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SATURDAY, AUGUST 31,1918 CROP TURNING OUT AHEAD OF Yield in Vicinity of Anamoose Much Better Than Year -Ago GOOD SRIRIT IS CREATED Cooperation of Town-Folk Re flected. in Closer Umjer-, standing (Special to The Bismarck Tribune) Anamoose, N. D., Aug. 31.—Harvest ing in this section of the state is fin ished and threshing has a good start, the yeld of wheat, rye and oats thus far threshed is a trifle better than was expected. Rye yields run from seven to fifteen bushels per acre, the yield of wheat will be of a greater range, pos sibly from five to twenty bushels, and oats from ten to forty-five and possi bly fifty bushels per acre. This year's crop will be much better than last year's. Not a single I. W. W. has visited this section. The peo ple from town, including boys and girls from twelve to fifteen years, women from all professions and ranks and practically every able-bodied man, young and old, have seen many hours of "actual service" in the harvest fields embracing a territory as far as sixteen miles'out town. (A number of our business and professional men have for the time being closed their places of business and offices and are out pitching bundles, either at thresh ing or stacking. The farmers are not only willing to pay good wages, but greatly appreciate this co-operative spirit and action from the town folk, and through these means, there jias been brought about a better spirit of good fellowship. At the same time, )undreds of dollars that in the past have been carried away by the tran sient laborer is now retained^at home, most of which will be donated to the Red Cross and to help buy government bonds, backing the "boys over there." buy w. s. s.—— GOVERNMENT AIDS WITH AIRPLANES. Through the co-operation of the United States government, a fleet of auO aeroplanes will be seen in "To Helle with the Kaiser," a Screen Classics, Inc., heart-drama, which is booked for early showing at the pop ular Qrpheum theatre. Lawrence Grant. Olive Tell and a company of 2,000 comprise the cast of this mam moth picture. "To Hell with the Kaiser" will be seen at the Orpheuin next Monday, Teusday and Wednesday. BUY *. A. s. NO MORE AUTOMOBILES. The unexpected action of the war industries board in advising the auto mobile manufacturers two weeks ago that after January 1 no more touring cars could 'be built, has thrown a sud den chill over this gf-eat industry, now tSe third largest in the United States. The factories hag already volunteered a further cut of 50 per cent in pro duction, but this was not CQnsidered sufficient. From now on the familiar sight of shiny new cars will gradual ly disappear from our streets, and in their place, mammoth Liberty motors will go roaring over the Atlantic to drive the Hun from the face of the earth. (Aeroplanes are already cross ing the ocean from Newfoundland to Ireland in twenty-four hours.) It will be somewhat of a novelty to not be a-ble to figure on /e new car for next season. Those who are far sighted are already hastening to place their orders for cars this fall. Prices are jumping and in another sixty days it will no doubt cost a consider able advance to get possession of an automobile. ^Next year second hand cars will be at a premium, and already this class of merchandise has taken a decided raise. -»U* W. S-- TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTED—Ybung man wjio can drive carg. Corwin Mptor CJ. 8 31 tf •uv w. s. FOR SALE—At a great, bargain, a nearly new shotgun with sole' leath er caste. Call 362. 8 31 It HjUY W. S. S. AGENTS WANTED—Men or women, fine proposition. Take orders for an article in great demand right now and hard to get we can sup ply. Big returns, no competition. An easy seller everywhere. Want only one representative in each community. Write quick for partic ulars. S. E. Stulzf'2043 Main street, Kansas City, Mo. 8 31 It 1UV W. S 5 WANTED—Two dining room "iris. Homan's Cafe. 8 31 2t —BUY w. s. ADD LAWLESSNESS The strike of the members of the SLondon police force has been set tled. ———»uv w. s. s. Poetry Best When Read Aloud, To the average person, poetry never iiems so real nor so beautiful when read to oneself it requires ah appre ciative reader to bring out the thoughts and preserve the charm of the rhythm. Stirriug stories and poems are remembered longer when read aloud, and surely those of us wh» were brouht up on_ Dickers, Thackeray and Scott remember best, not those stories we read by ourselves, but rather those which were read aloud by a loved but lost voice In the home. Unskilled 8upplicatiori. A Scotch minister was- asked to pray for rain and his prayer was fol lowed by such a downpour that the crops were injured. During the storm one old farmer said: to another: "This comes o' trusting sic a request to a meenister who isna acquaintit wl ag riculture."—Boiston .Evening Tran script "TO HELL WITH THE KAISER" With Laurence Grant as the "Beast'' at the Orpheum next Monday, Tues day and Wednesday. JUDSON, WOMAN IS SUMMONED Mrs. M. C. Pousand of Judson, aged 31, passed away here-today, leaving an tifant ,born a few weeks ago. The deceased had 'been slowly sinking since the birth of her baby. The re mains were sent this afternoon to Jud son near which place M. C. Pousand- is engaged in farming, and funeral serv ices will xbe held there tomorrow. -UU.Y w. s. s.- Reported German Chancellor May Resign Position London, Aug. 31.—It is rumored in Berlin, according to dispatches to Am sterdam that Chancellor Von Hertiing will resign because of advanced age and ill health and that he will be suc ceeded by S. Von Soss, the foreign secretary. DAWSON CROPS ARE BEST EVER Rev. Davis of the Dawson Congre gational church who Is also -Capt. Davis of the Dawson home guard and Chair- :tnan Davis of the Dawson council of defense, in the city tis week reports that crops in the vicinity of Dawson aro exceptionally good. Wheat, he states, is running as high as 20 bushel to the acre, and it is of an unusually good quality. Mtich of the flax in the Dawson vicinity will run 20 bushels and better, and the farmers generally will receive more money lor their crops than even, before. -BUY W. S. S.- EQUIP GERMAN NAVY WITH GIANT GUNS (By Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n.) Rome, Aug. 31.—The Corriere d'lt alia learns that the Germans, in con templation of a sea attack, are arm ing their cruisers with guns capable of firing twice as far as the most pow erful guns on any enemy warship. BUY W. S. S "MARSEILLAISE" IS SUNG IN GERMANY. (By Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n.) Amsterdam, Aug. 31.—The Hamburg Nahcrichten reports the singing of the "Marseillaise" in Baden by a group of visiting Germans. The authorities and newspapers were amazed on hear ing of it and ascribed it to a group of despicable internationals. IJIiY W. S. BEGGARS GETTING RICK IN LONDON (By Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n.) London, Aug. 31,—At arecent report of the London Mendicity Society it was stated that_ more than $r»00 000 was yearly given away to beggars in London streets. On such a basis it is probable that the average London beggar makes more than the average working mtfi. BUY W. S. S. THOSE STORM WINDOWS. Now is the time to have your storm windows overhauled and repaired be fore we get busy. See Fauncete Fourth street. Also have your auto shields repaired. I have all sizes to roplace 'broken lights. ..Lowest prices guaranteed. Faunce's Fourth street. ,( 8 31 9 2 W 9 5 B'JY 'V. E. 3. Translations. Translations are like 'photographs: best for rcproduc:?.^ drawings and worst for sunsets. It is as though one who could not see the French rathe ilrals or the Pyramids should acquaint himself with good paintings of them.' But they are not the cathedrals or the Pyramids. They are the next best thing, unless, ns may be Ihe case, the tales of travelers are better. These, too are not the'original, but a teach er's interpretation—sometimes very good and sometimes not.—Andrew. F. West. "GOVERNOSSLADY" The wife of Governor Northey of British East Africa is serving in a hcjpitai in France. 1 SATURDAY EVENlJNlTER I regret to say that we -have still undecided 35 cases that were argued and submitted months ago some cases of importance that were submit ted over a year ago. We have alsc 100 appeals not yet argued or sub mitted. Of these fifteen cases have been set for argument commencing September 10th. All the other cases should be set for October or Novem ber, so that there may be justice with out delay. In the first week of August at the Grand Pacific hotel in Bismarck, the State Bar Association had a meeting and a banquet with no stimulant ex cept roast beef, coffee 'and cold wa ter. Though there was no flowing bowl the usual flowing speeches were ijiade and tne devil was soundly pounded on the back. There was no resolution commending the judges for keeping up with their work and de ciding every appeal within thirty days sifter its submission. There was no speech or resolution pointing the way to any concrete specific reform of the judiciary or\the judicial system. There was no resolution proposing any amendment to any law or any rule of court. Indeed, as I think, the Bar as sociation cannot show that it has ever done a thing to secure any reform or any amendment of either the law or the court practice. It makes no at BIS DAILY TRIBUNE By Justice J. E. Rcj August 31, 1918—During August the Supreme Court judges have been on a vacation or in the harvest fields. Now by next Monday morning we ex-» pect that all the judges will return and try to make up for lost time and work faithfully during business hours from 9 a. m. to 5 p. in. We want to clear the slate so that our Chiet jus tice may retire with credit and with flying colors and not like his imme7 diate .predecessors, of whom one left 150 ami the othier 192 appeals unde cided. tempt |the curse denounced againsjo load men with bur-1 dens tfevous to be borne. In Mjt seems, the Supreme Court |i to keep up with its work' t|de nearly every case within pys after its submis sion. proper statute and a few shjfmple rules, when an appeal 5the notice of appeal and thking or a copy, is at once tj to the Supreme Court, ithin thirty days the appell.tprint and serve his brief ather party must do likewis&se is then set down for ar'i A daily Conference followrfment the judges go over e.|while it is fresh in their ij, as the chief jus tice ceiecision is .rarely de layed U11 a month. Why do w£ not^ their eaxample? I put thu our bad court rules, HE !T DROP I_ANY MORE "My suffered terribly from and liver trouble, which (ch bloating of gas as to serject his heart. Doc tors \v£ that he might drop dead aae from this trouble. A frieieveland advised him to tak( Wonderful Remedy, and siijj it 4 months ago, he is feeliji youne man again. All his ate surprised at his appearais a simple, harmless prepara removes the catarrh al mueiie intestinal tract and allays tunation which causes practiciiomach, liver and in testinal), including 'appendi citis. (will convince or mon ey refu ., •i-r Arrangement been made whereby on and after fember 1, the Capital Steam Laundrtd the Golden West Laundry of Mi will operate as one plant, all workg done by the Capital A Steam Laundr^ismarck. This plan wi|e no effect on the ef ficiency of theital Steam Laundry on the contrary, tljjnagement of the Capi tal Steam Laurjvishes to assure its patrons that th^rk will be up to their usual startdar(|d efficiency will be their by-word. The well knGtandard of our DRY CLEANING FAMILY WASHING DEPAflTMEr will be maintained. Oiir plans as pted will insure every convenience toniiany patrons. is I PHONE 96 I PHONE 684® which -we seem powerless to improve. Perhaps it may be different when we are olc^r perhaps, after the election. Perliaps, the next legislature may do something for the cause. Istill have faith in a law requiring each judge to bive a sworn statement of his daily service during each motnh before re ceiving a voucher for his monthly pay. Without someaccounting or re porting, it is folly to evjr look for any real efficiency in the public service. BUY w. s. s. BETTERS FROM "SOMEWHERE" I N A N E FROM REO KNAUoo. Somewhere in France, July 22, 1018. My Erear Friend: Thought I'd drop you a line to let you know tliat I am now over in France and am getting along fine. Suppose Dakota is dry again this year too. I hope it isn't but I can hardly believe otherwise when I see how dry things are here. Eyerything is dry here except the river and the French men's stomachs. We are located Mn an old town, many ecnturies old and one of the streets is named after a Frenchman whr delivered it from some invaders in the year 1439. I was taking in the sigts, not pret ty ones either, in a French hospital the other evening and a couple of American nurses, one from Philadel phia and oiflfc from Chicago, came along and wanted to adopt me for work in the* American section. Of course I was more than willing but after conferring with my lieutenant I found to my regret that we were tp be transferred in a few days and that I'd have to go along with the bunch. I have not found it difficult to un derstand the French pecuniary yv tem as I remember some of tit boys writing about, but I do find it difficult not to be cheated by them. However we don't mind that as long as we get Laundk of Mandan and Bismarck imbine for Duration of the War Teetthe necessities for wartime economy Id in the conservation of fuel and duplicated expense lotect industries against drain on manpower HI in line with the national policy of consolidation. It is in this spirit jie consolidation of the Bismarck and Mandan laundries has been brought about and for the further reason !"V '"v" what we want. France seems .to have a peculiar liking for the Ameri cans and displays an entirely differ ent attitude toward us than toward 'the English or Italians. Am learning a little French every day now and can decipher enough of a newspaper to understand what is be ing narrated. My latin course in high school has helped mo wonderfully in this. Well, I hope things are going on ATTEND THE MISSOURI SLOPE FAIR Mandan, N. D., Sept. 10,11, 12—The Pa triotic Fair PREMIUM LIST FEATURES Premiums for Red Cross Work. Premiums for County Displays. Premiums for Community Exhibits from Morton County. Premiums for all kinds of War Cookery and war lime needle work. Liberal premiums for all classes of live stock, farm and garden products. Boys and Girl's Club Exhibits. Red Cross Auction Sale on last day. Premiums paid in cash or in War Savings Stumps at the option of the exhibitor. TIMELY DEMONSTRATIONS OF FOOD CONSERVATION INCLUDING Wheat Rust Demonstration. Grain Grading Demonstration. Demonstration on Canning and Drying Vegetables. Farm Machinery Display and Plowing Demonstration and Contests. A BIG PROGRAM OF ENTERTAINMENT Has been prepared, including races of all kinds. MAGNIFICENT FIREWORKS DISPLAYS. FREE ATTRACTIONS CAVALRY DRILLS, CHARGES, Roman Standing Races, Hurdle races, and expert riding exhibitions by the STEEL HOME GUARD CAVALRY TROOP AN ORGANIZATION OF EXPERT HORSEMEN, The action has been taken in line with recommendations of the National Laundry- mens association, which says in a recent bulletin: "Conservation is the order of 1 the day. We are asked and expected to conserve fuel. We are asked and ex pected to conserve manpower. We are asked and expected to conserve paper, 1 1 twine, boxes, soaps, sodas, starch bleach ing and, scouring materials and it is in cumbent upon us to bend our energy to ward co-operation with each other and the government in order that we may assist the government with its program ofv suc cessful prosecuting the war". belived that by adopting this method better service, during the war, can be rendered. The Gden West Laundry Company T. J. LOGAN, Prop. TI, Capital Steam Laundry B. COUCH, 1 MANDAN N. D. p,»P. BISMARCK, N. D. THREE as usual in Bismarck and that I, my seif, may be there at l^ast by Christ mas. /. From your friend, REO L. KNAUoS. -BUY S. S.- Dcnt. Never tell a ci\y girl that she has complexion like strawberries (ad vises Matei'£uiui!us). She knows that strawberries come In a box, too.