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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 25 January 1917

*0 THURSDAY, JANUARY 25,1917 *pw to AWWKW BLtWK D. T. OWENS & CO. Real Estate, Farm and City Loans. ./Insurance.''« n«: •7*4 '"NOTICE. Our next land excursion for San Benito in Sunny Southern Texas will leave Bismarck on train No, 2 at 7:40 p. m., on February 5th. Please write us for particulars before that date. D. T. OWENS & CO. Bismarck, N, Dak. WANTED—HOUSES *j|^N^E,D-—Kttrnished~house of 3 or 0 furnished rooms. Must be heated •.'•well. Write No. 78, cafe Tribune.' 1-23-6t First Nat'I Bank Bldg. Phone 78 $ $ FLATS FOR RENT FOR. RENT—Modern flat. J. K. Dor an. l-20-6t LOST AND FOUND LOST—Gold locket and chain with name "Nora" engraved. Phone 509. l-24-3t FOUND—Keys of all kinds are found ahfl brought to this office. Kindly call and get yours. 1-4-tf SEWING WANTED WANTED—Sewing., by experienced dressmaker 216! Ninth1 St» or 'phone 377L. No Advertisements Accepted "T. F." Till Forbidden Classified Ads—Cash in Advance. 7 Ko Ads AcceptedafterSix O'clock P. M. .M9 ...eie bScm«...

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. — 25 January 1917

i: yy^-.: EIGHT W •f, !s3*-s W- fc NORTHEKN PACIFIC TO BU1L1) BKIDUE OVKK ](EJ East Grand Forks, Minn., Jan. 25— A modern steel span costing approxi­ mately $15,000, will be constructed by the Northern Pacific Railway com­ pany across the Red River, taking the place of the old wooden structure now doing service. JOY COMES DOUBLE FOlt MINNESOTA CAPITAL St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 25—Jubilation that much resembles the joys of the annual outdoor winter sports carnival today greeted the prospect that St. Paul may be selected the site of two terminal elevators. North Dakota, the newspapers here state, seems certain to establish its elevator here and Mon­ tana is also quite likely to establish a terminal elevator here. WELL-DlUliEKS CLOSE MINOT CONVENTION Minot, X. D., Jan. 25—Discussion of ethics among well diggers, and other kindred subjects of interest to the profession of digging wells, today closed the first convention of its kind in the state—a state meeting of the well diggers' associati...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 26 January 1917

v'^ .71'"' -i ..•' The .Weather Colder Merits of 44 Under Fire—Possibil­ ity of Evening Session Seen This Afternoon MACKOFF DECLARES BILL IS "GRANDSTAND PLAY League Approves Act for Per manent Location of State Fair at Fargo Challenging Governor Frazier's hon esty, Representative Divet of Rich land, late this afternoon in a speech before a crowded house, declared that the chief executive had gone before the peopl and urged an orderly re­ vision of the constitution, according to the terms of the present constitu tion. He read from a campaign speech made by Governor Frazier September 18, 1916, in which the governor is re ported to have said: "I expect in the 1917 legislature to consider bills for the submission of constitutional amendments, but they must be first submitted to the people not handled hurriedly we must move cautiously take them up one by one candidly. If endorsed by the people, they must pass a second time." Representative Divet in closing his address said: "Since lie ha...

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. — 26 January 1917

lfe? I b) I*" Srf-- ffWO •4 .'£ rr & Three Hundred Confront Minister •. Engaged in Fight To Close Tenderloin District ASK HIM HOW CURLS CAN LIVE ON LOW WAGES Can't Trust in Cod," They Say, "With Shoes at Ten Dollars a Pair (United Press) San Francisco, Jan. 20.- -The ques* tion thai is as old as time: What shall we do with the Magdalines," to­ day stared Rev. Paul Smith squarely in the face. Smith has been conduct­ ing a campaign to close the tender­ loin districts. Smith was confronted with a his­ tory making situation when .ion wo­ men of the underworld marched to his church aod pleaded for a chance to live. In an address, remarkable for its eloquence, -Mrs. Anna Campbell, leader of the women, presented the cause of downfailen girls. Low wages, she said, are respon­ sible for the lives that, these girls lead. The average wage here for wo­ men is $6.00 or $7.00 a week, Most of these girls are the daughters of poor families, and many of them have mothers and sisters depending up...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 26 January 1917

I, 'V'' v!'-: FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1*17. HOTEL Bismarck's Newest Hotel Bismarck, N. D. r*» $1.00 per 'lay and upwards. Strictly Fireproof Telephone, and hot and cold water in every room. First class cafe service in con­ nection. Free Auto Bus Meets All Trains T). J. McfJillis -T. (J. Wallace SPEAKER AT BELFIELD Annual Banquet and Ball, Social Event of Year, Attended by More Than 150 (Special to the Tribune.) lielfield, X. D., Jan.' 2G.—The annu­ al banquet and ball of the Helfield 'Commercial club—the one big social function of the year here—was held last night, in the Princess theatre, iPlates were laid for 1 r»0. George X. Keniston, secretary of the Bismarck Commercial club, was the speaker of the evening, giving a review of the status of tilings in the legislature. I!e spoke of Iielfield as "Thb City Beautiful,'' and the booster spirit of every member of the club whom he met during his stay in the city. The E'elfield orchestra and band en­ livened both the banquet and the ball. Se...

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. — 26 January 1917

1 TOUR it W. ifjj if gt? '1! I '-yi trt. THE TRIBUNE liUrtd at th« Poatoffle*, Bismarck, N. D„ 8aoond Class Matter. MStJED'rVBRT DAT KXCKPT SUNDAY ioiUchlPTION~RAT Dal It, K8 r.lYABUi IN ADVANCB by carrier, per month 9 .10 Dally, ¥y mall, p«r y«ar J-WJ Wnkly, by mall, per 1.M Mambar Audit Bureau of Circulation THB iTATK'S OI.DKKT NBW8PAFBK (Katafcllshad 1171) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. I'alRiiry Chicago Kansas City 20 Moorlioad 1 —-_»s I'icrro l'rinc«» Albert ... -12 St. Vaul .. IS Wlnnipos —2S M. l.ouis V5 San Francisco 40 llelotia :?2 HI I'aso 2S uillistou 1? 1 OKlilS W KOHKKTS. Meteorologist. T^OVE ON." although he didn't have a penny and had no visible means of getting one. regions. Tho switchman slumbered. The boy hit him ever the head with an Iron weluht. and took his watch and coin. Men picked up the switchman Adams as vice c.uiruian th. later, dead, where he had dragged himself across the tracks Tho tlrst impulse, in a moment of horror, is to condemn the boy—for his act is unpa...

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 January 1917

1 FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1917. SOCIETY SIGN COMMUNICATIONS Editor'* Note: The society ed. Itor has been receiving several anonymous communications pur­ porting to be reports of society events. Some of them were veri­ fied and found to be false. Of course. The Tribune never recog­ nizes anonymous communications. Sources of news are always kept confidential, but friends of the paper who are kind enough to •end us reports by mail should not fail to sign their names. Musical Club Tea Event of Saturday The big event scheduled for Satur­ day afternoon is the musical-tea, to be given by the Thursday Musical club in the home of Mrs. John A. Graham, the president, in Sixtl* street. The club has arranged in connection with the tea a most interesting program of piano and voice numbers, and are endeavoring to make it one of the most successful teas yet given by that organization. A general invitation is extended to anyone desiring to attend and Ihe club members would be glad to have with them the ...

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 January 1917

?•,•: $ I' it- f-T I l& tig 4? ,i 0 I S" I. I 6- h' Cf AAD THE CUB ^vUUr REPORTER 5COOP-VOU "THINK THAT* A 300P BIRD JA*A/6-~H \5 HE ONRETRIEVE?, NOW ^\Y DAWr- WILL. 'W^vmter. THE COLLEGIAN' PAYS TO DOUGHERTY Jamestown College Paper Says Its Ccach Is "Virtually a Steam Engine" in Power HARMONY REIGNED IN THE FOOTBALL RANKS Coach "Rud" Dougherty of Janios lown college, is given a tribute in the current issue of "The Collegian" which states that the "merry coach is virtually a steam engine, full of ginger, force and endurance." "With his team every night," says the article. "Dougherty put enthusi­ asm into it, developed a "battering ram,' and brought from the gridiron 'a team of educated catapults, which successfully broke down the defense of every foe encountered. "Absolute harmony reigned through out the year, which is no common thing among virile, ambitious voting American football aspirants, but here Dougherty ruled and through it won a victory for team and college. ,"As footb...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 26 January 1917

I it !'J rl 2. .. $ $ 3 FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1917. NOW XO flWWM MJW«t AM. Mads signed' wltt maters or1 jfcttla]* ear* Tribune nut be u* •find by letter aHnmd to the tosher liven in the ad. HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—A girl"for general"house work. Apply 'Mrs. T. B. Cayou, 302 Ave. 13. l£5-6t WANTED—Office girl. Xo experi­ ence necessary, but person must be bright and capable. Good chance for advancement to right party. Write 79, care Tribune l-2ii-3t \VANTED~Girl~forlight houseworkT Phone 39&L». Mrs. L. Polsora. WANTED—Girl for general house" work. Phone 265. l-22-6t WANTED—Woman solicitor for news­ paper canvassing. II, Tribune. 1-9-tf D. T. OWENS A CO. Real Estate, Farm and City Loans. Insurance. NOTICE. Our next land excursion for San Benito in Sunny Southern Texas will leave Bismarck on train No. 2 at 7:40 p. m„ on February Btli. Please write MB for particulars before that date. D. T. OWENS & CO. Bismarck, N. Dak. A F. E. YOUNG $ First Nat'I Bank Bldg. Phone 78 FLATS FOR RE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 26 January 1917

RIGHT :tev ". ••V' V*)?! MEETI1C STATE Governor Lynn J. Frazier and Judge Andrew A. Bruce Spoke Last Night POWER OF LEONARD, ELECTED PRESIDENT South Dakota Service Commis­ sioner Says, "This Is Nature's Stock Country" A banquet attended by 100 livestock men and their guests, who were for the most part legislators and state oftl rials, brought the fifteenth annual con­ vention of the North Dakota Live­ stock association to a close last night With Minot, Devils Lake and Fargo bidding for the 1918 meeting, the elec­ tion was left with the executive om mittee. Prominent among the speakers wer® Governor L#an J. Frazier, Judge AnSrw A. Bruce, president L. F. Craw­ ford of the state board of control Alec MacDonald, of Glencoe, retiring president of the association A. E. Chamberlain, service commissioner of the Dakota Farmer F. E. Jackson, far­ mer-banker of Hurley, S. D., and J. A. Power, of Leonard, the newly elected president. Election of Officers. The election of officers bronght the af...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 27 January 1917

£?U The Weather 8now and Colder V*! Si HOUSE BILL 44 BY BICJUIN Floods of Oratory Precede Filial Passage of League's Magna Charta DIVET CHALLENGES FR^ZIER'S PLEDGES Rep. Stair Gives Main Address in Support of Constitutional Re­ vision Measure ROLL CALL. AYES. Arnold, Bailey, Bowman, Brown, Bryant, Byrne, Church, Christen* son, Cole, pettier, Dupuis, Eck ert, Erb, Ferguson, Fraser, Fred erickson, Geiger, Gunhus, Hagan, Haines, Harding, Harris, Hoare, Hoghaug, Keitzman, Kimball, Koller, Kunkel, Kurtz, Lageson, Laird, Liederbaeh, Larson, Cass Larson, Ransom Larson, Stuts­ man Lazier, Lowe, Maddock, Benson Maddock, Mountrail Magnuson, 'Martin, Marshall, Martz, Maxwell, iMees, Miller, Moen, Traill iMyhre, McDonnell, McManus, Nathan, Nims, No'ti. mier, O'Connor, Pembina Oksen dahl, Olson, Bowman Olson, Burke Olson, Eddy Patterson, Peterson, Towner Pleasance, Prater, Quam, Riba, Reishus, Ren auld, Sandbeck, Schick, Schrag, 0 Sinclair, Stair, Storstad, Strom, Wadeson, Walton, Ward, Webe:\ W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 27 January 1917

88* •\A A if 'I -V. 1 fa­ s' r. {TWO Vhr .... I •j .l(jr.r.:,_.-^'^r/,-_.1., .'J..,:.*- r-l" MS RHEUtMTISM Many Doctors Use Musterole §p jnanj^ sufferers liave found relief 5p, ifustcrulc tli it ymi ought to luiy smafl jar ai»l try it. Just spread it mi with the fingcr.. Rul» it in. First you feel a gentle .slow, then a delicious. cooling comfort. Mustemle routs tlio twinijrs. loosens up stiffened joints ami museles. MiisutoIo is a clean, white ointment, made vviili oil «l innsiaril. It penetrate to the stat of pain ami drives it away, ljiit'loe not M:kt the ieiuleret kn. It takes the place of the intissv, old |alUomd nuistard plaster. Musterole is recommended for Chicago." Jtu\. *7.—Peace talk, cou­ pled with the reports of \Y. R. Netting ham. a London writer, which appear­ ed in New York papers this .morning. caused a break o' "I'^ciin JjAy wheat today. July wheat dropped ami, September dropped lViC. For Pile Sufferers ^«Vfc.«truding piles, hemorrhoids and .IU|l»7ectal troubles, i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 27 January 1917

I I SATURDAY, JAN. 27, •Prof. Edwards' extraordinary psych­ ic power, combined with his superior knowledge of psychic forces, enables him to read human life with unerring accuracy from infancy to old age. His powers are wonderful and indis­ putable his advice is reliable, his in­ formation clear, concise and to the point in Love, Courtship, Marriage, Di­ vorce, Sales, Wills, Patents, Journeys, Investment, Speculations, Property, insurance. Mortgages, Oil and 'Mining Claims, etc., etc. Secret Influence. He will teach you now to fascinate anyone you desire how to make your enemies your friends cause a speedy marriage with the one oi your choice. (Power of Control.) The all-wise Creator did not endow you witty high ideals, noble inspira­ tions, desire for happiness and return for that great love-craving within your heart and breast, without at the same time placing within your reach tho means for attaining those desires and wishes. PROF. EDWARDS knows how to control that POWER for your...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 27 January 1917

IT •$£ fr I .?' I THE TRIBUNE art i*be Pwrtflffioe, Shnwcfc, 3N. J„ -m £mud£ CJ*» carrior, j«er nnrattu Mr flMl.. l«ar «W SSfar, Ca4U".r Miii'iagi JCamrttt- jtKtrutiit t0' f.»c f.lvt __ lit* -iiwiur at faunti lime we thins: «8T*HP^".BKT OAT rXOBJT 8TS9tti*T SOTBC3$l$ a30»r ti£TBP_ i4X 2& HOUBE -BILL 46 G02iI APVANGE WmMx, hr mall jw jw 1JC HeeBw -Autlh. JBuroau of C'mmiatii* CBjUEPT KESWaJV&JPJEt CEtrUtiiUaitttf #7S LOCAL W£ATW£S BULLETIW. For tbe 24 intwt ontlin* u' '12 ninn., January 2?, 1YT. T^tujjwuiurt- a* a 11 Jrti#hfc«r yeawmia* iliVV'tsHl ia«f xutfu Higbttft vini vuv/'ji-y Fof«scast .Fur i\trr.L Iflsf-uu- bnvw "lUtiigii' *jnd bunaa.* u'iiwr iiiur.naati: uni. .*,-Oi6er fX'.' ».:mt v. tf:i' jiV'iMl ".uni* jjiwi -rtiio«r tiuiiitay ant bmiiit" High': tefcsi. atrunfr miutiitir-y vmmu tjiui'.iu? W niftr v-eti' bUJltii:'* Tt-illljif H'.U't r-i' irtotirhuai iVrttrrv Jvim* A-hwr St Pau •A\'jnnuAsr Si I/OUit 4jfct Francim-v ,Ki .fawv ... WUJitttw OiiK.1V W I 4!- YA ii .HO&...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 27 January 1917

1 I A «. j. SATURDAY, JAN. 27, 1917. 11 .Pimples, Blackheads, Boils and Poor Complexion Vanish by Using .Stuart's Calcium Wafers. ... Trial Package Mailed Free. A!li!Jyour dreams of a beautiful, clear cohipfexion can be made to come true. It makes no difference how spotted and disfigured your face may be with pimples, blackheads, eczema or Itver spotB, you may reclaim your heritage r.iupi !fi I'ONJi/.: A You'll Dance With Joy to See How Easy and Quick Stuart's Calcium Wafers Clear Your Skin! of good looks. There are thousands of people today whose fresh, clear "•'faces are a living proof that Stuart's Calcium Wafers do cure pimples and cure them to stay, in only a few days. Stuart's Calcium Wafers cure pirn pies and similar eruptions by thor oughly cleansing the blooH of all im purities. "With a pure blood supply, it is simply impossible for a pimple to remain on your face. And the in­ vigorated blood will replace your dead, sallow skin with the glowing colors of a perfect complexio...

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 January 1917

ir'Yitx ir i? j. r. h,~ fe.- 3ai£: SCOOP .. S1IGK TO THE Charges in Spring Training Camps ONLY ONE CLUB TO HIE AWAY TO A NEW CORNSP. New York. .Ian. ^7.—Big league clubs show little disposition to make changes when the time conies for them to start on tho annual spring junket. Seventy per cent of the ma­ jors will be back at the old grounds this year unless Dave Fultz breaks things up by making his threatened strike effective. Only one club in the American league will hie itself to a new spot to take off the rough spots. Wash­ ington will stop this year at Augusta, Ga., instead of Charlottesville, where things have been done for Clarke Griffith's pennant hopes in the past. The National league clubs this year show a more lively disposition. The Cubs, for instance, have given up Flor­ ida and will go all tho way to Pasa­ dena, Cal., to get in the early knocks. In doing this thoy are dumping over the findings of Charles Comiskey, who a long time ago decided California wasn't doing a th...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 27 January 1917

SATURDAY, JAN. 27, 1917. NOW TO A WWW UNM AM Ms •tgMft'iritk natm or car* Tribuno moat fco aa by letter addroiaed to the timber glren in the ad. Tribune lloyoo ar« not permitted to tall who eayadTortloer la. Mall or cand your •unrar to Tribuaa Na and rra •Hi forward it to the advertiser. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—solicitor for newspaper work. Give full details of ydur ex­ perience. HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—A girl for general house work. Apply Mrs. T. B. Caj'ou, 302 Ave. B: l-35-6t WANTED—Girl for work no children. Our next land excursion for San Benito in Sunny Southern Texas will leave Bismarck on train No. 2 at 7:40 p. m., on February 5tb. Please write us for particulars before that date. D. T. OWENS A CO. Biamarck, N. Dak. ROOMS FOB RENT FOR RENT-Two modern furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 1100 Broadway. l-27-4t ROOM AND-BOARD—For two young ladies, in private family, with use of piano. Address P. O. Box 214. FOR RENT—Furnished front room. Phone 621L 320 First_St. l-26-3t FO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 27 January 1917

It 111 •f w-r SIGHT ?r' It •i & uf h*- .' '%..• BLUEBIRD PHOTO-PLAYS E: "N J. WARREN KERRIGAN IN "The Measure ofa Man" 5 Acts of Charm­ ing Live Interest HUTT&JEFF I Tonight ONLY DISMARC THEATRE*1 Adults 15c. (.mlrl. lQc •'f "V'ST- Bismarck,'N.D. Phone 199 Northwestern Distributors #iv'\ (Associated Press Tuseon, Ariz., Jan. 27.—Lying in rocks close to the international line, five miles south of Ruby, Ariz., 40 members of troop E, First Utah cav­ alry, commanded by Lieut. Arms, I were keeping up an incessant fire at I Mexican soldiers across the line to day. Mexicans returned the shots, F-iring kept up during the night uutil this morning, when the cavalrymen in the rocks were relieved b.v a detach­ ment from Avarica, 15 miles distant, where the Utah troops have been sta-1 tioned.. The clash was Tesumed at daylight. None Killed. The Mexican soldiers opened fire on American cowboys who were try ing to round up a herd of cattle on the American side, it is said. The cowboys, alt...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 January 1917

\. ''hfe \i The Weather PAIR AND COLDER 1 RECESS AFTER NO. 44 PASSES CENERAL TALK House Would Like to Adjourn Wednesday Until Tuesday of Next Week SCORES OF PETITION* REACHES SENATE TODAY Leaguers by the Hundred 3om bard Senators With Requests for Action INTRODUCE RESOLUTIONS. Senator Stenmo has introduced a resolution submitting to the people at the general election a constitutional ^mentaw*^ provid­ ing for .t|»e erartj^Jfipti opera­ tion of paclclngatyfiv and cold storage warehouse in -the state of North Dakota. Senator Sandstrom introduced a similar resolution, submitting to the people at the general elec. tion the proposition of erecting and operating one or more flour mills in the state of North Da­ kota- Recess talk is rife in the house. While the senators have had a three-days vacation, the representa­ tives have been grinding away stead­ ily for a full month, and many of them are anxious to get home and look after the cows and chickens. It is now proposed that the house, im...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 January 1917

«,,, ip TIWHV'riv'*1' j. j&V !if la Vrf $, s# TWO tf'f, 3? •jji *-1 1 *-3 ai'.irfiWTO-W( itoi.n Tomorrow CABIRIA IN 12 ACTS ran In Local Hotel POLICE AND SHERIFF MAKE THREE ARRETS Charges made to Stab's Attorney F. E. McCurdy by Knnl Robert sof Braddock that he had be^n swindled out of $l!ift in a poker yam.? on the night of January 24 and would have been the victim of a pool Sat­ urday night after losing several dol­ lars, but for the interruption .V the ceremonies, resulted in th? arros* v/s terday of L. Bales. V. Ame^ .nd IT. V. Hochmaster, strangers. The warrants were, svor:i to by the states attorney. 15.i!es an.I A:nr-s were taken into •custody in town hotel by Sheriff -I. P. Boggart claims to have come to the ty as a stranger, was taken into the ^confidence of the men and in a game played in one of the fashionable ho­ tels on the night of the 24th was vic­ timized out of $1?.0. In the first same, lie alleges, were Aames and Hochmas­ ter, and that the three took a hand in ...

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