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&>• I I# i.ij PAGE LB SUEUR HOPED FOR RESISTANCE OF DRAFT ROLES Writes His Chief More Ihan Two Months Declared on Germany. HAD TROUBLE IN YIEtvj cj -J ii- iv \V Said r.OIU His I. V\. Range Would Fight Attempt at Conscription. New Columbia Record* LeSueur is still secretary of tho Non partisan league. The tirst instalment. made public sev eral weeks ago, included .'i letter from LeSueur to Hay wood which spoke of "this damned war bu.-inesV and urged Yipiwisition to **~iiy hills and eonserii ti'Ui The Nonpartisan league's sub sequent explanation was that the letter was written before declaration of a I state of war. The commission conced- S After War Was declaration. I |Jit.vw(«.d Arthur I.eSueur. nm iiunn COLUMBIA O W A N S 41 111 I I I 1 Laskanska Sings Ma Curly Headed Babby' Just the softest, sweetest lijlaby that ever crooned a drowsy piccaninny into slumberland. Every yearning note of Lashanskd rich soprano in this familiar melody is a vocal caress of tender mother-love. 77744—$1.00 New-York Philharmonic Plays Liszt's Immortal ISecond Hungarian Rhapsody" One of thcfaorld's supreme musical composi tionsvplayedby a world-famous organization of musicians. On the lack, Tschaikowsky's Waltz of the Flowers." A 6070—$1.50 Have you heard tiie wonderful record of General Pershing'* voice V-made in France? Aiyr Colombia Dealer will play it for joa. on at a a (iate was only one ilay before the war Tho Monthx tjtcr Hi/r'x *tnrt The letter made public today, how ever, was dated .June 20, lit]", more* than two months aft«-the war declar^-i tion and IS du.vs after the lirxt ilnut registration. In tin eoiiimimicatidh Clew on me |()W.Worker Haywood IS now in I- ort I.ejjvenworth penitentiary, serving a -IJL year sentence for violating the es pionagc act. This laics' LeSueur let it r. which at his trial in Chicago last summer, was written in reply to a request from Haywood that l.eSneuc act as counsel tor some ol' 1 he lJi-" men arrested at Minntapolis. .Minn.. Get. IN. ,'lhr Arthur LeSueur. .secretan' of the Na tional Xon'jiartlsan loau'iiP. in a letter written to William 1. Haywood of the Kockl'otd. 111., in .June. 1!M7. for refu.s 1 W. W. more than two months after I big to register for the draft. The Hay llie I nifeil Stales enjered the war. wood letter was also made public by spoke of the draft as an invasion of tin- commission today. the personal liberty of citizens and 7* I predicted trouble on the Minnesota iron In bis reply I.eSueur expressed rj* ranges should the government try to »ret that he could not comply and said round up t^e draft slacker in the di he "sure would have enjoyed taking a trict was revealed today when the Min- stick in those cases. nesota Public Safety commission made Haywood's letter to I.eSueur fol public the second instalment of rhe cm respondents between LeSueur and Ha\ wood which the .mmission now hold-. lows hxim-r l'r,m I'nxf*. 't 11 *i4"Ht GRAFONOLAS RECORDS:: ON EASY TERMS!! S O E New November Numbers of Salt thm 10th and 20th of Eocry Month COLUMBIA GRAPHOPHONE COMPANWNpw.Vofk Peoples 'ollege. Fort Scott, Kan. Dear LeSueur tn June 5tli be tween 40 and 5U members of tlie I. W. W., with socialists, numbering in all 1.15, refused to rcfeister at Rockfovd, III. These men inarched in a body to the jail ami gave themselves up to the sheriff, saying they declined to re gister and had came to go to jail for the offense. They were locked up. Later 1 undertand a number "were lwully beaten by deputy sheriffs and jail guards. I learned this morning from a Scandinavian socialist here in 'hi ••ago that the cases are coining up on jull) t,.(. 1!)Ilt T,J( S(^-iaij^ts^ 4S ki.»i i|Jt ,|(1 .fune V.\. 1!IK lm was addressed as "near I e*- fully entitled to. have us to -o|M*raU» with Ihoiu'jfiv- ,M ,,, which they T)l( was identified by IInyuood ft,rr(,,| .m ,10 telephoned me men tioned Stodman of Chicago Its a. pos sible lawyer. 1 told him that if we were going in on the ease. I mueh pre- vou rvpreseiit the interest of 'our bo.fs. and I would write you to see if you would handle, the case. Will it be possible for you to look after the interests of these members, and what would be your fee'/ As the ease now stands, it is. I be lieve. merely a misdemeanor, though they have, one man. Heuw (July, under arrest charged with conspiracy. an of course there is no telling how serious tho other cases may develop. Let me hear from you soon. With best wishes. 1 a in. Your's for Industrial Freedom. W'M. 1. HAVWOOI). \V111:»I:h Cen. Sec'y-Trens. LcSmwr'* An.nrrr. i.eSuetir's reply to this, as given out by the Public Safety commission to/lay. follows: .lu lie ^0. Drink to M.e Only With. Thine Eyes" Oscar Seagle, noted for the lyrio rich ness of his splendid baritpne, is at his best^in this wonderful old English lover's toast. On the other side/'Loch Lomond," by Seagle. A 607J—$1.50 V.)17. /S-S'J t'omuion wealth A v. St. I'anl. Minn. W. I. Haywood. 104 Washington St. Chicago. 111. —Dear I-'elfow Work er Your Irtter written on the 13th of JTnie caught me tlri* minute at St. Pau! It was delayed in Fort Scott. I sure "The Lure of Music" Every home should have this BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE wiitilil lmvc enjoyed taking ii slick' iu those cumuk ai|il I liope I liavc not Ihrougb failure to rfioeive ,vour let tor. l)re\eiitc(l the boys from having i-e»l cxiuilscI iu tho cases. Of course, otliep arraiifeeuientf li vo been made by .this H#ne. I will be at the address given above. I have re signed from fheysehool and will get Inall uddresed here more promptly. I hope things are moving along well with you. I look for trouble on Hit! Minnesota range when they begin pro secutions of the"slackers" as they -all them, for there is a Iuii«:!i of re i! scrappers there. Many of them left their nntlve lund to escaix1 ^military conscription and will not lightly lore go thelf* personal liberty here. Being Interested in iron as much as it is interested in men. the" govern ment will not be put up against a hard game to play in ease of a strike, and there is n« telling, what would de velop. I hope that thc .departmeut of jus tice will realize that lHiving enougli registerel for all- purjwses in had bet ter quit and aid the government in the prosecution of the war, rather than to make war at home 011 these workers, but they may decide to gr through. There is no j)ower 011 earth so prone to blunder as ignorance in authority." Fraternally. -—Arthur LeSueur. The letters are part of the exhibits introduced by the government in the Chicago I. AV. W. trials. The I'ublie Safety commission today explained that if made them public for tji? in formation of the people of Minnesota as they explained the stand taken by the Public Safety^commission "pertain ing to certain dangerous and un patriotic-activities within the stale of Minnesota. 1 en tertaining book about good music and th?'lives of great musicians. Written in a simple, charming style, by Olin Dow tics, Boston's Wading musical critic it j. an interesting, instructive, voluirs lhat cvef-y mertiber of the family will enjoy. Published by Harper's an sale at allCohitnbia Dealers. j* i- BOY W. s. WHEAT TRAFFIC' UNDER BAN IN LARGE REGION No Shipments to be Made to Minneapolis From Big Terri tory in This State. Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 17.—Wheat shipments to Minneapolis and St.-Paul Were banned from large sections of the territory of the Soo Line, North- hM' era Pacific, Groat Northern and Chi cago, .Milwaukee order of the grain control committee made effective at 12:0] a. m. today by H. A. Kennedy, cdmmittee chair jnan. Rapidly increasing stocks of wheat and coarse grain in Minneapolis terminal!! and the need for-giving spe cial service to country districts from which the wheat has not een moving fast enough, were accepted in grain circles as reasons for the order. Limited Territory Named. Territory from which wheat may still be shipped to the twin cities is designated in the%order as follows: "Shipments on the Soo Lihe will ire permitted only from stations south of Pierz. Minn., on the Broten-Duluth line, wuth of Park ers Prairie, Minn., on the Winni peg line, south of McLeod, X." D„ on the Minnesota division and east of Alicia, N. D., on the Missouri di vision. "Shipniehts on the Northern Pa cific will only be pernvitted from stations south of Fort Ripley, Minn, on the Brainprd line, east ot Philbrook, Minn., on. the main line, and from Fergus Falls Minn., to Wyndjnere, X. D., both inclu sive, on the Fergus Falls branch. "Shipments on the Great North ern will only be permitted from all ntations south of Mora. Minn., on the St. Cloud-Duluth line, south of Wadfena, Minn., on the Park Rap ids line, llarnesville and «ast on the Fergus Falls line, south of M,oorhead, N. D., on the Brecken ridge division, east of 'Kjndred, N. 13., on the Breckinridge division, east of Genessoe, N. J., 011 the El lendale line, and south of Rutlandr X. D.. 011 the Aberdeen line. "Shipments of wheat on the C., M. & St. P. will be permitted only froi»K stations south of Fargo, •N. D., on the Orfonville-Fargo line, south of BramptonftN. D., on the Andover-Harleru line, fsouth of El lendale, X. D., •ort" the Kdgeley Aberdeen line, south of Linton, X. •D., on th.e ltoscoe-Linton line, and east of Java, X. !., on the H. & T. division. That the entire amount of Min neapolis grain storage capacity, ex clusive of mill storage, te" now in Utse is shown by data oh gi'ain in store for the wec*k ending Oct. 12. At that time there were 12,424,046 bushelE of wheat, 55,403 bushels of.corn, 3,075,734 barley, 1,627,794 bushels of rye. 53.9-10 bushels of flax. Grain men said today present totals would probably amount to 14000,000 bushels of wheat and 8,000,OtH ibushels of other grains, a total of 22,0^0,000 bushels. gvd'm Minneapolis storage capacity is 55,000,000 bushels. Including mill storage capacity. Without mill stor age capacity it amounts to about 41,00,000 bushels. BCV W. NOTICE TO CREDITORS.' Iu the Matter of the Estate of John B. Gurtderson, Deceased.* ^Notice is hereby gfven by the un dersigned, Herbie Gunderson, execu trix of the last will of John.E. Gunder son, late of the town of Driacoll, in the county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota, deceased, to the cred itors of. and, all persons having Walrus agaiiist, said deceased, to ex ht'Jit them with ithe necessary vouch ers, within, six months after the first publicatidn of this notice, to Said exe cutrix at the'office of .F. ri McCurdy. in the city of Bismarck in said. Bur leigh county, Nortb Qakota." Dated October llth A. D. 1918. HERBIE GtMDERSON, Exectrlx. Fifst publication on the 18th day of October, A. D. 1918. 10 18 '11 1 »t/v W. S. Doing On«'» Beit Work. To do one's best work nnd lie one's bost self involves the xpilot but flnal acceptance of such tools as. have been put into One's honds* aod ,juch ni^te* rials as lie- aboiil one. .and useful nnd to contribute to the Joy of life one must take up Hi® work at hand atjd do it ai best way, without envy, jealousy, or strife. —The Outlook. .. BULGAR RIVALS HON" SAVAGERY SAYS ROUSSOS Greek Not Inclined (0 l!esp?it Ancient Foe Who is Now Supine.' OUTRAGES ARE GENERAL A No Women and Girls ES aped Soldiers—Massacres and Slavery. iju k. c. Honor:its. N." K. A. Washington Jlureau. 1 rJS-:iO-."5«-.'!4 Munsey lildg- WASHINGTON O. When the one-time ootwaueror iv troats then yon get a close-up picture of what he did while conquering. The French. British and NXmorjeiuis are getting such pictures in northern France. The Greeks are getting them today,in Maeeronia from which the Bulgars have retired. The awfulness of Bulgar atrm-ities may be idged by this official state ment made to the Xew York Knter prise Association h.v (leorge Roussos. minister of Greece to the Toiled States: "Acf.'ording to the. cabled statement of the (Jreek government just m.-cived. the German atrocities in Belgium could he considered child play com pared to what the miserable Greek populations of East experienced. all(1 (send re in W'vornments to ro])rfsentativcs to the spot so they Ikh'ii iiiflicttMl cai see what Imvoc ha &. St. Paul by an 10]) tli:tt |»art of irecce. thousand males.have been de ported iuto concentration camps in Bul garia where the elementary principl 00 Lt tu/ /'latter L.--: *i. "-i I countless lionies for many years. of Jnimanity are ignored. They are looking the United States to inter vene so that they may be allowed to "return to their homes." Whatever peace terms 'the other allies may have. Greece considers her Macedonia have most iiniKirtnnt item future protection against the Bulgarians, the reistoratkm "The iKipulation of Series was I «»f Greek projftTty dest.roywi ayd the re- Turk. 128,000 before the occupation and hardly turu of Jreeks to Greece and her prov 0000 are left today. The majority of them look more like ghosts'than liuma'i beings. No woman or young girl lias been respected. '"CavaFli. which was a flourishing.' town appears to any yne who had known it in her happy days as havini' been the prey of an earthquaki a volcanic eruption. "We understand that the Greek gov ernment is making an urgent, appeal to I PEANUT If you ai*^ a pure food advocate and like good things you'll welcome this wonderful ^delicious vegetable nut butter. It is a wartime product that lias come io stay and has won over thousands tonts daily use. Satisfies completely as A spread for pancakes, biscuits, toast and bread, and serves'equally well as butter's duplicate for baking and cooking. It offers a saving surely worth while—a price difference tjvat equals fully onfe-third the cost of creamery butter. As a matter, of legal requirement it is labeled oleomargarine, but it is entirely free from animal fats, containing only cocoanut oil,"peanut oil, milk and salt. ir With every pound carton you also get a capsule of pure vege tiible color, the same as used by butter manufacturers in coloring creamery butter. If we do the coloring, the government taxi's 10c a pound. .Your grocer or market man1 will supply yoil with Holiday which comes to yoli creamy white and dbrefully packed. Manufacturers—Northern Cocoanut Butter ^Sov—Minneapolis. Dealers Supplied By 7 STACY-BISMARCK CO. lltsmarck, N. p. Wholesale Distributors. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1918 *"Hhvhig suffered front ttrrvous iudirfcstiow for several years, Jijid afltr using D)\ Calthoell's Syrup Pepsin that I cs iVcll cs I cver^ zcas a :d can without f'\:r cf conscqHeuccs.*" eat anything /fqtc From a letter to l)r. CaLlwcll v/ritten bv 3Irs. John K. Mooic, 5|6A'o. 2/th St, Richiriend, Va.) Indigestion and ccnstipatioii are condi tions closely related and the cause of nyuclv suf fering. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a mild, pleasantly elective laxative it quickly reliever, the intestinal congestion that retards digestion and has been tlie standard household reniedy DR. CALDWELL'S rup The Perfect Laxative Sold by Drufgis/s Everywhere 50 cts. (£,'.) $1.00 A TRIAL BOTTLE CAN BE OBTAINED. FREE OF CHARGE. BY WHITING TO PR. W. B. CALDWELL. 4?9 WASHINGTON STREET. MONfKEU0. IU.HWIf That is the trail of the Bulgarian conqueror in Macedonia. Much' evi dence similar nature is piled up iu tlie Washington headtjvuirters of Ser bian. Rumanian and Montenegrin dip lomats. liut's. ica to a«|naiut the United States gov-,' "Nothing can ever right the wrong' cimient with tlie (rightfulness of done the Greeks by the Bulgarians."[Turkish warfare in Thrace, where thf said First Secretary t^nstantine of ek Cliriiitiim population lwve been the legation. lmtfliered, enslaved, and where \tlie "Greek trotiis now mumping the! women hav«i been treated as shame-. Greek province^ whirl) since the be-' fully as tho i'.ulgars treated the f' ginning of 1!»1(5 had been "unjustly ^lVi-edouians, anil the IH'XSI treated eupied by tiie Bulgarians, taking ad-1 (he Belgiuuis. vantage of former King Constantino's treachery, have found the Inhabitants 1 Nothina Good Mjfde in a Hurry, enslaved, nifiles deported, and what is! .. worse, half the Greek women the! mothers of children of Bulgarian sol dier,s. forced into tlie vilest form of slavery bf these Bulgarians. A large percentage of the women and girls have been diseased h.v the Bulgarians." NUTMARGARINE Aritjeniii and Thrace havg. suffered ih the .same*vay at the hands of tint. A (irt't'k dclagiition is now in Aimn- euv w. s. s. Xo great, tiling is created suddenly, any more than a hunch of grapes or a fig. If you tell me that yon desire a fig, I answer you that there1 must be time. Let it firA blossom, then bear fruit, then ripen.—Exchange. T" SALT s- a Good •:-U 1'