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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, March 30, 1909, Image 1

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FINALLY ENDS
Servia Surrenders to the
Demands of Europe.
POWERS
te
Leave Belgrade.
Bplsrade, Servia, March 30. flerrta
has surrendered completely to the de
mands of Europe and the tension of
six months over the Balkan situation
tas come to an end. The action of
Servia probably will set the Balkan
"question at rest for many years.
The ministers here of Great Britain,
France, Russia and Italy have verbally
informed the Servian government of
their recognition of the annexation of
Bosnia and Herzegovina by Austria
Hungary. They advised Servia tc
consider the question closed and to
issue a circular note to all the powers
acknowledging this annexation and at
the same time to assure Austria-Hun
gary of her peaceful intentions revok
ing all claims to indemnifying conces
sions.
Servia undoubtedly will swallow
this bitter medicine and follow tie
advice of the powers.
KING PETER TO ABDICATE
Servian
Ruler and Family Preparing
to Leave Belgrade.
London, March 30.—Special dis
patches received here from Rome and
Vienna give rumors that Peter, the
king of Servia, and all the members
of his family are preparing to leave
Belgrade.
The meRsage from Rome says that
King Victor Emmanuel has received a
letter from Belgrade to the effect that
King Peter and his sons are going to
flwitserland. King Peter suggests
MADISON OPERA
IN JOINT ACTION
Notify Servian Government of Their
Recognition of the Annexation of
Bosnia and Herzegovina by Austria
Hungary and Advise Former Couri
try to Consider Question Closed
King Peter and Family Preparing
Vi*M
HOUSE
Hunt &. Colgrove, Props.
THURSDAY, APRIL 1
Hiiliard Wight & Co.
....PRESENTING....
THE POWER
Of
THE
CROSS
KINO PETER OF SERVIA.
that the youngest son of Prince Ntell*
olas of Montenegro take the crown of
Servia. The kir? of Italy, according
to this dispatch, does not oppose the
abdication of King Peter, but will
urge that Peter's son Alexander suc
ceed him.
The dispatch from Vienna says that
an influential party in the Servian
parliament is agitating against the
KarageorgevHch dynasty, the family
of King Peter, and discussing either
the Duke of Teck or Prince Arthur of
Connaught as possible successors to
the throne.
CONDUCTOR HOLDS THE SACK
Train Kebber Uses Railroad Man ae
His Assistant.
Fairfield, Neb., March 30.—A masked
train robber held up train No. 9, the
Lincoln and Fairfield local on the
Burlington, forced the co/iductor to
carry a sack through the passenger
coach and collect tribute from the
passengers—nineteen women and two
men—which he pocketed and dropped
off the rear end of the train. The
train was stopped by a red signal
near the bridge a mile east of here.
The conductor thinks the robber se
cured about $200 and seventeen
watches.
General Outlook improved.
New Yor!t, March 27.—Dispatches
to Dun's Trade Review Indicate a
tendency toward conservatism in
many lines of trad", but the general
outlook is improved, particularly in
the Wen
VW*.
BUSY CAY 3F
SPEECHMAKING
Last Week of General De
bate on Tariff BiL
JAMES
CENSURES CARNEGIE
Kentucky Democrat Says Ironmaster
Has Established Libraries Where
Hungry Men May Read of Feasts
They Could Not Attend—Cushman
of
Washington Pleads for Better
Protection to American Lumber.
Washington, March 30.—What prob
ably will'be the last week of general
debate on the Payne tariff bill was
begun In the house of representatives.
The session convened at 10 o'clock,
with every prospect of a busy day of
speechmaking.
Declaring* that the Payne bill "goes
one step further in the pillaging of
humanity" Mr. James of Kentucky
asked "what is the reasonable profit
that the Republicans claim the meas
ure would allow? Who shall decide?'
he asked. "Shall it be left to Andrew
Carnegie' Pricked by a conscience
that has allowed him to loot for many
years Mr. Carnegie," he said, "com
menced to establish in the variolas cit
ies and towns of the country libraries
where hungry, ragf men may read
of feasts they could not attend „and oi
comforts they could not have." He
asserted that the so called reasonable
profit was to be upon watered stock
and fictitious values. Mr. James also
characterized the tariff on farm prod
ucts "a delusion, snare and a moot
consummate fraud."
Mr. Cushman of Washington, the
new Republican member of the com
mittee on ways and means, pleaded
for better protection to American lum
ber and for a duty on coal. The Dem
ocrats, he said, had characterised the
bill as iniquitous, but while there were
some features not entirely to his lik
ing he did not condemn it as a whole.
Mr. Cushman's declaration that the
conditions were far better today than
they were under Democratic rule was
disputed, by Mr. Weisse of Wisconsin.
%|b Wei«£
J^ared
MADISON, SOI'TH DAKOTA, T1ESDAV, IV ARCH 30, 1909
ATTRACTION
EXTRAORDINARY
Unexcelled in
Dramatic Power
Unequaled in
Artistfc Strength
4?
A SCENIC PRODUCTION
AN EXCELLENT COMPANY
A MERITORIOUS PLAY
itl! Tin
lal)iri i: n.» •. untry had ri
out of work and that there had been
failures to the amount of $609,00©,io0
in the last two years.
Mr. Cushman spoke for two hours
and fifteen minutes ard received an
ovation when he sat down.
TAFT DISCUSSES THE TARIFF
Strongly Favors Reduction of Duty on
Necessities.
Washington, .March 30.-—President
Taft talked tariff with Senator Hale
of the senate finance committee, with
Representative Dalzell of Pennsyl
vania, with Representative Hinshaw
of Nebraska and with John Barrett,
director of the Bureau of American
Republics. It is said that the presi
dent is letting it be understood that
he strongly favors a reduction of the
tariff on all Of the necessities of life.
The Payne bill repeatedly has been at
tacked in the house debate as impos
ing too heavy a burden upon the poor
and as favoring the richer classes,
The impression that has been created
i by so much of this talk has been any
thing but gratifying to the adminis
tration, it is flaimed, and matters
have not been greatly improved by
the criticism that too much considera
tion appears to be in prospect for the
special interests and not enough for
the consuming public.
President. Taft is known to be
strongly oiiosed to the proposed tax
on tea. !t Is stated that this tax
would yield about $8,000,000 annually.
The president believes that this
amount could he made up bv an excise
tax- cn the dividends of corporations
or by some methods of stamp taxation.
He does not believe that the burden
of raising this additional $3 for,'i00
should be placed upon the rank and
file of cons n in
era.
CHOCTAW INDIAN REVIVAL
Umteual
Oeeurre.n:cs
Fail t# Interrupt
Services.
Durant," Ok'a., March 29.—An tin us
ual record was established at the re
ligious? revivrl aniens Choctaw Indians
in Bryant courty. Almost at the open
ing of the meeting an Indian woman
gave birth to a beby and the event
occasioned no interruption.
The second day Raymond Wilson
and Ben Wade, fuljblcods, quarreled
while e'lder the influence of liquor
and Wi' :on kilted Wade. This inter
rupted the service otly for a few mo
ments during t!"e figfce. Three Indiana
were convirted by the minister and
the meet!®?
ftilg fcokr.
DRUGGIST
Complete Optical Room
Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs
ijuick'y, strengthens the lun^js and ex
els co *g. Get the genuine in a yellow
package,—J. H. Anderson.
Fortify now against the Grip—for it
comes every season sure! Preventics—
the little Candy Cold Cure Tablets—of
fer in this respect a most certain and
dependable safeguard. Preventics, at
the "sneeze stage" will, as well, also head
off all common colds. But, promptness
is all important. Keep Preventics in
the pocket or purse, for instant use. Box
of 48 for 25c. Sold by Chris Schuts.
A PLAY
That Appeals to all Classes of
AMUSEMENT
PATRONS
Will Please the Most
FASTIDIOUS
A MORAL LESSON
Specialties Between the Acts
PRICES CUT ACCOUNT OF LENT
Prices:- 50c 35c 25c
Seats on Sale at Jones Bros. Tuesday morning
LOOM END SALE
Bright and Snappy Bargain Array in
WALL PAPER
We are over stocked and in order to clean up
quickly will sell 2000 Double Rolls at from
5c to 10c Per Double Roll
We have a few odd rolls that we will sell at a
cent a roll. Come early and get your choice.
A N E S O N
Big reduction in leather upholstered
rockers at (iex Beek'B furniture store
for ibe next ten days. Better secure
one of these buigaiue.
DR. H. P. GULSHNE,
...DENTIST../
PH0NE»293
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JEWELER
yiMMM nit
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A. F. Laity, Optician
.^rou positively cured in 20 minutes
with Dr. Shoop'sCroup Remedy. One
-K ne will surely prove this truth.
N oiiiiting.no distress. A safe and
-jn syrup—35c. 8old by Chris
Be nut*
JJR. O. ESTREM,
Physician aad SwgeMt
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HOUSE PHONE, Grata 43§'t*v
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