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SATURDAY, NOV. 9, 1918.
9 fwl Afl r' Ski I ,CITY "NEWS ABDICATION OF EMPEROR OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED IN GERMAN WIRELESS (Continual From Page One.). there is no official information in Washington that the kaiser has ARMISTICE OR INVASION. Paris, Nbv. 9.—French opinion which is-remarkably restrained and conservative is to the effect that Germany will capitulate by Monday. It is felt that-Germany has had enough for the govern ment to make peace at the earliest possible moment. Count Coppies, writing in the Figaro, fairly sums up the views of all editorial, writers when he says:. "The details of revolutionary movements in Germany are lacking, but we learn enough from hour to hour to. feel already they ape neither superficial nor fictitious^' While Germany is reflecting on the allied terms, General Foch continues his blows without intermission. The German army may break at any moment. There were signp of a retreat frqm the Scheldt yesterday. The alternative -for Germany is now an armis tice or invasion! not evasion. NO WORD RECEIVED. .Washington, Nov. 9.—So.far as the American government whs advised today, no word has been received by Marshal Foch from the German high command since the courier started back through^ the lines with the allied armistice terms and a demand for their acceptance or rejection before 10 a. m. Monday. DID NQT CARRY OUT THREAT. Berfte, Nov. 9.—The German socialists decided not to carry out at noon their threats to withdraw from the government ff Em peror Wilhelm had not abdicated at that hour. Instead they -ex tended the time limit, it is stated, "in consideration of en eventual armistice." TO FORCE ISSUE. Washington, Nov. 9.—Diplomatic dispatches through Switzer land today say official German information shows the socialists are forcing steps to obtain the kaiser's abdication. Marion Couple III. Rev. and Mrs. Arnold Oertli of Mar ion are both ill at^the Bismurck hos pital. Return to Home. .Mrs. 0. E. Kngen and new daughter have returned to their home from the Hisniarck hospital., Four With Flu. Four children from, tl^e family of Ira L. Scroggins now are in the Bis marck hospital with Spanish influ enza. New Hazeltonian. Mr. and. Mrs. .T. O.tOtter&on of Haz olion have a handsome new son, born at the Bismarck"h'ospUal this morn ing. Home to H^zelton. Mrs. G. H. Haiiawali: and baby of 'Hazel!on haye returned to their home after several weeks in the D'ismarck hospital. j§ Home t» Kintyre. i?Mrs."James ^raig and -boy have returned to their lvome at Kintyre af ter recovering from influenza at (ho Bismarck hospital. A Fine New Boy. A nine-pound boy, declared by his father to be the very finest ever, ar rived at tlve home, of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Anderson on Third street Thurs-X day. \Mrs. Batzer Better. The many friends of Mrs. It. K. Bat 7.er, who was very near,death- at St. Alexius Hospital Ave re delighted today to note a decided improvement in Uer condition. Van Hook Citizen. A son was born today at the Bis- thompson arck hospital to Mr. and ivrrs. A. S. of Van I-Iook. The young-" ster is thoroughly up to the Moun trail cpunty standard. Miss Ward Recovers. Miss Aldytho Ward, secretary of the North Dakota welfare" commission,, has recovered from, an ^attack of Spanish influenza, and has left the Bismarck (hospital-for her home in the city. Strassburq iMan Dies! Joseph Lipp, a well known young •man of S trass burg, died at a local hos pital today l'rom Spanish influenza. The deceased was 31 years old -and" is Survived 'by a young widow and other relative* at Strassburg. & Forister Carried city. The Tribune's attention'Js called to an error, in its Wednesday morning -tabulation" of E'ismarck' election- re turns which indicated that O. J. Keen an, register of deeds, had carried the city.- The Tribune is advised th^t its totals were incorrect and Jhat as a Performance 7:30 matter of fact John«I. Forister, Mr. Keenan's opponent, carried Bismarck by about the same small majority as was incorrectly credited to Mr. Keen am Mr. Forister made no personal campaign, devoting all of his attention to work for the state joint committee ticket, and he is consequently much gratified with the support which he received in his home town. New Salemite Dies. Karl Mix, a well known resident New Saem, passed awaj*»at a local hos pital last night after suffering for months with a chronic ailment. The deceased was 69 years old and is sur vived by a widow and other relatives} at New Salem, where he was an old and respected citizen, Farmer Boy Dies. Joseph Garnier, aged 19, son- of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Garnier. well known farmers of Arnold, passed away dur ing the nicht at a local hospital as result of Spanish influenza. Funeral' services will 'be held Monday morn ing at St. Mary's pro-cathedral, and in terment will be made in St. 'Mary centetery. fc 7h J: a ^i Win Mitchell has resigned the man aging editorship of the I'uhik' Opin ion. MISS FLEMING lJEC'OVF.ItS. \JIiss Ethel Fleming, conlinod to iier rooms for the last two weeks li.v -i severe attack of influenza, has,recov er ed and will probably resume lier du ties in the office of the public library, commission next weelft. FRAZ1ER 15.000 AIIEAD. Governor Lynn J. FWizier^ leafl is increased by unofl'icial returns re ceived by Tlie Tribune t«da.v to more than 15,000. Tho same returns give '-Miss Minnie J. Nielson a mnrgin of more than 7,000 over Neil C. Mac donald. The amendments are *151111 in doubt, with the probalities-in favor of their passage/ FLAG POLE FOR YANKS. Capt. E. ». Wanner has an Vic that the outcome ol^ Bismarck's peaco celebration, which may be due now any day. should be something sub stantial and permanent, and he sug gests that Bismarekers chip in a dol lar qr so apiece and purchase a 150 foot steel flag pole to be erected in We buy and sell and make loan* on itocklvBonds Full Reports and the "FINANCIAL INfcaCATOR" furnished free SMITH-MARTIN CO. 20ft Sa La Salle St* Chicago Features Extraordinary Comiitencing MONDAY, mwmBm 11, at. Monday—Dorothy Dalton in... .. ..... ."The Kaiser's Shadow" Tuesday and. Wednesday—Mary Pic^fordvin ."M'LISS" Thursday—Louise Huff in "Wild Youth" Saturday—Tom Mix in......... /..... ... "Ace High" -J Our big exhaust fans delivering' 10,000 cubic feet of fresh air per minute will be operated continuously. Patfon^ are urged to from a temperature slightly below 68 degrees. Every precaution taken to safeguard health. the Northern- Pacific station plat east of the station.. He "would have this pole mounted on a substantial monu ment 'base to which can be attached bronze plates memorializing the names of all on the Burleigh county Yanks, who hatve fallen in the defense of democracy. "The suggestion is meeting with general approval. PEACE DRIVE FOR YANKS TO OPEN MONDAY (Continued Prom Page One.) or more individual items the city or ganization has no funds for clerk hire, and it is desired to eliminate clerical work and bookkeeping to as great an extent as possible. The committees hope to wind up the drive by noon. To assist them in realizing their ambition, patriotic I zens are urged to 'be prepared to "dig up" when.1 the committee lioves in etelit. There are a great many peo ple to &e called upon, and, even with ten to twenty men on the job in each ward, the task will be no light, one. This will be the last big 'drive of the year. It* has been announced! that the Red Cross, aside-rrom a mem bership campaign, will put on no The Wonderful Ca» When Baby Coats 't 11 Like tha Elact of Heavenly Trui-"--! Whan Call of Motherhood Is Fci Of ell the most vital times In womar.'^ J'e tiis corainff of baby is fraugat with tlio Broatcst incaainpr. Caro sliotkl ne exorcise "o insure that tlia crisis is passed .in safety. Approhensloa i3 avoided by the timely use of Mother's Friend, a preparation of penetrating biia and medicinal ingredients, vrhteli renders the muscles, cords, tendons, und ligaments plisb'c, and thus tension L nvoldcu. 'fha usual nervousness, uai'.sen tMjarmg-down and stretehing- pains are r-- toraeted and tho period is o::e of ca!ir pose. The liroad, flat abdominal muscles' v/ith ease, and when'buby eomcs tho tii. nt 'the crisis is lets and pain end-danger i voided. Thousands of women for lialf a century havo used this penetrating external applica-. lion, prepared especially Tor cspecturvt inot'a frs, and-every woman awaitinaj -tlw 'vrisbC should give nature a helping .hand. Write the Bradfleld Itegulator Company, Dept. F, Lamar liulldini Atlanta, Georgia, for their Motherhood Book, great value-' to nil women, and cbtaln bottle of Mother's l'riend from tlie ciniwdst and be g-In its application rogLluri/ and •uarnlntr. PUBLIC SCHOOLS REOPEN Tlie Bismarck public .schools will reopen M,onday, ioxl, aI'ter an eut'oi-cccl vaca lioil of lovir" weeks and two days. In order to make jip this lost lime it Will be necessary to dispense' witli tlie usual vacations for the rest of the school year with the excep tion of Christmas Day, New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day,- and the two National holidays in February. The usual mid-year will be^.'t ahead sufficiently to enable the first half year's work to be completed in a satisfac tory. manner. The second half year,will be completed easily by the elimination of the spring vacation and some intensive work when the days are longer in the spring. We hope for and feel assured of the fullest cooperation and help from all patrons in our effort to round out the school year practically as satisfac torily as in other years when conditions were normal. M. MARTIN, City Superintendent. Orchestral Pipe Organ BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE drive until 1919. -This will 'bo the last opportunity of the year for Bis marck ptSOTpIB'-tiytlSlbly arid mat&rtftlly voice their appreciation of our Yanks' glorious victory. 'November draft calls probably will be cancelled. Peace and prosperity will be reestablished. The Yanks, to whom we owe a trigger debt of grati tude than we,ever can pay, cannot be home with us to celebrate the good, tiding^ but we can send our -dollars over seas to celebrate with them, and Our dollars are all that we stay-at homes will now have an opportunity to risk in this greatest of all world wars. So the word is. "Hop to it." No mat ter'who you are, what you have done in the past, the call once more is "Do your'bit—your best—perhaps your last in this great enterprise." The hour Is 9, Monday morning. Tho rooms wiil'^be open daily from 9 a. m. "to 5 p. in. in .the Masonic tem ple on Third street. Dr. F. B. Strauss, city health cPfficer, is of the opinion that the danger from the influenza epidemic is at an end, and tho Red Young Men's Christian Associa tion National Catholic War Council War Camp Community Service Webb Brothers Pirot Matinna' Rant Johnson's Popular! RED CROSS WORK ROOMS WILL RESUME OPERATIONS MONDAY The Bismarck Ked. Cross work Cross feels that workers i»e6d not fear exposure to the disease germB. No formal preliminaries are re quired. Patriotic women and girls rooms in the Masonic temple wlficli have been closed.for a month by tho (flu ban, will reopen Monday morning. ,The Red Cross has ait unusttally large who wish to help in one of the best [consignment of refugee clothing and hospital garments to mako up, and it is hoped that all of the old workers will respond to this call and that there will be many new volunteers. of all causes' are urged to present themselves at the work rooms, where they will promptly be assigned e. task and given a chance to "get into tUe game," Comes 1. Our 18 Allies,will require the aid of our Army to rebuild their cities, reconstruct their transportation, reinstate their industries, and se cure to them the terms of Peace. 2. vThe American Army and Navy will be required to POLICE THE "\yORLD against the world's ruthless foe, and to enforce upon her the terms of Peace. 3. It will require nearly two years to return our gallant victors to their homes aftej* demobilization. 4. When demobilization has taken place, and until they are at home again, there will be MORE IDLE TIME THAN EVER. The United War Work Campaign Opens Monday Morning at 9 o'clock Salvation Army NOTE—A University'in Khaki with.5,000 instructors will open in December, and remain open until every American soldier sails for home. This is a real university, including every man, from the -illiterate to the senior in college. The design is to convert his idle time into brains. This adv. is donated to the United War Work by- iced Store B'UV W. S. .. Car Smashed. Commissioner Charles A. Swanson's handsome new Oldsmobile was hardy used when it was struck by,the capltol street car at the cornim'r of Fourth street and Avenue A yesterday after Mother Young Women's Christian Asso ciation Jewish Welfare Board American Library Association Gamble-Robinson Co. A. W. Lucas Co, Bismarck Grocery PACK I noon. The automobile WM^sJjdMed several feet before the car stojppea. iiiiii. if'A "Mothte'r' aiftl Ad vice of sornp kipd Wenda, are? taking Mayf'ss Wonderful Remedy..for toad stomach and sliyfer trouhle aao bloat ing. T!ho medictno ifell named ^Wontlerfun' for piicfaAt has certainly- hone US toth Jt is a JuiitfPsfl prep aration that, removed itte ^itaerlrttl niuciiii. from the. .intestinal. a.nd allays the inflammation w$leb. practically all stomach, liver ahji.4P: testinul ailments, including l^ipendi' cltie. One dose will cohviQoa orjijaoitt* refunded. .Lenh^rt Drag or A •& •vr$ 3 -M,