WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17,1918
I» CANADA WILL
Unmarried Men and Widowers
Between 20 and 23 Not to
YOUTHS OF.19 ARE SUBJECT
NeecPfor Reinforcements Has Be
come Imperative as Result
Ottowa,- April 17.—The Canadian
government in an oficial statement
issued last night announced thht it
had decided upon measures necessary
to obtain immediately substantial re
inforcements for the Canadian expe
ditionary force. Need for these rein
lorcemenls, it is asserted, has become
imperative because of the critical sit
uation which has developed on the
western front. -y
Desiring to speed up operations of
the military service act, the govern
ment. has decided that unmarrietl men
and widowers between ihe ages of
20 and 23 are not indispensible to ag
riculture rad other essential' indus
tries. They will be called out firs:
and all exemptions in their ckses abol
ished. An order in council lias been
formulated which provides that not
only youths of lit subject to the pro
visions of the military service act,
tout alsoother youths when they reach
The order also removes exemption
allowed officers and men who, ccrv
ing with the Canadian forces did not
proceed further than Great Britain
and were then returned and dis
The government announcement stat
ed that treaties are under negotiation
with foreign governments, under
which citizens of such governments
residing l'n Canada may be made lia
ble to military service.
WETS AND DRYS
WILL MAKE OHIO
Hardest-Fought Fight in His
tory of Buckeye State Is
Columbus, O., April 17.—With tho
prohibition question predominating
one of the most bitter and hardest
contested elections in the history of
Ohio is expected.next November.,
The wet and dry tight will go before
Ohio voters in two forms. The drys
have initiated- an. amendment to the
state constitution providing for state
wide prohibition, and in addition will
make a hard fight to elect a legisla
ture which" will ratify the federal pro
hibition amendment next winter.
As Ohio is nearly evenly divided on
the state-wide prohibition question,
the wet and dry issue is expected" to
enter largely into the regular political
campaign. A governor, lieutenant
governor, secretary of state and
judges of the supreme court are to ue
elected. So far, no formal announce
ment of candidacies have been made
and both parties have remained quiet
on the subject of endorsing state
wide prohibition. (Last year Ohio re
turned a wet majority of 1,173 on a
proposed amendment to the state
constitution. The wet majority in
1915 was 55,408.
The wets have initiated a proposed
constitutional amendment providing
for a referendum on the question in
I S DUTY
"For two years I suffered agoniz
ing pains in my stomach, belching
up sour and bitter fluids and gas.
Tongue always coated. Doctors were
unable to help me. The first dose
of M'ayr's Wonderful Remedy made
me feel 100 ^)er cent better, and I
am now feeliqg better than at any
time in my life. 1 deem it my duty
to advise other sufferers." It is a
simple, harmless preparation that re
moves the catarrhal mucus from the
intestinal tract and allays the inflam
mation which c'auses practically all
stomach, liver and intestinal ailnjents,
including appendicitis. One dose will
convince or money refunded. iLenhart
I have some very
fine big bay mares
for breeding. These
also a*e good work
horses. Will sell
cheap, as I have no
Also have several
light weight horses,
which will be sold
I have rented my
farm and,, must sell
the event the legislature ratifies the
federal prohibition amendment.
Another proposed constitutional am
endment to lie voted upon was submit
ted. by the last session of the legis
lature and would prohibit double tax
ation by' avoiding a tax upon real
estate as well as upon real estate
To date no unusual congressional
contests have come to view.
The general interest seems fo cent
er in the prohibition drivfc and the
gubernatorial fight. Present ndica
lion:- are that Governor James \r. Cox
will bo a candidate for reelection on
the Democratic ticket, and that his re
nuhlican opponent may be Frank' H.
Willis, former governor. Willis de
feated Cox four years ago and Cox
defeated 'Williii two years ago.
Eastern S\ar Tonight.
Mouthers of the Eastern Star will
meet, at Masonic temple'at 7.::'0 to
I night for the purpose of furthering the
!,\il Cros3 work. Everybody asked to
Men's Dressing Class.
Tlr: surgical dressing cjass for men
which has 'formerly met on Tuesday
evening will hereafter meet on Thurs
day' evening. It is hoped that 'this
change will meet with the approval of
tho^e desiring to lend a hand in the
I To Speak on Red Cross.
Miss Edith I'arlier, chairman of the
northern division bureau of American
I Re Cross nurses, will be in Bismarck
on .Monday and will speak at the Com
mercial club hall at S: 1 ." that evening.
''Every woman who has been knitting
or doing other Red Cross work shoulu
e') on hand to hear what she has to
say. Mothers who have sons in the
army, and all interested in the wel
fare of our boy.i over there should be
present, and a very' audience is
oxpected to como !o hear what she has
to say on this vitally interesting sub
ject of the day. The Hod Cross nurs
es will appear in uniform.
To Public Library.
I want every sufferer from any
form of rheumatic trouble to try
thi3 marvelous healing power.
Don't send a cent simply mail
your name and address and I will
send it. free to try. After you have
used it and it has proven itself to
be that long-looked-for means of
curing your Rheumatism, you may
send the price of it, one dollar,
but, understand, I do not want your
money unless you are perfectly sat
isfied to send it. Isn't that fair?
Why suffer any longer when posi
tive relief is thus offered you free?
Don't delay. Write today.
Mark H. Jackson, No. 138D, Gur
Syracuse, N. Y.
Mr. Jackson is responsible.
Above statement true.—Pub.
^Bismarck high school, will go entirely
to the Bismarck public library, for
the purchase pf books. The proceeds
from the last affair of this kind giv
en by the high school went to the
Red Cross. "The iNautical Knot"
promises to be by far the best thing
the high school folk have done. The
parts are in capable hands, and an
unusually good showing has been
made in rehearsals. It is predicted
thu tlhe Auidtorium will be filled Fri
C. Hueliler of Mott v- enU
liisnuirck hospital for !realm'1?nt
daughter was born to Mr.
John Craven of Menoken at
Hishiarck hospital this week.
Funds derived from the operetta,'
"The Nautical Knot," lo lie presented
a tthe Auditorium on Frnday evening
by the musical organisations of the
A Home Cure by One Who Had It
In the spring of 1893 I was at
tacked by Muscular and Inflamma
tory Rheumatism. I suffered as
only those who have it know, for
*over three years. I tried remedy
after remedy, and doctor after doc
tor, 'jut such relief as I received
was only -temporary. Finally, 1
found a remedy that cured me
complctey, and it has never return
ed. I have given it to a number
who were terriby afflicted and
even bedridden with Rheumatism,
and it effected a cure in every
Harold Bcaken no longer is chasing
messages to the four corners of Bis
marck with his trusty bike. This pop
ular Western Union messenger boy,
known lo almost everyone in His
innrci now is a full-fledged brass
puncher, with a man-sized job in the
':-nii\rck office of the Yvestern Union
Te'cgraph Co. Harold, who is not
much more than to, started on his op
erator's trick last weeR. For several
years past he has been one of the"
Never have we shown a'more complete display of practical Gar
ments, reflecting the spirit of the time§, designed on stylish lines
in materials carefully selected because of their durability. Their
distinctive styles, pcrfect fit, and quality appearance make them
stand out from the mass of garments usually offered at special
A host of different styles. At from—
39c to 75c
Made of fine quality Ginghams, Per
cales and Charfibrays. Priced at from
65c to $1.98
SEE THE NEW "HOOVER" HOUSE DRESS AND ASK FOR DEMONSTRATION.
i^%IRS#iN STYi,E FIRST IN-VARIETY IN VALUE S
BISMARCK EVENING TRIBUNE
Bismarck office's most reliable mes
senger boys. Between, calls, instead
of indulging in boyish diversions com
mon to his age, with the help of oper
ators, who havo taken a deep inter
esc in him, young lJeaken has been
mastering tho juiorse code. For sever
al njoiiths past he has been "sending"
anil "receiving" with the best of them,
just for practice, and this week when
ono'ot Manager E. 11. L. Vesperman's
operators was called to the colors,
Master IJeaken just naturally slipped
into his place. The young man has
been a bread-winner for several years.
Hi!' If IJi&.sort of fellow who is likely
to go a long way in any game that he
lavUcs.' He likes the telegraph busi
ness, and there's no reason, his
friends believe, why he shouldn't lie
f'lMug Theodore N. Vail's shoes some
At Bismarck Hospital.
The following births were reported
at the Bismarck hospital today:
Mr. and Mrs. (!. A. Anderson, Col
horbor, a son.
Rev. and .Mrs. J, Rclhcn'jerger El
gin. a son.
Mr. and Mrs. II. Allen, Bismarck,
At St, Alexious.
Births reported at the St. Alexioiu
Mr. and Mrs. A. Caspar, Bismarck,
and Mrs. Fred Jeans, Tutlle, a
Mr. and Airs. C. F. Bosch, Lintjjii,
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A Letter About Foods
From Geo. Gussner
WINESAP APPL ES are the only Apple for this season
of the year. These Apples are very sound and guaranteed
to keep two months. We have only a limited supply on
hand, so we urge you to place your order now. We are
selling these Apples at a lower price than they can be
bought for at wholesale.
O A O E S
Orders are now being received by us to be filled from the
carload of Potatoes which is now in transit. These Po
tatoes are Ohios and Early Rose and are the finest grown
Potatoes on the market for table use, or seed.
NOTE TO FARMERS—It has come to my attention that
many farmers, when seeding Potatoes, do not stop to con
sider the kind of Potatoes they are using for seed—just
so they are Potatoes. It is just as important to choose
the kind of Potatoes you use for seed as it is to choose
and test seed grain. Use good seed Potatoes and plant
them in good rich soil, manured and deep plowed.
We are making a specialty of our Meats and selling only
.cuts from good heavy beef—beef that is not shelly.' Try
our Meats and find the difference.
Our Smoked Meats Are Home-Made, Mild Cured
Try our Sausage and Lard. I am giving personal atten
tion to the making of all Sausage, as I know, to have
"Sausage uniform and'right, requires considerable atten
Buy at Retail and Get Wholesale Prices—We Are as Near
to You as Your Phone—We Are Selling Our Groceries at
Rock Bottom Prices.
310 MAIN STREET PHONE 60
In a wealth'©^ most attractive styles
that win fayo^r with every
woman that tfews Jthis handsome as
sortment. Priced at from—
,, $1.25 to $6.75
Has Clear Fie'd.
Frank Milhollan, endorsed Sunday
by the L'ismarck and Grand Forks
trades and labor councils for member
of the state railway commission and
who previously had ree^ved tho en
dorsement of 300 United Mine Work
ers at Wilton, was advised by th«!
Fargo trades and labor council yester
day that W. H. O'Brien. I ho Fat so la
bor candidate, has withdrawn in his
favor, and that the Gate City council
has endorsed him.
April showers wash and clean old
Mother Earth of Winter germs and
impurities. Hollistcr's R6cky Moun
tain Tea does tho same thing for your
Lend Him a Hand
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NOW ON IN FULL FLEDGE
Pile your rogs, bottles, magazines, old rubbish and
junk in one heao and then call us up by phone.
HIGHEST CASH PRICES PAID
BISMARCK IRON & METAL CO.
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Fin)e Hundred. Thousand
American Soldiers in France
We dare not delay the VICTORY now.
American lives are at stake, our own safety, the safety of the
whofe world. If we are not to prolong the slaughter and the suffering, if
we are not to risk defeat or an inconclusive peace, we must act quickly
we must put forth our every efiiort now.
The army is doing its part. Five hundred:
thousand American soldiers are in France today. There will
be more tomorrow. And more the day after. We are going to send ani
army large enough so that when we strike, with our Allies, we can drive
the German hordes back across the Rhine —so that we can win the decisive
VICTORY that will make American freedom safe, and establish a just
and lasting peace.
But the whole nation must take part. Our
armies in France are looking to us to furnish them in ever
greater abundance, the ordnance, the' munitions, the
supplies that will
pccsible. We must not fail them.
The Third Liberty Loan is our share in
the winning of this war. Upon it depends
the safety and success of five hundred
thousand American soldiers in France.
Lend Him a Hand
In Cooperation, with Liberty Loan. Committee this Advertisement is Published by
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stomach, bowels, i)lpqdf -r pjl^lfips,
cleans you through and- through* a
thorough'Spring remedy, 35c. Tea or
7 I'll'ilii I/'
BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA
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