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STABLISHED 1800 Royal ^Ibsowteiv IHJRE Mokes the food more delicious imdwfiolesome WO»«t WKWO PQwQtW CO., wtw yQWK. TILLFARAPART SETTLED AT FIRST SESSION Or CONFERENCE, RUST JRIKE OF STEELWORKERS NOT farmers to assist in the slaughter an^l i quarters of prime beef were carried la every direction. S OFFER IS DECLINED nited States Steel Corporation Will ing to Sign the Amalgamated Scale for Ali Plaota at Uniform Wages, But Refused to Unionize Mills Op erated as Non-Union for Years. Compromise Is Expected# i hurc. July n.-The conference aiivlsory board of the Amal .! association and the managers I i t• Slate* Steel corporation. !.srt settle the strike of v... M-r*. met here at 10 a. m. At in. a rece.s.s wa« taken, no agree ii.iviisg been reached. It was :".if velv xtated that the com .1 to sign the Amalgamated all the plants and make auniform, but de-.-lin«-d to the plants op'-rated as non »i years. Trustee Morgan of An ::^amated atvoi iation said the -.•.on would not be aeeepted. .luliine representatives de it would be unfair to the r« e them into the organiza y do not desire to join. Th«*y willing to coact de the right Niiutlg.imated officials to enter •s and organize the men. but t» nmpiiitfion. :aar- ,j that a oncesalon will i the manufacturers that tii'-nt# with the mto pre I:i-1 year's wage settl ?nent. ...N is said, will be allowed k th#ir indivi lual agree* •a ii: expire Jan. 1. After :i. -e mills will also come jtr xllctlon of the Amal asM« iation or sooner if the me ir.emhers of the a&MK'ia to the expiration of the ment. Vrm.lergrift and Leechbtirg I:.jlis are, HO far as known, the that will com** under the lauae. The agreements kmen at those mills ante* rmjition of the Sheet Steel and remained in force wh n t- were absorbed. nre was re.sumed at ri 2:1" nt ShalT- thought the might come during the AT $28 Pill TON. "St Fixes the Prlet of Rails for Next Year. cjii. Jai 12.- The lit raid manufacturer* forming known to the trade as the pool have formally agreed ion the price whf. wili •'"i the coming year. This a ton higher than that v]nm ar the steel rail pool fall, when the poo! price 'lined. Since May 1. how "W schedule went into effect Were advanced from $-* a -s a ton. The new price list ar for standard uection rails the same as that which for the past two months, "i'l'-rtitood that negotiations carried on for several days manner by ex-Judge tjary. the I'niti-d States steel and President Schwab of "tnpanv. with the I'ennsyl ad officials, anil the result he i»ool price of $2S a ton is Th hat ''"•in-. i t. *il Mu Importance Is at lhe fa, tj,at 1,1 went jj,,, prjcf., |28 a Maintained for next year's "sldered the best evidence p!" ','t: trust considers that i» sent prosperous condition In ,n'' buslneat will "r at I^nst a year. OVER A CLIFF. ntyfive H«»d of Cattla Stam* feded by a Train. ^u,' l--~A drove of n of cattle being ,u "J'BVille by Frank McKin lo.lM.ft Donley were fright stampeded by a passing train -\e\Tlie. whole drove Shoes Repaired. BAKING POWDER rushed over a rliff f,o feet high. Th" animals that were not killed outright by the fall hud to be killed on account •,jf broken htnhs. The drivers sent word through the neighborhood to ROSEBERY WILL W«O AGAIN. I Duchess of Albany to Become Bride of Former Premier. Manchester. July 11'. -The Daily Dispatch claims to have good author* itv for stating that the imehess of Albany, widow of Queen Victoria's fourth son. is about to be betrothed to I Lord Rosebery. The paper says that I the dm hess will accompany the king Jen his forthcoming visit to' Scotland. and that tin formal announcement of I the betrothal will be made during his majesty'* stay at Holy rood or imme diately after. FAVORS THE UNIVERSITY. Educational Association Reaffirm* It* Position. Detroit, iiicli.. Jmy 12.—Despite strong opposition on the part of those opposed to a national university, the National Educational association ac cepted a resolution reaffirming its former declaration in favor of ich a university. The university but resolution, whi.-h was offered by President Jesse of the University of Missouri, at the business Session immediately following the morning SCSMOU, read: "lleMdved. That this association hereby reaffirms its former declara tion in favor of the the establishment by national government of a national devoted, not to collegiate, to true university work." I»r. X. M. Hiitb of New York moved that it be laid on the table-, but was voted down overwhelmingly and the original resolution adopted. The report of the committe on nomi nations. whi. named Dr. William A. Hreadsc hear of Iowa college for presi dent and C. M. Key-* of Hartford. Conn., for treasurer, was adopted and Dr. Hreadschear made a brief talk. "All for One and On.- for All." he said, will be his sentiment a* president of the association. MUCH INTEREST SHOWN. Educational Association Hoar* Ad dresses on Teaching Economics. Detroit. July 1J. —Intense interest among educators upon the subject of leaching economics in the public school systems of the country was re flected in the attendance upon th morning session of the National Edu cational association, which was devot ed to it. Fully 3,ono teachers wero present. Talking extemporaneously Professor George E. Vincent of the University of Chicago made an enthusiastic ad dret-s on "Social Science anl the Cur riculum." Professor F. W. Speirs of Philadel phia was the next speaker on "Ideals aud Methods of Economic Teaching." professor George (iunton of New York spoke on "Economics iu the Pub lic Schools." It* uben Post Halleek s paper on "The Teacher as a Social a*d Eco nomic Power," was the last one of the tfession. ftNJOINt HIS RIVAL. Husband Has Him Prohibited Fruit Visiting Wife. Ann Arbor, Mich.. July 12.—"Charles S. Young of Ypsilanti has secured the most novel injunction ever issued. In the bill of complaint Young says he was married in ltsS and lived happily until Foster Kilpatrick. a boarder, alienated the affections of Mrs. Young. The couple were reconciled, but re cently Kilpatrick again made his ap pearance and Mrs. Young once nmro became dissatisfied with her home life. The injunction perpetually enjoins Kilpatrick from visiting Mrs. Young or coming near her or communicating with her. COMPLETtt IT® WORK. Ohio Oomocratic Convention Adjourns After Nominations. Columbus. Q., July 12-—The Dem ocratic state convention adjourned after completing the nomination of a ticket. The complete ticket follows: Governor. James Kilbourne lieu tenant governor. A. Howells. judge supreme court. 11. H. Young: attorney general. M. McCarthy treasurer. K. P. Alshlre board public works. J. to itolman. w MUST DROP BACK PREDICTIONS REGARDING POSI TION OF FRANCE AS POWER OF FIRST RANK. A8MY AND NAVY TOO LARGE Spending More for Support of Her Two Arms of Defense Than Her Na tional Resources Warrant—Popula tion at a Standstill and Her Na tional Debt on the Increase—Inter est on Latter $200,000,000 Yearly* New York. July 1L'.—The Paris cor respondent of The Tribune says: The naval expenditure of France for Is officially proposed to be $«i2. which at first sight seems to be |.'».10'»,iMMi less than in Ifeil, hut If It is taken into account that the cost of maintaining the marine infantry and artillery, amounting to about $r».400.ubo, has been tran.-furred from the navy to the ministries of war and the colonies, it is found that the money that France intends to spend upon the navy during 1!«"2 is in real ity In excess of the naval expenses of the current year. It is a matrer of serici* considera tion for the French whether thev are not spending upon their navy more than their national resources warrant. Franc has now piled up a debt In volving an annual charge for interest of nearly $200.IMMI IMM». nr. !n other words, everv man. woman and child In France has now to pay f*. per an num on the national debt. The army costs the country $1a year, and *he total f*pend *,?-c for 19^2 is officially proposfd to be No Increase in Population. Moreover, reflections upon the French census cause senewed uneasi ness. Last March the population in round numbers was being an increase of only nine and even this meag« result is mostly accounted for by Paris and its sub urbs. where the im-rca?" has bten 2V5.'»«»o. due principally to foreign im migration. so that in the r« of Franc-* the population has been augmented by only "S.eoo during the pa«-t live years. That is to say, for military and naval purposes the population is almost sta tionary, and in this resp«' Franc*? stands alone among the gr* -.: .ti'.ns of Europe. Under these conditions M. Jaures. the Socialist leader, and many ad vanced thinkers among the Radicals and Radical Socialists hold that it is imjossi!le for France to have at the sime time a navy and army of th. first rank, simply because she has MADISON, SOI'TII DAKOTA. FRIDAY, Jl'I.Y 12, 1901. no- the resources of m* n and money to maintain both. ALFRED NORLIN SENTENCED. Defaulting County Treasurer of Min den. Neb., Gets Five Years. Minden. Neb.. July -County Treasurer Alfred Norlin. who con fessed to the embezzlement of $1" of county funds and admitted he the courthouse on fire to cover 1.: erirne. has been taken to the pen r. tiary at Lircoln. At Norlin's request a special session of the district county court was held, before which the em berzling treasurer entered a plea ol guilty and was sentenced to six year.~' Imprisonment and to pay a fine of fMoit. the amount of his shortage after the restitution he made. Th- arr« st of Norlin. his trial, conviction and sentence, all in less than 24 hours. Is probably the :no»t speedy disposi tion of a criminal case in the history of N«b:\isk i courts. DEFEATED TH* REGULARS. Chineso Villagers Fight t«io Imperial Troops. New York. July 12.—A dispatch from Peking says: The imperial troops under General J.u jvn Yuen have been defeated by the Allied Villagers society at Atchl-| chou. 40 miles southeast of Pao Ting Fu. The magistrate of the district has arrived in Peking and has asked Li Hung Chang to despatch 1,000 rein forcements under Colonel Chiang from Le Chien Fu. where there are 2,iM»0 Shantung troops waiting the per mission of the allies to come to Pe king. The Pronrh, who stopped these troops at I.oehien Fu some weeks ago. have now agreed that they can enter any districts in the province of Chi Li. PEACE PLANS PROGRESSING. War Due to Politicians at Home and Lack of Soldiere at Front. Manchester, July 12.—The Guardian says a rumor is current in financial and military circles that negotiations for peace in South.Africa are.jjrojjr^as- now a iii!r. d'-ypit*- the fact that dis iat h« unfavorable to such a movement have recently passed between President Kruger and General Botha. The paper says it is believed that the continuance of the war is due to the. actions of the politicians at home and lack of soldiers at the front. BLOCKED THE STREETS, Reason for Driving Dowieites Out of Evanston, Ills. Chicago, July i2.—Corporation Coun sel Paddeii of Evanston. upon whoso advice Mayor Patten acted when he direded the fire hose be turned upon tie Dowieite visitors there, said: The Dowieites were arrested not because thev came here to preach, but because they blocked one of the streets with their meeting and refused to move on when told to do so. They clearly violated a eit/ ordinance." Following is a list of those seriously hut in the melee: Overseer J. O. Speicher, cut on the shoulder W. O. D»mius, head cut: Elizabeth Van Horn, hack injured 1}. F. Morris, cut ov eve: Caoline Hartman, cut over and shoulder sprained F. A. Graves, face cut O. C. Kibby. cut atuut head Norris Van Horn, badly hurt from blows on head and body Mrs. Jennie Plank, back and shoulder rt. Many others were also more or le*H hurt. When the Dowieites. who had been arr sted by the police, reached the courtroom they broke out into song in spite of their plight and continued shouting their exhortions so that those who had collected on the outside could hear them. Overseers Piper and Spelcher were put under bends to insure their ap pearance July IT before Justice E'.y to answer charges of disorderly con duct and refusing to clear the streets. Chief of Police Knight guarded the march to the depot. Before the train pulled out the crowd became boister eos and missiles were thrown, but Chief Knight saved the Dowieites fi further harm. FOR KILLING A FILIPINO. Lieutenant own of the Second In* fartry on Trial. Manila. Ju!y 1-.—The trial of Lieu t* r.arn Brown of the Second ir.fanty, (l.arged with murde ring, near Binai. f- nan. Infanta province, a native who v.M« suspected of responsibility In the •. ath of a soldier, b- gan during the day. The suidier referred to was drowned while a detachment of the Second infantry was swimming a river under fire. The lieutenant, at the time of the occurrence, questioned the native and the latter bolted, where upon Brown shot him dead. Captain Fran, is H. Fremont, also of the Second infantry, is also bein* tried, for striking a soldier. The court has requested that a witness now iu Washington be ordered her* to testify. As an outgrowth «f the Ill-feeling existing in some quarters, it developer recently that H. Phelphs Whit ma: the governor of Banguet i who has been ordered here to have certain barges against him investigatedK had a physical n "-inter with Seer. ?»ry Otto Scher- i that prflfinc-. vho disapproves of the eovcrnor's ad ministration. The United States com missioners believe gcherer is true to the ir.t rest? of the natives. hhxI irr. The most miserable beings in the vorlii are those suffering from Ihs and Liver Complaint. More •iian «eventy-the per cent, of the people u th.* United States are Hltlieioi with 'hew two disease? and I heir effects, such as s«ur stomach, sick heabache. habitual c«*ti\tu-ss. palpitation of the l.eart. heart bur!!, waterbrash. gnawing ii*l burning pains at the pit of the I f-toinach. eilow skill. c«iate«l tongue and •-iisagriM-able taste in the mouth, com. i '.iig up of food after eating, low spirits, j.-te. I«o to your druggist and get a K»tt!e of August Flower for IT* rt»nts. I'wo ilows will relieve you. Try it. «et Green's Prize A iman«c. Th# Hr«t R#:n*d* for Mitmarh a»»i Ikiarl Yr«»ut!«'*. "I have been in the drug business for 1 venty years a»nl have ikild m«»st ali of tMe proptietar n.etiicines of any note Among tin- entire list I have never f'iiiui any thit to equal Chamberlain's Colic, (,'hoVra and Diarrhoea Kcmedy rall stomach and bowel troubles," s n sl). W. Waketield.of Cohnnbus. l»a. •'This remedy cured two severe cases of cholera morbus in my family and I have recommended ami sold hundreds of bottles of it to mv customers to their entire satisfaction. It idToids a quick aiulsure cure in a pleasont form." For sale by all druggist#. You can never cure dyspepsia by dieting. What your lunly needs is plenty of gMul food properly digested. Then if your stomach will not digest it, Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will. It contains all of the natural digestauts hence must digest every class of food and so prepare it that nature c.1n use it in noursiiirg the body ami replacing the wasted tis-oiets, thus giving life, health.strength ambition pure blood and good heuilh appetite. c^ass on short notice in a workman like manner. Fa w RO-TO-BAC Cea&cr CHA5. B. KENNEDY, President. THE riADISON State Bank fladison, S. D. Fresh 6: Salt Meats# Cured Hams Sausage & Fish w Grut~rs promptly delivered to any part of the city. Call and try LOUIS MALONEY «Kvr „, jijmn fj|| TAPE WORMS MA tape worm eighteen feet long ct lea^t the -ei.e a ir.y .ears. I .iu I CATHARTIC ffwccwew a::. the or..v catliartic worthy notice yy peef.h GEc \V ii^WLES. Bi.rd illsf CANOY r»*ci k«A«i« tioirt»u P. .* 1: t.: T.i«!e GflCd J\ MMl. Nt-rer w, .... Sic.Sic ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... ^trriinr Hrawm nft "jut, »•. T«t. S: s :-1 ati.1 'tvi: v a. ..-.tstAj I Iti'. llaii.i. Rail««\ «, schools, churches, etc.. comenitnt. Write for f'sil p.trtfral.ira. m.ipa, piuupl.lftii. i«-tt«r* from •«'ttl».ra, «'ti-.,t»K IV.||».,T, Su}^rit)t.'nd"nl i Of lmm trail o Ottawa, Canada, er to %v. li lUHIirKS, Watertowa. S Dakota. DR. F. N. PALMER, DENTAL SURGEON Offic« ovwr W. A* Jflackaj bank. MADItaoN SOU1H DAKOTA Shoemaker and can do your repair- PRICE FIVE OEMS J. H. W ILLIAIiON, Vice President. Loans fet LovV^s-t •^•RATES•^H, Palace Meat flarket. ''Ocnsianiiy on ioii P. MSSEN. DEALER IN CHOICE WINES & LIQUORS. gfewing co. S Sample Rooms c»rner I gan Ave. & 4th Street. ci a 1:»»0 u xi taktt CAS' AKIITS T:..- I :»n. sure has v t. ui h- :i i. 'L-. (..st il.tvm i Seal Estaifi. A Competence! W3S0BiGI61HPI8. i» «?«ur»u 1 tic tri.«u settler in the \VHl \T WD ukAZ INU \M» «.f Western c'jnjda. Shoul.l ou a friend #e*tlej id I ^^'.anit. ha As.siniNia4 -•-.i^kntchew an or A to bi Ma. rite tn him an§ ascertain hat are hi» view uf the country. Then- ..f A!U«»rH-:»n» •ftth-.i Hith.ii tl«t* 1 .1st ur -1- 1 v- r- ,t FREE HOMESTEAD LANDS aiiioln that mur rur i-ti.UH'.l fr.'iu th» G.iv^mniont nt M'.lwur. Ill a tew y.'iimi thcr mil Ti'-Ui tli^ iM iiK t.ikliit: farmer a i- u|«»'t.-iu .* for hiui4*'lf an i fam il. .•iim.ile liiMlrhfuI. fuel plentiful. n nr.n*!. aint ether ».*r ui.* plun.m»» ti.il, fru'in for NICK BJORNSTAD. i jnci Sim. FRED KliRTH Dealer in WINES, MM CIGARS. 6t«»p in aud try a of the faraoviB JOHN Gl KD B#er CITY MEAT MARKET, JOHN 8CHCLTZ Propnelor. Keep constantly on hand a ful line of Fran anil Cmsii mesis Fi«h, fowl and Game in season. Kiran avenue.