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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 November 1916

"'mmm iJr' 4 \h St. R«|ui|i 4* SOCIETY Mrs. Nichols Entertains Neighborhood Club /.. Mrs. C. W. Nichols was hostess Tuesday afternoon at her home in Avenue A to members of the Neigh­ borhood club, composed of twelve of the society matrons of the city. The afternoon wag spent in fancy work and the hours were from 3 o'clock to 5. The club membership is composed of Mrs. T. R. Atkinson, Mrs. W. H. Bodenstab, Mrs. H. S.Dobler, Mrs. Railings,! i^l^:ff.,% fron^y aftd ftrs. Nichpl8. firoiiii Visit. V--- Mr%A. of Main street has returned from an extended visit with friends-and relatives in Denver, Col. kugiMi to Mtet Mrs. Robert Hoorn will be hostess this,evening at her home in fourth Christmas 1916 ft J., Vour friends can buy anything you can give them except your pho­ tograph. Open' Thanksgiving 1 Make an immediate appoint­ ment 8tudio Open Sundays and Thanksgiving Holmboe Studio QUALITV PHOTOGRAPHS PHONE 264 A New Foley Book street, to co-members of tJke Luther league of the Swedish lyUth...

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. — 29 November 1916

|f?--M4 7V iw .•"r~ pi it -..l.'.-t.v.,...,,.,,,, Iwim| IjiK« 1 ^rnoD avUUr REPORTER Gerfl notice tMV A REO-lS'fERE^ urnER 1$ catth' POST OFFICE, FO? ME-r£E:Bt}T zh EXCISES)!, Simon mii we IE Master Gordon Schafer of Stanton is among the Tribune boys who will receive one of the handsome B. C. Light 8 automobiles, given away by The Tribune for new subscribers. Master Gorden has secured the spe cifia. number of subscribers, and al ready ha^ sent to The Tribune a list ft of names with the subscription rates. He was at once forwarded one of the 5: handsome little automobiles which HERE'S The Hub-Mark is your value mark. *^'4- .'• -T :''V *'-".*. TJ,E CUB REtHStEREl TTMUST 0&A 50M£.TfMrA VALUABLE ID ^H£REG*$TERei o= has been the envy of the boys and girls of the Capital City since placed on display at The Tribune office. Many other boys and girls are working hard to secure one of these little beauties before Christmas. IN LOGAN COUNTY. Judge W. L. Nuessle of the district court and Co...

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. — 29 November 1916

.11" fft wiDMtapATv yoy. me., :'rtfr1feh^~-imiliTi^ri^'i 1 a* No Advertisements AooeptM "T. nw xo AN»wiH jiiiii Mbata afeMd wttk nmistn or IMfei^fe. ear* Tribune most be an- nranji by totter fddrewied tb the MaSfir given in thaad. Tribune T& X. 3&A." Center, N. D. Jl-24-0t WAN.TID—Girl forgeneral house work highest wages. Call at1 511 Washington Ave., or phone 93. ll-28-12t WANTFCT—-A "girl to do housp work". Call SO Ave. A, or phone 625. Mrei. W. r, Crewe. .. _ll-28-6t WANTED—Girl for general" house­ work German preferred Phone 543SS.' 11-28-31. WANT ED—Cook and "dining room girl at oice. Apply hotel at Colehar bor, ft. D. WANTED—Girl work. Mrs. O. 265. ?." Tin Classified Ads—Cash In Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. 1 Ma- rare aot permitted to till who rwtiaer la^llall orsMdyoar tMttpr TA TTIIMMM KIX —, ibI P« irM jgnngd it ta.ttMtadrotfaoE. r. z. YOUNO. Two houses for aale on monthly pay ments, with a very small payment down. Five houses for sale on monthly...

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. — 29 November 1916

""If, host I'.i It V" 1! i* a 4? If.- 'f -I I|'"K j? i=ii: *•1 & 1 'I Local Hotel Clerk Holding $100 in Even Wagers on Coming Match of Novak-North NOVAK IS RESTLESS FOR FIRST TIME IN HIS LIFE Milton to Send Delegation to Cap. ital City—Both Men Appear on Mat at 8:30 O'clock Wiiton, N. D., Nov. 29.—More than 25 dyed-in-the-wool wrest­ ling fans of this village plan to leave here today ty automobile for Bismarck to attend the Novak North match. Novak has been seen in several matches here, each time being heavily out­ weighed by his opponent. Inter­ est in the Bismarck card has at­ tracted considerable attention here since the announcement was made. With delegations coming from Wil­ ton upd other points along the line and interest running riot in Bismarck, the- wrestling card this evening be­ tween Joe Novak and B. North of Mi not, is reaching a pinnaclo.Mn betting eircles which has heretofore never beetn touched for an event of this kind in the Capital City. Wagering Started Yeste...

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. — 1 December 1916

I'.' The Weather Fair and Warmer. THIRTY-SIXTH TEAR, MO. 887 DEATH TAKES Ml Chris Eisland, Who Sought Re­ fuge on Bridge Abutment from Train, Dies in Hospital MA1TOAN PAINTER VICTIM OF THANKSGIVING ACCIDENT Attempted To Cross Missouri Bridge Yesterday Afternoon —Sought Safety In an attempt to dodge an on­ coming, passenger train, Chris Eis­ land, a Mandan painter, sought re­ fuge on the south side of the Mis­ souri bridge early yesterday after­ noon by placing his body on an abutment parallel with the tracks, was bumped on the left side by the engine of train No. 8 and toss­ ed 60 feet to1 the ground below, dying several hours later at St. Alexius hospital in this city. The body fell on the Morton county side. EVIDENTLY INTOXICATED The inquest called this morn­ ing in the Lucas undertaking es­ tablishment brought out testi­ mony to the fact that Eisland was intoxicated, that he started from the east end of the bridge to cross, that the train whistled as it neared the structure and t...

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. — 1 December 1916

fe W TWO1 Netos Of North Dakota Story Current, That K. H. Stenvlck, ol Mlnot^ WilF Succeed Burke as United States Treasurer Minot, N. D., Dec. 1—A story is cur­ rent in local political circles that af t'#r March 4 next, E. H. Stenvick, of this city, is to be treasurer of the United States. It i3 stated in con­ nection with this story that John Burke will be appoined to the first acceptable vacancy in the federal ju­ diciary. HOT GREASE FLAKE tP BURNS ABERDEEN WOMAN Aberdeen, S. D., Dec. 1—Mrs. L. W. Hunt, ol' this city, was severely burn­ ed this week when grease, which she had thrown upon the furnace fire, flared up, burning her hands and face. Physicians say she will not be per­ manently scarred. PEMBINA COUNTY FARMER SUCCUMBS TO INJURIES Pembina, N. D„ Dec. 1—J. .\. Pritcbard, fatally crushed in a trac­ tor engine accident several days ago, (lied in the Winnipeg hospital this week. He stepped into the cogs of a traction machine. His legs were ter­ ribly mangled. Amputation follow...

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. — 1 December 1916

j\ •. i' .J* "-.'•\ FRIDAY, DEOBMBIE.I, iv ,\ ,•. {.'. •-'".•••v.\'\ ••. Death Occurred Wednesday Morn­ ing—Funeral Held Today at 2 O'Clock The day before Mrs. George Ritch ey of this city was to celebrate her 30th wedding anniversary, she (an­ swered the call of the Master above, bringing an 'end to weeks of untold suffering. Deacli came not .unexpect­ edly. She passed away in the presence of her family at. 8:16 o'clock Wednesday evening, death being due to a chronic illness, which for/many days puzzled physicians. Miss Anna Amelia* Eger was born in Red Wing, Minn., Aug. 31, 1871. Her family moved to the place where Staiiton is now located and there lived the life .of "pioneers. She, was married to George Washington Ritch ey Nov. 30, 1886. If she had liyed until Thanksgiving day, her death would have ended just 30 years of married life. Mrs. Ritchey was the mother of four children—Gertrude Blanche, Wil­ liam Earl, Ruth Mary and Gladys Vio­ ». lit '5 rCold Relief- la usually found t...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 December 1916

rous THE TRIBUNE Eiutii'fd .n lie Postoffiee, Bismarck, N. O.. us Second Class Matter. 1SSUKD KVICKY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY SURSCHII'TION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE .« .50 4.00 Dally, by carrier, per month. Dally. by inai!, per year j.w Weekly, by mail, per year 1.60 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) LCCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. Temperature at 7:00 a. in 19 Temperature at 12, noon 40 Hirhost yesterday ., 49 1 owest last night 18 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 22—'NW Forecast. For North Dakota: Pair tonight, with wanner in west and central por­ tions Saturday- and Sunday fair, with moderate temperature and fresh southwest winfls. Temperature Bismarck IS Chicago 40 Galveston 56 Helena 30 Kansas City 40 Moorhead 22 Prince Albert 16 St. Paul 48 San Francisco 48 WillUton 22 Winnipeg ................ 22 ORRIS W. 'ROBERTS, 1 Meteorologist. 44« when you know a thing, to hold that you know it and when you do not know a thing, to allow that yon d...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 December 1916

•g* 4 rf, "U •V- FRIDAY, \.k 4 4 (fi II 4 ijl- 1, 1916. SOCIETY Thursday Musia&Chib To Git* Third Recital Tbe Thursday Musical club will give the third of the series of recitals this evening in the home of Dr. and Mrs. M. W. Roan in Avenge A. The program, which will include piano and voice numbers, will be presented by Mrs. William V. Kiebert, soprano Miss Doris Fisk, mezzo soprano W. L. Miller, tenor, and Mrs. Roan and Miss Mabel Wright,, pianists. An es­ pecially fine program has been ar­ ranged by these- members. A number of guests have been invited by the club members. Thanksgiving Guests. The Misses :Margaret Brown, Gladys Sievertson, Karcissa Mandigo and May Swift were entertained over Thanksgiving by iMr. and Mrs. John Swift of Fort Lincoln. Entertaining Montana Guest Mrs. D. F. Otis of Miles City has ar­ rived in the city and is the guest of Miss Bessie Homan of Fourth street. Mrs. Otis will be remembered as Miss Mary Hancock of this city. To Live Here. Miss Lavonne Durd...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 December 1916

8ES SCOOP "OOLLf ELDER THAT STATE THEIR REPORTER IM AWF0U Bu^-eor ITS SUST FjVE Ml MUTES, 31LL 5E£. FOR LIFE JOB Former Captain of Bismarck Team Wedded to Miss Cath­ erine Hamilton LEAVE FOR IOWA TO chosen by 'the capta,„ and the cap- N mmi mmm SOSS-A (jrENTUiMAN OUT HERE, WAHT5A F\V/6 MINUTE. CONVERSE. VA/ITH MAKE HOME By "GILL." Jamestown, X. D„ Dec. 1—'-Dolly" Elder, captain and speedy shortstop of the championship ball club which represented Bismarck during the past summer, signed a life contract in Jamestown yesterday morning. He was united in marriage to Miss Cath­ arine Hamilton, daughter of i.Mr, and Mrs. Dan Hamilton of this city. The ceremony was performed at 10:30 o'clock by the Rov. Father Geraghty. The bride is one of Jamestown's most popular young ladies and her .many friend's have wished her God­ speed in her undertaking to "pilot" the well known diamond artist. "Dolly" is known in practically all sections of the state, for his stellar work while pastiming with the Ja...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 December 1916

FfcteAY, DECEMBER 1, 1910. I HOW J50 AMSWill ear* TflboiM nuat be u* tvapl tyr letter addressed to the •Ufiir given lathe ad. Tribune *m lloni not jpermlltei to toll who Mr'£§Tertlaer ta. Mall or £Md your aaeiir to Trlbim* No. —, and *T at once. Apply hotel MfVtL No Advertisements Accepted "T. ?.•' lEill Forbidden Classified Ads—Cash in Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P, M* 6UNB: A|M. mAin TT# Wffl^fonrerd to the ad*ertk*r. A at Cdlebai^ bor, N.fp. ,' l2-28-3t HARVEY HARRIS A 60. J. P. Jackson, Mgr. 320 ACRES—Close to town, with creek in tooth quarters: gopd soil ve^lme for a man wiihNJtock. A real bargain. 140 ACRES—Good soil lies excep­ tionally well nice groVe of trees not far from a loading.station. A good piece of property that cap be bought at a low price. A large list of houses and lots for sale in ail parts of the, city. HARVEY HARRIS A CO. BOOHS rOEBSRT FOR RENT—Pine room private bathv iXo. 46 Main St, ll-28-9t FOR~RENT—TWO comfortable furn­ ished and heated 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. — 1 December 1916

1 V./v. .. .' it I Forn LE THi .Ta Eld« of repi sun •lair was arir Mn cep o'cl 1 ba ch ta ta hi in tl tf a 3 "sr League Will Go Through C, With Project, tor State S Owned Packing Plant The 'Non-partisan league does not .stand sponsor for the Equity Co-oper­ ative Packing plant to 'be located in •Fargo. In fact, the official organ of the league, the 'Leader, in this wek's Issue, indicates that the league is very much opposed to the Equity plant or any other •which conflicts with the league's program for a state owned and operated plant. Otto O. Hoffman, a Cooperslown member of the Non-partisan league, writes the Leader as the official or­ gan of the league, stating: "We have in our community a party (said to foe from 'Fargo) selling shares in a pack­ ing plant which Is to be located in or near Fargo, the city having donated a tract of 20-0 acres for the location. What 1 would like to ask is this, do you sanction the movement or oppose It? As understand It, the league stands, or lias ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 1 December 1916

v-'Lt J-.' v^' The 'Non-partisan league does not stand sponsor for the Equity Co-oper­ ative Packing plant to be located in Fargo. In fact, the official organ of the league, the leader, in this wek's issue, indicates that the league is very much opposed to the Equity plant or any other which conflicts with the league's program for a state owned and operated plant. Otto O. Hoffman, a Cooperstown member of the Non-partisan league, writes the Leader as the official or­ gan of the league, stating: "We have in our community a party (said to he from 'Fargo) selling shares in a pack­ ing plant which is to be located in or near Fargo, the city having donated a tract of 2W acres for the location. What 1 would like to ask is this, do you sanction the movement or oppose it? As 1 understand it, the league stands, or has »tood, for state owner­ ship of terminal elevators, packing plants, flour mills, etc., ever since its organization. And as a. large major­ ity of the league members in this comm...

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. — 2 December 1916

The Weather Fair and Warmer. IS TO LINE UP Attorney General Asks for Order Determining Membership in High Tribunal SPECIAL COMMISSION SITS TO DETERMINE PROCEDURE District Judges Nuessle, Hanley and Pollock Piece Out Bench for Occasion To determine whether the supremo court of North Dakota, after Monday shall consist of Chief Justice Fisk and and Associate Justices Bruce, Chris tianson, Burke and Goss, or whether the personnel shall be Chief Justice, Bruce and Associate Justices Birdzell, Robinson, Grace and Christianson, At­ torney General Linde on behalf of the people this afternoon made formal ap­ plication for an order calling upon the justices-elect to appear in su­ preme court and show qause why they should take office December 4, as they proclaimed their intention of doing. The application was heard by a spe­ cial supreme court commission con­ sisting of Asociat6 Justices Christian on and Bruce and Ditrict Judges Han­ ley, Nuessle and Pollock. At press time it had not been det...

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. — 2 December 1916

The Weather Fair and Warmer. V', IS TO LINE UP Attorney General Asks for Order Determining Membership in High Tribunal SPECIAL COMMISSION SITS TO DETERMINE PROCEDURE District Judges Nuessle, Hanley and Pollock Piece Out Bench for Occasion To determine whether the supreme court of North Dakota, after Monday shall consist of Chief Justice Fisk and and Associate Justices Bruce, Chris tianson, Burke and Goss, or whether the personnel shall be Chief Justice, Bruce and Associate Justices Birdzell, Robinson, Grace and Christianson, At­ torney General Linde on behalf of the people this afternoon made formal ap­ plication for an order calling upon the justices-elect to appear in su­ preme court and show ause why they should take office December 4, as they proclaimed their intention of doing. The application was heard by a spe­ cial supreme court commission con­ sisting of Asociate Justices Christian on and Bruce and Ditrict Judges Han­ ley, Nuessle and Pollock. At press time it had not been ...

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. — 2 December 1916

§*r TWO tj ^v *v* •••..•'•• MW MOW [A- 1 II »:,t 1 I r- & I .5 .. Most v.e j' woman wants, a nice, dear com- —, pSexion, and tan kavc it at a trifling cost. Constipation in women is increasing to an alarming extent, and this causes poor circulation whicl: accounts for yeiipw. muddy, pimply cpinpltxions wluc! so many women avc trying to overcome. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets is the one depencabic remedy ioi" bad. complexions. Hicy ac.t on the liver and bowels like calomai, yoi have no dangerous aftcr-efFect. They assist nature to. throw off the impurities that get into the blood.Tkey will surely clear up, even the most distress­ ing condition quickly and tone up the entire system, giving a pv.re, fresh, ruddy skin. They are absolutely pure—ea3y to take and correct constipation. They act quick­ ly, cleanse and purify—and make you fee! fine. Start treatment now. Get» box I'rora any drugsisi —10c. and 25c. Netos Of North Dakota H. Starke Elected Worshipful Mas­ ter for Ensuing Year, a...

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. — 2 December 1916

',?• MM IMS EtffiT d. H. Starke Elected Worshipful Mas­ ter for Ensuing Year, and-Hart- well Johnson, Senior Warden. Dickinson, X. D., Dec. 2.—The rfn nual election of officers of the Dickii son Masonic loflge was.held this wee* The officers for the'ensuing year are: Worshipful master, C. H. Starke senior warden, Hartwell Johnson junior warden, J. V. Jessen senior deacon, Roy Henderson junior deac­ on, Ernest L. Peterson senior stew­ ard, C. Heffron, and junior steward, Llewellyn Roquette. (iRANVILLE ORDER EASTERN STAR ELECT YEAR'S HEADS Granville, N. D., Dec. 2—The an­ nual election of officers for the East­ ern Star was held this week with the following officers being elected for the ensuing year: Worthy matron, Mrs. C. B. Burr worthy patron, C. A. Stubbins associate matron, Mrs. P. J. Hunter secretary, Mrs. U. G. Mor­ rison treasurer, Mrs. A. P. Simonson conductress, Mrs. F. O. Bacoti, and as­ sociate conductress, Mrs. W. L. Young. Installation of the officers was held Thursday e...

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. — 2 December 1916

ROSES" CARNATIONS CHRYSANTHEMUMS .. The yW Ev-ery piec» iqiported. Our Stock is small, but selects-New supplies .enroute all the time 3d Street m. R. COCHRAN, Owner CURTAIN 8:80 Jack anil Vera Sensational Leap€rs and Jumpers vATMf ord..ip4,JE^: Co^m jmm Those Two Kids Drexler and Fox •Eccentric Street Musicians Robert and Robert Sketch "A True frfcrtt Clipper Trio Bits of Fun and Song Zeno, Jorden and Zeno Sensational Flying Trapese Act 15c 25c, 50c COMING The picture you have all been waiting for. in The Common Law Car Owners, If storage battery needs good care this winter. We Have Something New" In Winter Battery Storage Come in and See Us FREE INSPECTION ALWAY? Loden's Battery Shop 408 BROADWAY r'V ,-Fresh supply ahvays on hand. RIGHT PRICES 'A Lynn J. Frailer is the choice of 87,638. North Dakotans for governor, a tabulation made from returns of the official county canvassing boards, as reported to the secretary of state, shows. Frazler's Democratic oppon­ ent, MacArthur, receiv...

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. — 2 December 1916

4 .£ -"7 3d Street ROSES I :r CARNATIONS CHRYSANTHEMUMS "v ,Fresh supply always\on hand.1 RIGHT PRICES Ey-cry piece imported. I Our Stock is small, but selects-New supplies enroute all the time Eccentric Street Musicians Robert and Robert Sketch "A True trim Clipper Bits of Fun and Song Zeno, Jorden andjgeno Sensational Flying Trapeze Act Moving Pictures 15c 25c, 50c COMING The picture you have all been waiting for in "The Common Law Car Owners, YW storage battery needs good care this N winter. We Have Something New'' In Winter Battery Storage Come in and See Us FREE INSPECTION ALWATO Loden's Battery 408 BROADWAY 1 Wi R. COCHRAN, Owner CURTAIN 8:80 P. Jack and Vera Leaptrs and Jumpers Talf ord andBess Co, Those Two Kids i'£i Prexleranftl^ ~,r.- .-•» UiV. Lyon J. Fratier is the choice ot 87,638. North Dakotans for governor, a tabulation made from returns of the official county canvassing boards, as reported to the secretary -of state, shows. Frazier's Democratic oppon­ ent, MacArthur...

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. — 2 December 1916

FOUR THE TRIBUNE Enii-ivd .a the Postofflce, Bismarck, N. L„ :im Second Class Matter. ISSUED MVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY BIJBSC11IPTTON RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dolly, by carrier, per month $ .50 Daily, by mai!, per yenr ,. 4.00 Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THE STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. i'or the 24 hours ending at 12:00 51001), Dec. 2, 191C: Temperature at 7:00 a. 27 Temperature at noon 41 Highest. yesterday 52 Lowest, last, night 26 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity 12—E Forecast. For North Dakota: Generally fair tonight and Suriday warmer tonight fresh southerly winds. Temperature Bismarck 26 Chicago 3G Galveston I. 62 Helena 32 Kansas City 40 Moorhea'd 26 Prince Albert 8 St. Paul 28 San Francisco 54 Williston 22 Winnipeg 16 ORRfflS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. {i The greatest of faults is to be conscious of none.—Car «8» lyle. ST. PAUL WISE. Merchants of St. Paul show wis dom in their co-operation wit...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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