MAD PATRONS WRECK CARS
Service caused a riot at Wilrnerding,
fifteen miles from Pittsburg, when
1,000 Westlnghouse employes com
pletely wrecked the cars of the Pitts
Imrg Street Hallway company running
between that place and East MoKeea
port. About twenty persons, Includ
ing ten women,, were more or less
Enforcement of the recommendation
01 the street railroad commission
Against passengers riding on the front
fflatform when there was not an Inch
Of standing room in the car caused
the riot and before it was quelled
Several cars were badly wrecked,
traffic was tied up an hour and the
police compelled to take active Bteps
to stop the disturbance. Two police
p«n were badly hurt by flying stones.
Ieed many locomotives
Jtallroads Placed Orders for Hundreds
Chicago, Nov. 4.—Ordew for crrw
ibo locomotives were placed by the
railroads during the month of Octo
ber, aside from a single order of the
*|lew York Central for over 300.
Tho Chicago, Milwaukee and St
faul haB Juat placed orders for fifty
consolidation typs locomotives from
the Baldwin locomotive works and
*Hy Atlantic type engines from the
American Ixcornotive company.
It Is reported the Northwestern is
"fcfooiit to place an order for 100 In
addition to a large order recently
plac«d and the Alton has just placed
order for three articulated com
pounds with twelve driving wheels.
BEHIND THE CONCERN
foodrow Wilson Says frs Ose
lou Is Punish Corporations.
4.—"The law has
iJhlWied its duty when It attempts to
punish corporations. It is an idle un
dertaking and will never be snccesv
*1. The law must And the individual
.lb the modorn corporation If It desires
to check the evils of Lho business
Drorld, even though fines be piled high
lb the treasury."
This was the substance of an ad
a here by President Woodrow
IVIlson of Princeton university, In
^•losing the centennial celebration of
the McCormick Theological seminary.
*e said in part:
"In our modern economical life
en are in gigantic groups and each
els that his conscience Is pooled,
he great danger is that men think
can compound their conscientious
Scruples on the ground thut they can
ftot move independently under pea*
iilty of being crushed."
MEDAL FOR PEARY
geographic Society Appravaa Report
•i .1 of Comrr.ittee.
Washington, Nov. 4.—By a unani-
vote the board of managers of
e Geographic society ap
proved the report of the special com
ttittee appointed to examine the rec
«rds uf 'Jounnander Robert E. Peary.
The report, was to the effect that
#eary reached the North pole on ApriJ
of this year, as he claims.
The board also decided to appoint a
jfturwittee "to examine tho records of
Although Dr. Cook was not named
fb the statement he was the explorer
particularly referred to.
Gold medals were awarded to Con:
Ipander Peary and Captain BartleU.
^kipper of the Roosievi3l*„
"Father Time'' Burned to DMrth.
Wapello, la., Nov. 4.—Philander A.
MJnnstan, familiarly known as "Father
^ime," was burned to death in a fire
*rhich destroyed the barn on the N.
f). Farver farm, where Ura-.stan lived.
I'lie aged man had a little room in the
tfcarn, in which he had been housed
Engine Derailed Two Killed.
Winnipeg, Man., Nov. 4.—A light
of the Canadian Pacific rail-
Went over an embankment on
Phoenix branch near Nelson, B.
killing Leo McAstocker, engineer,
ftad Ctoofge Beatty, fireman.
r^-' v v.
iftob of Thousand Persons Rebels
Against Company Rule.
Pittsburg, Nov. 4.—Poor street car
A NEW LLECTRIC TREATMEKT
A -r- A
IF YOUR DRUGGIST CANNOT SUPPLY YOU SEND SI JO
DIRECT TO THE
IStECTROPODE COMPANY, DEPT. 127
And Try a P»*.r. Mont-y Refunded if They Kail to Curt-. Mention if for Lady or
APPLES F:,R A ItEHEARING
Ati oMfjf for John R. Walsh Before
Court of Appeals.
Chicago, Nov. 5.—An Application for
a reli»aring of tho *ohn R. Walsh case
before the I'nlied Str.tes clroult court
of appeals was filed by John S. Miller,
chicf counsel for Walsh.
The application sllepes that of all
the quf stions raised in the original
assignment of error enly a few were
decided, the rourt having inferred that
the others were not important enough
to be considered.
The government wlU flla an answer
this petition wlthTn twenty days.
9*m At Yftr lOnitlax Dtprmkw IM,
Of tke Conditlonn and Affulra of til*
I.ONbON an.1 I.AN«'AKHfKK INSUR
ANT K COMl'A.VT,
)rr*T»iz«'d uiid'r th^ laws of Great
Britain, made to the Commissioner
»f Innuranc# of th* State of South
Dakota pursuant t* th* laws there
of. M*r, Archibald }. Mclllwaln«
Ineorporatftd, Dec. 10, 1811, r»inm«n
««4 bunlnes« In IT. K., 1I7S, Horns of
«ce la U. S., r.7-r»9 Wm. St., New York.
I. CAPITAL STOCK.
aaaeta D«t «mber 31,
1WT $ 1,857,674.to
II. IN'COM II.
Total premtums 1.IOO.IS4.S4
Tnteraat r»c*iv«d 10I.249.S7
iiro»a rents from com pa
ri y'» property, Including
lor company's occut ancy 14,823.71
F*rom all other sourcaa 47.2«t.31
Total income ... ..$ 2,467,780.01
Net lo»»*s i 1,138,748.•«
Adv., talea., legal
exp., axpraaa, etc 48.S2l.lt
Kur., fix., underwriters bda.
Are dept. faea and expen
Inspactlons and aur
Cammlisloni or brokers*# 188,481.37
Miliarias, fees, etc., of oa»
cera, clerks, etc It2.589.81
Kent*. eluding for 00m
pany'a occupancy 17.142.tl
Rrpalrs and e*ien«ea
real «atate mi, 17,206.01
lir*u»#« and Inmav
ance department feea .. 122.843.78
All othar dlsturaementa .. 107.504.St
Total disbursements ..9 1,107,466.28
Balance 8 T717.871.8T
IV. LEDGER ASSET8.
0t re,1 estate. I 300,000.00
Hook value of I-miia and
Cash In company's otRoo.
•J. I 75.*$
In bank and in
Vsrents' balances ... ...
mher ledaer aatots .....
Total ledger assets .. .f *.T17,871.8T
InteroBt due and iucrued.8 38,970.59
ftanta due and accrued 347.81
Market value of real estajtK
over book value .. 80.008.t#
Other non-ledjer asaets ... 17,317.4t
Gross aaaeta 8 1,924.307.88
DEDUCT A9SF.TS MOT ADMITTED.
Agents' balance* ... ... I&.043.81
HUla receivable 812,48
H»ok valua of leaser
over market value 82,884 44
Total admitted aaaeta I 3,754.968.89
Vet loa and claims 156,183.88
Total unearned premiums 2,157,824.08
Salaries, rents, oxpunaes,
bills accounts, fees, etc.,
duo or accrufld 40,877.11
lteturn premiums and
iMurance premiums ... 50,241.88
Total liabilities, except
capital 9 2,404,328.«t
Surplus ov«r liabilities 1,850,640.24
Surplus aa regard* policy
y i i n
In foreo Deoember 81, 1907.84,647.417.88
W ritten or renewed during'
Deduct tho*e expired and
fn force at tho end of tho
Deduct amount re-Insured 675.*88.02
Net amount In force .8 4,197.7*6.98
SOUTH DAKOTA BUSINESS DUKltfO
:?lsks written 176.934.90
!"r»m1um« received ..... 8,484.88
lOxpenaea Incurred ... «. 3,301.9t
l.aaaea paid ,... 4.674.81
l.oasea incurred ... 4,674.28
Vmount at risk ... ..9 l,£l4.095 00
STAT* OF SO.'Tit DAKOTA,
Department of Inaurance.
Company's Certificate of Authority.
Whereas. The London and Lancashire
rcaurance Com] nny, a corporation or
ganized under the lnws of Great Brlt
iln, has flUd In this office a sworn
'tatement exhibiting Ita condition and
u»lno*s for the year ondlnj Decem
hor 81, 1908, conformable to the re
quirements of the laws of thl* state
rearulatln^ ths bualnes« of insurance
whereas, The said company has flled
in this office a duly certified copy of Its
eliartor, with certificate of organlsa
ilon In oompltance with the require
ments of the Insurance law aforesaid
Now, therefore, I, O. 3. paaford. Com
missioner of Insurance or the State of
South Dakota, pursuant to the provts
ona of said laws, do hereby certify
that the above named company Is fully
empowered, through its authorised a«
ents, to transact ita apprnrlate busl
neas of Fire and Tornado insurance la
this state, according to tho laws thoro
', until the thirtv-tirst day of Decem
Jiu fC 1
fc Testimony whereof, I have here
4ite est my hum! and official seal at
Pierre, this Cth day of April A. D. 190*.
O. & BASFORD,
if & i
1^ PtR PAIR'
tht! new KLfiX'THK'
m'Wi* known to acicric'
«Jii.-li ACTL'AI. NKKVK FORCE
I To T1IK HI 'MA N HODY.
liindint ciintrHct i* -1kii1 at the tinn of inl«- Kv .:!! itrutrjriMt-, n ri*fihK »n
rif'und the money if tH« y fml euro HHKUMATfHM in luiy form, niTvuu"
h« iul»(r)i«'and hII'oilier iii rvoiiH ailnit'iits. They jxwitively restore a good or
rulntiou of th«! liliKxi and maki- rolil fret wsrni.
iJulntn, Nov. 4.- Albert .fo!.t:srn, a
farmer I'tslditu', itc.,r 'I'tnur, wis
killed by a train near that rity whil-j
crossing the track v 1th his team. A
toy who was with him and the team
escaped serioos iujuiy.
High Sol^oel Pupils fttrilie.
Cleveland, Nov. 5.—Students at
West high sctool to the number of
250 went on a strike. The bovs oh
ta the tear U«c«nb«r Slit,
A. IK IUOH.
Of the CondUiniiM ami Affairs of the
REBKKVK LOAN LII INSURANCE
M1' AN Y,
Oraanlzed under the lawa of the Stat,
of imlinna, made to the Insuranee De
partment of tht' State of South Lu
kota. pursuant to the laws thereof
1'rvaident, Chalmers Krown Secr'
tary. W. K. Hollia Incorporated, Mar,
ii, 1S97 Ite-lncori'iirated, June 2^.
1901, ComineiH t'd buainess. Mar, 18S»
Home office, 9th Floor, Odd FeilOW
Bid*., Indianapolis, IndL
I. CAPITAL STOCK.
Ledger assets December 31,
1907 8 1,758,458.21
Total premium income
Total ledger assets 1,845.072.32
Interest due and accrued .-8 18,888.48
neoilur i ed and deferred
All other asset! ...
Gross assets .. ».»_«»9 1,896,877.06
DEDCOT AHOT ADMITTED.
Furniture, tixl. and safe.9 6,500.00
Agents debit balances 19,708.68
Premium notes and loans
on policies and net prem
Book value of ledger assets
over market value 653.00
Total .9 33.624.6
Total admitted assets .8 1,863,052.21
Not reserve I 1,691,240.57
Total policy claims 12,000.00
VneariK-d int. and rent .. 25,055.66
Premiums paid In advanoe.
Including surrender val
ues so applied 986.68
Commissions due agents .. 288.68
Salaries, rents, omce ex
penses, taxes, bills, ao
counts, bonuses, commis
sions. medical and legal
fees due or accrued 4,111.6#
Reserve or surplus fund .. 9,640.00
Dividends or oilier profits
due policy holders ..... 42.16
Dividends apportioned ... 394.91
Capital stock 125,188.81
Total liabilities 9 1.863,052.21
VI. KXHIBIT OF CERTIFICATES.
Policies in force December
91, 1907 912,715,793.00
Policies Issued, revived ft
during tho year 2,080,386.00
Deduct ceased to be la
year 9 2,459,962.00
Policies In force Decem
ber 31 .812,336,287.00
SOUTH DAKOTA BUSINESS DURING
Policies Issued during year.9 19,000.00
Premiums collected 28.84
fcxpen*t's in South Dakota
during the year 96.10
STATE OF SOUTH DAKOTA.
Department of Insurance.
Company's Certificate of AuthotdU^
Whorens, the Reserve Loan I,if«*TtlS.
Co., a corporation orjranired under the
laws of Indiana, has tiled in this office
a sworn statement exhibiting its con
dition and business fur the year ending
December 31, 1908, conformable to the
requirements of the laws of this state
regulating the business of insurance
^^hereas. The said company has filed
In this office a duly certified copy of
its "ter, with certificate of organl
aati' n compliance with the require
men •"f the insurance law aforesaid,
Now, Therefore, I. O. 8. Basford, Com
missioner of Insurance of the State of
South Dakota, pursuant to the provis
ions of said laws, do hereby certify
that above named company Is fully
empowered, through its authorised ag
ents, to transact its appropriate busi
ness of Life Insurance in this state,
according to the laws thereof, until the
thirty-tlrst day of December A. D.
In Testimony whereof, I have here
aato set my hand and official seal at
Pierre ,tMs 27th day of March, A. D.
O. S. BASFORD,
CSeaL) Commissioner of IniuttMl
By 1. A. Schubert, Chief Clerk.
i i i yntfFAv
Jected to double resslons. The" girls
protested ar-uinat the prices charged
by the school board for lunches.
GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES
Minneapolis, Nov. 4—Wheat—Dec
$1.00 May. $1.02V„@1.02%. On track
—No. 1 hard, $102%® 1.02% No. 1
Northern. $ 1.01% #1.02 No. 2 North
ern, 99%[email protected]$100.
St. Paul Live Stock.
8L Paul, Nov 4 —Cattle—Good to
choice steers. 75^7.T.0 fair tc s?oo»l
fS.OO'a C.TS gcod to cboic" cows and
heifer*, $4.2!f/ o.2i veals, $5.5(W7.0i»
Hor-i—[email protected] 80. Sheep—Wether3
94 z."?j4.!i yrfarllnss, $1.75 35.25
«$iiag lambs, $6.00,7% 6.90.
D'iluth Wheat antf Flax.
Duluth, Nov. 4.—Wheat—To arrive
and on track—No. 1 hard. $1.0?^i, N.
1 Northern. $1.01'4: No. 2 Northern.
Mtyc Nov., $1.00% Dec., 98 %fl
£8%c, May, $1.0214. Flax—To :trriv.»
and on track, $1.69. Nov II.CS Dec
$1.64% May, $1.67%.
Chicaga Qralh and Prcvlclons.
Chicago, Nov. 4. Wheat—Dec.
$1.02 May, $1.02^102% July,
95%c. Corn—Dec., f8%o May, t'0%
July, (0'/^!f? SO^ic. Oats—Dec., 3944c:
May, 41%@4l%c July, 39^c. Pork
—Jan., $19.8" May, $19.50. Putter—
Creanveries, 26J4Ct30,^c dairies, 24W
[email protected] Poultry—Tur
keys, lie chickaas, ISc springs,
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Nov. 4.—Cattle—Beeves,
$i.f0^:i.l0, Texas steers, $3.80?f4.$S
^'»'«fern steers, $4 25^7.40 stockers
ami feedei $3.00^ 5.00 cows and
heif rs, J"00Tf5.70 calves, $6.25#
K.'A Uors Light, $7.30W7.85 mixed,
Total interest 83,843.01
From other BOUrceS ...... 9,984.00
Total Income 8 515,770.90
Paid for losses and matur
Settlement of losses .... 678.88
Premium notes, voided by
Sunt Tiller values ... ... 1M.0H9.26
Dividends to policy holders^ 280.09
Adv posts., telex-, legal
expenses, express, Ic. 11*284.37
Commissions and bonuses:
to agents fl»000.98
3ulin i «j and allowatiCMs
for uKenclcs, ruanustrs,
agenla and cler: 18.W4.00
Aaeney supervtaioh, travel
ing and all other areaey
Meiliial tixaminers' fees
and inspection of risks 9,608.50
8t.lu.i ifi* and all other com
pensation ut ofl'.cers and
home office employes 47,912.00
Rent, lneliuiiiiK for «om
pany's occupancy 6,832.21
Furniture, fixtures and safe 1,469.64
Insular.re, taxes, licenses
and department fees 7,453.08
All othur disbursements 1,963.34
Total disbursements ...$ 429,154.84
IV. DO ICR ASSETS.
Mortrare loans on real es
heavy, $7.40(?M.10, rough,
7.60 good to choice heavy.
*7'1)08.10, pigs, $5.60"77..pi0. Sheep
rin.Tr4.7K: vearllr!?s, $4.i0
®5.i r»: lai i *!.51^7.30.
Loans made to policy hold
Premium notes on policies
Hook value of bonds and
Deposited In trust compa
nies and banks 11,156.43
Cash in company's ofllee .. 2,806.38
Agents' balances 20,811.30
S»le of K.-HI Estate.
By virtiif ,!' Hii iinlcr hiuI(ti-creo of the rnun
ty i-imrtof Kingsbury county, South Dakota,
mudf on the petition of the undersigm-d. Friink
V 1 K'ke, srimrdiHn of the estate of Kleanor
Foley. a minor, for an order to sull the wiiil
real estate of the said Kleanor Foley, a minor,
lit a regular term of the eounty oourt. witlnn
anil for Kingsbury eounty. i^outh Dakota on
the aotli day of November. and it appear
ing to the satisfaction of the said eounty eonrt
and upon reading and filing the apm-aranre
nd eonnent of the heirs and next of kin, ii
well as the said guardian. Frank Y I.x-ke.
guardian of the said Kleanor Foley, a minor,
that they waive severally the aerviee of notii-e
of tin said hearing and t'he publieation thereof,
of the s«Id order to show cnuse why the sjii.l
sale should not be made at said tune and place.
Now, therefore, the said guardian, Frank Y
I.oeke, hereby givifj notice that the following
desiTibed premises will be sold to the highest
bidder for oa»h or upon the following term
mid conditions to wit:
One third cash and the balance on a credit
not- exceeding two years, payable in grows 01
installments within that time, with such rate
of interest as the court may direct, and upon
tote given for purchase money secured by flrut
mortgage on the said premiseH to be sold. That
snid guardian. Frank Y I.oeke, will sell at
vatc sale on and after the itlth day of Nov«
hi r. l'.Hhi, to the liigliest bidder on terms alxive
statel. Bids Tor same may le flled in writing
at the law office of Farmer & Blewitt, in the
city of Madison, S. with J. Blewitt, or
with Hon. E. (Jreen. county judge of Kings
bury county, DeSinet, B. D.
That said real estate to be sold is described
as follows, to wit:
An undivided one-half interest of the nouth
east (juarter of section eight (8b township 1(17,
north of range Mf. f.ake county, South IKkota,
west of the .'til P. M.: the Houthwest )uarter
of section township 10T, north of range 54,
west of the Mil P. M.. T.ake county, South Da
kota the west half of the southwest quarter of
section 15, township 1Wi, north of range 54, west
of the 5th l.ake county South Dakot*.
and the northwest (jxiarter of section 10. town
-hip I0f, north of range ."4, w est of the 5th
M., I.ake county, South Dakota
Dated thin 16th day of October, 1909
FKANK Y LOCKE,
Guardian of the Estate of Kleanor Foley, a
THOSE WHO ANTICIPATE
Holding a Public Sale
this Season see
Twenty-three Years Exper
ience as a Cryer
OFFICE ROOM 7. GARNER BLOCK
McDANlEL & TRIMMER
CONSULTING CIVIL ftGINEOS
Special Attcatioa Given l»
Land Drainage and Surreys
CJUS.A. TRIMMER, MADISON, Si)
OHicf witt r.GIM
Sure to Give Satisfaction.
CIVES RELIEF AT ONCE.
ft cleanses, soothes, heals and protects the
iiseusi'd memlirnne resulting from Ciitarrh
itul l: i vert aw»y ,'i Cold iu th- Head qtiii kly.
llestorwi tho Senses of Taste and HmelL
to use. Contains no injurious
\p:ili(.d into the nostrils and nhnorled.
Ltxr^o Size, 50 cents at Druggiata or by
rn.iil. Liquid Croam Balm for use in
itoiuizers, 75 cents.
SLY WIPERS. Rfi Werr- St Ne« VlHfc
MADISON CEMENT CO.
J. S. Thompson & Son, Prop.
Sidewalk Workers and
aUKinds of Cement Work
DENTISTRY and SURGERY
Oftee tod Hospital, Com«f Harth
Ave. and Third Street.
\fADTSON SO. DAK
E. J. COSTELLO
UNDERTAKER and EMBALMED
Caskets and Funeral Supplies
Calls Answered Day or Night
Phone 114 MADISON, S. D.
High Class furs
Complete Stock of
my own make at
ly Attended to
SIOUX CITY'S FURRIER
Sioux City, Iowa
n 'i* Ii
LAND IS THE BASIS OF
and the demand lor Lake County farms is increasinc?. If you
are in search of a
Home in a Good Climate
where you can raise Wheat, Oats Barley Cort% Potatoes and in
fact everything: adapted to this latitude and where
you can successfully carry on
Dairying & Stock
and where your family will have the advantages of
GOOD SOCIETY GOOD SCHOOLS
GOOD CHURCH FACILITIES
Then come and see me, and I will show "on iust what you want
you are rent.ng land now, paying #3 to $5 annual
rental I will show you iust as good iand and sell
it to you at what you wil. pay out in rental
where you are in three yesxs, and
will give you easy terms ol payment
If you want a good location in Madison I have suoh for Jrou.
A lar^e number ot substantial buildings have been buift
Madi&on the past season and the citrr is steadily
growing in population.
Chas. B* Kennedy,
I* AD1S0N, S0UTE DAKOTA.
VAL BLATZ BREWINQ CO.
on draught at
J. S. MURPHY,
Prioate stock, Wiener style, Bottle beer
at all Leading Saloons in the city.
L. J. AHMANN, Agent.
Women Suffer Agonies
from Diseased Kidneys
And Most Women Do This Not Knowing
Real Cause of their Condition
These poor, suffering women
have been led to believe that their
misery of mind and body is entire
ly due to "ills of their «ex." Usually
the kidneys and bladder are re
sponsible—or largely so. And in
•uch cases, the kidneys and blad
der are the organs, that need and
Blust have attention.
Those torturing, enervating sick
teadaches, dragging pains in back,
groin and limbs, bloating and swell
ing of the extremities, extreme
nervousness or hysteria, listless
Bess and constant tired, worn-out
feeling—are almost certain symp
toms of disordered and diseased
Iddneys, bladder and liver.
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder
Pills have, In thousands of cases,
1een demonstrated as remarkably
•beneficial in all such- conditions of
iemale organism—affording the
jnost prompt relief and permanent
As an Illustration of what these
Pills will do, Mrs. P. M. Bray of
Columbus, Ga., writes that she was
very 111 with kidney trouble, and
t&at she Is now well—and that
tbese Pills are what cured her.
They are very pleasant to take,
and can in no case, produce any
deleterious effects upon the system
syrupy, alcoholic, liquid prep-
aratlons are apt to do.
E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago, HU
want every man and woman who
have the least suspicion that thajr
are afflicted with kidney and blad*
der diseases to at once write them,
and a trial box of these Pills will
be sent free by rsturn mall posfr
paid. Do it to-day.
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