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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 17 February 1917

,4 SATtHtDAY, FEB. U, HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Solicitor for newspaper work, dive full details of your ex perlehce. ReCerences required. H, Tribune. 1-9-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED^Womaiffor general house work. 42fr3ril8t. g4g-6t WANTED—Womansolicitorfor news paper canvassing. II, Tribune. l-»tf WANTED—Competent girl for gener al housework. Apply Mrs. ,W. E. Lalir, 504 Mandan Avenue. 2-l€-6t VVANT^O—^iiri tor general house work. Phone 349, or call 223 Sec­ ond St. .. v.". •ii£ 243-6t WANTED—March io, housekeeper for on farm lady capable of per­ forming duties pertaining to house work (economical and saving) making butter, etc.. only for. farm use for family of three. References required and no children. W. B. Runcy, Sterling, N. D. 2-16-4t WANTED—Women full timeT15: spare time, 25c an hour, selling guaranteed Wear 'Proof hosiery to wearer. Experience unnecessary. Wear 'Proof ills, ^orristown', Pa. 2-17-11 WANTED—At once, ten ladies "to travel, demonstrate and sell well es­ tablished...

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. — 17 February 1917

Ikr: vf:- V, •-.••-• »'i.-r fsfg" •'•, •K-' f- w^Fr--™r *","*" EIGHT I m, W$-' •'p:lm^:: Aria»V,.-.^•'^''•^•:--^r-.*-1»"''s^'V^t»iA!vWVf,.:^ Burl Carr's I, W. W. bill, houne bill 97, refuses to die. After being report­ ed out by the labor committee and recommended for passage in commit­ tee of the whole, the bill, on motion of Peterson of Towner, was referred back to the committee on state af­ fairs, and friends were requested to omit flowers. Representative Carr, who is a member of the state affairs, couldn't see it, however, and he is bringing it out again on a minority report for passage. IN LOCAL HOSPITAL. W. iA. Vesperman of 'Mandan av­ enue has entered the Bismarck hos­ pital for treatment. Elizabeth Argent of iSteele has also entered the same hospital for treatment. W. iF. Gag ner of Stewartsdale, who underwent an operation in the same hospital this week for appendicitis, is recovering nicely. SPEAKS IN NAPOLEON. .Dr. J. 0. Moore of Fifth street gave an address in Napoleon la...

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. — 19 February 1917

fwsjj ,pif A 1 a« wap.--' The Weather Continued Cold. SCENTS PLOT FOSTERED BY "EDBBYISTS" Committee of Five Named to In­ vestigate Alleged Activity With Lawmakers 32 BILLS DISPOSED OF IN BUSY NIGHT SESSION Legislators Work Overtime—Sus­ an's Amendment Recalled' from Premature Grave All lobbyists bad better watch out, for the house of representatives is alert. Saturday evening the house directed a committee consisting of Dupuis, W. Maddock, Fraser, Peter­ son of Towner and Kunkel on lobbyist?) male and female. Revolutions calling for the investi­ gation of the alleged rail lobby were introduced by Sinclair. They set forth the fact that after certain meas­ ures bad been recommended for pas­ sage and had been placed on third reading, they were mysteriously re­ called. Therefore the house resolved: "That a committee of five members of this house be.appointed by the speaker to investigate and take evidence for the purpose of ascertaining if there exists in the city of Bismarck or elsewhe...

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. — 19 February 1917

TWO A* & j, .. i: Travesties Given on Peace Woman Suffrage, and Prohib- 1ition in District "HAZEL JONES" MADE TARGET OF REMARKS Bongs Rang With Spirit of Amer­ icanism and Demonstrations of Loyalty to Wilson (Associated Press) Washington. Feb. 19.—Patriotic fer­ vor stirred participants at tho closing dinner of the season given by the Gridiron club of Washington Satur­ day night with President Wilson, members of the cabinet, and others prominent )n government, and busi­ ness life of the nation as guests. Songs that rang with the spirit of Americanism and demonstrations of loyalty to the president were inter­ spersed with travesties on the peace note leak investigation, woman suf­ frage picket^ at the White House gates,'prohibition for the District of Columbia, California's part in the na­ tional election with Senator-elect Hir­ am Johnson impersonating himsplf and with other satirical allusions to various phases of national life The leak inquiry was caricatured in ed a. the W.) ...

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. — 19 February 1917

I a 1 1 SecretaryBaker. Declares Border Troop Movements Have No Bearing on German Crisis AMERICAN EMBASSY HAS BEEN RE OPENED (Associated Press.) "Washington, Feb. 10.—Coincident with the'reopening of the American embassy in Mexico, the big army of national guardsmen that was on the border on account of bandit activities will be in process of dissolution. Or­ ders were issued by. the war depart­ ment Saturday, directing General Funston to begin (he immediate demo­ bilization of all the guard units re­ maining in border camps, and it. is ex­ pected that the last troop train will be on its way north by 'March ,7. General Funston still will have on the border nearly 50,000 troops, all of the regular army, disposed along the line from Brownsville to Yuma, Ariz., on plans worked out by the general staff. The command "includes all troops which were in iMexico under General .Pershing and their distribu­ tion was carried out under the direc­ tion of General'Eben Swift, wlio was with the Pcrs...

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. — 19 February 1917

1 |»?l tm f'K. '€&' {f" F.m. ^•r &' m?- M&- &%••.* kJijr Wm 1 & A.- mi at the Fostofflo* D., lieoad Ctaas Matter. ISSUED EVEJRT DAT KXCEPT SUNDAY •UB8CBIFTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Mtr, bf carrier, per month 9 .M Diflr, If mall, per year 4.00 IWeeuy. ky mall, per year 1.10 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation •BOD STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (KtUkllsbed 1171) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12:00, lioon, Feb. 10, 1917: Temperature at 7:00 a. Temperature at 12:00, noon 8 Highest yesterday 0 03 12—SE Lowest last night Precipitation r... Highest wind velocity Forecast. For Bismarck and Vicinity: Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday much colder tonight, becoming unsettled again Tuesday. Temperature Calgary 6 Chicago 24 Kansas City 2(1 Moorhead 0 Pierre 4 Prince Albert —18 •St. Paul 0 Winnipeg —30 St. FyOlliS 30 San Francisco 44 Helena 2 El Paso »6 Williston —12 ORRIS \V. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. 'The nRJfcfiBi*®?* heart is the «8 child's schoolroom.—Beec...

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. — 19 February 1917

'wm: .. -1. *0* iX" SOCIETY Univmity Banquet Is ^Attended by 60 Guests Sixty members of the' alumni and former students of the North Dakota university attended the banquet Sat­ urday evening at the Hotel McKenzie, arranged by a committee of the local Alumni members, Harris Robinson, chairman Harriet Spillane, Josephine Hamel, Vernon Sprague, Richard Hutchinson and George McClintock. Chief Justice A. A. 'Bruce presided and filled the role of toastmaster with timely preliminary and introductory talks. The first toast was given by Gov­ ernor Lynn J. Frazier of the class of 1901. He spoke on "The University and the Universe Through the Eyes of a Governor." He was followed toy Iver A. Acker, who spoke on "The University and the World Through the Eyes of a Norseman." Representative J. P. T. O'Connor of Grand, Forks spoke on "The Univer­ sity and the World and the Fullness Thereof Through the 'Eyes of an Irish­ man." Attorney General William ling­ er toasted "The University and the World a...

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. — 19 February 1917

I u&Ji STEWUR REPORTER FINAL Strike or No Strike Every Team to Sign Sufficient Force of Players NOW UP TO PLAYERS TO MAKE NEXT MOVE Cincinnati. Feb. 19—Strike or no strike, every club in the two major leagues will manage to sign suf­ ficient force of first-class players to start the season. August Herrmann, president of the Cincinnati Nationals and chairman of the National Com­ mission. declares. Matter I'p to Flavors The club owners, Herrman said, have made their final offers, and it is now up to the players to make the next move. "The time for argument and explan­ ation has passed," Mr. Herrmann said. "From now on this club as well as every other club in the American and National leagues, will let the players severely alone. They have our terms and the contracts which were duly forwarded to them. It's up to them to make the next move." Sought to Deal Fairly "Ever flince this strike idea of the baseball Slayers' fraternity was agi­ tated we have tried to deal fairly with the pl...

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. — 19 February 1917

«fp. *«JU -'l 'V t' MH )NDA7, IY if, 5 HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Solicitor for newspaper work. Give full details .of your ex­ perience. References required. H, Tribune. l-9-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Woman solicitor for news­ paper canvassing. H, Tribune. 1-9-tf WANTED—Compatent girl for gener­ al housework. Miss Jackson, 601 Cth St. 2-19-6t WANTED—Girl for general house­ work good wages. Phone B65. 2-17-12t WANTED—Competent girl for gener­ al housework. Apply Mrs. AV. E. Lahr, 504 Mandan Avenue. 2-16-6t WANTED—Girl for general house work. Phone 349, or call 223 Sec­ ond St. 2-13-6t WANTED—March Tsi housekeeper for on farm lady capable of per­ forming duties pertaining to house work (economical and saving) making butter, etc.. only for fapn use for family of three. References required and no children. W. E. Runcy, Sterling, N. D. 2-16-4t O. T. OWEN8 A CO. Real Estate, Farm and City Loins. Insurance. The date of our next excursion to Sunny 8jUth4?rtt Texas as advertised on the i$th o...

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. — 19 February 1917

1 vr"'"f. ?-r -::.:V "vf ''H li' -K«:r EIGHT FfflER INS rif Senate Will 81 does not add any new liberties to the North Dakota Sabbath. It simply legalizes those which the bulk of the people always have considered their right. The "Blue 'Laws" which Senate iBill 81 amends and re-enacts, were written into the:'North Dakota statutes when statehood was attained in 1S89. Senate Bill Si's vital clauses read: "All manner of serviie labor on the first day of the week is prohibited, ex­ cepting works of necessity and char­ Allcock PLASTE1 lft« World's Criaiut Extinul Rtmtdji. Rheumatism, Lame Back, —Any Leoal Pain, ta*bfM IfoWat JULCOOCSi Wm •w- am fcii SUITS COATS DRESSES SUNDAY "LID" gftwtf HKfiCnttTO liOfie X© Time. is y-'*' '**%.• \l &Wftvinz Fimsten^ Touch to SuDis.T Meassre BLUE LAWS RKTJC OF OLD MASSACHUSETTS Have Been Generally Written In­ to State Constitutions and Then Allowed to Die Friends of loss rigid Sunday re­ strictions who had feared thai Gover­ nor Frazier. because of ...

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. — 20 February 1917

w$ mxs S* i*, \r- ,• 4 tk h' 1 "f 4 f. 'Vi isrts Continued Cold. BONE FORMER LIFER Carl Olson Left Penitentiary Saturday—Inmates Gather for Farewell SEVEN TIMES BEFORE STATE PARDON BOARD Used to Bother Former Warden Hellstrom Constantly With .Safety 1 Carl Olson, former lifer, inventor of the safety steel rail, is now a free man. After 12 years of penal servitude for murder, Olson left the prison last Saturday evening after taking a pub­ lic farewell of his fellow urates. At its last meeting the retiring par­ don board gave Olson his freedo&, ef­ fective Feb. 17. Farewell For Prisoner. The inmates gathered to take final leave of Olson who was very popular with them. At the request of Warded Talcott, Olson came forwai'd and told the boys of his pardon and the pros­ pects for a useful career "outside." He was roundly applauded and for several minutes held an informal re­ ception. Probably no inmate was known over the state and the northwest bet­ ter than Olson. During Warden Hells...

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. — 20 February 1917

^trrrsta I W-, 0V-.' I#/ I, A.' Itl r, h', t*. 1 4' ft Although It's Contrary to Orders (Captain Welch Say* He Will Not Recall Them BORDER DISCONTENT DUE TO NO ACTION Eighty-Five Members Left at Call to Arms—Sixty-One Have Returned Although tt is contrary to orders, members of Company A will b® Per­ mitted to wear their military over­ coats. Captain A. B. "Welch stated this afternoon he would not allow his men to remain in the cold climate without them. Most of the return ing members have procured wor* either getting their old positions or have be«n given Jobs equally as good. The discontent on. the border among certain members of the state regi­ ment was largely due to the disay pointmem that they were not giveu Hie opportunity to cross the line and lLgbt.fai' Uifl |Minion of Captain Welch. ThdinWljwf went down there with the indention of warfare when the call' tof'ahns came on June 19. last. Real War If Any War. If the Tnited States declares war on Germany or any other nation it w...

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. — 20 February 1917

fl^Psp- TUESDAY, FEB. 20,1917. The-house, Monday, put in a stren­ uous (lay. Fifty-five bills were con­ sidered in committee of the whole, fif­ teen being indefinitely postpopned. A reconsideration will be requested of three indefinitely postponed bills. Among bills indefinitely postponed was H. B. 407, establishing a farm labor employment bureau. The house remained in session from 1 o'clock (Monday afternoon to 10:30 Back Hade Good L. W. Bower, M. D.) VBacjfafhe Of any kind,is often caus­ ed by kidney disorder, which means ..that the kidneys are not working ^properly. Poisonous matter .and uric acid accumulate within the body in great abundance, over-working the csick .Ifldrtkys, hence the congestion of :3u^=nj^uges backache in'the same a similar congestion in. the les headache. You become ^||^HiiS]|Aespondent, sick, feverish, ir [g^till^inave spots appearing before iirop^8| j!ags under the lids, and lack ^vV%tnifttibn to do things. he latest and most effective means of overcoming ...

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. — 20 February 1917

sm^, JaJ rous jj,-» V" „ii t.i $ If .4 Fit? Js- •ir I I »fw THE TRIBUNE html at the PoitoHH Blmnarck, N. D., as Beoond CUM Matter. ISSUED EVERY DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY •UBSCREPTION RATES PATABUI IN ADVANCE Dally, by curler, per month...10 .. t00 wwv&r LH per yew Member Audit Bureau of Circulation XHS STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (EeUbUabed XI7I) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12:00, noon, Feb. 30, 1917: Temperature at 7:00 a. 7 Temperature at 12:00, noon 5 Highest yesterday 7 iLovest last night —10 Precipitation Trace Highest wind velocity 13—SE Forecast. For Eismarck and Vicinity: Snow tonight and Wednesday colder Wed­ nesday. Calgary —10 Chicago 1$ Kansas City 16 iMoorhead —22 Pierre —14 Prince Albert 34 St. Paul 6 Winnipeg vJOP- —28 St. Louis 26 San Francisco 48 Helena 4 El Paso 36 Williston No report ORK1S W. ROBERTS, .Meteorologist. 4 Power is so far from being desirable in itself that it some times ought to bo refused, and sometimes to be resigned.— «6» Oicero. O...

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. — 20 February 1917

.& fJ .£UOI I •ivi'!' TUESDAY, FEB. 20, 1917. Mrs. H. P,. Goddard entertained members of the Monday club yester­ day afternoon at her home in Second street. "Modern American Compos­ ers" was the subject studied and in­ teresting papers on "History of Ameri can jSiifeic" and "Edward MacDowell" 1,''Maturetl the program. Mrs. W. F. i! ,[ B•' 'n the absence of 'Mrs. Vic -^V .'J. .fa Rose. read the paper on of American Music," and -c Wattam discussed!MactDoflr-. ^Il° ell:K 'H'erfVaper was SOCIETY Dr. and Mrs. Roan Give Dancing Party The dancing party given last even­ ing by Dr. and 'Mrs. Martin W. Roan of Avenue A, in Patterson hall, for the nurses o£ the St. Alexius hospital, was one of the most brilliant of the pre-Lenten events. Over 200 guests attended and the hours were from 8:30 to 1. Members of the two clubs, the Monday and Thursday Musical, their "husbands and wives, were among the guests. Traveling in Cuba. Mr. and Mrs. iBurt Finney, a bride and groom of January, who have be...

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. — 20 February 1917

-l 1 ii fti 4 0 ft 1-*"./ •o\ !rv H. 1 if a s. SCOOP RTeHPEO^er &>. r1 I Club Owners at Loss to Know Why Veteran Wants to Dis­ mantle Part of Tliem BUSH AND SCHANG HAVE NOT SIGNED CONTRACTS (UnitedPress.) New York, Feb. 20.—The recent statement of Connie -.Mack that he in­ tended to allow all holdouts, with tlio exception of Amos Strunk, to keep right on holding out, has taken the goat of rival club owners and chased right dowiL to spring training with it. Mack is said to have declared that for their statements the complaining players will be traded or sold to other clutos. jj, jjj "CftfD Owners at Loss. (Sub (ijwjiers in the same circuit wiffi Ijtafclc&md in the National league are co'mpleffily at a loss to under­ stand why Mack should want to dis­ mantle wflQ£ part of a baseball team he still ha.s\. Joe "Btteli and Wally Schang are said to be two of the men who have refused to sign contracts at the tig-j tires ho oilers. With these two rem-J nants of the once powerful i...

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. — 20 February 1917

LIKE HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Solicitor HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTEO—Waman solicitor for news paper canvassing! H. Tribune. 1-9-tf WANTED—Competent girl for gener­ al ..housework. Miss Jackson, 601 6th St. 2-19-6t WANTED—Girl for general house­ work good wages, phone 265. 2-17-12t WANTED—Girl for general house work 219 Third St. 2-19-®t WANTED—Competent girl for gener­ al housework good wages. Apply office Lahr Motor Sales Co. 2-lfll6t WANTED—March 15, housekeeper for on farm lady capable Of per­ forming duties pertaining to house work (economical and saving) making butter, etc.. only for farm use for family of three. References required and no children. W. E Runcy, Sterling, N. P. 2-16-4t D. T. OWENS A CO. Real Estate, Farm and City Loans. Insurance. The data of our next excursion to Sunny Southern Texas as advertised on the,l9th of February, leaving Bis­ marck, has been changed to March 5, leaving Bismarck, and March 6, leav­ ing St. Paul. D. T.'oWENS A Te*?ns, $l,l04 cash and iHtiHea...

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. — 20 February 1917

EIGHT IWh wf f-y 'V t" PULL CREW BILL IT Much Discussed Measure Finally Is Relegated to Discard by Margin of Two Votes WENSTROM S INITIATIVE MEASURES GO BY BOARD Too Lax Construction Dooms Pets of Members From Wells Cal­ endar Halved Hy a vote of 1.1 to 21, Senator Mos tad's full crew bill, S. B. 79, failed to pass the Benate yesterday afternoon, and when the clincher was applied by the same vote, one of the most dis­ cussed measures of the present ses­ sion was permanently lost. Kut two senators, Sandstrom and BUSINESS GIRLS Because it keeps the hands soft and white, the com'plexion fresh an$3ear and the Mif'» live and glossy. CUT1CURA SOAP cleanses, purifies andbeau­ tifies, the Ointment soo th es and heals. Sun, wind and dust ail do their best to ruin the complexions of those subjected lo them. Busi­ ness,girls who must face all kinds if i^atli^Sfind thajt Ctiticura $oeplmucii t^protect their skins looking their best, irftplo each. free. Address post ra," Dept. 13F |&ol(l eve...

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. — 21 February 1917

'tyfch'mr The Weather Continued Cold. LEAVES PORT FOR BLOCKADED ZONE First to Sail for British Ports Since German Warning of Subsea Warfare NAME AND REGISTRY PAINTED ON SIDES Nearly All Other Sailings, How­ ever, Have Been Cancelled by Owners (United Press.) New York, Feb. 21.—The first Am­ erican liner to leave this port since the German warning was issued was the Mongolia, which :has passed San­ dy Hook and Is now well on her way to Europe. She was followed by the freighter, Algonquin. They are both bound for 'London and are the first to sail for British ports since the German warning of unrestricted sub­ marining was issued. Officials were reticent today about the sailing of the Mongolia, refusing. to admit her sail­ ing, even after she had passed out of the harbor. She has her name and registry and the 3tars and stripes painted on both her sides in large letters and stripes. All sailing has been canceled for the American Line. Shippers have been notified to take the freight out ...

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. — 21 February 1917

£}7 I I &>• SffifsW* *f. *Pv •V' TWO FV* & 1 i* 4s* Of If I- j?-- I ii Tr V-" "t Committee to Make Report Press Olnb Spread Event for Tomorrow YOUNG LADIES WILL SING FOR MEMBERS In view of the epidemic for investi­ gations, a select committee of the house and senate has been appointed to make a sleuth hunt of the entire legislature iind to report its findings at the Gridiron banquet, tomorrow evening. The identity of the committee has ibeen kept a profound secret and it is said the members have donned prop­ er disguises and are now at work, a la Hums, among the members and horde of lobbyists who are flocking to the city in pairs, trips and quads, for the undoing of the lawmakers. Mrs. Steele to Sing. Turning from this sordid relation, the management of the Gridiron is very much pleased to announce that it has prevailed upon Mrs. II. II. -Steele to sing a patriotic song at the banquet, which will please all who .have heard-thia talented lady's voice. Other star" attraction...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
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