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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 27 November 1916

u7^y^vrrv? The! Weather Fair and Warmer. —o- -O-r —o— Villa Will Be Several Days Before It Can Reaofi General Trevino'g Army Vtr, fi -r BRIDGES HAVE BEEN BURNED BY INVADERS Believed Large Foroe Is Massing For Attack on American Border El Paso, Nov. 27—Mexican refu­ gees arriving here in a deplorable condition declare that General Tre •vino has evacuated Chihuahua City and that 40,000 residents are at Villa's mercy. Murder, pillage and rapine and the torch followed the entry, of the bandit chief. The report that Villa controls the city is unconfirmed from other sources. General Gonzales, de facto cpm mander, is hurrying all available sol­ diers north of Chihuahua to tba re­ lief of Trevino. A garrison of 150 Carranza soldiers was withdrawn from San Juan and Buen Ventura. Other small forts were emptied to swell th numbers of the army nlarch ing 16 the relief oj General Trevino. General Mascotts, with 3,000 de facto troops, is marching north of Sahta Rosada' to aid the beleagured garri...

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 November 1916

I frs tew? i. '.,* ,ri I "'f^' ft f^ff f! -i II I" ih 5/ fe •'.ft («n S: S £,:\" .'4 il Man Wlio Started t'iplit ill .Minot 'c{cro District Placed In ('ustody Last Week (Tribune Special Service) 1 Minot, N. D., Nov. 27—Edward Gold­ en is under arrest ou a warrant charging murder in the first degree. The charge grew out of the drunken row at the negro dance in the v^st end of the city a few weeks ago, in which Frank Gregg was killed. Golden, who is a negro, is the man who started the fight. IAMIE6A TO GO ON TRIAL Special Torm of District. Court for Stutsman County Opeueil Today —Jurors Keport Tuesday (By Special Correspondent) Jamestojjui,'X. D., Nov. 27 The [l Bpecial term of district court of the Fifth judicial district, Stutsman coun •j! ty, opened this morning and will con |j tinue through, including the regular j| December term. Judge J. A. Coffey $ will sit thruout the sessions. Today was devoted to the call of 'lithe calendar, The jurors subpoenaed i| will repoH at 9:30 o'cloc...

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 November 1916

-r ''j 'SrW 1*1. R-S jjS Siw 4 1 •£1 A «, \, V* BID That's what you want your guests to say about your Thanksgiving Dinner 'That's what they will'say, if youlftfus iAply your Wants for this ^dinner of Dinners?*' '.x FRUITS STRAWBERRIES PERSIMMONS ALLIGATOR PEARS FOMGRANETS EXTRA FANCY, APPLE8 ORANGES GRAPE FRUIT NEW NAVAL ORANGES MALAGA GRAPES EMPEROR GRAPES VEGETABLES CUCUMBERS CAULIFLOWER TOMATOES RAD­ ISHES ONIONS PARSLEY WATERCRESS BRUSm SPROUTS I :l CELERY HEAD LETTUCE SWEET POTAftfeS PICKLES DILLS SWI»ET MIXED SWEET BULK OLIVES CHEESE PIMENTOS ROQUEFORT EDAN NEW YORK CREAM TASTY KRAFT CAMSMBERT CITRON PEEL ORANGE PEEL LEMON PEEL IMPORTED GLACE CHERRIES CANDIED PINEAPPLE FIGS DROMEDARY DATES PURE HIGH TEST CREAM BROWN & GEIERMANN •t h. ,• CENTRAL MEAT MARKET PHONE 143 Here's your Thanksgiving Turkey—a fine, juicy bird right off the farm—fresh killed—a wonderful feast for the epicure. If you'd rather have other poultry or a steak or a nice juicy roast for your Thanks­ giving...

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 November 1916

I if It 1 I Ii 1 V- i: TFK TRIBUNE .• .Rnii i.-.l .i me Pnstofflce, Bipniarclt, N. me Pnstofflce, Bipniarclt, SECOND C1:jsm Matter. ISSUED KV1JUY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATKS PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Daily, by carrier, per month $ .50 Daily, by inai!, per year «.00 v.'eckly. by mail, per year 1.50 11 ember Audit Eureau of Circulation THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For Ihtt 24 hours ending at 12 noon, November 27, 1 !16: Temperature at 7 a. ra. ... Temperature at 12 noon ... Highest yesterday Lowest last night Precipitation Highest wind velocity .... MUCH BETTER. Steele Ozone: *lfie Bismarck Trib­ une is now an evening paper, which is much more to the sensible. It also .has taken a new Roman title head, and while we shall miss the old line for a lime, the new Roman is far neater and the best ever invented. Villa has lost one of his wives. That old bandit's strength seems to grow right along. SOME DIET. In this time of high cost of living all...

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 November 1916

.• ff- Si I A •)T. ,v "W I Miss Winifred Knudson entertained Saturday evening at her home in Ave­ nue B, at a house party in honor of Miss Olwen Hughes of Aberdeen, S. D., but formerly of this city, apd the young hostess' cousin, Elwin Areman of Huron, S. D. The guests included Philip and George Blank, Paul Doth of New Salem Peter Nelson, James­ town Ralph Hanson. Miss Eva Han­ son, Cecil Pieters of Mandan Joseph Borth, Warder and Franklin Roberts, Paul and Eugene Wachter, Fred Lack,, George Bennett, John Maasen, M&,and Mrs. P. M. Wilson, Miss Flora Harmon, Violet Schroeder. Helen Lu­ cas, Elmira Bartell, Edna Anderson, Geraldine Penwarden, Martha Stribe. Myrtle Green, Eva Bond, Elsie Smith (and May Hinze. The party was also entertained yesterday afternoon at a hayrack ride to Apple creek, where the members enjoyed skating for an hiour. *., *~r To Visit Mother Here. •'Miss Horlense Moore, principal of the Steele high school, will return tfie city this week to spend tli To Visit ...

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 November 1916

if SCOOP i^-| REPORTER THAT TOU rtRE. ^H^CiCO MARRY W ENOUGH T0B6^ VOL)^ DrtDDY Novak-North Card Promises To Be Best Attended Match in City for Years ADVANCE SALE OF SEATS WILL OPEN TOMORROW Both Aspirants Rested Yesterday Only to Resume Training' for Bout Again Today More than 300 wrestling fans of. Bismarck and the surrounding coun­ try are impatiently wailing—are eag­ erly anticipating—the coming of to morrow to devour the advance forty- lately thing. clerks of several .of the leading hotels in IIA Ml/Mini (V Pi)/\*vt •Via a# 1 in the morning. From the spirit of loyalty which has grasped the city since announcement of the match, it is evident that sportdom of Bismarck ,is(going to be there in force to give ""the home "boy" all the support pos­ sible. Both Aspirants Rested Yesterday. Both aspirants to the middle-weight championship' rested yesterday. It was Sunday, of course. Xovak did a little parading on the downtown streets his opponent did jikewise. Both began training again t...

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. — 27 November 1916

sjb .•-.• •-'. Ki iT •ri "A TONDACffoy27, !«*. ", *M:m "A .-v HARVEY HARRIS A CO. J. P. Jackson, Mgr. 320 ACRES—-Close to town, with creek on .both quarters good soil very fine for a man with stock. A real bargain. 160 ACRES—Good "t- ri.'-* No Advertisements Accepted "T. F." 'Tijl Forbidden Classified Adsr—Cash In Advance.' No Ads Accepted after Six O'dock P. M. «0W*0 AMWlft PUN* A* amiAtn or Tribune most be j|ml fty letter aUmied to tke liven in the ad. Tribunetm uw not,jfHB}tte4 to tellwho idwtkcr & Mill or sand jour to Trlbvae No. —, and TTO forward it to tho advertiser. '. soil Jies excep­ tionally' well nice grove of trees not far from a loading station. A j-f good piece of property that can be bought at a low price. A large list of houses and lots for Sale in all partB of the city. HARVEY HARRIS A CO. EOOMTFOE1ENT j(OR RENT—Two comfortuble furn­ ished and heated rooms. 801 4th St. Phone 404K. 11-27-Ct f"bR R1NT—Three modern furnisff ed rooms for light housekeeping. 516 9th...

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. — 27 November 1916

A J' •fA' vv Overstocked on Suits 'PH E warm weather and this time to cut our prices in son to get quick action and Suits Rosen's Garments If ever printers' ink carried a memorable announcement to our friends and patrons, this is it. our entire stock of Suits and Overcoats at below—and this in the face of the fact that advancing prices in dyestuffs and piece goods MAKE THE GARMENTS WORTH 20 TO 25 PER CENT HIGHER than when we purchased them a short time ago. But such considerations we do not weigh. Our fixed merchandise policy is to clear our racks at the close of each selling season-irrespective of past, present or future value of the suits or overcoats hangingupon^em.5i if £0 cf ov%7 "H5 Extra Charges for Alterations -3 rre,pop' m. Striped Flannels and Blue Serges, colors. fancy Suits and overcoats made to sell at $50. now $37 CA worth $60.00~reduced for clearance to Suits and overcoats made to sell at $45.00 now worth $50.00 or $55.00*reduced for: clearance to 'L# worsteds, cassim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 28 November 1916

y.~. j4 Jf A'V rijfo? VTJ^X^i ,»•* a \f\'~ Colder Tonight. Rumanian Roads Blocked Fleeing Men and Women "WE WANT BUCHAREST" SAYS TEUTON WARRIOR German Cavalry Crawls Toward Capital Like Huge Snake (United Press Staff Correspondent.) Headquarters of General von Falk­ enhayn in tjie Transylvanian Alps, NOT. 28, via Berlin and 'Sayvilla wire less.—-"Our task is to destroy the Rou­ manian army and that we are doing as best we can." So spoke Gen. Falkenhayn today, bis brows wrinkled, but his eyes sparkling as be submitted to ques­ tions concerning the victorious prog­ ress of his troops against Roumania. "Our flyers," he continued, "report the Roumanian roads blocked with people and wagons bearing refugees' fleeing from Little Wallachia toward the Alt river. That is the terrible* part of war.. That soldiers should suffer is war, but that women and children should be put to such misery —that is terrible. But it was Rou­ manian choice. Roumijnia played with fire too long—and is now getting...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 28 November 1916

i- 5 .?- I vS I I I "4 I f. Si •. I l"V It 5 I' ft-.. *. tVlvi i^r'.Vr I E' rJ''•»„*• i- j-*C I a SOCIETY Thanksgiving Progrom To Be Given at High School Members of the senior class of the liigh pchool will b.e in charge of the Thanksgiving program which will be presented Wednesday afternoon in the school auditorium. They have se­ cured Gov. L. B. Hanna to make the address and a literary and musical program has also been arranged, and will open at 1:30. The program fol­ lows: Reading—"Lonesomeness" Foley Gerajdine Penwarden. Piano Duet-.' "Poet and Peasant" Wallie Dirlam and Esther Staley. Voice Selected Mrs. H. A. Ross. Address Gov. L. B. Hanna Piano Duet Military March Miss Cornell and Miss Brady. (Blind musicians.) Reading-L"Beyond All Endurance".. Foley Janet Fogerty. (Voices-"When the Dew is Falling".... Schneider "The Little Grey Dove".. Saar Miss Elteabeth Bayliss. (I?,- Visiting in Beach Mrs. J. Henry Newton of-Mandan is in Beach Ihigweekand while there is being entertained ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 28 November 1916

a ••mm v&f* mtsm tl S a N x:,wjt. wMBD&ra i! CARUSO X%! VV: FARRAR ,,^vi /!'*X 4 ,jl? ,WrrV W 3 J' v- y* ', *«... \A fi.-: Vkww: .': •:.-/ 'l* 1 *z'\\h*''- •V KREISLER Vf- a —*_v." «VU4- *-V -...•* X\ A^S ^t'-» '^, ••j^L.J- 5 TgWDAY, JTOV. J8,19t6 i"? BISMABOK DAIL? TWBUM '-.— 1 *a Sr» £••.. :•&: i' *4-h(. i/*if'A -*t' 'J' 'V- A'', ^it^&nU'y :•. ...w^ ^M^y-.:- I *o u.•Pat.OFF becauseit is Caruso Martinelli Mc Cornuack :«f 7*- tm -li kecm^e it is KveisIer-Elmm-P^ell 'Zimbalist because it is Paderewski bceause it ig Hariy L^uder'Nora Bayes because it is Sousa-rryor-Conway-Vessella \ftctors ttd Victrolas *10 to *400 Ask nearest dealer ibr demonstration CQHWBf ^7V^VvT[iStT7o^l/A^l^''.v».^^Z^LZylJ lass ylMVJI• EwS&pg ViGtaraMfS.. -i fT-.Tr rMRnNEUi TETRAZZIM ELMAN ~'r'*''l"00!$ f*-.- '.*•.*: -•••«.- v."V V. .*

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 28 November 1916

ii W' '. I •ywn»*l£- 4 ft 4 THE TRIBUNE Enieii'«l .ii the Pnntofflce, Bismarck, N. L-- is Second Clas9 Matter. ISSUED KVRHY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION' RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Daily, by carrier, per month I *60 Dally, by mai!. per year J.w Weekly, by mail, 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 November 28. 1916: Temperature at 7 a. m. 36 Temperature at 12 noon Highest temperature yesterday ... 29 Lowest last night 28 Precipitation Trace Highest wind velocity 2VSE Forecast: For North North Dakota: General­ ly fair and colder tonight and Wed­ nesday. Temperature Bismarck 28 Chicago 48 Galveston 6* Helena 32 Kansas City 36 Moorhead 20 Prince Albert 16 St. Paul 32 San Francisco 48 Williston 32 Winnipeg 18 ORR'S W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. Every production of genius must be the .production of en-^ 4 thusiasm.—Disraeli. WRONGS RIGHTED. In this country, about all you ne...

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. — 28 November 1916

.sif" b1 ^i 11 mm he "Wasn't That a That's what you want your guests to say about your Thanksgivihg Dinner ghat's what they will say if you let us supply your wants for this "dinner of Dinners." FRUITS STRAWBERRIES PERSIMMONS ALUGATOR PEARS POMGRANETS EXTRA FANCY APPLES ORANGES GRAPE FRUIT NEW NAVAL ORANGES MALAGA GRAPES EMPEROR GRAPES VEGETABLES CUCUMBERS CAULIFLOWER IjBHES ONIONS PARSLEY BRUSSEL SPROUTS CELERY ft & SWEET POTATOES PICKLES DILLS SWEET MIXED SWEET I fcULKOLIVES CHEESE PIMENTOE ROQUEFORT EDAN NEW YORK CREAM TASTY KRAFT CITRON PEEL ORANGE PEEL LiKON PEEL IMPORTED GLACE CHERRIES CANDIED PINEAPPLE BROWN & GEIERMRAffiliM A Delicious Tj/ CENTRAL MEAT MARKET PHONE 143' RAD. LETTUCE t#AM$M?ERT Here's ytar Thanksgiving Turkey—a fine, juicy bird right off fhe farm—fresh killed—a wonderful feast for the epieure. If you'd rather have other poultry or a steak or a nice juicy roast for your Thanks­ giving dinner, we're prepar­ ed to.serve you with the fin­ est. 4 BEEF, POR...

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. — 28 November 1916

vsnc .1" V-f ft .11 Is Eft I I 4 lii SCOOP .'&&% Jorndit 1/ fsm 50N -WERE5 A RlDDLfc. IF- INK COMES FROM INCUBATORS -vAH DO Pencils ewi£ FR.OM£ I0Y ANO MIRTH Oil BILL Six Big Acts Coming to Auditorium Theatre Next Tuesday as Thanks* giving 'Offering. ,- Joy and mirth have the majorities*, on the Tuesday evening vaudeville at­ tractions for the Auditorium, accord­ ing to the announcement made fty the management of the theatre this morning. It's an especiall strong 'booking and might be called the Thanksgiving card. The Deldos will be seen in an elec­ %/0 A KSKlSk, 9W ARROW COLLARS arc ctirve cut to jit die shodks pciftctly. ijceiitscach.bjoryy CLUETT. PEA80DY ttCOHHC^UIitrs LOW ROUND TRIP Home Visitors Fares December 1 to 31 Liberal Stopover and Return Privileges Secure Information and Tickets from W. A. M'DOtyALD, Agent Bismarck A. M. CLELAND General Passenger Agent St. Paul, Minn. St. Paul Outdoor Sports Carnival Jan. 27 to Feb. 3 5 7$ Cold Proof Every year thfs Foot-Schulz...

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. — 28 November 1916

•. j. 'J'l rMa-i&i* If AMWU x«i aii sicnef irttk MMI* am TrI&uae But CT|g^d b» letter addrewedte ni« given to the ad. Tribune mb mi aotpemltted to Ull rliiwtiMr.li. 3- ••C •$:P No Advertisements Accepted "Ti F." Till Forbidden Classified Ad*—Cash in Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock E M. Mad or send Mrs. 8. F. Lambert. 114 Broadway. li-27-3t WANTED—omce gin salary 530 per month to begin with. No experi­ ence necessary, ibut person must be bright and .capable. Good chance for advancement to right iparty. Write Tribune, No. 35. ll-25-3t aac^MBBmi HAltVEY HARRIS 4 CO. I 4. P. Jackson, Mgr. 320 ACRES—Close to town, with creek on both quarters good soil very fine for a man with stock. A real bargain. TM^ACRM—Good soil lies excep­ tionally well nice grove of trees not far from a loading station. 'A good pie# of property that, can be bought at a low price. 4 large list of houses and lots tor sale in all parts of the city. HARVEY HARRIS A CO. BOOHIFOiBnT FOR REftT—Fine room...

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. — 28 November 1916

S&ii fe,j 4,t MANNING GIRLS 1 (:'•.! )'./ Vf ,R' [*v- 'j: I I t'* lv im! Hi *i fL |i £. ii. i" Every flump" Oct a can May from yaw liartwiw ar in* caiyitalir. 1^7", »IIWi» tr. w* nsr^Tw" II'I» M'| FR REGENT MAN RETURNED TO ANSWER COMPLAINT BY WIFE Regent, N. 1)., Nov. 28—Harry Luce was returned to this village last Sat­ urday by the sheriff on a warrant charging him with non-support, of his family. He is uuder $1,000 bonds to appear at the next, term of court. WARD CftUNTY PRESS BOYS MEET AND ELECT OFFICERS Mirtot, N. D„ Nov, 28MV. B. Mc Laughlin of the Kenmare Journal, wis elected president of the Ward Coun­ ty Press association held last week. The other elected was M. J. Pavlik of the Carpio Free Press, as secretary. Both men were re-elected^ TEN-YEAR-OLD SCRANTON BOY DROWNS IN CREEK Scran ton, N. D., Nov. 28—Alfred, the 10-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hanson of this village, was drowned in the waters of Crooked creek last week on the South Dakoita side. His little sist...

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. — 29 November 1916

4 & *4 r. rr J'ki «',, "jiV" The Weathfer Colder-Tonight. SEEN II IIS Cafes and Hotels Plan Big Din­ ners—Union Services in Pres­ byterian Church NO SATURDAY EVENING POST WEATHER SAYS ROBERTS yY ,• ?. /r ••'•. Bank Officials in Statements Re Late Reasons for Prosperity Of Capital City WHAT IS DOING ON THANKSGIVING DAY 9:00 a. m.—Mass at the Catho lie church. 9:00a.m. to 5:00 p. m.—Golf 4» at the Country 4 club. 10:30 a. m.—Union service at Pre«by. church. 12 to 8:00 p. m.—Dinner at the 4» Hotel McKenzie 12.30 to 2:30 p. m.—Dinner at Mr. Shefiard said: The state­ ment whlidH was rendered un­ der date of November 17 shows total deposits of $2,867, 522.30. Resources also make a showing, the present figures being $3,193,514.86. In fact, the report is in every way a very satisfactory one, as, in addition to the growth indi­ cated, there are no redis­ counts and no bills payable. The capital of the First Na­ tional is 100,000 and its sur­ plus and profits, $150,992.66'" The officers a...

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. — 29 November 1916

15 •. 'Mftli 1S 'UVjlLL _:l''" Kf two !t &1 .«• GREAT YEAR IS SEEN IN THIS THANKSGIVING (Continued rrcm- Pags One) for (I "o'clock~diiniievs" It is believed that many will spend the dinner hours at the hotels and tie cafes to dodge the high cost of living rather than prepare the bis holiday meal. Students and Relatives Arrive. Students and relatives began ax-riv­ ing today. The students are for the most part tlio.«e in attendance at the colleges and universities in the state, while'/those at the Chicago and Min­ nesota: universities and other large educational centers will not return until the holiday intermission. With the arrival of relatives and trains packed with home-comers, Eismarck will see many reunions and big din-J iters in its many homes. /Grocery stores and the meat coun­ ters will handle the rush orders up until 10 o'clock this evening. The stores will generally be closed tomor­ row, it was stated by a prominent HIM.- 'V a 5 O Nspreader ever smoke—* pat­ ented Idck ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 November 1916

'•J-, sii- r~: Hearts of Long Island Celery Green iSea Turtle Aux Quenelles Salted Almonds Hot Mince Pie A English Walnut. Cake' McKensie Club Cheese Assorted Fruits fp It is impohant lbr1^ and practical economy for "cveafjr v* jiK '•,•5 housekeeper to ask hersetf tfcis qtoettfonV'?:^: "Do I prefer a purebafcing powder like R6yri,tnacle 6fcre^jilM tartar ideriiredlroffi grapes, cn* am I willing to iise a baking powder made of alum or phosphate, both derived fronMRin^ral sources?"f The names of theningredients printed on the label show whether the kind you arenow using or any brand-new or old, thatmay W7Wffori isagenuine 'Mani of, taiHiir powder^ or merely a phosphate or' aluifi tdmpound. Royal Baking Powder contains no alum ••HOT phOff^tfejt^ftfrji* •?&>••: ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. New York FEATO if BtSlARGK THEATRE "The Golden Chance," a Paramount I picture_.ot atrlkiagjstrength andsplen rdor, has been-secured for Thanksglv- in^.day showing at the Bismarck theater. Its story ...

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. — 29 November 1916

*"!&* fOU* W. 9EE35S tfi I a a .$« 1 & 4 •1 'M & •'I I' 'I--I E •:f I I fl •v'\ 'S 8..- IM '(. I- ft. I )y \k 1 W' M~'. THE TRIBUNF KnU'ind .,t ihe Poxtofflc«, Bismarck, N. I.)., n* -Sccond Class Matter. ISSUED RVHRV DAT KXCEPT SUNDAY SURSCrtlPTlON RATES PATABLE IN ADVANCE Daily, by carrier, per month I .60 Dally, by inai!, per year 4.00 Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THE STATK' 8 OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) LOCAL WEATHED BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12 noon, November 2ft, 1916: Temperature at 7a. 35 Temperature at 12 noon Highest temperature yesterday .. 48 Lowest last night 27 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 25-W Forecast: For North Dakota: Fair tonight and Thursday colder tonight. Temperature Bismarck 27 Chicago 50 Galveston 66 Helena Kansas City 40 Moorhead 24 Prince Albert 20 St. Paul 28 San Francisco 46 Williston 24 Winnipeg 18 ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. LET US GIVE THANKS! We in the United States ha...

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