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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 25 July 1917

I? The Weather "Generally Fair. '. THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NO. 174 Sections Receiving Master lasts Summon Those Drafted With­ out Delay ACCEPTED MEN TO MOBILIZE IN THEIR OWN STATE FIRST Second Call for Men Not Antici­ pated Necessary Until Next Year Washington, July 25.—The race be­ tween states for the honor of being first to fill their quotas under the se­ lective draft was on today in earnest. Calling up men for physical examin ation began today in several regions. Meanwhile, details of the machinery for actually calling the accepted men into service and sending them to their mobilization camps are being work­ ed out. Provost Marshal General Crowder has already ruled that the claim of the army attaches to any registered man as soon as the local selection boan} has posted hiiu as ac­ cepted and from that time on, unless he is exempted, he will be subjected to militaryt law and the articles of liraf. Fjtilwre to appear when called will bring the military forces of the Provost Marshal ...

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 July 1917

It* i'A". 4 .- FOR ST. LOUIS III LI First Continuous 1200-Mile Voy­ age to Mouth of Missouri Since 1888 Washburn, N. U., July 2D.—The steamer Washburn, the first boat siiice 1888 to depart from upper ••Mis­ souri points for a continuous journey to. the mouth of that stream, is now on its way to St. Louis, 1200 miles distant, under command of Captain Joseph Leach. The Washburn c'ar ried a cargo of scrap iron from Wash­ burn and Bismarck docks. Upon its arrival in St. Louis the steamer will foe turned over to its new owners who intend to use the boat in Mis­ sissippi river commerce. HARDY BACK ON JOB Direttor of Fargo's Destinies Again at Throttle Fargo, X. D„ July 25.—J. "Pete" Hardy, secretary of the Fargo Com­ mercial club end the man relied upon to regulate the (iate City's pulse, is back (.11 JJK the 201 alter two weeks at his .summer cottage 011 it a Lake Melissa. Syell?\food Tightens 1 Loose Wheels as Good as New It goes right, in­ to the shrunken wood, swells it to Ui AW are l...

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. — 25 July 1917

.« 6 ¥w b[ WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1917 o I 0- OITYNEWi Belfield Visitors—'Mrs. R. Inder gard of Belfield was a Bismarck shop­ per today. A On Business—B. M. Wacholtz o£ Coleharbor is in the city on a busi­ ness mission. From Glencoe—Alex Macdonald of the Glencoe country was here on busi­ ness this week. From Napoleon—H. Johnson of Na­ poleon was- in the city today on a business mission. From Sanger—M. C. Smith of Sang­ er looked after business affairs in the capital city today. McKenzie Visitor—L. E. Heaton, prominent MoKenzie citizen, spent the day in E'ismarck. From New Rockford—Dr. W. W. Coe of. New Rockford was a capital city caller today. From Coleharbor—Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Smith'blein of Coleharbor are Bis­ marck visitors today.' From Raleigh—iMr. and Mrs. Chris Miller of. Raleigh shopped and visited Bismarck friends today. From Dickinson—Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hughes of Dickinson were guests of Bismarck friends today. From Kintyre—Mr. and Mrs. All'er!: Larson of Kintyre shopped and c...

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. — 25 July 1917

I! !THE TRIBUNE Altered at the Poatofflce, Bismarck, N. D., aa Second Claw Matter, ISSUED EVERY DAT EXCEW SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by mail or carrier, per month I -M Dally, ky mall, one year In North Dakota "•®u Dally, ky mall In North Dakota, three months .— y'i *vv l-*6 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, one year Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, three months 1.60 Weekly, by mall, per year 1.50 Q. LOGAN PAYNE COMPANY Special Foreign Representative MEW YORK, Fifth Ave. BIdg. CHICAGO, Marquette Bid*. BOSTON, Winter Bt DETRpiT,.Kresge Bld^. MINNE­ APOLIS, 810 Lumber Exchange Member Audit Bureau of Circulation HTATR'8 OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1872) WEATHER REPORT for 24 hours ending at noon July 25: Temperature at 7 a. 74 Temperature at noon 81 Highest yesterday 91 Lowest yesterday 76 Lowest last night 72 Precipitation 31 Highest wind velocity 30-SE Forecast for North Dakota: Generally fair to­ night and Thursday, preceded by un­ settled this...

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. — 25 July 1917

''*&•> ft f)9lJ( OH .f t,:t vn WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1917 Go East State Auditor and Mrs. R. Kosit zky left on No. 2 Tuesday' evening for the Twin Cities and other eastern points to enjoy a vacation outing. Enjoying the Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. O'Hare and Mrs. ... C. T. Staley awl family have been en­ joying the past two weeks at Perham, near Detroit, Minn. They expect to remain for some time. Goes to Lidgerwood. Miss Elsie Funk and Miss (Edna Baumgarten of Hebron were guests ini Biemarrk Tuesday a shore time. iff'/ dnl^hfeii' 'Wair'too LidgerwoofLty' no ^Mlsit^iMrsr'GriqnilKirtppner, the fcflv nuirSHXieMibnii .?)'JInit --irl »Ai\ inn Will Return Saturday Mrs. A. Logan and her two daugh­ ters, the Misses Irma and Ohariotte, who have been spending ?ome time at the lakes in Minneapolis, where they have a cottage, are sta fiected to arrive home Saturday evening. SOCIETY Meeting of Capital City Women Wed, to Discuss Conservation of Food Next Wednesday morning in the Baptist church,...

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. — 25 July 1917

J- 'V BIZ I 0'': SCOOP SPOSEL th' idea tbtwE. CAPITAL FIGHT In preparation for the appif'oainlng series both cities have Invested lib­ erally in players. Bismarck has adu ed a number of new men from West­ ern, Central and tfce late Northern league, and it believes it has the strongest aggregation rrnich ever ha3 trotted onto a North Dakota diamond. New Rockford has been cleaning up •on all-comers in the northern part of the state, and it has spared no ex­ penses to build up its team. Every iBismarck business house and probably a majority of city, coun­ ty and state ofJ}f§a close for the gaoues,..Fxitla.y..jiud. Saiuxday, while bjjPtl^arge s^^i at ^eveiwias witness­ ed a capital city baseball game. What New Rockford Says The New Rockford State Center .has the following to say of the "ser­ ious," as Ring Larnder would call it: "Because of rivalry between the. .. tjvo cities, the ball games to be play­ ed ibetween the teams of New Rock fprd and Bismarck on Friday, Satur­ day and Sunday...

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. — 25 July 1917

i.:. "f JULY 26, 1017 1 .• HELP WANTED—MALE WANTEO—Man acquainted with the town for delivery work. Apply Gus sner's store. 7-25-3t W3ANTED—At~once, waiter and wait fress. Apply Atlant|g'. Catfe.i 7-23-3t V^3fRT^&—lifen anil tea.^ ffiig. Wachter W AN TE 1, D—Bookkeeper with sleno- graphic experience. Permanent po­ sition. Address 213 Tribune office. 7-24-3t WANTED—Housekeeper. Club. WANTED-Girl, at Palace Hotel. 7-24-2t WANTED—Girl for housework( Phone 1 541L 310 Ninth St. WANTED—Compelout girl for gener­ al housework. 520 Mandan avenue. Phone .297. 7-19-4t ROOMS FOR RENT FO ljl4iREfljT—r$i«e, iairy, front room, jigsSJ1'!,, P,frane.,SfrL ,. 7^25^61 .fltE^Ti.mptlemhfront rooms foe light housekeeping. Varney Flats Phone 773. 1-uH RENT—Furnished housekeeping 'oom.', also sleeping rooms. 317 Eighth street. 7-25-3t FOR RENT—'Strictly modern .room. *14 Ave. B. Phone 3S4R.. 7-25-lmo FOR RENT—Room, for light house­ keeping. 1100 Broadway. 7-25-3t FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for light housek...

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. — 25 July 1917

EIGHT Automobile Insurance Policies FOUR IINIITE ADDRESS RAKES BIG HIT AT (Mill THEATRE Rev. George Buzzelle, pastor of St. George's Episcopal church, made the first address of the four minute men who will appear at the nioving picture theaters to inform people upon the phases of the great conflict America is now sharing with other nations of the world There was intense enthusiasm as he explained the work of the minute men and when the slide of "The Star Span­ gled Banner" flashed on the Orpheum screen, tlie audience manifested in­ tense enthusiasm. Rev. Buzzelle explained the nature of the publicity work to be carried on and then made an appeal for Red Cross workers. He was given the closest attention and the attitude of ATHLETICS SHOWING UP AT FT. Baseball League Furnished En­ tertainment at Fort—Bis marck Tonight The inter-company baseball league at Fort Lincoln is developing some unusually good baseball material. Each company in the Second bat­ talion has a team, and the schedul...

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. — 26 July 1917

i' t5 ~. r. •. '/.•« Mm The Weather Generally Fair. CMP UiJALIFIM Orders Received by Colonel White Laast Night Indicate Change in Plans TWO REGIMENTS WILL GO TO SAME CANTONMENST Not Believed First and Second Will Be Separated—Fine Concentration Point That some point dther than France may be the ultimate desination of 'North Dakota's' state troops is indi­ cated by a wire received from the war department last night by Colonel Frank White, commander of the Sec­ ond regiment., directing him to report by wire to the commandant of the Western division, at Palo Alta, Cal., as soon as the inspection and muster of his regiment is completed. The fact that North Dakota troops are to be concentrated on the Paciiic coast is believed by local military men to be proof that they are to be used in the eastern war theater in­ stead of the western, as heretofore anticipated. Some of the boys are wondering whether they will see Rus­ sia, which is as much an ally of Amer­ ica in this war as is France a...

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. — 26 July 1917

sm~ TWO V.'V':. "fti. I! I I 'f: S & li I a 1! I ii 11 Death of Hugo Tureck Blow to Ananiooso Community— Scores Attend Fnneral Anaitioose, X. D., July 20.—One of the largest funerals ever held in the village of Anitnioose, was that of Hugo Tureck, a prominent and well to-do farmers who died at his home four miles southwest of Anainoose. Mr. Tureck had been ailing for the last four years or more, but was al­ ways able to be about to attend to his farm duties. Last year he exca­ vate the basement and built the con­ crete basement walls for his large modern farm home and also the foun­ dation for his large barn which taxed his health considerable. This year he put forth the supreme effort by erecting and completing the buildings which are some of the largest and most modern, as well as stylish set of farm buildings in this part of the state, costing not less than $10,000. The carpenters had just finished the work on the work on the- interior of the house and all that was left was t...

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. — 26 July 1917

THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1917 STATE MAY NOT MANUFACTURING END OF Building Available An old building and stack erected originally as a incinerator but never found satisfactory for that purpose was considered as quarters for the proposed plant, and it was found that, the operation of the tag factory would require the services of six men about two months during the winter and of only two men for a short time during the summer, when the demand would be light. The secretary of state on his re­ turn from Fargo today cast cold wa­ ter on the plans with his report that a plant would cost approximately fO.O'OD at the present price of machin cry. It had been estimated that this original expense would not exceed $2,000, which probably would be a reasonable maximum for any but war times. The plant, even at a cost of $9,000, would pay for itself with two years' output, it is claimed, but the state has so little ready money in aijy fund available, for this purpose that the board of control this morn­ i...

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. — 26 July 1917

mi *901 I 1 'I I' 3 THE TRIBUNE Wound at the Poetafftee, Btaatrck. N. D., &c Second ClaM Matter. USSUEBiCVERT DAT EXCEW SCNDAT iUBSC&LPTlON KATBB PATABUI ZN ADVANCE! Mir, by mill or cwHr, j«r BKUth I Daily, ky ooe year to Kortk DtkoU 4.00 DttUjr. fcr tn«ii jxt Kortb Dakota, three month* outride of Ncitfi Dakota, on* year --v *-OT Daljy, by timti outstae of isorti Dakota, thret mouthe 1-60 ^farfciy, by mail. pur year i.&O a LOGAN PATNE COMPANY SpecteJ FortUgo B«preeeiitativ« HEW TOEK, Fiftc At*. Bldg. CHICAGO. MerqiK-tu l' ci? BOSTON, Winter •t DETKC'J K-i^bg' Bid*. MINNE­ APOLIS. 81'- Irtiaiutr ExthaJ ge. iflonfccr ftviflit iiftr«au of O'-.-uiatian ?H£_'BTAT£'S OLiDEST KE W HP Fargo ft4| APISH (Kst£.iti6h^ 1872) WEATHER REPORT For 24 hours ending at noon July 20 Temperature at 7 a. in fa Temperature at HOOD Highest yesterday Lowest yesterday '2, Lowest last night Precipitation Trace! Highest wind velocity IZ-SiL Forecast For North Dakota: Generally lair tonight and Frida...

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. — 26 July 1917

... THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1917 SOCIETY Degree of Honor Holds Snipping Bee at Home of Mrs. Schebler for Red Cross The home of Mts. Charles. Scheb­ ler, northwest of the city, entertained the Degree, of Honor Wednesday a£ ternoon at a "snipping bee," for the Red Cross. iMany guests were invit­ ed and the time was pleasantly and profitably spent. This organization which has a membership of almos: thirty is constantly growing in mem­ bership, and has accomplished much work for the Red Cross. Mrs. Scheb­ ler served an elaborate luncheon to the guests at the hour of 6 o'clock. She was assisted by hor sister, Mrs. (Returns From Park Miss Margaret Brown has returned from a trip to Yellowstone park ana Hot Springs. At New Salem Mrs. Wm. Laist left today for A'ew Salem where she will be the guest of Mrs. Afeldt until Thursday. On Vacation. Mies Nellie Evarts, deputy county superintendent, is enjoying a. vaca­ tion. Returns from Fargo. Mr. Putnam spent two days at the Fargo fair, returning Tuesda...

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. — 26 July 1917

cmnD Mil SCORES AMERICAN ASSOCIATION: Club— W. L. Pet. Indianapolis .... Club- W. L. Pet. New York 53 27 .6C3 Philadelphia 12 38 .525 Cincinnati ......52 43 .547 St. Louu 48 40 .545 Chicago 41 16 .489 Brooklyn 38 44 .463 Boston v7 li .451 Pittsburgh 27 58 .318 GAMES WEDNESDAY. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. Club— R. H. E. Brooklyn 4 13 1 Pittsburgh 3 6 4 Thirteen innings. Batteries—Marquett, Coombs, Smith and Meyers M. Wheat, Grims, Jacobs and Wheat. GAMES TODAY. Bostpn^at St. Louis. Brooklyn at Pittsburgh. New Yprk at Chicago. Philadelphia at Cincinnati AMERICAN LEAGUE. Club— W. L. Pet Chicago G'l 32 .652 Cleveland .... 18 42 .533 Detroit 48 52 .480 New York ... 44 54 .451 Philadelphia 33 41 .416 Washington .. :u: 52 .409 St. Louis 33 56 .371 GAMES WEDNESDAY. Chicago at New York. First game— Club— R. H. El New York 1 6 0 Chicago 4 10 2' Batteries—Mogridge, Hendrix and Nunamaker Cicotte and Schalk. Chicago at New York. Second game— Club— R. H. E. New York 1 8 3 Chicago 5 12 1 batteries—IRu...

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. — 26 July 1917

THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1017 F. E. Young Real Estate Company FOR SALE—Will pell either or both of our cars at very reasonable prices one-six-cylinderj seven-pas •senger Overland: Continental en­ gine fine running order one Coun­ try Club car, brand new. FOR SALE—Over two thousand lots, in Bismarck, mostly on very rea­ sonable terms all parts of the city. FOR \SALE—The largest list of houses in the city, from 3 and 4 rooms to 10 rooms, at prices fromi J% H. HOLIHAN Room* 2 and 4, Lucas Block Phons 745 HELP WANTED-MALE WANTED—Man acquainted' with the town for delivery work. Apply Gus sner's store. 7-25-3t WANTED—Men and teams for hay­ ing. Wachter Transfer Co. 7-23-Gt HELP JV ANTED—FEMALE WANTE D—VVomairfor general house­ work. Wages $25 per month. Call at 423 Third St. 7-26-6t WANTED—Good iron girl for laun­ dry work. 518 Broadway. H. Wah. 7-26-3t WANTED-p-Girl for housework in the country. Address E. A. Green, Bis­ marck, or phone 410F-21. 7-25-6t WANTEb-Bookkeet)fei--- with steno­ graph...

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. — 26 July 1917

Wt EIGHT HINDI PEOPLE 1ST TALK IS UK FIAT Federal Judge Declares Witnes­ ses Cannot Refuse to Tell What They Know GRAND JURY MAY LOOK INTO BOWMAN SITUATION Fargo, N. D., July 2(i.—A witness before a federal grand jury can not claim privilege and refuse to answer any and all questions put to him in an effort to discover violations of the law. A ruling to this effect, setting a pre­ cedent important in all the federal courts of the nation, was made by Dis­ trict Judge C. F. Amidon in the fed­ eral court at Fargo yesterday. The point came up in the hearings before the grand jury in the effort to determine whether federal laws had been violated at Minot in the raids and prosecutions carried on by Attor­ ney General William Langer of 'North Dakota. Sixty Witnesses Called. Attorney General Langer and his as­ sistant, Dan V. Brennan, discovered what they believed to be evidence of violation of federal laws in the man­ ner in which shipments of liquor into Minot had been handled. They com­ ...

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. — 27 July 1917

Si The Weather Generally Fair. THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NO. IJj FAMINE HOST DRIED FOE. Not Possible to Exeggerate Grav itp of Crises Facing Americans. Asserts Vrooman BUSINTSS MEN NEVER BEFORE SO PATRIOTIC Have Offered Services and Prop­ erties to Government—No Man too Old to Enlist Fargo, N. D., July 27.—Declaring that it Is not possible to exaggerate the gravity of the crisis that faces the people of the United States, As­ sistant" Secretary of Agriculture Carl Vrooman in a spirted address here to­ day before a large crowd at the In­ terstate fair grounds told his audience that "this is one of the most momen­ tous hours in our history, if not the most fateful hour in all histroy, for aa one of a sisterhood of nations we are face to face with war's most dreadful handmaiden, Famine. "Not as a people, of course," the secretary continued, "for we can al­ ways hope to feed ourselves, but as one of a sisterhood of hations, we are face to face with famine right now. We may not be starving ou...

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. — 27 July 1917

lira urns BROTHER'S WIFE Declares Patriotism of Judge and 6 Postmistress Above Reproach —Phelan Talks Fargo, N. D„ July 27.—The attack upon Mrs. l.illian Totten, postmistress at Bowman, is purely political, ema­ nating from the M'c Cumber faction of Slope republicanism, declares George Totten, a league press association or­ ganizer and brother-in-law of the wom­ an under fire. J. E. Phelan, former president of the. North Dakota Hankers' associa­ tion, and who recently defended Gov­ ernor Frazier and the league in his annual address to the bankers' con­ vention here, is reported to have strongly attacked the patriotism of Judge E. B. Totten, husband of the postmistress, and of Mrs. Totten when he appeared before the federal grand jury here. Mr. Phelan is president of the First National hank of Bowman and one of the Slope's most influential financiers, but he has oeen liberal in his attitude toward the league, in whose affairs the Tottens have been very active. George Totten, who rise...

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. — 27 July 1917

TRIDAY, JULY 27,1917 it Rugged Tread Ladies' and Misses' Oxfords and Pumps Tan. Black and Patent Clean up Price YAU'Erf TO $35°° REGULAR $i.oo VALUE the Management of the Auditorium is repeating Less than the Dust AT THE TO-NIGHT So don't Fail to see America's leading screen artist in the title role, and introduced to her host of admirers in the guise of a deserted orphan of English birth who has heen adopted by a sword maker in an East India city and reared amonk the-natives. Later it is discovered who she is but not until she has passed through all the anguish following the treatment by those who know her only as one of lower caste and less than the dust. TWO. SHOWS 7:30 AND 9: P. M. PRICES: 10 and 20c Double Cable Base Four strong steel cables built into the base of each tire—this is the big "Extra Service" feature that helps Federal Tires deliver unusual mileage. This Double-Cable-Base Construction removes the cause of most tire failures. It is the surest known protection agains...

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. — 27 July 1917

!THE TRIBUNE •mtered at the fc^stoffice, Bismarck, N. D., as Second Class Matter. ISSUED EVERT DAT EXCEW SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION KATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by mall or carrier, per month ViSJiM Dally, fey mall, one year in North Dakota 4.00 Dally, by mall In North Dakota, three months ..— Dally, by mail outside of North 1.26 Dakota, one year Dally, by rtiall outside of North Dakota, three months Weekly, by mail, per year 6.00 1.50 1.50 O. LOGAN PAYNE COMPANY Special Foreign Representative NEW YORK, Fifth Ave. Bldg. CHICAGO, Marquette Bldg. BOSTON, at DETROIT, Kresge Bldg. MINNE­ APOLIS, 810 Lumber Exchange. Member Audlt Bureau of Clrculatlon fHE STATE'S OLDEST* NEWSPAPER (Established 1872) WEATHER REPORT For 24 hours ending at noon July 2i Temperature at 7 a. '2 Temperature at noon Highest yesterday Lowest yesterday Lowest last night •,0 Precipitation Highest wind velocity Forecast For North Dakota: Partly cloudy and somewhat unsettled tonight and Saturday warmer tonight extreme eas...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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