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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 2 December 1916

SATURDAY, DEC. 2, 1916. Capital City To Hear Mrs. McChmg Capital City women from all walks of Hfe are Interested in {he coming of Mrs. Nellie L. McClung, Canada's not­ ed--authoress and lecturer, who comes to North Dakota for the first time to ghfi a lecture in the Auditorium next Wednesday evening.' Mrs. McClung is internationally known for her great uplift work for the betterirtent of the women and children,-..and wherever she appears, whether it is in the large cities of the east and west or in the smaller ones,-hundreds of people are turned away. Her recent book, "In Times Like These," is gaining quite a place in the literary world, and she is becoming better known through its popularity. Christmas 1916 Your friends can buy anything you can give them— except your pho­ tograph. Open Sundays v. 3 i*§. Make an immediate appoint­ ment Holmboe Studio QUALITY PHOTOGRAPHS PHONE 264 HERE i.+'V' The book is the result of the many re­ quests made to her for a collection of her opinions on...

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. — 2 December 1916

srnnD THE CUB SwUr REPORTER Ke-TfMf ^OU uu' Ras(MU! NORTHERN LEAGUE TAKE OVER TERRITORY OF Re-Organization Will Be Consid­ ered at Leag ue Meeting To Be Held on Monday Fargo, N: D., Dec.. 2.—Reorganiza­ tion of the Northern league on a basis thai will bring Winnipeg, Moosejaw and Brandon, Canada, and JVli not, Grand Forks aril Fargo inlo the'cir­ cuit will be considered at the league meeting to be held in Minneapolis .Monday. John Moll of Winnipeg and Secre­ tary Parrel! of the national commis­ sion have both submitted this scheme to other league directors. It would mark the finish of the finish of the Western Canadian league, the Northern league taking over that territory. Duluth and Superior would be aban­ doned.^. BERNARSIi BOUT Jamestown. N. D„ Dec. 2.—Tony Bernard, the noted South Dakota grap pier, won his match with A1 Otnes, the 'Minnesota pride, here Thursday. Bernard took two. straight, falls, win­ ning the first in 3" minuted with a wrist lock and hammer lock, anil the sec...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 2 December 1916

''•'*'v*•!1*' SAIEVmiy 1IL B. W j|IOW TO AtMWKR BUN* *mn Mr slgMft'irtth or ears Tribune must ba an ffrerad Bp-totter addreaaed to the timber glvra la the ad. Tribune *m tjoj9§ Kit net pemlttei to tell who Snr adwtiaer Is. Mall or send your Sower tp Trlbtme No. and TTO wfll forwaanl ft to the adverttoer. .' Washington Ave., or phone 93 _____ ll-28-12t AT ONCE—Ten ladies to travel, dem­ onstrate and sell well established line to our dealers previous exper ience not necessary good pay'^rail­ road fare paid. Goodrich Drug Co. Dept 481 Omaha, Neb. 12-2-5SDS WANTED—A girl to do house work. Call 20- Ave. A, or phpne 625. Mrs. W. P. Crewe. ll-28-6t WOMEN WANTED—Pull time~$15. spare time 25c an hour, selling guar­ anteed Wear Proof hosiery to wear­ er experience unnecessary enor raous Christmas business. Wear Proof Mills, Norristown, Pa. 12-2-lt WANTED—Cook and dining room girl '"at once. Apply hotel at ColehSr bor, N. D. 12-28-3t HARVEY HARRIS 4 CO. J. P. Jacksew, My. 320 ACRES—Close to to...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 2 December 1916

SWJiss? EIGHT {i KNQWL£S*n°HAN JEWELERS SOPTI CI ANS^ BtSHARCK. N. DAKOTA. taste—in WA TCHES Designs and Estimates Submitted for Exclusive Order Work I Want to Measure You Now! For that Christmas Suit Get your order in early, and give me time to get your over­ coat or suit out in time for Christmas. Large selection of fabrics for your inspection. Styles the Latest. Call in now while you think of it. PRESSING AND CLEANING neatly and promptly 4one, TAIIdR ,J,VV Grand Pacific Hotel The Siege Gun of Motor Cars Memorial by BROS Tomorrow "Their faults we write upon the sand their virtues upon the tablets of love and memory." Such is the keynote of the Elks' an­ nual memorial /service, which will 'be held in the Auditorium tomorrow af­ ternoon, commencing at 3 o'clock. (Following its usual custom, the Bis­ marck lodge fit Elks No. 1199 extend an invitation to the public to attend this servicc in honor of its absent brothers, Marshall H. Jewell, William F. Cochrane and A. W. Eppinger, who "...

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. — 4 December 1916

The Weather Colder Tonight. Washington, Dec. THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR, NO.<p></p>Teutons FINAL SESSION Food Embargo Legislation Center of Interest as Lower House Convenes PRESIDENT S MESSAGE PROBABLY TOMORROW Several New Faces Seen in Senate —Contest on for Floor Leader BABE OF SENATE. Washington, Dee. 4.—W. F. Kirby of Arkansas was tiie baby of the United States senate when it convened for the short session today. He was introduced by Senator Robinson as the man named to fill thje unexpired term of the late Senator Clarke. Ap­ plause from his senatorial col leagues greeted the appearance of the legislative infant. 4 ittepresenta- tlve Fitzgerald and his threatened food embargo legislation was the center of interest when the C4th con­ gress convened for its dying session at noon today. Representative Fitzgerald started the legislative proposals to shatter the high cost of living as congress opened. Representative. Fitzgerald in­ troduced four plans two for food em­ bargoes and ...

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. — 4 December 1916

M: LTV 5* i'fr' WC IB CENT OF PATENT IEDICINES SAID TO BE FAKES Fargo, N. D., Dec. 4—Seventy per rent of the so-called patent medicines or nostrums found on the shelves of the average drug stores are practi­ cally worthless or are simply fakes 'and a means of drawing money from suffering huifaanity without giving any real benefit. That assertion is made by Dr. E. P. Ladd, pure food commissioner and president of the North Dakota Agri­ cultural college, in a bulletin just is­ sued. Big List of Preparations Dr. Ladd lists, in his bulletin, a to­ tal of over 600 preparations, from cough medicines to face powder, and in each instance he reveals the actual ingredients that go to make up the sq called "medicine." which such append­ ed remarks as "fraud," "poison," "harmless," "has no real value," or "Improperly labeled," and a group of others equally indicative of the ac­ tual contents of the nostrum. Americans Easy Victims "Because some man advertises that in far away Africa, South Americ...

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. — 4 December 1916

-m- i: ot /.... "'It Flickertail State Takes LetuPOver All Other Northwestern States 34 *es cent increase Iff POP1JLATIONIS North Dakota, is. camping on. dra­ gon's trail and is now les* than JOO, 000 behin^.that state in population, tile latest estimates of the" United! States" bureau of the census 6hoW. The Flickertail state,. the census bu­ reau gtiegses.riow has 752,260 people,. While Oregon has 848,866. Six yean agio, wheri the-last federal' decennial census was taken, 'North Dakota hatf 577456 peopfe in 141'5, a state cen­ sus gave North Dakota 636,956 peo­ ple the fact that approximately 130, 000 votes were cast in the recent gen­ eral election would indicate that the census department's, present estimate tor North Dakota is quite. conserva­ tive. _,MainUinihg Recent. (North Dakota is maintaining its- rec­ ord for ppeed. In 1860 all of Dakota territory numbered 4,837 people in 1&70, that part of the territory now embraced in North Dakota had a pop­ ulation 2,405 the end !...

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. — 4 December 1916

-St fotm I THE TRIBUNE Eniwc.i.rti imo PostotHce, Bismarck, N. I'.. :i« Sccond Class Matter. ISSUED EVKKV DAY EXCEPT SUNDAT SUBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, by carrier, per month. Dally, by mall, per year Weekly, by mall, per year.... .60 4.00 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THE) STATE'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1*73) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. 'For the 24 hours ending at 12:00, noon, Dec. 4, 1916: Temperature at 7:00 a. m. Temperature at 12:00, noon 'Highest yesterday (Lowest last night Precipitation Highest wind velocity Bismarck Chicago Galveston iMoorhead St. Paul Seattle .. Winnipeg ... SO ... 44 ... €0 .. 29 Trace 28- NW Forecast. For North Dakota: Generally fair and colder tonight and Tuesday fresh westerly winds. I Temperature .... 29 52 66 2$ 34 38 30 Politeness has ibeen well de- 0» fined as benevolence in small things.—Macaulay. CONGRESS OPENS. Pork appropriations probably will concern Congress most at this short session. Little constructive legisla­...

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. — 4 December 1916

[1 i- .* bered a Ryerson. SOCIETY Young Harpist Plays Before High School Miss iMarie McAdoo, the young and talented harpiste, who appeared as one of the soloists with the Midland Lyceum bureau, in an entertainment in-Mandan Saturday evening, and who is a personal friend of Superintendent of Public SchoolB and Mrs. J. M. Mar1 tin, played before the high school 'body this morning. She gave a most varied and. interesting program of hiz numbers, including ^chueker's Con certMazurka, Schuetse's In the Gar­ den, The Rosary, fry Nevin, Zabel's Spinning Song, Humoreske and Juanl ta. The young artiste, who is a grad­ uate of the Oberlin college, Oberlin, O., is a master of her instrument and in her numbers brought out perfectly its wonderfully sweet tones. She owns her harp and personally superintends its transportation. Miss McAdoo is a former pupil of Supt. (Martin, when he was superintendent pf the Hamburg, la., schools. She left this morning for Braddock. where the company plays tonight....

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. — 4 December 1916

^A' ii W crnnD THE cua DtUUr REPORTER THreh Why Not Include Capital City? Reorganization of the Northern league is being considered this after­ noon at a meeting being he'.i in Min­ neapolis. It is propose-.! to bring Winnipeg, iMoosejaiv, HraniUm, Minot, Grand Forks and •fr'argo into the cir­ cuit, abandoning Duluth and Superi­ or. Such a reorganization would mark the linitsh ol' the Western Canadian league. It is very probable that lit­ tle will be accomplished at today's meeting, and that another conference of Northern league heads will be called in the future to air the propo­ sition. Bismarck last year proved loyal to a home team and should make an attempt to get into the Northern league. Jt should enter a fight for the Moosejaw berth. It's light should •ue directed on the ground that Moose jaw is too far distant from Uncle Sam's towns and that the traveling expense would be too heavy. Ois WEEKS MORE Tit. XMrtS C505H-eur THflr fllNT MUCH- o™ such great weather as this, hundreds...

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. — 4 December 1916

virf-'Ji' i1V* MONDAY, DEOCMBtS 4,1916 mmfc •Hi 1 a Writ*, 30 care Tribune. 12-l-6t 'CADIES—If you want to see some­ thing to your advantage, come in aed see the Oxo-Gas producer at work. It will do anything^ coal or wood. IAs clean as electricity. One door south of Palladium on Fifth street. 12-l-St WANTED—Girl tor general house work highest wages. Call at 611 ii Washington Ave., or phone 93, ll.J8.Wt WANTED—A girl to do honse work. fawa tor FOWRENT—Four-room cottage moo era. Phone 600. 12-2-6t foiTBENt—House of 7 rooms mod ern hot' water heat new house. No Advertisements Accented "T.F." 'TiUForbidden Ad*~Cash in Advanced No Ads Aoceptod after Sis O'clock P. N. NOW J© AMBWIlt BUN* AN. vttk miin or Tribes* But te aa» to tatter addressed to Um gttwi In the ad. Tribune »a w4 not pemlttet to tell who •dverttaer la. Man or Mod your wnr to Tribuae No. and rra MU forward it to tho advertlaw. Phone 675. 12-2-3t TLitB ^OBBRNT t. ^OR RENT—Until Feb. 1st, desirable 4-room furnished flat. Phon...

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. — 4 December 1916

W &v If (Su:-3 I'1: ¥, IWV :A-n •mA\ !rvr VAUDEVILLE 1AT1 AUDITORIUM Tomorrow Night CURTAIN 8:30 P. M. Jack and Vera Sensational Leapers and Junipers Talford and Bess Co. Those Two Kids Drexler and Fox Eccentric Street Musicians Robert and Robert %Skelch "A True Friend" Clipper Trio Bits of Fun and Song Zeno, Jorden dnd Zeno Sensational Flying Trapeze Act Moving Pictures 15c 25c, 50c COMING The picture yen have all been Waiting for. in#The Common Law" ... WE WHITE LINE RADIATOR have been appointed Factory Dis­ tributors of the Stearni-Knight Au­ tomobile for the entire southwest quarter of the state. Samples are now on display and we are prepared to close agency contracts. Stearns introduced the Knight motor from Europe five years ago, and its success was instantaneous. In the high grade claw we know of no finer car. The four cylinder models sell at $1450 and the "Eight" at $2150. Imagine for yourself the wonderful performance of a Stearns Eight Motor built on the Knight Sleeve ...

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. — 5 December 1916

The Weather Colder Tonight. THERE MAY BE NO rUEEIIDEREST FOR CONCRESS President.Wilson Appears Before Sixty-Fourth Session for Third Time MUCH UNFINISHED BUSINESS REMAINS Executive-Elect Given Demonstra­ tion As He Appears Upon Rostrum By ROBERT J. BENDER (United Press Staff Correspondent). (Text of ipessage on page four). Washington, Dec. 5—Following the precedent he established when he. first assumed his executive duties in the White House, President Wilson today appeared before a joint session of congress and presonaily outline,d legislation he hopes to have enacted by that body. It was the third time he lias addressed the sixty-fourth con­ gress. Because the makeup of the next house may result in hard sledding for Democratic measures, the president hoped, by his appeal today, to con­ vince this congress of the importance of immediate action on legislation he particularly desires. The executive box in the house gal­ lery was reserved for Mrs. Wilson and other members of the presi...

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. — 5 December 1916

Hf 1,4 Ig &\>t{ J®-™ ,! a? /fl I JEWELERSjfOPTlClAN*' BISMARCK. N. DAKOT* Our Christmas Display Designs and Estimates Submitted for Exclusive Order Work MS. fW HELPED TO MAKE Mrs. Nellie L. McClung, conceded to be one of the foremost women lec turfers of the day, who conies to Bis inarck and will deliver a lecture Wed­ nesday evening in the Auditorium, has si great admirer and supporter in G. H. Garnett of St. Thomas, a mem­ ber of the pardon board, who is spend­ ing the week in the city. /Mr. Garnett has known Mrs. Mc Clung since she came with her broth­ er to Manitoba, Canada, in the early frontier days. In speaking of Mrs. Mc Clung to a Tribune representative this looming, iMr. Garnett said: "She is without doubt the greatest woman lec­ turer of the day and her work in the province of1 .Manitoba, or 'the prairie province/ as Mrs. McClung terms it, has been phenomenal." iMr. Garnett said she first gained recognition when she became inter­ ested in the political conditions o...

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. — 5 December 1916

"..- •i:.''.'- €$ -M"5 ?V WMt. Hf^WKT «", V"-l i,'\- ,-1- k/ +A J- vrf' 4, ..-~t\- ». ,. :i S $ ,«/ Vf."v 'm ,-• -'v.' "*•, ^V" r?si-A-C't 1. **., 41|is 1 LV •'•ii :..,v'V4.-^'j'?» l?Wifi J. v*' r.,. ^'^/I •r^- i*: I f-JSf--i- rh::z£. .'.• 7 a vV '-'fh.ii '^'^'b. Vkrffpla guarantees to you the same hi0 jPfP' ^VJ .{• ~3 -:..'.'-j,i .: v. .. ?». c? ^i ?pi-=- .ftvlv. '..^v." s15*" ^tabushea and recognized in ail products of the Victor Company. there be a Victrola in your home this Christmas? so much pieasilre to every member of the family. Victor dealers everywhere Ask your nearest HIS MASTERS VOICE E S A O .fV'.K.v- r: vrAa .,.. Wm "J :K^ *T&£2' "V -T *.•# i~irtr DAILY TRIBUNE a equipped with all the exclusive Victrola patented features you of tne more than .5000 records listed in the Victor Record catalog I .-j' .sK «aw *CW»X trademark, "Hi* MMttr'B Voicc .: •. /i •it •-ss^:i^: genuine -.*• :./.:S"5 IS 4m, f, .' V" -fyj Vr:'••' %••'•. i'i.-.VfM^I !C.- *-V.

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. — 5 December 1916

jS $' •y I FOUR Ifh jfr "i-f iH uV"' A* ?»,' y" /. *tr I'*-',.* W- vv t»vf THE TRtBUNE Enifixi ,.i mo Postoffice, Bismarck, N. IK. W" tiK Second Class Matter. ISKIJHIl KVKUY DAY KXCEPT SUNDAY SUBSCRIPTION KATES PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Dally, l'.v currier, per month I .60 Dally, by mail, per year J-00 .Weekly, by mail, per year 1.50 Member Audit Bureau of Circulation THE STATIC'S OLDEST NEWSPAPER (Established 1873) LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN. For the 24 hours ending at 12:00, noon, Dcc. 5, 1916: Temperature at 7:00 a. in '23 Temperature at 12, noon 40 Highest yesterday 46 Lowest last night 21 Precipitation None Highest wind velocity ....... 32—2W Forecast. 1 For North Dakota: "Fair tonight and Wednesday not much change in temperature. Temperature Bismarck 21 El Paso 40 Kansas City 46 (Moorhead 24 I'rince Albert 20 St. Paul S2 Seattle 38 Winnipeg 22 The significance of life is doing something.—Carlyle. •, PRESIDENTS MESSAGE. Unfinished business is the chief topic of President Wilson's message....

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. — 5 December 1916

?'.T- mm if '•«••J:'* ^-•••«:.•• fry r:'"r' f- 1 i." 1 !&•. lf«' •r* .1 I« DECEMBER 5,1910. •FRtTHJOF HOLMBOE Photographer PHONE 264 ./V' SOCIETY Monday Club Holds Intenstifig Meeting Mrs. W. P. Cushing was hostess yes­ terday afternoon at her home In First street, to co-members of the Monday club. "iModern American 'Novelists" was the- subject studied, ifrs. J. A. Haney gave an interesting review of Dorothy Canfleld's book, "The. Bent Twig," and MVS. V. J. IaRobo discuss­ ed the modern novelists. The cur­ rent events wclre reviewed by Mrs. W. E. Lahr and the roll call was respond­ ed to by names of faxorite novels. An interesting feature- of the meeting was the singing of Mrs. LaiRose. She gave as her numbers, "June," by Lula Jane Downing, and *'A Lullaby.". The meeting was one of the most interest­ ing of the season and a large repre­ sentation of members attended. The last meeting of the club for 1816 will be held with Mrs. H. S. Dobler, Mon­ day, December 18. Visiting Parent...

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. — 5 December 1916

mm f*''- BEE •i !?j $ v! I If I xj Si' li •4'' I s* /, •f f. SCOOP REPORTER ^0 $5 x- usr ASLlCK FOR otrnN FOUWS NYfSREST&IN R^.DOC IHC?— Tfi Htfrtf QttT OF m/iNtf—! *W5 SetaCan TO-DAY From Your Hardware ©r Grocery Dealer1 RETURNS AFTER VISIT. (I. S. Otis of 'Miles City, who with Mrs. Otiis lias been visiting with iMr. and .Mrs. John Homan of Fourth street, returned Sunday to his home. esaceea l/l Bi?i# VAUDEVILLE NOTED SAIWIOH tRIV 10 SPUIINBE Commissioner Thos. Estill of Chica­ go, who has charge of the Salvation Army operations in the western states of America, will speak at the local barracks tomorrow evening. The commissioner, is a man of wide exper­ ience, having spent years of his life as a Salvation Army officer. Among some' of his recent commands, before coming to the western states, were Japan, South Africa and Hol­ land. where lie had the complete over­ sight of all Army work. The commissioner will be accom­ panied by Colonel Stephen $a1shall, ttie northern provincial ...

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. — 5 December 1916

-z 4. '7 '••f. j. TUESDAY, DJWEttBER5,1016. •~V •Ufa 'JH "'I I_ cr .-U! ita* z-...» :7: L"' .• •V.-'' n-r# dm: .' .U'f Km »vk $$6. jfiii asta.- v/V'i mm ~~Ar »!*•,« TitJ & No Advertisement* Acoepted Classified Ads—Cash in Advance. No AoDepKd titer Six O'clock P. M. ife juom yo AfjewiaauN* Ai* ear* TdboM nut i|. by letter addraeaX f» tfci Stm 1B the id* Trlbiino a» ut pirnum totin am advertiser la. Mail or «ea4jrow Mr Jo TrtboM No. —*vui tra forward It to the adTartjaer. Two bouses (or sale on monthly pay* ments, with a very •mall payment •. down. .. ..... Five housee foir sale oil monthly plat* ments for about $656.06 payment down. \, One boti»e and barn to tirade lor farm property close In. 160 acres of land near Baldwin to trade fdrhouse In Binnarok. Three new Modern buoialowa for sate at prices ranging from 12,500.00 to $3,000,00. Sftrtoot fast front lot and 75 feet cor* i^r lot on 4tb street, for sale, cheap* est lots on street Rivervlew Addition lots at 1300,00 to $600.00 a...

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. — 5 December 1916

..A fe •$$ ite !E! \"t Si CHARGE WIFE IS NEAR DEATH While Jury Being Selected to Try Starkweather His Wife Gives Birth to Baby Boy SELF-DEFENSE WILL BE PLEA OF THE DEFENDANT With his wife lying at death's do/r in a Manda^n hospital after giving birth to a baby boy yesterday, W., C. Starkweather, a young farmer.isfac ing trial at Mandah for the murder of iWilliam Osterman. The case was started late yesterday afternoon before Judge J. M. Hanley. 'Starkweather is being defended by 'John- Sullivan and' Sam Haipern. Ttichnlcal'objections to the maimer in which the information was drawn and motion to set it aside were1 made at the opening of th§ ease. All prelim- Real Mince Pie TWICB AS GOOD AND HALF THE :OST OP BULK MINCE MEAT c™ "LUm Mothtr »S i"fT *'$4 Hoskins •nth* Package— FraitCalw PwMiaga SSdl 0ookl99 IW to Afafe" NONESUCH MINCEMEAI MERRELL40ULE CO., Syrtca^ & T. Wrist Watches We have in stock 24 different grades, styles, shapes and sizes. Elgin or Waltham movement white or gol...

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