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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 May 1917

TUESDAY, B|AY 22,1917. FOR SALE—Seven-room 'house with bath, furnace, fulF basement, 75-ft. front facing south, flvelloc from down town. Price 3,800.00 Terms 1800.00 cash and #«0rf.0© per year at 6 per cent and assume |1,©Q0.00 mortgage.' FOR SALE—^Nine-room bouse, mod em with hot. .water furnace and ,60-.. foot front facing east on corner lot, three Mocks from down town. Price 17,500.00 Tews, $4 0«0.00 cash, balance on easy tepng. FOR SALE—Eight-room, house, mod era with, hot water heat, facing east, four blocks from down town! Price $5,250.00. Terms $2,000.00 cash, balance, bn easy terms. FOR SALE—Farming lots in the new Lincoln addition on reasonable terms and easy payments. j-.. .. J\ IF. Ei Youiij Real HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Woman cook, smairhotel Address Zap Hotel, Zap, N. D. 5-22-3t WANT ED—Competent girl, for ^gen­ eral housework. Mrs. 323 Third St. ji ..Gao. W.i !.T^5-22-3t W.ill, WANTED—Dish washer and laundry girl, at Bismarck hospital, »-$2-ot WANTED—Competent, experi...

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. — 22 May 1917

BIGHT J' .p.'. IV •••••(•A-&-/ if furors Dismissed, Bond Con­ tinued, and Case Goes Over to Next Term INTERESTING GRAIN CASE ON TRIAL BEFORE AMIDON After remaining out 24 hours, the jury in the case of the United States versus Joseph Couture, who is charg­ ed with complicity in horse stealing operations in the Standing Rock res­ ervation, advised Judge Amidon at noon today tha.t it was unable to agree, and the jurors were dismissed. Cout lire's bond was continued, and the case goes over until (he next term of court. It took a jury just live minutes this morning to decide that Maurice Hro dahl was not guilty of illegally int.ro- Boy Scout Store for •o.V We're head-quarters Scout Apparel. We arc ready for instant service in these goods. BERGESON'S Store open from 7:30 to 6:30 Closed Sundays and Evenings SALAD AN* COOKING Jr All THE pure oil from the heart 1 of golden corn—for all gen­ eral cooking Mid salad dress­ ings. Mazola gives better re­ sults than butter, lard or com­ pound...

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. — 23 May 1917

The Weather Generally Fair. THIRTY-SEVENTH TEAR, NO. 121 IN REGISTRARS Special Authority Conveyed To day in Message to Governor Frazier NORTH DAKOTA SECOND REGIMENT SEEMS SURE Altho Not Regarded Probable Here, Washington Says New Unit Is Asked Authority to swear in registrars for June 5 is conferred upon every post­ master and mail carrier in North Da kota by special instructions received this morning by Governor Frazier. In a majority of tbe counties of the state this work already is well under way. In a majority of instances, the sheriff and his deputies, each accompanied by a notary, has visited every pre­ cinct. This plan was adopted by Sheriff French, who had four cars em­ ployed yesterday in scouring the coun­ ty and lining up the registrars- His list for Burleigh county now is com­ plete and will be one of the first filed with the governor. To Report Tomorrow A report' to the governor of the ap­ pointment of registrars and the con­ dition of supplies—a sort of "when you're re...

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 May 1917

\c fi 5» S !S v. I ft' --*y. i, TWO Pi' i". sr :Ei' Joseph White Convinced Now Father-in-Law to Be Didn't Approve Suit May 23.—Officers the John llolniaii Baker, Mont., who hastened to place seeking the corpse of Joseph. White, whose murder was confessed toy James Jordan, when he drove to Baker and gave himself up, lound AVhite very much alive and much an­ gry. with a bullet hole through his hand and various other perforations where they should not, be. White was brought to a hospital here and a small portion of his hand was ampu­ tated. It was because he sought the hand of Janies Jordan's daughter that the latter went to the Holnmn pla,ca and shot up his unwelcome \you4d-l sou-in-law. The suitor is tilt, and the girl in her teeite ANSWER THE Ul Bismarck People Should Not Delay. If your kidneys are inflame*!, Don't stand around and do noth­ ing. Like a (ire, it ,w ll soon be beyond control. You will get the alarm in tinicv Backache, or dizziness or disorders of the urine. Heed the w...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 May 1917

'r •i WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1917. FINE CHIP AND Ml Major Frank S. Henry Pleased With Efficiency Shown at Training- School NORTH DAKOTA'S QUOTA INCLUDES TRAINED VETS That Fort Snelling is a line camp and the material which is being man­ ufactured into officers there the very best is the opinion of Major Frank S. Henry, who returned yesterday from a several days' visit at the big train­ ing school, where 2,000 embryo com­ manders are being "put through their paces. iXorth Dakota's quota in particular —and the state has a few more men at camp tha» it is really entitled to— makes a splendid showing, states Ma­ jor Henry. Many of the Flickertail candidates are veterans of the Philip­ pine campaign or are non-coms who saw service in the Mexican campaign and who took their discharge on re­ turning home. The latter have been pressed into service drilling awkward squads, and they are having the time of their lives ordering around bank presidents, railroad chiefs and the busy sons of the i^lle r...

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 May 1917

'A rtsiv vjfl? JUFY- 2M4V Iraki vl fOXJI if 4* N THE TRIBUNE it tkl HwtoMwt D., leeoni a*» Matter. (SaiTKD BVHRT DAT UXCKPT BUNDAT •UMCUPTION *ATM PATAWJi IN AOTAMC1 rwu. by mall or carrier, par month Jt .W Daily, by mall, one year In North Dakota 4.00 Daily, by matt outside of North Dakota, one year ...... 1.00 Dally, by mall outride of North Dakota, three month*. 1.10 Dally, by mall In North Dakota three montha Weekly, by mall, per year 1-60 M«mter Audit Bureau of Circulate* in» BTATHTS OLDEST NMWiPAPl (btakllaM MT| WEATHER REPORT. For 24 hours ending at noon May «2'J5: oo Temperature at 7 a. Temperature at noon 64 Highest yesterday Lowest yesterday Lowest, last night '1 Precipitation Highest wind velocity 12-N Forecast. For North Dakota: Fair tonight and Thursday slightly warmer tonight. Fargo Wllliston Lowest Temperatures IJ 158 Grand Forks 27 Pierre iSt. Paul Winnipeg Helena 40 2& 44 Chicago j™ Swift Current Kansas City 44 San Francisco 48 ORRIS W. ROBERTS, ,i Meteorogolist...

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. — 23 May 1917

Tj- -1 I! Is ^e&£i>f„..'^ "'"r::"! 7 .'' WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1917. SOCIETY Alumni banquet to The annual high school alumni ban­ quet will be held Friday evening June 8, in the MeKenzie hotel. This an­ nual event will be one of the biggest social affairs of the commencement season. An elaborate program of toasts is being arranged. Women of the capital city country club will dispense of social activities {his season and will sew for the Red Cross. A meeting of the women of the club will.be held shortly to make def­ inite plans for active Red Cross work at the club house. Committees will be appointed at that time to carry on the work- Owing to the K^isis'Wnch confronts the country, tli«' fclub ^IftroSfc'"will not be formally opened Memorial day as SEWS FOR RED CROSS A party of six girls met last evening with Miss Verna Wright at her home in Third street, and spent the evening sewing Red Cross articles. (HIIU'H SOCIETY MEETING The Ladies' Aid society of the First Baptist church wi...

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 May 1917

BIX L^ lw 4 I W $• v- $1 &' Cfnno 5Ca?-60 Boston Brooklyn St. Louis THE CUB DWUUr REPORTEF OUT AND Qer A 5T0RY ON'W^Kfc-UFWIERlCA LOOK AROUND FOR SIGN* OF- OUR PEOPLE. REAUZINOtW EY NATIONAL LEAGUI Club— AMERICAN LEAGUE. Clulb— W. L. Boston 18 10 New York 17 10 Chicago 2? 13 Cleveland 18 17 St. Louis 15 18 "Washington 13 17 Detroit 11 18 Philadelphia 9 20 Washington at Chicago. JCew York at Cleveland. Boston at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Detroit. Hs^ w- L. 'Philadelphia ...IS New York Chicago 21 St. Louis 1° Cincinnati Pet. .tu .ti40 .fil8 .517 .424 .417 .400 .35 5 9 14 19 14 15 20 14 10 lfl Pittsburgh I1 GAMES TUESDAY-. Pittsburgh, i1 New York, 0. Philadelphia, 8 Chicago, ti. Brooklyn, St. Louis, 1. Boston-Cincinnati game postponed because of rain. GAMES THURSDAY. Cincinnati at Philadelphia. Chicago at New York. St. Louis at Boston. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. Pittsburgh at New York. Club— K- H-E Pittsburgh 1 New ork 4 Batteries—Liller and Fischer An­ derson and Rariden. Chicago at...

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 May 1917

g| !-\, 4 .i WBDNfcSDAY, BUY 23, 1^17. .V.. », mi ii rr igivi ii 'iU lyJM FOR SALE—Seven-room house with bath, furnace, full basement, 75-ft. front facing south, five blocks from down town: Price $3,800.00 Teyms $800.00 cash, and fjOO.O© per year at 6 per cenj and assume $1,600.00 mortgage. FOR SALE—Nine-room house, mod era with hot water furnace and 60 foot front facing east on corner lot, three blocks from down town. Price $7,500.00 ^Terms, $4,000.00 cash, balance "on easy terms. FOR-SALE—Eight-room house, mod­ ern with hot water heat, facing east, four blocks from down town. Price $5,250.l00. Terms $2,000.00 cash, balance on easy terms. FOR SALE—Farming lots in the new Lincoln addition on reasonable terms and easy payments. HELP WANTED MALI WANTED—Messenger boy, at the Western Union. Call at office. 3-27-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—-Girl to assist in house­ work: 607 Sixth St. 5-22-2t WANTED—Girl for washing dishes and waiting table at Finney's foun­ tain. Must be neat and tidy....

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. — 23 May 1917

fV 'i4- 4, KILLING RESULT M'.J-.: .. ,x 1 tear Kr* Wl HO LOVE AFFAIR Lehman, Alleged Slayer Wetzstein, Had Paid Court of to Latter's Wife LESLIE SIMPSON WILL DEFEND ACCUSED MAN Prisoner Has Money and Father Is Wealthy Retired Farmer at St. Paul (Special to Tribune.) Dickinson, N. D., May 23.--Further details of Richardton's Sunday kill­ ing, the second alleged munior which that peaceful little village lias wit­ nessed within a fortnight, slowly are leaking out from the testimony of eye-witnesses of the tragedy. The murdered man today rests in an untimely giu'i The wif•*. i-idir^.-t cause of the tragedy, through no fault of her own other than the fact that she proved equally attractive to two men and could wed but one of them. Is again in the Dickinson hospital, where she left her bed Sunday even­ ing to hasten to the home of her dy­ ing husband. The alleged slayer is in the county jail here, in a cell ad­ joining that occupied by Mike Chamak who less than twenty days ago star­ tled ...

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. — 24 May 1917

Frx)g£V' h«.S r. the Weather. Generally Pair. THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NO Little Activity Reported on West Front Due to Inclement Weather GERMAN REACTION ALONG FRENCH LINES TODAY Zeppelins in Raid Over England it E iv Work AMERICAN UNITS ARRIVE. London, May 24. American army engineers made a call early today on Ambassador Page and later separated for conferences with war office officials. They were entertained at luncheon by the Earl of Derby, secretary for war. American khaki is very much in evidence in London. A num­ ber of additional officers and hos­ pital units have arrived and American nurses already have be­ come a familiar sight to the Lon­ don public. More than 1,000 per­ sons belonging to the American army now are in London. (By Associated Press.) The Zeppelins and submarines fig­ ure most prominently in the war news today with a raid toy airships on Norfolk, England, and the sinking of the 14,0004on transport Transylvania, officially reported. The submarine did its deadliest ...

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. — 24 May 1917

i? \wY'~1: if .s 1 1 *f 20 AT TIE FORKS Proceeds of Annual Meet of Cal­ edonian Athletic Associa tion to Red Cross Grand Forks,"*. D., May 24- The association's highland pipers and kil­ tie band of pieces, Scotch sports and a great outpouring of patriotism will mark the celebration of Loyalty day, June 20, by the Xonhwest Cale­ donian association, which will bring to this city thousands of Scots from the American northwest and Canada. Special trains from Diiluth. the twin cities, Winnipeg and oth^r points have been promised, and local Scotch clans throughout the country are co­ operating in an effort to assure the success of the big meeting, whoso proceeds will be turned into the lied Cross fund. OIL FEVER SEIZES EDGELtV CITIZENS KIM KIEL E SiOPl r,:'- tfjj Companies May Be drganiz^tl to Prospect for Petroleum Near Village Edgeley, X. D„ May 24— The dis­ covery of oil at a depth of Hod leet on tlie Henry Pickford J'arin, near •Dickey, has resulted in a serious at­ tack of oil fever ...

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. — 24 May 1917

SDAY MAY 24, 1917. hWSP Brennan Declares Manager De­ clines to Let His Girls Tell Their Stories 'Miiiot, N\ D., May 24.—"it was made absolutely cleqj- today tliat lo­ cal officials of the Northern States Power company are at'.amptins to hamper the prosecution in the case against Judge Palda. Manager Mc Gujre of the Northern States Power company directed 'Northern States telephone girls, present at the inci­ dent in the telephone exchange the night of the raid, to refuse to talk to any representative of the prosecu­ tion unless Judge Palda, or his at­ torney, Dudley Nash, were present. When the prosecution asked to be permitted to talk to the girls, Avho Avere subpoenaed by both the state and defense, to find out what testi­ mony they would give in the presence of neutral cpunsel to be selected by the power company, Manager Mc Guire flatly refused to grant the re­ quest! 'He stated he was acting on the.advice of Judge aPlda, the de­ fendant, who is also local attorney for the Norther...

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. — 24 May 1917

'ft- rous C1 &•• N /k\ •p' mux-' it fffiis llffe' S.fe' fi' I V.iJ) u*r "P:? it :f -IJ 5V*f' THE TRIBUNE at the PuMlo^ P., iMOBi C9ih Matter. N. HSUKD EVERY DAT KZCKPT SUNDAY •UMGVPTION KATBi PATAXLI IN iOTiNCI Efclly, by mall or carrier, pit month •••••((••••(•••in ,»W Dally, by mall, on* year In North Dakota ,4 4.00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, one year ..... 1.00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, three months. 1.S0 Dally, by mall In North Dakota three months l.M Weekly, toy mall, per year 1.60 Mtonber Audit Bureau of Clreulatloa STATBTB OLDEST NBWSFAMB (feUMlaM lim WEATHER REPORT. For 24 hours ending at noon May 24: Temperature at 7 a. 44 Temperature at noon *9 Highest yesterday J1 Lowest yesterday pi Lowest last night 36 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 84NW Forecast. For North Dakota: Fair tonight Friday partly cloudy in east portion probably showers and cooler in the west portion. Lowest Temperatures ..... 34 42 30 48 40 ..... 30 44 44 42 54 48 F'a...

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. — 24 May 1917

$ •»,]! ^^TOUBjSlt)AY MAY 24, 1917. •The Fortnightly club, at a meeting Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. F. S. Talcott on the Penitentiary road, de­ cided to meet every two weeks dur­ ing the summer months to sew for the Red Cross. Every member of the club has joined the Red Cross chapter and will devote considerable of thpir time for its support. A meet­ ing will be held Monday with Mrs. •Nf. Pv Ramstad of fourth street, to sew for the Bismarck section, which will, leave for France as soon as or­ ders lire received from the govern imnit. The club has eliminated the annual banquet as a step in doing their. bit in conservation. ^Officers for the year were named, 'Green Stockings" Given Splendid Presentation ."Green Stockings," Mason's come­ dy, which entertained theatre-goerb for many seasons, was given a splen did presentation last evening by thp junior class of the high school a' the penitentiary auditorium. "Green Stockings" will be given Friday even­ ing in the Auditorium as the jun...

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. — 24 May 1917

-if viio JSEL. ft" r.^"1 -V\ .-. V"'«T-": M' ir jV \A' IN- 11 !i it I 1 i' I.I: -4. if' 111 11f' I CfftAn THE CUB 3WUy!r REPORTER fclub— W. L. Pet. Philadelphia J!J .yiy New York ...: 17 .1)34 St. Louis 15 ]4 .517 Chicago 12 Cincinnati 1 4 2U .112 Boston ". j-o 11 .417 Brooklyn to 15 .400 Pittsburgh 11 20 .U55 GAMES WEDNESDAY. Philadelphia, 5 Cincinnati, 1. New York, 5 Chicago, 3. Boston-St. Louis, and Pittsburgh Brooklyn games postponed on ac­ count of rain. GAMES FRIDAY. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Philadelphia. Chicago at New York. St. Louis at Boston. Cincinnati at Philadelphia. Club— R. H. E. Cincinnati 1 2 0 Philadelphia 5 12 1 Batteries—Toney and iWingo Alex­ ander and Killifer. Chicago at New York. Club— R. H. E. Chicago ... 3 8 2 New York 3 7 2 Batteries—Vaughn and Wilson Schupp and McCarthy. AMERICAN LEAGUE. .#•••••••••»»• 8» J» Clulb— W. L. Pet. Boston 1!) 10 .(iiifj Chicago ,23 KJ .03!) New York 17 10 .030 Cleveland is 17 .514 St. Louis 15 I!) .141 Washington 1...

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. — 24 May 1917

THURSDAY MAY £4, 1017. F. E. You FOR SALE—Seren-roop hoifse with bath, furnace, full basetifeaffi1-jftft. front facing soivtb, fiv£ blocks* frtun down town. Price $3,800.00 Teipmis 800.00 cash and j?er -$£&• at 6 per cent.igd assume JJl,(^l|r mortgage. FOR SALE-r^Nlne-room house, DM# em with hot water, furnace and 60-|: foot front facing east on corner lot, three blocks from down to^rn. Price $7,500.00 Terms, $4.0%W: HELP WANTED MALI~ WANTED—Messenger hoyj $t the Western Union. Call "at office. 3-27-tf HELP, WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Competent maid for gen eral housework, family of two. Must be fcood cook. $30 to start. Ad­ dress box 164, Tribune ofiice. 5:23-3t WANTED—Lady clerk at Western Union. 5:23-tf WANTED—Girl for washing liltiei and waiting table at Finney's foun tain:-~M02tbene'at'and tidy. 5:23-Gt WANTFCD—Woman cook, small hotel FOR SALE—House of eipht rooms and bath, jnodern, clpse in. Price $3,200. Will take automobile as part payment. FOR-SALE—House of six rooms, good ba...

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. — 24 May 1917

jr^ ^t Vi* t^T* Rgf I fe #. LEADERS THINK 4t- rf fo\ is,. ij &> Political Plans and Legislative Activities Are Proceeding on That Basis By GILSON GARDNER. Washington, May 24.—Congress has decided President Wilson is a candi­ date for a third term. Political plans and legislative activities are proceed­ ing on this assumption. iMany people will feel tnat the third question is premature at this time. There are three years before the next national democratic convention. Much will happen in these years. (Nevertheless, there must be a pres­ ent answer to the third term ques­ tion for every man who lives in poli­ tics. Political futures depend on the answer. Will Champ Clark be the next democratic candidate? Will Roosevelt have his hat in the ring again? Will the next campaign be fought on the war issue? These questions every member of '~t.he house and nearly every member of the senate, have been discussing in cloak rooms and settling one way or the other. A president finishing 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. — 25 May 1917

SB The Weather SHOWERS TY-8EVENTH YEAB, NO, 123 now ami ITERS Base for Major Wright Transfer­ red to Big Military Post South of Town COMPANY OF INFANTRY TO BE STATIONED HERE No General Mobilization of Guard Ordered—Paymaster Here Giving Out Checks Through orders issued from central department headquarters at Chicago Major Dana Wright, in command of the Second battalion, North Dakota Infantry, bas transferred his head­ quarters to Fort Lincoln, and one company of infantry, which has been on duty elsewhere, is assigned to iNbrth Dakota's million-dollar. military post Just south of the city. No general mobilization of the, state troops has 'been ordered. The shift announced today, has been contem plated for some time, and is due to the fact that a western outpost which has been guarded by the, North Da­ kota national guard, is transferred from the central to the western de­ partment and no longer comes within the jurisdiction of this department, and for the further reason that a guard ...

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. — 25 May 1917

,1 I yi f'Hli y-:: BASE HOSPITAL Committee at Work on Project Which Has Approval of Am­ erican Red Cross Aberdeen, S. D-, May 23.—A base hospital with 500 beds and a stall' ol 19fi, consisting of l'8 physicians and surgeons two dentists, two labora­ tory assistants, a Uoentgen-ray oper­ ator: a chaplain, ."0 nurses, 2" nurses' orderlies, So mile attendants and 13 civilians is planned for South Da­ kota. Drs. John Adams and T. J. l)ever eaux are a committee in charge of the project, with permission from Col. Jefferson R. Kean, director-general for military relief of the American lied Cross. HHEEN SHIPPING IS PABALVZtO BV Sill Freight Handlers Demand In­ crease in Wages and Sfeprt er Hours Aberdeen, flipping 'out of Aberdeen is temporarily held up (by a strike of GO freight handlers in the local station of the Milwaukee line. Increased wages and shorter hours arc the demands of the strik­ ers. FDRREB ROIIND CITY Death of J. H. Kipp, Veteran of liA ...I .jj^sy^ectioo, Reported at S ,89...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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