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THE WEATHER
FAIR TOOAY AND TOMORROW
SaminlDary Conflict
Striking Gold Miners and
the Troops
MARITAL
Law Declared and
Bullets Rake the Streets
of Johannesburg
Maoy Ambulances Are Kept
Busy Caring for the Dead'
and Wounded
Johnnesburg, South Africa, July •*.
—The general strike of the gold min­
ors on the Rand, which culminated
today inV clash beetween the rioters
and troops in which many persons
•were killed and many wounded was
settled this gven.iig.
It is estimated that LOO were kill­
ed during the strike. The authori­
ties were Anally compelled to declare
nuHal law and during several hours
today bullets raKet u:e itreets. The
negotiations wheh brought about the
settlement opened this afternoon,
strike leaders agreed to the terms
•proposed.
Uefore the settlement was reached
the fiercest and most sanguary con­
flict that has yet taken place occur­
red between tin? police, troops and
mcbs. Some of the principle streets
were the scene of sharp engagements.
The ambulances wcru kept, busy
for severla. hours attending to the
killed. About sixty rioters were
killed or wounded..
It is believed the list of the dead
will be swelled to over 200 by the
smaller conflicts in other parts of the
city.
FAILS TO PASS
Wellington. July 5.—The adminis­
trative tariff forces are forcing an im­
portant light in the attempt to align
the senate democrats in solid support
oi the Underwood-Simmons bill.
The democratic caucus spent two
hours debut ng the question of the
unit rule to bind all party members
in support of the bill and vote down
all hostile amendments in the senate.
The strong, opposition from Sena­
tors opposed to free sugar and free
wool prevented action of the binding
pledge.
The caucus adjourned until 4 p. m.
•Monday afternoon. Practically all oth­
er features of the hill have been com­
pleted.
(D
This picture is a part of the suffra­
gist history of America. It shows
Governor Edward Dunne of Illinois
signing the bill passed by the state
legislature granting the vote to 1,600,
000 women. Those in the group are:
,(1) Governor Dunue, (2) Miss Mar-
HOUSE WRESTLES
KILLED IN A WITH LOBBY TALK
FIERCE RIOT
Washington, July 5. The house
v. restk'd several hours with the pro­
posal lor the lobby investigation oil
its own account and finally deferred
the vote until Wednesday.
Although the debate had been "lim­
ited" to an hour it raged throughout
and aTicr the warning of Representa­
tive "Mann to get down to busine-ss ad­
journment was forced. The senti­
ment was also unanimous for investi­
gation.
A resolution from the rules commit­
tee proposed not only for an investi­
gation by the committee of sevea of
.Mai tin Mulhall's charge that con­
gressmen had been influence.l by the
lobby of the national association of
manufacturers but to probe the whole
"lobby" situation.
The house investigation probably
will be distinct from the senate's.
COMES TO END
Gettysburg. July 5.—The great re­
union of the Iilue and the Gray, com­
memorating the fiftieth anniversary
of tile battle of Gettysburg, practical­
ly ':a.i)e to an end today, although the
camp will not ollicially close until to­
morrow. All day long the weary
veterans walked over the dusty roans
to railroad Nation* and stood or sat
aroimd tinder the rays of the scorch­
ing sun while trains to take them
home were being prepared. There
were no flying baners, blaring bands,
or marching columns such as greeted
their arrival.
it was the sultriest and most un­
comfortable day of the week. One
old soldier in Gray from North Caro­
line dropped uead at the station. Me
was H. H. Hodges of Union Hill, N.
C. Tonight the camp is practically
deserted. Electric lights la sixty
two streets in camp are burning
brightly, but the streets themselves
arc deserted. save by the hurrying
back and forth of soldiers and work­
men who have already begun to s
airiiile the canip.
Tonight the army officers, after a
weeic of me hardest sort" of work,'
made men at a dinner in tlie biff
niCKj tent which they used jointly
with newspaper correspondents. Gen­
et al Liggett preside and all odicers
present felicitated him over suc­
cess of what has been described as
an army camp that will sta id as a
model for all countries of the world
for all time.
EM HIS LIFE
FOR COMPANION
Rochester, Minn., July 5.—
Sever Wilson was killed by a
falling tree when he attempt
ed to shield Miss E. Kaafa,
with whom he was living, from
being crushed. She is pros
trated by the shock.
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GOVERNOR DUNNE'S SIGNATURE GIVES
VOTES TO 1,1 IN ILLINOIS
T*
garat Haley, (3) Mrs. Dunne, wife of
the governor (4) Secretary Sullivan,
(5)Speaker McKinley, (6) Mrs. An­
toinette Funke, (7) Frederick \V.
Rinck, (8) Mrs. Grace Wilbur Trout,
president of the Illinois Equal Suf
PHOTO
t'rage association (9) Mrs. Sherman This makes the eleventh state to
Booth. The suffragists of Chicago grant the vote to women.
This is (he first snapshot ever tak­
en of the famous Astor baby. Little
John .Jacob Astor was being wheeled
by its nurse out. in the spacious
grounds at Mar Harbor, .Me., where
its mother. Mrs. .Madeline For'e As­
tor is spending tlie sunuh'M'. wlnui the
photograph--!1 clicked his camera. The
j.-ostuuuious son of Colonel Astor, who
lost his life in tlie Titanic disaster,
Is worth S2.!»2a.)70. He was left
LOST LIFE IN
AUTO ACCIDENT
Westliope, N. 1)., July —.Mrs. O.
C. Thomas lost her life in an auto­
mobile accident while on the road be­
tween Bottineau and Deloraine. With
some of her neighbors, siie had join­
ed an auto party to Hottineau and in
going up a hill a spring broke and
control of the car was lost, it turning
completely over. Other occupants of
the car escapea i.iiinjured, but Mrs.
Thomas was struck in the head and
her skull was crushed. It was
thought at first that she was only
stunned. She was taken to one side
of the road and when her friends
started to bathe he. face they found
death had been instantaneous.
S
"made elaborate plans for the celebra­
tion of their victory on July 4 and an-1^
nounced that a state celebration .j.
would be held in the early fall. Illi­
nois is the first state east of the Mis­
sissippi to grant the vote to womea,
THIRTY-THIRD YEAR No. 1B8. (NEWS OF THE WORLD) BISMAMCK, NORTH DAKOTA, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 6, 1013. (BY ASSOCIATED PRESS) FIVB CENTS
FIRST SNAPSHOT EVER PUBLISHED
OF THE AST38 BABY AND US NURSE,
TAKEN AT THE BAR HARBOR ESTATE
sill
amount by liis father and when he
reaches manhood he will be worth
many millions more. The baby is
intrusted to the care of its nurse and
if, carefully guarded from the public
gaze. This first picture of tlie baby
in its carriage under its nurse's
charge is interesting, Respite the fact,
that the tot turned its head awav as
the eamerH clicked, just as most, ba­
bies have a habit of doing.
SEIZE ICE PLANTS
IN CINCINNATI
Cincinnati duly 0.—Follow
ing a communication iroin
.Mayor Henry T. Hunt, declar
ing that a public emergency
ex sts. the board of health at
noon today ordered the health
Ou.'eers of Cia,:innati to seize
and operate all ice plants in
this city and to use every
available in, ans of distribut
ing ice to tin general publ c.
PRESIDENTIT
E
Cornish, N. II., July 5.—President
Wilson, always fynd o1 simplicity and
seclusion, when seeking rest ami di-j
%ersion from official duties, has i.r-j
ri\ed at his summer home. He found
it extreme isolation and quiet. Ar­
riving at noon at llarlakendcn house,
which has been leased for two years
as- the summer capitol. the pres.dent
saw nobod1'. in fact, but members of
the family. vbsolutely no one got
imide the big gale, a quarter of a
.pile from the hou. e, to catch a
glimps-j of the president. The even­
ing was spent at h.'nnc in the sliad
c«s of oil lamps and cundlos. for
there are no elect rc lights ia Cor­
nish. The president's arrival was
inconspicuous and attracted little at­
tention. Few people greeted the
I resident, and except for a siaglo
cheer there was no demonstration.
The president was taken on a siglit
sse ng tour by Mis. Wilson immedi­
ate!." oa arrival, and ho look a nap
i« thf ai'terjioon and short motor
ride before dinner. The president
brought with him :ni\ his phrsi'-ian,
Dr. Cary T. Grayson.
GONS TURNED ON
THE FEDERALS
Nogales, Ariz., July 5.—Pri­
vate advices report that the
commander of two federal gun­
boats in Guaymas harbor
espoused the insurgent cause
early today. The boats are
said to have turned their guns
on the federal positions in
Guaym'as, declaring all of Oje
da's troops prisoners of the
constitutionalists. General
Ojeda, it is reported, had been
boarding the boats at the time.
Srilmne.
BAD STORM AT
STEELE JULY 4
Cole Brothers' Circus Badly
Blown Just as the Per
lonnance Began
Steele. N. D.. July —Cole Uros.
circus teni was badly damaged at this
place on tlie afternoon of the 4th,
ami practically no performance was
given. Just as the perforinanec was
to begin the tent broke and collaps
ed. Al first it was reported that
there was several hurt, but the re­
port it, not substantiated. There
was ii large crowd, filling the tent,
but the circus was billed for Edgeley
the aext day and no further perfor­
mance was attempted. All the peo­
ple ^ot for their money was a look at
the animals.
One and six hundredths in.-lies of
rain iell here on the Fourth. The
winu blew down a nd mill and un­
roofed a barn belonging to II. Heehrn
son four iiiles norlhentt of Steele.
Crops look well, except wheat put
ia on stubble.
BALLOONS STILL
UP IN THE AIR
Kansas City, Mo., July o.—The
"Million Population Only Halloon," in
a contest for the right to represent
the United States in the inernationa!
race in Europe next year, has not
been heard from here nor reported
lauding up to a late hour tonight. The
Mamas City II. was tin first bag to
land. The messages from West
llranch and Detroit, Mich., indicate
that the Goodyear landed at the first,
named place and the Kansas City
Post descended near Rockwood, Mich,
about 40 miles north of Toledo, Ohio,
this afternoon.
The "Million Population Only" bal­
loon, of whichc no reports have been
received, piloted by Captain John
Harry, has. made over i0 flights.
BLEW IN FRONT
OF THE MOW
Mandan, N. U„ July «i.—Careless­
ness on the part, of young lady who
threw a lighted match into the win­
dow of the City Candy Store, which
was filled with explosive fireworks,
resulted in an instantaneous explo
sion, which broke out (he big plate
glass window and completely destroy
cd the contents of the window.
AT THE OLD JOB.
Williston, N. IJ., July
5.—Kid
Trall-
or, one of the most notorious horse
thieves who ever operated in this sec­
tion of the country, is said to be
rustling horses in the country north
of Williston. He has served time in
both tliis state and Canada for horse
stealing.
THE WEATHER
Dakota: Fair Sunday: Mon
day without, decided change
ot temperature.
.Minnesota: Fair Sunday
.Monday moderate winds. •.
•j «$» 1
Here you ai'e with the camera man
on the field of Gettysburg, fifty years
aiter tlie civil war's greatest, battle.
Over 40,000 veterans encamped on
ground adjacent to the famous battle
Held. Old comrades met for the
first time in years. Men who tried
to slaughter each other half a cen­
tury ago shook hands with smiles on
thsir faces and warm sympathy in
their hearts for each other's growing
Infirmities. They lived over again
KEN MEN MM
Athc.it, July The liul
garian .piniiter is preparing to
leave Athens. The Bulgarian
flag on the legal ong has been
Sofia, Jul/ The Greek
minister withdrew from here
inter placing the Greek inter­
ests in (he hands of the
French legation.
EQUITY EXCHANGE ELECTS OF­
FICERS.
Elgin, N. i.)„ July i.—The stock­
holders of the Klgin Equity Exchange
has elected officers for the ensuing
year. W. J. Heck s(lie president
Albeit Heggo, secretary, and I'. .V
Madison, business manager. So far,
there has been I."2,000 bushels of
gtain received and at this meeting,
$2,07!l.l "t was divided among the !M
shareholders, which netted each one
two and one-fourth cents on each
bushel delivered during the season.
CHARLTON GOES TO ITALY
Jersey City, X. J.. July
Porter Charlton will start, for
Ital the coining week to an­
swer for tho murder of his
wife, Mary Scott Castle
Charlton.
ALLRECOROS
IN SWIMMING
San Francisco, Cal., July
—Duke Kahanainoka, the
Olympic champion, broke all
records in the 17." yard swim
at the Pacific, coast, champion­
ship. lie de.uonstrated that
he was the gioalest short dis.
tancc swimmer the world has
ever seen.
HIS
IS
STILL A MYSTERY
*2* «8» «5» 4*
Rochester. Alinn.. .July
"J. ('. R.." a "lost identity"
patient at the state hospital,
submitted to an operation, re­
sult of which practically gives
no hope for the unknown re­
gaining liis mental faculties
and 'speech. The operation
revealed that the patient, some
some time past had suffered
from hemorrhage of the brain.
The patient was one hour on
the operation table. He will
undoubtedly recover from the
THIS EDITION 8 PAGES
MORAL PERVERTS UP IN THE CITY
COURT DEFORE JUDGE CASSELMAN
HILTUIIMN FMI OAS
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operation, but there is little
hope of ever establishing his
identity, for which the opera
tion was performed.
IN CAMP WITH THE ARMY OF VETS AT
GETTYSBURG'S FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY
those bloody thirty hours of the three
day fight. L-'nt there was a practical
side to thoir experience. They
camped out as in days gone by, using
common t'n basins and roughing it
in many ways. The regular army
soldiers made it as comfortable and
as hospitable as pbsible for the vets.
One of them is seen in the picture
showing an aged fifhter of '63 how
the modern rifle now in use in I he
army works.
One Charged With Exhibiting
Obscene Pictures to Ten­
der Childhood
The Other Arrested by Order
of Rev. Newcomb nn a
Serious Charge
iThird Case That of Assault
With a Charge of Intent
tojill
Sal ii hi nas a busy liny 111 ,Indue
Casselnian's court and when the game
I opened the Judge set in with a full
house. The police had been busy
for two days on the trails of some
offenders and had bagged enough to
make an interesting sessiofil
The calendar that afternoon con­
s',sted of eases against two moral per-
vents whose acts shocked all to whom
(hey were made known and the facts
were so revolting as to make men
shudder.
A Moral Pervert
The lirst up was Kov S. Uurkhart,
who was arrested on July by Chief
Fortune for exhibiting obscene pic
tures to little girls and attempting to
entice them into a room for immoral
purposes. Hy had picures of himself
in a nude state which he was show­
ing to little ones, besides having sev­
eral others of little girls and women.
He had T." of these:. UntortuTiatcly
he laws of 'his slate niftke this of
use untight but a misdemeanor, and
Mien arraigned before'^Judge Cassel
man, i.urkhart pleaded guilty. Ue
\as fined $10 ''and given 30 ilaj's. 1-le
paid the $1'J but was allowed to go
upon his pledge that lie would leave
the city on Me first train and not
enter the strife afeain for five'years.
The court ordered the pictures burned
which order was immediately carried
out by Chief Fortune and Assistant
States Attorney Koffel.
Another Revolting Case
The second case was that of the
State vs. Jacob Seeger, charged with
rape upon the little five year old
daughter of llans Aniundson, living on
Seventeenth street. The crime was
committed about 7:30 though with­
out injury to the clitfd. SIi^ imme
d'ately reported the occurrence to her
parents, who called the police. Rev.
Xewcomb for the Society of the
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