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

"f I :ff-h.»v iy,.| •r ••Cf": 'r .r.-f vy .'••»• •«, TODAY, DBO. ID, IMS W W V- .. .• "5 r?*V. f®£ Variety of M«rdhaadis« on Dis play To Suit Most Exact- --ing- ..-L:.- SOMfiARTISTICEFFECTS FEATURE DECORATIONS aua ^seTems to be radkiug lieadquarteft in tho capital city splendid an ^irray of Christmas pjftts the various stqj-eaiare.^iBplaying. lwery available space bifeiiig utiliz­ ed by- the*^niB»gement^of^heMtoros if An endeavor to tempt the eager Christmas shoppers. ^Special booths have been erected. i&y have bMp dfcoir»ted, and oraa« ed wtt|i ipe yuletide colors of red d-. green ^li^xe theij^esired effect. Electric light^iulb8 arei bidden antong the red and,£reen and! when light­ ed ftiakes a dazzling sight. When one makes a tour of the shops tlje magnificent diepj^y is most be ldering but siglkt -of the beautiRil Christmas Hand made Camisoles and bags of all kinds. New line of Handkerchiefs and Boudoir caps. Assortment of Oomges in separate boxetf. New line of veils and velv...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 December 1916

I P'f. IV i&aaxaasBs PURSES Wo are showing in the notion booth and cases, an unusually large assortment of wrist purses and hand bags in the newest paterns. Seal and alligator purses to match the new shades in silks. You will find a most pleasing array to choose from, in ^:s..fr°m'..-$r25 to$i2 SPECIAL vn 100 Wrist purses and hand bags ^n^||n uinc Pitt Seal, lincil wtyh fancy.. silk.. special lot of good values up tQ d* 1 1Q $1.75. Until Christmas, each .aJ)X»i*/ RIBBONS Fancy Persian and Dresdin ribbons. Mor ae paterns. Plain taffetas, etc., in 100 and 150 widths, for a yard, ...................... .«"v Other grades to 85$ a yard. -. KNIT CAPS AND SCARFS And in'Sets. A large assortment of c(|q^s and t»hapes. Wp are showing thp new­ est styles at from ....... 3 Qlivniufj VU^ «VM- 50c to $2.50 MEN'S SILK MUFFLERS A special showing of Men's wear in fine knit silk mufflers. From 4 to 10 inches wide and with deep silk fringe. Values to She Say: "A Party Dress" If You Asked Her? We h...

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. — 16 December 1916

The Weather Colder Tonight. TO UP JUDGES' PAY Advises Suit Will Be Brought Against Him If He Acknow. ledges Warrants AGAIN DENIE8 AUTHORITY OF PROVISIONAL JURISTS Declares Supreme Court Justices Have No Right to Impro­ vise Tribunal An unexpected development in the supreme court squabble came today, when State Auditor Carl Jorgenson was formally served by Justice-elect J. E. Robinson with a notice warning him that he would be held legally re­ sponsible should he recognize any warrants for December salary pre­ sented by the retiring supreme court justices. Writing on a letter-head bearing the caption, "Supreme Court, State of 'North Dakota. Motto: Let Justice Prevail," and superscribing himself as Associate Justice James E. Robin­ son, Office for Years Commenc­ ing December 4, 1916," the justice elect says: Mr. Carl O. Jorgenson, State Auditor, iBismarck, X. D. Dear Sir: 1 am sending you a copy of my certificate of election as su­ preme court judge, showing that I have been elected t...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 16 December 1916

I I is I E&" fc tb Ml $ 1,5* I iij T'4% 1 it $ ,11 Ju 11*? li .& It 8 TWO fc1 $ w!d$utf:' v. S1 TRUE, u* -.biff.'.. :-nl- h*\h ft! veil **.rf I ita {THE CORKICTVWRITINC PAPER The GIFT of'GIFTS we have manv del-ghtful ihings to] show you for Christmas (giving some: that are merely beautiful, some that are really useful, and some that afeboth.\' Asked to name the most attractive and useful gift for the gentlewoman, we should be compelled to give precedence to Crane's Linen Lawn— The Gift of Gifts, This fine stationery, in artistically decorated gift boxes, has all the virtues of the iddal gift- Beauty, Correct-' ness, Usefulness—and it is always acceptable] even if duplicated., OUR ASSORTMENT IS COMPLEXE­ S' ALL BOXES FOR THOSE YOU W|SH TO REMEMBER. "I Wli KILL Wyndmere, N. D., Dec. 16.—Con­ fronted by' a madman armed with a knife and hammer, Arthur Holmstrom, night engineer in charge of the Wynd­ mere electric plant, was last night driven into a corner of the engine room, whe...

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. — 16 December 1916

*:. I if 1 •.•-'« •••"•. yr ". 1 SATtJB&AV, fcHC. 16,1016. ^--A".-l:.Ua4ri:- •. 2S0 MASONS OF BIG BA One of Most Brilliant *Eyents in Loeal Masonic History Held 3 atTemple OFFICER*FOE ENSUING yea* Are given seats The banquet and joint Installation of officers 'attended"by 250 Masons and their families at the Masonic temple'last evening proved one of the most brilliant events in the history of Bismarck Masonry. The repast which was served at 6 :30 was-com1 plete in etaty detail the tables were neatly lair and ornamented with ar­ tistic bouquets of dainty blooms. The menu, consisting of cold roast turkey and other cold meats potatoes au gratia, apple pie a la mode, opened in form with an oyster cocktail, and supplied with trimmings which, were worthy and yrel)' qualified, was pre­ pared and served by the men of the entertainment committee, who achiev­ ed a reM triumph. During the banquet incidental mu­ sic was furnished by O'Connor's or­ chestra, and special numbers includ­ ed sol...

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. — 16 December 1916

FOOT THE TRIBUNE Entered at the Foatofflce. Bismarck, N. D.. as Second Class Matter. ISSUED EVERY 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 THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12 noon, December 16, 1916: Temperature at 7 a. 32 Temperature at noon 21 Highest yesterday 37 Lowest last night 30 Precipitation 26 Highest wind velocity 25-NW For Bismarck ad vicinity: Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday colder to­ night. For North Dakota: Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday colder tonight. Temperature Calgary 14 Chicago 0 Galveston 38 Havre 26 Helena ........ 36 Kansas City 26 Miles City ... 28 Moorhead 26 Pierre 34 Prince Albert -6 St. Paul 4 Swift Current 26 Williston -24 Winnipeg -12 ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. The sure way to he cheated is to fancy ourselves more cunning than*, other...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 16 December 1916

gjBAmDAY,:DfcC. 16, ..Among the society women of the city who are entertaining guests over the grand opera season are: Mrs. Victor J. LaRose of 'Fifth stret, who has as her guest, Mrs. Margaret'Cum miogs of Valley City, and .Mrs Fral L. Conklin of Fourth street, who is entertaining Mrs. 'Lou Osborne of Jamestown, a sister of Mr. Conklin. Miss Dorothy Hanna of the governor's mansion is entertaining Miss''Eliza­ beth 'Magill of Fargo. Governor Han­ na, Miss Hanna and 'Miss Magill will be guests at the box party this even­ ing given by Mr. and' tMtfs. Henry 'H. Steele. Holmboe Studio* PBITHJOP HOLMBOE Photographer PHONE 264 Christmas? 1916 Christmas •/r-'":Vv Your friends can buy anything you ean give. them— except your pho­ tograph. MM if SUNDAY PI0TURE8 WILL BE PfNISH ED JOB CHRISTMAS Vtf5 f.i-rr"'W jfflf J\' r" ii ttiadeGa&iiioles and ii W kinds. of Handkerchiefs and .Boudoir caps. Assortment of Oorsages in separate boxes. lift orveUifctf vilvet roses in all shades. OPEN EVENING...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 16 December 1916

r* 1^*' '•w rvfc QrnftD Blood "S.' I CUB *wUr REPORTER No matter where you live your druggist has S. S. S. on his shelves, and we urgently advise you against accenting any supposed substitute for this grand old remedy. Th« oldest inhabitant can recall teems the advertising of expunge from the human system. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES are almost W O A 5 O By-James W. Foley find tlie "Myths and Legends of the Sioux" liy IVTrs. Mario Jj. McLaughlin "The Way of Smiles" lioiind in Red Leather, Gold .Stamped, Deckle Edge Paper Con­ taining a collection of the North Dakota Poet's Choicest Poems. Now Ready for Delivery Price $1.25 "Myths and Legends of the Sioux" A new and interesting volume of Indian love also just off the press­ es of the Tribune First Edition Now on Sale It is beautifully written,, well printed and most profusely illus­ trated with cuts of original Indian drawings. This volume should be in every well selected library. Price per copy $1.50 on sale at 0 S 1 N S and the Bismarc...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 16 December 1916

II iff iv & I f.i A il ft- ,. :?c# taiVi' -'AH Rk^a r.«' f, .8 'i .*1 lt l) TrtDDMUB* to^ tiu who .Mr sdTsttlairls nm or&oad few W toTrlboao No. and we nnank. Bll WANTED MAUI WANTED—Boy to deliver packages. Apply at The Wonder store. 12-12-6t WANTED-^Atonce short order cook y-•. for-. winter, months Garrison cafe, Garrison, N D, l^l242t FIREMEN, SRAKEMEN, beginners paid |,120 monthly permanent no strike ',, railway. Care No. 37 The Tribune. 12-2-Sata WXNTED^—Ohehight cook, one as­ sistant day cook, two waitresses agd one lady clerk at Runge "tt Co.'s WANTBC|—a competent girl lor gen era! honsfe ^orlt .Fhbqs 516 or 924 Siitfi -«tf i* 12-12-6t- WANTED—Good Catholic housekeep­ er references required. Write Tri­ bune 44. 12-14-Mt WANTED—A cook at Hotef Colehar bor, N. Dak. 12'14-lmo WANTED^Experienced competent stenographer for permanent post •iff- tto» ^eodv«fes.No.W care Tjri bune. 12-9-3fc WOMEN WAtfTEfj—Full time $15 spare time I25jic an hour selling guaranteed Wear Proof ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 16 December 1916

p. fa EIGHT I S3- III. IP UA Coming TO NAME HIS SUCCESSOR. The state board of education, after disposing of routine affairs, has ad­ journed until January 9, when it will as I'i II & a-' Think of it, only one more week till Christmas. Not much time, but still plenty if you DO IT NOW. Come in tonight or Monday, look over our stock and we will guarantee to show you a suitable and satisfactory present for each and all of your friends. One that you will be glad to give and they will be glad to receive. Remember you can't start any sooner. BONHAM BROTHERS Successors to E. B. Woodward LICENSED TO WED. A marriage license was issued Thursday by Judge H. C. Bradley to Grant IBrooks of Bismarck and Helen Fallgreen of Lyons. .... i' '..I'- L' .if/"1" 'V'' CARL FEDERSON, Manager reorganize under the new administra­ tion, and when then Superintendent of Public Instruction N. C. Macdon ald will have the privilege of naming his successor as inspector of rural schools. MOFFIE VISITOR. Curtiss B...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 December 1916

1 :#=fi I I! The Weather Jb Colder Tonight. IN '0i •j!*5 m. JP Tragedy Occurred on Wiese Farm Souwthwest of Eldridge, Yesterday Afternoon HEAD OF EMIL WIESE WAS BLOWN TO ATOMS Body Saturated .With Gasoline Found Badly Burned Eight­ een Feet from Tank (Special to The Tribune) Jamestown, N. D., Dec. 18.—Emil F. Wiese, a prominent farmer living sev­ en and one-half miles southwest of El dridge, Stutsman county, was instant­ ly killed at 3 o'clock yesterday after­ noon in an attempt to thaw out a cap on a metal gasoline barrel with a blow torch. Head Blown From Body. The intense beat from the torch ex­ ploded the cap, blowing off his head from the lower jaw up The body, saturated with gasoline and horribly bus^d, was found a distance of 16 to 18 feet from the tank over- which Wiese was working. Mrs. Wiese, hearing the explosion, rushed to the scene to discover the gruesome remains of her husband. She walked a distance of a mile and a half and notified neighboring farmers. Widow and Smal...

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. — 18 December 1916

!p, ipi^ II. '. 1 TWO & f-,7 -t -55: *?T .. This Model $150 on cjasy terms other* $15.001tp fljgg iV 6. N TO CO-OPERATE WITH UNCLE SAM TO HOLD RI8S0URI RIVER Constant Shifts Made by Stream Threaten Rbad-Bed—About $60,000 To Be Expended Wtlllstdli, N. D„ Dec. 18.—The fed­ eral government and the Great North­ ern railroad will co-operate to hold thj. Missouri river within its present tanks, at a point just west of Willis- it Works! Try It Tells how to loosen a tore, tender corn so it lifts out without pain. Good news spreads rapidly and drug­ gists here are kept busy dispensing frei'/.nuo, tlit' other discovery of a1 Cin­ cinnati man, which is said to loosen any corn so it lifts out with the fingers. Ask at any pharmacy for a quarter ounce of frtezone, which will cost very little, hut is said to be sufficient to rid one's fe-t of every hard or soft corn or callus. Yoii apply just a few drops on the ^tendep, aching corn and instantly the Horfriu?tis is relieved, and soon the corn I...

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. — 18 December 1916

ttiBrtl'i :4". nzr $ SI, '-ft .' .. 1 $ Perfect Fitting Collars With Rouad Smooth Edge vOl'iH I. 1 4i J,. 911 FRONTSTREET *P clot^ee should be spotless and press fed. KLEIN, Tailor- and*Cleaner. ... -v* 12-18-5t (X rt/. LODEN'S A Collar "Life Lengthener" Electrically Heated—Motor Driven LET US CALL FOR YOUR WORK KOFFEL HEADS LODGE. Attorney Theodore Koffel was 'In­ stalled last Friday evening as wor shipful master Of Bismarck Lodge No, 5, A. F. & 'A. M.1 Owing to the drop-' ping ofa jibe o' type, bis name and officewere omitted from Saturday's report of the installation. J5V &Co: Formerly Atlantic Cafe Expert Service Reasonable Prices Bring in Your Batteries Now for winter storage or you will have battery trouble 408 BROADWAY ti' i' If (-v i»k«i»/r *, 'I -Um •me .•"j-u,. Declares Hettinger Ouster Pro­ ceeding Were Not Discussed With Anyone Governor Hanna emphatically de­ files. allegations made by the county commissioners of Hettinger in tlieir appeal from his ouster decisio...

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. — 18 December 1916

roux if sSv 1 THE TRIBUNE Entered at the Poatoffice, Bismarck, N. _____ D., as Second Class Matter. ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month I .SO Dally, by mail, per year 4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year 1.S0 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THE STATE'S OliDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12 noon, December 18,1916: Temperature at 7 a. m.. 2 Highest yesterday 4 Lowest last night -7 Precipitation Trace Highest wind velocity 12-NW Forecast: For North Dakota: Unsettled to­ night and Tuesday colder. Temperature Calgary 14 Chicago 2 Galveston 48 Havre 12 Helena 30 Kansas City 16 Miles City 2 Moorhead -18 Pierre 12 Prince Albert -30 St. Paul *14 Williston 4 Winnipeg .— -26 4 ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. Let not thy tongue be as a Let not thy tongue be as a thorny bush, prickjng and hurt ing those who are about thee. —•Archbishop' Leighton. 4 1 Bigotry' murders religion to frigh...

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. — 18 December 1916

MONDAY, DEC. 18, 1016. Smd r*M SMfk Otetmat to SOCIETY Monday Club Observes Christinas Program Mrs. H. S. Dobler was hostess thia afternoon at her home in Rosser street to co-members of the Monday dub. A Christmas program featured file meeting, the subject being "The yuletide." Mrs. H. P. Goddard gave a most interesting history of the Christmas tree and Andrea Hopper'B "A Christ Child Story" was given a splspdid interpretation by Miss Ma­ tilda Williams. Mrs. M. W. Roan gave a review of the origin of the Christ­ mas Carol with interpretative music Tltfg part of the program was espe­ cially pleasing. The roll call was re­ sponded to by "My Ideal Christmas." The next meeting of the club will be held Monday, January 8, with Mrs. G. F. Dullam. The meeting of the Fortnightly club scheduled for Wednesday has been postponed until January 3, and will be held in the home of Mrs. G. A. Raw ling* in Avenue A. MoffH Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. H. 'P. Agselstine of Mofflt are spending: some time in ....

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. — 18 December 1916

v-: BIX r* \i S & .*i SCOOP REPORTER A air week PROMT rAY 15 MERRY KM4S! ZULU BMIHG WILOE FOB TIRE Flatbush Dreadnaught Determin ed to Defend Stars and Stripes That Drape Little Corner London, Dec. 18.—With the stars sind stripes draped in his corner, Young Zulu IAd, the little Flatbush drcadnaught, today entered the ring to battle Jimmy Wilde, British fly­ weight champion in the first title bout of the insect division. Battle for World's Ttitle. ^Vilde has wiped out British oppo­ sition and Zulu has practically a clear claim to the American flyweight title so today's 20-round fight is lor the world's championship. London's leading sport celebrities ])ar uled their funeral hats and pearl grey spats to the weighing-in cere­ mony held at ten this morning in l-Iot liorn stadium ring, where the battle takes place. Neither man trained with the object of reducing as their normal weight is within a few pounds of the mark, 112 pounds. Zulu's brief ses­ sion of training was merely to put...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 December 1916

'.1 •w I W now ro mm rnj V.'yt Sf iZf th fonravi- lt to Hi# -3 R.' MONDAY, DEC. 18, 1016. No Advertisements Accepted awwiw mwo MELP WANTED MAUI WANTED--At once »hort order cook for Srlnter months.' Garrison cafe. MELP WAN1KD FEMALE "win'ITElT^Tcompetenr^iH'ISr^eS eiiaitejfsfiiSorK.-..f#iQtte:$i# Sixth St. Sales Co. 12-19-tf WANTED—Competent girt for house* work. Mrs. W. P. Crewe, 20 Ave. A. Phone 625. 12-16-3t 9. e. YOUNQ V- FOR." RENT—9-room modern house well locstedv$50.Q0. FplNMil^plMOO acres on ferop^ayments in various parts of the county. FOR 8ALE—"Several real bar 4» gains In qiiarters and* half sec- tiohs in different parts of the 4 county, selected from my lists 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 is the time to in vest before my 1916 sale con tracts expire. 4 FOR SALE—Riverview addl tion lots are the best and cheapest In the city for homes pr inveitment. They are close in la...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 18 December 1916

2F r-y#f •, it xf ,,f :.*.y EIGHT IARQUETT CASE yearn and tho mother of a family, wan an inl«r«»t»ri Hiiectator at the trial of her hiiHband today. A reconciliation Iiuh boon affected between Marquette and IiIb ?.'- (i /Sit*!. I: Excitement Prevailed When Spec­ tator at Trial Was Seized With Epileptie Fit GIRL'S FATHER FIRST WITNESS TO BE OALLED ChildiHh, potlto Lid a Pink Marquet­ te, wlf« of tho defendant, and who, though not yet 20, Ih bride of four wife. During recess, young Marquette vlnltod with hiH bride and bin motber-lu-luw, Mrs. Pink, and it wa« apparent that they are now on the bent of terms. Prior to the ulleg tid escapade for whicii Marquette now |h on trial, he and his wife had not UvSjji together for Home tline. Anna Balzer on Stand. Tho principal witness for the state thlM afternoon was Anna llulzer, daughter or Mike ttalzer, tho com­ plainant. Anna told of the plan* made for the Journey to Jamestown of her amloclationH with Marquette prior to thai time, and of the s...

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. — 19 December 1916

The Weather Continued Cold. LDEST NIGHT OF YEAR Mother of Three Weeks' Old In­ fant Arrested With Sister in Fashionable Hotel DESERT LITTLE TOT AT REAR OP GEO. WILL HOME "No One Paid Any Attention To Us and I Could Not Board Baby," Says Mother Abandoned on the coldest night of the year, In an apple box left on tbe back porch of the George Will reel dence, 321 Third street, when thermo­ meters in the city were registering 30 below, was the fate of a three weeks' old infant boy last night. A sharp knock on the kitchen door caused Mr. Will to leave the sitting room in his home. As he opened the door a gurgle came from an Infant swathed in two large blankets, two dresses, two hoods and other gar­ ments to protect it from the coldest wave of the year. Mother Sees Light Turned On. Pausing outside of the Will resi­ dence were Mrs. Helen WaM, 21 years old, mother of the infant, and Mrs. Margaret Garman, 35 years old, a sis­ ter. A soft glow in the little hall-way of the home caused them to ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 19 December 1916

1HV if This rear Give: Sn$ COWAN'S DRUG STORE 103 4th St. ABANDON BABY BOY ON COLDEST NIGHT (Continued from page one)' ed in the cold. Then a door was open­ ed. What happened after that they did not know. A dairy lunch was visited. That was about 10 o'clock. Some time was spent in it. Then they returned to the hotel. Later a knock was heard on their door. It was a midnight rap. The night captain had, within two hours, run down a clue which led to their arrests. Doesn't Want the Baby. "I would rather go to work than have the baby," sobbed the mother in the county jail cell this morning. "We can't handle it with both working. I do wish some one would offer to adopt it." Helen Ward and her sister said "BINGO" Absolutely Removes Corns and Calluses Completely 25 Cents, All Drug Stores, In* eluding Cowan's Drag Store. riv I y'r I v'' •-MML is Better Bring it tO-tr. LODEN'S BATTERY SHOP 408 BROADWAY Bismarck Boys' and Girls' books by all the popular authors. Holland books and Cards Humidor...

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