The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota on November 3, 1900 · Page 10
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Times from Lead, South Dakota · Page 10

Lead, South Dakota
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Saturday, November 3, 1900
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The Lead Daily Pioneer-Tihes 25th YEAR. L1C AD, S. 1). (BLACK HILLS), SATi'KIAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1900. FIVE CENTS. 4 Property for Sale. The one-story brick building on J KACH DEPARTMENT OK OIK WORK IS IN CHARGE OF A SPECIALIST. 4 I 4 I Main street owned by Charles Ander- SEHIANNUAL I .son, back or tne rlrst JNatlonal Dank, i is offered for sale or rent. Good but- incss location. Good term scan be . ! secured. Apply to .Mr. Anderson for I further particulars. 10-26tf FALL AND WINTER I High Grade Photographs Pictures Fniargcd at Home AT CHICA(K) PR CICS DISPLAY Suits, I ; i Skirts. IBLACK hlLLb PORTRAIT COMPANY j Jackets & No. 6 East MAIN ST., LEAD, 8. D. 4( JftvftVlj) OF FINE MILLINERY CAPES and JACKETS, LADIES' SUITS and FURS, And Seasonable Dry Goods. ON A FN the r.Aii'.i SQITAKK. lodge and were Ernest May, licrt Moody, K. F. Irwin, John Esterbrooks, Meno Voight, G. Cruiekshank and A. H. Lundin. Friday l Saturday COMMENCING DEATH OF FORMER LEAD MAN. Body Discovered Nead Rockford, a Short Distance From Spokane. The fore part -of last month wo published an account that Andrew Rose, who had been an employe of Lead for several "yqurs and employed as section foreman on the Mack llilla & Fort Pierre road in Lead, and who left here last April for Spokane. -Washington, had mysteriously disappeared. Later his brother here A. L. Rose, received word that his body had been found and left Immediately for that place. From a paper published at that place we learn the fol OK Till S WEEK. OCTOBER1 5 "Mr. Rose arrived here-Wednesday morning and was met by a delegation of Odd Fellows from Fairvlew lodge No. 40 of this place. He slated that his brother, the deceased, first came to this section in 1889, and for a number of years was engaged in the grocery business in Spokane. It developed that the deceased had been visiting a friend near Spokane for a few days in the fore part of July. He must have gone direct from there to the place where he died, for lw was never seen alive after that time. "Immediately after Mr. Rose arrived arrangements were started for the funeral. The local lodge of Odd Fellows took entire charge of the prep- I Poor Politics. I A great deal of indignat on was ex- 1 I pressed yesterday by many of the democrats and populists of Lead, as well as the re publicans, at the conduct of a number of Slavoniaru and i others of the Hrynn fo'lowers who at- ; tended the meeting held in the Min- ; ers' Union hall Thursday event"-!;, ' And continuing thru the season. 'IV even Inner of ;mv article 7.00 which Mr. Tomlich. a republican i speaker from Chicago was billed to 1 deliver a talk in the Slavonic lan- ', guage. Most of the nationality of the city were present, and after the of t lu ;ilo lines for or more ONE PAIR H In again asking you to favor us by inspecting our arious lines and assortments, we do it withth the assurance that you will nnd Our showing of Artistic Millinery, Nobby Suits and Wraps, Choice Furs and elegant Dress Materials and Trimmings, will surpass all previous effort, and we believe be the most complete auii varied in the Hills country. Kid Gloves lowing particulars: "The decaying body of an unknown man was discovered about a mile up Rock Creek from Roikford, late Friday afternoon by a boy who was out hunting cows. The clue that led to the discovery was the odor that many people have noticed in the vicinity for the past several weeks. The situation and condition of the body as described by the coroner and others who aratlons. The subordinate and Re- ; speaker had proceeded about ten bekah lodges turned out in full re- ' minutes Nick Pupich insulted him by galia and escorted the remains to the ' calling him a liar. etc. Others of the cemetery. j fith with the speaker immediately "The personal effects and nionoy of ; commanded him to stop, but he did the deceased were turned over to his not. and he was p'ruoil under arrest :t Cloves ALL ';is;, lie 'OI,OKS. brother, who went irom hero to Spo- ; by Officer Stuft. who hail been de-kan to try and locate his trunk and j tailed by Chief of Police Green to be any further property. Mr. Rose stat- present, and keep order. During the' T- , ed before his departure that he knew ! previous day it had been talked about ! I" fllmY UUcl ScltURiriy his brother owned real estate in Spo- j town that the mee ing would be ! kane and in Post Falls, Idaho, and It broken tin and preparations had been Bip Brick Store ONLY AT Is thought likely that he owned other made to prevent this. However, it property at different places that is looke for a moment as tho there HENRY MO'HEIM'S HaZELAID were among the first on the scene, was as follows: "The body was found lying In a clump of small pine trees about 100 feet from the left of the road going from town. The position was entirely the natural one of a man lying down to rest on a summer day. The coat had been taken carefully and rolled and placed under the head as a pillow. The shoes had been removed and left near the feet, while the hat was on the ground a little distance away. The body was lying face down with the hands folded under the chest and there were no marks of any violence whatever as far as could be determined from an LEAD S. D. not known of at the present time. It seems that the deceased was quite well Mown In Spokane, having been in busfness there for a number of years and It is not likely to be a difficult matter to find any further property that he may have owned. The deceased was a native of Sweden and thirty-eight years old at the time of his death." a j. l. L. D. Bailor, M Esch, M. O. DRS. BAILOR & ESCH. Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat a bpeclalty. Glasses Acurately Fitted. Office No. 119 Main St. would be a roiuh house, but there was only, a half dozen populists that had caused all tho trouble, they were soon thrown out ot the hall. The man Pupich, who was arrested yesterday In police court, pleaded guilty to disturbing a public meeting and was fined for the same, which was paid by some of h.s populist friends. The hall had been engaged and paid.for by the republicans and was a public meeting. Everyone was invited, but there was no one forced to come, and if they had not liked the line of talk followed by the speaker, it was their privilege to leave the hall, but they preferred to show their ill-breeding and rowdylsh instincts by disturbing everyone in the audiencej Officer Stuft is to be credited with j fulfilling his official duties and by Laid at Rest. SIDEBOARDS CHIFFONfERS BEDROOM SETS QUEENSWARt and GLASSWARE Wanted! Wanted! DickinsnnMay Furniture Co. HEADQUARTERS FOR I WalI Paper J. P. Smith, successor to Roney & Smith, will pay the highest price for UNDERTAKERS AND EM BALM ERS PICTURE FRAMING . . A Specialty. I.;irst ;issirtiuont in t he city. AGENTS FOR WHITE SEWING MACHINE Second- and Furnitare, Etc When you are buying and want bargains, call at his place of business, Just above Miners' Union block. Main street LEAD, SOUTH DAKOTA. his prompt action probably prevented serious trouble for the republicans were not disposed to have their rights thus trampled upon by a lot of would-be politicians and ward heelers. All new styles in WIN'IKJW SHADES tvutinNCds &jxas?jkrv rs'vscr.N, . -v A-wr-v. 2 examination of the partly decomposed remain. "The clothes of the dead man were apaprently new and of a very good grade altho the shoes found were those of a . workingman. The body was In a state of decomposition. The flesh had decayed so that the head was almost separated from the body, "The body was searched carefully for anything that might lead in any way to an identification. The following articles were found: A pock-etbook with a few letters and papers in it. a watch chain and a purse In which $32.25 in gold and silver was found. Besides these a roll of bills, .amounting to more than $100 and a check for $683.85 were found on the' remains after they were removed to the engine house here In town. "A soon after his return to Spokane the coroner had time to fully examine the papers that he found upon the remains it was made known that . the deceased had been an Odd Fel-'low. Members of that order took a "hand In the investigation, and together with Coroner Baker soon learned that he was a member of the Lead, S. D., lodge. In good standing, and that he had a brother in that city, who was at once communicated with and replied that he would start immediately for Rockford. 1 The funeral of Ira Z. Putnam occurred yesterday afternoon from the Miners' Union hall under the auspices of Golden Star Lodge No. 9, A. F. & A. M. of Lead. Rev. Ware delivefed the funeral service and his talk was most touching, and impressive. The attendance was very large and. the Opera house was filled with friends and lodge brothers of the deceased. The remains were escorted' from the family ersidence in Washington addition to the hall by the Knights STemplars In full '.uniform, delegation of Odd Fellows ande members of the city council. From there, after the services, the funeral line formed with the Masonic lodges, tne Odd Fellows and the mayor and city council, followed by a large numbe r of friends on foot and In carriages. The remains were laid In their long resting place in Masonic cemetery. In honor to the deceased, the Home-stake machine shop, 'of which he was one "Of the oldest employes, was closed or the afternoon, as was also the blacksmith shop, foundry and boiler shop, and many of the employes around the mills paid their last sad respects. There was quite a number of friends and lodge brothers from the surrounding country who came to Lead to be present The floral offer-lugs were very elegant. The pall bearers were members of the Masonio DR. TODD, Physician and Surgeon FAWCETT BUILDING, No, 11 Milt Street, LEAD, S. D ! Severely Injured. Peter Tulpl, a Finlander working upon the 600-foot leyel of the Home-stake mine, was severely Injured yesterday afternoon. He wag struck on the back of the head by a rock and knocked thru an opening in the floors, falling thru three floors. He received a cut across the forehead that caused a fracture of the skull, and a long cut in the back of the head. Xjifo and Accident ..Insurance.. DISEASES OF THE 8KIN AND BLOOD AND ALL DISEASES MEN AND WOMEN. THEO. E. GESKfc Y. XiO3.. Soutli Daliota 'SyjIE Bin PoisM' PKIMiEY, SEOONDAR1 AND TBK TIARY STAQBb. "Venereal Diseases" Henry 'Schn.tze's assay oitlce and laboratory is locuted in the basement of Faust's n6w block, Icad. and be la prepared to fill all order in bis line, tf Alex. Rose makes a specialty of trees and shrubbery of any kind and size. Cut flowers on hand. Orders solicited from all parts of the Hills, iualn street. Lead. tf I have a salvo that will beat this world for piles, and if you don't believe it, try It Apply to William Ton ANATOMICAL MFORTABLE, SELF-ADJUSTABLE. In Their Most Malignant Forms. STRICTURE, RUPTURE AND PILES, RHEUMATISM, GRAVEL, KIDNEY AND BLADDER COM GIOIUIPIDIEiniAIIlN kin, Lead, S. D. lm Wanted. A girl to do general housework. Inquire of William Feller, 44 South Bleeker street. Lead, tf Carl Moberg, contractor and builder, moves and raises buildings and builds houses on the Installment plan. The public are welcome to get estimates, and he makes a specialty ot undertakings where mechannlcal skill is necessary to Insure a successful com pie tlon. tf PLAINTS. Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Bubo, Unnatural Losses, Sexual Weakness and Impoteney In "Young and Middle aged .Men. DISEASES OF EYE, EAR, NOSE, THROAT, LUNGS, LIVER, STOMACH, DY8PEPSIA AND BOWEL TROUBLES. DR. TODD'S 8UPPORTER FOR THE SURE CURE OF RUPTURE. NASAL CATARRM; Dr. Todd's original scientific cure. Including remedies and treatmwt In ordinary rasas ?ve per mouth. Consultation re. YOU. HAVE LEARNED) OUU COST MARK Dressmaking. At the Parisian Dressmaking Par-room 8, over Monheim's store, they are prepared to do first class dressmaking. They engage none but experienced persons in the business and all work Is guaranteed to be first-class.. Orders from the surrounding country given prompt attention, lm And we hare learned that we con not sell Cloth ing in a Basement ' MORTON. M. RUSH. K. I ixiaases Accurately Jj itted " , Hours 10 a. m. to 12 m. and ' 2 p. m. to 4 p. m All Catarrhral Diseases Treated. . 7 p m. to 9 p. m PRACTICE LIMITED TO EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT. AND GET OUR CLOTHING AT COST COME MAKE.: Steve Zerega Wants to sec you when you are in search of WINES. LIQUORS. ORCICARS And it yoi knew hit price on these roods, yon would want to see him,. Monuments. - ANTHONY fAUT JULIUS' RESORT. Julius Rebsamen's beer hall is conveniently located in the basement beneath J. K. 8earles' meat ' market. Mala street. Lead. Business men's lunches st noon served every day. Here yon can always set the best of hot soups ud the cooking is Just "as good, as mother usedxto cook."The famous Anh euser-B usch beer constantly en tap. A quiet, orderly, up-to-date German beer halL . Visitors from tht surrounding; country, as well as citJ-tens generally ot Lead are Invited to calL - f-lS-tl George J. Snyder has the asoncv WHERE THEY SELL CHEAP ' Jua"' tsros, ue monument firm I ' fin i noitn I t of Lincoln thut has erected so many rtlA li I lA I've Got It! You want It No. 5 East Main street. Pittef so. dak and Steam LEA!), Let's Get Together. 1 , weU by cmn at No- t1(I , v c, l'lret' or "reMln Lock" Box 655. lours for business, STEVE. Lead. s. d. - -t.Jm

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