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i i DRESS GOODS. Borathea, Hclrose, Crcpelle, Silk downe, Nulo, Etlainette, Amure, Pinole, Benton, Albatross, Covert, Yebra, DuBarry, Zebeline. The celebrated (]old fled a I brand. UiHaE* celled for beauty, style and durability. Fancy Fall Waistings. Every novelty in white and black and white effects are to be found on our counters. ®Jje glrttlu m••••••••••••••#• Iron Beds Rockers Dining Tables Everything in line of Furniture WHITE BROS. UNDERTAKING & EMBALMING. CHILDRENS COATS AT PRICES that are bound TO SELL THEM. THE FAIR M.UM8U*. SOU'fU DAKOTA. SATURDAY, NOV. 7, 190H. Kit MM Or XlllMCKIt'TION. Hy mail, 1 ynur fl IK) Hjr mail, mouths -.Ut( ity until, mouth* l.tt Itjr mult, 1 mouth .... Hf Hy carrier, i»tr iv«ek 10 J. F, b'J'Aiili, 11. A. MTAUL, Hut.in.ou alai.Hgrr. Webster dispatch, (5: While on the road home from town TiuumImv nitfht between eight uinl nine o'clock with something ovtT ••VKt on nis (ternon, Loni^ limine wan held up hy three men and rubbed of bin money, the receipts from tiis woik as owner of a threshing rig. Thin morning he, accoiupanitHl by Depuly Sheriff Kiuil Meyer, went to NVauliay to nee three men who had been Huspicioiied, and one of win in ha« over They did not however prove to Ite the three whom Mr. Haase encouu last iiight. Gov. LaFi illette of Wisconsin is an nounctHl to deliver a lecture in Yankton on the 17th. inst. His subject will 1m? one of Shakenjieare'rt plays. Sioux Falls Tress, 0: Tnited States Senator A. B. Kittridge left yesterday on the Rock Island for St. ijouis where He will speud a day in the interests of the South Dakota exhibit and onildim before going ou to Washington to In ready for the owning of the special *ion of congress, November '.I. A Sioux Falls dispatch says work Is progressing rapidly on the new cell hall at the penitentary, the foundatiion hav ing beeu completed. The addition will extend from the main entrance to the west line of the present cell hall and will le at the southwest section of the main building. The new water tank ou the old tower is nearly completed. Lead dispatch, The city council has voted to offer a reward of fctOO for the arrest and conviction ot the parties who killed Job. A. Mareoux at his home in this city on Monday night of last k. The coancil also took steps to NEW ARRIVALS AT THE BIO STORE. You may buy at these specialized departments with the assurance you are at headquarters in every sense of the word. ward having the coiiuty couiiuissionets offer a like reward and tne governor will be asked by the mayor of Lead to ull'er a reward. In this manlier, to tether with the amount that cau Im raised by private sulwcription. a fund can lie raised that it is believed will induce some one to take hold of the case and thus bring the mnrdtrers to mote Hpeedv jintice than it is thought by many now seems probable. Elk Point disp itchv.*»: The frmern! of flurry Ericson, son of E. C. Ericson. who died yesterday after a lingering ill ness, was held this afternoon. Eric?on's death was ihe ult of injuiies lie re ceived in a collision with another ball player in a game at Ponca. Neb., a year ago. Kricson was a very jiopular young man. He was student in the Elk Point high sellout. Sales of lands for delinquent taxes have been held in the various counties of the state the present week and in every instance the lists were smaller than ever befoie known and the bidding was slow and few buyers were present. In many counties there were fnmi one to tour townships wheie not a single tract of land went to sale because'of nonpayment of taxei The lists of town and city property were smaller than heretofore, aad interest in all the sales appears to have been very small. This is an index of the prosperity of the pio perty owners ot the -rtate, and comiwri sons of the lists with those in older states will show tnat South Dakota is among the foremost in the iu tt of tax laying jteople. Philadelphia Post: There sisters living up in niv state.' Senator Burrows of Michigan, were fond of each other and all VELVETS. Our Velvet department opens the fall season with a complete assortment of black and color ed velveteens, metal prints and velvet cords, hollow cut cords and fancy velvets in vari ety of colors and styles. Laces & Trimmings. A wonderful range of haudsome effects shown here. Every new effect in Persians, narrow and wide band appliques, spanghd appliques, wood silk braid, pearl trimmings, drops and ornaments. J. A. JOHNSON. two said 'who that. but who warred constantly about the two-'great schools of medicine. One pinned her faith to allopathy and the other to homeopath}'. "One day there was great excitement in the family of the lady who believed in homeopathy, and it was soon an nounced that she was the mother of bouncing twin hoys. "The other sister came down in hurry. Well -lie said, 'now see what happened. I wanted yon to have an allopathic doctor. After this, I fancy you will listen to ine.' INDIAN HUNTERS. Likely to c«nt Be Punished for Depredations in Wyoming. Re- Washington dispatch. 5: The com misnoner of Indian affairs today receiv ed the following telegram from Agent Urennan of Pine Ridge agency, dated vesteiday at Hot Springs, S. D. "The sheriff and jtosse from Wyoming arrested nine Indians and their families near Edgemont, S. D., last night. They are supposed to be a part of a party engaged in the fight Saturday. I tried to have them teleased pending an investigation. The officers insist on taking them to Douglas, Wyoming, for a hearing. Mob violence is threatened. The governor should le telegraphed at once to use all means to protect tne Indians now under airest. The Unittd States attorney should be ordered to I (ouglas to see justice is done the Indians under arrest. In my opinion the killing of six Indians reported is totally unjustified.' In accoidance with this reconimenda tion the secretary of the interior na re quested the governor of Wyoming to protect the Indians under an est. It has also lieen decided to send Special Agent McNicliol to the scene of the recent conflict to make inquiry con Tiling it. Growing Old Happily. On# of the hardest things to excuse in any man or woman is their groaning over the fact that they are growing old. Some men never cease to lament the days when they were in college and continually dream of the "time when they were Imjvh." If a man has a busy well-ioumled life he has no excuse for Iteiuoaning the past. Interest in tne youth of others is a go«xl sign, but for one's self the main object should be at tention to the present. If you don't feel satisfied, what yon need is Oolden Urain Belt lieer. It quiets and soothes the mind and puts the lndy in perfect health. se it regularly witli your meals and be contented. Older of your nearest dealer, telephone No. 11. Madi son. S. I)., or be supplied by F. W. Pratt. Pip^tone, Minn. Wanted.—A 311st worthy gent It man or lady in each county tomanage bum ness for an old established house or solid financial standing. A straight, lion a tide weekly salary of |1S. (Ml paid by check each Monday with all expenses diiect from headquarters. Money ad vanced for expenses. Enclose addiessed envelope. Manager, 870 Caxton Bldg.. Chicago. COGHLAN GOING TO COLON. Will Aitume Command of Naval Force on Atlantic Side. Washington, Nov. 7.—Rear Admiral Coghlan. who Is commander-in-chief of the Caribbean sea squadron, has ar rived here in response to a summons from Rear Admiral Taylor, chief of the bureau of navigation, and con ferred during the day with the otfi clals at the navy department, lb will receive instructions from the president and upon his arrival at Colon will assume supreme command of the American naval force 011 the Atlantic side of the isthmus. Rear Admiral C.lass, upon his arrival at Panama, will relieve the captain of the Boston of the command of the naval force there. Mis« Annie Euland. Little Falls, Minn. ''I like icky Mountain Tea v»ry much, will not be without it.' tireatest remedy on earth for suffering woman. 35 ceuts. Fiank Smith. Distress After Eating Cured. Judge W. T. Holland of Greensburg, La., who is well and favorably known, says: "1 wo years ago I suffered greatly from indigestion. After eating, great distress would invariably result, lasting for an hour or so and my nights wore restless, I concluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured me enti WAS IT MURDER? Death of Young Arneson of Miner County to be Investigated by Attorney. Howard dispatch, 5: The question a- to whether or not the son of Christ opher Arnesou, a prominent resident of Miner county was robbed and murdered at Retina, British Northwest Territory, will be determined by A. E. Chamber lain, a prominent Howard attorney who has in accordance with instructions 1 rum the father of the young man, de parted for that place for tiie puriwse of investigating tne several mysterious features connected with his death. Young Arneson. up to several weeks at o, was employed near Petersburg, N. I)., going fioni that place to Regina, where he accepted a position with a w«-ll-boring crew. After he had been at Regina for a time his father was notified ot his death, wnich purported to have resulted from gas while deceas ed was descending into a well. He was known to have had a sum of money, a watch and other valuables. The body was sent to South Dakota for burial, 1 nit the money and other property had disappeared. Before being buried Di. Collins of Howard made an examination of the young man's body and discovered two holes in the back of the head, either of which would have produced death. They had the appearance of having been made with the back of an ordinary carpenter's hammei. The whereabouts of the crew of well Ijorers with whom young Arneson met his death are unknown, but if the in vestigation of Attorney Chamberlain in dicates that Arneson was murdered they will be located and arrested for their crime. The Pleasure of Eating. Porsoas suffering from indigestion,djre pepsin or other stomach trouble will find that Kodol Dyspepsia digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet. This remedy is a never failing cure for Indigestion or Dyspepsia and all com plaints affecting the glands or mem branes of the stomach or digestive tract. When you take Kodol Dyspepsia Cure everything you eat tastes gond and every bit of the nutriment that your food contains is assimilated and approp riated by the blood and tissues. Sold by Cook &, Odee. CUPID AND STR1K.-.S. Rccomim'mlrd aa I'aaucrn For Labor Troul»t*«. ("lipid's right bower. Mayor Knotts of Hammond, lnd., has again championed the cause of matrimony. Bachelors, says the mayor, are a detriment to a community, while married men are val uable assets. In an appeal just Issued he asked the merchants and manufac turers of the city to employ married men only. Mayor Knotts declares that single men nru the chief fomenters of labor trouble* that they are reckless, and as a rule do a town more barm than good. Mayor Knotts a year ago offered to marry free all couples residing in Ham mond and to give them moral and other support In establishing their homes. In his letter Mayor Knotts argued that during the years of labor trouble in Hammond It had been notorious that the single men were the tlrst to start trouble and to talk strike. Married men, he declared, are more patient and luug suffering and less likely to go out 011 unjustitied strikes. The mayor states that single men do not make as good citizens. He declares they are reckless, inclined to wasteful ness and spending that they come Into a town when a new enterprise Is start ed, and usually, after a short and reck less career, depart for some other town, having doiH.' the town 110 leaving only unpaid bills and friends around the saloons. The mayor closes his letter with an appeal to the manufacturers and mer chants to call a meeting and take steps looking to the employment of married men only in their factories and stores. This, he declares, will end the labor troubles of the town and raise the standard of citizenship, give stability of purpose to the town itself and do a lasting good. Married men, he con cludes, become permanent cMizens, working for the good of the com munity. 1!.' argues that the manufac turers, having received great benefits from the town of Hammond, should reciprocate by employing the married men and giving them preference at all times. A Gtofc War "Btawatfc*." An organization to be known as the Anti-Iliawatlia club was launched in Portsmouth. Ya., recently for the pur pose of suppressing the overpopular twostep "Hiawatha," says the Phila delphia Record. Each member of the club swears that he will not whistle, sing or dance to the tune of the played out melody that he will pay no visits to young ladies who have the ear en ervating piece on their piano racks, and he will leave a dance hall or thea ter at the first strains of the piece from the orchestra. Whether the mem bers will celebrate their organization with a torchlight procession, soiree or carnival has not yet been decided but, at any rate, they are to meet to effect an organization. COLOMBIA IS AROUSED. Her Charge 0- ly. Now my sleep is refreshing and di gostiou perfect." Sold by Cook A UUmkI1 Will Be at Washington Recalled. Washington, Nov. 7.—The Associ tted Press learns that Dr. Tomas Her ran. the Colombian charge, is prepared to leave Washington 011 short notice with his family for Colombia. It max. bn stated _th^t Instructions withdrawing him will lie no at ihe Colombian legation, wle-ic it is believed that the state department s recognition of the republic of Panama will cause fcuense feeling in Colombia. So far Dr. Herran has had no advices fftm his government. CHARGED WITH GRAND LARCENY. Frank B. Poor Arrested in Seattle, Wash. Seattle. Wash.. Nov. 7.—Frank B. Poor, president of the Citizens' l.ight and Power company, recently organiz ed as a rival of a company of the same name which was incorporated in New Jersey, was arrested Thursday on a bench warrant issued from the court of general sessions. New York City, charging him with grand larceny In the first degree. The specific charge alleged is that Poor, while a partner in the banking house of Marquand & Co.. New York City, appropriated to his own use nine $1,000 Iron Mountain mortgage bonds and subsequently fled the conn try, coming to Seattle. The alleged appropriation is said to have been committed on June 26, 1901. An in dictment by the grand jury was ob- 1 tained on the 28th of October, last. Poor's bond was fixed at $1,000 and the date of hearing Nov. 19. Bail was furnished promptly. J. B. KOEHLER & Palace Meat Market Having re-engaged in busi ness, we solicit the patronage of former customers and new ones. •s 4 O o 4» O o o 0 We carry the choicest meats and will guarantee to please. W E A K Rubber a o o o 4t STArtPS NOTARY & CORPORATE 8 SEALS o And Carry a Full Line of O Self Inking Stamp I'm is Numbering Stamps Dating Stamps Stamp Ink (all colors) Automatic Numln'ring Machines Solid Hublier Type Typewriter KibUms o Tyjiewriter I'ai«r Manifold Paper Carl 011 Paper JJ Everything in this liue for Bank and office use. Our prices O meet all competition. o I-ff"Write for catalogue ami O pl'ice list. THE DAILY LEADER riADlSON, S. D. *1 41 TABLETS good and PENCILS 41 I NOTE BOOKS I COMPOSITION BOOKS and I FINE STATIONARY COOK & ODEEI Boy's Clothing We have now on display at ouf store an elegant line of Fashionable, Perfect Fitting, Moderate priced clothing for Young Men, Boy's and Children. Our line for Fall and Winter is the most attractive we have ever showiu Let us show you our Boy's Clothing. GRINAGER BROS. I THE CLOTHIERS. OUR NEW FALL CLOAKS & JACKETS are here and for quality and workmanship they discount anything we have handled heretofore. The styles are very becoming. MEN'S LADIES' CHILDREN'S SHOES Long experience has taught us how to get the best for our trade. Let us show you the 1904 styles. N. D. McGlLLIVRAY. AGENT FOR WHITE SEWING MACHINES. BEST IN THE WORLD. SECOND GRAND FALL OPENING at MISS MUELLER'S Milliner^ Stor? OR THE Short J-iour S'tore A Large Display of Pattern flats as well Nobby Street Wear. Come and make my Store year resting place and enjoy looking at Beautiful Hats. Hiss K. M. flueller. ll COAL. JONES & METCALF, All Wool, Lamb Fleece lined for men. The warmest and moat comfortable underwear you can buy. Ladies' and Children's underwear in all grades. Sweaters, Woolen stockings, in fact everything for winter wear. Order your your coal now, we sell only the best gnMle* ®f Hard and Soft coal and deliver to all parts of the city. I ELEPONE, No. 56. J. J. FITZGERALD.