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SATURDAY, JUNE^29, 1912.
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The benefit of our experience, and helpful suggestions are yours for the asking. Bring us your plans. Gramb & Peet Co Heating, Plumbing and Ventilating Contractors and Engineers. Branch House, Phone 561 Qlendive, Mont. Bismarck, N. D. TRIBUN E WAN AD S BRIN RESULTS Is"a feature of the engi neering department of this firm. Have your work done by men who know, it's cheaper and better al ways. It is not the first cost of plumbing that counts. That you get perfect fixtures accurately fitted with correct installa tion to the best advantage for your needs—plumbing done right in the first place Stays Right. There is no after cost poor ser vice, or regret for your Home, School, Church Business Block Put It Up To Men Who Know. Year. 1&95 1896 1897 1893 1899 1900 1901 1902 1903 1904 1905 190« 1907 1908 1909 1910 1911 Special to The Tribune. CINCINNATI, O., June 29.—A not able weddng party assembled in Cin cinnati today for the marriage of Miss Harriet Anderson of this city and Mr. Hugo de Fritsch of New York. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Charles Anderson and a niece of the President and Mrs. Taft. Mr. de Fritsch, the bridegroom, is a son of the Lake Chev alier Hugo de Fritsch, who was the Austrian consul in New York for many years and prominent in club and social circles in the metropolis. TAFT TO ATTEND THE SANGEFEST Special to The Tribune. PHILADELPHIA, Pa., June 29 Every arriving train today brought its quota of delegates and visitors to the twenty-thiiW national saengerfest of the Northeastern Saengerbund, which opens in Philadelphia tonight and will continue through the coming week. The presence fPresident Taft next Monday is expected to attract hund reds of additional visitors to the festi-1 val. The new convention hall, where the concerts are to be held, is hand-, somely decorated. German singing societies from all of the principal cit- ies of the East will compete for theM numerous prizes offered. The object of keenest competition will be thefrom handsome trophy offered by Emperor William. In addition to the mam moth chorus and large orchestra the participants in the series of concerts will include Marie Rappold, Louise Homer, Ludwig Hess and several other eminent soloists. CAMPAIGN COMMENCES. AGUA PRIETS SONORA, Mex.— The federal campaign on the Juarez began today with the departure from here today of 500 men under Blanco to join the main column on the border between Senora and Chihuaha. Notice! Our store open every evening until the Fourth. S. E. BERGESON A SON. CORNELL THE FAVORITE IN THE REGETTA RACE& & PAST RESULTS OF THE INTERCOLLEGIATE REGATTA. First. Columbia Cornell Cornell Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Cornell Cornell Cornell Syracuse Cornell Cornell Cornell Syracuse Cornell Cornell Cornell In the big event of th'i day—the race of the varsity eights—six crews will participate. They are Cornell, Pennsylvania, Syracuse, Columbia, Wisconsin, and a newcomer oh thecrews Hudson, Leland Stanfard of California. With weeks of grueling practice at an end, the six crews are awaiting the start of the big rajje in confidence. Although open pool selling is not permitted, there is keen interest among the backers of the various crews and many individual wagers are being placed. Corne'l rules the fav orite in the betting, although many backers are to be found for several of the other crews. Wisconsin's crew this year is be-the lieved to be the begt that has ever been sent to Poughkeepsie from Madi son, and followers of the eight expect to see it figure prominently in the race. In view of the strong showing made by Columbia last year and the STATE PARK HAS BEEN DEDICATED Special to The Tribune. REDWOOD FALLS, Minn., June 29. —The Alexander Ramsey State park was formally dedicated and opened here today with interesting exercises. E. T. Young, former attorney general, delivered the oration of the daydays Samuel G. Iverson dedicated the park to the people of Minnesota, for whom response was made by Governor A. O. Eberhart. NIECE OF PRESIDENT TAFT IS A BRIDE Special to The Tribune. Second. Cornell Harvard Columbia Cornell Wisconsin Wisconsin Columbia Wisconsin Georgetown Cornell Syracuse Pennsylvania Columbia Columbia Columbia Pennsylvania Columbia •j» »j «j» «ji $ »j» j» Q» +g» •••. «j» POUOHJKEEPSIE, N. Y., June 29.— With the expectation of witnessing the greatest aquatic event of the year, thousands of enthusiastic followers of the sport came pouring into Pough keepsie today to attend the sevententh annual regatta of the Intercollegiate Rowing Association, which is to befour-mile held tomorrow on the Hudson River course. The day program will con sist of three contests, the varsity four oared race, at two miles the fresh man eight-oared race, at two miles, and the varsity eight-oared race, at four miles. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE. Third. Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Wisconsin Cornell Cornell Wisconsin Columbia Wisconsin Pennsylvania Georgetown Syracuse Annapolis Cornell Syracuse Columbia Pennsylvania .• good work of the men this year, there is a feeling that the crew from Morn ingside Heights has an unusually strong chance of winning. Syracuse again has an ambitious collection of oarsmen, but a win for either Syracuse or Pennsylvania in the big race would prove a surprise to the critics. Stan ford has never before taken part in a contest and is not expected to figure prominently in tomorrow's race. Charles A. Crartnaj, the veter? coach of Cornell, says his men are trained to the top notch of condition. He makes no prediction about the re sult, but his optimism has served to strengthen the general expectation that the Ithacans will be in front at the finish. It has become a ha,)it of the Cornell to sweep the river at the inter collegiate regattas. During the past twelve years Cornell has won the var sity eight-oared nine tim«s. The Itha cans also hold the record for the course, the crew of 1901 establishing a mark of 18 minutes 53 1-3 seconds. Pennsylvania won in 1900. but has not won since. In 1904 Syracuse won the race and also won in 1908. "In the other years since IjHIO Coach Court eey's crews have led the other shells home. Last year Columbia was in lead until nthe aoinrdluinrdluud the lead until near the finish, when one of her oarsmen collapsed and Cor nell shot ahead, winning by a slight margin in one of the closest and most exciting struggles ever wagea between college oarsmen. ZIONISTS TO MEET IN CLEVELAND Special to The Tribune. CLEVELAND, 0., June 29.—Zion ists from all parts of the country will meet here tomorrow, when the annual convention of the Federation of Amer ican Zionists will assemble for a three session. The convention is ex-for pected to be one of the most import ant ever held by the federation. There are indications also that the gathering will be larger than usual, many delegates coming from Oregon, California, Texas and other distant parts of the country. KNE W nEHIEB OF LONG AGO Special to The Trlbun*. LONDON, June 29.—Few men of to day possess a greater fund of inter esting personal recollections of Eng lish public life than Sir Francis S. Powell, who today celebrated his eighty-fifth birthday. Sir Francis en tered parliament in 1863, when Pal merston was premier and enjoyed a more or less intimate acquaintance with the Earl of Derby, Lord John Russell, William E. Gladstone, Lord Beaconsfield and their successors in the premiership. Acting on his belief that the man who stays too long in public life makes a mistake, Sir Francis voluntarily retired from Par liament several years ago. He de clares thai both Palmerston and Glad stone would have left greater reputa tions behind them had they not stay ed too long in Parliament. TACONA'S DIG SUMMER FESTIVAL SpcdaI Tribunc A 0 MA, Wash., June 29.—The a a a Festo, Tacoma's mid-sum- mer carnival, is at hand and visitors are pouring into the city by"hundreds the Northwestern States and Canada, with a liberal sprinkling of tourists from the East. The festival programme will be ushered in tomor row afternoon with a sacred concert in the great Stadium, participated in by more than 500 voices. King Ta homah, his Queen and court will make their triumphal entry into the city Monday. For the remainder of theranch. week the programme calls for a series of elaborate outdoor spectacles in the Stadium, industrial parades and histor ical pageants, trap-shooting contests and athletic and acquatic competi tions, concluding on the last two days of the week with the first automobile road races ever held in the Pacific Northwest. Keep up the "Sane" It's a good stunt. fourth idea. 'udor MUCH SHADES SUFFRAGETTES SMASH TRAIN. English Militants Ruin Property To Attract Attention to Cause. LONDON, June 39.—The militant tactics of the suffragettes has assum ed a new form. On the arrival of a train from Tunbridge Wells at Vic toria station in London tonight, it was discovered that many windows had been smashed, carriage fittings and cushions cut and destroyed and the walls plastered with written demands votes for "'omen and the abolition of forcible feeding. The culprits were not discovered. Another batch of suf fragettes, who had been on hunger strike, were liberated from prison to day. WAITERS DECLARE STRIKE OFF. Employes Announce They Are Now Prepared to Return to Work. NEW YORK, June 29.—The waiters and hotel employes last night de clared their long drawn out strike off and are prepared, they announced, to return to work. They held a meeting at which a representative of the In ternational Hotel Workers' union president and listened to a report sub mitted by the delegation of 80 of their number which had been appointed to make a canvass of the leading hotels affected by the strike. This report was that the conditions were favorable for the men resuming work. The vote to end the strike was almost unanimous on, the part of, 2.SA0 employes present. waiters made their decision realizing that in applying for their jobs again they were doinv, -so without any concession to their strike demands having been made by hotel proprietors. DESPERATE GANG BROKEN UP. Charged with Murder, Cattle Stealing and Robing Bank. MAMMOTH SPRINGS, Ark., June 29.—A campaign of murder, cattle "rustling" and bank robbeTy has been brought to an end hf the arrest here of Loftus and Charles Da-vis. rothers, and Howard Sears. They are charg ed with attempting to rob the Mam moth Springs hank here a few days ago, when officers concealed inside the bank killed one of the robbers and arrested the others. Dr. K. R. Jones, who was arreited some days ago, but denied that he was a mem ber of the robber gang, charges that the Davis boys and Sears planned to steal cattle from the ranch of Sear's mother: thta the Davis brothers went to the ranch house asled for supper, and strangled the woman and threw her body into a cistern, where it was found May 18. On their way back to the Davis Jones said, the men met a stranger, whom they miiTflered and robbed, throwing his body into Spring River. Jones also accused them of murdering his son, Ben Jones, and Will Dabbs, who mysteriously disap peared several weeks ago. The three prisoners admit their par ticipation in the attempt to rob the Mammoth Springs bank, but deny the other charges. They, in turn, charge Jones with complicity in the at tempted hank robbery. 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