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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 8 August 1917

11 I WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8.1917. ?.: SOCIETY If. T. U. Elects District Officers Mrs. L. E. Heaton of 'McKenzie was elected president of the Eleventh dis­ trict of the W. C. T. U., at its an­ nual meeting, Tuesday afternoon and evening, in the MeCabe Methodist Episcopal church. The other officers are: Vice president, Mrs. N1. C. Mac donald, Bismarck recording secre­ tary, Mrs. Ft. Mobley, Bismarck cor­ responding secretary, Mrs. C. B. ftog ers, McKenzie, and treasurer, Mrs. S. B. Norton, McKenzie. Governor Lynn J. Frazier and Attor­ ney General William Langer address­ ed the meeting during the evening ses­ sion. Rev. G. B. iNewcomb presided. •Miss Geraldine Penwarden entertain­ ed by reading two of Foley's poems. A feature of the meeting was the presence of Mr. and Mrs. Fargo of Fredonia, N. Y., who are members of the old brick Baptist church of that city, in which the first meeting of the 'V/. T. U. was held after its organ­ ization. Mr. and Mrs. Fargo are guests of the latter's siste...

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. — 8 August 1917

fl crnno SWAiUJr RE POUT Elf ITOL.DOHE.OF~W GIRL* IP TREAT HER-TOA 5UNM6. IF SHE'D MEETMjj AT imii ice_ HOOS Goldrick and Grant Pitch Air­ tight Ball at Jamestown Yesterday NEW ROCKFGRD REFUSES TO PLAY OFF SERIES HERE Admits Team Must Be Strength­ ened Before It Can Meet Bismarck Again By taking a doubleheader at James­ town yesterday, Bismarck has a clear title totthe state baseball champion ship. In a series of 13 games, Bis­ marck defeated New Rockford six times, lost five games and tied two. The first game yesterday was won by a 2 to 0 score. Goldrick and Ellis formed the battery and only three hits were secured from "Goldie," while Waswo was'touched up for eight hits. The eveniug game was also close, the score being 2 to 4, with Grant and Ellis the battery for Bismarck, and iWaswo, Browning and Moore for New Rockford. Bismarck has won its last few games with the Eddy county toam chiefly on superior stick work. The boys hit when hits meant runs. New Kockford recognized Bis­ marc...

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. — 8 August 1917

a' a&Kt Kj FOR .-^If^-^^ouse' of ,,spren rooms, M^ota.Jrqfis, windmill and other tyiilApu.'' East jmrt of the city. "$2,7(W, wilf'fa'ke automobile as part payment. 1 wt WRITE insurance in all lines. .. J. H. HOLIHAN Room 2 to 4 Lucas Block Phone 745 HELP WANTED-lftALE Calking Gtfcfrfton1, 1ST. P. 8-7-Sflt WANTED—Young man to care for yard and lawn. N. O. Ramstad, 824 Fourth street. 8-7-41 WA N ED—Competent mechanic fit Lahr Motor Sales Co. 8-1-tf WANTED—-Competent stenographer .. and bookkeeper. State experience and salary expected. Address "S" •Box 92 City. i' st-28-5t HELP WANffeP-fffcMAES WANTED—Girl, for general house­ work. Fh6ne! W.' W call 514 First st. ±1. ,8-8-st WANTfe.U u" 1- WANTED—Girl for general house work^ftftl)icir nfohitf}. Phrii*L410iF2. twttAwarrB alesinan to travel in this WT^ territory and represent high grade specialty liner Address 2215 Tribune oflice. I? AJv ?'Hij =T^""'l'r 8-6-5t FOR ^EWT-rTo yoiug men, two mo derni fiirnlsheB rooms in attractiVo home i...

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. — 8 August 1917

Ron :4-,-:.':: it HY VOTE Oil NEXT FRIDAY Senator Gronna Raps Assistants Chosen by Herbert C. Hoover to Assist Him SAYS THEY BELONG TO CLASS ROBBING FARMERS FOOD BILL PASSES. Washington, D. C., Aug. 8.—The food bill passed through the final legislative stage today, when it was finally adopted by the senate. It now goes to President Wilson. Senator Gronna was among the seven voting against the bill. Washington, Aug. 8—After another day's debate on the administration food control bill, the senate late to­ day reached a formal agreement by unanimous consent to vote Anally to­ day at 4 o'clock on the conference report, which was approved by the house last week. Both advocates and opponents of the legislation said today there was no doubt of the senate's approval of the conference report. The measure will be sent to Presi­ dent Wilson for his signature Friday. But few speeches are expected in the senate tomorrow before the vote. Immediately after its disposition it is planned to adopt th...

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. — 9 August 1917

$ 1 The Weather OMMrally Pair. Writes Governor Personally Ex­ pressing Regret for Mistake Regarding Second MANY OFFICERS MAY BE DISQUALIFIED BY LAW Number of Company Command­ ers as Well as Field and Staff Do Not Comply General W. K. Mapn, chief of militia bureau, in a personal letter to Gover­ nor Frazier this morning, explains the mix-up with reference to the Second regiment. The general: says: "The fixed rule of the bureau in regard to the strength of companies to be ac­ cepted has been to require a mini­ mum strength of 1,000. Through some inadvertence due to the press of business, a telegram was prepared and sent to the adjutant general of North Dakota in June, saving that the strength required would be 65. This Information did' not originate with that part of the office concerned with the raising of infantry regiments and companies, and, although my- name was signed to the' message, it was not brought to my attention until yes­ terday. As soon as I learned of it, steps were ta...

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. — 9 August 1917

+. ilArflTi tlftMJI ft Gttrl Had Expected dMta,.llt Ow't le»v« I tommies Coming Enderlin, N. D., Aug. "I expect tp. ^ay only six months, but now tBgt" oUr troops are here and more «^tilngf l'mj ayre Idon't know when 4 foil be back," writes. Gertrude Leb bitt, North Dakota's ambulance nurse the French battle front in a letter to her njothef here,, "Thqniwber of 66fandfMt.-lslcan t0 awful—the heavy drive taot^tpQm.bier.e," writes :Miss Lab, hear the guns roar itinuously, as we are in the invad bi)jt I hope it won't be 'fefDre the Germans will be pu8h bacfc ox* their own Boil. COUPON W. i% Ji ,*J 7 f.-v b* Sf f: I I never lized how dangerous a chance I *fes taking y/hea I sailed for Europe. Iflveryone was uneasy—no one slept rrfon the watch every second. All lights were out, portholes darkened, 3H even the. light of a match on deck, And ageing *long at breakneck filtfl in the dark, not knowing, what 4Hlome"nt we would go down. "The feod condition is terrible," ys&ls? Labbitt, who m...

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. — 9 August 1917

"r I*' Sr**v, \V|)rld M'/ir effects are being reflected not only in automobiles, but in their upholstery and in ap­ parelling of chauffeurs and foot­ men. The militaristic tendency was most noticeable at the Automo­ bile Fashion Show at Sheepshead Washington, D. C., Aug. 9—Con­ gress may turn itself into a great chautauqua when it finishes its work here, to enlighten every section of the country on the need of prosecut­ ing the war vigorously, not only as a war for world democracy, but as a tight for American rights and preser­ vation. President Wilson himself may "do his bit", in the same direction, pos­ sibly by a speech on some occasions, or by a letter to congressional lead­ ers. Plans were in a nebulous state to day, hut the undercurrent in official quarters was toward such a move. Congressional leaders were talking of practically putting congress on the stump- tby asking every representative and senator tQ go through his district during the recess, speaking on the part of the ...

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. — 9 August 1917

"{Pa cm, '5 ifr- !F*5fc' tvi du 11 r. stand at tha /''••tofflce, •. Bismarck. N V., as Seooud Class-Matter. IflflUEP EVERY DAY EXCBr 3UNPAY •UBSCKIPTION RATES PAYABLE' IN ADVANCE Daily, bjr maU or carrier, par month I .10 Daily, fey mall, one year 1b North Dakota 4.00 Dally, by mall In North Dakota, three months 1.2B Daily, by mall outside of North Dakota, one year (-00 Sally, by mall outside of North Dakota, three months 1.60 Weekly, by mall, per year 1.60 a LOGAN PAYNE COMPANY Special Foreign Representative MEW YORK, Fifth Ave. Bldg. CHICAGO, Marquette Bldg. BOSTON, 8 Winter it. DETROIT, Kreage Bldg. MINNE­ APOLIS. 810 Lumber Exchange Member Audit Bureau of Circulation^ TPM STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1872) Chicago Ai WEATHER REPORT For 24 hours eliding at noon Aug. Temperature at 7:00 a. 44 Temperature at noon 69 (Highest yesterday I. {Lowest yesterday Lowest last night 40 (Precipitation Fargo No!w (Highest wind velocity 25—NAV •i |j Forecast. For North Dakota: Fair ton...

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. — 9 August 1917

I SOCIi Soldiers to Ue Given Dish Totoels by Patriotic Women A committee of patriotic Bismarck women will furnish dishtowels for the First and Second regiments quartered at Fort Lincoln. Visits to the fort have jghow'n the great need for this very necessary article. Arrangements have been made with Mr. Finney to place a box in his phar­ Federated Clubs Planning For Annual State Meeting Officers and committee chairmen of the Minnesota Federation of Women's clubs are making elaborate plans for the annual meeting, which will be held this fall in Mankato. This meet­ ing will be of unusual moment on ac­ count of the stress of the times and the patriotic work which the women are doing. Interesting features of the conven­ tion will be the election of a new president, to succeed Mrs. Coe, who declines re-election the suffrage pro­ gram and the war relief. Among the names suggested as possible can­ didates for president are: Mrs. Geo. Allen of Rochester, Mrs. C. P. iNoyes of St. Paul, Mrs. P...

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. — 9 August 1917

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. .% 6 Club— W. L. Pet. Indianapolis .... 19 r.o .580 St. Paul r,9 4(5 .50*2 l^ouisville (53 50 .558 Columbus r»ti 51 .5215 Kansas City .... 42 r.o .457 Minneapolis 4:. (54 .423 Milwaukee 42 58 .420 Toledo 41 (57 .380 (JAMES WEDNESDAY. St. Paul, (5-4 Kansas City, 1-0. Minneapolis, 2-7 Milwaukee, 4-6. Columbus, 5 Toledo, 4. Louisville, 1 Indianapolis, 0. A NATIONAL LEAGUE. Club— w. L. Pet. X'ew York .04 31 .674 Philadelphia .50 42 .543 St. -Louis .. .55 48 .534 Cincinnati .. 56 53 .514 Chicago .... .52 52 .500 Brooklyn .. .48 50 .490 Poston .... ..43 53 .448 Pittsburgh .31 (57 .316 GAMES WEDNESDAY. Boston at Cincinnati. First game— Club— R. H. E Cincinnati 0 5 3 Boston 2 5 0 Batteries Regan and Wingo Barnes and Tragesser. Second game— Club— R. H. E. Cincinnati 3 6 1 Boston 0 2 1 Batteries—Rice, Toney an( Wingo Nelif and Tragesser. Brooklyn at Chicago. Club— H. E Chicago 2 7 0 Brooklyn 0 2 1 Batteries—Vaughn and Elliott Mart quard and Meyers. New York at St. Louis....

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. — 9 August 1917

F. E. Young Tel. No. 71 Et7mSTBWrXS- J. H. HOLIHAN Real Estate Bargain* •FOR SALE—'House of seven rooms, 10 lots, trees, windmill and other buildings. East part of the city. $2,700, or will take automobile as part payment. WE WRITE insurance In all lines. J. H. HOLIHAN Room 2 to 4 Lucas Block Phone 745 HELP WAKTEI—K42*E WANTED—Barber at once. $21.00 per week and 60 per cent. A. H. Pearson, Bismarck* Nf IX. 8-8r3t WANTED Trustworthy man with ability to sell for, automobile St. also Ford touring car, cheap 1v- Pho*^ Used only short time. Price- less than present yholwa .y'l'i-' FOR"**WL5^Urtag room, dining rootq Utd b*droom, furniture. Phone 307X or call SlO ^Uth St, ft»2t FOR 8A"CL-R!FLPIW.'.FRESH MIIKFOG WM* at Kats bam, cheap rpr cash. Guar­ antee of ,40 quarts of milk daily. See after-£ ia eveni^g or before in the" morning. &8-2t FOR -$AbC~4taly-'fc)tel in a good North Dakota town of 800 popala tlon: Write 'No. 227, care Tribune. 8-8-5t ANSWERING THIS AD with your name and add...

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. — 9 August 1917

•A $ i! M, HUES' SEIZURE *u Governor in Favor of Giving Op­ erators Chance to Make Good Before Acting "If satisfactory results cannot be obtained in any other way, 1 would be ija favor of the federal or state gov­ ernments taking over the coal mines and working them," said Governor ^ynn J. Frazier this morning. "1 am dl the opinion, however, that the con­ ference planned by the defense coun­ cils of the 1« coal producing states inay get results. I have had no for­ mal invitation to attend such a con­ ference and know nothing more of jibe proposal than 1 have seen in the Newspapers. 1 have nothing to say St present as to the fuel situation so jar as the lignite producers of North •Dakota are concerned." & North Dakota lignite mines are fjlAking every effort to increase pro­ duction to the maximum. Native coal rlces were 'boosted locally 25 cents 'or ton last spring, but no further ad­ vance has been made. Freight rates ty) lignite coal from the mines were ^posted approximately ei...

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. — 10 August 1917

Hie Weather Oentrally Fair. THIBTY.SIVENTH YIAS, HO. 188 DRIVE CNMT YPRES Forward Movement Gives British Better Grip on Yores Sector FEENOH SUCCEED IN 'OAPTUBING BIXSCHOOTE Hour JNlSipe Yet to Deliver Fin at Lens, Say Re ports PEACE MEMORANDUM. London, Aug. 10.—A special sub-committee of the British la­ bor party executive committee Hat been preparing a memoran­ dum upon the issues raised in the war and the ideas of British la­ bor in regard to peace proposals. Briefly the memorandum is an endorsement of the demand for the reparation and restoration in behalf of Belgium and other in­ vaded countries, a declaration in favor of the right of individual people to settle their own destin­ ies liberation of oppressed peo­ ples from Turkish mis-govern­ ment and demand for the estab­ lishment for a league of nations for the maintenance of peace and the elimination of the world war. The memorandum indicates that Germany is threatening the very existence of independent na­ tionality striking ...

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. — 10 August 1917

TWO Nothing .Dickinson Too .- Good for Members of Second Regi ment Organization Dickinson, N D. Aug. 10.—Dickin­ son's crack: machine gun cpmpany members hay« been guesta of the city at several social functions this week. Monday evening the patriotic aid and Commercial club gavle the boys a royat good time lit the armory with a program dajice and feed. On Wed­ nesday evening the bc*ys, appearing very smart in their- new uniforms donned first that day, were guests of the Young Ladies' Red Cross auxil­ iary at an armory hop. A large nuiriber of the company residing outside of the city found their pay from Uncle Siame rather meager to meet hotel and restaurant prices, and citizens early this week provided blankets for 'bunking in the armory, and the Elks and others as­ sisted the boys in getting together a housekeeping outfit .three tents be­ ing pitched on the armory grounds. The boys were, fortunate in having a fdll-fleged chef among' their number, and are very happy over their new c...

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. — 10 August 1917

FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1917. nmdi ii^r •%$ 'v 4* r--V^ nsrf: War Department Reports Palo, Alt'o. Caiifv, Will Be Ready by August 15 SOLDIERS ANXIOUS TO GET DOWN TO BUSINESS fesi Worijl. conies from the war depart­ ment Ju ^eSeffect that the camp ait Palo. sKo, Calif.* to which the North Dakotaregiments are assigned, will be ready for occupancy August 15, as originally icheduled. If this proves true ,the First regiment may receive, orders to move at a very early date. Neither regiment is completely equip­ ped. The First is fairly well supplied with both equipment and ordnance. The Second has just begun to receive its uniforms and clothing, and has nothing as yet in the way of blankets* X"' ~,/' r''• North Dakota-guard regiments are anxiously! awaiting marching Orders. Except as to the four ,companies «.of the Second battalion, First regiment, from. Bismarck. Mandan,. Dickinson and Jamestown, theset troops are quar­ tered at their home stations and the monotony* ot. constant drill. with n...

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. — 10 August 1917

m: S: •t 4 "f FOUR y, 'W THE TRIBUNE •aterad at the toff Ice, Blamarck, N. D.. Second Claga Matter. ISSUED EVERT DAT EXCEW SUNDAY ftUBSCfelPTlON RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Bally. by mall or c*rrlert per month -M Dally, by mall one year In North Dakota Dally, fey mall In North Dakota, three months :-,v 1,25 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, one year 1.00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dafcotal three months 1.60 yTb: Weekly, by mail, per year. 1.60 T1 wtt* r* O. LOGAN PATNE COMPANT Special Foreign Representative HEW YORK, Fifth Ave. Bldg. CHICAGO, Marquette Bldg.j BOSTON, 8 Winter St. DETROIT, Kresge Bldg. MINNE­ APOLIS, 810 Lumber Exchange 'Member Audit Bureau of Circulation f-MK STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1872) WEATHER REPORT for 24 hours ending at noon Aug. 10: Temperature at 7 a. in 42 Temperature at noon Highest yesterday Lowest yesterday 40 Lowest last night 40 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 12-NW Forecast for "North Dakota: Increasing cloudi­ ness and ...

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. — 10 August 1917

W .» 5 rrrgiirr .,ilS I (, I" •'tjr .AJlv J|M *^T TODAY, AUGUST 10/1917. A beyy. of Bismarck maidens are canvassing the city, selling tickets (or the concert Saturday evening in the Bismarck Auditorium which will be given toy the Second regiment band under the direction of Mr. Bachman They are wprking hard to secure a cyracity house to greet the 'boys. Mandan Women D6ing Work for Red Cross Mandan women have responded lib­ erally to the call for workers for the Red Cross. Between 25 and 30 wom­ en have been working Tuesday and -Friday afternoon of each week sewing on the various articles. Although they have accomplished splendid re­ sults many more women are needed and a call has gone out from the headquarters in the high school bulld­ og for more workers. Those interested in the movement are making a canvass for pieces of •luting flannels' to make fracture pil ,lows. All that is asked in addition ior the material that they are perfect -ty clean. A number of workers have started to-k...

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. — 10 August 1917

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Club- w. Indianapolis GAMES THURSDAY. Columbus, fi-7 Toledo, 2 St. Paul, Kansas City, 1-: Minneapolis, 10 Milwaukee, II. Louisville, ID IndiiinapoliH, 4. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Club- W. L. Pet. New York .. cr. 81 .077 Philadelphia .50 4."! ,5.'{8 St. Louis4.. .. ij.j 49 .52!) Cincinnati New York at St. Louis. Club— R. H. E. New York 4 13 3 St.. Louis 1 8 2 Ten innings. Batteries—Schupp and Gibson, Rar iden Meadows and Snyder. Boston at Cincinnati—rain. GAMES TODAY. Boston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Chicago. New York at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. AMERICAN LEAGUE, 'f Club- W. Tv. Pet Chicago 67 40 .627 62 40 .608 Cleveland 58 49 .542 Detroit 56 48 .538 New York 53 50' .r»ir» Washington 44 59 .427 Philadelphia 3!* 62 .386 St. Louis 37 66 .359 GAMES THURSDAY. Cleveland at New York. Club— R. H. I. Cleveland 13 1 New York 2 9 1 Ten innings. Batteries Lambeth, Bagby and O'Neill Shocker, Cullop and Xuna maker. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Club— K. H.B. St. Louis 2 ...

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. — 10 August 1917

-.. tou i- *r*\-rf mimr" F.E. .U. YOU (P sJ. H. HO LI HAN •, Raal fcatata Bargains POR SALE—'House of sev6n rooms, 10 Ipts, trbes, windmill and other bulldjngs. East |»art of the city. $2,70|, or will take. automobile as part payment. WE WRITE insurance in all lines. ii J. H.HOLIHAN Room 2 to 4 Lucia Block Phone 745 HELP WANTgft—MALE WA NT ED—iFirst clasii, all around butcfier. Apply at Ousaner'a 8-10-3t WANTED—Barber at once*! $21.00 per week and 60 per cent. A. H. Wanted: A good man to take charge of ou£ city sales, and to learn the real estate business. This is a splendid opening for the right man tor there is a wouderful future in this Msiness. We ^ill vork him into the land en^'of the business and if Jlf^Aakes go&Q tjis, future] is assured. ^Answer this act, by tetter only and not later than August 20. Give full par­ ticulars as to tige/ present and pre­ vious occupations and sales -experi •n®®- i-wv !»i 'S *i Pearson, Bismarck, N. D. 8-8-3t a NT E Trustworthy man witii abi...

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. — 10 August 1917

4 |i0HT I it. •ill 1 TM GDMIS5I0N SJf! NOT HIGH EM Looking for Something to Boost to Gain Increased Revenues for State When the state board of equaliza­ tion holds its first formal meeting, fol­ lowing the return of the state audi­ tor, who is junketing about other state capitals, the state tax commission will ask that the assessed valuation of rail­ ways operating in North Dakota be boosted $9,798,979, about 19 per cent over the 1916 assessment. The tax commission would increase the Great Northern from $20,150,048 to $24,623, $93 the Northern Pacific froiri $16, 132,997 to $21,207,076 the Soo from $10,759,145 to $10,853,776, and the Mil­ waukee line from $2,494,698 to $3,838, S14. The state board of equalization faces the necessity of increasing the assessed valuation of the state about 1225,000,000, it is claimed, and the oulk of this added burden will fall on farm lands. FRAIZER AND FRASER a AT FORT SNELLING FOR I OFFICERS' GRADUATION Governor Lynn J. Frazier and Adju ttnt Genera...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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