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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 January 1917

fS» TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1917. Annual Meeting State Live stock Association Opens Tomorrow at Auditorium PETERS AMONG FIRST ARRIVALS IN ^THE CITY Says No Time in Past Has Inter­ est Been So Great In Stock Circles as at Present The annual meeting of the North Dakota Livestock association will op­ en in the Auditorium at 9. o'clock to­|when morrow morning for a two-day ses­ sion, at which questions and prob­ lems pertaining to pork and Deef pro­ duction will have the attention of some 200 cattle men. VV. H. Peters, animal husbandman of the North Dakota Experiment sta­ tion, was an arrival in the city this morning and stated that North Dako ta is rapidly turning to the raising of more stock, as is evidenced by the fact that $25,000,000 worth of live­ stock was sold and shipped outside of the state last year. "At no time in the past has there been so great an Interest and so great a demand for information or. livestock production throughout the state as there exists at the present," said...

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 January 1917

fOJl 8 A 'li pi I THE TRIBUNE •atered at the Fostofflc*, Bismarck, N. D., at S«cood Claaa Matter. ISSUED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAT ABLE IN ADVANCE Daily, by carrier, per month .60 Daily, by nail, per year 4.00 Weakly, by mail, per year LIO Harnber Audit Bureau of Circulation THB BTATETS OLDEST NEWSPAPER (EatabUibed 1171) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at noon, Jan. 2:5, 1917: Temperature at 7:«0 a ni Temperature at 12:0ti. noon 10 Highest yesterday 2 Lowest last night I Precipitation Trace Highest wind velocity 22—S Forecast. For North Dakota: Partly cloudy and colder tonight cold wave in west portion Wednesday fair with colder in the south aud extreme west por­ tions. Temperature Calgary IS Chicago i» Kansas City 12 Moorhead —12 Pierre S Prince Albert —26 St. Paul No report -Winnipeg —18 St. lxniis IS San Francisco 40 OIvRIS W. ROHERTS. Meteorologist. Arm yourself with courage. —Corneille. CONGRESS SHOULD ACT. Congress, not the jsupreine court,...

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. — 23 January 1917

I TUESDAY, JAKCAEY 23, 1917. "SET" Monday Club Holds Annual Banquet at the McKenzie One of tlic smart, events of the first of the v/eek was the annual banquet of the Monday dub last evening in the McKenzie. Mrs. A. A. Bruce, wife of Chief Justice A. A. Bruce, presided as toastmistress and toasts were given by Mrs. J. A. Haney, B. E. Jones, R. F. Flint, and Miss Matilda Williams. Mrs. Haney toasted "Our Guests," with an original poein especially com­ posed for the event. Mr. Jones toast­ ed the ladies and Mr. Flint spoke on "Back to the Farm." Miss Williams toasted the hostesses witli an original poem. The guests were entertained by Mrs. Victor J. LaRose who sang two numbers with Mrs. Haney at the piano. The table held clusters of red carnations 'and the same color tone was used in the other appointments. Following the banquet the guests went to the parlors where a one-act comedy enttitled "The Kleptomoniac" was presented. This part of the pro­ gram was arranged as a surprise for the...

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 January 1917

:'t I |:v i- BtX -i~-, bt: s/i .. ".. ..• 'T.v:: :. *k- Cf AAD THE CUB DWIAJK REPORTEI ifM n-- V*NO t&vat)— MO Another Australian Invasion Is Being Groomed To Follow Les Darcy FEATHERWEIGHT JIMMY HILL'S EYES ON U. S. American boxers may have to pre­ pare for another Australian invasion. Australian boxers, according to word from Sydney, are beinj groom­ ed to follow I^s Darcy to Hie stales to try for some of the American lilies. Among Hie most promising is said to bo Jiminie Hill, a feather-weight, who has been doing remarkably well in the Antipodes. Kill, Australian experts declare, is a match for Johnny Kilbano and would make the world champion step lively over any route. Sid Godfrey is another Australian featherweight of promise, and Kid Herman Kewpie Ertle or Kid Wil­ liams would have their hands full in a mixup with Vince Blackburn, the "Sydney bantam, if reports of his abil­ ities are to be credited. The possibility of an Australian in­ vasion recalls the havoc caused in Am...

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 January 1917

TWaTOAT, JA1TOABY 83. 1M7. mw JO HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Live subscription agents' and correspondents toi take subscrip­ tions and furnish neyra items in every town in North Dakota. Write Frank Hicks, Circulation Manager. The Tribune, Bismarck, N. D. l-17-6t JAILOR WANTED-^To take part in­ terest in a paying tailoring and cleaning business. For further In formation, write Freise & Son, Bis­ marck, N. D. l-19*3t WANTED—Couple to work on farm! Apple Creek Grain Farm, Box 189. _Bismarck. l-20-3t WANTED—Experienced pastry cook, man or woman. Atlantic Cafe. 1-18-Ct WANTED—Solicitor Real A™ POSITION WANTED—^By young man 'experienced in clerical and general office work. Can furnish A-l refer­ ences. Address Xo.. 76, care Tri­ bune. 1-22-St F. E. YOUNG. For Sale—There are many splen- S did bargains on my big list of $ S farm lands if looking for real 4 8 investments, you ought to in- 4 v^stigate what I have to offer S before buying. T|i^ jaije No AdvertiWRents AcceptedI.*' fttl Forbidde...

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. — 23 January 1917

m?, $?:. j-'f.f^ ,.f It:, u. Ifff flit i: SH 11 ii J. if triotism. -:i/WW?-'""?W:0#&•''•& -t /r*"'M^£ "£'%."4'k ,-^V' What Critics Say: "The play will open your eyes and wake up your It is real war." Rev. THOS. R. GREGORY "Mr. Thos. Dixon has I'ren dered this country the highest possible service." ALTON B. PARKER Former Presidential Candidate. The World's Most Thrilling pa­ TONIGHT ORPHEUM & BISMARCK 9. I 7=30 & 9=30 A .r BISBUEOKDAILYTRIBDKE One of the Tense Moments in Motion Thos. Dixon's Mighty Sequel to "The Birth of a Nation" fn. unequalled realization of the terrific powers of annihilation, which America may be forced to meet in the world struggle for a place in the sun. Here is war—red, flaming, ruthless—seething with the?hate and blood lust of frenzied nations—the bitter penalty for the blindness that will not read 'America's lesson on the battle-plains of Europe, *r» iTThe This feature will be shown in Bismarck at 25c which is .the] lowest fee that it has ev...

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. — 24 January 1917

A ,.i •'h c' 'f i. The Weather Warmer tonight. 1 O N E Fight Made by Divet Fails To Protect Public School and University Moneys HOUSE BILL 44 MAY GO TO THIRD READING TODAY Committee on Whole Rises, Re commending Passage of Bill as Amended TEMPERANCE BILL UP. House Bill 37 to create office for one or not more than three special law enforcement officials was up before the house late today. It has been amended to give the ap­ pointive power to the attorney general and to permit him to hire anyone to come into the state in the capacity of special sleuth. These amendments propoised in committee were endorsed by the house today. Representative E. E. Cole of Fargo led the attack on the meas­ ure. The committee of the whole re­ commended the bill to pass by a vote of 53 to 38. Cole finally switched from opposing bill to supporting it. Constitutional safeguards thrown by the present, constitution around the state's trust funds for Its public schools and educational institutions were intentio...

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 January 1917

in MTY DIES IN BISIARCK Samuel B. Norton Came To This Section of North Dakota in 1882 Samuel B. Norton, of McKenzie, aged 71, died this morning at 6 o'clock in the Bismarck haspital. where he had been a patient for the last two weeks. Death was due to complica­ tions following an attack of grip. .Mr. Norton was one of the best known farmers or that section, having located there in 1882. He was bom near Augusta, Maine, spending the early part of his life there, When he came to North Dakota he located on a homestead iu Sibley township and had been ongaged in farming up until a year ago, when he retired and moved to McKenzie. In politics he was a republican but waa never active in the affairs of his party. He was a member of the Mc­ Kenzie Methodist Episcopal church and of the Sterling Lodge No. 70 of the Odd Fellows. Shortly after locating in North Dakota he was married to Miss Emily Robert of St. Paul, who died twenty-seven years ago. He mar­ ried the second time to Miss Phebe Lawell...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 24 January 1917

Legislature, .Court and State Of­ ficers Targets for Remarks at Banquet ROBERTS BOYS GIVE A BOXING EXHIBITION Professional Vaudeville Talent Interlarded Between Courses —Coates Arrested Ti'ursting of miniature balloons giv­ ing in effect the sound of a distant battle, tooting, rattling and banging of instruments ol' torture as charac­ teristics of hooligans at a New Year's eve celebration, cabaret dancing, sing­ ing and travesties on members of the legislature, the supreme court and state officers with a sprinkling of professional vaudeville talent, made the third annual banquet of the North Dakota 'Gridiron club, held at the Mc Kenzie last night, a "big night" for an audience of about 300. Governor Lynn J. Frazier was guest of hoiior' at the festivities. The great "fun-making event" open­ ed with an address by D. C. Coates, head of the Non-partisan league publi­ cations, and president of the club, who before he had a chance to finish his greeting, was arrested by the captain of the...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 24 January 1917

.* $ if I 3 *V, Is f'lf ill I I* S :.fh •4' RV '1 THE TRIBUNE •nterad at tin Poatofflce, Blamarck, N. D., as Second CUm San •S- Matter. IS8UED EVJ3RT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12:00, noon, Jan. 24, 1917: Temperature at 7:00 a. m. Temperature at 12:00, noon, Highest yesterday Lowest last night Precipitation Highest wind velocity a child. Passing up what Diggs and wife undoubtedly have suffered for a form, of "escapade" that's pretty ordinary. if you tell the truth about it, and which suffering is probably full pun­ ishment of itself, there is the suffer­ ing of the innocent child to be con­ sidered. It IS a case wherein justice will be satisfied and society make a gain should President Wilson pardon the father for sake of the child. Britannia sure is finding the waves unruly. CLUB'S FUTURE. E'istearck's Commercial club is to lie reorganized along new lines, not as a reflection upon the past, but sim­ ply afl an adaptation to the exigen­ cies...

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 January 1917

A' IV WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24, 1917. This evening the Capital club will give another of a series of dancing parties in Patterson hall. This will be followed Thursday evening by the annual masquerade dance given, by the Modern Brotherhood of America lodge. Friday evening the "third house" of the Fifteenth legislative as­ sembly will give the second in a ser­ ies of dancing parties Friday evening in Patterson hall, and Saturday eve­ ning the United Commercial Travel­ ers will give its annual snow ball dance in Patterson hall. to 5. Mb ^Entertains Club. Mrs. H. S. Dobler was hostess this afternoon at her home in West Ros ser street to co-members of the Neigh borhood club. Fancy work was the diversion. Church Society Meeting. Members of the Ladies' Aid society of the First Baptist church will hold an important meeting tomorrow after noon with Mrs. Charles Staley at her home in Sixth street. AH the women of the congregation are asked to at­ tend. Club Dancing Party. The Capital club dancing p...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 24 January 1917

:p BIX F\l U, *r •S-i •£i- J2i.v- .' f. -..? ... I I ZT :. ornnD THE CUB DVUUr REPORTER ©if'7 INTLJiNP FAL.TO -A40 HEBRON TEAM #18 W Captain Rohs Makes 14 of the Points Scored Against the Hebron Quintet (Special to The Tribune) Hebron, X. D„ Jan. 24.—The Hebron liigh school basketball team won a victory in its second same of tlio sea­ son, defeating New- Salem hinti last Saturday rveninpr at New Salem by a score of 40 to IS. The (irst half was marked by close guarding and careful •play and was nip and tuck until the last few minutes when the Hebron boys pulleu ahead to a score of 11 to G. The second half was more exciting and also rougher than the first. New Salem threatened to even the score, but toward liie end of the half was clearly out of the race, the final score being 40 to 18. For New Salem. Captain Kolis was almost the whole show, making 14 of the points scored by his team. The Hebron players all played at their best, but' Kaufmann deserves special mcnyoii •IprT his seven b...

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 January 1917

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 24, 1917. aire F. E. YOUNG. Sale—There are many splen­ did bargains on my big list of farm lands If looking for real investments, you ought to in­ vestigate what I have to offers before buying. For Sale—There are no cheaper lots for the money in Bismarck than those in Riverview Addi­ tion at from $300.00 to $600.00. We protect our buyers in every way. This addition lays west of Washington avenue and south of Avenue A. Don't get it confused with other property further away from down town. Washington avenue is only four blocks from the postofflce. Am sole agent for our lots in River view. For Sale—A really good six-room house with bath, furnace, ma­ ple floors comer lot, conven­ ient to schools brand new. No Advertisements Accepted "T. P." Tfll Forbidden Classified Ads—Gash inAdvance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. ho* BUN* Uf «4s state* wltk mbm or •ttiato earn Tflfttt&e must fee am* evered by letter addressed to the amber (ITM the ad. Tribune ftoyes not ...

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. — 24 January 1917

BIGHT LIQUOR HELD CAUSE FOR DEATH OF JACOB WINKLER Napoleon, X. D„ Jan. 24— Alcoholic liquors are held to be responsible for the cause of the death, of Jacob Wink­ ler, Kidder county Yarmer, found dead last week at the Frank Ryan farm home about 10 miles north of here. MAKING IT PLAIN The Pure Food and Drug Laws aim to protect the public by preventing mis-statements on the labels of prepa­ rations but some people continue to accept "extracts" of That is the Kind News of the Northwest DRAYTON SETS DATES FOR ANNUAL BONSPIEL Drayton, N. D„ Jan. 24.—Because of other events scheduled to be held In this city in February, the dates for the eighth annual bonspiel have been Bet for January 30 and 31, a month earlier than in past seasons. Kinks are expected from iiowesmont, Crys­ tal, Grafton, Grand Forks, Hensel and St. Thomas. There will be four to five sheets uf ice. The banquet will be held the evening of the closing day. REMARKABLE GROWTH OF TELEPHONES IS SHOWN Hazen, N. D„ Jan. 24.—An i...

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. — 25 January 1917

sr 1 iij The Weather 8now and Colder Judge Nuessle Boosts Bond of De­ fendant Said To Have Sought Bernard's Scalp CONVICTIONS WON IN ALL CASES TO DATE State'8 Attorney McCurdy Win­ ning Success in Determined Clean-Up Effort Openly accused in district court this morning of having led a band of six or seven "bad men" and near des­ peradoes, it is said, to the Soo hotel last night in an alleged effort to "get" Prank Bernard, a spotter who assisted in getting much of the evidence on which State's Attorney McCurdy's clean-up campaign is based, Jack Christopher, taxi-driver for John Haas, was severely reprimanded by Judge Nuessle the amount of his bail in­ creased from $500 to $1,500, and he was remanded to the custody of the sheriff until bondsmen could be pro­ vided. Willis E. my an and Marry Clooten furnished bail. Christopher is one of the dozen or more taken in McCurdy's dragnet, witness in his case. Christopher, out under $500 ban, is alleged to have instigated the plot against Bern...

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. — 25 January 1917

f*?*U x*. t t- i. PROF EDWARDS HONEST PROPOSITION HE IS INDEED YOUR FRIEND IN need, a friend that never deserts, never gives up, that through his tireless efforts overcomes any ob­ stacle. large or small, to bring to a happy conclusion all that you may desire. As the gentle drop from the little brook gradually wears away and powders into dust the mightiest, of rocks, so does Prof. Edwards, through perseverance and persist­ ence, achieve his aim. He has no y'ljfaUures. lie has ample power jmd •^jteyeliie force to enable him to" do his bidding and to complete difficult cases in a very short period. •PERSONAL A N E 1 S M, THE power to control, influence, per­ suade and fascinate others, quickly and permanently developed by con­ sulting Prof. Edwards. ONE WILL NOT ttNLY FIND HIM superior as a sear and cla{rvoj reader but as a'sympathetic considerate adviser. A Si America's Eminent Occult Scientist, Palmist, Clairvoyant and Magnetic Healer A SWORN STATEMENT Read carefully—I do hereby sol...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 25 January 1917

•v THURSDAY, JANUARY 25,1917 Bag Limit Cut Down to Five a Day and Closed Season Abolished LAW ENFORCEMENT LOBBY GIVEN NO CONSOLATION Upper House in Favor of Strict Tightening Up Under Webb Kenyon Act So general have been the protests against Senator Lindstrom's bill pro: posing a closed season until' 1920 on prairie chicken, that the author, in the committee on fish and game, has practically rewritten the measure. The closed season clause has been eliminated, and in its place the daily: bag limit has been reduced to five, while the beginning of the open seas­ on has been advanced to September 20, closing, as heretofore, November 1. This means but ten days' chicken ghooting each fall, but it is better than nothing, the sportsmen confess. The open season for ducks, geese and other water-fowl also has been short­ ened, and Lindstrom's bill would have it begin September 20 and close De­ cember 1. The bill will be favorably reported out of committee tomorrow. Reconsider McLean Mills, Bec...

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. — 25 January 1917

if' voro 1 ll ,s' I $ 4t'. A" 4 &- p.- -$ •THE TRIBUNE Catered at th« Po#tofflc«, Bismarck, N. D., S«ooo4 Class Matter. ISSUED EVERT DAT EXCEPT 8UNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLB IN ADVANCES Dally, by carrier, per month 9 .M Dally. by mall, per year 4-00 Weekly, by mall, par year........... l-»o Member Audit Bureau of Circulation TOT STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1178) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12:00, noon. Jan. 2f, 1917: Temperature at 7:00 a. ni 2 Temperature at 12:00, noon Highest yesterday Lowest last night Precipitation Highest wind velocity 10—NW Forecast. For North Dakota: Unsettled and continued cold tonight, with snow in west and south portions Friday part ]y cloudy, with colder in west por­ tion: Calgary Chicago Kansas City Moorhead Pierre Prince Albert St. Paul Winnipeg St. Louis San Francisco Temperature it 21 —14 0 —:,s —1 —2 24 .. 42 ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. What I do not wish men to do to me, I also wish not. to do to them.—...

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. — 25 January 1917

ft THURSDAY, JANUARY 25,1917 Mrs. E. H. L. Vesperman will be hostess Friday afternoon at her home in Avenue A, to co-members of the Friday Crochet club. Fancy work will he the diversion. Here From Grand Forks. Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Severson and family of Eleventh street have as their guest their former pastor, Rev. N. J. Lohre, of Grand Forks. While here Rev. Mr. Lohre will transact biisines.' at the capitol. Royal Neighbors Meeting. A special meeting of the Royal 'Neighbors will be held Friday even­ ing in the Knights of Pythias ball, at X:4."i. A number of important mat­ ters will be considered and all mem­ bers are asked to attend. Camp Fire Meeting. The Tintapa Camp Fire group will meet this evening with Miss Lucille Hall at the home of her parents, Sec­ retary of state and Mr1-.. Thomas Hall in Avenue A. The meeting will be­ gin at 7:?0 and the evening will be spent in work of the camp. :W. Pastry Making Poor pastry is due entirely to the manner in which it is made. It is not poss...

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. — 25 January 1917

•f mJ f' $ $ SIX HKt rV* $ ?4 Afi SCOOP in Norl iici'ii l'„i REPORTER I FORKS 10 W JUI IN THE •MM ME Coach '"Andy Gill of University To Be Offered Position as Manager of the Club (!r inl I'ltfUs. •liiii. -I. 1)(• Ii11ili' j)I iits for ciilcriii.ir of ii inl I'oi'k^ •el.all Lea-iie were completed at a mass, meet iiri lieid here last niu'lit. Kni liiM.tsin lias icached III^'II pitch in this .•il-' and fans expressed hack the venture ol ei11cr111_t llii General Agent For Life Insurance Company. Tlio N'rw World Li to Insurance Company is preparing to operate actively in North Pakota. Has splendid proposition to of­ fer to two or three experienced men. capable of developing large districts in that state. Only experienced men wanted, wlio are capable of producing good volume high-class business and building up profitable genera! agency, men who are ambitious to grow with one of the strongest companies in the West. Write and learn kind of eo-oper-' ation wo extend by making depos­ its in b...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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