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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 25 December 1916

Ifr iM •J-( Monday, dbcember 2s, i»ie -r A 'mm A Marry Christmas to Evaryana! MILLION DOLLARS RICHER Fargo Brokers of Dried and Canned Fruit Get Results Through Inter­ cession Commercial Club. Fargo, N. D., Dec. 25.—Xorth Dako­ ta brokers of dried fruit and canned goods rubbed their hands and felt a million dollars richer today. That's the sum that was saved for them by the Fargo Commercial club's intercession with the interstate com­ merce commission, it was estimated CHICHESTER S PILLS THKI»uiion»•«*!»* lit for ladle*! Cbl-cM-Ur' Ihlii Red ud tl.14 metallic 7 INCWillC Mated with Blue Ribbon, a* Mfcer. Bay af v««r Hrautal Ask («CH|4 in:i.TKR1l WflKw# RKANH riLLK, for years known as Best.Safest,Always It it WHFN 'K 3rsna». HAKE THE CITY NATVUHP-l BARBfR SHOP torn shop EACH CUSTOMER GETS INDIVIDUAL HOT TOWEL Reliable SOLft IV DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE of here. These men had contracted for huge shipments of dried and canned fruit f. o. b., from the Pacific coast, to be jobbed'from North Da...

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. — 25 December 1916

FOB* THE TRIBUNE Entered at the Poitofflce, Bismarck, N. ____ D., aa Second Class Matter. isSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month I .60 Dally, by mall, per year 4.00 [Weekly, by mall, per year 1-50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation {THE STATE'S OltDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) The Puritan hated bearbait ing, not (because it gave pain to the bear, but because it gave pleasure to the specta tors.—Macauley. 5 CHRISTMAS. It is a message of cheer, the Trib­ une desires to cany to all its read­ ers today. There never was a time in history when America had so much to H»e thankful for and at the same time so much to be sad over. Joyful we are that family ties are not broken through the scourge of a terrible war. Thankful we are that America has a white Christmas. But out of the depths of our joy out of the blithesome YiUetide spirit out of the realization that we are removed from the sorrow, the ruin and the wreck of conflict, a...

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. — 25 December 1916

MONDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1910 r' SOCIETY Dancing Parties to Mark Events of Week Dancing parties will be among the Interesting event3 planned for the Christmas week entertainments. The Capital Dance Club will give another of its series of private dances Wed­ nesday evening in Patterson Hall, the guests to include the younger dancing set of the city. A special dance pro­ gram has been arranged and O'Con­ nor's orchestra will furnish the music. Society is interested in the dancing party which the nurses of the St. Alexius 'Hospital will give Friday eve­ ning in Patterson Hall. Nearly 200 invitations were issued and the guests will include friends of the nurses and hospital. Returns 'From Wedding Trip. Myron Hunt of the Gamble-Robin­ son company, returned to the city Saturday from his wedding trip, which lie spent in the east. Mrs. Hunt stopped in Fargo to spend Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Kennedy, and will return to the city the latter part of the week. Their wedding wan For Chri...

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. — 25 December 1916

crAAD THE CUB DWUr REPORTER If JAMESTOWN COLLEGE 10 OPEN BASKETBALL ISEASONWjJH 0. N. D. Schedule Also Calls For With "Aggies" and the C. I O Games Fargo College Jamestown, N". D., Dee. 2.".—James­ town coIIpsp will open the basketball season with the University of North Dakota on January 17, according to the schedule which was announced to­ day and which follows: Jan. 16, Uni­ versity of North Dakota vs. Jamestown, here Jan. 19, Aberdeen vs. Jamestown, there Jan. 3ft, North Dakota "Aggies" vs. Jamestown, ar Fargo Jan. 31, May- We Wish You The season's joys and a most pros­ perous New Year, while thanking you for your patronage during this season of 1916 A. FINCH LUMBER CO. Phone 17 Greeting P^Nftr TO ville normal vs. Jamestown, here Feb. 7, Fargo college vs. Jamestown, here Feb. 14, Fargo college vs. Jamestown at Fargo Feb. 15, llayville vs. James­ town at Mayville, Feb. 24, Valley City vs. Jamestown at Valley City March Valley City \s. Jamestown, here, and March 18, Aberdeen vs. J...

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. — 25 December 1916

fe "A •f'C 4 f'l ^,i A -v f' .. I-I *v ?./ "r UMMXJ .i! •ST7 FOR RENT—Bungalow, partly mod­ ern. 515 4th St. 12-22-6t FOR. RENT—8-room modem house. Ninth St. Phone 477L. 12121-3t FOR lE'NT—Modern four-room, well furnished house j, m« Thayer _St. 12-2 l-4t WANT.EOr—Good Catholic housekeep er references required. Write Tri bune 44. 12-14-14t WANTED—a cook at bor, N. Dak. No Advertisements Accepted "T. 'TfllTorbidden Classified Ads—Cash in Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. MOW TO AWW1K tlNH AN. a«a atgnat wttk nubm or ear* Tribune must** as­ hy letter addressed to the given in the td. Tribune «n» aot pemlttei to Ml wto irtlser la. Mall or Mnd your to Trlboae No. and will forward it to the advertlM*. •W W«TOJUU_ WANTED—Experienced male book­ keeper. .Write 48, care Tribune. 12-21-St FIREMEN, BRAKEMEN, beginners paid $120 monthly permanent no strike railway. Care No. 37 The Tribune. 12-2-Sats WANTED=AT once short order cook for winter months. Garrison cafe, Garrison, N. D....

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 25 December 1916

'SIGHT I pn through the holiday season. prices. •,[)!.'C" —•••wf •••—™M———™—1 We Thank You For a large and generous patronage both before and Our appreciation is more than can be expressed in thi3 way, but we shall endeavor to merit your approval by a con­ tinuation of our policy of combining Quality with moderate MHrCJIfjfl! BONHAM BROTHERS Bucceasors to E. B. Woodward «UTZ YjLEADS GUILTY TO I AR8QrfCHjKyk Af HILL8II0R0 j} Hillsbofo, N. D., Dec. 25.—John Rutz, arrested in Milton recently, plead jgullty last week to firing the vacant if 4 i"' \i •_ f.-•• ••iri) 'V rrt r.w »•:.I*,•«*. v. residence owned by C. W. Plain. Sen* tenice will he parsed bjr JHdge Knee* shjjtw January r.The penalty for ar* son in the Tdnrth degree rt from short jail sentence to five years in the state penitentiary. With the spirit of the season and as an appreciation of the generous patronage accorded us we wish for all the people that the clouds may be lifted and Monday bea MERRY CHRISTMAS BERGESON'S P. C. R...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 26 December 1916

1\ *1 •a .. £fA\ VT W The Weather Colder Tonight. Record 36-1LE WIND Zero Wave Punning With 10 Below by Tomorrow Morn­ ing Predicted 1 800 TRAIN STALLED NEAR WA8HBURN, N. D. Seventeen Inches Snow on Ground —Eleven Inches Falling in 36 Hours WORST IN 48 YEARl The United States weather bu­ reau late this afternoon gave out the information that the storm which reached the proportions of a blizzard is the worst ever known in point of snowfall with wind since the weather station was es­ tablished here 48 years ago. The Northern Pacific branch line trains out of Mandan are be­ ing held there. With the blizzard showing no sign of abatement at 5 o'clock, it will probably mean a tie-up of all traffic for a few days. The Capitol street car line has not operated its car today. Taxis and automobiles this afternoon used the side-walks in places where snow was too deep to buck. There is no traffic from the downtown district to the capitol building. Eighteen inches of snow was re ported late today...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 26 December 1916

*W0 t- New Officials Coming in and Old Governor Coming. Governor-elect Lynn J. Frazier will be in with his family from Hoople to take possession of the executive man­ sion. With him will come his private secretary, X. A. Mason, of Wimbledon. Other advents of the week will be John N. Iflagen, commissioner of agri­ culture and labor: S. J. Aandahl, 1 Chirles W. Bleick and M. P. Johnson, the new reailroad commisisoners S. A. Olsness, cqjnmissioner of insurance, and William Langer, attorney general. H. A. Bronson, Langer's first deputy, is also expected to reach the city this week. Justice-elect Luther K. Birdzell .will be here the first of next week. Caucus Tomorrow. The Non-Partisan league's legisla­ tive caucus is scheduled to begin to­ morrow. Many matters of importance, chief among them the question of call­ ing a constitutional convention for March, are to be considered. It is probable that a steering committee will be named, and a program of legis­ lation adopted. The league has ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 26 December 1916

ft •V 3 -. .• i« I 4"#8!k .,*f TgBMHY, P1SC.2S, .' ... !.rm5=g O .0 r'- Y*'* "V, :1 St: I Telling Blows Delivered to One Crop Idea by Demonstrations and Lectures. ^Conditions Better Than a Few Years Ago When Farmers Were Struggling To Make a Living Raising Wheat (From Dakota Farmer) On Monday morning October 9th we left Aberdeen for Linton. N. D. W« were making a trip of.four days on the Northern Pacific Special Live stock Train, and about ten years ago .was the last time we .went, over most of thfs territory. The morning was one of those bright* clear, frosty mornings which we have the pleasure "of enjoying only ip this northwestern country of high altitudes. The thresh­ ing-machines could be seen in oper­ ation here and there' all of the Way to Linton. About half of them were bringing joy to the farmers and hope to the wiires, because at that time about one-half of them were thresh­ ing flax, oats or barley. The other lialf were bringing discouragement' to th§ farmer and ..bis wif...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 26 December 1916

1 rous THE TRIBUNE Entered at the Poetofflce, Bismarck, N. D., am Second Class Matter. ISSUED EVERY DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month 9 .50 Dally, by mall, 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 26, 1916: Temperature at 7 a. 3 Temperature at 12 noon 2 Highest yesterday 2 Lowest last night 0 Precipitation 36 Highest wind velocity 36-X Forecast: For North Dakota: Snow and cold­ er tonight cold wave southeast por­ tion Wednesday unsettled and cold­ er with snow east portion strong northeast shifting to southwest winds. ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. WAR "PROSPERITY." If you believe it is an idle fairy tale, this talk about the unthinkable ex­ travagance being indulged in in New York, you may give pause by noting the following items advertised in a full-page announcement by a fam...

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. — 26 December 1916

s-»' •m :'wMM I ffli '''jRyb'r U* w-M '*$' i. I &'%!t W' L« TUESDAY, DEC. 26, 1016 SOCIETY Miss Bruce To Entertain for Her Visiting Guest Miss Glenn Bruce, a student at St. Mary's Faribault, Minn., who is spend­ ing the holidays with her parents, Judge and Mrs. A. A. Bruce, of Fifth street, is planning a number of social •entertainments during the remainder •of the week for her guest, Miss Mabel Perrott, of Grand Forks, who arrives In the city this evening. Miss Per­ rott is a University of North Dakota Sirl. ,\ To Return From Visit. A. G. JacobBon, state printer and supply clerk, who spent Christmas as the guest of friends in New Lisbon, wis., is expected home tomorrow. Spending Holidays Here. Paul A. Cook, a student in the law department of the University of Min­ nesota, is spending the holidays with his mother, Mrs. A. W. Cook, of Fifth street. Visit!n(| in Fargo. Attorney Benjamin F. Tillotson of Thayer street is. spending the Christ­ mas holidays with Mrs. Tillotson and inf...

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. — 26 December 1916

I] 7T' t* 4, •i: z- T£ I Jt &.. CfftAD DUE'S TEAR IS OF THE CUB 3CUUr REPORTER Record Made by Washington Team All Goes To Dobie's Credit While'the University of Pittsburgh. Colgate, Brown, the Army and several other football teams are having hot discussions in the east regarding who's who in the football world, 'way out west in the state of Washington, there's a football team which is dis­ creetly keeping still and resting mean­ while on the glorious record of not having lost a football game in the last nine years. While tnc football laurels are 'being passed around it certainly would be the proper thing to hand a leaf or so to Coach Gilmour "Dobie and his University of Washlrjj ton eleven. The record at Washington all goes to Dobie's credit. There isn't a soli­ tary western football fan wan's to take an iota of credit from Dobio and there isn't one who believes the team and not Dobie is responsible for th? record. Washington has not stacked i.d against the heavy, well coached e...

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. — 26 December 1916

id N •r •f'* .'1 ::T 1 pij» a (. "SP TUESDAY, DEC. 26, 1916 t- now to AMtwiit mjm x0t. »ffl fonraii it to tMadfertWir. jjlJWANTEPmUl tWANTED—Pastry coOk Cafei- WANTED—Men who desire to earn over $125.00 per month write u* to­ day for position as salesman every opportunity for advancement. Cen­ tral Petroleum Co., Cleveland, O. 12-26-lt TRACTOR SCHOOL—The Twin City Tractor school is conducted in con­ nection with ope of the world's larg­ est tractor shops, affording practi­ cal and inexpensive instruction in all branches of tractor operation and care.. Terms start Jan. 2, Fob. 5, March 12. Small tuition fee. Enter any*jda3T first" week of term. Free catalog. Minneapolis Steel & Mach. Co., 29th St. and Minnehaha Ave. Minneapolis,. Minn, l?-Sj6-5t •ELFWANTlD WANTED—Girl f6r general -hoiise wbrk. AptJy,iA!. J. Arnot, first Na­ tional Bank. 12-26-3t WANTED—Good Catholic housekeep­ er references required. Write Tri __ bun»,4it,',r, 12-14:14t WANTED—A cook at HoteTColehar bor, N. Dak. ...

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. — 26 December 1916

EIGHT LITEST FAD FOR TO Gruesome Relics From Early En­ gagements With Outlaws Found EBONY HUNTING HAS BECOME MONOTONOUS Mercedes, Texas, Dec. 26.—Hunting for ebony wood has grown rather monotonous for some of the boys with the First North Dakota infantry, sta­ tioned here, and of late they have been searching through the chaparral for the bones of dead Mexican out­ laws, slain or executed during the border trouble which preceded the ar­ rival of state troopB. Very little pains were taken to care for the bodies of Mexicans in the wild days along the Rio Grande. Aa a result the searchers in khaki have hot had a great deal of difficulty in securing some gruesome relics from the border. This week Corporals Stanley Ed­ wards and Carroll Johnson and Pri­ vates Goodrie and Jordan of Com­ pany M, Grand Forks, came upon what remained. ,«f, the skeletons of two Mexican bandits ,who were killed by rangers, near Mercedes, about one year ago. The skulls of the dead men had already been carried a...

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. — 27 December 1916

kd i' :f *y v'' *8r- m* '4®: V-. i\ I .V W WD Carpenter Lumber Yards and Bis­ marck Commission Buildings Totally Destroyed FIREMEN FIOHT AGAINST GALE Loss Estimated at Approximately $50,000 Fully Covered by Insurance Fire starting in the rear of the Bis­ marck commission plant* Seventh street south and bordering on Main, at 2 j'cloek this morning and still burning at the noon hour, completely destroyed that structure, the main office and sheds of the Carpenter Lum­ ber company and the small warehouse of Armour & Co., entailing a loss esti­ mated at rpproximately $50,000. The area burned comprises a quarter of a block. Fight Blaze in iilizxard Firemen in jackets of ice, moving about as human icicles, fought the lire under the driection of Chief Thompson in a blizzard considered the worst since 1896. A 35-mile an hour gale raged at the time, threaten­ ing to carry the flames across the track to the Occident Elevator com­ pany and to the Nortz Lumber yards to the east. Had the two-...

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. — 27 December 1916

•M £0 :M: TWO PS CITY WATER LIGHT PUNT Snapping of Steel Bands Follow­ ed by Terrific Crash—Dam­ age Several Thousand Harvey, X. 1).. Dec. 27—Damage I" I lie extent of several thousand dollars was caused this week when the ItiK city water tank on the tower near the roundhouse, hurst, emptying thou­ sands of gallons of water with the force of an avalanche on the old elec­ tric lifiht building, completely wreck­ ing the structure and damaging the machinery and supplies stored with­ in. The roof was demolished and" the side walls so cracked and seamed that a portion had to ho torn down. According to J. A. Fredericks, who was a witness to the spectacle, the bands on the tank appeared to give way on the south side, and suddenly the tank fell to pieces, the heavy planks on which it was built falling with the water with a terrific (trash. The damage appeared confined to the old electric light building and an oil house on the Soo line. Any one caught in the path of the destruction would sca...

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. — 27 December 1916

5^ A: H: Jv ... 1 k|. #r Ti 1 WEDNESDAY, DBO. 27, 191ft. *zm. im DE LUXE IS (United Press.) Granville, Wis., Dec. "27.—Milwau­ kee county criminals Monday wll oc­ cupy new quarters in the luxurious establishment -built here at a cost of $700,000, and said .by officials to be one of the largest, finest, most com­ fortable county workhouses in the country. The buildings, of which there are 12, have been under course of con­ struction for the last two years. They have a capacity for 650 prisoners. Each inmate has a separate cell, while those who sleep in the dormi­ tories will have plenty of room and a number of cubic feet of air to breathe. The Inmates will have lux­ uries denied many persons even in THE STOMACH Causes Incomplete 'Digestion, Weak­ ens the System, and Breeds Dyspepsia. Trial Package of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets Free. Gluttony is as vile a sin as drunk­ enness and its evil results are more terrible and far more rapid. The hu man system barns into the stomach and alimen...

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. — 27 December 1916

FOUX THE TRIBUNE Entered at the Pogtofflce, Bismarck, N. _____ D., as Second Claw Matter. ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month I .BO Dally, by mall, per year 4.00 Weekly, by mall, per year 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THE STATE'8 OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12 noon, December 27, 1916: Temperature at 7 a. -4 Temperature at 12 noon -4 Highest yesterday 3 •Lowest last night -4 Precipitation rl Highest wind velocity 38-W Forecast: For North Dakota: Snow tonight Thursday partly cloudy continued cold fresh to strong northwest winds. ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. ASKS OUR ASSISTANCE. Germany in its reply to President Wilson's note specifically asks the as­ sistance of the neutrals in ending the war. By whatever name one chooses to call this action, boiled down to its simple terms Germany formally asks the mediation of neutrals. There is nothing for this nati...

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. — 27 December 1916

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 27, 1016. Society News Bismarck Couple Weds In Colorado Springs A wedding of interest to Bismarck and Jamestown people was solemniz­ ed today in Colorado Springs, Colo., when Miss Katherine Dwyer of this place .became the ibride of Thomas H. Poole, also of Bismarck. The wed­ ding took place in the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Mary C. Dwyer. The bride is a North Dakota girl, hav­ ing been born in Jamestown. She was educated in the St. John's acad­ emy of that (Place. Mer father with others was founder of the First (Na­ tional .bank of Sterling, in this county. The family lived in the eighties iu Na­ poleon and Medina. She has been a rsident of E'ismarck for the last six years. The groom is also a pioneer of North Dakota, coming to Jamestown when a young boy, living continuously In Jamestown and Bismarck. He was educated in the Jamestown schools and the Presbyterian college, now the Jamestown college. He came to Bismarck in 1895, as deputy state in­ surance commiss...

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. — 27 December 1916

I. .jffijaiinM wiiaimai« 'IK wliiiuAiitiiiwrtw sot SCOOP 1 Montanan Is Training With Roy Anderson for Big Match Here Friday WINNER WILL North's Record at Stake. To the followers of the wrestling game, it is conceded that North is yoing up against rock-ribbed material. North has proved a whirlwind since he began his wrestling career and, with a record of not having been thrown during last season, he is out to compete with such a record for the season of lfllG-17. His showing against Tony Bernard in Bismarck, just two Weeks ago, placed him more in the public eye than his victory over Joe.Novqk. BismarcW, like Fargo this year, is showing loyal support to the wres­ tling game and has ibeen turned out well to the three matches, probably tials—Novak and North—have made this city their homes and have a large following of friends who are ever ready to wager a few cents on the home fellows. North to Arrive Tomorrow. North will reach Bismarck tomor­ row, leaving one day in which to train here...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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