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Truax-Traer Coal Men
In City; Preparing to
Strip Wilton Mines
E. M. Truax. vice president of the
Truax-Traer Coal company; P. A.
Barthel, manager of northwest sales,
for the company, and R. H. Anderson,
assistant sales manager, ar6 in the
city on business connected with the
purchase of the Wilton mines of the
Washburn Lignite company.
They report the arrival of several
carloads of machinery at the mine
outside Wilton preparatory to begin
ning stripping operations. For sev
eral weeks employes of the mine have
been occupied in removing mules,
electric donkeys, cutting machines,
dump cars and railroads tracks from
the 25 miles of underground work
ings. As soon as the machinery can
be set up, stripping of the overlying
soil will be begun, after which steam
shovels will begin scooping up the
lignite as is done at the company’s
Velva operations.
10 Lieutenants Will
Come to Fort Lincoln
For 2 Weeks in July
Ten U. S. reserve army lieuten
ants have been ordered to report to
Fort Lincoln for the first two weeks
in July to take charge of the Citizens
Military Training camp, it has been
announced.
They are Willard H. Cox, Swan
villc, Minn.; Allen D. McCullough,
Minneapolis; Leonard C. McMahan,
Mandan.; Lewis Lee, Valley City;
Roy E. Nelson, Minneapolis; William
Ellsworth Nuessle, Bismarck; Ken
neth J. Stanton, St. Paul; L. A. Kess
ler. Cedar Rapids, la.; Bruce McCon
nell, Tappen; and Vernon T. Suddeth,
Towner.
Rotarians Elect
California Man
Chicago, June 27.—(AP) —Almon
E. Roth, Palo Alto, Calif., today was
named president of Rotary Interna
tional as the result of elections yes
terday in which he defeated Ray
mond J. Knoeppel, New York City,
the other nominee. The vote was 2,-
210 to 1,119.
Roth has been active in the work
of the organization in the Pacific
roast states. He is a South Dakotan
by birth and is 46 years old.
19 N. D. Tourist Camps
Are Given Approval
The state sanitary engineer's office
has passed upon the sanitary condi
tion of tourist camps over the state,
particularly as to their water supplies,
and has approved 19 of them. They
include Bismarck, Bowman, Devils
Lake, Fargo, Grand Forks, Gwinner,
Harvey, Jamestoy/n, La Moure, Man
clan. McHenry, Minot. Mott. Oakes,
Rugby, Steele, Towner, Grand Forks,
raid Valley City.
Tourists are urged to exercise care
in camping. Placards posted at the
camps will chow whether the water
r imply has been tested and approved
i’j complying with the regulations of
the state health department.
1 AT THE MOVIES i
PARAMOUNT THEATRE
A now method of selecting crook
types for sn underworld picture was
cmplcycd by William Beaudiue dur
ing the filming of “Those Who
Donee,” Warner Brothers and Vita
phone drama coming Saturday to the
Paramount theatre'.
The director looked over photo
graphs in the Los Angeles police
station's Rogue’s Gallery * and then
riic:c his cast and extra players ac
cordingly. Strangely enough, accord
ing to Beaudine. the real crooks as a
group varied little in appearance from
every day persons. It was only the
lower class cf desperate thugs who
looked the part.
As it was this sort of crook who is
seen during the big underworld street
scenes, the director employed many
of the broken-nosed, scarred-up, and
rough looking extra men listed on
casting files..
“Thoee Who Dance” stars Monte
Blue and Lila Lee. Blue appears as
a cop and Miss Lee is in the under
world rackets in an attempt to save
the life of her brother. William
Boyd, of stage fame, and Betty Comp
son are underworld habitues.
William Janney, Wilfred Lucas, Cor
nelius Keefe, DeWitt Jennings, Gino
Corrado, and others are in the cast.
“Those Who Dance” is one of the
most dramatic and thrilling stories
of the life in the world of crookdom
to be seen on the talking screen.
Weeks of research were spent in get
ting authentic details. George Kibbc
Turner, the author, lived for three
months in the heart of Chicago’s
gang sector to get material for the
story. The plot is based on a real
incident, of which the sensational
factors were never voiced by the
gangsters involved.
CAPITOL THEATRE
“The Pall Guy,” Radio Pictures’
comedy-drama which opened at the
Capitol theatre yesterday, is every
thing the stage success was, and more.
The original play, which set a
long-run record in New York, was
lunny, gripping and human. The
screen version is all of that, with the
added intimacy and warmth which
only a well directed talking picture
can give.
The story is a happy combination
of gripping situations and chuckles
and the ending leaves the audience
a delightful sense of really having
been entertained.
“The Pall Guy” has many unusual
features that make it refreshingly dif
ferent from the first mad rush of
talkie production. It is not a spec
tacle; the plot flows smoothly along,
no one suddenly breaks in and sings
for no reason at all, and there is no
moral. The picture takes you into
your own home and makes you laugh
at the things you see there. This dif
ficult theme is masterfully handled
oy Leslie Pearce, director.
Jack Mulhall makes a convincing
and lovable white-collar man who
Joses his Job, gets mixed up with
bootleggers who try to make him the
and finds himself in a dilemma
which makes the climax one of the
best yet in talkies.
Ned sparks, as Dan Walsh, brother
i Johnnie’s wife, is funny, even in
no scenes where he does nothing but
look wise.
three e. smiths on team
~.r " e re ace three E. Smiths on the
baseball club. Earl
S*" th • a veteran, plays left field,
hrvfu - Smith and Elmer Smith.
.22* acquisitions, play Shortstop
right field, respectively.
Governorship Vote j
Shown by Counties j
Reportedßrant Shafer
Adams 32 691 974
Barnes 59 1673 3240
Benson 43 1963 1891
Billings ......... 14 218 403
Bottineau 41 1385 1252
Burke 35 1247 1245
Burleigh 55 2314 4078
Cass 88 2341 8180
Cavalier .43 1061 21t3
Dickey .......... 21 798 1659
Divide 26 947 1170
Dunn 26 586 858
Eddy 22 980 611
Emmons 38 2273 749
Foster 18 553 702
Golden Val My.... 20 *268 732
Grand Forks 58 1770 5914
Grant 29 785 9721
Griggs .......... 25 1186 900
Hettinger 38 933 1196
Kidder 36 987 ‘ 871
La Moure.. 39 1230 1789
Logan 30 787 1262
McHenry • 45 1173 1626
Mclntosh 20 877 1856
McKenzie ....... 24 490 593
McLean 35 1581 1546
Mercer 2 81 118
Morton 53 1715 3774
Mountrail 41 1301 1163
Nelson 31 933 1667
Oliver ...V;.i... 18 434 * 418
Pembina 31 978 1909
Pierce 31 942 1532
Ramsey 20 - - 744 . 2370
Ransom 32 1216 2159
Renville 25 743 875
Richland 50 1466 3214
Rolette 14.. . 495. 701
Sargent 27 1300 1410
Sheridan 26 641 624
Sioux 7 . 148 . 461
Slope 14 - * 201 249
Stark 38 747 2707
Steele 25 951 1206
Stutsman 28 1338 2392
Towner 38 1047 1407
Traill 33 1232 2414
Walsh .......... 44 .777" 1836
Ward 77 2453 4945
Wells 29 895 1051
Williams ........ 42 - 1247 -1212
Totals 1733 54945 8993!
| Complete Tabulation j
| Official Paper Vote |
Capital Tribune
Wild Rose .. 13 18
Long Lake 20 68
Morton 5 17
Telfer ..i 19 24
Missouri 8 39
Fort Rice 3 19
Lincoln .-. i,B 36
Apple Creek 19 31
Boyd 6 24
Logan 5 . 19
Taft 18 19
Thelma 0 27
Driscoll 19 126
Sterling 27 50
McKenzie 53 46
Menokcn 26 46
Gibbs 5 32!
Hay Creek 14 33 i
Rivervlew 12 201
Burnt Creek 9 38 j
Naughton .......... 14 30 j
Francis 4 21
Silbey Butte 11 23
Christiania 8 33
Clear Lake .......... 10 26
Lein 10 49
Lyman 10 29
Trygg. ........... 0 48
Cromwell 4 22
Croftc 29 36
Glenview 25 45
Painted Woods .... 9 48
Ecklund 27 100*
GhyUn 7 69
Rock Hill 9 20
Wing 5 19
Hairiett 14 32
Phoenix ...'. 2 35
Canfield 7 23
Esthervillc 4 47
Grass Lake 16 53
Wilson 3 31
Steiber 8 27
Schrunk 7 . 14
Florence Lake 11 16
Hazel Grove 9 18
Ist Ward Ist Pet. ..., .130 . 150
Ist Ward 2 Pet. ..... 116 173
2 Ward Ist Pet 120 185
2 Ward 2 Pet 80 168
3 Ward 1 Pet ... 142 221
3 Ward 2 Pet. 143 175
4th Ward 109 191
sth Ward ..........111 175
6 Ward 1 Pet 78 197
6 Ward 2 Pet 77 214
Regan 19 33 1
South Wilton ....... TO 54 j
Wing 20 49
Ist Ward 3rd Pet. ..70 117
2nd Ward 3rd Pet. .. 82 100
3rd Ward 3rd Pet. .. 87 186
Total .............1988 4024
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THE BISMARCK TRIBt.
Data From Counties on Attorney I
General, Agricultural Post Races
(By The Associated Press)
4 Attorney General Com. Agri. & Labor
Total Precincts Mor- Swehd- Kitch- Mc-
County— P f eints Reported ris seid cn Donald
Adams 33 32 837 717 768 765
Bamea 63 52 1973 1005 2216 1642
Benson 46 36 1390 1453 1333 1517
Billings 17 14 379 188 369 299
Bottineau ....... 57 41 735 1265 1142 1366
Burke 39 79 1093 1081 1080 1109
Burleigh 63 55 4307 2038 3087 3185
CMS 88 83 7093 2293 6352 2976
Cavalier 51 43 1779 1074 1825 1095
Dickey 38 21 1456 811 1384 907
Divide 38 26 1060 922 998 889
Dunn 31 26 810 560 763 618
*ddy 22 663 836 542 994
Emmons ........ 35 25 1316 1050 1121 1254
Boater 21 18 826 398 / 910 770
Oolden Valley.... 20 C 007 336 602 394
Grand Forks 71 58 3951 2373 4232 21C4
Grant 50 29 905 736 822 905
Griggs 25 22 775 928 699 1060
Hettinger 33 33 1117 852 1070 914
Kidder 41 26 874 836 805 971
LaMoure 39 38 1549 1278 1496 1325
Logan 30 1240 674 1036 683
McHenry 64 45 1712 973 1484 1205
Mclntosh 20 1599 759 1520 . 859
McKenzie 57 24 519 459 479 512
McLean 62 18 764 651 656 825
Mercer 30 19 753 712 616 845
Morton 57 53 3367 1501 2931 2355
Mountrail 62 41 643 1893 994 ( 1652
Nelson 35 125 902 1070 574 461
OUvcr 16 398 430 351 471
Pembina 34 31 2184 976 2702 090
Pierce 35 29 1401 783 1346 845
Ramsey 49 32 2299 1000 2440 1101
Ransom 32 1895 1183 1826 1284
Renville 25 702 744 689 813
Richland 50 23 1612 625- 1505 759
Rolette 31 14 647 466 633 498
Sargent 27 1191 1284 1187 1313
Sheridan 30 .26 558 649 ’ 487 703
Sioux 18 6 379 97 * 336 134
Stark 38 37 2132 683 *
Steele 27 25- 1145 843 * 990 1051
Stutsman ....... 70 26 2412 1171 ' 2233 1390
Towner 38 28 951 716 * 939 763
Trail 33 ~ 2020 1339 ' 2082 1299
Walsh 56 1 78 4 ; 76 9
Ward 91 65 3733 2299 * 3525 2484
Wells 47 2 100 52 • 78 71
Williams ........ 71 42 999 1270 Z. 1076 1270
Total 2228 1554 73818 48381 ' 68077 53664
How Olsness, Swenson, Bertsch
And McDonnell Ran in Counties
(By the Associated Press)
Total Precincts
County— Prcts. Reported Olsness Swenson Bertsch McDonnell
Adams 33 32 1,029 495 529 953
Barnes 63 52 1.715 1,317 1.666 2.182
Benson 46 36 1,736 115 1,019 1,723
Billings 17 14 400 IC7 201 368
Bottineau 57 41 1,682 750 846 1,563
Burke 39 29 1,307 373 1.312 687
Burleigh 63 55 3,105 2.879 3,278 2,897
Cass 88 83 4,263 5,022 5,152 4,002
Cavalier 51 43 1,446 1,362 1,342 1,441
Dickey 38 21 1,230 960 996 1,164
Divide 38 26 1,285 687 677 1,137
Dunn 31 26 826 547 457 769
Eddy 22 22 1,070 524 392 1,031
Emmons 35 1 24 39 ' 44 21
Foster 21 18 740 654 640 776
Golden Valley ... 20 20 561 379 291 395
Grand Forks .... 71 58 2,893 3,285 2,869 3.043
Grant 50 29 1,028 596 774 939
Griggs 25 22 1.233 524 528 1,151
Hettinger 33 33 2,367 567 721 1,167
Kidder 41 7 405 278 269 377
La Moure 39 38 1,755 1,013 90 131
Logan 30 3& 866 890 983 754
McHenry. 64 45 1.666 032 1.049 1.397
Mclntosh 20 20 1,357 1,030 1,568 789
McKenzie 57 24 636 203 290 655
McLean 62 18 902 522 681 747
Mercer 30 19 1.010 419 609 825
Morton 57 53 3.010 - 1,879 2,402 2,585
Mountrail ....... 62 41 1,532 649 579 1,602
Nelson 35 25 655 665 175 105
Oliver 16 'l6 606 202 255 555
Pembina 34 31 1.356 1,710 1.534 1,408
Pierce 35 29 11.61 998 1,107 1.017
Ramsey 49 32 1.232 2.290 1,786 1,132
Ransom 32 32 1,839 1,254 1,409 1,603
Renville .. 25 1.105 386 381 1,035
Richland 50 23 994 1,272 1,076 1,056
Rolette 31 14 628 450 420 668
Sargent .... 27 27 1.555 696 880 1,465
Sheridan 30 » 26 771 397 470 707
Siowr 18 6 198 2,440 288 166
Stark 38 37 1,610 1.148 1.458 1,368
Steele 27 25 1.142 839 836 1,074
Stutsman ....... 70 23 1.953 1,591 1.732 181
Tcwner 38 28 . 902 775 712 935
TraUl 33 33 1,733 1,656 1,590 1,555
Walsh 56 1 23 53 44 32
Ward 91 65 3,591 2,415 2,075 3,095
Wells 47 2 75 70 -71 ‘ 76
Williams 71 42 1,627 663 643 I,MB
Totals 2,228 1,501 66,986 50,624 J 1,094 59,709
A workshop to restore disabled per- j ical adjunct of the Northwestern uni
sons to usefulness Is to become a clin-1 versity medical school.
By Williams
FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1930
Vote by Counties on Gasoline
Tax and Sunday Movie Issues
*■ ‘ (By the Associated Press)
• Gas Tax Sun. Movies
County Pets. Reported For Against For Against
Adams 33 30 648 583 851 653
Barnes 63 52 1962 2260 2168 2412
Benson 46 36 735 710 778 1195
Billings ...; 17 14 292 264 378 215
Bottineau 57 42 1228 1247 1091 1827
Bowman .* 34 „
BUrkc 39 29 883 1087 971 1225
Burleigh 63 55 2811 2393 3573 2196
Cass 88 78 4642 4773 4457 6010
Cavalier .. 51
Dicke ...r. 38 .... " .... ....
Divide 38
Dunn 31
Eddy 22 .. 700 719 657 885
Emmons 35 ..
Foster 21 ....
Golden Valley 20
Grand Forks 71 53 3293 3035 2809 4603
Grant 50 29 758 843 936 762
Griggs .* 25
Hettinger 33 33 984 1118 1350 955
Kidder 41 36 674 859 680 960
La Moyre A .... 39 38 1536 1314 1370 1772
Logan 30 069' 087 623 1222
McHenry 64 5 53 66 64 58
Mclntosh 20 1189 1029 874 1397
McKenzie 57 24 526 562 582 613
McLean.. 62 18 599 787 603 787
Mercer 30 2 89 78 105 82
Morton 57 47 1982 2293 2722 2006
Mountrail 62 20 533 737 997 1420
Nelson 33. ,
Oliver... 16 .. 400 411 379 446
Pembina 34
Pierce 35 .. .. 1
Ramsey ; 49 29 1515 1528 1638 1540
Ransom ! 32 .. 1354- 1557 . 1567 1951
Renville 30 ( ....
Richland 50
Rolette 31 23 824 1192 1568 894
Sargent 27
Sheridan 30 26 G 24 586 448 805
Sioux ; 18
Slope 33
Stark 38 37 1969 1452 2458 1252
Steele .-. 27 21 783 902 630 1285
Stutsman 70
Towner 38 -
Traill 33 29 1330 1497 972 2256
Walsh ; 56 .v
Ward 91 65 2730 3073 2982 3717
Wells 47
Williams 71 42 1136 1159 1169 1347
Total 2228 1033 40050 40968 43470 48667
County Tabulation on Vote for
State Treasurer and Auditor
(By the Associated Press)
State Auditor State Treasurer
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Adams 33 32 692 946 1135 453
Barnes 63 52 2598 1473 3939 1352
Benson 46 36 1402 ‘1490 1618 1347
Billings 17 14 225 383 422 179
Bottineau 57 41 1399 1188 1873 703
Burke 39 29 1242’ 994 1585 669
Burleigh 63 55 2159 4016 3721 3448
Cass 88 83 2229 7501 4694 4833
Cavalier :. 51 43 1031 1916 1738 1188
Dickey 38 21 916 1400 1295 1023
Divide 38 26 862 1159 1465 548
Dunn 31 26 537 862 965 425
Eddy ....: 22 22 872 021 1098 402
Emmons 35 1 17 47 23 41
Foster 21 18 618 910 910 640
Golden Valley 20 C 317 674 * 608 360
Grand Forks, 71 58 1687 4800 3713 2740
Grant 50 29 734 965 1065 620
Griggs 25 22 910 ' 869 1283 485
Hettinger 33 33 883 1132 1413 597
Kidder 41 7 299 410 435 261
LaMoure 39 38 1194 1734 1904 979
Logan 30 30 693 1275 995 972
McHenry 64 45 ' 1209 ’ 145!): .123 74
Mclntosh 20 20 947 1531 1321 1113
McKenzie 57 24 416 600 761 259
McLean 62 18 126 301 963 511
Mercer 30 19 747 731 1031 383
Morton 57 53 1750 3478 3105 1739
Mountrail 62 41 1266 1166 1921 514
Nelson 35 25 714 1207 1146 808
Oliver 16 16 430 405 672 182
Pembina .1 34 31 971 2170 1793 1486
Pierce 35 29 880 1454 1183 1071
Ramsey * 49 32 773 2223 1408 1714
Ransom 32 32 1216 1968 1920 1284
Renville .. 30 - 25 725 808 1253 317
Richland 50 23 662 1669 1311 998
Rolette 31 14 523 625 1712 421
Sargent 27 27 1266 1328 1720 888
Sheridan 30 26 634 569 808 353
Sihux 18 6 109 353 237 230
Stark .\. 38 37 827 2135 1767 1164
Steele 27 25 1234 340 1256 794
Stutsman 70 26 1292 2310 2056 1559
Towner 38 28 695 1036 944 - 808
Traill 33 33 1166 2302 1853 1564
Walsh :. 56 1 7 82 36 51
Ward 91 65 2345 3729 4193 2041
W«Hs , 47 2 55 98 95 . 56
Williams ! 71 42 1116 1279 1740 605
TOTAL 2228 1581 47607 74115 75222 46251
CAPTURE ALLEGED SLAYER
OF GOPHER GAME WARDEN
Suspect Will Be Questioned
About Disappearance of
Four a Year Ago
Virginia, Minn., June 27.— (JP) —Jay
Gould Heath, 46 year old northern
Minnesota trapper, and former Oel
wein, lowa, farmer, today signed a
confession to St. Louis county author
ities admitting the killing last April
24 of Norman D. Fairbanks Sr., Hib
bing, deputy state game warden.
Heath, captured last night after a
week's search of northern St. Louis
county, and after his son, Charles,
19, had been killed by a deputy
; sheriff, was absolved of all blame in
connection with the mysterious dis
appearance a year ago from his cabin
home of a family of six. Sheriff
Prank L. Magie of St. Louis county:
'said. 7T
Virginia, Minn., June 27.— (JP) —J. i
Gould Heath, 46. who, police said, has
confessed he killed a deputy game
warden, was to be questioned today,
about the mysterious disappearance a 1
year ago of a woman believed to be
his wife, and his three children. j
A week's search for Heath by a
posse through the wilderness of
northern Bt. Louis county culminated j
last night in his capture and the
slaying of his son, Charles, 19, when!
he resisted.
Sheriff Prank L. Magie of St. Louis
county said Heath, a trapper, ad
mitted the killing last April 24 of j
Norman D. Fairbanks. Sr., Hibbing. i
deouty state game warden.
The search for the father and son
ended when four members of the
posse of 50 surprised the two as they
were preparing a camp fire.
The son. Charles. 19. was shot and
killed when be fired upon the four,
when t'hey ordered the two to “throw
up yftur binds.” They were found .
about 21 miles northwest of Gheen
near the Little Fork river in Kooch
iching county, about 60 miles from
the Canadian border. The father,
after first firing a wild shot at the
four officers, dropped his gun and
surrendered.
According to Sheriff Magie, Heath,
with a woman said to be his wife and
three children, besides Charles, lived
in the Bear river country, north of
Hibbing, about a year ago. Settlers
have told the Sheriff that the woman
and three children mysteriously. dis?
appeared. When last seen Heath
took them in a boat across the river.
He returned alone.
After being questioned today by
Sheriff Magie, Heath was to be
turned over to officials of Itasca
county, where the shooting of Fair
banks occurred. A first degree mur
der warrant is expected to be Issued
immediately, Magie said.
Oh April 25. Fairbanks, seeking il
legal trappers, was shot and wounded
while he was at a cabin in the Wolf
lake district in this north woods
country. Complications set in, and
Fairbanks died from pneumonia a
week later.
Coop Elevator Man
Attacks Farm Board
An attack on federal farm board
plans to link up the farmers’ cooper
ative grain elevators with the opera
tions of the grain marketing corpor
ations of the board was broadcast
at Mandan, this afternoon, by Mil
lard R. Myers, of Western Springs,
111., who believes the actions of the
farm board will not benefit the
farmers.
He laid great emphasis on the
farmer elevators\projram .as-; it was
being developed up to the time farm
ttdfktting legislation designed to

County Votes on Lieut. Governor
And Secretary of State Contests
(By The Associated Press)
Lt. Governor Sec'y of State
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County ££ 3 (S *
Adame • 33 32 829 700 1009 563
Barnes ........ 63 52 2579 1345 2015 2008
gc?* on 46 36 1413 1453 1693 1182
I l *!*®*® 17 14 341 244 382 206
Bottineau 57 41 1158 1275 1692 884
Burke 39 29 1026 1028 1286 906
Burleigh 63 55 3918 2180 3306 2736
Cass 88 83 7125 2425 3938 5499
Cavalier 51 43 1841 1038 1365 1543
Sirfy 38 21 1464 845 1094 1231
Divide 38 26 995 930 1166 775
5“® n 31 26 780 590 812 538
gddy 22 C 572 909 1015 487
Emmons 35 25 44 19 19 46
Foster. 21 18 678 550 770 640
Golden Valley 20 C 595 360 510 471
Grand Forks 71 58 4310 1925 2949 3428
Grant 50 29 806 823 1039 622
Gnfgs 25 22 779 1050 1130 623
Hettinger 33 33 1074 911 1267 732
Kidder 41 7 367 318 379 316
Ea Moure 39 38 1396 1510 1420 1588
McHenry * 64 45 100 90 1593 1114
Mclntosh 20 C 1502 934 1380 1025
McKenzie 57 24 520 455 846 207
McLean 62 18 730 730 738 742
Mercer 30 19 612 839 1003 425
Morton 57 53 3236 1781 2154 1873
Mountrail 62 41 988 1385 1662 756
Nelson A 35 25 1363 771 1084 1174
2 hv ®r 10 6 343 467 609 226
Pembina 34 31 2179 929 1322 1815
gmrce 35 29 1387 814 741 1073
Ramsey 49 32 2102 771 . 1123 1685
S an *om 32 6 1919 1219 1545 1610
Renville 30 25 "05 761 1041 444
Richland 50 23 1628 688 1097 1132
g olettc 31 14 604 496 666 480
Sargent 27 6 1277 1294 1454 1082
Sheridan 30 26 565 665 788 420
S»oux 18 6 344 119 192 259
Stark 38 37 2102 792 1616 1269
Steele 27 25 1121 905 1103 899
Stutsman 70 26 1537 1016 1845 1771
Towner 38 28 983 689 882 831
Traill 33 6 2188 1228 1639 1766
Walsh 56 1 78 7 33 52
Ward 91 65 4177 2300 3467 2577
Wells 47 2 87 67 77 74
Williams 71 42 1102 1220 1624 743
TOT A 1 2228 1525 70805 46553 64500 56461
How County Voters Registered I
Preferences for Congressmen I
First D istrict
(By the Associated Press)
County Total Pets. Reported Burtness Clifford
Cass 68 84 7735 1999
Cavalier 51 43 1731 1399
Grand Forks 71 58 5075 1695
-Nelson 35 27 1479 752
Pembina 34 31 2282 968
Ramsey 49 29 2137 622
Ransom 32 32 2176 992
Richland 50 23 1449 341
Sargent 27 27 1442 1197 V
Steele 27 25 1283 596
Towner 38 28 1152 568 1
Traill 33 33 2417 1056 I
Walsh , 56 1 78 9 ;t
Totals 591 441 30541 12224 I
Third District
County Total Pets Reported Hendrickson Sinclair Townley ‘ 1
Adams 33 30 258 729 204
Billings 17 14 99 477 74
Bowman 34 .. ... ....
Burke 39 20 384 1141 802
Divide 38 26 341 1527 269
Dunn 31 26 288 892 268
Golden Valley ..20 147 704 161
Grant 50 29 225 1034 4446
Hettinger 33 33 314 1557 217
Mercer 30 .. ... ....
Morton 57 53 876 3278 1154
Mountrail 62 41 297 162 S 625
McKenzie 57 24 125 758 156
McLean 62 18 266 921 270
Oliver 16 16 71 567 209
Renville 30 25 292 931 507 t
Sioux 18 7 276 266 « 35
Slope 33 14 38 270 37
Stark 38 36 678 1879 518
Ward 91 69 2010 2921 784
Williams 71 42 324 1702 429 *
Total 860 552 7269 23260 7166 I
bring relief to agriculture was en
acted.
“The 4,000 farmer elevators are
working out a program of their own,
which is based on cooperation and
service,” he said. “They know by
experience what to do and how to do
it. And we say to the government:
‘Call off this army of wild agitators
which you arc paying with taxpay
ers’ money and let the farmers’ ele
vators alone. They have never asked
for government aid nor supervision.
They do not want it and they do not
need it. Their progress may be a
little slow but it is permanent.’ ”
MOTT STOCKHOLDERS MEET
Mott, N. D., June 27.—The annual
j stockholders’ meeting of the Pioneer
i Press company was held at Mott.
'This stock is held by 102 different
I owners including many farmers. It
; was formerly controlled by the Non
partisan organization acquired by
TAKES IP
One sorrel marc weighing about
1000 lbs. and one black mare with
white hind foot, about 1400 lbs.
Owner may identify same by calling
at my place, 10 miles east and 2 miles
north of Baldwin (Sec. .-.4-142-78).
‘W. H. Brown. Baldwin. N. D.
(6-20-27—7-3)
J HOTEL I!
AT THE GATEWAY OF MINNEAPOLIS L»g
/gSj -—Where you are made to feci at home — spj
rjn 600 First Class Rooms and U
XjlJ Three Restaurants— i r*
AT MODERATE RATES ggj
/Til * EXCELLENT FOOD COURTEOUS SERVICE
tgj MODERN FLRNISIHNCS SN
V&l W. B. 4iT.Aßk7M«n«##r j//
9 HOME OF W C C O STUO|OS A
Job Brinton in the heyday of the
|League organization. For the past
three years it has been under the
j management of F. G. Orr and has
been independent in politics.
■■ C
| Tabulation Second
District Balloting
•> ■' ■' ■
County— T’tl Re- Mar-
Pets, Hall shall
Barnes 63 59 3048 170 i
Benson 46 43 2138 1854
Bottineau .... 57 41 1215 135?
Burleigh 63 55 3103 206 S
Dickey 38 21 1323 1104
Eddy ' 22 22 666 871
Emmons 35 35 1817 1221
Foster 21 18 698 471
Griggs 25 25 959 99c
Kidder 41 36 902 92(
La Moure 39 39 1703 125!
Logan 30 30 1316 38?
McHenry .... 64 45 1516 1141
Mclntosh 20 20 1506 91]
Pierce 35 31 1578 83]
Rolette 31 14 699 48?
Sheridan .... 30 26 684 56?
Stutsman .... 70 26 2303 1231
Wells 47 2 102 5?
Totals 777 588 27281 1942’.

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