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Adver fc:: MSI SPIRA N O I E SPECIA vertUement it to ran. MISCELLANEOU8 FOR SAliE A Go-cart, In good condition at a bargain. Inquire at 404 Avenue B. FOR SALE—New No. 62 brick set Richmond furnace, one of the best and most economical furnaces made for lignite or any kind of coal. Will heat a large house, school building or church. Never been un packed. Apply to "J" Tribune. FOR SALE—Cheap, the two furnaces under the old M. E. church. See G. L. Gilbert. FEMALE HELP WANTED WANTED—A good housekeper for the Growler's Club. Good wages. Tele phone 166. W WANTED—A girl for general house work in family of three. Mrs. O. H. WF ,710 Fourth street. SALE—HOUSES. FOR SALE—A modern 10-room house on 75-foot corner lot, barn, fine trees. Inquire at 720 Second St. WANTED—TO BUY HOUSES. WANTED—To. buy house. Address livery today. a good six room "R" General De- Dunraven Place. A new and modern boarding house, where the comforts of home will be found. 212 Third street. Gftod Tftrie to Op, GWneyal Joseph E Jonnstoo, the OoM^dW^f^manaer/ uaett to- re •iit&« that Witi$ hdtte^t'part "of 'oneof the early battles of 'the civti- war-he felt li^rcoatt^i8.puJled. Turning about be recognized a young man who bad been employed in his -tobacco factory previous to enlistment "Why are you not in your place flgnt ingT^he general* demanded angrily. "Wiry, I.Jnst waflteito tell you that If you-dDnfc«dnd--I will take my day Off todajyrVH-.^ _^ Both Willing. "H# 8»id he'd rather go.to Jail than pay hia.divorced -wife alimony." "Did she let: hUn gpT* "Yes she.saidshe'd, rather see him mve his money behind the^baro than epend ifroTer tb*^-^Gleveland Plato DealaRr MASONIC. 4 TANCRED COMMANDFRY, No. 1, T. Meets first and third Thursdays in each month at Masonic hall. O. F. Jones, E. M. J. McKenzie recorder. BISMARCK LODGE, No.fi,A. F. & A. M. Meets first and third Mon- vt.: s. BISMARCK CHAPTER, No. 11, meets '",.. first and third Fridays in each 1' month at Masonic hall. Mrs. Agnes -Pr. Cochrane, W. M4 Belle A. Moore, rsecr$a.ry .!• HEIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ST, BiiMO DODGHi 'Nifc 4V. Meets ii each Wednesday evening iin KS' P. "Shall. C. tt. Vigness .C. H. C. ^Fish,Ko R. & S. 3.•!'• &col^ TB: second and, foi "moirth at IC. Oj^BeB^M. E.H-C M. ofcR. RRATEBNAi* IJI deisJ^insujrikEOft* theNfour«i:,T4i*sd foremant McDonaiili Liwff beth Bella mm-i 9. Meets Thursdays each 7 haj&r Mm./Nellie: -JISMARCK CAM?/No. ll«4, M. W #iSA.^' Meets^tlft J«eeMd S ii CAPITAL •CHfif^01BW«BAN6^2, Mjets 4 «very Thursday evening at Odd ^•^•^»V/%"'Xll.':Boyc« ^ecrelary,TJ. '^if^™H.-.-B«B»o* POPULAR CLASSIFIED WANTS rHu.rn.nt. nndar this head will be inserted for ONE CBN* A. WORD nr»t insertion (ONE-HALF CENT A WOR» each Sehnorr, Elgin, 111. "J"*1** FOR RENT—ROOMS. FOR RENT—Suite ot five room flat, 'strictly modern, tTnion Mercantile Co. FOR RENT—Pleasant board, at reasonable Roanoke. rooms with rates, at the FOR RENT—Four unfurnished rooms fdr light housekeeping. Phone 266 for particulars* FOR 8ALE-—HOUSEHOLD GOODS. FOR SALE—Household at 402 Eighth, street goods. Call FOR 8ALE MACHINERY. FOR SALE—25'hourse power Brown ell slide valve steam engine, in first class condition with Garder ner safety governor. Has been run eight months only. A bargain for some one. Apply at Tribune office. FOR SALE—LOTS. FOR SALE—Two good lots in end of town. J. O. Tribune. east FOR SALE—LAND. FOR SALE—S& of section 19-140-85, Morton icounty, $5,000 one-third cash 5 years on balance. A snap in Burleigh county NW% of sec tion 35-141-80, $1,600 $600 cash 5 years on .balance. Address F. A. WMy He. Was Unpopular. When first made bishop. of~Stepney Dr. Winnington Ingram was anything but popular and indeed had• occa sionally to seek police protection. Greatly worried, the bishop tried to trace the cause and found one lady who was- able to enlighten him. "It's your white shirt sir," she said. "We don't want, no white shirted-gen try here. Try a-gray, shirt and a dickey, like our chaps wear on Sun day The. advice tendered, was, promptly acted upon, and thus the present bish op, of London made the first advance toward close friendship with his peo ple.—London Graphic: To 8feep Like e. Top To "sleep like a top" has probably a very different origin from that which appears "Top"'is thought to be a cor ruption of the French taupe, or mole. This interpretation is far more In ac cordance,. with the Idea usually con. veyed-that of a .prolonged, undisturb ed sleep like that of a mole In winter rather, than the shorty, endnrlngc so called "sleep" of a top: when it re volves on its axis with gentle, hum ming sound. at their rooms in the armory on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. George Ward, com mander A. D. Cordner, adjutant. REBEKAHS. NICHOLSON LODGE No. 40. Meets the first and third Saturdays In each month in Odd Fellows hall. days in each month at: Masonic Elsie McDonald, N. G. Mrs. Nellie hall. H. R. Berndt, W. M. Louis Magin, secretary. Evarts, secretary. MACCABEES, K, O. T. M.—Meets every first and third Thursday of each month at 8 o'clock p. m.. at I. O. O. P. hall. Visiting members cordially invited. D. C.,Ramp,» commander Erlck I Ertckson,rewd ^keeper. CANTON. IjOURT BISMAiRCK No. 887. Meets every fourth Thursday in each monthr at Odd Fellows hall. John Ylien Qe. R. WUHanr, Moore. R. I S^r^..:W.,He»ly/ &*%*': •, •-. M.. B. A.--l*Bets:flrtrtand tl|lrdaW«* l^i»d)»#s^HMi*.,ttionth luent .A^^ TuesdjajM^: ^feach mohtbx C«jl «?titzky, "VV^ sf":A. W. CgHUiUm^i gular ship th,e fl mc^y*0gttl|»i director* theyfi mbnOi at Comm' Third street. F, ^ND ACCI ition. Mi Mi JE NO. y^^jiLr^ the^rst'»nd"WW Ft*i| ,m.:i 0. Meets McKcnsieV M. Ws5 Bradley C. KMark»,,,tecorder. JAMES B. McPHMlSON POST NO at M*ennefc- as AUderson, pre» uet^Secretary. BISMARCK iIIB g- oiMfiub m^nbete Tuesday iiK eash Aboard bt of e*«hiKvm rooms. nkl». pr^S- OF CAR Njr 1118. befl" cordi- ally Invited to meet wftn us. Wnt. Gorsucb, president Fred Wesbar mwmre^rdln^^iAcretary. TYPOGHABSIOALI T3W»KJ NO. 140. MMte^flrst .Sunday,^^.in each .month I^o'olock'p a A MWrtaon, ••I presltfwitf Gus: JaoobsoJi}Jsecretary. rfeS. StJ CLEMENS c6URlV47i CATHOLIC ORDER OH*»%H9RE8T- ERft~Mfteta«Terjf second Monday at 8 p. m.,'«5id every fourth Snn- bert invited. Anton Beer, S. Frank JasikowiUk. C. R. ivancethe number of time* an ad- MALE HELP WANTED WANTED—A few reliable men to rep resent us in both North and South Dakota, good contract. For partic ulars, write United Wireless Tele graph Co., 31 Huntington Block, Fargo. WANTED—An experienced specialty man to represent the American Sales Book company of Elmira, N. Y., in North Dakota. Their pro duct consists of the largest and most complete line of duplicating and triplicating sales books, coun ter check, books and salesmen's or der books, on the market. They al so sell the Recapitulates Credit system—the shortest and most ac curate method known for handling credit accounts. The right man can build up a business that will yield a very lucrative income. All pres ent business would be turned over to him. A special Instructor will be furnished at the beginning. applying please furnish references. Address, Sales Manager, American Sales Book Co., Elmira. N. Y. MONEY TO LOAN. MONEY to loan on farm and city property. C. H. Olson, Suite 4, Lu cas block. LOST. LOST—A black pocket book, between the city and penitentiary, contain ing money Finder leave at Grand Pacific hots1 and receive reward. THE MUSTACHE. RidicuUd In England Whan It First Came Into Fashion. The custom' of wearing mustaches did not prevail In France until the reign of Louis Philippe, when it be came obligatory in the whole French army In England the mustache, was worn by hussars after the peace of 1815, and It was not until the close of the Crimean war that English civil ians as well as English soldiers In gen eral wore hair on the Up. Shortry'aftet"the mustache came-to to favor among.- gentlemen Horace Mayhew was passing through an Eng lish country town and was immediate ly,noted and followed by a small army of children, who pointed to his lip and called toutdpristveiy: "He's got..whiskers under his snoutl H«'s gtftnwhlskers under-his snoutr*. Fdr a long time- the mustache was the subject'of raillery, even after, it was becoming common and the fa-: moua caricaturist Leech printed In Punch a picture of.two old fashioned women who, when: they were spoken to by bearded railway-guards, fell on their knees and cried out: "Take alt" that* we have, gentlemen, but spare our lives!"—Westminster Gazette HOMEMADE ICE CREAM. Ffvois It at Lsast a Day Before it Is to Bo Used. "The- best- ice cream la stale leu cream," said the Ice cream manufac turer.- "Idu- never- hear of colic from Ice cream among children-who- have neyer met the homemade article. It is a queer thing, that It would ruin a manufacturer to sell fresh goods, Whereas if you. know it is homemade and just out of. the freezer you will praise it to the skies as being the su perior of anything., manufactured any where. "If you want your homemade-cream to be really good and bealthy make it atleast a day. before you usei Churn it hard, but not too hardy and then pack it away in salted' ice until you are ready to serve It. In this way all the little particles of Ice which make homemade cream so gritty and really harmful' will have disappeared. The cream will sort of absorb' the water that forms the ice, so to speak conse quently your cream will be frozen, not frapped. It is a daring manufacturer who risks bis trade by shipping,cream less than a.week,old. Sometimes I store- my goods In ice as much aa two weeks. That isn!t a bit too long, either* although It-takes a heap of ice." i-NeW York-Press. EW«4ndia» Muslin Tot*. A Madras phystetsA wsasr buying muslin for *:t«ftta!tfni a department store.1'' "Nxme of tWs is fine enough," he ., 4 m^m»--msH^ .. ,..„ .. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING JULY 9, iW». -Jnnsl^tis* spread,. onfj ov«rB«it. lArtbe etythlOfc* dewdrew*w4,.lf ,i*ujis»'irfpructtcaHy identical tdMvjr gasi^sjis»«Hrw^n»jthet»%waMMri i&th^e-wordst If apisrtbtermWf it is discarded and must b»»*o«l «•#4sec on«.^*~Nfew- Otieanjn Ttme^Demo- m,~.'-••*•••'' -M.:'': •. TH» Htlirnai M*toH«M Mrs. G»sip-TBey dtv%ty Vhat: her u»band has rfcqulr^l(J«flarotdrarMla. r^:'%rve^n4: o^^i^mefr^ pse,che«P,cars. :My O GIFT FOR CANNON. Spoakcr of tho Houso Reooivod Stiok of Licorice From Mew Yorkor. One of the meet curious gifts that have ever been received by Speaker Cannon came to him recently from A. :W. Ten Eyck of New York. It was a small stick of licorice inclosed in a common envelope without a word of comment, says a Washington dispatch. TJ&e package lay in the New York post office for ten days because, of insuffi cient postage. It was finally forward ed by Postmaster Morgan and opened by L. Whyte Busbey, the speaker's secretary. The round tube of licorice was exam ined gingerly before it was shown to the speaker in order that its Identity might be fully determined. "It might be a bomb," was the sug gestion made by a visitor to the speak er's room. "No," answered Mr. Cannon. "It was probably sent by some friend to break me of the tobacco habit." Mr. Busbey says that the licorice is one of the strangest bits o* corre spondence he has ever been .called on to answer. Some time ago a match and a piece of bologna sausage were sent to the speaker, but the name of the sender was not given. Choosing a Builder. r. •a'sara- [t^il'V^v^ffine, It ht^sbsiiid^nasAn ,.,.-' Household 'i To mark, table lmen.-r~leave the baby and some jam alon« at the table, for five minnt6S.-^Jadg£ '•:y-f----^--,"-fl,-*'- You cannot WckSv-A*««|(rS?« M%\ The selection of a builder Is quite as Important a matter in putting up a house as the choice of an architect Don't choose the cheapest builder merely because he is cheapest If you accept his bid, find out the reason of the cheapness. Frequently the builder Is a man of little means, and often he operates on borrowed capital. Should the builder become bankrupt or fail to pay for his labor or materials the own er, under the mechanics' laws of most states, becomes liable for the builder's debts. This is true even though the owner has paid the builder for hissignment work. In order to obtain his house free and clear in such a case the own er must meet the builder's obligations. The prudent owner will, of course, pay for his house only as it is constructed. Even then it would be a useful caution to make sure that the builder has paid Ids indebtedness on the bouse. Pay ments are usually made, the builder when the foundations are done, when the frame is up, when the house is closed when the plastering is finished and when the completed house Is turn ed over to the owner.—Circle Magazine. Ancient Caetle, Curious Clock. Bushen castle, Castledown, Isle of Man, is the ancient seat of the kings and lorfo of Man. The castle-1st vert table curiosity both historically and otherwise. The first mention of It dates to the year 1257. It was taken jafter six months' siege in the year ^1815 by Robert the Bruce. The castle 'ls built of limestone and Is not a ruin. Until a few years-ago it was used as a prison. The town clock seen in the castle wall was presented by. Queen Elizabeth in the year-1597. It has only one hand on the dial. This is the hour hand. The minutes-are judged by the position of the hand between the hours. The works of this clock are also a curiosity. The weight at the end of the pendulum is a large stone, and It is driven by a rope colled around a cylinder of wood, with an other, stone at the end of the rope. The clock is still going after its cen turies of service and'is still the. town clock.—Newcastle (England) Chronicle. Necessarydevices wKich, with other typewriters are attached (at an extraprice) or else built as parts of special" ma chineswith onlyone use (at- a more exorbitant price), are inbuilt in NEU MODEL TtPEWMTER A&>that* kind* of work—an* otkecsr-don* b» o*ft"ii«ple typewriter, our ntfakit ctmmpfiadi BALL BEARINGS throughout—typebkr, carriage, segment —all impprtanl friotkmal points made anti-fricdoaal. Tfetr nrfotjfr devices save ypu ther prioe o! attaohmentsicostly things, these attachm«eta),v ^ehuT bearings save work and wear. And thisremjfrJe^rmaahiiHt'costs no more than others whk?h must have expsnsiye attachments to nittk^ odrnprfete, Tol^^^^JFewrtoet-w^oM* fare«ti«»tii»»«»»LCS*irm B*K& WPS*M«Mte*«yfa*»U»ef ^iUfcoutlookme:farthe "Sierfan" mark. fcwsm .: „.': .$**!£** ilttra^i BRO&? TYPEWiatER NO 1«i SOUTH eOam StBX^mSN&A^Q^B, MINNESOTA. a Stallion Services LOGAN'S at A. One Hambletonian Stallion One Messenger Stallion One Shire Stallion $ 1 0 00 Each (First publication June 29.) Notice of Mortgage Sale. Notice is hereby given that tha* certain mortgage executed and de llvered by Charles Glass, mortgagor, to Leoni McMillen. mortgagee, dated the 23rd day of November, 1907, and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the county o* Burleigh and state.of North Dakota, on the 4th day of December, 1907, and recorded in Book "37" at Page 535, and assigned by said mortgage*' to Frank C. Lofland, which said as is dated the 30th day of March, 1908, and filed Sj»r record in the offrce of the register of deeds o" the county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota, on the 28th day of June, 1909, and recorded in Book "28" of Miscellaneous Mortgage Rec ords, at page 586. will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such mort gage, and. hereinafter described, at the front door of the court house in the county of Burleigh and state North Dakota,- at the hour of-10 o'clock a. m., on the 13th day of August, 1909, to satisfy the amount due upon such mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same, are described as follows: The northeast quarter (NE%), of section twenty-one (21), in township one hundred and thirty-eight (138), north, range seventy-six (76), west of the fifth (5), Principal Meridian, lit Burleigh county, North Dakota. There will be due on such mort gage at the date of sale the sum of 11,483.15, besides taxes, if any. Dated at Bismarck, N. D., this 28«h day of June, 1909. FRANK C. LOFLAND, Assignee of said- Mortgagee. COCHRANE & BRADLEY. Attorneys for said Assignee. Superintendent Burnett of the pub lic schools, is in the city looking up a bouse. As soon as he secures one he will bring his family and take up his residence, here. —Geo. McLean, who has been -visit ing with his uncle. Sheriff McGillis, has returned to his home at Winni peg, Canada. That is one secret of the success of this Typewriter. ALWAYS iasifkt Some Inbuilt Features Card Writing, Decimal Tabulating, Condensed Billing, Color Work and Stenciling. Capital and Surplus, $50,000.00 E N E A A N I N Money to Loan on Farm Land Interest Paid en Time Deposits and Savings Aeeounts Hail Bond INSURANCE otmuftw GOMfAKlES P. C. REMINGTON. Agent Office at Merchants Stale Beak TELEPHONE! Z36 I I I I I WACHTBR Dray and Transfer Co. HAY, W O O *ffd IC E Drays furnished far all purposes PACKAOE PEUVBBY OMTTOJMBr G. C. WACHTER •rSM*RCKV «»e I andRetaS. Oceters In Corner Third and Broadway BISMARCK. N.' DAEi 60 YEARS' EXPERIENCE TRACK MAMIS. DESIGNS CO^VRIbHTS A ABfone evedSia sketch aed description me nfciklT ascertain bar opinion free whether si Commnnire on Paten* ng patents. •&-• I) ••,'' Co. recet-# Aliaae^«mWftleeM*e*j^tigr lowest d» as wewsaearere. MfcwMC.D Office.OS UU Wsahtnista. PROFESSIONAL CARDS E. 8. PIERCE County Justice City Justice Notaey Publte Office at Coart Home. itesidence Ptboe to* COMPANY 268. Offlbe hburs 9 \b 11 a.m 2 to 5 'p.. m.- AUGER A LEVERftON, Attorney! at Law, Vint National Bank Block ARTHUR VAN HORN, Arohitsct, Seventh Street, Bismarck, H, Office Pboae SOS Residence i'.l T. R. MOCK1.ER, UMUIS on City Property. Um Rest E«*»ts sad 4**ner -.. Oltmarcfc «Mf mm*** rt. O. T4e wast ads am imporUuat to ye«t wnen some IncWeat "npsets" toe Toattns ia ofll6« or horn*. mm%m. "ar^^.-"