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W: 'f f: •iJ I- "1 1 •ft If f/i fe filiddert Tourists Put in euo? Time at Minneapolis. Minneapolis. July 10.—The Minne apolis Automobile club gave the Qlld ren tourists a full day of entertuin flicnt, starting at 9 a. m. with a trol ley tour in special cars to Minnehaha lulls. The view of the falls nnd In ipection of Longfellow glen was fol lowed by a continuation of the trip to Fort Rnelling. A special dross pa rade and review of all the troops now •t the fort was Riven. After the re view the officers extended to the vis itors the conrtoaies of the cluh. At 2 p. in. a sjHMinl train was taken to Savage, Minn., the stock farm of K. W. Savage- A race matinee was Ki ven, including a brush between Dan Patch nnd Minor Heir, the two fast est harness horses in the world. LABOR LEADER OUT ON BAIL Man Accused of Bomb Throwing Fur nishes Security. Chicago, July 10.—Vincent A. Alt Mian, a labor leader and former po liceman, who Thursday was bound ®ver to the grand jury suspected of laving knowledge of recant boinb ex plosions, is out of Jail. He was re leased on $20,000 balL ttefnre leaving the Jail AHman ealled In the newspaper men and •pain protested his innocence. Later his attorneys declared that When the case is heard they will pro duce the "Frank Smith" alleged to be "tko real bomb thrower." PROVIDES FOR BIG ISSUE OF BONDS Secretary MacVeagh CompleTErs Amendment to Tariff BUL Washington, July 19.—Tbe draft of Hie bond authorization provision, framed for in corporation ia the tariff kill with a view to mooting treasury ^piergeacies, has been cotrqdcfyd by Secretary MacVeagh. Tbe dgaft pro vides for authority to issuo bmdn to the extent of the cost of the Panama e&nal construction, approximately 1397,000,000, less the $150,000,000 nl .peady authorized, at not exceeding 3 ,'1 1 f. per cent interest. «, National banks are rapidly return tog government moneys deposited With them and recently called for by the secretary of the treasury. The amount payable to the treasury Under the last call up to July 31 is ,^65,042.900. The amount returned toy banks so far is $15,597,900. •I -fm bear STl^T^ "a('-~v -iij! ...• i Bottled Only at the Anhettser-Busch Brewery St. Louis, U. S. A. CORKED OR WITH CROWN CAPS DLL DAY OF EiiicR i AS..MENT Wf iVc'^lPjsv friend THE PHYSICIANS OF AMERICA know that the fermented juice of good barley and the tonic essence of Saazer hops is beneficial to the human family. It is safe to say that fully 75% prefer Budweiser The King of All Bottled Beers because the)' know it is alive with the strength of the finest northern barley and Saazer hops. Budweiser is brewed in the most sanitary plant ever built by man. Every drop of it is pure and healthful, and because of its inherent food and tonic value it is con stantly being recommended by thousands of physicians. CAUTION: To guard against deception and substitution, the corks are branded "Budweiser'* and that the "Crown Caps" the A and Eagle trade-mark. TRUST GOODS ARE BARRED Dickinson Issues Orders Regarding Army Supplies. Washington, July 1!».—Neither trust led, trust clothed nor trust armed will the American regular soldier be if Secretary of War Dickinson can pre vent. The secretary erf war has just is sued a new rule for the purchase of JACOB M. DICKINSON. supplies for the army. He directed Brigadier General Henry G. Sharpe, commissary man, to enter Into no di rect contract with any corporation which is a party to a trust or com bination in rest mint of trade. He has also directed that no dealings be had by the department with any agent or middleman who may he a representa tive of such a concern. TWO PERSONS MEET DEATH Motorman Loses Control of Car Rounding a Curve. Wapakoneta, O., July 10.—While a car on the Western Ohio electric line was rounding a curve at New Bremen, O., the motorman lost control and the car left the track and turned com pletely over. The conductor, Herman Hortratz, was Instantly killed, as was also a lineman. Several passengers were hurt. Warrants for Bankers' Arrest. Pittsl^urg, July 19.—Warrants have hoen isviicd for the arrest of David J. Richardson, former cashier A. L. Richmond, Jr., a director, and P. H. McKinnie, setond vice president and director, of the Cosmopolitan National bank. Thfr ti.ico are charged with mi-application, .(taking false entries arid making false icports. Richmond and McKumk arc ah o charged with aiding and Itcvtiiig the cashier. pHMi RB see that J. S. MURPHY, Distributor MADISON, 8. B. CHICAGO MAN IS SELECTED Charles R. Crane to Be Minister to China. Washington, July 17.—Charles Crane of Chicago, vice president ot the Crane company, has been chosen by President Taft. to represent th Ignited Stall's as minister to China, ruceeeding W. W. Rockhill, who was taken from China to be ambassador to Russia. It is said that Mr. Cram has announced his willingness to ac cept and that the appointment awaits the exchange of the usual preliminary formalities between the two countries Mr. Crane ia young, wealthy, a man of the world, a scholar and an exten sive traveler. He is one of the fore most American authorities on the poll tics nnd business of the Far East and in addition his" knowledge of Russia, whose policies have embraced North ern China and are still to be reckoned with despite the late war with Japan, is i rofound FEARED LIFE IN ASYLUM Children Chicago Woman Kills Two and Herself. Chicago, July 19.—Suicide and mur der rather than confinement in an in stitution for the feeble minded was the choice of Mrs. Annie Schenkle. whone body, with those of her two sons, Harry and Carl, aged seven and eleven, respectively, was found in a gas filled room in her home here. Such, at least, was the opinion of Joseph Schenkle, husband of the dead woman, in accounting to the police for the death of his wife and two boys. Schenkle told the police that he had contemplated putting his wife in an asylum and he supposed she had learned of the plan In some manner and decided to thwart it WILL NOT PLEAD GUtLT+ 8ugar Trust Officials Deny Report in Circulation. New York, July 19.—It was denied here that there was any trnth in the report that pleas of guilty would be entered toy the American Sugar Refin ing company, or its officials, to the federal indictments against them al leging violation of the Sherman anti trust law. Attorneys for the defend ants declare that there is no inten tion on the part of any of their cli ents to enter such a plea. EXCELS PREVIOUS RECORD Glenn H. Curtiss Makes Long Flight in Aeroplane. Mlneola, N. Y„ July 19 —A flight of 14.7 miles in 53 minutes and 4t sec onds was made by Glenn H. Curtiss in his a«roplase over the Hempstead Plains course for the cup offered by the Scientific American. In this flight Curtiss excelled all his previous rec ords and all American aeroplane roo ordB tor the year. GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES Duiuth Wheat and Flax. Duluth, July 17.—Wheat—On ti —No. 1 hard, $1.33% No. 1 North -rn. $1.32 No. 2 Northern, $1.30 'y $1.81: Sept., $1.11%. Flax—To arrive and on track, $1.59 July, $1.58 S t, $1.4644 Oct, $1.39%. Minneapolis Wheat. Minneapolis, July 17—Wheat-r-JuJy 11.30% Sept., $1 11% Deo., $1.0W On track—No. 1 hard, $1.32%* 33% No. 1 Northern, $1.31%a 1.31:U: No. 2 Northern, $1.29% N'j. Northern, $1.27%®1.2SV4. 8t. Paul Union Stock Yards. 9t. Paul, July 17.—Cattle -Qood to eboieo steers, $5.50® 6.50 fair to good $4.50ffr».B0 good to choice oows and heifers, $4.25^5.25 veals, $5.50f?r v. Hogs-—$7 50^7.S5. Sheep—Wether $4.2B(ff 4.85 yearlings, $5.25^5 ffl.08 May, $1.10%. 69^ic Sept., 65^4c Dec 75, lambs, $« .00ffr7.50 spring lambs. $email@example.com. Chicago Grjrin and Provisions. Chicago, July 17.—Wheat—July 11.20V4 Sept., $l.ll*fc Dec., $1.07", Corn—July, 56c May. 66%c. Oats—July, 45%c Sept., 41 \i @41%c Dec., 41-T4c May, 43%c. Pork —July, $20.fir Sept.. $20.80 Jan., fl? 80. Butter—Creameries, 22% (7? 2'ic dairies. 20OT23ftc. EggB—18^l»lc. Poultry—Turkeys, 14c chickens, 13c springs, IS fa 19c. Chicago Union 8took Yards. Chicago, July 17.—Cattle—Beeves, $4.85f( 7.50 Texas steers, $4,"0£ifi(0. Western steers, $4.80^/6.25 stocker.* and feeders, fS-lCTS. 10 cows iid heifers, $2.40ft'6.35 calves. $6.00 8.T5. Hogs -Light, $7.55^8.05 mixed $7.70018.25 heavy, $?.70ft'8.30 rough $7.70^ 7.85 good to choice hea\ y. $7.85tr 8.10 pigs, $t .60£t 7.45. 3h«ep —Native, $2.75f4.90 yearlings, $4 60 06.00: lambs, $4.75@8.S0. MQTHER'SGRATITUDE Many a Mother in Will Appreciate Following. Many ft strong man" and many healthy woman has much for which to thank mother. The care taken durum their childhood bruiight them imt tbe danger point and made them healthy men and women. Chi tr* ti are generally bothered at some period with incontinence of urine, and ina bility to retain it is ofttimes called a haoit. It is not the children's fault —the difficulty lies in the kidneys, and can be readily righted if taken in the proper way. A Madison mother shows you how. Mrs. Fred Warner, formerly living on Houth Eighth street, Madison, 8,1 eays: "Five years ago my little hov suftered from a weakness of the k i nevs He became very restless »nd often complained of his back paining him severely. He seemed to have no control over ^the kidney secretion.-. especially during tbe night. Not lung ago my daughter also ltegao to suffer from a similar complaint and as I had seen Doan's Kidnej Pills highly re commended. I decided to give them n trial. I procured a box at Ander son's drug store and the Jesuits wetv so gratifying that I procured a tnr ther supply. Today my daughter in completely cured and my son is gte ily improving." For sale by all dealers. Price cents- Foster-Milbnrn Co., Bufful New York, sole agents for the Unite Htates. Remember the na»e—Doon's—*md take no other. SIMPLE REMEDY FOR LA ORIPPF La Grippe coughs are dangerous as they frequently develop into pneumcirin Foley's Honey and Tar not only sto| the cough but heals and strengthen* the lungs so that no serious results ne be feared. The genuine Foley's Hon and Tar contains no harmful drugs arid is in a yellow package. Refuse aubsti tutes. J. H, Anderson. NIGHT m°uR '•FEVER 1 ELY S CREAM BALM Sure to Give Satisfaction. OIVES RELIEF AT ONCK. *t. cleun^s si oi) s, her.h and protect* tin iiso.t n'd mi'iTiliruite resulting from Cutarrf. iid rives nwiy a Onld in IV Head qr.ii-kly teste oh the Senses* of Tiv*te ami Hun ii '•u"Y to ive. Contains no inj'iri. tis «l.i»g* »*d into tho iiHtrils ard absorbed. S'/.i', r.0 t*P!:U ut Druggists or by i* i a! Cn am Balm fur in -i, 7-1 roii IM- tk* BIV'THf HS, 6S Warras St Ntw Ysit If Madison the you Kstiitiiished 1hS" OLI.) LINK New business written Income Paid policy holders OFFICERS. L. K. Thompson, Pres. W. J. Grrham, Vice Poea. and.Actuary George E. Towle, Treas. Rolert E. Efterly, Sec. John T. Baxter, Council. Henry W. Cook, Medical Director. F. M. Stickney, Cashier. H. F. White, Auditor. Edgar F. Elshbaugh, Agency Director F. Ball, District Manager F. Stoltzman and S. G. Westaby Solicitors MADISON CEMENT CO. J. S. Thompson &. Son, Prop. Sidewalk Workers and all Kinds of Cement Work Phone Red-450 r. J. GALLAGHER ...Graduated Veterinarian DENTISTRY and SURGERY A Specialty Office and Hospital, Corner Harth Ave. and Third Street. MADISON SO. DAK LAND IS THE BASIS OT ALL WEALTH aiid the demand lor Lake County farms is increasing:. II you are search, of a Home in a Good Climate where you can raise Wheat, Oats Barley fact everything adapted to this latitude and wheie you can successfully carry on Dairying & Stock Raising and where your family will have the advantage!! ot GOOD SOCIETY GOOD SCHOOLS GOOD CHUKCH FACILITIES Then come and see me, and I will show are rentme land now, paying rental, I will show you "just as good iand and sell it/to you at what you will pay out in rental where you are in three years, and will give you easy terms ol payment If you want a good location in Madison MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. Northwestern National Life Insurance Company, Minneapolis. A WESTERN COMPAMY FOR WESTERN PEOPLE RECORD 1908 Core, rou Alar^e number ot substantial buildings have been built in Madison past the and season $5,2.")0.(K»0 Insurauofi g»in writt»Mi l,r»00,000 Gain in assets 700,000 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 desired. It invests its income for the upbuilding of the territory in which it operates, and the farmers of Minnesota, Iowa, North and South Dakota over Towle, Potatoes and in iust what you want to $3 annual $5 such for vou. I have is steadily thw£it~r growing in population.*" Correspondence Solicited Chas. B. Kennedy, Treas. W. J. Graham, Actuary. VAL BLATZ BREWING CO. MILWAUKEE BEER on draught at FRED KURTH'S, J. S. L'uiely Mtilua IftlMHHi no.ooo :.7oo,ooo l.iVMl.OOO 24.i40(iooo anv hae ammounl loamxi it DIRECTORS F. A. Chamlxrlain, Pres. Swurity Bank. E. W. Decker. V. Pres. Northwestern Pank. C. F. Jaffray, V. Pres. First National Bank. A. A. Crane, V. Pres. Northwestern NationalSBank. B. F. Nelson, Nelson-Tuthill Lumber Co. L. K. Thompson, Pres. and ti«Mtec*i Mg^r. George E. Sioux Falls, S. D. Madison, S- D. Madison, S. D. MURPHY, PETER HEAGNEY Prioate stoch, Wiener style, Bottle beer •t all Leading Saloons in the city. L. J. AHMANN, Agent.