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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 27 May 1915

jr&. PAGE SIX IS *A.v gC jgp .-.! 7 •v.-». Full Report as Published By The account is taken from the col umns of the Valley City Daily Times of Monday, May 31, 1885. The paper is yellowed with age, but the printing is clear and perfect. Clias. G. Richardson, the publisher of the Times, was also commander of the G. A. R. at that time. DECORATION DAY IN VAL LEY CITY 30 YEARS AGO the Daily Times of That Early Day—Many Old Citi zens Are Mentioned. Through the courtesy of Wylie Niel son, who has what is probably the only copy in existence, the Times-Rec ord presents to its readers an account of the exercises of Decoration Day in Valey City in 1885. The account, most interesting at this date, is as follows: "Decoration Day in Valley City was a day to be remembered by all. The day opened bright and clear, and though warm, continued clear and pleasant throughout. At an early hour, visitors from Sanborn, Oriska, Ashtabula, Dazey, and other places be gan to arrive, and farmers with their ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 27 May 1915

LOOK FOR ITALY TO ENTER WAR Amsterdam, May 19.—The Cologne Gazette says Berne reports the Aus trian and German consul-generals left Rome yesterday with\their staffs. Paris, May 19.—Lieutenant General Count Cadorna, the Italian chief of staff has arrived with his staff at Ci cenza, near the Austrian frontier. Basel, Switzerland, May 19.—Mo bilization of troops continues in up per Italy. Many trains are leaving Milan carrying soldiers in the direc tion of frontier posts. London, May 19—A Copenhagen correspondent reports: "The German newspapers tonight say Prince von Buelow and the Austrian and Bavar ian representatives at Rome met to day to make final preparations for the departure of the German and Austrian subjects still remaining in Italy." London, May 19.—While Italy is confidently believed to be making her final preparations to enter the war on the side of the allies, Austria, "who will be the direct object of attack, is with her German ally attempting, to inflict such a defeat o...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 27 May 1915

•m PAGE EIGHT fir tfrl Baseball games between matched teams from county. On baseball field. 10:00 A. M. PLAY DAY SATURDAY TO BE BIGGEST DAY OF YEAR Saturday is going to be the big day of the year in Valley City. Of course the Chautauqua and the Barnes County Fair will bring lots of people liere, but Play Day is going to bring the youngsters into the city by the liundreds. As an indication of their number we may say that the Normal got 350 badges for entrants, thinking from past play days that that num ber would be amply sufficient. But they lasted just about as long as the lunch will Saturday noon, and a rush order for 175 more was sent in. That •will mean there will be about 500 boy and girl contestants, with their families on hand to see how they come out. It will mean alost 500 families in Valley City that day. And Valley City will be glad to see them. The merchants want to get acquainted with every farmer and every farmer's family, and to see them have a good time. That's what P...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 27 May 1915

VOL. XXXV—NO. 6. Social unrest, said Dr. Ward, has been a "worldwide phenomenon for several years. The unrest in Mexico and China, the socialistic tendencies in Japan and other nations have been part of a world-wide feverishness. Democracy, said the speaker, means that society shall be so organized that every man may have his freedom. In other words, it means brotherhood as well as individualism. Other people attribute the social un rest to a stirring of the stomach of the race, a desire to be properly fed and clothed. But man is not to be satisfied by filling his mouth, for he has a greater spiritual craving only to be relieved by realizing the Chris tian religion. During the past ten years there has been an organized attempt to realize industrial despotism and to repress all attempts at labor organization. Industry very nearly owns the local governments in some states, declared the speaker, and they absolutely con trol every function of life in some dis tricts of Colorado and Mich...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 27 May 1915

I I rA PAGE TEN .jgggg- Practically the entire morning was taken up by Judge Engerud for tie state in presenting numerous affidavits purporting to show that the Equity Co-operative Exchange had been sell ing grain to other commission mer chants and then resold by them and that such sales by the Equity were usually one or more cents below the market price on the day of sale. Af fidavits also purporting to phow other irregularities on the part of the Equity officers were presented. Generally each affidavit, accom panied by exhibits including photo graphs of papers showing transactions was for a single car of grain number of the car and all transac tions were shown. As there was a vast amount of these affidavits and exhibits to present to It is impossible to estimate how long the hearing will continue but the indication is that it will be several days. Considering the mass of docu ments to be presented and the rate at which the work progresses it will be the last of the week at least. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 27 May 1915

1'» 4 Gor.ect Weights Quick Returns NOTES FROM THE BIG FAIR Beautiful pennants from Milton, Dickinson, Mortonville, Inkster, Cava lier, Medora and Powers Lake have been received at the North Dakota building at the exposition during the past week. There is room for many more. Newspapers in North Dakota would do well to investigate seriously and prayerfully any scheme that carries with it a trip to the Exposition for the most popular young lady or gentle men. The promoters of these con tests uaually have a very selfish mo tive, and when the inches of publicity are figured up the newspaper is the loser by many dollars. The average person that enters these contests spends more money than the whole trip out to the exposition would cost him in the first place, and conse quently a great deal of trouble and expenditure of money ensues, both for the winner and losers. Think twice before you give the columns of your newspaper for this purpose. 1 'i: '•'•.Kv 'VV: When coming to the exposition ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 27 May 1915

PAGE TWELVE r-° Said All Social Problems WARD SPOKE THURSDAY ON COMMUNITY AND CHILD Begin and End With the Child—Told of Conditions in the Larger Cities. ''The Child and the Community" was the subject of Dr. Harry A. Ward, of Boston university, in the first of the Hazlett lectures before the student body in the Normal school auditorium Thursday morning. Besides the stu dents and members of the faculty the P. E. 0. sisterhood, in convention in this city, and many local citizens, fill ed the galleries. In the absence of President McFarland, Vice President McMullen told in a few words the his tory of the Hazlett foundation and former speakers in similar occasions. Rev. Vermilya introduced the speaker of the morning. Social problems, Dr. Ward said, be gin in the child and end in the child. This has not been generally recogniz ed by society in the past and some of these days, it was pointed out, we are going to change our point of attack on some of the existing evils. While we are pretty...

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. — 3 June 1915

ijji ,V -V ii "f !»•. •-C ^kr 4 W^Ek*1 W$ S*V' #p •i* T* 'S&w* yflf t,t f, VOL. XXXV—NO. 7. Play Day Saturday at the Normal was as perfect as one could 'Wish tor. The weather man was particularly kind and large crowds visited the city It is estimated that 3,000 people were in the city for the day. The Normal school .was unable to supply enough buttons for the children in the con tests, but they got along nicely with out. The pupils to take part in the con tests and those in charge met in the Normal auditorium, at 9:30 Saturday morning. Those assembled sang the "Star Spangled Banner" and gave a salute to the flag. Professor Call announced the order of events for the day and stated where each group' should go. The children marched out upon the play grounds. The contests for the girls were held on the campus lawn and the boys went up on the hill behind the school. Threatening weather conditions did not seem to hinder the number of contestants and hundreds of automobiles were in tow...

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. — 3 June 1915

iAM TWO •i.'S, :.tfi [h'.f. I ValleyCity rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. GREENWOOD A HOUQHTALINQ Oabscrlptlon, (1.50 a Year, in Advance Bbtored at the Postofflce in Valley City, N. Dak., as second class mail Matter. ON SECOND THOUGHT I have kicked about the taxes, as a lot of people do I've often said I wondered vhat our land was coming to I've kicked about tbe railroads and be wailed the reckless way Tbat cash is sometimes handled, which commuters have to pay. But in spite of my misgiving About arbitrary rates, I'm mighty glad I'm Mving In these old United States. I've bewailed the tipping evil in pa thetic flights of song And expressed the ?ad opinion that all graft is very wrong. From gunmen to philanthropists I've scanned the social scale And criticized my country in a mel ancholy ^ail. Yet my joy I can't be hiding, As afar strange terror waits That I chance lo be residing In these oh1 united States. —Washington Star. Governor Hanna will soon leave the state again for a ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 3 June 1915

Correct Wiiihts Quick Retorts DAZEY WILL HOLD STOCK SHOW SOON Dazey Commercial: A meeting of the Dazey commercial club was held Tuesday evening at which time the proposition of holding the annual stock show was taken up. It -was de cided to hold the stock show on Thurs day, June 17. A number of commit tees were appointed to look after the various arrangements for the day's celebration. It is expected to try to get the Rogers and Wimbledon teams to play ball. Various other amuse ments will form the entertainment for the day and the exhibits will doubtless be better than ever before. RAILROADS FILE OLD LIGNITE COAL RATES Bismarck, May 27.—The Soo and the N. P. yesterday afternoon filed with the railroad commission the old 'coal tariffs which were in effect prior to 1907, these to become effective on Intrastate shipments June 5 and on interstate shipments June 30. The coal rates with these tariffs in effect would be about 35 or 40 per cent high er than the maximum coal rate which is no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 3 June 1915

,1 PAQM POUR MANSFIELD. Sanborn Enterprise: Mary and Don Campbell were visiting friends near Marion last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Wm. Jones spent Sunday at the Augevine home near Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Thoraldson of Sanborn attended church at Clark City Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. John Jones attended the play and dance at Eckelson last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kee were visi tors at the Stillings home in Green township last Sunday. Miss Lida McQueen left Tuesday evening for a visit at the home of her sister near Glendale, Wisconsin. Henry Evenson left Saturday eve ning for Montana to look over tho country with a view of locating there. Mrs. Francis Stevens, of Cogswell, H. D., and Mrs. Emelyn Evenson, were visitors at the McLees home last Thursday. Simon Hinschberger Went to Fargo Monday to bring home his brother Ferd, who has been in the hospital there. Mrs. McFarland, of Idaho, is ex pected Thursday evening for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Marsh. Mr. and Mrs. Stev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 3 June 1915

.. r'T-- *. V* -v b- .*. .fflw 1 FAIR RACES G0OD AD. 5 FOR BARNES COUNTY •.- Everyone in Valley City and Barnes county who is interested in the future of the county "will be interested in ev ery form of advertising that brings this community to the attention of peo ple in other states. One agency in advertising the county that has not heretofore been given credit in that line is the Barnes County Fair. The entry list has just been com pleted and sent out for four races that are on the program of the fair for this year. The entries for these races have come from as far east as Chicago, in cluding Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa, and as far west as Washington. Some 60 horses have been entered in four races, one race having 29 horses named for it. This list has been sent out to three different papers in the middlewest having a very large circu lation and read by thousands of people who are interested more or less in agricultural matters. No one can say that Barnes county will not get a g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 3 June 1915

PAGE 81X President Wilson read all the official and unofficial dispatches. In view of the positive position the United States has taken on the subject of submarine activity in the war zone, and the deli cacy of the situation with Germany arising from the Lusitania, the story of the Nebraskan's experience is awaited with unusual interest. Should it develop clearly she was torpedoed without warning an aggravated cir cumstance will be added to the al ready tense situation, notwithstanding the fact no lives were lost on the Ne braskan, and she did not sink but headed for port under her own steam. The officials are reluctant to dis cuss the case in the absence of full reports. Counsellor Lansing of the state department, revealed, however, assurances some time ago received from Great Britain to the effect that such mines as had 'oeen laid by the British admiralty were of a nature which would become innocuous if de tached from their anchorage. No other government, Lansing said, had given s...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 3 June 1915

nR* 'i V' if I t\ 4 V"' I $Vv SfeUVv, Wtfh -:Vi ',' W$yr--.-:K- i&rif .• 5j:- -,Vs,'' '/.•. :t,m ABSTRACT'OF STATEMENT. For the Year Ending December 31t A. D. 1014. Of the condition and affairs of th Phoenix Assurance Company, Limited, of London, England, organised undet the laws of the Kingdom of Great Brit ain, made to the Commissioner of In surance of the State of North Dakota In pursuance of the laws of said State Manager, P. Beresford. Principal Office, 100 William St., New York. Attorney for Service of Process in the State of North Dakota: Name, Commissioner of Insurance Location, Bismarck, N. D. Organized or Incorporated, January 1 11. 1782. Commenced business, October, 1879. CAPITAL Amount of Capital Stock paid up In full, not applicable in U. S. Branch statement) ASSETS Stocks and Bonds 9 S,108,036.00 Cash on hand and In Bank 114,032.28 Interest due and accrued 45,291.21 Premiums in course cf collection and trans mission 171,433.(4 Bills receivable, not ma tured, taken ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 3 June 1915

PAGE EIGHT SCHOOLS PREPARE FOR CLOSING FESTIVITIES Plans are completed for the final activities which precede the closing "of the public schools. The city schools will close in three weeks, the last day being June 18. Senior examinations will be held this week, finishing on Friday. The annual industrial ex hibit will be shown Friday afternoon. The work of each school will be shown at that school and patrons are expect ed to turn out en masse for these fine exhibits. Exhibits of both manual training and domestic science work will be shown. The next event scheduled will be the baccalaureate sermon for the Senior class. Rev. Vermilya was chosen by the class and he will give the sermon Sunday evening, June 13. The commencement of both grade schools will be given on Tuesday even ing, June 15, in the High school as sembly room. A class of about 50 will finish and nearly 25 High school students will graduate. Wednesday, June 16, will be High school class and field day. Thursday, June 17, w...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 June 1915

I tc 1/ '. 'w ,? VOL. XXXV—NO 8. AY Many Hundreds Alumni to Make Silver Anniversary Occasion for Homecoming- Gig Program Assured. Saturday evening, June 19th! That's the date for the opening of the biggest week of festivity that has ever taken place on the campus of the State Normal school at Valley City —a week of festivity in heaped and rounded, measures such as can come •but once in a quarter century. Eighth Grade Commencement "How a Woman Keeps a Secret" promises that the interest in store for home-comers during the week will be gin as soon as the gong strikes for the big occasion. That's the name of the playlet the eighth grade in the Model school is preparing. The even ing's program will also include a num ber of vocal and instrumental solos, readings and a timely debate on the subject of "Increase of National De fense." There will be 1J candidates for diplomas' and four who completed their work at the end of the winter term, to constitute this year's class in the Model school...

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. — 10 June 1915

PAN TWO Valley City rimes-Record VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAKOTA. GREEN WOOD D. HOUGHTALINO Subscription, $1.50 a Year, in Advance Entered at the Poatofflce in Valley City, N. Dak., as second class mail natter. There la nothing better for a town or city than civic and community pride. When the homes and streets Are neat and clean, when things in general show a constructive and well kept condition in a community, it is almost conclusive that the spiritual •welfare will be looked after. A city that is clean and thriving is spoken •well of everywhere. Our Country,—whether bounded by the St. John's and the Sabine, or how ever otherwise bounded or described, and be the measurements more or less,—still our Country, to be cher ished in all our hearts, to be defend ed by all our hands. —Robert C. Winthrop The reply of Germany to the United States may be said to be disappoint ing, but the gist of It had been fore cast generally. It is purely a docu ment of parley and haggling, and an other such re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 June 1915

m- v'r, A 4 4. ®'r-: m- Pi\ Gurnet Weights Quick Ritiris AMERICA'S OPPORTU NITY IN RELATION TO PEACE OF THE WORLD (By Alexander Aas.) The following oration was delivered by Alexander Aas, of Valley City, at the Peace Day exercises at the Nor mal school auditorium last Tuesday morning: At the present time, the United States is the only great nation not en gaged in the Europeon war. Although the war affects our industrial and commercial life, yet we witness none of the horrors, characteristic of the war across the seas. What is our duty in this great conflict? It is to keep out of the war and to do our utmost in the promotion of universal peace. Upon whom does this responsibility rest? First, and foremost it rests upon those who have the destinies of our nation, at hand. Looking at the pre sent administration from a non-parti san viewpoint we must admit that President Wilson has done all in his power in the promotion of internation al peace. With a following some favoring one side in ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 June 1915

PMI POUR v:v'' If:.::, v:.. BRYAN OUT FEARS WAR Washington, June 8.—William Jen nings Bryan, three times democratic candidate for the presidency, and au thor of nearly 30 peace treaties with the principal nations of the world, re signed today as secretary of state as a dramatic sequel to his disagree ment with President Wilson over the government's policy toward Germany. His resignation was accepted by the president. The cabinet then approv ed the response prepared to Ger many's reply to the Lusitania note. Actibg Secretary Lansing will send the document tomorrow to be cabled to Berlin. Bryan will return to private life tomorrow when his resignation takes effect. It is learned he intends to continue his political support of the president. Rather than sign the doc ument which he believed might possi bly draw the United Ccates into war, Secretary Bryan submitted his resig nation. President Regrets Parting The president has accepted the res ignation of Mr. Bryan in a letter of regret, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 10 June 1915

ml 1 .i?*V, i-' ito ?.- Ufa !'Wf ',' 'fe.v V.\ "ttUV* I. J. Officer, from Mariou, was visit ing in the city Sunday. Mrs. Mary Yule, of Rogers, was a Valley City visitor Saturday. Dr. J. E. Featherstone left Monday morning on No. 3 for Jamestown. Mr. and MrB. Koehms'cd' of Minto, N. D„ were visitors in the city Sun day. Miss Eva Bailey is at Dazey, where she is visiting at the George Kelly home. James,A. Douglas, of Mandan, waa among the out-of-town visitors Sun day. The Normal school baseball team left Monday morning on No. 7 fur Jamestown, where they played the college team in the afternoon. Ed Mason came down from Ryder to attend the funeral of his cousin, El mer Nelson, and spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Mas on. A large delegations, of Geimans ar rived Sunday evening on the Soo. Hiey took No. 3 for Jamestown, where they made "connections with the train headed south. The party was going to Redfield, S. D., to at tend a convention there. Miss Lorena Karr returned...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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