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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 August 1917

The Weather ^Generally Fair. IN THjRTY DAYS No Distinction Made Between Country Warehouse and Terminal Storage SEED PROBLEM PUT UP TO U. S. DEPARTMENT Food Administrator Advises That He Hopes for Satisfactory Action on Matter TO BE HEARD. Fargo, Aug| 23.—A. W. Law­ rence, of Fargo ,a member of the committee sent to Washington by the aFrgo Commercial club to pro­ test against the fixing of the price of wheat lower than $3.00 wired the local club today that the North Dakota delegation would be granted a hearing by the commit­ tee. No definite date was set, *e said, but it was thought it would be soon as the price fixing com­ mittee is reported to be ready to name a price by next Tuesday. Previous efforts by the committee to obtain a hearing in which to lay their facts before the wheat price fixing committee had failed. No discrimination under the food regulatory laws of the United States can be made in favor of country ele vators, Herbert C. Hoover, national food administrator, last e...

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. — 23 August 1917

two Former Hannaforcl, N. D. Man, Ab.ductor of Cousin, Es­ capes Vigilant Officers Wolf Point, Mont., Aug. 2.'!.—After a chase across the state o£ Montana, Albert M. Saby, wanted for kidnap­ ping Miss Clara L. Anderson, 15-ycar old Hannaford, X. D., girl, from her grandfather while they were waiting here for a train to carry them back home July 21, is still at large. Saby put in an appearance just before the arrival of the train which was to carry the couple homeward. He engaged the girl in conversation, and at a mo­ ment when her grandfather's back was turned, piled her into an automo­ bile standing at the platform and sped away. The trail was picked up at Glasgow, where the car was aban­ doned, and the couple were again re­ ported in Chinook. Helge W. Hauge, a relative of the girl, and Deputy Pat­ ten then followed the couple into west­ ern Montana, wnere Miss Anderson was found, deserted by her wooer. Saby, who remains at large, is a cou­ sin of the girl. He resides near the Ande...

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. — 23 August 1917

I' x. THURSDAY AUGUST 23 1917. ('Continued from Page One.) Serbia or Herzegovina. He doesn't think of himself as a Slav. He thinks of himself as a citizen of a word, that ough tto have only one race, and that the human race. He will never believe that he ought to fight because a half-witted person, then called a czar, now (I give thanks!)harvesting potatoes in the Caucasus, once signed some papers obligating Old Russia to do ccrtain things. Old- Russia is no more, the czar has vanished, not one thing that he did can bind the New Russia. Across the measureless gulf that has opened between the Old Russia and the New there is not even wire­ less communication. But that democracy may survive in the world and hot be suppressed that there may be a chance to carry out the hopes of social regeneration that are the mainspring of his philosophy, the typical Russian will lay down his life without the least hesitation. He didn't face death and Siberia, (which is worse) all the years of the revo...

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. — 23 August 1917

FOUi THE TRIBUNE Entered at the I'mslottice, lliuiimirh, IX, by ii&ll, for 1!4 bourn finding al noon Auk Teniporuluro a I 7 a in N. a# Second Clans Mat Inc. issued jsvisnr DAY EXCEPT HUSUA BUBSCftJPTION HATJSS PAYABLK JN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, fer in/tilh ,r0 Dally, per year 00 iMlly, by mull lu North IJakota, three month# 1-26 Dally, by mail oulttlde of North Dakota, one year l-W Daily, by mall outside of North Dwurta. threo mo/itlix 1.10 Weekly, by mall, pur yi .tr ... 1.60 a LOOA'N I'AVNI 'COMPANY Special Foreign Jt«ijre»ciiUttv« •JBW YORK, VlfWi Ave. Illd*.: CHICAGO, Marauette Bldyj HOHTON, Winter 0t. DEJTaOIT, Kre#*tt Hid*. MINNE­ APOLIS, tlO Lumber lOicTianifu. MIOMKJOit OF AHHOCIATWI) Plll'lttS. Tim AHHoelaled Promt IK excliiHively eiiilllod to the IIHO for republication of till IIOWH enjrJil«il lo It or not other WIHH credited in IhiH paper and UIHO the local IKIWH puJilitdiMd herein. All rl«hlH of republication of Hpeelul dlHpalchiiM herein itro (ILHO Member reHcrve...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 August 1917

1. THURSDAY AUGUST 23 1917 SOCIETY "Brilliant Dancing Partty CiVen at Country Club The dicing party and reception given last evening at the Bismarck Country club by" Capt. and Mrs. Henry T. Murphy and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Battey, wa,s one of the most brilliant afairs of the social season at the club. The club house was adorned with the national colors. .. The ceiling and walls were practically hidden with the flags. The flowers used were sweet peas. Capt. and Mrs. Murphy and Mr. and Mrs. Battey with Mrs. Hattey's sister, Miss Russell, and Mrs. Daniels of Mi not .received from 8 o'clock to 10. Dancing followed the reception. A musical program was given by the or­ chestra, composed of members of the Second Regiment band, during the re­ ception and the same musicians fur­ nished the dance music. Many of the officers now stationed at Fdrt Lincoln attended giving it a Infantry Band Arranges Splendid Program The Second Regiment band of Har­ vey, N. D., has arranged an interest­ ing program ...

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. — 23 August 1917

I 'i hi 3 *4? I 11 & !i"V- ry£/ SIX »tn«Hp SCOOP Club— Indianapolis Louisville St. Paul Coluinlnis Kansas City Milwaukee Minneapolis Toledo Batteries—'Walsh, Nehf and Mey­ ers Doak, Watson and Gonzales. Chicago at Philadelphia. Club— It. H. B. Philadelphia 5 11 1 Chicago ..0 7 1 Batteries—'Alexander and Killifer Prendergast, Hendrix and Elliott. Cincinnati at New York. Club New York Cincinnati Batteries Benton Schneider and Wingo. I REPORTER ("THERE (4RETW0 THINGS I. WANT "TO FIND OUT BEFORE TOtNING-lH' X^VlATWSERVICEfy 1*1 »J« lj» I** .J. J. l*« AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. C* *& •J' •C" "S1 w. Pet. 75 48 .G10 .72 5 .576 68 53 .502 .6(1 55 .516 .55 Ii2 .470 r2 05 .144 5 '4 71 .432 43 78 .356 GAMES WEDNESDAY. St. Paul, 3-1 Minneapolis, 2^2. No other games played. & & *5* & "J* S "J fr $ NATIONAL LEAGUE. Club- New York Philadelphia Cincinnati St. Louis Chicago Brooklyn & W. L. Pet. 72 39 .649 60 47 .561 54 .534 61 55 .526 59 57 .509 51 58 .482 47 fl!) .443 36 77 .31S...

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. — 23 August 1917

THURSDAY AUGUST 2^917. IF. E. F.E. Young Real Estate Company Young HELP WANTED—MALE WANTED—Woman for general house­ work. Wages $5.51) per week. Call 423 Third. 8 23 WANTED—Porter steady position^ good wages. Apply at Hoskins. 8-21-51 WANTED—Bank help. Can use two young men also stenographer. First Guaranty Hank. S-21-6t WANTED—Man for delivery work. Gussner's store. 8-21-2t CARPWTYRS"WA^TED^SIX good men at once, call or phone R. Calkins, Garrison. N. D. 8-7- 30t HELP WANTED—FEMALE WANTED—Experienced chambermaid at Grand Pacific hotel. 8-21 -3t WANTED—Girl for general house1 work, $30 per month. Phone 410F2. FOR SALE Paige 4-40, electrict starter and lights, Hartford shock absorbers, newly repainted, new storage battery, gen­ erally overhauled, radiator rebuilt, etc., Leather in At condition. Chains, two extra rims, extra tire, etc. Price $350 cash, no terms. Inquire C. G'. Lucas. 8-11-tf POSITIONS WANTED WANTED—Position by experienced cook une. WANTED" FOR SALE—The' well known J. W...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 August 1917

EIGHT "We are duo this fall for the big­ gest influx- ol' land-sockers from south­ ern Minnesota, northern Iowa and parts of South Dakota we have had in years," said E. Young of the Capital Cily Insurance agency today on his return from a several weeks' tour of inspection through these sec­ tions. "Farmers in those states have had good crops generally," said .Mr. Young, "and will have plenty ol' money this fall. Many of tliein have had their SEVEN (IAiI THE GIVEN DEFENSE UNCTION SUIT Continuation of Grant County Court House Litigation to Go To Dickinson The hearing of the injunction to prohibit the- county commissioners of Grant county from paying for the erection of the county court house now under consruction was held in the offices of Sullivan & Sullivan of this city before Judge Crawford of Dick­ inson Tuesday afternoon. The result of the hearing is that :lie defendants have seven days in which to prepare additional evidence on their si'i* of the case while the plaintiffs wi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 24 August 1917

The Weather Generally Fair.: {THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NO. 200 l-CE UNITED SMS AFFECT RUSSIA Teuton Spielers in Petrograd Make Valuable Use of Paci­ fist Movement AGENTS OF MISCHIEF PREACH LIES TO SLAVS Oratory Is National Game in New Regime Says Charles Ed­ ward Russell This it another of the series of articles by Charles Edward Rus­ sell, staff writer of The Tribune, who has just returned from Rus­ sia, where he spent three months as a member of the official United States commission to the new Russian government. By CHARLES EDWARD RUSSELL. (Copyright, 1917, by the Newspaper Enterprise Association. "The people of the United States are not in favor of this war." "The government of the United States is controlled absolutely by the munition makers. For the sake of profits the munition makers wanted the United States to go Into the war. That is the only reason why the Un­ ited States is in it." "The people of the United States are utterly opposed to the war and wish to make peace at once. ...

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. — 24 August 1917

•i- 'i- I :i I 'i *. a,' I TWO .*r- OF Ml Herbert A. Hard Has Assurance That $25,000 Will Be Approp­ riated for Surveys 'Lidgerwood, u\T. D., Aug. 24.—Her­ bert A. Hard, state drainage engineer, has procured from the United States department of agriculture assurance of an appropriation of $25,000 to de­ fray the cost of preliminary engineer­ ing and estimates of the vast lied Riv­ er valley drainage project through Vbiph it is hpped to reclaim from the swamps 8,000,000 acres of the north­ west's richest farm lands. This land, until three years ago when Minnesota began dumping its flood waters onto the valley, had been farmed for '35 successive years. It is estimated that if work is started at once on the White tRock (Jam by which it is proposed to transform Lake Traverse into a joint reservoir, and upon a canal from Lake Traverse through the Bois de Sioux basin to Wahpeton, the benefits to Richland county alone will exceed three mill­ ion, or twice the amount claimed as damages in s...

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. — 24 August 1917

FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1917. Mandah Player fObly Member of Local Team to Go to Finish, in State Championship .•••- I- ,y LADIES PLAYING OFF FOR TROPHIES TODAY Mrs. E, H. L. Vesperaann aiid Mrs. S. D. Cook in—Praise for Dibkinson Hosts Dickinson, N.' D.,. Aug. 24.—-Jack Hintgen is the only Bisnj»rcic.-Ma,ndan player who has not now been elimin­ ated from the state championship. Hintgen is matched against McDonald of Grand Forks for the' semi-finals, which began today. Others playing to the semi-finals are Kostelecky vs. Roquette, Mandig vs. Kennedy and Sheldon vs. Hunter. All of these play­ ers will be eliminated today except two, who will be matched tomorrow in a 36-hole contest for the state championship. Three Dickinson and one Grand .Forks man will compete in semi-finals tomorrow morning for state golf cham­ pionship of Xorth Dakota. In the third elimination match of the tournament Thursday Willfa2ii .Kostelecky of Dickinson deefated Ro-. quette of Dickinson, five up. McDon­ ald, Gra...

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. — 24 August 1917

FOUR (THE TRIBUNE Entered at the PostofficR, Bismarck, N. D„ as Second Class Matter. ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, rer month .CO Daily, by n.ail, per year 4.00 Dally, by mall in North Dakota, three months 1.26 Dally, by mail outside of North Dakota, one year 1-00 Daily, by mall outside of North Dakota, three months 1-50 Weekly, by mail, per year. 1.60 O, LOGAN PAYNE COMPANY Special Foreign Representative •BW YORK, Fifth Ave. Bldg. CHICAGO, Marquette Bldg. BOSTON, 8 Winter Bt. DETROIT, Kresge Bldg. MINNE­ APOLIS. 810 Lumber Exchange. MEMBERTOP ASSOCIATED PRESS. The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use for republication of all news credited to it or not other­ wise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. All rights of republication of special dispatches herein arc also reserved-_ Mimber Audlt~Bureau of Circulation THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) WEATHER REPORT for 24 hours...

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. — 24 August 1917

FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1917. SOCIETY Bismarck Women Make Fine Showing in State Tournament Mrs. E. H. L. Vesperman and Mrs. S. D. Cook of the Bismarck Country club, who are in Dickinson playing in the annual state tournament, are mak­ ing a fine showing and are expected to carry off the honors. Mrs. Vesper man is expected to win the state championship. Mrs. Vesperman is matched with Mrs. Herbert of Dickinson and Mrs. Cook with Mrs. Rae of Fargo. There are but eight entries in the ladies' contest. Bismarck men returning from Dickinson feel quite confident that the 'Bismarck women will bring home the trophy. A number of social entertainments have been given in honor of Mrs. Ves­ perman and Mrs. Cook by the Dickin­ son women. Leaves on Visit. Clerk of the Supreme Court Henry J. .Newton and Mrs. Newton of Third street have gone to iWilliston, where they will, spend a two weeks' vaca­ tion. Business Girls Class.. The business girls of Pargo have formed a class and is now taking in­ structions...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 24 August 1917

"fr $ ft :iV V''Y $ SCOOP AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. g» Club- W. L. Pet. Indianapolis .... 75 49 ,605 Louisville .... 73 53 .579 St. Paul .... 68 53 .562 Columbus 66 55 .546 •Kansas City .... 55 63 .466 Milwaukee .... 53 65 .44!) Minneapolis 54 71 .432 Toledo .... 43 78 .356 GAMES THURSDAY. Milwaukee, 4 Indianapolis, 1. Louisville, 5 Kansas City, 4. Minneapolis-Toledo—wet grounds. No other game scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE. Club- W. L. Pet. New York .... 72 39 .649 Philadelphia ..60 47 .561 Cincinnati ... 52 54 .534 St. Louis 62 55 .530 Chicago 58 57 .509 Brooklyn .... 54 59 .478 Boston 48 59 .449 Pittsburgh ... 36 78 .315 GAMES THURSDAY-. St. Louis at Brooklyn. Club— R. H. E. Brooklyn 5 9 2 St. Louis 7 13 0 Batteries Gonzales, Smith and Krueger Meadows and Snyder. Pittsburgh at Boston. Club— It. H. E. Boston 2 4 1 Pittsburgh 1 3 1 Batteries—Tyler and Meyers, Itico Grimes and Schmidt. Chicago at New York. Club— R. H. E New York 0 0 0 Chicago 0 0 0 Game called in fifth inning. Batteries Shu...

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. — 24 August 1917

FHISiA^, AUGUST 24, 1917. Young HELP W ANTED—MALE WANTED—A boy about 16 yeanTold at the City Cigar and News Stand. 8-2 4-11 WANTED—At once, man and wife or competent housekeeper for a farm at Mcdlauchlen, S. D. Address Jess Johnson, McCJlauchlen, S. D., or C. A. Rust, Underwood. 8-23-St WANTED—Porter "steady position good wages. Apply at Hoskins. 8-21-31 WANTED—Bank hflp. Can use~two young men: also stenographer. First _truaranty_ Bank. 8-21-Gt VVANTED—Man for delivery work. Gussner's store. 8-21 -2t CARPENTERS WANTED—Six good men at once, call or phone .0 It. Calkins, Garrison. N. D. 8-7- 30t HELP WANTED—FEMALE WANTED—Competent girl for general housework. Permanent $25 to start. Address P. O. box 508, City. 8-24-tf WANTED—Woman for general house­ work. Wages $5.&0 per week, ('all 423 Thinh 8 23 6 WANTED—(iirl or woman for gen­ eral housework. Phone 4!i9L 8 24 (it Paige 4-10, elect net starter and lights, Hartford shock absorbers, newly repainted, new storage battery, gen­ erall...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 24 August 1917

EIGHT $4.1 to $12.00. S. E. Dated this 10th day of July. 1917. F. E. McCURDY, it miiiiiHiiiHiniiiiiiiiiimmniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinminiiiiiiniiinimmuiiiiimiHHimiiiHM S. IE. ilE Satisfaction or Your Money Back Urn UHIUIl O I UKL SUMMONS. State of North Dakota, County of Burleigh. In district court, Sixth ju­ dicial district. C. B. Little and Minuio N. Neff, Burleigh Wbod and Mr. Wood, her husband Blanche Parker and George Parker, her husband Kittle Van Etten, Merlon Van Ettcu and Hughes Van Etten, the heirs of Georgians Van lEtten, deceased, and the unknown heirs of Georgiana Van Etten, deceased, and all other persons unknown claiming any in­ terest In or lien or incumbrance up­ on the property described in the complaint, Defendants. The State of North Dakota to the Above Named Defendants: You and each of you are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in this ac­ tion, the original of which is on iile in the office of tho Clerk of District Court, Burleigh coun...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 24 August 1917

EIGHT if K'-. fs? -1.: Hi 11 iii $ ii I Is .$4.01 to $12.00. Dated this 10th day of July, 1!U7. F. K. McCURDY, IIIIHIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimHHIIIUHllllHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIimillllllllllllllllllllHHji So E. BE Satisfaction or Your Money Back No guess work You can know ijfe torn Tailoring Suits and Overcoats made in our own shops ab­ solutely satisfaction guaranteed $40. to $75. We employ High Class City Tailors Only. Uniforms for Army Officers a Specialty. mmi DEPARTMENT Suits and Overcoats "made to measure" From $25. to $40. A high class cutter and fitter in charge. Expert Dry Cleaning, Hand Pressing and Repairing Your Hat Tells whether you are up to date or not styles change each season. Fall Hals now in $2.00 to $10.00. Walk Over and Nettleton Shoes are the best, and the world knows 1. h'all Styles just in S. E. BERGESON I S@ llkllfttl TO DP Closed Evenings except Saturdays. Uniun OlUlfL WITHIN THE LAW I SUMMONS. State of 'North Dakota, County of Burleigh. In district court, Si...

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

TheWeather THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NO. 201 COMPANY Hoover Denies Ever Having Inti­ mated That $1.65 Would Be Price for Wheat MINNEAPOLIS OPPOSING FAIR PRICE SAYS LEMKE State Chairman of Non Partisan League Charges Chamber of Commerce With Blocking Washington, D. C., Aug. 25.— The food administration made the announcement today that the ap­ pointment of Dr. E. F. Ladd of North Dakota as a federal state food administrator for North Da­ kota has been approved by Presi­ dent Wilson and that Prof. Ladd ha3 taken the oath of office. That George M. Young of Valley City, representative in congress from the Second district was "ghosting" North Dakota farmers, a situation more than half suspected here from the date of his -wild telegram to the Fargo Commercial club predicting $1.65 wheat, seems substantiated by advices reaching the capital city to* day from Washington, which tell of a few decidedly unpleasant moments which Representative Young had with Hoover after the latter had read the North ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 25 August 1917

The, weather THIRTY.SEVENTH YEAR, NO. 201 Hoover Denies Ever Having Inti­ mated That $1.65 Would Be Price for Wheat MINNEAPOLIS OPPOSING FAIR PRICE SAYS LEMKE State Chairman of Non Partisan League Charges Chamber of Commerce With Blocking Washington,. O. C., Aug. 25.— The food administration made the announcement today that the ap­ pointment of Dr. E. F. Ladd of Worth Dakota as a federal state food administrator for North Da­ kota has been approved by Presi­ dent Wilson and that Prof. Ladd has taken the oath of office. That George M. Young of Valley City, representative in congress from the Second district was "ghosting" North Dakota farmers, a situation more than half suspected here from the date of his wild telegram to the Fargo Commercial club predicting •1-6 5 wheat, seems substantiated by advices reaching the capital city to* day from Washington, which tell of a few decidedly unpleasant moments which Representative Young had with Hoover after the latter had read the North Dakot...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 25 August 1917

111 ill' 1! :.} V\ 1 I If si 1 I' two B! Mk'- i: 8 =t Dickinson, X. i)., Aug. 2f.—3\ot since 1891 have stockmen of western North Dakota had so hard a time to secure Abater feed for their herds. In some parts: of the Slope it is almost impos­ sible .tO' put up? any hay for stock. M»ny of the old time cattlemen of the Killdeer country have already gone to the Standing Rock reservation with a view of leasing grazing lands for Will­ ie, "planning to move their stock tlgwn to the reservation this fall. Oth­ ers are attempting to luy hay and ship it in, and in all cases cattlemen are shipping down very close this sea­ son. Many cows and calves already have gone to eastern markets. It is preferable that the young stuff be ma­ tured here, but under existing condi­ tions it seems impossible. Big ranchers such as VV. L. lllch ard,s of Dickinson are making a deter­ mined effort to keep their young stock Granville Boy Dies In Trenches After Serving for Years Qranville, N. D., Aug. 25.—A telegra...

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