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JAUSE OF WRECK
NEER
STRONG PROBABLY RE.
.P0NSIBLE FOR DISASTER
ON
THE WABASH.
CONDUCTOR
MARTIN'S STORY
4is
Order*. Which Mt Read to
Engineer* Instructed Twin No.
Pass 13 at Seneca—Italian Con-
... Agent at Detroit Looking After
interests of His Dead and In-
i countrymen.
Nov. 30.—Conductor O. J.
tj
Wabash train No. 4. which
made an error 1 wa.« not alone
im.«. The other thr.e members
crew must have under5t»H»d a^ I
ise tljey would have .rreit- 1
\SUL
VISITS
Miniate of the number of Italians
yet.
htle cannot tpll how many were
he said. "I am Inclined to
the estimate* thus far ore a
e\agperat*d. I shall «1o every
in Hiv |K»wer to dtsover the
of Italian victims and secure
uttioo eoncerninK them, but it
quire time, I do not know where
r'n but I hope tt have the mat'er
ne I out by a" I by. It *0'
k1 ly lie nec**ssary t«i send to ltal
nanus of the 1 in
in is rants
DEATH LIST REDUCED.
5,d
There Were Only Fifty Emigrant*
©n Wrecked Train.
n
'trolt, Nov. 30.—A N*w« s|e( ial
it
T..
v.,i
1
W.'
111
Adrian. Mich..
11 !o
on the wesbound train,
it reduces the death
WE
have iust
soma elegant
inost half and th
tims will be bitw 11
Hey
lb«'
with train No. 13 near Son-j fhe strikers ar
n.-swiay night, causing the loss
.» lives, said Chat the orders
(u at MontpelitT were to pass
at
rs." said h-\ "which
Stroog and read
:uch agreed with s.
1 t.
r.fiine COD, will me. No. 13.
vs and 151. «t Ser.-eri. ar.d
,-:ne 023. at Hand i'r- k.'
-reiving th«»e order* 1 :-j
t-king the agent at Mnn?p.--j
tho now (tiding at S is-, a
my train.
toward th«* front of the (hair,
.. up 1 passenger's ticket when
«h* station lights of F- tier.i flath
.rnmediately felt the airbrake
I fell no alarm. supposing th«*
was slowing dov n to s« '(.«
of 13'b engines, wt.: 1
had cleared.
ih n the brakeman. wh had
the lookout, came hurry:n«
hair fir end puiu-.i th.- «ord
!t, Tony*' I a
Koins through
and an insur.t
iled.
tieea,"
later
bears cut Sup*: :nt'-nd«-nt
•a!.went that i::!K n- Strer.K
either miMit- !en totid or for
order* and ran bv Seneca,
was ordered t«* pas* 13.
e.-ndvictor Martin's statement
at. 1 to Engin*tr Stmrg Ult«r
er said:
not denleil a! ai t.tu- that
e such an order i only say
a- ^ot such an order I misread
rstotnl it and that I should
:i s«*t ri(tht by tonductor.
»!.m will tell you at he, t««.
o,i that we were me. both
at Hand Creek e ,.f at
O 11II III lit 1' of
A. M. Zfdn
u
One cf the
THE SCENE.
tentative of Italian Government
Looks Into the Disaster,
.:t. Nov. :Si» I'ietro Cardelllo,
consular agent In lvtroit. has
n' to the city from the w ene of
".iUaah wreck near S« r.« oa. w here
nt to lH»k after the interest* of
'tntrymen. f*o many of whom
irned to death. He said he was
'•!e to form anything like a or
w 1)0
en the train and then die k the
1
lh those who escaped."
'"Iher the terrible lo^s of life sus
by the Italians will be mnd«* the
of correspondence iictween the
and I'nlted States governments
('ardelllo could not *ay.
not my place to notlfv the Ital
°rnmei»t." he said. That would
within the Jurisdiction of Count
•vadowskl, the Italian consul at
who will aim look after ih«'
"I vU tims In the Peru hospitals.
no doubt that he has already a
our government of the a«*c
^vp you communicated with fount
,vaduwski?"
Was asked.
hav« done my duty."
matip reply,
wns
Tl
,hflt
:,tranKed
a,'"Vl
Uoni.uirt K. Si hievene. I2!»
street. ('hl-an», tl»t'»»Kh wliotn
the trans|»ortation
:f'"'nla
of the Italians
l!1'
ui,1,Ml
sday's night's wrc k on th«'
'here wre only about
"'id "it. Attur
i\v. repres-nting ('our
VmZ^'1 .,
52
LINES IN BETTER CONDITION.'
Places of Striking Switchmen Are Be
ing Filled.
Pittsburg, N »v. Whin- manv of
^trikinj swire-nm-a haw returned
to work an«l Hi. railroads have sue
eteded pretty w. U
in learing 1 h* ir
made gains dur-
hours. This claim.
Bcials. who report th**ir lines in IKttr
condition than at any time since the
•men vwnt out. Blockades continue at
.several points along tin- Allegheny
tillf I i in and it will
IK*
f'J* M," t°,R'0
MADISON, SOUTH
id" vie
building,'
I-vy of 132 Hartford
at tho inquest here
hi. ago. at tho inquest here. sUvs that,
'hiewno told liim that although he
a no yet roW|v,«l full return?,
Jfl not believe there w,-,e over r.O
1 •nniii^rants on the wrecked train.
several day^
1 before traffic* will lie in a normal ren
dition. Th*.' officials Fay all but 1"» of
strikers have returned.
making strenuous
Pennsylvania road.
,hf
of,u :aIs
set-ra to expect
/Jm.
an hav
(u ,«i .•« fori e to take their p!at s if tin v quit
provided a
work. Hidations Intw.-en the switch
men and train men a badly strained.
to The ay Grand M»?tor Mor
!ei.: «.f th»- Y unm« n did rwt a-t
M'oj" in 1 iv.g to allow n:» men
the tr'i.. On t!i• other
i tr Snmen t., 1-. ?!-. --,v:t: h
a ting wit!.'-. 1 uVmjl r'.»e
federal' n- of rail employ.
FOREIGN ORDERS REFUSED.
Reading Coal Company Busy Supply-
Coal Company Busy
ing Home Demand.
rh'.'adelpts:.!. Nov. "o.- No ni":-' tor
«!i orders hir anthracite are to be
a i epted by th-- Philadelphia and
It* adinjf Teal and Iron company for
the present. Th-,-- have become so
large and so numerous in the past
month that to supply them would so
riou.-ly interfere with me.'tiuR the de
I mand for honie consumption. The ar
goes already landed in European port*
I parti-ularly of France and Germany,
have proved jio successful in adwrtis
ins the American article among for
eigti consumers of coal that almost
daily orders from French. German 4ml
even Kn^Iish manufacturers are rea h
i in* the tffices of the Reading company.
Present low rates to European ports on
outgoing vessels ar«- priwipally ac
countable fr the foreign demand. The
freight to French ports now oniy costs
I-.3T per ton. the prire fornierly be
ing a! least 14. Agents of the Western
railway of France say they are ready
to order thousand- ns American
eoa' if they can oi.t.nue obtaining it
at th:.- pn- a
DIRECTOR SCHIFF
Board
Great Northern
Resigns.
N.-w York Nov -Th- Evening
p.-t prints th-- f.-liowing:
.farob II, Schiff has resigned as a di
rector of the Great Northern railway.
This is the first of the resignations of
directors hel ling seats in two or more
of the Northwestern railway director
ates to be announced and be
lieved it is to be followed by still
others
w
It Is reported in Wall ftrect that Mr.
Schiff has resiRned as a director of the
Northern S**curitios company, but that
is not true. The report probably jose
from his retirement from the Great
Northern railway lKard which was
not generally known in Wall street.
The Evening Post also says that it
is believed to be only a matter of time
and of convenience when
tion* of H. H. Harriman and .1. .1. Hi
frcmi the Northern Pacific board will
b* announced.
MINNESOTA AND IOWA ENTRIES-
Early Arrivals From Northwest at Chi
cago Live Stock Show.
Chicago. Nov. ::.v--Thirty-six exhib
itors with more than animal*
have lust added their quota to the
list of exhibits for the International
1 ive Stock association show, which s
Jo be hold at the t'nion stock yards
next week. More than I'LOou animals
will be on exhibition and the mono
value of these prize animals 1, a
proximately $3.fto0.ooo. It will 1» 1
Lrentest show of the kin«l over held.
The chief Interest in the first ar
rivals was centered in the exhibits of
Hn' agricultural colleges of Minnesota.
Iowa Michigan and Indiana
these col legos has entries
classes, and as they
work of the f-tudents
experts ar
the result.
Eat of
in all the
represent the
in the colleges.
taking
*11'
special interest
ACT IS SUSTAINED.
Wisconsin Supreme Court Decide* «n
Important Case.
\ov 30. The
1 it of
I.Tlf""'"- 111"
"I'l"rn-on" I It
..I l.'na I I
'ontruvened the apportionment la*
of
guarantee that they are
Shoes
and
!,°ib-lrlf
in)
ll)
tfthus nu'kinir an assem
H" iV'rirt which 'insisted
omit :nid l^"1
nl
receiv-Fnatnel
IMM*M
all
LEGGI^I*
NOT AT PRESENT
GENERAL
i
and
yards, tho strikes are still aetiv
as«it that thev hav»
,ing th«* last 24
however, is denied by the railroad ,f-
DAKOTA, SATURDAY,
WOOD BELIEVES
BAN
CU-
ARE OPPOSED TO
ANNEXATION.
MIGHT CHANGE LATER ON
General Desire on the Icland to See
Their Flag Floating Over Morro
Castle, Even if It Were Only for a
Week—Denies the Charge That
Americans Are Interfering in the
Presidential Election Now Pending.
New York, Nov. 30.— Among tlh
passengers who arrived during the day
from Havana were General Leonard
Wood, governor of Cuba. Mrs. Wood,
Michael J. Dady. the contractor. Sir
William Van Home, Lieutenant V.
Harden and Lieutenant Frank McCoy.
General Wood said that he would
proceed directly to Washington to re
port to President Roosevelt and ex
pected to return Dec. 7. He said ho
had expressed no opinion on the ques
tion of annexation of Cuba and that
to do so would impolitic. The story,
he added, probably was put out to af
fect the elections in Cuba, but noth
ing would come of it. Matters were
quiet in Cuba and preparations- are
being made for the coming tion
in February.
"Of ourse." said General Wood,
"there are a number of people in Cuba
who desire annexation, but I doubt th"
possibility of securing a canvass of
opinion on the question. The people
of Cuba wish to see their flag floating
over Morro castle even if it were onlj
for a week."
Mr. Dady says tho city council of
Havana, by a unanimous vote, gave
him 'he ivana contract for public
improvements there and that the plans
and specifications are in preparation
for presentation to General Wood, who
will consider the matter on his return
to Cuba,
AMERICANS
Secretary
OUT.
NOT INTERFERING
Roct's Repty to Candidate
Maso's Charges.
Washingt N v. 3".—Secretary
Root lias replied to the cablegram of
Bartholo Maso of Havana, who com
plain. that American officials were
assisting E.-trada Palma in his con
test for the presidency of Cuba and
asking that they be directed to cease
their efforts in this direction. Secre
tarv Hoot has informed Mr. Maso that
L'nitod States officials are taking r.o
steps for or against any candidate in
Cuba. Th.- secretary based his reply
upon a letter reoo-ived from General
Wood.
TAFT ORDERED HOME.
President of the Philippine Commis
sion to Recuperate.
Cincinnati. Nov. —The Times
Star special from Washington says
The secretary of war lias issued r
dors and sent them to Manila or r
ing Governor Taft home on leave so
ho can recuperate and gain his heaith
and strength. Governor Taft is to
leave for the United States on the
fir*t transport as soon as he is ab.e to
embark. At present there are no
transports at Manila, but the Kilpa.
rick is due from New York in a day
or two and will bo ready to sao
homo in atxiut 10 days.. ThcKilpat'
4
&
I A
WK
CH«'^*^eillsohav.afullI
NOVKMHER SO,
RELtEVm THE C»5»
POND'S
EXTRACT
Reduced one-half with
pure soft water, appliel
frequently with dropper
or eye cup, will remov#
congestion and instantly
relieve pain and In flam*
Station.
CAUTION I Avoid iM^erwn, i*ft*
tating Witch Hazel preparation*, rep
resented to be "the tame as POND'S
EXTRACT, which easily soar and
generally contain "wood alcohol," a
deadly poison.
1901.
l'« i ngs to the New York line, but If
Gi v-mor Taft desires to come by her
and does not care to go to New York,
the Kilpatriek will be ordered to San
Francisco. If the governor does not
care to come on the Kilpatriek the
Grant will be ready to sail about the
middle of De-ember and the Meade
will kdlow the Grant.
CIRCULATED
Report That
BLOOD
Cim .tRFTN W all claimed for t*MI
anc aT-i-1 '.1 v. 1 v, tten
wi»tu-ii a riicdicino I ieasar.t take anil a! last
have .: ,n Oasoaret.-. Mcoo :ak:r^s :be«: mr
bl.n.u iia t'tvii pwnfled and ir.y a n v-t i i v ha* tm
Dr».iveo wonoortu iy uik! I tei. ch !. vvery
tay Mns SALL1E Si-LLA*i*. 4«iW«»..
CANDY*
W CATHARTIC
BAOCAUMQ
TNAOf MANN MWIKO
I
BY BRIGANDS.
Is Dead Not
Mies Stone
Confirmed.
Constantinople, Nov. —The report
that Miss Ellen M. Stone, the Ameri
can missionary who was abducted by
brigands and held for ransom, and
her companion, Mnie. Tsilka. is dead,
i- net confirmed. Previous similar re
I oit^ have invariably proved to be
•vithout foundation and it is supposed
that the brigands are circulating sir
rumors with the object of exciting the
friends of the captives in the hope of
1 xacticg the full amount of ransom de
manded.
New York. Nov. 30.—According to
the London correspondent of The
World a telegram sent from Pera at 1
o'clock Thursday afternoon cmfirm?
'he n»ws that Miss Eilen M. Stone,
the American missionary, and Mme.
Tsilka. her companion, have been miir
red by the hripsr.ds who kidnapped
•hem Sept. 3. almost three months ago.
into «n Insurgent Pitfall.
Washington. Nov. 30.—Adjutant
r.eneral Corbin has received the fol
wing cablegram from General Chat
.Ve dated Manila. Nov. 28: "l.ieut^n
r.ts Feeter and Wetherill. Nineteenth
regiment.. U. S. infantry, badly wound
ed by bamboo spikes in a pitfall neat
Carmen. Bohol. Feeter wounded in
foot Wetherill in thigh operation
Becessarv to extract sticks. Ueilteu
ant Smith slightly
hurt."<p></p>BAD
p.-itr-t Ti=*
Pa«nrt Psii«tab
Gcvd. Ni Vi s .'Kt'i.. W 11r• 1
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
CcBptct,
NO-TO-BAC
Told by Pain
you have paras -ou
them quickly. P'-in shows -thing is
v.-rong. The sharper the p-ii thu- mo e dan
there is in d^b-v. There ?.rc thovisands
to-dav :an ag
wlio arc
WORlt'Q
-ru*:-
liaC.it
hculd look
!!v, rithcr thin tell
pain almost continv:
hvsician about the p.ej. 1:1 their
.owvr abdomen, aKe.t tV agor.v of failing
of the womb and the distress of leiworrhocu.
They let the months pass ard hcir trou*-'-
ornes harder to cure ..nd nore distressing
modest women can sccurc exempticn
from the embarrassment cf a private exami
nation. When p.uti tells them o( direct
ean cure tne vselves cf
WINE«fCAR5lil
in the privacy of their ho*ru"s. Ycu c:.r\i be
cured without distres^i-.)^ pubiieity. ith
the.-e facts before y.nt there is r.o rcaxa for
ij increasing your miserv and wv^ticg the ca»
v
which
Why not stop the pain today
Belen. Mls»,. March 9. ISM.
I used one bott
1.- of Wine of Pa-dui and en- of Tlnntfar.! a
Blat'W- Draught
two)
blind.
floor.
use
IMkaukyou tor your wouaeriui ^UlTU.
essxiuxjsmemamesif
Patent Leather
li vii earn in i«
our mciliOiiH--"
S O E S
W A
line
WARM SHOES
of
We have
{which
$
RADIATORS
AT
MCDONALD BROS.
a
we
12x14
tra fuel,
if
call at
CHA5. B. KENNEDY, J. H. WILLIAH50N,
President.
THE RUDISON
State Bank
Farm Loans A*T LOWEST
^RATES*^
JUST A LETTER
PRICE F1VECEKTS
patent radiatori
guarantee to heat a
comfortably
room
taching it to your heater.
To a friend, or perhaps a business [commuicatiort, but
why not use'Stationerv that gives a favorable impressicn—
such as indicate refinded taste—that gives pleasure to the re
cipicnt. (lo*d 5tationery is a feature here—the ideas thet jre
most correct- thestylish elegant effects, but priced ycu
than many stationers ill ask you for common kinds. %\t
have a bargain in
THE NATIONAL BONO"
paper, which we sell at 25c per pound 120 sheets i. Vou can
have it in cream or azure with envelopes to match.
LOUIS MALONEY.
AOHNT
DEALER IN
CHOICE WINES & LIQUORS.
,«»5JBM FANS
Sample Rooms Corner Fjran Ave. & 4b Street.
&
Fresh
Shoes
for Ladies, Men and
ior
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Palace Meat flarket.
MEATS^
Salt
Cured Hams
Sausage & Fish.
Orders promptly deliver*^ to any pwrt of th©
Call try w.
...
MSW
at
by
ex-••••
No
you are interested
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Vice President.
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fladison
Brewing Co.
u
i'i
i
3RIIE1|
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for Gentlemen. They are the
"Florsheim* which is a
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