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   Bismarck Tribune, The (Newspaper) - January 11, 1922, Bismarck, North Dakota                                f The Weather Generally Fair THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE Last Edition FORTIETH YEAR BISMARCK, NORTH. DAKOTA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11 PRICE FIVE CENTS DAIRY CIRCUIT HOW M'CUMBER'S ELECTION TO WORE COURSE BOMB THROWN AT BELFAST TRAMCAR; BRIMDLMES" Tp BE STARTED FINANCE COMMITTEE IMPRESSES IN BANK m FOR PARIS TO WITHOUTDELAYV WELL KNOWN NEWSPAPER MAN IS UNDECIDED ARGUMBEUNRTCSHINTRIAL FACE CABINET Officers of Meet ,Harry Hunt of Newspaper En- Here and Decide Upon terprise Says Wall Street Course of Procedure TO BUY GOOD CATTLE Fears Senior North Dakota Senator of FAVORS SOLDIER BONUS Arrangements Made to Send _J-------- j Representatives to Dairy Cen- Leadership of Finance Commit-' ter to Purchase Holsteins tea Says Writer Aid i Farmers of Northwest in Present Crisis The Bismarck Holstein Dairy Cir- cuit will be put into immediate oper- ation. This was decided upon at a held last evening in Bismarck by ficers of- the- circuit who "are Louis Garske, president; Lee Mallard, vice president, and John Schneider, secre-t tary-treasurer, and others. Two immediate steps are to be taken by the circuit They are: BY HARRY HUNT. Washington. Jan. far.ner 'y frofn thcr northwest A man w'hose personal financial in- ue wholly in farm Max Morgan, livestock specialist of inttre-t.- _the_ Agricultural QiHege. will he sent guc-K A gtates g stltutnts are 90 per cent farmers with exclusively agricdltural. of to Wisconsin to itunhaM-oMMK- two Xorl, IuUola. -who. by the deoth ot carjoads of Holsteins ,5oie< of moves into the i hairmauihip Angeles. Jan.' Arguments of States Attorney of Cass County for conviction of Ar- 1 Not Wilffng to Make Statement on Possible Trials HEATON UP TOMORROW! thur C Eurch, charged with the mur-   today by tjie benjte" charged with embezzling committee investigating tnat Hqaton will be sentenced tomorrow American soldier-, had heen iiutigeti afterrtnon The maximum penalty for ''i r ranee to check up on te-sunwny the crime for which he was convictM "t tormer service men as to the al- days in jail and a fine of .egi-a mesa! is The jury'-terommen led- leniency. _ ur The real staU- of in the Itosb. oi uanville, HI., a soon. Mr. Morgan has gone into the dairy side. Just what of individual, then, is this man from the who causes such chilis of apprehension of Much lTrged in War Department Report renters of, Wisconsin recently to pur- chase carloads of cattle for farmers in various parts of the state. Be- cause of shortage of feed in Wiscon- along the spine of Wall street, sin some very advantageous prices have been obtained, it is said. Per-' ot sons who desire to purchase cattle A angular westerner, florid and through Mr. Morgan are asked to! wind-beaten' of face with sparse ment of a number of army activities notify rte Bismarck Commercial Club, tawny hair and a high pitched-Jiasal ,ito hy a 'tio-Be vhlch will get in touch with the of-i drawl suggestue ot nis Scotch Jan. of scores of tracts, owned by the war depart- and the consolidation or aholish- PrnnoT-lv' i-efore Heaton was uncovered last rrupcnj year are expected to be revealed by the rc-fiirt of the ret fiver, O. L. Eti- A staff of accountants has beon I busy for sometime compiling; data and l'his. it is will be ready to to the state banking irt and that he uev- c-r heard of any hangings in that lo- cality. Robert Hatrisbri, of Wilming- ton, had testified that he saw a Mex- ican Ivnihed near Gondrecourt and that the body taken to a hospital ith rope marks around the neck. Senator Watson presented to the a.g.ainst fo.rm9r F committee an affidavit by J. A. Mc- Donald, of YoungPtown, Ohio, setting the Baasons ___ CABINET MEETS ___ Dublin, Jan. the Asso- c ated to be taken toward setting up of a new government in Ireland for carry- ing the terms of the Anglo- Irish treaty were considered by the cabinet of the Oail Eireann at -a-meeting today.- One of the moves, it is understood, will be the appointment of a commission to proceed to London and confer with the British government. It is regarded as likely that Dublin castle will be taken over from the English within the next few days. The release of the, political pris- oners is expected in a day or two. An official statement regarding the new government's program was expected to be issued this af- ternoon. Cannes, France, Jan. tht Associated Briand will leave Cannes for Paris at I o'clock this afternoon, it was an- nounced this morning, not only torm the French cabinet as to the status of negotiations here but, it is understood, to meet and answer criti- c-isms of certain groups of the opposi- tion and to demand that the Chamber of Deputies support or reject him. BRITISH PACT- ____ ._ committee, which alter months of in- ficers of the circuit. It is desired to bears. vestigaticn into the adusability of I complete the list of purchasers in the' Born 64 years ago near Crete. 111., iisposn.g of war department proper- very near future. It is not necessary he moved as a child with his parents ty. made public its report to be a member of the circuit in order'to a homestead near Hochester. Minn The sub-committee of which Rep- to purchase through Mr. Morgan. i He went to the countrv school and tentative McKenzip, Republican, II I "uu has bbi'ii a -ft it was said. ANDERSON OUT OF r 'f] I T IT Mr. Havens, who will be superln- )ater to the Rochester "high sthual. "now. WBI chairman, approved recom- K fl I N ,U 1 11 tendent of the circuit is a dairy ex- Then he to the war department as pert and had charge of the Agricultur-, during vacations, un-' "s tne of arm-v and min' al College Dairy herd. His fatter a til he had money enDUgh to enter the member of the New Salem Holstein i-niversitv o' M'chiean circuit which has attracted so much tmverslty favorable He will visit Start-. Law Practice. herds of members of the associa- Out of college, he set up in the tion and conduct regular tests of pro-' practice of law at Kochester, but the prison in France when Private Fitz- gerald was shot and killed "by a Sergeant Cooper' or Kuippa of New- castle. Pa." McDonald said he was reaih to tes- tify in support ot renent testimony, to that effect by Edward Duner, of San Francisco. duction. 01 reservations no longer needed for war purposes. In addition, the sub-committee- rec- consolidation at Camp Georgia, of the infantry in- on for the Continue as He Says Head Head, The district court today continued its work of disposing of the grist of GRIFFITH TAKES PLACE Dublin, Jan. the Asso. eiated Press) Arthur Griffith, new president of the Dail Eireann, and today assumed the places to which they were elected yesterday, On February 14, the Dail will reconvene to ratify formally the peace document which it approved as the representative body of the Irish Republic. The the proverbial "slip twixt the'cup and lip" was not ignored, and it was feared in some quarters that the republi- cans might use the interval in at- tempt nn to turn popular feeling to their side. Meanwhile no forboding haunt- ed the   the Shantung nego- McCumber one tuticns- renewed by the fishing. Saturday afternoons he will- Japanese and Chinese, hie to southern' Maryland. TJjere he, The delayed developments over re- fishes as long as he an see to haul ffrences to.jho fortification articles them in. l tne treaty to Tokio led to a Next to fishing, motor.ng is his general bf-liPt that no preliminary i.- ot thp conference would be Are the hail or non-negotiable and are thp> payable ratably out of the fund collected the year of their payment, and if the fund is Insuffici- ent to pay in full should the -warrants lit pro rated. The opinion of Judge Coffey is that the warrants are not negotiable and that they are payable in full and should no: be pro rated. The order of fudge Coffey certifying the matter to the supreme court states the reasons theretor as follows: "And these qnt-stions are hereby certified to the supreme coart of the state of Xorth Dakota for speedy termlnation and in the exercise- of its discretion hereby finds, as a reason foi said certification that many hail warrants in the aggregate sum of up- U.S.DEPARTMENT CONSIDERS FORT To Decide On Need For Future Military Use TO FINISH MILL Cost of completing the Grand Forks mill and elevator is estimated at ap- proximately by engineers for tho C. L. Pillshury company, en- ineers for the mill, according to in- formal information submitted to the industrial Commission. The mill has cost to date in excess of Cost of the mill and levator complete, with trackage, is rstimated at about TANKSCORPSTO AIDjNSEARCH Ordered Out to Find Jame3 Maher, Missing Official own chauffeur' He ncesn't like poker, an in- different hand at bridge and thinks of golf as cow-pasture pool. Why He's Feared. Just why there should be alarm wards of thousands of dollars issued amoEg high-protectionists at McCum- by the State of Xorth Dakota, are still unpaid; that the farmers to whom tl'ese warrants were issued are finan- cialh unable to carry the same. That in the effort to sell said hail warrants kgal objection has been raised to the validity thereof, by attorneys of na- tional repute who demand that the ber's> elevation may not be For he is an open and avowed high-pro tectioni.st. But McCumber want.-, protection afforded equally to agriculture and WATERABILL IS INTRODUCED The War Department still has un- der consideration the question of whe'her or Fort Lincoln will be needed in future military develop- SHAFER RETURNS FROM FARGO TRIAL George Shafer, assistant attorney- ment, according to information re- general, has returned from Fargo ceivsd by the Bismarck Commercial where he represented the attorney- Club. The question of converting the general's office at the trial of Frank fort into a institution or into C. Heaton, charged with embezzle- a rehabilitation hospital for wounded ment. Mr. Shafer lent assistance to soldiers has been taken up with the 'he state's attorney in the case. Hea- St, Paul, B. Miller, secretary "of the Republican national committee and congressman from the Eighth Minnesota district, died in a hospital late yesterday after nn illness 'of two weeks. Mr. Miller, for many years a resi- dent of Minn., but for the _ past year residing in Washington, D. Duiuth. Jan. of the C, became ill while on a visit to Du- -D ,uth Tank Corps wlth and luth, and on January 2. he were to leave ms monring i'or the wildest portion of Minnesota. the northeast tip to establish a DaSe tor in airplane ordered by the state to search for James MaHer. Cook coun'-v commissioner who has been tor fifteen days in the vicinity of f v pstpond r 8 1 P clca'ly Until u r ee last Sunday, when hospital attaches, Thunder Bav reported a marked improvement in his since Valor Rav Miller "the first COUPLE DRIVE INTO BLIZZARD Taylor, .V. D.. Jan. lieted to started from an over- heated furnace drove Mr and Mrs L11B as J A. Marcusson from a new, farm for the little armv noiise recently into a ,inl Washington. Jan, the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Wa- lbe an- especu.. s-culd be authorized a? far as Utation hosnit" thR fmtpd St.'tes is concerned un ler lltatlon .ndustry. captains, cf industry who a mtrcduced t.jday by Repre-n- uave sought protection for their tame Chalme- s. Republican, Onio. products have opposed tariffs en products because they desired for .their workers so decision it will be easier to dis- pose of said warrants in the money I could be kePl low- markets of the country. That the "The American market, says Mc- financial condition of the farmed of Cumber, "belongs of right to the the state of Xorth Dakota is such that American farmer, to the exclusion of the speediest possible decision upon every other farmer on earth, until with an- profitable which provides, however, that the c'jst of ihe international waterway foe- met by a bind guaranteed by cue United State-, and Canadian gov- ernments. War Department informally. Local people believe the fort would'ment. fine place as a rehabi- for wounded ex-ser- vice nif-n It is held tin ikely that the govern- ment vill take any steps toward turn- ing the fort to the state for use as a state institution without legisla- tive .action. ton was found guilty of embezzle- recently completed into a blinding blizzard They were able to some of'their hou.-ehold effects The home, owned by Mrs. K. Knutson of thi.s place, was a total loss of ap- proximately partially covered iij insurance. airplane, Adjutant General W. F. Rhinow last night ordered Captain L. J. Moerke to proceed with a tank corps detachment to Grand Portage.' 170 -miles by road from Duluth, to establish a base. Tanks and trucks with gasoline and oil. which is not De' obtainable in the region 100 miles from a railroad, will be carried by the tank corps as well as provisions the man. desolate region for the missin 000 LIMIT SET ON FARM LOANS; APPLICATIONS MAILED OUT BY BANK -this- joint should be reached." The order was made in a case farmingt taken one year othert is made just as brought by the First National Bank mcasured bv the labor expended, as of Halstead, Minn., against S. A. Ols- ness, commissioner of insurance, and D, C. Poindexter, auditor of state, in which the bank sought to enforce pay- ntent of a crop mortgage- from the hail indemnity due- the mortgagee. (Continued on Page COMMISSION KATE SETTLEMENT ICE HARVEST Beach, X D.. Jan. a deci- of the state railroad commission IS UNDER WAY jnanded dow3 here- that takes An exceptionally fine ice harvest is} and the officials of the Montana now under way on the-Missouri river'Light and Power company to task here The ice is about 25 inches' for refusing to to dts- thick and is very clear. Thp 'Wachter Transfer___r__ men working in the harvest trie rates 2 cents a kilowatt, power in addrtton to a number of teams. Ice i rates 11-2 cents a k. w.. and makes is beiffg cut both for Mandan and for a flat rate of 13, cents a kilowatt for Bismarck consumption. Ice also is 1 street lighting, with po-ver vested .n heing nit for USP of. the state prison the city council as to when cuss light rates. The order of the Company state commission cuts residence elec- Several thousand tons of ice will shall be used and when TTie be put up for use in Mandan, Bis- latter point the gtambling block, marck and other towns the commission found, the utilities _______ _ company refusing to comply w.th or- Cannine was first brought to1 this j ders of the city to eliminate lighting INVEST GREAT SUMS IN NORTH DAKOTA LANDS St. Paul, Jan. of acres of fafm land in Mon- tana and North Dakota at a pHce approximately was an- nounced today by three St. Paul and Minneapolis men. The land includes 90 improved farms and is located in Roseberg, Yellow- stone, Dawson, Hill, Garfield, Blaine and Fergus counties. In Montana and Kidder, Ward. Bow- man, McHenry and Billings coun- ties In North Dakota. It Is pro- posed to bring m farmers from Illinois and Iowa to settle on the It was -declared JJr noon Jan. 11 Temperature at ending at A M 12 The farm loar department of the Bank of Xorth Dakota today mailed not be remitted, until called.for 'refunded in case GEORGE YOUNG TO RUN AGAIN Congressman From Second Dis- trict to Seek Reelection Jan. Young, congressman from the second Xorth Will be a candidate pec tion by appraiser, in case of reje tion nrior to personal inspec- -It comes to me tn t rt is ,on, except in case the rejection ing circulated that I L a 1S wefp {or misrepresentation. candidate for re-election and may be a 1.x tound incomplete 1. it ,s announced ipplicntions will he registered by candidate for United States SnatoJ' i conntif ,n order of their receipt. Ap- said This is not true. I farmers who are seeking farm loans at 7 A M......... 12 >esusday .2? Lowest yester lay Lowest last nisht Precipitation ..........Trace to any one person is announcetl piuant mii't bp artual resident of'am noc -3? candidate for United States Highest wtrd .-elocity.......1S-XW by the farm loan department in suite, actiu! farmer with permanent any sense and have no Weather Forecast. to close loan? A maximum limit of on For Bismar k antl tonight and Thursday, not change in temperature. For Dakota- Generally fair tonight and Thursday, not much change in ten.perature Weather The western high pressure area circulars ompanyfng thp blank ap Pair o! cations The limit was adopted, it mu( h ls said. Imause of the desire to aij on ;i farm on date of ap- intention of becoming such. It is plication Land for soon to make an announcement and mu-t h" part of Upland ac-tually begin my campaign for re-election to as many possible and as a farmed by the applkant -congress, but at the proper time my .nnsideration will be civen, to formal announcement will be made." application-- the Iran is need- fd to protpct the aplioant trortT t> LOUIS HILL TO loss of !u- lanil at an earlv date thcnueh expiration of the year of re- demption under_fore< losure, etc The initiated law of 1920. Minot. X D, Jan. W. was passed after the discovery erf Hill, chairman of the board of direc- SPEAK AT MINOT country in 1821. bright moonlight night. was an all-cash proposition. An Englishman claims an Inven- tion for using crudp rubber in manu- facturp of shoe sole's, hook and paper NEWSPAPER! measure of safety lor the department Tbe-p will be no more loars of j 000. siifh as wa-< made to J. U. Mc- Mahon, the department ha.-, dec ided Policies of the department are 'has increases in intensity and the. outlined m directions given to pro- routhern low pressure area has ad- spective applicants, which me hide- Vance.1 to tne states while an- Registration fee of b; .._ r____ _......._ ______. _. cther low pre-sure area has appear- bank draft or postoffice mone-. crdPr many loans non-residents of tors, of hie Great Xorthern railroad. ed over tV Canadian Xoyhwest onlyi must ac "ompany all appl ca- the state and to persons not tarmers. has definitely accepted the have fallen over the tlons jjiu fee is to covar part o: will be closely adhered to by the de- of the Mlnot Chamber of Commerce Northern bin they are sMU expense of aministration involved in I riartment law-prohibited loans to Batten i which Is near or normal. Excepting handling any appl.cation j m anv person except an actual res.- for son f date soon Mr. Hill had pre-J lieht in prattered areas the Appraisal are for each dent farmer intimated he would accept weather ha1- fair. i lOfi applied for or fraction thereof The a'm of the department, as out-, such an invitation contingent upon ORRIS W ROBERTS with a maximum of for one j jn thp circulars will be "Sa.fe-, wheth-1- other engagements m.ght Meteorologist. .irplicatiun Appraisal fees should Co-operation." jionnict   

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