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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 10 May 1917

THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1917. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Boys who can drive cars. Corwin Motor Co. 5-8-6t WANTED—Two unskilled laborers. Indian School. 5-8-3t WANTED—Two competent mechan­ ics. Lahr Motor Sales Oo. 5-7-12t WANTED—Two single young men to travel with manager as sales­ men bright, energetic country­ men or school teachers preferred. State age and previous employ­ ment. Good advancement to right, parties. Salary and expenses. Write E. A. Langford, care Gen. Del., Bismarck, X. Dak. 5-7-6t WAN E D—Firstclass meat cutter. Gussner's 310 Main St. 5-8-3t WANTED—First-class barber $20. Guardner & Porter. Call telephone C. Granger, Underwood, X. D. 5-8-Ct WAINTED—Bright young man for porter work. Must not be afraid of work. Finney's Drug Store. 5-8-6t 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-fit WANTED AT ONC...

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. — 10 May 1917

try JAIIEO AFTER dSEJY POLICE .Law Enforcement Officer Lands in City Bastile for Carrying a Concealed Weapon BUTTS INTO CHILD PLAY AND SLAPS BOY'S FACE Resident Makes Protest and Al­ leges That Deputy Drew Gun Threatening to Shoot (Tribune Special Service.) Minot, N. D„ May 10.—C. W. Fin wall, deputy Enforcement league, of­ ficer of this state, was arrested by the police last night on a charge of carrying concealed weapons. The arrest grew out of Finwall's Four times the saving with Diamond Tires A3b your Diamond Tire dealer how much you will cave on one Diamond. He l::\r 'he long life and unusual scrvice in these tiros at' :curh fabric and stubborn rub­ ber, with the thdz cqueetjee tread which will actuf^ty owfcrtfpar steel. your saving four timss as great—* set .of Diamond Tires, ix'ir.oieu timei) saving Bismarck, N. D. wmmm slapping Clifford Reed, the 16-year old son of J. 'B. Reed. The Reed boy and his sister were on the street at the home of the parents during the evening and w...

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. — 11 May 1917

k~..y .SOR.U-* fe •'•"*._ Tlie Weather Generally Fair. FOR SNELLINC Kismarck Exceeds Fargo's Ke cord by Five—Applicants Await Further Orders MANY OF BEST CITIZENS OF SLOPE ARE INCLUDED Men From All Walks of Life Pre­ pared to Train for Commis­ sions in Army HITS UNIVERSITY. Chicago, May 11.—-Early con­ sideration of the conscription bill /makes it appear that colleges and universities will be hit harder than any other unit under the draft of men from 21 to 30 years of age. It seems possible here, according to university men, that schools for men will be disrupt­ ed by the draft, while co-educa ational school* will practically become schools for women. Bismarck leads the state in the number of candidates recommended for the officers' training camp, which is to open at F'ort Snelling on Maly 15. When the registration and exam­ ination of applicants closed at 10 o'clock last evening,: Captain B. P. Ristine, U. S. A., in charge, had rec­ ommended ?8 candidates, as com­ pared with 73 rep...

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. — 11 May 1917

cM-:-.-: H- m'r asfe JUST shows war at close range .. ing small round hats, being used, after capture to carry stretchers Thirty-Fifth Annual Convention Is Brought to Close at Jamestown REV. HALETTOITORARY, IS ELECTED PRESIDENT (Special to Tribune.) Jamestown, N.. I)., May 11.—Dele­ gates attendiii^^^^-M^, an­ nual convention ^tneINorflx'wa'fcota Women's Home Missionary union and also the Xortli Dakota branch of the Women's Board of Missions of the Interior, conducted in this city Wednesday and Thursday, at the clos­ ing sessioji yesterday afternoon de­ cided that the next annual gathering be held in Fargo. Botlt organizations will be enter­ tained in the Gate City bv the Ply­ mouth and First Congregational churches. ..At the closing session officers of the North Dakota W. H. M. II. were elected as follows: President, Rev. E. C. 'Haley, Crary secretary, Mrs. dw -i %*r* W' 7g v. "v 1. a hi :i\' W. E. Ijoi.se, Jamestown treasurer, Mrs. M. M. White. Valley City aud­ itor, Mrs. H. E. Ne...

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. — 11 May 1917

it FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1917 W!hen you get a new Suit, a pair of Shoes, a Hat, or a. Shirt, which do you do—do yoji buy it? or does somebody sell it to you? You know there's a difference. So far as this store is concerned, we don't want to sell you anything but we do want you to come in and buy it. Our business is to have here for you the kind of goods that are good for you to buy to mark these goods at prices that are fair for you to pay. When you do- come, our business is to make you glad you came, not only for the way we treat you, but for the real value you get and to assure you that if everything about the purchase isn't just right, we'll make it right or refund your money. Custom Tailoring Yes, made in Bismarck in our own shop with a positive guarantee of perfect satisfaction. S. E. Bergeson & Son INJURED BY AUTO. Little Creo Windsor, the 11-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Windsor of Tuttle. is in the Bismarck hospital, suffering from injuries re­ ceived when an automob...

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. — 11 May 1917

rotor $ 5 h' f-i 'hi ft1 THE TRIBUNE «t tM rwtiw^ D„ ImobI CUm (TOT lUttar. j—OTP HVHRT DAT BXCUPT SUNDAY •I I Ml BH1 llllll BATM PATABU IN ADYAMCI rrtlj, br m»il or carrier, per month »W Dally* by mall, on* year in North Dakota 4.00 Dally, br mall outside of North Dakota, on« year 1.00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, three month*. 1.10 Dally, by mall In North Dakota three months Weekly, by mall, per year 1.60 MMnbtr Audit Bureau of CtrcnlaUoa iTATga OLDEST jNBWiPAPM WEATHER REPORT. For 24 hours ending at noon May Temperature at 7 a. 39 Temperature at noon 63 Highest yesterday 67 Lowjest yesterday •*'__ Lowest last night precipitation None Highest wind velocity Forecast. For North Dakota: Fair tonight and Saturday not much change in temperature. Lowest Temperatures Fargo Wilts ton 30 Grand Forks 20 Pierre St. Paul 40 Winnipeg Helena Chicago Swift Current 44 44 Kansas City San Francisco 48 ORRIS Ww JtQBERyS, Ay IMeteordaolist. Work for immortality i£ you will then wait for it...

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. — 11 May 1917

FBIDAY, MAY 11, 1917. SOCIETY "Committee of 46" Wilt Meet at Club Rooms Tonight The call for a meeting of the "com­ mittee of 46" of the iBismarck provi­ sional Red Cross society, to be held at the Commercial club rooms at 7:30 o'clock this evening, was sounded last night by" Secretary Keniston, who is chairman. Notices were mailed to Vevery member. The committee was named a week ag0 and-consists, of a representative from each organization in the ctiy, whose duty it is to give the newly launched war emergency society all the publicity possible in the different orders and to devise plans and a pro­ gram for carrying out the work. Await Arrival of Charter. The Bismarck Red Cross organiza­ tion was born a week ago today. Application for a charter has been made to the national headquarters, •but owing to the large number of applications reaching that body, it may be some time before the charter is received. However, this does not stop the work of the provisional or­ ganization, although...

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. — 11 May 1917

m- §v -V '•W I ft $ M-:v I I ws^w EMWt NATIONAL LEAGUE. Club— W. L. Pet. New York 11 5 .CSS Chicago 9 .625 9 .550 Cincinnati 12 13 .480 Boston 8 9 .471 Philadielphia 9 9 .500 Pftts'burghi 8 14 .304 Btookjyn 5 lil .313 (JAMES THURSDAY. Pittsburgh 11 Boston 4. Chicago Brooklyn 1. •St. Louis 0 Philadelphia 1. Cincinnati 2 New York .1. GAME'S SATURDAY. Pittsburgh at Boston. Cincinnati at New York. St. Louis nt Philadelphia. Chicago at fJrooklyri. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Club— It. II. E. St. Louis 0 1 0 Philadelphia 1 1 Batteries Medows and Snyder Alexander and Killifer. .. Cincinnati at New York. Club— R. H. K. Cincinnati ...& ..2 7 0 Mew York 5 11 1 HatteriesT^lfoney and Dunn Jler ritt and M&Cariy. Pittsburgh at Boston. Club— R. TI. E. Pittsburgh, 11 9 0 Boston 4 8 4 .Batteries Mamaux, Griles and Schmidt Barnes, Nehf, Reubach and Gowdy. Chicago at Brooklyn. Club— R. II. E. Chicago j. -.. 3 6 2 Brooklyn ......... 1 8 4 BaUeries'^J^aui^hn and Wilson Cheney, Dell jini^tMiller. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 May 1917

(M-, I'WMF 1 1 FRIDAY, MAY 11, 1917. (USE HUP WANTED MALE WANTED—Boy who can drive cars. Corwin Motor Co. 5-11-Gt WA NTED-—Two competent mechan­ ics. Laiar Motor Sales Co. 5-7-121 WANYEO—Two single young men to travel with manager as sales­ men bright, energetic country men or school teachers preferred. State age and previous employ­ ment. Good advancement to right parties. Salary and expenses. Write E. A. Langford, caro Gen. Del., Bismarck, N. Dak. 5-7-Ct WANTED—First-class barber $20. Guardner & Porter. Call telephone C. Granger, Underwood, N. D. 5-8-Gt WANTED—Brig'dt young man for porter work. Must not be afraid of ..-.w&rk. Finney's Drug Store. 5-8-Gt BARBER-WANTE'b~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. \V3IPW2 Wl "Main. Western Union.. Call at office. 3-27-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—(Competent stenographer at 'La'hr Motor Sales Co. 5-10-3t WANTED—...

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. — 11 May 1917

noHt ff e?Mtr J, S '•%, •& Kv 'f li "S-O-M-E Dourimut!" "Any time you want real goodies use Calumet Baking Powder! My mother uses it— shc'3 tiled all others she's learned her lesson now she sticks to Calumet. Unequalled for making tender, wholesome, light bak ings. Wonderful leavening and raising qualities—uniform results. Mother says Calumet Is the moat economical to buy—most cco nouical to u*e. Try it at once. Received Highest Awards Hsw Cod Boot Fne St* Slip in l\und Can HOT MADE BY?* %K etbwqhgJP CHIC WAR CALLS NINE JOURNAL WRITERS (Tribune Special Service.) Minneapolis, Minn., iMay 11.—Nine members of The Journal's editorial staff who have enrolled for active war service were honored last night 'by their associates at a staff dinner at the McConniok cafe. Beans and hardtack were served as a foretaste of army fare, hut were followed by a moro varied menu. Two of the staff have already left for service—'Louis iL. Collins, (the Norton-Harjes ambulanaev^qrpsf/, pf the American ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 12 May 1917

,: i-f...--,* yr- *N The Weather Generally Fair. THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAB, NO. 112 III E Wiped From Chicago Board of Trade and Settlement Price Fixed at $3.18 a Bushel TRADING IN JULY AND SEPTEMBER GOES ON Minneapolis Chambef of Com­ merce Continues Dealing in Futures as Usual UPWARD TREND. Minneapolis, May 12.—'Flour prices continued their upward trend and Fancy Patent touched the new high point of $17.10 affi barrel, 40c above yesterday's top figure. First clears advanced 50c, being quoted at $14.90. Chicago, May 12.—The settlement price for May wheat wiped from the board of trade yesterday as a ,simu­ lative option was llxed today at .$."{.18 per bushel, the price committee headed by James A. Patten, believing that the proper figure because it was establish­ ed by com|etitive bidding at the close of yesterday. Sensational Advances. The most sensational advance in the history of the present crop, if not in all history, marked trading in wheat today, following the withdraw­ al of May wh...

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. — 12 May 1917

tr^' ISfsfci (V' 0 TWO ft T»? !f$ ll 1 Tf» •it {, utf' AX'..' Elected Superintendent at Town­ er and Miss Harriet Edgerly Is Named Principal (Special to Tribune) Towner, X. D„ .May 12.—P. K. Ces ander, principal of the Kenmare high school, has been elected superintend­ ent of the Towner public schools lor next year at a salary of $l'Jr» per month. He will also teach manual training and chemistry. -Miss Har­ riet Edgerley was re-elected principal of the high school at a salary of $90 •Miss Elvira Westergaard, music and drawing Miss Ida Bulilniun, English A. Moore, seventh and eighth grades Maye Peitz, fifth and sixth grades Beatrice Plants, third and fourth grades Clara Hess, second and third grades, and Kale Mitchell, primary. Commencement Exercises Will Be Held Thursday Evening, June 7—Graduates Are Girls. (Special to Tribune) Wilton, X. L).j May 12—A class of two graduates—both girls—will com­ plete the four-year course in Wilton high school and will receive their diplomas at the ...

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. — 12 May 1917

*.K1 SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1917. Talk About You will see them all Tonight on the same Program Mabel Normand Dorothy Dalton Enid Markey Raymond Hitchcock Howard Hickman and Mack Sennett 7ReelTriangleI 7 Show 2Reel Keyst'neO Comedy Tonight MO OF DEGUTS SETS SGHEQULE FSB IEEIWS IISMIE The state board of regents today announced the schedule set for its Mav meetings as follows: Wahpeton—May 23. Ellendale—24. The board wjll return to Fargo in May 25, Twh,ett\|ids the MayviIlV:nbraal dormitory. The $20,000 appropriation made for this building by the Fifteenth assembly was vetoed by Governor Fnxier, but there is available $5J.U00 which has accumulated in the institution funds Ji'hich. will, provide a fair building even at present lieavv construction costs. Ask Requisitions. The board has advised all educa­ tional institutions under its control to file their- requisitions for supplies for the next half-year. The principal item to be purchase at this time will be fuel. Lignite Js jmrned almost ...

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. — 12 May 1917

ft- V,Vv' •4 3 '8 F0TJ1 y.f ,§ THE TRIBUNE at tbe P—tofBo. Blanarck, N. D„ SmobI Oaaa Matter. TOD gVBET DAT gXCBFT 8PNPAT 111— Bill Hill TITIlTiir IN ADVANCE Etolly, by mall or carrier. ytr month Daily, by mall, one year In North Dakota Pally, by mall onUlde of North Dakota, one year ... .. V.oo Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, three month!. 1.10 Dally, by mall In North Dakota three months Weekly, toy mall, per year '•S1) Member Audit Bureau of Circulation .tact WEATHER REPORT For 24 hours ending at noon May 12: Temperature at '7: 00 a. 4G Temperature at noon Highest yesterday Lowest yesterday Lowest last night Precipitation N°ne Highest wind velocity 1=- Forecast. For North Dakota: Fair tonight and Sunday not much change in temperature. 8 Lowest Temperatures Fargo 3C Williston 42 Grand Forks 37 Pierre 46 St. Paul 40 Winnipeg 32 Helena Chicago Swift Current Kansas City San Francisco r»o 52 ORRIS W. ROBERTS, (.j, ,L ^Meteorologist. Where there is a mother in the house, matters...

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. — 12 May 1917

IS '.A:V .:'•' u: I SATURDAY, APSIL 42, 1917. SOCIETY Mothers Day to Be Observed in Churches Mother's day will be observed in the capital city churches tomorrow. Special sermons and music will mark the day. At the .First Baptist church the Baraca club, composed of young men of the church, will present flowers to all mothers attending ,the morning service. Rev. Bruce E. Jackson, the pastor, has chosen as his theme the word "Mother." Dr. 'W. J. Hutcheson of the McCabe church -will -preach on "The Influence of a Motiher," and the Misses Ruth ella and Esther Taylor will sing a duet entitled "Mother." Dr. C. B. Hunt of the 'Second (battalion will sing a solo and the choir will sing Hart's "O, Come, Let Us Sing." The evening choir will sing "Souls of the Righteous" by Noble. Mrs. H. H. Steele will also sing. Rev. Hi. '0. .Postletliwaite of the Presbyterian ohurch will speak on "Motherhood Its Responsibilities and Reward." Special music will also feature the service. The various Lutheran c...

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. — 12 May 1917

SCOOP No games scheduled. REPORTER NATIONAL LEAGUE. Club- W. L. Pet. New York 12 Clii'cago .) .706 1 .640 St. Louis .. 12 9 'i 1 Philadelphia 10 ,.IUM Boston Si ,4 a Cincinnati .. 11 15 .42 Pittsburgh 15 .:!4S Brooklyn ... 1 12 .294 GAMES FRI.DAY. Pittsburgh 2 Boston •'!. (Ten in­ nings.) Cincinnati 2 New York S. St. Louis 0 Philadelphia -1. Chicago Brooklyn GAMES UNO AY. Pittsburgh at Boston. Club- R.H.R. Pittsburgh 1 Host on Batteries—1Carlson and Hndolpli Fisher and Gowdy. (Ten innings.) Cincinnati at New York. Club— IMI.K Cincinnati 2 4 3 New York .••••• 1(1 2 Batteiies-^Scfi'iifeider and Schupp llnlin and. Mccarty. St. L§bls at Philadelphia. Club— R- H. E. St. Louis A 3 2 Philadelphia *1 12 1 Batteries Doak and Oeschger Snyder and Killifer. Chicago at Brooklyn. Club— R- H- E Chicago 14 0 Brooklyn 5 13 3 .Batteries Prennergast and Mar quardt Elliott and Meyers. AMERICAN LEAGUE. %$ 4': Cluib— W. L. Pet. New York 12 7 .632 Chicago 14 12 .538 Cleveland 13 12 .520 iS't. Louis 10 .12...

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. — 12 May 1917

V:S SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1917 Real State age and previous employ­ ment. Good advancement to right parties. Salary and expenses. Write E. A. Langford, care Gen. Del., Bismarck, N. Dak. 5-7-6t WANTED—First-class barber "$20. Guardner & Porter. Call telephone C. Granger, Underwood, N. D. 5-8-6t WAINTE D—Bright young man for porter work. Must not be afraid of •work. Finney's Drug Store. 5-8-6t WANTED—First-class horse-shoer good wages board and room. Alt ply to G. A. Wolf, 512 W. Main. St., Mandan, N. Qsfe| & i-sAx* WANTED—Competent girl for gener al housework. Must be good cook. Family of two. Highest wages and permanent place to satisfactory maid. Phone 587 cr call at nue A. 5-9-6t WANTED—Competent girl for gen­ eral housework. Phone 625, or call at 20„4.ve. A. 5-9-4t WANTfcb —At once, girl for general housework in small family 7CM Ninth St Phone 719X.. 5-8-lt WANTED—Girl for housework no washing.'1A^tly Cowan's Drug store. 5-1-12t WANTED—iFive bright, capable la­ dies to trave...

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. — 12 May 1917

t' fttv SIGHT! te 1|ir: ov IPS'? $••'$•• wli V, I" It ¥S If rr? Y.\ "r I ffilL TO ORGANIZE 'M.~ mt Vice President of First National Bank Made Chairman in Place of G. H. Russ CALLED TO ATTEND STATE MEETING AT GRAND FORKS .Representatives J)'rom All Parts of North Dakota to Assemble Next Tuesday J. 'Leonard Bell will organize Bur­ leigh county for taking tip iis share of the "Liberty Loan." Mr. Bell ac­ cepted this responsibility today, re leiving George H. iRuss, Jr., who is called to Fort Snelling. The Bur­ 5 Passenger Touring or 4 Passenger Roadster *895 OTART The front axle is drop forged—I-beam sec­ tion abundantly strong. The wheel spindles are inclined enough for easy steering. The power-plant suspension is ai three points, eliminating any ill effect from twisting strains. The motor is an ideal four cylinder design -^3%" jcij -r-'-quick, powerful, silent. The wrtyuretor is a Stromberg with hot air Stove. 1 The two-unit Westinghouse system of electric starting, lighting and igni...

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. — 14 May 1917

f*.vk II &L .SEJf "f 1 The Weather tir Generally Fair. THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NO. 113 LANCEft DIES Mill GIVES SELF UP Hunts Up Judge Murray and Is Placed Under Bond at Mid­ night Session of Court ARRESTS FAIL TO STOP MAGIC CITY BALL GAME Both Sides Have Magistrates on Field and Get Quick Action —Lexington Closed FIRST ROUND. Mi not, N. D., May 14.—The first round of a legal battle between Olaf Olson and the State was 'staged today, when former As­ sistant Attorney General Francis Murphy appeared before Judge 'Leifihton seeking an order.^tp va •fiate ?. writ of seizure.-eeevjfd onH! Olson, proprietor of top- hotel, Saturday ^W}$v M»i:tne*K «i^0nd that the law covering the point is unconstitutional. Leigh ton upheld the contention of Mur. phy and an order was issued va­ cating the writ of seizure until the case comes up for hearing. This permits the hotel to be op­ erated as a hotel until evidence warranting the closing is produc­ ed. Brennan and Nestos appear­ ed for the State. Min...

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. — 14 May 1917

I#' TWO A 5» \, fi* 4i i.i.' &&> & "f^ 'J»i. --... .^!*7?-. ', III ESCAPE Dickinson Men Make Getaway Jiist Few Hours Before Time Leaving for Penitentiary Dickinson, X. D., May 14.—Sawing through two bars of their cell, Clif­ ford Lowell and George A. Baker, con­ victed box car thieves, escaped from the Starke county jail only a few liours before the arrival of the train "which was to have conveyed them to Bismarck to enter upon prison sen­ tences of eighteen months and one year, respectively. •Sheriff Hartung, arising early in the morning to make sure of his pri­ soners, found the birds had flown. A net was immediately spread in all directions, officers scouring the coun­ try in automobiles. A reward of $25 lias been offered for the capture of each of the men, and descriptions have been furnished officers through­ out. the slope. It is presumed that the saw with which Baker and Lowell gained their liberty was smuggled to them during the night by friends outside the ja...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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