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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 November 1916

Preparations to Mobilize All Union Forces in Contest With .Capital EMPLOYERS ALSO TO COPE WITH PROBLEM Big Fund Raised To Defend Eight Hour Legislation Reported (United Press.) Washington, Nov. 21.—No deci­ sion has been made by the rail­ way brotherhoods whether they will strike if the Adamson Eight Hour law fails to meet with their demands when applied by the Railroads. President Stone, head of the engineers, declared last week that a strike would foliow if the men did not get a real eight-hour day. This reversal is perplexing labor leaders and rail heads. It is considered certain that the brotherhoods will be content to await a constitutional decision of the Adamson law. In speaking be­ fore the American Federation of Labor, in session at Baltimore, the brotherhood chiefs maintained absolute silence on this phase. By BASIL M."MANLY. Haliimnre, Mil.. Nov. 21.—The most Important aspect, of I he convention of the American Federation of Lbor, now in session, is the almost universal c...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 November 1916

TO VISIT IN FLASHER. Miss Caia Peters of the state audi­ tor's office began ljer annual vacation! "I never thought Have yc.y found what hundreds of our customers have found in Ihe Red Cross Shoe— •—complete rdcare from foot dis tomfort wit.lout sacrifice of fcot Ivcar stylp? Come in today—av.i Hoskins Ill IIUV is Hi SIGNAL (Asociated Press). Rome via Paris, Nov. L'l.—An at­ tempt to introduce some of Wagner's music into a concert conducted by Toseanini resuhed in an uproar hist liight which brought the performance to a premature conclusion. The or­ chestra had commenced ihe funeral march from Gotlerdammernng when there were loud shouts of "it is for ihe victim of Padua" a storm of implica­ tions against Wagner and Germany came from all parts of the great audi­ torium and the concert had to lie aban­ doned. s:c. J1 odo v. She will .spend her holiday Flasher folk. Nutrition does not count for much without flavor. And when it comes to flavor the big is Krumbles. Look for this signature...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 November 1916

•iV^y- m r\? 'i *fek '2 i!!•:•• TUESDAY NOV. 211W6 I S as uiiiiiu:i Sx To incur* Victor quality, always took for the famom trademark, "Hi* Master's Vote." It ia on •very Victrola and every Victor Record. It Is the identifyiaK label oa all genuine Victrolas and Victor Rscordi. cho the because only the Victor gives you his voice exactly as it is —because only the Victor thrills you with his mighty power —because only the Victor charms and caresses you with all the delicate beauties of his subtlest tone shadings 1 -t —because.-only the Victor and Victor Records convey his matchless art to all the world for all time Caruso is the mightiest singer the world has ever seen. He dominates the artistic world. By sheer force, of his genius he has at his beck and call every resource known to his art. Only the best would suffice for such an artist. His choice of the Victor was a foregone conclusion. He decided that only the Victor could do full justice to his superb art, that only the yictor cou...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 November 1916

?v FOUR i". THE TRIBUNE Entered at the Postoffice, Bismarck, N. D., as Second Class Matter. ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month........1 .60 Dally, by mall, per year J.00 Weekly, by .mall, per year I SO Member Audit Bureau of Circulation •THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12 noon, November 21.1916: Temperature at 7 a. m. 19 Temperature at 12 noon 28 Highest yesterday 30 Lowest last night 15 Precipitation 06 Highest wind velocity 14-SW Forecast: For North Dakota: Fair tonight and Wednesday warmer tonight in the north and west portion and in the east and south portions Wednesday. O. W. ROBERTS, Observer. Bismarck '5 Calgary 2S Chicago Denver than a blot in the heart.—Cer vantes. thracite is bringing $15, and will go higher. The higher grades of eastern bituminous coals arc unobtainable at any price. But there is plenty of lig nite, and it is selling at the san...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 November 1916

TUESDAY NOV. 211916 HOLMBOE Photographs Win by Comparison Your friends can buy any­ thing you can give them, except your photograph. We suggest immediate ap­ pointment. Open Sundays. Fori Christinas A new line of— HANDKERCHIEFS BOUDOIR CAPS Hand-Made CAMISOLES All Kinds of Hand Made HAMDBAOS and many other Novelties Nielsen's Millinery BroadwJy FrL and Sat., Dec. 15 MATINEE SATURDAY REPERTOIRE *yfWINO ,...... «wLucia Di Laqimermoor SATURDAY MATINEE, (Duble BmTW casts)....... .'.Cavalleria Rttticana and I'Pagliacci SATURDAY EVENING Aida PRICES: Evenings: $2.00, $1.50 and $1.00 Matinee: .$2.00 $1.50 $1.00 and 75c •, 8eat Sale Opens Tuesday, December 12, at 9 A. M. at FINNEY'S DRUG STORE Season ticekets for the three performances, $5.00 Librettos 25 cents each opera Mail orders received now Miniature diagram showing location and prices of seats upon request SOCIETY Civic League To Giyp Benefit Card Party Members of the Civic Improvement league, at a meeting: yesterday after­ noon, comp...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 November 1916

BIZ SCOOP 1=3 them. REPORTER DUDLEY NORMAN 2)^ inches URj A I cizi* iWr), 6 vc r* 0 0 ?c *f, }'ow• .* Co.. l*ric. J1.' mai'A.'m..»-..' fi'm' e.n«rrdi4.j-^aa.n cii' Our name •finding it. iif m&m v-vvtv .. .. 'tO Mism, mm 30SS-SINCE. Tfl'PRINTER* HAVECHALLENGep U5 EPlTORJrtL DEPARTMENT| TO A ^OOT^LL •ATORDrtY-XRI^EDy Real Comfort Warm, snug arctics, light in weight, easy on, easy off—they make walking in winter a pleasure. Foot-Schulze arctics arc just about ideal. So is every Foot-Schulze rubber—and m, there's one for (& 5CW(A *.* every purpose. xi*' &co. GOOD VDEJc. E/ MAGNETO PRACTICE— OH—^oo "TRX \T~ sfl R$t' (Special to the Tribune.) New England, .\*. D., Nov. 21.—Ja­ cob Rothschiller of the German Alli­ ance of North Dakota instituted a new lodge of the alliance at E'lemu hall, live miles north of this city, Sunday afternoon, with a membership of Go. The oflicers elected are as follows: President, Nick Miklautscli of New I0n eland. and .secretary, A. J. Wald, also of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 November 1916

TUESDAY NOV. 211916 No Advertisements Accepted "T. P." 'Till Forbidden Classified Ads^Cash in Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. HOW TO AMWM UN» AM. |JI mis atgMtt wltk nantem or M0M]* care Tribmae most be am •vmi bf letter addreaiied to the fember given la the ad. Tribune tm ||qh ar« not permitted to tell who aap advertlaer li. Mall or send your aiajrar to Trlbtme No. ——, and rre wffli forward It to the advertiser. C. W. Litten,. Bismarck— ll-18-3t WANTED—Runge and company wants two waiters. Apply in person im mediately. ll-18-3t WANTED—Experienced man to fill important commercial position with an old established house. Must be of unquestionable ability and integri­ ty and if able to speak German, so much the better. All communica­ tions absolutely confidential. Posi­ tion should be filled not later than January first. With fulll details as to experience and references if not vrcll known in Bismarck. Address No. 30 care Tribune. l}-18-2t WANTED—First class shoe maker....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 21 November 1916

EIGHT DUES FOR IIS 11118 SHOWS uon Bismarck Dealers Express Interest in Coming Palatial Attractions in New York and Chicago Xew York's great automobile show will bo hold in the Grand Central Tal ace building from January to Janu­ ary II!. The .second greatest auto show in the United States will be held in the Chicago Coliseum from January 27 t1 February 3. These dates wore made public this week. Hismarck automobile dealers are inking much interest in Hie coming shows and no doubt several will be re­ presented at both 1 lie Chicago and th New York events. TO ATTEND REUNION OP ATHLEtlC STARS OF IOWA UNIVERSITY C. u\T. Kirk, manager uf ihe Hi: marrk branch of ihe Mair.hall Oil company, Mrs. Kirk and their two children left today for their former LOW ROUND TRIP Home Visitors Fares Via December 1 to 31 Liberal Stopover and Return Privileges Secure Information and Tickets from W. A. DONALD, Agent Bismarck A. M. CLELAND General Passenger Agent St. Paul, Minn. St. Paul Outdoor Sports Carniv...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 November 1916

The Weather. Partly Cloudy. Judge Hook at Kansas City Knocks Out Wilson's Pet Measure 3ASE TO BE APPEALED TO SUPREME TRIBUNAL Decision Merely Expedited Move­ ment to Get Final Ruling on Issue Kansas Qity, Nov. 22.—Judge Wal­ lace Hook in federal court here today held that the Adamson eight-hour bill is unconstitutional and invalid. He refused to pass on an application made by receivers of the Missouri land Gulf railway that injunction against the Adamson law be dismissed. Fed­ eral attorneys expect to take the case to the supreme court at once and test the validityiof the act there. Judge Hook's decision asserts that this is an independent suit to enjoin the enforcement of the recent act of congress, commonly known as the Adamson law. He bases his opinion on the ground that it is C9ntrary to the constitution and in character typi­ cal to the number recently filed through the United States question­ ing the constitutionality of the law. The court then informed that the other cases st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 November 1916

r. £lr & i~ TWO V: »jr, 'It'll ELOPE JUM" The young man was given a hear­ ing before Judge Nuessle of Hismarck at Steele today. .The dismissing the case is the culmination of oiif the most interesting transpiring this vicinity in some time. May Sue for Damages. Attorney John A. .lorgenson Jamestown, who defended Chance, stated yesterday afternoon that in all: probability action for heavy damabes.l claiming malicious prosecution, will be brought against Fred Riddle, the! girl's father, who caused the arrest of Chance. As a result of the prose-1 cuiton of the young man by the ir-! rated Kidder county farmer, Chance has spent 32 days in jail. I "We'll Elope Again," Say Couple. Chance is now free hut develop-'! meats yesterday afternoon tend to show that he will not be free long. "Just as soon as 1 get the opportun-j ity, I'll elope again with Maty,-' said the young man in discussing the case.! With these prospects indications are lie will soon he "hound over'' to the care of Mary R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 November 1916

"4 1 WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 1916 Another Stupendous A play which received the endorsement of press and public as a legitimate attraction and which left a profound impression upon the minds of .those who saw it at the theatres. It returns in films a mammoth production, enhanced dramatically and artistically by-the wide scope of the camera. Celobrated Players Film Co. Presents r: IN HIS ORIGINAL ROLE OP DAVID QUIXANO IN The photo play pictures with startling realism life in Russia and the tribulations of a foreigner who seeks his fortune in the great "melting pot" of the, universe, the United States. It deals with and solves the problem of intermarriage between JEW AND GENTILE, bringing the plot to a supreme cli­ max and a happy ending. Whether or not you favor Russia, regardless of your opinion concerning the intermarriage question— You Will Enjoy Every Foot of the Six Reels Utilized to Visualize The Story of the Play IT WILL GRIP AND THRILL YOU, HOLDING YOU SPELLBOUND UNTIL THE CLOSING...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 November 1916

rote THE TRIBUNE Entered at the Postoffice, Bismarcl:, N. D., as Second Class Matter. ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY 6UBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABIiE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month $ Dally, by mail, per year 4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year Member Audit Bureau of Circulation ,:THE"sXATE'S OL.DKST NEWSPAPER (Established 3873) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending o'clock, noon, Nov. 22, 191G: Temperature at 7:00 a, m. ... Temperature at 12, noon Highest yesterday Lowest last night Precipitation Highest wind velocity 1 1 ... 23 ...38 ... 33 2 0 None 20—a Forecast. For North Dakota: Partly cloudy tonight and Thursday colder tonight in north portion much colder Thurs­ day and Thursday night. O. YV. ROBERTS, Observer. Bismarck Calgary Chicago Denver Des Moines Edmonton i-Galveston Temperature 20 34 ... 38 IS ... 34 30 ... 64 .... 24 2 0 32 ... 40 ... 24 46 ... 30 24 40 Helena -Moorhead Pittsburgh ... Portland (O) Prince Albert St. Louis St. Paul Salt Lake City ,....: San Fran...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 November 1916

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 1916 SOCIETY Grand Piano TcfBe Used At Popular Concert Two grand ipianos have been loan­ ed for the popular concert Thursday evening in the Auditorium, when an array of (lie Capital City's ibest, mu­ sical talent will present the program. They were moved to the Auditorium today. A change ha* been made on the program by Mrs. M. W. Roan- being unable to fulfill her engagement, and in her place Miss Flora Harmon will play. It is expected that the appear­ ance of Miss Harmon as soloist will be one of- the great drawing cards. She has not been heard in concert since her return from New York, wlijere she studied under the famous Rudolph Uiinz. She will play a .Liszt number' Another attractive feature will be the-singing of Mrs. P. 11. Luehe. She wifl sing Walzertraum, by O. Strauss anijf Fata Morgana, in German. Fata Mofgaha is one of the favorite num­ bers of Rigo, the great gypsy violin ist: .George Humphreys, known as on of the best bass singers in this sicv-' tion,...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 November 1916

v-st' SIX J-' SCOOP REPORTER The defeat, of "Sailor Jack," in two straight falls, ait Minot last winter by North, put the Minot fellow into the North's Challenge is Called--Thanksgiving Eve Card Schedule Joe Novak Hears of Challenge and Covers Amount With Agreement Between Two that the House Receipts Go to Winner— Season's First Wrestling Class to be in Armory The fuss which B'. North of Minot, claimant of the middleweight wres­ tling championship of the state kick­ ed up in Bismarck Monday night, when he stepped into the office of the sporting editor of the Tribune and placed' $2*) with a challenge open to Joe Novak, the home-guard, has been called. The show down comes on the evening of November 29. The event, which will open the wrestling season here, will be staked in the armory. The time, 8:30 o'clock. Novak Gets Wind of the Challenge. .loe Novak, who during the summer months has been traveling with the Cash Carnival company, meeting as many as eight men a day and having a seaso...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 November 1916

A a# Ve, ,1 ,i5'. & »r 4 Jift v.* I'S •wa 22, 1916 No Advertisements Accepted"!. F." *TI11 Forbidden ClassifiedAds—Cash In Advance. NoAds Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. TO AIHWM UNS tie pfjipg litttk aufiban or tan Trlbaoe must be an by letter addreah^d to the Uvea In tha ad. Tribune «m- •leyee ar«* not peraltted to tall who «aj adrortlaer la. Hall or wd jonr newer to Tribune Ma and TTO 22J222fJL*ii£lf£!l2222L-—i VI' F. C. YOU NO. KELP WANTED MALI WANTED—Boy for delivery and por­ ter work. Hosklns.. ll-21-3t WANTEOrrCigar^makers also cigar banders. 423 Third St. W. F. Erlen meyer. WANTE0—First elaM ply 6hoe Htepital. WANTE&—Lady stenographer for one ,.rrt month £25.00 -vAddness 33 jcate Tritjme. 11-21-6'' Remington, 610 7th St. 11-16-6t WANTED—A girl, for .general faottift work: small family. MM. J. H. Healow, 423 Tenth Si "'I-16-tt HOUA«a FO IKIIT fOR RENY—Four-room house 31-8 14th St. Inqnire Frank KraD Tailor Shop. ll-ll-6t FOR RENT—Six-room modern house' attractively ....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 November 1916

WSS I Y1.C.A 10 E Annual Event to Open in James town During Latter Part of Week The State Young Men's Christian association will hold its annual con­ ference, for the older boys, in James­ town, beginning Friday and lasting through Sunday. The conference will "be organized and conducted by the iboys of the state. They will have free and full discussion of the topics presented, also the papers and ban­ quet addresses, which are assigned to the various cities. The subjects •will be handled by representative fobys and will bo presented by them In their own way. E. C. Wolcott, general secretary of the Young Men's Christian associa­ tion of Sioux City. Ia., will be the leader and principal speaker at the conference Other speakers will be Secretary A. B. Dale, C. 'F. Shields and Bruce E. Jackson of Bismarck. Mr. Wolcott will speak Saturday on "A Master IMan's Task" Sunday af­ ternoon, on "The Battle of the Clean Heart,' and at the banquet he will speak on "M'aking of a Man." Mr. Wolcott i...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 November 1916

:'f j- The Weather Colder Tonight. OF HUNT SEAT -A ipers Already Drawn in Appli­ cation for Order Restraining County Auditor Governor Alter Advisory Vote Reserves Selection of Gov­ ernment Seat FINE CITIES TELL OF GOOD POINTS FOR JOB The capital of new Grant county may not be named tbis week or next. Paipers have been prepared in an ap­ plication for a writ of injunction, re­ straining Lee Nichols, auditor of Mor­ ton county, from certifying to the sec­ retary of state the ijeturns of the re­ cent election, when division was vot ed on. The election, so far as divi­ sion is concerned, was illegal, the applicants claim, inasmuch as one township in the notice published \n the Carson Press, it is alleged, was improperly described, the northwest corner being used where the south­ east corner should have been speci­ fied. The application will be made this week, it is anticipated, probaibiy be­ fore Judge J. M. Hanley. It is rumor ed that back of this new development is a community, or sev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 November 1916

is IS'I®-? Ml IE lfi: |i 'f' 1 a tl 1 ib ft 9 t( It tl ti le S' ai "i t€ si le sc ai ui C. hi ti P£ I 48 Tl ni at at ed su to cli lif ye in re: aft Mi an th CU Sh tal pl« by Sti •boi 1 mfv. nis tic hr $ 1 •i, i"-i .: -h yei Wl fro fro Cat hei obt •to cor I wei fro: an'c bot not ive er COD Wit nil It tali Is 1 pie on I The remafns of Mr?. Tobias li). Ca­ sey. who died at her home in Cfickin son on Tuesday afternoon, after suf­ fering for 20 hours from hemorrhag­ es. passed through Bismarck oa Xo. 2 last evening, earoute to their linaL resting place in her childhood Tioine, l.a Crosse, Wis. Mrs. Casey's deaih. which came as a shock to her Hegion of friends throughout the state, was an indirect result of an operation which the de­ ceased underwent a year ago. Al­ though she had known all of these months that death might come at any time, Mrs.- Casey had maintained her VERY EASILY .• You Would like ti quit the ns'e of tobacco, because ^c«i know it frufts you but whenever you -try4 to ta...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 November 1916

ml 4l THURSDAY, NOV. 23,1916 $•••&':& Way to End Coughs, Colds ared Croup AA Ireol Joist, Iueipenslve ffomt Maile llent'dy thai 1M Pruni ii ti«J Sui'O, If you have a severe cough or chest cold accompanied with soreness, throat tickle, hoarseness, or difficult breathing, or if your child wakes up during tho nfaht with croup and you want quick .help, just try* this pleasant tasting home made coit™h remedy. Any drug pist can supply you with 2 V-. ounces of i'inex (50 cents worth). Pour this into pint-.bottle and till the Cottle" with plain granulated susav sjrup. Thus prepared, you liave a jiint of really re­ markable cough temcdy—one that can be depended upon to give quick and last­ ing relief at all times. You can feel this take hold of a cough in a yray that meapa business. It loosens and raises tho phlegm, stpps threat tickle and soothes and heals the irritated membranes that liin the throat and bronchial tubes with1 such promptness, ease and certainty that it ., ia. really...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 November 1916

FOOT THE TRIBUNE Entered at the Postofftce. Bismarck, N. D., as Second Class Matter. ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month $ .60 Dally, by mail, per year 4.00 Weekly, by mall, .per year 1-50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12 noon November 23, 1916: Temperature at 7 a. 29 Temperature at noon 29 Highest yesterday 49 Lowest last night 29 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 30-NW Forecast: For North Dakota: Fair tonight and Thursday cold wave tonight. 0. W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. Temperature Bismarck Calgary 3' Chicago Denver Pes Moines 3* Edmonton 30 Galveston Helena Moorhead Pittsburgh ''2 Portland (O) 4,0 Prince Albert St. Louis 44! St. Paul 30 Salt Lake City 24 San Francisco 46 Seattle 44 Swift Current 38 Washington 26 Williston 30 Winnipeg 24 Three things produce wis dom: Truth, consideration J« and suffering.—Old W...

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