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MONDAY, FEB. i7, 1919.
..... ne WINS THOUSANDS LIVE IN CELLARS BENEATH RUINS IN SALONIKA Rich Are Plenty, But They're Callojus to Misery of Homeless Filth Everywhere BY LIEUT. COL. HOMER FOLK. Americar\ Redpross Investigator As signed by. N. E. A. to Roport Con ditions in the Bdlkans. When a fire swept a third of the city in August, 1917, leaving 70,000 horn el ess, British, French and Serbian armies, and the Greek government provided temporary houses for some, but 5,000 families had nowhere to go and betook themselves to the cellars and sub-cellars of the ruinejl /huild- ings. You discover a hole two feet square at the edge of the sidewalk, and peer ing down into the dark find that it is inhabited. 'When it rains water stands several inches deep until it is baled out ordries up. In Salonika qjd men, bare-footed, dressed in pieces of burlap packing— in mid-wfnter—are beasts of burden. One sees them stooping over until they could nearly walk on all fours, carrying inconceivably heavy loads over rough sidewalks and streets. In every group of a half dozen chil dren one expects to find at least has lost one or both eyes from trachoma. Salonika is dirty, withoue any sort, of qualification It shells to Heaven. A flood would not clean it, and if it did, it would dirty itself again within 24 hours. Its narrow sidewalks, paved with hounded stones and concealing deep holes at irregular intervals,' make walking hazardous. If you step from the sidewalk into the street you are GERMAN PEOPLE HAVE HEAVY TAX LOAD TO FACE Weimar, Sept. 17.—The German peo ple generally do not yet understand r.ldarly the financial situation in which the war has found Ihein, declared Dr. Rchifer, the financial minister, to t.lie house. He gave statistics to show that, the war had cost 1C0 billion marks.' Ho asked the assembly to vottf a loan for 25 billion marks the greatest loan the German people -have been asked to raise. The daily*ex-'1 penditures, he said ranged from 19 million marks in, 1914 to 149 million marks in 1D19. 'He said the govern ment would need 19 million marks for interest charges alone. Ho said thai no one could toll whetherythe German people could extricate themselves. He said the government would have to levy taxes in keeping with the ceono nomic situation, Columbus, Feb. 17.—Eddie Iliben backer arriyod today. .Official greet ing Is w§h#^itien him. jA half holiday atM'SvfeifaU^tfin the in planned. Riben backer riw«lt eril Pershing's chau^eur^TH^i maiie an instructor aiiva*] camp and shortly aft^ward he" w, to the front and won premier honoif Don't wait until your bhiod 1h im poverished and you are sick and ail ing take Ilollister's Rocky Mountain Tea now it wHl drive out the germs of Winter, purify the stomach, regu late the bowels—nature's spring to'nic cleanser. Jos. Rreslow. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK- Chicago, Feb. 17.—Hogs—Receipts, 52,000 market, steady bulk of sales $email@example.com butchers. $1J.'firstname.lastname@example.org light, $17.0)@1T.70 packing, .$16.75© 17.G0 throw outs, $email@example.com pigs, goqd to choice, ?15.00@ 17.00. Cattle—Receipts. 18.000 market, strong to 15c to 40c higher beef cat tle $10.j85(p)20.K butcher stock, cows an^ heifeSSj ^7.40@ir).r»0 camiers and cutters, ^firstname.lastname@example.org stackers and feed rs, -$11.25 ers, $email@example.com vealV calves," $15.00 @15.50. Sheep—Receipts, 11.000: market. 25c to 50c higheT lambs. $17.S5@ 18.00 medium and good, $10.00® 17.85 :edlls. $firstname.lastname@example.org ewes, $email@example.com. ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK. St. Paul, Feb. 17.—Hogs receipt 14,800. Range, $16,25 to 17.35. Bulk "$17.20 to 17.35. CATTLE—Receipts 2,600 killers steady. Steers $5.5} to 18,,00. Cows and heifers. $6.75 to 13.2). Calves, $6.00 to 14.})0. .Stockers and feeders $5.50 $1" 00. SHEEP—-Receipts $00 lams $11 to 17.00 wethers $5.00 to 10.50. Ewes $1M)0 to 1*3.50." MILL CITY GRAIN. Minneapolis, Feb. 17. —c Barlev 7(5. to 68 Rye 1.33 bran. 40 wheat, 2.56 cash No. 1, 2-21 1-2 to 2.26 oats, 55 to 56 1-2 flax $3.41 to 3.46. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE—fl5.00 liahy buggy, good as new. First buyer with $25.00 takes it. Mrs. J. JI Putnam. 102i Fifth St. 2-17-3t-eod WANTED—A man who understands the'grocery business. Apply Geo. Gussner. 2-17-2 WANTED—Man with family Wants place on farm or ranch to care Nfor cattle on shares. Will also farm on straight salary proposition. Address 6S4 care Tribune. v- 2 -1 2wlcs SALESMAN WANTED—I want a man or woman of good personal ad dress for Bismarck and one for-Man* dan. You can make frbm $6 to $15 per day. Chance to go on the road if'you make goo'd. No delivery and no collecting. Fine opportunity for energetic man or woman. Good op ening for returned soldier. Call pfer sonally and ask,for Mr. Spear. Van Horn jhotel, after 7 p. m. or before 9 a. m., Monday, Tuesday or Wed nesday. WANTED—A competent woman for for general housework, rmall faiiiily. Good wages. Apply 615, ,5th street. «smm 1 in danger of being run flown by army automobiles, camions and trucks, dash ing hither and thither, and splashing everything and everybody with dust or mud. There are plenty oC rioh people hp*e, and they have'made money from the allied armies. Also, the city, seems more callous to human misery- than an^ other. Spanish, Jews, mirks and Greeks predominate. No two civilians are dressed alike and each costume is dif ferent from anything ope.has ever seen before. They vary from a few rags to such a brilliant collection of firery colors as is only to be found in an old fashioned flower garden. The military element of the popu lation is made up of soldiers from Great Britain, France, Italy. Serbia, Greece, Russia, Senegal, Madagascar, Tunis, Morocco, lldia, and the Amer ican Red Cross. Huge army hospitals interminable rows of barracks, wonderfully trim and orderly looking, stretch away as far as the eye can see, on the Mace donian plains.^—Tent colonies house Bulgarian prisoners. The anophlies mosquita, fed up for centuries on Turks, Greeks and Jws, applied himself diligently to the allied armies. It was chiefly the mosquito that built these large hospitals. It was the mosquito that filled them with thousands upon thousands of allied soldiers. It was the mosquito that sent thousands upon thousands home to France and to Britain. CITY NEWS Pay Claim.'" Mrs. E. W. Brown's insurance claim on the Capital City Hojhestead No. 300 was settled in full -Today by the Homestead secretary. Going to Florida. Col. C. I!. Little will leave Tuesday evening for a three weeks' trip to southern citien. His itinerary will in clude some Florida poinls. To Give Dance. Tile Homestead Lodge No. Him will give a dance at the K. of 1\ hall Tuesday evening. iManrlan lodge will attend. All members ur#rrequested to come and bring a friend. Capt. Baker Returns. ("apt. I. Laker lias returned t'hjiu Washington where he all ended the rivers and harbors conference. Mr. Maker is a member of the boanl of di rectors. lie also attended to fuel ad- PREDICTICTS £S/OLUT|ON v'^nlnintt-'htkin (matter* While in Wasli illgton. -V: 'Weimar, Feb. 17. .»• revolution last September was otrty a forced rev olufciqti,- :bnt the real 'revolutions, wa fflec assembly ttitMjr.. Tlie form that it would tftlw^he said would be' due to the stand that the government tooji. still lo come., dieclarej'a leader in Mo n.' s^v U, C. T. Di»»ner!"Dancc. The IJ. "CiiTv dinner dnnee to be giv en by Risih^ck commercial travelers at the Granl Pacific on Saturday even ing will foe the Tiig event of the week. Unusually elaborate prepara tions a.rer-ibeing made? andVftbe? affair is expected to prove the most brililptit social function the1 capital. eity has enpoyed since the Country otto's an nual-New Vear'jT ball. 'f-.J STORE.' :G$eman BANKING BILLS UP. House Bills Nos. 17 and 18, the league's banking bills were before the senate late this afternoon' on third reading with prospects of an early passage with the emergency clause. MINISTER RESIGNS. Basel. Feb. 17.—Count von rock dor ft' Itantzau. the German foreign minister, has resigned, according to a Weimar dispatch to the Vossische Zeifung of Berlin. There is no confirmation from other sources. TO RETURN MARCH 13 Paris. (Sunday). Feb. 16.—The at tempt gives March 1" as the date on which President Wilson is expected to arrive in Paris, after his visit to the xTnited States NIP INSURRECTION Berlin.. Feb. 17.—Trouble which had been expected at Berlin here today ap parently was nipped in the Imd by the arrest of 80 members of the Sparta can and soldiers groin. WOULD DIVORCE SON OF POET Mrs. Field Ls asking divorce from the son of the poet, who was the inspira tion for uineh of the elder Field's verse, particularly his "Little Boy Bine." Airs. Field Charges,her husband left her aft er five weeks of married life and she lias waited three years in vain for his return. "Just a case of Marital ennui," she says. "We had no quarrels, he just stepped out of my life." Fifids' first wife divorced bin five years after their marriage. •_ TCl. ALICE BRADYIN "AT THE MERCY OF MEN" Will be the feature attraction at the Orpheum Theatre tonight. "At the Mercy of Men" gives Alice Brady the most sympa thetic roel of her career. MTR¥SUITS"" TO RECOVER 10 MILLIONS Springfield, Feb. 17.—'Suit for, $10, 000,000 damages was started today against the Holt manufacturing com pany of Peoria. The complainants are Charles Pardy and others. The suit sets forth that Pardy in 1892 in vented the caterpillar, tractor. He says that while working on hjs in vention be became ill- apd that twen ty years after he secured his patent and that in the meantime the Holt peo ple began famifacUiring, appropriat ing his diea. NEW BRIEFS Navigation on' the Rhine under the Dutch flag, which has been hampered by difficulties in Germany inee (he occupation by the allies, is now report ed to have been resumed. Three Jews are in the Lithuanian cabinet—one as under secretary of stale for foreign atfairs. another us under secretary of state for commerce and industry, and one to hold the new ininislry of Jewish affairs. $ «S* Belgian areliileels ban the use of liiiikling material of enemy origin. N'eiilral subjects must show a certifi cate of origin for the material I hey wish to import. N Because members of the Ministerial association, Winnipeg, issued the sialemeiU: "Be content. wttb yoHr lot, oil earth and pvpparer'for the Ijiercaf teni':-tjift Trades and."'l«bor.' £jfrnnctt a bushels' of grjiihf^ell'i^itest ftiian|ttt ever held there. ?vr: 'MHe. .iC!i0HbeiranI a- leading resid^ht of Sidney, proposes that Aus tralians should raise subscriptions to rebuild poijierps, iR'here so many Aits* vv-||Early has returned froih l^flmieapolisj where he purchased a lstfre stock of goods, and he plans to reopfen Ills iitore on Fifth street. mm ^tbdraWalM^ Troops From Russia Washington, Feb. 17.—Steps .toward strengthening the position of Ameri can and allied troops in northern Rus sia preliminary to a safe withdrawal in the near future are under way at the direction of supreme war council'. Secretary Baker, ^transmitting this in formation from President Wilson to the houhe militaryq committee today said all American^soldiers should be out of Rusisa. this "spring. LOOT TOWN Berlin. Feb. 17.—Spartaean troops marched "into Gelsenkirchen in West phalia and overpowered the local mili tary and police forces, a portion of which went over to the Spartacans. The looting of the town followed. The bank and the city treasury had been warned and saved their, funds. The Sparta cans came from'Rnttugen and Watten schoid. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets.) It stops the Cough and Headache and works off the Cold. E. W. GROVE'S signature on each box. 30c. DOMINION ASKED WHAT IT PLANS FOR SOLDIERS Regina. Sask.. Feb. 17.—Mayors of cities in Albertfi and Saskatchewan, who met1 in'convention here ^cently, are vigorously pressing the dominion government for a formal announce ment as to ilans it may be consider ing in the interest of returned and re turning soldiers. The mayors of Regina, Moose Jaw, Fdmonton.' Calgary, Lethbridgo and .Medicine Hat have adopted resolutions in-which they declare they"view with alarm the growing feeling of discon tent among labor and returned and re turning men." The mayors take the position that "it is not the duty of the western cities to bear the burden of providing and finding employment for the ex-soldiers and laboring men generally who naturally ^center in west ern cities." The mayors have averted thdt many soldiers from the eastern provinces havfc come west sinqfc they were discharged and that the general problem is one .wiuch the government, and not municipalities or provinces, must meet. PACKETS A LA MODE. Hammond, Ind.'.Teb. 17.—A national association of tailors professes to pre scribe styles in men's cloniing. So dp the Hammond men's clothing makers. A local tailoring firm advertises that it is making a specialty of "pint and quart hip pockets" or -r* 2. si ,jto i-i§5t- I# the benefit of "Indiana camels" who make pilgrim ages to We& Hammond, III. Indiana is dry.,, West Hammond, 111., Ls not. Carney Coal Phone 94 O. E. Anderson Lbr. C. S- BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE: -••mm -cw Sold by all dealers No exclusive agents Public Showroom at Ch Buffalo, I BITTER- FIGHT OVER ALCOHOL Choyonne, Wyo., Fob. 17.—The per centage of alcohol to be allowed in the bill for stafe-wide prohibition, now be fore the state legislature is causing one of the bitterest tights that Wyom ing lawmakers have participated in for several sessions. The Hardin prohibition bill origin ally fixed the alcohal limit at two per cent.N The senate committee on prohibition favors an amendment lim iting the-alcohol content to one per cent. Republicans have split over this issue. Several legislators have predicted tl/at a bill will finally be passed malt ing Wyoming as dry as somq of the parched deserts in ytah, the sister state to the south. TONNAGE LOSSES ARE ANNOUNCED Paris, I'eb. 17.—A full list of French i.aval losses in tlie war inei idu lour battleships, Boucet. Suff-cii. Gcaulcis, Danton four armed cruisers, Leon, Gambetta, Admiral Cliani2r, Clober and Duiietit Tlionars, and one fast cruiser, Cliateaurnault. There were lost besides 14 destroyers, eight tor pedo boats and 14 sultina inos. one of the submarines was refloated by the enemy and subsequently re,: tvo'-f d. The loss in tonnage was 1 t0.(i00 tons against 550,000 tons for England »7(5 000 tons for tTnly and 17,000 tons for the United State*. For the Beulah Coal Phone 75, City Fuel Co. BLOOD POiSOftlNG Ha^ttfspbardtW a S^firttliid Treat—I How, often lockjaw and blood poisoning result from the neglect of a slight scratch ot- little cut! Ham lin's Wizard Oil is a safe and effec tive first aiit treatment. It is a pow erful antiseptic and should be ap plied immediately to bounds of this kind to prevent danger of infection. It is soothing and healitjte and ouickly drives out pain and/inflam mation in cases of sprain s/btTjiise^ cuts burns, bites and stings. 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