri Ab
jfrdecn, haying reei^ed
fore o'clock and drove one block owed him in a second mortgage for
east and then down Jay street. When I $10,000, Isaac Lincoln takes a mort
tliey reached the corner of Jay street gage for $2,000, F. B. Gannon for
Lupie arrived last night and Mrs.
Zabolia is expected within a day or
two. Martin left Seattle yesterday
with his wife and they will be here
within a few days also.
No arrangements have been made
for the funeral.
Mrs. Breidenbach was a member
of the W. R. C. and an ardent mem
ber of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
church. Mr. Brcidenbach is a mem
ber of Robert Anderson Post, G. A
STRONG BUYS THE
Btl0ns' lhf M|"ne*p-
olis financier, has purchased the
Mrs. Breidenbach Thought to Have $100,000 bonds, issued for the pur
poso of iinuncing the building of the
Died From Shock.
new sh(.rnulll House hotel of this
city, from Messrs. Lincoln, Gannon
and Jackson of Aberdeen, who re-
had loaned Mr. Ringrose for build
ing expenses. Mr. Strong paid ?S5,
000 for the bonds. As there are sev
eral thousand dollars to be paid in
commission and interest, this sale
still leaves $22,000 necessary to com
pletely finance the erection and
.equipment of the new Sherman
A paper was started Monday to
take subscriptions among Aberdeen
financiers for the $22,000 remaining
to be raised. Mr. Hafsos, the con
tractor, who has put money of his
own into the building, yesterday
signed a paper by which he agrees
to take in his pay for the money
$1,000, J. H. Jackson for $1,000 and
the Dakota National Bank, it is un
derstood, will also take a mortgage
for $1,000. This leaves but $8,000
to be raised and the paper will be
circulated today raise that am
Mr. Gannon, president of the First
National Bank, said last night that
this $8,000 will clean up the matter
entirely and he says that the busi
ness men of Aberdeen, who have al
ready been behind the deal, are an
xious to have the amount raised, as
the hotel, when it is completed and
thrown open for business, will be the
finest in the Northwest and should
prove to be a good investment, vf.
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GRAYS LOSE TO
*er'&usba&d:'ttre£ sons, a daughter
w^^dnd four sisters. The sons are John
V.^l^ad Joseph, proprietors of the Cjrwl
-drug-sfcore at tfcfe'corner of Sixth and
lennepin Ares., Minneapolis, Mar-
studying music In Co-
^nhagen^tjettmark. The sisters are
~Lupie of Minneapolis,
pi'this city Mrs. Albert Za
"Ctenoa, Wis., Mrs. Adolph
PIERRE—11 TO 4
The Hub Oity Oreyslost to Pierre
Monday at Huron in th series' of
games for the championship of the
state by the score of 11 to 4. -1 The
«ame was close up to the sixth In
ning, when the Aberdeen team went
to pieces and after that the game
was never |n doubt. The attendance
wajs' very large.
batterlfl^, were: Pierre—Pflum
and Albert Aberdeen—Wblted,
€ooper and Qulnn.
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A fifocl^matlon recently Issued h?
the|««rtdent at'Washington, na^iM
Octoher Bth to 17th:lftCluaive, for re*
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RAILROAD COMPANY'S ARCHI
TECTS ALREADY AT WORK ON
Nothing Definite Decided Upon Yet
Owing to the Fact That Various
Eeads of Division Departments Are
Being Asked to Tell What They
Want—Will Be Tracks Where the
Present Depot Is. J$
ABERDEEN DEMOCRAT. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1908
The American is informed by: rail
road officials who are irf a position
to know that architects' in the em
ploy of the Milwaukee railroad are
already at work preparing plans and
specifications for the new depot and
headquarters that are to be erected
in this city within a very short
The time is yet too early to give
out with definiteness what soft of a
building or buildings the road is to
build. There "are so many different
officials whose personal wants are
being considered in regard to the ar
rangements of the efllocs that noth
ing of a definite shape has isstied
yet from the bunch of suggestions
that have 'been forwarded to the
headquarters of the road at Chicago,
One thing is certaiin and that Is that
the road is to build some magnlfl
cent buildings here In the near fu- George Russell of 'Fargo, N. D., par
ture. ents of the bride and Miss Beth
A railroad man said just yesterday South of. Andover, a friend of the
that whe nthe change is made the hridi .•
present passenger depot will be mov- After the ceremonf was performed
ed and entirely put out of commis- a very delightful wedding supper
sion or else converted into some oth- was served at which the newly wed
er building. Where the present de- ded couple received the .felicitations
pot stands will, probably be railroad of the guests and after teh dinner
tracks and the new building will was over Mr, and Mrs. Nantz were
near the location of the present loaded onto a large dray of the Gam
frel^ht offices. .The building ifrill ble-Robinson Fruit company and es
contain the passenger depot and the corted to the M. & St. L. depot with
department offices and perhaps" tjie their guests on the back of the dray
freight offices also. giving them a ro£al eend-off. Theiy
r*' will go to Minneapolis to visit a sis
'L ter of the groom and from there^
FREDERICK BOYS s°
FALL INTO RIVER
Was Solemnized Last Evening at the
Home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Among the out-of-town guests who
were present were Mr. and Mrs.
of the bride.
The groom is the shipping clerk
fdr the Gamble-Robinson Fruit com-
... I pany and the bride has been a steno-
What might have proved a serious grapher for the same firm. Both
accident happened to three of our this city.
Frederick boys, Henry Metzger, Roy
Shoop and Glen Curtis, while da!
their way home from' Winston's ranch
the other night. They were drlvin^-j
arojind the bend in the Blm, where
fthe river forms a horseshoe joef
east of Winston's and the horgf
swerved slightly to one side of t^
road in the'dark, causing the bugj&
^-tipovenf and roll down the
'4ntb the "river. It required
"quick work to loosen the horse
prevent it from drowning^The
gy vf&a somewhat damaged^ and
gaye themr a' had scare.'*A cav
ig the river hank at that
Its i^ dangeroua place to p:
of the hatness lo^%!l& the 'river lin^^llghtful wedding supper.-. A numbi'
the following jnorhing. The boys.JPf the rel^tiv^ of boi
nd Mrs. Brownell will reside at the
|ls a "traveling.
Q^iet Wedding Performed Last Ev
ening at the Home of Hr. aiid
Mrs, W. A. lankerton
Arthur A. Brownellrand Miss Catj
rie Richardson, both of tbla.. city,
iwere,wedded Saturday 'at the reglji
ence of W. A. Pltiketton on ^icoj&l
^yenue west,.Jlev, Dr, J. W. Tay
Redding Mrs. JWnkerton ^served antes
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A very pretty wedding was solem
nized Saturday at 6:30 o'clock at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Laird,
307 Nicollet avenue east, bf which
Miss Maude Russell became the bride
of Roy P. Nantz. The ceremony, was
performed in the presence of about
twenty-four guests by Rev. Dr. J.
W. Taylor, pastor of the First Meth
odist Episcopal church of this city.
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ANOTHER WRECK ANDOVER
THE SCENE THIS TIME
Another railroad wreck happened
at Andover Saturday about 10 o'
clock. The first report that came to
this city were that a freight on the
Harlem division ran into an extra
train at the junction at Andover and
that the engine of the Harlem line
was derailed. Later
reached her, however, to the effect
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that the wreck was not due to aj An American reporter called, upon
collision but to the spreading of the mayor last nigh£ to find out the
significance of the move but the may
rails on the Harlem line, which caus-jor
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THE CEMENT THAT
is ALL CEMENT
FOR SALE BY
MAYOR ORDEBS OUT
Tuesday Mayor Aldrich" ordered
out all the Blot machines installed
in the city and Officer Vetsch, In.
accordance with his orders, made the
rounds and told all the owners of
the machines to take them out or
he would take them out for them.
The consequence was that yesterday fe
evening there was not a slot machine
be seen in the city.
ed the engine to be derailed. No one ..
is reported hurt. A wrecking crew ARRESTS MATl T?.rKT ATTASTTA W
left Aberdeen this morning at 1 o'
clock to clean up the wreck
to talk'on the subject.
Selby, S. D., Sept.-8.—Sheriff Ho-•M.
ven of this (Walworth) county, ar
rested Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gringel of
Akaska on the charge of having start
ed the fire which destroyed the town
a few weeks ago. It was their build
ing in which the fire started and it
was heavily insured. The charge is
made that they .fired. it,,fpr, the in
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