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"jji WIFE USES KNIFE ROCHESTER (M.V.) WOMAN 8LAY0 ALLEGED RIVAL IN HU*. BAND S AFFECTIONS, VICTIM EXPIRES INSTANTLY MMM It Attacked in Her Own HOTBED OF ANARCHY. Many Italian "Reds" Recently Arrive# in Belgium. York, Nov ir.—Rubino. th an ftrchNt who attempted to take the li: of King Leopold last Saturday, has been confronted with another well known anarchist named Mesdag and attempted to implicate him in the crime, but broke down tinier cris.*-«x an nation, says a Times dispatch from P!. -pds. In his cell Rubino continues to ex press regret at his failure to kill the king and declares that he will commit suicide. i It is certain, adds the correspondent, that Brussels is just now one of the most active center? of anarchism. Aj large number of Italian anarchists re» eently !v ft London for Belgium. CHARGED WITH CONTEMPT. Eleven Denver Aldermen Placed Under Arrest. Denver, Nov. ly—District Jwle* Mullin ha3 ordered the arrest of elev»-n aldermen wko %'oted for an ordinance granting a r. w franchise to the Den ver City Tramway company after they had lieen served with an injunction which forbade the pa.««age of the or dinance as drawn. The mafter was brought to the attention of the court by attorneys for the Municipal League, which secured the injunction on th» representation that certain provision* in the ordinance violate existing con tracts between the city and the tram way com [.any. The court fixed bail at for each of the aldermen cited for contt mpt and set the case for hear ing on Thursday. SENTIMENT AGAINST IT. Schenectady (N, Y.) Boycott Conceded to 8e a Failure. Srhen-r tady. y Sov. 10.—The failure of the boycott imposed by the Schenectady trades assembly on the henertadv Railway company's lines is for.ceded by labor leaders and there reason to believe that the inhibition will be removed. There is an over whelming public sentiment acair.st the a't'on of the trades assembly in declar ing the boycott and this being the crse its success could not be secured. GIVEN TEN YEARS IN PRISON. Ycj 'hful President of Trust Company Behtr.d the Bar*. New York. Nov. 13.— Ronald F. Ben ncrj. twenty-two years old. who rose in two years from the position of office bov to that of presid'-nt. of a trust com I any which he organized, has been sentenced to Sing Sing for ten years. He was charged with securing money under false pretenses by filing false eaMsfaction records of mortgages on the profterty of persons whom he did rot even kr.ow. REBELLION IN ftlAM. Several Encounters Between Troops and Insurgents. Saigon, French Cochin China. Nov. 10— An insurrection has broken out In .Northern .Siam owing to the allezed x aetlons of the government agents. There have been several encounters between troops and insurgents. A num ber of important chiefs and many of the inhabitants of the disturbed dis trict have sought refuge and Slashed t# Death Without Chance to Escape—Alleged Murderess fi Promptly Placed Under Arrest but Has Nothing to Say Regarding the Tragedy. Rochester, N. Y.. Nov. 19.—Miss Florence McFarlin, aged twenty-one years, a music teacher, was stabbed to death in her father's house here by another woman and an hour later Mrs. Lulu loung. wife of Frank Young, at one time city purchasing agent. wa arrested as being the supposed mur derer. The woman who committed the deed rang the door bell of the McFarlin home and when Miss McFarlin ar. swered it attacked her with a knife Miss McFarlin ran screaming throueh the hall into the kitchen, closely pur sued by hor assailant. In the kitchen she stumbled, half turning. In a flash hor pursuer was upon her and with a rapid slash stabbed her five times Miss MiFarlin sank to the floor, dying instantly. The murderess fled. The only word3 she was heard to utter were: "She has come between myself and my husband and I'm glad that s'ie i dead." The dead woman was the daughter of a railroad man. She was a person of refinement and good appearance. Mrs. Young made no statement after her arrest. ID There is no clue. Ouvkjufru MVus French ter ritory. SECURE $2,300 IN CASH. ffMbberf Crack the Safe in a Bank at Arthur, la. SlotlX CitJ, la., Nov. 19.—Robbers cracked the safe in the Farmers Loan and Trust company's bank at Arthur, la., and securer! $2,3uo in fash. Experimental Steel Road New York, Nov. 19.—Work has be gun In this city on the first section of an experimental steel road. The tracks will be laid respectively In streets where trucking is heavy, where pleas ure driving abounds and wfcert there is much suburban traffic. 1 Your booklit came to my home like a message of health when I had suffered with headache, backache and bear ing-down pains. I was weak, nervous and hysterical and had rot consulted any doctor, thinking it would pass away in time, but instead I found that the pains increased and were more frequent. I de cided to try Vine of Cardui and in a short time was much F* thai mv heart for you.' WINEofCARDVI RUSSIA IS Qnz-M\Q. Statistics Show an Increase of 2.000. 000 During the Past Year. St. Petersburg Nov. If*.—Statistics of the populat i the Russian em i e s o w a n i a o 2 u ine the past year. Th» population now is 13.o 'm URGES POSTAGE RIFCPV3. NtW Hate of 4 Cent? a Psurd fcr ond C'-TSS N*«itter. Washington. Nov. K' Madder, third a •..* general, in his annual rer ort mends the establishment of th 1 lowing new postasre rat s: A new ratf» at I cer.t? n po»ir.! all publications now admitted 'a*ion of th third and n ad matt r»"d tha* be at rat of .'I' *.VO nnpc ,.f f*\i. to be prepaid bv Stan: -3 New York Murderer Electrocuted. Auburn. N. Y.. Nov. r» —.John Tn" k was put to 11 i the elc-etric :r in the stat' -',!! }. re for the of Frank V. ,t vireil. Tor?!^ county. March It Tru n- b'? fate calmly and fi minuf. :-.f witne«ses had a.-.-..added in th- a'!s chamber he was pronounced dead. BRIEF BITS OF NEWS. All grade.- of ffir^-d puirnr havo been advanced t.-n pc::^ Archbishop Ouidi, a o in the Philippine iKia dr. i.a a. ... i at Manila. The pope hsigned t},«-. rt pointing Mgr. Kharretti arostolic d- I er.'ste in Can&da. Th& king of Portugal has arrive.) at Windsor from Frar. to pav a visit t-» the king and ou n of Knglar l. Rf-v. Hugh if e Hutrhes, the brand Weslevan preacher, died su,]. denly in London Mondry night. James A. Orier. reai»er manufactnr* er, died at his residence in Chicago Tuesday of pneumonia after an illues.i of ten days. Thousands of bushels of fine apple* are rottjnar on thp ground in f'onnefti cut. The farmers say they cannot pro cure barrels. Iowa, Illinois. Kansas, Missouri and other states are represented by prom inent apple growers at the Congress of American Apple Growers at St, Louis. MARKET QUOTATIONS. Minneapolis Wheat, Minneapolis, Nov. 18.— Wheat—Dee,, 72%r-l May, 74)„ 71 '/jr. On Track— No. 1 harri. 75c No. 1 Northern, 74c No. 2 Northern, 72%r. Sioux City Live Stock. Rlonx City, la.. Nov. IS.—Catt!v— Beeves, i.'/'fi.6.75 cows, bulls and tnixei', tfj.iitt'/i 4.00 strikers and feed #»rs 1.50 yearlings and calvca, $2.50^ 4.00. I logs— $6.10 fx 6.35. Duluth Wheat and Flax. Duluth. Nov. 1#.—Wheat---f!ash. No. 1 hard, 7'ie No. 1 Northern, 71 '^r No, 2 Northern. 72v_e No. 3 sarins. EQUAL IN STYLE AND QUALITY to the highest priced custom tailoring, yet but one-third the cost. You need not be a clothing critic to discover this fact. It is apparent at a glance. I:very C. K. X* garment regardless of price is made with that individual nicety which is only characteristic of the highest priced merchant tailoring. Every suit up to the minute in style and advanced work manship—made for dressy men. Sold by Chas. Kaufman Bros MISS FAY LEE, President of the Shakespearian Club, Kansas City. 3/m r, improved. It seemed to act like a charm, as it has made a million other I kept up the treatment and the result wom-n strong and healthy. I?y in.hu was most satisfactory. Vords fad to ex- jrg. regular menstruation the entire 4 VamTm e v. rvov.s tension. The nerves s on becin to^ive way under the strain. You jvrlinps jump at any unusual disturbance, or lauch or weep, hysteri cally. at no apparent cause. I hat what Miss Fay I^v, »13 North Seventh Street, Kansas City, Kansas, was :ninjj to when she rescued herself by takinj? Wine of ardui. The Wine mad hT a stroncr, healthy woman ~r ivsfiiiiu n*vi uauim int.' limit i s e i e v i n o e e i e w a s i i u —.f, svsiem lareuevetior itie terrnuewastiru: drains. The laments which 1„M the nsica!Iy ar.d mentauy. I can only say hark vou\ but there is mucn more in ^^7 stn-nsthened by a .v heart for vou." healthy fl.w and that organ returned [EAR1NG-D0WN pains are the worst that women know. If vou are sutferinjr fr^m ti.i.« trou ble vou ne--l not be uncertain a* :t it. The pains in the a do::.en iii'i kvk that fe*:l as if heavyweights were jv.illintr down on the nerves of "the t'mach are "bearing-down pains". They may not be particularly severe at present but they are growing worse. That headache whieh nearly drive* v.-n •:*.r v i -v.* is a "i 1 •. rr.r 'kTan to its normal josit on. Returning health is the result. This is what Wine of Oardui has done for thousand* of the best women in America. If you need advice write The Ladies' Advisory Department, The Chatta nooga Medicine Company, Chattanooga, Tenn., describing all your syn:pt..mj freely, and a b-tter of advice w il be sent you. S\uro all/*)bott!eo£Wine .f •:cv'--t to-!av. A million suffering women Lave fount! relief in Wine of Car-iui. To Air -. N 1 Nov. Flax--Cash. 1 Norther',. 7 4( I(. NFAY. 4 4 %C. f. t!:e second class mail, exfept daily, rr:* 'y and w- weekly, sen-. pa lers. The con.-. fourth c!a^ the postag" 1 cent for tion therer afHxed. hard. "r»'4e "I^c Doe $1.1 St. Paul Union Stock Yards. St. Paul. Nov. rattle—Choiof ^utche^ steers, f" -,» choi butcher cows and h- rs. I 4 gfxd to •veals. $2 Hoss—$' v CHicajo Union Stock Yards. Chicago Nov. t^.—Cattle— ood tf prime sti-|6.O(Kj prior to tn dium. 5.75 stockeiji and f- d ers. $2 "0^4.75: cows and heifers, I1.4ef/." e0 Texas steers. i». Hogs—Mixed and butchers, fO.eefi? 6.1" good to choice ht-i-••-. 0.rrr.Tj 6.55 rough heavy. |6.e •. i'"» light. b»?!k of sales. ?5. She.'p—( i .i c, 1.1 larob3, *. Chicago Grain and Provisions. Chic as 73*4 £737 72 %r. Jan., 471 29He —Jan., _. Flax— Ca h. South We» ij 11.15 .\J Creameri- i 22c. K 11 1, Nov. 14 May. 7s' --Nov.. vft Wb at—fc.. 7s-". .r Julv, "7-e I ,,-,57V -•j\ O'ti—Nov., May. 31 *«c. Pork -5 May, $11.41. hwe'ern, $l.2o May. U' N »v.. fl.15: I)e 1- •1 i. Rtitt t-- 2 a i s s Poidt v Turkey.-. •1c. Health is a magnet which irresistibly draws the man to the woman in life's inatin# time. Health drxrs more than tint the skin with beauty it puts music into the voice and buoyancy into the 6tr p, as well as happiness into the heart, A great many women covet beauty an'J are constantly seeking aids to beautify them. Let a woman first seek perfect health and all other charms shall be added to her. There can no general health for women while there is disease of the delicate womanly organism. The first step to perfect health is to cure womanly diseases by the use of Dr. Pierce's Fa vorite Prescription, it establishes regu larity, dries weakening drains, licals inflammation and ulceration and cures female weakness. "I tivt four l-ottl' s of your Furor!tf Pre scription' a tul otif of fiol'W n Jiscov rry,' writf-s Mrs. Klmer U. Sh«*ar«T. of Mount rojje I.nn"/ist» Co., J'a., "njil can h.'iy that I am curtrl iif that «lr»-afJt-fl disease, uterine trouble. Am in h»-tt»r health than ever before. Ivv-ry one who knows me is surprise to see ni»- !y,le well. In June was v. poor in health that at times I could not walk. Tod .y I run (urr,t I 11 everytKjdy that Ux. Pierce nitdiciiit* Cured aie." FKF.E. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Merlical Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the bok in paper covers, or 31 stamps foi the cloth bound volume. Address Vr. R. V, fierce. Buffalo, N. V. PURELY PRIVATE MATTER N* Statement Regn.ding the Molineux Divorce Case. New York, Nov. 19.—Roland 11. Molineux and his father were in con ference with their counsel. tJoorge Cordon Itattle, during the day. At the close of the talk Mr. Pattlc mado the folhnving statement: "Neither (Jeneral I'd ward Ij. Mou nt ux nor his son. Kolaml M. Moliticux. nor any other member of the family will make any statement In regard to the report in the press that Mrs. Rol and 15. Molineux has gone to South Ia kota with the purpose of iintitutins an action for divorce against her husband. "They regard it as a private matter concerning which no public utterame should be made, deneral Molineux desires to say further that all the mem bers of his familv have at all times treated Mrs. Roland H. Molineux with the utmost kindness anil consideration. This is his last word on the subject." Mr. Rattle said that he had not been retained to defend the divorce suit. ,T- Sioux Falls. S. P., Nov. 19.—Mrs. ft B. Molineux has given out in her own i handwriting the following statement: "It is true I am in Sioux Falls for the 1 purpose of instituting divorce proceed in^s. I have no plans except that I shall be a resilient bore for the next six months." Senator KittridRO, her attorney, has enjoined her not to talk further to newsuauer reureseutatives. •She's a radiant, wiu itin^, wondrous gem that beautiful, blus-hintf wife of mil:.- S) i.» an ur ge! on earth, so you a 1 oul* take luieky Wuntain Tea St»! 11 1 Smitli. «'urtiiir Mft. I I .1 r». Vr. C'. il iney.df tiej v.!. t:hn\ ha»i the piU»s for forty ye is I f-:s atni !onars e» uid d« htm ti" *,i-1 *f "d 1 )e V\ it a W it eh Haz 1 huu p» rroanently ii.vuluai ,• hurt s, bruises, sprains, |«r«'r 11 .. ina. tetter, sait 1 henIU, at i er skin li: eas. fnr the 1 „II 1 ITt t' -ill «»:|j4 BEST FOR THE BOWELS If yon h ®»ni» 7) n«r'i» |i. a«i) ti.'" wi-.l. ••n I lh »t v-. 1 y 1.1» inr fttad clean bit I k i.i i *•. i •. Sheep—-ilood t, choice. ilambs. 13.75Tr 1.5^. 1 city on short notice. Give u» your patronage and wc will gu arantec you satisfaction. HUBBELL BROS. 1 1 r-4 ar" A 'T' bless e.Minti rfeits Vi k.V ).i. .• tfc# jKul CANDY CATHARTIC •AT 'EM Ll^Cu CANDY rv%*mnt. I'-iHtrnMi*. IVt^t .«4 Mc|i m, «,r. 1 »*. rrr.W s—r rtu f.jr frrv »»i ..... ..in a-ilth A.l.lr«-»» 4,3 hmo ,.k KEEP YOUR 8L000 CLEAN COAL! COAL!! HARD AND SOFT. MANV VARIETIES ANY SIZKD ?l'ANTITII:5 Orders promptly at tended to, coal delivered to all parts of the MMIIIII HilllMi i K5T OUiriTS IK TBE CUT. All kinds of Drayin^ done promptly, also moving household gouds. Piano & Safe ftoving a specialty. SiBPSBH 4 itlliEK. 6+44+640 )»!.( NOW IS THE TIME To have your storm Win- dows puttied and put on. Also house painting, paper hanging and decorating. I^eave orders witfi STACY & WRIGHT. Shop 3rd door north of Ken nedy's bank. •«?,-i n»r+. Hit I •••1(1 1 11»» I 1. •»), fln.i'daf f, u s u s i s n u l»"if l,i, «ni.i 11.. ....... "i-i-.u. i» tulioc. -in ,, ',n"«••«•«»«• kwlMtt- n •iZZU*:.Z LAND! I Geal Esiaie, I Dray Line. Good Home in 2 Come to the I Little Store on the corner for Iron Bedsteads, Springs, Mattresses, Pillows, 3 And everything in 3 the lino of I FURNITURE. n Come and n you buy 11 IS r,,LX-'*• i S & 1-mb.lmer,. Correspondence Solicited. J•••••••••••••••••••••••• *3 r% *1 n L' u Li V fcj us before k Jen. 1 LIINHALMERS. nneawOTBooeBoonnneoBoijong Is the Basis of All W and the tltn.and for L»k« Count\ farn a Is lncrca*in If you are in search of a where *on oan raise Wheat, Oats, Barley, Corn, Flax, Potat in fact everythine adapted to this latitude, and •where you can successiullv carry on' Dairying & Stock Raising, aDd where your tamily will have the advantages 01 Good Society, Ij Good Schools, a Good Climate Good Church Facilities, then come nnd see rrt\ And I mill t»ho\% you Ju*t whflt you want art- rt nting l:incJ tuw. pn\in- (o 5.s JHT acre annunl rental -HAW you Just as JJCKHJ land and sell it lo you at what you \*itl pay out in rental, where you are in three year*, and will gi\e\ou easy terms of payment If you wanta gmd location in Madison I have such for you. A large num ber of substantial building have been built in fladison the past sea- 5on and the city i* steadily growing in population.' Chas. B. Kennedy, ff A ^1 Ai W mm w MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. i I Z The Beer'l hat Made the liCOALI COALI BEST GRADES OF I am prepared to wholesale and famous as a strengthening beverage. Prompt delivery of case goods. LOUIS MALONEY— AOHINT Sample Room* Corner Fgan Ave. A 4th Street. IlillMH'"""1 GO HARD S SOFT CA mi BE FOUND AT ealth If you I will I Hilwaukee Painous. Jos. Schlitz beer kee, andean recommend no finer FRED KURTH, i iTrrrrrrrrrrrrrrmrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrri 1 DI-AI.EK IN CHOICH WINES dfcLIQlOPS I OR SiOUI Fails I I retail of "lilwau- brand i ti Adli.M. (yfr CITY MEAT MARKET. JOHN 8CIIOI.T7. K*ep conaUntly o» S. I. Hyde Elevator Fresi ui w* JOHN THEOPHILUS AG'T.I lin* Ki'h- te»ot'