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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 13 March 1917

•i. tdmdatuubch 13, mr *3 CLASSIFIED AD CHARGE 1 1-2 cent per word first insertion. (•Minimum charge, 25c.) 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 1L and 2 o'clock will appear under a "Too late to classify" beading. Ads accepted after 2 o'clock will not appear until the next day's issue. All classified advertisements CASH IN ADVANCE. HELP WANTED MALE ^Sn.TIiD—Solicitor for newspaper work. Give full details of your ex­ perience. References required. II, Tribune. i-9-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—'Woman to cook in small town hotoi. Also, dining room girl everything new. Address 95, care of Tribune. 3-7-Gt WANTED—Woman cook for short-or­ der lunch room. Mrs. A. S. Kels ven, Benedict, N. D. 3-10-6t WANTED—A girl for general house­ work. Good wages. Phone 243ft. Call 423 Third. 3-10-12t WANTED—Woman solicitor for news paper canvassing. H, Tribune. 1-9-tf WANTED—Girl for housewor...

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. — 13 March 1917

SIGHT 1 .?• Tv I 1 I t'. THREAT TO SUE CITY MADE er lyiLLETT Declares Commission Has Ob­ structed Natural Drainage on Eighth Street TEN DAYS* TIME IS GIVEN IN WHICH TO ACT A threat to suo the city for heavy damages unless the culvert crossing at lEighth street is removed was made by John \V. Millett, 321 Tenth street south, in a communication addressed to the city commission and read the meeting held last night. Millett relates that the city has. by grading Eighth street, erected a dam on the west side of his orchard, which obstructs the natural drainage also, that the city by filling in the dum grounds has erected another dam on the south side of his orchard. He avers that the first dam is several feet in height and the second about six feet. iHe gives the city 10 days' time in which to act. Refuse to Take Action. Upon the recommendation of Com­ missioner Kirk of the polite depart­ ment, the commission refused to take action in the matter of the complaint made by William Dohn, Bism...

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. — 14 March 1917

-V The Weather CLOUI^fi THIRTY-SEVENTH TEAR, NO.<p></p>AMERICAN BACK ALOKG IE FRONT General Von Hindenberg May Be Preparing for Open Decisive Battle STRATEGIC MOVE SEEN BY MILITARY CRITICS General Haig's Troops Now Hold Important Position Overlook­ ing Teuton Strongholds (Associated Press.) Another grent retreat by the Ger­ mans in tin1 .Somuie front, is in prog­ ress. The consequent British advance has Wrought General Haig's forces al­ most to the outskirts of Bapaume. the speedy fall of which is now counted among the probabilities. I .Various reasons for the movement are advanced. The theory that Field I Marshal von Hindenberg's intention I was to carry out a stragetic retreat, with expectations of drawing tin British into the open is held out by one of the principal Gorman military writers, quoted in a Berlin newspaper. This critis calls attention to the field marshal's tactics at Tannenberg early in the war, when his army retired he fore the Russians in order that ro...

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. — 14 March 1917

& a' US ii 'r 4 $ ife .jb# NT /. 4, fe "'I •v. Joseph Horn Cloud Tracked From Standing" Rock to Fort Totten SERVED FIVE YEARS IN FEDERAL PENITENTIARY (Special to The Tribune*i New ftockford, X. D.. March 14 Tracked by officers from the Standing Rock Indian reservation in Sioux county to ihe Kort Totten Indian, res­ ervation. near Devils Lake. Joseph lorn Cloud, last, of a famous band of horse thieves which has been wip­ ed out by the government, was brought here ihis week to answer to the charge of stealing horses. Horn Cloud has been an outlaw for many inoons. Me has already served live years in the federal prison at Leaven­ worth for horse stealing. IHE SUPPLY OF Two Carloads of Flour Received at Fort Yates and Was Dis­ tributed This Week (Special to The Tribune) Fort Yates, X. I)., .March 14—Two carloads of flour for issue to the In­ dians of the Agency district arrived yesterday at Cannonball and were hauled to this city. The flour will be distributed in loo pound lots. The ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 14 March 1917

11 «. *S W WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14,1917, North Dakota Motor Company Sells Out to Farmers' Purch­ ase & Sales Co. The Farrows Purchase and Sales company is the name of the new com­ pany, which has taken over the inter­ ests of the North Dakota Motor com­ pany, automobile and implement deal ors. The new company is composed of a number of well known Barnes county farmers and residents, and it will fie managed by George Reidman, the for­ mer manager for the North Dakota Motor company. The Farmers' Purchase and Sales company will remain for the present time at the same quarters on Front street. The officers and directors chosen for the new company are as follows: President, John Mclntyre, and sec rctary-treasurer, Carl Pfaff. The directory are: C^ias. Rasmus son, Mort Mortenson, Henry King, George Reidman, John M'clntyre, Ilenry Brunz and O. B. Skonnard. The new firm took possession Tues day morning. Instructor in Piano at Valley City Submitted Composition En­ titled "Dreaming" Miss Jose...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 14 March 1917

'.•4 I* I 1 WW rfe, Jfa' tr r,- V: I 1f il tl w- It. 1 *£h ^•^•wapgyiitjM.' THE TRIBUNE Hma •t tbe PMtofflwb Bismarck^ N. Matter. I88UED "EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY •UB8CBBTI0N RATES PATABLB IN ADVANCE Dally, by mail or carrier, per month North Dakota, one year €.00 Daily, by mail outside of North Dakota, three months. 1.50 Daily, by mail in North Dakota three months 1.25 Weekly, by mall, per year 1.50 mere 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 years ago we would now have a mil if a renewal is not received before jjon trained soldiers and the fact the date indicated on the label, their name will be dropped from the list. No special rateTor discounts will!hav* LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours en^jig at noon, (March 14, 1917: Temperature at 7:00 a. m. 21 Temperature at noon 26 (Highest yesterday 28 Lowest last night Precipitation Highes...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 14 March 1917

,» ..• A t* 4 (V I a WEDNESDAY, MARCH ti 1917. To Reside at Northwest. State Superintendent of Public in­ struction and iMrs. N. C. M'acdcnald have taken the Patterson suite of rooms in the'Northwest hotel and will shortly take up their residence there. Superintendent and Mrs. iMacdonald have been guests at the Grand Pacific hotel since coming to the city the first of the year. Annual Seng Festival. The annual song festival of Con­ cordia school of music, Fai*go, will be given Sunday, March 25. The ora­ torio Isaiah will be given/by a chorus of 200 voices under the1' direction of Miss Mildred Romsdale, teacher of music at Concordia. The following well known artists will be soloists: Miss Romsdale, soprano Miss Jennie Cham pine, Fargo, contralto James Haupt, St. Paul, tenor Frank V. Steele, now of Minneapolis, basso. The Fargo symphony orchestra will play the orchestral parts. Hopes Women Will Adopt This Habit As Well As Men 8I«m of het water each morn­ ing helps us look and feel ele...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 14 March 1917

WK% 5 il I Srf m,• fc.V rJSSi s- siy»,u wm'v crnnD TME CUB SvUUr REPORTER HEX£U^5- coMEGer 1HE5.E 5W0E* AN' 5HtNE'EM UP-AN drEXfAVBATH READVj TO APPEAR Indications Bright at Jamestown College for Strong Team for the Sei&n -t- I vs. DOU.a«t!»TV a* ANNOUNCBSSCHEDULE Collegians to Open May 8 With Ellendale Normal—Closing Game at Valley City (Special to the Tribune.) Jamestown, N*. I).. .March 14.—With the waning of the basketball season, baseball activity is already being ex­ hibited at Jamestown college. The college ball tosscrs are already dig­ ging out their last season's togs and preparing to start practice in earnest in about three weeks. Nine Veterans Back. Coach "L'ud" Dougherty of the col­ lege has been lining things up pre­ paratory to I he opening of the sea­ son and announces that indications aro he will have a strong nine this summer. Nine veterans will be back in the game—Krickson. .Miller Wright, Landiss Crawford, McLeod, Currie, Williams and Christ. New candidates wh...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 14 March 1917

m*. ,s. HELP WANTED FEMALE in*, WANTED—Three girls WANTED—To buy modern house of five or six rooms with good base­ ment. Address John Brodrick, Goodrich, N. D. 3-12-6t WANTED—To rent or buy small house modern suitable for two close in. P. O. Lock Box 148. 3-12-3t POSITION WANTED WANTED—Position by man and wife on farm or ranch reliable and com­ petent to take full charge bache­ lor or widower preferred reference. Write 104 care Tribune. 3-10-4t WANTED—A positidft tra& foreman can handle grain or stocjt have had years of experience.'^ Tribune. 3-8-lmo BOOMS FOE BENT FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room in modern house. 417 1st St. 3-14-6t FOR" RENT—Large modern room nicely furnished with or without •board for lady in private family. No. 105 care Tribune. 3-14-3t room 621 Sixth St. 3-12-12t FOR REM"—Furnished «room, suit­ able tor two 514 Fifth St. 3-13-3t FOR RENT—'Furnished room220 Fourth St,. Phone 223X. 3-12-tt FOR RENT—Strictly modern furnish­ ed room with large roomy closet! 516 7...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 14 March 1917

I! It I Ij fc ik J"*. SIGHT 1-*. 'A '.'Vs & w*. MS 1 cup tugir cup water HERE TO SAVE M. L. Ayfes, former Dickinson news­ paper man. is in the party. Others are: W. L. Richards, president of the Merchants' National bank J. W. Reed, senior member of the firm of eed (Brothers' general store Fred mmmhhmmimA f? r* Royal Baking Powder makes it possible to pro­ duce appetizing and wholesome cakes, muffins, cornbread, etc., with fewer eggs than are usually required. In many recipes the number of eggs may be re­ duced and excellent results obtained by adding an additional quantity of Royal Baking Powder, about a teaspoon, for each egg omitted. The following tested recipe is a practical illustration: 3*C(« it t«»»pooni Royal Baking Pewdar 1 cup flour 1 teaspoon «alt cup colli water teaspoon flavoring The old method called for 6 eggs and no baking powder ROYAL BAKING POWDER Made from Cream of Tartar, derived from grapes, adds none but healthful qualities to the food. No Alum No Phosphate ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 March 1917

-Hi 1 Governor Frazier Intimates Ap­ propriation for New Normal Will Have No Chance BOARD OF EQUALIZATION AGAINST BIO INCREASE Rules State Must Trim Expendi­ tures to Meet Present Rev­ enues—Many to Suffer There is little probability that the appropriations for the Dickinson nor­ mal or for any other new buildings iwill stand in the general appropria­ tion ibill, Governor Frazier stated late this afternoon. T.he state board of equalization met informally today and went on record unanimously against any increase in the assessed valua­ tion. This means the appropriations must foe slashed $500,QOO, and as a result, the governor announced, there probably will be no new (buildings for state institutions, and almost certain ly no Dickinson normal appropria­ tion. The governor was not' prepared to state definitely this afternoon wheth­ er any new buildings would be saved. The appropriations, he stated, must be cut dtwn to slightly more than $4,000,000, while the total now is $ 4,650,000. T...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 March 1917

W- rwo gw s:v tr^ tV, EwS OF Trains on Branch Snowbound So He Set Out Afoot Thru Deep Snows for Dickinson JOSEF ANDERSON MADE TRIP IN THREE DAYS Stark County District Court Is On —Expect Decision in Hetting­ er Case This Week (Special to The Tribune) Dickinson. X. D.. March 1"—When the present term of the district court now in session convened, the court made eight new citizens of the I nited States. Among them was Josef Teodor An­ derson, who walked a distance of 6u miles in order to become a citizen. Mr. Anderson filed his petition for final citizenship paper about two years ago when he was a resident of Stark county. Later he filed on a homestead in McKenzie county near Watford City, where he is now resid­ ing. Trains Snowbound When notified that his application would be up for hearing at the pres­ ent term, the trains on the branch railroad to Watford city were snow hound, and as Mr. Anderson had 110 team of his own and could not get. any from his neighbors to take him the long ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 March 1917

1 I ff' Vl#i ^AUtHMUliT A' is ". ...... ., i..'?.•• v1 ,,'v "\,*V nU 71 "Community Singing" Mrs. W. I. Creswell will go to Eck­ elson Friday evening, March 24, where she will conduct community singflig. This "community singing" is held under the auspices of the Par­ ent-Teachers league of the Eckelson school. Mrs. Creswell is co-operating with' County Superintendent Mrs. Nielson in conducting community singing in a great many of the consol­ idated and town schools of the coun* ty. The Eckelson orchestra will as­ sist with the meeting on Friday eve- don't Wear A Truss! After Thirty Years' Experience I Have Produced An Appliance for Men, Women or Children That Cures Rupture. I Send IT On Trial. If you have tried most everything else, come to me. Where others fail is where I hay# ray greatest success. Send attached coupon today and I will The above is C. E. Broofcs, inventor of the Appliance, who cured himself and .who is now giving others the benefit of his exper­ ience. If rupture*^ ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 March 1917

is ,r. '. TOUX i- fir0„ i* fe $ftj vr VN i'J' ivfe i'H iifs. r- ,1'winwfn 'iwn THE TRIBUNE •stand at Um Poatofflc*, Bismarck. N. D., Seooni GUM Matter. ISSUED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLBIN ADVANCE Dally, by mail or carrier, per month .60 Daily, by mail, one year in North Dakota 4.00 Dally, by mail outside of North Dakota, one year 1.00 Dally, by mail outside of North Dakota, three months. 1.E0 Daily, by mail in North Dakota three months 1-25 Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 WhenTthe 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 as outlined below will pre vail. Member Audit Bureau of ClrculaUoa THH BTATE'8 OLDEST NEWSPAPER (EsUkUahed 1171) LOC...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 March 1917

K. 1 I I I «. I .« .. THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1917. Currents Events Club To Celebrate Anniversary At a meeting of the Current Events club Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. F. E. Packard at her home in Seventh street, arrangements were made to celebrate the fourteenth anniversary of the club, which falls on Wednes­ day, March i38, with a dinner the eve­ ning before in the home of Mrs. Geo. E. Wallace in Avenue B, and with hua Ibands of members as guests. This annifil affair is the largest social ©vent of the club's year and ela'Jorate plans will be made by the entertain­ ment cbmmittee for its success. The program committee for the year was also appointed. Mrs. G. R. Squire was named chairman and the other members are Mir,. Packard and Mrs. P. J. Marcellus. "United States Pos­ sessions" was the subject chosen for the next year's study and the mattei of arranging for "A SHINE IN EVERY DROP" Black Silk Stove Polish Is different. It docs not I dry out can be used to the I Inst drop liquid nml 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. — 15 March 1917

V» %8m -Jf* W uz ft•, a( f''' AH tr:\ £.V£ [J'' fp iff" J"^ 2 XT rM Many Grubbers Fast Choking Wind Out of Goose Thai Lays Golden & LES DARCY FAILED TO WATCH HIS STEP Governor Whitman Highly Com mended in Many Sections for His Action (United Press.) •Now York, March l-~.—Any one might have had that, boxing was not on its last logs aiui tottering un­ steadily to its corner for the fina round should be thoroughly dissipat­ ed by Governor Whitman's action in !New York when he refused to permit Los Darcy to appear in public bouts. Whether it will seep into other states and knock the game clear out ol" the ring is something else and re­ mains for time to tell. Whitman was severely criticized in many quarters when he took his stand against Darcy, while in other spots he was highly commended. Critics declared he sliould not have shown discrimination against Darcy, pointing out that Freddie Welsh, Torn Cowler, Ted Lewis and others are al­ lowed to box without interference. They are ujst...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 March 1917

fy* WW 'fi ir If 7 ft il i? THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1917. SHMX* cash and monthly payment* on balance. Improved farm for rent elide in 240 acres under cultivation. D. T. OWENS & CO. Bismarck, N. Dak. LOST AND FOUND LOST—A crank off an Oldsmobile. Phone 105 reward offered. 3-14-3t LOST -Small silver watch, movement. Phone 275X. F.E.Young RmI Estate Company HELP WANTEDJIALE__ BOY WANTED—bright, intelligent hoy to learn printer's trade. Apply foreman's desk, Tribune office, downstairs, between S:00 a. m. and 5:00 p. m. 3-14-6t WANTED—Man and wife over 25 years old to truck farm on shares. Phone 593X. 3-14-6t WANTED—Solicitor for newspaper work. Give full details of your ex­ perience. References required. H, Tribune. 1-9-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Girl l'or general house­ work. Apply Mrs. F. II. Geier mann, 213 Second_St. 3-15-6t WANTED—Dining room girl. 215 5th St. Mandarin Cafe. 3-15-6t WANTED—'ThreeTgirls in kitchen. Homan^ Cafe. 3-14-0t WANTED—Two"waitresses at- Ho man's cafe. 3-14...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 March 1917

ft lit c." I $• & I & .1 I: jt 1 ii $• TWO r^"au— wp SIGHT m, TO LET CONTRACT Many Improvements to Be Made at Industrial School During Summer INDIAN BILL SIGNED Provides $15,000 for Dining Hall and $10,000 for Employes' Building The Indian school is looking up over the outlook. The contract for the building this summer of a new J30,0(M hall for the iboys is to be let soon. Surveyors •have located the corners of the new building already. This will permit toe use of the entire old dormitory for girls. $25,000 in Appropriation. The new Indian bill just signed by Che president contains the following appropriations for new buildings: $15,000 for dining hall and girls in­ dustrial building: $10,000 for em­ ployes buildings. This will give new buildings for married employes and the superin­ tendent. New Laundry Building. Plans are underway for the erec­ tion of a new laundry building.. In this case the present laundry will be used as an office building. It is also planned to erect ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 16 March 1917

lk Mr**". The Weather 8now. Michael Named to Succeed Emp peror Until Heir to Throne Reaches Majority DUMA TAKES LEAD IN POLITICAL UPHEAVAL Civil Forces Co-Operating in Movement and Armies on Front Are Jubilant (Associated Press) Grand Duke Nicholas, idol of the Russian army, and ranked as Russia's master stragetist, looms up as the big military figure of the hour in the empire, which has just witnessed a successful and almost bloodless revo lution and the a'bdication of its em­ peror. The relinquishment of the throne by Nicholas II automatically deprives him of his rank as comma-nder-in' chief of the Russian armies. The heir to the throne is an infant and Grand Duke Michael, named as regent, while a soldier of repute, is.,not of com­ manding military experience. Returns to Capital. Thus the nation, the Petrograd dis­ patches' indicate, is turning to its most tried and trusted military lead­ er. Grand Duke Nicholas is reported to have arrived at the capital and the probability is poi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 16 March 1917

Ik 1 •f 5 fife I r-: OF NEWS Every time mother £ets out Calu­ met I mm Association to Build Highway From Devils Lake, N. D. to Black Hills KENISTON ELECTED TO OFFICE VICE PRESIDENT Road Will Be Marked As Soon as Weather Conditions Will Permit (Special to The Tribune) Leiunion, S. 0., March Ui Dele­ gates from the towns between Dead wood, S. 1).. and Bismarck. X. I)., met here last night and organized (he Devils Lake-Black Hills Trail Asso­ ciation. The association will build a highway between Devils Lake, N. D., and the Black Hills. The officers elected are as follows: H. S. Viiu-gn^of Deadwood. president '(x. X. Keniston of Bismarck, vice president F. A. Finch of Leinmon. secretary, and 0. S. Quammen of Lemmon, treasurer. The executive committee of two members from each state will be ap­ pointed later. The trail will lie marked when weather condition permit. The annual meeting will be held the first Tuesday in August of each year. & know there's going to be good tlffngs to eat ...

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