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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, December 14, 1900, Image 4

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BYABROKENRAIL
Westbound Coast Train on
Northern Goes Into a Ditch
at Brockton, Mon.
Three of the Passengers Meet In
stant ami Many Oth
ers An* Injuml.
Train (ioin«r at Terrific tfj
Ma!k- Up Tim*'
Helcsa,
WIihi
fhe
Ac­
cident Occurred.
Mon., Dec. 14.—Coast train
No. 3, westbound, on the Great North
ern railway, was wrecked at Lrocktou
ly a broken rail. Three persons v/crt
killed and many injured. The kill'
were Mrs. Watson and her ageii
mother, whose name could not be
learned, and an unknown Russian
child. Mrs. Wat sou was killed by be
in# thrown through the window (jlasH,
which severed her jagular vein, fchf
bled to death. Her mother and tht
child were killed by being crushed
to death when the car went down
the embankment. The train wan
made up of an engine and 10 cars. The
engine and three cars passed over the
switch in safety, and the f"Ur carsj
which followed went down an embank
ment. The sleepers remained on the
track. The train was filled with pas
sengers. At the point where the acci
dent happened the track is clear and
straight and the train was going at
terrific speed to make up time. The
victims of
wreck were taken to
Glasgow, where an inquest will be
held, and the uninjured were sent west
on an extra train. I
FAST
A I W I i K K K
Firtaan Killer! and the Kngine ancf
eral art Irmoliolied.
Burlington, la., Dec. 14 —The Cbi.i
eago, linrlington and Quiucy railway's
last nmil waci wrecked two miles weat
of Kirkwowl. J* in-man Shannon wah
killed and Engineer Samuel Dove wat
badly hurt. The engine jumped the
track and was demolished. Two mail
cars with their coutuuts were burned
The mail clerks were not injured se
verely.
Ail main line trains were delayed,
being finally sent around by OqaawJUi
and Keithsborg. i
ladlaM al thm I intah Aireacjr Thmton!
to Make Trouble,
Sai.t Lakk, Dec. 14.
WILL INVESTIGATE.
War
Depart aient Intend* Inquiring Into
tlif tar of ailrt llnoi.
Washington. Dec. 14.—It is said at
the war dej
artment that notwithstatid
mg tne inquiry which the house had
directed to be made into the case of
Cadet lioa through its special com
mittee, the department will prosecute
its own investigation through the board
appointed, headt-d by Major General
Brooke. Confident in the vindication
of the military academy at every jjoint
the authorities at the war department
feel that they have everything to gam
by the fullest publicity of the condi
tion* at We.it Point and the methods
pursued there. So the two inquiries
will proceed side lgr
lids*
dependent lines.
Antl'Vicr Crusade in Topeka.
Topeka, Kan., Dec. 14.—Topeka has
begun an anti-vice crusade by raising
$20,*0 to be used in prosecuting no
loonkeepers who are violating the law.
The citizeus' committee hopes to make
the amount $'25,MM before they are
through with it. A committee to en
force the prohibitory law in the city
has been formed.
St III Uopoa Far A ad
roe'* R*tvm
Copenhagen, Dec. 11 —The brother
of Professor Andree, the minsing Arctic
explorer who attempted to reach the
North pole in a bulloon, resides at
Gothenburg, from which place it is
Iiwimayrjtrl Out*, for Audree'o
Our Mammoth line
could wish to see and at prices that will suit you.
We wish you all a'Merry Christmas,
N N N N N _N .V,
TKOOi'jj ORDERED OUT.
A special to!
The Tribune from White Hock, Utah,!
says that at th*- request of General'
Mylon, Tro«.p K, from i'ort Duchesne,
ha^ been ordered out to prevent trouble
at the Uintah agency. Over ".'O children
at the school are down with measeln
and other diseases and their parents
have been much dissatisfied because
the children were not allowed to go
home. Bivk Hawk went to the school,
and demanded the release of his chil
dren. U'(-'Miiuor, the teacher,made .some'
show of resistance and was thrown downj
stairs and the cnildren taken away by'
force. Several other children wer?
taKeu away by the Indians. Threats
were made to bnrn the school building
and tne agents called upon Major
Hughes for heip.
To ltelac» Hates in Montana.
Ta um a,
em
not prevail.
though on in­
Throe Children Barn to T)eat1i.
Tionksta, Pa., Dec. 14.—In a fire at
Collins, U miles from this piece, three
children of E. W. Grubbs perished.
The mother had gone to call on a neigh
bor. Extreme pressure of gas caused
overheating of the stove, igniting the
building. The little ones, aged o and 2
years and 6 months respectively,
were
burned to
a
crisp.
BURNETT & CO., CLOTHIERS
HOLIDAY GOODS
surpasses anything ever brought into the city for Style
and elegance. Our NECKWEAR is simply perfection
artistic design and beautiful color. Mufflers in plain
patterns for older people and the gayest designs for
swell dressers. A superb line of HANDKERCHIEFS
in plain white and colored borders, the latest shades in
silks and linens (a beautiful line.)
SUMfllT SHIRTS
Suits etc., all union made which means a guarantee to you that you are
a high class of goods. Our Boys* & Children's clothing stock is complete.
An enormous line of GLOVES & MITTENS. HATS & CAPS. After numerous sales irom orur big line of
\N asu.. Dec. 14. The North-J
Pacitic has de ided to reduce pus.,
•enger rates in Montana from 4 cents'
to 3 cents per mile. The change will
go into effect shortly after New Year's..
When this reduction is made every}
state n tn«* line the Northern i'a-'
cific will have the 3-cent rato.
FEDERATION* lUSAH'KOfFA
Roeolatlon K*(«rdin( the Admtoiloa
KnflSh |j»rrm»kir*.
IxL'isvn.L!",
ing sessiou
Dec. 14—At the morn­
it
th** American I-'ederatiot}^
of Labor the first resolution called tip
was one piwuted by Delegate NM*-nil
of Philadelphia, disapproving of thk
importation of lacemak*-rs for work at]
/ion, Ills. The resolution declares that!,
lawmaking is an established inlu-try[
in the United States. It was adopted
A resolution was also passed declar-' rind
ing the executive council to take such in
actiooa.i.ni«,Mary
bill introduced iu the legislatures of
the states
where an
law
The strongest line in the city by ft big majority. The
polka dot pattern, latest tad in the east, sold exclusive
by us. This shirt is made with extra pairs of cuffs. Come
in and look at it, you will buy it. CLOTHING. Men's (9
Coats we still have a few choioe coats left which we are selling at $1.00 above cost in order to close them out. In
if you will step into our store we will show you as complete n line of MEN.S BOYS' & CHILDREN'S CLOTHING as
return from the polar regions, he has
deferred opening tin iatter's testajaeutj
for 1'.' mouths.
.ol.a»»aui.h,mr mother does
b-bonr
does
IN CITIES AND TOWN'S.
Taft Comiiiiaalou Aatliuritr* (ho IC*tah
liohmeut of a I'olir* brpirtnipiit.
Manila, Dec. 14. Tho Vaft commis
sion has ]assed tn act authorizing
General Mac-Arthur to establish police
in the cities and towns, and appropri
ating jfi ,0,tM lor tiieir mainterance.
Commissioner Wright, who is as
sign* to hupervibe the estabiiHiuiKiit
of a constabulary, among other duties,
said the establishment ot a local police
force wn a neccsviry feature ot civil
government and was approved 1 y tin
military government. A biil wan alsj
parsed directing tlie civil service Ixianl
to examine aud report on the read
justment
of the salaries of cmi em*
ployes.
MILNKR (JETS THE I'LACK.
Oit AdmlnUlraUir of Ihr Orni.gr
l:iv«-r I iilouir and tlie Trim n I.
CaI'K Town, Dec. 14. —Sir Al!r-i
Milner has bjen gazetted aduiiui»ii&toi
of the Orange
Uiver Colony aud
the
Transvaal.
General Kitchener has cabled to th
authoiuib, of South Au»iruiu ..kiutc
that the woauded lmiierial hushnu^u
who are now convalasoeut ba returned
to 8iath Africa.
Another contingent of Canadian
troop.-, have started ou their way home
on Loard the lioslyn Castle. They re
ceived
mi
enthusiastic sendoff.
DON'T Be FOOLED!
Tskc the genuine, •rlglaal
ROCKY MOUNTAIN TCA
Made only by Msdison M«4t*
cinc Co.. Mad i ton. Wis. It
keeps yon »tll. Our trad*
aark swt an each paefcago.
Price, i| sent*. Never sold
In bulk. Accept no mWU
tats. Ask oar tftHuut
Pity
and
Beauty
The most beautiful tiling in
world is the baby, nil
joy. The mo*t
the
•nil ropi»-s were ordered sent to Pr«-si.j ..
dent McKmley, Secretary of the Treas-' uimplCS mid
ury Gage and Commissioner of Immi- -c ,,
gration Powderly. pitlllll tiling is that &«MT)C bdl)\
pain
little fat makes all the differ
ence.
Dimples and joy have gone,
and left hollows and fear the
fat, that was comfort and
color and curve-all but pity
and love-is gone.
^Thc little one qets no fat
from her food. There is some
thing wrong it is either her food
or food-mill. She has had no
fat for weeks is living on what
she had stored in that plump
little body of hers and that is
gone. She is starving for fat
it is death, be quick!
Scott s Emulsion of Cod
Liver Oil is the fat she can
ta
it
will save her
The R'-nuinr ha» tbi« picturcon
it, ti other.
If von have not tried it, »e»id
i',r. Mniplr. its a^rccablo
tShte^will Mirjitihc vou.
SCOTT
St
BURNETT & CO
And the
not knOW
that
William*'
Lmk/orthii
irmde mark
on every
faikagt.
Ai
1
BOWNE,
Chemists.
409 Pearl St.,
N. Y.
BOc. and •I.OO
•11 dryggjatae
Her Only Regret
•ra. PfaMf Ha4 Paaeed Tkroi0
•Jfeo Moot Trjlmg KsporloMeo mt
Mar IJfc Btforo She Fa**4
a Koanlf for All
W*MM'l Ills.
Hobody who sees Mrs. Mary M.
Pealiotly. of 42 Water Street*
Haverhill, Mass.,
cm
lay will find
it easy to believe that she has
passed her 63d year and has en
dured more suffering tlian cornee
to tlie ordinary lot of wotnrn.
How she regained health and
happiness is best told in her own
words. She says:
a a
ciinnKo of life. I
now
Siorp
THOMAS W.
rink
ai*M*e* a* locomotor ata partial paralyaio, m. ».»..»
•ilhor la mala or fatualo.
dBhakes hliort roatis.
axle
light loads.
QREASE
^•ood for everything
that run* on wheel*.
Seld Evarywhar*.
buying
McKibbon
Fur
short
you
Mrt. Mary Ji. /Va'
'1st winter and spring I bad tharrlp which left mjr »y«tem s!l pos
'n. 1 aloo mlhrrd from female weakneaa and troutilp* twviiiur W
»men. 1 had no strength anJ no amtttlon. My frlond* !14 n! t:in*
1 would live and I wn« afraid ttiat 1 ff'l»c into r«t »tiin|
'I recalled tho tx-nefH that l»r.Wllllain* l'lnk I'lll* f-r r»i loj»W
had done mo in a former IMnooo, aud laol July 1 began toklroc 'eni.
Hi
"j «11 1 not disa|i|xlnt
m«. I Head oe\«ral Ikiim of tln-m
o a w i i k I w a s
n a
w o a n y o n v
Dot know of lir.Wllltamt' l'lnk I'lll* f«»r I'alo lVo'|.le wh« :i I
am
njoyitiK
the
MHindly-al! due to I»r.
I
n I I I 1
I
1
cet of liealtli. rnt firi hd1
willlamii' IMnk
I'lll* for Pale
There are many fa-t« about my ca*o that I do not •••»ro t
pnhii*ri»*l hut I win (Mi/ answer ur womaa who care* t•» w
ahuut lllO •UtiJOCL" MAMT M. 1'SAlKil'V.
Hubacrlbod and sworn
to
I'.oplr.
before ma this flrwt day
!.#*•
rt lilt
of H*run\i*r. 1 vt
Qemar, Juttm "/the
PlIU for Pale Teoplo are a
SAUaao *k. a i_
il,IIr.
HFff nn
tieuraljcla, rh umall*in, nertou* headarho. the after efTe^t* of the ijrlr. I
tati«»n Of the Heart, pale
and sallow
IecILLS
DR WILLIAMS'
INK a
WIU
D,
^_ EOPLE S
PR. WILLIAMS MEDICINE COMPANY, Seheneetedy,
ICA
n unfalUnif for
», Ht. Vltu*' .hiiico. m-!h •».
kfler effect* of the irrli'.
eouiplaxiaos,
and
all fefSM *lU,k
SoUbyt'l
drumi''
I 1
ron
ALE
tents f(r bsx
six boxes, $3 -5°'
Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what
Nature
Id
•truclloB the eiha
gaos. It lithe nrfpa"*1i
ant and tonic. *ry
cmo
approach It lh
suntly rolievesand ihartbuj
tyapeptia,
aU,l5
Flatulence, Hour
81ck Headache, (W0" L*
ail other re»ulw of iui
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