OCR Interpretation


The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, February 07, 1902, Image 1

Image and text provided by South Dakota State Historical Society – State Archives

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn99062034/1902-02-07/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

S
tHl,ISHKI'
*.
-J
i89(
BAHN6
pt£ B**'M£ Powww Co»t
CHICAGO.
For a third of a cemtiry Ameri
can housewives have found Dr.
Price's Baking Powder invaria
bly a guarantee of pure, delicious
and wholesome food.
Always makes the perfect biscuit,
cake and bread.
OINTCRVENE IN SPANISH-
AMERICAN WAR.
NOT*.—Baking
LD OFFICIALLY
RY OF ENGLAND'S PROPOSAL
SUIT OF BRITISH DENIAL
Oertran Official Dictates the
of t*e Affair at Shown by the
pMrnirrnt Records at Hand—Re­
ims It Important to Controvert the
•ttprmion That Germany Was Ult*
•HtfiC'y ta the United States.
i 7 The official British
-,-.j Pauneefot«\ the Brit
at Wa»binRt'n». on
-v made a second proposal
to remonstrate with the
wan luM before a high
who« function* give!
firm hand knowledge of
:%t as It occurred. He re-
Mat« :n« i.t made tn these:
Wednesday. Keferrlng to
ia»t«-s he dii tat«d tlwr«
orrejK»ml«*nt of th- Aaso
the follow lux lata:
I the 8panl*h auibasfa
asked the tierman gov
the.- Cermany was will
i a KurojM an mov« m«'»t
United States In defense
ur hie principle. The ne*t
Ml* |IUU Ulli*. 1 4!"
nbassador was informed
by
"he emiM-ror that Germany
I-r no circumntanc«»s take
''."sired.
:'ii«-wed
her efforts In March
lion by Germany, but she
aim*ered with a refusal.
time
Ur.
l'-
/*r
von llollebeti
•"'•4 to take part in any
^'aMbingtoti in the int»*restH
"f'ly if ail the Otht'r me gov
'A,*rs participated. Then.
ihe joint note was ban led
•s McKinl.-y.
infot nie«l from Washing
v
'!il H. that the British am
'here a t»eroud col
'f''. deflating thut armed in

Oiiha would be unjustI
upon the emperor'H or
'"•rinan representati\ e» at
"n- Home. Vienua and Mn
iiistriKted that Germany
j"* to participate in such a
"U
•\i,*ain.
I w.
a
as she aaw no prospect
dug could l»e accomplished
j*H "I'on'U'nt of the Assoi iale
iinpieHsi«»u that whil-'
j(|,'.In,
u'
Rfvernmeiit wishes to
int i
a,,,,raran
of -desiring to
^*uite«| States arms, on
a,)d
IS
Mii'
iv 1
she reganls It Impor
th!»'''«"!roV,'rt tli"
wn,n
impres-
t».j "'rmany was dis|Kse.| tt» i
t^U8
u»«rt«iMlIy
to tit United
formerly Lived in Minneaota.
York. Feb. T.-John H.
v -v
CES
powders made from alum
and other harsh, cnuctic nrids are
lower in price, hut inferior in work
and injurious to the stomach.
SALISBURY IS FLIPPANT.
Unable to Imagine the Object of th#
Dutch Government.
London,
Feb. 7.-Lord Salisbury
the premier. unveiled a llf«-»u/.ed mar
bl« Matue of the late Queen Victoria
at the Junior Constitutional flub.
Shaking at a dinner after the unvt-il
IIJK the premier referred to the recent
Dutch note In a tone for h!in of un
usual flippancy. For himself he was
unable to imagine the object of the
Huti government. for whoso friendly
feeling* bo had the greatest admlra
lion, but he could not see the precise
object tbey hoped to gain by this* curl
OOT step.
The premier explained that hh» only
reason for alluding to such thine* was
that a time was coming winn the peo
ple mum think more of the suggestions
of their intelligence aad less Of the
suggestion.* of their emotlot*.
There l» no longer any question of
sentiment." continued I.ord Salisbury
"We have enter.-l upon a matter of
business which w«* might push through.
What we ar»» now seeking is sec un»y
Any p« ace whi« re o :i.. .4 fully the
rifciiti* of the *over*MKH and gives us
urity f«»r the empire w» should a
cept. noL only with willinRn«i».s but
with 'Might. It It* unless* to tell us
to behave no as to leave a pleasant
rerolI'M tion in the mi mis of those with
whom are lighting
Win n the pres. nt strain had passeJ
away, continued the ttpeaker. there
would still remain duties which could
not tie shirked The existence of ho«
hi.,
f.-eling in Ireland wan a sigt a
thai the efforts upon which depended
in no light degree the glory and eon
tinuant e of the empire must not be
relaxed.
"The ma!nt«nan«e «»f our position
tained by strenuous exertion
the premier. "An Irish government
with power to accumulate arms aud
ammunition would lonstmite a mon
»,.ru.us threat than bad th. Ibw^rs
The premier conclude*! with saying
that the conspicuous duty of the
I'ntonlsts was to maintain a per
manent junction between l-.ngland anil
In land, and that it was by sustaining
this junction that they would niaintaiu
the greatness of the constitution ami
the splendor of the British empire.
A FIVE-YEAR CONTRACT.
Canadian Pacific Subsidized for Carry
ing British Troops.
Victoria. H. C.. Feb. 7.- A live year
rontm't i.n" i"'"
twnii the British government and tho
Canadian Pacillc railway for the con
veyance of troops, mails, stores, etc..
between Halifax. Quebec.
ntxl U..»« K..nK, fur "hl. rvl. o .ho
Canadian line will recei\e as
a subsidy yearly, of which the ana
rilnn (titvfrnnu'nt will .-ontrllnllo 11
0AO A stipulation is mad." that tli.
liners of the Canadian Pacific railrond
are liable to war service and to b«
constructed under admiralty supei
vision pud be provided with gun pla
forms and otherwise ready to be lilt
out as warships at a moment s notuc.
tfla«
p-II
a
fn,m ,unr,
^h»»re. He to r,. e Civil war b^l tiibutie shouted
i»«ii'I.J.aw M'unesota and was| thieves.
In the Civil war
H,®," senator.
an,, took
•»t llnll""' l,Brt
ln as a
'1
We
niember of Coin
fir
at Miuneeota volun
are "Leaders" in
tor c»umb«r of Deputies.
Paris. Feb 7. -While the chambor
of deputies was dlst ussing the 0 *j
disease at tal estimates a
a
I4 #1in
1
u
in ,h ,,,lt
i .r."h.-.i
u
'Vwitii the
with the
ime threw
(lf
,,
v «truek a beiK li. burst and
L™r». m.«-
Uepi'ti
Starting OuS With the INeW
nick bjornstad
GOOD SHOES at very w»sb»»u«
9:
2
4-
Ireland i» the nust
empire has. anl it an oni i»e ai
.hv atronnotiM exertions,' saifl
%$||
V*
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY, FKKRUAKY 7, 1902.
NO ONE ESCAPED
EXPLOSION OF GAS AT CHICAGO
KILLS EVERY OCCUPANT OF
THE BUILDING.
VICTIMS NUMBER ELEVEN
Collapse of ths Structure Followed lf$
mediately by the Outbreak of Fire
and the Remains of the Dead Are
Burned Beyond Recognition—Eight
Members of One Family Include# in
List of Casualties.
Chicago, Feb. 7.—-It is believed that
11 Is the correct number of peopla
who lost their lives by the explosion
of gas in the Trostle butcher shop at
7Twenty .second str« et during the
nifcht. The bodies, charred pa*t hit
man semblance in the majority of
ta-es, lay at the nearby morgue, while
firemen and neighbors still dug in the
ruins on the bare possibility that more
bodies migln be under the -bris Fire
f'hief Musham declared his belief that
the explosion was that of a pocket of
of gas. A force of laborers mas put
at work at daybreak tearing up and re
pairing the gaf pi|h*s which were dam
ai: i by the two explosions foil-.wing
that In the butcher shop, but when the
coroner learned of It he ordered tiie
work stopped.
I want no «hange in present condi
tions made, unless necessary, until I
have investigated fully to discover If
negligence was in any way responsi
ble for the loss of life." he said.
The kJllowing is believed to b«
correct list of the dead:
otto Trostle. owner of but her shop:
Augusta Trostle. wife of above, otto
Trostle. Jr.. aged 11 years Anna
Trostle. aged
I^-tia Trostle. ared 7
Minnie Trostb*. aged Baby Trostle,
aged
Fred Trostle. nephew of Otto
Trostle Sophia Kneipp. niece of Mrs.
Trostle Mary Rosenthal, a neighl»or
••otto." an employe, last name not
known.
The experts of the People's Gas com
pany are investigating the cause and
are as yet uncertain. They thuiK some
one was thawing out a pi'"* ar.d that
the explosion resulted. The city fire
marshal is likewise uncertain as to the
first cause.
Had Me Chance to Escape.
J. Kleiner, proprietor of the dmc
store at Archer avenue and Twent-
M.
ond street, was an eye witness
the explosion. He says that no on
came from the butrher shop after the
shock.
I was standing in the front of my
Ftore when the explosion occurred.
Mr. Kleiner said. "I was just Jookinc
down Twenty second street when th.
building trembled. I saw the entir
front of the butcher !=hop fly out int
the street and instantly then* was n
!la-h of flame I turned to the tele
phone and called tip several doctors
nnd told them of the disaster. All of
th« responded.
As I turned to look down the street
again. 1 heard the fire department com
Inc Then the manholes began to ex
plode. and one by one the caps wer.^
blown big!) the air. The force of
the explosion was so great that the
windows In the street
cars
were sbat-
tcied. ..
1 do not believe a person in the
but« her s shop or the flat above es
«a»Hd."
On Monday Otto Trostle insu ed his
life for i:..ie0. makiug his wife the
benefit iary. Wednesday Mrs. Trostle
called on the insurance agent and
asked it the oldest two children cou.d
|r insured. She said she had a pr
Bontmcnt mat something would hap
pen. The agent was instructed to
write policies of each.
Search is being made for a sausav
cutter named George, who. minus on
plioe and with his hair and musta. he
singed, escaped from the butcher shop.
He is believed to have been the only
one who escaped alive a«d tb« eoroncr
desires his testimony.
Wf THE SAN SLAS ROUTE.
Scott's Canal Resolution Celled Up
the Senate
Washington. Feb. 7.--At th" concl 1
tJfon ol routine business in the sena.
Mr. Scott tKep.. W. Va.» alled up at:
had read a resolution which he 1"«
scnted several days ago. providing ur
the appoi»*ment of experts t» examine
what Is known as the San Bias
Mandingo May route for the lsthim:i'
waterway and to report to the senate
N
cost of onstruc ting an interoeoan
|e canal by that route. He spoke at
length on the resolution. At the con
rlusioti cd Mr. Sc-ott's speech Mr. M01
uan. chairman ot the committee on
|(roceanic canals, moved that the res
olution offered by Mr. Scott be re
ferred to that committee.
Without ob lection the resolution
was referred to the committee on in
loroceanie canals.
Mr Hansbrough (N. D.) addres.^1
the senate 011 bis bill appropriating the
receipts from the wale of public lands
fn certain stales and territories tto tn-*
I construction of irrigation works or
tiio 1 l:ni'»*lo" of arltl lands.
^v ...••
clalnj' ii 'that the 'proposition was not
a F' ctional one and said It would pro
vide homes for many no\y, homeless.
Shortly after 2 o'clock tho Philip
pine tarifT bill was taken
up.
Th
4
W* otrnM at vow reasooftble prices- We do all kinds ot Shoe Repairing. Give us a oall and be convinced.
5
v
At th conclusion of-^Ir. Hans
brongh's speech the irrigation bill was
ordered to be the unfinished business
wh* n the Philippine tariff bill was dis
pos. of.
Mr.
Lodge Kii? ge»ted some minor verbal
aiii--ndments to the bill.
EXPLOSION OF POWDER.
Two Men Ocad and Four Sdrioualy
Injured.
TeHuride. Colo.. Feb. 7.—Two men
ar- dead arid four others seriously in
Jur- as the result of an explosion of
Ader In the powderhouae at th*
m")tli of Japan tunnel. The dead are
I) K. O'Connell. aged 4.r., and Alphonso
Flarietta. aged 22. All the buildings
en ind the tunnel are a complete
Wreek.
one of the men who was thawinK
powder in the powderhouse. stepjed
out of the building for a moment and
the powder, becoming heated, explod
ed. the concuasion setting off the en
tire ]owder supply, amounting to sev
ra! hundred pounds. About 4"'i yards
di-:ant was stored tons of dynamite.
T» ,!oor of the building was blown in,
t:n the dMiamite was undisturbed.
SUSTAINS THE MAJORITY.
Said President* Answer Will Be Ad
verse to Schley.
Washington. Feb. 7.—The Post
mns it is stated that the president's
response to the appeal of Admiral
S hley will be made public next Satur
«iav.
It is understood that the response
Viil be adverse to S« bloy. A visitor
at the White House, with whom the
presid'-nt talked upon the subject
PEARSON MUST QUIT.
i v n e s s i s o s e i s v e o e a i n a n
uot«*d the president as saying that he suffering caused by woui.-.n.y '.:si-t}es.
thought the verdict of the majority ol, js plt-asant to con
e o u o u e o e s u s a i n e
Northvwaatern University rusteee In- prompt and perman
vectigate His Case.
Chicago. Feb. ".—Professor Charlef
of the committer apjwinted to invest!-
For the
se reasons the conclusion is
i drawn that the university trustees
should ask
si*n.
i professor
of th
cline
On
professor has declared that he won:
accept the verdic of the trustees witl
out a murmur. He has said, furth
he would not stay where he was
longer wanted.
dinner ante about through a de­
al re of Mr. Morgan to inspect Mr. Wi
dener's art gallery, reputed by experts'
to be the finest private collection in
the world, and estimated to be worth
$5."0".
rilc 3
W Pearson will be asked to resign pre^-j.tion. Tl...
from the fjuultv of Northwestern uni- medicine for
versitv. The Trilmne says, if the report
wonie
gate his case is accepted by the exeo-1 f^y^ng drains, heal*
ut:ve committee of the board of tr.is- inflammation and v.l
te« s. The decision was reached after c^rauon and cures
a two-hours' session behind closed female weakness,
doors, at which the communication I preat p:«i«nre
written by the professor on Tuesday i i« r-vutiii"enainj{ ir
w.'s read and the case reviewed. The
tubers of the examining committee
are Dr. Daniel Ikmbright. acting prev
id nt of the university Dr. Robert !.
Sheppard. business agent, and M.
Wilson, a trustee.
The rejort. in substance, it is said.
will declare that Professor Pearson
has transgressed the rules of propriety
in openly declaring the fallibility of
the Bible whiie occupying a chair in
an institution supported ^.ainly by
contributions from members of the
Methodist church and that he should
I seek a hair in some liberal institu
tion where he would Ire at liberty to
preach any doctrine he might desire.
NERVITA PILLS
Cure Impotency, Night F-missions. Loss of Memory, all wasting dis
eases, all eftccts of self-abuse cr excess and indiscretion.
A nerve tonic and blood builder. lrini s the pink
glow to p.ile checks and restores the fire of youth. By
mail
50c.
per bov,
6
NERVITA-TABLETS
(YELLOW LABEL)
Positively guaranteed cure for
plain package,
Los®
$1.00 a
box.
6
n establishes
rejrU',aritv.
dries en-
Pie
oth«-r MifTcT-.tin wotnm
wnto Mr». Mary Auaie.«
of Oras^vcreck. Ashe
Co.. N C. "I ha*'- i'
trrnn'. trrubi? ai:
unt* it ra^i'.cpr
of tVic wtvni*. I w
tftmMc'5 m:th it so ths
i 1 did net k'.tfp
nil
v'
York at l.ynwood hall. Ashbourne. .Mr
Widener's country place.
It was one of the most notable gath
erings of financiers ever assembled
around a private board in the I nited
States.
beves for
for
Cca&cr
|A,
r/RSTAlP TO THE iNt/UREik
POND'S
EXTRACT
For Burnt, Sprains, Wounds, Brui
ses or Any Sort of Pain.
Used Internally and Externally*
CAUTION! Avoid the wc-ak. wat-.-ry
Witch Hazel preparations. r»- *ente'l
to be "the same as" PONIri EX
TRACT. which easi'.y sour and often
contain "wood alcohol." an irritant ex
tero&lly and, takao i&ternally. a poison.
Against Christian Dtmcc:•
Home, Feb. 7.—The nnewspa »c:-.,
sav *hat do umvrits will be p::b]i::
shortly by f'ardinnl Rampolla a:.d 1
congregation of foreign «jec-l«-siasti•
affairs in'.i'ating the suppression
the Christian Democratic party. T!
organ of the Christian Socialist I
mocracy. the papers say. will also
suppressed and priests will be fori 1
den to be connected with this moe*
me
it.
"I did not sleep a
night for seven long
weeks."
That prolonged period of sleepless-
1 1
trast the me3ical in
efficiency which said
"I could not t
cured" with the
ent cure effected by
the i se of Doctor
Pierce's Favorite
for w\«i lonii wetk
Ihe iii*rt rs I ceic
uot curt l. but O 'n-.
mcnoecl taking l* l*iern
»ti: IV-itts.' A" --r*
I could s'rtp a'.l ni^ht. and a:ur tajtsng
botttes of Favorite Pre^nption and two
1
GUESTS WORTH 1500.000.000. 1
Twanty Multi-Miiitonairea Attend Wi
dener's Dinner.
Philadelphia. Feb. 7.—Nearly 20 mil
tlfmain s. whose wealth is estimated
at freo,tn»c.o.Mt. were the guests of
A. B. Widener at a dinner given to
tertain J. pieri'ont Morgan of N
-F.. rr
Go.drii Mcdu-al U-.scovery and thvrevva.s
*P'eaar I't-llet*' r:v c-4se was cured. I r.ad
toM rii v hu-band that I wouM have to die. a« »t
t-J 1 iSHild net live. He -M Rie to put ta:tn
in Ir fierce s medicine*, for :t Had curev. ot.:er
and wou'd oire nie So it o.n aud i thauk oou
aud voar med-.cine f«. saving my ^.le."
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Professor Pearson to re^ i Adviser. iooS large pages, is sent Tree on
protessor rearson
of sU:r
.pv to piy expense of
tjt'v. Send 31 one-cent stamps
BEST FOR THE
BOWELS
mer.'. of
k.er J-our
hra.'t.
.» ... ur
K'-rrt-.ln Ojr »if
11. i» (Une«rou. 1! uno.'th
il*»T vt krrllU^ ihtf
rvffviis
CANDY
CATHARTIC
*1» KtIN
I hi I
,l'
$J.5®» with our bank*
able guarantee to cure or refund the money paid.
Send for circular and copy of our bankable guarantee bond.
E CANDY
'•a-?, o.r-CM-KXl.
a*r an- I
KEEP YOUR BLOOD GLEAN
KVltnV (HirkM. tMllihl1 »r ^OKk.
Restore Vitalitj,
EXTRA STRENGTH
of Power. Varicocele, Undeveloped or Shrunken
Organs Paresis, Locomotor Ataxia, Nervous Prostration, H\steria, Fits, Insanitv,
Paralysis ar.d the Results of Excessive Cse of Tobacco Opium or Liquor.
By mail
in
$%.oo with our bankable guarantee bond to
i cure in 30 days or refund money paid. Address
NERVITA MEDICA' COMPANY
Oin^ ...id Jackson Streets CHICAGO, -OT
1-oi.Diiv FRANK SMITH. RAAITMA0SFFR,
MASOMO
Z 1 y o u w a n o s a i a n i y o u a v a n o a e a y s a e y o u e e e
I onto the band wa^on and ride do^rn to our Shoe Store ior your SHOES.
fKMPI-R. MAOISOK, 8* l-
410
PRICE FIVE F.MS
[state,
Loans i
A A A A A AAA AAAAAAAA A A A A
COAL!
4
We have now in stock and pre
pared to supply
THE BEST GRADES
HARD &
SOFT
COAL
in large and small quantities.
Let us fill your bins for the
winter. We are confident we
ould please you from our excel
ent stock.
JONES BROS.
Elevator *C.'
r*"
Hard
& Soft
COAL
We handle the
BEST GRADES
in the market, and
respectfully solicit
your patronage.
Contracts for the
season a specialtv.
HUBBELL BROS.
Office on .MainM.
ft»0C08 0QQ00»e»«0ei.oei
FRED KURTH
Dealer
WIKES. LlOl'ORS
CIGARS.
Step in and try a glae? of
famous
JOHN
I
PILLS
CTS.
ths
GUND
Bmt
CIT\
MEAT MARKET,
JOHX SCHCLTZ Prop.^tor,
Keop eonetantly on hand a ft.I
lin* of
n
L®ivig» iFresa aD5 cartff
and Manhood...
•n
Fish, fowl and dau.e
cli
EtfuR iWDue,
OR. F. N. PALMERt
DENUL SURGEON
Office over W. A. Mack ay bank.
MtO*SO\ so1''! DAKOTA
STOFPCO FICE
Ftrmancntit Cuf«d kf
OR. ILINE S GREAT
NERVE RESTORES
C.'wifcl/.i -»t.4
)!»J TUMI. ITOTTI.: I-'KKT
1
v
$
1 v
i I I i n s i i i -I I K I I K 4
93t ArcH StraM. Phil«deijSi«.
EGAN AVE.

xml | txt