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$ 5 A* & kl i jfrl^ $? jfe #'r ^y I w* I .*. 1 jj*J H* jT, fc fcv vfi 4 $ i w md^A^--! Wlpfflltrtllf flirt MlfflNf ft KWt fptrtljj $eae»et MADiaOlf. lOUTH DAKOTA. TELEPHONE, NO. 2fl». FRIDAY, DEO. 3. 1900. OV ICUOMVTIO*. •'*r Ball, I year |4.00 ,Wt Mil, month* 1.00 tBtilki 1.00 By Mill, 1 MMlk U JFWRLIRPTT W—K IO i. I. RT18L Piopvl.tor I. A. STABL. HIDIIW. STATE NEWS TmktoD—Yanktoo is having ft |0rt ?sof reign of terror, owing to a number of vicious bulldogs running at large. .Fifteen people, some women among tbem, have been attacked but so far no one haa been aerionsly injured. Watertown—Goodwin Johnson, aged :22, committed suicide in his brother's ..hotel in this city by shooting himself through the head with a 32 caliber re volver. Death was instantaneous. It !is said that the young man had been -brooding over his having become vic tim ot the white plngae and had be come discouraged with bis outlook for 'life. Sturgia-Frad Day, convietad of a crime at the jecent term of circuit court in Meade county, woo made his eacape from the county jail during the might of .Nov. 10, after being sen fenced, was captured at Chadron and brought back to Hturgis Tuesday. Cbioago—An aiopment whicn had its -Ifinale at the La fcalle hotel late last plight with the bride's father and Another in a welcoming role was the Experience of Dr. LeRoy Walston, a ^dentist of LeBeau, 8. D., and Gladys IE. Campbell, a daughtei of William A- Campbell of 40 Dearborn street, who were married in Aurora last Saturday (afternoon There was no serious ob jection by the parents, with exception .of the age of their daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell heard of the elopement viand arranged for a reception at the La 8alle hotel. They had the bridal chamber decorated with shoes, bags of rice and cat flowers, and wired the nride to meet them at the LaSalle. Pierre—The state pardon Domd at ^ia meeting this evening recommended tpardons tor Frank Fitzpatrick, of '^Hpink county, sentenced for a statutory ioffense Charles Ventling, from Fall River county, on a robbery charge. Frank Mateiousky, of Stanley, grand larceny, and James Moyien, of Fpink county, on a forgery charge. Aberdeen—About 8 o'clock in the evening as Mrs. M. Bennett, wife of a druggist here, and her children were playing cards, she heard a sound oufc side the door, and upon opening it found a small baby girl,aged between 'two and three months, on the step. •The baby was poorly clad, but bore evidence of caving been well cared for, and it was perfectly healthy. The child has been turned over to the local committee of the childien's home, who will care for it. Already there have been several applications from people who desire to adopt it. and the little /, one wi 11 soon find a good home. There is no ciew to the persons who may have left the infant on the doorstep. Pierre—Governor Vewey has granted requisitions on the governor of Iewa. for Henry Doam, and John Walsh, who are wanted in Hamlin county on charge of burglary. Both men are being held in Sioux City for the South Dakota officers as soon as the proper paper* can be secured from the Iowa executive. Dead wood—Chief of Police McMa a bany of Joplin. Mo., has asked Sheriff i I', ii Plunkett to look oat for and arrest William Schamulbaoh, formerly of that place, an all-round crook, who is Jk t- I k,- P. in IF accused of murder and is believed to be headed for the Black Hills. There is a considerable reward offered for the apprehension of Schmulbach, who is wanted in connection with th9 killing of a police officer at Joplin. Novem her 15. and the wonnding of another one at the same time. WASHINGTON Affairs at Capital in Which South Dakotans are Interested Washington, Dec. 2 —Representative Burke, of South Dakota, arrived today and is now fully establahed at his new quarters at the capitol as chairman of the house committee on Indian Hffairs. Tne rooms he has are those used for many years by his predecessor at the head of this big committee. James !S. Sherman, who resigned that position to become vice president of tne United Statea. Mr. Butke has begun the preparation of several impoitant bills in regard to Indian affairs, which he will introduce at the opening of congress. Robert S. Person, who retired today as auditor of the interior department, at once took up his duties as clerk to Mr. Burke's committee. Lieut. Gov. Shober of South Dakota, who has been named to succeed Person as auditor, has not arrived, and that office has been placed in charge of a deputy until Mr. Shober comes. The president, has not formally an nounced the appointment ot Mr. Sho ber as yet, and it bus been intimated the South Dakota representatives, Mar tin and Burke, asked him to delav final action in regard to Shober until they might be heard again, but both dia claim any intentiou of pressing their opposition to Shober any further. At any late Person is no longer auditor of the interior department, much to the joy of Senators Gamble and Crawford, and they evidently do not fear any hitch in Sbober's speedy poaaeasion of that office. Senator Gamble is expected to arrive in Washington tomorrow, and then tne entire South Dakota delegation will be on the job. Leonard (Jnderwood, clerk, and Ralph ll.JChase, assistant clerk, of Senator Gamble's committee, are here. Mr. [Jnderwood is accompanied by his bride and they will have apartments at the Roland this session. HEW POSITION Created In State Department South Dakotan Ap pointed 3 Jjki I f. w llAf Washington. Dec. 2.—To extend fur ther nis general plan of specialization in the comiueicial and political affairs of the world, Secretaiy Knox has created a division of "near eastern affairs" and has selected Evan E Young, of South Dakota, now Ameri can consul at Salouiki, as chief of thi: new division, which will have to do with affairs in Turkey, Persia, the Balkans and other states in that part of Europe. This territory, with its in tricate political problems and opening opportunities for commercial expan sion, has made necessary special at ten tion on the part of the state depart ment. The consular service ie to receive more attention than hitherto with a view to its increased efficiency. The secretary has appointed Wilbur J.Carr, A yu •p i ifc i. you don't know by experience the real advantages, the genuine economy in buying and wearing Hart Schaffner &Marx clothes, we can do you a real service by getting you into them. You'll pay a good price for them suits $15 to $25 over coats $16 to $25. But you'll be glad to pay it when you know what you're getting. Drop in on us some day and see for yourself. This Store is the Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes THE BIG STORE chief clerk of the department of state, director of the consular service, a new ly created office. During a number of years Mr. Can was the chi*f of the consular division and latterly combined the duties of that office with those of chief clerk. Hereafter he will give his undivided Attention to the consular service. Mr. Cari will be succeeded as chief clerk by William McNeir. chief of the bureau of rolIs and library, and John A. Couner, assistant chief of the bu reau of rolls and library, will succeed Mr. McNeir as cbinf of that division. Charles F. Wilson, law clerk of the department of state,has been appointed an assistant solictor and is succeeded by Henry L. Bryan,assistant law clerk of the department. COFFIN NAILS May Be Rolled and Smoked According to Decision by Judge Smith Mitchell, Dec. 2.—The law passed by the last legislature with reference to the manufacture of cigarette" ha« been the means of turning a large amount of money in the way of fines into town treasuries, particularly this city, where the law was enforced by the police department to a remarkable extent. Any person whom the police discovered rolling a dope stick was ar rested and taken before the justice of the peace, where he got a fine of #10. The police department interpreted the law to mean that a persou who rolled cigarette for his own use was manu facturing it. Judge Frauk B. Smith, of this circuit, holds a different opin ion on the manufacture. James Car ney was arrested on the charge of man ufacturing a cigarette and got the cus tomary fine in police court. He ap pealed to the circuit court and his case was heard today. His attorney, H. K. Hitchcock.argued that the mere rolling of a cigarette for one's personal use was not in the nature of manufactur ing for sale. The court held the saaie view aud the prisoner was discharged. There will be no more arrests iu Mitchell when a person rolls a ciga rette for his own use. ENGLAND7!! QUEEH Celebrates Her Sixty-Fifth Birth day-Brief Beography of Titled Lady Loadoo. Dec. 2. -The aUly-flffch birthday of Queeu Alexandra was cele brated yesterday with the usual hear tiness throughout tne kingdom, by ar tilleiy salutes, the ringing of church bells and the display of flags. Her majesty spent the day at Sandring bam, surrounded oy an unusually large gathering of the royal family. Greet ings poured in from all parts of the world and numerous handsome pre sents were received from tMe king and other members of the royal family and from relatives among the reigmag families on the continent. The queen is reported to be in better general health than she has been for a long time, thanks to her long visit the last summer in Norway and Denmark. In future her duties during the Lon don season are to be lightened. There is talk of cutting down the number of courts mid other state functions next year,while the Princess of Wales and the Duchess of Connaugbt will undertake many duties that have been carried out by the queen in the past. Queen Alexandra was born in Copen hagen on Dec. I, 1844, the eldest of the late king of Denmark's three daugh ters. She married the Prince of Wales, now King Edward VII of Eng land, in King George's chapel, Wind sor. March 10, 1863, and counts six cnildren and nine grandchildren. Of her children-three sons and^three 'aughters—four are living. Her third son, Prince Alexander, born April 6, n, lived only one day. The elaest son. the Duke of Clarence,died in 1882, at the age of 28. The second Bon, George, Prince of Wales, is 44 years old and is the father of five sons and one ^daughter, ranging in age from to 5 years of age The eldest of the queen's daughters, I'rincesB Louise, wife of the Duke of Fife, is the mother of two daughters one of whom has been prominently mentioned of late as a possible consort for the young king of Portugal. The queen's second daughter, Prin fs Victoria, now past 40, has never married. The youmteat daughter, I'riiicess Maud, became queen of Nor way four years ago,and her only child, Prince Olaf, (5 years old, will be king of Norway some day. BUND MAN Wed the Daughter of York Millionaire .,&mssmKm For Mr. Chamberlain, who comes of an old Virginia family, is totally blind. The marriage ceremony was per formed by the rector, the Rev. Dr. Ernest M. St ires The bride was at tended by Miss Helen Melbourne Meek of Virginia as maid of nonor. Mr. Chamberlain had hia brother, Justin Morrill Chamberlain of Washington, for best man, and another brother,('ap tain Paul E. Chamberlain, of the United States marine corps, was among the ushers. The ceremony at the church was followed by a wedding breakfast at the Hotel Savoy, where the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. a uaee Moses, reside. WALSH CASE IN COURT AGAIN Banker's Petition for Rehearing to Be Passed Upon. Chicago, Dec. 2.—The United States circuit court of appeals on Friday will pass upon John Walsh's petition a rehearing. The petition was filed Nov. 4 by Attorney John 8. Miller for the banker. District Attorney Edwin W. Sims' application for increased bail for Walsh and Miller's motion for oral ar guments ou the rehearing petition will also be decided. Industrial Workers Arrested. Spokane, Wash., Dec. 2.—Five lead ers of the Industrial Workers of the World were arrested under warrants charging conspiracy to incite riots. They are held in the county Jar!, bonds for release being placed at $5,000 in each case. Among those ar rested is Elizabeth Gurley Flynn. a woman orator, who has been particu larly active. the cou^h »nd h««la lun-'f NEEDED FOB New New York, Dec. 2.—None of the long liat of notable weddings that have taki n place in fashionable St. Thomas' hurch ever attracted more attention tliHii the ceremony performed there at noon today which made Miss Vera MacFarlaud Moses, whose father is a multi millionaire, the bride of Edward Ma! thews Chamberlain of Washington, 1) (3. The white satin and tulle and orange blossoms with which the beau tiful bride was arrayed were unseen by fur husband, although she leaned proudly on bis arm. The childish prattle of the two little flower girls was heard by him, but their happy faces, their baskets of flowers, counted fur nothing. The Stay Satisfactory Rang Sold by jrrr NAVAL FUEL IN FUTURE Three K'Haa Acres o! Petroleam Lands Wiihilrawn, Washington, Dec, 3.—The announce ment is made oy the geological survey that President Taft has ordered more than 3,000,000 acree of public petro leum land in California, Wyoming, Utah and Oregon withdrawn from entry and sale. In connection with this withdrawal the survey makes th statement that the government is not only the largest owne?r of oil lands in the world, but is likely soon to be the largest consumer. Tha six largest battleships in commission or under construction in the American navy are equipped for the use of either oil or oal and the fourteen largest de stroyers use oil exclusively. Govern ment officials believe that the ques tion of fuel sup-ily for these vessels is certain to become an exceedingly important one in the near future and it is urged that a new law should be passed providing a means of perpetu ating a supply for this certain future need. MANY PINKERTONS AT LEAD Detectives Guarding Property of Home stake Company. Lead, 8. D., Dec. 3.—With the pres ence of many Pinkcrton detectives scattered about the Homestake prop erties, in addition to the numerous employes of the company who havi been specially deputized by the sheriff, absolute quiet prevails. The Home stake company announced that It brought the Pinkertons in only to pro tect its property and not to use as spies and that they would confine their attentions strictly to the property and would not be about the streets. The lines are strictly drawn and no one not having business about the property is permitted around. Barbers Are Professional Men. Omaha, Dec. 3.—"Conducting a bar ber shop and performing the duties of a barber is a profession and may be carried on on the seventh day of the week, commonly called Sunday, and is not forbidden by the Nebraska law that prohibits the engaging in com mon labor on Sunday." So decides Judge Crawford of til* Oma&a munici pal court Mystery in Woman's Death. Havana. 111., Dec. 3.—Mrs. William Ischmael was found dead in the Illi nois Central rahroad station at Eas ton, a village near here. There was a bullet wound jusi above her heart. Thomas Royston, agent and telegraph operator for the railroad, who was in the depot when the woman died, re fused to dis uss the tragedy. A bullet injured one of his hands. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they can not reach the seat of the disease. Ca tarrh is a blood or constitutional din ease, and in order to cure it you must take internal lemedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is uken interually, and acts di rectly on the blood and mucous sur faces. Hall's C'atarih Cure is not a quick medicine It was prescribed by one of the best physicians in this coun try for yeais and is a regular prescrip tion. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is what produces such wonderful results in curing Ca tarrh. Send for testimonial free. P. J.CHKNKY A- Co., Props., Toledo, O Sold by all druggists, price 75c. Take Hall'Family Pilis for couiti pa tion. make this a real Th- .LsgIving in i.r Lj.r:. but ihat was three centuries ago. ToJiy, a MONARCH' Range is within easy rfach of everyone—yet some still worry along with old cook stoves or common steel ranges almost as inoon-.-enknt an i of fuel an the open fiifs of cur New England ancestors. Some may be content, not knowing what they while range another year or so. C. We say to all, kt u3 show you hov/ the MONARCH wcukl sdd to the pleasure, ease and quality of your kitchen work—and why it will jtw mnney to make the change aow. See about CRIST RENSCH, You Can Simply Get ANYTHING YOU WANT In Groceries, Fruits and Vegetables At Our Store. We are loaded with good things all of the time. Come in and see. J. MUNRO STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Madison, S. Dakota MAIDISON OPERA HOUSE ONE NIGHT ONLY Thursday, Dec. 9 SAM SPEDDEN PRESENTS CLAIRE PAIGE In a Magnificent Production of "DU BARRY" A Carload of Scenery. Electrical Effects. Positively one of th Strongest Shows on the Road PRICES 25c 25c 50c 75^ NOTE-—Out of Town Patrons can have seats reserved by enclosing price t% Mgr. Opera House, Madison, South Dakota. The next time one of the childred catch cold, give it something that will prornpt and freely but gently move the bowels. In that way the cold will at once be driven out of the system. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup moves thd bow els promptly and freely, yet gently, and at the same time heals irritation and stops the cough. It is especially good for children. Sold by all Druggists. If you desire a clear complexion take Foley's Orino Laxative for constipation and liver trouble as it will stimulate these organs and thoroughly cleanse your svstem, which is what everyone deeds in order to feel well. Sold by all druggists. v The symptoms of kidney trouble are ur inary disorders, weak back and backache rheumatism, and rheumatic pains and twinges, pains in the groin, etc. There is nothing as good for kidney and blad der trouble as DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. You may depend upon them to give entire satisfaction. They are antiseptic, act promptly and soothe the pain. Sold by all Druggists. Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any case of kidney or bladder trouble that is not beyond the reach of medicine. Cures backache and irregularities that if neg lected migbt result in Hright's disease f.r diabett-s. Sold by all druggists. fef If r" ""v inconvenience of her open fire and little dreamed of the improvements that "were to come. C, She was atisfied— cavers :.fn~ the first Thanks- -V i) turkey could .•^''f-.have been roasted in a XNSI11 MONARCH Range, what, additional cause for ^Thanksgiving there would have been—but Prise ill a never realized the to economic ty u*Lng the old a MONARCH Range this week *od The Hardware Man i £.*.