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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 15 October 1914

PAGE TEN 0.1 TROOPS MASSED AT OSTEND TO COMBAT TEUTONS IN NORTH Attempt to Drive Allies' Left Wing Into the North Sea Indicated. CANADIAN CONTINGENT REPORTED AT SEAPORT Official war news is brief today, but •war office statements are not needed to make plain that momentous results hang on the fortunes of battles now being waged at vital points on the line that stretches from Alsace northern France to within 25 miles of the Straits of Dover. The heaviest fighting has been on the line of Lassigny and Lens. Todays official report from Paris says that the allies repulsed German attacks b&» tween Arras and the Oise, and that cavalry engagements continue in the region of La Basse, Estaires and Haze brouck. Special attention is directed to Ostend. There have assembled the greater part of the Belgian arm and about two-thirds of the British forces that escaped from Antwerp. It is lieved that the Germans are pushing forward to attack the city with the hopeps of capturing and using the por...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 22 October 1914

VOL. XXXVI. NO. 30. Battalions. BOTH GERMANS AND THE AUSTRIANS CLAIM GAINS When the Germans Try to Strengthen Walls, Explos ion Annihilates]^ h«r Berlin Reports Admit Resist ance Is Heavy In Its Ad vance Along Belgian Coast Battle Front, Oct. 21—The German invaders are meeting with a vigorous resistance in their effort at shortening. their lines and rest their right wing further southward upon the English channel. Much fighting is being done: in fogs. One position the French had fceen forced to vacate after taking it for the twelfth time and holding it ten hours, had been mined, and when the Germans re-occupied it and began strengthening its fortifications, a tre mendous explosion occurred, which is! «stimated to have annihilated three German battalions. Amsterdam, Oct. 21.—The following! official statement was issued today at Berlin: "The Germans advancing along the, coast from Ostend met hostile forces at Yser river near Nieuwport, where the fighting has been going on since last S...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 22 October 1914

PAGE TWO. ValleyCityTimes-Record CITY, NORTH DAKOTA WcAMKtption, $1.60 a year, in advance Stetorad at tne postoffice in Valley Mfy, 1%. Dak., as eocond class mail mwtar. Official Paper of Barnes County Governor 12 REPUBLICAN TICKET. Congressional U. S. Senator Asle J. Congressmen 1st District... 2nd District.. 3rd District.. Gronna el .George M. Young P. D. Norton State Officers. L. B. Hanna Lieutenant Governor John H. Fraine Secretary of State Thomas Hall State Auditor Carl O. Jorgenson State Treasurer John Steen Insurance Commissioner Walter C. Taylor Attorney General Henry J. Linde Commissioner of Agriculture & Laboi Robert F. Flint Commissioners of Railroads W. H. Stutsman O. P. Anderson W. H. Mann State Senator, 38th Dist. Martin Thoreson Members House of Reprecentative®, 38th Dist. A. P. Hanson Members of House of Representatives Di«t. Frank E. Ployhar COUNTY OFFICERS. Sheriff. James Kelly County Auditor Charles W. Nelson County Treasurer Thos. A, Collins Clerk of C°urt Ha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 22 October 1914

PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION. Tho followlag proposed amendments to the Constitution of tU« State of North Da kota, bavlug pushed the Twelfth and Thir teenth Legislative Assemblies, will be sub mitted to the electors of the State of North Dakota at the general election to be held November 3d, 1!H4, for approval or rejection. THOMAS HALL, Secretary of State. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE STATE CONSTITUTION. Chap. 83 (S. B. No. 5—Bessessen) 1911 Session Laws. Chap. 101 (S. B. ty. 32—Overson) 1913 Session Laws. PROVIDING FOR THE INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM AS TO LEGISLATION. Ts aasead Sec. SB of Article II of the Coaatltatloa to provide for the e»act n»t or repeal of Um or parts of lawh by the people by aseoaa of a Tote taksa at the polls, thna rrmmrr las to the people a part of the power, bow graalfd exelnalvety to the Iesla latare, to oaact or reject lawa. ft CONCURRENT RESOLUTION for an amendment to the Coastitutlon provid ing for the Initiative and referendum. Be It Resolved br...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 22 October 1914

PAGE FOUR. clear, and permanent peace Is -J." We keep the Quality Up and the Prices Down GERMANS ADVANCES BEING CHECKED BY ALLIED ARMY Decisive Results Expected Hourly—Russian Armies Said to Be Victorous, But Reports Conflicting. Loadoi, Oct. 20.—Roumania has no' iafrt the stream of Belgian course, was the decision reached at the cabinet meeting under the presidency of tlie new king, Ferdinand, which was attended by representatives of the various Roumanian parties, according to a wireless from Berlin. London, Oct, cheering, with 20.—Amid tumultuous Girls' and Boys' Union Suits in heavy weights, worth 75c at 45c Union Suits worth 65c at 39c Children's Wool Union Suits in fine quality, worth one dollar at 65c Ladies' Fine Ribbed Union Suits worth $1.00 at 75c Ladies' finest silk and wool mix ed Union Suits worth $3.00 at $1.95 Wonderful Bargains in Boy's, Ladies' and Misses, Sweaters Fifty dozen of Ladies' fln« cot ton Hose, worth 19c a pair, at 10o Ladies', Children's and Misses' Coa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 22 October 1914

Defective Eyesight Is a serious handicap to any child. Unless ycu are certain that your child's eyes are perfect, you should have us examine them at onoe. Our years of experience and scienti* fic* accurate examinations together with owr superior mechanical know ledge of fitting and adjusting Frames Mountings and Leases, has built our business and proven our work best. Why not see us at once A. Ross Butler Eyesight Specialist Office Over Grand Theatre THE CITY MONDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1914. James Grady, of the American Na tional bank, made an automobile trip to Hendrum, Minnesota, yesterday, and was accompanied by bis son Mas ter Ainslie Grady. Miss Carrie Green of Sanborn who spent Sunday in the city as the. guest of her parents on Fifth avenue return ed yesterday to again take up her school duties. Miss Alice Clarke who is a teacher in the public schools of Enderlin came down to Valley City last Saturday ev evening and spent Sunday visiting with Miss Madge Jacobs on Fifth Avenue. She re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 22 October 1914

PAGE SIX. ALLIES RECAPTURE TOWN OF YPRES IN Germans' Advance on Calais Is Checked, and Their Forces Retreat East ward. London, Oct. 16.—A Reuter's Amster dam correspondent says: "Sluis, Netherlands, reports fighting in the vicinity of Bruges. After a brief battle the Germans yesterday opened the way to Bruges. They ar rived at Bruges and Damme, four miles northeast of Bruges, this morn ing. They also appeared at Blanken- berghe, and are expected to arrive at Ostend today (Friday)." London, Oct. 16.—Two great battles, one in Northern France and Belgium, the other in Russian Poland, both with a front of 300 miles, have reached their height, but the public is allowed only an occasional glance of their pro gress through official communications, which frequently are widely at var iance. From French reports it appears that the western battle is going slowly, but surely in favor of the allies. Under pressure of the allies, Germans who had started to advance on Calais, and other French coas...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 22 October 1914

1 W 'i Legal Advertisments NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL RE PORT AND MAKING DISTRIBU TION OF ESTATE. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUN ty of Barnes. In County Court, be fore Hon. O. H. deS Irgens, Judge. In the Matter of the Estate of Henry Straks, Deceased. Priscilla N. Straks, Executrix, vs. Priscilla N. Straks, John H. Straks, Pe tronella N. Straks, Jessie P. Straks, of Congressional, State, District and County officers as follows: Congressional Officers are: One United States Senator. One Congressman for the 2nd Con gressional District. Estate Officers are: s|One Justice of the Supreme Court. •^Governor. Lieutenant Governor. Secretary of the State. State Auditor. State Treasurer. Superintendent of Public Instruction. Commissioner of Insurance. Attorney General. Commissioner of Agriculture and La bor. Three Railroad Commissioners. District Officers are: One Senator to represent 38th District, which district consists of Precincts 13, 14, 19, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 22 October 1914

PAOI BIOHT. Tliuot iKi.ts The hall Sneak thieves entered three resi dences in Bismarck and secured loot amounting to $200. The thief worked •In twe places without being seen or •heamfl, but in the third place a roomer •wakened only to find himself looking Into the business end of a gun. A good, description of the men has been secured. 1 News of the State The Kenmar© Com Club will hold a big contort Oct. 28, 29 and 30. A freight engine jumped the track while switching in the Wahalla yards. It is stated that the Standard Oil Co. is to establish a station at Maddock. The farmers over the state are black ening the landscape by newly plowed! fields. police officers found sticks of dynamite hidden in the sixteen'right The loss is esti- lost fortunate in saving goods. The Goodfellows of Mandan are col lecting clothes, furniture and food for the victims of the prairie fires near that place. The Spellum store at Loraine was broken into and about $100 worth of overcoats and other clothing and...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 22 October 1914

VOL. XXXVI. NO. 30. STATE NORMAL SCHOOL IS WELL REPRESENTED SeveralFacultyMembersWill Take Part On Program of Educational Association ALOHNI TO BANQUET TOO The State Normal school here will toe well represented on the programs of the North Dakota Educational As sociation which opens its annual ses sions at Bismarck next Wednesday. Prof. Rudolph Acher, of the depart ment of educational psychology, will address the section on Higher and Professional Education on Thursday afternoon on the subject of "Eugenics and the Public Schools." On Friday afternoon, Prof. L. B. Mc Mullen, of the science department, will address the science and mathematics section on Everyday Physics." "The Criterion of Value Applied to Ancient History" will be the subject of Prof. S. H. Dodson, of the history and social science department on the same afternoon, before the History, Civics and Social Science Section of the As sociation. Before the section of Industrial Edu cation, Miss Nellie W. Farnsworth, of the s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 22 October 1914

PAGE TEN •j "S REPUBLICAN PARTY. United States Senator Asle J. Gronna Representative 'n Congress 2nd Dist George M. Young Governor L. B. Hanna Lieutenant Governor John H. Fraine •. Secretary of St^te Thomas Hall State Auditor Carl O. Jorgenson State Treasurer John Steen Attorney General Henry J. Linde Commissioner of Insurance Walter C. Taylor Commissioner of Agriculture and La bor Robert F. Flint Commi*sioner of Railroads 0. P. N. Anderson W. H. Mann W. H. Stutsman State Senator 38th Dirt. Martin Thoreson Members House Representatives 38th Dist. A. P. Hanson Members House Representatives, 15th Dist. Frank E. Ployhar Sheriff James Kelly. County Auditor Charles W. Nelson. County Treasurer r. Thos. A. Collins Clerk of Court Harry N. Olsby Register of Deeds O. M. Roe. r" Stage's Attorney 1 M. J. Englert County Judge 0. H. deS. Irgens .1 County Surveyor C. A. Myhre Coroner N. O. Holberg Commissioner 1st Dist. Henry T. Lee Commissioner 2nd Dist, Thos. Gudmestad Justices of Peace John Gib...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 22 October 1914

I span bay geldings, wt. 2900, 7 & 1 span bay and black geldings, wt. 3000, 9 and yrs old 1 span bay geldings, wt. 2800, 6 and 8 yrs. old 1 span sorrel mares, wt. 2600, 11 years old 1 span bay and grey gelding, wt. 2800, 7 and 10 years old 1 black gelding, wt. 1500, 12^years old 1 Lumber Wagon and Grain Tank 3 Wagons with Racks 1 Surry 1 Platform Wagon 1 Single Buggy 3 ering Binders with Trucks 2 Deering five foot cut Mowers 1 Achine Mower 2 Hay Rakes 2 Bull Rakes 2 twenty Van Brunt Single Disk Drills 3 Emerson Gang Plows 1 Disk, sixteen disks 2 Boss Harrows 1 set Bob Sleighs 1 Deering Corn Harvester 1 Moline Corn Planter 1 two horse Case Corn Cultivator FROM SATURDAY'S DAILY SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17,1914. Mrs. W. N. Palmer returned home today from her visit at nneapolis. Miss May Schmoll same down from Sanborn last evening to spend Sunday with her mother on Sixth Avenue. L. P. Hyde returned last evening from Jamestown where he has been spending several daye attending to matters of ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 22 October 1914

PAGE TWELVE CONGRESSMAN HELGESON CHARGES GOVERNMENT EXTRAVAGENCIES In an interview last tight, Congress man H. T. Helgesen scored the De mocratic extravagances and declared that the war revenue bill recently passed authorizing the collection of $105,000,000 is not necessitated by tha European war, as the Democrats would li&ve the people believe, but by tha act that they have made such enor mous expenditures that it is necessary to raise more revenue than ever be fore in the history of the govrenment. "The Democrats," said Mr. Helge sen, "are trying to convince the people that their revenues would have been sufficient to cover expenses had the war not broken out in Europe. As a matter of fact that is not true, and this is just where the shoe pinches. "The revenues for the coming year are estimated at $1,027,453,000, while the appropriations amount to $1,143, 568,777. So the congressional records show that the appropriations and auth orizations for next year are about $116,000,000...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 29 October 1914

VOL. XXXVI. NO. 31. CANAL FILLED WITH DEAD GERMAN SOLDIERS Lo^s On Both Sides Continue to Mount Into Thousands Daily—Russians Claim to Be Making Advances Con tinually. Liverpool, Oct. 28.—The admiralty warns ship owners that the Germans have succeeded in laying mines around the north coast of Ireland. London, Oct. 28.—The German raid on channel ports seems to have been checked for the time being, or, at anr rate, the Germans hare made lit tle if any progress since they succeed ed in crossing the Yser canal on Sun day last. However, 'they are still pushing, with all the forces at their command, meeting with the most stubborn resistance from the French, British and Belgian troops. Loses on both sides continue to be In proportion to the fierceness of the battle, which means that they are greater than those of any battle since war was declared. Along the coast, where the allies are assisted by French and British warships, they ap parently have more than held their own, after inflicting ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 29 October 1914

PAGE TWO. ey CityTlmes-Hecord COTT, NORTH A4KOTA 4 UNT $1.60 a year, In advance at tn» postofflce la Valley Oak., as second claaa mall Official Paper of Barnes County 12 EVERYBODY'S TICKET. Vote For Women. REPUBLICAN TICKET. Congressional. W. I. Senator Asia J. Gronna Omcresimen 1st District H. T. Helgesen 2nd District... .George M. Young Ird District P. D. Norton State Officera. Dovernor L. B. Hanna Lieutenant Governor John H. Fraine Secretary of State Thomas Hall Btate Auditor Carl 0. Jorgenson Btate Treasurer John Steen Insurance Commissioner Walter C. Taylor Attorney General Henry J. Linde Commissioner of Agriculture ft Laboi Robert F. Flint Commissioners of Railroads W. H. Stutsman O. P. Anderson W. H. Mann State Senator, 38th Dist. Martin Thoreson Members House of Reprecentative8, 38th Dist. A. P. Hanson Members of House of Representatives Di«t. Frank E. Ployhar COUNTY OFFICERS. Sheriff. James Kelly County Auditor Charles W. NelsoQ. County Treasurer Thos. A. Collins Clerk of C...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 29 October 1914

I P10POSED AMENDMENTS!# THE CONSTITUTION. Tk* fotlowlag pr*po«e4 amendments to tka Gonstltutloa of tke State of North Da k*t&, bavlag pfUMed the Twelfth and Thir teenth LeelilttlTe Assemblies, will be sub Bitted to the electors of the State of North Dakota at the general election to ke held November 3(1, 1014. for approval or C«J«Ctto». THOMAS HALL, Secretary of State. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE STATE CONSTITUTION. Ckap. (S. B. No. 5—Besaessen) 1911 Session Laws. Chap. Ml (S. B. 82—Overton) 1813 Session Laws. PROVIDING FOR THE IHITIATIVB AMD RTMBNDDM AS TO LEGISLATION. Ts aasead See. SB Article II the Constitution to provide far tke eaact •seat or repeal of law* «r parts mt lawk kr the people ky aeaaa of a vote takom at the polls, thai reserv liK te the peeple a part ef tke power, aow granted exclaalvely to tke lesla latare, te eaact or tejeet lawa. CONCURRENT RESOLUTION for an amendment te tke Constitution provid ing for the Initiative and referendum. De It Resolved by the Senat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 29 October 1914

total FOUR. CANADA PLACED HERSELF OUTSIDE THE MONROE DOCTRINE Washington, Oct. 27. Although Germany contends that Canada, by sending troops against Germany, has violated the spirit of the Monroe doc trine. Germany has no intention of attacking Canada, nor attempting to colonize that dominion, according to a statement issued by the German em bassy. The statement follows: "The German point of view is that joining in a European war, Canada has put herself outside the plane of the Monroe doctrine, but Germany has not the intention of attacking Canada, nor colonizing Canada." This statement is an amplification of the view expressed yesterday by MURDERER DIES AFTER BLOWING HIS EYES OUT La Moure, N. D., Oct. 28.—Edward Lawrence, who four weeks ago mur dered his stepdaughter, Miss Ida Foat, is dead of injuries he inflicted on himself at the time of the mur der. Jealousy over the girl, aged 21 years, because of attentions she re ceived from young men about the city, in the face of his objeot...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 29 October 1914

THE CITY Brine your Potatosa, Eggs and But ter to the Farmers' Mercantile Com pany's store and get the top prloes. I PROM MONDAY'S DAILY MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1914. Mr. and Mre. Carl Scramstead of Nome are among the out of town call ers in Valley City today. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Stevens and fam ily of Oakes, were Valley City visitors over Sunday, and were registered at the Hotel Kindred. Mt. and Mrs. John Enerson will move this week into their fine new home on the corner of Fourth street and Seventh avenue. Their former home will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. H. E. West. Miss May Schmoll who teaches at Sanborn returned, last evening after spending the week-end at the home of her mother, Mrs. P. A. Schmoll on Sixth Avenue. and back handle, each Hallow'een Novelties The Misses Florence and LaVerna Busdicker, 201 First street, have as their guest Miss Olive Leaf, from Wi nona, Minnesota. Miss Leaf is a form er school mate of the girls, and will spend some time here visiting. Robert Kee and M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 29 October 1914

PAGE 81X. NORTHWEST PROSPERITY LEADS N. P. TO SPEND $2,000000 ON CARS St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 22.—Equipment tions, however, no action was taken, orders aggregating nearly $2,000,000 An improvement in the outlook for will he placed by the Northern Pacific business and confidence in the solidity railway in the near future. Requests of the northwest's commercial founda for bids on the proposed purchases tion led to a decision to proceed witt were sent out late yesterday to the: the project at once. The new cara principal car manufacturers of the will be ready to go Into lerrlcs earlj country. inext summer for the handling of the The order will be one of the largest large tourist traffic expected to come placed by the Northern Pacific or any through St. Paul on its way to thft of the railways of the Northwest in Panama-Pacific exposition at San Fran several years. cisco. The final decision of the board of di*. rectors of the company to obtain the ||Ai)n I AM TEH equipment during the winte...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 29 October 1914

it Ait, I m, SM 'W wisL Legal Advertisments NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE SALE. Whereas default has been made In the terms and conditions of that cer tain mortgage, made, executed and de livered by Andrew S. Rudd and Cor nelia Rudd, his wife, mortgagors, to N. L. Neshelm, mortgagee, dated the 23rd day of May, A. D. 1906, filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for Barnes County, State of North Dakota, on the 23rd day of May, A. D. 1906, at the hour of three o'clock and thirty minutes in the afternoon, and recorded In Book "26" of Mortgages, at page 265, which de­!10, fault consists in a failure to pay the taxes and insurance on the property covered by said mortgage, and the principal and interest secured thereby, and the same being overdue Now, Therefore. Notice is hereby given, that said mortgage will be fore closed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and hereinafter de scribed, at the front door of the court house in the city of Valley City, in the ...

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