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MONDAY, SEPT. 16, 1918.:
101 PERCENT
OF ESTIMATE
1
.Washington, ,D. C.,_ Sept 16.—Re­
turns from the registration last Thurs­
day on the basis of a few states com­
plete and partial returns from all oth­
ers indicated t^e total would'be 101
per cent of the estimated 13,000,000.'
iiitw.t.1-*—
BUT ONE NORTH
DAKOTAN LISTED
Ottawa. Ont., Sept. 16.— A Canaa
iari casualty list issqed today con­
tained the following list: K. ASH
MAiN, BUXTON. D.
#1!* W. S
TREASURER'S REPORT.
For Bismarck, Special school "District
No. 1, county of BUrleigh, state on
North Dakota, for the year 1917-1918:
Receipts,
A. Cash on hand including
sinking fund, at beginning I
of school year, July 1,.
1918
1. total atnount received
during year front appor­
tionment of state tuition
.fund
•'!.. Amount received dur­
ing year from taxes lev­
ied by district board..
4. Amount received dur­
ing year from old lumber
sold
5. Amount received dur­
ing year into sinking
fund for interest .. ....,
!. Amount received dur­
ing year bank interest..
7. Amount received du?-,
ing year from state aid..
9. Total receipts for year
]0. Grand total receiDts
for year, including cas|i
on han) July 1, 1917....
Athe
$ 48,348.5 1
17*261.85*
394.57
10.00
.311.20
487.45
733.00
65,698...
114,046.61
Expenditures.
1. Amount paid during
year for school 'houses,
sites and permanent im
'".prov^ments I
z.'. Amount paid during
yeafr 'for apparatus
3. Atoquut paid during
year for teachers' sal­
aries
4. Amount paid during
year for salaries and ex­
penses of school offisers
5. Amount paid during
year (or interest on bonds
and warrants
8. Amount paid during '.
year for library books
and text books
10. Amount paid during
year to county treasurer
on account of teachers'
retirement fund
7,296.80
1
135.13
36,502.57
383.75
3,200.00
1,030.27
v...
11.' Amount paid during'
jtear for incidental ex­
penses
12. Total expenditures for
year
Cash on hand, 1n'clud:
ing sinking fund. June 30
1 9 1 8
14. Grand total expendi­
tures and cash on hand
to balance above total
.. receipts ... —.. •.,
262.4S
18.040.3S
66,851.98
47,194.63
$114,046.61
Relating to Sinking Fund.
1.' Amount of sinking fan
•intreasury July 1. 1917-• S 14,126.00
2. Amount received into
and transferred to "the
'SINKING
fund during the
year 1,352.26
Total $ -5,478.26
4. 'Bklance in siiiking fund
iAftie 30, 1918 .......... $ 15,478.26
JOHN A. LAHSOX.
Treasurer of Bismarck Special
School District No. ».
Approved this 11th day of Septem­
ber. 1918.
By order of the district sclyjol
board.
I' CEO."P. WILL, Pres.
Attest'
RICHARD PEXWARDEX. Clerk.
Clerk'* Statement of ^Indebtedness of
District.
Total amount. of warrants
outstanding June 30, 1918 $ 154.60
Total amount of bonds out­
standing June 30. 1918.. 80,000.00
*IS
Ivjc. Total indebtedness of
y'!
district June 30,
1918... 80.154.60
!. Approved this. 11 th day of Septem
ttor, 1918.
B*y order of "the district school
board:
R. PENWARDEN, Clerk.
Miscellaneous Items in Detail.
1917-18.
Teachers' wages $ 345.502.57
Sites' and furniture ...... 7,296.80
School officers 388.75
Laboratory supplies .....
1306.36
Janitors '4,187j50
Painting and repairing ... 239.25
Insurance 2.575,66
Electric lighting and power 479.90
Manual training 264.46
/Gas and domestic science 249.77
:Hardware
576.61
Books 1030.2'i
Muslq, map, globe, oiano
rep. etc 234.08
Water
Coal ....'
Fumigation
Stationery, magazines ,inK.
etc...
Printing
Floor dressing, etc ...../
Freight
Dray.lce .hauling ashes
Telephone service
Kxpress .and t^grisms ..
Rental ......:v ..
Enumerating census
Taxes
Kindergarten supplies
Thrift stamps
Pictures .'
Lauadry
Lumber, cement, labor ..
Typewriter supplies .......
Programs, invitkHoos.'dl
pjonias
Election and ntotfs wr
'Mr.. Martin expense, cash
Miscellaneous
Total
•o
686.7$
2,223.01
76.10
510.45
63.1a
202.80
117.38
189.06
73.95
115.46
""1,050.00
160.00
763.09
223.30
100.00
55.00
,4 47.23
92.38
25.59
177.42
22.»0
248.54
255.01
$ 6^542
•UV W, *.
TOO LATK TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT—Apartment furnished or
unfurnished. f*lL fcfcwreen
and noon or Mtfcien and 5 p. m.
.Mrs. F. K. Young, 6HF, 5th afreet.
9 16 3t
1PY W,
BOARD AlNT) ROOM at the DunA
raven. You'll like It Very reasoft
%iie jaj&s,
L_R\
The program for the remainder o£
the week follows:
Friday Morning, September 20.
9:00—Opening Devotions, Topic:
"Our Christian Warfare," Rev. Xelle
M. Osmun, Hurdsfield.
9:30—'Convention called to order by
the president, Mrs. Elizabeth Preston
Anderson.
Unfurling of Old Glory.
Salute to the flag, led tyy Mrs. R. M.
Pollock.
Salute: "I pledge allegiance to iny
flag and to the Republic for which ir,
stands, one nation, indivisible, with
liberty and'Justice for a!l."
Singing. "America.1*
Reading of Crusade Plalm.
Crusade hymn.
Roll call. Response with words of
cheer and comfort.
Appointment of committees on cre­
dentials, courtesies, messages, mem­
bership, subscriptions to official pa­
pers
10:00—Report of (executive commit­
tee.
I,T
1
Reports of officers
Corresponding secretary. Mrs. Bar
oara H. Wylie.
Acting treasurer, Mrs. Kate S.
Wilder.
Auditor.'
Secretary Willard Union, Mrs. L. L.
Muir. I
Music.
11.00—Memorial service, conducted
by Mrs. Elizabeth L. P.aughman,
Grand Forks.
'Noontide prayer.
Adjournment.
Friday Afternoc*.
1:30—Patriotic song drill—Musical
director. "The Star Spangled Banner"
and "America" sung from memory.
fuf
MCMit.
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SUBJECTS OF WARTIME INTEREST
FEATURE W. C. T. U. STATE MEETING
A Hoover banquet will usher in the 3:45—Introduction
29th annual convention of the North' hostesses.
Dakota W. C. T. U. in Bismarck on
Thursday evening.' ^irs. Elizabeth
Preston Andersou of Fargo, state pres­
ident and national v:ce president, will
preside. Addresses of welcome will
be made for the state by Governor
Frazier, for. the city by George X. Ken
iston, secretary of the Bismarck Com­
mercial club for the churches by Dr.
\V. J. Hutcheson of McCabe M. K..
for the school^,.by Supt. J. M. Martin
for the district by Mrs. A. S. Hoff­
man and for the local union by Mrs.
William Suckow. Responses will be
made by iMrs.. Fred M. Wanner, state
vice president Miss A. Roberta Gwy
ther of Fort Rice and Mrs.. Ella M.
Shippy of Hope.
I
Prayer—Mrs. J. M. Taylor, "Bis­
marck.
1:45—Patriotic congress. General
Topic: How My Department Responds
to the Xation's X'eed.
True Americans, Mrs. Julia D. Nel­
son.
A Spiritual Awakening, Mrs. J. "W.
Hilborn.
Training of Mothers and Conserva­
tion of Childhood, Mrs. Lulu W. Zim­
an
Sound Minds in Sound Bodies, Mrs.
Mazie Stevens,
Reconstructed'Social Life, Mrs. N. C.
Macdonald.
Scientific Investigation, Mrs. Lillle
B. Smith.
2:15—Physical drill, conducted »y
Mrs. Frank Beasley.v
The White Ribbon Bulletin: Its Pa­
triotic Value, by the editor, Mrs. R. M.
Pollock.
2:45—Soldiers and Sailofs Welfare
Hdur. In charge of Mrs. Kate S, Wild­
er. department superintendent. Fath­
ers and mothers of enlisted men, in­
vited gufests.
Community singing, in charge of
Mrs. Walter R. Keed.
Summary of work.
Cohferehce by delegates: What We
Have Done for War Work. What War
has Done for Us.
Plans tor future work. »l
•Solo and convention chorus: "Keep
th£ Home Fires Burning."^
Dedication of service flag. Address
by Mrs. Kate S. Wilder.
Music.
Short speech, Mrs. R. M. Pollock.
Annual address of the state presi­
dent. Mrs. Elizabeth Preston Ander­
son.
Introduction of presidents of banner
unions and districts.
Presentation of prizes.
Singing—America. Adjournment.
Saturday Morning, September 21.
y.OO—Morning call to prayer, .lead­
er. Mrs. Minnie S. Riley, president
Jamestown union.
Salute to the flag.
Reading of Minutes.
9:30—Symposium—The Districts'
contribution to the.year's harvest:
First district. Mrs. Necia E. B'uck.
Second district, Mrs. Margaret A.
Garry.
Third district.. Miss Mary M. Carey.
Fourth district, Mrs. Lydia Hender­
son.
Fifth district, Mrs. Nina C. Alger.
Ninth district, Mrs. Hattie M. Wil­
son.
10:00—Physical drill, Mrs. Beasley.
Report of credentials committee.
Prayer.
Election of officers.
Election of delegates to national
convention.
11:00—Pledges for stale work.
11:15-r-Report of L. T. L. secretary,
Miss Gladys M. Powell.
Report of Y. P. B. secretary, Mrs.
Edha F. Salmons.
Discussion.
12:00—'Noontide prayer, Miss Ruby
Shuman.
Adjournment.
Saturday Afternoon.
1:33—Community sjnging.
Praye hymns, sentonca prayers,
leader, Mrs. A. E. M.. Bolton. James­
town.
2:00—iOur official organs—The
Union Signal and Young Crusader
Miss Mae Halcrow.
2:15—Patriotic congress. Topic:
How My Department Responds to the
Xation's Need.
Woman's Ballot «id National Con­
stitutional Prohibition, Mrs. Ella M.
Shippy.
The Bible as a Text Book, Mrs. Ab
bie W. H. Best.
i''lower Mission and Relief Work,
Miss M. Inezz Lee.
2:30—The Eleventh District's Con­
tribution to the Year's Harvest, Mrs.
A. S. Hoffman-.
The Twelfth District's Contribution
to the Year's Harvest, Mrs..F. M. Wan­
ner. V,
The Thirteenth District's Contribu­
tion to the Year's Harvesters. H. W.
Lampson.
2:45—Physical drill, Mrs. Beasley.
The Cigarette Question—How May
We Stem the TJde. Miss Mary M.
Carey.
Discussion,
3:15—Round table on Law Enforce­
ment. conducted by Attorney General
Wm. Langer.
3.45—Introduction of visitors and
fraternal delegated.
4:00—Adjournment.
Delegates are invited to attend $ re­
ception at the Governor's mansion.
Hostess, Mrs. Lynn J. Frazier.
Saturday Evening.
Patriotic Cooperating Meeting!:"
30—Community singiag.
8:00—Scripture lesson and prayer,
Mirs. F. M. Wanner.
Sholrt g^dresses: Mrs. Fred Conklin,
Mrs Robert^enttenaihgj Fargo, for
tlM: for,Womejji.eagne.
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
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of convention
Adjournment.
""4:U0—A trip to the state capitol.
Friday Evening—Recognition Night.
7:31—Community siuging.
8:00—ScriDture lesson and prayer,
.-rs. Wm. Suckow.
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"'Select Reading—
Icy.
Short addresses': 'ReV. F. L. \Vat
kins, lor the State Enforcement
league.
rs. Margaret C. Mums, for the Xa
tional Woman's Chrisiian Temperanco
Union.
Music.
Short address: Mrs. Eli'/.abelh L.
Baughman.
Vocal Solo—Mrs. Walter R, Reed.
/Ain'ericsi.- Benediction, Kev. Air.
SUutzz.
Sunday Afternoon.
Presbyterian Church.
present.
3:00—Children's Rally in charge of
Miss Louise E. Hollister, national W.
C. T. IJ. organizer. All the children
in the city are cordialij- invited to be th" Year's Harvest—
Sunday Evening.
Union'Service in tH4!'l#(uditorium^
1,18:00—Operiliig
Hynih"'All Hail ithe
^Power of Jt'sus' Xam^i
Scripture Lesson. Jtev H. C. Pos-1
a it
Prayer, Uev. W. J. Hulcheson. D. D. 1
Music.
Short address: How a National Or-!
ganizer May Help Win the War.vMian
Louise E. Hollister.
Congregational singing.
Address: Women and the War, Mrs.,
Margaret. C. Mums.
Salute to the flag.
Win the War—
Miss Nellie M. Osmun.
Mrs. I.illie L'. Bowers.
Mrs. Julia D. Nelson.
9:&0—Patriotic Congress: How My
Department Responds to the Nation's
Need—
tj. Clarke.
THE STORE
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Beae-j The Press as a Moral Uplift, Mrs.
C!oMfereuce of district presidents.
Topic1 Mv Dislrict's Contriliution to
Mrs. Myrtle.E- Phillips, for the Mtli.
Mrs. Kate S. Wilder, tor the 15th.
Mrs. Elizabeth L. Laughman. for the
mh.
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Vrs. Frank Beasley, for the 17th.
Mrs. H. E. Best, for the I Sib.
Mrs Ida M. SIfford, for the :J(»th.
11:00—'Reports of committees.
Our goal and slogan for lf*l!.
I'Tifin''«bed lm«iness.
Noontide prayer.
12 '1—Final adjournment.
Oil Mo'iilw afer'ion-i a
Closing Hymn.
Benediction—Rev. E. F. Alfson.
Monday Morning.
9:00—Devotional service, Miss Mary you need something to regulate your
M. Carey. ,r\ system. If your bowels are k1ukrH i.
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scientifically. Results guaranteed.
Jos. Breslow's.
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Pershing's Drive on the St. Mihiel Sector, Threatens the Great German Fortress-City of Metz. Birdsview map shows gain made in Great American
Drive Made Last Week.'
FONT6NOY
n"
the executime com»r''tee will 1" lio11
Arrangements are being made f.)'- d''
egates to visit the state penitentia'T.
food distresses you, vou»- kidneys nnin.,
Heading of Journal. take Hollister Rocky Mountain Tcj.|
How a Field-Worker has Helped to Nature's wondrous herbs blended
GLASS! GLASS! GLASS!
For all purpores. Shield glass cut
and set on short notice. Call on or
address K. L. Faunce. Fourth street.
Bismarck. Lowest prices guaranteed.
0 14 St
Open Doors of Opportunity.
Mrs.<p></p>JOHNSONS
esMon.
MAIZI
OUY.
NAVILLE
MNE
COLUMBIANS NAME
Augusta Manson. VF AD'6 niT'i^TPl^'RG
Medicine Chests, .Mrs. A. 10. M. Bol- 1 O Ul
ton.
Educating for Citizenship. Miss Xel-jI Bismarck Council a'o. 1 CD-I. Knights
lie M. Osmun.
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Rescuing the Perishing. Mrs. Anna
M. Warren.
Temperance Training in Sunday
School, Miss Mary M. Carey.
The Truth Declared, Miss Emma
Lo('W wood.
The Xext Crusade. Mrs.. W. E.
L'ln
lr:0"—Physical drill.
1
Financial secretary—H. M. Hanson.
Recording secretary—Thomas Shee
han.
Warden—Harry 13. lioinan.
Chancellor—George V. Cunningham.
Driscoll.
Advocate—Leo C. Brodcrick, Man
dan.
Treasurer—Francis Hallorau.
inner guard—H. A. Mclntyre, Men­
cken.
Outer guard—Matt lloespflug.
Trustees—T. 13. Flaherty, Joseph D.
Icalow.
These officers will be installed at
the first meeting to be held hi Octo
he
D.
A.
"Y" Blanks Here.
Chairman .1. L. Bell has just receiv­
ed. application blanks and other ne­
cessary forms for women who wish
to enroll for Y. M. C. a. work over­
seas, and he urges that anyone who
is interested ^ommunicate with him.
r* .-MiSQ
4poi»«u:
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C°'umlius, at its annual meeting
last week elected for the ensuing year
the following officers:
Grand knight —P. J. Cahill, Wilton.
Deputy grand knight—'Paul E. 'La
France.
was
c. .-.i
R. DAY AT
COUNTRY CLUB
.Viiis'-osbe chapter. Daughters of
the Am-ricai! Revolution will observe
i"- Red Cross day at the Bismarck
)un'ry flu 'j Tuesday afternoon, when
all members of the local chanter and
visiting Daughters are invited to par­
ticipate. light refreshments will be
served and a fee will be collected for
the benefit of the Red Cross.
1
To Columbia.
W. Burge Buzzelle, eldest son of the
rector of St. George's, left oto No. 4
this morning for 'New York, where he
will enter Colombia university for
post-graduate work.
New Bookkeeper.
Miss Anna Johnson of Minneapolis
will arrive in Bismarck this week to
take charge*of the bookkeeping de­
partment of .lohnson's Popular Priced
&tore.
CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Year#
Always bears
the
Signature A
NEW STORE
NEW STOCK
LOW PRICES.
Come in and see our bargains.
CAPITAL CITY CLOTHING
AND SHOE STORE
Corner Fifth and Broadway
'.A
«V-i.n'-i90
Many local womea.havc been anxious
to volunteer for this work, but the re­
quired blanks and information have
been slow in coming, and Chairman
Hell is only now in position to proceed
with the enrollment of women work-
Supt. Berner Here.
K. Berner of Jamestown, Xorth
Pacific division superintendent,*
in the city Sa.urday on an offi
mission.
BISMARCK'S
FASTEST
GROWING
STORE
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