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BILL HELD UP
Debate Suspended Whilf Oppon
ents to Measure Confer
With Its Champions.
AMgNPMENTS AHAN.PONED
Harding and Warburg to Talk:
With Member? on Great
Bond Issue
Washington, D. C.\ Mar. 5.—Oppo­
sition to the. administration bill for
a war finance corporation resulted
Monday in, suspension of debate in the
senate until today to permit confer­
ences between Governor Harding and
Yice-Governor Warburg of the federal
reserve board, with banking commit­
tee members and other senators who
have led the fight on certain sections
of tho bill,
Tomorrow Secretary McAdoo, at tho
request of Senator Owen, chairman of
the baniting committee, will meet
with the opposing faction. There were
indications Monday that attempts to
make radical amendments in the bill
as it now stands would lie abandoned.
Oppose Bond Issue.
Provisions authorizing the corpor­
ation's directors to issuo $4,000,000,
0(10 in bonds to aid the'financing of
war industry, as well as those for lic­
ensing of security issues by a capi­
tal issues committee, were tbe prin­
cipal objections urged today in the
senate banking committee's confer­
ences. Opponents of the measure ad­
vanced the argument that many of tho
functions proposed for the corporation
could be performed better by the fed
era) reserve bPar^.
anc*
securities lic-
en'aing ctiritiniied by the existing vol
imtary committee.
Warburg and Harding For It.
Support for the plan proposed in the
bill ii? understood to have been giv-en
both by Mr. Warburg and Mr. Harding
and Secretary McAdoo is expected to
Some
turbed.
'the "committee members
Should
'U3S33
Til
At
ts
Man Who Declared He
Help Impeach LaFollette
Endorsed
coherence which met 'in" MilwankeS
sion lasting several hours and follow-jln
vine L. Lenroot, of Superior, who has
the indorsement of'the conference
wliicli'mcit today and Francis E. Mc­
Govern,,.who is now irrevocably in the
field afi* practically a fre4 lance can­
didate before the primary.
A striking incident of the confer­
ence .was tbe unanimous voice of en­
dorsement given President Wilson as
to the condnct of the war.
MEN IN NORTHWEST
WILL NOT PAY HIGH
SEED WHEAT PRICE
of,
H**1 wy-,.}
ceed only slightly the fixed price of
*wheat on,a commercial basis.
for
the first loyalty candidate in the state! ,wast
to announce his candidacy and feltibanks "lat
that it would be unfair and unreason-!
able for the conference to expoct him|
to abide by its decision should an­
other candidate be indorsed.
This means that there would be
threfe candidates befdre the republican
primap^, James Thompson, of La­
crosse, who is looked upon as the La
Fqllette_ candidate Congressman Ir-
*, t.\ f.
Food Board Chief* of Minne
apolis Assures Reasonable
s. Prices Will Prevail
Minneapolis, Minn., Mar. 5.—Farm
tbe Northwest will get all the
aeed wheat tbey netid this spring at
wg a reasonable i»ice, Frank b. Carey,
bead of the local office of the food ad
ini^tration grain corporation, said
noajr.
ior^,. than 20? cars of s^ed wb^at
already have'been sent tar the gojr
ernment from Minneapolis to points
in^WWU MfcWgan a*d Nebraska, Vt
Carey taid, while between 500,000 and
in reserve
ti* elevators.. «|Ji» goi)rar»
ses t^ai tbif w^eat gets to
Re-cleaned marquis spring wheat
for sefed will-be sold-by the govern
ment for $2.30 per bushel f. o. b. Min
neapolis, according to Mr. Carey
While social varieties may be sold
through other sources as high as $$
or more per bushel, there* should be
no. locality unable to obtain suHlol
ent seed on the $2.!?0 level, ho said
Collision in Montana Snowstorm
Followed by Cremation o|"
Badly Injured.
Lewiston, M{int., Mar. 5.—-During
a severe sniow storm'that, prevailed
Monday a west-hound Chicago
.Milwaukee &. St. Paul'freight train col­
lided with a pile driver work train
near Shawinut, between Harlowton
and Roundup at 2 o'clock and five men
were killed while several more were
injured.
The dead are:
W. E. Williams, freight train brake
man and C. Oregon, E. Sias, B. Keller
and Smith of the pile driver train.
Keller, Smith and Williams badly in­
jured, were caught in the wreckage
which took fire and were burned to
death.
Great Increas! in
1
Would
Milwaukee, Wis., Mar. 5.-r€ongress
man Irvine L. Lenroot, of the eleventh
Wisconsin district Monday was en­
dorsed as republican candidate for the
United States senate at the primary
election on March 19 by a republican
tbo federal
ing the appearance before the gather-! announced by federal officials late,
ini 'of Francis E. McGovern former ... ,.
governor, Who told the conference he
Wis1?^'
freight train conductor, head and back!
injured. The seriously injured were
all brought to Lewietown tonight and rMCD A I 'C
placed in a hospital. Several others
were slightly injured and were not
brought here.
1917 A RECORD
PasscnKer
,ifl
and
Freight Service Compared
With Last Year
eaid tonight it was probable no chang­
es vitally' disarranging the present!
draft of the bill wduld be urged. Sen-1
a tor Owfen, however is expected to
prebs his amendment limiting the in­
terest rate on the proposed bond issue
to 4 per cent, and Senator Hollis of freight and
New Hampshire, another democrat of ords were made by the Pennsylvania
the coniinittee, has an amendment to railroad systerti in 1917, says the an
limit the corporation's funds to its nual report of the company, made pub-1
$60^000,000 of capital.
Philadelphia, Pa., Mar. 9.—New
passenger carrying rec-
He Monday. The freight service com-1
insistent opposition be made pared with'1916, a record year, in-1
aKftinst Wgal establishment of the pro- creased 1,903,193,581 ton miles and the
posed capital
issues committee, some passenger service 855,195,001 passen
atftnfjiistration leaders iifthe* senate ger miles. There were 216,570,724
totHeftt said they might agree to elim-1 passengers carried, an increase of
ihation 6f the clause and leave the 21,129,848 over the- previous record,
present voluntary committee undis- year.
The report states that the freight
ton mileage of all Pennsylvania lines
east of Pittsburgh in 1917, exceeded by
more than 60 percent the combined an
nual ton mileage before the war of
all the railroads in Great Britain and,'
France.
in 1916, despite the increased ser­
vice. This was chiefly due to higher
wages, increased cost of materials,
traffic congestion and embargoes..
TO HOLD WISHER
FOR DISLOYALTY
c,harf^
would not submit his candidacy before I f®vera,! .d,sl°yal statements among
the! meeting because he claimed to be[them
be ing
n° ^al
If'£
$
making
t0,th? ef^1
that 1
"'ithK
lia,tl0"aI
bought
ca"se
llljfrty
?ft,s
INTIMATE RELATIONS
be",
government could conhs-
cate their property. He has retained!
W. O. Lauder, of Wahpeton as coun-1
sel. Judge Lauder announced that his
client would appear in Fargo of his:
own Volition and arrange for bail
soon. Wishek was at one time a can­
didate for governor.
EVIDENCE IS SHUT OUT
IN HUPP MURDER TRIAL
Cleveland, O., Mar. 4.—Tho defense
in the case of Elmer Hupp, wealthy
oil operator, charged with murdering
Charles L. Joyce, whom he found in
company with Mrs. Hupp in her room,
were barred from introducing their
testimony concerning the relations be
tween Joyce and Mrs. Hupp, 'unless
Hupp knew of it and unless it had an
effect on.his mind which led him to
kill Joyce," by a ruling of Judge Ken­
nedy today.
PROHIBITIONISTS
MAY GO OVER TO
NATIONAL PARTY
Chicago, 111., Mar.
IS,
.. -M-'
.... -jj
•vo r! r'
13.
5.—(Whether
Washington, D. C.
"VY/IETF
SUPREME COUNCIL
Lady Rawlinson is the wife of Gen­
eral H6nry S. Rawlinson, British mili­
tary representative on the supreme,
war council. She doesn't rest on her
husband's laurels, 'however, but is
daily at work for the ^Red Cross and
organizations taking care of soldiers'
As a result of the year's service,!
the Pennsylvania railroad sompany,
the parent corporation of the system,!
earned a net income of $39,281,585,! dependents.
which after providing for the sinking
and other reserve funds, represented
7.4 percent on the capital stock. The with the new Nationalist party prob
net income was $12,994,919 less than nbly \vill be decidcd at the prohibition
convention which-opens Tuesday. It
was called at this time, according to
Virgil G. liihshaw, chairman of the
prohibition national committee, so as
to meet in connection with the Nat­
ionalist party which holds its conven­
tion Wednesday.
The majority of the members of the
National committee of the prohihi
I tionists have openly declared in favor
The trial of of a merger with .the.nationalists, ac-
Fargo, N. D., Map. 4.
John H. Wishek, well known banker cording to Mr. Hinshaw, because the
Ashley, N D.- who has been indict- parties stand for the same fundamen-
Monday Tbe vote was Lenroot 87 federal grand jury, charged tal principles. Both favor nation wide aerial school .at. Ft. Sill, were killed
McGovern 45 Phillips 1 with violating of the espionage act, prohibition, woman suffrage and pub- yesterday ten miles north of the
Th6 Krfutt'came aftbr a- stormy ses-1
"general disloyalty" will be held lie ownership'of utilities. aviation fields, when the gasoline tank
EVERETT TRUE
5d Yoy INSIST on Boring.
people WITH xovr visionai^V
IMpf^ACT ICAL
TneN, BY
or
not the national prohibition party
shall remain in existence or merge
"T-.-v -T
the perfect
\^04M
HAT
Miliiliii
HepoRM!!!
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BISMARCK EVENING TRIBUNE
i&zms'i ,^- KA p. M,
The injured are E. It. Schojleld, fore
man of the pile driver crew, both legs President
broken and head injured Henry Ship-land tons Oi »upjmc an yi.cu v/u mc nfiiu jo & ».— -o ...
ley, leg injured Glenn McCiung, leg! NOTE—If you want a copy of the above photograph send 10 cents and this clipping to the Divisional Pictures, Committee on
and hip injured George Farrow the!p
bU M-01.mation)
CO-OPERATING
Patriotism Shown
by
I'
A.S"
Lawtpn.
American
Firms in Utilizing Mach
ihes for Many Supplies
Washington. I). ('., Mh 5-.— Contract
calling-for an expenditurfe of more
than $15,000,01)0 will be allowed this
week to wood working-firms-as part
of the government's policy of utiliz­
ing existing factories for the manu­
facture of war materials. Spare parts
of wagons and other vehicles used by
the army.wiii be turned out instead of
the ordinary peace time products.
Curtailment of automobile production
has been most severe in the factories
making high priced-cars.
TWOtJ,S. FLYING
Official of the council of national
defense said Monday that, patriotic ap
operation' had been encountered in
every industry which had been forced
to curtail its output. Still further re­
strictions in ordinary output is expect­
ed as the war continues, inasmuch as
many factories are only just now get­
ting into .full swing on their war con­
tracts.
.In this connection George X. Peak,
industrial"*representative of the coun­
cil, said that American manufactur­
ers had discovered they wore unable
to do many things for which their During spare moments in trenches
plants were not built. One automobile a French Soldier whittled out this' min
factcrry is making recoil mechanisms autre gun which is an exact repl^Ca of
for big guns instead of pleasure cars,
MEN DIE WHEN
GAS, EXPLODESj
Lieutenants at Fort Sill School)
Meet Death High in the
Air
0pe
0f
Okla., ^ar. ». I- light Lieu-
tenants Paul and Whitney lrom the
l=lCSOR6 1 CAN DO
A GfteAT
WOR.Lt)
PCFo^neR
iP
of the big French guns, the shells
which he has used as a pedestal,
ori their airplane exploded and the
machine crashed to earth from a great
height, initials and home addresses
of the two-dead aviators could not be
obtained tonight.
RUSSIANS FLEE FROM
BOLSHEVIRI REGIONS
A Pacifiic Fort, Mar. .»v—Captain J.
G. Miller, who ha!s been in Petrograd
'•""i", as military attache to the American
em|)aag
fir
By Condb
yarriVed here Monday on a Un­
from the Orient.
He. said that there is only one pas­
senger train a week operated on the
trans-Siberian railroad, ttarbin,. he ds
serted, is overflowing witlv^wealthy
Russian^, who nave fled'froin» the dis­
tricts 'controlled by Bolsheviki.
Tribune Want Ads Bring Results.
Bqck^he—
Qoiit—
It is !i3T7 aseertfi Witli
lliat the 'tamful effects, due-to unc
rlcid in the system are entirely fcradi
-atcd. A new remedy, called Anuric,
las teen discovered fey Dr. Pierce,
vliich is many times mpre pot»it thu.
ithia, and is the cause of, a drainage
jut\yard of the uriic apA Wn mm.
comes in contact withm tne body. lt
will ward off backache,. neaaache. arid
ie darting pains ana achdkpf artiQUl?!!
ar' muscular rheuihatism-pof those dis^
qascs. v/hich are causol by, tjg" jpHucni
4ric acid, such as cout. asthma, sciatica,
renal calculus. Ahiui^ prolongs life
jecause old jpeople usually suffer from'
lardcning and ihickehihg of the walls
if the arteries, due td the Excess of-Urie
icid iri the blood ^and tissues. .*
An'urtc can oe obtained in 50c and
pl.00, packages at the prindpal drug
to re
PROMINENT WOMEN ENi
BOisp OUR STATEMENTS#
Ilissoula, Mint.—"At the time I mtf
'r.:sing thrbuch
inSddlc life the
lectors said I
:ot!d not possibly
»ive. They could
donolhing for nie.
Finally began
aking Dr. Pierce's
.•
avoriteErescrip-,
ibn and took' is'i
ottles of it. Then.
was'sa(isfie^ thSif?
n. 1 am now as-stT'
if
1
•m
POILU WHITLES OUT WIID 1717 MAD Til
I N FRENCH GUN muM WUll 11
g'^nd iheahhy as
Lads FroiiiCilenbiirn, Mi not and
Crosby Give Their Lives
lor Democracv.
Washington, ~D. C., Mar. 4.—General
Pershing reported to {h^ war depart
ment today the names of one lieu­
tenant and nine privates killed in ac­
tion March 1, the day of the German
attack on an American trench sector
near Toul. The names of one lieuten­
ant and four men killed in action tho
same day were reported, bringing the
total „to fifteen. Those cabled today
were:
FRED GARD, friend Ilans T. Lareon
Crosby, N. 1).,
CLAUDE W. KELLER, Olenburn,
X. 1).
-FRANK MIDAK, friend John J,
Davis,, Minot, N. D.
First lieutenant Stewart W. Hoover,
infantry, Blackfoot, Idaho.
Russell A. Murr, Napa, Calif.
Edward H., McXulty, St. Louis, Mo.
Thris Hnsch, Napa, Calif.
i^t K,"»
Matthews D.
Azores Islands.
-.V.,,
and still 6njoy nourishing and palatable bread.
Bismarck,
We BdnkWththpCloci
WI.A .0
^Si|©0e$8 In Saving
There is«ju«t one way ^kpfa r^aj ^ccp9s
of saving. That is to do it systematically.
Don't save irregularly. Think out a definite
plan. Open a: Sivji^gs Account in this strong
old-estabjished ^atior|alBank and deposit som6 5
fixed Jimounti every week or month. Regularity
in depositing counts more than the size of the
deposit. The* greatest fortune in the world i*
just pne dollar addetj to another.
W-
flrfoem
to hdd
with $1.00 or more ^oday.
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TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1918
Souza, Sato Antas
Corporal' Home/jfiVhedton, Syra- jj
^Se^'N. Y.', Private Lawrence A.
l4ica^s.e, (Wtoburn, Mass., were killed
February^?, i-'" '.v!
The Woundgd.
Private Alfred ^nnunziatft, Brooje
iyn, h#"s died fromvjwou^ds received^n
Gilpin Jolxn fi vtn Hoftzendorff,
field artil'Aar lirunswick, Ga., and
First Lieutenant Ralph H. Blake, S^p
alpaf.Okla .'and the following privates
were severely wounded on that day:
WILLIE ROMlNE, Silva, N. T.
THODOHE WONG, Sttnish, N. D,,
William Richter, Chicago, I1J.
johij L. Bray,,Drum, Ky.
William F. Woodhouse, Conwfty,
A
Jacob T. Lemmens, Newark, N. Y.
Warren M. Eowen, NorrLstown, Ga.
Kennard H. Hill, Batfes, Ark.
Deinetrio G. Ilatzidakis# Han Fran
cisco, Calif.
General Pershing also,reported that
Private Cecil D. McKenry, of George­
town, Texas, diod of gun shot Wounds
received March 1. Private "Wallace
llat'char(|, of Columbia Falls, Mont.,
died March fi, fronl 'tranmatism by
fireamrs."
Bruises and Sprains
Have Sloan's Liniment handy ior
bruises and sprainis and all pains and
acHes. Quick''relief follows its
prompt application »No need to
,xub. It quickly.penetrates to the
trouble and drives out the. pain.
Cleaner than mussy plasters or oint
mahta. Sloan Liniment does not
stain the skin nor clog the pores.
Fpr rlicupiatic aches, neuralgia,
6* sff musclc^, lame back, lumbago, gout,
fclfuifct, end ispraiA*. it giVe( quick relief.
.. (kncrcni* sized bottles *t all drugsi$Ut
Spin's pVices hoi increased 25c 50c $1
i'-'- r' yn '-~r
tlie noted lecturer, medium
fttul spiritual
i.adviser,
J.
1
Maryan GaWlik, Chicago, 111.
Henry iE. Orange, Gordonaville,
Tenn.-
Wijl
continue reading .by ap­
pointment only until March
25th.
f! liOTEL McKENZIE 7"'
231: Phone 258
Wheat Flour saved here means live^ saved in. Eu­
rope. You can help by mixing 15^ to 25^ Barley,'
Corn Flour or other Cereal Substitutes with
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