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"f, 'A k \t ,\t* .r" THE WEATHER tto Oene**tty (air tonight and FrT&ay, y\ roinKer precipitation, .01. Vr&V,' FORUM *4 ,t4 TERS iiit AN INCOME TAX^V »F ^CONSTITUTIONAL,. WasMngt*n, Hon tax as a The ceremony was one of the most fan posing ever witnessed here, and was ^Attended by bishops and clergy from «tl parts of the northwest. 5EC!'!!E JURY IN 1L 4i- 1' U. /•"Chicago, July 1.—A Jury irt the case ftf Ella Gingles, the young Irish laee .maker who is charged with ^a,y«.eny, ,**as completed at naop today. liui IILRAMiiil.il i ARE ASPHYXIATED FEOUISVILLE, KY., WOMAN AND YOUNG DAUGHTER FOUNQ /V'iDEAD ,$4'". iU IN BROTHER'S- HOME IN CHICAGO Chicago! July 1.—Mrs. Mamie Cun- )c -V^dblngham of Louisville, Ky., and her S» year-old daughter, Mamie, were l|jund dead in bed today from pas asphyxiation in the home of her J^-other-in-law, Jolm Cunningham, 48 North Ada street. The police believe tlte deaths resulted from an accident, •tnd that the gas wa* jiot turned on With sulci lad intent. UNREACHED POLICEMAN. ||ev. Carlton Will Have Charqe of Mason City for One Night. Mason City, la-, July 1.—Mason City to be policed for one night by the pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Dr. W. W. Carlton. He will ("have the assistance of the police 1 force and for this one night will be the chief, and the police force will obey his Instructions to the letter. Mayor Kirschman has promised that Ike would prosecute any and all cases thought before him by the preacher pliceman. PRESIDENT BACK •Vliji lpiwp- Washington, July 1.—President Taft tis turned from New Haven at 10:23 morning. Tbe trip UOme was with «mt incident. POPE CONFIRMS CHOIC8 OF BISHOP OF PEORIA. "Home, July 1.—The pope today confirmed the election of the Kev. Rdmund Michael Dunne, chancellor of the archdiocese of Chit-asro, to be bishop of Peoria, in succession to the Right Rev. Joiiu JL. Spalding, rained, p, 4 v' change in temperature, ''. 29.09 maximum tempera minimum temperature Mi HIMSELF i T, From ik Commits toiip. AND MMI TAX UP t" NATO ft McCUMBtf* DENIES WHAT CHAIRMAN WAS ACTU •'ATED BY COMMITTEE—HE PRE- ,,.v^ l« V vS July 1,—Tile measure for the McCumber Speaks Out* /The personal reasons of that serta •J'fbr for his support of the corporation t*x," said Senator MeCumber, referring to Chairman Aldrieh of the finanet committee, "were not put forth as rea- Bftns which actuated the committee in i •ny respect. He gave them as his Own personal reasons. I do not under hand that a single oth^r member of the committee stands frith him in that respect v "Should the senator from North Da fiota not poll the finance committee be fore he attempts to voice their views," inquired Senator Clapp. Prefers Income Tax- Denying that he had atteiwplxnl to •Dice the sentiment of the finance committee, MeCumber declared that he Ofely wanted to make clear the fact that Aldrlch did not voice that senti ment. He added that he would prefer the income tax to the tax on corpora tfebns if it could be made constitutional. BISHOP COTTER LAID AWAY. Mihposing Ceremonies Over the Dfff4 Prelate at Wlnon*. Winona, Minn., July 1.—The funeral Of the late Bishop Cotter occurred yes terday forenoon., Archbishop Ireland delivered an elo quent tribute to the dead prelate, in which he reviewed tils life work, his career as an earnest religious en .•ifcuRiast, and hi* pemmalky a&" arhan igiri useful citizen. 1 V«" Or •Cm" V dv'a of the income tax was today agv'O ttie subject of comment in the senate Borah of Idaho, who was ~peaking, Iras interrupted by Senator MeCum lier, who disavowed any sympathy With Senator 'Aldrich's reason for supporting the corporation tax. He declared that Aldrlch had spoken for himself alone and not for members of Ilie finance committee generally.- A'.ys Washington, D. C., July 1.—The new home of the international bureau of American republics is rapidly near tog completion and It is confidently predicted that when the -various offi cials return from their summer vaca 11% Crimson triumphs Over Sons of Old Eli. ANNUAL KAIL ON THAMES VARSITY FOUR AND FRESHMEN EIGHT BOTH CAPTURED BY CRIMSON ROWERS AT NEW LONDON—TIME SLOWEST IN TQ YEARS—WINNERS SUPERIOR. New Ixmdon, July 1.—The two Har vard crews, th© "v^rplty fnpr and the freshmen eight, won tht morning races front/ Yale on the Thames in both, the superiority in the winners being decidedly marked. The condi tions on river were fairly good. The first race, fours, was started off Broadview, where the Harvard quarters are, and the finish was at the navy yard two miles below. What ever advantage the blue seemed to nave in the first half mile was over tome before a mile had been cover ed. Then the crimson blades began to dip with stronger power and open water was increased and Harvard swept across the finish line with prac tically three lengths of clear water between her and Yale's shell. The official time was Harvard, IS: 14 Yale 13:23. This is the slowest time, ever made in the event which has now inuped its tenth year. Easy for Harvartr. The freshman eight race was an easy win for the crimeon, the rapid stronlg stroke sending the shell into the lead after the Initial burst of speed of both crews. Yale did her best in the first mile to cut down that open water, but it was a stern chase with the crimson pulling away Uttle by little. As the crews swept down to the finish at the draw bridge Harvard had a lead of fully ten lengths. *, "t LANDDEI'MMNT «EPORT FOR JUNE SHOWS IN CREASED ACTIVITY IN SECUR ING OF PUBLIC LANDS NUM BER OF FINAL PROOFS IN EX CESS TO PREVIOUS MONTH. According to the monthly report of business transacted at! the United States landolftce in this city, compiled by Register C. C. Schuyler, there is no falling off of business at,this point, in fact the figures show that there has been an increase over the previous month in the number of final proofs. The report is as follows: No. homestead entries .......... No. Final proofs No. soldiers' additional entry No. commuted proofs public laud sales QIRLS BATHE WITHOUT CLOTHES Women Polio* to Guard Them Against Prying Eyes. Beloit, Wis., July 1.—A force of women police 1b projected by residents of the southern part of the city, who have tfen roused to a high pitch by the reports that there are dozens of girls about 16 years of age who are in the habit of going in bathing in tin* Rock river absolutely unclothed- The girls have been bathing la thin manner for several weeks, but it was not until recently that some young men discovered their Imblt. The wo men police are proposed to assure the girls of privacy and tIao to require tb»-m to be a little more clothed than at present. Two women on duty at a time is the proposition to be pre sented to the city council. Sr.f SUM A®MSSImi n n n ..• nt i '-,pT 1 v? V •e e» e e -e-*e- -4, ?»V-! '&*%• i« BUY, SELL, USE AND RECOMMEND OOODS THAT ARE MADE OR D1 JL MJJ ESTABLISHED NOV. 17, 1891. FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA. THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 1, 1909. Hon. John Barrett and the New Home of the International Bureau of American Republics tions part of it at least will be ready for occupancy. The Hon. John Barrett, director of the bureau, sees in the building the fulfillment of many years of work in interesting the American republics in such a central home. The work of this v* I Senate bill No. 144, LaMoure—Anti-cigarette "-ill, prohibits any person from furnishing any cigarette, cigars or tobacco to any per son under 18 years of age, except upon written order of parent or .Radian. House bill No. *51, Baker of Starke—New military coQf government of the national guard of North Dakota. House Bill No. 207, Skuiason—Child labor law, prohibits emplo ment any chi'j under 14 years of age in any mine, factor, work shop. $tor~, office, etc. Senate bill No. 30, Duis—City councils given power to rates tO be charged for gat, for lighting and heating purposes. House Bill No. 307—Duncan—Creates state dairy department and provides for appointment of dairy commission or an assistant. K Senate Bill No. 96—Kennedy—Provides for organization of- jUre men's relief associations. House Bill No. 370—Doyle of Foster—Provides* for election of non partisan judiciary. Senate Bill No. 67—Kennedy—Provides for sanitation and inspec tion of bakeries, slaughter houses, dairies, creameries, etc. Senate Bill No. 39—La Moure—Supreme court permanently located at Bismarck. LOCKS 1 V' QfflStrnrtfon it Paiiama Ca nal Enters New Stage WasMrigtOfl, JtHjr H. j^lHtihrary work has begun at Panama on the locks of the isthmaln canal. By the end Of the summer construction in force will commence on these Import ant adjuncts of the great waterway. Today the isthaaain canal commis sion opened proposals for furnishing a great quantity of castings and struc tural material for anchorage purposes and for the mitering of lock gates and for other requisites in the lock con struction. Most of this material will e e e e i n e a s o n y w o k Lively competition characterized the. prac lea ly confessed, bidding, twenty-four corporations and individual firms submitting proposals. The contracts to be awarded call for an expenditure of $700,000. OESTHOI TAFTT, TENNIS liMIS TO MAKE ROOM FOR ADDITION FOR PRESIDENT'S CLERICAL "FORCE—RENOVATION AT M/.NSION. Washington, July 1.—The destruc tion of the far-famed White House tennis court, where played the so called "Roosevelt tennis cabinet" was begun today to make room for addi tional working quarters for the ex ecutive clerical staff. This is the be ginning of the renovation of the White House and further improve ments ordained President Taft. Evidences of normal life of executive residence will soon give place to the splash of the whitewash brush, the odor of new paint and the rasp of the carpenters' saw, Mr*. Taft and young people leave Saturday for the summer quarter* at Beverly, Maea. irrV uwr*.ti. ...»un"i. V iAy s li Some of the Important North Dakota Laws That Went Into Effect Today bureau is gigantic and they have al ways been handicapped by lack of room and conveniences. Now they are to have an unusually attractive build ing entirely to themselves and the way will be open to accomplish even greater results than in the past. Senate Bill No. 107—Kennedy: Pure liquor, law, providing for better enforcement of the laws against the manufacture and sale of intoxicating liquors, and also providing for an inspection of all liquors and beverages by Prof. Ladd at the A. C. All wholesale dealers must register a sample of all their wines and liquors with the pure food commissioner. Senate Bill No. 79—Pierce: Unlawful to solicit order* for. future delivery within North Dakota of intoxicating liquors, Senate Bill No. 346—Talcott—Orain grading provides that tfie governor shall appoint two grain experts to sit with Minnesota board of appeals at Minneapolis and Duluth at a salary of $3,000, each, per year. House Bill No. 101—Olson: Prohibits liquor dealers, breweries and wholesale liquor houses from advertising within the 'state. House Bill No. 283—McCrea: Druggists' permits shall be grant Ad by the judge of the district court. House bill No. 208, Bjorndahl—prohibits the printing, publish ing, circulating or distributing of certain medical advertisements or advertising matter. 1 AND DAILY REPUBLICAN^ v rt' -S) :r'» 'flie LOSE* LIFE Young v Warned Man 'itr (J|red ilesort, WifcfekVSrteli.. July lis, alias Murphy, and three women were arrested here this morning for the alleged murder of Jack Gustafson, aged 36, a young married man. The killing took placr early this morning, when Gustafson and three companions were throwing rocks through the windows of a residence occupied by Gillis and tl]£ women. The killing has caused a sensation in all the towns of the copper coun try, as Gustafson was very well known. Gillis, who came here from St. Paul, HEIIE TWO WEEKS KILLED *r*n e- i $ V mn .r Police Commissioner Bingham Removed From Office MAYOR i M'CLELLAN REFUSAL Mayor's Draatlo Ord«4t Mayor McCletfand*ar drastic o ™er of last night demanding of Police Com missioner Bingham the removal of certain of the latter's trusted lieuten ants, created a crisis which the twelve hour limit, fixed by the mayor for compliance with his orders, was be lieved would dissolve. The expiration of that time limit, however, found Deputy Commissioner Hansen and Secretary Siattery, the officials marked by the mayor for re moval, still In office and no indication forthcoming as to what the commis sioner's intentions were, concerning the other peremptory orders issued by the mayor. WOMAN SLASHER IN DRAGNET. Drives Knife Into Women Whom He Meets on Street. Milwaukee, July 1.—The police drapr net has resulted In the arrest of fiv* men who are apparently of the same description as the old man who yes terday In a career of slashing on C.rand avenue, one of the main busi ness streets, cut two women, and at tempted to slash a third. He is be lieved to be a degenerate with a mania for using a knife on women. The knife he uses is apparently small, but exceedingly sharp. He walks along the street, steps close to a woman, jostles her and sticks the knife Into her side. The two who were cut did not real ise they had been cut until they felt the blood running down their bodies, so sharp was the knife used by the man. The fellow operated in a crowd each time and escaped before his vic tim realized what had happened. FOLK TO PKOSfCUTE vfv" IN NEW 7i9¥- GOES SEN8A- jflTew York, July 1.—Vroceedin* In behalf of an inconspicuous and al most friendless youth brought about the removal of Theodore Bingham from the police commlssionership of New York city. Commissioner Bingham's refusal to comply in their entirety with Mayor McClellan's order, following an Investi gation of case of George B. Dulf, a 19-year-old Brooklyn boy. led to the official deposition of General Bingham announced by the mayor this after noon. Victim of Persecution, THe removal was followed quickly by the announcement that Mayor Mc Clellan had appointed Wm. F. Baker, first deputy commissioner, acting commissioner to succeed General Bingham. Duffy's case was taken up recently by Supreme Court Justice Gaynor, who in scathing letters to the mayor asserted that the youth had been made the victim of police persecution, had been frequently arrested with out Just cause and that despite Com missioner Bingham's knowledge of the youth's ignorance the police de partment's head had refused to re move Duffy's picture from the rogues gallery. Orders Picture Removed. Last night Mayor McClellan, who had personally looked into Justice Gaynor's charges, directed Commis sioner Gingham to remove the picture and also to remove Deputy Commis sioner Hansen and Secretary Siattery. With Mayor McClelland and Police Commissioner Bingham at odds and deep uncertainty shrouding the whole situation, it has been many years since the conditions in the New York police circles have been as chaotic as they were when the city awoke to the buslnesg of today. n mmm HEAT Wrks, N. D., July t,—The In tense heat of yesterday afternoon re sulted in one death in East Grand Forks, Minn., Christian Haaf, em ployed on Northern Pacific section work, dropped dead. Coroner Ston choel of Crookston was here this morning and decided no inquest was necessary. The heat victim came from Germany two weeks ago* -41 GfVES FARM TO CHURCH. Jamestown, N. D., July 1.—Peter Schmit, a farmer near Bowden and a Seventh Day Adventist, gavo a quarter section of he finest land in this part of he state to his church for the purpose of conducting for eign missions. The gift was made at the close of a camp meeting of the Advent ists here at which conribuions were called for. Twelve thousand dollars was subscribed. Schmifs land is worth I $4,600. -0 v. a'\- FORTTRFT GOVERNOR OF'MISSOURI ENGAGED TO SEND ST. LOUIS B#FCV¥ER TO Pb.fi FQFT BRIBERY.", X* A St. Louis, Mo., July 1.—Former Gov ernor Jos. W. Folk said today that he had been "tentatively engrjred" by Cir cuit Attorney Jones to prosecute Ellis Wainwright, the millionaire brewer, now In exile in Paris, if Wainwright should return to St. Louie to stand trial on the charge of bribery. CHINAMAN SLAIN, BODY IN WASH TUB NEW MURDER MYSTERY BAFFLES THE NEW YORK POLICE VICTIM STRANGLED WITH ROPE. New York, July 1.—Hie body ot Ung i'ow, a Chinese laundry man who REPUBLICAN ESTABLISHED SEPT. TO WKA1HY OF GOTHAM** POLICE HEAD TO REMOVE HI8 FAVOR ITES, ON MAYOR'S ORDERS BRINGS CRISIS PARI8 FOR EVIDENCE IN THE PANAMA LIBEL CASE. j-#* Vt1* -v J. bV* •.? v RUSSIAN to Blot Out Messina •9 V* J* W' i y '-"V- -f*"* IS# At i Stuart McNamsre. New York, July 1.—Attorney Gen eral Wickersham's assistant, Stuart McNamara, who has been pushing the Panama libel proceedings against the New York World and the Indianapolis News, has resigned for the time be ing at least and within a few days starts for Paris to obtain evidence in the ease. Mr. McNamara Is one of the young hustling attorneys whom the attorney general hag gathered around him. He i possesses a clear analytical mind, backed by experience and training which has brought him to tne fore front in the attorney general's de partment. PLOTTING DEATH OF RULER SWE&E WHO LAST WEE* KILLED MAJOR BECKMAN AND THEN SUICIDED, AN ANARCHIST. Stockholm, July 1.—Further evidence of an anarchist plot to assassinate the emperor of Russia sometime during his approaching European trip was unearthed today. Adolph Wang, the Swede who last week shot and killed Major General Beckman, chief of the coast artillery and then committed sui cide, belonged to a group of anarchists who have been plotting the, death of the Russian ruler. illlPUS FOR MINNESOTA INVESTIGATION OF PLAN TO CONNECT TWIN CITIES AND DULUTH WILL END SEPT, 1. Washington, July 1.—As the result of a conference held at the war de partment today in which J. T. Arm son, chairman of the Minnesota state tax commission, and Representative Clarence Miller, Duluth, participated, &£ajor Fitch of U, S. Engineer corps will be given until Sept. 1 to complete hi* investigating of the proposed can al route between the twin cities and Duluth. Arrangements were also made have an oral hearing at the war de partment before final action la taken n the Fitch report. CHICAGO'S MAYOR HAD A bad been strangled with a rope, was I was lured to I.,&porte in January, 1&08, found wedged into a wash tub in his by Miss Bella Gunni-w, was awarded laundry at 124 Stanton street today. $3,145 today by a Jury In the Laporte The laundry wan In great disorder. circuit court in a suit attains! Wesley indicating that a struggle preceded !»ogle, executor of the will of Mrs. Bella the murder. The money drawer had jGunness. this being the amount, with been rifled. The body was identified seventeen months interest, which Mjs by a brother of the r^urdertul man. jounnesg is alleged to have obtained The murdt'i ha* no connection with!from Heigeleln before Sfee murdered the Sigel can* ihim Federal NIGHT BIS FRC0 BUSSE'8 CONDITION TODAY, HOW EVER, IS RZPORTED SLIGHTLY IMPROVED. Chicago, July 1.—Mayor Busse, who underwent an operation for appendi citis Tuesday evening, passed a rest less night at Mercy hospi'al. but his physicians reported a slight improve ment in his condition today. Special care is being taken to prevent him from being disturbed by the noise of passing vehicles. Police have been detailed preserve a zone of quiet around the hospital. ,, «*V 8. D. MAN GETS T&DOO FROM THE GUN NESS jHv ESTATE. LaPorte, Ind., July 1.—Fred M. Plt ner, administrator of the estate of An drew Helpelein, of Aberdeen, S. D., who 7»n KK* •OTED IN FARQo LAST EDITION, ,, THIS ISSUE 10 PAGES 6, PBPIIUCE 'A Messina^ Sicily, Visited TEN SHOCKS fcAHLY TODAY WOMEN Grand Jury )A & 1878. ,r4, •A by An other Quake Disaster AND CHILDREN SUSTAIN S E I O U S W O U N S U N E WRECKAGE, WALLS SHAKEN DOWN AND INHABITANTS INTO OPEN COUNTRY. FLSS Messina, Jiily l.—Shr months after the devastating earthquake of Dec. IS* which laid waste over a score of cities and towns In Qalabri* and Sicily and killed 200,000 people, Messina and Keggio were this morning again vlsff* ed by an earthquake which had th$$ been rebuilt would have laid them a second time in ruins. It would seem that-, nature in determined to blot out Messina, but recently one of the fair est cities in the world. Same Roaring Noises. While minor shx:ks have been ot frequent occurance In Sicily In the last six months, laBt night they became more serious and caused considerable alarm. The most severe quakes came at 7:20 and 7:25 this morning, aerom panied by the same roaring noises that added to the terror of that fateful night. The population again fled U* fear, and cries of terror rent the air* People hurried to open places of the Continued on Page Eight. INDICT THE Returns Ism Ms Today CHARGED WITH CONSPIRACY AMERICAN SUGAR REFINING C& SIX DIRECTORS AND TWO OTH* ER8 MUST ANSWER FOR AL LEGED VIOLATION OF 8HERMA* ANT1-TRU8T LAW. New York, July 1.—The American Refining Co., six of its directors &n£ two other Individuals were indicted by the federal grand Jury today on the charge of conspiracy in the restrains of trade. f, The indictments otuurge ootnspira^ in restraint of trade and a violat.j^ of the Sherman anti-trust law. ihe defendants will answer to the l*uli«4|» ments in court next Tuesday. HOLD8 WIFE IN FRIGID BATH* losman's Intentions Good, But Worlt* house Sentence is ResulL New York, July 1.—Hearing shout* high up in a tenement at Monroe and Jeerson stteet, Patrolman Dawson in vestigated. The yells led him to the top floor, where he fouud the yelier to be Mrs. Michael Sullivan. She was in a bath tub in which cakes of ice floated. Her husband held her so she could not set out. "1 love my wife, but I don't want the heat to get- her," Sullivan ex plained later to Magistrate gtelnert,ltt Essex market. "I'm an ice man and I read about cool baths helping out this kind of weather so I chucked some left over chunks into the tub. Then I chucked the old lady in, too. Was 1 not rightf* "Yes, you were not right," aaid the magistrate. "Five days in toe work* house." Sullivan's wife begged the magis trate to reduce the sentence to one day. He did. Despite his name, Sul livan is a Russian from the Kishinf|t: region. He was not quite sober. Ai.'IV -M Mi'IAIN• •ft DIES FROM SHOT- CAPT. RAYMOND, STATIONED AT DES MOINES, WHO WAS SHOT BY CORPORAL FOLLOWING REPRIMAND, DIES. Des Moines, la., July 1.—Capt. John C. Raymond, Second cavalry, U. S. A, died at the Mercy hospital today after lingering between life and death since he was shot by Corp. Lisle Crahtree at the army post here three weeks ago. The shooting followed a reprimand given Crabtiee for slaying in the city longer than the time allowed. Ciubtree is in the guard-house 4tfc. i Fort Le» Motnee.