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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 August 1917

5 ,.r. Jt •enerelly Mfc*- 5*V-. .• .$ it Favoritism Shown in Waiter of i^oeal Exemption* Will Se Prosecuted ONLY INCIDENT OF KIND IN NATION SAY OFFICIALS Aliens With Dependents Abroad Barely Come Under Exemp. tion Rules Washington, Aiis..* 11.—'Members of the (New York local selective board who were relieved yesterday after an In qttiry into tbe manner in which dls cjlugM of draft had been granted will be prosecuted, officials of the protost marshal general's office said today. Op to this time, the New York in­ cident is, the only one where apy question as, to the good faith of local board has wen raised. Officials are preparing a supple-, mental ruling as to discharge for registered naturalized aliens support­ ing relatives in Jjhirope, The difficul­ ty is that the affidavits required can­ not 'be Obtained from any foreign country in the time allowed. This has made necessary a ruling to es­ tablish a policy. Indications are that discharges will not be granted lit many cases of this...

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. — 11 August 1917

I'v-' if" ,"»•/. :-*u-„.f:~^' .• '. i^ i* Asmral Census $hows :, crease in Population—Spec­ ial Districts Grow The new Morton county has a popu­ lation oC school age, six to 21, num­ bering 6,232, Ot this number 3,189 are boys and 3,043 are girls. Tbde information, waa, contained in the 'compilation of the reports ot spn^al census takers made at the office of the county superintendent, Harold K. Jensen, Thursday morn­ ing. The lateness 6f the hour will not permit the publication of full de t|ils-, which will be given next week. $ lift t'-' "sr J# Mandan News Bureau SEN Pa$ Dividends in Satisfaction Satisfaction in the: certain knowledge that Racine Country Ro«l Tires are scientifically built to mee^ the many difficulties of country road driving. Unexcelled for cjty use. Racine-equipped means dividends to you in satis/action and excess mileage. Bt sure the name Racine Rubber Company it on the tide wail. Corwin Motor Co. There are 41 numbered and two special districts in the new count...

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. — 11 August 1917

Cfo'se 1:# p. m. v-S '•V f'V ltrm auwi wiNweAPoti^. i* No. dark.nqr spg •Notlnbrt%ftfgprlng... No: I ifd ?... 'Nb. 2 dark nor spg....'. l*o. 2 northern spring... N*6: 2 fed spring....... 'No. 3 dark Hbr spg...".. No, 3 norttiieVn spring... Xdf3 spimig irofi'dttrlriior spg...... *2hdHtM6ntwhiter fc 2 hatod',Mbnt*Mfinter. 280 2# 285 285' Mttnt. jtr winter Shard irf whiter. nHnteir W 22$ Xtff&Mtiirk.: ..v.- 2^ Corn other grades:...... 200 •No. 2 white OUTff MOM.. 74 Standard white oats.... 68 StahdWnF VThfl% oats arti 5? f«o. 3 white oats........ 67 No. 3 white oats to arr. 67 No. '3 white orfta. $ Barley choice .......... 13S Barley owHfaary 75 6 8 67 tlS No. 1 ryif ...../ 1^4* IW, iryeto aft1 185 No. 1 mix seed. 340 No. 1 Flax seed to.arr.. 340 No. flax seed to arr in Sept., Oct., Nov— 3.45 Sept. whefel 217 0» Sept. oitq 55% New Sept. data.- 56%s 01«r pi»e! oats /....... 55% New bee. oats ......... 55%: ,tr bULUTH. No. 1 northern on trk... 290" ?J©7'2 northern ontrk... 285 9.«rr....

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. — 11 August 1917

I'A" A j' 1 m- ^i' V*4** ft* I & kf THE TRIBUNE •Btewd at tlw e-wtoBU*. Btomarck, M~ D., Stcoud CUm Matter. IBBCKD EVERY DAT HOCCBW aUNDAT BPRcKxption rates payable in ADVANCE Btfly. ky nail or carrier, vm •Math Dally, tjr mall, on* year in North Dakota Lowest last night Precipitation probably fair. 4.00 Dally, kj nail In North Dakota, thna month* 1.26 Daliy. by mall outalde of North Dakota, ooa year I.w 0|ily, by mall outside of North tXuota, three monttaa }-f® WefklyToy "Mil, per year 1.80 Q.LOQAN PAINE COMPANY Special Foreign Representative •CW YORK, Fifth Are. Bid*. CHICAGO, Marquette Bid*.: BOSTON. Winter •I. DETROIT, £re»ge Bid*. MINNE­ APOLIS, IIP lumber Exchange. M'^^er Audit Bnreao of Circulation TffK HTATtB'a Ot-nEST NKWaPAPifilt (Established 1*72) WEATHER REPORT for 34 hours ending at noon Aug 11: Temperature at 7 a. m. .»' -57 Temperature at noon -€2 Highest yesterday lowest yesterday D„ Highest wind velocity -15-N0 Forecast for North Dakota: Showers tonight coder ex...

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. — 11 August 1917

BATP1DAY. U.- sv-. IvS- & Ww ,5k'- An--. 1 'fiSOCIETY All Set for Concert for Bismarck Soldier Boys Tonight Fine Program of Band and Vocal Numbers for Recital at Auditor ium This Evening—Rev. Oeor ge Buxzelle to Hake Patriotic Ad dress—Capacity 'House Assured Second Band from Harvey^ All. Is in readiness for the band con­ cert this evening In the •Bismarck Au­ ditorium by the Seeonid Infantry band, N, D. N. G., of Harvey under the di­ rection of Harold Bachman. The final rehearsal was held this morning, •ntf the program promises to be of ex­ ceptional merit. land Number! New. Director BachmaB announces that with the exception of one number, "Uncltf Tom's Cabin," which will be played by request, the program is en­ tirely new. Several special features have beeti added. 'A male guartet composed of Major Hunt, first tenor (Private Harmon, second tenor Lieut. Fraine, first basB, and Lieut. Orchard, second bass, will sing and the male chorus compdBed of boys from the fort will sing th...

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. — 11 August 1917

14 T| 0 Yi II .V i,: it if I 11 i! $ 11 M. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. «9 Club— W. .69 Ipdlariapdlis St. PSul Louisville CoIumibuS ... Kan&aij City MlnnttipOlis Milwaukee .. Tolfcdto ...... L. Pet. .575 .565 .565 .527 .443 .424 .422 .373 51 47 50 52 53 64 59 69 ..61 ..65 ..58 ..42 ..47 .43 .41 GAWEBS FRIDAY. Milwaukee^ 3 St. Paul, 2 ten inn­ ings. Minneapolis, 8 Kansas City, 3. Louisville, 4 Columbus, 3. Toledo-Indianapolis game not sched­ uled. 4 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Clttb—» W. 66 50 55 57 N0w York Philadelphia St. LouiB .. Cincinnati Chicago .... Brooklyn' Boston Pittsburgh Is Pet. .679 .526 .524 .518 .500 .490 .443 .330 31 4® 50 53 5S 51 54 67 ..53 4fl 43 3 3 GAMES FRIDAY. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Club— R. H. E. Pittsburgh .'.. 1 4 Philadelphia .. 0 9 2 Batteries Cooper and Schmidt Rlxie and Klllifer. "-i.loiton at Cincinnati. rii Club— R. HIE. in in at 7 7 1 2 0 Boston .:. 5 2 Batteries—'Mitchell and Wingo Ru­ dolph, AIUIU, Range and1 Tragcsser. Brooklyn at Chicago. 1 CIOIH- R.HiB ...

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. — 11 August 1917

3 {-Ft 'f rraiTCfir'' /k l, V- tv! A*c^- mMS» -fe-y&f, *vT*V- rP:- WAITED—oirt v^'v *.: tV-d 8J^«BUd opening tor the right* map :\?rt-tyrwjtt* It a, wonderful future la this •r' ^^worfchim 1btu the .A &>*&*> mm- .::V 'V? .''V': 'v'--?'b-,rv It AMMBAia A ii MSMWMi: V'.: .0,1 -1 •... Real Estate Bargains .'M fZiV\ •.»:•. FOR SALE—House of seven rooms, 19 lots* trees, windmill and other buildings. But part of the **. *8.700, or wUl take automob^^^*^ W£ wlilfe insurance in all J. H. HOUMAN Retm I to 4 LueSs flock HELP WMliD-"" WANTED—First clnss, all arou butcher. Apply at GUsanertt. 4-l0-3t CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS^ Bismarck soon. Men and womeh desiring government clerkships, de partmSqtal, postolfice, railway mal), customs, stenographer, write for free particulars (former goverm. Kenolf Bldg., Vft WANTED—Trait* ability to sell..jF|Nft £xpfrienceunne« position. Opport ment. Apply CARPENTER! men at once, caU or phone .C Calkins, Garrlso?.:,,N!. fi, WANTED—Comi Lahr M...

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. — 11 August 1917

& K# tV m-1 r--:'' I'.!.. 1$ I LIKELY S:r ni roe Adjutant General Contemplates Filling Commiuiona With Snelling Grads While in Minneapolis yesterday at­ tending the review at Fort Snelling, Adjutant General Fraser kept his E A The Northwest Hotel Rsstoasble Hsfci •M# \-A. 50c par i*y u4 ap Siwl* 1MB with Uth, $1.00 RMUUMhottad cold wafcf amy tooa Oppmih McKmit Hotel, THE HOTEL CENTER IN 20 Man Suppose one of 4 Room TIM MCKENZIE. 210 BISMARCK, N. D. Suppose This Were YOU! your While in Mimteapolis, the adjutant general also took up with Colonel Sage the difficulties of the Second With regard to its field and staff offi­ cers, practically all of whom exceed The Seventh Sfcxy of North Dakota. jUtomUly hnproof. wheels col­ lapsed on a lonely road, miles from any garage or repair shop. Suppose you had to sit by the roadside for boon and wait tor help to get home. Mot a pleasant thought, is It? But that's what nay happen any time if yon go •at with IOOM wheels. Tightens and Strengthen...

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. — 13 August 1917

Ily Fair. Good Commission Comes to Bis marekXJandidate at Snelling Training Camp MANY NORTH DAKOTANS REWARDED WITH POSTS Esra P. Wing of Capital City Named for Place in National Army George, Ruas, Jr., cashier of the Bismarck bank, is among the few North Dakotans to win a captaincy in the officers' reserve corps at thet first officers' training camp at Fort Snelling, whose commencement exer­ cises were held last week. Ezra P. 'Wing, a brother-in-law of former At­ torney General Andrew 'Miller, for­ mer law reference librarian at the capital and for years engaged in an important capacity at the state peni­ tentiary, is among the small number selected for commissions in the na­ tional army, which will mean almost immediate entrance upon active duty. A similar honor comes to Manley A. Falconer of Wilton, who was detailed from Co, A, First infantry. North Dakotans commissioned in the regular army are: George E. Fin garson, Hillsboro Joseph B. Conmy, 'Pembina Ward H. Porter, Fargo George...

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. — 13 August 1917

*jro NEWS OIF NORTH Representative From Third Dis­ trict Considering Raising Squad of Congressmen 'If I can get a half dozen repre­ sentatives to join me, I intend to get into this war myself," said Rep. P. D. Mdrt6h of the Third North Dakota dis­ trict, during his few hours' stay in Bismarck while en route to his home at Hettinger. "It's the greatest conflict of all time," said the congressman, "and it •will 'be embarrassing in years to come i&t this yonng man now in his thirties •who stay 6ut. He will find it difficult to'answer the question: 'And what part did you take?' Congress (Representative Norton stated, is preparing lor three years of war. The war may last six months, or it' rtay last 1(1 years, he believes. He feels that congress is proceeding •with its preparations for war with as much despatch as could ibe expected. The house is now enjoying a three wtiekfi' recess, during which time it expects the senate to finish its opera­ tions on the revenue bill. When the hous...

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. — 13 August 1917

ft Close 1:03 p. m. i., MOlfDAY, AUatJfiT 13,1917. fl/t. ahljnJ., »r* I QRAIN MARKETS 1 MINNEAPOLIS. No. 1 dark nor spg 305 No. 1 northern spring... (X* •No. 1 red spring. 295 •Nb. 2 dark nor spg 300 No. 2 northern spring... 300 No. 2 red spring....... 290 'No. -3' dark nor spg 290 No. 3 northern spring... 290 No. 3 spring 285 No. 4 dark nor spg 285 No. 2 hd dk Mont winter 290 No. 2 hard Mont winter. 280 No. 2 yellow.hard Mont. 280 No. 3 dk hd Mont winter 280 iNo. 3'hard Mont winter. 275 No. 3 yw hd Mont winter 265 'No. 1 durum 250 (No. 2 durum 240 iNo. 3 durum 225 No. 3 yellow corn 221 No. 3 mixed corn 220 Cora other grades 200 No. 2 white oats Mont.. 74 Standard white oats 68 Standard white oats arr 58 No. 3 white oats 67 No. 3 white oats to arr. 67 'NO. 3 white oats.... 66 Barley choice 138 Barley ordinary 115 No. 1 rye 194 No. 1 rye to arr 185 No. 1 flax seed 340 No. 1 Flax seed to arr.. 340 No. 1 flax seed to arr in Sept., Oct., Nov 345 Sept. wheat 217 Old Sept. oats 55% New Se...

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. — 13 August 1917

M?: •M- ft /*r jf r, fi \Y«' -^•*r THE TRIBUNE •atared at the t'-wtofflce, Biamarck, N. D., as Seooud Class Matter. ^jUET UED EVERY DAY EXCEW SUNDAY 3RIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE DaOr, by mall or carrlar, p« [i Booth I tally, kjr mall, on* year in North jJDakota 4 Sally, ky mall la North Dakota, tkiw months 1.26 Dally, wtmc by mall outside of North Dakota, one year XMlly. by mall outside of North Dakota, three months 1-JJ) W—kly. by mall, per year 1.50 O. LOGAN PAYNE COMPANY fecial Foreign Representative •tifew YORK, Fifth Ave. Bid*.: CHICAGO, Marquette Bide. BOSTON, I Winter fit: DETROIT. Kresse Bid*. MINNE APOLJ8, S10 Lumber Exchange. Audit Bureau of Circulation yiilC BTATB'H ni.nKST NEWSPAPER (Established 1«72) WEATHER REPORT i, fdr 24 hours ending at noon Aug. 13 Temperature at. 7:04. a. 53 Temperature at noon Highest yesterday 84 Lowest yesterday Lowest last night Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 10 S Forecast. For North Dakota: Fair tonight and Tuesday warmer tonig...

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. — 13 August 1917

TTTTC A it a J* 11 r. 1 MOWDAY,APGUST 13.1917 11 T^- S .. For Mia* Gunness. SOCIETY Conqnusman Norton Guest fV At Govtmm's Mansion Congressman D., Norton. of Wash­ ington, D. C„ who far spending some time in the state, was a dinner guest Saturday evening of Qovernor and Mrs. Lynn J. Frazier. Governor and Mrs. Frazier and Congressman Nor­ ton occupied a box at the* Auditorium that evening to hear the Second Reg Ifeient bhnd. give its initial concert in the capital city. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. LaRue enter­ tained informally last evening at din­ ner at their home., on Avenue A in honor of Miss Clara Gunness of Aber ct-ombie, who is the guest bf Mr. and Mrs. (Lewis ,H. .Carufel. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Carufel, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Qussner, Miss Gun­ ness, O.-R. LaRue of St. Paul, father of Mr. and Mrs. LaiRue, and the hosts. For Mrs.. Cuihing. iMrs. F. E. Luehe will entertain at bridge tomorrow afternoon at her borne on First street in honor of her ijouse guest, Mrs. W. F. Cushing ...

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. — 13 August 1917

tr Club- Indianapolis Louisville ... St. Paul toiuiribus ... Kansas City Minneapolis Milwaukee .. Toledo ...... •?. rl 4 ., I 5 U: I *3 14 I $• If JtfitU) sddNflP .3&&I3 {.ANT GET HIM no «UD(rt: If BASEBALL SCORES DP GAMES SATURDAY. Louisville, 4 Columbus, 3. Minneapolis, 3 Kansas City, 1. St. Paul, 4 Milwaukee, 1. Indianapolis, 2 Toledo, 1. frJP&AP .GAMES SUNDAY. (Louisville, 4 Columbus, 2. Indianapolis, 5-4 Toledo, 4-3. Minneapolis, 1 Kansas City, 0. St. Paul-Milwaukee—rain. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Club- W. L. Pet. New York 65 32 .669 Philadelphia 52 44 .542 St. Louis .56 '52 .519 Cincinnati 59 54 .522 Brooklyn 48 52 .480 Chicago '55 63 .466 Boston ..... .-43 »5 .439 Pittsburgh 33 70 .320 .11 GAMES SATURDAY. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. First game Club— R. H. E. Philadelphia 4 11 1 .Pittsburgh 3 9 2 Batteries—Alexander and Killifer filler and F'ischer. Second game— Club— R. H. E. Philadelphia 3 6 1 Pittsburgh 2 10 4 (Batteries—Oeschger and Adams Evans, Steele and Schmidt. Bost...

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. — 13 August 1917

•m 4 I 4 v_ MOMPAV, Attpst 13/191?. F. E. Young Real EstafejCompany 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 WRIT EJnsurance in all lines. 'f J. H. HOLIHAN Roam 2 to 4 Lucas Block Phone 745 HELP WANTED-MALE WANTED Trustworthy man with ability to sell. For automobile sales. Experience unnecessary. Permanent position. Opportunity for advance­ ment. Apply Labr Motor Sales Co. 8-9-6t CARPENTERS WANTED—Six good men at once, call or phone .€ R. Calkins, Garrison. N. D. 8-7-301 WANTED—Competent mechanic at Lahr Motor Sales Co. 8-1-tf HELP WANTED—FEMALE WANTED—-Chambermaid at once at the Banner House. 8-ll-2t WANTiED—A thoroughly competent maid for general housework in fam* lly of two. Wages $35 per month. Address 230, Tribune. 8-10-3t WANTED—Woman for general house­ work on farm. Phone 410F21. 8-9-6t WANTED—Girl for general house­ work, $30 per month. Phone 410F2. WANTED—Competent...

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. — 13 August 1917

&r 1 I Modeled on "Pan-Germanism, Plans of Asiatic Junkers Em­ brace Autocratic Realm to In elude China, India, Philippines, Hawaii, and Dutch, French and British Islands. (Written Especially for the Tribune.) By DR. ARTHUR J. SELWYN BROWN. (Famous Economist and Financial Expert, Traveler and Student 1 & of the Orient.) New York, Aug. 13—The black Shadow of "Pan-Japanese" plans to' seize and dominate the Pacific is fall­ ing across the world. Modeled exact­ ly on Pan-Germanism, the plans of the Japanese junkers are exactly as dangerous to world peace. Japan is planning an Asiatic em­ pire covering 7,000,000 square miles Qf territory, with a population of near ly 1,000,000,000 Asiatics. Its bound­ aries will Include British India, Thib­ et, China, Siam, the Dutch colonies, many of the South Sea islands, Ha wiii and the Philippines. Already the first part of the gigantic plan is completed. The dream of "Mltteleuropa," dom­ inated by German militarism, caused tbe European war. ...

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. — 14 August 1917

WFZ .WW#® The Weather" Owarally Fair. {THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, MO. POPE PUTS BAN ON IMTJTIIS Appointed Buyer for the Northwest. •I a WILL HAVE CONTROL OF 1917 CROP MOVEMENT Order Does Not Hit Minneapolis Hard, as Trading Has Been Light. \j Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 14.—All fu­ ture trading in wheat on the Minne­ apolis exchange,was today ordered stopped by H. C. Hoover, national food administrator. Telegrams to President W. O. Tim merman from Julius Barnes, New York, who will be appointed chairman of the federal grain board, according to Washington dispatches, declared the administration would ask no fu­ ture trading in rye. It was announced by President Tim merman that advices from Washing­ ton were to the effect that Frank L. Carey of Minneapolis would be ap­ pointed wheat buyer for the North­ west, and would be in control of mov­ ing the 1917 grain crop in this sec­ tion. The government's intentions, as re­ flected in the telegram of Mr. Barnes, anticipates the stopping of all rye fu...

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. — 14 August 1917

TWO i' •i ?li !r. at MIMIS SAD I, artam HAVE EliNG TO Mm JMDE Sanish, N. D., Aug. 14 —John Cloon, Sanish homesteader, is home from Efcrnesvllle, Minn., with his two small sons, Roscoe and Forrest, who found borne life too tame and set out to see &e world. Their adventure had a sad ending at Barnesville, when the younger of the boys, aged 11, in leap­ ing from a freight train was thrown against a switch stand ami one of his legs was so badly mangled that ampu­ tation was necessary. His right arm also was' broken, and he lost two fin­ gers from his right hand. HI SORE ON IIMIl Makoti, N. D., Aug. 14.—The Makoti Sentinel makes the unchallenged as sertion that many of the trails recent­ ly blazed through the Berthold reser­ vations have been pure fakes, crea tions of the master mind of the blazer, sold to enterprising commercial clubs at so much the blaze. Towns which paid the price, it is charged, have been provided with trails, no matter where they began or ended. Fifty dollars ha...

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. — 14 August 1917

(I i! Ml I 1 A! TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1917. -Vi VOUR FRIMDS are proud of you, and the cause you serve. They Want your photo­ graph. Special Discount to Drafted Men and Volunteers Do It To-day ..' HOLMBOE STUDIO- Publicity Film Co. Ground Floor, Four Doors North of Grand Pacific Hotel BISMARCK, N. D. Close 2 P. m. .•r&'l 7 ORAIN MARKETS o- MINNEAPOLIS. No. 1 dark nor'n spring. 290 No. 1 northern arr Aug.. 235 No. 1 northern spring... 285 No. 1 northern arr Aug.. 2S5 No. 1 red sp'ring 280 @285' No. 1 red spring arr Aug 235 No. 2 dark nor'n spring. 280 @290 (No. 2 northern spring... 280 @290 No. 2 red spring 275 iNo. 3 dark nor'n spring. 275 No. 3 northern spring... 270 @285 No. 3 red spring 2G5 @280' No. 3 dark nor'n spring. 2i65 @275 iNo. 4 northern spring... 255 @275 No. 4 red spring 250 @270 No. 2 dk hd Mont winter 280 No. 2 hard Mont winter 270 @280 No. 2 yw hd Mont winter 250 @260 No. 3 dk hd Mont winter 270 @275 No. 3 hard Mont winter. 265 @270 No. 3 yw hd Mont winler 245 @255...

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. — 14 August 1917

I :'. '. ft \i ii Si 11. 6 'i It •THE TRIBUNE at tht i^natoffice, Blam*rck, N. V., ma Second Class Matter. faaUED EVERY DAY KXCEW SUNDAY iU&fiCKIPTlON KATE8 "pAXABLE IN ADVANCE Bfelly, by mall or carrier, par ypAwtii *10 Dally, *y mall* one yetr lo Nort* Dakota 4.00 Dally, fcjr mall In North Dakota, thre* month* 1-26 Dally, by mail outside of North Dakota, one year (•00 Dally, by mad outside of North Dakota, three months 1-M Weekly, by mall, per year 1.60 a. LOGAN PAYNE COMPANY Special Foreign Representative UZW YORK,'Fifth Ave. Bldg. CHICAGO, Marauette Bldg.: BOSTON, 8 Winter it. DETROIT, Kresge Bldg. MINNE­ APOLIS. 810 Lumber Exchange. Member Audit Bureau of Circulation^ fHBT STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPKK (Established 1872) WEATHER REPORT for 24 hours ending at noon Aug. 14: Temperature at 7:00 a. GO Temperature at noon 82 Highest yesterday #7 Lowest yesterday Lowest last night 59 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity ... SB—15 Forecast. For North Dakota. Generally fair tonight ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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