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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 30 April 1917

t7v 1 f* I &" .R.* r$- i-... •p .iiw.. *4 mk ,%*' The Weajther W Landed CARRIED CREW OF 35 AND TWELVE GUNNERS Had Made Fifteen Trips to Eur ope Since the War Broke Out London, April 3D.—The American tanker Vacuum was sunk by a Ger man submarine 'Saturday while on the way to the United States. The chief mate and 17 men, includ­ ing three of the American navy gun­ ners, have been lauded. The boat containing the master of the ship and the remainder of the crew, together with the naval lieuten ant and nine other naval gunners are missing. i*?- LEFT NEW YORK MmftH'iatfl New York, April SO.—The Anieri can steamship Vacuum, commanded 'by Captain S. S. Harris, left New York on March 30 for Birkenhead, Eng., and carried a crew of 34, of whom 15 were American citizens, in eluding nine native born. The acuum, formerly the Baya nios, was owned by the Vacuum Oil company of California. She was built in 1912, at Ecorse, Mich., and was brought to the Atlantic and convert­ ed into a tank ship. S...

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. — 30 April 1917

'i f: Sj§p v, til •e. J- 1 NEWS OF ,r-i 4 TEAI Word Reaches Friends of Death of Jack Serrin, Who Met Tragic Death (Special to Tribune) Ambrose, X. D., Apr. :50.—Jack Sur- I rin, former member of the I it 12 base­ ball team of this city, was elect rocui ed at Marion, Ind., recently, accord* ing to word reaching friends of the former ballplayer here. Serrin was married in to Miss Kitta Hum side, sister of Manager Liurnside of the Equity Mercantile company of this city, and since that time had made their home in Marion. The par­ ents of Serrin live at Rochester, .Minn. AT "ARE READY' Wires Wilson Volunteer Company Awaits Word to Fight for h'rtW'-- mtiUUttK USSHV& Democracy of Worl^ (Special to Tribune.) Haldwin, 'X. D.. April 3D.—Ferdin­ and M. King, representative of the Equity Co-Operative Packing company of North Dakota, and who served in Company E, 'Eleventh United States infantry during the Spanish-American war in Cuba and Porto Rico, when Major Steadman of Hismarck was at tha...

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. — 30 April 1917

MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1917. tG SOCIETY Weefc Dedicated to His Highness, the Baby, Opens The week dedicated to his royal highness—the Baby—opened in the capital city Sunday, when the minis­ ters ot' the various churches preached special sermons. The program ar­ ranged for the week is most exten­ sive. The schools have co-operated in the movement and have prepared compositions and made posters to boost for the baby. The business and professional men of the city have come to the assistance of the club women and are doing everything in their power make it a huge suc­ cess. Considerable interest is being shown in the Friday evening event at the Auditorium, .which will take the form of a big mass meeting. Every' home in the city is expectcd to be re­ presented. The Thursday Musical club, and the school children will take part, the latter presenting folk songs, folk dances nnd a playlet. The lirst event scheduled for the Solo," Selected Address These scrap-books may be mailed to Mrs. Budlong, ...

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. — 30 April 1917

'i W fer, fei^'5: mm -t |p:l 1 ft $ 'M •m 'iiX iS ?.* 't' Stf, •-f-S'i & & & k.' &•' .• Sfcmr.- $p* '*•$ w" THE TRIBUNE •nWrad at the PMtofflo^ Bismarck, N. D„ Meond Qui Matter. I88PED EVERT DAT EXCEPT BPNTDAY tUBSCMPTION BATES FATAWJi IN ADVANCE tWly, 17 mall or carrier, p«r month 9 «E0 l)ally, by mall, one year In North Dakota ....~. 4.00 Dally, by mail outside ot North Dakota, one year 1.00 Dally, by mall outside ot North Dakota, three month*. 1.K0 Dally, by mall in North Dakota three months 1-25 Weekly, by mall, per year 1-50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation (TOT STATE'S OLDEST NEWS PAPS* (•atakUated 1»7I) WEATHER REPORT. For twenty-four hours ending at noon April 30: Temperature at 7 a. 34 Temperature at noon 43 Highest yesterday 42 lowest yesterday 33 Lowest last night 32 Precipation Highest wind velocity 12-N Forecast. For North Dakota: Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday colder east por­ tion tonight. Lowest Temperatures Fargo 34? Williston 2» Grand iForks 3'...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 30 April 1917

MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1917. litliTiilO, I a vTi: I lo W fm ou I th Babies Apparel MOTHERS you will find a collection of Babies' things—rich and abund­ ant. 1 r- Those dainty and elegant garments that a mother dearly loves to clothe her infant in. We are making a special idsplay in co-operation with the 1 spirit of the week. You will be pleased with what we have to offer yon. A. W. LUCAS CO. The McConkey Commercial Co. 510 Broadway Phone 209 BETTOR BABY WEEK-BEST BABY WEEK babies. But as we have no control over that way we will do the next best thing, Well we do not wish to run the risk of giving of­ fense but we are not in fav­ or of better baby week. We protest. Well perhaps one week in fifty-two may be called bet­ ter baby week if you will MAKE the otser fifty-one BEST baby weeks. Jietter babies are not what you, nor we,, want. But best babies—and all the time. Well, as to feeding them. Again we protest. There is only one best way to feed 'o" 5 .1' 5 •. for Baby Week In our Infants' D...

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. — 30 April 1917

1 jtv if & 5 if A f:' I II li £&} Sri -r 2- •I 4 I't Cf ATID ™E Qw ft JHur- Mft- Catteries—Sanders and Wingo Grimes and Fischer. Philadelphia, 2 New York, 1. Philadelphia, April 30—Philadelphia won the series l'rom New York by two games to one, by winning Satur­ day's game, the score being 2 to i. Rixey and Anderson had a battle with the home team .winning by bunching hits by Whitted, Luderus and Niehoff In the seventh inning. Score: Club— R.H.E. New York 001 000 000—1 7. 1 Philadelphia .. 0-10 000 lflx—2 7 2 Batteries—Anderson and Rariden iRixey and Killifer.1 Boston, 2 Brooklyn, 0 Brooklyn, April 30.—Tyler held the champion Brooklyns down to three hits Saturday and Boston won 2 to 0. Pfeffer was batted safely 10 times, but only in two innings were the visi tors able to bunch enough of them to score runs. Score: Club— R.H.E. Boston 100 000 010—2 10 0 Brooklyn 000 000 OOO—0 3 2 Batteries—Tyler and Gowdy Pfef­ fer, Meyers and (Miller. AMERICAN LEAGUE. «C1Ub~.:... rF*s Boston ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 30 April 1917

IT '#T, AMIXL30,MM. F.E. Young Real Tel. No. 78 J- HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—1)7" MaFiOtFor-lirthTeF perienced male stenographer com­ petent to take dictation rapidly and handle correspondence and records in connection with large land and mortgage business. Give experi­ ence, references and qualifications. State salary wanted. Address: iNo. 147, care Tribute. WANTED—Pirsti-claas horse-shoer good wages board and room. Ap­ ply to G. A. Wolf, 512 W. Main St., Mandap,. iNi D. 4-30-6t WANTED—At once. Cook and wait ress, man and wife preferred must be good workers. Garrison Oafe, Garrison, iN. D. 4-o0-6t WANTED—Young man and young lady. Cowan's drug Btore. 4-26-tf 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. p. 4-lft-6t WANTED—Messenger boy, at the Western Uni$n».~ C%ll^at-*q|fBce.^ CIVIL 8ERVICE examinations Bis* marck,' May 9th, Men, women desir ins clerkships, .Postoffice, Govern­ ment Departme...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 30 April 1917

W- ssr aiE&d) items mi Trains 7 and 8 Will Make Regular Stops Also the Switch to Accomodate Men COMPANY "A" GROWS TO MEMBERSHIP OF 51 Women's Auxiliary Makes Con­ tribution of Towels and Is Giving Assistance The canteen is now in operation, carrying a full stock of soft drinks, confcctionery, ice cream, tobacco, etc. It is run for the benefit of visitors in the caraj) as well as the soldiers, and any one wishing refreshments while visiting the camp will bo cheerfully served. Trains Nos. 7 and 8 will make the qamp a regular stop from now on. The switch will also stop, making it convenient for visitors from cither Bismarck or Mandan to spend an aft ernoon in camp. All visitors arc heart­ ily welcomed. The ferry boat Marian arrived this morning from Washburn. It is reported that Captain Wilcox fell from the boat and had a very cold bath as well as a narrow cacapo from drown­ ing. Captain Howe's large ferry boat "I)oapolis" is nearing completion and will be put into operation as soo...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 May 1917

11/The Weather Generally Fair. Hired Man, Discovered in Act Assaulting Domestic, Fire* on Himself in Attempt to End His Life (Special to Tribune.) iDickinson, N. 'D., May 1.—James Cgldwell, wealthy land owner of Stark county, living in the vicin­ ity of Taylor, N*. IX, made famous ly his defense in the suit started by •'J. C. R.," known as the "man of mystery," together with his wife, was murdered in cold blood by their hired man, .Mike Shumek. yesterday noon on the Caldwell farm, 20 miles south­ east of here. Tries to Take Own Life. Details of the crime reaching here this afternoon state that the murder­ er immediately turned the gun on himself in an attempt to end his life. •He is not expected to live. The shot pierced one of his lungs. The tragedy occurred, it is said, when Caldwell and his wife upon re­ turning to the homestead made fam­ ous in the trial proceedings hfeld in this city last winter, discovered the hired man assaulting a 14-year-old girl working on the Caldwell far...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 May 1917

TWO PRESIDENT CRANE 1 County Superintendents of State Open Convention Today With 100 in Attendance WELCOMES VISITORS Hon. Anthony Walton Toastmast- master at Noon Lncheon Held on Normal Commons (Special to Tribune.) Minot, X. D., May 1.—The annual meeting of the county superintend­ ents of North iDakota opened here this morning for a two days' session. About a hundred executive educators of t.hc state are in attendnace. The enrollment of the visitors start oil at 10 o'clock and the address of welcome followed 1" minutes later by President A. G. Crane of the state normal school on the subject, "What the 'Normal Schools Can 'Do for the Rural Schools." The response was given by Superintendent C. E. Gavotte on "What the Rural Schools Expect of the Normal Schools." Macdonald a Speaker. Late this ihorning N. C. Macdonald of Bismarck, state superintendent or' public instruction, gave an address on the subject of "The Rural School Problem and Its Solution." At noon about .10 SEVEN YOUNG MEN...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 May 1917

& ,r TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1917. ENDS HER LIFE Miss Hulda Johnson, 24, Shoots' Self With .22 Revolver Early This Morning (Special to Tribune) Washburn, iN'. U„ May 1.—Miss Hul­ da Johnson, schoolteacher in the Iowa district of McLean county, shot herself through the heart with a .22 rifle at 9 o'clock this morning in the C'haley Johnson farm home, 10 miles east of Washburn. She was 24 years old and the daughter of J. A. Johnson, a pioneer fanner of the Painted Woods district. According to particulars reaching here, no one was at home at the time of the tragedy. E Washington, May 1.—Governor Fra zier of 'North Dakota told tj*e senate agricultural committee today that he 'believed the farmers of his state would not object to minimum price fixing. "We have had prices fixed for years by the gamblers in the market," said Ask Grandfather— He'll Tell You— rrrrr. the governor, "and there is no reason why they should not be set by con­ gress." Too Many Hands. "It is too far," said Governor Fra...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 May 1917

nor jji THE TRIBUNE at the PwhiMwt Btaurck, N. P., liml O— Matter. IMPED EVERT PAT MXCIIPT BPNPAT •UBKKIPTION RATBS FATAKJI IN ADVANCB Ffclly, by mall or carrier, per month .60 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, by mail, per year 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of Clrculatlo* ram state's oldebt nvwrfaphi 1ITI) WEATHER REPORT. Tor 42 hours ending at noon (May 1: Temperature at 7 a. 32 Temperature at noon 42 Highest yesterday 49 iLoweat yesterday 32 Lowest last night 29 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 12-NW Forecast. For 'North Dakota: Fair tonight and "Wednesday not much change in temperature frost central portion to­ night. Lowest Temperatures ...... 36 22 Fargo Williston Grand Forks Pierre St. Paul .... S2 32 3fi Winnipeg 28 Helena 30 Chicago 38 iswift Current 22 Kansas( City 38 San Francisco GO ORRIS ...

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. — 1 May 1917

font THE TRIBUNE at tte PwtoMwt Btmarck, P.. IMOBI Qui Matter. 4. N. IMPED BVBRT PAT EXCEPT BPNPAT •DMC9UPTION RATH PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, l»y mall or carrier, per month 9 .SO daily, by mall, 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, by mail, per year 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of CircuUtlo* VEQI STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER CEstaMlsM 1ITI) WEATHER REPORT. For 42 hours ending at noon (May 1: Temperature at 7 a. 32 Temperature at noon 42 Highest yesterday 49 iLowest yesterday 32 Lowest last night 29 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 12-NW Forecast. For 'North Dakota: Fair tonight and Wednesday not much change in temperature frost central portion to­ night. Lowest Temperatures Fargo 36 Williston 221 Grand Forks S'2 Pierre 32 St. Paul 3f Winnipeg 28 Helena 30 Chicago 38 hwift Current 22 Kansas^ City 38 San Francisco '50 ORRIS ...

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. — 1 May 1917

TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1917. SOCIETY Splendid Co-operation Given In Baby Week Observance The opening of Baby W'eek in the capital city is marked by th£ splendid cooperation the club women are re­ ceiving from the general public. Ev­ ery one seems glad to do something to make for its suc- W "4* f"' ittee asked the aid of any one they were greeted with a smliing an­ swer of co-operation. The high school auditorium this afternoon was a fair example of the interest. A large representation of the Bismarck mothers and children attended and listened to stirring ad­ dresses by Rev. *H. C. Postlethwaite and Rev. George Euzzelle. Mrs. Vic­ tor J. LaRose's singing of "Keep the Home Fires 'Burning" was a special feature and the auditors joined in the chorus with a vim seldom heard. Mrs. Laltose also directed the singing of the North Dakota song. The school lunch exhibit was most educational and demonstrated clearly the practi-! caibllity of teaching domestic science in schools. The exercises Monday ev...

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. — 1 May 1917

Irv 1 •••hum •TUESDAY, MAT X, 1917. SOCIETY Splendid Co-operation Given In Baby Week Observance The opening of Baby Week in the capital city is marked by th#s splendid cooperation the club women are re­ ceiving from the general public. Ev­ ery one seems glad to do something to make for its suc­ W ittee asked the aid of any one they were greeted with a smliing an­ swer of co-operation. The high school auditorium this afternoon was a fair example of the interest. A large representation of the (Bismarck mothers and children attended and listened to stirring ad­ dresses by Rev. H. C. Postlethwaite and Rev. George Euzzelle. Mrs. Vic­ tor. J. iLa Rose's singing of "Keep the Home Fires 'Burning" was a special feature and the auditors joined in the chorus with a vim seldom heard. Mrs. LaRose also directed the singing of the North Dakota song. The school lunch exhibit was most educational and demonstrated clearly the practi­ cability of teaching domestic science in schools. The exercises Mon...

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. — 1 May 1917

nx crnriD THE CUB 3vWr REPORTER euas-Vou poor v^ATMAS DCW VI7 I NATIONAL LEAGUE. New York 8 4 .66? St. 'Louis 9 6 -600 Boston 6 Chicago 7 •"»6S Cincinnati 9 10 •47'i Philadelphia 6 •'1®2 Pittsburgh 7 •'•$$ Brooklyn 7 •:1"0 GAMES MONDAY. Boston 2 Philadelphia 3. New York-Brooklyn same postpon­ ed account wot grounds. St. Louis-Chicago game postponed account wet grounds. Cincinnati-Pittsburgh game post­ poned account we grounds. A Mi IiS r-S WEDNESDAY. Boston at Philadelphia. Brooklyn at 'New York. Cincinnati at Chicago. St. Louis at Pittsburgh. Boston at Philadelphia. Club— H- H. E. Boston 2 7 I Philadelphia 6 2 Batteries—Rudolph and Gowdy Alexander and Killifer. AMERICAN LEAUUE. VVidbfcdbt' Boston^...™..' 9 4 .692 'ChiCagv ... mk 19 6 .625 New fork 7 .583 St. Loiiis 7 1 .80® Cleveland 8 8 .500 Philadelphia 6 8 .429 (Detroit St. Louis at Cleveland. Club— B- H". E. St. Louis 4 9 1 Cleveland 2 7. 2 Batteries—Davenport, Parks, Soth eron and Severson Coveleskie, Lam toath, Morton and O'N...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 May 1917

*8 9 ,\-fr TUESDAY, MAY%19& F. IE. Young Real Estate Company Faunce, 4th Sit. BARBER~WANTED—At oneef Must be first class. $18.00 and 00 per cent. A.H. Pearson, Bismarck. 4-30,'31 WANTED—rBy May 10th or 15th, perienced male stenographer com: petent to take dictation rapidly and handle correspondence and records in connection with large land and mortgage business. Give experi­ ence, references and qualifications. State salary wanted. Address: No. 147, care Tribune. WANTED~Young man at Corwin Motor Co. 4-l-5t WANTED-r-Fjtfsl&lais UO* good wages board ahd roc FOR SALE—Eight-room modern house, with full basement, bath, electric Jights, furnace, fireplace and garage, in west part of city. Price, $4,500. Terms, $1,200 cash, balance at $50 per month, interest included. FOR SALE—Six-room modern house,.with hot water furnace .and fall basement, near North Ward school. Price,' $4,400. Terms, $2,000, bal­ ance reasonable. FOR SALE—-Modern 8-room house, with range and hot air furnace, 3 ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 May 1917

snog Hamilton Holt Tells How Exten­ sion of American Idea Would Insure Permanent Peace OBJECTIONS TO PROJECT DISPOSED OF BY EDITOR Believes Federation Proposed Feasibler-Action to Come at End of Conflict An audicnce which filled the muni­ cipal Auditorium sat for moro than an hour laBt evening under the spell of the masterly diction and smooth flowing logic of Hamilton Holt, editor of The Independent, who came to His marck to discuss "After the War—• What Mr. 'Holt is a large man. So per feet are the modulations of his well cultivated voice that last evening in conversational tone lie talked to the thousand people who had gathered to hear him, and there was not one who did not grasp every word. League to Enforce Peace. Hamilton Holt, one of the found­ ers of the League to Enforce Peace, came to Bismarck to tell its people what this organization is what it hopes to do, and how it purposes to do it. He apologized for the use of the term "peace," which he acknowl­ edged to 'be in disre...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 2 May 1917

VS\ .:•* f• Jr It-4'' nt.-. R" t» ii The Weather THI&TY-8EV1NTH TEAS, NO. 103 All Vienna Munition Factories Were Left Idle While Work­ men Held Meetings THEY URGED SEPARATE PEACE WITH RUSSIA Intense Dissatisfaction From Ter­ rible Shortage of Food Throughout Nation London, May 2.—Work stopped com­ pletely throughout Austria-Hungary on May Day according to wireless dis­ patches from Berne. All Vienna muni­ tions factories were left idle, while iffygtn workers gathered ut mass meet­ ings where the food conditions and the of immediate peace were dis- PEACE SPEECH POSTPONED. Copenhagen, Mg)L0'f A speech which was ta.hayf ,Dei$n made in the reichstag by.Jpjr. 'w^jsethraijui Holl weg, the German imperial chancellor, on peace, has been postponed to a more flttlng occasion, according to word received here. NO DISORDER. London, May 2.—A Christiana dis patch says that the usual May Day celebrations were held all over Nor­ way and that no reports of disorder had been received. STATE OFFICI...

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

two 145 POSITKKtS Eleven Members of Class ,Who Completed Winter Term Are Now Teaching NOTICES OF ELECTION BEING RECEIVED DAILY (Special to Tribune) Valley City, X. IJ.. May 2.—That there are a few professions as pleas­ ant and honorable, as well as lucrat­ ive, as that of teaching is seen at the state normal school here, where re­ quests for M.'i teachers co begin work next fall have been received within the last few weeks. In each instance members of the present senior class have made application and notices of «lection are being received daily. Eleven Get Positions. Of the eleven members of the class -who completed their work at the close of the winter term, every one who wished a teaching position is now at work in his or her school room. Salaries for young women range from $60 to $90, depending in each instance oi) the. previous teach­ ing experience !^r the candidate of !the length of the, .course pursued at the normal school. Young men are accepting principalships at from $90 ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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