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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, May 06, 1909, Image 4

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(DICTI) OR WITH CROWN CAP&
SEVEN PERSONS
SENT TO PRISON
Judgment Day in Pittsburg
Craft Cases.
Convicted CouncJImen and Others
Ctet From Eighteen to Forty-two
Months.
Pittsburg, May 6.—Sentences were
-^Imposed in criminal court by Judge
Robert S. Frazer on seven persons
convicted within the last few weeks
-in the municipal graft cases. Tile
Sentences follow:
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W. W. Ramsey, former national
^bank president, convicted of bribery,
one year and six months' imprison
ment and a fine of $1,000 Captain
John F. Klein, councilman, two years
'and a fine of $1,000 on the bribery
conviction and one year and six
^months on the conspiracy conviction
'"Joseph C. Wasaou and William Brand,
-former councllmen, each one year and
slx months and a fine of $500 for con
spiracy H. M. Bolger, hotelkeeper,
two years and a fine of $500 for brib
ery Charles Colbert and John Col
bert, convicted of attempting to bribe
Juror in the Ramsey bribery case,
.^two years and a fine of $500 each.
Former Bank Cashier A. A. Vilsaok
was not sentenced and it is said will
:Jnot
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be till after he has testified in
several other cases which are likely
to come up soon.
W. W. Ramsey made a plea for the
olemency of the court or at least post
ponement of sentence. He talked to
the court for fifteen minutes and pre
sented a petition containing the names
of 1,500 prominent men of the city.
Judge Frazer said he had strong
personal feeling in this case, but that
he could not see why the law should
be overlooked. He Bald also that
Ramsey had been given the benefit ot
every doubt.
Former Queen of Turf ftaMf.
Philadelphia, May 6.—Sunol, 2:08%,
former queen of the trotting turf, died
lAt Newtown Square, Pa., where she
was being kept for breeding purposes.
-Sunol was foaled in 1886 at the Palo
•lta (Cat.) stock farm of Senator
.Letamd Stanford, her sire being the
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THE MIGHTY WORKERS OF AMERICA
The true builders of our civilization and of our national industrial
supremacy.
No other
The King of All Bottled Beers
Every drop of which is alive with the strength of the finest northern barley and the tonic
powers of the costliest Saazer hops. We employ 6,000 highly trained men at our model
brewery to keep pace with the ever increasing demand for Budweiser, the natural drink
olAmerica.
-The Most Popular Beer in the World
HEAD OF WISCONSIN G. A. R.
Edwin D. Co#, Veteran Editor, Die* at
I Whitewater, Wit.
Whitewater, Wis., May 6.—Elwln
D. Coe, department commander of the
Grand Army of the Republic of Wis
consin and veteran editor of the
Whitewater Register, is dead from a
complication of heart trouble and
llrer and kidney disorders.
Mr. Toe was sixty-nine years of age.
He had been United States pension
agent in Milwaukee for ten years, re-
AllrY I\lf^ cwfrwrv tiring from that position about a year
B/tfllJL,! Ak IV LUML.il
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Former Bank President Personally
Pleads With Court, but la Sent Up
for a Year and a Half—Half Dozen
He had been a newgpapor man
_______ for forty years and served one term
as president of the Wisconsin Press
association.
Mr. Cue enlisted with the First Wis
consin oaralry during the Civil war.
FOUND DYING IN A BUGGY
Double Tragedy Result of Disappoint
ment in Love.
Indianapolis, May 6.—Arthur Stltt
and Miss Lesta Stroud were found
dying in a bugsy in Central avenue.
Stitt, it Is believed, had given the
woman carbolic acid with whisky and
then taken a dose of the poison him
self. Both died a short time after
they were found.
The tragedy Is believed to have
been the result of Stitt's being
spurned by the girl.
Despondency Cause of Act.
St. Paul, May 6.—Sitting on a box
In a shed in tiie rear of his boarding
house, calmly waiting for death to re
lieve him of his misery, John Huesler,
an aged bridge carpenter, was found
by Mrs. John Rau. in whose home he
is a boarder. Blood spurted from a
bullet hole In his temple and another
in his forehead. Ho was removed in
the police ambulance to a private hos
pital, where he died a few hours later.
Huesler, who was seventy-five years
of age, had undergone much hard luck
within the last two years and had
erown despondent.
Body In Ruins of Barn.
Goshen, Ind., May 5—Neighbors at
tracted to the farm of Samuel W.
Hoover by the burning of his barn
found the charred body of Hoover In
tho ruins. No trace of his wife could
be found.
Unwilling Bride Ends Life.
Chicago, May 6.—Mrs. Stepine Ru
dis, an unwilling bride of two days,
hanged herself in her new home and
Hras discovered an hour later by her
husband, William Rudis, whom she
had married under protest.
Weston in Excellent Conditio*.
HiggsvlUe. Mo., May 6.—Edward
Payson Weston, tie aged pedestrian
who is walking across the continent,
'«ft here at 7:30 a. tn., after having
rested but five hours. Ho Is in excel-
CQnOttioB.
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in the world can boast of such a masterful army of
patriotic, intelligent, strong bodied and well paid artisans and craftsmen.
No wonder they proudly toast one another in foaming glasses of health
gifing
Budweiser
J. 8. MURPHY,
Distributor
MADISON, S. B.
AGAIN ELECTED
Uses Lariat to Gain Votes in Omaha
Contest.
Omaha. May 6.—Mayor James
Dahlman and his lariat won the city
election by about 3,000 votes, a gain
of 2,0ft0 over his vote of three years
ago. John P. Breen was the Repub
Ucan candidate for mayor.
During the afternoon Dahlman, on
horseback, rode Into the Third ward
and from one election booth to an
other. His horse was kept on a gal
lop and ovor his head the mayor
swung a lariat. Now and then he
would stop close to a crowd, swing
the rope around his head and when
he let go It would sail straight as an
arrow and the noose would drop over
the head of some individual. This
was done time and again and although
It disgusted the workers on the other
side it buoyed up the Dahlmanites
and made more votes for their chief.
Smith on Leave of Absence.
Manila, May 6.—Governor General
James Smith, who has secured a long
leave of absence, will leave here next
Saturday. He will go first to Japan,
where he will embark on board the
Minnesota for Seattle. From Seattle
he will go to San Francisco and then
to Washington for a conference with
President Taft.
Famous Opera Singer Dead.
Lebanon, O., May C.~News was
given out here that Johanna Poebl
niann, famous opera singer, who sang
with Conried, died at a private sani
t&rluin here of pneumonia. She held
at the time of death a $5,000 per week
contract with Oscar Hammerstein,
tbo New York impressario. It is said.
Canadian Town Wiped Out.
Winnipeg. Man., May 6.—Fire wiped
out the little town of Wesley, twenty
five miles west of Nelson near th*
United States boundary. The Yale
Columbia Lumber company's mill, em
ployes' houses, several other buildings
and a stock of lumber valued at $250,
000 were destroyed.
Turks Occupy Persian Town.
8L Petersburg, May 6.—It is report
ed here that Turkish troops have oc
cupied Urumiah, in Northern Persia.
The Russian foreign office has no con
firmation of the rumor. Urumiah is
forty miles from the Turkish frontier
and a week's march from Tabrix.
Ends Life Following Quarrel.
Duluth, May 6.—Believing he had
killed his wife Peter Swenson, a ho
telkeeper at NIckerson, cut his throat
with a razor, dying almost instantly.
He had quarreled with his wife and
struck her over the head with s atone.
She will recover.
Inheritance Tax Bill Killed.
Jefferson City, Mo., May 6.—The
.Missouri bouse of representatives re
•Jected Qororaot Had ley's inheritance
tax measure. The vote was 46 to 73.
Tho bill provided an assessment of 2
per cent on all inheritances greater
than $10,000.
GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES
Minneapolis Wheat.
Minneapolis, May 5.—Wheat—May,
$12f% July, $1.25% Sept.. $1.07%
v 1.0,%. On track—No. 1 hard, $1.
291,4l.L'fl-% No. 1 Northern. $1.28%
#1.28% No. 2 Northern, $1.26%©
1.26?4 NO. 3 Northern, $1.21%©
1.25%.
8t. Paul Union Stock Yards.
St. Paul, May 5.—Cattle—Good to
choice steers, $5.00Si6.00 fair to good,
$4 .50'f/5.00 good to choice cows aud
heifers, $4.00ffi 5.00 veals, $5.00fr 5.75.
Hops—$6.00
ft
7.05. Sheep Wethers,
$5.50 ^(5.00 yearlings. $6.2
lambs, $7.00(ft7.50.
fa
0.50
Duluth Wheat and Flax.
Duluth, May S.—Wheat—To arrive
and on track—No. 1 hard, $1.28% No.
1 Northern, $1.28 No. 2 Northern,
$1.26 May. $1.25% July, $1.25%
Sept.. $1.08. Flax—To arrive and on
track, $1.«7% May, $1.67 Jaiy, $1.67
Sept., $1.45 Oct., $1.3»%.
Chicago Union Stock Yards.
Chicago, May 5.—Cattle—Beeves,
$5.00tfi 7.15 Texas steers, $4.60(0,5 75
Western steers, $4.70tfT 5.75 stockers
and feeders, $3.60tfr5.60 cows and
heifers, $2.40ft 6.2": calves, $5.O0(fi
7.00. Hogs—Light, $6.85ft 7.25 mixed,
?fi.95(f» 7.35 heavy, $7.00ft 7.40 rough.
$7.00^7 7.15 good to choice heavy,
$7.15®7.40: pigs. $5.75(?i6.75. Sheep
--Native, $3.80® 6.30 yearUogg^ $&£5
@7.50 lambs, $6.00^8.80.
Chicago Grain and Provfitom.
Chicago, May 5. Wheat—May,
fl.28 July, $1.15%@ l.t5% Sept.,
11.05 Dec., $1.02%U1 02%. Corn
May, 7l%c July, 69fi69%c Sept.,
67%c Dec., 58%c. Oats—May, 57%c
July, 50%'fr50%c Sept., 43((Mo%c
Dec., 4334c. Pork—May, $17.75 July,
$17.95©17.97% Sept., $17.95. Butter
—Creameries, [email protected] dairies, 19%
$24%c. Eggs—[email protected] Poultry—
Turkeys, 17e chickens, 16%c
Bprings, 15c.
FAIR EXCHANGE
A New Back for
an
Old One—
How it Can be Done in
Madison
The backaches at times with a
indescribable feeling, making you
wearj' and restless piercing pains shoot
across the region of the kidneys, and
again the loins are so lame to stoop is
Htiony. No use to rnb or apply a plas
ter to the back is this condition. You
cannot reach the cause. Exchange the
bad back for a new and stronger one.
Thomas Simpson, carpenter, Pipe
dtone avenue, Flandreau, S. D., says:
"I suffered from disordered kidneys for
a preat many years and nsed most
every remedy I learned of without
linding relief. The doctor* were un
able to nelp me and my case became
very serious. My back pained me in
cessantly and I aroee in the morning
languid and tired. Having read of
Down's Kidney Pills, I decided to try
tliem and procured a box. From tne
tirst I observed a decided change and in
a very short time my trouble had en
tirely disappeared. It is a great plea
sure to recommend this excellent pre
paration."
For »ale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milbura Co., Buffalo,
New Yoik, sole agents for tbo United
States.
Remember the name—Doan's—and
take no other.
Mr. P. G. Fntt*, Oneoata, N. Y
writes: "My little gi»l was greatly ben
ititted by taking Foley's Orino Laxa
tive, audi hiiik it is the hest remedy
for constiprtion and liver trouble."
Foley's Oriuo Laxative is beat for women
and children, a.s it is mild, pleasant and
ffective, and is a splendid spring medi
cine, as it cleanses the svstem and
ears the compleotion.—J. H. Anderson
iIMPLE REMEDY FOB LA GRIPPE
La Grippe coughs are dangerous as
hey frequently develop into pneumonia
Foley's Honey and Tar not only stops
ihe^ough but heals and strengthens
the lungs so that no serious results need
be feared. The genuine Foley's Honey
and Tar contains no harmful drugs and
s in a yell w package. Refuse, substi
tutes.—J. H.Anderson.
Q1AS. B. KENNEDY
President!
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Sure to Give Satisfaction.
OIVC* RCLIEP AT ONCC.
It cleanses, soothes, heals and protects the
lisous^l membrane resulting frm Catarrh
md drivesaway a Cold in the Ileuil quickly,
itesto os the Senses of Taste ami Bmoil
Easy to um\ Contains no injurious dnitjfl
Applied into the nostrils and absorbed.
L/irpe Size, 50 cents at Pruj/psts or 1 v
pia.il. Liquid Cream Balm for use in
(jtoniizeia, 75 ceuts.
SLY BRPTHFRS, 56 W«rr«n St. New York
Madison State Bank
MADISON, 1D
FARM LOANS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE
RATES
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C. KENNEDY.!
Vice PruMtni
LAND IS THE BASIS OF
ALL WEALTH
Lake County farms is increasing. II
are in search of a
Home in a Good Climate
where you can raise Wheat, Oats Barley Corr Potatoes and in
fact everything adapted to this latitude and wheie
you can successfully carry on
Dairying & Stock
Raising
and where your family will have the advantages ot
GOOD SOCIETY GOOD SCHOOLS
GOOD CHURCH FACILITIES
Then come and see me, and I will show
rou
II you are renting land now, paying #3 to $5 annual
rental, I will show yuu i ust as good iand and sell
it to you at what you wiL pay out in rental
where you are in throe ye^rs, and
will give you easy terms ol payment
If you want a good location
in
Madison
MADISON, SODTH DAKOTA.
FRED KURTH'S,
PHONE 195
VAL BLATZ BREWINQ CQ.
MILWAUKEE BEER
on draught at
"J.
L. J. AHMANN, Agent.
Peter Marquart & Son
Cement Walks, Foundations,
Bridges, Culverts, anything and
everything in Guaranteed Ce
ment Construction.
•SEE)
W. G. MARQUART,
or Leave Orders With Hackett & Sutton
W. KETCHAfl
the best grade of
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iust what you want
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lar^e number ot substantial buildings have been built
in Madison the past season and the cit^ is steadily
growing in population.
Correspondence Solicited
Chas. B. Kennedy,
have such for vou.
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PETER HEAGNEY
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