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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 27 June 1917

rtttft—tir FOR SALE--0ix-room house with bath, basement, lurnace, screened porches and range, with barn, three blocks from down town for $3,000.00. Terms, $800.00 cash, balance month­ ly payments on easy terms. FOR SALE—Seven-room house with, furnace, bath and other modern im­ provements, nice yard with trees. Can be rented for two families near the schools of city. Price $3,100.00. Terms, $1,200.00 cash, bal­ ance reasonable. FOR SALE—Six-room house, modern, with hot air furnace, full basement, ^bath, nice yard and trees, between north ward school and high school. Price $3,200.00. Terms, $1,200.00 cash, balance reasonable. Tel. No. 78 Office® in HBLP WANTED MALI WANTED—German-speaking stenog­ rapher and. ^bookkeeper, male with law experience preferred. No alien need apply. V. H. Crane, Mott, IN. D. «-27-2t WANTED—Boy '15 or lfi years old. Call 109 Third St. 6-25-3t WANTED—'Man to. make toast and hot cakes also vegetable cook. Ap­ ply chef, Grand Pacific hotel. 6-27-3t B0V WANTEb J....

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. — 27 June 1917

SIGHT •'.•••• h. 1 r&t Si •Ma :?k m-- WAR LEGISLATION HAS BOOZE ON RUN Nation-Wide Prohibition or Drastic Reform of Liquor Traffic Seems Certain Liquor Men Troubled By L. HARPER LEECH. Washington, D. C., June 27.—'No brewer's vat or distiller's mash tub ever held a more yeasty mixture than the political stew which now simmers in the cauldron of war prohibition. Second only to the war itself in interest, it has brought about some strange line ups and has often threat­ ened the whole plan of war legisla­ tion. Zealous drys and fearful wets have sought to hitch their pet schemes on to most of the war bills in the form of amendments. The selective army bill only passed after a fierce strug­ gle over the liquor amendments. The drys won a partial victory in this fight and procured rigorous rules banishing liquor sellers from the neighborhood of army camps and prohibiting the sale of drink to officers, soldiers or sailors. The passage of the food bill and the war revenue bill are being...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 28 June 1917

i. -t The Weather Fair. THIRTY-SEVENTH TEAS, NO. 152 Thousands of Telegrams Are Sent Favoring and Opposing Bone Dry Feature NATION AROUSED AS TO SIGNIFICANCE OF BILL Act Up in Senate But Little Chance of Passage by July 1 TO CONTROL WHEAT TRADE. Chicago, June* 28.—-Government plans for food control, according to a statement ^given out today by" President Griffin of the board of trade, include absolute control of the wheat trade in all of its com­ mercial aspects. There can be no speculation in it. Buying and sell­ ing of other grains, for present and future deliveries, will be un­ restricted. The millers, likewise, will come under the control of the food ad­ ministration, and their wheat pur­ chased and fiour'distributed under the same control, said Mr. Griffin. The announcement brought the wheat market here almost to a standstill. NO WORD RECEIVED. Minneapolis, Minn., June 28.-— "We have -no official information as yet relative to government con­ trol of flour distribution and the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 28 June 1917

ejo fp- fe** I ,4 I I 5 •3 Standing Rock Reservation Furn- ishes More Liquor Cases for Federal Court Fort Yates, N. D., June 28.—C. W. Lewis, Jacob Jordan and John La Pointe, arrested by Indian police on charges of introducing intoxicants on the reservation, were arraigned be­ fore If. S. Commissioner Edward S. Johnson at Solen. Lewis pleaded guilty and was sent to Mandan to lie held in jail pending" action by the United States attorney. Jordan and La Pointe demanded an examination, and will be given a hearing July 2. MITE IEH ML III nun USES Standing Rock Judge Holds Ind­ ians Were Right and Cau­ casians in the Wrong Fort Yates, N. D., June 28.—Daniel and Clement Coldhand were cleared on trial of a charge of cold-blooded assault upon A. C. Hayes of Solen. The defendants were charged with using force in recovering some horses which had been taken up. by Hayes. The court ruled that inas­ much as Hayes' action was illegal, the Indians could not be held for forc­ ible recovery. Luck No...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 28 June 1917

THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1917, F. A. Lahr Pres. 212 Fourth Street W MAY BUILD SCHOOL ON SOUTH SIDE WITHOUT 2 NEED OF BOND ISSUE .. !j- ,g The report made for the fiscal year ending June 14, of the E'ismarck pub­ lic schools, at the regular meeting last evening, shows a balance .of $49, 853.96 in the treasury. Of this, $29, 946.56 is of the general fund $14, 126 in the sinking fund $5,763.40, in­ terest on bonds, and $18 remaining of the teachers' insurance fund. Members of the board were greatly pleased with the report and discuss­ ed the practicability of building the new south side school while funds permitted without having to bond the city for same. It was thought that enough funds would be available with the balance of the next levy. The resignation of Capt. A. A. Jones was accepted and the vacancy was filled by the appointment of D. T. Owens for the unexpired term. George Will was re-elected member of the library board for 'a term of three years. A resolution presented by the city T...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 28 June 1917

iOUB j* $ $ si. £j k? Hf «ri? •£j* ?:i I E Dally, by mall In North Dakota, three months Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, one year Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, three months Weekly, by mail, per year 9 •lil Stl 1'J :i#L i& ***. -,«aL£^f"' h**K- THE TRIBUNE Entered at the Postofftce, Bismarck. N. P., as Second Class Matter. ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEx^t oUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Pally, by mall or carrier, per month I Dally, by malt, one year In North Dakota 4.00 1.25 6.00 l.r.o 1.50 O. LOGAN PAYNE COMPANY Special Foreign Representative NEW YORK, Fifth Ave. Bldg. CHICAGO. Marquette Bldg. BOSTON, 8 Winter St. DETROIT, Kresge Bldg. MINNE­ APOLIS, 810 Lumber Exchange. Member Audit Bureau of Circulation^ fHE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1872) WIEATHER REPORT for 24 hours ending at noon June 28^ Temperature at 7 a. m— Temperature at noon .... .Highest yesterday Lowest yesterday Lowest last night Precipitation ". Highest wind velocity 57 ... 77 ......

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 28 June 1917

1 THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1917. SOCIETY Y. W. C. A. GivingFree Course in Telegraphy Through the co-operation of the Western Union Telegraph company, the Fargo Y. W. C. A. will be able to give a tree course in telegraphy to any girl over 16 years old. The com­ pany has furnished the association with equipment for' instructions and it is expected that the class will be­ gin next week. Twelve young wom­ en have already enrolled. The association, through its general secretary, iMrs. Bessie Zickefoose, is arranging to give instructions four nights a week, in addition to the day classes. American'Club Women Doing War Relief Work In a bulletin recently issued by the General Federation of Women's clubs states that reports of war work done toy women are coming Into the feder­ ation headquarters from every state, town and county in America. The re­ ports-indicate that all of the 2,000,000 club' women are doing Red Cross work, studying and practicing, effi­ ciency and conservation in the home and t...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 28 June 1917

v-: '•. six I I -v. Ig lr IS 1.4- I. SCOOP SHS& eosf-AiX GWEVOUTHE. tXFFERW BUGCE. CALLS -SEEJ \F V(5U OAM Q-UE55 VWrtrr THEY ARE.-NOW NATIONAL LEAGUE. Club— New York Phil art el phi.a Chicago St. Louis Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston Pittsburgh "W. L. Pet. 21 .liL'.") 22 .014 .17 28 .r«9 2 ..".it •0 u.~ .48.") .25 :!ii A:: .22 •'12 .-107 .1!) :'..s .HX! CAMK-.S WEDNESDAY. Brooklyn, 7 Boston, 3. New York, FJhilalelphia, 2. Cincinnati, (i Pittsburgh, 5. Chicago, I-.'! St. Louis, 6-2. CAMKS FRIDAY. Boston at New York. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. Chicago at St. Louis. Boston at Brooklyn. Club— R- H. E. Brooklyn 7 10 3 Boston 3 I! Batteries—Pl'elTer and J. Myers Al lat, Keuleigh, Hughes and Tragesser. New York at Philadelphia. Club- R. II. E Philadelphia 2 11 I New York 4 5 1 'Batteries Lavender, Fietery and Killifer Benton, Perrat and Ilariden. Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. Club— R. II. E. Pittsburgh 5 1.", 1 Cincinnati 6 11 1 Batteries Jacobs, Miller, Carlson and Sc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 28 June 1917

THURSDAY, JUNE 28,1917. 7 F. E. Young Real Estate Company FOR SALE—Six-room bouse with ""bath, basement, furnace, screened porches and range, with barn, three blocks from down town for $3,000.00. Terms, |8K.00 cash, balance month­ ly payments on easy terms. FOR SALE—Seven-room house with furnace, bath and other modern im­ provements, nice yard with trees. Can be rented for two families near the schools of city. Price $3,100.00. Term $1,200.00 cash, bal ance reasonable. FOR SALE—Six-room house, modern, with hot air furnace, full basement, bath, nice yard and trees, between north ward school and high school. Price $3,200.00. Terms, $1,200.00 cash, balance reasonable. Tel. No. 78 IN. D.v «-27.-2t WANTED—Mail to make toast and hot cakes also vegetable cook. Ap­ ply chef, Grand Pacific hotel. 6-27-3t HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Young lady at Cowan's Drug Store. l-28-4t WANTED—Girl, for general house­ work. Mrs. L. A. Schipfer, 4 Ave. B. i-.v/.V.' r:' -v.-. ,6-28-3t WAINTED—Glfl for gcn«*l ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 28 June 1917

SIGHT x4"K "9: •!$&'* t\ \i v' I." I I I i'y II v.... ^'•1*: W^f. •*'vv- Jamestown, N. O., June 28.—De­ spondent because of brooding over the world war and fear q£ conscrip­ tion, Martin Johnson, 23, a farm labor­ er employed on the Phillip Wellman farm near Courtenay, committed sui­ cide last night by hanging himself with a leather strap from a harness in Wellman's barn. Coroner Depuy of Jamestown was called and pronounced it a plain sul cide case. con RUDY TO PAY PENALTY Bologna, Italy, June 28.—"I feel my­ self acquitted morally, but I am ready to undergo the legal penalty of my country," Alfredo Cocchi, slayer of Ruth Cruger, is quoted as saying to the interrogating judge at the last questioning of the prisoner. Cocchi, however, according to re­ liable authority, sent out this message yesterday to a friend: "I am guilty and I want to pay the penalty. Why spend your money on a lawyer? I won't see him." There is no doubt that Cocchi has a horror of a sentence to death by the A...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 June 1917

1ST WM The Weather CLOUDY THnUT-SE VENTHYEAR, NO. 153 TO BE RECALLED Formal Entry Into Conflict Said to Be Only Matter of Time I PEACE TOO SOON A DISASTER SAYS GEORGE Germany Wants to End Struggle Now Merely to Her Economic Advantage Athena, June 29.—Though war has not yet been declared, the Greek government considers that a state of war exists since its ad­ vent to power yesterday. The recall of the Greek diplomatic rep­ resentatives accredited to the cen­ tral powers and their allies is im­ minent. The Greek government has brokeft diplomatic relations with Germany, Austria-Hungary, Bul­ garia and Turkey. Greece's new war course began to shape on June 12 with the abdi­ cation of King Cons^antine and the accession of Alexander, his second son, as king. The abdica­ tion was in effect a dethronement of Constantine, whose pro-German attitude had given the entente endless trouble. M. Venizelos, Greece's leading statesman, was summoned back to the premiership by King Alexan­ der. He quic...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 June 1917

'vi 0 ffi :K TO SHOT III HOST IS DOPE Forecasters Have Him Elected If He Can Poll Half as Many Votes as Frazier That the next representative in congress from the First district will tie a Nonpartisan leaguer is regarded a safe two to one shot, by shrewd politicians, who have carefully sized up the situation. 'The supreme court's decision as to whether Olger B. Burtne&s shall or shall not appear on the official ballot as the repub­ lican candidate will, in their belief, make very little difference in the "e sult. The presence or absence Of th names of Judge Henry 0. Vicfc of Pembina, Frederick T. Cuthbert of Devils Lake and Charles W. Plain of 'Milton as rival individual republican nominees will have greater effect, for it is fair to believe these gentl?men if they remained on the ballot would receive some votes in Spite of their avowed desire to withdraw. Real Question. "M»e real question is whether the Firft district,which gave Lynn J. Fraier, Nonpartisan republican can-i didkt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 June 1917

A liy \-5?y,L'.-v1 v- h, rH'- FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1917. MtlSf GIVE VALUES OF ITS SNQWFCNCES Estimates Demanded ,in ^Lettet From State Board of Equal­ ization The physical valuation of a snow fence the actual worth of all of its depots, roundhouses, shops and sec­ tion buildings are points upon which the Northern Pacific must inform the state board of equalization not later than Aug. 1. This ultimatum was di­ rected to Mr. Saunders of the North­ ern Pacific upon unanimous vote of the board of equalization members who attended an informal meeting at the capitol Thursday. The company earlier in the week had requested permission to omit an­ swers to questions covering these sub­ jects in blanks which rue state board has mailed to all railway companies. A Northern Pacific representative in­ formed state officials that the com­ pany had never made such valuation and that it possessed no means of procuring the same on short notice. The board members in attendance yesterday Governor Frazier, S...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 June 1917

I! I! -H i: -. I:, 1''^ H,vf.' 4''. if."•= 0TJK1 •at & W I I I ^v -v & V'W: •:'S ":V' i-v .-•-' •THE TRIBUNE •ntered at the Postofflce, Bismarck. P.. as Second Clasa Matter. Dakota Fargo I N. teSUED EVERT DAY EXCE^J SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by mail or carrier, per month '. Dally, by mall, one year In North 4- Dally, by mall In North Dakota, three months •.•..••••••••• Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, one year ®-ou Daily, by mall outside ol North Dakota, three months »Jj Weekly, by mail, per year "G. LOGAN PAYNE COMPANY Special Foreign Representative NEW YORK, Fifth Ave. Bldg. CHICAGO, Marquette Bldg. BOSTON, 8 Winter St. DETROIT, Kresge Bldg. MINNE­ APOLIS. 8X0 Lumber Exchange. Merefcer Audit Bureau of Circulation *HE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1872) WEATHER REPORT lor 24 hours ending at noon June 29: Temperature at 7 a. 65 Temperature at noon 70 Highest yesterday 82 Lowest yesterday *4 Lowest last night 60 precipitation 28 Highes...

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. — 29 June 1917

s^i r, rn r" FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1917. SOCIETY •v» Jackman and George Lubbers. The program for Sunday follows: Morning—10:30 O'Clock. Eleven Boxes for Hismarc% Section of Red Cross Packed Eleven boxes of the alloted 14 for the Bismarck section of the National Red Cross .have been packed and sealed, ready for the removal to France. For several weeks patriotic women of the Capital city and the surrounding towns have been sewing articles for this section, which is headed by Dr. E. P. Quain. Since the first order for. 14 boxes' was assigned io the Bismarck section, a request for additional boxes haB been sent out from Washington and it is ex­ pected that at least three more box­ es will ,be filled. When" the boxes are completed, each one is numbered and an item­ ised list is kept of the contents. The work of packing the boxes re­ quires much care. Each garment is sterilized and thoroughly Inspected before being placed in the box. This part of the work has been supervis­ ed by Dr. Quain and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 June 1917

iji I. 1!* rv ^»!r c/^AHD xipli't '•', r" :1 the cub 3vwr REPORTER ONE- OF 5£verai D|STUfcg£t NElG-HBORS BASEBALL SCORES AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Cluib— W. L. Pet. Indianapolis 11 2(i .629 St. Paul as 2!t .547 Columbus 37 152 .filili Louisville M7 :?.'i ."29 Kansas City 32 '.VI .500 Milwaukee .27 37 .422 Minneapolis 28 :i!) ,11X Toledo .'8 3D .418 GAMES THURSDAY. Columbus, 2 Minneapolis, 0. Louisville, 8 St. Paul, 3. Kansas City, Indianapolis, 4. GAMES SATURDAY. Columbus at St. Paul. Toledo at Kansas City. Indianapolis at Milwaukee. Louisville at Minneapolis. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Club- GAMES SATURDAY. Detroit at St. Louis. Chicago at Cleveland. Washington at Philadelphia. New York at Boston. Detroit at Chicago. Clufc— R. II. E?. Chicago 5 12 2 Detroit 6 15 2 Ten innings. Batteries Russell, Williams and Schalk .'Bioland, Cunningham and Stallage. Washington at Philadelphia. Club— R. E. Philadelphia I! 9 1 Washington 4 8 3 Batteries—Johnson and Haley and Schang W. Johnson and Ainsmlth. 'Sit y...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 June 1917

ii'u IP? jlll w£ S I 5'I :.^Lv "',:cC 1 .- -. FOR 8A1E—SlJr-rooffl house wtth "bath, basement, furnace, screened porcheB and range, with barn, three blocks from down town for.f3y000.00. Terms, $8004M 'Cash, balaiice mont% ly paym^bts oi£ea*y,termrf. FOR SALE—Sey^t-fooiji house' with furnace, bath'and othier modern' im prov^taents, nifce" yard "with trees. Can,, be. rented for two families near the schbols of city. Price iMiittM Terfas, fi^flO.OCr cash, bal ance reasonabfe. FOR SALE^-Slx-room house, modern, with, hot air furnace, full basement, bath, nice yard and trees, between north ward school and jhigh school, Price $3,200.00. Terms, $1,200.00 cash,, balance reasonable. F. E. YovngReal Bright, energetic country men or school teachers preferred. State age and preyiouB employment. Good ad vancement to right cj^tfes^ •zi0*l*r$ and'e^perises. W£it$^or,£ail o^E. A. ILin|to Bismarck: 1 HKJ WANTED rami WANTED—Gf!frtti fQl" general house work. Mrs. L. A. Schipfer, 4 Ave. B. 6-2*-3t WANTE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 June 1917

I* SIGHT ip !v Si mh 't TO TAKE FULL Past Aggregation From North Branch Will Meet Colts in Two Games Here Werner, which has taken games from both Halliday and Stanton, ac knowledged one of the stiffest propo sitions the slope has to offer in base ball goods, comes tomorrow for two games with the Capital City Champs. The first contest is scheduled for 6:15 tomorrow evening and the second for 3:30 Sunday afternoon. "Smokey" Jones, former Northern league star, will be on the sending end for Werner. Jones has never per­ formed on the local diamond, is said to be a wonder, and Kirk's sluggers are anxious to connect with some of his twisters. In the Sunday afternoon game Old Tom Shanley, stellar second sacker with last year's Bismarck bat busters, will be at his old position with the Champs. Shanley, who has been play­ ing with Denver in the Western league, was offered a contract suffi­ ciently attractive to induce him to give up league ball, and he will roll into Bismarck tomorrow mornin...

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

The Weather CLOUDY cm TY-8EVENTH TEAS, NO. 154 Urges Elimination of Beer and Light Wines From Food Control Bill PASSAGE OF MEASURE 18 THEN CERTAIN Anti-Saloon League Leaders Mayl 'C Stop Manufacture of Dis­ tilled Liquors Washington, June 30—Organized prohibition forces conferred with the "dry" senators and representative today in an effort to determine their attitude on bone dry legislation, modi­ fication of which is asked by Presi­ dent Wilson to facilitate the passage of the food control bill by the Sea ate. After these conferences, the execu­ tive committee of the anti-Saloon league is expected to draft a letter to the President announcing its deci­ sion. Regardless, however of any action the League may take, it was gener­ ally agreed that the President's iri tervention has had- the effect of pre­ venting any interference with the manufacture of beer and light wines, In- and that the. most theprohibitiohirts can hope for at this session is legis­ lation dealing only with distil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 30 June 1917

TWO II RIPE 10 TAKE PUBLIC Commissioner of Agriculture and Labor Says Harvest Hand Contract Is Incomplete BELIEVES AGREEMENT WILL PREVENT STRIFE ''The agreement entered into be­ tween the committee of which I was a member, representing North Dako­ ta, and representatives of the Agri­ cultural Workers' Union, at Kansas City, is not yet fully complete and nothing could be accomplished by making it public now," said Commis­ sioner ol' Agriculture and Labor John N. Hagan today when asked for a def­ inite statement as to what the con­ tract is which President A. ('. Town ley of the Nonpartisan league will ask members of his organization to ratify in meetings to be held the sec­ ond wee): in July at .Minot, Valley City and Bismarck. Terms Not Pulilic "I can state," said Mr. Hagan. "tiiat the terms reported by the In­ dustrial Worker, organ of the Indus­ trial Workers of the World, in its report of the Kansas City meeting of the Agricultural Workers' union are not the terms of the agreemen...

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