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

1 .1 ':-.'/&y.V.' 1 .4- :^v .•'•• FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1917. In honor of Miss Georgia Carpen­ ter, whosb engagement to Charles H. Hageman of this place was announced at a St. Patrick tea given by Mrs. Marshall H. Jewell, the Misses {Cath­ erine Dciisford and Mary Hinckley entertained last evening in the home of Mrs. M. P. Slattery in Second street, at a linen shower. The guests included 14 of Miss Carpenter's inti­ mate friends. A color scheme of pink and white was effectively used in the SOCIETY Bride-Elect of Early Spring Tendered Shower Saturday Specials! SPEAR & Cranberries, 2 qts. for 2ftc Bananas, per doz... 25c and 30c Sunset sliced peaches 2»"»c Three pounds rice for 2!»c S A A appointments and a progressive heart game formed the amusements. The honor guest was showered with a handsome luncheon set, other miscel­ laneous pieces of linen and kitchen utensils, the latter creating consider­ able humor. A two-course luncheon was served. The first course was served in pink a...

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 March 1917

fr ft |i) if. r.j 1 mi I is i:i |:I I «. i' m- 15 j, 'fof.i''" ^rT*^n^"V'?^**' L'-fe v.. M»1. »«gr*Alp-«1 six SCOOP RTENPEORCTEBR \F HAD9EEM BORN PtCH~XD BE A (Second Part,) Fargo, N. I)., March 2:5.—The North Dakota farmers seized the state gov­ ernment by means of the year old Nonpartisan League," and this sug­ gests the more or less familiar query of the vaudeville stage: "Now you got it, watclia gonna do with it?" The fight for a state owned termi­ nal elevator was the backbone of the whole farmers' movement. Around it centered the whole Equity Society and Nonpartisan League program. There­ fore it might be mildly interesting to know that a few days ago—March 6, 1917— Lynn J. Frazier, newly elected farmer-governor, hurled into office by a farmers' political explosion, vetoed a bill which provided for a state ter­ minal elevator, which bill wholly com­ plied with the demands of the people as expressed in their votes of 1910 and 1914.1 The Turn to .Socialism. What is the reason fo...

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 March 1917

•'•/M FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1917. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Competent tractor engi neer far plowing and breaking. Stato experience and wages wanted in first letter. O B. Wing, Wilton, X. D. I 3-23-6t WANTED—Diswasher Hotel Garrison, Garrison, N. D. 3-22-6t WANTED"—A St. Mandarin Cafe. 3-15*6t WANTED—A girl for general house­ work. Good wage9. Phone 24231. Call 423_Third. 3-10-12t WANTED—Girl for housework small family. Permanent position $25 to start. Must be reliable and compe­ tent. Address P. O. Box 568, Bis­ marck, N. D. 2-24-12t ROOMS FOB RENT FOR RENT—Furnished Six-room house with toilet, water and sewer 75 foot front in best part of town a bargain for $2200.00. Terms $600.00 cash, bal­ ance on monthly payments. Seven-room modern house in good residence sectton four blocks from postofflce. Price $3500.00 terms, $1200.00 cash, balance three years at 8 per cent. Small five-room cottage. wUh water, sewer, full basement on cor­ ner lot in east part of town, for $1350.00. Terms, one-thir...

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 March 1917

nr'] if 7 I 2-Reel Keystone Comedy Tonight & Tomorrow Only CHARLES RAY •atinee Daily 3:30. All Seats 15c. Double Show. Almost Cinema With a of Superb Charles Ray, Star in "The Coward," "Honor Thy Name," "Home." Special Notice: No children ^r'Sr^f5• Jy^ stt •'", vVi- BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE Producer of "CIVIUZATION"and Many Other Big Productions Presents The Big TRIANGLE Special Feature Photoplay, First Time Shown in Bismarck THE ALL-STAR CAST INCLUDES Ambrose's Rapid Rise" A MACK SENNETT PRODUCTION—YOU KNOW THE REST. "TRY TO GET IN" ul«" *. v' i-'A admitted unless accompanied byparfcnts. :J&%% 4 1 1 \\, Howard Hickman, Star in "Civilization. 1 5 ACTS :i: HOWARD HICKMAN Conceded by Critics to Be the Best Player of Vampire Roles In the Country, Theda Bara Includ­ ed. All Gowns Worn by Miss Glaum In This Play Have Been Designed by Herself. EVENING 7:15 AND 9:00. ALL SEATS A'i,: -., .' FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1917. Fri., Mar. 23 Sat., Mar. 24 You Will IT'S ONE BIG LAUGH 25c

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 March 1917

'®S- l'*_ (t* The Weather CLOUDY THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, NO. TEUTONS OFFER STIFF RESISTANCE IN RETREAT Withdrawal Part of Scheme to Increase Defense Against Slavs on East Front MAY Ol'OTflFw ASK. (United Press) Cpciihagcii, March 25] via Lon­ don, March 24.7~The return of the (tcrnian railder jlloewe to a Mer­ man port, hnrliifr on hoard about WHI sailors, the erews of mer­ chantmen cnptiircd during the last part of the cruise, may rise to a new Varrowdale ease, as it is probable a number of Americans who were serving on armed iner chantnien were captured by the raider. According to tlie rule, each man would lie treated as a prisoner of war. RUSSIANS TAKE KKHIM). (United Press) Petrograd, via London, \Jnrcli 2i.—The capture by Russian troops of the Persian town of Kerind, In the sector west of Ker maiishah, about 10 miles front the .Mesopotamia*! border, is ail nonnced by the war office. Pur­ suit, of the Turks toward the Mes opotaniian border continues. SEES INTEKS AL DANKER. (United ...

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 March 1917

wMMsa p- 'N, «v- TWO Ji h" I TWO lilOH By It TM Chronicle and Echo to Be Con­ solidated With H. R. S. Diesem in Charge (Spcclul to The Tribune) Lamoure, N. IX, March 24.—The La Moure Chronicle and the LaMoure Echo, two of the leading newspapers in the state, have consolidated. By Virtue of the compact, Hon. W. C. Taylor, former publisher of the La Moure County Chronicle, but for the la§t six years a resident of this city, purchased the entire plants, subscrip­ tion lists and "good will" of both the papors from C. C. Lowe and II. R. S. Diesem. The deal represents an in­ vestment of almost $14,000. According to announcement made by Mr. Taylor, former insurance com- QORQ »5*i Every Niqhf For' Constipation Headache,Indigestion,etc. SpSafeiand iRANORETH I PILU Sure ,39ofi $ LyRICS 5/ HENRY 3LQ550M 3TA0t0 5/ iNbtar TVS) LATHAM Qcmplete Ntw ST This yom QORT THEA^/tE PRODUCTION guarantied all the SPECIAL AUGMENTED HERBERT ORCHESTRA THE CAST INCLUDES: Blanche Duffield Oscar Fignian Ben Hendr...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 24 March 1917

Wjtf'SV &*.***+ '*4& 1 11 MEET AT (MOT Two Enthusiastic Sessions Held —P. B. Feetham of Grand Forks Elected President (Special to Tk« Tribune) Minot, N. D., March 24.—Fifty boost­ ers of the Wonderland trail from Grand Forks to Williston met in two enthusiastic sessions in the Minot Association of Commerce building yesterday and perfected plans for making this section of the trail the most popular of the entire route. Sev­ eral important "good roads'* men of the state were in attendance, among them being State Engineer J. W. Bliss of Bismarck. A. A. Robinson, presi­ dent of the Dakota division of the trail association, presided over the meet­ ings. Late in the afternoon officers were elected, who are as follows: Presi­ dent, F. B. Feetham, of Grand Forks vice president, Fred P. Mann, of Dev-r ils Lake J. W. Jackson, of Williston A. J. Ross, of Stanley Clint Dier dorff, of Minot C. A. StubbiQS.. of Graville L. H. Bratton, of Rugby A. flughart, of Leeds James Gronna, of Lakota...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 24 March 1917

ttrj Ij •r) WW f- ./ "!v S$ 4 2C Vl» 1 im ll !THETRIBUNE «t UM Poatofflcs, namarek* N. D., goooi Qui Ibttir. (08UBD EVHRT DAT XOCCBPT SUNDAY •DB8CBIFTION RATBS FATABLI IN AJDVANCB Daily, by mall or carrier, per month $ -60 Daily, by mail, one year in North Dakota 4.00 Daily, by mall outside of North Dakota, one year 1.00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, three months. 1.60 Dally, by mall in North Dakota three months 1-26 Weekly, by mail, per Today, no serious-minded man will question the fact that the social prob­ lem is the most important that con­ fronts us, And this awakening has come none too soon, for already the horizon is dark with clouds of social unrest, which may either distil into blessed showers or break upon us in a storm of fury. For long years the people fought for religious democracy—and they won. Then for 400 years they shed their blood upon many a battlefield as they struggled for political democracy— and they conquered. Today they are fighting the battle for...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 24 March 1917

I 1 I 1 •?. a. •L ti&WW 1917. The club has two recitals scheduled for next week. One, Monday evening in the dining room of the Grand Pa­ cific hotel, when Miss Tatley's public school pupils will be the entertainers, and one, Thursday evening, given un der the direction of Mrs. Larson, Mrs. E. D. Rose and Mrs. Luehe. ^supply all the nutriment needed for a half day's work at a cost of only four or five cents. Cut out meat and tiggs, eat Shredded Wheat JBiscuit with green vege­ tables and fruits, and see Ijhow much better yott-feel, per breakfast with hot milk tor cream. Made at Niagara 'Falls, N. Y. iSU, 'v Jr-,\ SOCIETY Musical Club Guest Day Interesting Event "CJuest Day" observed by the Thurs­ day Musical club, Friday evening, in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Victor J. La'Rose in Sixth street, was one of the most interesting social events of the club year. A miscellaneous pro­ gram of voice and piano numbers was very much enjoyed by the guests of the club. Mrs. H. H. Steele, so­ pra...

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 March 1917

hscoop Ste'.' PC P, W'1'" I jr. sm YASS^-heeyah MMH HEE iTis ME-EUAS COME TO SEE CMP'N-eF ^6HT)0K (IMPROVE OB MAH ASKtN' AH F/WAH- inn.- vw ttdlT. FARMER TELLS OF "Just recently I experimented on seed wheat and used the Bismarck Tribune seed tester," writes Julius Meyer of Baldwin, X. I)., to The Tri­ bune, "I believe the experiment is well worth telling my fellow farmers. "I took SO kernels"of the very best looking seed from my l!15 crop which 1 sowed last spring. Tlien I took (iO kernels of my wheat which I raised last year. I took the latter kernels just as they came from the bin. Hol.ii were tested at the same time under the directions supplied. "From the HO kernels only -10 grew, ten not even sprouting. From the t!0 kernels of the li)lfi crop. .V.) ker nels grew. The lftlft wheat, had aj J» 'J DRINK HOT TEA .» FOR A BA& COLD 9 call it, "Hamburg Hrust Thee," at any' Try it the iiext time you suffer from a cold or Uie grip. It is inexpensive and entirely vegetable, therefore ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 24 March 1917

:f SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1017. f. IE. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Competent tractor engi noer for plowing and breaking. Stato experience and wages wanted in first letter. O. B. Wling, Wilton, N. D. 3-23-€t FIREMEN, BRAKEMEN—Beginners. -(125 monthly positions guaranteed. Railway, care Tribune. 3-10-4sts "WASTED—Diswasher good wages. Hotel Garrison, Garrison, N. D. 3-22-Ct WANTED—A first-class all-around -baker and night "Waiter. Runge & Evarts. 3-20-6t REAL ESTATE BARGAINS The owner of the following proper­ ties must sell, them at once and in order to do so has made these ex­ tremely low prices: Six-room house 50-foot corner lot full stone basement lights water sewer nice part of town (2,630 (1^000 cash, balance to suit purchaser. Double House 6 rooms in each part lights water sewer baths bani'.^jCO-foot corner.lot nice part of town *4,200 (1,500 cash, balance to suit purchaser. 8-room. thoroughly modern bouse bath lights heat big trees barn one of the most comfortable homes in the cit...

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 March 1917

$ Height* iv' Sav' 1 BALL FANS TO HAVE 'TEA" iA I:- :.is# 1- |1 ••'••••*. AT GRAND PACIFIC Kirk Sounds Call for First Meet­ ing of Season at Noon on Monday BUSINESS MANAGER WILL BE ELECTED "That a-boy!" •. C. N. Kirk, player manager of the Bismarck baseball team last season, didn't speak theso words this morn­ ing, but ho had them in mind. With league teams of the Kaist going into spring training and baseball "society" filling the columns of the press. Kirk felt the bug sting hini today for the first tinio this, season. Announces Meeting. At a 12 o'clock "tea," to be held in the Grand Pacific hotel Monday, plans for the coming season will be discuss­ ed and prospects will be given a gen­ eral airing on what Kirk sees as the biggest year for baseball in the his­ tory of the city. Every dyed-in-the wool baseball fan is invited to attend the noon luncheon. It is expected that fully 50 or more will get on the side­ lines of the meal. good share of the players who were on the team last y...

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. — 26 March 1917

o, it. :$f 's V:' a.- r§. 'I,-",,, v' .-'jr 5'3 !*'. The Weather Fair and Warmer. DRIVE TO EAST Germany Puts Up Stiff Resistance Against Pounding of Allies Offensive TEUTONS SEE HOPE IN RUSSIAN REVOLT British Continue to Drive Turks in Pursuit Up the Tigris River (Associated Press) Desperate resistance is being made by the Germans to slashing attacks of the French upon the defenses of St. Quentin. Heavy counter attacks were reported, but Paris declares that General Nivelle's troops have held all the ground won. the position captured on Sunday being maintained. Lost Strong Position. Apparently this means that the Ger­ mans lost the strong peak position at Essigny, four and a half miles south of St. Quentin, which is essential to the protection.of St. Quentin on the south. Military critics have pointed to the probability of the German wing in this sector being forced back of the Oise if this position, which the French captured yesterday, was not regained b$ the Germans. Russian Attack...

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. — 26 March 1917

BA Kirh 1 tory wool the fully linos iA I 3L Ik K'\ lb ¥, ik i- Witllv tWo NEWS OF NORTIHI Water Proposition Goes Through Despite Strong Opposition From the "Drys" (Spccliil lo The Tribune) llowimni, X. I)., Alarcli Wi. This sounds I'H though It's a now article from Hom MlnncHiila town, hut ii isn't. In tho Howman city election hold last week the "wotn"' won. 'I'lioy fnvdrod lIn- building oi' a new well »iid tlm building water mains on every street. The "drys" workort to prevent the "water" proposition from currying. CLASS WATER DEATH FOLLOWS Exertion Resulted in Stroke of Apoplexy to William Hess of Glen Ullin Special to The Tribune! 11 leu I' 11 n. I„ March 211. Wil­ liam Ileus. H. nuiunger of the (lien I' 11 in creamery, recovering from a slight illness, reached from his lied at his home in that city yesterday to a Initio for glass) water. The exer­ tion resulted in a stroke »f apoplexy. Me died Histiinlly. A widow and eight children survive. DIES BUS "T 0. Hisni dldn' ing, leagu ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 26 March 1917

V. MONDAY, MARCH 26, 19171 ILITIEATY Reufses to Enter Into Any Agree­ ment With Grmany Under Old Agreements CLAIM TEUTON POSITION IS- NOT TENABLE NOW (Associated Press.) Washington, March 26.—'Germany's clcar. violations of the treaties of 1793 and 1S28, and her "disregard of the canons of international courtesy" were assigned by the United States as reasons lor refusal to reaffirm or ex­ tend these agreements. The note of refusal to Germany transmitted through Dr. Paul Hitter, the Swiss minister, was made public today by the state department and discloses that this country is "seriously consid­ ering," if not, in effect, these treat­ ies are abrogated. The note says: Clear Violations. "In view of the clear violations by the German authorities of the plain terms of the treaties ia question, sol­ emnly concluded in the mutual under­ standing that the obligations therein woulij be faithfully kept iu view Mr thereof the disregard of the canons of international courtesy and the comity o...

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. — 26 March 1917

7 worn A /iwwiiP Jb&W THE TRIBUNE at Um PwtoMoo Blmarckg N. D., SmodI Claw Ibtttr. ISSUED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION KATES PAY ABLEST ADVANCE Daily, by mall or carrier, per month Member Audit Bureau of Clrcul&tloa intra •TATwra OLDEST NEWSPAPER (SfcUhUsbo* 1171) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at noon, March 26, 1917. Temperature at 7 a. f* Temperature at noon 32 Highest yesterday 42 Lowest last night 24 Precipitation Trace Highest wind velocity 26-NW Forecast. For North Dakota: Fair tonight colder east and central portions Tuseday fair and somewhat warmer. Calgary Much teiars are a new stunt in evan­ gelization, and wo rather expect Hob to reap a large harvest of several va­ rieties of grain. Bob could hardly hope to compete with Rev. Billy Sun­ day in yowling and near-cussing, be •i cause he hasn't the lungs of a base ballist and he'd be sure to o'erleap the bounds of Billy's refined blasphe­ my and deliver downright, swearing in moments when carr...

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. — 26 March 1917

1 4* 'fwmswmwm 4- '."Mi MONDAY, MARCH 26,1917. Club Activities As Scheduled For Week The P. E. O. Sisterhood will toe en teretaincd this evening by Mrs. P. J. Meyer at her home in Fourth street. The meeting will toe featured by a book review and a reading of Bur rough's "The Gospel of Nature" by Mrs. C. N. Kirk, a social hour will follow the program. This evening MisB Clara Tatley will present a number of her puibltc school pupils in recital in the dining room of the Grand Pacific hotel as one of the entertainments scheduled by the Thursday Miusical Club. The program will include folk dancing, voice and stringed numbers. The Current Events Club will ob­ serve the fourteenth anniversary of its inception Tuesday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Wal­ lace in Avenue B. The anniversary will be observed by a dinner at which, the husband of the members will 'be guests. The regular meeting of the club will be held with Mrs. Wallace in the afternoon preceding the dinner. Mrs. A....

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. — 26 March 1917

ra^ 8lX \f 1 4*1 1 A* 1 I \h fi if fc A- -•wg CrnAD THE /CMS 3vWr REPORTER Here are the thumb-nail sketches of the leaders of the revolution, as Sack, who knows them all, intimately, gave them to me: SUITINGS AND OVERCOATINGS Human Side ot Russia's New Leaders Painted by Man Who Knows Them Intimate of Men Who Helped Free Muscovite Masses From Yoke of Czar Sketches in Their Personalities for American Readers. By MILTON BRONNER. New York, Murcli 2ii.— I have just, had a comprehensive talk with the most important Russian Journalist in America a9 to the personalities now In control of democratized Russia. He is A. J. Stack, who, singularly enough is American correspondent of tfajB Petrograd newspaper edited by Paul Milyukoff and of the Moscow newspaper edited by Prof. M'anuiloff, both of whom are meinoers of the democracy's first cabinet. Head of Zemstvos. iGeorges E. Lvoff, premier, president of council and minister of interior, is a prince and a great land owner. He was the head of th...

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. — 26 March 1917

MOHfcAY, ttA&CH 26,1017. HELP WANTED wat.K SALESMAN ASIRCOJILECT.OR Hotel Garrison, Garrison, Nr D. 3r22-6t WANTED—A first-class all-around baker and night waiter. Runge St. Evarts. 3-20-6t REAL ESTATE BARGAINS The owner of the following proper­ ties must sell them at once and in order ®to do so has made these ex­ tremely Ww prices: Six-room house 50-foot corner lot full stone basement lights wator sewer nice part of town $2,650 $1,000 cash, balance to'suit purchaser. Double House 6 rooms in each part lights water sewer baths barn 50-foot corner lot nice part of town $4,200 $1,500 cash, balance to suit purchaser. 8-room, thoroughly modern house bath lights heat big trees bam one of the most comfoTtable homes in the city. This property could not be replaced for a cent less than $7, 500 and it would take twenty years to grow the trees $5,250 $2,000 cash, balance to suit purchaser. F. E. YOUNG REAL ESTATE CO. First National Bank Bldg. Phone 78 HELP_WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Girl work. w...

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. — 26 March 1917

•,u' '^/nte |j gLr\ f! A J.?-1 .. -1 -J 4 •j y.'f -1!* y-\ 5 ?v ..i iH. .3 •Prfa-i'' W( K: ..... 'jw iTjfti- '(.-.- vj.-i V'. 'V, .'H'f: HOST! KIBK ELECTED PRESIDEHT OF Wattam Made Chairman of Fin­ ance Committee Which Will Start Subscription Tour FIRST BALL MEETING OF YEAR HELD AT NOON 1917 Organization Must Liquidate Debt of About $600 Outstand­ ing From Last Year BA8EBALL OFFICERS. President—C. N. Kirk. Vice President—Dr. C. E. Staekhouse. Secretary—W. C. Edwards. Treasurer—G. B. Allen. Finance—C. C. Wattam. Fifteen dyed-in-the-wool baseball fans of the city attacked the baseball problem confronting the city for the season and a good meal simultane­ ously at a baseball "seance" held in the dining room of the Grand Pacific hotel at noon today. Officers were elected and C. C. 'Wat­ tam was named as chairman or the finance committee, consisting of five others besides himself to make a per­ sonal canvass of the city in an effort to liquidate a debt of $60n outstand­ ing from last yea...

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