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JuUnn At C»o«»e«« &!«*, w«» mciJe tb« tw*«t #f ImnOired# of £l«xi«i»i buH#t* !uf ing the antt-Amerleaa domojwtrntJoii, ncwiHlinf to American refugee* urrl* ittf «t toaitta«, Art*. tommstic T&e I^tr*rft Uftttttltoua, coioprtaJng el«hi coiupantta of tU« TWrty-awt reelmttnt, M. N. a., wuh cavalry Troop 8, nn naaulftne« cotupnny ana other m«mb#rs of the volunteer force to the number of i,657 arrived at drayltu«, Mlclu l*hna^eli?bJa was sefectVd for the t»««nng of the thirty-fourth tricnunl wuetuv# ot thtt Kulght* Twa^lar lo 19J%^ KS Misalooaries from Turkey arriving at New Yorfc oa tho i8ctin«llnuv1an* American liner Oscar 11 «tat(nl that all nt the Aiwriesn iBtsslott wehoata •TB*B Ut« inaiM the a**M0Q :WiiWi in Marslvan nnd StvftMn AMtttlc Turkey, bluett at $1,000,000, li«v» tmsv tnkaa ovw by the Turkish government for military purpose Thm t'nlted St«t«» cruiser* ana Haw destroyers ere ft teaming under forced draft for the coaat of Hex Ico pl«* «p Atnarleana la the re- «ti emmm* Atwricnn nod Mexican dtlxena at El Pa»o In an effort to avert war with Vtextca Wtt» ttnnonnwHl at JW forlc tiy the, |in«rittt, union i^ntsult IIIH- HiMde^ profemor of po »U«» «»n«wy et the University of welMfnOfcn ^iK«t^ atmS5&&n ^l^'S' f.^^viSV|rtrt^era v%o ivere •Mi**** mmm 1fM$" *tr ^,- $tm Wr i( a. ffei m- «S: I I ft#J, -.' fn* rr/ «••.- it -I •'*$ ih** -», ^^yf^lWv'Mf«' ««l!' •-turn I fmm&--:-^*r&r. 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'^M,:*&• %Mi ^•¥«t flrtlilifti: imy c«t A*(d»t«(« fc/ »ofee«a W«»ltioct«a, 3(WW0O nt«a art ®W»*f at Wanihttigtoft »r- all *vttit«thta «alHtia to the 4«t wttitottl witfiiog far corniest* Hi bovaa at Waftbtnftaii graal* *m. «f all Wfttf troosia M«r*l toldfera tad jw-ovl^aa li.OOO^OO to c«r* tor fawiUiw of f»Rnliw»Hf»i, ^S::SSv ftaKwiary tamdnf at Wa*iaR«ttH» «#nt a «i*m©rauthntt |o the 4ipt&»att« iMtrrMentative* of ^ttoth and Cen«rat AoMriiaa ».f. siena revltwing th* altDHf Mot* ex»»tt«s t»«tw'iKi» th# liistt#d 3t*t«* fiti4 »Otl tt«ftoat»ci«S that If boHttlit^Mt #r«nt«ttt« th« imt?*** or th* U«uctl stat«« w^ohl he to a«f«ml Itwrff ajpltutt forthwr l»vtt* «J«n n»4 not to interveao to Mexican .•_-' XttMwMNm of tho Me*i?«n tttuattw wt« rqr«HpHat«d in the aenat* at Washington by SSenattw Wturlui of Cal* tfonela, who called hi* r««»l*iiltm to aathoriae lnt«rv«nti4M, had It read ant} gave notice that aula** the foreign ration* committee *«ted noon he would move to take th* natter out of It* haad», „. L#,. W, did-'*•»•'• uvtiiwtw- -•'•i-j.^.^-.\ .• The tioaae at Washington voted an Iflcreaa* of *2,000,000 in the appropria tion for aviation in the amy oppropri nttwa bill. The vote waa 67 to&l. It wa» annmn««d at the White Houjm in Washington that the nomina tion of Attorney General Thotnaa Watt Gregory of Austin, Tex., to be a Jos tle* of the Supreme court to-succeed Charlea Kvnns- Itvgh?», resigned, will be aent to the annate in the t«r«, .• #.,-..^:^ The house at Washington by a vote of ao$ to 86 found District Attorney H. Snowden Marshall Of New York guilty of contempt of the hooao of rejimentatlvea b«ca\i«e of Marshall'* critldstn of a eabcominlttee of the Judiciary committee appointed to to veattgate Itapeachment proceedings against him. European War News $ The Germans have fought their way to Fleory, three mile* northwert of Verdun. Paris cosmic* the German drive has reached Fleury, hut coateftda that here It Vraa stayed. sr t":'" Tlie German submarine U-85, which arrived in Cartagena, Spnfn, aanl the Proncli liner Provence In the Uedi termheon a few month* ago with a torn of more tMn 3k000 11vea, Com mander Arnault said. Besides the Provence, ©0 other Anglo-French slilitf have been sunk by the U-8& in the Mediterranean,. •-•'•. ...i:.,:,...'. .*1 .*': V... .i-"'.-. The Ruaalnn drlve westward ftom Volhynla and northward from Citernt^ wlta swept the Austrlans farther back opposite the Sereth river at sev eral point*. GHboka, SSadova and &trogtaeta frit before the Russian hosts, but northward from L«t&k the ftnssfaaa suffered the first aerious set back of the present offensive., The defeat of the Ross came at the hands af t^e Germans. 1L ^^A ^Berlin dispatch to the Copenhagen Correspondent vf the London Tele grnpli atates that Mectenant femuet ^nn, the. daring aviator who on the. ITth ^of-May brought^ dovm his ttf^ teentli aeroplane, wits killed on the .western front. 1 ''t istons^l20.000 Qertnan '^ivlslc ^have bee«' horrled eastward to t&ed^th* Bnaaian ote»aive. bearing ypon t^mberg -15 Genevn dift pattA** reported. T«o German di*l iltettcif^ea-twttti to l^e Lnt|*-'Ko«el HIS 80KUZED iiii ^**#f :v. CTKES tUMS W fltTUUT -iwpi 1*' ."V. 5 •A ... 1 r-M #&&- .r A. ftfM I4 a*f.H'-j£» •••.. j.,-*? jp'ii^' morale-. in.--i1[ €ft&» W»# VinH^# .^" (WK «•«.. I# *4 «t wfcwi :a «wt Owrt iarg* **tl«f th**c grae*4* Mi Nw» tN!«gc« i» ttti* win*. €*m& pimaj t*tm *e«ftBS»»4aE« tfef tw «vtta r*e«ft*d to f«il V*jp *tr«>h.. Th* «ub» ..»r« fe#i»g ««tw/toi *«4 th* pa#tttf« gnw*4 to th* osth iriM p-y.Ab^ MIMl11 i»ota aft combat** cmatn* i* to R*4tt*kt shew th»t e»ch one ar* with fSar mof* than th* aeeomry fti*tat«t«ci of a»*3R, Tb* recontltiag ot fte*r* **rf b«*y in every eity wh*r* a «ttttUMu»y *aa located. Yanktoo, 3»tarr*» Abenkws. L*mwo», R»pid city w« every other city «u th* aeeo* of «lif«ly eeihttieg. Km th* R«gtnt4mtal band of Brooking# hat it* full allow. mm of oi«i»iciaai« gjtd tecoflEUtto date no mom, Uttt* dlfSeelty has Ihmmb experienced i» reemitlag th* r«gtm«ai to it* fall *ar »tf«ftb at SJog men, appllca tioaa b#ng so numerous la some clt that p«mi**toa haa been asked to 6fi»»i«e new oompaai**. Ovattoaa were given the W* at their home town* and at point* along the rotitae to the mobillnation camp. b«*i»e** being suspended g«aeraUy la ttie towns having guard companies. The Homestake anitttBg company of l»ead, in line with other big employers Of the state, ha# announced is will take car* of ail employes joining the guard and witt alio cure *©r their families *n* dependents while tlie soldiers are away.' Redfield dug oat It* great array of Saga and hunting purchased by the city for municipal decoration aad u*ed heretofore on occasions of G. A. tf, aim tniUtla enearopraen's and tixnii of patriotic celebration, and every store i* adorned with the national col ors and the street* are laced overhead with Old Glory. Redfteld Is strong for the. national guard and wishes to show the boya that they hold as heretofore a personal regard for thean. '——'Mr *,r"" Interest. Aeuf'4. Aberdeen.—The last day of Com pany L» In Aberdeen before going to Sedfield found the bustle of prepar ing even mow pronounced and the interest in the project almost res em Wing a subdued excitement Th« annoyy in the Municipal build Ing was a scefte at :um "Mlir TMMIIilt "''ilMirf 39»^n' yw*.*wwp»r-. 1PB^ f?kv tl J* ®mm%m «.. '41 'J! ^y-_ ^^J.1 il#"# 4«* '-Hil1*' tot'-to*1?!*?- S" '-•r^:^*::s-ti^^. .:«"• *.? s.».* I* -*fc-f W^-'UH «l if..iAflit: ^.-^ I.f v,» »•. fUMt ^p®sp» m:mMm' mm. *wm* -fc'-lm •».«•»..# ii»t«'. %.'-Tife# tar constant move ment. New recruits were signed up and given uniforms. Junior officers dove into deep boxes and hauled out garment* of proper sise, or approxi mately so, for the hew men e&d show ed them how they should be wrapped or fastened together. Other men, all outfitted, walked about, disdaining* chairs. A physical examination was given new recruits by Lieut. A. W. Fossum, assisted by Dre. Whiteside and Kraus ha&r. This consisted of the regular army examtnation. The regular army examination will also be given all fiften at Redfleld|-«nd it is feared that a numbv of boys from each compapv may wend their way homeward after it, temper of townspeople to the aaUKtnai guard changed over night. 'Wiile iieretofore the guard bodies Were: given, a certain amount of re spect and consideration there were al ways a few to whisper disparaging remarks about what they could ^do in a real fight the tact that they them selves did not loln nerer occurring to the carpeirs as being a sufficient rea son against their being entitled to say one whit against ihe.JgMra who had Company C.. Gohe^fe Broofelngs.—Company c, of Brook iftgs, was Assembled as rapidly as pos sible* a number of its men having tone home at the closi# of the college ^etta. It needed a few recruits to bring the number up to the maximum strength required, but some sixty-six sja^tfid for Redfleld June 23. What Cndidates Spent. CL A. Christophers has filed hi* ex pense account with the secretai^-of. ^tate, showing that his race for oon sreaa against a H. EHH«m cost him f2,359, the largest part of which was for advertising, j. s. Httadlto sp^xt bvA. |7fi -to be renominated as state auditor, and rjaluk: Nr. Reed spesit fSa* in his campalgB for renominatioa as secretary of state. T. R, Everitt, Re "Richards" candidate foir lleutea ^•»yemo^ 'i|pdit fw,to hfe §M& ,.WfF*^*r "If .w "j&fBftifc j^-'illyfc,- AuHtmA 'S£Stefe impr gf ta* w—dH»» *t ea«W^ \i if I sstersiffos -s gt«» ic* '." .' xS ,Jfea'--"* -A''" 'W^IKJIS'-H W^« 5-i* %'J*- ii lil mii iugr, -'.- T5jW^pWT?T,*r' ,W)Jr 5"• WWPBWWWW Mil. A, t¥wr-jf--3? r*«f# .jpMf'.j .!««•, 4 -^. .i.v«*.a--.H» I* t*'fi iew®-. '.'•.. fef- n«MM«jiij,tai^ T»«?' to '4#m i-'f Tp t-t Hf,A. ••„. ,:i 4.,:.1 .' ,a sw^|-i£^ *•*».•! atewmiM Witu y# *|f%- sm,»i:'r-'^t-:: titer* imi "A'|fire«t, tft -^4 »t CftMp H** W. th0 mm* t^-^'Wilit «#«**«. *1ms* t*«I6*|Wr«*d ,:,. -4-4 ^pn^.MMl i**wp] r*thmy *Mt tiM Mfttioft*! «.ft« ImtM tm A»y Isf umr iinriigfitiiif rtwittf tlMir ^*tt«Rt«*ry mm- f1m nmmsmxtf w»» mmAimi ap *mp «t ib« f.* ,•,«*»• «*r« *t» amximm ctieegtii of i««- mm, •. MH*fieli 99t0trw !•*»*. c''.'^ ^k#Xt-Wtib 13*# band blarfnf mn! the *tr*i? i--™ flitwtOP ifc tt»» Caw»* 4 -.t i|V •WHWWlf"' 'iM)k-:*^i^Tm0i4---*^ s^' 1 th* chew* parked a We-i «IWrt» tk* rau^aid wa il«i. C^n»p*ay V, un4«r tli* commaad of t* t. JSirl B. Rowley, entrained at •eon Jtttt* ft tttf th* slat* mobDiu^- Ut» camp at Jledrttid, Sevmty-Sv* a»inb«f* of the local compsny .want to cim p, JNktolttg Com panic* & of Can a,, and O of Parker, on special train. Ll*«t. John $. Chapman, of Company F, will remain with hi* fetid* of a week and recruit additional m*t» hers for th* company. He was at Big stone Lake, 8. D., on his honeymooa when the president issued the call to the guardsmen. tpccial Train of S«ldl«ra. Plerr*.—-The special train bearing the gvard companies from Lead and Rapid City and sanitary unit, in charge of the hospital tfc£*d* of the regiment, arrived here about Xi o'clock a. m. June Z3., and the soldiers from the west were taken to the Commercial club rooms, where a lunch was served them. Company A, of tbi* city, was ready and their coach was attached to the train which went to the lamp by way of Paulkton, pi«tking up th* 'cmtaay at that place, %W thirty men of the Lead company went to the camp without uniforms, not enough biiiag on hoad jn the Lead fcrmory to outfit .them, k- & Parker Suspends Business. Parker.—Company D. eighty strong, left June 28 for the state mobiliza tion camp at Redfield. A great crowd was at the train. Cannons boomed and bands played. Business houses were closed during the moving of the company to the train* Thursday"eve ning the Commercial club and citizens gave a reception Mid a flag was pre sented to Company D. An Indian Squad* Rapid City.—Full blood Sioux In dians formed one squad of Company state militia, which left June 23 for Redfield. They are youths from the government Indian school here, with typical aborigine game*, the only Indian militiamen In South Dakota. Gets Bride to Escape Csll. Aberdeen.—Private Joe Chambers of Company L, a barber, did not want to answer the call to the colors, and hear ing that married men were being ex. cused, he thought he saw a way out He appeared in uniform at the clerk of coiirts office with a blushing maid en, at his side, secured a marriage li cense, and was promptly married. However, his coup was unavailing, for Lieut L. E.. Kirkpatrick, command ing officer of the company, ordered all trains watched, and when found the bridegroom was ordered into quarters. He may be relieved of duty if ho pro cures ten nt-/ recruits to Cake his place. Proclamation by Mayor. Aberdeen.—Mayor Aldrich issued the following proclamation to the people of Aberdeen before the departure of the local militia company for' Red field: "Inasmuch as the members ot Com pany L, South Dakota National Guard* and the companies from Lemmon, Webster and Ipswich leave Aberdeen at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon for Redfield, I do hereby request that the people of Aberdeen pay honor to the cltlsen soldiery who are responding to the call of their country by closing -hius^aess:. houses of. the, city. be tween the hours of 1:30 p. m. and 2:30 p. m., on the afternoon of Ptl d*yt June 25, and In other Ailing way* display their appreciation of the pat ||Ot|D&jirhiCh imbues the members of In this and other clties efi tbe state, In answeHfig to'the call of duty. "A- N. Aldrich, Mayor, .To save many hundreds of thou sands of dollars to l&e "peopIe tfjthe Dakotas, is the alleged ultimate pur pose of the Johnsoa Puel company of .Fairfax, Gregory ebnnty, which has Just been incorporated undor the law* jpf this state for the manufacture of briquettes from lignite coal. The n*w -coxapatur Ia »pitsai*e4 at ROOO^iOO. aniTiwsid^ the office at Fairfax, pro vide for offices in Sioux Falls, Sioux Citjr a«d Omaha. Among the numerous asre i^fMN^Ab^i^aarau aUotnantex. mmmmmmtiwtemm W «WBI DAKOTA k, Mm-***, Mr«t tiinn iif fimni |i yaf-fhi af .w,«. WBP' ^Vp- *^-T1(ppP-T|W^ ^UPPMr tiifftlhtf A n' -^riir^-r -jv'"•' WWWi *i //j «|Mr iMHi Ml# -mm Mm *r to.- m'-jiBtim a#w». imIhif. «a^ .?*jf"•• .•• •**4 nM-?s*4 *t mm laiww *tmm fetagraphte* «f- pmml»*ai citisens the stat*. Th* jniMteetlo* -1* w*r l»rt*ted and wefl b«ma«, in »m§m to Ndeg cftrwftttfy prepared in Mo grapbteal details, and will be in g«ner al demand for a work. Some good records were made si tbi asnoal track and ft»2d meet held at th* fair grounds in FlandresulMflwfseu th« •tadeot* of Slgg* institute, the gov «mm«nt Indian school there, and tbo** of the Pipestone Indtsn school. Th« fcall gam* was won by Flastdren* b9 score of to S. while all the trad •vents were won by the Indian school Several merchants la Pierre Sundej «ontlng found that a window smash *r had been at work the night before throwing stone* through plat* giaai front*, sad the damage rues to a con slderable figure. The night before clothing store had bees, entered through the coal chute and a sssall amount of cash and some dethi&t Uken. The shipments of young cattle art yet going to th* western part of the state, most of them from southern point*, purchases being made In Tex as and New Mexico. The shipment! of young stuff into South Dakota thii year will bo heavier than at any tiro* since tbe old range days when they were turned loose on the free racgt by thousands. As the result of a cow switching he* tail, Gottlieb Rueb, a farmer living near Tyndall, will lose one of bis eyes, """he tall of the cow struck him square ly on the eyeball, injuring It to such an extent that he now has gone to hospital to have the eye removed. Thie was the only way in which the unin jured eye could be saved, as it has been affected by the injury to the oth er eye. The homesteaders '$ $m* & to#.-*. &-t. jt .** #:.:#rf |«fc 4g| I 4 iV.vi '. .: -i. If «i: ***4 l« -wt IS #:.'• A)|- 41, II* jflpt ^4 .*: |-»*r i* «:•, rnH Cte 5t s. 'i West I •«. 4K it tc *w HJf s* ,: «?w.i' A -1 a &M ijf is '. A «fc :*»^r fi«t f*», «Ml ft- ^»H«» W«**w» «4' ft W- ,» «tlNkaw*l» m. mm 9t tb* T*&*m s» ii to dull eowty l«cMt «e«l *%&*** 15# Wmmlietaut* JNia# C»fiy#r, II*- pm *mtkm «E antcit wftetr M-«Mkliee** t*m* *nr* th* t*BKM ~hmxk#r wm. o. w, owner tA wmtom w$ "!m Who Is On* mem* vol«m# of -Who'* 9mm D*k«a,~ «y»uiat«Mr ti of Pierre sre making big money from tbelr cows Shipments of cream are unusually heavy from the towns between Pierre and Mldlitnd. In one day recently 60C 10-gallon cans Of cream were shipped from the various towns. Including Mid land, which alone shipped 140 cars For the day** shipment of cresim the farmers received an aggregate of more than JS.000. A struggling church organization at Bison, in the *crthwest part of the state, was bBdly in need of a churcb building, but could not see their way clear to raise the funds for a new building, when the way was opened tc them by a Baloon man going out ol business. They found that they could secure the saloon, building at a small coat and took advantage of this, and are now having the former boose dis pensary remodeled into a church build ing for the betterment of society. Wolf bounty claims which have been filed with the state auditor just about equal the total annual appropriation of $13,000, and tbe claims which will be filed with the County boards at their jury meetings will likely be large as it it at this season that many wolf •pups are dug out of dens and dis posed of. But unless these figures are 'i heavier than they wer£ year the return will likely be higher than f0|F that year when the state paid 8S% cents on the dollar for i«uch claims, as the number at present is not as high as for the same date last year. When a prisoner in the lockup at Veblen woke up a few mornings ago he was not certain wiietLer it was a Itlack and white cat. Or the results of Ms imagination from the effects of the sight before which he saw in a corner of the room, bat to make certain, he heaved a shoe at the vision to estate lish whether or noi lt waa real. It was. and while it was of the cat fam Hy, It had not been brought under domestic control, and carried ita meaas of defense, and the prisoner Was soon gasping for breath at the Jail Window, whiJe^f ^llttte, striped skunk slid through a ncle In the floor to hls refuge under the buildlng£i|, £*«n« »an»Jv 9 years old. was drown. Lv# -41 W Hurley. Some children haU-eonstrjicted a tatt,. Jmt $3$ it was not large enough fiTStfgtaln her weight and sauk with her. Among his leg$l and other papers B- Raymond of Vilas discovered an insurance policy for |3,00* j» the life of Martin Rltxman, who died recently Now fl»e amount of the poUoy wiU be Paid to men^bers of g»e dead man's family. Th* old policy wa* issued by Sf'