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,89(1. 0tKMGPOkrom The 1 No other article used in the domestic economy of the household has so many enthusiastic friends among the house keepers of America* No other article of food has received such emphatic commendation for purity and wholesomeness from the most em inent authorities. great popularity and general use of the Royal Baking Powder attest its superiority. Baker and Pa«try .uiniiiK over Son most i,•! vaJwiWe cooking re* id cvetv patron. Srt»d with ycut iull adiln-s*. LAST TRIBUTt [ZENS OF INDIANA PAY FINAL MORS TO THEIR DISTIN GUISHED SON. IA9E AN IMPOSING SIGH! s of the Late General Harrison ted to the Capitol by the En State Guard and Thousands ol .iing Civilians—Endless Line jple Passes Through the Bui!d :nd Views Body Lying in State. March 18.—Eacorte'I :ni'nt8 of Infantry am! a artillery—full strength "at:=:tal guard of Indiana—tie' 11 mi»T President Harrison from his late home on ivai,. street to the state i n days of pray skios. "in. gave way to bright 110 more beautiful' have been deBlred f«r hi l'j the citizens of In-. last tribute of honor| the man whom tb?yj foremost son of th«*lr' Of the kind that comes nwealth only with gen .•en. 'ng the people of Indiana •rs of the »tate ponr«'l «»!!«. Every train dis- Ir.'ils of visitors, whib' l-f' l"'i ial steamed in loaded nipany nfler company o* 1 night long the shuffle of I sounded In the street ie three full regiment-* )r' in the statehouse. for the formation ."f 'i 'in the statehouse to the1 !1 'me to receive the body "ill with it to the statehouse I and promptly at the lime iniuntry and artillery were 'i Washington street, on the' l,f the statehouse. Itriuadier General W. J. iii.in linK the Klate troops. 1 advance and. quickly line, the infantrv poured 1 "'earn along Washington 11 llri 1V 0 t|1(. house, lU ^tdl of Marching Bodies* I lit foie tj,js a 1' string of ear- ""taining Governor Durhin '•r ottieials of the stale had another rrute nnd nuincr- uniformed bodies were ren* in front of the Harrison The streets in every cli w re fnii 0f compose* of General ^'Presenting the army: «eorgn Hrnwn, the navy, an I ',h» II. Haken of the United ^Mn' the civil power of tie? s iiel.Kat0(i Avoid the imitation fx« Ur- T!: ate sold hrap l»er.«u made (10m alum Hut (ot»on daugetou t' u*- HOYAl BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WlttUM STREET, NEW VORK, boUSe. Inside tile til.- I m* nies were brief. 4 -n. i 1 Wallac- and his fellow committeemen announced they had come to assume their charge and the casket containing the remain was turned over to them. It was ar en e lifted by 12 soldiers and carried through the door to the hearse. the casket appeared, covered with th national colors which had been pre sent* for the occasion bv the mem bers i the loyal b-gion of the state -»f Indiana, the soldiers presented arm^. thf civilian body uncovered, as did the thousand »f spectators who filled the streets in every direction. Wh- n the escort committee had reached their carriages, the order for the Thousands View the Remains. Arriving at the statehouse the s cort was drawn up to one side. Then, while the military presented anus And the drums rolled softly, the cas ket was borne to tho statehouse. Long before it was possible to admit them a Une of thousands of persons stretched away from tbe^statehou? doors. The handling of the crowd by th police and committees was excellent. Their task was rendered compara tively easy by the fact that it was not a difficult crowd to control. There was no jostling, no pushing And the line once in motion went rap Idlv into the statehouse. passed th-1 casket and came out at the opposite pide of the building. All during th afternoon the crowd passed throuiiii the statehouse unceasingly and never once was there a hitch or jar. 1 li^ casket stood on two circular supports which were wound with crepe and over it was flung the great flag, which. In other days, fluttered from the mast of the battleship Indiana. The nat ural gloom of the statehouse heightened by the black streamers III evidence upon every side. Th marble pillars were hidden beneath the broad bands which encircled them from the top to the floor. 'I h" only rcli from the signs of mourning was in the wreaths of laurel hanging upon the columns. Along the corri dors were large banners, variously arranged, but all bearing the deep mark of mourning. Here and tin it in corners, were groups of palms and other plants but they served only io accentuate tli« deep on every side, marching bodiw ""ash of bands was heard a!* to take charge of 'i fr«.»n, tho itUdison to Peking i w n i" re turn march was given, and. headed by the t-tate guard, marching with re versed arms and in slow time to thrt music of the dirge played by the band, the parade moved slowly away. The parade was led by the nation?*] guard, followed by a number of bnv brigades belonging to the different hurt lies. The second division wa composed of civic societies and tho different posts of the Grand Army. black which wan Mrs. Nation Arrested, «^ry street that afforded «c-' Kansas Cify. March 1«.-- Mi4. Carrl® '"'inware street. Nation, who has been visiting here Tor ^Iiiiitee compose* of General Kansas Cify. Mnn 1". Mr*. Carrie tw0 ,|ays. was arrested on Inion ave- nue near the I'nion depot for ?ng the sidewalk, where she had had stopped to harangue a was released on her promise to depart ou the next train for Topcka. Shoe Values, but Small Shoe Prices. _1Ljl MADISOX, SOUTH DAKOTA, MONDAY, MARCH 1«, 1901 CONGER'S VIEWS RATIFICATION OF THE MANCHU- RIAN TREATY WILL AFFECT PEACE NEGOTIATIONS. MATTER STILL UNSETTLED 8ays Only the Germans and French Are Now Engaged in Punitive Ex peditions—Believes It Impossible for the Emperor to Return to Peking Until the Allies Withdraw and Chi nese Are Restored to Power, Shanghai. March 18.—The North CUi ina Gawtte publishes an Interview with Mr. Kdwin H. Conger, the L'nit States minister at Peking, in which he is quoted as saying: "I will not venture to say how far Russia is prepared to go. The Man-, churian treaty is still unconduded, but if it is ratified it would certainly aflect the peace negotiations. "Only the Germans and French ara now engaged in punitive expeditions. The Germans are operating on the borders of Shan-Si and the French around Pao-Ting-Fu. I believe it *s impossible for the MESSAGE FROM ROCKHIIX. Makes No Reference to Difficulties Tien Tsin. Washington. March 1S.—A cable gram was received at the state de partment during the day from Mr. Rockhill. our special commissioner t«t Peking, asking for instructions upon some of the points which have been made during the negotiations rela tive to the subjects of indemnity and punishments. The commissioner, however, made no reference to what is described as the critical state of af fairs at Tien Tsin. resulting from the cdash of interests between the Briti«h and Russians In that quarter. ON PUBLIC DOMAIN. Cattle Company Grazes Its Mewls Upon United States Lands. Washington. Mirh IS.—Several million ac res of the public domain in New Mexico, it is charged, have been fenced in by a company of cattlemen under the name of the American l.ive Stock company, who are resisting every effort of the government to (lis possess them. The best information the govern ment has been able to obtain is that there are not less than 10.000.000 head of rattle grazing on this range, to which, it is alleged, its holders have not the faintest shadow of legal Commissioner of the General I^and OflJee Hermann decided ag finst the ounpany and was sustained by th ahffPff n nntfl' s4c until the allies withdraw and the Chinese officials are restored to powe- and free from the risk of in terference by the foreign troops." The epipress dowager's return, add ed Mr. Conger, depends on the capac ity in which she can come back. The emperor was free to bring her. The ministers recognized her responsibil ity in regard to the outbreak, but thought it was due to bad adw gn- '*n by Prince Tuan and General Tun,! Fuh Siang. CHINA WAKING UP. Suggestions for Reform Are Made by Command of the Emperor. Peking. March IS.—According to the emperor's coifjmand the viceroys and governors have presented sugges tions for reform. One of these empha sizes educational reforms and the adoption of the idea of Sir Robert Hart, dim tor of the maritime cus toms. that literary examinations should continue, but all the candi dates pi tting the first degree be com pel led while waiting for offices to tak- a course in foreign branches, espe cially those treating of foreign rela tions. international law. political topics and official equipment. NOT REGARDED AS SERIOUS. Washington Belief Regarding th# Tien Tsin Affair. Washington. March is.—The cable reports from Tien Tsin indicating that a collision between the British and Russian forces is imminent, is not re garded in a serious light in the dip lomatic circles most concerned in the issue involved. It is said in these quarters that it relates to compara tively minor confessions, which arc not of a character to strain the rela tions between the governments. So far. the matter has not assumed an international aspect in the sense of be ing communicated to any of th® em bassies here. aver rotary of the interior. After a of appeals were taken, he t$ok all the circumstance?? Into eon slSJc' n fm!t i on anf 1»i1 to grant an exic ii -ion to April 1, 1902, instead of Jtlile 1. H*02. as the company desired. tt the intention of the company to- appeal to congress for relief, an 1 If it faijs to obtain this relief it. will prof !y appeal for another extension next ir. i TO PUNISH DEWET. Sitd the pritish Will Not Grant Him Amn(pty. London. March 18 -A special dis patch from Durhin, Natal, says the Boer rumanders are holding a meet ing a? i'ietersburg, in Northern Trans vaal. 'o discuss the position and th3 advi- ity of a continuation of tho war. Wl. i'ever the result of the peace negotiations between General Kitch ener and General Dewet it is tolerably certiiitit that the rumors of the inclu sion General Dewct in any form of arone-'y are not based on fact. Gen eral Kitchener's personal views of the Boer leader are not known in Pall Mall 1 it if the war office is consulted the ials there would rather see Dew« killed in action than taken alilk' One of the officials responsi ble^ the direction of the affairs the ,e.'my said to a representative cf the* A MH emperor to return iated Press: "I nnot see how Kitchener can posslbiy accept Dewet's surrender. If he ever gets him he will be obliged to try him for his recent alleged mur ders "f prisoners. I have no doubt that tl.e verdict of a military or a civil court would be death, and if such i verdict was carried out. there would be a horrible howl on the continent and i i America. And. indeed. onrt would lie sorrv to see such a brav fighter meet such an end. Therefor *, we caii only hope Dewet will .either be let O'.t of the country or shot in battle Abla Erasmus Captured. London. March IS.—A dispatch from ".eneral Kitchener, dated Pre toria. March ir., announces that th" notorious Able Erasmus of Lvdenburg has en brought in with his family by CoJeiul Parfces' column. SHOT PROVES FATAL. Russia's Minister cf Public Instruc tion Is Dead. St. Petersburg. March IS.—M. Bogo lopoff. minister of public instruction, who was shot by Peter Karpovieh on Feb. 27, while holding a reception at the ministry, died during the day from the effects of his injury. It is said that the shooting was due to the harsh measures adopted by the min ister in dealing with the university students. 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