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The Sisseton weekly standard. (Sisseton, Roberts County, S.D.) 1892-1929, March 25, 1910, Image 2

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SISSETON WEEKLY STAN DAR IMS!.50 A YKAR
THE BK8T NEWSPAI'Ei! IN ROIlKltTS OOl'NTY.
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5 Poultry Wanted
Hightest Market Price maid
for Poultry. Bring in all
you have.
WM. F. MILLER. & CO.
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The Commercial Hotel
Ww(®£5
MRS. C. HAGGERTY, Prop,
Only First-Class Hotel in Sisseton. Kates $2 a Day.
35 Now spring Is Coming s?
And you xvuni new suit. Don'i lor^i i. From tin.) timu jour meas
ure is taken until the elolhos tin.? delivered to you. every operation
is under my personal supervision. livery little detail is watched so
closely that the result is. the best constructed garment that can be
produced by a combination of skill and cure anil ijood material. The
shape and style are sowed into the jrarmonts. I turn out, not press
in, and my coatshanjf from the shoulder, securing the easy grace of
a, well-made garment. I have ihe best equipped tailoring establish
ment in town and can certainly give you good value, not only in wear
and lit.
OTTO GLEERUP,
The square-dealing lay lor. Don't forget.
.Cleaning and pressing:
Ovt't* Walletish & Piute'^ Store
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The Home I
(iooii Things To it
Popular Prices. Quick Service.
Next door East of Matthews stose.
Thos, M. S wanton, Prop.
board by the Day or Week. Good Rooms.
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Waseca Fence Tool Co.
Maimractiirers of
We also sell a cow latt holder which protects the milker from being switchen
In the ana tttco during milking.
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The tools consists live tools in one
and wttl.taUe up slack from old wi.-o
fences w'l bout pulling the staples. 11
*.ii not kink'the wire and ono nan
•«n do the work of toi: in
to tlie old tony ol ti*lr.n fcncuu. Mr. Saliler, the Inventor of tliuso tools says: "A
12-year^ol£S,bay-aftj) ftfiorito.the.tools-^oan do the work of a man.'* It stretches
wire, pulls BtJiplfia and drawn broken -wife together so that it can uo spliced. It
will also, drivewspleo, and a. malleable iron hammer goes with each set. 'These
tool* will only t"Kld ihrounh appointed agents, All tools warranted. One
Wanting aset of tbese most useful tools shall call on or address our agent.
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Probability of Changes i.i th:
Upper HO.!S3.
PARTY LEADERS INVOLVED
Nelson W. Ald.'lcli Among Those W!"o
Will Ask for State's Indorsement
—To Increase Attendance
at West Point.
WaslniiHton.—Tli" Ueputilicnn scii.".
tors wlm voti'il against the 1'ayue-Al(l
ricii tariff bill and who fought many
of Its provisions from the very In
KinniiiK of the debate hope that in
one year's time their ranks will h"
fuller than they are to-day, for they
say they expect that troiu one or two
stales hero will come senators e!
their way of thinking to add to what
they call the anti-ori/anization strength
in (lie upper housi
The Democrats hope and seemingly
believe that their ranks are to he re
cruited largely as a result of the
senatorial elections in tin different
state legislatures next winter, livery
eeond year I lu-re is an influx of new
senators into congress or an ii.!!ux of
old senators who have been lucliv
enough to he re-elected. The list o!
members of the upper house who-i
terms will expire at midnight .March
I nil, is a long one, and it runs as
lollows:
noinocrats—James P. Taliaferro,
Klorida Isador Uayner. Maryland
Hernando I). .Money. .Mississippi
James IS. Krazier. Tennessee Ji.t
W. Daniel, Virginia Charles A. Cul
berson. Texas.
Republicans—William Warner. Mis
souri (leorge Sutherland, Utah Xa
than li. Scott. West Virginia, Samuel
II. l'iles, Washington Carroll S. Fas -,
Vermont George T. (diver, I'eitr.sy'.
vania (leorge S. Nixon. Nevada Po:'
lor J. .McCmnber, North Dakota
llenrv Cabot. Lodge, .Massachusetts
Itobert. M. l.a I'olletto, Wisconsin
John Kean. New Jersey Kugciie Hale,
Alame l'"iank P. Flint, California:
Henry A. du Pont, Delaware Char!'s
Dick, Ohio Ciiauncey M. Depew: New
'fork Clarence D. Clark, Wyoming
Muses li. Clapp, Minnesota Tlionu
11. Carter, Mont :na Julius C. I!i:.-
vows, Michigan lilmer J. Purket
Nebraska Morgan G. Pulkeley. Con
necticut Albert J. HcverUlg'', linli
ana Nelson W. Aldrich, Rhode Island.
Republicans to Retain Control.
There is virtually no chance that
the Democrats will obtain control of
the senate as a result of next winter's
elections. There are too many always
Republican states to choose their rep
resentatives in the upper house to
give much basis for any Democratic
'"•"pe that the present great lnajoi i:.y
agninst them can be overcome. Maine,
it may be, will not return liugene
Hale to the senate, hut adt::ift- dly on
all sides Mr. Hale's chancs of com
ing back are bright, although there is
a light being waged against him in
the home state. If Mr. Hale by any
chance should -be defeated his place
will not be taken by a Democrat, but
by some Republican whom the people
ol Maine will think more nearly rep
resents what they consider the pro
gressive Republican tendency of the
age.
Aldrich Sure to Come Back.
Senator Aldrich, the Republican
lender, is certain to be returned to
the senate if he lives. No Democrat
has made any claim of a possibility
of .Mr. Aldrich's defeat. One y:ar ago
former Gov. Utter ol' Rhode 1 slain!
said that ho was authorized by Mr.
Aldrich to declare that the senator
would not be a candidate for re
election. It was perfectly true that
the Republican senate leader had in
tended to retire at the expiration of
his present term of oflice. The neces
sity for financial legislation induced
Mr. Aldrich to change his mind, for he
saw an opportunity, as his friends put
it, to build a legislative monument to
himself in the shape of a financial
measure that might be satisfactory
to all sections of the country. What
ever it was that induced Mr. Aldrich
to change his mind, he changed it,
and he will be a candidate for re-elec
tion, and unless death intefvenes it
seems assured that he is to come
back to Washington.
Out in Indiana the Democrats hope
to secure a successor to Senator Al
bert .1, Heveridge. Mr. BeVeridge has
a hard campaign ahead of him prior
to the ele.ctious of members of the
legislature. There are a number of
holdover Democrats who will have
seats in tlie next legislature and this
advantage of the opposition party the
Republican senator will have to over
come.
New York will choose a senator to
succeed Chauncey M. Depew. Mr. De
pew wants to succeed himself, but it
may be that certain passages in the
senator's life a few years ago will
prevent his party from sending him
back to the upper house.
To Fill up West Point.
Tlie members of the fourth, or as It
Is called, 'the plebe class, have just,
reported for admission to the United
States Military academy at West
Point. There are only 105 members
of the class, and there still will be
150 vacancies in the corps of cadeta.
The committee on military affairs
of the United States senate has just
recommended a change in the law reg
ulating appointments to West Point
The hope of the senators is to keep
'he rarii: of tke .tiers full ami to
fvir.U'
the lurr-i-hy of appointing
•very ycir to o'^nil'-"innoti r^ilc civil
iirt!e or r.c:I:al it
vie ,-, and who have t"
rcver.tl years before
:ent to conimainl vegu
ins who know
:!e military so,
I"! trained for.
•:iey are compe
lur troops.
Tin authorized number of cadets at
the military academy is r:{H, but the
icte.ai number in attendance at the
school falls far below this mark, the
i!'T:H(-acy being due to the fact that
there are always existing vacancies
caused by ihe "failure of candidates to
report, or to pa: the eni ranee es:i: .
inaions, or by the elimination of ca
dets who are found deficient, in their
studies or th: ir conduct."
Admit Training Is Needed.
Members of congress have come to
the conclusion, pothapy reluctantly,
'or it is not the layman's way of think
ing ordinarily, that training is needed
lor the military profession just as
much if not more than it is needed for
any other profession. So is that
they tire trying now to devise some
means of keeping the ranks full a!
West Point so that the army can be
oilicered at all Mines by trained i-o!
diers and so that, the necessity of c'"
up four or live years' time to
training of civilians appointed as sec
"I'd iieiitenanis may lie done av.av
ith.
Tile obj, ct of 'he senate bill is to
increase the number of cadets by a
slight modification in the method of
.:al:iug appointments. The military
lommittee in its report on the sub
ject says:
Chrrcc-, proposed.
"It. is pttro.ed that the members
•f congress and the president, who rec
ommend and make appointments,
hail have the right to a second ap
pointment as soon as their appointee
shall become a member of the gradu
ating class after three years' service
:.l the academy. In other wqrds, those
recommending or making cadet ap
pointments will each have one cadet
at ihe academy during three years
and two cadets during every fourth
year."
II this bill shall become a law the
•adet corps will lie given the strength
numbers which it is the intention of
•he present law that it shall have. The
iiflieultv is that the present law does
ant fake into consideration the fact
hat, many buys who receive appoint
lcnts do net for some reason or other
how up at the academy, and that
-oine of the members of congiess
neglect their duty in the matter of
appointing cadets. It is known that
in some congressional districts hun
dreds of boys want to go to the mili
tary academy, while in some others in
candidate appears, and as a result tlia
congressman not having any applica
tions filed, forgets all about the matter
and his district goes without repre
sentation.
Speaker Cannon IViay Retire.
While no word has come from
Speaker Cannon to clinch the matter,
ihe men who are closest to him per
sonally and politically seem to feel
that before very long now the speak
er will say that he does not intend
to be a candidate again for re
election as presiding Ulcer of the
house, liven if the speaker does is
sue a statement to the effect that
he will give over any further ambition
io succeed himsell', it is certain that
he will be a good deal of a factor in
the matter of choosing his successor.
Some time ago it was the feeling
in Washington, and it was touched on
in the dispatches from the capital,
that if tlie Republicans should carry
the next house they must of necessity
choose a speaker from the middle
west. This was the feeling for some
time and it was founded on knowledge
of conditions as they existed at that
time. Now it seems that there has
been some change of heart, on the part
of a good many of the organization
Republicans.
Eastern Man May Be Speaker.
There seems to have been stealing
over the so-called regulars of the
house the thought that an eastern
man now litis a good chance to lie
chosen speaker if the Republicans
succeed in carrying the house, and
that in choosing an easterner his sup
porters will have the votes and the
moral support of a good many of the
members who are called Insurgents.
Present Speaker's Position.
If Mr. Cannon shall declare that he
is not to be a candidate lo succeed
himself in case of Republican success
at the polls next fall, lie can be, as
has been said, a good deal of a lac
tor in the matter of choosing his suc
cessor. It is only human nature that
the speaker should prefer to be suc
ceeded by a man who will do as he
has done, a man who believe in the
rules of the house as they exist and
who is not given to what the speaker
calls radicalism. There are some men
in the east, in the middle west and a
few in the far west who probably will
stand by the speaker, and it may be
that tliey can decide in caucus the
question of the successorship, 'out if
they are not numerous enough to do
this they can by throwing their votes
one way or the other control the
choice as between two men.
The supposedly wise ones among
Republicans say that if the next bouse
'shows a party majority the man whs
will succeed the speaker will be a
"moderate," and that probably the
rules will be amended to some de
gree, but not nearly enough to suit
the insurgents and yet enough per
haps to displease some of the regulars
•who think that the rules are just
•what, they should be.
Of course all this speculation about
the speakership in the next house and
all the plans that the Republicans are
making and all the schemes that In
surgents and regulars are entering
into, depend upon their party's suc
cess next November. The Democrats
say that all the preliminary work that
•be Republicans ar-i doing will be
7v»'SiS cij tllO', I
GrCF.GE CLINTON.
LODUKS
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Salisfjicilon naranteed
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Attorney at
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i^racitces In All CuiirtH. Office rooms over
Calmenson's Store.
SlSSKTOtf. BOUTU DAKOTA^-
W A A O
Attorney at \n
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Howard G. 11IU
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FULLER & FULLER
A11 oi !.»• '. id M'lor.- si Law
Sissekdi ar.d Mill ank, S. D.
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1'hysician and Surgeon
Hflee K-i»t Manle Street
I KTON SOUTH DAKOTA
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DR. Eo E. COOK
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INSL'liANCK I
C. Perkins
(.Notary Public)
Real Estate, Loans, Insurance and
Collections.
When you have any business in
these lines, I shall be pleased Lo
serve you. You will be treated
right.
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A IlSTUAC'l" OF TlTI.K
HOW IS YOUR TITLE?
about it.
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Deals In wild and Improved lands. On)}
complete abstract of all Indian lands. Faru-f
for loin lioherts. Day and Man-hall counts
rtcliuquishtneuts bought and sold. Alu vy»
has real eytate "sun pa" for cash buyers.
Minnesota r-.^d tJuuada farm Lanns for sal*
from 13 toix on easy terms tm
»mall payments riowu.
S I S S E O N S O A O A
FredllVicDonald, V. S.
Ganduate oi Yoterinany Science School
London, Ontario.
Treats all diseases to which
live oek is subject at all times
Surgical operations when nec
cessnry. All work'donein a
practical, conscientious and
pi ofessfounl manner.
Office at Pryor's Livery Barn
Siaeton, so. DaK.
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Sisseton
OperaHouse
Next Attraction
"Chic" Perkins
In Tilt Newest western Paly
"THE LITTLE PROSPECTOR"
April 8 and 9
$*
F. B. Kelley Manager.
Advertising is the fer-
rf Advertising is the fer
titter o£dull business
soil. 1 oi 1 is igic. Thin,
\veazen«*rt bccomes a thing of
power when its roots feel the healthy
•3 "t rul-licity.
YOl'R AIN OI'R Ni vr ISSUE
W
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LADY WANTED
To Intro lr.-1'4 «ur very complete spring line
of beautiful wool suiium'-, f.ibdcs. fan.
sil'-* fir., hice^.Miid pel
ticotus Ail U[i\o N. t'ity jmlcrug
!-'i tifii 1 11 on ihe iiijiMat. I si I t»ir tHri-ut
with tlieiiiill- you will lim! oii-pi ires low.
I'rollts ThUU to wekiy. Sjttiip-es unci
full instructions pack' in neat sau.pk- ease
shipped exprgs's prepaid. N»i money rt-ijuired
Kxclnsive territory. Write for pa: ticulars.
lie Mrs', apply.
Standard Dress Co:ds Co. ftp. F. !.
BinSliaiiiluii, N.
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KB TRANSFER LINE
lions it general
!r:i and Traasfer
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Kurt,!'ore aii'l 1'laao
%1 vi• HnccUlty.
'.ar-i.-ii- }'.• Htirt Harrowed.
BEN ECK, Prop'r
TRADE MORAL Advorlisinq
prominence this paper is t«
you, Mr. Home Merchant, what
steam is to an enyine.
Let U.s Be Your Earber.
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Olhco hi ihe Court House
South'Dakotn
l'lioue Nuiaber^'js.
HENRY G-OEBEL
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1 rOR&OBIAL AliTiST I
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In Swedlsnd Building-.
withes cal]f.lihis
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BARBER SHOP I
Tln».-e wanting
^ood work and courteous
treatmentinvited tocall.
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•. Kman who holloru dowo a xrell
j., Atjout ihe he tv, cell
Won reap ihe ebining. (fOldftD
dollars
Like tbe man who climb* th#
js tree and boilers
Advertise in Llie Sisseton
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AJ. JA A-, .y. .jf
Hurry! liurry!
For one week only, to
open up, yon can 6 pos-"'1
tals for 50c at the Gol
den Rule Photo Car, in
^Sisseton, S. D. Satis
faction guaranteed or
money back.'
1 G. K. Photo Co.
S1SSKTUK. SO, DAK
r.i-xaei:
New Eagle Cafe,
BENNETT & MORRILL,
Props.
Warm Meals and Lunches
Day and Night.
We can please you. Let us try.
Ythan
OUR best salcsmaa
cannot work mors
12 hours a day.
•I An advertisement c4
your goods in this paptf
works while you sleep and
wake—24 hours a day.
It works in many house
holds at the same time.
It talks better than th*
most fluent ,$ ... a week
salesman.
No one slams the door
in its face.
RESULT: It sell good!.
ir
About the cost? Far lcM
lhan the $ salesman
ad docs lots more work.

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