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fe' ll I. i! r: ill ,- $ &- %-i 3& |V sr. & *S 'I' i ft I |X'- w, Spy V sY fry 1 -Jl W •.M p' pfv |l|j' lag -vn. 4. ?*. r? I#' K Rfc'".' 'ii iip^ lig|gkv. i :U |§h^: SECOND PARADE A MILITARY ONE -w Iftif Iflffs Its Trftrate to ..Hudson and Fulton. •AMY THOUSANDS MARCH Thm l|L Un« at Naw Ytffr. Include Svilora and Marines From All the Ffraifn Warship* In Port—Pageant Rtvla^ad by Governor Hughes, Mayor McClellan and Celebration "j Cam miss loners. New York, Oct L—Tfca army add ^•d Its tribute to that which the navy *aa lavishly paid to honor the mem fery of Henry Hudson and Robert Ful ton. This second of the three parades 0f the week from the upper end of Ceatral park to Washington square, lalonir Central park west and Fifth mvenue, called together a variety of ^organisations and nationalities such hm New York has seldom seen. Although the parade was classed as ,* military affair tho mon of the war Hleet anchored in the North river were the chief attraction. Every one of thn Hlghting ships contributed its quota of ••llors and marines and the tars of England. France, Germany, Italy, Hol fand, Mexico, Argentina, Haytl and Cuba marched with the Jackie* of tJncle Sam. The parade Included 25,000 men. Hfter the marines and sailors came Several detachments of the United IBtates army, led by tho West Point "cadets. The New York state national guardsmen composed the next divi sion and bulk of the parado. Grand ^iAvmy pofta and various independent prganlsatlona, most famous of which ''was the Albdny Burgess corps, made lap the rest of the line. The parade was reviewed by Gov ernor Hughes and Mayor McClellan iuid the officers of the celebration jsommlasion at the official stand la the •ourt of honor on Fifth avenue. FIRE ADJOINING THEATER #atMne of 8t. Paul Opera House Never Knew of Affair. St. Paul, Oct. 1.—Fire that broke #01 on the fourth floor of ?N Chicago Great Western building adjoining the ^Metropolitan theater was put out fcrhile the audience Bat tranquilly in Ithelr seats unaware cf the danger. A proMbJe panic was averted by presence of mind and quick action ~v4f the dtoater employes, Patrolman William Zachow and the fire depart ment ... Officer Zachow saw smoke issuing from the windows of the office build »Jhg. He quickly turned In the alarm Nsind then warned the theater officials. 'ifi van was placcd at each exit, the :i(Ioots of the theater closed and the lorokestra Quietly told to play its loud When tJte firemen arrived a few jRinutes later they carried chemicals iap the Mbtrif leading through th" without disturbing the people The t»a was found to be among Mae paper on the ,'bnm V I fourth floor and wrtitfaMlkad with slight loss. MIL FOI HOME QUIETLY B. Ciklne and Miss Katharine Now on Ooean. Parts, Oct 1.—Mrs. Stephen B. MpBklM, with her two sons and daugh Sfftar. Miss (Catherine filkins, have from Cherbourg on the White ffae atoaaher Adriatic for New -YoKk. They left quietly and their jnaaaea do not appear on Ate p&seonger v la spKe of denials the statement is irelterated here that Miss Blklns and -llher mother recently went to Bad Oas teln. where they saw the Duke of the JAtwiusL FWCEDINTO BANKRUPTCY nvaman's" 8unflower OH Refining Company of Kansas. Ftert Soott, Kan., Oct 1.—The jSwflower Oil Refitting company, op i yaralting a big plant at Niotaze, Kan., :waa forced into bankruptcy here by 's creditors, who assert that the com- AT has admitted its Insolvency in i ?|haiving the state court appoint a re oefrer. Mrs. Baaknan A. Kaossman of Rochester, If. Y., is president and manager of the concern, which is ^f'^SkMwn among oil men as "the wo ease*?* WSINES$*€N TURNED DOWN jOaiaha Street Car Company Refuses te Arbitrate. Omaha, Oct 1.—All efforts to storing about by arbitration a settle mamt of the street car employes' katitke have thus far been Ineffective. Wtor business men of the city called upon President Wattles of the street railway company and urged him to to some plan of arbitration, rep iting to him that the present sit la Injuring business. Nothing yfaaulted from the conference. A statement by the management of tha Ak-Sar-Bep festival shows that tie attendance was 46 per cent less tlfo on the opening day a year ago. illia If regarded as wholly due to the atreet ear atrllM ALL TRIBES NOT WHIPPED Opposition Press in Spain Says Re joicing Is Premature. Madrid, Oct. 1.—The popular re joicing over the victory of the Span ish forces in Morocco culminated at midnight, when immense crowds as sembled before the royal palace shout ing: "Long live the king." On appearing on the balcony King Alfonso was wildly cheered. The opposition press covertly Insin uates that the proclamation of vic tory Is premature, as the Beni-Huifrur, Beni-Said and Bent-Gafi, the fiercest mountain tribes, have not f«t been whipped. Melllla, Morocco, Oct. 1.—While the population of the Melilla garrison wa6 stlil rejoicing over the capture of Mount Guruga, the Moorish strong hold, fighting was commenced on the summit of the mountain. The Span ish post there was attacked by the Moors, but the tribesmen were easily repulsed. MAY ENTER THE DRUG FIELD United Cigar Stores Company la En large Its 8cope. New York, Oct 1.—It is reported that the United Cigar Stores com pany Is making preparations to enter the drug trade by operating a chain of stores under the name of the Lauer Drug company. It is said that three stores in New York city have already been acquired and it is ex pected to add to them until the com pany has a chain extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific. STEAMER ROOSEVELT REACHES NEW YORK Peary's Vessel to Participate in Hudson-Fulton Celebration New York. Oct. 1.—With the flag of tho Peary Arctic club at her mast head tho little steamer Roosevelt, which bore Commander Peary on hL quest of the North pole, entered New York harbor. It was barely daylight when the lookouts discerned the ves sel off Sandy Hook, coming slowly. Few of the vesso's in the "ower bay rccognlzed the Arctic steamer as she rounded the Hook. Off the point of the Hook the Roosevelt gave three triumphant screams of her siren and ran up the Peary Arctic flag at her masthead. THE ROOSEVELT. then the flag of the New York Yacht club at her fore and the American en sign at her mizzen. Turning the point, of the Hook the Roosevelt headed into the Horseshoe and anchored within half a mile of tho government dock. Commander Peary's ship arrives in the nick of time to participate in the closing ceremonies of the Hudson Fulton celebration. "There is no doubt," said Captain Bartlctt of the Roosevelt, "that the Stars and Stripes have been 'nailed to the North pole* and no doubt that Mr. Peary was there. Peary got there because he was tho only man that the Eskimos will follow out of sight oi land." SERIOUS FLOODS IN MAINE Cause Heavy Damage to Property In That State. Portland, Me., Oct 1.—One of the worst floodc in the history of North ern and Eastern Maine and Western New Brunswick, resulting from the heavy rainfall of the past few day?, hart already caused great damage In Aroostook, Penobscot, Piscataquis. Somerset ar.d Washington counties in this state. At many points the swollen rivers continue to rise and cause further de struction. Washouts on railroad lines have interfered greatly with traffic and in some sections trains are at a standstill and a number of cities and towns are cut off from rail com munication. One death has been re ported due to the flood, that ol Charles P. Keefe, a Bangor and Aroos took railroad engineer, who was caught under his engine when hi* train was derailed by a washout net: West Sebois. Most of the freshet damage thus fai has been along the smaller streams The los* already caused by the carry Ing awav o! logs will reach thousand# of dollars. CHRIS1IE HANGS ON NOV. 16 South Dakota Quadruple Murderer Sentenced. Aberdeen, S. D., Oct. 1.—Emil Vic tor, convicted of the murder of Mil dred Christie, aged eighteen, was sen tenced to be hanged Nov. 16 in Aber deen. Victor was accused also of murder ing Mildred Christie's father and mother and Michael Ronayne, an em ploye, but was tried only for the raur der of the girl. The motive for th« galflM 1909 SUN MON,T WOULD AID IN GRAFT FIGHT Chicago Prosecutor Declines AjH ft» vate Donations. Chicago, Oct. 1.—The graft inves tigation being conducted by State's Attorney Wayman was encouraged by the county commissioners, who voted an appropriation of $10,000 to be used at tho discretion of the prosecutor. It was decided, however, no part of the money could be used as a "secret fund." At the same time It was learned definitely that wealthy Chlcagoans who were interested in the state's at torney's crusade on vice and crime, recently had offered to donate a lump sum of $100,000 in the event the com missioners refueed to grant the ap propriatlon asked for by the prose cutor. All private donations were de cllned by Mr. Wayman. ON EDUCATION OF STUDENTS China to Use Returned Boxer lndem nity in United States. Washington, Oct. 1.—There is tc te a peaceful Invasion of America by Chinese youths, who will be sent here for education. The Chinese govern ment has decided to maintain in this country 400 students and as long as 11 lasts the money which the United Statos returned to China out of lta share of the Boxer Indemnity fund will be used to defray tho expenses After acquiring an occidental educa tlon the young Chinese will retura home to take places in the civil ser* Ice. Suicide's Act Untxptofned. Boston, Oct. 1—Henry Whiting Flaprg, son of George A. Plagg, secra tary and treasurer of the Calumet and Hecla Mining company, was found dead by suicide in a room above tha office of the company in Ashburtoo place. Young Flagg was employed as a clerk for the Calumet and Hecla He was thirty-two years old. His ad is unexplained. PASSING OF NOTED PEOPLE COLONEL WILLIAM R. MORRI SON, politician and former Interstate commerce commissioner, is dead at Waterloo, 111., aged elKhty-four. Colo nei Morrison became prominent in 1884 as leading Democratic authority on the tariff. He served in congrcsu from 1861 to 1865 and again from 1873 to 1887. JOHN VAN NORTWICK, million aire paper and pulp manufacturer and owner of more water power righte than any man In Wisconsin, ifl dead at his home in Appleton from heart failure. Mr. Van Nortwick was prom Inently connected with various Wis consin business interests. DR. ANTHONY DOHRN, fouodei and director of the famous biological station at Naples, Italy, and woil known to naturalists throughout thfl world, Is dead. JOE H. THOMPSON, one of the closest friends and advisers of presi dent Johnson during the famoufi im peachment trial, is dead at Shelby ville, Tenn. GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICE? Minneapolis Wheat. Minneapolis, Sept. 30.—Wheat Sept., 97%c Dec., 97%@97%c May, $1.01% & 1.01 Vt. On traok—No. 1 hard, fl.01tttfn.01fc No. 1 Northern, $1.- 00^frl.00% No. 2 Norther^ fleqio No. 3 Northern. 97®97He. St. Paul Live 9tock. Ct Paul, Sept. 30.—Cattle—Good to chono steers, $8.75ffl7.R0 fair to good, $5.00?i6.75 good to choice cows and heifers, $4.25ifi 5.25 veals, $firstname.lastname@example.org, Hogs—$7.70&8.10. Sheep—Wethers, I4.2B ^4.50 yearlings, $5.00 @6.25 lambs, $email@example.com. Duluth Wheat and Flaxk Duluth, Sept. 80.—Wheat—To arrive and on traok—No. I hard, $1.00% No. 1 Northern, $1.00% No. 2 Northern, 98^4c Sept., 99c Oct., &pc Qec., 97\c May, $1.01 ^4. Flax—To arnvd, $1.8f.V& on track, $1.2?tt dept., fL 44 Oct.. $1.36% Nov.. $1.36^ Deo. $1.33% May, $1.88. Chicago Grain and Provisions. Chicago, Sept. 30.—Wheat—Sept, $1.20 Dec., 99%fr99%c: May, $1.02H (a I.0214. Corn—Sept. dlVfcc Oet., U?fec Dec., 577/&(&58c May, 60%c. Oats—Sept., 48o Dec., 38% May, 4l%c. Pork—Sept., $ 25.20 Oct., $23.15 Jan., $18.25 May, $18.05. Butter—Creameries, 24H@29c dair ies, 22@26c. Eggs—18(J?24c. Poultry —Turkeys, 17c chickens, springs, 15%c. Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, Sept. 30.—Cattle—Beeves, $4.10(?i!8.50 Texas steers, $3.85ra B.lO Western steers, $4.001?6.75 stockers and feeders, $3.15^5.25 cows and heifers. $2.10fi6.00 cnlvec, $7.00@ 9.00. Hogs—I.ifcht, $7.f»ft0l8.2f mixed, $7.6Oft8.40 heavy, $7.8O$f8.40 rough, $7.50'(»,7.75: good to choice heavy, $7.7f)fa'8.40 pigs, $6.40^7.60. Sheep —Native, $2.651r4.40 yearlings, $1.60 CHIM§£ OFFICIAL IU BLAMt Itiqutry Into Death of Hairah All Concluded. Peking, Oct. 1.—Tho foreign board has concluded an inquiry Into the death of Hazrah All, an Indian sur veyor attached to meteorological ex pedition under the command of Lieu tenant R. S. Clark, formerly an officer of the American army. Hazrah All was killed last June by natives in Kamsu province. The members of the expedition were oleared of all respon sibility for the death of the Chinamen who wfre killed in the encounter with thi- r.s.tlvc8. The evidence showed Ihat a Chinese official with anti-for ei^n tendencies was responsible for arousing th' antagonism of the na tives of Kansu province. Insurance Man Ends ktfa Grand Rapids, Mich., Oct. 1.—Dr Alfred M. Webster, general secretary of the New Era association, a life in surance organization, was found dead on the floor of the offices of the asso elation with a bullet hole in his head. He had shot himself evidently with suicidal intent. Given Five'Years'Ifi Prison. New Haven, Conn., Sept. 30.—Fred erick H. Bri^ham, bookkeeper of the Merchants' Np^ional bank, pleaded guilty to making false entries and was sentenced to iivn years in the penitentiary. McDANIEL & TRIMMER CONSULTING CIVIL ENGINEERS Special Attention Given ts land Drainage and Surveys CHAS. A. TRIMMER, MADISON, S.D. O^ice with c. Ball High Class Purs Complete Stock of my own make at Manufacturer's PRICES Mail Orders Prompt ly Attended to AUGUST WILLIGES SIOUX CITY'S FURRIER Sioux City, Iowa MADISON CEMENT CO. J. S. Thompson & Son, Prop. Sidewalk Workers and all Kinds of Cement Work Phone Red-450 R.W. THOMPSON, CHAS. B. KENNEDY KENNEDY,* VtM President. —THE State Bank MADISON, S. FARM JLOANS AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES READE & PAULSON PRACTICAL SHOEING Located at the Croom McLean Shop, Shoe the lame and the sound. SHOE THEM ALL. QlflFWAI IIQ Concrete Foundations Jll/LTT ALIVJ, AND BRIDGES ALL WORK GUARANTEED Brookmgs Cement Co. LAND IS THE BASIS Of ALL WEALTH and the demand lor Lake County farms is increasing:. If you are search of a Home in a Good Climate where you can raise Wheat, Oats Barley Core, Potatoes and in fact everything adapted to this latitude and where you can successfully cany cn Dairying & Stock Raising and where your family will have the advantages GOOD SOCIETY GOOD SCHOOLS GOOD CHURCH FACILITIES Then come and see me, and I will show *ou lust what you want If you are renting land now, paying $3 to $5 annual rental, I will show yuu "just 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 grve you easy terms ol payment If you want a geed location in Madison I A lar»e number ol substantial buildings have been built in Madison the past season and the cit is steadily growing in population. Correspondence Solicited Chas. B. Kennedy, MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA. VAL BLATZ BREWING CO. MILWAUKEE BEER on draught f&ED KURTH'S, oi have such for vou. J. S. MURPHY, PETER HEAGNEV Prioate stock, Wiener style, Bottle beer at all Leading Saloons in the citp« L. J. AHMANN, Agent. Women Suffer Agonies from Diseased Kidneys And Most Women Do This Not Knowing tho Real Cause of their Condition These poor, suffering women fcave been led to believe that their misery of mind ahd body ia entire ly due to "ills of their sex." Usually the kidneys and bladder are re aponsible—or largely so. And In Buch cases, the kidneys and blad der are the organs, that need and must have attention. Those torturing, enervating Bick headaches, dragging pain3 in back, groin and limbs, bloating and swell ing of the extremities, extreme Jiervousness or hysteria, llstless ness and constant tired, worn-out feeling—are almost certain symp toms of disordered and diseased kidneys, bladder and liver. DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills have, In thousands of cases, been demonstrated as remarkably beneficial in all such conditions of female organism—affording the most prompt relief and permanent benefit. As an illustration of what these Pills will do, Mrs. P. M. Bray of Columbus, Ga., writes that she was •ery ill with kidney trouble, and that she is now well—and that these Pills are what cured her. They are very pleasan* to take, and can in no case, produce any deleterious effects upon the system •jrupjr, alcoholic, liquid piwh arations are apt to do. E. C. DeWitt ft Co., Chieig»,m? want every man and woman who have the least suspicion that thejr are afflicted with kidney and bla* der diseases to at once write them, and a trial box of these Pills will be sent free by return mail potfr Do It to4ur.