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I i i I 1 the tru-*. SHIRTS IH TOflN Golf or Negligee Style. Soft as a government job--not as hard to get for they cost onty i 75c $I.OO $1.35 10 MEN'S i IT PAYS Worsted & only 53,00 ©Ije Daily icabet The school district of Egan has net'o tiated £7.000 worth of bonds running fifteen year-, to Chicago parties at 4'^ per cent, payment of bonds optional rive years, We have anice line of stripe or check fancy worsted, also blue serge or black clay worsted suits at $10. Step in and see them. And look over the new tilings in Wash Dress All the latest things for Waists, Simmer Dresses and White Goods. Ail over effects including Embroideries, Laces, Belts, Ties, Kid Gloves, etc., and the QUEEN QUALITY SHOE THL'KSDAY MAY 23. WOL. •FFiG'fL FffU OF CITY flKB TKKMfi OF Ml'BSCHlPTiOlf Bv rnsi!, v^hp l\f mail. V.'r mail, 3 noutha 3*v 1 month My cirrt*», T**r week State that elty. The latter has the be only his Scottish fellow countrymen I no English, Irish, Three hundred and fifty carloads of young cattle have passed through Hu ron on the Northwestern road for the range- w»—t of Pierre in the last few dav«. Pi.-rr*. di-pateh. '21: Thomas H. Ayers. as the head of the referendum league, started out to-day to secure thf signatures required for applying the provisions of the referendum to thf scavenger tax law and the law providing for election of county eommi—ioner- by th bv vot*-ffa whole r»unty instead of Aberdeen was considerably excited Tuesday morning last by the arrival of a lad. Harrold Barker, from Minneapolis on his way home to Ipswich who ha» the smallpox. He was at once taker, in charge by the health officers and sent to Ip-iwich by team. The ers. people who ar rived on the train with him were mm exercised over the matter and some put under surveillance. The sleeper in which he rode was thoroughly fumiga t^d. While in Minneapolis the young man had consulted Christian Scientists as to his disease who informed him that it wa-ordy a heat rash and to pay no attention to it. And for some day* he did not. while moving among other peo ple. The Minneapolis authorities have been notified of the fact. in Aberdeen New-, *2 Mrs. W. E. Kidd left this n,orrJ(ig for Yankton where- she will meet Mrs. Rice of Moe and Mrs. Waldron of Ft. Pierre, mem b»rs of the hoard of women visitors at the penal and charitable institutions of the state. They will visit the various institutions before returning to their homes. State Treasurer S' haiiiber i« already bought 2,000 acres of land in Hand county and expects to pick up some more. Of the *30,000 appropriated by the last legislature for the new normal school at Aberdeen, the board of regents last Monday set aside &2G, 000 for the uew building, the remaining TO CALL| shoe in the city for ladies' footwear. In Chil dren's Shoes we are long and in Men's we excel. THE LATEST PATTERNS IN CJUMWE WISHES And our Grocery Department is Complete. We handle the only ilour, "MADISON ECLIPSE." C. H. MORSE. JJI.II :H UATTOJl |o )H' IJ J.Ii'-vl I •-".--"Hr Fabrics! providing a heat- inn plant, etc.. (or the building. None of thf mont-y is available before July 1. and the building i- not intended to be ready for occupancy until the fail of li«2. Isaac Lincoln was appointed lo- al r-ecretar)- ant! financial agent for the twmrd. I Aia VQ as 10 r. y. »TAT!I.. Proprtetof. L. H.Law -n. ea-hi.-r of the defunct Andrew farn^i- ha- ju-t given 110, Canton The state code rf. i-inn commission '.vill hold It.- tirst meeting at Yankton, June 4. bank ha. made an assign- to establish free education in the ment of the bank s assets, as cashier of1four Scotch universities of hdinbur* the bank and in behalf of a majority of ilagow. Aberdeen and St. Andrew.-, the stockholder*. to C\ B. Kennedy of He stipulates that those benefited by it colonials, or foteign- Sioux Fall- Pre—. -J-J: E\ Senator R. F. Pettigrew returned yesterday from New York, where he has been for the past two weeks. He was -hown the various dispatches from Washington and St. Paul relative to the presidency of the Northern Pacific. lie .-aid: "The statements relating to myself which have appeared recently in the St. Paul, Chicago and New York papers, are ridiculous and hardly worth notice. I have not been interviewed by any new-paper man anywhere and have said nothing nor done anything to gi\*e rise to the annoying gossip. "I have not been offered the presi dency of any railroad and no such of fer will be made. I am not looking for a position. All of rny life has been de voted to work i n South Dakota. I love fhe state for what it has done for (be and what I have been able to do for it. I expect to live- here the rest of my days, and take rny chances with the men who aje striving to build it up. Its soil is rich enough for my burial place when I need one. "I have fitted up offices? in Sioux Falls, my business is here, my chief interests are here and I shall stay hero. 'T have not coveted all thi# notoriotjr and I hope it will cease." Senator Pe ttigrew was looking over the big bundle of mail which had acc umulated during the past four days. A large number of letters were from persons from all parts of the United States asking for aid for churches, hospitals, and to enable people to start in business, all assuming that lie has become rich suddenly. "For the- first time in my life," said lie, I begin to realize something of the calls for aid that a rich man receives." Mr. W. J. Baxter of North Brooks. N. O., says he sufferee] with pile-s frr liftee ri years. He trie-el many remedies with no results until he useel DcWitt's Wite:h Hazel Halve and that cjuie.-kly cured him. COOK & ODEK. Cxe-ur-ioa Fare*. Bound trip tickets te tha biennial meeting e»f (he Head Camp Modern Wooelmen »f America at St I'aul, June 10 to 1 •", will lie scild at the MaeliHon eie pot for one fare, June 8 te» 10, geod to return June 18. Also tickets to the (J A. encampment at Sioux Falls, June and 4. at on* fare* for the round trip, good to return June 8. "r'1F~ "V-7WS- ^USINESS SUITS^ MEN'S HIGH GRADE SUITS $15 to $22. REGISTRATION TAX. Manila. May 23.—The Philippine commission has passed the wrath. bureau act and also has voted a loa of $2.30rt s'or each province to heir pay the expenses until tiie land tax are a\ailable. These laor.s are pay The provincial treasurers have beer, made land registrars, pending the en actment of the system of land regis tration. Deputies and clerks appointed bv the provincial officers are exempted from civil service rules till March. SENTENCES APPROVED. Punishment of Barrows and Boyer Oe cided On. Manila. May 2 ?.—The correspondent of the Associated Press is informed that the following approved sentences will soon be promulgated: Captain Frederick J. Harrows. Thfr tieth volunteer infantry, late depot quartermaster of the department o: Southern Luzon, who was charged with embezzling and selling govern ment property, to be dishonorably dis charged and to undergo five years Im prisonment. Lieutenant Frederick Tloyer, Thirty ninth infantry, former depot commis sary at Calamha e»n Hay lake, on sim ilar charges, to be dishonorably dis charged and to undergo a year's im prisonment. Both Harrows and Boyer eventually will be removed to Leavenworth pris on, Kansas. PRESERVE HER »NT2GP:T^ Agreement Proposed for Powtr- ."• gard to China. New York. May 2J.—\ apt .1 The Herald from Washington In order that China's integrity rua not be disturbed, after the withdraw:! of the powers, the proposal has been made that the powers enter into a spe cial agreement, bineling themselves not to seize territory in case the Pe king government is unable to meet it obligations with respect to the indem nity. ey which the foreign ministers at Pe king say she can pay. Should the Chi nese government fail to pay th amount due then each power shall lose in proportion to the amount of bonds it has received. Individual a^ion Is to be prohib ited. Seizures of territories are r-.» to occur in case China should fail to mnUe payment. Rock hill's Instri'r tfens permit his acceptance of the £fcReral fenf»re« proposed. New Shooting Record. Springfield, Ills.. May 23.—W. R. Crosby of O'Fallon. Ills., won the? championship shooting trophy and a purse of $1,000 on the grounds of the Illinois Ciun club and established a record that is bound to be without precedent. Crosby klUod 105 birO* straight. BRIEF BITS OF NEWS. A special from Vale. B. C.. says that •he Fraze river has risen 25 feet from low water. Floods are feared. Major Ge?ne'ral Corbin, adjutant gen eral of the army, will sail for the- Phil ippines on the transport Hancock which leaves San Francisco June 25. He intends to make a general inspec tion of the solitary conditions in the islands. They Work While You Sleep, While your mind and body rest Cas carets Candy Cathartic repair your digestion, your liver, your bowels, put them in perfect order. Genuine tablets stamped C. C. C. Never sold in bulk. All druggists, ioc. He HHr«* of I'olljftl. A cough is iieit a disease but a symp tom. Consumpfiem and bronchitis, which are the me»f eiangerettis GRINAGER BROS. Different from the ordinary. Made with snug fitting collar, new shape shoulder and padded to hold their shape. A rare col lection of the very best patterns. $15--$KS--$2)--$22. Filipinos Over 18 Yaftm Of Age Must Pay It. 1, hie at the end of 1The commis sion has imposed a registration tax of one pesos annually on all males n-fr 18 year*, excepting soldiers. Non payment of the tax disqualifies fron: voting and involves a penalty of 1'"* per cent which can be enforced by the sale of the delinquent's goods an.! chattels. The best of everything in Men's and Boys' Wear at always the lowest prices. Sole &*ents welle Hat, and R. & W. Pants, &ancy Vests, and Summer Clothin* We also sell Hen sShoes, Furnishings, Hats and Caps, antee every one. Other good hat* Gloves, Trunks and Valises. $1*50 $3,00 $2t•50 HEADQUARTERS FOR CLOTHING. We're strictly headqnarters for Men's Clothing this spring. Hie new stripe cheviot and worsted suits are found here in varieties not found elsewhere, besides, our prices are right. I $ This proposal contemplates the ap pointment of an international boar 1 of financiers, which shall periodically collect from China the amount of mon! anel diseases, have for their first fatal indie-atieni a persistent cough, anel if properly treate e| as se»on as this e-ough appears are* easily cured. Chamberlain's Ceiugh «e:me*dy has proven wonelerfully successful, and gaineel its wide* reputation and ex tensive sale by its sue.-cess in curii the eiisease which causes coughing. If it is not beneficial it will net ceist you a cent. I«\»r nnle by all druggists. We nave 20 See the assortment while it is complete. Madison. The array is dazzling. im liiliemsness is a condition characteriz ed by a elisturbance of the digestive organs. '1 he stomach is de-bilitated, the» live»r te»rpid. the bowel* constipated. There is a loathing ejf fooel. pains in the* i/iwelr, dizziness, coatwl teiiiguc and vomiting, tirst of the umligeHted e»r partly digested food ami then of bile. Cham be't Iain's Stomach and Liver Tablets allay the* eliHturbances eif the* stomach and e rcate a healthy appe*tir.«. They al-o feme up the liver to a healthy acjtion and regulate the bowels. Try the-in ainl you are certain to be much plean.-d with the result. For sale by all eiruggists. Skin affections will readily disappear by using UeWittV Witch Hazel Salve. Look "ut for counterfeits. If you ge UeWittV you will get geoel results It iti tta «juick tuui positive cure for piles. Cocx 4 Odke. DON'T TOBACCO SPIT a n S O K E Your Ufeawayl cured of any fortn of tobacco lifting easily, 1* marie well, strong, tn.ign#tic, full or '1Vn1 v'*':rhy ukin* *o-To-mAo, tOAt makes weak men strong. Many Rain tea pounds in ten Uays. Over BOOmOOQ aired. All druggistr. Cure guaranteed. Hook- ,iRKK. Address STERLING RSMIiUV CO., Chicago or New York. 437 IQOOQX REMOVED. NEW MILLINERY. NEW STYLES. LADIES' HATS and TKI WINGS of the daintiest patterns at my new store across the street from the old location. LL mm ii •"Trr •,« in this section for the Ros- MEN S BALBRIGGAN UNDERWEAR French Balbriggan shirts and drawers at 50c each ones at 25c each ribbod or fancy underwear at 75c. for underwear. NEW SHIRT WAIST Our new line of Shirt Waists for spring summer wear have arrived and are withoi ception the finest assortment in the city. Shii Waists of all descriptions from the cheap calic to the fancy embroidered, silk stripe for swell dress wear. All the latest styles and fash ions appear highly colored and richly trimmed with laces, vol- vets, insertions and other over effects. These gar ments are made of the best materials and both time and money are saved by buying them. N. D. ricGillivray. SHIRT WAISTS. The largest and most varied line of Shirt Waists ever SILK GINGHAMS, MERCERIZED GINGHAMS, ORGANDIES, DIMITIES, BROCAfLLES, and every other conceivable style, quaility and pattern, lars and Cuffs. Also white shirt waists in profusion. oi 50g Waisis of wHicn w mate a Sptcisii?. THEY ARE BARGAINS. HE ^0 I^ONOR CORRECT BAR. We probnb,y sell J. J. FITZGERALD. best paint on the market. Ask any of you local have used it. We also have another brand lor guaranteed to wear for 5 years. more $) than any two stores In town Because we sell you the il that can be made for $3 st hi 50c. chcapei -omc he aii^ it ex| seen Soft Col- Interesting news for every* body about PAINT. If you marvel at what we offer* there's a greater surprise in foods, and the prices O O K & O E E A Business Built of the Rocks Called wear—fit—style—comfort— neaTm and economy is a da successful business* ••Is* "Roytl Blue" $3.50 shoe for men is the keystone of this success. We would not risk our reputation by praising this shot unless the shoe de served it. Ms by S«lt, Schwab At Co.. Chlcam* Ik* .kinds aad stylos and loathors tbal aia C% daotrabia, at aprlca thai la raaaooabia SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY CHAS. KAUFMAN & BROS. the are just right for you never mind u* Here's a picking for prudent purchasers: Our MOYM&H brand at $1.65 a gallon the i painter who both lfNi manufacturers of good aooas la tba world.