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ESTABLISHED n IS«O fHEOU) RELIABLE Absolutely Pure |HEME IS NO SUBSTITUTE MRS. NATION EJECTED PERSISTS IN ENDEAVOR TO SEE THE PRESIDENT AND IS FORCIBLY REMOVED. IIYS A VISIT TO THE SENATE ALSC ATTEMPTS TO MAKE AN ADDRESS FROM GALLERY AMD LANDS IN POLICE COURT. Washington, NOT. 20.—Mrs. Carrif Nation appeared in the principal role of a sensational scene at the White House during the day. Her request to see the president being refused sht became violent and had to be taker from the executive offices by two po llee officers. As she was being escort ed from the building she shouted at the top of her voice, gesticulating violently: "I am going to pray for a Prohibi tion president and we will have one one who will represent the people and BOt the distillers and brewers. You Miy put me out of the building, but it a brewer or liquor dealer were here would have been admitted at once." Accompanied by a young newspaper nan Mrs. Nation called at the execu tive offices and asked to see President Roosevelt. She gave her card to the venerable doorkeeper, Arthur Sim mon8, who, recognizing the name, im mediately proffered her an autograph album in which she inscribed the fol lowing: "Carrie A. Nation, Your I.oving Home Defender. "Vote for prohibition of the Itqnor curse." While awaiting an answer to her request Mrs. Nation said she wanted to see the president about several matters. "I understand he carried a dive full Of liquors on his Western trip that he smoked cigarettes on the steps of the capitol at Topeka that his flag ban on it a coat of arms. Are these things so?" Her Request le Refused. Assured she had been misinformed •fee replied: "Ob. well, I want to see him any way ami have a talk with him." Presently she was informed that the president could not see her. "Well, that's funny," she cried out, remarking on the number of United 8tates senators and representatives who were passing in and out of the president'8 office. "I see a lot of men going in and out of his office. I should like to know why they can see the president and we mothers and sisters of the country can't get near him. 1 'want an ex planation of that and I'm going to have it." She insisted that she must see Sec retary Loeb and in a few minutes she was ushered into his office. While she was awaiting her turn to talk to Mr. Loeb the four Democratic representa tives of Pennsylvania and the two Re publican representatives of New York happened to pass through the office. Mrs. Nation immediately began to lecture them on the evils of the liquor traffic. "Madame." broke in Secretary ioeb, I am compelled to request you to dis continue your talk. If you want to deliver a lecture you will have to go outside. These are my offices." "You are mistaken," shouted Mrs. Nation hysterically. "These are the people's offices. I propose to do what 1 can right here and now to crush the liquor reptile. You tell me that the president is too busy to see me, but 1 tell you that I don't believe it." Loeb Summon* an Officer. Secretary Loeb beckoned to Oflkwr Dairy tuple, who had followed Mrs. Na tion into the office, to take her out. The officer took her gently by the arm and eteorted her back into the recep tion hall. There she began to rave about the president conducting a liquor dive on his special train. Officers Dalrymple and Kemp were obliged io use some force to induce' her to leave the executive offices and finally conducted her outside of the White House grounds. Mrs. Nation went direct to the Cap itol after leaving the White House1 mnd ib IftoWtlfoilil After sitting quietly for a tew minutes she arose and attempted to make a speech, but was taken in charge by a doorkeeper and hurried out of the building. Mrs. Nation was taken from the Capitol to the police court, where she was arraigned on a charge of disorder ly conduct. She was found guilty and sentenced to pay a fine of $25. This she promptly paid. Mrs. Nation made an appeal for as sistance and by the sale of souvenir hatchets, with a sum she had, paid her fine. Mrs. Nation acted aa her own at %rney. DARING ROBBERY PERPETRATED. Thief Takes $960 From Under Sleep ing Woman's Pillow. Minneapolis. Nov. 20.—The boldest sneak thief act yet reported to the police was that perpetrated during the night when thieves took a purse containing from under Mrs. Lil lian Harrington's pillow without awak ening the woman. .Mrs. Harrington lives at 1018 First avenue south. She recently sold her Interest in a boardinghouse and she f.cpt the money under her pillow. The empty pocketbook was found in the backyard. QUICK ACTION LIKELY NEW CANAL TREATY MUST BE RATIFIED AT PANAMA. Provisions of Convention Just Signed More Favorable Than Agree ment With Colombia. Washington, Nov. 20.—It has beea decided that the Panama canal treaty shall be ratified at Panama. The commission which arrived here Wednesday night will sail Dec. 1 for that state, arriving there on the 7th. It is expected that between that date and Dec. 10 the treaty will be ratified. NEW CANAL TREATY SIGNED. Convention Between the United States and Panama. Washington. Nov. 20.—The new canal treaty between the United States and the new republic of Panama has been signed by Secretary Hay and Minister Runau-Varilla. it consists of between twenty-two and twenty five articles, but the main points of the convention are contained iu the first six articles. Panama cedes to the United States whatever land or lands throughout the republic of Panama this govern ment shall find desirable in connec tion with the building or operation and maintenance of the canal. In addition the treaty gives to the United States absolute sovereignty over the canal strip, which, it is under stood. comprises between eight ami ten miles on each side of the canal. Within this zone the power of the United States is as absolute as if the scene were part and parcel of this country. in general it may be said that while the new treaty contains many of the provisions of the failed Hay-Herran treaty it is not based on that conven tion. but follows not only the spirit but the letter of the Spooner act. Thus instead of the lease for a fixed period ot the canal strip this new treaty pro vides for a perpetual grant of the right of way to the United States, and instead of a complicated provision for courts of mixed composition- half American and half Colombian—to ad minister justice over the canal strip, the new treaty permits this govern ment to exercise the most complete jurisdiction thereupon. Permission is also given the United States to fortify the line and the ter minals and it may police it with troops. EXCITEMENT ABATING. Conditions at Bogota Becoming More Normal. Washington. Nov U0.—The state de partment has received a cablegram from Minister Heaupre, date Bogota, two clays ago, saying that the excite inent was abating. Minister Beau pre also stated he was finding great difficulty in convincing the Colombian government that the United States meant what it said re garding its action toward the iathmiaa republic. STATES MAY SECEDE. Two Wish to Join the New Republic of Panama. Washington, Nov. L'O.—The state de aitment has received advices that the departments of Cauca and Anti quoia of Colombia are seeking to sep arate from that government and are soliciting admission into the Panama republic. Germany Desires the Canal. Berlin, Nov. 20.—The foreign office here has expressed entire satisfaction with the rapid progress of Panama af fairs and will congratulate the United States, the day when the first ship cresses the isthmus, which, the offi tiais say, cannot come too soon. ftlOROS IN A STATE OF UNREST. Conditione in Jolo, Philippine Islands, Far From Peaceful. Manila. Nov. 20.—The conditions in Jolo indicate several weeks' fighting. The Moros generally are in a state of unrest. Sixty-five prisoners have escaped at Cagayan. Among them are a cumber 1 oI desperate character* itlftDi ALL EFFORiS FUTILE ATTEMPT TO SETTLE CHICAGO STREET CAR STRIKE BY AR BITRATION FAILS. CONTINUED WITH RENEWED VIGOR TEAMSTERS EMPLOYED BY THE COMPANY CALLED OUT BY THEIR UNION. Chicago, Nov. 20.—All efforts of the mayor to secure arbitration of the differences between the Chicago City Railway company and Its striking em ployes have failed. This announcement was made fol lowing a series of conferences be tween Mayor Harrison and his media tion committee of aldermen and coin mittces representing the company and the strikers. It was stated that the day's meet ings developed no common meeting ground for the opposing sides and that for the present there Is no sign of an amicable settlement.' A meeting of the executive councils of all Teamsters' unions was called to meet during the afternoon to take ac tion upon the refusal of Mayor Harri son to accede to a demand by the Chi cago Federation of Labor that the po lice be recalled from the car lines pending negotiations for arbitration. A novel and annoying trouble for the company has arisen in the refusal of ash removers to work at the street railway powerhouses. It developed that sentiment rather than fear, the alleged reason of their refusal to work, was responsible for the men's attitude as they are not unionists. The com pany produces eighteen cars of cin ders daily and it is fast piling up about the plants, TEAMSTERS CALLED OUT. Supplies for Street Railway Company Cut Off. Chicago, Nov. 20.—Renewal of hos tilities between the City Railway com pany and the employes of that asso ciation began early in the day. follow ing the failure of attempts at arbitra tion. The first development in the warfare was the strike of all the team sters in the employ of the company. In all sixty drivers quit work. The strike of the teamsters was in obedience to the command of the Teamsters' Joint council. It is the in tention of the Teamsters' union, if pos sible, to prevent the delivery of coal and supplies to the railway company and the operation of its repair wagons. Thus far the company has been aide to keep three days' supply of coal in its bins and no fear is admitted by the officials that there is clanger of the powerhouse's having to be shut down from lack of fuel. The action of the joint council was taken, according to the official records, because Edward Dwyer. a member of the Teamsters' union, refused to haul nonunion electric- workers in his wag on and was thereupon discharged. Dwyer is secretary for the Street Car Teamsters' union. The tieup on the Halstead Street line of the Chicago City railway was broken durinff the day by placing in commission five tars. This is the fourth line to be opened and operated in a limited way. Limited seivice on the Indiana, Cot tage Grove Avenue and Wentworth Avenue lines was maintained during the day with little trouble. Police de tails accompanied each car and each train sent out, but the force of patrol men stationed along the three lines previously opened was materially re duced to provide protection for the Halstead Street line, which traverses a district in which trouble is believed to be more likely to occur. GUESTS OF LORD MAYOR. King and Queen of Italy Arrive In London. London, Nov. 2».—-The welcome of King Victor Emmanuel and Queen Helena of Italy to Ixjndonr as the guests of the lord mayor and corpora tion was of a remarkably cordial char acter. From the moment of their ar rival at Paddington station, except when traversing Hyde park, the royal procession passed beneath one long canopy of bright colors, enhanced here and there by triumphal arches. Each side of the route was fringed by troops, hehind whom thick masses of people gave the royal guests a splen did reception. The weather, which was risp and bright, lent itself to the holiday making. Upon arriving at the Guild hall a banc)net was served. After the lord mayor had toasted King Victor Em manuel and Queen Helena the king re plied to the lord mayor, thanking him in behalf of himself and the queen for the splendid hospitality extended to them and for the address of welcome. ALL ON BOARD DROWNED. Pishing Smack Sunk by British Tor pedo Boat. Devenport, Eng.. Nov. 20.—The tor pedo Ioat destroyer Falcon collided in the channel during the night with a fishing smack. The latter sank and all hands aboard of her were drowned. The Fah-on's bows were smashed and one of tier crew *was killed. put Into Devenport for repairs. n ed. A I I*r(. C' il^tr MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 20. 1»08 11904 Calendars Free 1904 I have some handsome 1904 Calendars which I will give away to all my customers who will balance their accounts before Jan. 1, X)4, also to all cash customers whose trade has been sufficient to entitle them to one. These Calen dars r.re handsome ornaments for any home. E. L. KINQSLEY, THE HARDWARE HAN. irrnr amwwwrnnir rmrr.r.r.r.r, rrr.rr,r rciT.r:cicnrf5riaaoiiiHBB bobbbd FRESH BAKED GOODS AT EVfcRYDAY J. E. COLE'S We are doing our own baking now and can supply cus 1 e tomers with ail kinds of Baked Goods. fresh invoice of Chocolates and Hamm's Beer ON DRAUGHT AT PREPARED BY FOREIGN MINISTER Colombia's Reply to American Recog nition of Panama. New York, Nov. 2».—Official reply was made today, says the Herald's Hogota (Colombia) correspondent, un der date of Nov. 13, to the note pn sented by United States Minister P.eaupre informing the Colombian gov ernment that Washington had entered into official relations with the repub lic of Panama. The reply was framed by Senor Carlos llie-os, minister foreign affairs, who vigorously defends his government and threatens io marc an army on Panama unless the United States immediately recedes from its position. That ihe Colombians are willing to fight to maintain their dignity and. it possible, retake Panama, is shown iy the strong support offered the govern ment and the popular approval of Mm ister Ricos' stand. The minister in his note to the Unit ed States, through Mr. Heaupre, say "The Colombian government p"n teste Energetically at the attitude taken by the United States. By tin recognition of Panama and the wai i. ing that the United States will urn Hiiow Colombia to put down the reb The note concludes by stating th.i' "a prompt reply is awaited from Warn lngton as the Colombian army is reah to march on Panama at once.'* College Students III With Fever. Willianistown, Mass.. Nov! 20. Seven Williams college students are at the eolh'ge infirmary ill with typhoid fever and four of the cases are pn nounced critical. In addition fom men are under medical care and then physicians are watching for typhoid symptoms. The origin of the fever .11 the college is not known. Texas National Bank Closed. Washington, Nov. 20.—The Farme: s' National bank. Henrietta. Tex., s been closed by direction of the comp troller of the currency. Miller Wen. national bank examiner, has been n pointed temporary receiver. Will Protect American Legation. Bogota, Nov. 2d.—'The Colombian irovernment will protect the American legation and American citizens he: There is no fear of a demonstration a«ainet Lhasa. THE SAN JUAN BUFFET W. F. 0I05SI, Prop. a Special orders solicit* Bon Bons just received. Flour, Feed, Seeds, Rock Salt, Gasoline and Kerosene Oil. MADISON i lion the heretofore friendly relations existing between the two govern men have arrived at such a critical stiii that it is absolutely impossible to cm tinne diplomatic relations unless tin Washington government should imme diately give notice that it has no in tention to prevent Colombia from re taking the isthmus or to extend any recognition to the belligerents." HARTFORD FLOUR, BALTIC FLOUR, 1 Just Received I an Invoice ot Albany 9 i i I a a a 9 a I si Li 2) WOONSOCKET FLOIW. FIRST DOOR WEST OF POSTOFFICE. HENRY HU1DEPIEK. Buckwheat Flour and Monarch Maple Wm. 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