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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 February 1917

5 ""y .-.jV-, **4f' V-' •. :-.'. -. S-y-:.*: U' i. :-.•"-• WEDNESDAY FEB. 21, 1917. SENATE AUTHORIZES SALE OF CAR LINE AS Ambition of Chairman Lewis Nearer Realization as Result of Action Chairman Lewis of the state board of control advanced one step nearer a long cherished ambition yesterday af ternoon when the senate by a vote of 27 to 15, seven not voting, adopted a concurrent resolution empowering the board of control to advertise for sale to the highest bidder the capital street railway line, North Dakota's first and only state-owned public util­ ity. In vain Senator Cahill defended the capital street railway, calling atten­ tion to the fact that Bismarck is rap­ idly growing that it will be a matter of only a year or two until the Mis­ souri is bridged, and the car line can be extended to Mandan and the re­ form school that ultimately Fort Lin­ coln will be rehabilitated, and that a spur to the fort would be a producer of additional revenue that an exten­ sion to the penitenti...

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. — 21 February 1917

mf :?. I 1 !wf *fJ\ IIV 1*3 j| s. 1 i^$ ,« Is is Jt'f\ 5 p. ^1 A s* im*fn THE TRIBUNE lltired at the Poatofflc*, Bismarck, N. D., aa Second Claaa Matter. IS8UED EVERT DATEXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PATABUI IN ADVANCE Daily, by mail or carrier, per month I .50 Daily, by mail, one year in North Dakota 4.00 •r Daily, by mail outside of North Dakota, one year 6.00 Dally, by mail outside of North Dakota, three months. 1.50 Daily, by mail in North Dakota three months 1-25 Weekly, by mail, per year 1-50 Member Audit Bureau of Clrcul&Uoa THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1»7») February 21, 191": Temperature at 7 a. m. Temperature at 12 noon -5 Highest yesterday 10 Lowest last night -2 Lowest today -5 Precipitation 04 Highest wind velocity 34-NW FYr North Dakota: Fair tonight, with colder east and central portions Calgary *%. 4 These same cohorts were lobbying for a retention of the Sunday blue laws, but never a whimper in favor of the bone dry law, which will give the state...

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. — 21 February 1917

I •. Inn 1 I WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21, 1917. rr.7* Church Society Meeting. The Toadies AJd society of the First 'Baptist church will meet Thursday af­ ternoon In the ibasement of the church. The meeting will be called at 2:30. "Third House" Dance. The entertainment committee in charge of the "third house" dancing parties, has announced one for Thurs­ day evening in Patterson hall. The last of these series of dancing parties will be given Monday evening next. Newspaper Man Weds. Anouncement has been made of the marriage of Miss Ruth A. Sullivan of Garrison and Cecil J. Ranney, a news­ paper man of Dodge. Their marriage was solemnized last evening in the bishop's residence in Bismarck, Rev. Father Hiltner reading the service at 7 o'clock. They were unattended. Mr. Ranney is connected with his broth­ er with the Dodge Dispatch and is one of the well known men of that sec­ tion. The bride is well known in edu­ cational circles, having been a teach ter in the public schools for sometime. Mr. R...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 February 1917

W& IV Ms SIX ^?r •s li 6'jr ,. cf nriD WE SOX TO Few New Faces in Camp of the Chicago Americans Col-'•: lins to Play Second TEN ROOKIES~TO MAKE TRIP BUT WON'T STICK (United Press.) Chicago, Feb. il.—The Chicago White Sox, strong, led by •Manager Clarence d'ants) Rowland, and ac­ companied by a bunch of notables, will leave two week.- from Friday for their spring training camp at Min­ eral Wells, Texas. The squad will be at this resort for two weeks, where they will be given a hard drill under Rowland and his assistant, "Kid" Gleason. The Batting Array. "The White Sox will win. the Amer­ ican league pennant, barring acci­ dents." said President Charles Comls k$y tpdagr "They would have copped tt laat^Rasou if the./ had not lost ajver^stars at crucial periods. Clar miCQ^O^Jan.4 is one of the greatest FcaJrcrs itt' baseball and with such a •batting array as Eddie Collins, Joe Jackson"*/-'Happy Felscli and Ray Schalk, they can't stop us, that's all. The race will be very close. "The...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 February 1917

ii I *4 I Jv: A fevy VV WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21, 1017. -Mi HELP WANTED MALE WANTED-^SoJicltor for 'newspaper work. Give full details of "your ex­ perience. References required. H, 1 Tribune. 1-9-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Girl for general house­ work in family of two. Apply Mire. __ O. H. WSll, 710 Fourth St. 2-21-6t WANTED—Competent girl~for gener- al housework small family no children. Miss Jackson, 601 6th St. 2-20-Gt WANTED—Woman solicitor for news paper canvassing. II, Tribune. 1-S-tf WANTED—Girl for general house work good wages. Phone G(fo. 2-lT-12t WANTED—Girl for general houie work 219 Third St. 2-19-3t WANTED Competent girl for gener­ al housework good wages. Apply office Lahr Motor Sales Co. 2-1916t D. T. OWEN8.A CO. Real Estate, Farm and City Loans. Insurance. The date of our next excursion to Sunny Southern Texas as advertised on the 19th of February, leaving Bis­ marck, has been changed to March 5, leaving Bismarck, and March 6, leav- D. T. OWENS A CO. Bismarck, N. Dak. F...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 February 1917

if '.v'P EIGHT fc"i & I I ki s- jlcntc Attack of Appendicitis Fatal to 31Iss Gllyunl, St. Cloud Normal Student. St. Cloud, Minn., Feb. 21—Effie I. Gilyard, a student at the state normal, was taken sick at the institution yes­ terday and died within two hours. Physicians say death was caused by an acute attack of appendicitis. BUSINESS BLOCK PLANNED H. E. White, Jamestown Druggist, Plans Erection of $80,000 Structure Soon (Speciai to The Tribune) Jamestown, N. D., Feb. 21—A mod­ ern business block to cost approxi­ mately $80,000 will be erected here this coming spring by H. E. White, drug store owner. The structure will be 75x140 feet. All of the first floor and portions of the second will be in marble trimming. COMPANY CAPTAIN IS STATIONED AT MINDANAO (Special to The Tribune) Grand Forks, N. D., Feb. 21—Word has been received in this city that Lieutenant Ansel G. Wineman, U. S. A., who was transferred from captain of Company to the regular army while on border duty, has reached ...

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

il if k. I. ».u„ "'•tofV V." Whirlwind Campaign for Mem­ bers to Be Launched in Bis­ marck Saturday Morning MEW POLICY TO BE PUBELY BUSINESS Eleven Teams 4o Start Out This Week—Every Business Place to Be Canvassed Elimination of the social features, thereby placing the membership on a purely business basis is the policy or H. P. Goddard and G. N. Keniston, president and secretary, respectively of the Bismarck Commercial club. The whirlwind campaign for members started Monday with th'e appointment of committee teams, several voluntar­ ily submitting their services and oth­ er consenting when requested to act. Bismarck For Business. "It is Bismarck for business Bis­ marck for better homes Bismarck throughout the state, and Bismarck all the time," said the officers this af­ ternoon, who were caught considering the proposition of tackling a certain business man for his opinion. ."We're going to push this campaign with all the energy we have and hope to in­ crease the membership of 300 t...

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

0, 4 f|k' |l 1 If fWO I •'.•?{ i§t ill & Says as Loud Noise It Was Rank­ est Ever and Had Better Be Returned SEAS OrfCE MORE PRACTICALLY FREE Motive Was to Starve England and Bring the Allies to Their Knees By CHARLES EDWARD RUSSELL. Washington, Feb. 22.—The terrible death dealing, man eating monster, T&ithlessness, having performed be­ fore the world for two weeks, Mr. von Tirpitz, its distinguished designer, may now take his interesting con­ traption home. As a loud noise it was one of the grandest ever as a thing to end the •war, "starve England and bring the Allies to their knees, it fs a bum show and had better be taken off the hoards. Not Greater Now. The daily toll of ships sunk is not greater mow t!han it was before "Ruthlessness" was turned loose, and -if von Tirpitz thinks lie is going to starve anybody that way lie will die first of old age. Fifteen days showed a net hag of 102 ships, amounting to 192,309 tons, an average of seven ships a day, with a total tonnage...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 February 1917

f' [1 '-v'^, .- 7t •. '"--v."5*5•• THURSDAY, FEB. 22, i917. AGAINST BILL BU8TINC RATES Duplicate of Cashman Act, Jim­ mied Through Two Houses, Now Up to Governor SURRENDERS PRESENT ADVANTAGEOUS TARIFFS Commodity Rates Gained After Twelve Years' Fight Smash­ ed to Pieces Protests from all parts of North Da­ kota are flooding in upon Governor Frazier, praying that he refuse to sign Senate Bill 77, which was rush­ ed through both houses of the legis­ lature during the last week, over the heads of and against the earnest ad­ vice of the North Dakota railroad •commission and rate experts general­ ly. Senate Bill 77, as Rate Expert James A. Little of the railway com­ mission pointed out at the senatd committee hearing, surrenders rates which North Dakota has labored years to establish and gives the state noth­ ing in return. The bill was framed up and lobbied through by a repre­ sentative of an independent oil com­ pany operating at Fairmount. It is shaped to suit Fairmount's interest, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 February 1917

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 February 1917

THURSDAY, FEB. 22, 1917 SOCIETY Casselton Visitors to Be Honor Guests at Reception Cards have been issued by Mrs. Prank G. Granvbs for a reception for Saturday afternoon at her home in Fourth street, the guests asked to "meet Mrs. \V. T. Sprake, Mrs. Grambs* house gue^t, and Mrs. Rowe, wife of Senator H. ,J. Rowe of Casselton. The hours wilt be from 3 o'clock to 5, and it will be one of the large society events of the week-end. Camp Fire Meeting. The Sakakawea Camp Fare group, which was recently organized by girls of the First Baptist church, will meet tomorrow evening with Miss Ruth Staley at her home in Sixth street. Mrs. W. J. Freed is the director. Dancing Parties. Among the events of the week is the dancing party arranged for this evening in Patterson hall by the en­ tertainment committee of the "third house." Another dancing party of in­ terest scheduled for the week is tho Masonic dance, Friday evening in 'Masonic temple. Miss Hanna Here. Miss Dorothy Hanna of Fargo, daughter...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 February 1917

1 IW i«S» f. il CfAAD THE CUB SvUUr REPORTER B0S5-T«I$ 15 TW' FATHER. OF OUR. C0ONTR.r5s BIRTH DAY-WHV WOULDNT Bismarck Boy Loses Two Straight Falls to "Sailor Jack" of Duluth, at Armory JACK ISSUES CHALLENGE TO MEET TONY BERNARD '•Sailor Jack" of Duluth won two straight falls from "Babe" North at the armory last night, the first com­ ing after a 12-minute tussle, the hold being a reverse body, and the second full in eight minutes with a hammer lock. The usual crowd was in attend­ ance. It was the first match North has lost in two years. "Sailor Jack" leaves today for Car rington and in a statement made to The Tribune this afternoon offers to wiestl$' Tftjiy Bernard of Jamestown for a purs^ of $500. BASEBALL SOON UNDER yW^'AT pHIO STATE "U" ioluinlus. O., Feb? 22.—Baseball practice soon will be under full sway at the Ohio state university. Wayne T. Wright, captain of the team, be­ lieves Ohio will give the conference teams a harder race than last sea rjpon, when the Huckeyes finishe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 February 1917

THURSDAY, FEB. 22^ 1917 •4ft* HELF WANTE4_HALE_ WANTED—A first-class janitor for large public building in tlie city of Bismarck, N. D. must be first class mechanic and have thorough knowl­ edge of steaiq heating plant and equipment. Write P. 0. box 553. A communications must be in by or 'before Monday, February 26. 242-3t WANTED—Solicitor for newspaper work. Give full details of your ex­ perience. References required. H, Tribune. 1-9-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE Vv ANTED—Girl for general house­ work ib family of two. Apply Mrs. O. H. WMl, 710 Fourth St. 2-2I-6t WANTED—Competent girl for gener­ al housework small family ho children. Miss Jackson, G01 6th St. g-20-6t WANTED—'Woman solicitor for news paper canvassing. H, Tribune. 1-9-tf WANTED—Girl for general house­ work good wages. Phone 665. 2-l?42t WANTED—Competent girl for gener­ al fcoustrarorlc Kobd wages. Apply office Lahr Motor Sales Co. 2-19l6t T. OWENS 4 CO. Real Estate, Farm and City Loans, tnsurfcnce. The date of our next excursi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 February 1917

w, i'I EIGHT i. ii: IV j, !!&• I ft ft fh, i! I $ 4? $ (ii b» :hf Ii rs5 ft is y: 1 4. v% ft* E: SENTENCE Finlayson and Ladehoff Enter Pleas of Not Guilty—to Be Tried at This Term JURORS EXCUSED—WILL REPORT FRIDAY MORNING John Kroutz, employed at the Part­ ner cafe, beard a sentence of six months passed on him in the district court yesterday by Judge Hanley. A few seconds later, sentence was sus­ pended. Kroutz was brought into the district court from Judge Dolan's court, having waived a preliminary ex­ amination. The bill of information al­ leged that he carried a concealed weapon. The complaint was sworn to Night Captain Martineson. Two Plead Not Guilty. Prank Finlayson and Julius Lade­ hoff, charged with keeping and main­ taining a common nuisance, entered •pleas of not guilty yesterday and will be tried at this torm or court. The first case on the February cal­ endar came up this afternoon, that of the state against Frank Way, accused of perjury in connection with giving of ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 February 1917

The Weather Warmer tonight THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NO.<p></p>MORE 10 TEAMS TO COMPETE III Business District of City Will Be In­ vaded Tomorrow Morning. WHIRLWIND MOVEMENT IS ON FOR MEMBERS Jobbers, Retailers and Lignite Men Unfavorable to Bills 77 and 298. The whirlwind membership cam paign by the 'Bismarck Commercial •club will be launched tomorrow morn­ ing with ten teams competing. Every business and professional of­ fice in the city will be invaded by committees armed with information relative to the proposed work of the club under the new administration and which means Bismarck for Bismarck at all times. "We are going to start out tomor­ row morning and expect to bring the campaign to a quick close," said Sec­ retary Keniston. "Each team's* L. Shujnan.. B. C.'Marks. Team No. 4. C. Young. L. E. Opdyke. caP" tain has 'been given his district to can­ vass and it is very probable that the campaign will be closed with a large banquet, although this has not been definitely d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 February 1917

8f" mittee I It W'' ft? ASS OF SILLS J#enty-Nine Senate Measures Calendar of House For Third Reading Today. STATE HIGHWWAY BOARD ACT BEFORE SENATORS Statute Would Enable State to Take Advantage of Federal Aid Provisions. The final grind of the Fifteenth as­ sembly on bills half-passed, i. e., which already have gone through one house, began at 2 o'clock tKs after­ noon. The opening of the fift'y-fourtli legislative day on the house calendar for third read­ ing and final passage and seven Jiouf»o 'hills on the senate calendar. The lists in both cases were added to by com- found 29 senate bills birthday found a majority of the .leg­ islators in a holiday spirit, with lSfctle desire to attend committee meetings. Many of the statesmen spent the «dav *in Mandan and seized up the fine E've stock sold 3t auction there under th3 auspices of the agricultural college, in the House. Senate Bill No. 1. Senator Stenmo's modified Torrens measure for trans­ fer of land titles, finally reached its ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 February 1917

.. A- FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1917. Plan to be Followed Will be Same as Adopted in European Countries. PAPER TRUST CONSENTS TO AN ARMISTICE By GIL80N GARDNER. Washington, Fel. 2 3 In caso war actually is declared one qf the first steps to be taken by tiie .administra­ tion will be to ask cong^ss Cor 'au­ thority to commandeer all fraw mater­ ials necessary for the manufacture of munitions. This means ipotton, wool, metals such as iron, copper and var­ ious alloys used in shell and gun mak­ ing, coal, chemicals and possibly, also, foodstuffs. The plan to be followed is the same as that adopted abroad. The govern­ ment would take possession of all these commodities at a fair market value, to be fixed as of the time they are taken over.. The government would furnish manufacturers the raw materials and pay them .a .fair profit, not less than eight nor more than 20 percent, for their work in convert­ ing the raw 'material into articles needed for the prosecution «f the war. Plan Approved. T...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 February 1917

At FOOt Is r? & 1 iK' I 1 jg i* ti t« I PC" It- K, & i| t! 1- I, 5 I: 5 THE TRIBUNE •stared at tbo Postofflc* Bismarck, N. D., as Socond CUm Matter. ISSUED KVBRT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by mail or carrier, per month v50j Daily, by mail, one year in North Dakota 4.00j Dally, by mail outside of North Dakota, one year 6.00 Dally, by mail outside of I North Dakota, three months. 1.50 1 Daily, by mail in North Dakota three months 1.25 Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (EsUhUabed .1171) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12.00, noon, Feb. 12, 1917: Temperature at 7:00 a. —14 Temperature at 12:00, noon, ... 2j Highest yesterday 5 lowest last night —14 Precipitation -02 Highest wind velocity 26—NVV Forecast. For Bismarck and Vicinity: Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday slightly! warmer tonight. For North Dakota: OPartly cloudy' tonight and Saturday slightly warm-j er t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 February 1917

1 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1917. Mrs .1. Henry Newton was hostess this afternoon at her home in Sixth Avenue, Mandan, to members of the Friday Afternoon club. Children's Matinee Program. The attraction arranged by iMr. Wingreene and Mr. Bauer for the chil­ dren's matinee at the Grand theatre for Saturday afternoon is most inter eating and will include "Cinderella." "Adaliire Jones" and Homer's "Odys sev." The first, film will be shown at 2:!W. This is the third matinee shown ''especially lor the children of the city and the movement has met with phe­ nomenal success. The theatre will bo kept warm and comfortable for the children. HAVE COLOR INVOUB CHEEKS Be Better Looking—Take Olive Tablets If your SOCIETY Church Quartette to Give Sacred Concert Sunday .Members of the Presbyterian morn­ ing quartet, assisted by Joseph East­ wood, tenor, will give a sacred con­ cert Sunday evening in the church auditorium. The program, which will begin at 7:30, is arranged prim­ arily for the legislators...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 February 1917

SIX 5 IT M9 J: i. ''i Ik/-* I," IS 1 •If I Ei, SV 1 it r. i- if I i* pi I 4r A JP a CTAAD THC .CUB Pvw" REPORTER Ms 90fS- xOOD ANOTHER. REASON FOR. 5EMtIK6- ME SOOtU ts MY HEALTH 71 STRONGEST TEAM III IIY YEARS Outlook Bright, But Calamity Bunch is Prevalent—Pitching Big Problem. FIVE OUTFIELDERS TO MAKE TRIP TO TEXAS (United Press.) Detroit, Mich., Kelt. 2::.—The predic­ tion is .instilled that. Detroit will have the strongest team this year that has represented in an American league rar.o since the old championship days. There is, nevertheless, an atmos­ phere of unccrlainty about Ihe club that has local dopestcrs guessing. The outlook is bright, but there is a, calamity hunch prevalent. On form, the ieani should iie exactly as strong on attack as it was in 1!H." and again in 111 Mi. In addition, there should be an improved pitching staff. Five Outfielders on Trip. Five outfielders will be taken to the training camp at Waxahaclife, Texas. OC these, Cobb ,and Ve-ich will play regul...

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