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The Madison daily leader. [volume] (Madison, S.D.) 1890-current, June 29, 1909, Image 3

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TUKSDAY. Jl'NK '*. 1909
Weather Forecast
Probably showers late tonight ttd
Wednesday-.cooler Wednesday.
Ice. Ice. Ice. Phone Chas.
Simpson, 209.
Pari* green—Hollidny & Porter'B
For Sale. Three residence lots.—IP.
G. Abbott.
W. G. Williams of Winfred apent the
day in Madison.
Bathing suits for meo, ladies and
boys, at the Model.
li. H. Lyons was a morning passen
ger from the west.
For Sale. Light driving team.
Apply to Ilenry Venner.
Pea harvester Call Mt Golstine
and Waekey.
I've tried them all. "Jack'* lor
Special meeting M. W. A. tomorrow
night at W. A. Rothschild's office.
Rooms for rent in cottage, at chau
tauqua grounds.—Mrs. J. H. William
J. E. Rose was a returning passenger
from Minneapolis, by the morniug
Lost. Gold belt pin with large
amethyst setting. Return to Mrs.
Geo. H. Waskey.
Wanted. Cook at the hospital.
Wages f.'JO per uiontb. Apply to Mrs.
A. E. CloughJ
Dance at Handemer hall every even
ing during the races. Good music.
Everybody invited.
Ed. Dooley of Ramona spent the day
in Madison, viewing the racee and
Other interesting ovents in the city.
Classes will be formed in embroidery
and sewing Friday afternoon, July lf.
Those wishing to join same call on
Dean Fitts
Sale on all trimmed hats, now at
Morse's millinery parlors. Some de
aidedly good "soaps" for first tew
The banks of the city will close at
p."m.. tomorrow, on aoconnt of the
are often caused by
Poor Eye-Sight
or some other optical defect. Our optician, Mr. Sears,
is a graduate optician ol 15 years' experience. His work
here has been very successful, all work absolutely guar
anteed, which means that you don't pay a cent either for
your examination or glasses except you are satisfied.
This is the way we have built up oar reputation in all
departments of our store and accounts for our steadily
June Brides, Bridegrooms and Wed
ding gift buyers will find here a Remarkably
Complete assortment of SILVERWARE, CUT GLASS
and HAND PAINTED CHINA. The noticable beauty and rich
ness of our paterns in these goods fit them especially for the intimate use
of a cultured woman. A set or single piece is appropriate for weddings or
other occasion where a gift rich and useful will be appreciated.
races and the Bryan lecture at the
Lr Mitterling returned this evening
from points in Nebraska.
Mrs. Cook and daughter who have
been guests of Dr. A A. Cook, depart
ed this evening for Mcintosh.
Jacob Schutz was an arrival Dy the
south train this evening and is the
guest of his brother, J. C. Schutz.
Mrs. T. E. Diamond of Sheldon,
Iowa, was an arrival by the evening
train and is a guest a |the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. .T. F.Peck.
A II Mnrqunrdt,grain buyer for I).
McKinnon at Badger, is in the city to
spend hi« vacation and view the races
and take in the pleasares of the chau
tauqua assembly.
J. W. Davison returned this morning
from Rapid City where he attended the
annual state tounament of firemen.
He reports a large crowd and inter
esting events.
When yon go to the lake call on
Walter Marquart and take a sail in his
gasoline launch. He circles the lake
and is conrtoous to his passengers.
The patronage of the general public is
Wanted, at once, young man of good
address for traveling position. Exper
ience unnecessary. Good iwy. Write
O. R. Mullison, Mudi.son, giving occu
pation for five years.
Mgr.Flynn returned from Flandrenu
by the evening train, accompanied by
Father Dermody of Alicrdecn, Father
Kip|e8 of Yankton and Father Martyn
of Flandreau The clergymen will be
Mgr. Flynn'R guests over night.
These are busy days in Madison.
Hummer school and institute at the
State Normal school with a large at
tendance state physicians in conven
tion at the Commercial club looms.
Corn Belt circuit races in progress at
the fair grounds, and the chautauqua
assembly at Lase Madison with the
largest attendance for the past several
As a feature of the chautauqua as
sembly, the managment has secured the
services of a military band which j^will
arrive Saturday July U. and remain
three days. This will include the
Fourth of July when there will be a
grand demonstration at the assembly
Saturday July :i, Gcv. Johnson of Min
nesota will deliver his address, th.'
Majesty of the Law. Gov. Johnson is
the foremost democrat in the country,
and everybody will want to Bee and
hear him. Special train service will
be provided for Saturday to eaaDle peo
pie from surrounding towns to be pre-
Telephone No. 260
sent, and one of the biggest days of the
assembly will le the result
White Boy and Negro Landed
in the Sioux Falls
Stoaa Fall*, June 28. —-Amocg the
latest prisoners to be lodged in the
Sioux Falls penitentiary are two young
men, scarcely more than boys, one
white and the other negro. The
white boy is Arthur Hight, aged 19,
son of well known residents of Mc
Pheison county, who recently stole a
horse, saddle and bridle from Col.
Pierce, residing seven miles southeast
of Leona. The young man was cap
tured at Hoven by the sheiift of Ed
munds county and was taken to
Mound City, where Judge Boucher was
holding a term of court at the time.
He entered a plea of guilty and was
sentenced to a term of one year in the
Sioux Falls penitentiary
The colored youth is Charles Thorn
ton, who for some years has resided
at Wagner and other towns in Charles
Mix county. Recently he had leen
employed with a cement sidewalk ctvw
at Wagner, and. becoming aware that
bis employer had quite a sum of money
in his possession, watched his oppoi
tnnity and stole the roll, which con
tained about fl-10 When Marshall
Hinkley atarted out to arrest him the
boy saw the officer coming and at
tempted to make a getaway by run
ning fr«m the town. After an excit
ing chase he was captured.
When searched in jail be did not
have a cent in his possession. A
search revealed $65 of the stoleu
money hidden in the old postoffice
building. An additional $31 nad been
expended by the boy for a suit of
clothes. What became of the re
mainder of the money has not been
discovered. Young Thornton appeared
before Judge Tripp, of the etate cir
cuit court, who sentenced him to a
term of one year and six months in
the penitentiary.
Train Schedule.
Arrive—From the west, 9:20 a.
north. 9:30 a east, 8:00 p.
south, 3:10 p. m.
At the Lake Madison Chautauqua
Assembly To-morrow
Crowd Expected.
The gate receipts at the chautauqua
assembly yesterday amounted to |70,
Monday generally being a rent day
lint the audiences at the auditorium in
the afternoon and evening were fairly
Kood. made np largely of campers on
the ground. As an indication of the
increased nninher of campers, Treas
Beck state that last year, all told, he
sold 39 season tickets while for the first
four days this yeai he has sold 5)1.
Stockholders' tickets sold last year, 71
this year, 125 Tne sale of family
tickets to date is about the same as
last year.
The stated program was carried out
at the auditorium in the afternoon and
evening Dr. Colledge, the lecturer,
pleased his audience with his subject.
Second Fiddles, and will appear again
this evening, subject, Sandy's Charac
Tomorrow will be Bryan Day at the
chautauqua The great commoner is
on for a lecture at p. m., subject.
The Price of a Soul. This will l»e
Mr. Bryan's third appearance at tne
Madison chautanqua. On both former
visits he was greeted with immense
audiences, and there la every reason to
exiect an immense crowd at the as
sembly tomorrow
The Hruby Bros, concert company
will arrive tomorrow and make their
first apuearance at 2 :i() p. in., pre
ceding Mr. Bryan's lecture.
In the evening Mrs Dodaon will
iippear in a lecture on domestic science
at 8 o'clock, followed by a concert by
Hruby Bros and select readings.
Special train facilities will be pro
vided for the accommodation of passen
gers from surrounding towns A spe
cial train will leave Flandreau at 1
p. m., tomorrow, bringing passengers
from intermediate points These will
be returned to their homes *by the
regular train which leaves Madiaon at
1 2.r) a.m.. W cdnesday
Passengers from tne north who ai
rive by the regnlai trains during th«
day will be returned to their hunies by
a special train which will leave Madi
sou at 11 p.m.
Tomorrow will be one of the gnat
days of the assembly.
Depart—For the sonth. 9:40 a.
east. 9:55 a. m. north, 8:80 p.
west, 3 30 p. m.
Night passenger-Arrive from
east, 18t06 a.*mj depart tor the
1:25 a.
Eclectic and Homeapathic
Physicians in Session
in Madison
The annual joint state convention of
the Eclectic and Homeopathic Medical
societies is in session in Madison today
and will continue tomorrow. The
business sessions are lteing held in the
Commercial club rooms, and clinics
will te held at the local hospital
morrow morning. At least three and
perhaps five major operations will be
pet formed. The physicians visited the
hospital this afternoon and examine
the patients ti be operated upon.
A banquet is to be held at the Lake
Park hotel this evening, program of
which appeared in last evening's Daily
The following physicians arrived by
the incoming trains today and will re
main throughout the sessions
Doctors Wilmeth of Lincoln, Neb.
Hanchette of Sioux City, Iowa, Wil
loughby of Winfred, Boweis and King
of Mitchell, Collins of Howard. Baser
of Ramona, Greenfield of Avon, Sulli
van of Frankford, Hoyt of Pierre
Dickey of Iroquis, Fulford of Sioux
Falls. Cotton of Vermillion, Scheener
of Dead wood.
The visiting physicians were taken
in charge by Drs. Lowe rnd Daniel
and shown the courtesies of the city
First D*jr
Three Days
Sport at the Fair
The Corn Belt circuit races opened
at the fair grounds this afternoon
with a fair attendance. Alter dinner
Prof. Ireland's brass band appeared in
Kgan avenue and played several pieces
as the signal that tne iaces were on,
afterward going to the fair grounds.
Antomobiles and carriages ^were sta
tioned at Egan avenue and Fifth street
to carry passengers to the grounds and
they weie kept busy. With band inn
sic and the whizzing of automobiles an
enthusiasm was engendered which
made staid business men lay aside
their work and hie themselves to the
race track After all nothing is more
enticing than watching the ponies iu a
goxl scrap on a good race track. The
field of horses numbers fifi, among
them some of the best in this section
of the country, and it is expected
pull off some fine races duriug the ser
ies which will close Thursday evening
The following horses appeared on
the track for the events this afternoon
First race, 3 trot, 3 out of 5—Kitty
Posey. H. Collins, Miller Felix
F.Connelly, Maishall. Minn. Lacia.
Whitlow, Madison, Harley, Pat
Jackman, Waterloo, Iowa Nettie
Rex, Hugh Smith, Howard Inese
McCartney, Minneapolis, Minn Ette
lor, Dr Shipley, Ottosen. Iowa.
Second race, 217 pace, 3 out ot 5
Klewese, Wm. Pender, Emuietsburg,
Iowa Moak G,. J. W. Jackson, Em.
metsburg, Iowa Bess, Hundland, Mil
ler Teasie Pnrcell, J. T. Flack, Page,
N. D. William Qoat, W, M. Stan.
Wo ini*o('k«»t, iSam Scratch, A.li. llahn,
Sioux Falls.
Running race, 5-8 mile and repeat—
(?auiu)on, J. Cavenan^b Cita De!l, J.
Colon: Martin Flannerty. Ayna Solo,
Winev Alzony, Johnson.
Maney Bine, M. Cofey Oak Ling, H.
County Commissioners Approves
Bonds for Sixteen Saloons
in Lake County.
fhe county commissioners met in
pecial st-seion Saturday, June 20.
resent, M. Finnie, chairman,
'harles Bingham, James Olson and
lensie M. Jones, deputy auditor
As the liquor bonus had to lie ex
amined by the states attorney, the
board, on motion, adjourned to meet at
1 p. m., in order to allow the states at
torney ample time to examine said
Afternoou Session—Tne board met
pursuant to adjournment, all members
and the deputy auditor present.
The following liquor lionds. after
the same had leen carefully examined
ty the states attorney, in the snui of
2,000. with the western Surety com
pauy as surety and the following
named jiersons and coiporations as
principals were, on motion, approved
J. F. Burris, Ole H. Muuson. Peter
Heagney, Matt Pint, J. Pamperiu,
Jas. Murphy, Fred Kurth and Win.
Welling, co partners as Kurth & Well-
J. Jordan & George Mosher. co
parnters as Mosher & Jordan, all the
above named firms in the city of Mad
John Jenne't & Call Christensen,
o partners of the tirin of Christensen
& Jennett. L. Bergstreser & A. I..
Beit her, co partners of the firm Berg
streser & Berther, lioth firms of the
village of Wentwoitb.
John Mock, John Schuster
Frank Anderson, co partners of
firm Schuster & Anderson, of the
lage of Ramona.
Troy Evans & Robert Evans, co
partners as Evans & Son and C. H.
Soukup & Chisholtn, co partners
as Soukup & Chisholin, both firms of
the village of Rutland.
G. S. Smith and W. H. Kiner of the
village of Chester.
On motion board adjourned
—D. M. Finnie,
Chairman Board of County Com mis
-M. G. Drake,
Connty Auditor.
By Jessie M. Junes,
Wish to anuounce that we will clos
our stores during the summer months
at 0:30 p.m., except Saturday evening.
—Miss L. Morse,
—Miss M. Uogen,
—Miss L. (Jrinagar.
Theory Advanced That Missing
Chinaman Was Murdered.
Mmv York, Jnn# 29.—The failure to
New York, June 29.—Tho failure to
And any trace whatever of Leon Ling
caused tho police to give some atten
tion to the theory that the missing
man may not have killed Elsie Sigel
and that he was himself the victim of
the same hand that killed the girl.
This line of reasoning necessitates
the rejection of tho story told by
Chung Sin, who said he had seen
I-eon in the room over the Eighth ave
nue restaurant where Miss Slgel'B
dead body lay, but the authorities de
clare that Chung's statements have
shown discrepancies with known
facts In several particulars.
In considering the possibility that
Leon was killed It Is regarded as prob
able that his body was placed In a
trunk, as was the girl's, and this has
drawn renewed attention to the bag
gage checked to Schenectady, N. Y„
near where Chung Sin was found, and
rech»cked by a Chinaman from
Schenectady to Cleveland.
"What about the theory that Leon
Is dead?' Police Inspector McCafferty
was asked.
"Well, if r^eon is dead, wo have one
of the birds that killed him under ar
rest and we can lay our hands on an
other in five minutes," he replied.
Inscription Found on Kansas Rock
Carved In 1852 Marks a Grave.
A cattleman sitting on a Hat lime
stone ledge In Stanton county, Kan., n
few days ago noticed rude letters cut
Into the ledge. Bays a Johnson (Kan.)
dispatch. lie left off counting his cat
tle and laboriously cleaned the stone.
What ho read was this:
"W. H. McLennand, froxen, Nor. IS,
Thlw ledge was found In Stanton
county, Ivan., section 12, range 43,
township 20. It Is supposed that some
plainsman was caught In a storin and
died there, leaving the simple Inscrip
tion on the nge old rock to monument
his nndug grave
Oonvici ¥na CMmry"«n«c.
Junction City, Kan., June 28.—At
Fort Riley, near here, two military
convicts named Csrey and Jeffries at
tacked a sentry and In the struggle
that ensued Jeffries was shot through
the stomach and fatally wounded aa£
the sentry was seriously wounded.
When You Think Flour, Think
Keep your money in Madison by
Patronizing Home Industry
We re-screen all our Coal before
delivery, we sell the best money
can buy. All who have dealt with
us know this to be a fact and
others will be convinced by order
ing from
The Mill
Mill 240 PHONES Store 445
Is here and don't forget that We carry every
thing from soup to nuts in
Light Weight Clothing
Furnishing Goods
and Shoes
to tnsure cool comfort in this hot weather.
Mothers desiring of saving themselves work
will do well to look at Our elegant line of
Childrens' Wash Suiti 50c to $2.50
Brown Khaki Suits $1.00
Little Tudor Play Suits 50c
Little Tudor Nighties 50c
All of these spell rest and peace of mind about
the way the young ones should look in camping
To Take Camping or Use at Home
Canned Meats and Fish of all kinks,
Fine Crackers and Cookies in pack
bulk, Canned Fruits and
Vegetables, Bottled Pickles and Pre
serves. The finest and feast assort"
ment in town.
Strawberries, Cherries, Peaches, Plums
Apricots, Pineapples, Oranges* Lem
ons, Bananas and Cantaloupe^
Mother's Bread
Get Supplied by Us, We Can Do It Right
H. J. MUNRO, The Grocer
Hop* th* ooutfb and baslj Ub. (lo»*Umooutfh Ui4 H—ll ka#

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