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1W» |t. iv ,U t,%*f MB »*.•! valt c*.! pe*ui C*ll lv.il nJdrfH.' 111 MINNESOTA ADDRESS DY GOVERNOR VAN SAWT ANO PARTY. i! ROYAL asking Powder UST DAY IN CHICAGO a W'c.-.ri cn the Monument of mam Lincoln and Participates in •. anruet at the Germania Club, 'cr the Prince"# Wife From -V- Ladies an Incident of the er Fw.~ct.on. March 5.—The Chicago Henry of Prussia saw »f many lights ui»on his !$!«•«! to him during l- ari-r light of the «»oif ho received then i ami emphasized and ho *!hr opportunity tt» on joy desire of mooting Amor at rj.mo range During -toned to an address from Hunt! .»f St. Paul. placed the IJn oln monument in •*tI tijoy# .1 it luncheon '':i ut th» Gormauia club. station of Ices Clean Bre^,d With Royal Baking Powder there is no mixing with the hands, no sweat of the i rv»w. Perfect cleanliness, greatest facility, c.vee:, dean, healthful food. Ujo v 1 address l»y i Hunt was the first detail •dticial program tut*. The I tho governor an«t the »•••m|i ininis law in his ut. ho had eaten break •vaid in response that ho tho al'Iro»H vory highly the expressions of j»oud .»i «-otnn to him every ainlianFailor of his ,!i" nsjioror. K aH those who wore to •.»• prime during tho day 1 tl»« Auditorium. With j' party ont"i.Mi the car- A"4i''IiK 4 nvoy it to Lincoln Ui" (ortnatiia olub. In the *•:. tho 'a v prinoo woro Mayor •lr Adimral ICVUUH a id ox ^»R Kolttn T. ti..- i v., I.IIICOJTI ovory diMir and wiiuio^ where thi '•rUiuH faros. HnndUot *avt?«l at hiui from tho ,!'i th«» crow (I along th» U WvotlMK. Thf prince «m|oJ,l»lfr J,j3 rtt 1 u JU ri». Adimral KVRJIH was ti.' "I couHldorablo at tle fc,,re li.Vt'ilalong tlio '•'i.i,. u«ureH w*lun Ve tli" princt* ico oatiio u|K)n th» ^'etched ropes aur '*1 kcey hack the "Leaders" a re M! •nc5? 4tw. -jJj Alan B«*"H «*1 i n.i-n! i I the *ca r! hi-% hal«- |»n» t*er* Nrmmr it 1» chi ar.d *k«-« a hut •'•uni j'V ,i., a I E HENRY PRESENTED WITH 1 which, l.tkett in land. »v1» oe„ »tl) UJHXI the MtMnscb, !i»rf kn-m., uraKod ti.o attempts of the v. istur orr.o who wouid hav«« otioroiu lit on to irroun i ron« rv.- i for his hiKhue.^. AniM.tt piofi'iind «ilonf o th" priuco as retoie.l tlio htopn of th« SlOtiO etlt 1 auru and laid th- f«M«t of th«? imftgo »©f th«» t! .irt «i prosMont t!.-- Laurel Token of Retpatt. Tht- cortaiony lastid but a fi»w nio- (tnetita. Kvory procauticn ha«! takon for the ^afoty of the royal Ruost. The I«iuM'onso had n riRidty itrnpo, to i i fr« ID I n.Homont to rnrp-t and alter the In^p'-etion. up to tho time th prln o K f«Kt itito th" rlubhou.«o. not oven nien.berv woro aUowt- to ontor wst!i out hjNiial ar«i of admi.^siun, Th'« i avalry escort which had a« rompaniod tho prinoo frum tho Auditor'ium. dr»*w up In front before tho prince nHshfe't from hin carnaK«'- A dotachnient of jHilico restrained the curious rov.!s. while doteotiv.-H in ritiior.H- dross were sprinkled about the fctroots a lin^ to the rlub in order to nuard anainii? any fot-pbious rhara torn getting :th n shoot inn distant? of th w'f br«»t her. The prin e. arm sn arm with Wovor. the (Jerinan consul in Chicago, was mot at the threshold oi the rlu1' house bv Uuxtav F. Fis her, prosi lent vt the club. Tho broad Ktnirway .id IUK to tho ro«opt:on hull was lined with little girls (ltr»s«'l in white. .conie NF th« tu shyly H|H»WO The cu-sls wore *tandinc when the prince and outouraKc entorol. A string band. hldd. n behind palms and ferns |U%ed "l»or Waclit Kin Hlioin. While tho first three .-our*.* W.TO OHU of th.1 t.iu-1 ident mhvr prot* «d the health i".1."'" iTni.-' PrMidtnt of the Unittd States. will I. drunk standing 11 11 batitl pla*ed The Star Spangled JW nor The next toast, also |irnjH«o. bv Mr. Fischer, was to the. of Geimany. This was drunk IUe t. f,rtt ami tollowed by the pla. 1 .... )lr )in ^.USO. they wor, HUI-: .rf »-th the An t« Rive the atroKH 1 of the Nine*? J"'/ j, -limbering thouaand* 'nut the stutuo of the 'u- siegerkranx. nd *»l»l'eiiant o, ami there'J" jj,,. (joinian patriotic u* remained standin,:. Av flui, r* In i n ule health of tb^ "S'lCi""*™ IT,..l.lont wh.T '""-J"""' Starting Gut With the New Year in GOOD NICK BJORNSTAD SHOES at Women in behalf of tho princess, de claring thru no in ident of his visit kad ikas( him more, and that he Was Hire the princess, his wife, would cherish it among her treasures. The vase was of gobl and cut glass and was two feet high. in Tho print** and liU official I arty quic kly r« ont« r» «l ihofr car rinses a!il startoii at a brifk trot for t!»o (lorn.ati'a inl". ur.ly a jshort blo« k diMHt.t. A I'tirst of m«si' rn a brass bsn beraMod tho prino. ominc and In a fo\v mstiuto# "t'rir.co li nry wis Timor Hoinrirh" among an tie oncn-t:rttlon of Oilman Amorican? to the prince and he nodcUnl pleasantly to them, aj-pa:" litlv onjoyin« the mnocont M^ootarle. Tlio luncheon was tonttned to the prime and the immediate party aconi nam inn him from Kurope and as-sUn «.,l to bitn at Washington. Th unpo rial (ierman «n^il. Dr. Wovor, tlio two vico consuls. Iw"tors Haertinc and /^»opfol. Mayor Harrison. Govern or Yato. ilobort 'I I inctiln. the o\«»o utiv«' comuiitteo »f live representinv: the I'nited tJorman »«o lotion and about fit members of the club, including di rectors* and the reception committee. •i .',w Prince Henry left th« Germania club at :»u p. m. and was driven directly to the t'nion depot. Tho crowds lined both sides of the streets. At th«? depot he thanked Mayor Harrison for the pb-asure his reception in Chicago tiad Kivm him. At 2 p. m. the Chica go. Milwaukee and St. Paul Count Pangaert of Belgium, who knew Ksterhazy in Paris, atid two wait era ar- the -rsxiis claiming to have re ognized tho man who becam note» rious in the I»reyfus case. Pangaort was talking French with fri»*nd^ when Kstorhazy ovorh-ard him and. with his friends, immediately so ight a s»'dudM corner. Their rooven:-nts attra ted Pangaert's notice and he says ho im mediately ro ognizod Kst« rhazy. as did the two waiters. Major Kstorhary d«»clineil to be a witness in the Itrevfus trial in 1SJ*9. and later fled to England, whore he onfessed to being the author of the bordereau. He declared that he com mitted the foigi-rv und«*r order of Colo nel Sandh'-rr and his superior officers. Aft« making the confession Major Ks terha/y announco| his intention of 'omir.g to the I'nited States for the pur^'M- of b'« Turing. Sinf his flight frcTTi Fran h- has lived in Another report says the Ktruria un picked UJI bo Ine nerved the orchestra discoursed »oft negro melodies and strains from the operas by Italian and ^mnish au thors At tho Stye itladigon Doiln Cca&er. MADTSOy, SOUTH DAKOTA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, 1902. lS", ''^boratoly doooratod ballroom, I*here tho princo rocoivod thoso who Jlad taken iiitiohoon with him. Presi dent FiKchor stood at his right, while i ni'-mbors of hi8 staff and a oommittc® of the dub was ranged behind him. i U was during this roooptiou that one .if tho most phasing incidents of the flay t»Kk place. President Fischer, on behalf of tho ladies of the olub, pre lontod the lirinco with a niannificont vase- to bo given to his wife, the Prin cess Irene. The prince thanked the Hpedal train, reporvd by his highness and t'iite loft the stat.on. ^phe jirlnco stood on th" r. ar platform waving farev.-oll to tho as-sembbvi multitude. ESTERHA2Y IN NEW YORK. Became Prominent in Connection With Dreyfus Case. New York March ."—Major Walsin FThtorbazy, wi.. corif. ssed that he forgf-d the |ir» yfns border«*au. has. ao orcing to The Herald. lK^*n seen in this city. II" is said to have spent two hours in a Hroadway restaurant in an imated conven-ation with a vounsr man and woman. tv»t#*rhazy wa« shabbily dr-.-ned aad his features were extreme ly thin. »li.« nrity WATER RAP10LY RECEDING. Great Lots of Life and Property in tt-e Cast New York, March K'. err. .. tions in the Fast are r- n- 1 i it::pr«ivSng altt.ouirh affairs in th»* Wy ining %'alley ar.d North' astern syhania generally and along the son near Ail.any are still in bad sh.: I»i»patch s from Wilko.vbarro. i'. show that more than a s ore of 1 Were lo.^t and I'»,«'••••.oou worth of -j»r• erty was destroyed in Northeast Pennsylvania. The danger is but tho full extent of the damou yet to be seen. Eighteen thouxar. i honu-less por.-ons in the Wyoming by arc anxiously watdiing tho ha ward course «»f the waters. The water has reded in Patorson. X. J., fo tha: ih" da s«er there practi cally is (IV. r. but there wore many dar ing roscies of persons who had stayed in the flooded houses. So many mills wore damaged that jfioo) operatives are thrown out of work for an indefinite time. In Passaic «ix men are reported to have boon carried uown with a bridge whb was wasJied away. Tho cur rent was so swift that St was impo^' bio to resno them. i Cities and towns in almost all sec tions of Now York and in New Knc land states suffered heavy damage to property and delayed trains wore re ported. Not for many years have the ma reaching Now York boon so delay. as during f!'" last throe and a hr... days. LOST HER PROPELLOR. Reason Why the Etruria Is &o Long Overdue. I otidon. Man ."..—The British steamer Ottawa, from Philadelphia for l.otulon. has arrived at Fayal. Azoro i.-dands. and reports having sighted the liner Ktruria in tow of the British steamer William Cliff. miles west of Fayal. Tho Ktruria had lost propt llor. when .V'ti miles from Fayal. west-northwest of that port. All wore well on board tho Cunarder, whi h, 8' cording to this report, had her pro pellor shaft broken. She was other wise uninjured. Previous to the receipt of the news that the Ktruria had boon sighted in tow the reinsurance on the Cunardo 4 u e va hu.i:, ,u»no at that rate. Xew York. March i.—The Lvetun^ i n lUtViigmduHl ntvl Prttice „mVory ami coolness ot ul. s IM.uM -i« f.» i« its rep'"ters. who is a the Ktruria. The dispatc h, whhh «ri» i lake'i from the Ftruria to the A/ores bv the oil tank Ottawa, is as follows: Alpena. Mich.. March '"The Ktruria lost her propollor and jjiager. tho missing ity treasurer, has s e e i n e a i V n n i o n i e ourao Mr. Harry ii "von'lnc of "Feb.* 2»5. Drifted bolples f]w Texas frontier. His alleged short y trdivored the spe^'h of the ocea- i,„aVv set all night, making cosi- T«m whost w,th ,r very reasonable prices. We do FREE OF POOLS RAILROADS HURRIEDLY DISSOLV ING ALL EXISTING TRAFFIC ARRANGEMENTS. FEAR LEGAL PROSECUTION tafd to Mavs Received NotiM From the President, fttimigh the Inter state Commerce Commission, That Federal Laws Will Be Rigidly En forced—Ateerted That tfl« Order Has Caused Consternation. Chicago, March 5.—President Roose velt has given the railway manape rnoi.ts of the entire country to under stand that the interstate rommorce ax.c the Sherman laws^'ill !je enforced to the letter, savs The Record-Herald. Th. .* information has been conveyed through the medium of the interstate commerce commission and it is under st»od the administration will not favor any amendment to the law until the present laws have Ucca enforced and th e result noted. The K cord Herald asserts that the new order of things has caused con sternation among the executive of ficials of r^ads centering in Chicago ar. i all are engaged In the work of cleaning house. Hurried consultations have resulted in the decision that all associations and organizations which are in vio let oa of the laws iuvolved must be done away with and every effort made to show the commission that the roads purpose handling traffic free of ail pools, agreements or cut rates. The first move in this direction is the dissolution of the Council Bluffs and Omaha ommittee. of which (»e« rge W. Ristin-' is in charge. It is underst»od that the Kansas City com mittee will soon be dissolved. Cn'ess th" commission insists upon it nothing will be don? with the Cen tral Trunk Line committee at present, r.or with the various passenger asc it ions, which are in violation of the Sherman law. Similar action will be taken by the lines oa.t of Chicago ar reaus in the charge of Chairman Tucker will probably be abolish. !, ilailroad otl'ciais are rot a unit retra-d ng the character of action ner.-s^a:y ut a largo number of them boliev.: That all organizations should be don*3 away with. Attention is called to th :art that if everything is to be handled '•:i tariff schedules there will be r.o use for associations, or "statistical" bu reaus as some of them are called. PACIFIC COAST MILLERS. Big Combire cf Ficur Interests Prac tically Corrpleted. Portland. Or.. March T.—The Ore gonian says that the largest industrial i onsolidatien ever unilertaken in the Pacific Northwest is being quietly worked into shajie in this city and San Fiancisco. The enterprise is an amal gamation of the interests of the groat export flour milling firms of tho Pacific i oast. No hint has been given as to 'the capitalization of the proposed con solidation but it will probably be some where in the neighborhood of flo.rtmt.. 000. As now outlined, the combination will embrace mills having an annual capacity of over 5.o«"i.«io0 barrels of flour. The corporation interests in the proposed combine are the Port jland flouring mills of this city, the iPuget Sound Flouring Mills company !of Tiuoma the Centennial mills of Seattle and Spokane and the Srrey Hour mills of Stockton and San Frati iisco. i Those concerns practically control the flour trade of the Orient, their op enitions extending from Vladivostock nnd Port Arthur as far south as Sing apore. I WILL BUILD INTO CANADA, Great Northern Preparing to Extend I Great Falls a^d Caracfa Line. I He 1 era. Men.. Mar -h 5.—Tho Groat Northern is preparing to transfer its recently acquired property, the Great Falls and Canada, into a broad gauge road. Tho necessary surveys will be .completed May 1. and the work of widening will then begin at the Great .Falls end cf the lino. Th 'to are only t'«G miles of the rond to rebuild across the Canadian lino. (to the point where tho Alberta road will connect with the Canadian Pacific tit Ptinmoro Junction. But the Great Northern has t:W miles of narrow gauge to rebuild to the international boundary line, and the work on this part will be done first. It is ev ectcd thr.t broad gaue* ra World prints a dispatch from one o luiumore Junction by jSo'.it. pa«son«er on ns will be running f'rori Great Falls Missing Treasurer In Mexico. I 1 o a e ng( much cannot be has exanmlo fill ,,8DV I Fred W. i n 7 n i i amounts to $9.iU0. A warra.it has l(Tn hi,„od for his arrest and suit been brought against the eotu- whU was on his bond. you want to start rig^t: and if onto tlis band ''way on and ride uil kinds o! tJlioe '3 t'. i- Si 1 +4 it life, as I was with the results of using 'h.Miiberlain's Pair. Halni." sas Henry T. Crook, pressman of the Nashville X. C1 t»i»/.etto. "1 contracted a severe ease i'f rheumatism early last winter by p'ttir.g tny feet wot. I tried several things for it without benefit. One day while looking over the ti i?otte. 1 notie eil that Pain Halm wits positively nuar arteod to euro rbeun.atism. so In^ugl.t a bottle of it and before using two thirds of it my rheumatism had taken I CHAS. B. KENNEDY, J. H. WILLIAH50N, 1 ftesideiit. Vice President. I THE MADISON tate Cardui a woman can do anv reasonable work and enjov good health. The his!:!1 that Vir.e of Cardui brines makes a woman vigorous in body and nd. Freed from those n-mb e devastating pains a v»otr an cro%» \»e!i and sti^ag naturailv. Vine cf Cardui regdetcs the d:sora»red menstruation and cures Icucorrhoea, fading of the vomb ard rxrodical oains in the head ?nd back caused bv standing or sittirg a long t.rne in the same position. ThecfonTs Black-Lraught puts the bowels, stomach, l:\cr, kianeys and blood in proper sh^pe. Greatly increased strengtn ar.d endurance the natural result. M#st cases are cured quickly. Ail druggists sell $1.00 bottles of Vine of CardW and 2$ ccnt packages of Thedford s Black-Draugb^ Tor acTie* »ai r-.-e »*Tr.rt.--3j». "Tv* AMwS Dcjiartmcat. The C^Ras»o£» M^ .in Congas Ci»:ur.oof*, Tcx^ Biliousness ••I have DMd your valuable C.tSfl» BETS -Old iid t!.v::i pert.ct. Could', do with -it th. ni I have u«'d rsor..c t:a.c for ::.digest:oa ar.d b.lioustioss ar.d am i.ew com p.- toly c-.irod. HeC"ti:!:.(nd tl.etr.. f. y cr.c Or.oo *.r cd. you vc:V. i.vvor tv.thi ut the as the lanuiy." Eiw. A. MAKX. Albany. N. Y CANOV CATHAfrttC bMi rwwTifc wudewulo TUC( MASK MOISTSMO NO-TO-BAC o I V W.-ai.. .-r ci: f. l'x-.2jC.i«C. ... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... T'rBied* 4 -mpan*. ".iira»«. Vs(r»»i, it »?t nr.i1 »rusra to I tti: 1 a'! i!-vc Ha!-it A Printer really Sarpri»cit. "I never was so much surprised in WJ itsti'jrht and I have not had a rheumatic pain •since" Sold by all dru^jji-ts. 4'tmltl Not llroattie. t'onglis. oviltls. croup, grip, bronchitis, other throat and lui troubles arc quickly cured in One Minute ounh Cure. One Minute Cough Cure is not a mere expectorant, which gives only torn porary relief. It softens and litjuiti.s the mucous, draws out the intlaioation ami removes the cans of the disease. Absolutely safe. Acts at once. "One Minute Cough Cure will do nil that is claimed for it." says .1 ustioo of the IVuee llootl. i'rob, Vliss "My wife coultl not get h.r breath and was re lived by th* tirst dose. If has Iwn a benefit to all my fntnily.*' COOK Jt *»»»:. I.evainng. Give us fRICEFlVE CEJiTS Bank fladisori, S. D, Firm Loar.s c\i Lo'Axst •^•RATES^- A Strong Woman Iowa C.tv. IA :.g. 1" 1309 My wife was Ficfc lor tT.rt-t- jar-. V. trivd everytbiiur w.th. ut rc-lief and tpem n.ach rr nt-y. Mr wife ir.ed Wine Caruui ar.d ar rtl-is cared htr. StaeWk two m.'Tc iM.stle*, Jni- mir.jr flie would have w\.rfe l.ard dur.ng thv hay han cst. the st'rnded tosl: htrfc' uic- Id outits and and aol'-adcd sd tbs hay. This Eit-diCiat- frave htr sTreiiir.h. lor r. "r!y she was weaK »R«1 tirtd and ceuld hurdly B-: ab- ut. but s.cce *n»- has bv-ea tafcinf Wsue cf Cardui h-.- f- •,-!s be'.: an." u hta '/u vears age. Jus. A. .d ftr re-.T Than Elr-ENHAi KB. Mr». Ei»«nhafcr had tried everything dur: her three years ncknesj and had spent ccr.« crible tTKjrvcy. jet about a She v»as vcak ard could hurtflv three vcars before she nek W!NE°*CAR0UI Nov», afttr tckirij the Wine of C«rdui, «hc can work with h.-r husband in t^: hay field. "Piet is hard vo:i, but it is not as injurious to a v Oman's health as labor in stores, factories £»4 offices vhcre thousand of sirlsare closely can fuMdycir alter year. »th t^e aid of Vnc ef W WW w w itsttai I 3 S 4 i i W WW WWVWWWW WW WWW Cold Weather is Coming! A complete stock of the best grades of HARD & SOFT COM in the market. I would be pleas* to receive orders tor your season's supply. WW. you have not alreacly started, von better get down to our Shoo litore lor your SHOES. :v F*NTZEU Hvde Elevator Co. call and be convinced. 418 EG AN AVE.