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RUSSIANS FLEE
FROM FINLAND
Exodus Assumes Propor*
lions of a Panic.
8REAT UPRISING FEARED
Hfelief General That a Countrywide
Revolt Is Unavoidable and Indies
•tions Are That It Cannot Be Long
Delayed—Czar'a Officers and Ortho
dox Russian Priests Constantly Be
ing Insulted in the Streets.
Helsingfors, Finland, Nov. It.—Tho
•toilus of Russian women and chil
dren from Finland has assumed the
proportions of a panic. Every Rus
•Ian resident of the country who can
possibly do so Is hastening to get his
family out of the country. The belief
has become general that a widespread
uprising Is unavoidable and indica
tions are that It cannot be long de
lnyed.
The reports that a general massacre
Of Russians la planned are undoubted
ly baseless, but there is no question
that the Russians of the official class
are in danger.
The czar's officers and orthodox
Russian prlestB are constantly being
insulteil In the streets and until the
strengthening of the garrisons
throughout the country has been com
pleted the Muscovites do not think It
safe to resist such manifestations.
The Russian officials are also con
stantly In danger from attempts
•gainst them by "agents of the Pro
•feature" of the Azef type.
The revelations made in the recent
tfeupukhln trial of the activity of
these spies has created a veritable
reign of terror in Russian official cir
cles.
FOURTEEN KILLED
IN CRASH OF CARS
Into
Runaway Freight Dashes
Crowded Passenger.
Vancouver, B. C.t Not. 11.—A rwn
"Uray freight car crashed Into a
crowded passenger car on the British
Columbia Electric Railway company's
taterurban line. Fourteen persons
Were killed, including the motorman
and conductor of the freight car. The
passengers were mostly worklngmen
They were bound for New Westmin
ater. Seven were injured, two per
haps fatally. Every person in the
passenger car was killed or injured.
The passenger car left the Van
4#uver station just behind an elec
'trfc freight train consisting of a loco
motive. box car and flat car, laden
with heavy timbers, fifty or sixty feet
long and a foot thick.
Three miles out. at the head of a
grade which the freight cars had Just
ascended, the coupling of the lumber
car broke and caused the lumber car
to start bock toward the city. By
thia time the passenger car, a quarter
of a mile behind, was Just leaving
Lake View station, a short distance
beyond the city limits. The runaway
lumber car dashed into view at a
•peed which left Motorman Thoburn
BO time to move. When the Impact
occurred the heavy timbers of the
Sat car slid forward and rippetf the
passenger car level with the floor.
WAGE WAR ON STEEL TRUST
f|Klaration of Labor Asked to Aula*
in Pending Strikes.
Toronto, Ont., Nov. 11.—Among the
More of resolutions offered for oonsid
•ration by the convention of the Anier
lean Federation of Labor was one by
P. J. McArdle, president of the Amal
gamated Association of Iron. Steel
Mid Tin Workers of North America
declaring the United States Steel cor
poratlon to be the "most formidable
and aggressive enemy" of organized
labor and recommending that the con
ventlon devise ways and means ni
making more effective the pending
Strikes of tho affiliated organization*
i i CANAL SLIGHTLY DAMAGED
jReamer (Ellwood Rams Lock Oat* at
the 8oo.
Sault Ste. Marie. Mich.. Nov. 11.—
te
ie steamer Isaac Ellwood raturned
upper gate uf the Poe lock in the
8oo canal, denolishing the south loaf
of the gate and probably placing tin
bt£ lock out of commission for the
rest of the season. Navigation will
BOt be Interrupted, however, as both
the Canadian and Weltzel (octet aft
^Tillable.
Farmers' Congress Elects.
Haleigh, N. C., Nov. 11—.Toshu*
Strang of Indiana was elected presi
dent of the Farmers' National con
gress at the closing session of the
meeting here. W. L. Ames of Wis
was elected treasurer. A. C.
of Iowa, the retiring member
executive committee, was i*«
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GALLI'iuER WILL
DEFENOACTIONS
Secretary Preparing His An
anal Report
JUS APPROVAL OF TAFT
Will Asseft That the Executive
Branch of the Government Has No
Right to Withhold Land From Set
tlement In the Absence of Authori
sation From Congress—Question of
Conservation Put Up to Lawmakers.
Washington, Nov. 11.—Although
Secretary of the Interior Ballinger is
still working on his forthcoming re
port to congress, which will be tin
first that he has made since he en
tered the cabinet, a forecast of son"*
of the more important features of thut
portion of the report dealing wit
the disposition of water power site*
and coal lands can b« made. The^
are the questions around which ha*
raged the Pinchot-Ballinger content
that has so perturbed President Taft'u
official family. Prom present indica
tions the conservation of the country's
natural resources will bo one of the
big problems before congress at the
corning session and P.allinger has
some important recommendations to
make on the subject.
lie will take the ground in his re
port that it is for him to decide on
the proper methods of conserving
these resources. He will emphasize
the statement that all withdrawals of
public lands made during the eight
months of his administration were
made simply as a temporary measure
to prevent monopoly until congress
could have time to act. He will give
a detailed list of power sites that
have been withdrawn by his order,
making a total much greater, he will
declare, than those withdrawn by his
predecessor in the last days of the
Roosevelt, administration.
Responsibility Lip to Congress.
Fie will call attention to the desira
bility of preventing the monopoliza
tion of these sites, but will pass up
to congress further responsibility In
tho matter
A national policy of dealing with
the coal deposits of the West so as
to allow the consolidation of several
claims and permit, the development of
coal lands by corporations excluded
under the nresent laws will be an
other recommendation by Ballinger,
It is understood.
The secretary will argue that the
executive branch of the government
has no right to withhold land from
settlement in the absence of specific
authorization from congress. It is
stated by well informed persons that
Ballinger has the support of President
Tnft in this attitude and that the pres
ident's message to congress will prob
ably deal with the subject In the same
manner.
Bills are already on the congres
sional calendar calling for a complete
revocation of all withdrawals of pub
lie lauds—notably one by Congress
man Smith of California, prohibiting
the withdrawal of lands by the execu
tive without legislative sanction, and
one by Senator Guggenheim of Colo
rado. granting outright rights of waf
for power lines, dams and canals
through all the public domain.
SHOOK HOUSES IN VICINITY
Big M*t«or Falls on Farm Near Man
istee, Mich.
Manistee, Mich., Nov. 11.—An ex
planation of what was believed to
have been a boiler explosion on a
lake steamer was furnished with the
discovery by Norman Johnson, an
eleven-year-old boy, of a huge meteor
on a farm two miles south of this
city.
The meteor was still warm and ten
feet of it projected above the ground.
As a result of its Impact with the
earth many houses in the vtcinitv
were shaken.
It Is believed the find will prove of
fxoat scientific value, because of the
size of the meteor and net the owner
of the farm considerable money. The
spot is about half a mile from !*ak«
Michigan
HALTS WOULD BE~LYNCHERS
Chief of Police of Cairo, Hi., Talks
Earnestly to Mob.
Cairo, 111.. Nov. 11.—A mob formed
here and started towards the jail to
lvneh Wt'l .lames, the negro coa!
heaver, arrested in connection with
the murder of Anna Pelley. A stran
ger offered to lead the mob and said
"Coine on, bovs."
At TwelHh and Poplar streets the
mob was met by the chief of police,
who snatched the mask off one man's
face He talked earnestly to the men
in the crrwO, telling them the evi
dence against James was purely ^cir
cumstjantiitl. The crowd melted away.
Print Paper Maker# Meet.
Chicago, Nov. 11.—White print pa
per manufacturers from all parts of
the country have gathered in Chicago
to tell now the new tarift law affects
them. In their consideration of the
new law they will review what effect
the tariff on material used in making
paper and in the finished product will
have oa their business.
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BALM FOR WOUNDED HEART
Young Woman Si.cs Frank Gotch for
$25,000 Damages.
Chicago, Nov. 11.—Frank A. Gotch,
champion wrestler of the world, who
is also noted for his conquests with
femininity, was made defendant in a
$25,000 breach of promise suit filed
on behalf of Miss Sadie Currie in the
circuit court here.
"Dearest baby," "My loveliest love"
and "Dearest darling" are just a few
of the pet names he lavished on the
young woman who seeks a money
balm for her wounded affections. Her
legal representatives, Pattison &
FRANK GOTCH.
Shaw, declared they had something
like sixty letters of the "mushy" kind
to back up their claims in court.
However, the identity of the claim
ant Is shrouded in mystery. Gotch
declared he does not know her and
never heard of her. but her lawyers
said he was only fooling. They said
her parents live in .Minneapolis and
that she came to Chicago and estab
lished a residence some time ago.
They refuse to permit her to be inter
viewed at this time.
GKAIN AND PROVISION PRICtS
MWineapo'if Wheat,
Minneapolis, Nov. 10.—Wheat—
Dec.. $1.01 Way, fl.OSV,^1.03^.
On track—No 1 hard. $1 0
No. 1 Northern. $1.04Hw? 1.04% No.
I Northern, $1.02V,fi 1.02%.
Otiluth Wheat and Flax.
TTnTntfi. Nov. 10 —Wheat—To arrive
and on track—No. 1 hard. $1.04%: No.
1 Northern, $1.0374: No. 2 Northern,
$1.01%: Nov., $1.0'.v4 Dec.. $1.007„:
May. $1.03V&. Flax—To arrive and on
track, $1.77 Nov., $1.76 Dec., $1.73:
May, 11.78.
St. Paul Live Stock.
8t. Paul, Nov. 10.—Cattle—Good to
choice steers, $:.7fair to good,
$K.00^)6.75: good to choice cows and
heifers. $l.25(Tt 5.25 veals, $R.50-'«ir 7.0".
Hogs—$7.2Ftf'i 7.75. Sheep—Withers,
$4 2ff?4.50 yearling*. [email protected]»P.50
spring lambs, $G.OO($7.00.
Chicago Grain and Provltlons.
Chicago, Nov. 10.—Wheat—Dec.,
$1.0334 May, $1.03fii.03%:
July. c. Corn—Dec., !8%c May.
fiOVi,ff60V, July, 59%c. Oats—Dec.,
l!)c May, 4Hic July, Sy'.fcc.
Pork-Ian.. $20.80 May, $ll'.75 0
1 77"V^. Butter—Creameries,
30c dairies. 24(0 "*c. *5ggs—
2Sc. Poultry—T urkeys, ie: chlcktns,
i s i n s
Chleags Live Stock.
Chicago. Nov. 10.—Cattle—Beeves.
$3.'J0&9.10 Texas steers, 33.80^ 4.85
Western st ers, $4.25^7.50 stockers
and feeders, $3.10(f 5.20: cows and
heifers, $2.10«J$5.75: calves, ffi.l'RCt1
8.50. Hogs—Light, $7.fiOT/ 7.93 mixed,
$7.CUWS 10 heavy, $7.rt0ff*.!0 rough,
$7.6057 7.75 good to choice heavy,
$7.7Pf* 8.10 pigs, $r,.7r.fj 7.r»0. Sheep
—Native, $2.7Pflf5.10: yearlings, $4.75
@G.2f laii.bs. $ t.r.OT/7.40.
DOWNWARD COURSE
Faat Being Realized Bjr Madi
son People.
A little backache at first.
Daily increasing till the back is
lame and weak
Urinary disorders quickly follow
Diabetes and finally Brigbt's disease.
This ia the downward coarse of kid
ney ills.
Don't take this course.
Mrs. I.. Thompson, Dell Rapids. 8.
D., says: "I do not hesitate to recom
mend Doan's Kidney Pills. For three
months. I suffered from a dragging
down pain through my back and hips
and often could hardly move. Having
read so much about Doan's Kidney
Pills, I decided to try them and pro
cured a bo*. Before I had finished the
contents I found great relief and the
trouble has now entirely disappeared.
For sale by all dealers. Price ."»)
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
•States.
Remember the name— Doan's—and
take no other.
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ADVISED
OPERATION
Cured by LydiaE.Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound
Paw Paw, Mich.—'* I suffered terri
bly rom female ills,
including inflam
mation and conges
tion, for severai
years. My doctor
said there was no
hope for me but an
operation. I began
taking Lydia E.
Pink ham's Vegeta
ble (impound, and
I can now say
I
am
a well woman."
Emma Draper.
Another Operation Avoided.
Chicago, 111. "1 want women to
know what that wonderful medicine,
Lydia E. Pinkha.m's Vegetable Com
pound, has done for me. Two of the
best doctors in Chicago said I would
die if I did not have an operation, and
I never thought of seeing a well day
again. I had a small tumor and female
troubles so that I suffered day and
night. A friend recommended Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
and it made me a well woman."—Mrs.
At.vena Sperling, 11 Langdon St,
Chicago, 111.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from roots and herbs,
has proved to be the most successful
remedy for curing the worst forms of
female ills, including displacements, I
inflammation, fibroid tumors, irregu
larities, periodic pains, backache, bear
ing-down feeling, llatulency, indiges
tion, and nervous prostration. It costs I
but a trifle to try it, and the result
has been worth millions to man
Buffering women.
If people with symptoms of kidm-y or
bladder trouble could rn.lize their dne
ger they would without loss of time com
menco taking Foley's Kidney Remedy.
This great remedy stops tliepain and i"r
regularities, strengthens and builds up
these organs and there is no danger of
Bright'n c'.ieeHse or other serious dis
order. Do not disregard the early sym
ptoniH— sold by all drutrirists.
Curoa £o: Jsi Pf events Pneuraoii'^
ANDREW PAULSON
STONEWORK CONCRETE BRICKWORK
Plastering a Specially
Cdat
Madison Hotel, Phone 87
MISS GRINAGER
Fashionable Milliner
My new fall stock
has arrived and I
will be pleased to
have the ladies
call and inspect it.
Miss Grinager
Sending for Meat
SHOE THEM ALL.
^'^TO-NIGHT
£)R. H. P. GULST1NE,
...DENTIST...
i£S
is safe as calling in person, when
it's this meat market that's patron
ized.
A Child Buys Meal
here with absolute assurance of fai
•HONE 293
Office over Tbe Big Store HAOISON, S. DAK
n
treatment- Whoever you may send
will bring back what you want.
For (vmfirVncp and snfMy buy ftrro.
PECK BROS., Central Market
READE & PAULSON
PRACTICAL SHOEING
Located at the Croom McLean
Shop, Shoe the lame and the sound.
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THOSE WHO ANTICIPATE
Holding a Public Sale
this Season see
COL. MGHBERT
AUCTIONEER
Twenty-three Years Exper
ience as a Cryer
OFFICE ROOM 7, GARNER BLOCK
McDANiEL & TRIM
OJNSllTING CIVIL ENGSNEfSS
Special Attention Given to
Land Drainage and Surveys
CHAS. A. TRIMMER, MADISON, S.D
Office with f, 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
and the demand lor Lake County farms is increasing.
are in searoh of a
Home in a Good Climate
where you can raise Wheat, Oats Barley Corr, Potatoes and in
fact everything- adapted to this latitude and where
you can successfully carry on
Ct
and where your family will have the advantage* of
GOOD SOCIETY GOOD SCHOOLS
GOOD CHURCH FACILITIES
Then come and see me, and I will show 'ou iust what you want
If you are rent rg land now, paying $3 to $5 annual
rental, I will s£ow yuu iust as good iand and sell
it to you at what you wil 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 I have such for vou.
A iaro-e number ol substantial buildings have been built
in Madison the past season and tht cit~r is steadily
growing in population.
Correspondence Solicited
Chas. B. Kennedy,
MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA.
And
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i IL.
These poor, suffering women
have been led to believe that their
misery of mind and body is entire
ly due to "ills of their sex." Usually
the kidneys and bladder are re
sponsible—or largely so. And in
Buch cases, the kidneys and blad
der are the organs, that need and
must have attention.
Those torturing, enervating sick
headaches, dragging pains in back,
groin and limbs, bloating and swell
ing of the extremities, extreme
nervousness or hysteria, listlcss
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. liray of
Columbus, Ga., writes that she was
very ill with kidney trouble, and
that she is now well—and that
these 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-
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IS OF
VAL BLATZ BREWING CO.
MILWAUKEE BEER
on draught at
FRED KURTH'S,
J.
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If you
Stock
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PETER HEAGNEY
Prioate stock, Wiener style, Bottfe beer
at all Leading Saloons in the city.
L. 1. AI1MANN, Agent.
Women Suffer Agonies
from Diseased Kidneys
Most Women Do This Not Knowing thl
Real Cause of their Condition
iiCT
arations are apt to do.
E. C. DeWltt & Co., Chicago, TWVi
want every man and Woman who'
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have the least suspicion that thtyj
are afflicted with kidney and bl#d}
der diseases to at once write them.
and a trial box of these Fills will
be sent free by return
paid. Do it to-day.
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