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i-- :^#$W5 r- ^*3t .'* -ivVlVf .: TWENTY-NIN*H VfcArl. GIPSY CAMP FORCIBLY SEARCH- V.. ED BUT NO CLUE FOUND BY I ^x•'?¥&$&?' POS8E. S S E I S FIRED UPON W TH E SHERIFF BUT MADE 8UC6ESS FUL ESCAPE. 'Business is Suspended While Mer chants and Clerks Aid In Search of Country for Fifty MHes Around the •.. 3City-^p«elarT^^ ^:|jto4.irvlc0. ^^^^••^:,.., ,::" BUrLLETIN 'fV'''' Vera Flumm«rfelt, the lost chl Id, has been found. .She was discovered in a- field three mllea from tier home at 3:30 Thursday afternoon. The parents are. overjoyed at the recovery of their child as they had feared that she had met a fate that was worse than death. ''-?v,** .'.r.-.xriii.xtHii.Ji.'Bi 'W«igrimMwW^rt •*^JP Lake. L-^W child «trK^|f ^41 «»'. who 1 fceltevedl S^f*!? Jftdnap*!i, .^SftaulidMV iof -™. av.AvajMaiav^s\a •AaaasaclvO*aH|j|vUf Bttaation In tS© kstbry *mt$&>'+hM4 motSMr.-fito^to timber at the "jhiutau-: wasgrou^jJB laaW«venln»VW)Olit I o'clock, rectioTj soln to nortiaeaaterty dr- ...w. .-,„ ft^ii **»*y rom^the lake. Tne 22^*r. beeame ft»nti5,^kea, sne eooW V^to4/aer«^gr ^erran^ 'a 1 i^ 'uMT^rtr orbvej fifty en-i(n \tt*W&t in tile vlMn ^Slip* lort^ej^ f|S? «M»li'-^*at trace kto cahld •$P toiflflljar ajkl there are ilplwoagtancea |*sl which would seem to pwvft that the m§: cMld vaa kidnaped-. ••.• .•)' -..-"^ ^. W if a ^Firem**^' Jbln^Bearchi^ •%':T|h:"iiiMniiiJ gli,jfc||l|| -lie- tthttte city oi Devils Lake tW*d up business to, jott i$'M. '#%j&&&Jr: TheV1»ur.dreds of' flrev ?®niwh^ jaxh lieise/to attend the atate pi nren^n^ ^riMment,^gave tip tfel* W O a a a »nd^^:Bpec^' '•$*$ JMVO searchers aboard 1 W*i ISM** *»k«/thii( morning for jljhe iSs & 44moat everv business bbuSe 1 lake is closed while She 1 1 the^ search tod the '•Wi•:^^*it9?$L fa c^'flfjty mlftes Is •i'V^-SV'-- 'V- SIGNAL CORPS MEN «, TO MAKE FLIGHT. .'•'•'• Washington, D. June 17— Balloon ascensions and other aer onautical -work will. be demon strated by officers and men of the signal corps of the army at the •.military tournament to be held at '•Toledo, O., beginning July 6. •, Orders were issued today by 4 tie -war department to Lleuts. Raymond S. Bamberger, John G. Winter and Oliver A. Dickinson, who are now at Fort Omaha and Port Leavenworth carrying on $ aeronautical work, to report to tie commanding officer of the United States aroops for .the tournament. .• •..,..• ..-•,-••• •".• GREATOVATION GREAT INVENTO'rtfi WERE E I t*e B-yearldla '^k^-^^^i^ig^ Joni^Flunanerlelt ri eve^n»SY LEAST. IN A N N E CROWD THE .-.••.•-.-.ji tftAYTOlii ^OAJLY DECORATED a ,.«. i*2i -., W HONOR TO RETURNED V^M :W A^IATQR8.. Reunion- FMAUy Reunio Held-at t«s Wright Heme Following the Home Coming Celebration—Reeponae by/ Wri9hts Was Simply "We Thank You Qen- "*DSiS?t)tt 0., June 11.^-In the city which a few years ago they be- tft obgcurity, tkelr. metfts with fly ling machines, Orville yit and Wjjlbur Wright, aviators, today received the homage of tljelrvto^fns- few»*ted b}? brass bands, led be ^eath trium^haent arehesi through %trie%a generated with models of ,h'err ^ejrebplanes,r sAiu p!%t)sed in pub %c ^e%ches, the WrTght brothers red the least Conscious that a%ything was going on. When that Sftrt of the program was reached' which read, "responses by the Wrights," Wilbur and Orville each arose and said, "Thank you, gentler men." In the first of the two days celebration in their honor this Is what "the "Wright brothers, did:' 9 a. m.—Left their work in the aerojlpjoe Bhop and in their shirt sleeve a went but into the street'to BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 18, 1909. PHARMACY BOARD PASSES NINE ONLY Fargo, N. D., June i7.—The state pharmacy board, which had been in session for two days giving pharm acy examinations to a class of forty applicants, finished examining the papers late last evening, but' of the class pnly nine were found to have passed the examination for full reg istered pharmacists, while nine oth ers passed as- pharmacist*' assist ants. .":" ••.'..••.- ,-^§w Yerk Jaag 17.—"I have just killed my wifej. God help me," waatinued the cry ulteifea hy WE. Westervtit, a prosperoas mason ahd buildfej.•*! Tea neck, neaJr wackehsack.i N vJ., as he rushed ia.lo the home of. a neighbor todaey, 6* the verge fa collapse. The man led a party of nearby resi dents to his home where MrB. WeBt ervelt was found lying dead at the toot ..of the bed in her room with a gunshot wound in her neck. Westervelt, who was arrested, de clared he was showing his wife how to hanedle a double-barreled shot gun with which the shooting was done, when teh weapon was acci dentally discharged and the contents of both barrels atruclc Mrs. Wester velt full in the neckj killing her in-by stantly. Westervelt is 40 years old and his wife was two years his junior. They had no children and had to all ap pearances lived a quiet, contented life together, tyesteryeit's house is comparatively isolated.. He says he had the gun for use against tbe bur- .: ^CBy Associated Press.) Chicago, June 17—Chlorpfr ministered' etxernally—•cr vrm—ad death of Mrs. Nora Jan" i«sed the wife of DrT Haldane Cleminson, this city, May 31, Cleminaon of oclal report made ^jwordlng to an man tonight by ^^0°^°^* •••'•. .# DEPALMA IS CHAMPION AUTOMOBILE DRIVER OF TH E WORLD—BROKE RECORD OF OLDFIELD AT READVILLE YESTERDAY. Readeville, Mass., June 17.—Averaging 56 3-5 seconds for each of twenty-five circuits of the one mile Readville track today, Ralph. De Palma, driving a 60-hbrse power Fiat car, set.up a new world's record for twenty-five miles, the finish flag being dropped 23 min utes and 35 seconds after it had been waved for the start. De Palma's new record displaces the mark of 23 minutes, 38 3-5 seconds made by Barney Oldfield at Fresno, Cal., Dec. 13 1904. In a previous attempt to break the world's record De Palma negotiat ed the circuit in 54 seconds on the second trial, equalling the Read ville track record, but three seconds befoind the world's mark. The events were part of the Bunker Hill day race meeting of the Jp.ay State Auto association, and eight races were run off. $ „«,.., -.«ri..j'*!. j[,, ,v.-. .•*''•'•-"* N. I OW N I S Hofl SWEPT BY HRE Langford, N. D., June 17.—H. 'G. Gage's elevator at Hurd, nine miles east of this place, burned yesterday with all its contents. An explosion of dust caused the fire. Gage, the own er, was'-badly burned. The First State bank was partially destroyed,, and the railway station narrowly escaped. Cosgrove's store was only saved by the hardest kind of work: Toledo, 0., June 17.—That the con investigation of the alleged Black Hand society in Ohio shows the situation to be more serious than at first thojight, te the declaration made by Pos»l lnspectDr_-E. F. Hutches, who arrived here yesterday with In spector R. M. Hosford. In compliance with this view, United States District Attorney Day had the bonds of Salvador Ilmt in creased to $5,000, and the bond of Sebastin Lima, his cousin and broth er-in-law, arrested Monday night at Marion, fixed at the same figure. They, with Joseph Batagalia and Sal vatore Kizzo, were arraigned before United States Commissioner Gains on a charge of conspiracy to defra'' use of the United States They pleaded not guilty and r^ _«. liminary hearing was set -T^SJsf" :, "The evidence turnin- 1 (Continued on e'fehtv) and fir. B. Lecount, after a chemical analysis of the woman's body. pr. Cleminson was arrested after nis wife's death. He declared that she must have poisoned herself accident ally and no disposition of his cas€ has been made. The coroner's in quest will be re-opened tomorrow. $ S *J» $ 3 TAFT ELECTED BY A CONN.GOLF CLUB. Norwich, Conn., June 17.— President William H. Taft, who is to be the guest of Norwich, July 5 and 6, on the occasion of *.-the celebration of the 250th an- Tjiversary of the founding of the city, has been elected a member of the Norwich Golf club. A let ter apprising him of the election has been forwarded to Washing ton. Taft will be the personal guest of Winslow T. Williams of the Golf club,, and it is hoped that the president will be able to play a game over while visiting here. Dustin 4 Lime'^lght ing. the links DEFENSE MUST PROVE MRS. G. WAS MORE EVIDENCE OFFERED TO SHOW MRS. GOUL IMBIBED TOO FREELY ,..: COMPLAINANTS NERVOUS WOMAN SUEING FOR SEPARATION FORM HUS'^AND INDICATES BREAKDOWN. Brought Into the for Brief Period at Hear- Held Yesterday—Claims Dr. jeykell and Mr. Hyde Character for Mrs. Gould. (By Associated Press.) New York. J« 1 7 Btot Ught 5i the cross-examiner continued teb oscillate today in the trial of Mrs. Mould's suit for separation from the estate at Castle Gould, to the St. Regis hotel to the farm at Blue Ga£ Va.. to the Niaragajf, the Gould yafehl and back to New Y» again, cent for those moments when It lin gered on Dustin FarftuB, ft hever got very far from the butteTs keys to the wine cellar. There was a visible attitude on the part of the defense, which in this triale of many surprises has been curiously shifted over to what is vir tually the prosecution to prove that (Continued on page 8.) -I— MURDER IN FIRST DEGREE IS CHARGE Fargo. N. D., June 17.-The death of Ed. Bell, colored, occurred at St. John's hospital this morning at 3:15, less than forty-eight hours after he was shot by Clark. Practically all hope tor the recovery Of the wounded mah had been given up. his case ap pearing hopeless from the start. Bell's death make8 the charge on which Clark is wanted, first degree murder Despite the fact that every said S a poke officer in North B* teined kola and northern Minnesota has been notified, no trace of the much wanted man has been obtained. No stone jvill left unturned to apprehend him. account of the fact that he is marked conspicuously, it is believed that It will be impossible for him to I evade the officers long. be On t^^^^ iBy^a*o^«^ T*¥.',' ^-^ishingtbh, June ,iT.—At a caucus of-democratic sonatoW^cdaey it was decided that Che minority shall stand a a vor of U»e ehactinent an i**aatte tax lae a 5 FREE LIST STARTED SENATORTILLMAN CALLSNRWSPAPK BROWN OF NEBRA8KA INVADED ENEMIES CAMP TO MAKE HIS SPEECH. ALDRICH AND HALE ARE IN LT TARIFF ON ILLUSTRATED POSTAL CARDS WAS RAISED 325 ,\*--'t pen CENTO United States with cheaper labor and cheaper materials, resulting in a cheaper product than can be obtained in the Domain of Canada. Clang (Continued on page eight) 2 BLttKHAND SUSPECTSARE UNDERARREST safes PRICE FIVE CENT* H&y ..»i''1 Committee Schedules Relating to the Littiographic Paper, Calendars, Ci gar Bands and Kindred Other Pro ducts Adopted—Early Adjournment Is Taken. ,. -,* •.»•- .'..» (By Associated Press.) Washington, June 17.—The "battle to plaec wood pulp and print paper upon the free list was opened up in the senate today under the leaier ship of Senator Brown of "Nebraska. Going over to the portion c€ the chamber in which Aldricn, Hale, Frye, Lodge, Uallinger, Smoctand other leaders have th etisrelHRDli other leaders have therr seats, th« Nebraskan stood Tn the midst of op posing force and with good nature bandied thrusts that caem to him from all quarters as he delivered a telling speech in behalf of the cause he had expoused. Showing familiar ity with all available information on the wood pulp and paper sche dule, Mr. Brown frequently quoted from various authorities to sustain his contention that wood puis and print paper are both produced the is .••••.•::-l^H^S0pmm m$mB, *iivV a spec inspec- Cincinnati, O., June 17.—to taeular raid made by police tors and city detectives, on full of Italians tonight and taken a patrol wag- was rounded up before Federal Commissioner Loveland. The party arrested comprised an even dozen men, and two of that num ber, Vicenzo Arrigo, fruit dealer, and Frank Spadero, saloon keeper, were, held on warrants charging them with conspiracy in alleged attempts to from John Amicon «*fo O., by black hand meth- tort money Columbus, The remaining ten were allowed of tfrena are to be Oat, 0 S caucusW was we- «*ben4»A*_The» were apeachel by W 5S.\•, ."'* iMitB to go, though some kent under surveilance. Inspector Oldfield, who led the raid. tonight that proof had bee* ob- Spadero, up to three weeks ago was the local president of the society of Banana. Large amounts of literature was seized, which the inspector has, Of importance bearing on tfte oases,** the black hand suspects recently ar rested at Marion, Columbus and otner Ohio points. •..••. which the opinion *a eatpresaeA. tfcat ate admaistrirtloa :HSjJ^¥. placing a tax on net e*mi«IP»..bit^a^-, porattons and thfe aibre is to prevent the income^ tax aiaend«jfB| fl^^reaiaair-kialre^ these senators did not detioance^W^, pl*n of President Taft *w the taxiag ^^poratioas htany dealbciata |JK Iteve in that fBan a tKwed to the Bidetrackia* tha h»- P.'