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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 13 January 1917

I VS Jfflle •f 3511 '••i I S.--3U .• •*•-•-,• ---, »s....... 'x&m iftfwvnrt ItteNSie Dalrymple. l-13-6t WANTED—Solicitor for newspaper work. Give full detail* of your e* perience. References required. Hi Tribune. YOUNG men. Wilton, N. D. H-tf V. HELP WANTED FEMALE W0MEN~WANTED^FU11 time $15, spare time 25c an hour, selling guar­ anteed Wear Proof hosiery to wear­ er. Experience unnecessary. Wear Proof Mills, Norristown, Pa. 1-13-lt WANTED—A girl'for general"house­ work, at once. Phone 4&9L. Mrsi F. Holmboe. l-li-6t WA'NTED—Woman solicitor for news­ paper canvassing. II, Tribune. 1-9-tf WANTED—Girl for general house­ work phone. 657 or call at 504 Man dan Ave^ 12-30-6t AT ONCE—Ten ladies to traveirdem onstrate and sell well established line to our dealers previous exper­ ience not necessary good pay rail­ road fare paid. Goodrich .Drug Co. Dept. 631, Omaha, Nebr. 1-6-Sats $ ,.T- 'S house with bath, furnace, ma pie floors corner lot, conven- S S lent to schools brand new. $ Yo...

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. — 13 January 1917

tl 1 Kx it I •*ii: 0., KC ijg $ rr -. 6 If I l••vw» -j .« 1 2 11 $w 1 »S •u. S»V 4 r- EIGHT $/ J'%f 3®' fo r.4 mf VALLEY CITY LOSES TO JAMESTOWN BY 30 TO 13 E Rathman and Bourquin Sensa­ tions for James River Valley Team Out for Championship (Special to The Tribuur. Jamestown, N. D„ Jan. 13.— The Jamestown high school basketball team tonight defeated the high school team from Valley City by the score of 30 to 13. The game was one of the fastest and cleanest exhibitions of basketball ever seen here, only four fouls being called by Referee Upshaw. Captain Bourquin and Floyd Rath taan, as forwards, played star games, their work being more noticeable than that of the guards because the ball was in the vicinity of the Jamestown basket fully three-fourths of the time. Valley City excelled somewhat in with JACK $ BASKETBALL RESULTS. 4 Btomarck ... 76 $ Jamestown .HO 'i Verona .')9 %x16i SS-Servifce FROST is a real enemy of the Starting and Lighting Battery. Pre­ pare your battery to resist...

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 January 1917

I S^:"V I" fe I# The Weather ,7* Unsettled. Associate Justice Who Led Ticket in Recent Election Against Revision Scheme LEGISLATURE CAN CALL CONVENTION, SAYS JUDGE Two-Thirds Vote Will Maks Im­ mediate Action Possible Opposition in House The league's plan (or the revision of the constitution, as proposed in House Hill No. 44, is all wrong, in the opinion of Associate Justice James E. Robinson, who Jed all other league candidates in the race for the supreme court at the November gen eral election. Revision and amendment are one and the same thing, says the associ­ ate justice. Another North Dakota supreme court judge has held the same. If a legislature cannot amend the constitution, it cannot, says Judge Robinson, revise the constitution. The only method in which the legislature can "revise" or "amend" the consti tution, says the associate justice, is in the manner prescribed by law, which would mean the referring of proposed amendments to the Six­ teenth legislature, and, if approve...

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. — 15 January 1917

jWrihrwi I A J- is',: 6 VAN HORN HOTEL Bismarck's Newest Hotel Bismarck, N. D. 5 -i. 't •$1.00 per day and upwards. Strictly Fireproof Telephone, and hot and cold water in every room. First class eal'e service in con­ nection. Free Auto Bus Meets All Trains D. J. MdGillis ,f. (i. Wallace BUFFALO SILL LAID TO REST BY "I (United Press) Denver, Jan. 15.—The west today LiUU: farewell to Colonel William F. Cotly. The moment the body of the I year old boy?" scout hunter was brought to the cap­ ital to lie in state until it rested in the vault to await final burial on the summit of Lookout mountain, all hon­ ors were accorded the departed plains­ man. Governors, school children, cow­ boys and officers were among the thousands who paid tribute. the casket. The funeral procession in the downtown streets was led by city policemen. Behind, on a caisson, rest­ ed the casket. Bringing up the rear of the cortege were 70 cowboys. Two cowboys led Colonel Cody's horse, Mc Kinley, riderless. The plai...

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. — 15 January 1917

FIT Mandan Busineu District Seen* of $20,000 Blaze—Two Frame Structures Destroyed PEERLESS BAKERY AND KONGO BUILDINGS RAZED (lljr a Special Correspondent.) Mandan. N. D., Jan.' 15.—Fii^e break­ ing out in the Peerless bakery at 110 West Main street of which John Mc­ Donald is proprietor, at 5:30 o'clock this morning and spreading to the two-story frame Rice building to the cost, totally destroyed bot structures, causing a loss estimated at approxi­ mately $20,000 with two-thirds insur­ ance. The loss on the bakery, a one-storv structure known as the Ronco block, is estimated at $5,000 on the stock and $5,000 on the building. The loss on the Ilice building, owned by Mrs. M. O. Rice of this city, is placed at $10, 000 Fixtures for the Rosen Clothing store had been recently placed in the building' and are a total loss. They were valued at $200. Work of the fircmon was. seriously hampered by the cold wave which grips this section of the northwest to­ day, thermometers here at 7 o'clock ...

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. — 15 January 1917

T* 1 vous rs {r THE TRIBUNE •ntered at the Poatoffle*. Bismarck, N. D., as Scoond Clan* Hatter. IS8UED EVHRT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADYANCB Dally, by carrier, per month 9 -BO "*r, by mall, per year 4.00 by mall, per year 1.S0 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THE BTATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (EataMlabed II7I) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 houre ending at 12 noon, January 15, 1917: Temperature at 7 a. -21 Temperature at 12 noon -1" Highest yesterday -j* Lowest last night -22 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 8-E Forecast: For North Dakota: Generally fair and continued cold tonight, and Tues­ day. t0 tA"" set rid of such jus- tlcer. The legislature should give the county courts increased jurisdiction and -wipe out police magistrates, jus tices of the peace in cities of the Urst class. Now is the time to eliminate from our system these kangaroo courts. They are a menace to law and order. Intense excitement in Nicaragua: A new president took office, and...

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. — 15 January 1917

S MONDAY, JAN. 15,1917. /?/As SOCIETY Entertain Members of Cast at Dancing Party them. iMr. Adams sang a number of'able to be out yesterday for the first songs and the Elks orchestra furnish- time. Miss McConkey is obliged to ed music for the dance during the first part of the evening. Seldom has a more successful affair, both from an artistic and financial standpoint, been put on in Bismarck. The en- the minstrel, tor their splendid work. Entertains Ashley Guests. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Rosen of the Rose apartments entertained as their guests over Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. L. Rueben of Ashley. 0. E. 8. Meeting. A regular meeting of the Bismarck chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star will be held Tuesday in the Ma­ sonic temple. Mrs. Will in Hospital. Mrs. George Will of Third street en- tered the Bismarck hospital today for, a course of treatment and to undergo a slight operation. To Take a Musical Course. Miss Gertrude Hoffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Hoffman of Avenue C, will ent...

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 January 1917

E |W SCOOP JK&S One hundred and four representa­ tives of the Northern Pacific railroad and boosters for the St. Paul carni­ val invaded Grand Forks Saturday evening and for six hours entertain­ ed the people of this city with street parades and other demonstrations. The -Northern Pacific I'o-piece band and ."4-piece drum corps proved a nov­ elty that has not been enjoyed in Grand Forks for some time. Inci­ dentally, the Northern Pacific car­ nival boosters gave the local carnival impetus. Sunday the city was invaded by the Great Northern Glacier Pari i.Marching club and the Northern Pa­ cific "Coo Coos,'' a glee club, compos­ ed solely of employes fthe Northern Pacific railroad, also boosters for the coming Saintly city winter festivities. NORTHERN LEAGUE MAGNATES IN FARGO (United Press) Fargo, N. D„ Jan. ir..—'The annual business meeting of baseball mag­ nates of the Northern league was lield here today. Directors of clubs at Virginia, Win­ nipeg, Grand Forks. Fort William, Du...

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. — 15 January 1917

tSt' MOlfl^Y.MlLl^m?. No Advertisements Accepted "T. P." 'Till Forbidden MOW FO AWW«I IUW A*. Mi elgMc' «tth aurters or (iHIA ear* Triton* most !M W mnd by l*tt*r addreesed to the ainnber given ln the afi. Trlhun* em not permitted to tell who uj adr*rtlMr Is. M*U or c*nd your «paw*r to tribune No. ——, and tro *111 forward it to the adrerti*er. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Competent girl for~gener al housework. Phone 234. C. R. Classified Ads—Cash in Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. Dairymple. l-13-6t WANTED—Solicitor for newspaper work. Give full details of your ex­ perience. References required. H, Tribune. YOUNG-MEN—For locomotive fire­ men. Experience unnecessary. Ad­ dress Railway, care Tribune. l-13-7t WANTED—Man with references, be tween 28 and 40 years of age, to work by the year, who can do work around hotel, handle horses and milk cows a home for the right man boozers need not apply. $35. a month. A. D. Hitt, Hotel Wilton, Wilton. N. D. l-«-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 January 1917

)&!»&*£'J*i.:'- If. |.j:| 1 $• I "ill ^9 4 II 'iPfF Mf "11 1 A.'C' ii-.-.''^ Inland Cities Find It Hard to Compete Against Centers Enjoying Lower Bates SPOKANE, BISMARCK AND OTHER CITIES SUFFER By Gilson Gardner. Washington, Jan. 15.—Congress has again been asked to grant relief from that form of railway discrimination known as the "long and short haul" rate making. Inland cities object to paying high rates in order that the roads may reduce the rates to coast points, where "water competition must be met." The subject is not a new one. but the present legislative situation is de­ cidedly new. Here are some of the novelties. There is no water competition in car­ rying freight from the Atlantic to the Pacific coasts, because the war has boosted water rates until there is hardly a cargo a year between New York and Seattle. The I. C. C. has officially recognized this fact, but de­ clines to afford any relief. The railroads, as a result of the war, are offered so much business th...

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 January 1917

•-S' il \,*K ». \, The Weather Fair and Warmer. 8ays House Bill No. 44 Most Im­ portant Legislation Now Be* fore Legislature TW" NOBEASON: TURN DOWN APP0INTMENT8. The senate returned to Gover­ nor Frailer late thie afternoon Hit appointments to the board of regents without action. No rea­ sons are stated. Debate was be­ hind closed doors. It became known, however, that the senate refuses to accept Langer's con­ struction of the legality of the present board. Urging the adoption of constitu­ tional amendments which will per­ mit the state to issue and sell bonds for the establishment of public util­ ities, and citing the twine plant as an instance of successful public operation of such utilities, the gov­ ernor this afternoon assured the Fifteenth legislative assembly that the people know a change in the constitution is necessary and that they expect the legislators to carry out their wishes. In full, the gov­ ernor's addtess follows: "Gentlemen of the Senate and House, of Representa...

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. — 16 January 1917

f-iSiK'-v *•,/ y-f* .**•r» :-M-* •'"A.,' K' U1 b« a«l wot S« cha ot« hsi 01 «t uni Ma ani qui Tta TWO i.. ti di ol tt til tb nsik bt r» S It wi 8 TI I whi vlu bat up* Wa. the wot wii 3 "•If v. & Bismarck's Newest Hotel Bismarck, N. D. :$1.00 Telephone, and hot and cold water in every room. First class cafe service in con­ nection. Free Auto Bus Meets All Trains D. J. McGillis J. G. Wallace oratory in so many states, it remained different angles, and lrom each or them it will appear one ot the biggest. V, J^tat® h« mi mi ro to rrf B? wt r«i J* lal tht e» tio or| BMI 1 v. J'.'. The supreme court of the United I States stood in the way. it had planted across the road its famous "original package" decision and there was no getting around that. -"-"Vffl nip per day and upwards. Strictly Fireproof SMS CAN MAKE IT -BONE DEB UW Charles Edward Russell iiWeM-Kinyon Law Knocks Enemy Into Dust ORIGINAL PACKAGE RULING WAS STUMBLING BLOCK By CHARLES EDWARD RUSSELL. 'cerg( After all these (vea...

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 January 1917

fjf :TnxrT?? TUISDAY, -JAR •r apply Fit, Fashion The woman who watches the trend of fashion—looks for Fit, Fashion and Finish. All three qualifications are blended in each of the following mid-winter novelties. AFRICAN BROWN KID BLACK KID, and BLACK KID VAMP WITH LIGHT OR DARK BUCKSKIN TOP You can rely on getting a correct fit in shoes here, inas­ much as an expert fitter, is in charge of our shoe department. BIBLEGQVERrfOR'S PLATFORW DECLARESHE (Coatlflde^Jt^m page one)_ tics for religion ,and-the Bible7 Prohi­ bition of liquor traffic should go hand in-hand with religion, and blend, in the political arena. "The late campaign in Florida has demonstrated the upward tendency of though* in this, state. We exposed ir regularities i^hjs,primary. This prov­ ed the Bibleshould,rbe in •.politics. The strongest law on this subject—strong­ er than state statute or constitution is from one of the ten commandments: 'THOU SHALT NOT STEAL.' "We are going io clean and purify politics in Florida. ...

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 January 1917

4 r,i/' rouE 1 ,« ial t* ex tio or Po agi WC s» chi o* h« at 09 Ml an* qui Th TU wh wh but! "V! »i Wa the'j WO! wai THE TRIBUNE •stand at tta* Postofflee, Blammrck, D., aa 8«oond Class Matter. Wii it 8 rl ha Wl -2 ro to ri w, N. ISSUED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month 9 -(0 Dally, by mall, p«r year 4-00 iWMkly, by mall, par year 1.W Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established XI7S) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 1 noon, Jan. 16, 1917: Temperature at 7:00 a. —14 Temperature at 12:00, noon 8 Highest yesterday 3 Lowest last night —18 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 6—SE Forecast. For North Dakota: Fair tonight and Wednesday, with slowly rising tem-1 perature. perature. Temperatures Calgary 2 Chicago Galveston 38 Helena —10 Moorhead .... —22 Pierre 8 Prince Albert —18 St. Paul —14 SanTraneisco 34 Williston .... —18 Winnipeg —18 ORRIS W. ROBERTS. Meteorologist. In every...

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. — 16 January 1917

i* TUESDAY, JAM. 16, 1917. r| 4 ,-^upthe names of Miss Bolton and iier 1f4nce. hidden in individual .bas­ ket?*^ pink rosebuds, was the novel way Pthe SOCIETY Marriage Unites Two Pioneer Bismarck Families The marriage this afternoon of Miss Pern Mary iReade, only daughter of Deputy State Fire iMarshal and iMrs. {Henry h. Reade, and Roy Perry Lo­ gan, son of Mrs. Austin (Logan, united two of the oldest and best known fam­ ilies of the Capital City. Both the bride and groom were born and reared in this city and are members of the first families of Bismarck. The service was read at 5 o'clock in the living room of the Reade home in Fifth street, by Rev. Bruce E. Jack­ son of the First Baptist church. The Episcopal ring service was used. The ibride, who was given away by her father, wore a gown of white embroid­ ered voile, draped with an overdress of white embroidered organdie,' the hdnd work being done by the bride's mother. She carried a shower bou­ quet of bridal roses and white swee...

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. — 16 January 1917

'n f? "h| "•ir«*f*.',W'm., I t: 0 1 ti ti tl It ii •m it -"O fiW kf te ci ip Je la tn ei tk or nil P« a« 3 ch Of ha O SCOOPpV^P^ I PER CENT III FIVE YEARS Change in Rules Might estore Balance Declares Baseball .' Expert By I'aul 1'iiruian Batting averages for the last six years show the balance between the offensive and defensive sides of base­ ball has been destroyed and the bat­ ting game is steadily losing out. Some managers are recognizing this and would willingly listen to plans to change the rules to restore the balance. If the advantage which the pitcher now holds over the batter is contin­ ued, the .300 hitter may disappear* from baseball. In half a decade batting in the ma­ jor leagues has falleu twenty-one per cent, a tremendous drop when it is considered every ball player in both leagues is considered. The composite batting averages of than one man in four who taccs ,t$e pitcher hits safely. What'fs taking the swat out of base­ ball? What has destroyed the balance be­ twe...

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. — 16 January 1917

TUESDAY, JAN. 1C, 1917, NOW TO AWWtH 1UWH 1M ade MIIMI1 HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Solicitor for newspaper worki Give full details of your ex­ perience. References required. H, 8 E. YOUNG. S .§ For Sale—There are many splen- 3 $ did bargains on my big list of $ farm lands if looking for real $ investments, you ought to In- S vestigate what I have to offer $ "before buying. S S S 8 •/A For Sale—There are no cheaper lots for the money in Bismarck S than those in Riverview Addl tion at from $300.00 to $600.00. $• 8 S S $ S S S We protect our buyers in every way. This addition lays west of Washington avenue and $ south of Avenue A. Don't get $ it confused with other property 4 further away from down town. $• Washington avenue Is only four $ blocks from the postoffice. Am $ sole agent for our lots in River- S view. For Sale—A really good six-room house with bath, furnace, ina pie floors corner lot, conven- 4 $ Jent' to schools brand new. ~?ou will like it If you see it. Only $2,900.00. AGEN...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 16 January 1917

•|i si­ ll 4. :®)®s it pk asaes A'j. J£ t: p4 i/f i' fli SILENT or ww Fact Comes Out That Governor Had Asked Attorney General As To Status PRESENT REGENTS BOARD TO MEET WEDNESDAY While admitting that in bis estima­ tion Attorney General Langer's opin­ ion declaring the offices of members of the board of regents vacant would apply with equal force to members of the board of control, Governor Frazier today declined to discuss possible changes in the latter. It is understood that Saturday's ap­ pointments of successors to present members of the board of regents were made hastily, as, while the governor had had this action in view for some time, he had overlooked the statutory provision requiring that nominations be submitted to the senate for confir­ mation not later than Jan. lf. The press is advised that not until the very hour the governor's sealed mes­ sage went to the senate Saturday aft­ ernoon was the personnel of the new hoard definitely determined. Submits Opinion. Governor Fr...

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. — 17 January 1917

I :rl }i The Weather Pan* and Warmer. Chief Justice and Associate Ex­ change Compliments in You man'8 Re&rgument JURIST INSISTS UPON TRYING CASE ON MERITS Counsel and Member of Bench Disagree on Technical Points of Petition Chief Justice Andrew A. Bruce and Associate Justice James E. Robinson indulged in an open exchange of com­ pliments on the supreme bench this morning during the hearing of the petition of the plaintiffs for a re-hear­ ing in the case of Grant S. Youmans versus ex-Governor Hanna, Secretary of State Hall and other members of a former state banking board. Attorney Francis J. Murphy, for the defendants, was arguing that the court had no jurisdiction in the case, inas­ much as the remittitur remained in the Ward county district court, the jurisdiction going with the remittitur. Associate Justice Robinson here inter­ posed the assertion that he has in­ sisted upon the repossession of aid re* mittitur, but that the chief justice, had held it was not necessary. In re...

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. — 17 January 1917

15 Saracu&e, X.Y.. J&u. 17.—"Jolm Nel­ son, mysterious man and alleged slay­ er, who reads Shakespeare while he await* execution, in a cell at. Tunk hannork, Pa„ has been identified by a /woman as a white rami whoso entire llfe was changed when IT1S f?KlX TURNED BLACK! Such is (he story, at leust. the Pennsylvania board of pardons will hear on Jan. IT from the lips of a' Syracuse woman who keeps her iden­ tity secret. She says "Nelson's" name is Dennic Hermann, and thai she cared for him as a boy. She declares she knows where his relatives are living. "Nelson" has been indicted for the murder of J. M. Sickler of Mill t'ify. Pa. Since his arrest he has shrouded his identity with mystery, except to tell the authorities his right name is not "Nelson." Hermann, according to the story now told, was bom in New Orleans, and brought to New York by his par­ ents when a youth. When his skin began to assume an olive hue. his mother passed him off as a Hebrew, the Syracuse woman asserts...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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