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ilArflTi tlftMJI ft Gttrl Had Expected dMta,.llt Ow't le»v« I tommies Coming Enderlin, N. D., Aug. "I expect tp. ^ay only six months, but now tBgt" oUr troops are here and more «^tilngf l'mj ayre Idon't know when 4 foil be back," writes. Gertrude Leb bitt, North Dakota's ambulance nurse the French battle front in a letter to her njothef here,, "Thqniwber of 66fandfMt.-lslcan t0 awful—the heavy drive taot^tpQm.bier.e," writes :Miss Lab, hear the guns roar itinuously, as we are in the invad bi)jt I hope it won't be 'fefDre the Germans will be pu8h bacfc ox* their own Boil. COUPON W. i% Ji ,*J 7 f.-v b* Sf f: I I never lized how dangerous a chance I *fes taking y/hea I sailed for Europe. Iflveryone was uneasy—no one slept rrfon the watch every second. All lights were out, portholes darkened, 3H even the. light of a match on deck, And ageing *long at breakneck filtfl in the dark, not knowing, what 4Hlome"nt we would go down. "The feod condition is terrible," ys&ls? Labbitt, who mourns for ''nijje dlftnera we have at heme, •ith Rji we want of everything." 'tye are allowed no butter, no cake, to sijgar, and before, the winter is brer it will be terrible. Prices here Are worse than In the States, by far. Shout *re 425 THE TEST OF TIME finds The S. S. White Denial Mann factoring Company still in unquestioned lead aaine worid's best-known and most reliable manufacturer of dental equip* ment and supplies* the same way time lias disposed of one dentifrice fad after another,until dentists now know that the sole function of a tooth paste is to cleanse. S. S. White Tooth raste is pure, wholesome, non medicated cleanser—the most efficient on the market. It is made according to non-secret formula approved by the highest dental authorities. And it is as pleasant to use as it is efficient. Your druggist hae it. Sign 4nd mail the coupon below for copy of our booklet "Good Teeth How They Gcow And How To Keep Them." THE S. 9. WHITE DENTAL MFG. CO. Mom and tout putabations ail SOUTH 12* ST. PHILADELPHIA ADDRZ&. •mr* Why has your competitor a better ctelivery equipment than you? Because it pays. There is no economy in buy ing a delivery wagon that gives uncertain service or one that will only last for a year. Hiiiart Block frnr Pi ip J&?, ^B^IIB^Jwwkjwssiwib fW. •iAk'kr Kensat Volunteers Vest Looked After Soldiers in the State Kensal, ,*tf. D., Aug. S.-^CenBal made its volunteers the wealthiest men in the North Dakota regiments, when they raised a purse of $1,04$ for recruits enlisted from this commun ity. A benefit concert netted $374 the Commercial club gave $200, and there were individual subscriptions ranging up to $100. Mrs, Hudlong Will Collect Boo%s and Magazines for Army The American Library association is organizing every state in the union to supply soldiers with good reading ma terial, and it has notified Mrs. M. C. Budlong. secretary of the North Da kota public library commission, that she has been named chairman for this state to supervise the collection and distribution of books and magazines. Mrs. Eudlong has for some time been in charge in North Dakota of the work of the American Federation of Women's clubs, which is collecting scrap books for hospitals at the front. The present movement is of a differ ent nature, and its purpose is to place in the hands of soldier boys good books and magazines not more than two years old, which will, relieve the tedium of trench and camp life. Pub lic libraries throughout the state have been made repositories for such read ing materials, and Mrs. Budlong asks all good citizens having books or magazines to donate to leave them with their nearest public library, which will report to Mrs. Budlong. FOR TAXI SERVICE PHONE 342. 1 uh With Bobroff's voting apparat us, he says, a legislative body can complete a vote in 25 seconds. This means casting the vote, counting it, photographing it and announcing the result. He says it never should take more than one minute. With the Bobroff machine the members vote by putting a Yale Hazen, N. D., Aug. 9.—Three chil dren of Jacob Zurn, a farmer who lives 12 miles northwest of here, have died during the past week from diph theria, and .three more of his children are now recovering from the disease. No medical aid was summoned until after the death of the first child, and physicians say all three lives could have been saved with proper medical attention. Tlie three children who died are: Jacoib, Marie and Edward, aged four, seven and nine, respectively. BAER ELECTED STATE CANVASSERS SAY SO Jphn M. Baer is the duly, elected congressman from the First Nbrth Da kota district. This fact was discov ered this morning, when the state Delivery Wagon Egress Type Chassis $720 f. o. tolwfa Prictt tvbfett to ch*n$0 without no(ic« What you need is an Overland. Let us show you why the Overland Delivery has been the fmal choice of thousands of suc cessful merchants. A demonstration will con vince you. Dlstribuorta Bismarck, N. J) 'V .T,_s'-_'.I£ jjj~—rii'^^y^ouT^.ttnai^tjiyiMtwa.1 **€U T1A fA1, Bl&HAi&CK DAILY TB1BUNB Electric Voter Up Congress Inventor Says 1 ttinatttot, «ev i. 6 K, Cr tmr a I ft, aw* 1.3 '^8,/ '8 wae/fSB *J*' 1. 4 I S I OeatMKK 11 WZtXJt* *.K" I •..TfU c*«t» vstt%t$y id Bornett L. Bobroff and face of his electrical voting machine as it shows above the speaker's desk in Wisconsin's assembly chamb er below, part of photographic record of a vote, ii AQ 9 oti/l a kl onlr nnn^A lr for ''no "Y Staff Special. Milwaukee, Wis., August 9 The Wisconsin assembly having completed a session with the use of his electrical voting machine, Bornett L. Bobroff of this city thinks he may be able now to speed up Washington and take most of the con out of congress. "N" for "yes," and a.blank space for not voting. standing lock key in an apparatus on their desks. The key is turned one way for "yes" and the other for "no.' The member's own vote shows on his own desk and on a big board at the front of the chamber. Each vote is photographed by a camera that ii" part of the vot ing machine and at the end of the session there is a photograph ic record of all votes. Bobroff says several states are considering installation of the machine, among them Ohio. The question also is before congress. Eight years ago Bobroff was a clerk in the bureau of effiqiency economy in city hall. Now and he has a half dozen inventions do ing business for him. board of canvassers held a recent ses sion in Secretary of State Hall's of fice, canvassed the vote in the recent special election apd found, the totals as announced, in the unofficial returns yesterday. A, eai^ificate of electign, signed by thei governor, secretary of state and attorney general was mailed to Washington today.* IIID OF FIVE (Continued fi^m Page une) chutes on hlB father's lawn, he had to go 1)ack to that other playground it he wanted to see his mother. And now Jack has been taken from both playgrounds toy Mrs. August Hecksher, of Huntington, a cousin or De Saulies. Mrs. De Saulies never was able to understand why the court had grant ed her husband, proved guilty of mis conduct with another woman, the cus tody of the child part of each year. She. feared the father's, wealth and social political influence might event ually take the boy away from her. Court to Slrttle Future. Little Jack's fixture will probably be settled toy the supreme court. Whether the mother is convicted or freed, the court, max decide she is not a proper persob to have the child By risking all to |obtain him, she Is likely to lose himf completely. Meanwhile the seer saw and the chute-the-chutes, the swing and the shooting gallery, ate empty. TherAiredale, terrier at his father's house is lonesome. And the big white bull pup, /Which his mother brought with her in the taxicab on the night of the shooting, i& in the care of the black butler at "The Cross ways." .A freckled, tanned little boy, with hair cut straight around, the back just below the ears, has gone to a new home—the third in a week. BARN AND H0R8E8 BURN Dan McPhee Sustains Heavy Loss From Fire Near Oojva 9 Golva, N. D., Aug barn .and eight McPhee farm ground. A voiunt? ceeded in saylgg^Uie dwelling house and the granariestTlto loss was sev eral thousand dollars. U. S.SH -A large log on /the Dan 'horned to the fire, brigade sue- imiK in (Continued front Page Qne) ly anxious for tlM^r torn in the trenches to come..1 The men are. an^ieos for a glimpee of war and there is no doubt that after they get it, it wUI add infinite zest to their future training, and to their ability to train future divisions. The men are still far enough from the line to hear or .see little that has to do with real fighting. A brief tour of duty in the trenches will explain much to them, however, and will make them appreciate the^ training which they do not wholly "understand. :i FOR TAXI SERVICE PHONE 341. wawiwts^AiofmsaAHM afflifriK'Mfsfe f* 11 '. w-:'v.jt HICTT Many Communities Orj^niiBing for Protection From Domestic Foc« in War A score of homo guard units lias been organized or now is- being form ed in North. Dakota. Wah'petoii" was one of the. pioneers in the movement, and Fargo was quick' to /take advan tage.. of an opportunity for protection. Lidgerwood has a guard of "50 mem bers Kenmare has a company of 73' Tower City and Billstooro are lin ing up, and Leeds recently, organized a large unit. Cavalier county is or ganized, with a central company at Langdon. Carrington has a company of 50 men, which meets all trains, pro-1 tects men seeking work and sees that the vagrant class, moves on. Bordu lac has a strong company, and the Slope regions generally are well or ganized. In order to .procure federal recognition, arms and ammunition,. these home guard companies jnust be tion. recommended to the secretary of war by the governor. Frazier has not made such recommendation in the case of any of these units to date. Chapters Organised in 29 Count No Difficulty Experienced With Finances les Fargo, N. D., Aug. 9—The organiza tion of Red Cross chapters has been completed in 30 INorth Dakota coun ties, reports to Judge N. C. Young, state chairman, show. The state chap ter has organized divisions in nine other counties. It is exftacted that by the end of the ensuing week the entire stute wtll have been covered by Harry Curran Wilbur, executive secretary. Pcor crops are. proving so much bet ter than anticipated that Red Cross work in this state will not be ham pered by lack of funds, Secretary Wil ibur announces. 3n Flaxton, Burke county, where $1,000 was set as the E A grain of gold out weighs the biggest soap bubble ever blown, an*a grain of truth has mo weight than a bushel of fiction. maximum for a week's campaign, $700 was raised: on the date of organiza The Kidder county chapter, or' ganized 'but a week, has pledged $4,000 and paid in $1,000. I. W. W. E FIGHT Globe, Ariz., Aug. 9.—Telephone lines leading toward the asbestos mines from) Globe, Ariz., are. out of I commission today, and the sheriff's office believes the wires have been, cut by the Indians and striking min ers, who have started forest fires and surrounded nine white men employes of the asbestos mines 50 miles north west of here. The men are said to be in a dugout, and their supplies of .• a THURSDAY,AUGUST », 1WT, O A Y—first to country then to home.' To cheer those who can not serve as you serve but whose hearts are with you- your photograph. Special Discount to Drafted i. •Men and Volunteer* Make the appointment: today HOLMBOE STUDIO PUBLICITY FILM CO. Ground floor—next door to Grand Theatre." Bismarck, North Dakota All Traces of Scrofula Eradicated from the System Sim By the greatest of all purifiers. A common mistake in the treat ment of scrofula has been the use of mercury and other mineral mix tures, the efiect of which is to bot tle up the impurities in the blood, and hide them from the surface. The impurities and dangers are only added to in this way. For more than fifty years S. S. S. has been the one recognized reliable blood remedy that has been used IKE seeks like. A natural, honest-to-good- ness man don't have much, time for artificial things. An' real pipe smokers take to VELVET, because it's a natural born pipe tobacco, kept natural It takes two long years of natural ageing in wooden hogsheads to make a tin of VELVET. Nature's way is a slow, expensive way, but just compare VELVET with any of those improvements on Nature." That's the answer. jfaa#%jry.u%KccaCk .ammunition- are low, and they have Qnly a small quantity of. provisions. It was feared that tkey would not be aible to withstand the combined as saults of the warriors and the forest fireS Because of the lack of communica tion, details of the uprising are un known, but reports indicated that two organizers of the I. W. W. had been working among the men for the lapt week and haye instigated the strike which led to the revolt. ILUWOIgAy FIBST Sucker Stat# Candidate Passed at Beach and Enlisted Beach N. ©., Aug. 9.—Ernest C. Wood of Galesburg, 111., examined at the request of the local board in his home city, was the first man passed and enlisted in the fetional army by the Golden Valley board. with highly satisfactory results for Scrofula. Being made of the roots and herbs of the forest, it is guaran teed purely vegetable, and absolutely free from all mineral ingredients. You c*n obtain 5. S. S. from any drugstore. Our chief medical adviser is an expert on all blood disorders, and will cheerfully give you full advice as to the treatment of your own case. Address Swift Specific Co., Dept. Atlanta, Ga.