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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 April 1917

,'+^rX't A I I, It I IV If •i* AF-jwxz ^, The weather THIRTY-SEVENTH TEAS, NO.<p></p>FRENCH Line of March So Arranged That Condition of Streets Will Not Interfere EXERCISES PROBABLY WILL BE IN THE OPEN Believed That Day Will Be Warm Enougft-Dr. W. K. Weav­ er Principal Orator All doubts as to the big Lexington •Day parade coming off tomorrow, ac­ cording io sched­ ule, were set at rest this afternoon when Grand Mar­ shal W. S. Cassel man announced that every prepara­ tion has been made, the line of march adopted, the formation of the procession decided, arrangements made for placing in condition the one or two blocks of down town streets outside the paved district which will be traversed, and the minutest detail satisfactorily at­ tended to. Even were it not practically certain that with a few hours' sun tomor­ row the last vestige of mud will have disappeared from the streets, Bis­ marck citizens are sufficiently patri­ otic not to mind being mussed up a little in displ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 April 1917

TWO 1- Hfmm ki •4«M TO FIFTEEN YEARS III PENITENTIARY Austrian Stoically Accepts Sen­ tence—Asks to Attiend Serv­ ice Before Uommitted. (Special to Tribune.) Dickinson, X. April 17.—.John Ewasiuk, aged 58, an Austrian, stoic­ ally accepted a sentence of l.'i years imposed this week. He was arrested some time ago, pleaded guilty and was sentenced for a criminal offense on tlie 10-year-old daughter of his employer. Upon being sentenced. Etfasiuk merely asked that lie be al­ lowed to attend services in his church before making the trip to the penitentiary. OF WHEAT CROP IS SEEDED: .Fajrgo Reports That-Most of the Spring' Wtydatj Slowing jin Valley Is (Completed. I (Tribune Special Service) Pargo X. D., April lS.—i.Many fann­ ers, in this section of the Red Kiver valley welcomed yesterday's rain as they had completed seeding their 19V7 spring wheat crop. While there are still a large number who have not put all tiie wheat in the ground that thoy expect to this season, wheat seeding is w...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 April 1917

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1917. IS Killamey Rose, Carnations and Tulips,. Single Daffodils, The progress of seeding" and the de­ velopment of spring grains is satis­ factory corn planting is pros .-essing slowly and growth of grass on the meadows, pastures and ranao-s is starting slowly according to lie summary for the corn and wheat reg­ ion states issued by the government office here yesterday. Precipitation was general in the winter wheat belt, but rain fell in Kentucky and the sontne 'portions of Indiana, Illinois and Missouri. There were moderatoly heavy lains over the greater portions of Oklaho­ ma, south central Kansas, northwest era Iowa, northeastern Nebraska, the Red river valley, extreme pastern Montana and also at a couple points in the eastern portion of the area. Start Tomorrow anji'SfeSp It Up Every Morning Get In the habit of drinking a glass of hot water before breakfast. I I We're not here long, so let's make iur stay agreeable. Let us live well, eat well, digest well, ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 April 1917

Ifl 'M In lu II? M'-t !:!l IS :.?{ :f &V if \ti illr' ..... if .&•'•'• 5J' Yi Pp f & i-. •&' •V?V F0U1 f! ii I $'• I I I I I I THE TRIBUNE ••tired at the Faatofflc* Bismarck* N. D., Iwooi CtoM Matter. ISSUED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY VUBSCSIPTION RATES PAYABLS IN ADVANCB Daily. by mall or carrier, per month 9 60 Pally, by mall, one year In North Dakota Dally, by mall outside ot North Dakota, one year Dally, by mall outside ot a For 24 hours ending at noon, April 18: Temperature at 7:-00 a. X! Temperature at noon 4'» Highest yesterday 37 Lowest yesterday 2# Lowest last night 34 Precipitation Uli Highest wind velocity 42—B Forecast. For North Dakota: (Partly cloudy tonight Thursday fair no decided change in temperature. Lowest Temperatures Fargo 41 Williston 34 Grand Forks MS Pierre UK St. Paul r.« Winnipeg 34 Helena 20 •Chicago 20 Chicago 58 Swift Current, .32, Kansas City ...... 64 San Francisco 46 ,, ORffUS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. •8 Man is neither the vile nor the...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 April 1917

rr: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1917. Mothers' Club Working For Baby Week Observance At si meeting of the Mothers club Tuesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. R. M1. Bergeson in Eighth street, plans for Baby week were discussed and the support of the club has been given unanimously to the movement. 'Mrs. Frank Harris, a member of the club and also general chairman of the Baby week committee, is one of the enthusiastic supporters and is working hard with the various com­ mittees for its success. IMts. 1). T. Owens gave a most in­ teresting review of Hawaiian music. This was cleverly illustrated by iMiss Pay Connor, who gave in native cos­ tume a program of songs with ukele le accompaniment. Mrs. A. £. Galti sha and daughter, Miss Esther, con­ tributed a piano duet. Mrs. Harris reviewed the current events and the roll call was responded to by telling of the first money earned. Sojourning in Bermuda, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Falconer Mc Lean of Montreal, Canada, a frrido and groom of March, wno are ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 April 1917

'|Tw:v &•. if BIX V, IF CALL COMES ta Schedule Drawn with Full Under­ standing That War Might Be Event, Says Wathen. Louisville, Ky., April 17.—Willing­ ness to close the American associa­ tion baseball park at Louisville when if becomes necessary for the players to join the colors voiced in a state­ ment by O. H. Wathen, president of the c-li: and vice president of the as­ sociation. •ijivery clii'b owner in the associa­ tion," Wathen said, "is caser to sub­ ordinate every personal interest to the good of the country. If President Wilson calls for the services of the players, we will close our parks. We are for the United States first, last and all the time and when the war is over we will then be willing to re­ turn to business." The association schedule was drawn. Mr. Wathen said, with a full understanding that war might be de­ clared. .* -rtrf! NATIONAL liEAHUE. Club Won Loet I'ct. !New York ... 4 0 l.OOO .St. LouiH ... 4 .(567 Cincinnati ... 4 ..',71 Chicago ... .:,oo Phila...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 April 1917

1 jj •'Hi WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 1917. 4 ... F.E. HELP WANTED MALI Vv ANTED—Sccontl cook matt or woman. Roman's 'Cafo. 4-17-21 WANTED—tBoy, to deliver packages. Apply Wonder Store. 4-17-6t WANTED—At once, a blacksmith one that can handle plow work. Will pay good wages for a good man. Call or write Herbert Bailey, Regan, N. I. 4-17fit WANTED—Man stenographer to fill position as assistant to division manager advancement hut must he good stenographer and a cap­ able person t6 learn. the business. Address 128, eat"e Tribune. 4-lOtf WANTED—Messenger boy, at the Western Union. Call at office: 3-27-tf POSITION WANTED WANTED —Position. by classical nurse: Phone-sssK.-'"' "4-is-3t POSITION WANTED—Experienced piano teacher desires a position as tutor during the three summer months., in exchange for board, in sou) ft, w&tcpjL, town or in ranch home?, Wnte., iNV 136, Tribune. ,,.i. 4-18-5t WANTED—Position as operator of F. Young Real Estate Company Holt caterpillar, by expert oper­ ator can k...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 April 1917

•"f-T' I EIQHI) II jfW-' if 1 .'• if is. ... sAi-i r-rr- HOSKINS HAILS HOME FOLK IN SUNNYLAND CAN'UECALL SNOW Bismarck Citizen Writes Meet­ ing Old-Timers—Perpetual Summer Is Enjoyed. R. D. Hoskins, who with Mrs. Hos kins and their little grandson, is rusticating in southern California, writes interestingly of his recent ex­ periences in the land of eternal sum­ mer. His \letter, to a Bismarck friend, follows: Eternal Sumner. "Santa Monica, Cal., April 3, 1917. "It is really difficult to imagine that there Is any place in the country that has such things as snow and ice, when 1 look out of our window and watch the surf break on the beach, notice the large flocks of gulls wheel around in mid-air, see all na­ ture green and notice the folks sun ning themselves on the warm beach sand. But such is the difference be­ tween southern California and the reports I have just finished in the Tribune and other papers from home. '1 am sort of laying off todav from doing the country via the auto ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 19 April 1917

,h. f&W. -it 'fi {The Weather Fair tad Cooler. THIBTY-8EVENTH YEAR, NO. 91 Patriotic Outpouring Marks Cele­ bration of Lexington Battle Anniversary HUNDREDS TAKE PART IN MONSTER PARADE Thrilling Martial Airs Inspire Marchers—Address by Dr. Weaver Thrilling To the hlare\of brass bands, tbe rat-tat-tat of fife and drums and the wild wailing of the pipes, Bismarck's loyal legions turn­ ed out to a man this afternoon and hundreds by hun­ dreds marched through the busi­ ness district, oblivious to lowering Rkies overhead and sticky mud under foot marched with heads lip, chins forward, eyes to the front, to the municipal Auditorium, where they joined in the greatest outpouring of patriotism ever witnesseu in the cap­ ital city of North Dakota. Filled with Marchers. The streets were filled with march­ ers the sidewalks lined with specta­ tors. All business, public and pri­ vate, was suspended. Public and parochial schools closed. The capital, the county building and, the city hall made...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 19 April 1917

Anderson, Walsh and .••XI •$'•: ,fe Suit Started Jamestown, N. •!., April 18.—Fran­ cis Heapes and his wife, Agnes Heapes, have brought suit, against Charles Anderson, plain clothes man: William Walsh, oflicer. and Morton Sydness, night captain--al members of Fargo police force--in the district court for damages, alleging false ar­ rests. iHeapes asks $2."no damages find his wife $(i.rtOU. Both charge that the Fargo officers arrested them on 1.1. FOE LEAVES KEKSAL I. Man Who Terrorized Wanderers Last Fall to Give Up Job On Police Force .. .!,.('Sjee.ia,l Ui Tribune.) "Kensal. N. D.„ April IS.—"One Round" Brady, the Kensal "cop" wlio terrorized the I. W. W.'s that threat­ ened to infest this section of the state last fall, is going to leave Ken­ sal. C'rady today informed his friends that his position on the police force will be open to some other per­ son and that he is going to locate at Carrington. Press dispatches last fall characterized A1 Tlrady, former pugilist, as the "nervie...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 19 April 1917

4 I 4 THUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1917. FICHT TO Dr. W. K. Weaver Sounds Warn­ ing in Address to Lexington Day Audience GERMANY NOT WHIPPED RUSSIA OUT OF SCRAF "We're in this war, and we must win it. We must win it, or we are done. To win it we must have men," •was the warning which Dr. W. K. Weaver, vice president of the iNavy League of the United States, brought to Bismarck this afternoon in his ad­ dress to an audience which filled ev cvry scat and every inch of standing room in the Auditorium. America is in real danger Amer­ ica must awake, or it is doomed, was Dr. Weaver's message. His address in part follows: Facing Greatest crisis. "Tile nation is lacing probably the greatest crisis sho has over faced. It' we win this war, it "will be because every jn#uif |pJ /woman has done his or her duly. Our danger is not only from'the outside—riglit now we are in danger of distressing our own laud. We had bread riots in New York and Chicago last winter. These are like­ ly to il^e intensified in ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 19 April 1917

VOTJX W- ft to *V iff i*|33 THE TRIBUNE Mmd at Um PHtotaMt llntnk, N. D., tieoal CUm Matter. IMBUED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATBS FAYABuTlN ADVANOB rally, by mail or carrier, per month 9 .BO i)aily, by mall, one year In Korth Dakota 4.00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, one year ..... f.00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, three months. 1.S0 Daily, by mail In North Dakota three months 1.25 Weekly, toy mail, per year 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of Clrculatloa ffHB STATE'S OLDEST NBWSPAP1 (ltoUklleM 11711 WEATHER REPORT April For 24 hours ending at noon 19: Temperature at 7:00 a. 34 Temperature at noon 44 (Highest yesterday r»2 Lowest yesterday For North Dakota—Generally tonight and Friday cooler in portion tonight. :'4 Lowest last night precipitation .None Highest wind velocity 20—N Forecast. fair cast Lowest Temperatures u8 28 V^li'flston A.. Grand Forks ... ....... 06 Pierre 3K St. Paul VI Winnipeg 34 Helena 30 Chicago SO Swift Current .. 26 Kansas City ... f...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 19 April 1917

rr, t. 4 rx. $4 I r" i-: THURSDAY, APRIL id 1917. Engagement to Terminate In Early Spring Wedding The engagement of Miss Magdalin Cunningham, daughter of Mrs. Thom­ as Cunningham of Fourth street, and George H. Prenovost of Des Moines, but formerly of this city, was an­ nounced Wednesday afternoon at a charmingly appointed luncheon given 'by her aunt, Mrs. Frank Ryan at her home in Fourth street. The appoint­ ments featured the national clots and, the table held a centerpiece of red and white carnations. Hand paint­ ed cards with the names of Miss Cunningham and her fiance written on the underside was the way the hostess took to convey the in'ores-mg news. Covers were laid for the Misses Helen Lucas, Wallie Dirlam, Helen Holland, Mildred Morrissey, Mae Maassen, Winifred Knudtson, Doro­ thy Blunt, Dorothy Pilmoor, Eva Bond, Gertrude Barth, Catherine Mc Garvey, Beatrice McQuillen, Gerald ine Penwarden, Rose Maassen and the bride-elect. The engagement will terminate in an early spring ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 19 April 1917

nz CfAAD THE CUB 3WUUK REPORTER MY REALIZE MBIT! OF. If YEARS Carl Morris, Original White Hope, Always Wanted Chance at Heavyweight Champ. Carl Morris is to realize his ambi­ tion, born half a dozen years ago, if his managers, Jiick'Cuiiey and Nate Lewis, can possibly arrange it. Moris was the original white hope, and it has always been his ainibition to get a chance at a heavyweight champion. Soon after his debut, however, when he was talked ol' as the man who might be able to beat .lark John­ son, Carl failed to train Cincinnati Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia .., Boston Pittsburgh ..,., Brooklyn properly, be­ came fat and slow and lost to much smaller men. Recentk- the big Oklahoman has taken rigorous training and now weighs about 220 pounds, his best fighting weight. Morris won the right to claim a bout with Jess Millard by winning from Fred Fulton on a foul at New York recently. I'ntil then Fulton had been recognized as the most prom­ ising challenger. Whether AVillard will meet...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 19 April 1917

1 THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1017. If. IF. State wages. Both temperance. Olof Hanson, Comstock, .Minn. 4-19-2t WANTED—'Position by practical nurse. Call before 7 o'clock. Phone 389K. 4-19-11 POSITION WANTED—Experienced piano teacher desires a position as tutor during the three summer months, in exchange for board, in some western town or in. ranch home. Write tX*o. 13G, Tribune. 4-i8-nt WANTEDeposition as operator of Holt caterpillar, by expert oper­ ator can keep up several ma­ chines. W. L. Adams, Jalliulah Park, Ga. 4-18-3t POSITION WANTED—Office man of wide experience desires position. Will make investment. Write No. 134, care Tribune. 4-18-3t PWTimi WXNTE D—Housekeeper orjeook $10 per Week. 4-16-4t W ANTfD—Position as first-class lady stenographer now filling posi­ tion but company is making chang­ es In organization my present em­ ployer is my recommendation, who will call upon you personally If so desired. Address 127, care Tri­ bune. 4-10-tf HARVET HABB1S CO. J. P. JukHli Mf*V FOR ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 19 April 1917

%i tk fi "€l!f'5v 3' „v ipiity&SJitiS, tif-j HOHfV/f •7»^ni z* ows Attractive Program Prepared for Annual Conference to Be Held in Minot GOVERNOR TO DISCUSS "OUR STATE AND WAR" Interesting Patriotic Rally to Be Feature of Convention Other Speakers The program announced today by Superintendent of Public Instruction N. C. Macdonald for the annual con­ ference of the county school super­ intendents to be held at Minot on 31 ay 1 and 2 gives promise of a most interesting session. The program will l)e featured by addresses from Gov­ ernor Prazier, Attorney General Langerj Stata Superintendent Mac­ donald, Hon. R. A. Nestos and others prominent In the public life of the state. The sessions will be held at the state normal school, and the program in full as follows Tuesday, May 1. 10 a.m.—Enrolment 10:,15 a.m.— Address of welcome, (Pres. A. G. Crane: "What the Normal Schools Can Do for the Rural Schools 10:45 a.m.—Response, Supt. C. E. Cavette: "What the 'Rural Schools Expect of the (N...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 20 April 1917

'(J: ll «f m, v„v THHtTYSEVENTH YEAH, NO. 93 mmi Council of Workmen and Soldiers' Deputies Divide Authority in New Regime NEW GOVERNMENT LACKS STRONG RULING BODY Radical Members and Profession­ al Agitators Make Task of Reconstruction Slow Petrograd, April 20.—With conflicts existing between the government and the council of workmen's and sol­ diers' deputies, one cannot speak of a sole strong power in Russia, because a power which is menaced is not a power, but a semblance of power, says the Russkia Vilia, a statement Which is considered a conservative estimate of existing internal condi­ tions. Optimistic assurances' that the dan­ ger from the breach between the two governments is only trivial are ex­ travagant. Statements to the effect that the country is facing complete disaster are equally misleading. Without Authority. As at present constituted the gov­ ernment is without means to enforce any of its mandates except by ap­ peal to the patriotism of its people. Without any stron...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 20 April 1917

V/ %r [If I TWO NEWS OF NORTH DAKOTA CASE IS HELGESEN SEAT Mass Meeting Held at McVille Yesterday—Was Former Sec­ retary to Governor Hanna (Special to Tribune.) tMeVille. N. 1).. April 20.—T1H First district congressional race today saw the entrance of a now candidate. At a mass meptinu: held liere last night. Harry Case, editor of the .Mc­ Ville Journal, was unanimously en­ dorsed. Case lias not as vet an­ nounced his decision. He spent the legislative session of 1-91in l.'is marck as private secretary to Cove.r nor Hanna. LAKES AT DULUTN Steamer Saxonia Smashes Way ., Thru 18 Inch Field to Ele­ vator "D" for Cargo Duluth, Minn., April 20.—The froz­ en expanse of Lake Superior shifted before the howling blast, of last night's northeaster, and great cracks and open spaces s'.iowed on the ice surface in front of Duluth today for the first time this spring. Coincident nvith the coming break­ up the steamer Saronia of the Toni linson line late yesterday smashed its way through eighteen...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 20 April 1917

J# •Vv \y v- FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1917. Columbia Grafonola No matter how much money you are going to spend on your home, some should go for music, to make your home brighter, and no one thing will give so nmcli pleasure, to so many people, for so long a time, at so little cost, as a Colum­ bia Grafonola. •. $15 to $350 ON EASY TERMS, COWAN'S Drug Store 123 Fourth St. 1'htmc 1W Other Parts of Burleigh County Report Half of the Crop Has Been Sown L. 13. Roth, a farmer living near AlcKenzie and a visitor at the office of the county auditor this week, made the statemcifL^at^ there is little seed­ ing to dateujfi "his' section of the county. TherpSvas considerable plow­ ing to be done in tlijt vicinity whicn was not completed last ai«. From other parts of lUirleigh coun­ ty, according lo word reaching offi­ cials of the county treasurer's office, one half of the wheat seeding in the county is completed and that by the end of next week with the present weather continuing all the wheat will b...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 20 April 1917

fuul THE TRIBUNE N. D.,*aa CtaM Matter. IMUID EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY VUnCKlPTlON BATBB PATABLB IN ADVANCE rally, by mall or carrier, p«r month .50 Daily, by mail, one year In North Dakota 4.00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, one year ..... C.OO Daily, by mail outside of North Dakota, three months. 1.B0 Dally, by mail In North Dakota three months 1.25 Weekly, fry mall, per year 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of Clrculatloa THE STATETS OliDBBT NEWSPAPER (Ratakllab** 1171) WEATHER REPORT. For twenty-four hours ending noon April 20: Temperature at 7 a. Temperature at noon Highest yesterday Lowest yesterday Lowest last night Precipitation Highest wind velocity at 33 42 r3 34 30 none 24-N Forecast. For North Dakota: Fair tonight and Saturday: not much, change in temperature. Lowest Temperatures :u 3 2 «Jw :n» 38 24 36 Fargjo ....... Williston .... Grand Folks Pierre St. Paul Winnipeg ... Helena Chicago Swift Current Kansas City San Francisco O 30 14 48 ORRIS W. ROBERTS, •Meteorogolist....

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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