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Bismarck Tribune, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Bismarck, North Dakota Katrib Fob Kast. Cloudy to partly Cloudy tonight and tuesday the Bis Mahnk Tribune established Bismarck North Dakota monday april 23, 1923 Price five cents Florida sheriff is under fire Park Sites of Bismarck pointed out judge Christianson discussed subject of providing recreation places Sibley Island one f quotes prof. Waldron As say ing Bismarck has Many natural advantages Sites for Parks Are to some degree a matter of individual judgment although certain location. Might have such Superior advantages us to Render them the Choice of said judge a. M. Christiansen i presenting the subject of Parks for Bismarck to the students at William Moore school. The school children Are expected to use the material fexasateetetrlk107hw beats out competitors in endurance dance mania nothing new says Chicago Man pointing that modern endurance dancers a r e bikers. Break of dance Washington april interference was necessary to stay the efforts of the last survivors of Washington s dance Marathon who after a mysterious disappearance during the night came Back to n dance Hall and announced they were con tinning unbroken a performance they began last wednesday. When the police broke up the dance the couple declared they were completing their 108th hour und had made a new world s record. Live life week first essential of a Park s is a Tern is n definite plan Sencial if not More so than plans for the construction of a i continued the speaker. When there is i definite plan whatever construe is done in any one year How Ever Little it May be counts in the end. Every Shrub or tree planted fits into the part of a harmonious whole. Dallas Tex april j. New Man a Veteran quit the floor Here at morning having set a m i no dancing. He was allowed u 1.6 minute rest four hours it is As is i of h b endurance test which started at p. M. Last wednesday. Iii a Tho Thi smiling looms ready big ques tip for grading acne Parley of Allarea Frlj i Allied and turkish Delegat four graders Are named by More of stolen Bonds found in Mill City Coal pile arrested Lions firm As new Ference begins Reynolds to supervise Law s operation j turks support French i stations increase i Tim. A will stand with them i department finds one third against British Donees More stations buying Sion Aries. They say i Cream in one year machinery is Complete today for Lausanne april 23.-the question j in effect a Stera of u of the near Eastern Oil Fields Nesnec Jum Selling Cream on grades begin 1 rally. Those covered by the Chester using May 1, according to w. F. Key Inrid j concessions is in the foreground to j state Dairy commissioner. Mrs. Ohve Bright of Macon photographed after her husband concessions. U in the foreground Lynnwood l. Bright Hod been of the Allied and turkish Dele naked and beaten. Be Rakower meet in another Effort o i draft n peace treaty acceptable to both sides. J whether the physicians pronounced it Nian in fairly Good condition when he this morning. Craze nothing new Chicago april while dancing marathons have spread from coast to coast and have fall j an invention Poincare says graders were i lie new system they being Henry to. Fink of Werner v. X. Dempsey and e. Ii. Pierce of Bis i Marck and John i. Keachie of the will concessions conies before the con on i Ference formally seems to depend on april 30 and May 1 and then be As the Success direct he-1 signed., to territory. They will to in general subject of j University of Minnesota. They onies before the con school Jit Jamestown tween British and French Concession j late from one to another 01 four the turkish government Cream grading districts three in which were advised by the allies eluding North Dakota buying Sta when they agreed to detach economic tons. And Minnesota buying station. In addition a Man will be deputized at each Creamery. In revising lists Ial creameries throughout the state for the purpose of putting the. System int o effect it Coney s. Slaughter arrested at Spring City pa., after an year search of a charge of embezzling from the mercantile National Bank of put Hon col. He. Awaits a modern Park system consists j ing daily almost hourly health us questions from the treaty. Prance lit is believed will probably insist on right accorded her in 1011 Premier denies that allies by the former turkish government rejected 30 billion Marks offer and the British delegation has let it be known that it will support the j was found that there Are 1175. Cream French claim in the event the Issue buying stations in North defends Sale of h. P. Paper As necessary All but or Over of Bonds stolen from wis Consin bunk found through i Lay of Small boys in rear of modest Minneapolis Home. Minneapolis april secret service agents yesterday recovered More of Homes from a Roal pile in the basement no the Bernard Home , bringing total Bonds recovered Riim the Maiden kick wis., bunk rubbery to 27ft. Saturday Raymond Knutson aged 7, discovered Bonds in a Glass Jur while playing an Alley. Lira Hamson is sail to live taken Bon valued it. From the Knutson boy und to have of Bonds in a. Trunk and on a shelf in his Home which was later found in tile Day and the he hid in the Raul pile. One Bond and two Fullil Bonds still Are missing a dirty fruit jail Ley by a Small buy who broke it and gave the pretty coloured paper to Bis playmates contained in bunds stolen from Llie Lia Jik it maid kick. Maiden Kurk wis., nil january a the Jar was found by Raymond Knutson 7. Years old lying Between a Sleigh and a garage. How Long the Bonds had been concealed ii their unique hiding place and by whom probably Tabert probe brings action by governor irregular ies of official paid by lumber company to be investigated evidence startling Story of Jailer on actions of sheriff told to legislators they were never will there known. The legislative investigation committee in the Tauhert Caw. Late today promised a commend Ati Unn to abolish the Eon Vici leasing by item and Corporal punishment the immediate re Moval of she Riff Jones of Leon i aunty and the i of the Merit system far Ron Rioth and to permit time off for Guiod be Hauler. Tallahassee april by ligation of the alleged irregularities in the office of j. Junes sheriff Ami b. -p.1 Willis county judge of Leon county As charged by assist. A try. General Crimson of North Dakota through evident brought out the legislative investigation of itself. In a mania of the Middle j. F. Hecker a physician Points out that i Book enu tied the dcciare8 that German invents i non Stop dancing is not new. A of Parks of varying sizes and de j thormities Here and in other cities signs each adopted More or less for casting about for Law and arguments i the particular service it is intended j against the craze have been led to held to Render. In a general Way Parks Wooler if dance history is to repeat increase in size in proportion to the distance from the business . May be grouped into several classes but for the purposes of discussion Only three classes will to considered types of Parks. J first Largo natural Parks where Little besides building of. Roads and approach Sand Clearing out of underbrush. Hero would be placed the Sisley Island Grant of the u. Ern ment to the City of Bismarck judge cd Kristianson was most Enthu-1 spastic in his description of this Beauty spot of nature just within driving distance of the City where swoon the yours ims and 1614 a i for is brought before the conference. 1 delegates Here understand that the t United states through her represent representing an increase of about 33 percent in the number of stations in one year or. Reynolds said. Story to appease socialist cording to his Story the recent an tics of girl dancers in new Cleveland Dallas and elsewhere ports. April poin i were mild compared to some of the rare speaking in the town of void yes-1 dancers Back in the fourteenth and i Ter Day asserted that the offer of later centuries. V. I thirty billion Marks which Baron von recent records of co 80 and w j Rosenberg Germany s foreign Well Ter told the Reich Stag was i his ejected by the allies without a head who lived to a River made and was invented for the if such an amount is now Birds Are More plentiful than in Ter Wrolen that the girl danced for other vicinities where Deer and less month. Attempt to Pleane the German social manias of pfc the Premier said it is doubtless in duties to join Tho revel. A Aix i i i scouts Ifo abound and where. During these Plant life such As magnificent old a peasants left their plows elms and Oak Are twined in bitter their tools and House Vii Sweet and wild grape vines. Approach to Retreat. Tho matter of approach to this re treat of nature would be the most various consideration the speaker said. A Pontoon Bridge would per j haps lie the least expensive Means of i crossing to Tho Island so closely i connected Ecith the Early history of. Our Community i the speaker quoted professor Wal a Dron As saying that one of the Sites j along the Missouri River Bluffs Bo-1 Pond the country club including among other features Well developed outline of a former Indian is one of the most desirable Nark Sites in the state both Asui View and ease of approach. Various Missouri River Sites were recommended As excellent natural Park projects. One of those would include Appia artisans s to who suggested Ives their boys Bandon appear soon effect native. Joseph c. Grew will continue j the new Cream Grddingregula-1 to support the open Shore policy. Tons will mean a big saving yearly to the Farmers of North Dakota who Are producing no. 1 Cream or. J Reynolds declared. A Premium of four cunts will he paid for no. 1 Cream c. Lection of other tentative Sites by Al beep the defunct scan the members of the Junior High school Bank of Fargo in in their proposed essays on the 8nb.jcvent of Mailum to satisfy judgments Jet of Parks for Bismarck. It the been in District court Here a third class of Parks Are those placed in the Handa. Already existing such As school the fire part of Many grounds that Are calling for land-1 Browing out of i Edge of Farmers scaling and development. Stock Teyf Etc in the defunct co relation with the extensive Cap Bank of for Itol Park with its already proposed Bimage 6bout Ench and the de. Plan of Beautiful inn Acap no could. Fend neg named o. M. Co5in. Be an All important group in the a Envald Eide John Jarvis p. J. Ture City Park system of the City. Lay Plant now. The answer to the question when should this Park program be instituted the speaker continued is this does not mean that a huge expensive program should be undertaken at once and Large tax burdens added but it does mean that there should be a beginning now that n Park commission should be chosen that a definite policy should be formulated and a system planned so that even if Only one tree is planted it into the ultimate whole Zelop Parks. It takes time to de great buildings a be constructed in months but nature takes years to construct in Reba and tree. Continued on 4 Jacobson Andrew Kraft John plinus Henry Pill an l. C. Cross and Ole Spilde. Girl released from Minot jail Minot n. D., april Francisco 18, of ribbing minn., was released from county jail where she has been held since february 7, at a material witness in the White slave action i against 6 Rover Hoose also of Hibbing. The arrangements for the girl s release were perfected by Federal authorities. Hoose. Will to committed to the jail to wait trial. Grand Forks san Bernardino Calif april be sound but this year in Partick a distinct earthquake was Felt at Lor in View of present conditions in ton and Rcd lands near Here this the Winter wheat areas it would seem i morning at o clock. _ Redlands to me to be very foolish to reduce i re Poi the acreage of this crop in the Patton the Shock was said to Nave or. Duis pointed out. Information at hand that the. Winter wheat crop of the South Central states will be much below Normal due to extreme drouth and High winds and other Adverse conditions. Flood peril harassed s flood sit. Nation in Portage la Prairie proved it was Learned today. Any further serious trouble is believed to have been averted the Assini Boine River still is overflowing. Hymand state s governor today. Frank r. Nylnnd of Devlin take was governor of North Dakota to Day. In the absence of governor lieutenant governor was called to the capital to sit in. A special meeting of the state Don Board. Been pronounced but no damage reported. No earthquake was Felt Here. L three killed in Raleigh n. A. April persons were killed when a talc mine owned by the Standard mine in Moore county caved in today uncork ing to information received by nor Folk Southern railway officials Here from their agent at hemp. Judge Nuchols enters practice of Law in City judge s. L. Zuchok who has been assistant United states District at Torney at Fargo for three years resigned his posit Ion to enter into practice of Law in with William longer. Or. Nuchols for Merly lived in Mandan and we District judge in Morton circuit for five Adolph Lehman May not learn of court s decision Adolph a. Lehmann May not learn that the reme court today decided against him in an Appeal in a foreclosure proceeding involving 300. Lehmann is in escaped convict having fled from the state Penitentiary two years ago where he wag serving a term of 20 years imprison ment for murder. Lehmann. After conviction of murder and while pending an a peal repurchased property from his brother in Law George a. Bahno Mann and with his wife executed notes and mortgages for later in an action to foreclose the defendant being an escaped convict and whose whereabouts Are unknown answered with the assertion that the transaction was effected with fraud and for a real consideration of 300 Only. The supreme court however affirmed the decision of judge push in the Stark District court giving the plaintiff judgment against leh Mann. Germans to make offer London april Berlin Cor respondent of the Central news says he learns on Good authority that Tho German government is preparing a positive offer to the allies. The government he adds will declare its readiness to negotiate and discuss the question of reparations and guarantees. Can t Wake three. Oxford. Eng., april in mates o f Radcliffe infirmary Here have been attacked by. The sleeping sickness and have been in this condition for. Several Days. Their condition however is considered not serious. Tested. Vain Effort made or Thi 1 i. I s or that this must be the Best min the lumber Camp and testified sit Rel show of different. New 4 _ an nun Uii Tri it it must he remembered that a effects and costumes will be townies turned Tho courier news of the Many new Novelty Over to the state executive was imported from , tee and it was operator under the or. Draper supervision of the present executive committee until nearly election time last fall when one morning or. Townies was advised that was or there would be no per in Tho morning. Tho state executive committee announced that there were no More funds Avail Nelv k there was no place or person colonel Bloom the manager of Tho courier news to look to but or. As the National committee he. an address tomorrow Oen poured into the courier in a a the Annua 1 meeting Harding goes to m York Washington april Washington Tot get vain Effort to get it on a paying bus is but with the summer months of the associated press. His and be made at the luncheon in connection with the meeting. Up every week it was very evident j that from to would i be necessary to keep the paper go ing through the summer months Only to have the Plant on the verge of bankruptcy next frill. J sold for Protection the courier news was sold to protect the Bond who had loaned courier Money to i keep it going Tho past year and to Ley 17, and Harold Olson 15, High sends boys to prison Minneapolis april Las protect creditors All of whom will now be paid. A. P. Dot bin stated very decisively that he would not buy Tho Cour Ier unless to com get Possession before the Spring advertising season was Over and All other offers were school students who pleaded guilty to murder in the third degree in connection with the slaying of Wil Liam Tallat in his radio shop Here in february today were sentenced to indeterminate terms in the state reformatory. Just Windy proposals with no i judge Frank m. Fye in pasing. Money behind Thorn. J sentence on the Hoys declared they or. Townies did Tho same thing were the products of Thi insane sold Tho courier news and pre ago of Money and material vented a crash which would have left the courier Bond holders and Credi tors holding the sack. J i hold no brio for or. Town of he has a Happy faculty of talking himself alien he considers it re Ade succeeds a. M1ddaugh Henry i., Reade today succeeded necessary and 1 have made this r. A. Middaugh As state fire marshal statement because it hns come to my j reversing the Day s scene of two notice that others some of whom years ago when or. Middaugh sue know better have publicly stated j needed or. Reade to the position. That there was no immediate Noces 1 Deputy fire marshal 4. A Stenson sity for soiling the courier. Of devils Lake also took office today continued on Page three succeeding 0. T. Haakenson. On the night Tabert died he was one of the men ordered by Higgin Hotham to prepare the body for Bur Ial. The witness said there were Many had lacerations on the face Anil head. Body was bloody Tom Pope a negro said he served n sentence at the logging Camp for running away from a turpentine Camp. Pope said he saw Tabert whipped was with him when he died and was one of those Tio bathed him preparatory for burial. The blood from his wound. Had seeped through his night clothes and the bed Sheet looked As if a piece of bloody Beof had lain on w. W. Matthews former steel gang Foreman at the Camp thought until an hour before he appeared before the committee that the Ryan Botham was Tabert but that he got into in with another Man who witnessed it named just before his appearance before the committee and had come to Tho conclusion that it was a Hoy called South Carolina Boatright who received that flogging. In the 13 months he was employed by tie company he. Said he saw virtually every one of the some 200 convicts whipped and not one to his knowledge was held to the Regula Tion 10 blows the flogging averaging around 50 or 60 blows. based his first opinion that it was Tabert he had seen whipped on the fact that he saw Tabert after death and his head was bruised and lacerated and his nose broken. It was frequently the practice for Higginbotham to place his foot on the Nock of the victim he testified. Bon Titi Tea j. B. Burch testified from the viewpoint of an experienced whip Ping Boss now retired and farming in Taylor county. He worked for the Putnam company four weeks As official Whipper during which Fie administered 28 punishments a his reports would show he said. Two whippings wore at his own in Mac Tive one for general principles a a shapes e a shapes

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