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$* & ^cv* A^ S. ji 3 -'v5fc -40! I N* .4 4 ?*,.\ '5- &" K^' $b\ $ St r, •ivs T-»r' -Tv" "1 S *p« ttlri t-»-V ni '5 1 4-v t/ flax I e &• "HT RECORD y 1 *V' "1 ,r & 'V*5U* rv- }l V V 1 &<T AA '.' I IS S&- %,, i %lK%f ,V &»? fej «. .v a Or to Fred W. Upbftm. Assistant Ttttmuer, Illlnola Summary of Rlermakcrs*weekly Cksmltbs* weekly wage .. week) y-'&xc.. BrlekUjtfr*' wage... Carpenters' *««kiv wuk«.... OeSHpOSUora* wtx-kl w«ir«.. B«4 earriers* weekly wage., lrea •Mtddert' w««kiy wane. Laborers' weekly w rit* ..,.. MaehtaUU" weekly wag* ... Palaters' weekly wag« ,.... Phnktif wwklj wage Stonecutters' weekly wage... •tMMNMJVHM' weekly wag* CetaJ ... tvenn weekly wage .. •.^p^ V -"V *.*' & j"v y U«IMU SCSI MB ROCKY MOVRIMI STATES lEPiailCUl Ton want Mr. Tuft and Mr. Sherman elected, and they cannot fee elected unless the ltcpuMlcnn National u A SUFFICIENT ANSWER." —W. J. Bryan, ia Letter to Preside** ftimnv»||» 'Obp/rl^Ut, IMS, .vmer lcan-Jaonul-ExaiDlaw, to*®* Committee has sufficient money t0 pay the legitimate expenses of the campaign. It coats money to maintain an organization. It requires money to pay for printing, post age, salaries or stenographers and clerk* at headquarters, traveling ex ttensea of speaker* and numerous other details that go to make the campaign end successfully. Congress, aa you know, has passed a law making It unlawful for us to solicit money from corporations. We Bloat depend ui*m the contributions of lndivldnnl voters. If every Re publican in this Western DlviFion would contribute one dollar to the mmpalgn fund, we will be able to do all the things that the votera want done we will be able to elect Taft and Sherman. Will you help? If K, please send one dollar to the chairman of your State Finance Committee, whose name appears in the list following, or aend it direct to me and you will reeHve the official receipt oft the Republican tional Committee. Respectfully, 'V^ .-^V & FBI5D W. OPHAM. *f V.i,' Assistant Treasurer^'$ Contributions may T*}~Bent~1y' cheek or money ordet to any of iMt following named chairmen of the various State (Inane* committees Colorado, Hon. Whitney Newton, lenver. Idaho, Hon. Frank F. Johnson, Wnllneg, Illinois, Col. Frederick II. Smith, Teorlifc, Iowa, Hon. Lafayette Young, Dts MinM| Kansas, Hon. Frank E. Grimes, Topekn, Wages Is TUrtm Dltt»rt»i Trade* Ml the United States nl BarofM^ Great V 8. A. Britain, franc*. 1VR2 8 74 9 9 12 15 95 8.14 2«.2« t* 80 6.3« 17.79 10.03 9.64 22.38 a.»7. 8 5 1 18.74 00 17.80 10. ts %.4« 8.S8 5.70 "H5.40 13.18 »..m *7.42 16.90 8.09- A,-as. 14 21.70 t».»ar 'V^tr.35 20. TO 9.77 7.08 22.89 10.39 7.24 .1230 61 ft 18.31 "910.50 .« 18.20 9.10 1 M« IK OTBBB WOBD» la tbe Oalted States tot tvery |1.00 man iru ta tb* 19 tradea- B* earns H* *aras •e earns 8* earas —Taking tb* 4 European enuntrle* end averaging them—for tr«ry |1.00 4H* AsMiicaa workmen *arn» under Repwblk'an protection. THB BUKOI'RAN WORKMAN EARN8 8« CBNT8 $61? HB PPLO^'JJ^, ITY', Bis Decision l» tbe '"Volght Case" Vorerunner of Present Humane Statute. A. striking service to humanity which William H. Taft rendered in his judic ial career la recalled by Eugene'^F. Ware, former Commissioner of L'en ^ona, In a letter to the Kansas* City SUr. Mr. Ware refers to what was known as tbe "Voight case," which was Mp tog mate Taft in 1807. Judge Tafii although overruled by the Uftited States Supreme Court, is really the pioneer of a section of the present empire-era' liability law, which ara pa seed til rough the efTorts of RooKcvelt and a Republican and approved April 22. 190S. an express messenger Jtoji Job. had to sign an ^^pising the express com |Hty in cane lie wee i»- The express compttu.v msmf''4--- 4»o-j t't v Na J&-'\ Michigan, Hon. John N. Bagley, Detroit MlMourl, Hon. O. Whltelaw, 4(Hi North Second street, it lMftk Montana, Hon. Thomas A. Mnrlow, Helena. Nebraska, Hon. John Wharton. Omaha. Merw Mexico, Hon. J. W. Reynolds, Santa Fe. lforth Dakota, Hon. James A. Buchanan. Bndianai Oregon, Dr. W. Coe. Portland. South Dakota, Hon. O. W. Thompson, VermllllMU Washington, Hon. James D. Hoge, Seattle. I Vs- -4*y' it'. Iflcblgea -T vT' Barne# Oermany. B*lgt« I fl.02 6.29 «,37 0.4 7.0 I 4.21 4.0S 8.52 \'-«4.77 2.07 8.94 4.4« 7.S3 5.83 6.63 5.76 8.04 S.(/7 8.84 •8.88 4.22 »7eTa» $ a.io ISo-M I 8.M 60 cent* to Great Britaftl .. 88 Mntf In France 1 .. 84 centi In Germany .. 20 cent* tn Belgium bad a contract with the railroad ex empting the railroad from liability la the event of Injury to an express mes senger. Voight was severely Injured, and sued the railroad for damages on the ground of gross negligence, argu ing that the railroad company eoold not make a contract evading its re sponsibility. Judge Tuft gave Voight a judgment of $0,000 and costs, holding that the express company had no right to make such contracts that they were oppres sive, unreasonable and unjust, and were against public policy, and farther that the railroad company owed to the express messenger the same pubiio duty which it »wed to a passenger. The path blazed out by Judge Taft was followed in the new law referred to, which provides "That any contract, rule, regulation or device whatso ever, the purjHjfie or intent of which ahull be to enable any common carrier to exempt Itself from anjr liability ureaU-4 h* this act, stuUl to OUt lfr tent be void." v RECALLS HER SPECIAL ENVOY Bnlfaria Orders Agent in Turkey to Return. DENIES RUMORED BREAK New Government Insists Tfcat Nego tiations With Constantinople Have Not Been Terminated but Only In terrupt^ to Permit Its Representa tive to Report in Person to the Home Officiate. Sofia, Bulgaria, Oct gov ernment has ordered M. Dimitroff, its special envoy to Constantinople, to return here for new Instructions. This has given rise to fears that the Turco-iiulgarian negotiations looking to a settlement of the trouble that has arisen from Bulgaria's sudden dec laration of independence have become futile but the government Insists that these negotiations have not been broken that they have only been in terrupted to permit tbe envoys to re port adequately in person. Since the beginning of the crisis neither state has transmitted any messages in cipher. M. Dimitroff has been able to send only fragmentary open dispatches. Replying to the question whether Bulgaria intended to resume the nego tiations with Turkoy Foreign Minis ter Poprikoff said he hoped so, but he explained that M. Dimitroff's mis sion was practically over. He was sent to Constantinople primarily as a peace scout to reconnoiter tbe ground. Count Thurn, the diplomatic agent here of Austria-Hungary, had a long conference with M. Poprikoff. At the conclusion of his talk he said the prospects for peace were good, in spite of this hitch in the negol i »l ions It fs the opinion of the count that Bul garia eventually will consent to pay a moderate sum. about $12,000,000, to Turkey In lieu of tribute. The porte continues to maintain th» vlow that the question of the annexa tion of Bosnia and Herzegovina is a matter which concerns Europe and that its discussion cannot be excluded from the proposed international con gress. talt's New fork Majority* Those people, east and west, wTio are looking anxiously for political signs should not miss one of the largest significance regarding the re sult in the Empire State of New York. Upper Manhattan Island—that Is, the upper part of the old city of New York—which Is mainly Republican, shows a large increase of registration, while those sections of the lower part of the city, from which Tammany draws its fraudulent majorities, shows an equally significant decrease. While the increase in upper New York proves that the intelligent population of that section is rallying with greater ear nestness than ever to the supiort of Taft and Sherman and of a Republic an administration in the Interest of ail that tends to make the country pros perous, the decreased registration from the haunts of Tammany thugs and repeaters Indicates that the Re publican vote Is not to be offset this year by fraudulent Democratic ballots. It is and has been for years a crying shame that the vote of the great and often pivotal state of New York should be so largely affected by ballot box stuffers, who appear to have been, ac cording to sworn evidence In recent cases, in the pay of politicians closely connected with Democratic local lead ership and acting in the interest of Democratic candidates. Tbe Republic an legislature of New York has sought to remedy this wrong by surrounding registration with certain safeguards which do not hamper the honest voter, no matter how Illiterate or poor he may be, but which are calculated to deter the repeater and ballot box stuffer from going to the polls. The fact that thousands have been afraid to face the test is proof of the extent to which fraud has figured In New York city elections In the past and Is also an assurance, along with increas ed Republican registration, that the majority for Taft and Sherman In the Empire State will exceed considerably the conservative estimates made ear lier In the campaign. -^5r 15' LYDIA E.<p></p>PINKHAM'S i VEGETABLE COMPOUND LYDIA PINK HAM No other medicine for Woman's ills In the world has received such wide-spread and unqualified en dorsement as has Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound, made from native roots and herbs. No other medicine has such a record of success for woman's dis eases, or such hosts of grateful friends as has Lydia E. Fink ham's Vegetable Compound. for mere than 30 years it has been the standard remedy for feminine ills, Inflammation, Ulceration, and consequent Spinal Weakness. It has Telie ved more cases of Back ache and Local Weaknesses than any other one remedy. It dissolves and expels tumors in an early stage of development. Irregularities and periodic pains, Weakness of the Stomach, Indiges tion, Bloating, Nervous Prostration, Headache, General Debility,quickly yield to it also derangea organs, causing pain, dragging sensations and backache. I'ndcr all circum stances it acts in harmony with the female system. It removes that wearing feeling, extreme lassitude, dont care and 14 MAY REACH SETTLEMENT. Turkish View of Negotiatione With Bulgaria. Constantinople, Oct. 24.—The en voys sent here by Bulgaria to discuss the situation arising from Bulgaria's declaration of independence have left Constantinople for Sofia, where they will report, the result of their conver sations with the grand vizier. In spite of some divergence of views it Is ex pected that official negotiations be tween the two states soon will be opened. Tn the meanwhile a principle has been decided "upon for tho set tle ment of the question of the Bast Rou mellan rnllroad. This will be accom plished by a mixed Turco-Bulgarlan commission. want- to- be- left- alone feeling, excitability, irritability,nervousness, dizziness, faintness, sleeplessnessj flatulency,melancholy orthe"blues.' These are indications of Feminine disorders, which this medicine over comes as well as slight derangement of the Kidneys of either sex. Women who are sick and want to get well should refuse to accept any substitute for Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg' 1 ,r Compcund MEW ISSUE OF BONDS. Merger of All Rio Grande Lines Be comes Effective Denver, Oct. 24.—The merger of all the lines of the Denver and Rio Grande railroad was made effective by the filing of a mortgage for $150, 000,000. This mortgage secures a new issue of bonds. The sum of $90,000, 000 will be used for refunding out standing indebtedness, $25,000,000 to aid in the construction of the Western Facific railroad, now building from Salt Lake to the Pacific coast, and the remainder for extension of old and construction of new lines. Coincident with the filing of the mortgage came the dental of the re port that E. H. Harrlman would as sume control of the Western Pacific road. The statement was made that the Rio Grande owns two-thirds of the Western Pacific stock and that it would be impossible for Mr. Harrlman to take over the Western Pacific with out at the same time purchasing the Rio Grande. WABKET QU0TATI0H8. Minneapolis Wheat. Minneapolis, Oct. 23.—Wheat—Dec. $firstname.lastname@example.orgM»: May, $1.05%®1.05%. On track—No. 1 hard, $1.04% No. 1 Northern, $1.03% No. 2 Northern $1.01 1.01%j No. 8 Norther*. WicQ $1.00. St. Paul Union Stoek Yards. St. Paul, Oct. 23.—Cattle—Good to choice steers, $6.00$ 6.75 fair to good $r.00(R!f.7r good to choice cows and heifers, $4.(.)(Ji5.00 veals, $email@example.com ogs—$ 4. r. o 5.7 5. Sheep—W ethers $3.73 @4.00 yearlings, $firstname.lastname@example.org spring lambs, $email@example.com. Duluth Wheat and Flax. Dnluth. Oct. 23—Wheat—To arrivt and on track—No. 1 hard, $1.04*4 No. 1 Northern, $1.03*4 No. 2 Northern, $1.01% Dec.. $1.01% May, $1.05^ Oct., $1.0234 Nov., $1.03. Flax—Tc arrive and on track, $1.24 Oct., 1. 23% Nov.. $1.8*% Dec., flJS% May, $1.26%. Chicago Grain and .Provisions. Chicago, Oct 23. Wheat—Dec., May. $1.02% July, »7%c. Corn—Oct, 69c Dec., S«3%e May, «2* ®«2%c July, 62@62*4c. Oats—De 47"*^e: May, 49%c July, 44 %c. Pork—Oct., $13.45 Dec., $13. 55 Jan., 15.35 May, $15.25. Butter —Creameries, 20@26c dairies, 1S@ 23c. Kgjrs—24c. Poultry—Turkeys, 12Mc chickens, 8@8%o springs. ll%c. Chicago Union Stock YaNfe Chicago, Oct. 23.—Cattle—Beeves, $3.15Tt)7.50 Texans, $3.25®4.50 Wes ern cattle, $firstname.lastname@example.org stockers and feeders, $2.€0jii'4.45 cows and heifers, $1.50®5.10 calves, $6.00#8.00. Hogs Light, ?email@example.com: mixed, $5.20© 6.00 heavy, $5.20© 6.00 rough, $5.20 ©5.40 good to choice heavy, $S.40 @6.00 piM. $3.25@4.#0. Sheep, $2.40 @4.50 yearlings, I4.M0S.M lambs, $3.75©56«. v.1- 'X- r" A REVERT TO OLD COMPANY Cleveland People Refuse to Approve Transfer of Car Lines. Cleveland, Oct. 24.—Complete re turns from every precinct in the city in the referendum election show that tl)e so calteil Security Street railway fianrhise was defeated by the narrow margin of S05 votes. The total num ber of votes cast was 75,893, with 37, 644 in favor of the franchise and 38, 249 against it. As -a result of the failure of the people to approve the grant fhe entire street railway sys tun of th* city will revert to the Cleveland Railway company. The defeat of the franchise was doubtless brought about by what was held to be Ihc inadequate and-unsat isfactory service rendered by the Mu nicipal Traction company, the hold ing company which operated the lines on a 3-cent fare basis. The rate of fare to be charged by the Cleveland Railway company will not be an nounced until after a meeting of tbe directors. Jodfe Taft is shoeing that It Is not the number of speeches a candidate can make in a day, but what the can didate sn.vs. that counts. For fhe Best Seasoning You know the import ance of good seasoning do you fully appreciate how essential it is that the spices be always uniform and reliable—not only ground and packed for goodness, but selected by experts for quality. These advantages you get in PEFPBI ALLSPICE 6IMGM CI.0VES musi tag CANNON BRAND Sesled immediately after grinding— cannot deteriorate. Strength, flavor and quality are retained sir, moisture, impurities are kept out. an two Until of ip4oe»—TONE'S LAND IS THE BASIS OF ALL WEALTH Then come and see me, and I will sliow andOthe demand for Lake County farms is increasing. If you are in search of a Home in a Good Climate where you can raise Wheat, Oats Barley Corn, Potatoes and in fact everything adapted to this latitude and whete you ean successfully carry on Dairying & Stock Raising and where your family will have the advantages of GOOD SOCIETY GOOD SCHOOLS GOOD CHURCH FACILITIES Tou If you are renting land now, paying $3 to $5 annual rental, I wi]l show you iust as good land and sell it to you at what you wil: pay out in rental where you are in three years, and will give you easy terms ot payment If you want a good location in Madison lar^e number oi substantial buildings have been built in Madison the past season and theis steadilyj growing in population. Correspondence Solicited Chas. B. Kennedy, MADISON. SODTH DAKOTA. A FATAL MISTAKE i Often Made By the Wisest of South Dakota People. Don't delay until late, it i*i i back- It's a fatal mistake to neglect ache. backache is the first symptom of kidney ills. Kerious complications foil aw. Doan's Kidney Pills COW thtm promptly. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbnrn Co., Buffalo, New York, solo agent* for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's—and takp no other. A pleasing, geo4, tdgh- gpafl*. trtly flavored, amber colored oup of coffee can be had- and without the real Coffee danger, or damage to health—by simply lining Dr Shoop s new substitute, called "Health Coffee". Pure, wholesome, toasted cereals, malt, nuts, etc., make Dr Sboop's Health Coffee both healthful and satisfying. No20 to.'tO minutes ted ious boiling. "Made in a minute," says Dr. Shoop. If Served as ooffee, its taste will trick an expert. Test it and see C. A. Kellev & Son. Quick Relit for Asthma Sufferers Foley's Honey and Tar affords immed iate relief to asthma sufforers in th( worst^stages and if taken in time will egect a cure. J. H. Andereor. A. W. SPONHOLZ, mod "o/JW*." ftwos-n ammtm Det Moines. Iowa. ^Attorney at Law, iust what you want I have such for vou. Will Interest Many Every person shou'd know that good health is impossible if the kidneys are deranged. Foley's Kidney Remedy will curi kidney and bladder disease in every form, and will build up and strengthen these organs so they will perform their functions properly. No danger of Bright's disease or diabetes if Foley's Kidney Remedjr is taken, in time-—J, E. Anderson 3fillions of bottles of Foley's Honey and Tar have been sold without any person ever having experienced any other than beneticial results fr~m itB upo for coughs, colds and lung trouble. This is because the genuine Foley's Honey and ,, Tar in the yellow packaue contains no Lnttl it becomes diabetes Bngbl s opiates or other harmful drugs, iuard disease. your health by refu^ng any but the gen- •lohn James, employed on city work, living at the Central House, Bioux Falls, 8. D., says: "I bad suffeted with my back for months. It ached all tbe time right iu the loins the left side and np between the shoulders. I was never free from it day or night. A friend told me about Doan's Kidney Pills and a nnmlier of friends recom mended tbem to me so highly that I got :i box at a drug store aud legan using them. I never had any other medicine do me so much good, la time they cured me, and I have bad no return of tbe trouble." uine. J. H. Anderson. Rheumatism I havo found a tried anil tostcd dire for Rheu matism! Not a remedy that will Htnvi(fTt» ii th distort*.*] limbs of chronic cripplis, nor turn bony growths back to flesh upriun. That is impossible. But 1 »n now surely kill tho pain? and pangs oi this deplorable disense. In Ciemiany—witii a Chemist in tho City of Darmstadt—I found the last Ingredient with Which I)r. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy was made ft perfected, dependable prescription. Without that last ingredient. I successfully treated many, mahy msesof Rheumatism but now, at last, ltuni I fonnly cures all curable cases of this heretofore i much dreaded disease. Those sand-like granular I wastes, found in Rheumatic Hlood t-eein Kidissolvn and pass away under the action of this remedy u.i freely as does sugar when added to pure water. And then, when dissolved, these poisonous wastes fr"ely pass from the system, and the cans.' 01 Rheumatism is gone forever. There is now no real need—no actual excuse to suffer longer with iml twie W e sell, and in confident*) Or. Shoop's Rheumatic Remedy SCHUTZ & KETCHAM. WflRREH W. TOLLES TEACHER OF VOICE HARMON Yiand COM POSITION. Gfioir Training a Speeiailg '.'it Rocm& 5. Gtritfr Block TERM:-$.75 per Lesson of Forty Minutes. APPLY AT RESIDENCE ONE« BLOCK SOUTH OR EAST HALL i v •i i fi#.