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3s Th* R*k«»r and Paastry 0«»k" moM practical and f»hlable rook lHX»k« irt to every (Nitron. Sciul tail aUdtcwi by |H»Ul card. ESCAPES UNHURT I OREGO* CONVICT FIGHTS SEV ERAL BATTLES WITH POSSK •UT GETS AWAY. HIS AIM PROVES DEADLY IXills Deputy Sheriff Raymond of Sno homish County, Wash., and Police man Breete of Seattle and Fatally Wounds Two Other Pursuers—Gov ernor McBride Orders State Troops to Assist In Running Him Down. Seattle, Wash. July 5—Convict Harry Trary has Just passed a red let ter ilav in his crratlc career. Ho killed Policeman I*. K. llr^fto and fa tally wounded Nell Kawley In tho city UrultH after having murdered lieputy Sheriff Chnrlen Raymond of Snohom ish cminty and probably fatally wound ed Deputy Sheriff John William* (if Kip* county. In his hopeless flight for safety, with no consideration for hu man I If**. Trary ha* covered probably slsty mile*. He wan first eucountered l»y a Seattle |m»kh« near liothcll at 3 30 nVlork In tho afternoon. Kvldcntly the convict (atiKht sight of his pur suers before they *aw him. Ho had taken a commanding |onltlnn In a lump (»f huge (lrn and opened fire be fore he wan discovered. He fired five shots In all. Ilaymond was Instantly killed by one of the Winchester rifle ball* Another struck the talked rifle held by William*. HpllttinK it in four parts, and entered the deputy'* breast. He Will live. It I* believed at this time. Coventor Mdlrlde of thin state, who I* In the city with Adjutant General (Main of the Htate militia, Is taking the keencHt Interest in the ease, lie ha» offered a reward of $2,500. Till*, with other reward* offered by the relative* of th» victims of Tracy'* rifle, brings the reward* offered to a total of The governor, further than olferlnx the reward, ha* ordered Adjutant Gen eral Drain to Bend two troops of the Mate mllltla to aid the poshes. the member* of which are *coiiring all the northern suburban territory of Seat tle 8herlff Cudlhee returned to the elty at 2:30 a. m.. leaving on watch a large number of deputies, who will be relieved tho morning by the state tullltla men. Deeperate Prisoner Located. Shortly after o'clock In the even ing Traey wa* located in the home of Mrs. H. ||. Van Horn, at the south went corner of W(K»dland park. The news waa conveyed to Fremont by a iHitcher'a boy, who broke the Intelli gence Juat as Sheriff Cudlhee drove into the auhurh from llothnll. The nouao waa quickly surrounded. but Tracy attain exemplified hla unprece dented luck and Iron nerve by deliber ately fighting his way through the luarda. killing Policeman B. B. Ureeae ind mortally wounding Guard Nell r- ^-v- t?^-v i-1 +ir*% ".A* .* "".' v .tp Woman's Work 2n preparing appetizing and wholesome food is lightened by this famous baking Absolutely pure. It adds fafllthfol qualities to the food. ROYAL Baking Powder Jjlaappeared- into_ the rr -i- .:: powder. Light Delicious Cake Dainty Pastries Fine Puddings There are cheap Imkinr pwrden, made fr«»m alum, but th«-v arc rrrtJinj harmful to health. Thtur a-arm^'iU ami iuuteruin+ qualities add a dangerous element to loud. HOVAI 1AKIMO *OWOl* 00»« 100 WliUAM ST., NtW VOML f»rti-n toward* lla\-tina park. Sh*-rtfT I'udihee twice had a bend upon tb«» ii sperado. but uuaM- to fire for the reason that th«- fugitive had taken the precaution to walk b'twcfn two lmpre»*«M| men whose live* would have ln'cti imperilled had the »heritf ojxnieJ fire with hi* rifle. A* f»xm a* the last skirmish was over and th»* body of the dead jxillce man. together with Kawlev. who was found to le wounded the right side. o»uld be removed from the r«»ad and lat placed In an ambulance. Sheriff C'u lihc-e summoned all tIi•- a**i^tan e available and began strategic mov« ments In oril«-r to surround the fleeing murderer. Tracy went in an easterly direction toward Ravenna and once w l! within the shadow of the und r brur-h and lumber which skirt* Wood land park no human eye could pene trate its gloom. Ilolse. Ida July 5 A man has been arrested at Nampa whom the officers |e]i ve to b« l»avid Merrill, the con vict who c»scaped from the Oregon pen itentiary wuh Tracy. ROUT RAILROAO MEN. Hoosiere Throw a Freight Train Off Disputed Territory. Ml«hawaka. Ind July Four hun dred citi/en* of North Judson routed a party of ofll ial* and a detail of de tective* of the Pan Handle Itaiiroad company in a contest over a strip of land which the townspeople had con demned and appropriated for public travel. The town's appraisers allow, the railroad company $.'»• damages, but the latter made a demand for |25oo. The North Judson people refused to pay the exorbitant figure and when a long freight train was run across the dis puted territory the car* were un coupled, one after another, and pushed Into the ditch, the track having been torn up. The engineer waa arrested and fined $2f. I'jw»n the arrival of official* and de tective* who attempted to replace the rails and defeat the citizens, 4o0 men. nnn*d with oil. club*, ropes and weapons, appeared u|»on the scene and drove the railroad men off the ground. The latter hastened away, fatal riot was threatened. To Build a $100,000 Dam. Rt. Cloud, Minn.. July 5. A. !. Whit ney, who has closed a deal with the Davidson heira of St. l'aul for the pur cha*u of their Interest in the Sauk Hup. ids water power, announced that his company will shortly begin the erec tion of a water |Nwer dam with a max inium of ln.ooo horse imwer and a minimum of ti.ooo horse |xwer at a cost of $100,000. It i* understood that several manufacturing Interest* stand ready to use tho wmcr an ewu a* ihu dam ia completed. Four Men Badly Hurt Loadvllle. Colo.. July 5.—The tWO» story building occupied by Sand* Hro*., clothiers, waa destroyed during the night and four men badly hurt by an explosion of gasoline followed by flrfe |0T STIFF. i i WARM WELCOME HALF MILLION PEOPLK GREET PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT AT PITTSBURG. CROWDS LINE THE STREETS Continuous Cheering Along the Route From the Union Station to Schenley Park, Four Miles Away—Multitude of Two Hundred Thousand Persons Gathers In the Immediate Vicinity of the Speaker's Stand. Pittsburg. Juli 5.—Half a million persons greeted President Theodore Roosevelt in Pittsburg on the Fourth. Tlu y rame not only from Pittsburg and All uheny but from the scores of industrial towns within 1» miles of the city. It was his first visit to Pitts burg a* president and his welcome was most enthusiastic. From the I'nion station to the shaker's stand in S hen ley park, nearly four miles away, it was one continuous cheering. When President Roosevelt reached the WilklnvMirg station of the Penn sylvania railway a bw al reception "»m mlttee, h« ad 4 h" George T. Oliver, boarded the train. The run into the Union station consumed twenty mln ut s. (hiring which time thu members of the committee were Introduced to th«- presidential party. As the train passed Shady Side sta tion the guns of Hampton Battery of the Pennsylvania national guard. Immediately began to boom forth th«j presidential salute of twenty-one guns The last gun was fired as the presi dent stepped from his car at Union station. The president wa* escorted along the south |iortico of the Union sta tion to the main entrance where his carriage and those provided for the res -ptlon committee were standing. Three Thousand Men in Line. Ifi a moment the whole line wa* In motion. The marchers numbered nun. representing the Bighte.-nth. the Foirt«»enth and the Tenth regiment, who saw Philippine service, the Sher idan cavalry troop of Tyrone. tht Hoys' biigadefs and independent null tary organizations. Flag* and bunting fluttered every whejf aioi»g the course of the parade. People hung from window* of tall sky scrapers, ycil.ng themselves hoarse in gr* ting of the nation s chief execu tive. The greatest ovation came as the line pa*** fifth avenue to the top of Grant hill. When the head of th procession reached the sj«eak'-r"s stan ". it was halted and sii»od at companv front with present arms. As MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1902. tlv nnrchers pas«ed in review the ban i struck up the stirr'r.g strains of "Ha 1 to the Chief." The music was fairly drowned by the cheering of the mult: ttide of 2«»o,o.(0 person* in the stand at.d occupying vantage jMdnts on th«- amphitheater-like hillside which rose In front. Ait. music, a prayer and the read ing of the Declaration of Independ ent-. the president delivered the ora tion of the day. At the conclusion of the programme the president wa* driven to the home of Henry Clay Frlck. where lunch«*on was served. In the afternoon a number of points of interest about the city were visited In the evening the president was en tertained at dinner given ia hi* honor by Attorney General Knox, FOR EDUCATION OF PRIESTS. New York Woman Donates 450,000 to Catholic CHurcH. New York. Julv .* Mr*. Ann Klisa Walsh of Brooklyn, whose donations for educational and tharitable ptir jtoses have reached nearly has given the *um of $4."«o,oo0 to estab lish a fund for the edmation of i andi dates for priesthood in the Koman Catholic church. Thi* fund has just been incorporated under the laws of this Ft ate. its title being "the Henry McCaddtn. Jr.. fund for the education of candidate* for the Roman Catholic priest hot. in the poorer diocese* of the United States and elsewhere." It I* a anorial ot the late brother of Mr*. Walsh. Mr*. Walsh refuses to say anything about th«f donation. Mrs. Walsh, in 1V.»'.. at a cost of $200000. built the McCaddin memorial in Brooklyn and presented it to the church of Saints Peter and Paul, the building to be used as a lecture hall and for other purpose* in connection with the affairs of the church. TRAIN NEARLY SUBMERGED. Heavy Washouts on the Pennsylvania and Baltimore and Ohio. Zanesville. o., July 6.—A rain al moat equalling a cloudburst fell dur ing the night, doing great damage. Heavy washouts have occurred on the Pennsylvania and Baltimore and Ohio roads. Baltimore and Ohio through train No. 37. west bound. I* half sub merged in a ditch at Sonora. eight mile* east of here. None of the pas senger* or crew were hurt. There are bin washout* on the Pennsylvania at Kills, ten miles north. At Nash port the canal bank gave way. letting a flood of water three feet deep sweep down the Shannon valley. nan ATlirr 99 OUR BIO SPRING LINE OF flf.T gffiTtii those of you who ean run the fastest will get the first ohoiees of these bargaiw ittniiison CcaDcr. MESSENGER MN.V WOUNDED. Robbers Hold Up a Train on the Rock Island Road. Jollet, III., July 5.—The Chicago. Rock Island and Pacific's through ex press train bound for Omaha and Den ver. which left Chicago at lo p. m.. was held up by robber.*- at Dupont. 111., sn hour later, fepn-rs Messenger I Kane was shot through the groin ly i one of the robbers and is in a critical condition at the hoepUal. The local safe was forced open it the amount of booty secured is not known. I The Joliet police lave arrested Charles Neater, a' young man who climbed over the te»«ier of the engine and told the engineer ar: 1 fireman that they must stop the triiin. Nesler is believed to be th^f unwilling accom pi ice of the roblwrs as he olwyed their commands at the joint of a re volver. In the event of the capture of the thieves he w ill nfa- .- a good w it i ness. The detectives are hot on the tra of the robbers. A special train is waiting at Coal City for a pair Soi.onr KKANK SMITH, s Sample Shoes 3 of bloodhounds which ar to be rush"d to the scene of the holdup. I According to Nealer's story only two robber* were concerned, though de tectives think thejjr were more. The eneineer shut off the steam and brought the train tf a standstill when ordered to do ro.T The engine crew* acre tak» n back t|hder cuard. Nesler fn-ing commanded to remain in th»» cab and keep quiet. Iiemand wa* made ujMin the express nvssenger and hacc.iKcman to oj«en tie- door of their car under thiats to blow it up with dynamite. The door was opened arel th«- robl»crR rushed In. A struggle en sued and Messeng*"- Kane was shot In the groin. The robbers attempted to open the through safe but were un successful. The local safe, however, was forced open. It is not known what amount of money was taken. It is rejorted that a bag of Jewelry and some money was found in the safe, but the railway officials say practically nothing of valiK- was secure!. Th« robbers disappeared Kane was taken to I-inb y Park for treatment and later removed to the Ur.gi-wof»d hospital. The police here have fi and a satchel and a quantity of dynamite in a car near the scene of the robbery. None of the passengers wn* n ok-sted. SWIFT IN MERGER OEAL. Chicago Packers Seek to Buy Stock of the Fowler Plants. London. July 5.—The shareholders of Fowler Bros., limit* d. one of the largest whol« sale «on. rns. have r» iciv«d ciriuhiis initing them to con firm a provisional agreement to sell their business to lustavus Franklin Swift. presid*»nt o» ff».««'t Co. of Chi «-ago. Tb« agreement with Mr. SuiU includes the sale of the company's in terests in the stock yards and ware hini-.« of Ct:!fa^o and the pa« king company of Kansas City. $500 REWARD Wc pay the above reward for any case of Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Sick Headache, Indigestion, Constipation or Costiveness we cannot cure with Liverita, The Up-to-Dale Little Liver Pill They are purely Vegetable and never fail to give satisfaction. 25c boxes contain 100 Pills, JOc boxes contain 40 Pills, 5c boxes contain 15 Pills. Beware of substitutions and imitations. Sent ky rrui!. Stamps taken. Nervita Medical Co., Corner Ciintj.i and Jackson Sts.. Chicago, Illinois. Sold by Phakmmust. OLMORE BROS., FINE FURNITURE We carry an exclusive line of the latest patterns which is not found in any other stock in the city. This line wc can guarantee as being: just as represented. A full line of Carpet 3 Samples and Rugs. jj PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY. I OLHORE BROS. tI Opposite riadison tate Bank, rriirsrrrrrKaBBrwscrrrvnrjr.rmr.rsrjrjonrcnnnnneiBr.nrKrRrnrr.rr TWO DEAD AND ONE DYING. Fatal Termination of an Attempt to Resist Arrest. Pine BlufT. Ark.. July —Arthur and Oarfiel.l Kilgore. merchants of New Kdinburgh. were killed during a fight M. McRuth is dying from injuries The two Kilgores. it is alleged, be. came boisterous and McRuth went to arrest the two men. The Kilgores re sisted arrest and drew knives. Mc Ruth drew a rev Iv* and commer r.j firing. The fight raged desf»erately for a few minutes acd at the end the two KiJgores were dead and M'Ruth dy ing. McRuth is lying in his house, surrounded by the Kilgores frieuds, who threaten vengeance. Wh(Miptn( oOfh' A woman who hasha i eij^riecce witt this disease teli* w to prevent an langerous cor.sequet.ce* from it. She M\e: »ur three chiblren tok whon^ir.rf cough last summer, our baby t»ov I only three months old. an lowir k. A S E A N I MERCHANT TAILOR I have a fine stock of suit patterns for the spring and rammer wear, besides a Urge line of samples to select from. Try me,for a perfect fit. JAS. REGAN. 1 have too pair of Ladies' Shoes to close out at 1 ur aivit them tJhauilw r!ait/s (V ugh R*n •ily, they I.ist r.one of their phnnpri*-** and carue out in much bett -r In a th Ihan other chiulren whose parent* li i nid use this remedy. Our old«M ittb girl coubi call lustily for rough syrup !et»een wh«j»*.-PlNKlT II ^J ^pringvale. Ala 1 lii« U4)ioetl| iiftf sale iy all Irurpists. Gcauinc stamped Newer s«M In bulk Beware of the dealer who tries tc sell "something |"»t at jeod." guauiauaanEiusaaaBaugauLiLiUBaaaaBBGiaDaoaaaDBiaBaaaaBUBaaDa^jasiaaaaaauauayyaaiiaEiiisiaiiii .A BARGAIN.. 3 $3.00 and $3.50 was the price. Come early and get S your size. A Special Sale on UMBRELLAS Salur= i day. The only chance to get 'em cheap this At C. $ $ $ juuj'ja i H. ..OCrnBBI5CC»2nCir3eCCr«:BCe5CCCBrCCCBOBCBBCDCCCBCt3CCir:r:ClfCClC!3Cr.CCCCOI5Bi:CCBCCf1fHSCCI3f2CCiai MISS MAY V? V \I !\i uf Oi.t.ir Canada, is a U-aut.- This is the second line of Sample Shoos we luive receiveil this spring and consistfl of nil kinds of MEN'S LADIES'& CHILDREN'S SHOES, OXFORDS & SLIPPERS. (null the latest styles and shades and you can save big money by buying your shoos ifjyou wish to take advautage of these bargains you must corao eariy, A Society Belle of London, anid.t. i! L'.ri who knows what ifferinsr i4* an«l Wine of ardui hasl-roypht herba- k health. FLe j« one of ti. rial favorites of her hon— a-el her recovery to beak 11 i. j»er:r.itte.i her er.j the company of her ma friends instead of lying :. a i-e.1 of Fiokr.-ss an4 suffering. For ie health she n'.w enjoys she crivej cj»«!it to Wine 'ar-i'jj. Sh'1 writer: *'I have found Vmc of Cardui an excel lent remedy for female trouble. I suffered 1 or three years with terrible bearing-down pains at the menstrual period. I could hardly stand on my feet and was never real well. Vine of Cardui was the only medicine that I cou'd depend on to do me any good, as I tried several with no suc e s s V i n e o a u i u e e a n I have now enioyed perfect health for two years, and give you all the credit for I know you deserve it.** Fur a yonng girl Wine of Cardui is the best mnelv to sruil« her through •A—r.ae.v ,j -darting :r. WINE of CARD VI CHA5. B. KENNEDY," J. H. WILLIAH50N, President. THE riADISON State Bank fladison, S. D. I Farm Leans Lowest •^•RATES^ HONAkCH PAINTS. Tim© tried and proven valuable. The best on the market. Long tried evi dences of its staying and preserving qual ities on every hand, If you want a dura ble paint get MONARCH PAINT at PRirr: FiVE CET season MORSE. 1 iii a beabby and li s' sl iuai ro-r. Metix*mat h.m -taHctl richt is \erv a k .- e u a o u t y. irsof mature woni.»c Ti.en the "change of In., -d not be feared. 1 •, Wine of Car-lni is w-. .1:. -t i i e o v o i i i 1 age. A million v.-. i i a-e secure! blesse«l r fr ui their suffering-* 1 t... ing tLi-? treatment. It relieves 1 strual troubles in an inc»VMi'"!y time. In a simple tav "f m-nses Win? of Car-lui nev-r 1 relieve disordered menses in r- 1 the cau«e of otherfev.ialetro: A v physician will -11 y hi that -. the cause of a dis^a^ renders ti.e ea«y, in fact seldvun fails :.! the care. If you would hav -,r: relief which Miss Markell se,ar"«i try Wir.e of ('ariiui. Y.»u can take it with out an examination and without any jcjbiicity whatever. You can take it 111 the privacy of your home arid s.*ure ju^t a* muc-h l«?nett as if a tor had j)rescri!«! it for you. Thousand* of wo men are filing the vicor of returning ut- I- .-.l-rr have for.n r« li.-f in Wine of «\ird! i. I Vice President. COOK & 0DEE. IMMSH $ a I a S»SSSS| from thin line. Bat NICK BJORNSTAD.