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THE WEATHER
FAIR ANO COOLER TODAY,
THIRTY-THIRD TEAR No. 160.
INDIANS
tip.
Pin Being Arnoged for
letaralii
FORI®
IS
In-
dlans From Stsidisg lock
To JUteid Expo.
Caofereaee Ymerdsy With
Chief Joho Gross Kegard
ii| the Proposition
He lill Coll Council
Upon
Home to See
Whit They Will Do
The business men of this city, who
are taking Snactive part in the inter­
ests of the exposition to be held in
Bismarck this coming fall, are desir­
ous of having a good attendance of
Sioux Indians from the Standing
Hock agency. In ~dcr to do thi3 a
movement has been set on foot to see
what can be done to help the matter
along.
Tuesday, when John Grass, chief
of the Sioux, was in town with a num­
ber of his cloBe counsellors, a com­
mittee of business inen took the mat­
ter up with him. It is desired to
liavc then come and camp during
the exposition, living in their primi­
tive way. It is also hoped to ar­
range for them to bring exhibits of
many kinds with them for the exposi­
tion.
As yet the proposition is not far
enough along to make any delinile
announcements, but it is thought that
the matter cau be arranged so as to
make a success of the feature. Chief
John Grass hus announced
1
tlfcft.' as
Boon as he return.* to the reservation
he will call a council of his people,
after which he will be able to make
a definite report.
Curator Fish, of the State Historic­
al society .returned Tuesday afternoon
from Fort Rica where he had been
taking measurements of the old fort
and looking over the premises.
The Society some t'me ago acquired
title to the site of the old fort, and it
is to be made pueiic park. The
land acquired consists of but four
fccrcs and does not take in all the
fort site, 'but it is hoped in the near
future to secure the rest of it.
The Historical society has two old
cannon which wera given to the state
by the government and were sent
from the Rock Island, III., arsenel.
These are to be mounted on either
.side of the i'lac-o where the old flag
s.taff stood at Fort Rice.
Mr. Fish is anxious to have some
improvements made as fast as possi­
ble, and says, in time to come the place
will be made quite a beauty spot. It.
is one of the historical sites of early
days, and should be improved.
AT
GRAND FORKS
Grand Forks, X. D., July 8.—\V. T.
Anderson of Washburn, the bank
cierk acquitted several days ago of
the murder of Frank E. Funk, was in
Grand Forks today, coming from
Washburn to transact business.
Mr. Anderson, when interviewed
declared that, he had made no deli
nite plans for the future.
"I don't know just what I will do,"
said Mr. Anderson. 'I am closing my
business affairs at Washburn and ex­
pect to return there in a few days to
conclude that taBk. Mrs. Anderson
is in Fargo, and probably will remain
tltere several weeks."
Mr. Anderson did not discuss the
case in which he has been involved,
except to express his satisfaction at
the outcome of the trial.
He al3o had little to eay concerning
the situation which has arisen in
Washburn by the arrest of one of his
witnesses, except to declare that if
the witness perjured himself, he was
not aware of the fact.
GOT THIRTEEN BARRELS OF BEER
CENTER. N. D., July 8-The states
attorney and sheriff of this county
raided the depot at Fort Clark and
took thirteen barrels of beer. Half
of this beer had been consigned to
private parties, while the balance was
to have been used by iblindplgs.
OFF TODAY
FOR CAMP
Company A. Will Leave To
eight for the lock Is
iind keservatioo
All Members is Excellent
Condition ood Will Hoke
a Floe Showing
Entirely New Officers Will
he in Command of the
Local Troops
Tonight tile members of Company
A wnl tcave lor
kock
The boys were disappointed in that
Billy Mincar who has cooked lor
them for so long, is unable to go, ow­
ing to the fact that he cannot leave
his position at the Crand Pacific ho­
tel at this time, but John Spriggs has
oeeii engaged and will serve the boys
in that capacity, assisted by Charley
Cush.ng and Buster PaUon.
This eveni.ig all members of the
company will report at. 8 o'clock
sharp at the armory, when all blan­
ket lolls will be inspected and all nec­
essaries will be chucked up. They
will then entrain at the car which
will be set out at th.s phue for them
and the car will be picked up by No.
ti at 3:li0 a. in.
The car will run to Jamestown,
where Companies of Valley City,
and H. of Jamestown will join them,
Companies of Mandan and of
Dickinson be.ng in the train when it
arrives here. These live companies,
with their baggage cars will be trans­
ferred to the Janujjtown Northern
and run to
LjciIs.
Wtmank
(NEWS OF THE WORLD)
lolunii lescrw,
six miles soui 01 oovns uaae,
where tney win go .uio camp with
ihc rtgimuit ior a i_n dajs ouiinb
ana cuvn.
ibe company it in excellent condi­
tion and will mane a goou snowing,
ri.erc will oe about 3d enlisted nitu
besides officers and evoryoiij i.i uio
pink of coumtiou.
The company goes to camp tiiib
year with entirely new officers who
are. Captaiu A. IS. Wei.h, First Lieu­
tenant W,ity£ ai)J Second Lieu tenant
ned Graham.
llie enlisted men who w.ll make
up the compauj will tie as follows,
iucie v.ill undoubtedly ue a number
of others fflio will arrange to go ai
the last miuutc, but tlic following
were sure of going last night.
Sargeaats Mtlier, Clougn, Tharal
son Corporals Maurer, Tliaralson,
tiresler, urown and Quilling. rn
vates Laker, M.llcr, Joiin and Omar
Moekier, Knauss, brown, Gordon,
Fisher, Corduer, Cox, Ely, Olson, {Io­
nian, Brockcfct, Julius an Henry An­
derson, Paul and Zack Zolinsky, Mc­
Donald, Marsh and Pattou, W. .A.
Stickiey of the reg.mehtiil band will
also accompany Ue Bismarck boys.
At that place tiie
•train will be taken over by the
Great Northern and
iu.i
rnmmm
to Devils
Lake. The train will then be run
to tiie government spur an.l a march
of aoout three les will see iliun in
camp. They will arrive there some­
time tomorrow a.,4ornoon. The bai
Hiice of the afternoon will be s.peut in
pitching tents, and settling camp.
The regiment is in excellent condi­
tion and a good attendance is expect­
ed. Rock Island is a 'beautiful spol
and there is every reason to believ
that there will a iirst-elast en
camjpment this year, ami that, the
boys will have a line outing.
The Tribune will have a daily
port of the doings camp.
re-
SIX CRIMINAL CASES.
BEACH, N. D.. July 8-The lirst
term of district court for Golden Val­
ley county was convened today by
Judge Crawford. The morning ses­
sion was taken up w.tli naturalization
of citizens and the jury will report In
the afternoon. There ate six crimnial
cases on the calendar and some twen­
ty civil. It is expected some of the
cases will be continued till fall.
CYCLONE HITS ELGIN
AND KILLS THREE
Elgin, 111., July S.~Three
unen were reported killed and
property damaged estimated
at $50,000 by ail electric storm
today. Four stores were un
roofed by the wind, and other
buildings were damaged. Re
ports from two nearby villages
9» say both were badly damaged.
by the wind.
I Here arc tlu principal
California'! famous white
in which Attorney General 'Hey
nolds was involved by the chart •of
John L. .MrNiib, recently United
Stntct district attorney for San Fran­
cisco. Dlsgs and Cainiuotti, young
FOREST RRES THREATEN
priii 11 pn
dtp
1*11111110
SEVERAL COAST TOWNS
NO CREDENCE GIVEN
RUMOR OF DEATH
Washington, July 8.—The, state de
department officials are inclined to
doubt t|te -repftrt that an American
consular-lomcor ,'liad" Wen. kilted at
TuxhalJ, Mex., Jujy 4. A report just
received, from the, consular agent at
Tuxhull toid of an engagement be­
tween Mexican rebels and federals on
.luly 3. but no mention was made of
any American being killed.
HISS JESSIE W. WILSON WILL BE
THIRTEENTH WHITE HOUSE
AS501 AT
WASHINGTON, July S-Miss Jessie
Woodrow Wilson will be the thir­
teenth White House bride when she
marries Ffajil'is Bowes Sayr ?,' prob­
ably in tiie fall. Thirteen is her fa­
ther's lucky nurjiber. He became the
thirteenth 'president of Princeton in
his th'rteen. yaar at the university, he
.b'
U.V,.
Vr
Si
BI8MAKCK, NORTH DAKOTA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1013.
DIGiS AMI HIIHETTI, (DINCIFAU TIE
UUFHNU WIITE SLAVE CASE, AND MIS
•u
narried men of good families in Sac
rpa'cuto, Cal.. shortly riiee trial for
violating tli Mann whiteslave act in
eloping with I.ora Norrisjand Marsha
Warrington, al.io of Sacramento. to
lleno, Nev. was Mc.N'ab's accusa
t.ons that political infhiJ- caused of Immigrat.'on.
TURNED TRICK
-5
San Franc'sco,- July s. ,\lt.
Tamalpas forest tire was whip
ped by a strong wind and cov
ere.| the side of the mountain «C
from to]) to base tonight and
at 8 o'clock it is reported with
in SOU feet of the nearest house »J
in the outskirts of the town of
Mill Valley. It :s feared that 9
the Mount 'lamalpas tavern on
the summit of the mountain is
doomed and Miliev Valley,
Larkspur and Corte Madera
are in grave langer. «S
Washington, July 8.—Senator Sim
nions, chairman of the ilnance com
mittee, turned a trick or republican1
leaders when he got his hinds on the
lengthy analysis of the democratic
tariff bill, which had beJn prepared
under the direction of Sen itor Smoot,
pointing out what, the republicans'
ctnim are serious.defects -i the meas-j^
ure. Senator Smoot del lyeil for a
montii the introduction oi the aualy-!
sis, despite, .•ho insistence of Chair
man Sim nous. The democrats have
not yet printed their bill and have
a dayor two to make corrections and
launch it at their opponents. Inas­
much as debato will not begin until
next week, the bill will probably not
go to tiie printer until tomorrow
night, as the s\'b:Conrnit.tee is stilt
checking up errors'noted hi the Smoot.
analysis. Meanwhile. Chairman Sim
moms is completing- the committee re­
port, of the measure.
FREE DEUVEHY-iN^CENDtVE
Glendive, Montana. Mtilv S.—The lat­
est metropolitan
"step
for this city is
tiie I'ree delivery of mail which has
juat been started. There are but two
carriers for the
present,
but
throe
WHEN SHE WEDS FR1NCIS SAY8E
de­
liveries' ii day are he'ng made.
BRIBE
nrss ocjji
WOODROW
teenth row in the theater. Mr. Sayre
is, twanty-eight years old and is em­
ployed as chief clerk by District At­
torney Charles S. Whitman at New
York. He was born in South Bethle­
hem, Pa. He was graduated from
Lawreuceville school in New Jersey in
®rilmtw.
ti:e department of justice to gran* I
a postponement of t'ie case till fa"
that caused Preside !l: ou to act
anil brought the mailer
IK
fore •.•on-J
greas. Young Cand'etU's lather i*i
the new United Stal com nli .- iOiier
ran IN us
INK THE IjUE
t,.
Chicago. July X.--Two of the
lilies' hydroplanes which start­
ed irom Chicago today ill il
iJOO-inile flight to Detro.t were
wrecked over Lake Michigan
by squalls and fell into the
waves far from land. All were
rescued. They wer Anthonv
Jannu.s of St. Louis and Me­
chanic Walter Johnson, Heck
with Havens lind a passenger.
aviators as originally scliedul
ed to start mads the lirst lap.
"S* "fr
TAYLOR FARMER SAW
ANTELOPE IN HIS FIELD
Taylor, NT. D., July.8.—Knut Stangcr,
a fanner Kviijg south of town tells
of* having seeti an antelope grailrtg
av.ay from the bad lands, as there
hpve been no antelope seen in this
section since the advent of tho set*
tires hero years ago. Early settlers
Mi.v when they first came here ante­
lope were as thick as Jack rabbits,
but. now it is a rare occurrence to see
tJnm outside of the ban lands, or the
.Missouri rlvi.-r valley.
mi ncriDN
OF Pffll PUNTS
Washington, July 8.—Meat packing
establishments throughout the coun­
try will be subjected to searching In­
spections by well known experts se­
lected by tho secretary of agriculture
from outside tho government service.
This step follows the crilicis of the
federal meat inspection from various
sources, and Secretary Houston an
nounced its object is to incrtttse the
(iliciency of the service and foster
public confidence. The secretary
made public the names of throe coT
k"=rc professors who have beett chodeii
to report to him personally upon^the
conditions existing in packing plants
in New York, Massachusetts, Connec
I ticut. Illinois and Missouri.
HAWKEYE GIRL TO
WED U. S. liRANT, JR.
Marstialltown, Iowa. July 8.—When
Mrs. America Will of this city mar­
ries I,'lyases S. Grant, Jr., of San Di­
ego, Cai., this month, she will be a
bride for the thir.d time, although she
is only years of age.
Mrs. Will is of Spanish descent,
her mother, Mrs. Dee ring of Los An
geles. being a niece of Pio Pico, one
of California's early Spanish govem
I ors.
When very young Mrs. Will became
the wife of a Mr. Elma, who is Htill
living at. Los Angeles. The couple
separated and on March 16, 1900, Mrs.
Kl-ns became the. wife, of Edward C.
I Will, a retail druggist of this city.
On May 10, HI 0. Mr. Will died sud­
denly of malignant diphtheria, leav­
ing a snug little fortune to his wid­
ow. Mrs. Will traveled extensively
last year going on a trip around the
world wltli a party of California
friends.
Upon becoming the bride of the son
of the "great Civil war general and
former president, Mrs. Will will start
on another journey around the world,
Mr. Grant having planned to take
practically the same trip as did his
illustrious futher after he left the
presidency.
Mr. Grant, who is rated as a 'Mil­
lionaire. is almost twice the age of
1904 aan.i from Williams college in his bride-to-be. He is 61. and the
1901). He then entered the Harvard youugest of his five children is 20.
became president of the United States Law school, from which 'he was grad- Mrs. Will has a son, John Elms, who fr
in 1913, allelic likes to sit in the thir-' uated "cuin laude."
(BY ASSOCIATED PRESS)
AT
WALL STREET
FROM AFAR
Used Spectacles of David
Lamar in Getting Focus
oa Market Place
Probing Committee Sees
How Witness Caused a
dig "Explosion"
C. D. Westcott Tells oi
Efforts io Behalf of
Free Sogar
Washington, July 8.— The seuuto
lobby investigating committee took
a look at. Wall street through the
spectacles of David Lamar, the dap­
per operator on the bear side, who
admits he bandied about in the mar
ket place the names of men high in
congress. He took the committee
completely into his conlidence. For
jail the machinations he contrived
there he swore to but two reasons.
He wished to cause an "explosion"
which would bring Wall street :nen
9 whom ho felt antagonistic to him
0» "into the open," and wished to in
sure re-employment of Edward Uui-
'i'hey reached Michigan Cily*/» .terbach, his lawyer friends, who had
sal'eiv Onlv one of the fallen into disfavor with the might
of Wall street.
Although the committee tried to de­
velop that it miglvt have been other
considerations involved, Lamar de­
nied such allegations.
He was on the stand several hours
and, although five senators wielded
the scalpel at various times, they un­
covered nothing Lamar didn't wish
t.o reveal. He was only playing Wall
street's game, lie said, when he made
such frequent ude of the telephone
and talked about what might be done
in Washington through prominent
nveaioerft- of---eewgraeB.- He was
through with it now and said he was
sorry for the publicity given the re­
ports of the influence in congrcss,
but except for that he thought the
ends justilied the means.
The explosion, he said, had occur
red and enemies had been dragged
into the open to prove that charges
had been circulated for many years
in the financial district against him­
self and Imuterbach.
Charles D. Westcott, a Washington
attorney, living in Cuba, took up the
sugar story again and told of the un­
successful effort lie had made to get
Cuban planters to put up $25,000 for
the expenses of the free sugar cam­
paign in Washington to offset, the
efforts of tlio anti-free sugar forces.
EXCURSION TO
FORT GURK
The State Histor.cal Society will
conduct an excursion to the old In­
dian village sites at Fort Clark and
Stanton. July 18, which is Friday of
next week. Among the interesting
sites will be the home ow Sakakawca
and the win tot qua-Jters of Le^'ls
and Clark in 1801. There will be a
bunj concert, basket picnic, a goou
program and a ver ypleasant day. Tho
traiif will leave Bismarck at 8 o'clock
u. m. and return to this city at p. m.
SENKLER WILL HANDLE
HOLUM MURDER CASE
Minot, X. D., July 8.—Attorney
Sinkler lias been retained as attorney
for the defendant in tho Matt Holom
caae at Langdon. Holum is accused
of having murdered his wife iu the
barn on the Holum farm, but. Iiolum
claims that she was kicked by a vi­
cious horse.
There are suspicious circumstances
connected with the case. Blood was
spattered freely oh the ground and
walls and a hatchet, freshly washed,
was found in the tool house on the
farm. The couple had quarreled fre­
quently. Mrs. Holum was 55 years of
age and her husband, a few years 'her
senior.
THE WEATHER
North Dakota: .Fair Wed
net. coolcr in east and south
Thursday fair.
South Dakota: Fair cooler
Wednesday Thursday fair.
Minnesota: .Generally fair,
somewhat Cooler Wednesdav
THIS EDITION 8 PAGES
a
Thursday fair, cooler north*- 8
west portions moderate to
bf'sk winds.
is 15 and is living with liis father. election
FIVE 0ENT8
Imprisoned hy Bulgarian Ir­
regulars and Blown
Up
Wifbjombs
Wives and daughters First
Assembled to Witness
Awful Spectacle
Men and Students
Among the Perpetrators
of the Heed
Salontki, July 8.—Father Michfifii
superior of the French Catholic mis­
sion at. Kilkish, confirms the report
of the massacres committed in- that
district by Bulgarian IrregularB.
In one instance they burned to
death 700 men belongiug to Kurkut
by imprisoning them in a mosque,
under which they exploded bombs,
setting the building on tire.
They previouslly assembled the vic­
tims' wives and daughters to witnes3
the spectacle.
Even more terrible scenes wore en­
acted at Kilkish, Planitza apd Ray
novo, women being burned aiso.
Father Michel asserts that among
the irregulars responsible for tho
atrocities were ousiness and profes­
sional -men and students from Sofia.
KING PETER
DECLARES WAR
Issues Proclamation Con­
demning Bulgarian for
lograiifude
Lelgrade, July giving Peter is­
sued a proelauiliioii* announcing war,
in which lie says:
"The Bulgarians, forgetful of the
Servians' brotherly help given the
Slavonic nations and the civilized
wot Id. are an aoominable example -ot
ingratitude and greediness."
The oiiicial dispatch asserts that
the Servians repulsed the Bulgarian*
at Zetchar, on the frontier, with heavy
losses, and also ut Vlusina.
Servians Recapture Istip
Belgrade. July 8 The Servians
have r,e:iptui'eil Tstip after routing
the Bulgarians, says an official dis­
patch tonight. A desperate battlu
was fought with heavy losses, but
tho Servians guns previously lof
vore taken.
I
n: •(.
'n
Hi
IS IMMINENT
New York, July 8.—Pqice overtures
have ceased between 'to eastern rail­
roads and IOUO.OOO members of the
Order of Railway Conductors and
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen
after tile employes' representatives In
conference with the railroad managers
Hiiounced that 9. per cent of the men
had voteu to strike for increased
v.ages. The final action on the pro­
posed tie-up remains with the gener­
al committee of one tiiousand, and a
meeting lias-, been jailed for Saturday.
It is the unanimous opinion in operat­
ing circles that tiie strike vote will be
ratified unless the companies mean­
while offer to pay higher wages or
agree to submit the sputo to arbi­
tration.
TEACHERS TAKE DIP
IN GREAT SALT LAKE
Salt Lake City, July 8.—Thousands
o$ teachers attending the rational
Education Association spent the aft­
ernoon on the "shores of Great Salt
Lake. While there they listened to
an addres 1jr former Governor Ed­
ward Hock of Kansas: The commit­
tee on membership of the national
education council will submit the
name of R. J. Alley, president of the
Univarsity of Maine, to the business
session Thursday for president of the
organialiou. The committee of nom­
ination is considered equivalent to as

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