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10. 19011
Weather Forecast.
Partly cloudy with ponsibly shower*
south jHjrtion tonight or Sunday.
Ice. Ice Ice.
Simpson, 209.
Phone Chas.
Train Schedule.
Arrive-From the west, 9:20 a. m.:
north, 9:30 a. east, 3:00 p. til..
Hoiitb, 8:10 p. in.
Depart--For the south. 9:40 a. m.
oast. 9:55a. in. north, 3:20 p. m.
west, :!0 p. in.
Ni«ht passenger -Arrive from the
oast, 12:0r a. depart for the east,
tried thorn all. "Jack'fl for
Foi Bale. Second-hand
wagon —Sid Lee.
Ureat sale of uiutaunjiner hats at
Mix* Bogen's.
A few hundr»d bnshela ear corn for
sale.—HHDH Urdahl.
John McDonald of Minneapolis is in
tho city calling on relatives and
Workmen are employed laying a
now roof on the Madison State hank
Mr*. Mayo and children were morn
ing paRRpn^era for Sherburne, Minn.,
on a visit to friends.
Wanted. Cook at the hospital.
Wages #30 per month. Apply to Mrs.
E. Clougli
Sale on all trimmed hate, now at
Morse'H millinery parlors. Some de
fldedly good "snaps" for first few
Miss Graco Docell#» who has been the
(flient of her yiwter, Mrs. Harold Rose,
Mturned homo to Hionx C'itv bv the
morning train.
Leslie Burnett, wife and children
departed this morning for Seattle and
Will upend Home time is the Pacific
•Oast country
At Miss Bogon'H you will find some
bargains in trimmed hats.
Wanted. nonnekeeper to take charge
of widower's home on farm. Address
Jfens Anderson, Bryant, S. D.
... Mil-.* Nellie Wright who has be-n
landing the week at the asHeuibly, re
^rned home lto_ Wentworth by the
morning train
are the latest success of any Eye Glass Mounting.
They are considered the Model Sanitary Guard and are
years in advance of all others. We cary all shapes
and sizes on hand and if you are bothered with having
your nose glasses come off, come to us and let us fi*
you out anew. We are constantly adding the latest
improvements to our Optical Department and you can
resi assured of a square deal when you trust your
eyes to cor optician.
Tirr nrm-wi'i
A Fine Variety of the
Popular Priced CORSETS
$1.M, $1.25, $1.50, $2.0"
as well as a nicer grade for
$3.50, $5.00, Etc.
Also some odd numbers
close out at 50^ per pair.
New form satisfaction chattel mort
gage blanks. All legal blanks for
sale at Daily Leader office.
Wanted. Bright intelligent young
man as salesman. Experience unne
ceesary. Apply corner Lee aod 5th
street Monday evening fcr Mallison.
For Sale: Six-room cottage, three
50 foot lots, large bam, chicken nouse
and poultry yards. Also a few S. O.
Buff (Jipin^ton chickens —Henry Niell
John Hall, jr., yesterday sold bis
farm seven miles north of the city for
|70 per acre The purchaser was i.
P. Betz of Pearl City, 111., and the
deal was made through the Banking
House of Mackay Bros.
Geo Satory has completed the work
of frescoing St. Thomas church and
departed for his home at Wabasha,
Minn. The work is very artistic, re
quiring about six weeks to complete
it and costing about $1,400.
W. A. Mackay in in receipt of a let
ter from C. Heid who with his wife
and Mrs. I. D. Smith recently wont to
Seattle to view the exposition. Mrs.
Smith is suffering from
litub, the resalt of a fall on the sea
shore. On the 4th of July Mr. and
Mrs Seid and Mrs. 8mith visited a
relative at Anacortez, on the sound.
While walking on the rocky shore Mrs.
Smith stepped on a moss covered rock
and falling broke both Ixmea of one ol'
her limbs between the knee and ankle.
Tom Smith will depart Monday for
Seattle to join his mother.
Dr. S. M. Jenks yesterday received
from his farm near Lawton, Okla.,
Rome of its product*. A novel thing
for this far north country is a cotton
plant contained in the collection. The
plaut was picked a week ago for ship
ment, in full bloom and foliage, but
was considerably wilted upon arrival.
The plant is about two feet in nelght
which about two fifths of the
height it attains at maturity The
hlimsoms are very pfetty and fragrant
When in full bloom a cotton field is
a beautiful flower garden. Dr. Jenks
also received samples of peaches from
his farm which he distributed HNug
his friends.
The Churches.
ChHstlm Science- Service at
residence of W. Wood, 10:45 a.
subject, Sacrament.
E. church—Morning service,
Sabbath school, 12 sermon ly
tbe pastor in the morning no evening
service. The stranger's Sabbath home,
and the church home for all'who den're
to worship with
Norwegian Lutheran Synod church
Services tomorrow evening at s
o'clock, in the English language. No
Sunday school. Parochial school dur
log tbs
W. Estrem, pastor.
Railroad Traffic Tied Up
Train from the Sotttlft
Worth Reading.
It is a matter of greatest encourage
meut to all who are interested in sani
tation and hygienic reform that our
statesmen anl government officials are
at last coming to recognize the fact
that the health, energy and stamina of
the people of tbe United States is the
geatest asset which this nation pos
sessee. it is also a matter of impor
tance to know that the daily use of
Golden Grain Beer is lieer is conducive
to good health It gives a feeling of
bodily comfort and mental exhilera
tion and makes red blood aud health
issue. Order of nearest dealer.
Explosion at Detroit Cnuats Consid
erable Damage.
Detroit. July 10.—As an outcome
the police think, of labor trouble
suit ense containing guncotton was
exploded under a pile of steel girders
in the yard of the Whitehead & Kale's
plant on Booker avenue The xp!o
F.lon wrecked windows for half a mile
around and caused considerable dam
nco to nearby factories. ('Specially th
plant of the Seltz Auto and Transrnls
slon company, where all of the win
dows were smashed and some of the
machinery was thrown out of balance
Tho girders were for use in an ex
tension to the postoflice. which 1- be
ing constructed by Whitehead & Kale
The firm has conducted an "open
Deafness Cannot he Cured
by lo al applications, as they
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way to cure deafness
and that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness is caused by an inflamed con
ditionof the mucous lining of the Ku
stachian Tube.
this tube in in
(tallied you have a rumbling sound or
imperfect hearing1, and when it is en
tirelv closed, deafness ia the result, and
unless the infiamation can be taken out
and this tube is restored to its normal
condition, hearing will be destrojed for
e?er, nine cases out of ten are caused by
Catarrh, which 1b nothing but an in
condition of the mucous surfaoes.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
anv case of deafness (caused by catarrh i
thet cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. Send for circulars,
P. J. CHENEY & CO Toledo, O.
Sold by Drungists, 75.
T»k« Hall's Flatty JWIto tor
Fine Audience Last Evening
Program for To-Morrow
aid Monday
Reports reached the city today of
The regular passenger train far
Sioux City departed on time this morn
ing, but at 1 :H0 p. m., Train Dis
patc&er Sorensou stated that the Mil
waukee train for the west had not left
Sioux City at that hour, with little
prospect of getting out today. Mr
Sorenson did not receive any particu
lars of the flood other than that rail
road traffic was interfered with.
A report which we were unable to
verity is to the effect that a cloudburst
occurred east of Akron, emptying the
water into the Floyd river which en
ters Sioux City from the northeast ami
empties into the Missouri river in the
southwest poition of the city, passing
through the packing house district
Great damage to this part of the city
has frequently been done bv floods in
the Floyd tiver. The Milwaukee road
crosses this stream in entering the city
from the south, but whether the delay
in railway traffic is caused by the
Floyd river or Perrv creek, which tin
Milwaukee also crosses in leaving the
city for the west, Mr. Sorenson was
unable to state.
About usual crowd attended
i tie assembly yesterday, the gate re
upts amounting to #H0. This swells
ie aggregate gate receipts to |'2,400,
nomrh income from this source to pay
ie expense of the talent. The ofti
itls of the association feel well gatis
iMi with conditions and look for a snr
i lus from the assembly this year.
Song. America, by the audience.
Remarks. Rev. Dr R. M. Hard mac
of Grace Episcopal church.
Readiug.Miss Jeanette Rae.
Evening program
Piano solo, Mrs. Jos. Heokio.
Heading, Miss Wadden.
(iirls' drill, nnder direction of Mist
disastroua flood from a heavy rain at
Sioux City last night. C. W. Wood,
whose niece, Alice Williams, is vinil
ing in the city, and who expected to
return to Sioux City today, received tt
telegram to detain the little girl in
this city nntil the flood subsides.
Violin solo, Mr. Jos. Ilenkin. Mrs.
Henkin piano accompanist.
Farce, talent and ghosts.
The Madison Day exercises will be
under the auspices of the ladiet*' im
provement committee.
Forecasts by Rev Irl Hicks
the Last Half of the
The program at the auditorium last
veiling was pleasing. The illustrated
ecture by A. K. Peck was highly en
lyed, and the jubilee singers continue
gain in popularity.
This evening the annual stockhold
ers' meeting will le held at 7 :i0,
jllowed by a conceit by the jubilee
ngeis at w :30.
Tomorrow will be the closing d.*y of
ne assembly proper, Monday being set
part as Madison Day with picnic din
er and entertainments at the auditor
am atferuoon aud evening by home
a lent
The program for tomorrow consists
Snnday school at 12 concort, jubilee
-ingers, 2:H0 sermon, 3 p.m., by Rev.
Valt llolcomb, Holcomb's horse race,
they're off. Vesper service, 5 p.m.
acred concert by the jabilee singers,
Following is the Madison Day pro
ram, Monday:
Picnic dinner.
In the afternoon,at the auditorium—
Piano duet, Misses Ketcham and
Reading, Miss Wickham.
Solo. Miss Townsend.
Remarks, Prof. May, newly elected
t?upt. of the Madison city schools.
A reactionary storm period is cen
tral on tbe 20th and 21st. This period
lies in the center of the Venus per
iod, and the characteristics of tht
Venus dUtnrbanoe will be noticeable
in black, blustering storm clouds, se
vere electrical stormB, and scattering
local dewnpours of rain We do not
look for general, diffused rainfalls
throughout the country, although th
Venus period being central on th
2'2nd covers the whole month, and i
as a rule attended by heavy rains.
A regular storm period ia centra
on the 2«th, extendiug from the 24th
to the ^th. It will not le surprising
if threatening conditions last foi sev
eral days before and after tbe center
of the Venus period, the 22nd. Heavy
electrical storms aud violent summer
gusts are very probable about tbe 'Jiird.
aud from date on through the period,
21th to 2Sth. The culmination of thi
period will come on, and touching
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, tb
2«th, 27th and 28th. Tbe moon will
le approaching its extreme declination
south, at its full, as the period culmi
nate* hencea change from excessive
Hammer warmth, and probanle '"hot
winds,'' is apt to follow up the storms
of this period, with the rising bare
meter and northwesterly winds, that
jbriug up the western tangents of storm
lareas. There can be no question but
atmospheric tides follow the moon iu
its declinations north and south, heme
when the moon is south, streams or
"rivera," of cooler air flow southward
fi'om polar directions, especially after
a series of heavy Venus thunder
storms. There is prospects for such re
suits, progressively from about the 27th
to the 80th.
People past middle life usually have
some kidney or bladder disorder that
saps the vitality, which is naturally
lower in old age. Foley's Kidney llera
edy oorreots urinary troubles.stimulates
the kidneys, and restores strength and
vigor. It oured uric acid troubles by
strengthening the kidneys
Authorities Believe They
the Right Man in
St. Louis, July 9.—Following is the
weather forecast by Rev. Irl Hicks for
the latter part of Jnly:
A regular storm period is central
n thf 14th. extending from the 12th
to the 17th. This period comes at the
culmination of the Mercury period and
within a few days of the center of the
Venus period. It also contains the
new moon at greatest declination
north As we enter this period the
temperature will rise very high, the
barometer will fall, and storms of
threatening aspect will visit many lo
calities. progressively from west to
east, between the 14th aud 18th. The
high temperature and storms may not
reach a final crisis until tho conjunc
tion of the moon witn earth and sun
on the 17th. This period promises th
heaviest rains, perhaps, of any period
of this month. After decided storms
aud the thermometer begins to rise,
hange to cooler will follow for a few
they will
strain out the uric acid that settles ii
the muscles and joints oauaing rheum
atiatn.—iit tL
Aberdeen, July 9.—Another day has
passed since tho murder of the three
members of the J. W. Christie family
aud Michael Rouayne and the develop
ments have been drawing the net of
circumstantial evidence about Einil
Victor, who was formally charged
with the murder in a hearing held be
fore Justice Spink Monday morning.
The discovery by State's Attorney
VauSlyke and Sheriff Anderson of a
witness who identified Victor as the
man he saw between Mellotto and
NorthviHe on Saturday morning wnen
Victor said he was on a train riding
from Conde to Northville, the an
thorities believe will go far toward
breaking down Victor's claim of an
Victor declares his innocence and
sticks to his first statement that on the
morning of the crime he was in Con
do, and that later be went from that
town on a train to Northville, where
he was captured.
On the way he says that he talked to
the conductor about the possibility of
getting a job in the town
To put these statements to the test
the sheriff and tbe state'B attorney
spent most of Monday in Conde and
along the road to Northville in the
effort to break his assertions
In all of his declarations regarding
his visit to Conde and the trip the man
is.vague and uncertain. He declares
that the Cotftle hotel has two stories,
which is true, but he cannot tell
whicn side of the street it is on or on
which side of the railroad the town
He can't describe tbe sppearance of
tbe men he talked to.
Mondaj a witness was Drought to
town from nesr Northville and shown
the prisoner, and he declares that he is
tht* same man he saw upon the road
making his way from Mellette toward
Ncrthviile at an hour which would co
incide with the other evidence
u the pursuit, along the trail of the
murderer, which was traced south
across the wheat field from the house
This trail was followed for two
miles from the farmhouse. It is easily
marked because the man walked on
ne Hide of bis foot, and made a,deeper
impression in the soft ground on one
side than the other.
Where the marks were lost it is
supposed that the man, whoever be
was, asked and was given a ride by a
passing team.
Tnis man declares that he plainly
saw aud spoke to Victor on the road.
Another man who was working near
tbe road also is willing to say tbat
he saw a man who looked like Victor,
hut he did not get a very good sight of
him as the man passing turned bis
head away and seemed intent upon
avoiding inspection.
The presence of this witness is
ouuted by the authorities as the
most important development of the
lay, as it directly attacks the aaser
tions of the accused man thai be was
in Conde that morning.
Minnesota Legislative Appropriation
for Roads and Bridges.
St Paul, July 10.—The supreme
court has declared the "pork barrel"
bill unconstitutional without a dissent
ing vote. The court hold that th
bill was in violation of tho article in
the state's constitution which forbids
the state being a party to tho carry
ing on of Internal Improvements
Chief Justice Start wrote the opinion.
The attack on the appropriation of
ffiUO.OOO for roads nnd bridges, made
by the last legislature and divided
among the different counties of the
state, was made by Senator L. O
Cooke of Wabasha.
At tho time the bill was passed
oblected to It nnd stated that hr
thought it unconstitutional. After th«
lepislature had adjourned he retained
W. B. Douglas, former attorney ge n
oral, and petitioned the district court
for an Injunction restraining State
Auditor Samuel G. Iverson from Issu
ing warrants for the money appropri
ated. The district court granted the
Injunction and the case was then
taken to the supreme court on a writ
of mandamus.
With the state road improvements
now up in the atr and no chance to
relieve the situation until the next
meeting of the legislature two years
hence the possibility of a special ses
sion of that body was put up to Gov
ernor Johnson, but he would not com
mlt himself He snld ho did not in
tend to cross any bridge until tt was
Will Fight for Middleweight Cham
pionship on Labor Day.
San Francisco, July 1».—Stanley
Ketchel and Sam Langford will fight
to a finish in Ely, Nev., l^abor day,
St pt. 6, for the middloweight chain
pionahip of the world and a purge of
$2.j,f00. This Is the announcement
made by Willlus Britt, manager of
Ketchel. Tex Hall, said to be repre
senting a syndicate of mining men
of the Nevada copper camps, has been
In this city for several days arrang
ing the match.
Belgians Win Rowing Contest
Henley, Eng., July 9.—The final of
the Grand Challenge cup was rowed
off here and was won by the Club
Nautlnue de Gond of Belgium, which
iefeated the Jesus college crew of
Cambridge by a bare length in the
Hat time it 9 minutes umi
Agt. for Lake Co.,
[)R. c. o. ESTREM,
Why buy the various patented Breakfast
Foods. You pay for the package and the
expensive magazine advertising and get
very little to eat. Madison Breakfast food
is put up in hsavy paper bags containing
live pounds of the Best Breakfast Cereal
made from the Cream of Wheat. It is
nutritious, easily made and is pure food.
for sale at all stores for 25c per Package.
Corn Meal, Graham, Rye,
Whole Wheat
Mill 240 PHONES Store 445
Is directed to our Young
Men's Suits. There of the
Featherweight Fabrics cut
to the latest styles—Genuine
"College" Styles—Not Styles
that make you look freakish.
In two and three piece Suits
$8.50 to $27.50
Who hasn't a Straw now?
Favorite Brands from 50c up
With Pneumatic Tirci, $550
With Solid Tires ..... $500
A Car of simple design built well—not a complicated design
built cheaply. Comfort, convenience and efficiency, combined
with a ridiculously small operating and upkeep cost. Designed
and built, not. by ambitions novices, but by seasoned veterans
tried out and proved by two season s use in tin hands of a satis
lied public for further particulars and descriptive catalog write to
Physician and Surgeon
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HOUSE PtiOKC, Grata 439
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