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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 7 March 1917

9 W '0 WEDNESDAY MARCH 7, im. CLASSIFIED AD CHARGE I 1-2 cent per word 'first insertion. (Minimum charge, 25c.) 1 cent per word each succeeding in­ sertion. By the month (llat rate), $1 per line. Ads accepted before 11 o'clock are classified. Ads accepted between 11 and 2 o'clock will appear under a "Too late to classify" heading. Ads accepted after 2 o'clock will not appear until t&e next day's issue^ All classified advertisements CASH,IN ADVANCE. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Porter, at City National Barber Sliop, S-7-Ct V*AIV« eu—Messenger iboy. Western Union. 3-5-6t WANTED—Boy who desires to learn trade. Apply Hoskins Greenhous­ es mornings. 2-26 ?2t WANTED—Solicitor for newspaper work. Give full details of your ex­ perience. References required. H, Tribune. 1-9-tf WANTED—Man .with references, be­ tween 28 and 40 years of age, to work by the year, who can do work around hotel,! handle horses and milk cows a home for the right man boozers need not apply. $35 a month. A. D. Hitt, Ho...

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. — 7 March 1917

BIGHT liPi :|*V# ill ll ttP' 'j. !f l'" i" t\h t\' (United Press) Interpretation, for the first time, by the supreme court of the treaties of 1799 and 1828 between the United States and Germany was sought in two cases determining possession of the British liner Appam, captured January 15, 1916, by the German raid­ er Moewe and taken to Newport News, Va., by a prize crew under Lieu­ tenant Hans Berg. Almost from the moment that the liner passed into Hampton Roads Feb­ ruary 1, 191(1, after a trans-Atlantic dash of 1 miles, the legal contest for possession of ship and cargo began (Associated Press.) London, March 7.—The German government's plan for involvins Mex­ ico and Japan in war with the Unit­ ed States in event of hostilities be­ tween Germany and America was de­ fended in an address before tho reichstag by the foreign secretary, Dr. Alfred Zimmermann. as quoted in a Router's dispatch from Amsterdam. P.eplying to objections raised by a Socialist member to the Mexican pro­ posals...

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. — 8 March 1917

V* X' .V-. I The Weather Warmer. TO EQUITY, ASSERTS STATE PRESIDENT Society Was Not Consuted and Had No Idea That Terminal Bill Was to Die DISCUSSES BONDING AS COMPARED WITH TAXATION "The news came as a thunderbolt, to me," said President M. P. Johnson, •who, with Secretary M. V. Boddy of the state union of the Equity, was in­ terviewed briefly last evening on the veto of S. B. 84. "I couldn't believe, until I saw the governor's message actually in print, that the report could be true. At no time did we receive any intimation of the governor's intention, nor were we consulted as to our views in the mat­ ter. The Equity had worked seven years for this bill. It carried out to a large extent the Equity's ideas of what the bill should contain, and had the governor signed it, as we fully ex­ pected him to do, it would have been a great aid to the Equity movement. "I can't say what the next step of the Equity will be. I anticipated that a conference will be held in the near future. I am w...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 8 March 1917

l-M !$' k\ I t' ,Vf Hfo in: ssr ACT IN COURT (Special to The Tribune) Fargo, N. I)., .March ts--The art ]uhsc(1 by the stale legislature at­ tempting to legislate trading stamps out of existence, so far as .\orth Da­ kota is concerned, will be attacked iu the courts, if approved by Gover­ nor Fhtzier, on the theory that the act 1s discriininatotry as against a oertain class of trading stamps, whereas it permits other classes of stamps, coupons or certificates, to be used. The senate, in an amendment to the bill that passed the house, sought to omit from the operation of the act, the coupons, certificates or stamps is­ sued with the original package, and which are redeemed by the distributor direct. AiiK'iMliiienl Is Coiniiroiiiise This amendment was adopted as a result of a compromise between the representatives of the Fargo Retail Merchants association and the repre­ sentatives of companies that issue coupons and redeem them directly. Representatives of the solculled pro­ fessional...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 8 March 1917

f1^ THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1917. Commissioner of Education Alter­ ing Courses to Comply with Recont Survey EFFORT TO ELIMINATE DUPLICATION SUCCEEDS Wahpeton Becomes Polytechnical Rather Than Scientific— Minot School Revised pr. E. R. Craighead, commissioner of'education, who has spent the last two months at -Wahpeton, Minot and Gf-itnd Porks, supervising The commissioner has met with lit­ tle difficulty to date. Wahpeton, which for years has struggled along with a rather unsuccessful scientific school, drawing a majority of its students from Minnesota and t'le im­ mediate community, now has an in­ dustrial training school which will work into the state's educational sys­ tem. Some rather important changes have been made in the courses at Mi­ not, and considerable rearranging has been done at the university. In every case, the commissioner reports, the institution heads and members of the faculty have offered helpful co-opera­ tion, and the changes have been ar­ rived at harmoniously. At...

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. — 8 March 1917

IF I ii .. roux M* '-'. if IV Mr v* P* & rf pf fit fesr IS fe-4,- THE TRIBUNE •stored at tte Footofflc*, Biamarck, N. O., 8eoon4 Clan Matter. ISSUED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PATABL1 IN ADVANCE Daily, by mail or carrier, per month .60 Daily, by mall, one year la North Dakota 4.00 Daily, by mail outside of North Dakota, one year 6.00 Dally, by mail outside of North Dakota, three months. 1 CO Dally, by mail In North Dakota three months 1-25 Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Whefe"theDaily Tribune can be de­ livered by carrier, no mail subscrip­ tions will be accepted at the $4.00 rate. All mail subscribers will be billed 30 days before date of expiration and if a renewal is not received before the date indicated on the label, their name will be dropped from the list. 4 No special rates or discounts will be allowed anyone and the subscrip­ tion price as outlined below will pre- fanners' economic conditions as pos- vail. Member Audit Bureau of Circulation rmn STATE'S O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 8 March 1917

't 1 -ja THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1917. SOCIETY CAPITAL CITY MUSICIANS TO HEAR JOHN M'CORMACK Mrs. E. H. L. Vesperman of Avenue A and Mrs. J. A. Haney of Avenue B, members of the Thursday Musical club and Mrs. Henry J. Linde of Ave­ nue A, have gone to Fargo where they will attend the John McCormack con­ cert this evening in tho Fargo audi­ torium. Mrs. W. F. Cashing of First street, who is managing Mr. McCor mack's engagements for North and South Dakota, left last week for Far­ go and while there is staying at the Waldorf hotel." The Irish tenor luis arranged a splended program for his only North Dakota engagement which includes numbers from Handel, Schu­ bert, Brahms Schumann and a num­ ber of the late song writers, Milli gan-Fox, Hughes, Burleigh, Schneider, Harty and Melvin. Edwin Schneider, composer of "When the Dew is Fall­ ing" and "Your Eyes," is Mr. Mc Cormack's accompanist. Mr. McBeth a violinist whom the great tenor has been attracted to, will also appear on the program. Music ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 8 March 1917

BIX gjp.' 'V' ,f»&* x.* «£i ,." it. 1**4. i*s 1 firftHD SV THE Michigan Grappler Will Forfeit All Four Matches in the State (United Press.) Fargo, N\ I).. March 7.—"I tun through I am I!S years old and loo old to wrestle. I knew I couldn't throw this man shortly after the match started." said Wilfred Harrelt, in ad­ dressing the crowd of spectators after wrestling ."H minutes with Henry Kar­ hunsaari. the Finnish champion, at tlie auditorium here last night. Fi'tirrelt slated hr will forfeit the four matches that he has with Kar liunsaari. Under the terms of the match, the winner will he matched with Walter (Miller, in Hillings,\Jamcstown or Far. go. The curtain raiser was an exhibi­ tion by V'oung llackr nsniith, 111) pounds, and his trainer, Otto Uoyt. ilackenamith demonstrated several holds. MEETS ANDERSON HERE. With' the defeat of llarrett, tho Michigan grappler in Fargo Tuesday, who has forfeited all his matches in the state, Promoter Frank Kellogg telephoned from Valley Ci...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 8 March 1917

«tl 1 i, 1a 'I "If, mm CLASSIFIED AD CHARGE 1 1-2 cent per word first insertion. (Minimum charge, 25c.) 1 cent per word each succeeding in­ sertion. By the month (flat rate), $1 per line. Ad$ accepted ^before 11 o'clock are 'classified. Ads accepted between 11 and 2 o'clock with appear under a "Too late to classify" heading. Ads accepted after 2 o'clock will not appear until ttie next day's issue. All classified advertisements CASH IN ADVANCE. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Porter, Barber,. Shop. at City National _. S-7-6t •Western 3-5-6t WANTED—Messenger iboy. Union. WANTED—Boy who desires to learn trade. Apply Hoskins Greenhous­ es Mornings. 2-26 ?2t WANTECh-Solicitor for newspaper work. Qive full details of your ex­ perience. References required. H, Tribune. 1-9-tf WANTED—IMan who has had experi­ ence dealing with the public, to manage the commercial business of local company. 'Must have some knowledge of bookkeeping and at ,• least 2-3 yeatfs old. "Write No. 97, carc Tribune.. 3-7-ot W...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 8 March 1917

SIGHT 2^ IPl &•'• Lj."^' I 1' f- t'V Not in the civil war, not at any other time. The staggering revelations or Ger­ many's plottings to embroil us with Mexico and Japan are not half the story. It isn't Japan and Mexico alone, nor Gerrrany, Japan and Mexico alone that we faced in that diabolical man­ euvering. In the end it was Germany, Japan, Mexico—and Russia. Wo seem to forget, in the White House, in congress, in editorial rooms T- Germany's Plan One to Unite Autociscies to Crush Democracies By CHARLES EDWARD RUSSELL.! and elsewhere—we seem to forget the TT„Jf-,, ired aching feet feel re- Cleaner than mussy plasters or j{,iat matic pains, neuralgia, gout, lum bago, sprains, strains, toothache, bruises and muscle soreness. At all druggists, 25c. 50c. and $1.00. Sloan 's Liniment S A A. HeaHkmike Home Maittiatitedby |^ri%Yea[2 Theheelth of the family is ani#p0rtaitt question and one that should receive the most careful consideration in every real home. S.S.S. 1ms brought new he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 9 March 1917

The We&ther Colder. THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NO.<p></p>WILSON STONE EXPECTS TO KEEP HIS 'I Never Explain What I Do in Senate," Says "Gum Shoe BUI" IN TIME INTENDS TO SHOW MISSOURI "Fighting Bob" Invited to Ad­ dress Anti-War Society of Chicago (United iPress.) Washington, March 9.—"I never ex­ plain what I do.in the senate on great public questions," said Senator William J. Stone of .Missouri, when asked for a statement regarding the attacks being made upon him through­ out the country. 'He will disregard the demand for his resignation as chairman of the senate foreign rela­ tions committee as voiced by news­ papers of his own state and else­ where. He has no idea of resigning and is absolutely confident that he will be retained in his old position. "I never go into the press or upon the floor of the senate to explain what I did to­ day or yesterday, but in due time I will scatter my remarks before the people of Missouri. That will be my answer. What I say in the senate ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 9 March 1917

TIK I A f, kl HI BP I®, tf 1 ll |i| $: 1 8« I Iv S~y TWO fj' Wr t*r 1 r* 3 S v, f*! f-r p\' N •fp THREE DAYS McClusky Without Train Service Since Jan. 30 Mail Sledded from Underwood DYNAMITE USED TO GET TRAINS OUT OP "CUTS" Flour and Other Provisions Re­ ported Low—Lignite Pre­ vents Coal Famine (.Special to The Tribune) McClusky. X. I J., March !l .Mc­ Clusky has been without a train since January u. Hut for the 'fact that, lignite mines are a short distance from here there would be a coal fam­ ine today. Flour and other provisions are low. Mail is being slecjded into this place from Cnderwood. Dynamite "has been used in getting stalled .snowplows out of the "cuts," but. to no avail. McClusky as well as other towns have notified the railroad and ware­ house commission of the conditions as they prevail on the Turtle Lake line, but no action has been taken. The mayor yesterday afternoon telegraph­ ed the superintendent Mif the Nor­ thern Paeilir relating conditions as thev are. The c...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 9 March 1917

'.-A .. FRIDAY, MARCH. 9, 1917. fl NEUTRALITY E Anamoose Citizens Express Most Hearty Approval of His Action COMMUNICATION IS FORWARDED TO SENATOR (Special to The Tribune) Anamoose, NV D.,, March 9.—En­ dorsement of the stand of Sonator Gronna in his Stand and vote against the "armed neutrality bill," is given in a letter signed 'by residents of this village and which lias been forwarded 1o the senator as a hearty approval of his action. "At this time and under the exist­ ing conditions we cannot help but be­ lieve that you and those allied with you have rendered this country a great service, and if not directly, have indirectly kept this country out of war, which is the sincere hope and desire of not only this community !,i. IT |"1 n: :4' Specials! ORANGES 20c, 30c, 35c, 40c Nice large lemons, per doz., 30c Crape fruit 3 for 25c Uananas, per doz 20c Campfiro Marshmaliows, extra large package 2 for 25c Just received another shipment Beats-All pancake flour, per package 10c and this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 9 March 1917

y'A ,v .0 1 iri is I ,jf .i J-. I rl^ 4 \K at fv gt 4 ir&fr* THE TRIBUNE •aUrad at th« Po«tofflc«, Bismarck, N. D„ 8*oon4 Class Hatter. ISSUED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES FATABIJ IN ADVANCE Dally, by mail or carrier, per month Daily, by mail, one year in North Dakota Daily, by mail outside of North Dakota, one year Daily, by mall outside of I .50 4.00 €.00 1.50 North Dakota, three months. Dally, by mall in North Dakota three months 1.25 Weekly, 'by mail, per year 1.50 Where the Daily Tribune can be de­ livered by carrier, no mail subscrip­ tions will be accepted at the $4.00 rate. All mail subscribers will be billed 30 days before date of expiration and if a renewal is not received before the date indicated on the label, their name will be dropped from the list. No special rates or discounts will be allowed anyone and the subscrip­ tion price aB outlined below will pre­ vail Member Audit Bureau of Circulation fTHB STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1171) LOCAL ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 9 March 1917

.i. 11 1 ». .- FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1917. Mr. and Mrs. Madden Entertain at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Curren .Mad­ den were hosts last evening at their home in Second street, at a charm­ ingly appointed dinner party of eight covers. A cluster of red roses was used to center the table and the same color tone featured the other appoint­ ments. The guests included Mrs. Martha B. Aldrich or Brookings, S. D., mother of IMrs. Madden Mr. and iMrs. Sam Clark, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Clinton and E. H. L. Vesperman. SOCIETY Eastern Visitor Here. .Mrs.. D. E. Shipley of Fifth street is entertaining as her guest her moth­ er, M'rs. W. N. Rader of Akron, Ind. Mrs. Rader arrived Thursday and will moke an extended visit here. Entertains Crochet Club. Mrs. F. A. Lahr was hostess this afternoon at her home in Avenue B, to co-momebrs of the Friday Crochet club. Fancy work was the diversion. The club is composed of 12 of the young society matrons of the city. Food Sale.* Members of the Fourth division of the L...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 9 March 1917

I .•* II k£%- Cfftftn 4 H- I L«- 3vUUr REPORTER I SAY_WRITERS Pete Herman Is 21 Years Old and Has Been Fighting in Ring Six Years HAS TOWERED OVER ALL OTHERS OF HIS CLASS Pete Began Life in America as a Bootblack—Is Native of Sun­ ny Italy By H. C. HAMILTON. (United Press Correspondent) Now York, .March 9.— Peter Gulatto, otherwise known as Pete Her num. the new bantamweight champion, is off to a running si art in the defense of his acquired title, lie is one of the boya to whom the newspaper writers point with pride as a youth who isn't assum­ ing, wants to light, and is othenviso an ideal chap. Whether he'll be able to live a life of fame without getting the swelled head and a consequent reputation for using dollars as a bed is something! to be developed in the spring of old man Time. Right now he has it. It is to be hoped he sticks by it. Began Life as Bootblack. Pete began this life as a bootblack. Being a native of Italy, he has noth­ ing on several thousand of his coun­ trymen...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 9 March 1917

4 0 I I FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1017. CLASSIFIED AD CHARGE 1 1-2 cent per word first insertion. (Minimum charge, 25c.) 1 cent per word each succeeding in­ sertion. By the month (flat rate), $1 per line. Ads" accepted before .11 o'clock are classified. Ads accepted between 11 and a o'clock will appear under a "Too late to classify"- heading. Ads accepted after 2 o'clock will not appear until the next day's issue. AH classified advertisements CASH IN ADVANCE. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Young man of good habits and appearance as stockkeeper and salesman in clothing and shoe store. Box 606. Bismarck, D. 3-8-4t WANTED—MessengerN. ifooy. Western Union. 3-5-Gt WANTED—Boy who desires to learn trade. Apply lioskins Greenhous­ es mornings. 2-26?2t WAN TED—Solicitor for newspaper work. Give full details of your ex­ perience. References required. H, Tribune. 1-9-tf WANTED—iMan who has had experi ence dealing with the public, to manage the commercial business of local company. Must have some knowledge of ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 9 March 1917

VV-, *. nv life's3"'" »tV*' '-a II?? Kjf fg fit & sv 'f «iy t»jm in. r,»,fc .i .'B«HI Col. Clarence B. Little of Bismarck has accepted the chairmanship for North Dakota, and he has assured the general committee that North Dakota, as always, may be relied upon to do Jier generous share for the .Niobe of the nations. Particularly Interested. The Rocky Mountain club is parti­ cularly interested in the relief of the most innocent and most helpless vic­ tims of the great European struggle, —the little children of Belgium, moth­ erless, driven from their homes, at*J'-*v tng, shelterless and naked, these piti­ ful little ones have been made the special charge of this organization so typical of the great west, its big men, and its large generosity. The club will transmit contribu­ tions from North Dakota through the state chairman direct to the Belgium P.elief commission, one of the most ef­ ficient associations which an urgent, world-wide need ever has called to­ gether, and every penn...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 10 March 1917

J* The Weither COLD WAVE TH1STT-SEVENTH YEAR, MO.<p></p>NATION Advocates of Actual Prohibition "Slipped One Over" During Last kours of Session BOOZE FOR REGISTERED PHARMACISTS' USE ONLY Druggists May Import for Lawful Uses but Must Make Strict Affidavit on Receipt Governor Frazier today signed North Dakota's first bone-dry law. No smile goes with that statement, nor is it necessary to qualify or mod­ ify the term "bone dry" as in Senator Heckle's senate bill 8F. During the closing hours of the Fifteenth legislative assembly a great victory was one for actual prohibi­ tion in .North Dakota. Just liow it came about even the journal of the 59th day does not very clearly show, hut House Bill 39^ amended in the senate, was re-amended when it came back to the house, and the senate, without giving the matter a great deal of thought, apparently, concurred. The result, it was found when House Bill 39 was engrossed, is an act which is so actually and completely bone dry that even ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 10 March 1917

®'. I!-" *$5'. I & &•* ft* Albert Boiven Addressed Non­ partisan Gathering at La Moure This Afternoon (Special to The Tribune) LaMoure, N. D., Mari-h 10—Albert Rowen, chief clerk of the house ami one of (he pioneer organizers of the league, was the principal speaker here this afternoon at the big mass meet­ ing of Nonpartisans held in the Stod­ dard opera house. .Mr. Howen is a son of A. IS. Bowen of this city, once candidate for governor on the Social­ ist ticket. He has been actively iden­ tified with socialistic reforms for the last ten years. Monday Bowen will speak at herlin Tuesday at Edgeley: Wednesday at Nortonville and also at Jnd. Addresses will be confined to recent legislation at Bismarck. RYOER TO HAVE BALL CLUB Twenty Dyed-in-Wool Fans Got To­ gether and Organized—Couch Is Manager. (Special to The Tribune) Ryder, N. I).. March in- Twenty dyed-in-the-wool baseball fans riiet at A. Mcli. Beede, for many years a mis the office of B. A. Dickinson this •week and dec...

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