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WIE TO DEFALCATION
IN TWOlfWrCOWSlff
TOWNS CLOSED BY THE EX­
AMINER'S OFFICE.
-CASHIER LEIMER IS ONOER ARREST
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lleccd he mas confessed to
FORGERIES AMOUNTING TO
*EARLY 170,000.
Prtateton. Wla., Oct 20.—J. E.
fr.elmer. cashier of the Prlnrotrm State
fiank. has been arrested charged with
jforKinK bank papers and taken to
Jjartfofd by Sheriff Ogilvio. where he
|s now in jail. State Hank Examiner
jM:n' us C. Rorgh i.s quoted as Haying
hat Leimer had admitted to hi IB for
keries amounting to $69,000.
The Princeton State bank is closed
i
und the Montello State bank, of which
,eirmr is vice president, has been or
lered by the state officials not'to open
In (IOOIH for business pending an in
fest inat ion of itB books
I l.eimer i» quoted by the bank ex
aminer as having told him that the
Inoney he secured irregularly ho had
|}pent iu grain speculation, principally
In Chicago. Several Chicago firms, it
|h said, are affected by the forged pa
[er, as are also a number of Individ
uals in this -ity. Tho forgeries, the
jxuminer says, were the cleverest
sver perpetrated in the history of
banking in the state.
E. Leimer came here as cashier
|f the I'rinceloii bank eight years ago
$tnd tho examiner believes that the
forgeries have covered a period of Eix
frears, Mr. Leimer came from Apple
ton. It it} said by persons who are
familiar with the affairs of the l'lince
ton bunk that the depositors probably
'will be paid ofT In full with money
mow on hand and that the capital will
have to be used in settling the debts
resulting from the alleged forged pa
per
State Senator E. D. Morse is presi
dent of the Princeton bank, but be left
its affairs entirely to the haada of
Cashier Leimer.
BLACKMAILERS ARE BUSY.
Qreat Northern Railroad Asked to
Hand Over $15,000.
Helena. Mont., Oct. 20 —According
ito well authenticated reports the
.Northern Pacific Railway company ia
toot alone in its troubles with the
*lynamiters. though it has so far been
the only sufferer. For several days
there has been a number of Great
Northern secret service men in Hel
ena and vicinity and it has developed
that their mission is to try to locate
the person who has sent the company
letter levying blackmail.
The letter was mailed at Cascade
Und it demanded the payment of $15,
'000.
The railroad company was com
imanded to fly a signal if it acceded to
4tho demand and was given until Tues
day evening. Oct. 20. to comply. If it
idid not comply then tho amount of tho
blackmail would be raised to
$30,000
mnd dynamite, the letter said, would
be used on the raila.
ALDERMEN IN TH1 TOILS.
Indictments Returned Against Minne
apolis City Fathers.
Minneapolis, Oct. 20.—Peter Nelson,
ia Democrat, and Claus Mumm, a Rev
ipublican. both members of the city
founcil, have been arrested and ar
f-aigned upon grand jury indictments
i t'h&rging them with agreeing to accept
ft bribe.
There is another indictment o
figainst nn ex-member of the cltv coun
cil in connection with the same deal
(he above men were indicted upon.
The charge is that the men agr«ed
to accept a bribe of $1.200 from Jan
liey. Semple, Hill & Co.. a wholesale
hardware concern, in return for which
thev would vote for the vacation of an
»llt
y running through the firm's prop
erty at First avenue south and Sec
ond street
The indie ted men were summoned to
rourt and both men furnished bonds to
the amount of $3,500 each and were
released.
COSON'S SHORTAGE $59,000.
Statement by Pastor of New York City
Church.
New York. Oct. 20.—Rev. John P.
JVters of St Michael's Protestant
fHpiscopal church has announced that
the defalcation of church funds by
flenry Kdson, treasurer of the par
ish. who killed Mrs. Fannie Pullen
find committed suicide several months
t»gi'. amounted to $59,000. Of this
fimotiiit $10,000. the rector stated, has
|een returned to the church by the
I*-1fe of Mr. Edson in making over to
|ht church two life insurance policies.
4*. part of the remainder w ill fall upon
fi bank through its liabittty In coattec
4 ion with the forgeries.
ARRESTED NEAR HELENA.
JMIeged Leader of Northern Pacific
Dynamiter*.
Helena. Mont., Oct 20.—Isaac Gra
Velle, a former convict and believed
|o be the leader of the gang of North
fin Pacific blackmailers, is a prisoner
In the Helena city jail, he having
fjeeu captured In the mountains twen
ty miles from this city by three spe
eds] officers The officials declare
they have sufficient evidence to secure
!i8\elle's conviction.
Gravelle has resided in this vicinity
for years and bears an unsavory repu
tation, having been convicted of c&t
ll* stealing and sent to prison,
Minnesota Bank Robbed.
Spring Grove, Minn., Oct SO.- The
IBank of Spring (irove was broken into
*ind robbed during the night. An en
france was effected by forcing the
front door. The vault was blown
l»pen and about $1,000, ail in silver,
turn
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JUMPS MOM MOVING TRAIW.
Ccnfcrsed Mail Pouch Robber Agatf
at Liberty.
'Philadelphia. Od 2«».—A. E. Bell
the coiue«aert mail pouch robber and
check forger, who was arrested in
Denver lecently, escaped ftem a Pull
Sian car just before »he train to which
it wa attached arrived at the Penn
sylvai.ia railroad station here. Bell
way in the custody of two United
States deputy marshals and was on
his way to the United States marshal's
Office
in this city. He made an ex:u:-.e
to go to the washroom and. after lock
ing himself in. opened the window aud
made his escape. The police officials
were notified and they are now search
tog for Hell.
Hell was also known as Crosby and
flanimond. After his arrest In Denver
he admitte I having stolen a mall
polish from a Pennsylvania railroad
train. The pouch was in transit from
this ciry io Harrisburg. Pa., ami dis
appealed on Sept. 8. It contained a
large number of checks for small
nunrc anl later these came back to
th^ when it was learned that
the/ hid been raised to large amounts.
The authorities asKcn that Bell must
have trallr.ed reaily $500,000 by this
robbe y.
Beil was held in 1,000 ball by Unit
ed Ftates Commissioner Hinsdale in
Denver for his appearance in the
Unit" 1 Sf.i»tos district court here.
WHILE TEMPORARILY INSANE.
H. 0. Canficfd, Writer and Newspaper
fc'an, Kills Himself.
Chicago, Oct. 20.— H. 8. CanfieU,
writer and newspaper man. commit
ted suicide (hiring the night at the
West Chicago sanitarium by cutting
his throat with a razor while teni
pornrily Insano. Mr. Canfleld was
taken to the sanitarium Thursday
evening.
IN VIOLATION OF LAW
SYSTEMATIC AND IXTENSIV1 IM­
PORTATION Or MINERS.
Ellsworth (Pa.) Coal Company Ac­
cused of Bringing in Hundreds
of Men Under Contract.
Washington. Oct. 20.—Evidence ha3
been collected by the bureau of immi
gration, department of commerce and
labor, of a systematic and extensive
violation of the contract labor law.
Commissioner General F. P. Sargent
has submitted the evidence to the de
partment of justice and has requested
the attorney general to institute pro
ceedings against the alleged violators
of the law. The case in hand involves
hundreds of men, many of whom al
ready are in this country. Others are
en route to the United States and ex
pected to arrive in a few days. Forty
men who arrived In Philadelphia Sun
day on the steamer Haver ford are be
ing detained as contract laborers and
many others are expected on the
While Star line steamer due in New
York in a day or two.
The men aie Welsh miners and
came to this country under an alleged
agreement to work for the Ellsworth
Coal company of Elisworth. Pa. They
were induced to come to this country
by a firm in Pofitypridd. South Wales,
their attention being attracted by an
advertisement inserted in severai
Welsh newspapers.
The evidence indicates that man}
miners i au.e to the Tailed States un
der an ag:'v je:it to work for the Ells
worth Coal company at stipulated
wages. Jcuies Bios, were the Welsh
agents of she company and to many
ot the immigrants they gave cants
guaianteeir.g them work with the com
pauy at wages stated In the agent's
advertisement.
The situation of some of the im
ported miners is serious. Many of
them have equested the bureau of im
migration to send them back to Wales,
as they say the agreement under
whic they came here baa not been
kept.
ADVISES A TRUE BILL.
Case of Whitaker Wright Goes to the
Grand Jury,
London, Oct. 2o. The recorder, in
charging the grand jury at the Old
Bailey, advised finding a true bill
against Whitaker Wright, the com
pany promoter, who was extradited
from New York to answer charges
growing out of the failure of the Lon
don and Globe Finance corporation,
limited.
Commenting on the "noble direc
torate.'* Including the late Marquis of
Dufferin. associated with Wright, the
recorder said he hoped the facts 'vhich
had been disclosed would serve us "a
solemn warning to persons of high
standing against lending their names
to commercial enterprises of which
they had no practical knowledge anil
in which they become the prey of
wicked men who. by means of their
names, victimize the public."
ARRESTED* IN CALIFORNIA.
Alleged Defaulter in the Sum of $100,
0G0 Captured.
Oakland. Cal., 0« t. 20.—City Mar
shal Hauimage of Haywards has ar
rested William Carthew in that place
on a chaige of being a defaulter in
the sum of $lo0,00«. The arieot was
made on evidence submitted by 11. B.
Erickson of San Francisco. It is
stated that Cart hew was a confidential
clerk In a bank in New York and
while acting in that capacity stole
which was squandered on a
woman. It is claimed that he fled
from New Yock and came to Califor
nia. Krlckson had done business with
Cart hew in New York and recognised
llm as the missing bank clerk.
Students and Faculty Quarantined.
Clatksburg, W. Va., Oct. 20.—One
hundred students and the faculty of
llroaddus college are confined in quar
antine on account of a supposed case
if smallpox at the institution. This
i.s a college tout oiled by the Laptists
if We.-t Virginia. The «ase is mild,
but a rigid |i.aranliuo will be kept for
-4&'
EARTHQUAKE IN PERSIA.
Two Hundred and Fifty Live* Report
ed Lost.
London, Oct. 20.—A dispatch to the
Standard from its correspondent at
Odessa says news has reached there
from Khorassin that 25o live* have
been lost in an earthquake at Tur
shiz, Persia. Thitteen villages were
destroyed and some 5,000 persons are
homeless.
FLYING MACHINE'S SUCCESS.
Flew for Two Hours but Landed in the
Water.
San Francisco, Oct. 20.—-Dr. August
Greth surprised his friends, who have
been ridiculing him for his invention
of a Hying machine, by sailing around
in the air over Golden Gate for two
hours. He attempted to land but mis
calculated the distance anil landed In
the bay 2oo feet from shore.
ARE FINALLY OVERTAKSH.
Insane Convicts Murder ThMilr Guards
and Escape.
Berlin, Oct. 20.—Eight convicts who
were in the insane ward of the central
prison at Ifhlle, Prussia, overpowered
two guards, smothered one of them to
death and badly wounded the other,
look the keys and weapons and es
caped to a neighboring forest.
The fugitives were eventually over
taken by their pursuers and, after
thev had shot one guard, they were
finally captured in a nobleman's villa
In which they had sought refuge.
POUR MEN KILLED.
Run Over by Cars on Mahoning Valley
Street Railway.
Youngstown, O., Oct. 20.—Four men
were run over and killed on the Ma
honing Valley Street railway lines
during the night.
Two were caught on a trestle be
Iween this city and Struthers and two
(•thers, probably tramps, were sitting
#n the track between Warren and
l.eavittsburg. The motormau did not
notice the men until very close to
them and was unable to stop his car.
AMBUSH EO BY INDIANS.
Two Montana Horse Thieves Kitted In
a Running Fight.
Great Falls, Mont Oct. 19.—A gang
of thieves who tried to run horses
off the Fort Peck reservation were
ambushed and two of them killed.
The Indians engaged in a running
tight with the outlaws, driving them
off the reservation.
MtlKF BITS OP NEWS.
Pope Pius X. has appointed Mgr.
Merry del Val papal secretary of state.
Gordon McKay, millionaire inventor
of shoemaking machinery. Is dead at
Newport, R. I.
Former Governor Turney. who has
been ill for some time at his home in
Winchester. Tenn., died Monday after
noon.
Fire supposed to be of incendiary
origin destroyed five business blocks
at Galveston. Ind. The loss is esti
mated at $75,000.
The Middleton (Pa.) iron and tube
works have laid off 250 men on ac
count of the lack of orders. The
works employ about 800 men.
Isaac- Newton Goodhue, ninety years
old, one of the prominent men in the
early history of Minnesota, is dead at
Minneapolis. Mr. Goodhue reached
Minnesota in IS49.
After three months of idleness op
erations have commenced at the Staf
ford cotton mill at Fall River, Mass.
The company operates three mills and
employs nearly 1.000 hands.
Saturday's football results: Minne
sota 7'., Iowa 0 Princeton 11, Carlisle
0 Columbia 12. Amherst 0 Harvard
5. West Point 0 Yale 27. Pennsyl
vania State o Cornell 6, Bu knell 0
Navv 5. Dickinson 0 Pennsylvania
30, Brown 0 Chicago 0, Northwestern
0 Michigan 51. Indiana 0 Wisconsin
87 Beloit 0 Illinois 24. Purdue 0
Nebraska lt. Haskell 0.
MARKET QUOTATIONS.
Minneapolis Wheat.
WftHfeapolis. Oct. 19—Wheat—Dec.,
80»*e May. 78?^c. On track—No. 1
hard. 85* No. 1 Northern. 84^»c
No. 2 Northern, £24c No. 3 Northers,
79©81c.
St. Paul Union Stock Yards.
St. Paul. Oct. 19.—Cattle—Good to
choice steers, $3.75^i 5.00 common to
fair, $3.2£&-3-ti"> good to choice cows
aud heifers. $2.75©3.50 veals, $ :.0d
©5.50. Hogs —[email protected] Sheep—
Good to choice yearling wethers, $3.2$
^3.50 good to choice lambs, $4.75
#5.00.
Duluth Wheat and Flax.
t)uluth. Oct. 19.— Wheat—To arrlvo
No. 1 hard. 83V No. 1 Northern.
82 No. 2 Northern. 80\c. On
track—No. 1 Northern, 82%c No. 2
Northern. 8»»%c No. 3 spring. 77^c
Oct., 82V: Iec.. 18He May. 78Hc.
Flax—In store, on track, to arrive,
Oct and Nov., $1.02% Dec.. $l.*lfc
May. $1.04%.
Chicago Union Stock Yarde.
Chicago. Oct. 19.—Cattle—Good to
prime steers. $5.1t»4i 5.65 poor to me»
dium, $3.r0£j i.CO: Blockers and feel*
ecs. $2.2r€f 1.00 cows. $1.40^1.4":
heifers, $2.00{i'4.75 calves. $2.wt-4$
t'.75. Hogs— Mixed an.1 butchers. $.",.2!
CJ5 75 good to hoi e heuvy. $5 40
5.50 rough heav\. $t.i»0£f'5.40 li^ht,
$5.30ft 5.70. Sheep- Good to choice
w.thers, $3.25CTJS» Western ahee v
S- -2
.r» t.00 native 1 iub&. $3.50 (i 5 t5
Western. $3.75fi 5.20.
f-ago Grain and Prevleions.
Chicago, Oct. 19.—Wheal—Oct., 81c
Dec., S*C* SOV old, 80 V May.
79c Corn—Oct., 43%c Dec.. 4:Hj.(i
43Hc May, 42^,^42V- Oats- ct.,
34V Dec.,
35.?©'1&V
May. 86©
36 V. Pork-Oct.. $11.00 Jan.. $11.
77V May. $ll.S5ft 11.87»b. Flix—
Cash, Northwestern. $1.02 Southwest
ern. 95c Oct., 95c: Dee., 97c May,
$101^- Butter Creameries. 15V*®
20V dairies. 14©lSc. Kg^s 18®
li*v. Poultry—Turkes, 12M *1^
chickens (liw), §%©10c ipitufa,
ISHfeiie.
i»c.
Will Reopen Field's case.
Wa^hUiKiuii, Oct. 20.-- President
ftoosevelt, at the rciuest of Senator
Ipio'tor, has decided to Investigate
fm i her the case of United States Mar
sha! Field of Vermont, who v.-as re
nt.jved because of tl.e escape of two
Chinamen who weie n the custody of
one of arshal Field's deputies.
Bloodhounds After Bank Robbers.
Kustis, Neb., Oct. 19.—-Six masked
men robbed the Farnuin State bank
early in the day, securing $4.UIM. One
of the men was arretted and ihe offi
cers with bloodhounds are on the trail
of two of the lobbers. Dynamite was
used p.nd-tV" -nd the bank fuini-
A N I A E
The man who starte 1 to run a race in
chains and fetters
would be visibly
handicapped. No
sue would expect
li i to succeed.
The man who
runs the race of
life when hie
digestive and nu
tritive organs are
diseased is equally
handicapped. In
the one case his
strength is over
weighted, in the
other it is under
i n e d. Success
demands above
all else a sound
stomach.
Doctor Pierce's
Golden Medical
Discovery cures
diseases of the
stomach and other organs of digestion
and nutrition.
$3,000 FORFERIT will be paid by
Wom.n's DISPKNSAKY MEDICAI, ASSO
CIATION, Proprietors, IiufTalo, N. Y., if
they cannot snow the original signature
of the individual volunteering the testi
monial Iwlow, and also of the writers of
every testimonial among the thousands
which they are constantly publishing,
thus proving their genuineness.
"The praist- I would like to n'v' your Oolden
Mvdieal luscovery' 1 run not utter in words or
descri!** with pen," writes James 11. Ambrose,
Ksn-, «f liosW Mifflin Street. Huntingdon, fa.
"I was taken with whut our jihysiiians here
said was indigestion. I doctored with the test
around here and found no relief. I wrote to
you and you sent me a question Mutik to fill out,
and I did so and you then advised me to use
I)r. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. I took
three bottles and 1 felt so good that I stopped,
being cured. I have no symptoms
of
trouble or indigestion now."
PEHBY HUHDEPIEB.
Pall Millinery
I have a well se
lected stock of
Fall styles in
Ladies iind Child
ren's hats and in
vite you to call
and see them.
Hats trimmed to
suit purchasers.
L.L. Grinager
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OIVC9 RELIEF AT ONCE.
It
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drives away a Odd in the Head ijuicklv.
Hestores tho Senses of Tasto and Smell.
Knsy to use. Contains 110 injurious dru^s.
Applied into the mwtrils and absorbed.
Ijiuye Size, f0 cents at Dracists or by
UMil Trial Size, 10 eents by mail.
»1Y BROTHERS, 56 Warr«n St., N»w York-
Good
gastric
I)r. Pierce's Common Sense Medical
Adviser, sent free on receipt of stamps
to cover expense of mailing only.
Twenty-one one-cent stamps for the
book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for
the cloth-bound volume. Address Dr,
R. V. I'ierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
008IMM
Flour* Feed, Seeds,
Rock Salt, Gasoline $
and Kerosene Oil.
MAD150N FLOUR,
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WE INVITE
YOUR
NOTICE
To our new stock of
1 GROCERIES,
Candies and Confectionery.
No better or cheaper in the
city. We have a special
line of I'a ace canncd jcoods
and Vale coffee that
I
im
meet-
inj with Krcat favor.
Win. §QhnaeK.
Telephone, No.
63.
ORDER YOUR
COAL
FROM
S. V. HYDE
F^levator Co.
They handle the best
grades, delivered to any
part of tili city.
JOHN TMNOIHIILUST
Agent.
Is the iiasisof Al! Wealth
y i i ill i CI u
Where *ou can raise Wheat. Cats, Barley, Cera, Flax, Potatoes,
in fact every thine adapted to this latitude, and
where you can successfully carrv on
and where your family will have the advantages of
Good Society,
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RICH flKD DELiCHTE.
I-'OR SALE BV
ERICK HYLAND.
I
a Good Climate!
Good Church Facilities,
then come and see me* «nd I \*ill show you just what you want. If you
are renting land nov paying $3 to $5 per acre annual rental, I will
show you just good land and sell it to you at what you
will pay out in rental, where you are in three years,
and will give you easy terms of payment.
If you want a good location in Madison I ha\e such for you. A large num
ber of substantial buildings have been built in fladison the past sea
son and the city is steadily growing in population.
Correspondence Solicited.^—^s^
Chas. B. Kennedy,
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA.
V3
DOWN PAINS
8847 Indiana Avenue.
CliifAoo, Iix., Sept. 27, 1902.
I havpboen a suiTfrcr with almost every kind
of female troutle fur j'ears, but as long as I
eouM get around and do my work I would not
try patent medicines as Iliad no faith in them.
About eight months ago I had to take to
Eiy bed,suffering with prolapsus of the uterus,
with bearing down pains and intense pains
iu the back. My aunt,who tame to nurse me
told me o! "Wine of Cardui and sent for a bot-
am
inJeed glad that she did, for that
fir3t bottle started me on the road to recov
ery. In a few wreks I was out of bed and in three months 1 waa
in better health and stron
ger than 1 had been in
years. 1 take a dose now,
occanionally, of Wine of
Cardui and aut kept it
perfect health.
Scc y. WuuiUnan'g Circlc 2s o. 70.
Wine of Cardui twiafs mrtain relief to women suffering any symp
tom of female weakness and perfectly regulates the menstrual flow. VV' ine
of Cardui stops bearing down pains by permanently relieving the irritation
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in your own home. Secure a $1.00 bottle of Wine of Cardui from your
druggist today.
WINECARDUI
111 iMHd not
CITY
MEAT MARKET,
JOHN 3CHULTZ Propriety
Kaep constantly on hand a HI
lia« of
Frist Corea nnsns
Fith, fowl and Game in seaaon.
Egan avenue.
IMOHMOOHW
Dray Line,
BEST 88TFITS Id THE 6ITT.
All kinds of Draying done
promptly alao moving
household goods. Piaoo 4
Safe /loving a specialty.
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