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

i|! J1- =5 FOI$ bouse. •3-^S- vg No Advertisements Accepted "T. P." TfllForbidden iejlAfe—Casein Advance. IL MOW SO ANftWM^BUNft AM. Jl ela afguST^t. ..Pllrtwti vm ittUi .can Trihuaa austto Jtt jperad hf tottar addrwaedto the farter ifvatt in th« ad. Trlbuif j^ai* |IO N ar% not pannitte* to taftvle mr adfertlMr la. Mall or seai -jou invar to Trlbana No. aai -'Tra fffltarmrdjUettta^ OLPWAlTTEDMAia WANTED—Experienced malcTbook' keeper. .Write 48, care Tritunewv izU*t WANTED—At once abort order cook tor winter months. GarrisoA'okflf) Garrison, N. D. 12-12-12t WANTED—A lady wishes a partner in business. Write No. 47, care Tri­ bune.- 12-21-2t WAtyTEB-r-Glrl for housework. Phone 673W 12-21-4t WANTEO—Good Catholic housekeep­ er references required. Write Tri buno44. 12-l4-14t WANTED—A cook at Hotel'Colehar bor, N. Dak. 12-14-lmo WANTED—Competent girl~for~gener" al housework. Phone 516, or 924 Sixth St. WANTED—Experienced competent stenographer for permanent posi­ tion good wages. Lahr Mot...

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. — 21 December 1916

EIGHT I I- I DMA TROOPS Oil THE BORDER Overcoats Received by Every En­ listed tyan in Regiment— Stov* and New Tents MISTLETOE GROWS WILD NEAR CAMPS ^Mercedes, Tex., Dec. 21.—It seems as though luxuries galore are being heaped upon the soldiers of the First North Dakota infant'ry since its re­ turn from the big "hike" to Browns­ ville. Among the latest are new stoves for Tonight Only ismarcff Theatre 7:15 and 9:00 practically every tent in the regiment. Old tents have been replaced by brand news ones, and today over­ coats for every~enlisted~man "in" the regiment arrived and were distribut­ ed, despite the fact that a bunch of the North Dakotans went swimming in Llano Grande lake. The boys of Company" M" from Grand Porks, think their "street" looks very "sassy" now, for the com­ pany has been completely fitted out with new tents. Other companies which were jn as much need of bet- ter 8helta# flkve been similarly equip­ The novdir of having real, Bure enough stovls as protection again...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 December 1916

The Weather RISING TEMPERATURE OBEY IMPULSE Eleventh Hour Arrives With Much Charitable Work Yet To Be Done SHOPPERS, REMEMBER EMPTY STOCKING CLUB Rising Temperature Had Bene­ ficial Result Yesterday— $15 Was Realized _____ At this eleventh hour, or literally Rpeaking, on this 22nd day of Decem­ ber, with only one day left to purchase the merry Christmas gift for the only girl or the only boy in the world and you are struggling with that crowd of late shoppers in the downtown district, tjust pause long enough to drop a coin into the kettles —"just to keep the pots boiling,"—the words of Captain James A. Murphy of the Salvation army. The shops of the Capital City are fill­ ed with lovely little trifles that one can purchase for a hundred or more. Into the toy sections of the depart­ ment stores one can get a glimpse of the cosy doll houses big enough for a live-year-old girl to get into comfort­ ably. It can be purchased for $75. Then there are miniature touring cars with everything p...

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. — 22 December 1916

a I It if j- I 1 II Pi & TWO 1 II 4 1 i* I I I I Ip I yJtrt" Is I! 1ft: Note ^2 AT THE M'KENZIE. Among the men registered Thurs­ day at the iMoKenzie, who were in the city transacting business were: C. M. McCordie, Fargo A. O. Busch. Flasher, and E. H. King, Jamestown. TO LEAVE FOR HOLIDAYS. "The Misses Cassie Brink, Irene Tausend and Ioiia Taylor, the first named a clerk in the A. W. Lucas Co, and the last two in the Webb Brothers' store, will spend the Christ­ mas' holidays at their respective Do •in­ mcst beautiful line of gifts. You .can make this picture a reality by sending home, or sending your friends, a and some Columbia Christinas Records. No other gift can assure so much in genuine delightful pleasure and entertainment, for so long a time, at so little cost* Come in and get our special Christmas Lists. There are hundreds'of 65c Columbia Double-Disc Records in the Columbia Catalog. 123 Fourth Strett homes in Glen Ullin, New Salem and Windsor. NAPOLEON VISITORS. MrsL Ge...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 December 1916

M* i. '1 '•v "J FRIDAY, DEC. 22, 1916. The Last Minute Gift for Him A Beautiful fie We Have a Large Line at All Prices BERGESON'S Q'KELLY, NATIONALIST REHBER, IS TODAY London, Dec. 22.—James J, ©"Kelly, nationalist member of the house of common^, died in London today. Mr. O'Kelly, a member of the house To Our Patrons- a splendid feature. airnm We wish to announce that "ROMEO AND JULIET" will positively be shown tonight at both theatres. Films arrived last night on train No. 3 too late to be shown. If you attend tonight you will be well repaid for "ROMEO AND JULIET" with THEDA BARA is 7:15 and 9:00 7:15 and 9:0T The Jokesmith's To rob his humor of its sting and the pie of its disposition to create indigestion— To insure a pie that will contribute much to your fame as a domestic scientist, use as your shortening AWTAY KQ% }H*» Pure Butter-of-Nuts For BakinfcSh^enijnfcFfcyjijg —and one-fifth less than of any other fat. S AWT AY is without taste and odor—your pie will have the delicate,...

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. — 22 December 1916

1 fe "."•*"'^•1 .I™,.--- !"VI- rotJB |:1: THE TRIBUNE Cot«r«(J tlie Fc^tufflea, Kasajti, S. aa Out Za£r, Ivt exrtter. ft" Ixflr, fe7 mail, p« 7«?... ly nsafl, p«r 7«*/- Mw.btr Audit Bersas cff C6re?ria£i«* rag BTAT7T3 CT.DEST ?fSW25"APEB (Ect*JbKJfc«l 1*7J LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. Fo.» '..'.e 24 ':s,izr. ending a* 12:*A. TrV/Tt. Dec* ai v^r 22, JO 2 4: Temperature at 7:' a. ci. Tsi.'i/^st I: High**' yrstAniay iAAt nigbt —1i Prec.pltaJiOTi Nor-ft H'.'ftf-*.' ff.i'A Ty.'/.W/ F—NW Forecast. For North GeneraTly fair tbiiirM Ha-.ardiiy contteaed Calgary Ha7r«: z&bihh Tttxxtr. imCZD ET'"EK7 HAT EXCEPT STT.~X».Y tCESCKXPnOJ* RA.T28 PAYABLE ET AX»"7ASC2 pai/lir. sligbtiy m.zhi Ami bow i- 2£. sikip«c.I •fix. fairr $ 4.W J.34 tha Httlft cxcy 2- beeves ir. t:.e United cold. TeKpe.-atare —V, Chicago 2 (IZlVf&U/O 2fi —\t. ifeleria 2 Kari.a» City 4 MHe* City —10 Moorhead Pierrfe Prince Atvert .. f, «». Paal 72 WiilisU/i) —22 Winnipeg —1» Swift Current .. —24 ORRI3 W. fcO£JERTS. Meteor&...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 December 1916

$ I* FRIDAY, DEC. 22, 1916. SOCIETY Visiting in St. Paul. Mrs. Etj W. Scboregge of the Rose apartments left last evening for St. Paul, where she will visit friends over Christmas. -i* Spending Holidays Here. Mrs. J. J. Walker of Zap has arrived in the city to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ni­ chols, of Avenue B. She will be join­ ed Saturday by Mr. Walker. To Visit Parents. Miss McGettigan, a student at the Winona normal,.Winona, Minn., is ex­ pected home this evening to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan McGettigan, of Eighth street. To Reside Here Miss Margaret Wynkoop, wbo has been making her home in Hebron, will return to the city the last of the week to locate, fahe will be at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Wynkoop of Third street. librarian to Wed. Charles W. Sumner, librarian at the North Dakota university, Grand Forks, has gone to Toledo, O., where on Christmas day he will wed Miss Flor­ ence Gillette, daughter of Dr....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 December 1916

SIX SCOOP RTEHPEORCTUEBR THE* TELL-ME FUR5 MAKE- A SUCK for Your BOISE'S FIVE SUBDUES LOCAL IT" 1816 Pacing Loss First Period Man dan High Waged Hot Fight Last Half FIRST DEFEATFROM MANDAN IN 5 YEARS Conch Spencer Boise's .Munrian high school "qiiint," facing fi 10 to 8 de­ feat at the close oi' I lie lirst half, fought its way to victory over the His marck high school last evening, scor­ ing Ml points to the local team's 0 in the final period of play, and won the contest by a score of IS to 1(5. Jt was the first defeat that Bismarck has met from Mandan in a period cov­ ering live years. Vivian Refereed Contest. Vivian, former sport writer of Bis­ marck, called the game shortly after PUT IN OUR CHRISTMAS BANKING CLUB AND INCREASED 10# WEEKLY WILL MAKE tt This happens in 50 WEEKS. PRESENT lady fr\e_nd T&K MAQaXmc "r-EI I 8 o'clock, with both Captain Spang ler of Bismarck and Captain mins of Mandan sending their respect­ ive teams through for a light prac­ tice at shooting baskets...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 December 1916

FRIDAY, an Sixth St *-,* -f .$ #..£*•. WANTED—Experienced competent stenographer for permanent pofci tlori good -wagiia. Lahr.. iStotbr ROOMS TOR RENT FOR RENT—Furnished room mod ern .512 Eighth St^ Phone 432L. *ftOOMS~with~board. 619"6th St! 12-22-6t FOR RENT—One room in modern __house^ Phone 354X. 12»20^3t FOR RENT—Furnished room In mod em house. Apply 801 Fifth Si or 'phone 242R. 12-20-6t FOR RENT 329R. _ern No Mvertiii^ti jjL^tef^'T. P." $W Forbidden *0 ANSWill BUN* AN. •IlMt wltt raniwfr or Tribune most be u by totter addreaaed to the (lT«n In the ad. Tribune rat* ar« not permittei to Ull who iTirtlur U. Mall or sand your to Trlbnao No. and TTO jffl.tenrt It to the advertlaor. HELP WANTED MAUI WANTED—Experienced male book keeper. Write 48, care Tribune. 12-21-St WANTED—At once short order cook *?ot winter months. Garrison cafe, .Garrison, N. D. I2-12-12t ^EB^EBflKSSSI^ *ELP WANTED WEMM1M (WANTED—Clerk at Western Union. Sales Co. I2l&-tf F.E.YOUNG FOR SALE—17-room, modern ho...

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

H0BI NORTH DM* & 7 Victrola Grand Masquerade Patterson's Hall Christmas Night Dancing from 9 to 1 O'CONNOR'S AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA $15.00 in Cash Prizes ADMISSION: $1.00 PER COUPLE 1 By Associated Press.) Washington, Dec. 22.—The rate of growth in population in 'North and South Dakota, Kansas and Wyoming, from W0© to 1910, was nearly double over that from 1905 to 1915, according u&i'vfcS9?Rjs35W&.?" Your to estimates announced by the census bureau today, which says there has been an increased shift of the people to the citiea. Of the country's esti­ mated continental population of more than 102,000 000, 40.9 per cent live in cities of more than 8,000 people. Of the stajfaMn which census was tak­ en since the last federal count, Kan ns, SfBflg Dakota and Wyoming •how qedBaiea from 1910 to 1915. Among tip largest cities are: New York, 5,flitt,849 Chicago, 2,497,722 Minneapolis, '363,454, and fit. Paul, 247,232. The bureau was careful to explain that these figures do not take...

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

The Weather -0— -0- —0— OF SPY LIE Attorney General Believes He Has Ring-Leaders of Organ­ ized Gang 47 BISMARCK PEOPLE IN ILLEGITIMATE TRAFFIC Prosecutor Has Names of Every­ one Involved, With Many Affidavits A smashing blow was delivered Bis­ marck's alleged booze ring last night and today, when six arrests for boot­ legging and blindpigging were made upon information procured by Attor­ ney General H. J. Linde and upon warrants sworn out by him, in co-op­ eration with States Attorney H. R. Berndt. The half-dozen in the toils form, in the opinion of the attorney general, a very small proportion of Bismarck's bootlegging machine, whose cohorts, Mr. Linde's records show, number 47 principals and agents. The attorney general has evidence which will bring practically every one of these men be­ fore the bar of justice to answer to charges of blindpigging, bootlegging, or maintaining a common nuisance. Has the Goods On Them. "I have the goods on them," said the attorney general this morn...

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

two Was Left in High-Chair While Mother Assisted in Stabling Hw. gtock:: SCENE OF CHRISTMAS TRAGEDY IN FARM HOME (Speelal to the Tribune) Jamestown, N. D., Dec. 23.—A Christmas tragedy was brought to light this afternoon in a report from Edmunds, Stutsman county, stating tUt the three-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vee, living a mile and a half north of that village, was burn­ ed to death in a high-chair when the *hottse was destroyed by fire. Mrs. Vee and her four children had returned to the farm home from the station after bidding Mr. Vee goodbye, who left for eastern points. The small­ est child was placed in the chair while the mother kindled afire and then went with the other three children to the barn to stable the horses. A few minutes later the house was in flames. No trace of the three-year-old baby*s remains have been found. The house is a veritable pile of ashes. PI,AX DETAILS FOR CENTRAL sl MIQH SCHOOL PLAY AT JAME8TOWN POSTPONED Jamestown, N. D., Dec. 23.—The hi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 December 1916

\4- "i Wi *y 4 SATURDAY, PEC. 23,1916, Cravings for holiday "smokes" rath­ er than for holiday "cheer" are re­ sponsible fOr the numerous box car robberies along the main line of-the Northern Pacific in North Dakota thi» holiday season, according to George D. McDowell, 'special agent lor- the Northern Pacific, with headquarters at JameBtowh. who was a caller ai the., -police station this morning, ?he gpecial officer 1b. inclined to be­ lieve that the criminals are going "dry?' like the natio'n, for in several instances .packages of booze have been passed dp and cigars and cig­ arettes taken. Heavy pilfering of cars:. is reported from: the yards in Dilworth and Fargo, he says. :McDowell reports that' it-- wflb' be January 15 and probably later than that date before the new station at Jamestown will be thrown open' to the*public.. .,(i,. .... Meeting Called for 7:30 0'Clock at Grand Pacific Hotel Week From Tonight Believing that there are enough col­ lege and university men in Bismarc...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 December 1916

I THE TRIBUNE Entered at the Poitofflce, Bismarck, N. D., as Second CI as* Matter. I88UED EVERT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month I .50 Dally, -by mail, per year 4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation TUB STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1573) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12 noon, December 23, 1916: Temperature at 7 a. -15 Temperature at 12 noon -3 Highest temperature yesterday ... 3 Lowest last night -15 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 22-W Forecast: For Bismarck and vicinity: In­ creasing cloudiness tonight and Sun­ day probably snow continued cold. Temperature Calgary -12 Chicago 12 Galveston 42 Havre -18 Helena 6 Kansas City 16 Moorhead -14 Pierre -8 Prince Albert -20 St. Paul -6 Williston ..iv. -16 Winnipeg -10 Swift Current -16 ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist 4» All they that take the sword shall perish with the sword.—Jeeus of Nazareth. v, NOT ENCOURAGING Bit...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 December 1916

SATURDAY, DEO. 23, 1919. EUMM IUI rn sim The Birth of Christ To Be Cele­ brated in All the City Churches Splendl^ musical programs will fea­ ture the Christmas services next Sun­ day in the Capital City churches. The various choirs have prepared exten­ sive programs, which will include an­ thems, solos and Christmas carols. The ministers will tell the Christ­ mas story at both the morning and evening services. The church audi­ toriums will be especially appointed to carry out the Yuletide spirit. Presbyterian. The Presbyterian church quartet, composed of Elisabeth fiayliss, so­ prano Bessie Keenan, contralto W. L. Miller, tenor, and George Hum­ phreys, bass, will furnfsh the music for the morning service and a large chorus choir under the direction of Mrs. J. P. French, the evening serv­ ice. Miss Mabel Wright will preside at the organ during the morning ser vice and Miss Helen Fisk at the even­ ing. The programs follow: Morning Service. Organ Prelude—Christmas Greet-, lags—Merkel. ...

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. — 23 December 1916

SIX i. ^rnop THE CUB OVyUtlr' REPORTER /HfcUMfS Q^fLOF— TW& FALLOW IMG •fSMG im Willi FOR SI. PMI1 EXHIBITION HEBE Famous Exploit of "Jolly Joe" Rolette Recalled by Ancient Racquettes "•(oily Joe itoilotte, one of the most romantic characters the north­ west has produced, and how he saved the capital of .Minnesota to St. Paul are recalled by an ancient pair of snowshoes which have been broughi into prominence by a rearrangement in the otlice of Curator M. R. Gil more of the state historical museum. The shoes, of generous proportions, evidently designed to carry a robust man. are tile very ones upon which ".lolly Joe," thfcn a member of the "council," made his historic getaway with the hill providing for the remov­ al of the capital of Minnesota from St. Paul to St. Peter. When the time came to vote on the proposition, St. Peter had a safe majority pledged in its favor. But it did not have Rol­ lette, and Rollette had the original bill safely in his possesssion, tracking away int...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 December 1916

SATURDAY, DEC. 23, 1916. |lfOW TO vi i. i. A No Advertisements Accepted "T. F." "fliM Classified Ads—Cash in* Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock |l., AWW1H BLlNH A—. AOVKHTItl etfM4* wMk autfeens or (Elijah. care Trilmna mutt be at jg§Ked by totter addressad to the iambar siT«n in the ad. Trlbuno II07H am not pannlttei to tell nho Wt itwtlMr li. Mall or send yoar ftatwar to Trlbuno No. —, and no frjl forward It to tbo adfortlaor. HELP WANTED MAUI WANTED—Experienced male book keeper. Write 48, care Tribune. 12-2 l-3t ElftEMfeN, ftHAkeMe^, beginners ...paid $120 monthly permanent no strike railway. Care No. 37 The Tribune. 12-2-Bata WANTED—At once short order cook for winter months. Garrison cafe, Garrison, N. D. t2-12-12t WANTED—At onoo—Tea ladies to travel, demonstrate and sell well es­ tablished Hne to our dealers' pre vtons^yxperience not necessary «i|M |afr 'nailroad fare paid. Good­ rich Drug Co. Dept. 481 Oinaba, Neb. 12-2-5SDS WANTED—Clerk at" Westfern Union. 12-22-2t ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 23 December 1916

Si EIGHT Our 1917 IK TEDDY R. MIS CRITIC British Premier Has Much of Roosevelt's Punch and Vigor KNOWS VALUE OF /i PRESS PUBLICITY (United Press) New York, Dec. 23.—An appeal to America from the British premier, I/ David Lloyd George, "to realize the call Destiny is making to her" for "the enforcement of international law and international rights" is con­ tained in Isaac F. Marcosson's per­ sonal study of England's prime min­ ister in- today's issue of Everybody's magazine. "The hope of the world," said Lloyd George in 'his "message to America/' "is that America will realize the call destiny is making to her In tones that are getting louder and more Insist­ ent as these terrible months go by. "That destiny lies in the enforce- Overland Dancing from 9 to 1 O'CONNOR'S AUGMENTED ORCHESTRA $15.00 in Cash Prizes ADMISSION: $1,00 PER COUPLE and Maud was plucky, she was pret­ ty and she was attractive. Not long ago the 80-mile stretch of wheat country from the Highwood mountains to Chester...

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. — 25 December 1916

The Weather Snow and Colder STATE ADVOCATED League Caucus This Week Prob­ ably Will Endorse Calling of Special Assembly WOULD PAVE WAY FOR PROGRESSIVE MEASURES Idea is to so Revise Constitution as to Carry out Org&niza tion's Program The convening of a constitutional convention March 1, 1917, will be the most important matter to be discussed at the Non-Partisan league caucus to be held here this week. Announcement to this effect was made today by a prominent local league leader. Except by an occasional amend­ ment, North Dakota's constitution has undergone little change sine# its adop­ tion by the first constitutional conven­ tion, provided for in the enabling act approved by congress February 22, 1889. Delegates to this convention were elected in May, 1889, to the num­ ber of 75, and they assembled in Bis­ marck and organized July 4,188®. The constitution which they framed was adopted October 1, 1889, by a vote of 27,441 to 8,107. To Pave the Way. The purpose for which the new ...

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. — 25 December 1916

ftffi.isxr. TWO 'f I «n«r PUB eajj BHU( •q» jo Biof Qn •I '-'j t! ti Thl Store Extends Hi To those who have crowded it during this bountiful season. We have studied your wants and have sought to adapt our business to them. We thank you for the apprecia­ tion you have shown and wish you A Merry Christmas Cowan's Drug Store 123 4th Street W.W.WI Maucmmm sh We cannot meet our many friends and patrons to shake their hand, but want to wish you all a Bright and Merry Christmas and a Most Happy New & Year Lomas Hdw. Co. veryone F, French & Welch WILL BE 0P[ll TO FROI JANUARY 1 Excellent Addition to Bismarck's Hotel Facilities Prepared for Guests The Annex, latest addition to Bis­ marck's splendid hotel facilities, will be ready for the reception of guests January 1, Henry Tatley announced this morning. The Annex provides 49 guest chambers, 20 with 'bath all provided with running hot and cold water, clothes closets and other ac cessories, and'each modernly fumisn ed with full-sized ...

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