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'i, .' ip— IK f|", I fe- I •vs $ $ I **iiT k.<p></p>IS, m4 &,'• I ijt 8*- **y •ft) 4»' w*''.~ «fc~ \. f"*' I-- 1 J* v: fl W ic S Kv —-jJ :,. fv* jS T''- v S-" fw- *. y-5. v.» V I i f. fir If 3W (t\- V**" Wi. *3"^ 1 b%- *u~ FVl ip, i" H. s I: fc. I ?v .|* *?.- I jp,, tp\ DRESS OOODS. feorathea, flelrose, Crepelle, Silk downe, Nulo, Ettainette, Amure, Pinole, Benton, Albatross, Covert, Yebra, DuBarry, Zebeline. The celebrated Uold riedal brand. Unex 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. Iron Beds Rockers Dining Tables Everything In line of Furniture WHITE BROS. MEN'S LADIES' CHILDREN'S AGENT fit •V .?-- 4 •T-: i^M If" t- TELEPONE, No. 56. ®lje ItoUvj Jeafcec UADIIOI, SOUTH DAKOTA. *t MONDAY, NOV. 1(5, 1908. TKHMS Of SUHSCH1PTION. Bjrm«11,l yviHt $4.00 By mall,« inoiithd .. ........ 4 AM) Hfiuall,M mo ti tlitt l.#0 bt 11ml 1,1 month ... S5 By carrier, it«r wetk, In NEW ARRIVALS AT THE BIG STORE. You may buy at these specialized departments with the assurance you are at headquarters in every sense of the word. UNDERTAKING & EMBALMING. OUR NEW FALL CLOAKS & JACKETS fcre here and for quality and workmanship they discount anything we have handled heretofore The style* are very becoming. SHOES Long experience has taught us how to get the best for our trade. Let w show you the 1904 styles. N. D. McGILLIVKAY. FOR WHITE SEWING NUKMmm. BEST IN THE WORLD. COAL JONES & METCALF, Order your your coal now, we sell only the best grades of Hard and Soft coal and deliver to all parts of the city. J. F. 8TAH L, Proprietor. 11. A. 8TABL. BailieM MtUfti. The Wuoil-Ratbbone row is np again S®ern M*e in it a proliable open bri-aeh between the president and Senator Han oi. The former is a champion of Gen. Wood while the senator is backing Rotl)loiie. vJen. Wood's nomination to be a brigadier general waR held up in the Nenate in response to protests by fikKators Ha una and Tellei. It is notifiable that ioaae of t!*v Mftvapepen wbiob'toolc the bait to read ily are beginning to hedge on the can didacy of Coe I. Crawford for govrrnor. Mr. Craw fordlx»ni was launclied on the anti-machine plan. The gentle man's name bring jnipnlar it ratlitr obscured the anti machine handle at tachel to it and the boom was cairieri along by the name with the handle trailing. Now that their attention has been called to it. the anti machine words sound hatefnl to the a portion of the boomsers and they are iiK'liiit'd to hedge. Thwe is a goodly sentiment that Mr. Crawford has Iwn brought out too soon. Verv likelv. The first step in the direction of hold* iiig the national republican convention in 1IHM has lieen tiken by Senator llanna, cltainuan of the committee. He lias mailed to each member of the committee a letter calling him to the Arlington hotel. Washington. Friday, December 11. The purpose of the meet 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 a 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, spangled appliques, wood silk braid, pearl trimmings, drops and ornaments. J. A. JOHNSON. ing is to hear the claims of cities as piring to be selected as the nlace for holding the convention and to tronsact necessarv business. Senator Smoot, the Moiman apostle, is in for a strenuous time this winter. Five hundred women, headed by .Tolin U. Carlyle, are after his senatorial scalp. With his experience with the l.iuale sex, Smoot might be abieto handle the women satisfactorily to him self but Carlyle is apt to "iake him trouble. Ex Senator Pettigrew is stated for chairman of the national democratic committee for 1SXM. It is said he alieady has the pledges of several western states for the place. The Cornell varsity foot ball team lined up in an adjacent field for prac tice, away from the madding crowd, and were charged by an infuriated bu'l. The climax of ,this story ought to In that the bovs punted the bull over into the next townsnip, but tiuth must pre vail. The boys made the run of their lives for the line fence and escaped. A yor ng man charged with arson has been discharged by a Chicago court. He reached a burning barn in advance of the police and was leading out the horses when the bine coats came up and arrested him. The rights of the police must lie protected. The Minnesota, North and South Da kota delegations have formed a com bination to press, at this session, three or tour bills haviug for theii purpose the cession to the government of Indian lands in these state?. The Minnesotans are interested in the Red Lake bill. The South Dakota members are urging the bill presented by Mr. Burke provid ing for the opening of Rosebud lands, while the North Dakotans are back of thi- uieasme ceding the Devils Lake lands. New Yerk Evening Post: Smatoi TTaiina is busily engaged in putting awav the kingly crown. His enthiiM astic Ohio followers are rending the air with shouts, "llanna for president!" n general principles, every successful ()hio politician is a presidential inwsi bility and Senator Hanna. in particu lai, has won the fervent devotion of everybody who is in politics as a busi ness. The senator'4 own fortune is not meagre, and he may count upon the generosity of corporations whicn would find conscientious scruples against joli tical contribution tor Roosevelt. Con gressman Dalzell, of Pennsylvania, however, is not seriously affected by the hot wave of the Ohio campaign, and is therefore more dispassionate. "No power on earth, he says, falling into a time-tried phrase, "can prevent the nomination and subsequent election of Theodore Roosevelt in 1904.'' The Pennsylvania statesman is rather sweeping, but he comes nearer the mark than the Ohio zealots. Should any combination of politicians crowd Roosevelt aside foi Hanna, the suspic ion of corporation influence would fat ally "queer" the ticket. Of this fact Mi. Roosevelt is well aware and he can listen to the Hanna boomers with that cynical smile with which Charles II. heard of plots to put nis unpopular brother James on the throne. "They will never kill me. James," be *uti, "to make von king. Vermillion Republican The Dakota swell set is becoming more and more in evidence as time advances. Once on these undulating prairies the smart society dwelt in log and sod houses and danced to the tiddle murdered by a man in gray overalls. A little taffy made a splendid miunight treat in those old days of pioneering, but present society will have none of such doings. It has got itself by the bootstraps, so to speak, and pulled up to higher levels. Its midnight luncheon must have French names tacked on to it. It must be up to the snuff and written on paier. Modern Dakota society discovered that it could not keep house on home grown manners, and so it has leen importing. Newport has contributed, the New York divorce world has given it a flavor, and even Paris and London and Berlin have sent tbeii bleetungg, all duly scented and perfumed. The Indian and the buffalo and the fellow with one stuspen ttT and his sleeves rolled no will have to look out for our social Jaggernaot A Purgative Pleasure. If you ever took DeWitt's Little Early Risers for billiousness or constipation you know what a purgative pleasure is These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile with out producing unpleasant effects. They do not gripe, .sicken or weaken, but give tone and strength to the tissues and organs involved. W. H. Howell of Houston, Tex., says: "No better pill can be used than Little Early Risers for constipation, sick headache, etc." Sold by Cook & Odee. Constipation causes two-thirds of all sickness in the world. Wnv suffer when Rocky Mountain Tea will makt you well and keep you well? cents. —Frank Smith. NU VIOLENCE OFFERED. Chicago Mobs Awed by Heavy Police Guard. Chicago, Nov. The Chicago City railway, encouraged by ita success the previous day in sending cars on three trips over the entire Wentworth Av enue tine and return—a total of eigh teen miles—resumed operations at 8 a. m. under heavy police guard. Under practically the same police tactics four cars left the Wentworth avenue barns in the southern out skirts of the city at 8:40 a. m. and headed toward the business district, nine miles distant. Police aboard the cars, in patrol wagons ami almost cordoning each side of the avenue made interference an undertaking dif ficult and hazardous in the extreme. A larga crowd about the Seventy seventh street barn jeered and hooted at the police and carmen as the cars moved out, but offered no violence. A hundred policemen massed at that point kept the crowd at a safe dis tance. Police Captain Shlppy, with a detail of police, rode on the first car. At Thirty-ninth street Inspector Lavin was waiting to take the ears the remainder of the way. No relaxa tion in police vigilance was apparent. Eight to ten men were stationed In every block and the crowds were kept moving. The first round trip was completed in practically schedule time and was attended by no exciting incident. While the police guarded cars on Wentworth avenue the cable line, which had been kept in motion since the strike began, came to a standstill as the result of a walkout by engin eers and firemen employed at the powerhouse. Now V«rk Teacher* Organize. New Vork, Nov. 16.—Practically all the teachers In the public schools of Greater New York have been brought together in a powerful organization, comparing in a favorable light numerically with any trades union in the city. The organization will be known as the Interborough Council of Teachers. Nearly 13,000 employes of the hoard of education are members of the council. Ironworker* Strike. Chicago. Nov. 16.—As a eorifMNfWWice of the general reduction in wages in the iron trades the mills of the In land Steel company, the chief indus try at Indian Harbor, Ind.. have closed for an indefinite period. The imrn liiate cause of the shutdown was the trike at midnight of 350 members of the Amalgamated Association of Iron workers. Daisy—There's nothing like deep breathing and Rocky Mountain Lea to make broad shoulders, a fino figure and good health Tea or tablet form. ceota. The Pleasure of Eating. Persons suffering frotn indigestion, dys pepsia or other stomach trouble will tind 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 aud every bit of the nutriment that your food contains is assimilated and approp jiatcd by the blood and tissues. by Cook & Odee. Tito Soiwelle Bold Cltjr l.otn for residence purposes, flar sale, §15 to 1300.—E. Sheridan. Distress After Eating Cured. W. T. Holland of (Ireensburg, La., who is well and favorably known, says: "Two years ago I suffered greatly from indigestion. After eating, great distress would invariably result, lasting for an hour or so and my nights were restless. I coucluded to try Kodol Dyspepsia Cure and it cured me entire ly. Now uiy sleep is refreshing and di gestion perfect." Sold by Cook it Odee. ••••e+ee+eeeeeeeeeeeeeeee TABLETS PENCILS NOTE BOOKS COMPOSITION FINE BOOKS and STATIONARY «t I: COOK & ODEE MMIMMIMMOMIMMM Hat by or Soft $3.00 COPYRIGHT I90J tfl DAVID ADIXR (jiONi CLOTHING CO f- BOY'S SUITS and OVERCOATS From the best makers in America are here. Splendid Values at $3, $4, $5 and $6. J. 1. K1EBIE8S SOU Palace Heat Market Having re-engaged in busi ness, we solicit the patronage of former customers and new ones. We carry the choicest meats and will guarantee to please. o o o 0 o u o o o o o o o o 0 4» o o o o 4» 4* WE MAKE Rubber ST A HPS NOTARY & CORPORATE SEALS And Carry a Full Line ©f Self Inking Stamp Pad* Numbering Stamps Dating Stain]* Stamp Ink (all colon) if i¥ Automatic Xuintjering Machines Solid Rubber Type Tyiewriter Ribbons 4» 4» i 4* i Typewriter Paper Manifold Paper Carlion sj«er Everything in this line for Bank and ollice use. Our prices meet all competition, 1-&"Write for catalogue and price list. 4 O 4» 4 4» 4» 4 4» 4t 4 4 4* O 4 4» 4 4 O 41 THE DAILY LEADER HADISON, S. D. 44 Grinager Bros. ^ts.4 THE CLOTHIERS. A winter at moderate cost. Your Money back on Demand. THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, NOV. 19, 20 and 21. J. J. FITZGERALDS SPECIAL SALE OF FURS. Everything in the line of Capes, Jackets, Muffs, Boas,up-to date, Nobby Styles. i Clarendoa I A Luxurious Ouercoat Which In fit, fabric and workmanship you'll find as satisfactory, or more so than any that was ever made to your order, by an exclu sive custom tailor, may be worn by you this Call at our store and we will show you a complete assortment of models of the most sty lish Overcoats, such coats as will please the ultra, as well as the moderate fashionable men Olid the prices a great deal less than you'd pay tailor for like quality. OUR HAND-MADE OVERCOATS at $15, $20 and $25 are OHILDRENS COATS AT PRICES that are bound TO SELL THEM. THE FAIR SECOND GRAND FALL OPENING at MISS MUELLER'S Milliner^ Store OR THE Short flour S^brc A Large Ukplay of ^aUera Hats as well u ffekby Street Wear. Come and make my Stort your resting rface and M)oy looking at Beautiful Hats. Hiss k. M. flueller. Shirts Mew Styles for Winter $1.25 Exceptional Values. MEN'S WINTER UNDERWEAR Bigger and better assortment than ever Thoroughly honest values, at garm«i& 50c., $1.00, $1.50 and $2.00.