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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 4 November 1915

PAGE EIGHT W0 W W^fj .?~r* Wi&'ti&r WESTERN ROADS HANDLE HEAVY FREIGHT TRAFFIC (Continued from Paw 1) nections was 120,258, while the car movement, counting the shifting of a cai- from one division to another, was 451,656, nearly four times as great. The Northern Pacific handled 99, 533 cars, as compared with 89,055 for the same month last year, according to George P. Slade, first vice presi dent, who said nearly every com modity showed an increase, including notable gains in grain and coal ship ments. There were 112,724 loaded cars moved on the Great Northern, as com pared with 91,669 cars a year ago, due largely to the amount of grain and coal moved, according to George H. Emerson, general manager of the rail road. GREAT FARiM PAPER BOOSTS NORTH DAKOTA (Continued from Page 1) Is gone, or remains as a chicken coop, or still houses some man who, living, has forgotten to live. Go into the banks they are loaning out farmer's money. So true is this that it is said by men in a p...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 4 November 1915

4 :i .fr^-W'-^, (r 0f ^p^'«:. Thousands Are Registered for the Big Land Drawing Minot, Oct. 30.—The registration for drawings in the Fort Berthold re servation land opening will close ex actly at midnight tonight. By that time the registration (or Minot will have passed slightly over the 20,000 mark. At 8 o'clock this morning the number was 19,003, and from 8 o'clock this morning until 2:30 this afternoon the total was 647. By midnight there will have been at least 500 more reg istrations taken and the 20,000 mark will have been reached. There has been considerable of a crowd in the city today, most of them from nearby towns. The number of local people registering has also been large. Probably more people living in the city registered today than on any other day since the registration be gan. The registration at Bismarck and Plaza will be clase to 10,000 combined, so that the total number who have en tered for drawings will be close to 30,000. Out of this number 2.050 names will be ...

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

PAGE TEN BOMB PLOTTERS IN OTHER CITIES MAY BE FERRETED OUT New York, Oct. 28.—Robert Fay, a lieutenant in the German army, Walter L. Scholz and Paul Doeche were ar raigned in a Weehawken, N. J., police court on charges in connection witn en alleged plot to blow up steamships sailing from New York with munitions (or the allies. A mass of German correspondence seized among the effects of Fay and Scholz is being translated today. It is said that other arrests may be made of men now operating in Phila delphia, Baltimore and other cities. The three men w^re discharged by the court, but were immediately ar rested by Federal agents on charges of conspiracy sworn to by Chief Flynn of the secret service. Fay and Scholz were brought to New York in custody of the Federal officers. They will be arraigned later before United States Commissioner Houghton on the complaint sworn to by Chief Flynn. The complaint charges that the three, in conjunction with Dr. Herbert Kienzel, held in $25,000 bail ye...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 4 November 1915

lil- Mrs. T. X. Jones, who has been spending the week in the city the guest of friends, returned to her home in Fargo on No. 4 Saturday. Miss Helen Marsh, who teaches the eighth grade at the Lincoln school, left Friday evening for her home at Steele for an over-Sunday visit. Miss Myrtle Lindgren, who is teach ing school near Sanborn, was a brief caller in our town between trains Sat urday morning. T. X. Calnan, the "better farming" man of Wimbledon, was a business vis itor in Valley City this week, itor in the city thii week at'the home of Mrs John Gray I Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Hunt and baby Bismarck Tribune: A. Hanson, C.| Hanson, Hi Hanson and L. Hanson of Valley City were in Bismarck day for Moorhead where she will substi- drawing in the .public schools for friend who is sick. •is/fr" Lou Wiley left Thursday morning' «amP Are built, and a substantial meal' been employed in the Fulton meat for Dilworth to again take up his du- Prepared and devoured. The ladies, market until recently, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 4 November 1915

PAGE TWELVE Peace Rumors Again Filling the Air With Germany Making Overtures to Russians Washington, Oct. 27— Rumors or impending peace in Europe again fill the air. This time the reports have been received with slightly more ere dence in diplomatic circles here, where there is a general expectancy of de- cisive developments In the Balkans !)«.- lore snow tails. The report that has been received from abroad than one embaasy here that Emporer William of Germany within the last week has renewed his overtures to Srade the czar the possession of Constan a reward for deserting the'**88111* tinople as Quadruple Entente. Further reports are to the effect that Germany is willing to relinquish all the Russian territory it now holds with the exception of Poland which endeavoring for some time to detach Russia from its allies is well known here. In German official circles it the kaiser's military policy. It was only last summer that Ger man proposals for a separate peace were submitted to Petr...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 November 1915

C/ f-mm 1 1 1 (By Gilson Gardner) Washington, NOT. 9.—From sources unusually reliable I have it that Pres ident Wilson has been approached by the German ambassador on the sub ject of mediation and a discussion of terms of peace. These efforts, I under stand, have produced no definite re sults. The indications are that peace suggestions will have to come from the allies before President Wilson will move. Since Count von Bernstorff returned to Washington, he has called several times on Secretary Lansing and an in formal interchange has taken place covering numerous subjects. It is un derstood that the German Ambassa dor has pointed out, among other things, the change which has taken place in the German submarine cam paign and an explanation has been volunteered to the effect that this change is the result of an effort by the German government to avoid fur ther causes of offense to the United States and to keep the good will of our country. And further that this good will is to be draw...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 November 1915

FAGE TWO & te JX ValleyCity nines-Record VALLEY CITY, WORTH DAKOTA. •RBCNWOOD A HOUGHTALING Mtacription, |1.50 a Year, in Advance ftrtwed at the Poatofflce la Valley City, N. Dak., as second class mail A CHANCE TO MAKE GOOD Valley City will soon have the op portunity to make good, to demon strate the Valley City way. Diversi lied farming and stock raising In North Dakota have arrived, and the time is ripe to arrange for taking care of the products of these immense in dustries. It has been evident for some time that it was only a question of time before a packing plant would come to North Dakota. Now that pre llmlnary steps have been taken to es' tablish such an institution, its loca tion is of prime importance. The main points to be considered are rail roads, shipping facilities and an ade quate site. Valley City has them all, two transcontinental railroads that are not parallel, and the other requisites With a $500,000 packing company lo cated here it is almost a certainty that...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 November 1915

Mandan, Nov. 3—Asserting that the so-called punchboards, operated by to bacco and confectionery dealers throughout the state, are not a viola tion of the anti-gambling law, Will iam Storey, of Valley City, will bring a test case before the supreme court, according to statements made here today. Recently P. L. Watkins, agent of the North Dakota Law Enforcement Death of Mrs. Hoaken Nelson Fingal Herald: Tuesday evening at 7:40 at her home at Eastedge occur red the death of Mrs. Hoaken Nelson. Death resulted from the effects of lieart failure and bronchitis. Deceas ed was born and raised in Norway and came to America with her hus band in 1874 and resided, at Lanes boro, Minn., until 1880, when they •came to Eastedge and have lived there since that time. Six children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Nelson. They are .Nels Hoakenson of this village Hick Nelson, of Kathryn, Carl Nelson, of Eastedge, Mrs. Julia Peterson, re siding west of Fingal. Mrs. Carrie' Holland, of Morristown, S. D., and Jl...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 November 1915

PAGE FOUR if GIVE US YOUR BUSINESS AND QET Exclusive Newspaper and Job Printing Rights For Barms County We have joined the National Mileage Brigade and for every dollar in cash business— We Give Coupons National Mileage Coupons are redeemed for first-class railroad and steamship ti cets on any line in the world. For every dollar on subscrip tion or any cash business we will give these coupons. To start you there is a Compli mentary Coupon good for Ten Miles. Call and get this cou pon. We also give a card of instructions telling you how to get Mileage Coupons and travel free. GIVE US YOUR BU8INESS AND RE CEIVE THIS EXTRA BENEFIT START TO SAVE NOW Watch this paper for further Kalianal Kilaaee AnnoincMents THE TIMES-RECORD 5 t'v.'itf a. THE WEEKLY TilMfl8-REcbRD,THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1818. A MODERN DICK TURiPIN In the November American Maga zine is an exceedingly interesting story entitled "A Fool and His Money" which has been written by a 60-year old crook who has earned a dishonest ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 November 1915

4l yjiX •W&&&£' C. E. Batcheller, the popular banker from Fing&l, "was in the city Tuesday calling on his business friends. Mrs. Frank Ployhar was hostess again on Monday evening to 12 guests at cards, and another one of her fam ed turkey dinners was enjoyed. Miss May McDonald, of the exten sion department of the Agricultural college, Is working in Barnes county at the present time. In company with Supt. Minnie Nielson and Deputy Bar ton, Weimer township was visited Tuesday and a good meeting was held. Wednesday they visited Oreen town ship. Mrs. Gertrude Cook and Mrs. F. Pas mel left Monday morning for a trip of several months in the west. They plan on spending one week at the home of Mrs. Cook's sister, at Ana conda, Mont., another week at Port land, Medford and Eugene, Oregon, from whence they will go to the Pana ma Exposition at San Francisco, later proceeding to Long Beach to spend the winter. S. Henricksen, a member of the North Dakota legislature, and a resi d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 November 1915

PAGE SIX BIG LAND DRAWING NOW ON Minot, Nov. 4—The drawing for numbers in the Fort Berthold land opening began at the Grand Opera house in this city this morning, com mencing at 10 o'clock. The drawing was open to the public. A few invita tions had been issued by Judge Mc Phaul to the press of the city and pub lie officials and others, and seats had been reserved for them. The envelopes containing the regis tration applications were poured in a pile on the stage. The envelopes are exactly alike and all have identically the same printing on them, so that it is impossible to distinguish one from another. After they were poured into the common heap they were thorough ly mixed and stirred until the contents of the several containers were com pletely separated. The four children, little Misses Inez Leighton and Kathleen Corbett and Masters Junius Halvorson and Luther Stenwick, officially selected to draw the envelopes, having drawn numbers among themselves for the order in which they sho...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 November 1915

"j '•3r i,y"t 4 •Afj.y r^ r^ r^ JSrs TTi« JCj&fTi At great Having lost her purse with all her money, half-sick, alone and a stranger, a poor woman arrived in the city a night or so ago, and found that the people of Valley City have hearts and are willing to help a worthy person. She was given shelter for the night at one of the local hotels, and the next morning started out to find work of Bome kind, if not for pay, at least to earn her board and lodging. But work that she could do was hard to find, and the discouraged woman, tired, sick, and hungry, in her weary bunt, met kindness from others who were more fortunate. She was fed, cheered, and work found for her that was not too much for her strength, and the several people who interested Mssional Cards WINTERER & RITCHIE LAWYERS VALLEY cmr NO., DAK. Res. Fifth Ave. N. Phone 36 E. A. PRAY, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Graduate Univ. of Pennsylvania Office in Postofflce Block Office Phone 6 Res. Phone 336 S. A. ZIMMERMAN, M. D...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 November 1915

E hT„v. PAGE EIGHT She Knows What She Wants The well informed housekeeper} (Insists upon using only a baking powder which is made of cream of tartar. She might read in an advertisement or be told that aluni and lime phosphate, which are used as inferior substitutes iri cheap baking powders, were all right in the quantities used but! she would not buy them or permit' ithem to enter her kitchen* Why?i Because she knows that cream 'of tartar has always been accepted! as the most wholesome agent, with soda, for raising cake and bis* cuit, and she wants a baking powder made of cream of tartar^ like Royal. This conclusion is the result of unconscious absorption, eitherj her own or her mother's, of the opinions of the highest authori ties on hygiene and home cooking. President Wilson is sufficiently in touch with the British and French ambassadors to know that these terms are entirely unsatisfactory to the al lies and that any effort at mediation by him at this time would be dis tinctly un...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 November 1915

A new junction effected between the Austro-German and Bulgarian forces is reported by Berlin today, complet ing the semi-circular wall of hostile armies about the retreating Serbians. London, Nov. 6.—Field Marshal Earl Kitchener, British secretary of the state for war and the leading military figure in Great Britain today, is on his way to the scene of the fighting in the near east, where it is expected that he will delve deeply into conditions and adopt measures by which it is hoped In the entente capital the situation may be worked out of the tangle in which it appears to be involved at present. Following today's statement that Earl Kitchener would be absent for some time from the war office, there came today after the British capital bad indulged in much speculation as to what the news meant, an official an nouncement that the field marshal had left "for a short visit" to the eastern theater of war, "at the request of his colleagues." It was definitely stated In a previous announ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 November 1915

PAGE TEN Comity Commissioners COUNTY AUDITOR'S OFFICE Valley City, N. D., Nov. 1, 1915. The following warrants were Issued by the auditor as per resolution of the county commissioners and as provided for by law: Chas. W. Nelson, salary county auditor $200.00 M. H. Nelson, salary county auditor deputy 85.00 May Baillie, salary county au ditor clerk 75.00 Jessie Thorkelson, salary coun ty auditor clerk 65.00 Constance McPherson, salary county auditor clerk 65.00 Thos. A. Collins, salary county treasurer 200.00 Henry E. Nelson, salary county treasurer deputy 85.00 O. M. Roe, salary register of deeds 166.66 Anna Ramseth, salary register of deeds deputy 85.00 Julia Iverson, salary register of deeds clerk 65.00 O. H. deS Irgens, salary coun ty judge 166.66 Betty McPherson, salary coun ty judge clerk 65.00 Harry N. Ols by, salary clerk of court 166.66 T. M. Olsby, salary clerk of court deputy 60.00 Minnie J. Nielson, salary Supt. of schools 166.66 Annie G. Baillie, salary Supt. of schools ...

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

1 I' 'I* I t. ^,r ," Vs v'v#V v': t"11* •S.A. SHiC, if *y Besides having taken a prominent part on the program of the North Da kota Education Association at Grand Forks last week, Miss Fannie C. Ami don, of the department of music at the State Normal school here, 'was honored with the presidency of the music education section of the associ ation. This section corresponds to the State Music Teachers' association of other states. Other officers elected are: Prof. A. J. Stephens, Fargo, vice-president and Miss Cordelia Hul burd, Grand Forks, secretary. In addressing her section of the association, Miss Amidon pointed out that the musical activities in the east ern part of the state had increased by 50 per cent during the past year. She supplemented her address with a large map of North Dakota showing each community that supported a glee club, choral society, band, orchestra or conservatory. A report of the national supervisors' conference held at Pittsburgh last winter Was also made th...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 November 1915

PAGE TWELVE Vi New York, Nov. 6—Twelve girls and men are known to have lost their lives today in afire that destroyed an old four-story brick and wooden fac tory building in the Williamsburg sec tion of Brooklyn. A search of the ruins is expected to uncover the bod ies of 13 other victims, eight of them girls, who were reported as missing tonight. Of the 48 injured in hospitals, many were expected to die and a score more were left seriously burned and bruised. The building was occupied by a can dy manufacturing concern and three firms manufacturing clothing whose employes normally totaled 300 but more than a third had been dismissed lefore the fire started, for a Saturday jbalf holiday. The flames were discovered shortly before 2 o'clock by a girl employe of the candy factory, which occupied the ground floor and basement, and was soon roaring up the elevator shaft around which wound the principal stairway. There was one other stairway In the rear of the building and some of the entr...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 November 1915

&? ". Pretty Home Wedding on Monday Afternoon A pretty November wedding with most appropriate appointments was solemnized at 5 o'clock on Monday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Aldahl on West Front street, when their eldest daughter, Clara Berteen, was given in marriage to William John Beadle, of Oskaloosa, Iowa. The Aldahl home was elaborately decorated for the occasion with pink roses, carnations, ferns and southern smilax, and the color scheme of pink and white was carried out throughout the rooms. Promptly at 5 o'clock Miss Lillian Healy played Mendelssohn's Wedding March and the bridal party entered the parlor, where the ceremony was performed under a bower of southern smilax and ferns. The Reverend Willard Crosby Lyon, of the First Congregational church, read the impressive ring service, in the presence of relatives and most in timate friends. The bride was given in marriage by her father and she was attired in a hand-embroidered import ed Swiss gown, of fles...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 November 1915

PRESIDENT WILSON ,\ "/V^, ,! 'H At $2.00 to $3.50 A limited number of these Sunshine Suits left that will be closed out at $8.95 All worth $20.00 and up We Give AND CABINET AWAIT RESULTS OF NOTE Washington, Nov. 8. President Wilson and Secretary Lansing today Tead American and British press com ments on the latest note sent by the United States to Great Britain and awaited the effect of the document upon British treatment of neutral overseas trade.' "Ambassador Page has not reported such goods will be supported by the connection These Goods You Need at Once N this month of uncertain weather we need not urge early buying, especially when it means warm, comfortable wearing apparel. Any day may turn cold and you will need WINTER GOODS. Sorosis Shoes for Ladies Complete stock, all sizes. A to E widths. Norma Hake Shoes For Little Folks and Girls Hand welted foot-form shoes for little folks and growing girls that wear and satisfies. If you want comfort and pro per shape shoes for little ...

Publication Title: Weekly Times-Record, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly times-record. — 11 November 1915

:T «*r- I Bay Stallion (Percheron) 8 yrs., wt. 2000 Bay mare coming 5 yrs., wt, 1250 Gray gelding coming 5 yrs., wt. 1250 Bay gelding coming 4 yrs., wt. 1300 Bay gelding coming 4 yrs., wt. 1300 Bay gelding coming 4 yrs., wt. 1150 Dark bay gelding coming 3 yrs., wt. 1050 Dark bay mare coming 5 yrs., wt. 1300 Bay mare coming 5 yrs., wt. 1300 Dark bay gelding coming 4 yrs., wt. 1150 Bay mare coming 5 yrs., wt. 1250 Dark bay mare coming 4 yrs., wt. 1150 Dark bay mare coming 5, wt. 1250 Bay mare coming 6 yrs., wt. 1150 Dark gray gelding coming 4 yrs., wt. 1000 Bav mare coming 4 yrs., wt. 1000 TERMS:—Bankable paper at 8 per cent. ,,r. ?. -rf H. M. s- ,,t, r-.' *t 'A- i,wS*sr II THE WEEKLY TIMEt-ftECORD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1915. On account of having an over supply of horses I will sell at Public Auction at the Skonnord Farm, Sec. 1, Skandia Twp. 138, R. 59,10 miles Southwest of Valley City and 9 miles North of Hastings, on THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED HORSES: FREE LUNCH AND HAY FOR HORSES O....

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