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'jfcfe MAYOR LUCAS ASKS CITY TO AID BIG FETE TK)/ Calls Upon Citizens to Join in "Celebration of Loyalty Week Beginning July 1st NO CRACKERS FOR FOURTH Sale of Fireworks and Noise Makers Banned by State and Federal Governments PROCLAMATION Whereas the North Dako ta Council. of Defense has designated the week begin ning July 1 as Loyalty Week, and Whereas this patriotic oc casion will bring to the Cap ital City hundreds of war workers from all parts of North Dakota, and Whereas it is incumbent upon the Capital City to set an example for the state in the manifestation of loyalty and patriotism, Therefore,'as president of the city commission of Bis marck, I do hereby urge and recommend that every pub lic building, business house and private home in the city be dressed with the national colors during this week, and that $teps be taken to appro priately decorate the streets, and to provide for our guests a cordial welcome upon their arrival and adequate enter tainment during their stay. Dated June 22, 1918. A. W. LUCAS, President of Bismarck City Commission. Official cognizance of the big Loyal ty Week celebration which is expected to bring to Bismarck hundreds of war workers under the auspices of the fX'orth Dakota Council of Defense was taken by Mayor- A. W. Lucas today, when\he issued a formal proclamation calling upon the people of Bismarck to dress up for thin occasion and to sustain the city's reputation for hos pitality and patriotism. An ^entire week will be devoted to conferences and meetings of war work ers and patriotic organizations, and it expected by the Council of Defense that every county in the state will be represented. Monday,.July J, has been uejgignated as War Savings Day Tues day, July 2, as Red Cross day Wed nesday, July 3, as tractor day, upon which occasion at least thirty great tractor manufacturers are expected to dentoiistrate the ability of their ma chines Thursday July 4, will be marked with a genuine, old-time American patriotic celebration of our S3' rr*HE With! national birthday, with an assembly of home guard units from all parts of the Slope, bands, women's home guard companies, boy scouts, camp fire girls and other semi-military and patriotic organizations Friday, July 5, will be federal labor reserve day, when a state-wide conference will be called of the committees which are to supply North* Dakota's need for 75,000 volun teer harvesters, and Saturday, July C, will be County Councils of Defense Day. For The Red Cross. George V. Halliday, director of pub licity for the North Dakota Council of Defense, has announced that the net proceeds from the week's exhibition here of the Wortham shows will be tendered the Red Cross. The Boy Scouts will be ticket-takers for the week, and the ticket-sellers will tend er in change, whenever a quarter is called for, a War Savings Stamp of that denomination. It is Anticipated that several thousand dollars' worth of War Savings Stamps will /be dis posed of in this way. War conferences will be held in the Auditorium, the Commercial, club rooms, and. if the crowds are big enough to demand it, in the house chamber af the capit61 each day. It is anticipated that the tractor demon stration alone will bring to the city 10,000 farmers and their families from the Slope. Local business men are readily co operating with the state council of defense in assisting to provide enter tainment for the thousands of visit ors which these meetings will attract to the city, and the week promises to be one of the busiest and most in teresting the capital city ever has en joyed. BUY W. S. S. Hagenback Circus Wipe? Out in Rear End Wreck Today (Continued From Page One.)_ among~12o or more injured would swell the list to 63 or 70. Deranged members of the show were found wan dering in the woods. Wipes Out Roster. The roster of performers of the Hagenbecks-Wallace show was prac tically wiped out by death and injur ies in a rear end collision on the Mich igan Central railroad at Ivanhoe, a small station near Gary, Ind., at 4:30 a. m. today. Six hours after the wrack eight bod ies had been taken to morgues and 25 persons were missing and believed to have been incinerated in the wreck which burned for hours. One hundred and twenty-five injured persons were taken to hospitals at Gary. Twenty others were brought to Hammond, Ind. At Gary it was said that 28 of the injured could not survive and 6 at Hammond were reported beyond hope of recovery. •Manager Gollmar of the show esti BISMARCK trench, which always encircled the Roman cas J. tra, or camp, was brought to France by ulius Caetar and used by him on the, very battlefield where to-day (he Alliesand Are Huns have 25,000 miles of trenches. of trenches, gradually drawn smaller, probably-the first modern trench warfarie, the Turks in 1667 tbok Candia. Vauban, builder of Verdun, in 1673 employed the first parallel trenches, the system'of the present war.'v Defeat, not foresight, turned the Germans to trench warfare But Goodrich never had to dig in. Since twenty-two years ago Goodrich manufactured the first American pneumatic automobile tire, Goodrich ha'driven ahead to'the bigrgraceful masterful— But whether Goodrich was revolutionizing tire manu facture by bringing forth the first American dincher tire— Or originating the one practical non-slcid, tlie cross bar, safety*tread, or tough black tread rubbed—, Goodrich built tires to one end-SERVLCE VALUB —what they are worth to the motorist on his car end on the road in COMFORT of an easier riding car— ECONOMY in gasoline saved,-and LONG MILEAGE. jv Small difference whether you buy GOODRICH SILVERTOWN CORDS, or BLACK SAFETY TREADS, you get SERVICE ur VALUE TIRES. V,' THE B. F. GOODRICH RUBBER CO. *'F&g®-Branch: 12-14 Roberts St., Targo, N. D. j. 1 •if mated that the death list would reach 67. Mr. Gollmar named the following among the missing believed to be dead: Kooney family, bareback riders Meyers family, animal trainers Cot trell family, bareback riders Art Dar ick, strong man, died in hospital Mrs. Jennes Codd, Bloomington, Jll., per former, died on relief train. Rosie lloseland, equestrienne Donovan fam ily, elephant trainers Robert Ellis and wife, aerialists Joseph Coyle, clown, -irs. Coyle and two children, said to have died on relief train. ESTIMATES VARY. Gary, Ind., June 22.—Estimates of the dead in the Michigan Central wreck near Ivanhoe vary'from 100 to 130. The wreckage caught fire, destroying many bodies. Fifty-nine injured have been brought to hospi tals here. Fourteen injured persons from the wrecked circus train were brought to a hospital here. Ed Ballard, owner of the circus, es timated the dead at «0 and the injur ed at 73. A number of valuable horses are believed to have perished also. Engineer Found. Hammond, Ind., June 22.—Deputy Coroner Green said at noon that the engineer and fireman of the empty train had been fonud, but that he would not divulge their story «1 the cause of the wreck until the inquest, date for which was not yet set. Hs said tjjat 21 bodies had been taken from the debris. CZAR NICHOLAS TRANSFERRED Berne, Switzerland, June 22.^Ex Emperor Nicholas has been transfer red to Moscow from Yekaterinburg, which was no longer safe, owing-to the movement among the Czecho slovaks, according to the Zeitung Am Mittag of Berlin. -BUY \v. s. FOR STATE'S ATTORNEY. .7. X. McCarter, candidate for the office of state's attorney on the Repub lican ticket. Will appreciate your support at the primaries, June 26. 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T- CALUMET BAKING POWDER CO. 1 •v' contains only such ingredients as have been approved under the Acts of wholesomeness of foods. Calumet Baking Powder Has been selected by the GOVERNMENT for use in the ARMY and NAVY. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1918. Irish home rule and conscription'as CATHOLIC RECTOR DEAD. postponed, but in nowise abandoned. Dubuque la., June 22.—The Most the Times says it understands. Con- Reverend John Joseph Keane, former acrlniton will not bo withdrawn nor rector of the Catholic University of will oforts be relaxed to frame a America and retired arch-bishop..of message of self government tor Ire- Dubuque died atjf 30 a. m. todajr. The r.MA»nl •11 -I". •1V. My- A +,4. ur ID tinM navt WAilnfliBitov funeral will be held next Wednesday. I is J-f i-.iv t. vf .Kt'TftC ijii .v tmcai •Hi. YV* 'I -.J. -r T" i- J.