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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 14 December 1916

•V.'V.'M ''Jv& [if 1 I |J pi If. I M. !. PROSPEROUS »\KOTANS AH® MONTANVNS BCTNJKS A€T4)8 AS CHRISTMAS PRESENTS Kautz said* he did it "juatifor fuu." XK& JH. "w^T&pCKiK,.:' PASSJt^ A%A¥ At ASHLEY (Spicihl to'The-Tribune) Ashley, N. D., Dec. 14—Mrs. H. Stienecker parsed ,at. her lutme in this village'. MpntlaK. morning, .at the Moara^, .She $n» this ]art of nie state iii 1893. Besidies her husband, she -is siirvlved, by five children, five grand-children, .one brother and three sisters. Interment will be made in Ashley cemetery on Friday, December 15. WORD ltt M'JIB9 MOOT OF MEAXU OF DAVID J»Q*£LL Minot, N. D., ATTOJjtSUElCCAMPSElLOl' f-f VINDA*, .REAPPOINTED MandMl,^' D., Dec. 14—Tl^e county board of commissioners late yestet iq day afternoon named Attorney ,.J. Campbell of this city, 48. a member of oppniittsion. Attorney 5 '(XntpbM^hgid the -position on the .1, heard -eeser^l yeara' ago. DISTRKDT roiJRt .y,, Sli8»M»i AT -MUtllfSON (Special to The Tribune) Dickinson, N....

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. — 14 December 1916

FOUR THE TRIBUNE r. Entered at the Poatofflce, Bismarck, N. D.. as Second Class Matter. ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month 9 .50 Sally, by mail, per year 4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 187S) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the hours ending at 12 noon, December 14, 1916: Temperature at 7 a. -6 Temperature at noon 16 Highest yesterday ,. -6 Lowest last night -20 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 20-NW 1 Forecast: (For North Dakota: Generally fair tonight and Friday: warmer tonight strong west to southwest winds. press Temperature Boise 20 Calgary Chicago GalveBton Havre Helena Kansas City Miles City Moorhead Pierre Prince Albert ........... St. Paul Swift Current Williston Winnipeg 0 6 .. 60 .. 0 6 .. 10 ,. -6 -22 -12' .. -12 -IO .. -8 -20 .. -18 ORRIS W. .ROBERTS, .Meteorologist. NOT ENCOURAGING. Sentiment as reflected by the Euro pean ha...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 14 December 1916

1 vr 0Z: •v«v SOCIETY :.^"M. Musical-Club To Meet H7/A Mrs* Kiebert The Thursday Musical club has ar­ ranged ah interesting program tor the meeting Friday afternoon with Mrs. William. V. Kiebert in Fourth street. The life and worlds of four of the mod­ ern American/ composers,' Chadwick, Dansa, Parker and Hadley will be studied and will be reviewed by Miss Clara Tatley, supervisor of music in the public schools. 'Miss Helen Fisk will he the leader and the musical numbers will include a piano solo by Parker, contributed by Mrs. Arthur Eauert a piano solo by the same com poser, by Mrs. J. A. Haney, and voice numbers by Mrs. E. H. L. Vesperman, who will1 sidg a selection from Had­ ley Mrs. Kiebert, from Parker Mrs. i'. ®. iLuehe, from Chadwick iMrs. H. H. Steele, from Danza, and Mrs. .Bald­ win, from Parker. Mrs. J. A. Gra­ ham apd Miss Dorothy McFarlanevwill also contribute voice numbers. Undergoing Treatment. I Nr^.S. Kohler, mother oHlfrs. A. W. Lucas of Avenue A, and Mrs. Max Kuplt...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 14 December 1916

QfiftfiD ^iffO i'i THE CUB DWUUr REPORTER Holds His Own Against Tony Bernard of Jamestown and Wins Purse BERNARD AGREED TO TOSS THREE MEN WITHIN HOUR B. North, formerly of Minot, whose "Victory over Joe Novak just three weeks ago brought liim into the wres­ tling limelight with Bismarck i'an dom, switched on another current of popular favor by staying with Tony Bernard, the Jamestown grapiiler, long enough lust night to win the house receipts. It was a classy show­ ing North made against the .Fames town man, who weighed in at 168 to North's 135. Failure of Joe. N'ovak to fill the ob­ ligations of his contract resulted in 'the eleventh hour of Bernard being "brought to Bismarck, who agreed 16 .throw Panko, Mellum and North with "in an hour.. The purse was for the .house redelpts. Panko was the first ••'man bn tlip mat and went down to his defeat with & foot torture in two and one-half minutes. The hold was 'one .of the prettiest seen here In some time. Mellum proves Whirlwind'. ....

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. — 14 December 1916

i'-'-y i, m~- !4 \f I THURSDAY, DEC. 14, 1016. "£f ser 'r •. ^R. Sdp FOR Fifth Stf. Modern. No Advertisements Acoepted "T. F." Tffll Forbidden Oastifed Adfr-Otth ln -A NoAds Acoeptedalter SixO'docfcP. M. MMaJa* earaTrtbene mat aa» n«e*by letter address**** tfce iter girta tatlwad. Tribune w» gloyee st* Mt pemltted t» tall mkp MU^UNcitlM' Hall or eeSl:'^ ti TrlbQM No. ui in Mtt ftrwi It to th* OLP WANTED MAL» Garrison, N. D, l*-12-12t •ELF Kune. 12-9-3t P. E. YOUNG FOR RENT—9-room modern house fall Iocated.$50.00 FOR SALE—15,000 acres crop payments in various parts of the county. FOR SALE—Several real hat* gains In quarters and half sec tions io^differentparta of the county, selected from my lists 4 of over 100,000 acres. I can re commend any one of these as a splendid investment. Land val ues will increase 25 percent in 1917 and now iB the titne to in vest before my 1916 sale con tracts expire. on FOR SALS—Rivervlew addi 4 tion• lots are the best and cheapeBt in the city for koines ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 14 December 1916

EIGHT MANDAN NEWS Mrs. E. R. Germaine of Bismarck arrived in the city yesterday afternoon on belated No. 3 and spent the after noon and last' evening as the guest of Mrs. Arthur J. Hoilensworth. She re­ turned home last night. Miss Mable George departed last evening for Madison, Wis., where she has been offered a position in the schools, and she is considering ac­ cepting. Miss George has been en­ gaged as teacher of the commercial department here for some time. Engineer and Mrs. Max Hunke of this city returned yesterday afternoon from Richardton, where they had been visiting for a few days. Miss Lizzie Childs of Custer Flats was a Mandan visitor yesterday. Albin Nelson was in Mandan yes­ terday attending to business matters in the interest of his farm. Supt. T. II. Lantry of Glendive is ex- pected tomorrow to look after official business matters. He has just re­ turned from an extended vacation trip. Valentine Renner of St. Antlio&y was in Mandan yesterday on business Cured His...

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. — 15 December 1916

I I The Weather Warmer tonight '$ •J T* IN ACCIDENT August E. Johnson Brought To Bismarck Hospital Last Night In Serious Condition STRUCK BY AUTO IN A BLINDING WIND Had Started to Cross Street When Auto Turned Corner Knock­ ing Banker to Ground August E. Johnson, cashier of the First National bank at Washburn president of the Baldwin State bank, head of the McLean County bank at Wilton and for three terms,a senator from the 46th district, lies in the Bis­ marck hospital today his head a ball of bandages from injuries received in an automobile accident at 'Wash­ burn about 7:10 o'clock last night. His chances for recovery are favor­ able. Wind Cause of Accident. Johnson walked to his injuries in the wind which raged during the early part of the evening. Taking his wife's grip to the Soo station and learning that the train for Bismarck was four hours late instead of three as first reported* he returned to the village and was about to cross east from the hotel corner, when an automobil...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 December 1916

TWO FEDERAL AUTHORITIES HAY TAKE OP FOLLOWING BIG RAID Liquor Shipped Into Minot in Sample Trunks in Violation of the Federal Statutes Minot, X. D., Dec. 15—Prosecutions for violations Jt' the prohibition law took oii a rather serious phase this week when sheriff -Xedreloe and Dep­ uty Sheriff Vandenoever and State's Attorney Hergistad, armed with war­ rants and injunctions, raided the pool­ room in the basement of the Waverly block. It' was not so much the finding of the larfee quantities of liquor stored in various rooms in the basement, in­ cluding Jhe poolroom, the sample room and other, "but the finding of evidence 'which shows that the Unit­ ed States laws were violated in the matter. Two sampfle trunks were found both filled with liquor, and the state's at­ torney has evidence showing that for some cimeqlit1101' has been shipped in­ to the city amd delivered at this place in sample trunks and not labeled. The federaJ law provides that For Your Christmas Groceries t' $ & ,...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 December 1916

I FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1916. •'•/...• SUPREME COUR'f FftOMjhETTiNGER COMITY. Security $|ate Bank, a Corporation] PlaintlfLand Respondent, vslj .J- "4 Thomas 4fach, Detondantyand Appel­ lant. •••. Syllabus: (1) Where ^he vendor in a land contract has-'elected to can -rel and has secured a judgment can­ celling the contract and restoring the land to him, he Cannot afterwards bring an action and recover the pur­ chase price. (2) Where a mortgage and notes are given to secure. the payment of the purchase price of land sold under a land contract., which is afterwards cancelled, such mortgage cannot be foreclosed and a judgment obtained on a claim for rent during the term of the possession of the. vendee. (3) Where a party seeks.to fore­ close a mortgage upon the,, crops grown up6n 4 certain piece of land and to subject the grain: thereto, the burden of .prbof is upon" him to show that the grain seized- and raised upon theiand w'as covered by the mortgage. Action to foreclose chattel mort­ ga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 December 1916

I I* •Svc'1: FOOT ft 4 1 I' THE TRIBUNE Entered at the Postofflce, Bismarck, N. D„ as Second Clasa Matter. ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Daily, by carrier, per month....*....! .60 Dally, by mall, per year 4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year 1.50 Uember Audit Bureau of Circulation THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12 noon, December 15, 191G: Temperature at 7 a. *9 Temperature at 12 noon .... 12 Highest yesterday 25 Lowest last night -9 Precipitation Trace Highest wind velocity 40-NW Forecast: For North Dakota: Fair tonight and Saturday warmer tonight and east portion Saturday fresh winds. Calgary 24 Chicago Galveston Ii' b: "1J a hyphen, pr°b^bly, reasoning Inst-: M&UIM' couplet the two navies 10 i.«rJ5^«(^'iJif!i..shpuld. alsfl, b^cqvpled. Many 'American-papers have taken the English "Who's Who" as author­ ity. The best English usage, however, is still Lloyd George^ without the hyp...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 December 1916

FRIDAY, tMEC. 15, 1916. IE 3! SOCIETY City's Elite To Attend Grand Opera Productions Society and musical circles of the Capital City wil| be well represented at the grand'opera performances at the Auditorium and when the San Car lo Grand Opera company will present "Lucia" this evening, a most brilliant audience is assured. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Battey have taken a box and will entertain as their guests during the three performances Mr. and Mrs. Wal­ ter Bangs of Minot.the latter a sister of Mrs. Battey. Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Steele will give a large box p^rty Sat­ urday evening to witness the'produc­ tion of "Aida." The party will include Governor L. B. Hanna, Miss Dorothy ftlanna, her house guest, Miss Eliza­ beth Magill, of Fargo, Judge and Mrs. E. B. Goss and Miss Mabel Wright. Other box parties are being arranged and a number of out-of-town guests will be entertained by local women. Mrs. Goss Honored. Mrs. E. £. Goss was honor guest yes­ terday afternoon at a prettily appoint­ ed r...

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. — 15 December 1916

SIX 1 il SCOOP r: 4 *&'• ..*» RTEHPEORCTUEBR 6rt soss-x. OANT WAIT (W LOMfrER ©9TWH G-A/E.Y0O "your, xmas G-IPT HW vtj sure AREGOMR1. sFRESENJ-f Com., Arthur Witherow L. Cha-. iLolistreter Ft. K. Thomas Wilkinson Sgt„ If. W. Moffiit .M. A., P. .T. Car­ ney 1st M. of U., C. V. Caddell, and 2nd ^1. of (!., John Lolislleter Sent., i.Vf.artin Kl.-ilen, and Picket., Hans Han­ son. All meiiibers *re I'eiiuested to he present, so advises the command­ er, at an important meeting which is to be held Monday evening, December Hi, at. which time initial ion will be held. Following the degree work, light refreshments will be served and will be followed by a smoker. ADDITION TO CAFE In order accommodate I he pat­ rons, the proprietor of the Crand cafe, ft. ('. l.udwig, has announced that lie will soon arrange for more room. II is expected the work will lie done so that, lite extra space can be had !-IIIIIIIIIIIIIE]IIIIIUIIII!C2lllllli»llir3UUIillIi:if E FARES IMILYDfcCEMBEK 1 to 31,1016 S Ite...

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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 December 1916

•V k-r 1 priuay, £*&*$ POSITION WANTED—By experienc­ ed porter, Phone,, 593U,. 12-13-6t iHm ROOXBFOR RENT FOfi~RENT—Nicely furnished front room: Phone 687. 12-14-3t FOR 'RENT—Modern furnished rooms, 319 Seventh St. 1215-3t iFOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Call Sun day^llOO Broadway. 12-l-5-2t FR~ReNT—Furnished rooml V% No Advertisements Accepted "T. F." Till *.'., Classified Ads—Cash in Advance* No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock rm. :p MOW ta AWWKK lUlit AM. 121 Mi signe* wit* Beaters or Iklttalc. car* Tribune must be aa Svored byletter addressed to the feaabar £?en In the ad. Trlbuna «n •toyes afocaot permitted to tell nho aay advertiser la.. Mall orcend fair pamr to Trlbuaa No. —-, and yrO Mill forward it to the adTertlaer. KELP WANTED' MAU WANTED—Boy to deliver packages Apply at TheJWonder store. 12-12-6t WANTED-^-At onte Tshort order cook for winter months. Garrison cafe. Garrison, N. D. lg-12-12t WANTED—One night cook, one asr sistantday cook,.'two w...

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. — 15 December 1916

I EIGHT ill jt* f? *yj*Wi=• $1.00 HUNT FEELS BULLET TAKEN Introduced As Exhibit in Trial of Farmer for Shooting With Intent to Kill J. Spies SPIES TAKE STAND TELLS OF SHOOTING Testifies That As He Turned His Head He Felt Sensation of Shot in Head That the, prairie chicken., whUjJi j. P. Spies dropped on the Durant. tyrm on the morning, pf the 7th .was a,do­ mesticate bird, that he w,as appropri­ ating Durant's property and that when the defendant shot he aimed at a ,tfre on the auto, with the purpose of stop­ ping the machine In' order to get the number, were the highlights in the opening statement or,,Attorney Reg later fpr the defense In .the Durant c^e shortly before. ,ooon today. At 14 j,30 p|clpck, States Attorney Qerndt annoupcedthpt the st^te rest­ ed following a recalling to the wi^e^ stand of the. state's chief witness, J. P. Spies. Attorney Register then opened for the defense. W. Hough­ ton, a carpenter, living hear the Du­ rant farm,, was the first witness for the defens...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 December 1916

1*, 4 J. A Second Section THIRTY-SIXTH YEAH. NO. 298 UNITED PRESS A°. %r A :. '*?*?%. TV- '•!«.. C''^*" ?1TN aVV" ,r :M- liMlVw 7 ci i, •-. ''l-UV Vv4t BISMARCK. NORTH ,M ir.- ,•* ..f V-" .: i^k. V'-1 tf-.r ft, V, &V PA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15,1916 ,V '7: LV''K & joy. :k rt.-.i .."^V "'i t"'i i- v'*.- Yv^-A TRIBUNE ASSOCIATED PRESS V» •, .-• V//' O Y//, Hmg, mrrrg QHjrifitmafi There is music in these words that thrills our hearts with Christmas day with its cheery grace, is This day derives special charm from the feeling that we can do something for others. And that Christmas cheer & yours if you but seek it and make the utmost of what comes your way instead of craving that which comes to others. The ingredients which constitute the full-orbed joy of a Merry Christmas are an unselfish desire for the welfare bf others—contentment, charity, good will, love and symp«tl||^^ fii.^i May you in the fullness of your heart have an ample ptfrVJ'. tion of a!l of these, for that is the...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 December 1916

b':' ,1 TSU I-^vVv:. I K'v. I. 1 HOODMAN-wild blind, snap dragon, shoe tb6 niare, hot cockles, the white loaf, bob appte, pvp in th© corner, besides card playing for rouliters, uail9 and poiut*i story tfilnn unci (lancing wero the old-timo Cnnst man frolics. The following are a few games wnicn tro sure to prove full of fuu for Christ­ mas festivities: 15 JJnes—Provide pencil and paper and iavo'eneli in turn draw anything lie chooses, using 15 lilies, no more, no less. Tho objfcfc must be something definito in relation to Christmas such an A !tr«V Uwltfc {Glaus, etc. The pic tures arc' 'displayed flt tho end of a certain time and the players must guess what the pictures represent. The one guessing the greatest number is award­ ed a prize. Another paper and pencil game is See How Many Words Can Be Formed l.v Twisting the Letters of the Word "'Christmas'." Or another contest is to provide a large sheet of paper and char­ coal, and allow each player to diiwv Santa Claus with eves blindf...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 December 1916

i? ^fr-' vw V-:^J -"^-'v A-'. "IV tSl£- •£L...- :fe U\ v. i'Vv*::-**# v?*V 'v •'. ., 'v ••. •'."•• 5- 5 '^7 :-'':V ,-,.V- -'-T:"t *H «tif fV» Y'..W ?•:•»"*.':» tt f_ V4VSfr\« ./ .U JA .... •. ... ... ,v. rv .-• -l ii? ":.i'y 'i. ii—. -2*s-i": 1x:r* :J as V- T: ??V' *f? 'V 0 .^1 I fke Victrola is ail artists and all instruments in oner* It gives you tke actual tones or tke renowned singers and instrumentalists of tke j* & i.': l\ ', -world. It. is tke genius, tke power, the keauty of every voice and every instrument. It is tke. supreme iCltt ElSWCj '. 1' •. BISMAROK-DAILY TRIBUNE xx:^^ HS y- 4:- •=,.,r E S A O •a* i-gSt- .-. ... ... instrument time. «/3Ma» To insure Victor quality, always look for the famous trademark. "His Master's Voile." It is ou •very Victrola and every Victor Record. It is the identifyiuf label on all genuine Victrolaa and Victor Rtcorda. judwt* .* 1 1 ."1 ''•"4 *••'. S

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 December 1916

7Z:S^~~ 'flv tWELVB ttt ,wt 1.4. $ •i •'AV?.',!. & I I'l"W&iiholiday I 'Oristmas (lav. The snow was falling heavily in the streets. There was, cheer in the sir. The Chru^imia bells rang out tlieit mossago fhp dajf-, seelricd made fo tv ^»«lj»I)iuos8._: i.vs.:''v" ffifcSAj^iepfh6 had iiivitfd twoivo frionda, prtyj^itait'tlHiner stood jii the froKt' waiting for liflr ptirly to.arriV^. 4* many sleij-bs' llew-jjjr and tallfov^lces rap out, but &e saw-or' b'«i3''act.', tor,: shfl'- was lost in deep thought. Arline had promised to'givo iud$ Grant her answer on Christmas day, and although she had had two" months to weigh this vital subject she had not yet come to a decision. Dudley w«(S considered by all the first families as the most eligible of Arline's circle. H.o was a clean, good looking, prosperous, healthy young man of fine family. If Arline had told any of her friends that she hesitated accepting this paragon they would have raised tho-ir hands in horror and cried, ""Wh...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 December 1916

""•own .. is* •4? V- FRIDAY, DEC. 15, 1916. By jDontkr Dal* H'A&t ibe joy of the holiday sea­ son is in gayly decorating the home. You can easily make your own Christina's 4eoorat'onB and the little ones ean help jrou with your labor of love. Garlandi aad chains festooned about the trte may be made of red And white peppermint Bticks tied with narrow Bcarlet rjlhbona. Tin foil makes-an effective decorations crescents •t ip^^w^inay be cut' ^0% card board and^covpr&i with tin foil aiid suspended by a bilver cord or picture wire. Christmas bolls may be made from scarlet or white..brjstol board. White card bpard giiildod'pr silvered makes pretty fella, a circle lour inches across will mate two bells. White'crystals are made of rice paper. The simplest way to make the crystals is to fold a circle about 4 inches in diameter-marking the pattern with a lead pencil on the folded circles and then cutting it out. Once the paper is unfolded a crystal appears which may. be strung with thr...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 December 1916

IF 1 FOURTEEN i|i i1" \m' *', 4V •«P? '•il1 W t:f 'I Pineapple Divinity Fudge. 2 c-ujjsful sugar. cupful coi it Hvrup. y.. cupful water. li Pggrl. 4 teaspoonful en*um i)f tartar. tHipjVitl candied pineapple. i/j cupful )nit meats. Put all tin ingredients into a saute ben except the pineapple, nuts and eggs, and boil to tho firm bull stage or to "-'So degrees by the candy thermometer. Add the vanilla or any do.-tred extract and pour over the beaten whites of the eggs. Beat until it begin* to stiffen, stir in the pineapple and nuts chopped very tine. Pour into pans arid cut into squares. Maple Marshmallow Foam. 2 etipsful maple sugar. 1 cupful brown sugar. 1 teaspoonful cream of tartar. y2 dozen niaraliniallows. cupful water. 1/j cupful shelled walnuts. 2 eggs. "Foam" candies arc popular and this GIUSEPPE BATTISTim. antone tAejjo Sqpsvr/so STELLE DEMETTL Sariton# DAVIDE 5ILVA The San Carlo Grand Opera com­ pany arrived in the city about noon today, and the stars and others of the orga...

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