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PITTSBURG CAR
LINES TIED UP
p.
Strike of Employes Pan
Service.
lyzes
BITTER FEEtlNfi EXISTS
Mo Barns.
tho •_»«
Dit„.
•i Ing layoff and shorter runs. yori{
POSSE RAIDS BUCKET SHOP
Cincinnati Prosecutor Continues War
on Alleged Gamblers.
Cincinnati, June 29.—County Prose
cutor Hunt's spectacular raiding cam
paign against the bucket shops was
continued when he and ten deputies
overpowered two armed watchmen
and raided the ofllce of the Consoil
dated Stock and Grain company. C.
A. Acton and C. B. Fox were arrested.
All the books of the concern were
taken out and the wires cut, Acton
i and Fox were held to the grand Jury.
Ten tlays ago this same company was
raided by Hunt and his deputies.
Louis W. Foster and W. H. Klausman
were arrested and Indicted on a
-v.
charge of running a bucket shop and
derraudlng the public. Twenty eus
i turners of the alleged bucket shop
IE were held prisoners behind the locked
I- doors of the concern for several hours
In order to secure thoir correct names
as witnesses.
i SIX THOUSAND MINERS OUT
Strike May Extend to Entire 8outh*
west District.
Pittsburg, Kan., June 29.—AH tho
C, miners in the north end of the Pltts
burg coal field, about 6,000 ln num
ber, quit work until a decision is
S reached ln the so called check off dis
pute. It is possible that a formal
strike order will be Issued calling out
all miners of tho SouthwesL
J| A break ln the ranks of the oper
j| ators occurred when two companies,
jii the Sheridan Coal company and the
A McCormiek Coal company, announced
5| they would grant the miners' de
kxands.
Pour Deaths From the Itni.
Chicago, June 29.—Four deaths su
perlnduced by the heat were reported
1
to tho police. There were numerous
cases of prostrations privately cared
for. Carl Summers, said to have be
come demented under exposure to the
son. jumped Into the lake. He was
unconscious when rescued and died
A-
HOT IN THE PUBLIC INTFREST
L« Poflctt* Discusses Tail's Message
to Congress.
Madison, Wis., June 28.—"Tuft's
Servlco to Aldrlch is the title of the
loading editorial In the last lia.ie of
La Follette's Weekly. The editorial
says, In pnrt:
"The president's recent message to
congress was inopportune and not in
the public Interest.
"It would have been a great help to
the band of progressives making a
light in behalf of the public Interest
and for the maintenance of party
pledpeR had Mr. Taft seen fit to send
a special
message
Prediction Made That Rioting Will fc^lng fullilled by Increasing the tariff
Follow an Attempt to Resume With I rates or by re-enacting the existing
•ionimlon Men-Entire Police Force1
Meld in Reserve and Special Oepu- final word. His approval or his veto
ties and Extra Police Guard Outly- decides whether the work of con-
Ort-atiT I'lll.I.ure tntem! IMo tho, „vcly
company to operate cars.
The outlying car barns hare taken
the authorities' attention from the
down town districts. Special deputy
sheriffs and extra police remained on
duty all nlsht at tho outlying barns.
The feellnn of the union men and
their sympathisers was evidenced,
when a crowd of over 600 persons!
gathered within half an hour at the'
Herron hill car barns upon hearing a'
gress shall stand.
"One fact stands out high and plain
Pittsburg, June 29.—With business above all else in the situation Thin
paralyzed to a partial extent, with in-j message came to congrttfs at a most
adequate train service, with the resl- owrtune time to serve the fixed de
dents already becoming annoyed over' **rrn,natlon Senator Aldri to de
j.,, i feat th« Income tax and to aid him In
Z the tariff bill with It.
hlg„
rumor that the company wouw Hwrn.
deavor to take out a car. A patrol Fr'"°n^ former government meat
wagon load of police dispersed the''
ln"l,ootor.
Queer equipages hauled the office has letters from meat inspectors lo
•mployos of down town Pittsburg to cated from Philadelphia to San Fran
work. Many large concerns have en- cisco asking to be given the oppor
gaged rooms for their clerical forces tunity to tell what they know of eon
at down town hotels for the week. ditlons at other stations. He says ho
"Strike Prices" Prohibited. ^ae heon repeatedly informed that, the
Rates tor wagon and automobile ,,
whoso letter of resignation
gathering. to Secretary of Agriculture Wilson to cash 11.800,000.00
The saloons remain open. Director brought about the recent lnvestlgn
of the Department of Public 8afety tlon of the National stock yards at ^^"recelv^d"!!!!!! Ill
John Morln stated that he saw no rea-j East St. Louis, has made public an
son to close orderly places unless tho open letter to Secretary Wilson urg- pan^^up/im'yP.f°r
situation becomes more tense. fng a general investigation of the in-
The entire police force of Greater apectlon departments of the various' FroJi?In'^ther SOUTOM.7.'!".'
Pittsburg Is being held in reserve at! paeking plants of the country.
their precinct stations. Harms, In his letter, says that he
Inspection the National stock yards
Q.at
tnmporWion have hot a. yet been Tn. 'm
advanced beyond reasonable llmlta- °tlwr
tions. The police say they will not'
permit "strike prices" to prevail BODY CARTED TO WfWARK
among draymen or public conveyance
companies. L«on Ling Attempted to Leave TrunU
Thirty thousand dollars a day is I in Chinese Restaurant.
the estimated loss sustained by the Newark. N. J.. June 29-HMdence
Pittsburg company by reason of the: that Leon Ling brought the trunk con
W5' taining the body of Elsie Sigel to this
grievances of the union men city on the day after she disappeared
Include charges «f discrimination
and attempt.Hl
against union employes. The strikers restaurant here has boon discovered.
demand hearings for discharged men I j^n was not allowed to do so and
longer lum-heon time installation of employed a hackman to carry him and
bulletin boards in car barns announc-
oo
11
stating whether the
party pledges were, In his judgment.
r"tes- n^au8t-
be
remembered.
I the president Is the one who lias the
nm
„u,,„
second tiny Its street ear strike with ft."
none too pleasant feelings.
Rioting, it is predicted, wUl Imme- ICVC PCklCDll DDHDC
dintely follow an attempt by the car
AvAW ULllLnAL illUuL
V PACKING PLANTS
Former Inspector Writes Open
Letter to Secretary Wilson.
to leave it In a Chinese
the trunk back to Leon8 room ln New
rjty
The first real violence ln the car i This information was obtained from
strike situation occurred when foui-I
L, Blngi n
teen alleged strikebreakers were taurant conducted by Sam Palmer In
tased away from the Hankin car this city, and from James Haistead.
Chinese waiter in the res-
the hack driver employed by Leon.
barns by union Bympathirers. A fusil
lade of shots greeted the strlkebreak-1
ers as they emerged from the barns.
County Detective John Englert was
badly beaten by the crowd at the en
trance of the barns. Men from ft
nearby manufacturing plant chased permission, but told the police he did
the strikebreakers for more than a
mile.
IJ Ring told the police that Loon
brought the trunk to the restaurant at
I a. m. June 10 and asked Li If he
could leave It there for two days until
he found a plac« to put it. LI refused
not know the contents of the trunk.
Li allowed Leon to leave the trunk
In the restaurant until noon, however,
when Leon returned with Haistead
and took it away. LI stated that he
knew Leon and that Leon called to
see him two days prior to June 10,
but did not mention Elsie Sigel.
HEAT TWISTS THE RAILS
Two Passenger Trains Meat Disaster
in Colorado.
Denver, June 29.—Two trains in
Colorado met accidents as a result ap
parently of the Intense heat, which Is
wuald Lot. U iw .,^1
Ing for II. J. Leadbeater, a {aruiur,
who disappeared from his home three
miles out of this city two months ago,
found the mutilated form of the miss
ing farmer burled throe feet deep in a
potato patch, not ten feet from the
identical spot on which Smith stood.
Smith, according to the authorities,
has confessed, implicating Mrs. H.
Leadbeater, wife of the murdered man,
claiming she hilled her husband while
he was asleep, and Charles Swandt,
brother-in-law of the victim, who is
said to have helped the hired man
dispose of the body. Smith, Mrs.
Leadbeater and Mrs. Charles Swandt,
sinter of Mrs. Leadbeater, are under
arrest. While Swandt is not in the
vlelnlty a warrant is out for his ar
rest, which Is expected to take place
shortly In Minnesota. The exact place
was not revealed.
Ml*. Leadbeater maintains her Inno
cenoe.
Digs Grave, Then Ends Life.
Salem, Ind., June 23.—After digging
a grave for himself in the family
burying ground Joseph H. Hamilton, a
farmer, committed suicide by shoot
lng himself through the heart with a
shotgun.
La Crosse Strike Settled.
La Crosse, Wis., June 20.—Tie
street railway strike has been finally
ANNUAL STATEMENT
For the Year Ending December 31st.
A. O. 1908,
Of the condition and affairs of the
FIREMAN'S FUND INSURANCE COM
PANY,
Organised under tho laws of tho State of
California, made to the Commissioner
Of Insurance of tho State of Huuth Da
kota, pursuant to tho laws thereof.
President, Wrn. J. Dutton. Secretary,
Louis Welnmniin. Incorporated May 6,
18'«3. Commenced business Juno 18,
1863. Homo olHoc, 401 California street,
San Francisco, Cal.
CAPITAL 8TOCK.
II-
INCOM®-
aros9 rents
fr"m
company's
p^°,u on snlo or
Total Income »M«4.083.46
III. DISBURSEMENTS.
Net losses $2,324,311.03
Settlement of logins and ex
pense of adjustment
Paid stockholders for Inter
est or dividends
Advertising, postage, tele
grams, legal expenses, ex
press, etc:
Furniture, fixtures, under
writers' boards, tiro dt?part
ment fees and expenses, in
spections and surveys
Commissions or brokerage...
Salaries, fees, etc., of offi
cers, clerks, otc
Rents, Including for oom
pany's occupancy
Itepalr8 and expenses On
real estate
Taxes, licenses and insurance
department fees
Ixiss on sale or maturity of
lodger assets
All other disbursements
Total disbursements ..
Balance (6,509,393.16
IV. LEDGER ASSETS.
Book value of real estate.... 1566,110.50
Mortgage loans on real es
tato
Loans secured
Hook value of bonds and
stocks
Cash ln company's office...,
Cash in hank and in trust
companies
Agents' balances
Kills
receivable ....
othcr
le1Ker assets
Oroas assets
1
believed to have twisted the rails.
Eight persons were hurt, none fatally,
when three coaches of tho enstbound
Denver and Rio Cirande passenger
train No. 6 went into the ditch at Se
dalla, twenty miles from Denver. A
few hours later the engine and two
coaches of a Colorado Midland train
were derailed inside the city limits of
Denver. Tho passengers and crew
escaped with a shaking up. It was
the hottest day ln ten years ln Den
ver, the thermometer reaching 98.
Kills Rival and Himself.
Caruthersville, Mo., June 29.—Rival
ry between J. W. Head and Ottie Hush
for the hand of Mis Doiiio Kelky led
to a double tragedy ten miles north
of here. Head shot and killed Hush
whilo Bush was seated In a buggy
with Mrs. Kelley. Head thou shot
himself and died a few hours later.
Application for Receiver Denied.
Now York, June 29.—John L. Dud
ley's application for the appointment
of a temporary receiver for th» Unit
ed Status lCxpresu company was de
nied by Justice Guy in the supreme
court here. The court likewise de
nied Dudley's application for permis
sion to examine the company's books
and accounts.
WIFE ACCUSED OF MURDER
Body of Missing Mlnnesotan Found
Euricd on Farm.
Mankato, Minn., June 29.
«*aak Balth, a, hired man, protMted
ruirl posit ivelv
283,98®.00
169,950.00
4,071,290.10
8,321.87
483,275.24
854.W3.9
33.4!2.!»5
88.878 33
Total ledger assets 18,509,393.16
NON-LEDOER ASSET8.
55,751.35
Interest due and accrued
Market value of bonds and
stocks over book value
65,266.95
94.630,411 46
DEDUCT ASSETS NOT ADMITTED.
Agents' balances $53,309.18
Honk value of ledger assets
over markat value 124,890.5b
Total »178,199.73
Total admitted assets 99,452,211.73
v. LiAHiLinaa
Net losses and claims
Total unearned premiums....
Salaries, rents. expenses,
taxes, bills, accounts, fees,
otc duo or accrued
Commissions, brokerage and
other charges due or to be
cotno duo to agents and
brokers
All other liabilities
1418,486.44
3,941,901.51
•9,000.00
180,166 95
9,027.70
Total' liabilities i e
capital 93,642.572.60
cash 1,600,000.00
Surplus over all liabilities.... 1,209,639.13
Surplus as regards policy*
holders 9,809,639.13
Total 96.452,211.73
VI. PREMIUMS.
In force Dec. 91, 1907 96,690,771 Ar
Written or renewed during
the year 6,913,581
Total 913,604.353
Deduct those expired anA
marked off as terminated.. 6,541,876 1
In force at the end of the
year 97,062,477.ul
Deduct amount reinsured.... 1,3«!.342 js
Net amount in forco 99,693,134.J3
SOUTH DAKOTA TUTSINE8S DURING
YEAR 11HW.
Rtsks wrlti.n
Premiums received
1.0x»eiises incurred .....
Los.scs paid
Louses Incurred
Amount at risk
91,353,842.00
1«,8-'3.14
5,131.00
12,SV,.33
1,992,648.00
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA,
Department of Insurance.
Company's Certificate of Authority.
Whereas, The Fireman's Fund Insur
ance Company, a corporation organized
under the laws of California, has filed In
this office a sworn statement exhibiting Its
condition and business for the year end
ing December III, 11*is. conformable to the
requirements of the laws of tills state
regulating the business of insurance
and.
Whereas The -»'u company has filed
In this office a d-h certified copy of
its chart«»\ *vlth .-vrtiflcutc of organiza
tion, ln c-'inpllan with the requirements
of the insurance law aforesaid'
Now. therefore, I, V S. Hasford, Com
miss ncr of Insurance of the State ot
South Dakota, pursuant to the provisions
of sn'd laws, do hereby certify that the
above named company is fully empowered,
through its authoriczd agents, to transact
Its appropriate business of Fire, Marine
and Toriii'do Insurance in this state, ac
cording to the laws thereof, until the
thirty-first day of December, A. D, 10O8.
In fest'mony whereof, I have hereunto
set my 'i .nd and odielal seal at I'ierre,
•While, this Jfith ilav of March. A. D. 1909.
CMM&) O. 8. BASKORD.
Commissioner of Insurance.
i l-
S.
hll-li fi.L'.Ii
all points except that the cuipar.j. i.
to operate an open shop.
GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES
Duluth Wh«?at and Flax.
Duluth, June 28.—Wheat—On track
—No. 1 hard, $1.29Vfe No. 1 Northern,
$1.28: No. 2 Northern, $1.26 July,
$1.27 Sept., $1.11 v4. Flax—To arrive
and on track, $1.70 July, $1.75: Sept.,
I1.47U Oct., $1.41%.
Minneapolis Wheat
Minneapolis*, June 2S.—Wheat—
July. $1.27: Sept., $1.11% Dec., $1.
08%. On track—No. 1 hard. $1.29H
f?1.30 No. 1 Northern, $L2Rytff?l.
29^ No. 2 Northern, $1.2f% ^1.27*4
No. 3 Northern, $1.24«4©1.25%.
St. Paul Union Stock Yards
St. Paul, June 2S.—Cattle—Good to
Choice steer*, $H..'Off 6.r0 fair to goorl,
$4.r.ft(f?r.r,0 Rood to choice cows and
heifers. $4.2,"^ r,.2(5 veals, $r..50^6.00.
Hogs— $7.3ft!ffi7.C0. Sheep—Wethers,
$r».0(K/\5.25, yearllncs $R7R®fJ.25
lambs, [email protected] prin. lambs,
$7.50^3.60.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, June 28.—Wheat—July,
$1.15 Sept., $1.10^: Dec., $L08M
May, SI.11%. Corn—July, 70%c
Sept., '17V2C Dec., [email protected]%c May,
r.8%0. Oats—July, 49%c Sept., 43%
*?43%o Dec., 43%c May. 45%fi)
4f»%c. Pork—July, $19.95 Sept.. $20.
20. nutter Creameries, 22ff?25c
dairies, 20 ft 23
%c. Eggs—18fj:21c.
Poultry—Turkeys, 14c chickens. 13c:
springs, 1Gft22c.
Chicago Union Stock Ynxls.
Chicago, Juno 28.—Cattle—Beeves.
$6.20ft 7.40 Texas steers. $4.75ftf.20
Western steers, $4.75(0' 6.25 stockers
and feeders, $3.(10!T3.50 cows and
heifers, $2.50(?/,.50 calves, $5.50
7.50. Hogs—Light, $7.30ft7.90: mixed,
$7.45ft
10 heavy,
8,820.00
maturity of
179.50
22,420.00
43,839.49
160,000 00
•MS6.74
83.385.01
708,731.13
497.831.71
25.469.02
863.60
118.136.02
2,200.00
6,481.54
94,064,485.89
$7.55ft8.10
rough,
$7.55ft7.75 good to choice heavy,
$7.75ft 8.10 pigs, $r,.2oft 7.10. Sheep
—Native, $3.40ft 5.95 yearlings, $5.75
#6.90 lambs, $5.00®7.90: spring
IF W(H ONLY
Knew What Heap of Happi
jness Ft Would Bring Mad
ison Homes.
flaid to do honsework with tn n
itig back.
Brings hoars of misery St leisure or
at home.
Ii women only knew the cause—tbat
Backache pains come from sick kid
neys
'Twould save much needless woe.
Doan's Kidney Pills enre sick kid
neys.
2 Mrs. Frank McCabe, Dell Rapids,
8. D., says: "For years I was afflict
ed with acute, betring-dowu paina in
my back. I con Id not r« sfc well and
arose in the Homing tired, languid
and depressed. I also suffered from
headaches and dizzy spells and was
tumble to find anything that would
relieve me. At last I read of Doan's
Kidney Pills and pr cured a box. Thev
tnonght about a decided improvement
and I heartily endorse them."
For sale ny all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milbom Co., Buffalo.
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name— Dosn'8—and
take no other.
SIMPLE KKMbDY tUR LA URU'PK
La (irspie coughs are dangerous as
they freqrentl) develop into prirum nin
Foley's Honey aDd Tar not only stoj
the cough but Lenin and strengthens
the lungs
so
tbat no serious results need
be feared. The genuine Foley's Honey
and Tar contsins no i urmful drugs anti
is in a oil. w package. Refuse eubsti
tutes.—J. H. Anderson.
Mr. F. G. Frits, Oneonta, N. V
writes: "Mj little gi»l was great I.v bt
etitted by taking Foley's Orino i^axa
tive, and I hlnk it is the best remedy
for constsprtion and liver trouble."
Foley's Orii) Laxative is best for women
and children, as it is mild, pleasant and
effective, and is a splendiu spring medi
cine, as it clesnsoH the s\stern and
clears the comniection.—J. H. Anderson
OeWitt's Witch 81jy.fi
•-*«l*-s Sci(ds. ile'i
iO-mam
•S'Wevrt.:'-nW
Y-fEVER
r,isy
4#
I
ELY'S CREAM E/4LW
Sure to Civo Satisfaction.
OIVE8 RELIEF AT ONCE.
it cleanses, soothes, -als and protects the
liseascd membrane resulting from Catarrh
ind drives away a Cold in the Head qni My
Kostores the Sen^e-t of Taste and Hmejl
to use. Coutiuns no injurious drugs
\opli«*l into the nostrils and absiriod.
Lirge Size, 50 cents at Druggists or by
niil. Lupiid Cream Balm for r^o in
itonuzcrs, 75 cents.
%Y Bitf^HFRS, 56 WarrM ti.
L.
,-Zt'Jr5SS3BF3*mm
ro?f,V''s
,V
in
Then come and see me, and I will show
KstablisliMi l^s: OLD LINK
?few business written
Fncome
Paid folksy holders
OFFICERS.
K. Thompson, Pres.
W. J. Grrham, Vice L'oes. and Actuary
George E. Towle, Treas.
Holrert E. Efterly, Sec.
-lolin Baxter, Council.
Henry VV. Cook, Medical Director.
F. M. Stickney, Cashier.
H. F. White, Auditor.
Edgar Eshbaugh, Agency Director
F. Ball, District Manager
F. C. Stoltzman and S. G. Westaby Solicitors
MADISON CEMENT Ca
J. S. Thompson & Son, Prop.
Sidewalk Workers and
ai! Kinds of Cement Work
Phone Red-450
r. J. GALLAGHER
...Graduated Veterinarian
DENTI8TRY and SURGERY
A Specialty
Office and Hospital, Cornor Hart 11
Ave. and Third Street.
MADISON 80. DAK
IS THE BASIS OF
AIL WEALTH
and the demand for Lake County farms is increasing. If you
are in search oi a
Northwestern National Life Insurance Company,
A WESTERN OOMPAMV MilWeapOliS.
liilCUKD iUug
a Good Climate
where you can raise Wheat, Oats Barley Corp, Potatoes and in
feet everything adapted to this latitude and wheie
you car, successfully carry on
&
aissns:
O
and where your family will have the advantages ot
GOOD SOCIETY GOOD SCHOOLS
GCOD CHURCH FACILITIES
If you are renting land now, paying $3 to
rental, I will show you 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
rou
iust what yon want
I
A iar^e number of substantial buildings have been built
in Madison the past season and the cit'r is steadily
growing in population.
Correspondence Solicited
Ckas. Kennedy,
annual
$5
have such for vou.
K OTA.
FOR
#5,250,000 Insurance gain wrllteti
1,500,000 Gain in nssots
700,000 Gain in Surplus
January 1,1909.
ADMITTED ASSETS ......
Total phid to policy holders
Insurance in force
Tin- North wPwtwTft Life issues all the latest nwf most improved forms of policies, and in any nmmounts
desired. It invests its income for the upbuilding of the territory in which it operates, and hae loaned to
the farmers of Minnesota, Iowa, North and South Dakota over &V»00,000.
Purely Mutual
WESTERN PEOPLE
DIRECTORS
F. A. Chamberlain, Pros. Security Bank.
E. W. Decker, V. Pres. Northwestern Faak,
C. F. Jaffray, V. Pros. First Nalional Bank.
A. A. (Vane, V. Pres. Northwestern Nutional*Bftak
B. F. Nelson, Nelson-Tuthill Lumlier Co
L. K. Thompson, Pres. and General Mgr.
George E. Towie, Ti eas.
W. J. Graham, Actuary.
VAL BLATZ BREWING CO.
MILWAUKEE BEER
on draught at
FRED KURTH'S,
$2,500,000
460.000
50,000
6,700,000
7,50(1,000
21,000 000
Sioux Falls, S D.
Madison, S.
Madison, S. D.
J. S. MURPHY.
PETER HEAGNEY
Prioate stock, Wiener style, Bottle
at all Leading Saloons in the city.
1 L. J. AHMANN, Agent.
beer

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