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The Bismarck tribune. [volume] (Bismarck, N.D.) 1916-current, April 13, 1918, Image 6

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FRECKLES AND HIS
FRIENDS
THE STORKS DO A TURN FOR
FRECKLES
By Blosser
CHESTNUT CHARLIE
By Blosser
the results expected.
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YOU IMMiT K6
T0T61L SOU
W)OJ OLD NoU
ACE,»*m?
French Repel Huns In
Two Attacks at Noyon
Foe Naval Raid Coming
Probable Attack on Southern Flank of France
Looms Large When Noyon is Made Scene of
Immense Assaults German Command Wor-MILLIONS
ried by Heavy Losses Kiel Naval Bases Pre­
paring for Move.
With the French Army in France, Thursday evening, April
12,—(By the Associated Press)—Two strong enemy attacks last
night and this morning in the vicinity of Noyon, which were re
pulsed easily by the French, give rise to the question whether the
Germans are about to make another attack on their southern
men and the dislocation of so many divisions which has not given
•Germans hitherto have not taken a
division out of the fighting line until
•It has suffered a minimum of 2 500 cas­
ualties, some idea may be obtained of
the enormous extent of their losses.
To the casualties in the divisions
which have been withdrawn must lie
added still engaged in battle. They
still have sufficient effectives in de­
pots to reestablish their strength, but
many of these reserves are composed
of inferior elements such as convales­
cents and men who were partly ex­
empted from service at the front.
'These must replace the carefully chosr
en men forming the crack divisions
heretofore used.
The total strength of a German di­
vision is 13,570 men, of whom 8,44)0
are infantry, machine gunners and
cyclists, and the remainder artillery
inen, engineers, ambulance attendants,
transport workers and a squadron of
cavalry.
Indications of a
Huge Naval Raid
Geneva, Switzerland. April 12.—
•Great activity reigns at German nav­
al bases, especially at Kiel. Coal and
ammunition are being shipped to the
fleet in large quantities, according to
information received here this morn
ing from a reliable neutral source.
German naval contingents, with
heavy guns, were recently recalled
from the western front to join the
fleets and were replaced by Austrian
artistry manned by land forceo.
Indications are that a naval rall
of great magnitude is about H- be
attempted.
GERMAN LONG RANGE
SHELLS FALL AFTER SUNSET
i' Paris, April 12—For the first time
Since the long distance bombardment
of Paris, German shells reached the
Paris region after sunset. A projectile
struck somewhere near the city at
8:05 o'clock this evening*
In the Paris district today two per­
sons were killed and twelve wounded
by the bombardment.
Paris, April 12.—German forces
launched heavy attacks this morning
against the French in the Hangard
•En-Santerre sector. The fighting con­
tinued throughout the day. Several at­
tacks ended in failure, but finally
Iresh German troops penetrated Hang
ard, althought the western section of
the village was regained by the
French, according to the war office
announcement tonight.
American and French troops, fight­
ing together, repelled a German attack
in the Apermont forest.
The Americans captured numerous
prisoners.
SENATE PLANS TO
SET ASIDE BILL
FOR MORE POWER
r' Washington, D. C., April T2'.—Pros­
pects of an indefinite senate 'debate
over the Overman bill, tfith itB broad
grant of authority to the president to
reorganise government departments,
'caused administration leaders today
to decide upon laying the measure
fcside tomortOML. probably for several
days in order to pass urgent legisfa
*tion.
Renewal of discussion of the re­
organization bill is pranned some time
hekt week, with the administration
'ftnokesman ajjoancijig^fleterminaticlrt
eto
insist upon 44
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flank. It is quite evident that the German high command is be- of .^^vs-^nvSsshS6 w^f
ginning to experience some disquietude over the loss ot so many _44
More than 100 German divisions have been thrown into the
:passage
vft&nfcinil&L.
On the other hand the opposition is
prtjp&red to ebntinue
^CHe''figlit tftr tfaa
itlng
the president's authority.
'to fill up the gaps in the ranks. Whenit is remembered that the Ire'orve taSk/S
•fight and more than seventy div
1
sjooi^^navj^siT^eJL^^^wrtiKir^n
GERMANY WANTS
WAR, GIVE IT TO
HER BlfRNOOIST
In Moorhead Speech He Promises
to do Utmost to Smash Hun
Propaganda
ASKS PEOPLE TO UNITE
Moorhead, Minn., April 12.—Gover­
nor. A. A. Burnquist, of Minnesota, in
an address before a large audience
which crowded the normal school audi­
torium here to capacity tonight de­
clared "I will do everything in my
power* tas governor of Minnesota to
smash the Hun propagande within our
gates"'and called upon the people, to
unite and "give Germany the war she
wanted."'
The governor who spoke in behalf of
the liberty loan speaking campaign
which closed tonight was given an en­
thusiastic reception by the large
crowd many of whom were turned
away be or in a
was interrupted several times by ap-j
plause as he pointed out not only why
the country ^as at war but just how STEWART
the United States was finally torced
into the war by Germany's actions.
"Germany wanted war," Governor
Burnquist said^, 'because she was pre­
pared and because she knew the allies
were not. She knew England, France
and Russian did not want war because
of internal conditions. Lets unite now
and give her the war she wanted," the
governor assertel emphatically.
U.S. CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE
ELECTS HEADS
Illinois Food Administrator
Made President Rhett
Retires
Cgee^CIM
/OUfiUTA, «E 4
UfcRE SEE
Mt VIOOLOAif
UE GIT JEALOUS
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OUNO
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#ET SOU
CAN'T DO IT-
is
Chicago, 111., „April 12.—Marry A.1
Wheeler, federal food administrator
for Illinois was unaniriiously elected
president of the chamber of commerce
of it S at a a in
board of directors here late today.
Joseph H. DeF'rees, was re-elected
vice president form the northern cen-|
a iv is on of ha
ton, S. C„ retiring president, who had'
previously been elected to a vacancy
accredited to the third district (south
Atlantic states) was elected honor­
ary vice president Charles Nagel, of
St. Louis, Mo., A.,B. Farquhar, of New
York, Pa., and John H. Fahey, of Bos­
ton, Mass., were re-elected honorary
vice presidents.
RAYAL.NEGHSORS HOLD
.RED CROSS LUNCHEON
A Red. Cro^s food sale and luriceboii
'will be held by the Royal Nfcighbiprs
bt the Hughes Electric Store today.
Mtb
C. Kny.ifjtk^.' Mrs. 1 Schu
ltz, Mrs. L. Vfiu Hook, Mrs. BroWn,
Mrs. A. w.
Vvitrm,
Mrs". L.H. Ckrti
sel, and Mrs. John Bork .will serve.
mm
17§ MILLION IS
ADDED BY DAY'S
LOAN CAMPAIGN
jWfh ,!
I'M
9UT DOWN TUE
NMWi 0? WONTU
,,
.451,714,000
r,
Has Been Subscrib-
ed Would Pay Two Weeks
War Expense
NOT REPORTED
New York Federal Reserve Dis­
trict Furnishes Nearly Half
Totals
Washington. D. ('., April 12—
(K 0 or ?1-T-S2-l:fl0 morP than
the tota! reported
last night. This is
just about enough to pay the I'nited
states war expenses for two weeks,
binding form, accompanied by initial
payments, but it is believed many mil
lions of other subscription have been
signed anil not yet reported to local
banks.
The New York federal reserve dis­
trict continues to furnish almost half
the country's total with $205,100,(WO,
reported today. In the Minneapolis
district the loan campaign will not
really start until next Monday, and
no figures are reported from there,
Other districts records, as given to
day in messages to headquarters here,
i,210,000: Boston $46,-1
(1,000 Cleveland $33.mU0ti: Phil­
adelphia, $31,.r!)7,000 St. Louis $29^
2 0 8 0 0 0 a as $ 1 5 3 4 7 0 0 0 an as
City -$13,267,000 San Francisco $11,
426,(i00: Richmond $6,916,000 Atlanta
$3,259.00-0. I
ANTI-SUBS PLAN
I Considered Most Practical "Non
sinkable" Scheme by the
Shipping Board
if
vjOU WEfcS fcOfcN |W
MVIMN BY
ADD
after divide American ships into com­
partments, decreasing by .fifty per­
cent the spa'ce Which i£ lillely to be
flooded after an external explosion
and increasing in the same proportion
the chances of the vessel reaching
port instead of going to the bottom.
The bulkheads will be made of four
inch planks, with tongue and groove,
and tarred, to make them water tight,
They will Be kept rigid by one inch
I steel beams.'
., I Small Space Loss
j{ jK
estimated
l!
GETS COMMISSION
Washington, IJ. C., April 12.—All j
American merchant vessels will bo
equipped immediately with double the
number of bulkheads now carried for
protection against torpedoes and
mines. The shipping board approved -i
the plan today as the most practical
of all the "nonsinkable" schemes, and[
Jas. C. Stewart of New York, was
asked to undertake supervision of the .*
work.
Authority was telegraphed Mr. Stew,
a to as at el
essary equipment, including barges
for handling material. I
Eight instead of four walls will here-!
Expert Hatter
Joins Eagle Hat
Works
The increasing
demand for hat
cleaning and re­
pairing has com­
pelled the Eagle
Hat Works to
bring an expert
hatter here from
Minneapolis o,
take charge of
that department,
and announce that all "Orders for
the cleaning, blocking and repair­
ing of men's, ladies' and children's
hats wfll'receive the highest class
workmanship and be returned to
IdOk as new.
Postoffipe^. {.
Opposite
Aii
Mail
Onton Qhran Pr«dt|
Attention
BISMARCK EVRNIftG^TtyB^Nff^]|jjjrjjl
£SUi
/MUTIW.V BY
(a©, AND A»DD
\evfc A6£ -Sub­
tract 3fcr AW
ADD u«T
that in 400 ships
there will be a loss of only 5,000 tons
ca"go space due to the new walls.
delay in the movement of ships
is oxpected to result from the instal
lation of the new safety dfevices. Mr.
Stewart will be given complete float
ing equipment so that the work cah
be carried on without interfering with
loading. Only slight inconvenience is
anticipated in the handling of cargo.
As food and small freight occupies'
S5
Lib-|
eriy loan subscriptions reported to
federal reserve banks up to the close
percent of the tonna-ge going to
I Europe, the smaller compartments
will not make any material difference
I in most ships. Vessels carrying loco
motives and other heavy equipment
Every
how tnore than ever it
ifo exdimve acenta
,vri.»trsz*~. -f„ ,-'*"t,vv"iW"
may find their stay in port lengthened
owing to the necessity for more care­
ful handling of the big engines.
The new bulkheads will come out
after the war.
The board's decision is ia accord
with the recently announced policy
of investigating and trying every de­
vice that seems to offer a practical
means of saving tonnage.
STUDENT FLYER
GAVE BISMARCK
AS HOME CITY
Mervin C. Grover, Son of Mrs.
Mattw- F. May Recorded
From This City
Minneapolis, Minn., April 12.—
Mechanic Mervin C. Grover, of
Bismarck, N. D., \vho was killed
at Gerstener aviation field, Lake
Charles, La., Thursday afternoon'
when the machine in which he
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was flying with Lieut John Ken­
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feet, will be giVen a military fu­
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late yesterday when the machine in
which he was flying with Lieut. John
Kennedy fell from a height of 200 fee£.
Kennedy was uninjured. Earlier re­
ports gave the victim's name as Grov
enor, of Indiana.
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tel. Grief-stricken, Friday night be
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son will be held, she made no state­
ment except in answering a question
as to why her son enlisted: 'He was
an American and insisted on doing his
duty, although he was, only seven­
teen" she said. He was her only son.
The body will arrive in Minneapolis
Wednesday, when a military funeral
will, probably 'be held.
ALEXANDER DRAFT
CALL IS DOUBTED
Lincoln, Nebr., April 12.—The St.
Paul, Nebr., draft board tonight says
Grover Cleveland Alexander has not
yet been called in the draft army.
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