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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 19 January 1917

rR|DAY,JAIfO^Y10,lW7. |j. «£'«J «. St HOW to Af—WKII •LINfc AM.' iiB sis signet wttk Mmiers or Altlala. can Trtfcoiie ant wfr V««d by letter iddrnnd to tin tfenmbcr clven In the ad. Tribune *m llojM ar« not permitted to tell who PV advertiser li. Moil or send your •aswor to Tribune No. end no artll forward it to the advertiser. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Eive subscription agents and correspondents to take subscrip­ tions and furnish news items in every town in North Dakota. Write Frank Hicks/Circulation Manager, The Tribune, Bismarck, N. D. l-17-6t [TAILOR WANTED—To take part in­ terest in a paying tailoring and re­ pairing business. For further infor­ mation, write Frelse & Son, Bis­ marck, N. D._* l-19-3t WANTED—Experienced pastry cook, man or woman. Atlantic Cafe. l-18-6t WANTED—Solicitor for newspaper work. Give full details of your ex­ perience. References required. H, 1-9-tf Tribune. HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Housekeeper competent. Write 73_care Tribune. l-17vJt •'/WANTED—Wai...

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. — 19 January 1917

KSTEH r' I- wt I suits wis IF COIPEM III IMMUIItO FlftD Daily Automobile and Accessory Concern Passes Into Hands of Bismarck Men The Western Sales company this morning announced the purchase of the C.eorge Dailey automobile and ac­ cessory business at Mandan. The con­ sideration was not made public. Roy Qaiett, formerly of .Yew Salem and now of Mandan. will be placcd in charge. The Western Sales company of Bis­ marck has operated a branch office at Mandan, under the management of b, L. Aughney. The deal was closed through L. E. Opdyke, one of the members of the firm of Opdyke & Hellstroni of the Western Sales company. WANTED, AGENTS. To take orders for Hardy Northern Grown Nursery Stock. Tor particu­ lars. address Yankton Nursery Co., Yankton, S. Dak.—Adv. MERCHANTS HOTEL, St. Paul solves the high-cost-of-living'' problem. Under our new "pay only for what you get" plan you can now obtain §k I a i- i- Rooms, Running Water from $1.00 Rooms, bath from $1.50 Club Breakfast 30c to 60...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 20 January 1917

'A */_ fc ,**J*r it,. —r-"'1" V." ',^-tM ,-'- '"•I* The Weather 8now, Continued Cold. CLAIM ACTION IS Board of Regents Issues State ment Defining Attitude on Latest State Tangle ALL ACTS HAVE BEEN IN CONFORMITY TO LAW Hagan Introduces Bill Providing for the Creation of a New State Board That the nation of the governor is "impelled hy political necessity," that the appointments to the state board of regents were lawfully made* that all the acts have been In conformity to the law and inviting the governor to submit the questions involved to any court of coinimtent yurtwllctlou, is the substance of the stateljient-Issued last night hy President Crawford and other memliers of the hoard. The memlters declare that if (ov ernor Frazier's contention is correct in dismissing the members of tills board without, due process of law, then the jlollcies of the board will forever he liatnitered by "political whim and ca­ price" and it will I*' impossible to main lain a consistent and continuous ed...

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. — 20 January 1917

It I? ft TWO ft' 1 "•MskWl COAL HEAVERS STRIKE a//Ift*. Chicago Threatened by Coal Shortage Over Attitude of Teamsters (Associated Press) Chicago, Jan. 20.—Chicago faced an­ other shortage of coal today when 7,000 coal teamsters employed by vir­ tually all the coal distributing com­ panies struck. Many buildings, par­ ticularly in the downtown district, were left with only a small supply of coal in their bins. The men ask a. wage of a day, an increase of $1.00. Fear that the coal teamsters' strike wonld compel closing of the schools and shut down the pumping station, unless it was speedily adjusted, was expressed by city officials who, with heads of several important compan­ ies, conferred with Mayor Thompson. Officials of the teamsters' union de­ clared that the teamsters have been obliged to work overtime through de­ lay in coal shipments and the age scale must be adjusted before the men would be permitted to return to work. FOB THOSE WHO SUFFER Wffl JOINTS (By Samuel Hamilton, M....

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 20 January 1917

I SATURDAY,JAN.20,m7. NEUTRAL CRAFT English Steamer Dramatist Cap­ tured by Raider December 18 Says Dispatch GERMANS TREAT PRISONERS WELL Rover in General Appearance Similar to Ordinary Cargo Steamer New YOrk, Jan. 20.—Three Am­ ericans were members of the qrew of the British steamer Yarrow dale, captured by the German raider and taken into a German port by a prize crew, according to the records of the British consulate here. (Associated Press.) London, Jan. 20.—A Pernambuco dispatch to the Daily Mail describes the capture and destruction of the British steadier Dramatist by the Gervj man commerce raider. The Drama-1 tist sighted the raider Dec. IS, Immediately afterward trap doors under the bulkwarks at the raider's forecastle were dropped, revealing two guns, of about two and one-half inch caliber, trained on the Dramatist, and ah armed boatload of Germans "board­ ed the British ship, and its officers, engineers, and part of the crew were sent aboard the raider. The remaind­ er of...

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. — 20 January 1917

r!n fo. l-ii m. Sc W THE TRIBUNE at ths PostaCflea, BlmiKk, K. D, as Iwtai Qui Matter. OBC2D EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUXDAT •CBSCEIPTICH? BATES FAYABUB DC ADVANCE Dally. toy carrier, per mouth 9 -i0 Dsfly. by mall, per year 4.00 VmUt. toy mall, par year 1_W Member Audit Bureau of Circulation STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (EeUMlebefl 1171) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. Forecast:—For North Dakota: Snow tonight and Sunday not quite so cold east porios tonight, colder Sun da west and central jomon? Calgary Chicago Kansas City Moor head Pierre Prince Albert St. Paul Winnipeg St. Louie San Francibco Temperature 4 24 asms L'K 10 :4 —IS 0 24 w. FIELD FOR EDUCATION. JJtAdoo had speculated the stock A correspondent of the New 'i ark the relationship he bears to World suggests that it would he far ^rPF!c]er! \Y:lsDn would add greatly better to take the money proposed for in the five states of Virginia. Norm Federal aid to the public schools «ver, various features are brought in-1 to relief, and among these may ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 20 January 1917

SATURDAY, JAN. 20, 1917. Called to Painted Woods. Christian Standpoint." will be the theme of the sermon which Rev. Bruce £. Jackson of the First Baptist church wilOieliver Sunday morning at 10:30. Mrr Jackson will endeavor to present a sane discussion of this timely subject. Masquerade Ball. The Modern Brotherhood of Ameri­ ca lodge has announced its annual masquerade ball for Thursday eve­ ning, Jan. 25, in Patterson hall. The entertainment committee has announc­ ed that it will give three prizes for various costumes and O'Connor's or­ chestra will furnish the music. To Give Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lahr will enter­ tain this evening at their home in Ave­ nue B, at a "co-operative" dinner. A color scheme of pink will be used and covers will be laid for Dr. and Mrs P. R. Smyth, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Dul lam, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. French, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McDonald and the hosts. Troubles"—They half day's a SOCIETY Social Season of Fifteenth Legislative Assembly Opens The social season...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 20 January 1917

7Ttr wMPf ft* BDC crnno VALLEY CITY STILL LEADS "Dakotas. Valley City Pastimes, Valley City Landmen. Jamestown Elks, Valley city Iiinford marck, or THE CUB ^WUUr REPORTER INT Bettcher of Jamestown, High Man in the Singles With a Score of 639 $500 IN PRIZES TO BE DISTRIBUTED TONIGHT (By pecial Correspondent.) Jamestown. X. I).. Jan. 2n.—Valley City still holds her lead in tlio tivp men team events of the Xorthwest Bowlins tournament, which is bninp held here, with a score of 2.0"s. Soul is and Mcl.eod, also of Valley City, are high men in the doubles, with a score of 1,171. The real interest of the tournament •will come tonight, when the Janu s town, the (.Jrands and the Sterns of 'FavRO clash. The Landmen of Jamestown broke Into third place last night in the team event, but unless the other local teams and the Fargo rollers show more class than did the Landmen, the ."Ridley! ®ity boys are going to take home &c lion's share of the $500 worth ofcprizcs, which will be distrib­ uted...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 20 January 1917

[NOW TO AWWBH MM AN. JUI eis siftae! with aea»«n or IttHUls. car* Tribune araat be MMred by litter addressed to the ivaber glTen in th* id. Tribune «n* •k7«a ar* not permitted to toll who MIL advertbwr ta. Mail or send your liffir to Tribune No. ——, end *01 forwardit to the advertiser. HELP WANTED MALE WSRted—C ive subscription agents and correspondents to take subscrip­ tions and furnish news items in every town in North Dakota. Write Frank Hicks, Circulation Manager, The Tribune, Bismarck,D. l»17-6t FIREMEN,. BRAKEMEN. beginners paid $125 to $150 monthly: no strike Railway, care Tribune. 1-6-4SDS JAILOR WANTED—To take #art in­ terest in a paying tailoring and cleaning business. For further in­ formation, write Freise & Son, Bis­ marck, N. D. l-19-3t SVANTED—Several ambitious young men to train for positions as camera men with motion picture companies and operators in movie theaters in­ struction by mail until qualified to take position big pay, pleasant work. Empire Motion Pic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 20 January 1917

i' ff •c lU /i The new Model 90 light four is an achievement in style and luxurious- ness for a car of its size and price. IE J[ BE TO HUE DUTY III Representatives Furnish Abund­ ant Grist for the Publicity OF REPARTEE ENLIVENING The house in the absence of the sen­ ate yesterday rose to the occasion and supplied abundant grist for the pub­ licity mills, easily meeting the double duties imposed upon it. Sarcasm, rail­ lery, brisk repartee, sometimes good natured and occasionally otherwise, and a few bills served to make the afternoon session a most interesting one. Investigations Help. The inevitable investigation bobbed up yesterday. Carl Kositzky. the new Jor trouble O N E O S E W W O N I N E Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Auto-Intoxi catipn, Yjgjlow Jaundice, Appendicitis and "othftr JJftal ailments result from S tottiiaO»r rou 1 e. Thousands of Stomach Sufferers owe their complete rerovery to" Mayr's Wonderful Rem­ edy. Unlike any other for Stomach...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 January 1917

E 1 -V". & The Weather Unsettled. THIRTY-SEVENTH TEAS, NO.<p></p>WILSON 39 III E Bismarck Escapes Fury of Bliz sard Which Swept Northwest Sunday Afternoon TRAIN NO. 1 ARRIVES THIRTEEN HOURS LATE Drifts of Snow Reported From 10 to 12 Feet Deep at Minne­ sota Points Although a drop in temperature of 39 degrees in 36 hours was reported with the official reading at the gov­ ernment weather bureau at 7 o'clock this morning and the wind last night obtained a velocity of 28 miles an hour, Bismarck did not experience the blizzard as reported from eastern por­ tions of the state. It was evident from the reports reaching here this morn­ ing that the snow which fell at Jaines town yesterday was whipped into a blizzard by the stiff northwest gale, which drove it into the Red River val­ ley region. Saturday night a high east wind drove a wet snow over this section of the state, but the storm was minia­ ture in comparison with the blizzard which swept the western part of teh state...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 January 1917

jrri I: •r I TWO f,- '5? li-B il I r? I RffiE PARTY If IS Rep. Walton and Speaker Wood Introduced Measures for Non-Partisan Ballot Following out the recommendation for a nonpartisan ballot, made by Gov­ ernor Frazler in his inaugural mes­ sage, Representative Anthony Walton and Speaker Wood introduced a bill Ipte Saturday afternoon which pro­ vides for no vote. more party candidates if it becomes a measure. Its passage in the bouse is certain. Under the provisions of the bill each voter shall be entitled to vote such a ballot without reference to party affi­ liation. The two candidates for nom­ ination to every such office receiving the highest number of votes shall be placed upon the general election bal­ lot without party designation. for whom each elector is entitled to compensation parties such as Republican, Democrat­ ic, Socialist and other parties and would seek to force electors to ascer­ tain the personal belief, qualification and policies of the different candi­ dates voti...

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. — 22 January 1917

MONDAY, JANUARY 22,1917. a n-'W Matinee at the ii ft Thomas Dixon and Victor Her­ bert's Patriotic Spectacle Com­ ing' Tomorrow Thomas Dixon, author of "The Birth of a Nation," just released to the en­ tire United States his sequel to the former work which he calls "The Fall of a Nation." In writing and staging "The Pall of a Nation," Thomas Dixon has kept particularly in view the world strug­ gle between democracy and imperial­ ism as' it affects the United States. After a prologue exemplifying the for­ eign immigrants' debt of gratitude to the union, the play proper opens with the scenes of political conflict preced­ ing the great conspiracy against the life of the republic. John Vassar's national defense bill is defeated in con­ gress. Virginia Holland, though ad­ miring his pluck, spurns his principles and encourages Charles Waldron, the professed friend of peace. Practically without warning the storm breaks over New York when 20,000 aliens of European military training rise at ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 January 1917

VOUft 1 f% ,• '•'. I i: I II i\ 4I ?:f -i 1 II U' b- 11 II 4 ib "V 1 V* 4* '1 'ft •'•. I THE TRIBUNE •stand at tha Pootofflca, Blamarck, N. D.. aa ftooond CUm Matter. I8SUED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY •UB8CRIPTI0N RATES PAT ABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month $ .10 Dally, by mall, per year 4.00 Weakly, by mall, per year,.......... 1.M Member Audit Bureau of ClrcuUtloa THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1171) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. Bismarck, N. D., Jan. 22, 1917: Temperature at 7:00 a. —2G Temperature at noon —13 Highest yesterday 2 Lowest last night —20 Precipitation Highest wind velocity yesterday .. 28—NW Forecast. For Bismarck and vicinity: Unset­ tled and not so cold tonight proba­ bly light snow Tuesday partly cloudy. Temperature Calgary —12 Chicago 1( Kansas CHy 4 Moorhead Pierre Prince Albert —2G St. Paul —12 Winnipeg —22 St. I,ouis 14 San Francisco 44 ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. The difficulty of the pres ent day and with us is, we are bullied by instituti...

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. — 22 January 1917

MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1917. FANCY RIBBONS One lot of Fancy Wide Ribbons, suitable for hair bows, fancy bags, etc. Special Clean-Up prioe, per yard 1-4 off Regular Price FEATHER BOAS Feather Boas in White, Black and Black and White. Very practical and dressy. Special Clean-Up at 1-2 Price JAPANESE BASKETS All fancy Japanese Willow and Sweet Grass baskets, suitable for Fruit, Sandwiches and Flowers. Some make excellent work baskets. Special Clean-Up at 1-3 off Regular Price STAMPED GOODS Stamped Corset Covers, Combination Suits, Hand kerchief Case, Envelope Chemise, Aprons, Dresser Scarfs and many other useful articles each put in sep­ arate package with sufficient floss to work. Special Clean-Up at 1-2 Regular Price SOCIETY Lirge Reception Closes }Veek's Society Events One of the most brilliant society functions of the new year was the re­ ception Saturday afternoon given by Mrs. Warren A. Stickley and Mrs. Thomas Curran Madden in the Stick ley home in Second and Thayer Streets, A colo...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 January 1917

fer St*# .tfiL iy.. I J' 'I' SCOOP The five high men in were: O. Bettcher, Jamestown Emil Edlilnd. Fargo Mueller, Jamestown ware, Fargo Fitzgerald. Jamestown 'U &&r- 3- REPORTER FUMMV HOVM JW«rWIU_ tBKE.'TO ME-- In tlie doubles, Fargo succeeded in ousting Valley City and Cooperstown from their places except in the pre­ mier position held by Soulis and 'Mc Leod of Valley City, with the .score of 1,171. The final struggle in tb^ (lob­ bies came in the evening, when the experts of Jamestown and Fargo bat­ tled ror a share in the prize money. In the team event, which Valley city was leading with the three first, up to the last day of the tournament the Sterns of Fargo took first with a score of 2.7S1 Blackstones of James­ town. second, with 2,7€5 Business­ men of Jamestown, third, with 2.72S Hunters, Jamestown, fourth, with 2, 082. anfl the Dakota*. Valley City, with a score of 2.6"S. The Black stones lost first place bv only 16 pins, the la.pt pin in a strike would have changed...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 January 1917

.-X xJMWbsimmMJm- Apple Creek Grain Farm, Box 189. Bismarck. l-20-3t WANTED—Stenographer, man or wo­ man, t$ work in law and abstract of­ fice opportunity for ambitious per­ son to learn abstract business or study law. Address No. 74, care Tribune.c 1-20-lt TAILOR WANTED—To take partfln terest in a paying tailoring and re­ pairing business. For further infor .. mation, write Freise: & son, Bis marck N i. i-19-3t '%ANTED^-Experienced pastry cook, man o*%r$»afti. Atlantic Cafe. S F. E. YOUNG. S For Sale—There are many splen- $ did bargains on my big list of 3 farm lands if looking for real investments, you ought to in vestigate what I have to offer $ before buying. S No Advertisements Accepted "T. Till Forbidden ClassifiedAds—Cash in Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. MtfW & AjjiWKII mwi Ui atgaee' avttben or car* Tribune moat to aa cnjred by letter sddreesed to ttM snniber given In the ad. Tribune em* ptojiea are not permitted to tell who wy edrertleer Is. Mall ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 January 1917

gpr ml 'i 'V.f jfep & i. &* jfe* 8£ V"" '-"V. '. •'. "V "^'.V--.'" 1 11 LOT II.—A similar lot of better grade laces/ for, a yard .'"• Laces and Insertions LOT 1.—Laces and Insertions, Valenciennes. Torchons. Venice bands and insertions. A wonderful showing of 5,000 yards to choose from, with no limit to the amount you may purchase. 'Your choice of this lot until all is sold at, per 4 yard I LOT III.—Valenciennes, Torchons and Shadow Laces, and Venice bands, etc. Thousands of yards of real bargains, at a yard LOT IV.—Shadow Laces. Valenciennecs, Torchons. cf&i, a whole tabic full to make your selections 4 from at, a yard I LOT V.—Shadow bands with edges to match. Oriental and Venice bands, in cream and white, etc. These laces cannot be purchased anywhere for 25c a yard. For this sale we offer the entire lot for a yard fiwU LOT Va.—-One lot Shadow Laces Edges. Venice and Cluny edges and insertions to match. A a special value, at, a yard hwW White Dress Goods WHITE DRESS GO...

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

I ill VxPJ. ». -•. •,-••:• -^x wy,: ,v ,. The Weather Colder. BUDCET101 Commission Makes Recommenda­ tions to Fifteenth General Assembly Today MORE MONEY ASKED FOR MAINTENANCE OF GUARD Budgeters Believe $50,000 the Year Will Be Needed Dickinson Normal School The budget board, after paring more than a millon from the requests sub­ mitted for appropriations by the var­ ious institutions and departments -which draw upon the public purse, to­ day reccommended to the Fifteenth general assembly the appropriation of $5,411,746.92 to meet all of North Da­ kota's public expenses for the ensu­ ing two years. The original requests totaled $6,570,430.92. Various Items. Some of the important items which the budget includes are $877,236 for all state departments, which aslced $950,707 $736,394 for the penal and charitable Institutions $1,393,970 for the educational institutions $698,800 for aid to maintenance in lieu of mill tax. National Guard. For the National Guard, $120,000 was asked, and $10...

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 January 1917

I® -TWO I & I- ir al ir at sc L( Bismarck's Newest Hotel Bismarck, N. D. $1.00 per day and upwards. Strictly Fireproof Telephone, and hot and cold water in every room. First class cafe service in con­ nection. Free Auto Bus Meets All Trains D. J. McGillis J. G. Wallace "CITY HAS RIGHT TO LINE ROC H'GUROY €ity Attorney Gives Ruling in Re­ gard to Sections 31-32 on I^-^sed City Road The city has a right. to establish section lino rout I between sections .'Jl aud :',2, township l.W. range SO. in the opinion of City Attorney McCurdy rend «t the incut in# of tin- city commission­ ers hist evening. The matter was placed before the attorney a week ago wjjen the proposition of establishing a road to the river was under discussion. "In uiy opinion the sections being within the city limits are exclusively under the control of the city ami the city is the only organization which lias authority to establish a high­ way on that particular line." is the -fHibatance of his communication to the...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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