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If *1 *r fW^'- k$*i:''?y~:\ -.\ 1 P, t' 1 EIGHT 'I 1? I sfo. puvr fe Wr IB blrii I 'i §v W: MB TO PAY The Manufacturers Announce That Employees Will Re ceive Part Pay Akron. Ohio, .lunr CS.---TJW B. Troodrich Co. today made tiw fol lowing RnntnmcMBftm: 1b order in sofar bs possible to relieve frwa finan cinl worry jhosr of our fijiployes are subject ro military to*. J^irsa 1 5t\s«er Solicits your support for better and cleaner clothes. Prop Klien's Tailoring and Pres sing Parlors Opposite P. 0. Bismarck Where TODAY 2:30 10 and 20c wSSmBSSi WTOjjgl^p^ iaJe opera wirli lis. in *rryms »\h out Jts ttharr rtf w*n»KKn 4a:v «m-wer ibr rijitwiifi IHilitWrv 4fS:!S!AUW-. IfK polk* ••cnmjHm* 31 Iw rill ,i, M,r lutfWI wage *r hnv mon,hfc Kjs-j has Kyn $ m- '!Tb» ja.tiniiT'rwTWTj ipiyf# *3i imsfrsm *tf owJKW this company of K\M •rtiiatritafl -fci- in ?w«i suindiiag i® aoRjc sS'jic*\ aMiiisajy or sinl orgaai aatwcii a: «2dnig&s ra*8aj. J«w l*. 1*5^ and who are acoepce*! fcy *he| military officers for active $er-J vice in the present Mexican oris. -. In ca.-e of orders bet '.? u\i *y 5—Reels Paramount Feature Also the military authorities requiring the services of employes mentioned above for actual military duty, necessitating absence from the regular duties of this company, compensation will be awarded as follows: After allowance being made for payment for service by the govern inent. or state, or from any other source, (he direct result of military service, this company will pay as military compensation (he difference between such sources of Income and the following: To all married and single men con tributing regularly to the support of actual dependents, two-thirds of their average salary or wage based on their previous average salary or wage J«»rn*d during the three months pre- ss ThH.:s an omploye with dependents' 4 mrt„t,lc 1 ov per month and who re- .jopjxos $ per month from the gov 'MHR*rai *521 bo grants military com Paynwr.i of solitary compensation l»i 1 Jv- jviid riireci to the dependents desicrase*!. or upon ihe niuest of nsen wishoyt dejvndents. will be held in trust by the company until he re n'lrn of the employe. I The period of absence on military duty wiil not be eonsi»lered a breach in continuity of service as affecting our life insurance or pension regula lions, bin such time of absence w$l be included in the company service record of each employe ihe same as if he had not encased in military service. During such absence of an employe the life insurance issued to him bv this company will remain in full force and effect. Discrimination will not be made in any manner against, any employe iipon his return from military service, and as far as possible arrangements will be made for each man to return to his former position. The above conditions will apply I" employes whose extent of absences is one year or less, continuously in state military or naval service, but the privilege of the company is recog nized to make such modifications, ex tensions or abrogations of these con ditions at any future time as may ap pear advisable. RETAILERS GO TO NEW ROCKFORD IN 1917 Devils Lake, N. D„ .Tulie 23.—The North Dakota Retail Merchants' asso ciation closed its annual convention here witli a business session at which Xew Rockford Was selected as the meeting place for next year. The election of officers resulted as fol lows President, W. A. Peterson of Leith vice president, L. A. Munt of this city treasurer, John Chisholm of Donnay brook. This convention was pronounced one of tho best ever held by the as sociation. Open evenings.—S. E. JJcrgcson & Son. The Grand Frank Wolf, Manager The Particular Theatre For Particular People VAUDEVILLE THE HIT OF THE TOWN. ANITA DIAZ' TRAINED MONKEY'S AND BABOONS The Greatest Animal Act in Vaudeville and VICTOR MOORE IN Chimme Fadden Charlie Chaplin in "THE STAR BOARDER" If It's Gocd You'll Find It at The Grand The Grahd Unexcelled Orchestra at All Shows Bert Beyerstedt and His Violin Coming—Billie Burke in "Peggy" 200 Children's Wash Dresses up to size 14. Values to $1.00. While they last only 49c. 100 Children's Rompers. Values to 75c. While they last, only S9c 200 Ladies' white waists and Children's Middies, Waists and Ladies' Dressing Sacks Some slightly soiled. Values to $1.00. While they last, only 25c 15 Ladies' Blue Poplin Raincoats, $5.00 val- While they last, only $293 100 pair Ladies' Tan Pumps and Oxfords. Values to $3-00. While they last, only $1.49 10 dosen Ladies' Union Suits, 60c kind. While thay last, only 39c i» Where TONIGHT 7:30 & 9:00 10 and 25c Saturday and Monday Extra Special Bargains At Rider's OPPOSITE M'KENZIE HOTEL 2§? BE Former Secretary of State To Be Active in Hughes Campaign New York, Juno 23.—Conferences more important than any since the Chicago convention were held here to day by Charles E. Hughes with Elihu Root and Charles \V. Fairbanks, the republican presidential nominee. Mr. Hughes was closeted with each of these callers for two hours. The entire plan of the campaign was sketched, including Mr. Hughes' speech of acceptance, which he will soon begin drafting, the treatment of which republican leaders consider the chief issues of the day, and the organ ization of the national committee. It was authoritatively announced at the close of the conference that .\li\ Root would be a prominent figure in con ducting the campaign and he would actively participate in it. Vera Cruz Filled With Refugees Vera Cruz. June 23.—Vera Cruz is tilled with refugee Americans await ing opportunity to sail for the United States. Every train arriving here brings from 30 to 100 men, women and children, who expect to embark on transports, but no steamers have as yet arrived. .Many have taken advantage of Con sul Canada's instructions and now are quartered on board the battleship Ne braska, where they are awaiting transfer to the first available steam ship bound for the United States. Tonight a special train of ten box cars, carrying from f00 to tioo refu gees, is expected here. As all avail able rooming space is occupied, many of these persons will be compelled to walk the streets unless it is possible for them to be carried to the battle ship. Special launches are being run to the Nebraska at intervals of two hours, and during the forenoon today these have been crowded with those seeking safe quarters. LAHR AND MRS. INS ARE Fargo, N. D., June 2o.—Officers of the Grand Chapter, Order of Eastern Star of North Dakota, were elected at tho concluding session of that organi zation's annual convention here to day. They follow: Grand matron, Mrs. Mae Pada, Minot grand matron, Walter H. Murfin, LaMoure secre tary, Mrs. Florence M. Hoskins, Bis marck treasurer, Mrs. Elizabeth Welch, Lariinore associate grand matron, Mrs, Gertrude Parker, Lis bon grand conductress, Mrs. Effiie II. Lahr, Bismarck asociate conductress, Mrs. Clara Warner, Grand Forks. SCHOOL BOARD ACCEPTS SUE FOR NEW LIBRARY At a meeling of the school board last evening the board accepted the cite for the new library in Thayer and 'Sixth streets, which is owned by the city. A communication was read from the secretary of the library board, C. L. Young, asking that the site selected by that board be ap^ proved by the school trustees. The new site includes lots I, 2 and 3 of block ti8 of the original plat, and is the property of the city. It adjoins the city hall grounds. The board granted the use of the Will school for the holding of high school during the summer months. The janitors, .1. R. Williams^ Fred Roberts and Thomas Egan. for the high school, North ward and Will schools, respectively, were reappoint ed for the ensuing year. TEN PHARMACISTS PASS EXAMINATION Ten members of the class of fifteen writing at the summer examination 50 pairs Men's Dress Pant3. Values to $3.00. While they last, only $1.95 50 Boys' Knickerocker Suits up to size 17. Values to $5.00. While they last, only $2.95 200 Meh's Linen and Silk Hats. Values to $1.00. While they last, only 49c 25 dozen Men's Athletic Shirts and Drawers. 50c kind. While they last, only 39c 50 Men's Fancy Wash Vests, small sizes. Values to $2-50. While they last, only .. 98c 50 dozen Lodies Fine Embroidered Hand* kerchiefs. Values to 19c. While they last, only 9c 15 dozen Boys' Waists. Values to 50c. While they last, only 25c ,* V*- Sl||f '-iW BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE The German Americans OF BISMARCK will give a ).WM'. of the state pharmaceutical board, were successful in passing yesterday, Six were granted certficates as regis tered and four as assistant pharma cists—as follows: Cyril Mergen, F'airmount: Fred A. Maser, Dickinson: I. O. Haroldsoii, North wood Tulla R. Holmes, Hava na Theodore O. Benson, Michigan William A. Roehm, Wishek. Assistant pharmacists: Oscar Christianson, Henning K. B. Ferguson, (Jleniburn Martin S. Haakenson, Hat ton R. J. Berchard, Rolla. The examining board consisted of II. L. Hausman of Grafton, W. S. Par ker of Lisbon, Walter Master of Wil low City, Burt Finney of Bismarck and W. P. Porterfield of Fargo. TORNADO Will DIES III HUM Walertown, S. D., June 23.—Olo Clove, injured in a tornado here lasr nighl, died late today. This is the second death caused by the: tornado, lver Clove, son of Ole ('love, also in jured Inst night, is in a hospital here, and is said to be dying. Minot, N. D., June i.—Sensations growing out of a series of raids by local officials, aimed at a group of al leged lawbreakers, are expected to in volve several persons well known locally. The police found several girls un der. 17 indulging in intoxicating liijmors. The charge against the oivn eipbf the place is that of giving liquor to^iinors, but more serious charge. are probable against others. Five persons captured in one raid were bound over to the county court. 1 dance in PATTERSON'S HALL Monday night, Music by chestra. ed. .• wy .«i !Jri!l,'».Sil)l|i"^ .tj- June 26. O'Connor's Or Everybody Invit- iMl In raid's at Burlington, this county, several arrests were made. The of TODAY ONLY LOT 1 LOT 2 LOT 3 LOT 4 No approvals, or no money refunded. Every sale is final. **'%'•$ VY," W Xl *•'?. fV 1 i* Suits RACK NO. 1 Up to $30.00 values, $12.50 and $16.50. Skirts RACK NO. 3 TMBLE NO. 8 One big lot of waists. Price 98c TABLE NO. 10 Many specials of miscelaneous articles Many Sepcials in Wash Goods Section. -flf pHfif 'f Values up to $10.50. Price $5.97. Of 225 PAIRS of $4.50 Ladies' Shoes Regardless of the continued rises in leather during the past year, we have selected over two hundred pairs of Ladies' Pumps, Oxfords and High Shoes, selling formerly at $4.50 and $5.00, and offer them for Saturday and next week at extra special §2.98. This lot consists of Black Swede, Brown, Champaign Pumps and button Oxfords- White, Brown, Champaign, Dark and Light Grays, Tan, Calf and Tan Lace high shoes. Seme of the styles arc of last year, some of this year. However, you will have no difficulty whatever in making several selec tions at this remarkably low price. Be Sure to Take Note of the Low Shoes on Our Bargain Counters These shoes were regular $4.50 and $5.00 values in such celebrated makes a3 Red Cross, Sorosis and Pingree, and are equal' in wearing qualities to any $5.00 dress shoe obtainable. These are somewhat old style, but arc made of leather which is of a better quality than that put in shoes at the present time. We have divided our left overs of several season's in four lots, which you will find on the Bargain Counters at the re markably low prices of These shoes are of excellent quality, but old in style. „:Sj. v•.• Style is not needed, but quality is essdntial. For morning wear, you will find just this kind of a shoe on our Bargain Count ers at 49c afcid 79c. $1.00 and $1.50 Red Cross, Pingree, Sorosis, Dorothy Dodd,_and other high quality brands are only included in these lots- W..-J-'Kf RACK NO 5 One lot of Wash Dresses, values up to $8.50. Price $5.97. TABLE NO. 6 Breakfast Sets, values up to $1.48. Price 98c. TABLE NO. 7 Children's Underwear, one lot, very special 35c. SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 191& ficials are making a country-wide Open evenings.—S. E. Uergeson & cleanup campaign. 'Son. Today We Want a Continual Rush Here are a Few of the Many Specials to be had Coats RACK NO. 2 Up to $30.00 values. Price $9.50 to $18 50. Skirts RACK NO. 4 Values up to $2 98. Price $1.98. TABLE NO. 9 Middy Blouses, values up to $1-48. Price 98c. rxPOPULAR. PRICED STORE 49c 79c $1.00 $1.50 Vr .-J4"-'''•, C- -e-w .• r'c Vl 9 I 'AVwt'