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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, May 20, 1909, Image 4

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i Close Friend of Mur
dered Police Officer.
SVav Tarit, MAT 19.—MartMil lot
death, the police believe, because he
had been a close friend of Lieutenant
Joseph Petroslno of the New York
... police department, who was assassi
nated In Palermo, Riogglo Pucclo, a
clgaruiaker, was assassinated as lu:
i wa» about o enter hia apartments on
Bast SCTent/ flfth Btroet. He dropped
dead on the threshold as a bullet
fired over the balustrade on the floor
v above entered hia body. By the time
the police arrived the assassin had
=, escaped, presumably to the roof and
down through an adjoining house.
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The police say that the mail who shot
the clgarmaker lind beta lying in wait
for him, apparently for several hours.
Before going to Palermo Petrosinc
frequently visited Puccio's home
When the body of the detective was
brought to New York for burial Puc
e|o took an active part in the arrange
ments for the demonstration in honoi
of Petrosino, for the funeral and tin
benefit for the widow. While he was
& engaged in this work he received SOY
s eral letters threatening him witl
Saatn unlene he discontinued activity,
v but he ignored them and declared
that he "did not fear the cowards."
CARRIERSREFUSE
TO PARTICIPATE
Uki Strike Discussed by Six
Boards of Arbitration.
B«trolt» Mich., May 19.—Represen
tatives of the boards of arbitration in
tbi states bordering on the Great
Lakes notet hare in an effort, to bring
about a? settlement of the marine
vtrlko OH the lakes. Representatives
of the boards in New York, Ohio, In
diana, Illinois, Wisconsin and Mich
igan were present, with delegates
the Marine Engineers' Beneficial
association, the Lake Seamen's union,
HsCtfte Cooks and Stewards' un
[*the Marine Firemen.
»t. William Livingstone of
mm
a^Mmme
OUR AMERICAN HOSPITALITY
famous the wide world over, and it is from this racial trait our national
drinking
customs have arisen. To heartily welcome a visitor or to enter
tain a friend has always been regarded as a sacred duty. And how can
anyone be welcomed better than with hearty invitation to join with you
Budweiser
The King of All Bottled Beers
This famous brew is "a friend" of every man who uses
a delightful drink in itself but, because of its tonic qualities,
highly healthful. Good barley and hop beer has always been used by the
strongest and most civilized nations of the earth.
The Most Popular Beer in the World
urbil i"!lte tl' ilit" shop pr111
,M[:li' f.ir v liii tlcy are contending
will not admit of arbitration and that
he will not participate In the confer
ences.
Qiihop Cotter Near Death.
Winona, Minn., May 19.—The con
dition of Rishop Cotter Is most seri
ous, Death is expected at any time.
Hi- h.\irt wen"- e is aggravated by
VMIM-V trotib!(v
VIRGINIA HARNED AT RENO
Actress Seeking Separation From Ed
ward H. Sothern.
Reno, Nov., May lit.—Virginia Har
ned Sothern, wife of Edward H. Soth
ern, has arrived in Reno and is incog
nito at a fashionable private hotel.
Her purpose is to establish a resi
dence in Nevada, which is required
under the law governing issuance of i
deorees of divorce, as set forth re
eently by Judge W. S. Pike, who re
fused to grant her a decree. The suit,
In court for several months, was re
VIRGINIA HARNED.
flued on the ground of nonresidence
on the part of Mrs. Sothern. It Is
said that the actress has rented a
house and that she will be here from
time to time, making it her home.
This much talked of divorce suit is
now in appeal to the supreme court
and it Is not known when any devel
opments will take place. The actress
evidently does not intend to rely on
the higher tribunal for her relief, but
will reconcile herself to the required
residence in the state.
IN
It Carriers' association, against
the lake strike is particularly
was absent. Mr. Livingstone
fttatoments pisgvloualy ma4e
USQCiation b$s nothing tc
A
SENSATIONAL
MANNER
Iowa Women, Victim of III Health
ELtcfs Her Life,
Cedfcr llfipids, la., May 19.—A vic
tim of ill L..'al,tU lor iuiuiy years Miss
l&vy
Sadler,
vme
Toledo, chose a
it
only
it is
4. S. MURPHY,
Distributor
MADISON, S. D.
sensational nbthod ul suicide.
ing an ex use that she was
the home of her brother Miss Sadl
went to a small ravine, where sh
raked together a pile of leaves, sat
urated them and herself with thret
quarts of kerosene and applied
match. When found the woman
body was burned to a crisp.
BAGS ANO~fHElTRmNOCEHOfe
Seven Shots Necessary to Secure
Roosevelt's Latest Trophy.
Nairobi, H. E. A., May 20.—Theo
dore Roosevelt has begun his hunting
expedition from the Ju Ja ranch oi
George McMillan, whose guest he is
He went out last 9unday and bagge(
a female rhinoceros. The first slio
wounded her in the shoulder and th
animal fled to the bushes. Mr. Roose
•elt followed on horseback and si
more shots were required to bring hei
down. The head and akin weighed
632 pounds.
GRAIN AND PROVISION PHICtS
Minneapolis Wheat.
Minneapolis, May 19.—Wheat—May
91.29\4 July. $1.27% Sept.,
On track—No. 1 hard, $1.32 No. 1
Northern. $1.31 No. 2 Northern
11.29 No. 3 Northern, [email protected]
St. Paul Union Stock Yards.
St Paul, May 19.—Cattle—Good to
ehoioe steers, ff Oif 6.50 fair to good
$4.60© 5.00 good to choice cows and
heifers, [email protected] veals, $5.00(iZ5.7
Hogs—$6.85(&7.10. Sheep—Wethers
$5.50(^6.60 yearlings, $6.25(37.00
lauibs, $7.50®8.Q0.
Duluth Wheat and PtSK.
Duluth, May 19.—Wheat—On track
—No. 1 hard. $1.81 ,4 No. 1 Northern
$1.30 No. 2 Northern, $1.28 May
$1.27% July. $1.27% Sept., $1.0»%
Flax—To arrive and on traok, $1.73
May. $1.72 July, $l.fl 4Mpt.
$1.4914: Oct.. $1.43.
Chicago Union Stock Yards.
Chicago, May 19.—Cattle—Beeves,
|8.00©7.2F Texas Bteers, [email protected]
Western steers, 14.75^6.00 stockers
and feeders, $3.60(8" 5.6B eows and
heifers, $3.50® 6.40 calves, $3.28^
T.50. Hogs—Light. $fl.7B®T.25 mixed
$6.90f|)7.37H heavy $6.9$©7.40
rough, $6 95 fi 7.10 good to choice
heavy. $7.10^7.40 pigs, $5,764/6.70
Sheep—Native. $3 90®6.25 yearlings,
$«.10®7.20 lambs. $fi.00®8.25.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, May 19.—Wheat—May
$1.2»H: July. 91.M%01.15 Sept.
fl.06%ffll.0R* Dec., $1.05. Corn
May, 73%c: July. 68%#89c Sept
66%c Dec., F57®4c. Oata—May, 59%c
July, 5l%c Sept.. 44Vi^t44*4c Dec
44 4 4 C. Pork—May, $18.27%
July, $18.37% Sept., $18.45. Butter
—Creameries, 20V3?i21c dairies, 18®
13c. Eggs—l9Vi^f2lHc. Poultry
Turkeys,
sprints, 15ft
SMOOT DENIES
THE ASSERTION
Senator Defends Head of
Mormon Church.
BEET SWAR DISCUSSED
Mr. Clay Charge* That Joseph F.
Smith Fixes the Pries of Beets in
the Interest of the Factories of
Utah and Against the Producer.
Monnon Senator Brands Statement
Absolutely Untrue.
Washington, May 10.—Declaring
that Joseph 9". Smith, ths head of the
Mormon church, every year fixes the
pries of beets in the Interest of the
best augar factories of Utah rather
than in favor of the producers or
beets, Senator Clay, In the ssnate,
sailed for ths characterisation of his
statement as "absolutely untrue" by
Senator Smoot, himself an official of
the Mormon church. Mr. Clay de
clared that Mr. Smith, as president of
the beet sugar factories of Utah, re
ceived $20,000 annual salary. "Ho
Is always is favor of ths faotoriss and
Bgainst the growers," said Mr. Clay.
Upon Mr. Smoot's denying this
statement Mr. Clay declined to be in
terrupted further.
Mr.
tNot
Clay declared that as votes al­
ready taken in the senate demonstrat
sd that the finance committee had full
REED SMOOT.
power to obtain agreement on Its
tariff bill as reported he favored an
early vote on the bill, as delay was
useles In affecting tho rates carried
by that measure.
By a resolution introduced by Mr
La Follotte the iuteretote commorce
commission is instructed to Inform
tho senate what railroads have failed
to comply with the law limiting tho
hours of -servioe of their employes, to
gether with the names of the roads
which have contested the validity of
the law and the result of sueh action.
Upon motion of Mr. La Follette the
consideration of the resolution was
postponed for a day.
Minneapolis Fireman Attempts ts Cap
ture Fleeing Footpad.
Minneapolis, May 19.—John McNa
mara, aged forty-one, lieutenant of
hook and ladder truck No. 2, was shot
and killed by a highwayman who was
trying to escape pursuers.
McNamara was sitting with others
In front of his engine house when a
man rushed by chased by Detectives
Hansen and Duffy. McNamara
grabbed the fugitive around the waist
As he did so the captured man shot
him In the stomach. Other firemen
held the murderer until the detectives
took charge of him.
The murderer gave the name of
Frank Erickson. It la claimed TCrlnk
son held up two men a few minutes
before the shooting in the Milwaukee
railroad yards.
CHAS. 6* KENNEDY
""V tr«ide«f
andDthe!"demand for
THE
Madison State Bank
MADISON, S. Dt
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Then come and see me, and I will show
CATARRH
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ELY'S CREAM BALM
Sure to Olve Satisfaction. I
CtlVia RELIEF AT ONOK.
It cleanse*, soothes, beals and protects the
diseased membrane resulting from Catarrh
and drives away a Cold in thf Head quickly.
Uestores the Senses of Taste and KmelL
Easy to use. Contains no injurious drug#
Applied into the nontrils and absorbed.
Lnr^e Bize, 60 cents at Druggists or by
mail, liquid Cream Balxn for tine in
atomizers, 75 cents.
ILY BHftTHFJ8, 66 Warrm It. Ntw
Yptt
C. KENNEDY.,
Vice President.
LAND IS THE BASIS OF]
ALL WEALTH
Lake County farms
are search of a
Home in a Good Climate
where you can raise Wheat, Oats Barley Corp, Potatoes and
fact everything adapted to this latitude and whexe
you can successfully carry on
Dairying & Stock
and where your family will have the advantages of
GOOD SOCIETY GOOD SCHOOLS
GOOD CHURCH FACILITIES
PHONE 195
is increasing. If you
rou
II you are renting land now, paying $3 to $5 annual
rental, I will show you iust as good land and sell
it to you at what you wil pay out in rental
where you are in three yesrs, and
will give you easy terms of payment
If you want a good location in Madison I have such for vou.
A..larye number of substantial buildings have been built
i& Madison the past season and the cit^ is steadily
growing in population.
Correspondence Solicited
Chas. B. Kennedy,
MADISON, SOOTH DAKOTA.
Peter Marquart & Son
Cement Walks, Foundations,
Bridges, Culverts, anything and
everything
in
Guaranteed Ce­
ment Construction.
=SEE=
W T. MARQUART, PWC««,t«s
or Leave Orders With Hackett & Sutton
W. KETCHAft.
wiil^deliver promptly to any part of
in
iust what you want
the
the boat grado of
HARD AND SOFT COAL
VAL BLATZ BREWING CO.
MILWAUKEE BEER
on draught at.
FRED HJRTH'S,
J. S. MURPHY,
PETER HBAGNEY
Prioate stock, Wiener style, Bottle beer
all Leading Saloons in the city/ Y '.
L. J. AHMANN, Ageat,
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