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THE WEATHER
GENERALLY PAIR FRIDAY
THIRTY-THIRD YEAR No. 157.
%'i,
SCENES OF PICKETT'S CHARGE
RE-ENACTED AT GETTYSBURG
Miotic Warfare Between the
Day's Events
No Flashing Sabers or Roar­
ing Guns Disturbed the
Peaceful Scene
Stars and Stripes and the
Stars and Bars Were Cros­
sed in Amity
Gettysburg. July 3—A handful of
men in Gray today re-enacted tie
J, .. .. EMILE OLLIVIER IS 88.
charge oi P.cketi areoss the hold ou ,.._ oilivier. who
Gettysburg. the slope ol ceme-
a
tery ridge, wliei.e death kopt step jwhen the latter declared war again-it
with them in
ISO veterans „r V'V
110
flash.ng sa­
bles, no guns roaring with shell
only the ties that dimmed fast and
kindly fares behind that stone wall
1
hat. mark- the hole.
At the end, in piacc of wounds
or prison or death, we handshaking, announcement of his resignation as
'one of the two receivers for the St.
Louis & Sail Francisco railroad, and
his acceptance of a position with an-
speeches and mingled cheers. The
veterans in- Gray marched for a quar­
ter of a mile over the ground they
had traversed during the charge. They other railroad. Ji was stated that W
came up the slope in columns of|C. Nixon and W. I!. I'.iddle, vie:- prej
lour tinder the command of Jlajor W. I ideas ol the road had been appointed
W. L'entley of the Twenty-fourth Vir- to serve with Thomas II. West, chair
ginia, oae of the lew officers of either man of the board of directors of the
Pickett's or the Philadelphia
a
The Blue line formed behi id t.ho,
walls as the men in.Gray formed, fac-.
ing the walls, while the stars and bars
and flag- of the second corps, the'
standard of the Philadelphia brigade,
were crossed in ainit
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the stars and
(Continued on Page Five.)
(NEWS OF THE WORLD)
FOR PETERSON
W'ashlmni. N. I)., July Liidwig
Peterson, who ha. born in jail here
l'or several clays after being urn-stccl
Ion a bench warrant ordered by Judge
Crawford just befo:e court adjourfi
ed, o.i a charge of perjury, lias finally
I succeeded in raising the live thous-'
(and dollar bond and v.at. rcK-ajn.l
I ftoin the county jail late this after­
noon. The bond contained the names
of four s.siiers, and the balance,
j?1.i)t)ii, was pit up in cash. tUs trial
I will not come up til! November when
the: fall term of district court con
venes.
prime niinisler to Napoleon 111.
a 1 7
"''"j!!*!
1
eight year today. Otilvieis puniic
Virginia regiments niaue then siou c-uroct virtually ended with the Fran
parade. Under the brow of the ridge co-l'russian war. Since that tinie,
of "L'loorly Angle", whore a l'hiladel- however, ho has accotnplislied a vast
pliia brigade stood that day, was a amount of literary work, including a
handful of boys in Blue, scarcely lar- stupendous history of France. At the
ger, waiting to meet the onslaught of
peace. There were
age of four score and eight he still
finds himself capable of working ten
hours a day.
Resigned as a Receiver.
S. Louis, Mo July Benjamin
Wine-hell iouiglit continued th.•
Sr. Louis Union Trust company as
present. receivers.
to the very edge of the stone\
wall, covered now with tangled vines, RURAL LETTER CARRIEP.
and shaded by trees and peaceful as Washington, July -Leonard Mid­
summer lane, they inarched in the wood has been appointed rural letter
•blazng sun. while the band plaved ea. riev ou the Minof. uviV, r-* H'tit.i
"Dixie", where they sstood fojr luil,f. N AVri't crgor
5jn hour,^ bile. f^el^^ Ulii'tt]^ V"
{peered across at' tlierh. "i
HATES 10 GIVE UP
GOOD FAT OFFICE
stripes were then unfurled and the
Towd hurst into cneers. San Francisco, Cal., July :i.—tteplv
"(lovernor's Day in the big tent ing to Postmaster General Burleson's
was a groat success. The enclosure demand for his resignation as post
was crowned with thousands of cheer- master at San Fram-isco, Postmaster
ing veterans. Patriotism and love Fi.-:k," who recently refused to resign
(if country was the keynote of the
speeches. The interest was added
to by the presence of a congressional
committee, which name this afternoon
from Washington, headed by Vice
when requested
10
do so, sent, a lele-
grain to Postmaster General Burle­
son refusing to accede to his de uand,
saying he ''would not recognize the
right of anyone to remove men ex
cept the president of the I'nited
States." I
LITTLE MISS AMERICA RIGHT ON THE JOB,
WATCHING THE PARABF, SAFE ANO
"Safe and Sane!"
ji
lY/IS
Washington, July 3.--The
president returned to the
white house late today tanned
by the .-am after a three days'
curse on the Mayflower in
iu the tower Chesapeake'. Bay.
President. Wilson went in
:*en! cX.9.t'rest. afrij from.
VVni«hhigr1$rtfHi1tf«irelief
teiYipern-
lure. The president, did not
work while away. He got llie
regular budget of news sent
out to the ships at sea by
wireless and was further in
I'ornied by Secretary Tumulty,
who met in at the dock, of
what had occurred during
his absence.
The 'president will leave,
early tomorrow for Gettysburg,'
Pa., where the schedule calls
ior an hour's slop and a br.ef
speech continuing on to Cor­
nish, X. II., where he expects
to arrive early Saturday, lie
will return to Washington on
Tuesday.
SOUND
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BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 4, 1913."
?rqop OF *EM B&rn?
Kfl
ITINERARY OF
THE PRESIDENT
THE WEATHER.
North Dakota. Generally
fair Friday and Saturday.
South Dakota—Local show­
ers Friday slightly cooler
west Saturday fair.
Minnesota fair north,
showers south Friday cooler
northe-ast portion Saturday
probably fair, moderate, vari­
able winds.
AT NEW SALEM
New Salem, N. k. July :.!.—Sheriff
McDonald and Sates Attorney Bitzing'
dropped in today and seized a ship­
ment of 50 barrels ot beer, which had
oeen billed to iliir plate in the name
of F. Roberts. was understood
that the party owning the beer ex­
pected to sell it. out on t.ho Fouili and
get out. oil train No. U. The entire
amount is being h"m and will in ail
prona njlity be desimyed by order of
'the* court.
Stales Attorney l.iuing sated that
he had his eye open lor violations
today, and that lc intends to g:al.
till that he linds. It was reported
that Rev. Waikins was in this locali
ty for the. sa ne purpose, but the re
port seems unfounded. It was also
'reported that there had been a raid
,at New Leipzig, hut this also is with
out loundation.
AMERICAN MEDICS OFF FOR
EUROPE.
New York, July A party of ne.ir
ly one hundred American physicians
and surgeons of prominence sailed
from New York iod iy en rote to Lon
I don, where they will take part next
I month in the seventeenth Interna-
I
nonal Congreir. of Medicine. Besides
New Yorkers the party includes ihy
I sicians from Chicago Philadelphia.
Kansas City, San rroncisco, Pittsburg
and other cities. Before going to
'London the Americans will visit c!in-
1
ics and hospitals in Paris, Berlin.
Vienna and other of the leading :nedi
cal centres of the continent.
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Today beinf^ the great natal
holiday all of the Tribune
printers will take a holiday.
The night force wiil nave a
holiday as well, and as a re­
sult there will he no daily pa­
per printed tomorrow mcning.
The Tribune arO*ily regrets
to miss {in .csue for any occa­
sion no matter how important
the holiday for the people of
this section of the state, it is
realized greatly to miss their
favorite paper every time a day
is taken off, but the men of a
big plant like that of the Tri­
bune company are entitled to
some consideration and are en­
titled to a few of the holidays
during the year, the Fourth of
July above them all, and for
that reason '.here will be no
daily paper tomorrow morning.
®ri(mne.
LOBBY PROBERS RUPTURE IN
THE BALKANS
Decks Will Then be
for the Opening of the
Mulhall Testimony
yi.J
Men Ordered to Appear
Harold Powell Tells of the
Activiiy ol California
Lemon Growers
Washington, July ". Two short
sessions covering subjects from Wnll
street operation io lemon growers
in California, brought the senate lob­
by investigation -o a i.e.nporary end
again. The ••onniiii'i'i adjournal to
night until Monday, when an effort
will be made to clear the docks for
the opening of the "Mulhall testi
inony" invtilving tlie alleged lobbying
operations by tin National Associa­
tion of Manufacturers.
The Wall street sugar and wool
:uen were ordered to appear Monday.
Lclward Lauterbaeh and Ua\id La nar
will again lie questioned regarding'
their efforts to influence members ol
tlie Morgan lirm.
I The "sugar lobby" investigation
will terminate with the examination
of A. I). Baldwin of Cleveland. W. L.
Bass and Charles I. Westeott ol
Washington.
The .Mulhall charges will lie taken
up early in tin week. The demand
of the hoiiae for a separate invest
gation of the Mulhall charges ha.
been inl'or.nall.v considered by the
sc-nate e.ouinilttee. is proaable that
if the house wants lo appoint a com­
mittee to act jointly will the senate
committee, the latter will agree to
such ail arrangement and allow the
house committee members to lake
•i-vuiw-•
p4u.ee -Jit tha..l,»biu when. dip.. ju-.
vosl igat ion
begin.
David Lamar
orator," whose
ores yesterday
of Miilhairs siateiiienls
the Willi street "op-!
sensational disclos-
(BY ASSOCIATED PRESS)
London. July .The condition of
al'tair.i iu the Laikan rupture is e\-
liior.ii.iiiry. The L! I bonis that the
Bulgarian g:i\(,riunent accorded
(ireece and Servia lo cease operations
have expired..
During lie same peiiod Bulgaria
uiidetiook to a.isi.iiti from hostilities
:u i.rder lo give unssia lime to inler
vi'.le mi favor of pi^u-e. But hastili-
r.. are being carried on by both sides
!'.j arcniiy v. it'u liie reeness cliar
e.cleristic of Balkan soldiers and no
(ii lai at ion war has been made.
The •respective diplomatic represen
lives aie still at their posts. The
(•onij'lical io.i arose ,n a u.'Cisiou of
Uouniaiiia to a obilix.e her army. The
oie Kouniania will play is unknown.
Little news eomo hand of mili­
tary operations iij Alaee.lon a, and ow­
ing lo the fact ihat Bulgaria is reti­
cent concern.ng her military move­
ment, and because of it ports irom
the Servian and Greek side are .dearly
exaggerated, it is Ihciilt to form any
estimate of tile actual condition of
affairs.
London. Jul.'- An Athens dis­
patch anouaces that the Greeks have
upied Nigrita to the noi'theasf of
Saioniki. wlii'di they found hurn.ng.
The i.iiiahitants bad been massacred
by Bulgtirians. Tiu'.ve is no news
Irom the Bulgarian side.
DEAF MUTES ORGANIZE A
SOCIt-TY.
July S.—•-A.s gueHta.,pf.
the Brazos Ciub of this city a Uirge
number of deitf mutes from all parts
of Texas assembled here today for a
three day's confernce. The chief pur­
pose of the gathering, is to organize
a state society, having for its object
the social adn political betterment of
thoS( who are deprived of the powers
of speech and hearing.
1
showed lie had mis-'
t^presented public nten, did not testi­
fy again today. Instead, Henry i...
Martin of Washington, an active fig
ure in the "anti-trust league," took
the st ind. and admitted lie and La-j
mar had many conferences, had
a re a re so in in
gation of the United Htat.es Steel
corporal ion, and had taken an active:
•part in trying to exert influence in
many Washington matters.
TO HAZL.ETON
Miss llaldora Peterson of ihe
state library department, leu Thurs­
day afternoon for I'la/.elloa. where she
will spend Hie lib with friends.
OVER 20,000 VETERANS OF NORTH AND SOUTH
SHAKE HANDS AND REJOICE AT GETTYSBURG
jPHepOS
rx
ArtaaCAH PHFS3 1
The entire nation shook hands over the famous war field, but it was the of the veterans shaking hands here
tlie Gettysburg celebration. Not only
was the fiftieth anniversary of the
great battle celebrated by the hand­
shaking of over 20,000 veterans on
occasion of general rejoicing for botlw
north and south over the progress the
THIS EDITION 8 PAOES
Limit for Greece and {Caucus Measure Completed
Servia to Cease Hostilities and Will be Launched
in the Senate
Russia May Intervene io Hie Resolution Will be Passed
Interest of Peace Between Binding Democrats in
Coinbatianls
FIVE CENTS
TARIFF BILL
NOW READY
FOR DEBATE
lis Support
Estimated Revenue With In­
come Tax Will Reach
$331,000,000
Washington.. July :?•—After three
months of tinkering tlie democratic
tariff revision at last is ready for
launching in the senate .as the Under­
wood-Sim.nous hill.
The democratic caucus of the sen­
ate late today finally approved the
measure as revised by the finance
coin.nit tee majority, and by its own
action and final meeting in caucus,
which will be held Saturday, when
the resolution to bind senators to its
support will be prhsented and adopt-
ed.
I For the first time in history the
bill its it comes through the senate
revision, lowers the tariff measure
more than as it passed the house,
notwithstanding the fact that the es
Mi.iiated revenues to he dtvived from
the bill its is now framed will be
I larger by-about 000,0110 than under
I the house measure.
The total estimated revenue under
the Bnderwood-Mininons measure
I will lie, including the income tax,
.about 1.0011,(100. For the first voar
'it will be ?S,000,out) greater than that,
inasmuch an the senate caucus up
iproved the rnendment of the Franco
cotuui't -e.: ts I polling ^fiy^tiye
of the .citK-Uwawi*ar niitil .Marc*
Tomorrow the majority meni&ers
of the finance committee' will meet
to check up on the final draft of the
'hill and fix Ihe date when schedules
not specifically provided for will be
coe effective.
This is the sense of the caucus as
it is planned io fix October 1, 1913,
as the date when all new rates, ex­
cept sugar and a few others, become
I operative. Chairman Simmons will
call a meeting of the full linance coin
nit tee Monday or Tuesday, and plans
to report, the bill to the senate not.
I.ier haii Wednesday.
sh°wn
USSamN!
P8E51
was
taken at the anniversary
'of the battle of Bull Run, and such
,veta
gcene wag re enacted when the
nation has made sincj the bloody erans gathered at Gettysburg July 1
strife of the Civil war. The picture for the four-day celebration there.

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