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BEING LINED UP
Three District Inspectors Al
ready Appointed by Com
NO WITHDRAWALS TO DATE
Farmers Who Do Not Wish to
Be Covered Have to June 15
to Get From Under
Commissioner S. A. Olsness yester
day named C. M. Holbert of LaMoure
deputy hail inspector for the south
eastern section of Xorth Dakota. A.
Moft of Deering has been named lor
the northwestern district, and C. M.
Halstrom of Jamestown, an old-time
adjuster for t'.ie Hail Alliance of
Jamestown covering the territory west
of the river, has been named inspect
or for the southwestern section. The
appointment in the northeastern dis
trict is yet to he made.
These district, inspectors will super
vise the work of local adjusters and
will adjust disagreements between
these officials and claimants. They
will not, however, receive loss reports,
'"which will be made direct to the of
fice of the commissioner at Hi
withdrawals under the provis
of withdrawals, but is not prepared to
say what it will be.
There is a three-cent-an-acre flat
hail insurance tax on all tillable land
from which there is no withdrawal.
How far North Dakota has progress
ed on the road toward applied social
ism may be deduced from the /act
that the passage of tt*is act anil the
preparation of plans for making it im
mediately effective have caus«d hard
ly a ripple. For the last five session!},
compulsory hail insurance furnished
the legislators' liveliest scraps. Jr.'
was viewed witu alarm-by many of,
the.state's ablest statesmen, and they
succeeded in delaying,'i©c years tha
submission to the people, of a. v-onsti
,ftit4oimt amendiKent^pavliyg1::tho way
1 was rat
Of 'the general trend of leg
:kita.^4t i» ttae tbaMhere Is imposed
a fl«t hail tax of three cents per
ere of $4.80 per quarter from which
f§%' there is no escape, and that this tax
1* imposed not on sultivated lands but
'upon tillable lands, thus embracing
|«all territory which is subjected to cul
& tivation, whether it W under the plow
I or not. There are in Burleigh county
under single ownerships tracts of 10,
*creB or more, all tillable lands.
W which wil subject their owners to an
W annual hail insurance tax of ?3iN
through which they cannot hope to
benefit, for they will have no crops
liable to lose through bail. But, the
that in this instance the leag'ue did
not go so far as it might—not even
so far as legislatures went in other
states not under league influence.
ion of the new hail insurance act per
mitting fanners whu do not wish to
•be amenable to the assessment fea
ture of the law to withdraw at any
time prior to June 1.5 by tiling a writ
ten notice with the insurance cqm
mibsioijer and the county auditor. Iwwe
yet been received. Mr. Olsness is of
the opinion that these notices will be u
county auditors. 16C|uilil)i*iunif which is in the innci
Rtatft/lM^r inSJaraiScli A concurrent
f»*ov^d by bo$h houses
Owners of lands in crop w'no desire
to avail themselves of the assessment
feature of the hail insurance act which
insures indemnity for hail losses must
on or before June 1 file with the
county auditor an affidavit describ
ing the land which they have in crop,
giving the nature of such crop and
the number of acr^s sown. The max
imum indemnity to be paid under t'.ie
act is $7 per acre. No indemnity
shall be paid for 'any loss of less than
ten per cent, and a loss of 85 per cent
or more shal be deemed total.
On-or before October 10 it is made
the 3uty of the commissioner to as
certain from losses reported to him
the amount which he will require in
addition to the sum secured through
the flat acre tax, which is expected
to reach -about $600,000, to adjust all
losses on thfe basis. The deficit t^us
determined shall be pro-rated among
the various counties, certifies tp the
county auditors, and they are required
to spread both the indemnity and the
flat tax on the tax rolls to be collect
ed in tliip same manner as other tax
es. It is provided, however, that in
.no case shall the indemnity tax in
any year exceed 50 cents per acre.
'-The legislature in debating the bill
".was of the opinion that it would never
•be Necessary to assess the full maxi
mums 50 cents, but this is a matter
which experience alone c'an determ
SECRETARY HERE TO
DISCUSS NEW BANK
Secretary W. C. McFadden of the
Xorth Dakota Bankers' association
was here yesterday in consultation
with Manager J. R. Waters and Di
rector F. W. Cathro of the Bank of
North Dakota and Commissioner John
S. Hagaft and Secretary Oliver S. Mor
ris of the industrial commission rela
tive to certain details preliminary to
the organisation of the new bank.
The meeting of a committee of the
tMUtkers' association with the Indus
dwcrlftl foamfafton to work oat poli
cies of ,t|M new bank cannot be held
urtit the retain of Governor Frailer
Urn* TkerfeopoUs, %o, where a
jrtwn caiw of riieamatisak
t» the fcttlM.
t* fl.tS rjr®, ffm.
"COME, TAKE A RIDE IN MY
Employment Problems Well Be
ing Cared for in North l)a-^
kola by Government
Five service oftices in the larger cit
ies of the state, and 55 bureaus in
other eltieft and towns c^uprise he.
organization of the United States Em
ployment Service in replacing North
Dakota returned service men in civil
The list of offices and bureaus and
their personnel was announced .today
By Lindley H. Patten, of Fargo, fed
eral- state director of the service^,,
The list follows:
Fargo—a Broadway, Wm. English
Bismarck—Northwest hotel, Guy R.
Fox in charge.
Grand Forks,—Courthouse, F. E.
Hubbard in charge.
Jamestown—City hall. Leona R.
Smith in charge.
Minot—20 First avenue southwest,
Frederick R. Holden in charge.
Fargo—Women's division, improve
ment building, Mrs. Mintie B. Bowe in
The following is a list of bureaus
for returning soldiers, sailors and
war workers of the United States Em
ployment service, showing the cities
wheer located, and the name of bu
Beach—M. C. McCarthy.
B^lcourt—U.'S. Dept. of Interior.
Bottineau—J. M. Humphyers.
Burlington—E. A. Madson.
Cando—G. A. Gray.
Carson—F. H. Neiter.
Casselton—W. J. Bell.
Cavalier—R. C. Dynes.
Crosby—€. E. Brace.
Devils Lake—Edgar LaRue.
Dickinson—George A. cluess.
•Edgeley—C. A. Shiels.
El'bowoods—lT. S. Dept. of Interior.!
EUendale—A. ('. Kuenning.
Enderlin—C. H. Potter.
Forman—A. H. Greenwood. ..
Ft. Totten U.'S. Dept. of Inter-!
Ft. Yates—I.". S. Dept.. of interior.!
Grafton—F. C. Hathaway.
Hankinson—Geo. W. Rennix.
Hillsboro—Carl S. Anderson.
Jamestown Alfred Steel.
Kenamre—W. A. Dunnett.
LaMoure—E. M. Warren.
Langdon E. E. Fletcher.
Lisbon—Jay H. Maltba.
McClusky—H. E. Dickinson.
Medora—W. J. Ray.
Mohall—R. D. Johnson.
Mott—J. H. Murray.
New England—C. E. Tallmadge.
New Rockford—H. W. Wilson
Oakes—W. R. Whitfer.
Page—J. B. Benson.
Rugjy—H. R. Danielson.
Sanish—U. S. Dept. of Interior.
Stanton—J. A. Harris.
Steele H. H. Armstrong.
Towner Chas. E. Fouts.
Wahpeton—G. P. Wolfe.
Valley City—.Mildred NOUemeir.
Washburn—C. I. Walls.
Wllliston—A. L. Butler.
Wiiliston—U. S. Dept. of Interior.
Wilton—G. F. Stewart.
Wishek—M. E. Pratt.
This is an orientator. Arr orientator gives a fdllow whd,'is |ping,to be an aviator,all the
sensations of flving\upside clown, looping the loop or doirtg the barrel roll. The teacher puts him
in the-body of the thing and whirls'him every way, then asks him if he's dizzy. If his center of
filed first with the county auditors, equilibrium, which is in the inner ear, doesn't tell him he's upside down, he-is no good for .flying.
He anticipates a certain 'percentage I All the man in the. chair has to do is to work the lever. The man in the car can make the machine
do the same stunts, after he gets used to it, with a control stick in front of him. William C. Ruggles
invented the thing and there's going to be one in every aviation camp in the country.
IN THE STATE
BURLEIGH COUNTY EDUCATORS TO
ATTEND CONVENTION IN MANDAN
Scores of Bismarck and Burleigh
county educators will po to Mandan
on Thursday, Friday and Saturday
for the annual convention of the Mis
souri Slope Educational association.
The schools of the county, Superin
tendent Parsons announces, will re
main 'in session, however.
S'iate "Minfiib, J. Niclson, Supt.
Jt Mi'.'^kaTWW d)P the' eitj schools and
County Su^ti' Par^brts: Jire among the
Bismarck educators who have a plac6
on the program. An interesting feat
ure of the convention is expected to be.
Attorney General Langer's address on
"Recent Educational Legislation."
The program in full follows:
May 1, 1:15 P. M.—The Mandan
schools will be in session and all are
QOi:d!allyinvit^d|,t0' visit1 classes.
office, of Superintendent.
8:00 P. M.—Opening program. High
school assembly room. Music Mandan
high school orchestra.
For men who den\and the
superlative in headwear
SAM TO A STUDENTS
May 2, 9:00 A. M.—Music.'
Address, Supt. J.
Round tables: «i
County Superintendents, Supt, II. K.
City Superintendents, Supt. C,. ,L.
Robertson. ,t rr.
Grade Teachers, Bli§s tiillian f^j^er.
Rural Teachers, Miss Palmer.
often* tell of "Tin Box of Valuables Stol
en !"—"Residence Fire Destroys Hoard
ed Greenbacks"—"Poor Woman Loses
Savings by Theft". Almost every day
you can read one of these stories.
The safest place for valuable papers
and belongings is inside your &j5^S^|y
Deposit Box in our vaults.
We have just enlarged this depart
ment and there is a danger-prpof box ||I
ready to guard your treasured belOftjt-
$6.00: $6.50 $7J)(f
1\ $ 3$%
Eliminate worry, uncertainty or" low
by calling in today—there: is danger in
JfThe Friendly Bank"
BISM ARCUT KANK
2:00 P. M.—Music.
Address, "Recent Educational Leg
islation," Attorney General William
Address, President Burton, Univer
sity of Minnesota.
Excursion to Reform school and to
the Northern Great Plains Field Sta
Address, Major .T. M. Hanley.
Address, President Burton, Univer
sity of Minnesota,
May 3, 9:00 A. M.—Music.
Paper: "Boys' and Girls' Clubs,"
Dept. Supt. J. F. Hetler.
Paper: "Medical1 Inspection in the
Rural Schools," County Supt. H. O.
Paper: "A New School Spirit for
North Dakota,". County Supt. W. E.
Address, "The Smith-Towner Bill,"
Supt. P. S. Berg.
Address, Dean Kennedy, University
of North Dakota.
Officers: President, Supt. C. L.
Love vice president, Co. Supt. H. K.
Jensen secretary-treasurer, Supt. C.
Missouri Slope Educational associa
tion represents seventeen counties.
Three hundred teachers are expected
to attend. Did not'last year on ac
count of the war. This will be a big
meeting. This is an exceptionally
if,. "The Home of Service"
Address of Welcome, Attorney
Response, Supt. J. M. Martin.
President's address, Supt. L.
Address*. "Our- Stater' Pducat|9nal
Progiam(" Mjss Minnie j. Niielson,
state superintendent public instruc
tion*. vx -r
Address, Pres. S. May, Dickin
son Normal school,
MR. CAR OWNER
Within the next few weeks
ydu will be getting out your auto
mobile and preparing for the sea
son's run. Doubtless one of the
first things that you will have to
consider will be your tires.
In our line of Kelly-Springfield
casings and tubes we believe that
we have something that will
merit your investigation. That
they cost more is true, but as has
been said before—"the recollec
tion of quality remains long after
the price is forgotten."
I&pp Jn our store, or call us up
and. we shall be pleased to shorn,
The Home of Service"
CARL PEDERSON, Mgr.
Bismarck North Dakota
strong program. Everyone invited -to
attend the meetings whether teachers
or not. Subjects of all addresses will
be announced later.
New York, April 30.—The world's
most powerful battleship the super
dreadnaught Tennessee, was success
fully launched today.
Filth spreads disease^
Clean Up! Begin now!
Don't spit on sidewalks.
It is against the law.
Now, in selecting a Printer, if you take in considera
tibn such items as Care, Suggestions and Discrir ina
tion, and are satisfied with a break even game, a dollar's*
worth for a dollar, you will be taking advantage of the
odds and so taking a good chance, and the ordex: viil
naturally come to us.
STATE PRINTERS AND BINDERS
WEDNESDAYr APRIL 30,1919
Aprjl showirs wash and clean old
Mother Earth of Winter's germs and
impurities. Hollister's Rocky Moun
tain Tea does the same thing for your
stomach, bowels, blood—purifies,
cleans you thru and thru, a thoro
Spring remedy. 3*c. Tea or Tablets.
Looks Like Leather
A snappy Cjjpat for all weather.
These Coats are—
Wind Proof —Water
They can be washed with soap and
water and are guaranteed not to
peel or crack. A real Coat for the
car—one that will give service
Let everybody co-operate in removing all refuse from
yards and alleys, lly May 10th the city must be clean.
Mr. G. B. Allen has been appointed sanitary police
man to help this department enforce the law.
you know whether a thing
is satisfactory before you buy it,but
^Hntei'ifnattfer—no: That i&. ipadejto youjL„
order. Whether you are going to be satisfied^
with'the job depends, mo^e on the Printer than
on yourself after the job has gone in.
You, the Buyer, are equally responsible for the sue
€ess of the job. If you select a'Printer because of his low
price only, you ought to be satisfied to get as much as on
pay for. He can't possibly give you more—it4would put
him out of business.