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W 4,' J*r «:y£* sty 4--' £&• jK r' v P-. 4r •|sks to ftamavs Newspaper Men to Washington to Stand Trial on ihargs of Criminal Libol in Con nection With the Purchase of the »perty of the French Panama Ca tal Company. JtndianapoHs, Jtene 2.—Charged with liprint committed criminal libol tn publishing articles alleging that there was corruption In the purchasp of the Panama canal by the United States Delavan Smith and Charles R. Will laws, owners of the Indianapolis Hows, appeared before Judge Andi •MB In the United States court of this district resisting the effort of the fed eral government to remove them for trial to the District of Columbia. Stu art McNamara, assistant United States attorney for the District of Columbia, made the government's opening statement. He said the de fendants had published in their news papers charges that a syndicate com posed of C. P. Taft, Douglass Robln •00, William Nelson Cromwell, J. Pier pont Morgan and others bought from tfee old Panama Canal company the securities of the canal company for about $12,000,000 and that by use of Influence in the hteh places of the government the syndicate was enabled to unload the Panama property on the United States for about $40,000, M0. thus wrongfully taking an enor mous profit. Mr. McNamara asked tftMt sifndge Anderson, sitting as a eommftUng magistrate, make an order rwno#g Messrs. Smith and Williams to thqFPIstrict of Columbia for trial. Ferdinand Winter, for the dofend aftts, maintained that the indictment to #MGtfetive on Its face that the of alleged was not one in whioh dereflfdints could be removed from their own United States district to an other for trial. PRISONERS OUT ON BOND ftMft Postpone* Pasting Sentence on Mtn Accused of Contempt Washington, June 2.—In the case Of (Mir Sheriff Shlpp and others of Cfcattanooga. Tenn,, charged with con tompt of the supreme court of the -'^. --,' !Budweisers Jin a glass or two of Only at the ^Anheuser-Busch Brewery St. Louis, U. S. A. CORKED OR WITH CROWN CAP& DESIST ATTEMPT I AT EXTRADITION fliers of the Indianapolis News in Conrt IVERNIENT PRoSEdfr^ iSThe Most Popular Beer in the World United States, the court postponed the passing of sentence to permit the prisoners to file petitions for a rehear ing. The cases, therefore, go over until next term, the prisoners remain ing out on bond. The corridor outside the courtroom was denticly crowded with persons filled with a desire to get n view of the six principals in the unusual case. Only a few, however, were able to get inside, as the space was almost entirely taken up by attorneys and congressmen, including the delegation from Tennessee. WILL RETURN TO HILL LINES John §*. Stevens Resigns Prom Now Haven Road. New York, June 2.—John P. Ste vens, who established an exceptionally high reputation as a Western railroad president and engineer several years ago, has resigned his vice presidency of the New York. New Haven and Hartford Railroad company, accord ing to an announcement made here, and will be allied soon with James J. JOHN P. STEVENS. Jlltl as the executive head of either the Groat Northern or the Northern Pacific railroads. Mr. Stevens was chief engineer of the Panama canal from 1D05 to 1907 and chairman of the Isthmian canal commission for two months. When he resigned he was the subject of a rather sharp pub lic criticism by President Roosevelt. I s Damage to Airship SsriONfe Berlin, June 2.—Count Zeppelin has pent a telegram to the reichstag say fng that he regrets that he must post pone his invitation for members to make ascensions in his new model airship lna^tnuch as the restoration of the damaged parts will require six weeks. Hill-HarHman Agreement. Now Yrrk, June L. —The agreement between the railrords controlled by B. H. Hurrlumn and those controlled by James J.' Hill frr joint use of the track? leading imu Seattle has signed, seated and dsli*nred. m^fWz1 friend «f mm ,* OUR AMERICAN HOSPITALITY V Is 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 1 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 The King of All Bottled Beers This famous brew is "a friend" of every man who uses it. Not only is it a delightful drink in itself but/because of its tonic qualities, it is highly healthful. Good barley and hop beer has always been used by the strongest and most civilized nations of the earth. madison, s. ft. ENDS LIFE WHILE ASLEEP Strange Version of New Yorfc Wo man's Death. New York, June 2.—That Mrs. Edith Cunningham, who was found dead In an alcove dressing room, smothered by gas, committed suicide while in a somnambulistic state was the remarkable theory advanced by Coroner Harburger. George A. Cunningham, the hus band, to whom the woman was mar ried less than a year ago, while not acquiescing In the coroner's theory, admitted that his wife had been a vic tim of somnambulism for many years. Harriman 8 a iTs ror tu rope. New York, June 2.—E. H. Harri man and Mrs. Harriman sailed on the steamer Kaiser Wilhelm II. for Bre men. Mr. Harriman anuounced his intention of spending three months abroad. He la going to Paris and Vienna, but further details have aot been arrant,! GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES Minneapolis Wheat. Minneapolis, June l.—Wheat—Jvif, $1.30^ Sept., $1.10% Dec., $1.08%. On track—No. 1 hard. $1.34^1.^4% No. 1 Northern, $1.33ffrl.33}4 No. 2 Northern, $1.31frl.31tt Nfc North ern, $1.28^^1.30%. Duluth Wheat and Plax. Dnluth, June 1.—Wheat—To arrive and on track—No. 1 hard. $1.32% No. 1 Northern, $1.31 No. 2 Northern, $1.29 July, $1.29% Sept., $1.11. FlaK —To arrive and on track, $1.75 July, $1.74 Sept., $t.52% Oct., $1.43%. St. Paul Union Stock Yards. St Paul, June 1.—Cattle—Good to choice steers, $0.00^6.50 fair to good, $4.30®fi .00 good to choice cows and heifers, $3.00tf/4.00 veals, $5.25^6.00. Hogs—$4.76fr7.15. Sheep—Wethers, $6.23j£6.7fi yearlings, $7,004/7.25 lambs, $email@example.com spring lap^ba, $8.00 ?T 9.00. Chicago Union Stock Yards. Chicago, June 1.— Cattle—Heeves, f5.lBW7.26 Texas steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org Western steers, $4.75??6-80 stockers and feeders, $3.60(^5.60 cows and heifers, $2.60® 6.45 calves, $5.26© 7.50. Hogs—L4ght, $ti.80(57.25 mixed, $6.95$7.35 heavy, $7.00«?7.45 rough, $.7.00^/7.15 good to choice heavy, $7.15^17.45 pigs, $r,.80#6.75. Sheep —Native, $4.00(T/fi.60 yearlings, $6.25 ®7.40 lambs, $6.2G@8.66. Chicago Grain and Provisions. Chicago, June 1.—Wheat—July. $1.19%«« 1.19V4 Sept., $1.09% Dec $1.07%(^1.07%. Corn—June, 75c July. 7l%#7l%c Sept.. 68%c Dec., 68%c May, 59c. Oats—July, 53%® 54c June, 58c Sept., 44%c Dec., 44%(ft44^e. Pork—July, $19.37% Sept., $19.50. Butter—Creameries, 22 (26%c dairies, 204i 24c. Eggs—19% ©21 %c. Poultry—Turkeys, Ifc chick ono, 14c: sprtai*, »©80o. jk. TU Sun zimiz: 1314-15161748:19 Hi\z f&mt&n WW Workman Crushed to Death. 8t. Paul. June 2.—Crushed and mangled almost beyond recognition and with almost every bone In his body broken Pearley Holmes, em ployed as an oiler by the St Paul Crushed Stone company, is dead at the city hospital. While attempting to repair n belt on an engine Holnx s was caught In the machinery and pulled through an Immense pttlley used to lift large pieces of stone. Bandits Hold Up Merrymakers. Denver, June 2.—Four masked hiffh wavmen held up a crowd of thirty merrymakers at tho Tavern, a resort at Petersburg, ten miles from mv ver, and mode away with more than *3,000 worth of diamonds and $2i0 rash. The robbers escaped on horse hack. Decision Against Commission. Washington, June 2—The test cas, of the Southern Railway company against the interstate commerce emu mission, involving the right of the commission to fix the charge for tip reconsignment of hay shipped throm li Bast St. Ixmls, was decided by tin supreme court of the United States sgatast the commission IF WOMEN ONLY Knew .What Heap of Happi ness It Would Bring Mad ison Homes. Hatd to do boasework with an «cli ing back. Brings hoars of misery at leisure or at home. If women only knew the cause—that Backache pains come from sick kid neys won Id save much needless woe. Doan's Kidney Pills core sick kid neys. Mrs. Frank McCabe, Dell Rapids, S D., says: "Far years I was afflict ed with acnte, bearing-down pains in my back. I could not rest well and arose in the tcorning tired, languid and depressed. I also suffered from headaches and dizzy spells and wan unable to find anything that would relieve me. At last I read of Poau Kidney l'ills and pr:cnred a box. Thev bi ought about a decided improvement and I heartily endorse them."' For sale ny all dealers. Price cents. Foster-Mi 11mm Co., Buffs New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the naseo—Doan's—and take no other. Wf often wonder how any person can be persuaded into taking anything but Foleys Honey and Tar for coughs, colds and lung trouble. Do not be fooled into accepting "own make" of other sub stitutes. The genuine 'contains harmful dru|fB and is in sj jraitsy pack age Andeison Tf you have backache and urinary troubles you should take Foley's Kidney Ilemedv to strengthen and build up the kidneys so they will sot properly, as a serious kidney trouble may develop H. Anderson. NIGHT MAMSON CEMENT CO. J. S. Thompson A Son, Prop. Sidewalk Workers and all Kinds of Cement Work Phone Red-450 ili, CATARRH 3 5® ELYS CREAM BALM Sure to Give Satisfaction. OlVtO MUKP AT ONOS. It cleanses, soothes, heals sad protects the (licensed membrane resulting from CWtsrrh and drives away a Cold in the Head qnicklv. ItfHtorea the SenneH of Taste and BmelL Easy to use. Contains no injurious drugs Applied into the nostrils and absorbed. Litrge Siio, 60 cents at Drngglsta or bj muil. Liquid Cream Baba for ass la atomisers, 75 oenta. %T WT»W», Varraatt. Mow TV-.'*" tk Naur business written Income Paid-pol icy •holdera OFFICERS. L. K. Thompson, Pres. W. J. Grrham, Vice Poes. and^Actuary] George E. Towle, Treaa. Robert E. Efterly, Sec. John T. Baxter, Council. Honry W. Cook, Medieal DMor. F. M. Stickney, Cashier. H. F. White, Auditor. Edgar F. Elshbaugh, Agency Director F. Ball, District Manager F- Stoltzman and S. G. Westaby Solicitors Miss Grinager Faslaonable MiDmer Mj mm Sprig Stock pie— to fcft lk» Uiei cal i mi fped it MISS GRINAGER LAND IS THE BASIS Of ALL WEALTH andOthe demand lor Lake County farms is increasing:. Then come and see me, and I will show Established 1885 OLD LINE are in search of a Home in a Good Climate vrhere you can raise Wheat, Oats Barley Ooro, Potatoes and in fact everything adapted to this latitude and whei« jim ©an 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 will show yuu iust as good land and sell it«to you at what you will pay out in rental where you are in three ye^rs, and will give you easy terms ol payment If you want a good location in Madison I have such for vou. lar^e number oi substantial buildings have been built in Madison the past season and the cit~r is steadily growing in population."* Correspondence Solicited Chas. B. Kennedy, MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. Northwestern National Life Insurance Company, Minneapolis. A WESTERN COMPAMY FOR WESTERN PEOPLR RECORD 1908 K!#50,000 Insurance gain written #00,000 Gain in assets 100,000 Gain in Surplus January 1,1909. ADMITTED ASSETS ... Total phid to policy holders Insurance in force The Northwestern Life issues all the latest and most improved forms of policies, and in any* ammouuta desired. It invests its income for the upbuilding of the territory in which it operates, and hae* loaned to the farmers Minnesota, Iowa, Nocih *ml IJukUa vv&z f* FRED KURTH'8, sat It (DIRECTORS F. A. Chamlierlain, Pres. Security Bank. E. W. Decker, V. Pres. Northwestern Bank. C. f. Jaffray, V. Pres. First National Bank. A. A. Crane, V. Pres. Northwestern Nationa£Bank. B. F. Nelson, Nelson-Tuthill Lumlier Co. L. K. Thompson, Pres. and OonciTil George E. Towle, Treas. W. J. Graham, Actuary. |)I»ii 1 VAL BLATZ BREWING CO. MILWAUKEE BEER on 4rjuxght at I. :t v & v you iust what you want Ppwijf Mutual 4&0.IHM) •r0,000 5,7W,«00 7,r00,iMJO M,ooo ooo Uioux Falls, S D. Madison, S- D. Madison, S. D. i* s. Murphy, PETER HBAGf^BT Prlcate stock, Wiener style, Bottle beer all Leading Saloons In the eitjr* L. J. AHMANN, Aent. •"i.*-: S. S s x* .••••• :.V •.