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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 9 April 1917

't 1 N mwmmm :.::'r.::^i .... MONDAY, APRIL 9/1917. TJie Current Events club will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mts. Ail drew Miller «t her home in Thayer street. "Missions in Latin America" will ibe studied and papers will JO read by Mrs. W. J. Hutcheson, Mrs. John A. Larson and M'rs. F. E. Pack­ ard. The Fortnightly club wil meet Wed nesday afternoon with iMrs. J. Maur­ ice. Martin at her home in Fourth street. The program will be present­ ed by Mrs. William Moore, 'Mrs. George Will and Mrs. A. M. Christian son. give a recital Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. J. A. Haney in Av­ enue I'B. This is one of the series of recitals planned for the year, and an interesting program in being arrang­ ed. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Fisher were hosts during the week end at their home in Avenue B, at a prettily ap­ pointed dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Minder of Minneapolis. The table was centered with lilies and tulips in keeping with the Easter season. Covers were laid beside the hosts 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. — 9 April 1917

1%W% SIX •iV.v £?COOP REPORTEF REPORTER W*J ElLIA5-1S\' BOSS V-HS ^iveN ME 1KI5 WAR- ^EFBRTING— A55ldM(MEKT- 4ND YOUR. wm M^W\u»Be-it) HTEEPCujse "to tw* FlGHWr AND )eePME.^ iNFtfRMEChOP VA/HAT^ AOf?/^ aoiMGr .ON' Cost of American Flags Has Al­ most Doubled Since War Has Been Probability BISMARCK TO BLOSSOM IN NATIONAL COLORS Tlio If. C. of I a may now lie inter­ preted to stand for the iii^h cost ol loyalty. An unprecedented demand in every part of the country for American fluffs lias resulted in the price being more than doubled. The state hoard of control and the hoard of regents discovered this fact when they went, into the market for new flags for state institutions this week. The manufacturers have placed a premi­ um on patriotism, and it will cost just twice as much to display the na­ tional colors today as. it. did a few weeks before war became proba'ble. No Great Scarcity. There is no .great scarcity of large flags, for exterior or interior display, in .Uismaj-clfi dealers ...

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. — 9 April 1917

4J h\ 4 jiS- MONDAY, APRIL 9,1917. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—At once. Good all around blacksmith steady job. J. M. Melandcr, Braddock, N. D. 4jM»t WANTED—Young man paiuting de­ partment good chance lor advance­ ment. C. L. Burgess, Missouri Val­ ley iMotor Co 4-G-lt WANTED—Messenger 'boy, at ihe Western Union. Call at office. 3-27-tf WANTED—Good reliable young men can nialcc $15.00 to $25.00 per week spare time handling our Accident and Health Insurance good re­ liable company that has stood the test of time. Call or write General Agents, 204Ms Main St., Apt. E., Bismarck N. D. 4-7-IU WANTED —Young man to work by the month. Frank Jaszkowiak, 431 12th St. 4-7-2t HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Waitress good wages. Hotel Garrison, Garrison, N. D. 4-5-Gt 1IAKVKY IIAIUUS & CO. J. P. Jackson, gr. FOR SALE—Modern 5-room bunga­ low, full basement, 75 foot lot. South front, close in. Price $3650 $1500 cash and terms to suit on bal­ ance. FOR SALE—Small cottage on 12th St". Lot 50 150. Full b'se...

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. — 9 April 1917

7JT'T2*'p •5" S10H1) TICKET Clarence Rusche Wounded When Bandits Attempted to Get House Receipts AUDIENCE IGNORANT OF REAL "THRILLER' Victim Will Recover—Police Mak­ ing Search to Run Down Desperadoes (Tribune Special Service) Grand Forks, N. D., April 9.—Clar ence Rusche, ticket taker and janitor at the Metropolitan opora house, was shot through the right shoulder when two masked bandits attempted to rob the box office at the Metropolitan at 9:46 o'clock Friday night, while the second performance at the theater was in progress, and a large audience separated from the scene of the shooting only by a single door, re­ mained ignorant of the real life "thriller" outside. The bandits escaped. Rusche was taken to a hospital and is expected to recover, it was stated this morning. When the police arrived on the scene, the two bandits had disappear ed in the direction of the Great North­ ern railway bridge. A search of the East Side failed to reveal any sign of them. Audience Unconscious. T...

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. — 10 April 1917

'W .v 1 s, •V 1 I 1^: The Weather *V —J Bodies Will Lie in State at Mun­ icipal Building Between Hours of 12 and 2 o'Clock BUSINESS HOUSES OF BISMARCK WILL CLOSE Elks' Band to Precede Funeral Cortege From Undertaking Parlors PROCLAMATION. Funeral servies in memory of H. A. Barwind, A. A. Von Hag en, N. F. Prentice and J. A. Vale, our esteemed brother cit­ izens who lost their lives in Sunday's flood, will be held at the Municipal Auditorium at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, April 11. As a mark of respect to the deceased and to express our sympathy for the living, it is desired and requested that all nusiness of every description be suspended in the city of Bis­ marck between the hours of 2 p. m. and 4 p. m. on that day. (Signed) A. W. LUC-AS, Mayor. R. H. Thistletbwaitc, City Auditor. The bodies- pf.rtlic late Harry A. Barwind, H. F. Prentice, John A. Vale and A. Von: Ifilgeti^ alt of Bismarck four of the ifiVfe victims of the Easter morning tragedy on the Mandan side of the Missour...

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. — 10 April 1917

•fWo & tM.} «1fidM W mi» •L#2 :wi SETS EWIE FOR FARMER: Made Net Profit of $3,225.90 Off 155 Acres Sown to Flax Last Year j- (Special to Tribune) Bowman, N. I).. April 10.—This is what scores of farmers in this part of the state are going to try out this year. Elmer E. Hogoboom of this village, rented ICO acres in 1910 for $100 caBh, put in 155 acres of it to (lax, and after •getting his $100 back again and paying all the expenses, reports a net profit of $21 per acre-or $15,-1 255.90. I LEEDS ELECTS CORING TERM E, T. Smith Selected for Superin­ tendent, and Miss Halgrcn for Principal (Special to Tribune) Leeds, X. I)., April 10. -The board of education has elected the following teachers for the coming year: Pro­ fessor E. T. Smith, superintendent Miss Esther Halgren, principal Miss Lizzie Brown, assistant principal E. C. Malin, manual training Miss Horn of Fargo, domestic science Mrs. Kjelmyr, seventh and eighth gradus Miss Elimore Kitzinan. fifth and %ixl.h grades, and Miss Jo...

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. — 10 April 1917

I \s TUESDAY, APRIL 16. 1917. Resolution to Tear Up Three Blocks of Track Carries at Commission Meeting North Dakota's state owned street railway line is on the verge of dis­ continuing service, as the result of action taken by the city commission­ ers in session last evening, and which seems to be in harmony with the state board of control, which holds that the line is a luxury. A resolution introduced by Com­ missioner Hattey and adopted by a vote of 4 to 1—Commissioner Best dissenting—is expressive of the fact that the city is going ahead with its mat lilts uiiy 1H guillg aiieau wim paving and that the tracks of the rail way .between Ma in and Thayer streets will be torn up because the state has not the funds to provide for its share of the paving. Battey's Ultimatum. Commissioner Battey's ultimatum authorizes the city auditor "to notify the state board of control of the state, of North Dakota that the pav­ ing contractor is ready to proceed with paving on Main and on Fourth from...

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. — 10 April 1917

it -S irf 'I n.' ii !J I 't t! fm: n- •. .•• 1 !/. I, .4- 4.W THE TRIBUNE stored at tb« Festoffic*, Bismarck, N. D., 8«oon4 CUm Matter. ISSUED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION &ATEB~PAYABLB LN •DVANCB Dally, by mall or carrier, per month .60 Daily, by mail, one year In North Dakota Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, one year •.00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, three months. 1.10 Dally, by mall la North Dakota three months 1.25 Weekly, toy mall, per year 150 limber Audit Bureau of Clrculatlos trrrm ITATE'S OLDEST NHWSPAF** (EatabUsbel 1171) LOCAL WEATHER BI'LLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at noon, April 10, 1917. Temperature at 7 a. in. 41 Temperature at noon Highest yesterday Lowest last night Precipitation 'To'v Highest wind velocity 28-N Forwust. For North Dakota: Partly cloudy tonight and Wednesday cooler to­ night central portion. ORIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. Frequently the demand i'or the Daily Tribune has exceeded the supply. As this is likely to occur...

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. — 10 April 1917

TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1917. Conservation of the Baby Slogan of Local Baby Week Conservation of the baby will be the keynote of the capital city wo­ men in their observance this year of Baby Week, April 29 to May 5. The foreshadowing of war has awakened in the women the responsibility of saving the baby as never before aiul every effort to educate the mothers in the care of the child will be made by the committee in charge of the pVo gram. Circulars will be printed telling the mother how to care for the milk. These circulars will be distributed to each housewife of the city. In an en­ deavor to reach all consumers of milk, the committee in charge of this part of the program, are asking the help of the dairymen. A free clinic will be conducted dur­ ing the week at which children will be examined free and prescribed for. Reading matter relative to the care of children will be distributed free and talks on sanitation will be given by the best health authorities of the city. "Better Bismarc...

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. — 10 April 1917

-f'j'-c .mm CfAAp THE CUB DtUUr REPORTER e.UA By W On paper, perhaps, the White Sox are best in the league. They haven't much advantage, but there is some. But the club as a whole hasn't the baseball trains of some of the other clubs and there are better managers than Rowland in the league. -X SBElWIB. uJlN6— FUNDUS It* 8UIW AROOND OUR 5HIPS SO SU@MrtftlNSS Qmr ITKMAX. (The Tribune's Special Sport Writer Touriug Baseball Tamps to Si/e I'p Teams llefore the l!H7 Campaign.) Who will win the American league pennant in 1917? Not being a clairvoyant, necroman­ cer, phrenologist, fortune-teller or sooth-sayer, I frankly admit I am un­ able to answer. And right I will let you'in on some inside g§Uff there is not a man­ ager, playcje sftout, trainer, batboy, groundkee]ft!r, expert, or statistician in the league but whom, if lie an­ swers honestly, will tell you that it. is impossible to pick a winner in the league this year. They may have ideas regarding the outcome of the American league s...

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. — 10 April 1917

& -i./ I* "I '1 :A I.V, a v'* TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1017. M. Mclaudcr, Braddock, N. D. 4j5-6t WANTED—Messenger boy, at the Western Union. Call at office. 3-27-tf WANTED—Young man to work by the month. Frank Jaszkowiak, 41!I 12th St. 4-7-2t HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Girl for general house­ work. 219 3rd St. 4-9-3t WANTED—Waitress. S. S. Clifford. Star restaurant. 4-9-Gt' WANTED —Waitress good wages. Hotel Garrison, Garrison, N. D. 4-5-Gt POSITION WANTED WANTED—Position as first-class lady stenographer now filling posi­ tion but company is making chang­ es in organization my present em­ ployer is my recommendation, who wili call upon you personally if so desired. Address 127, care Tri­ bune. 4-3 0-tf UAItVEY KAURIS & CO. J. P. Jackson, Mgr. PIVC'^Q.^'|Af'^.pu^E^V!ith city wa tor,. Wiip[$((ibf£ition, 50-foot ,lot can bef",^ol4 fcqi JilS-OO cash. This is clteqpy j^ro^erty at this price. EASTi FifHJNT LOT—Fine trees, four roont bouse, in very choice loca­ tion can be sold for $1900,...

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. — 10 April 1917

EIGHT lAfi APPDjNJMENTS John Bloom Game and Fish Com­ missioner—MacLachlan Suc­ ceeds J. P. Reeve Dr. Charles MacfLachlan of Now Rockford, very prominent in the Eddy county seat's campaign to remove the capital from Bismarck, is the man Avhom Governor Frazier has slated to succeed J. P. .Reeve of 'Beach, chair­ man of the state game and fish com­ mission and whose term expired April 1. The governor late last evening an­ nounced a number of appointment^ in which the public has shown con­ siderable interest, and some of which have 'been awaited for several weeks. Bloom Gets a Job. John Bloom of iDevil.s lUike is ap­ pointed game and fish commissioner, under date of April 9, for term ending April 1, 1919, succeeding ft. W. Main of St. John. iMr. L/Ioom is publisher of the Devils Lake Journal, which has been loyal to the Non-partisan league cause, is a prominent Demo­ crat and, off and on, has been post­ master at Devils Lake, where his wife now fills the post of postmistress. Dr. Charl...

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. — 11 April 1917

I bV The Weather Pair and Warmer.' THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR, MO. 85 CAPITAL CITY Services Over Four Victims of Missouri Tragedy Held in City Auditorium ALL BISMARCK JOINS WITH THE MOURNERS Militia Guard of Eight in Line With the Funeral Proces­ sion This Morning Capital officialdom, business bous­ es, banks and professional offices closed their doors between the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock this afternoon, while Bismarck bowed its head in reverence at the bier of its brothers —the late Harry A. Barwind, N. P. Prentice, Jay A. Vale and A. Von Hagen—Bismarck traveling salesmen, four of the rive victims of the Easter tragedy on the Missouri river. Service* at the Auditorium. Funeral services over the four bod­ ies were held in the Auditorium at 3 o'clock. The municipal building was filled. The service was in charge of Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks of Bismarck. The prayer was repeated by the Rev. George Buzzelle. rector of St. George's Episcopal church. The passage of condolence was fr...

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. — 11 April 1917

HI MAN'S KILLED AT THE John Wild Gets Word of Death of Fred Weir, Former North Dakota Young: Man (Special to Tritium*) Wilton, X. I).. April 1 1 --Fred \Veir.| a soldier in a Canadian company in France and a nephew of John Wild oTj thin city, was shot in tlie breast and the arm in a reoent enKaKcnieut and killed. The Weir family lived at Mil­ ton nliout nine years atco. They mov­ ed from here to Freeporr, Sask., aiulj later to Bayfield, Out. I ARTENSIAN WELL CAVES IN-T Buildings in Vicinity of Sheldon Well Start to Settle and Res­ idents Begin to Move I Special to Tribune. Sheldon. N. JApril 11.--The old artesian well caved in this week with a depression of 7~ feet in ils radius. Wider is llowin.^ from flu 1 openin ,' in liit'Ce volumes and the situation cno frontlng the residents ol I lie city is serious. Men have been di.LT.uint ti'Mi'lies to let the water keep its old course, but this has been to of no value. The well has already cost the city $5,000. It is now evident that sever...

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. — 11 April 1917

1 0 0 1 GBAIN MARKETS 0 O No. 1 Hard 219% #22 '.% No. 1 Northern 213%@215% No. 1 Northern Choice- 218% @220% Regular to arr 20E% Choice to arr 218% No. 2 Northorn 209%@21.r»% No. Wheat. 199% @210% No. 2 Mont. Hard 212%©214% No. 2 Mont. Hard to arr 212% No. 1 Durum 217% No. 1 Durum Choice 225% Regular to arr. 217% Choice to arr 225% No. 2 burum .209%@220Vs No. I! ellow Corn 126% @128% No. 3 ellow Corn to arr 125%@127J/i' Other Grades 118 @127% No. 4 ellow Corn to arr 124%@126% No. 2 White Mont. 69%@ 70%' No. .'! White Oats C2%@ 64 No. White Oats to arr 62%@ 6?% No. 4 White Oats 61 %J@ 615% Barley 107 @125 Choice Uarlc.v 125 @1"5 Rye 175 @17G Rye to arr 175 @176 Fiax 301% @308% Flax to arr 301%@308% May 205%@ July 200% September 167% Close 1:40 .m. BILITH Mav 205 July 200% No. 1 JIard ntrk 214% No. 1 Northern on trk 209%.@213% No. 3 Northern on trk 197%@202V2 No. 1 Northern to arr 209% No. 2 Mont. Hard on trk 209% No. 2 Mont. Hard to arr 209% No. 1 Spot Durum 217%' No. 2 Spot Durum 21...

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. — 11 April 1917

I F0U1 fe' .'« N •tv* i*JL 'i {•M I I r? THE TRIBUNE at the Jwtollwt B1—rrfc, N. D., Btooni Clii Xattar. IMUEDSVBaT DAT BZCBPT SUNDAY •UMCmiPTION RATSB PiTilU IN ADVANCE rwiy, by mall or carrier, par month 9 60 Dally, by mail, one year in North Dakota 4.00 Bally, by mall -outside of North Dakota, one year ...... .00 Dally, by mall outside of North Dakota, three months. 1.10 Daily, by mall in North Dakota three months 1*25 Weekly, by mall, per year 1.50 lfsaiber Audit Bureau of Clreulatloa mat •TATE'S OLDEST N1WIPAPU 1171) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN For the 24 hours ending at noon, April 11, 1917: Temperature at 7 a. in. si Temperature at noon 42 Highest yesterday 41 Lowest last night Precipitation Highest wind velocity 20-NW Forecast. For North Dakota: Fair tonight and Thursday warmer Thursday and west portion tonight. ORRIS W. ROBERTS. Meteorologist. Patriotism is a blind and irrational impulse unless it is founded on a knowledge of the blessings wc are called to sc cure and the privil...

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. — 11 April 1917

1 xw A •&..J i» I IF L917. The program will be known as "A Musical Day in Nature." Mrs. Stick ley has prepared a story or legend to represent a traveler on a day's jour­ ney and, during her recital of same, it will .be illustrated by piano and voice numbers, especially suited to the time and places visited by the traveler The program, which promises to be one of the most interesting of the series of recitals, will be presented 'by Mrs. E. D. Rose. Mrs. J. A. Hanev, pianists Mrs. Victor J. La Rose, Mr?. •P. E. Luehe, Mrs John A. Larson, so­ pranos, and George Humphreys, ban tone. The club members are asked to re­ member the date and make a spej'ui effort to attend. Bismarck Man to W J, Walter H. G. igmann, salesman for the Missouri Valley Motor com­ pany, left today for St Paul, when on Saturday I12 will be united mar­ riage to 'Miss Hester 'Green of that city. Mr. Hagmann and his bride will return to the Capital City the first of next week, where tliey will make their homA. Coun...

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. — 11 April 1917

mi crnnp ™E LITTLE JOCKEYING OF TEAMS DURING WINTER Only Actual Participation in War on This Side Can Keep Game From Wallowing ENTER 1JASKHALL IMA.MA. New York, April 11.—Baseball, the national safety valve for pent-up en­ thusiasm, an dleiise liervcu, lakes the field today before the nation at war. The approval of the military authori­ ties is evidenced by the fact that Ma­ jor General Leonard Wood will open the American league season here by tossing out the new ball at the polo grounds. Club owners expect a fairly pros­ perous season, but admit that re­ ceipts and attendance probably will be cut by the war. They are encour­ aged, however, bv the i'act that the game flourished during the Spanish American war. and that the Interua itonal league games in Canada last summer were well attended. P»y II. ('. Hamilton New York. April 11. liaseball. open­ ing toda.v in I tot 11 major leagues, is go­ ing to lie given the greatest shove down tin' chutes leading to the world's series thai it ...

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. — 11 April 1917

M- ,i kL .1 •A tei tl ,1'IiH A, t'A03: :'VHTI w* W:,.attM A, :yjf WEDNESDAY, APRIL II, 1917. WANTED—'.Man and wife, to work on farm. Will furnish everything. C. A. Rust Underwood, X. D. 4-ll-5t WASTED—Man stenographer to fill position as assistant to division manager advancement but must be good stenographer and a cap­ able person to learn the business. Address 128, care Tribune. 4-10tf WANTED—Messenger boy, at the Western Union. Call at office. 347-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Middle aged woman to help with cooking out of town. Phone 679K. 4-ll-3t WANTED—Orie dishwasher and two chambermaids. Bismarck Hospital. WANTED—Girl for general house­ work. 219 3rd St. 4-9-3t WANTED—Waitress. S. S. Clifford. Star restaurant. 4-9-0t WANTED—Waitress good wages. Hotel Garrison, Garrison, N. D. 4-5-Gt POSITION WANTED WANTED—Position as first-class lady stenographer now filling posi­ tion but company is making chang­ es in organization my present em­ ployer is ray recommendation, who will call upo...

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. — 11 April 1917

noiw -•. State Will Attempt to Prove In. timacy Between Mrs. Ball and George Smith SHERIFF DESCRIBES SCENE OF DYNAMITING 0. T. Paulson of Beach, Testifies Smith Often Visited Ball Home —Case Started Monday The state's shuttle is bobbing back and forth today knitting together threads to tighten its contention that the motive which prompted George Smith to dynamite the Horace Ball home near Beach last July and the killing of Ball, who was found head first in the debris of th eshattered shack, was intimacy between Mrs. Ball and the alleged murderer. This piece of evidence will be the corner stone lor the foundation the state will build to convict the man, who on Monday morning of this week in the district court of Morton county at Mandan, went on trial for his life. The jury was completed late Mon­ day afternoon and the introduction of evidence started yesterday morning, The case is expected to hold the boards until the end of the week. Judge J. M. Hanley, district judge ofi Morton cou...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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