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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 20 April 1917

I FRIDAY, APRIL 20*1917. '."Si SOCIETY Musical Club Arranges Patriotic Program At a meeting of the Thursday Mu­ sical cluib last evening in the home of Mre. E. D. Rose in Thayer street, arrangements were made for a patri­ otic program to mark the close of the year's work. The date was set for June 1, and will take the place of the review of the year's study. The songs chosen for the entertainment were: "Star Spangled Banner," "America," "Hail Columbia," "Dixie," "Tenting Tonight," "John Brown's Body," "Bat tie Hyijin of the Republic" and "Mary­ land, My Maryland." The program committee for the year was appointed and consists of Mrs. W. A. Stickley, Mrs. E. H. L. Vesperman and Mrs. Rose. Woman composers, their life and •works, featured the program last eve­ ning. Interesting papers were read and illustrated toy voice and piano numbers. Mrs. J. P. French chose Jessie Gay nor and gave a most interesting ac­ count of her life and a review of her compositions. 'She illustrated her pa­ pe...

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. — 20 April 1917

WTMhirftTii iwfri i, ram •j &>"'•.$' Jfftut-'': ^'Jwsr- SCOOP New York Boston St. Louis .. Chicago .,., Cincinnati Philadelphia Pittsburgh Brooklyn .. Philadelphia ing. Cincinnati I iNe.v Yuri: REPORTER 5C0OP He SfiN MT Art MWftT FIND HIM AH yoo ^QrtTgTOHY ^ec: BASEBALL SCORES NATIONAL LKAtiVE. Club- W. L. Pet. .« 7 .625 y,v .r.r.i ::u !l67 Games Thursday. Chicago In. Pit t&ln.ir^h !. Philadelphia noon.) I!" o.i I. (After- Bo don New York Brooklyn Hatt cries—Denton Smjih and Miller. (M'.H) St. Louis •]. Brooklyn 0. Games Saturday, Ronton at New York. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Chicago ui Pittsburgh. •Cincinnati .it St. Louis. New York at Brooklyn. Club- It. II. E. 12 1 and Rariden Cincinnati at St. Louis. Club— R. H. E. Cincinnati 1 1:5 (t St. Louis 4 12 Batteries—Toney and Win go Ames and Snyder. Philadelphia at Boston. (Morning Game.) Club— R. H. E. Philadelphia 2 7 3 Dos ton 4 5 .1 Batteries—Osagger and Killifer Barnes and Gowdy. Philadelphia at Boston. (Afternoon Game....

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. — 20 April 1917

jfrf-rir—— V' •y -H *Al, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1917. WANTED—Girl for general house­ work. Phone 737K. 4-16-6t VANTEI»—Waitress. S. S. Clifford. F. E. Young Real Estate Company HELP WANTED HALF WANTfb—Alan dishwasher. Experi­ ence desired, but not essential. Ad­ dress 137 Tribune. 4-20-3t WANTED—Janitor or janitress, to take care of doctor's office. Apply Room 40, City National Bank build­ ing. 4-19-2t WANTED—Second cook man -or woman. Homan's Cafe. 4-17-2t WANTED—iBoy, to deliver packages. Apply Wonder Store. 4-17-fit 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, Ni D. 4-l7(5t WANTED—Miln stenographer to fill position as assistant to division manager advancement but must be good stenographer and a cap­ able person to learn the business. Address 128, care Tribune, 4-10tf WANTED—Messenger hoy, at the Western Union. Call at office. 3-27-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Experienced cashier for up-to-date res...

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. — 20 April 1917

»'r P.<p></p>S" ahKt eioh fl -i ix FOR SELECTIVE Bismarck Committee Asks Sup­ port of McCumber, Gronna and Young for Measure PATRIOTIC PARADE MADE BIG HIT "Big patriotic Lexington Day rally held here today. -Conscription is ra vored. We urge you to support the bill now before congress," read tele­ grams whicli the Bismarck committee on military affairs wired last evening to Senators McCumber and Gronna and Representative George M. Young. Copies of the resolutions adopted yes­ terday will be mailed all members of the North Dakota delegation. Yesterday's Parade. Yesterday's observance of Lexing­ ton day was a success in every re sped. 'Even the weather, at the elev­ enth hour, proved its patriotism by becoming almost ideal for an outdoor gathering. The effect of Dr. Weaver's stirring address was to arouse the people of Bismarck to a realization of the crisis which, confronts America. No one who heqcd the vice president of the United States Navy league, •himself a veteran o...

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. — 21 April 1917

U'l- A •M *K "1 •H •r IT."' •vJl 7yr it-* Weather ''Generally Fair. THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NO. 94 WINK ill LAWS MY IE OUSTED Automobile Registration Statutes of North Dakota Are to Be Strictly Enforced 8E0RETARY OF STATE FINDS MUCH EVASION Reports Number of Oases Where Car-Owners Have Failed to Provide Tags Sheriffs, constables and other police officers whose duty it is to enforce the laws of their state are going to get in very bad with the administra­ tion if they persist in letting off with­ out arrest offenders against the auto­ mobile registration statutes, Secre­ tary of State Hall announced this morning. "The- state highway board, newly organized, intends to see that the au­ tomobile registration laws are en­ forced to the letter," said Mr. Hall. "If the sheriffs and constables decline to arrest friends who persist in oper­ ating cars without license tags, they will be called before the governor to show cause why they should not be removed for misfeasance. "There is no excuse t...

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. — 21 April 1917

f1* Mro Of AT Twenty-Eighth Annual Meeting to Be Held on Tuesday and Wednesday, June 12 and 13 (Tribune Special Service.) CftsSelton, X. !., April 21.—Orders have been issued by Department Com­ mander Henry Beal t'the Grand Ar­ my of the 'Republic for the twenty eighth annual encampment of the de­ partment. of North Dakota, which will be held at Casselton on Tuesday anil Wednesday, June 12 and IX. A meeting of the council of admin iatration is called for 9: lit) o'clock on June 12, for the purpose of auditing the books of the officers. The order issued by Commander Beal calls especial attention to next Memorial day. The order says: "In these stirring times when wars and ruriiors of war assail us on every side. jcecalUnfc-Pft.yjLXidly l|»ose days 111 the early sixties, when you, my comrades, offered your lives to pre­ serve,the honor of that flag which wo lovingly call Old Glory, our thoughts go out to those who shared with us in jn thg struggle, who have now gone to their reward, an...

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. — 21 April 1917

'Mi ^9iiil._. ..., -y."' SATUEDA¥,V APRIL 21, Bottom Lands for Host Part Cov­ ered With Wa.ce?—No Travel For at Least Two Weeks With the receding 'of the waters of the Missouri river to about normal, sandbars have appeared in sight on •both the north and the south sides of the Northern Pacific bridge. The gauge reading this morning was 5.1 feet which is regarded as about nor­ mal for this time of the year. The flood crest of the year was 23.6 feet. Doth the Heart and the Yellowstone rivers have started to rise since the melting of the recent snow. Both streams have narrow channels and a rise is easily perceptible. The bottom lands bf the river west of the Northern Pacific ibridge to 'Mandan are for the most part under water. It will be several weeks be »fore the road will be in a condition for automobile travel. Culverts have been hauled to sev­ eral low spots on this side of the river and work on repairing the river road road has started. OBjtfNMABKCTB "j MINNEAPOLIS. No. 1 Hani 2~...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 April 1917

£1 mi roux Pit 111 N fe-1 4 I 'j ,\'" 1 '"•I Ti $ I 5 I i' I'tS Fm I V" er "*, 1 '*1 54 •s ••Sk. s* THE TRIBUNE fctiwi tt at rwt«w«» Blsmartfc, N. D., leeoni Cla— Ihttir. IMUED EVBRT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY •UMCKIPTION JLATE8 FAYABLI IN ADVANCE Efcily, by mall or carrier, per. month 9 .SO Dally, by mail, one year In North Dakota 4.00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, one year ..... 1.00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, three months. 1.10 Dally, by mall In North Dakota three months 1.25 Weekly, fey mall, per year 1.50 lUmtwr Audit Bureau of Circulation (THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPEE (BstaMlabaS 1«W WEATHER REPORT for 24 hours ending at noon, April 21: Temperature at 7:00 a. 35 Temperature at noon 50 Highest yesterday 4 Lowest yesterday 30 Lowest last night 31} (Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 22—NW Forecast. (For North Dakota: Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday warmer tonight in northwest portion and in east por­ tion Sunday. Temperatures Fargo 34 "Williston 28 Grand For...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 April 1917

/T' a I &. 'i SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1917. Governor and Mrs. Frazier Give Dinner party Friday Governor and Mrs. Lynn J. Frazier entertained Friday evening at the governor's mansion, at dinner, in hon­ or of Mrs. I. M. Wright and Miss Ma­ bel Wright, who leave shortly for Mi not, to make their home. The table was centered with white tulips. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. 'Moore and daughters, iMarjorie and Helen, were also guests. Judge and Mrs. A. A. Bruce will en­ tertain ^t dinner this evening, at their borne in Fifth street, for Mrs. Wright and Miss Wright and Dr. and Mrs. Moore and daughters. Friday afternoon IMrs. E. J. Taylor entertained informally at her home in Sixth street, for Mrs. Wright and Miss Wright. The guests included only a limited number of the honor guests' intimate friends. The after­ noon was spent in various social di­ versions. An interesting wedding date has just been announced, telling of the approaching marriage of Miss Alicc Smith of New Lisbon, Wis., to A. Gus tav ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 April 1917

nx 'I :A it fv/ it"' Er Ofi W UY 10 DATE IT LEAGUE OPENER Duluth and Superior Withdraw From League—Minot and War­ ren Are Given Berths HIBBARD OF FARGO SUCCEEDS BURMEISTER Calls Issued for All Teams to Re­ port for Training on April 25 and 27 Fargo, N. D.. April 21.—'With anew president, new managers, two new iearns and a new circuit which com­ prises only four clubs for the first time in the history of the organiza­ tion. the Northern :easue will for­ mally open its 1017 activities on May 10 with a schedule of 207 games, covering 111 dates and Tunning through September 3, according to an announcement here today by Presi­ dent M. L. Hibbard of this city. Two Teams Withdraw. Months o£ negotiations, following withdrawal from the 1916 organiza­ tion of Duhit'h, Minn., and Superior, Wis., have resulted in the formation of a circuit including clubs repre­ senting Winnipeg, Man., Fargo-Moor head. Minot, iN1. D. and Warren, Minn. Minot receives the franchise relin­ quished by Superior last...

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. — 21 April 1917

I I II II SAtOillAV, AtRtt-21, 1917. F. E. Young Real Estate Company HELP WANTED KALI WANTED—Firemen, brakemen, be­ ginners,: $125. Railway, "care Trib­ une. 4-7-5 sats WANTFD—Man dishwasher. Experi­ ence desired, but not essential. Ad­ dress 137 Tribune. 4-20-3t WANTED—Second cook man or woman. Homan's Cafe. 4-17-21 WANTEO—©oy, to deliver package*. Apply Wonder Store. 4-17*6t WANTED—At once, a blacksmith one* thKt can handle plow work. Will pay good Wages for a good man. Cpll or write Herbert Bailey, Itegan, X. D. 4-17f»t WANTED—Man stenographer to fill position: as assistant to. division manager advancement but must be good stenographer and a cap­ able person to learn the business. Address 128, care Tribune. 4-10tf WANTED—Messenger 'boy, at the Western Union. Call at office, •.v,.. 3-27-tf WANTED—Spefcialty sales people- WAITED—(!iri, Tor general house work. Good wages. Phone 93. 4-16-34 WAN TKD—Waitress. S. S. Clifford. FOR SALE—Eight-room house, with 75 feet front and large ham,...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 April 1917

mm EMS TO 1 ON H. C. L. Skilled Agriculturists and Dom­ estic Science Teachers As­ signed to Duty VEGETABLES THAT KEEP WILL BE GIVEN INSIDE The state board of regents has talc en a determined stand again-st old General High Cost of Living, who is, as announced yesterday, to be assail­ ed through the medium of gardens to be maintained in connection with all educational institutions under the con­ trol of the board. N'ot only has the board agreed to place every foot of idle land in connection with these in­ stitutions at the disposal of faculty and employes, but it has enlisted the co-operation of expert agriculturists associated with the various normal schools, the Agricultural college and the state university, and the garden erB may go to these agronomists for advice and assistance at any time. And then, to make certain that the fruits of the field Bhall be preserved, the regents have procured the co­ operation of the domestic science In­ structors in the various institutions, who w...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 April 1917

-V rThe Weather Unsettled. THIRTY-SEVENTH TEAS, NO.<p></p>BRITISH British Foreign Minister and Party Arrive at Washington for Deliberations SECRETARY OF STATE FIRST TO BE VISITED Important Commission to Formu­ late Comprehensive Scheme of Co-operation Washington, April 23.—British For­ eign Minister 'Balfour and members of the British high commission, here to discuss conduct of the war, began their first official day in Washington, with a round of calls, the first of which was at the stare department. Mr. Balfour, accompanied by the British ambassador. Sir Cecil Spring Rice, drove from the mansion which has been given over to him, to the state department building, and paid a formal call to Secretary Lansing. The British ambassador and Hugh L. Gibson of the state department, who has been detailed as Mr. Bal four's aide, remained with 'Secretary Lansing and the British foreign min­ ister only a short time and then with­ drew, leaving the two high officials together. They a...

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. — 23 April 1917

two IB RALLYON MAY 1 Date of the Battle of Manila Se­ lected as Time by Elks and Commercial Club EEV. CRAIG WILL BE ONE OF THE SPEAKERS Committees on Parade, Band Pub­ licity and Finance Announc­ ed—Big Parade Planned (Special to Tribune.) Dickinson, N. 1)., April f\.-~A com­ mittee appointed by the Commercial club, in conjunction with a commit­ tee appointed by the Elks' locl^e, held a meeting at the Commercial club rooms Friday night and prepared prnfift' for a-Loyalty day celebration on May 1. the anniversary of the Hat tie of Manila, in winch Admiral Dewey destroyed the Spanish fleet in difficulties -with Spain in 181)8. Executive Committee Named. For this occasion an executive com­ mittee was appointed, consisting of the following men: H. J. Hughes, chairman H. J. lilanchard, Wilson Eyer, Valentine Koch and Ludwiff Lenhanlt. This pommittee is to have charge or 'the general management of"the' affair -'and in turn appointed the following sub-committees: Committee on Parade—'Major...

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. — 23 April 1917

-.4' I 4 .i A MONDAY, APRIL 23,1917. CITYFOB 3WYEARS ISg DEAD IN WASHINGTON Remains of Mrs. Walton to Be Brought Here From Spo­ kane for Burial Word lias been received here of the death of Mrs. Diadcma Johnson-Wal­ ton, widow of the late William Wal­ ton of this city, which occurred Sat­ urday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. H. Ferry in 'Spokane, Wash. Her son, Robert L. Walton, of Rosser street, agent for the 'Northern Ex­ press company, was with her at the time of death. Death was due from a stroke of paralysis. Mrs. Walton, who had been a resi­ dent of the capital city for 30 years, had made her home for the last 14 months with Mrs. Ferry. She was in her 70th year, and had ibeen in poor health for some time. Slie was a member of the McCabe Methodist lEpiscopal church. Three children, Mrs. Ferry, Mr. Walton and Mrs. F. E. Titus of this city, survive. Also these grandchil­ dren: Mrs. Mina T. Juell of Rush ford, Minn. *-ioyd lv. Titus, Minne­ apolis and Miss Opal M. Titus of th...

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. — 23 April 1917

itey 1 I If I' I! it I! i*' I '-7. J- fe ff. Li-1 v- ^T7 ,•-*• A. nr i£ 1 1 9 $ THE TRIBUNE at «M FMtoMMk Bismarck, N. D.. as Sooooi OIK Matter. ISSUED EVERT DAT BXCBPT SUNDAY (DBBCmiPTION BATES PATABUI IN ADVANCE f^fclly, bj mall or carrier, par month I .SO Dally, by mail, one year In North Dakota 4.00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, one year ...... .00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, three monthf. 1.S0 Dally, by mall In North Dakota three months 125 Weekly, by mall, per year 1.60 Audit Bureau of Clroulatloa fHE (TATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (EMabllalM* t«T| WEATHER REPORT for 24 hours ending at noon, April 23: Temperature -at 7:00 a. 41 Temperature at noon 57 Highest yesterday 57 Lowest yesterday 36 (Lowest last night 40 Precipitation 04 Highest wind velocity 1-—S Forecast. For North Dakota: Unsettled weather tonight and Tuesday, prob­ ably rain in south portion rain or Bnow in north portion colder Tues­ day in south and west portions. 1 'Lowest Temperatures Fargo Willi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 April 1917

Vrax.' Pi*v -j. I i1 Vl~ 5 4* MOFDAY, APML 23,1017. This is the fifth wedding to take place in the Capital City barracks within the last eight months. Miss Serres and her fiance have been con­ nected with the work of the Army for some time and are among the best known young people of the barracks. Reception For New Rector. Members of St. George's Episcopal church will tender the Rev. George (Buzzelle, the new rector, a reception this evening, at the parish house. Tiie affair will be in charge of St. George's Guild, of w.htch Mrs. p. C. Remington is president, and a,, most entertaining program has been arranged. An in­ vitation has been extended to all the congregation and friends of St. George's. Since coming to the Cap­ ital City, about one month ago, the Rev. Mr. fBuzzelle has made many friends, who will be glad of the op­ portunity to formally welcome him this evening. The hours will be from 8 to 10 o'clock. Anrmal ,Senior Banquet. The juniors of the local high school have announ...

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. — 23 April 1917

.r set \y SCOOP if. reporter oos GOVERNMENT" US ALU to BE.G-ARDENER5 AW Do our bit TOWARD INCREASING— "th" supply of war. FO0O STUFFS1 ""SO Games Sunday. .Chicago 1 Cincinnati 7. Pittsburgh 1 St. Louis 1. Xo other games scheduled. Games Tuesday. IJo.ston at New York, lirooklyn at Philadelphia Chicago at Cincinnati. Pittsburgh at St Liuis. Games Saturday. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. Club— R. H. TO. Brooklyn 1 10 2 Philadelphia 10 2 Batteries Pfeffor and Meyers, Itixoy and Killifer. Chicago at Pittsburgh. Club— K. II. E. Chicago .2 8 Pittsburgh 1 2 3 Batteries Vaughn und Wilson Miller and Wagner. Boston at New York. Club— Jl. H. E. Boston Ch.icago at Cincinnati. Club— II. H. V. Chicago 4 7 3 Cincinnati 7 12 2 Batteries—'Douglas, Packard and Wilson Schneider and Wingo. Pittsburgh at St. Louis. Club— It. H. E. Pittsburgh 1 7 3 St. Louis 4 7 0 Batteries—Mianiaux and Fischer Doak and 'Snyder. AMERICAN LEAGUE. & :j" Club— W. L. Chicago 8 2 Boston fl 2 New York 4 Cleveland 5 5 St. Louis 4...

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. — 23 April 1917

1} A I .. A '••X, MONDAY, APRIL 23,1917. HELP WANTED WANTED—Firemen, brakemen, be ginners, $125. Railway, care Trib­ une. 4-7-5 sats WANTlD^loung man to work in* paint shop. Chance for advance­ ment. Lahr Motor Sales Co. 4-23-lt WANTED—Man dishwasher. Experi­ ence desired, but not essential. Ad­ dress 137 Tribune. 4-20-Ct WANYED^Second cook man or woman. Homan's Cafe. 4-17*2t WANTED—3oy, to deliver package?. Apply, Wonder Store. 4-17-6t WANTED—At pnce, a blacksmith one that can handle plow work. Will pay good wages for a good man. Call or write Herbert Bailey, Regan, N. D. 4-17St WANTED—Messenger boy, at the Western Union. Call at office. 3-27-tf CIVIC SERVICE examinations Bis­ marck, May 9th, Men, women desir­ ing clerkships, ,'Postoffice, Govern­ ment Departments, Railway Mall, Rural Carrier, Stenographer, write l'or free particulars to J. C. Leonard, (former Government Examiner). Kenois Bldg., Washington. 21 4t HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Girl or woman for house­ work. Phone 737K. ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 April 1917

»ri .???'•* 1 111 I EIGHT GRAND FORKS AND Mh"*-- ,/ r? FORJjIGHWAY AID First to Make Proper Application for Apportionment of State and Federal Funds Grand Forks and Cass county, the only two in the state which made proper application to the state high­ way commission at its meeting Sat­ urday, will be the first to receive state and federal aid for the building of roads. Grand Porks asks assistance in construction of twenty-five miles, and Cass with seventeen. The commission Saturday discussed the apportionment of the road fund, but arrived at no definite decision. There will be available for the whole year $303,429, which if distributed equally over the 2,749 miles included in the state highway system would be equivalent to $88 the mile. It is not probable, however, that an equal distribution will be made, and it is likely that the 1,712 miles of primary highway will be given first considera­ tion. Of the total sum mentioned, $152,236 represents federal aid for the fiscal year .begi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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