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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 8 December 1916

in 1 I 'V I 4 9 f'l' FRIDAY, DEC. 8/191G. Younger Dancing Set Gives Leap Year Party An interesting evcfnt of. last evening w^s the Leap Year dance given by a committee of the younger dancing set, composed of the Misses Winifred Knudson, Gertrude Barth, Madeline Cunningham qgd Eva Bond, in the Knights of Columbus hall./ The hours were from 9 o'clock t(/12:00 and twelve cQuples comprised the party. Hurley's orchestra nirnished the mu­ sic/Mr. and Mrs. Fred Knudson and Mr and Mrs. P. M. Wilson were the cftaperones. Reception to Be Smart Affair. One of the smart society events of the week will be the reception Sat­ urday afternoon given .by Mrs. W. L. Smith, Mrs. R. P. Flint and Mrs. J. L. Whitney, at the home of Mrs. Smith in Sixth street. Several hundred in­ vitations have been issued and the hours will be from 3 o'clock to 6:00. Visits Daughter Here. Mrs. William Simpson of Mandan was in the city yesterday and while here was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. M. Bergeson, of Eighth s...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 8 December 1916

I" 8- I I .' SIX JACK DILLON MAY GIVE UP BOXING 0 0 Jack Dillon, "Llic lloosier bear-eat," "the giant killer," has (font the ring! At least, that's the word from In­ dianapolis, where .lack has bought, a cafe and started in business, announc­ ing he -will never box again. Recent reversals, due, some say, to failure of Dillon to keep in condition, weighed heavily on the great scrapper and caused him to give up bis ring career, alter several years as a top notoher. Dillon has been one of the most re­ markable boxers the country has ever produced. Never a champion, Dillon has al­ ways been the "lighter who is going to do something." For many years Dillon fought al­ most weekly, touring every state where boxing was permitted and box ing*for smalllstakes. lie seldom Knocked his man out, nl though many opportunities presented ihem.selves. Dillon preferred to let his men stay tlie limit in order to hus­ band Ihem for future bouts. There never was much doubt of Dillon's superiority over suc...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 8 December 1916

i- fbbpay, PBP. 8, Wtf, XBLP W«et before^mjj lSie sa}e &on ••r.Cracts expire.-: '-J?*. •§r. FQR SALE—ftiverview addi- •vOtioi lots are the best and' •, cheapest in the city for jiomes or*investment They qre close I -in lay well good size CaA be had on very easy terms .and buyers are fully protected. $300.00 to $600.00. No Advertisement* Accepted "T.F." TCjjl|. forbidden In A^Manr* X-W'..-• WOW IO AWtW^'iClto A»i. II* Ms «4fMi wttk snaps or NHelSb «sM^-'r3p^qpfc u-. nrand by J*tter»d«rMae4 to the MBber flTf4 JiitMM» Tribune est Mores er« not permittee to tell who tmr ndTertllir U. Mall or send your newer to Tribune No, -^-, and ne will 'forward to the advertiser. •ELP WANTED MALI Yf ANTED—A live-young man for de ffvery must know the city. Guss ner's. l£-8-5t WANTED—Boy for A couple of weeks work. Jriquire at Tribune Bindery. 12-7-fit WANTED—eigar makers also, cigar banders. 423 Third St. W. F. Erlen meyer. #AHTKDfntALB WAITED—Girl for general house Phone 62r or c^ll 20 Ave. A. VA...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 8 December 1916

-J** 24 l'?i i, I I £t 1^ 1 I K-^X' BIGHT IWMIIIR^ HAS TWO Associations Organize Under Pro. visions of Rural Credits Act The rural creditfc law is responsible for two federal loan associations be­ ing started within the boundaries of old Morton county, but which are now both located in the newly organized county of Grant. One is the Leith Loan association and the other is the Raleigh Loan association. "County Agent Gaumnitz is responsible for the organizations, as, if it were not for his instigation in the matter the farm­ ers would not have taken up the loan matter pertaining to the rural credits law until next spring, when tfiey an­ ticipated starting. The Leith Loan association at the present time has applied to loan $35, iM)0 and the Raleigh Loan association seeks $20,000. Both associations have applications for additional loans, ag gregating about $80,000. Those inter­ ested in the new associations arc en­ thusiastic and believe the rural crcd its law to be one that will greatl...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 9 December 1916

I iThe Weather Fair. Packers Alone Content With High Cost of Packing House Products MARKETING SY8TEM ALL WRONQ SAYS &URTON Interesting Story of Trip of Steak From Manager to Your Table EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the NCtnd in a series «f stories by Correspondent Burton in which he it trying to find out the reas­ ons for the presant sky-rocketing of meat prices, and what ean be 'dona about it. Thia article, and thoee following take up and ex­ pose the meat aituation in the United 8tatea as. it has never been done before. By H. F. BURTON. Chicago, Dec. 9.—That the increase in the cost of our daily meat is a very real one cannot be successfully de­ nied by anyone: the fact of it is re­ corded officially In a congressional re­ port just compiled by Chas. J. Brand of tbe United States department of agriculture. This report relates the following in­ teresting legend regarding tbe rise of the wholesale pice of sirloin steak in th past 20 years: price Per Pound. J894 10 cents 1904 12% cents ...

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. — 9 December 1916

•fe®:' 1- IK TWO J! 11 i*. 'I I JEWELERS 1COPTICIANS BISMARCK. NvOAKOTA. Jewelers and Importers of Diamonds TONE- A tone exquisitely pure, perfectround ed and crystal-clear —makes'the M? "The One Incomparable Musical Instrument" And it is tone that has. given Columbia Grafonolas the place they hold. It is their* tone—unmatchable in its natural purity and*absolute fldelity-- that jiurtifiey&eir description as unpar­ alleled instruments of music. t' arer p^pared to demonstrate this $100 instrument, play any record you may select, here or at your home. Convenient terms of payment may be arranged. CptUij^lA jSRAPONpAS, $15 T9 $35(| COWAN'S DRUG STORE {Foutrth' and The McConkey Com. Co. Quotes Prices as follows: Large stocks of Celery, 2 for 25c Large Head Lettuce, each .. 10c 4 Ihs. Fancy Onions for ...... 25c 6 pkgs. Hippo Washing Powd­ er for 25c This powder is new here and is supposed to be sold for 5c per package straight. Extra Fancy Full, Cream Cheese per pound 35c Cloyerdale ...

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. — 9 December 1916

11 SATURDAY, DEC. 9,1916. 7!.' am sending more Christmas *cards thanrever rAST year so many Qthe "of my 'friends called' my holiday cards'dainty', 'clever'/'just too dear', that this ye,ar I am using twice as many. Everyone seems to credit E with their quality, yet all 1 do is to ask for a-mdan^is CO. UALITY* CARDS At.complete line may be found at I'^stQrt:. This new invention ofthe world's great est inventor is in no real sense a talking machine. It represents more than a million dol­ lars spent in research work by Mr. Edi­ son. It represents the achievement of his am­ bition to produce a musical instrument which Recreates all forms of music so per-' fectly that the original cannot be disting­ uished from the Re-Creation. By hundreds of tests, before hundreds "EXPERIENCE" HAS THE SPARKLE OF WINE IT IING AFTER Enforces inYotent Manner Etern­ al Lesson That Wages of Sin Are Misery and Degradation "Experience" enforces Jr. a potent manner the eternal lesson tliat, the wages of sjn are...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 9 December 1916

FOUR p,? I: I' '•x f'l r! THE TRIBUNE Bntered ai u.p rostoffice, Bismarck, N. D.. as Second Class Matter. ISSUED EVEHY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Pally, by carrier, per month $ .50 Daily, by mai!, per year 4.00 [Weekly, by mult, per year 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation yma STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12:00, noon, Doc. 9, 1916: Temperature at 7:00 a. Temperature at 12:00, noon 11 Ilighesl yesterday 20 Lowest last, night Zero Highest wind velocity 10—E Temperature Boise 24 Galveston 40 Helena 16 Kansas City 22 Moorhead 10 Prince Albert Salt Lake City 20 San 'Francisco 42 VVlULston 2 Havre 16 Miles City 10 ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. The pest of society is ego tists.—Emerson. i$•«•:•••••••••**•* NEW ApM IN I ST RAT I ON. Within a few weeks an almost en­ tirely new administration will take lip the reins of government. Changes are often good for the governed. The clean sweep in No...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 9 December 1916

If SATURDAY, DEO 9,1916. Against Substitutes Getthe Well-Known Round Ptckigt C4VTIOM WWfub«tJtutt I 4 I JT X'7H' j:yx-r stands all tests of laboratory and home. It is pure, it is delicious, it is KealtKftd. "\V Walter Baker & CaLtd. ESTABLISHED 1760 OORCHESTER,MA5& WERNER WILL HAVE NEW MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM Werner, N. D., Dec. 9.—Financial problems have, been adjusted and work will now be started on a town auditorium. The building will be 40 by 90 feet in size, with a stage and a THE ORIGINAL MALTED MILK Mad* in the largest, beat aqdlppwl and sanitary Malted Milk plant in the world We do not make "milk products Skim Milk, Condensed Milk* etc. Ask For HORLICK'S THE ORIGINAL MALTED MILK Made from dean, full-cream milk and the extract of select malted train, reduced to powder form, soluble in water. Best Food-Drink for All Ages* Hand for over a Quarter Century Unless you sny "HORUOK8" you may get Substitute* Take a Package Home Bismarck Infirmary of Osteopathy Dri Bolton and Bol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 9 December 1916

tr- SIX crAAO THE CUB StUUr REPORTER (5C00P-t.W^T VOL) *TK UHK COT A (M&W Pur THIS "SHOP-EARL^ iDeft UP YO tH'PUBUd—^^AVE-Trt' -?OOR~TlRet-ClERK iDEA Hasnt oor $oim enop K^K \r we. NEED A 5NA?PY NEW *&£#! if CHICHESTER S PILLS Tia: iuahond iiranu. -,- KRANtt. l.utlli'd! A»L our OniUKli-t fcr fhU-hcs-ter'a l!u(uoiiJltruul/ l*llls in lied ami UoJU meiallicS sralc*.! ivith Blue RiUon. Take no other. Jluy of your ilrujrclNt. Avk firC111.C1tii.TRR'g MA MOM* KK\M J»IM»tfor86 years known as liest, Safest, Always K«lialtc* SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE Dress Vests Hart Schaffner & Marx "and Hirsch Wickwire Full Dress Clothes, $30.00 Cravats Mufflers, knitted Suspenders Garters "GO/-»T GETTERS". MEET. Chicago, Dec. 9.—This is goat clay here and references to tin cans, or other shoddy wit involving the digni­ ty of the whiskered Billy and his nan­ nies arc in bud form. The American Milch Gon't association is meeting. Goat raisers are here from many sUftes. Goat getters we have alwa...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 9 December 1916

•ife JJ* ji' i" i' A. r. SATURDAY, DEC. V1M& i% t~v iS.pl) LET A .. M?W xo ANawut auMi AN. 1M (rigaSS No Advertisements Accepted "T. F." 'Till Forbidden Classified Ads—Cash in Advance. No Ads Accepted after,SlrOViock RxM^ J-irl&' WWale. ear* Mired TiIIwm But be ar*j not permitted to tell who advertiser la. Mali or snd rar eanwr to Trlbuna No. ——, and twi Mtii forward It to theadvertlaar. KELP WANTED MALI WANTED—A live young man for de­ livery must know the city. Guss tier's. 12-8-St WANTED—Boy for,a couple of weeks 'work. Inquire at Tribune Bindery* 12-7-6t WANTED—Boy not less than 16 years to, learn printers trade. Apply at foreman's desk. Tribune office after 8 a. m. 12-9-tf FIREMEN, BRAKEMEN, beginners jwid $130 monthly permanent no 'strike railway. Care No. 37 The ribune. 12-2-Sats KELP WANTED FEMALE W*RTE5=SIrT for general house work, Phone £ft/o& call 20 Ave. A. _Mrs. W._F. Crewe. 12-7-8t WANTED^Gir1 for general house­ work highest wages. Call at 511 Washington Ave...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 9 December 1916

'-,v y, 1 I i-t I! 1'' V. li. I srtssHkra.. EIGHT 3 Handkerchiefs Tie most popular Christmas •Gift"''1"'" J11 our Handkerchief booth will be dis­ played an endless array of Ladies and Child­ ren's Handkerchiefs.. .Plain Hemstitched borders of fine linen lown, fancy handker­ chiefs of rare and beautiful designs, hand emrbroidery work, initial handkerchiefs. The greatest profusion of patterns, and at prices to suit all. Each, 10c to $2.50 Children's Handkerchiefs, boxed in fancy and attractive boxes, with initials and em broideml corners. A box AUTO SETS And single scarfs, made from pure wool, in all shades. The latest pat­ terns of Toques and Tams. They arc the season'8 best novelty. We show, for the season a complete line in sets and single pieces, at from, each $1.00 to $1.75 Boxed in Holly boxes wheu desired. Kid Gloves In no section of our store has it been more difficult to keep the lines com­ plete than in Ladies' Cloves. Outside conditions are such that we consider ourselves f...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 December 1916

The Weather Partly Cloudy. MUST TILL FIRST ST YEAR Provisional Oourt Rules That Re­ tiring Justices Serve Until January 1 RESORT TO ARMS WOULD BE 80LE ANSWER TO ROBINSON Jurists Declare State of Anarchy Would Exist Were His Con­ tentions Upheld "Carried to its logical conclusion, their contention would bring us into that singularly unfortunate state of confusion where one body of men in office claimed the right to sit and an­ other, not having possession, assert­ ed the same right. The matter would then have to be determined by purely the right of possession or a recourse to physical force, where the members of the highest judicial branch of the government must settle the disputed question by the arbitrament of arms Such a humiliating spectacle in civil ized society ought not to exist," is the finding of the provisional supreme court of North Dakota in disagreeing with the judges-elect in their conten­ tion that there is no tribunal in the state which can settle the disputed questio...

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. — 11 December 1916

li .r I" f! ytA tkfA ... *wo 3 v. Netos' Of North Dakota U.S. RECEIPTS ARE HEAVY .Business In Jamestown Postofiiee Is Assuming 1% Proportions as Shown iii Ucpnrl issued (Special to The Tribune) Jamestown. N. I)., Dec. 11—Business In Jamestown is assuming huge pro­ portions. This fact is made dearjiy the postoffice report, just issued:' Receipts for the first eleven months this year were $3i.Srl.]0. During- the entire year of 1915 the receipts were ^ut $35,131.4,S. These iigures show 'that with the biggest month's brtsi .. ness of tho year still to be heard from receipts are $1)739.62 above those of the past year. .money r,om:i in pokek cannot be iiKC0Yt:itt:i WOLFOIIO .11 'IMJE'S RULING Wolford, X. D., Dec. 11—Do not lend money while playing poker or participating in any other game of chance. If the bor­ rower refuses to repay one can­ not recover under the law. for such is the decision of D. \V. Guss. chief justice of the su­ preme court of little Wolford township. The decision was...

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. — 11 December 1916

•N I: MONDAY, DEC. Ut 1910, OF uieroF wn Saul Gordon Reaches Minot After Thrilling Escape From Cour land via Siberia Minot, N*. D., Dec. 11—Evading the5 steel-bouud passports of'Russia, and utter a thrilling escape from Courlarid via Siberia into China and Japan and then to America. Saul Gordon has ar­ rived here and is now .visiting his brothers, Abe and Herman Gordon. Forcing Vouth Into Army. The czar, according to the story he told today, is forcing lads of 16 years of age into the army and to go to the front now taeans almost certain death. Famine, desolation, and de­ spair prevail everywhere. He states that Russia has always been com­ pelled to import many necessities of life,* but with the prolongation of the war and most of these cut off, starva­ tion and hardships stalk in almost all quarters of the land. Injure themselves to Escape 'War. He states that young men are re­ I am sending more Christmas cards than ever before" rAST year so many of my friends callcd my holiday car...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 December 1916

il FOUR THE TRIBUNE Entered at the Postofflce, Bismarck, N. D., as Second Class Matter. ISSUED EVERT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month 9 .60 Dally, by mail, per year 4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THB STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hpurs ending at 12 noon, December 11, 1916: Temperature at 7 a. m. ... '5 Temperature at noon 4 Lowest this forenoon -10 Highest yesterday 14 Precipitation Trace Highest wind velocity 22-W Forecast: For North Dakota: Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday continued cold. Boise Galveston Helena Kansas City Moorhead Prince Albert Salt Lake City San Francisco Williston Havre Miles City Temperature 1 0 48 20 22 5 -24 16 48 -6 -18 2 ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. $ •J* Want of care does us more damage than want of knowl edge.—Franklin. SHOP EARLY. This is the last call to Christmas shoppers. Help the clerks and shop early— thi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 December 1916

A MONDAY, DEC. 11, 1916. 1 a I SOCIETY Capital Gub To Give First of Series Wednesday The Capital Dance club, compose* of a number of the most representa­ tive young men of the city, will give the first of a series of six dances Wed­ nesday evening in Patterson hall. The affair will be one of the most interest­ ing society events of the week and the quests will include the younger dan cing set. O'Connor's orchestra will furnish the music. Visiting in Minnesota. Mrs. Fred Peterson of the Grand Pacific has gone to St. Cloud, Minn,, where she will visit her sister for gome time. Later she will go tr Sauk Center to visit her parents be­ fore returning home. Assists on Program. 'Mrs. John A. Larson of Sixth street, assisted in the special musical pro­ gram which was held in the Wash­ burn Congregational church Sunday evening. Mrs. Larson and son, Rob ers, were entertained while there by Miss Lu Satteriund of the Washburn Leader. Returns From Visit. Mr. and Mrs. A'. S. Rudd of Sev­ enth st...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 December 1916

it, I: SIX I SCOOP Chicago, 111. And Jess i- REPORTER CAPITAL BOWLING TEAM WINS JAMESTOWN CLUB Take Two Out of Three at Capital City Alleys Yesterday— Margin Is 76 The MlfK-kstone bowling team of Jamestown, in a return match with (he Capital City club yesterday, was defeated two out of three games a margin of 7(i points. The contest was a lively one from the .start to finish, the local boys get­ ting the jump in the first two games by a lead of 323 pins. Although the railroad men came back strong, they were unable to overcome the lead. Christenson of Jamestown got the highest average, which was 197 1-15. High score went to Wahler of Mis mnrck, with 22: pins. The scores: Jamestown. Christenson ... 105 ISO 217— r» r»2 Smith 117 1S4 1&I— ,"12 lcLain 120 12S— 3!)2 Hand I 140 204— 500 DeXault 147 140 180— 467 Totals IS!) 7ti4 910—2,463 fox Bismarck. .. 158 1C9 ITS— :34)4 ... 22a 156 235— 514 ... 157 171 135— 463 ... 193 180 178— ."51 507 1 Hurkhart ... Wahler Baker Plow Edwards .... ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 December 1916

Mk- 1 MONDAY, DEC. 11, 1916, A NOW TO ANBW1* BLIN» No Advertisements Accepted "T. P." 'Till Forbidden Classified Ads—Cash In Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. HI «ee signal wttk aanten or (MtlAhb cere Trilmne unit be Mroraft tqr tatter addreeaedto the MM glvea la the ad. Tribune «n •icjet are not permittee to tell who ear itnrtlMr lfc Mall or &enA year aaewer to tribune No. and tre wIM tonyard it to the advertiser. 1ELP WANTED MALI WANTED—A live young man for de­ livery must know the city. Guss ner's. 12-8-S^ WANTED—Boy for a couple of weeks worlc. inquire at Tribune Bindery. 12-7-6t WANTED—Boy not less than 16 years to learn printers trade. Apply at foreman's desk. Tribune office after 8 a. m. 12-M1' OEBBaaaannHMi 1ELP WANTED VlitAUB WANTED-KJirl for general house wo»k. Phone 62 or call 20 Ave. A. Mrs. W.JP. Crewe. 12-7-6t WANTED—Girl~for general house* work highest wages. Call at 511 Washington Ave., or phone 93. 11-28-121 IWANTED—Experienced stenograph­ er. App...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 11 December 1916

EIGHT ELECTION ISIADE Annual Dinner of Oridiron Club Held Saturday Night—Public Men Are Satirized BRYAN AND ROOSEVELT AS "THE CRISIS-CROSS TWINS" Another Sketch Was Travesity on "Millionaire Special" Which Toured the West Chicago, Dec. 11.—Travesties on the recent national election and pub­ lic issues enlivened the annual din­ ner of the Gridiron club Saturday night. President Wilson, members of the cabinet, diplomats, political lead­ ers, members and members-elect of congress, publishers and prominent industrial and financial figures of th« country were present. Public Men Satirized. Music anil vaudeville skits satiriz­ ing public men and events with mem­ bers of the Washington newspaper correspondents' corps in operatic and thespian roles thft guests in mer­ ry humor. The climax of the entertainment was presented in "The Gridiron Fol­ lies o£ 191G," a musical review, re­ vealing facts, foibles and fancies of the hour. The scene for the follies was laid in iLafayette park, opposite...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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