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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 4 May 1917

FRIDAY, MAT 4,1917. FOR sALE-^Modern Address 149, Tribune. ,5-3-3t WANTED—-Young.man at Corwin Motor Co. 4-l-5t WANTED—First-class horse-shoer good wages board and room. Ap­ ply to G. A. Wolfr 512 W. Main St., Mandan, X. D. 4-30-Ct ?£fook an£ iprefe^riW Gairi^n,^. HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—At once, first-class wait­ ress at Home Cafe, Hazelton. Ap­ ply by phone. 1? red Jenner. 5-2-4t WANTED—Girl for~hiousework no washing. Apply 'Cowan's Drug store. 5-l-12t WANTED—A girl to cook on farm. Phone 4MF2. 4-30-.fit. HARyET HARRIS CO. J. P. Jackson, Mgr. Cheapest fifty feet frontage on Fourth street, next Barnes residence, east front, only $700. Harvey Harris & Co. J. P. Jackson, Mgr. HARYET HARRIS GO. HOUSES FOR RENT FOR RENT—iFour room house, partly modern. Phene 713R. 217 7th St., So. 5-3-6t FOR RENT—Fourteen-room house, modern, excellent condition -well located, and suitable for fine family boarding house. J. K. Doran. 4-27-6t LAUNDRIES. __ COLORED hand laundry. Our motto, good work...

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. — 4 May 1917

rs\- EIGHT %w r- •, 'J? Tribune Correspondents Assigned to Texas Tells of His Ex­ periences MEMBER OF CREW GUARDING COAST By C. C. LYON. I'm a regular bluejacket now— aboard the super-dreadnaught Texas, considered by many naval experts the world's greatest fighting ship! The strict war censorship forbids divulging the whereabouts of the Texas. But, anyway, we're "some­ where on the Atlantic." It was a red-letter day for me— just as it is for all other naval re­ cruits—the day I was told at the Nor­ folk training station that I had been assigned to "sea duty." Eleven of us were in the party. Capt. John Dayton, commandant at the Norfolk station, gave us some parting advice. "Now, boy^," he sail), in a fatherly, way, "don't forget that the most im­ portant thing for a man aboard ship is to do what he is told to do by his superior officers. Go aboard with a determination to win every promo­ tion open to you." We went to sea on a great, armored oil tanker that was taking oil out to the A...

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. — 5 May 1917

The Weaker Generally Fair. THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NO. 106 SUV MLT MAY END III Revolution of Staggering Possib­ ilities Reported About to Break Out in Russia SEEM TO HAVE UPPER HAND IN GOVERNMENT Greatest Battle of Offensive Still Continues to Rage Furiously in Northern France (By Associated Press.) •While the greatest battle in his­ tory continues to rage in ,bloody fury in northern France, the riddle of Rus­ sia has presented a new phase in the menace of a new revolution of staggering (possibilities. For the mo­ ment the provisional government has the upper hand, but the voice of the radicals grows louder and more threatening every day, demanding concessions which would make the existence of an organized govern­ ment impossible. The wild current of intrigue and dissatisfaction which are evidenced in Petrogxad add more confusion as tlic adherents of the revolution offer no coherent program and seem to have no common aim. The vast Hesse's of Russiia lie silent, with not a hint to lell ...

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. — 5 May 1917

:r- fi TO IETJXT WEEK Two Hundred Physicians and Surgeons Expected at New Rockford Convention BISMARCK MAN HEADS STATE ORGANIZATION (Tribune Special Service.) •New Rockford, X. D., May 5.—New Rocklonl on Thursday and Friday 01 the coming week, -May !i and 10, will be host-to the members of the North Dakota i^ate Medical association. Coming to Bismarck Dr.Mellenthin SPECIALIST FOR HIS SIXTH YEAR IN NORTH .DAKOTA. DOES NQI^UBE S»URG»BBY,, Will be at McKcnzize Hotel Tuesday, May 15th. Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. One Day Only NO CHARGE FOR EXAMINATION Dr. Mellenthin is a regular gradu­ ate in Medicine 'Mid Surgery and is licensed by "tlie *State of North Da­ kota. He visits, professional^ the more important towns and cities and offers to all who call on this trip con­ sultation and examination free, except the expense of treatment when de­ sired. According to liis method of treat­ ment ho does not operate for chronic appendicitis, gall stones, ulcers of stomach, tonsils or adenoids....

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. — 5 May 1917

SATURDAY, MAY IS AC Youth Confined in State Prison Willing- to Accept Most Haz­ ardous Post MANY OFFERING VACANT FARM LANDS TO STATE Thousands of Acres of Wild Tracts Will Be Available for Bigger Production Just .22 years old, with tae prospect of spending tire remainder of his life behind prison bars, a convict in the state penitentiary this morning in a letter to the governor offers that life to his flag. His letter indicates a man of better than ordinary intellect and education. '•.My life is worth nothing to me," writes the young man. "(live me an opportunity to make it worth some­ thing to my country. Assign me to any duty, no matter how hazardous. 1 Imve sinned against society (Jive me a chance to atone by rendering the supreme sacrifice, if that be my fate." Another convict, only 23 years old, and with thirty years' imprisonment before him. makes a similar appeal. Governor Helpless. There is nothing the governor can lo now in answer to these requests. Congress -bay take some ...

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. — 5 May 1917

T?r.r nfPP"T.'fi''r:SMS" ^%v'i "V "l:'f n* & h^' 7 (U SC--s tow THE TRIBUNE Mud »t tte r—totfot. Bismarck, N. D., llMBl O— MattW. IMUED BVHRY DAT BXCgPT BTJNPAT II—I ••11 1 IIHI RiTDi PAIAKJ IN •DYANCI FMlf, by mall or carrier, par month ... 9 l)ally, by mall, one year in North Dakota 4-00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, one year .00 Dally, by mall outride of North Dakota, three month*. *.K Dally, by mall In North Dakota three montha Weekly, fcy mall, per year -50 Member Audit Bureau of ClrcuUtloa «tot WATHfg OLDEST KUWIPAPW ibtduiMmi) WEATHER REPORT. For 24 hours ending at noon May 5: .Temperature at 7 a. 33 Temperature at noon 50 Highest yesterday jj* Lowest yesterday Lowest last night Precipitation 'Highest wind velocity «-S Forecast. For North ^Dakota: Generally fair tonight and Sunday probably frost east pnd central portions tonig.it warmer extreme west portion Sun­ day. Lowest Temperatures rvireo Williston .» Grand Forks ... 'Pierre St. Paul Winnipeg Helena Chicago...

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. — 5 May 1917

SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1917 9 Martin of the public schools in the presentation of the Indian String Quartet, composed of foar American j1 Indians, members of the Redpath' bu­ reau, Monday evening in the high -school auditorium. .These boys have r-m tfppeared'HUCceaslfiilly in eha«ta\i(]ira engagements in the various parts of the country and are now en rente east to join the Redpath bureau for the summer tour. •Richard-Kennedy, lecturer and sto­ ry tAll or) I Iwba travels with the quar tet/.-feivast interesting introductions to jill the-inittnlprs, making it easy to unders,M*wl nUie selections. 'I •hi i' SOCIETY Auditorium Crowded for "Baby Week" Mass Meeting The Auditorium was filled to its ca­ pacity lust oviii»}? for the big mass meetng given as the closing event of the capital city Baby Week. The program for the most part was pre­ sented by the school children from grades oue, two, three and five. The Thursday Musical Club sang two num­ bers and stereopticon views were shown. Real tale...

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. — 5 May 1917

fpn srsrOT t'. SCOOPS I Chicago at St. Louis. Cleveland at Detroit. (No other..,games .scheduled.) AMER nj IjriJ. '.7: CALUED1$ MAKE. A ST^MeNr 0 YOUR. ?APER-VA/HV I. DOST ENUST-^O SEE, v/'/zmmmi Mill SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE. .New York St. Louis .. Chicago ... Philadelphia Cincinnati Boston .... Brooklyn Pittsburgh 8 .Gi: 11 7 .fill 12 0 100 .GOO r. O 1 10 12 .445 6 8 .429 fi 1 .417 7 IS GAMES FRIDAY. Brooklyn 3 Boston I. Cincinnati .'! Chicago 11. OCier games postponed. (Rain.) GAMES SUNDAY. iNo games scheduled. Cincinnati at Chicago. CIuh— n. H. K. Cincinnati .. Chicago 11 12 and Batteries —Schneider, liller Clarke Demarree and Wilson. Brooklyn at Boston. Club— R. If. E. Brooklyn 11 1 Boston 1 Batteries Oadore and Meyers Allen and Gowdy. AMERICAN LEAUUE. Boston Chicago New ...10 Yorfof St. 'Louis 7 Cleveland Philadelphia Detroit Washington ... 4 7 7 7 .714 .011 .•nas .noo .474 .400 .400 ,iV7~ 10 9 9 10 6 GAMES FRIDAY. All games postponed: (Rain.) GAMES SUNDAY. .. 1") Jiulianapoliri...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 5 May 1917

7 4 XN- t) ,- c)S\ «f -tr.t' if. SATURDAY, MAY 5r 1917. USE THIS Amboy, Minn. 5-5-3t WANTED—Boy to herd cattle. Phone 352 Y. 5-4-2t WANTED Competent bookkeeper, either lady or gentleman. None bat competent need apply. Western Sales Co., City. 5-l-6t BARBER WANTED—At once. MUst be first class. $18.00 and GO per cent. A. H. Pearson, Bismarck. 4-30-3t WANTED—Steady position, as trac­ tion engineer. Can give references. Address 149, Tribune. «5-3-3t WANTED—Young man Mo,tor Co. WANTEfi=Flri good wages -3 ply to G. A/' Maudan, N.' at Corwin 4-l-5t horse-shoer rd and room. Ap f, 512 W. Main St., 4-30-et WANTED—At once. Cook and wait­ ress, man and wife preferred must be good workers. Garrison Cafe, Garrison, N. D. 4-30-6t 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. D. 4-16-6t WANTED—Messenger boy, at the Western Union. Call at office. 3-27-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE FIVE biqig|yL.l,capablfi ladies to'tra...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 5 May 1917

a L" Federal Reserve Bank Finds Crop Prospects Good and Sees No Reason for Alarm UNUSUALLY BIG ACREAGE OF WHEAT IN EVIDENCE Grains Generally Excellently Ad­ vanced—Farm Labor Prob­ lem Will Be Solved JOHN H. RICH, Federal Reserve Agent. Minneapolis, Minn., May 5.—"Busi­ ness as usual" should not only be the slogan, but the policy of every busi­ ness man, banker and individual in this district. The spring outlook is as favorable as it has ever been at this date. The volume of business in manufacturing lines, in the wholesale trade, in the number trade, and in retail merchandising is good. Banks are meeting the spring demands with­ out evidences of strain, and over the entire district a condition of unusual activity prevails. The country as a whole will enjoy good business dur­ ing 1&17. Good Work in North Dakota. At this date a critical condition exists as to the northwestern wheat crop. Some delay in seeding has al­ ready occurred on account of .snow and wet weather, and it is p...

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. — 7 May 1917

r, '.r •':.'"O^, 'V v- ::.:" The Weather Generally Fair. Field of Ten at Least Seems Prob. able for Pow-Wow to Select From Next Friday Fargo, N. D., M!ay 7.—Republicans •will nominate by convention their candidate for congress to succeed the late H. T. Helgesen, such action be­ ing determined upon at a conference of state committeemen, county chair­ men, prominent party members, at tihe call of 'National Committeeman Guilder Olson, held in Flargo Sunday. Friday evening of this week the state central committee members representing th,e legislative districts comprising tliie First congressional district, will meet in Fargo with Na­ tional Committeeman Sunder Olson for the purpose of determining upon the apportionment of delegates to the convention the date for the cau­ cus and the date for the convention. That the convention system is the mode prescribed by tihe laws of the state in the selection of party candi­ dates for a congressional vacancy was the view unanimously expressed by p...

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. — 7 May 1917

'jp p- TWO tyt' h't gjt \Tv 1^': B. C. Phipps and Harry Vadnie of McHenry, Drowned When Their Boat Capsized SEASON'S FIRST FISHING PARTY HAS TRAGIC END (Special to Tribune.) Cooperstown, X. D., Jlay 7.—B. C. Phipps, cashier of the First .National •hank of McHenry. and Harry Vadnie, druggist, of the same city, were drowned Friday afternoon in Red Willow lake, seven miles north of Hinforcl, according to word reoeiven in this city Saturday morning. Tlio bodies of the men were found by a searching party that went to liie lake v/iien Phipps and Vadnie. failed to return from a fishing trip started Fri­ day afternoon. The bodies were found in about six feet of water 15 rods from the shore oil the north •ind of the lake. While there were no witnesses to the accident, it is apparent that the boint. capsized and threw Phipps and Vadnie into the water and the latter being unable to swim was being help­ ed by Phipps when the banker was attacked by cramps and both sank to the bottom of the lake....

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. — 7 May 1917

'A MONDAY, MAY 7, 1917. "FLORA BELLA" Will Bismarck Theatre-Goers Subscribe Enough to Get At- traction to Plav Here? SIGN UP FOR YOUR 1 TICKETS IMMEDIATELY Are there-enough music-loving peo­ ple who appreciate high-class music to justify the management of the Auditorium in bringing here John Cort's beautiful production, "Flora Bella," one of the greatest musical comedy successes of the season, di­ rect from the Casino theatre, New York, for one night only, Monday, May 21? That is the question. "Flora Bella" has had a long run of 42 weeks at the Casino theatre, New York City, ten weeks at the Shubert theatre, Boston, and is the largest and most expensive musical organization oh tour at the present day. The company is headed by Miss Eleanor Henry, the original New York and Boston star, and the cast includes Miss Liliie 'Leonard, Guy J. Sampsell, 'Miss ltuth 'Robins, Mis? Kate Stout, Irving (Brooks, 'Fen Grin nell, Mortinier H. AVeldon, in fact, the entire original New York and Boston ...

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. — 7 May 1917

THE TRIBUNE at the Bknutk, N. D., flsoont Oaas Hatter. NSUBD EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY •UAWAUPTA»r SATES FATAKJTIN ADVANCE mr. by mall or carrier, per month 9 .80 Iteily, by mall, one year In North Dakota 4.00 Daily, by mall outside of North Dakota, one year ...... 9.00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, three months. 1.10 Dally, by mall In North Dakota three month* 1-25 Weekly, by mall, per year 1-50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation wn STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (btaklUM tITI) WEATHER REPORT. For 24 hours ending at noon May 7: Temperature at 7 a. 41 Temperature at noon 63 Highest yesterday 63 [Lowest yesterday 37 Lowest last night 37 •Precipitation 'None Highest wind velocity 15-SE Forecast. IYr iNbrtii Dakota: fair tonight nnW Tuesday not much change temperature probably light frost east and central portion? tonight. Lowest Temperatures Fargp 34 Wllliston .. 4© Gra nd Forks 33 Pierre 42 St. Paul 42 •Winnipeg 32 Helena. 36 Chicago 40 Swift Current 32 Kansas City 40 San Francisco...

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. — 7 May 1917

i* MONDAY, MAY 7, 1917. SOCIETY Alumni Association Formed Covers were laid for 12 at the ban­ quet Saturday evening at the Grand Pacific hotel given by the graduates of the Valley. City normal rcbool, Fol­ lowing the banquet a permanent or­ ganization was forme i. to be known as the ".Burleigh County Alumni Or­ ganization." Miss Emma Bell of Avenue was named president of the new organiza­ tion Miss Catherine Boyle, secre­ tary and treasurer. 'Miss iLelia Die «em was unanimously chosen a dele­ gate to confer with the board and other delegates of the state at a meeting in Valley City, when ar­ rangements •will be completed for the celebration in June to be held in hon­ or of President G. A. McFarland, who closes his quarter of a century of work with the institution. The silver tea given by the younger girls of tflxe capital city Saturday aft­ ernoon in the Lahr building for Com­ pany A was a Ihiuge success. From 3 o'clock to 6 the tea room was crowded and liberal offerings, which amou...

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. — 7 May 1917

•V $$'. CfAftD THE CUB OWUViK REPORTER NATIONAL LEAGUE. i.Xevv York .. Chicago "St. Louis .. IMiilat'Jolphui Cincinn'ati .. Boston Hrooklyn ... Pittsburgh .. 8 .01 r, .591 .571) ,»h)iS .500 .420 .117 it JJ S 7 .12' 12 ,X 7 14 GAM ICS Sl'NDAY. 'Cincinnati St. Louis o. Chicago Pittsburgh 2. Xo other games scheduled. GAMES SATURDAY. Cincinnati 7 Chicago 4. Other games 'postponed. (Rain.) GAMES TUESDAY. Brooklyn at Boston. Philadelphia at Xew York. No other games scheduled. St. Louis at Cincinnati. Club— II. II. E. 'Cincinnati 4 S 0 St. Louis 0 5 1 Batteries—Toney, Idler and Hush Watson and Snyder. Pittsburgh at Chicago. Club— Oh/'Cago Pittsburgh. Batteries Vaughn Carlson and Schmidt. R. IT. E. .'! 2 2 2 11 3 Elliott and AMERICAN LEAGUE. Boston .. 10 8 .714 St. Louis .. 10 6 .G2& •New York 8 7 .533 Chicago ...11 10 .524 (Cleveland' .. 9 10 .474 Detroiit .4'00 IPhiladelpihia, 9 .400 Washington 10 .375 GAMES SUXDAY. St. Louis 3 Chicago 4. (First game.) •St, Louis 3 Chicago 0. (Second ...

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. — 7 May 1917

MONDAY, MAY 7. 1017. Sales Co., City. 5-l-6t BARBER WANTED—At once. Must be first class. $18.00 and 60 per cent. A. H. Pearson, Bismarck. 4-30-3t WANTED—First-class horse-shoer good wages board and room. Ap­ ply to G. A. Wolf, 512 W. Main St., Mandan, N'. D. 4-30-6t 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, N1. D. 4-16-tlt WANTED—Messenger boy, at the Western Union. Call at office. 3-27-tf WANTED—Men to dig and haul rock by the cord. Address or call, A. E. Jones, Room 7, Hughes Block. o-5-3t HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Girl for housework no washing. Apply Cowan's Drug store. 5-l-12t WANTED—Second Cafe. __ AGENTS WE SELL the'fleniihg egg presever, and is guaranteed to keep eggs per­ fectly from 8 to 10 months. Agents wanted. We sell out counties. Reich Bros. & Co., Temvik, N. D. 5-5-6t .LAUNDRIES. COLORED hand laundry. Our motto, good work and quick service. Call 313R and get our price. Mrs. ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 7 May 1917

a EIGHT K! a':-,. .-'• ?*x to'1?-' I, $ t u, I® tit, 6? Ctl Remains Will Be Brought to Bis­ marck Wednesday for Bur­ ial at Old Home PARTICULARS OP DEATH HAVE NOT BEEN LEARNED William J. Do Jan, 43', formerly a resident of Bismarck—his old home— and for 20 years employed in the book bindery department of The Trib­ une and of later years running a bindery establishment in connection with The Journal office at Coeur d' Alene, Idaho, met accidental death in a business house of that city Satur­ day morning, acording to a message reaching relatives here. The body, in charge of Arthur O'Hearn of Jamestown, a brother-in law, will be brought to Bismarck on Wednesday evening on train No. 2. A military service will probably be (held, Mr. Dolan formerly holding the position of corporal in Company A and having served witSi that unit in the Philippines. Particulars Are Lacking. The only particulars received here are that DoJan left 'Coeur d' Alene early Saturday morning for Spokane •to join his ...

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. — 8 May 1917

mm* 5 Generally Fair. THIRTY-SEVENTH TEAR, NO.<p></p>GERMAN Government Agents Investigating Activities of Manitowoc of American Line BELIEVED THIS CRAFT ASSISTED SUBMERSIBLES Trade With Enemy Carried on Under Nose of Government Declare Sailors Washington, May 8.—The. gov­ ernment is investigating the ac­ tivities of the steamer Manito­ woc, and other vessels of the American Trans-Atlantic com­ pany, which are said to have car­ ried supplies to German subma­ rines in the Atlantic. This was disclosed at the navy department today, but nd details of the steps taken were given out. The Amer­ ican Trians-Atlaptii company has offices in New York and Boston and its ships fly the American flag. San Juan, Porto Rico, May 8.— There are German submarines in the Atlantic and until very recently they have been supplied from the United States by ships flying the American' flag, acording to members of the crew of the steamer Manitowoc, winch for several weeks was detained in the harbor ...

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. — 8 May 1917

AT* Two Days' Meeting to Be Held at New Rockford—One Hund­ red Delegates Expected (Special to Tribune.) N'ew RoL'kfordi N". I)., May N. The thirtieth annual convention oi the North Dakota State/M-edieal associa­ tion opens here tomorrow morning, at 10 o'clock. One hundred dele­ gates are expected. The convention lasts two days. Special features will 'lie the banquet, to be held Wednesday evening and on Thursday the motion pictures to be shown at the Black stone theatre. These pictures will be the latest views taken in the war hospitals in France and will show what, skilled physicians of the I'niteil States and France are doing for the •wounded. UNWED AT FRONT Mrs. John Hawker of Westhope Gets Word Her Brother Was Killed During Battle of Arras. (Special to Tribune) "Westhope, .V. L)., May 8.—Van A. .lackson, a brother of Mrs. John lliivy'ker of this ci'ty, was'killed in the battle of ftri'ab'iiP'-l'Wffo oto'April 10. •.•acoV.dln.ar wohl'-reaclisnft the 1-lawk ei'jfamily flioye./Jacks...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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