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FEMALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED—Sewing. Room 22, Da kota Block. WANTED—First class dining room girl. No other need apply. Roan oke Hotel. 0 WANTED—Girl or boy to work lor their board while going to school. Apply 618 Sixth street. WANTED—A good girl for general «, housework. Phone or call for Mr. Robinson, care Lewls-Vidger Co. WANTED—A girl for general house work. Inquire Mrs. Slattery, 508 Eighth street. 10-24-tf WANTED—A girl for general house work Good wages for right girl. Apply Mrs. Chas. Glatt, 710 Sev enth street WANTED—A girl for general houre •work. Apply Mrs. T. R. Atkinson, 223 Second street. WANTED—Two girls for laundry work. Apply Reade and Stevenson, 120 Sixth street. HOUSES WANTSi WANTED—Small, modern furnished house. Give location and price. Address "M" Tribune^ FOR SALE—HARNESS AND BUG GIES. FOR SALE—Two seated pheaten In good condition, to exchange for a new milch cow. H. S. Smith. 10-1-tf WANTED—POTATOES. WANTED—100 bushels of potatoes at the Bismarck Hospital. FOR RENT—Furnished Cottage FOR RENT—A furnished cottage on Fourth street, two blocks from Main street. Can have possession December 1st. All modern. P. C. Remington. FOR SALE—Miscellaneous FOR SALE—Brand new $400 Piano, at a bargain. Inquire at Tribune office. FOR SALE—Fresh cow. Telephone, 303. FOR SALE—Household goods, quire 312 Fourth street. FOR SALE—Fine bay driving mare, buggy and harness. Address Geo P. Burch, Bismarck. FOR RENT—House of four rooms, one block west of Tribune office. Phone 431. FOR SALE—Lots 23 and 24 of block 12, Coffin's addition to Bismarck, for $55 spot cash. Why pay rent •when you can buy good lots for alt most nothing? Who wants these? I They "will be sold quick. Many other good lots at low prices. J. S. Knauss. FOR SALE—Fine, modern res ldenco In the west end of the city. A bargain it taken at once. Address 515 Fhpt St., or phone 296. Hail Bond INSURANCE um Tornado COMPANIES P. c: REMINGTON. Agent Office at MercbanU State Bank TELEPHONB 256 SLATTERY, & CO Whole*ale and Ratal! GROCERIES DMlarato Coai, food, Ice and flrato Corner Third and Broadway BISMARCK, N. DAK, P. C. Remington. President Walter Graham. E. P. Quain. VicePre*ident J.A.Graham. Aaa't. Caapia* Cashier BANK Caoftaf and Surplus. $50,000.00 E N E A A N I N Money to Loan on Farm Land Interest P»l* Tlmn OspoaUs an* Savings Aooounts Popular Classified Wants! Advertisements under this head will be Inserted for ONE CENT A WORD first Insertion (ONE-HALF CENT A WORD each consecutive Insertion, if paid in advance.) No publica tion for less then 15c. Cash must accompany out of town or ders. Advertisements in these col umns having letters or numbers MU8T he answered through cor respondence. SPECIAL NOTICE—When pos sible, we advise advertisers in this department to specify in advance and number of times an advertisement is to run. ARTISTIC PRINTING. PRINTING—The Bismarck Tribune pays the highest wages to the best artists—and job printing is now an art—which is the reason why the Tribune work has a trade-mark of excellence that is distinctive. The character of the man and the busi ness In this up-to-date age is indicated hy the stationery used. MALE HELP WANTED WANTED—Man to work on farm. Ap ply Hillside Dairy. Phone 4Q8M. FOR RENT—BARNS. FOR RENT—Two barns. 400 Seventh street. Inquire at MISCELLANEOUS PIANO TUNING—J. M. Ward. 281, Blgmarctc, N. D. In- Phone TABLE BOARD. TABLE BOARD—313 Fourth street, Bismarck. LOST. LOST—A -white Cameo ring. Finder return to 505 Front street and re ceive reward, LOST—Persian scarf Monday night, between Gem theatre and Roanoke betel..-Finder, teturn.to. Mm Welch, Roanoke (hotel, and receive reward. LOST—Pocketbook and check book, between Logan's and DaJhl's cloth ing store. Finder return to police headquarters and receive reward. WANTED—POSITION. WANTED—Position by good sized boy 'while going to school. Address L. care Tribune. Oaf Ploii—50 Night PiOM-543 65 LictBst. Esbateir in Charge Webb Bros. Mati S eeeeeeee^e E FIELD Furniture and Undertaking LICENSED EMBALMER A O N I Mala a TMri St.. Blamareh FOR RENT— ROOMS. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room. 400 Fourth street. 10-1-tf FOR RENT—One modern furnished room. Aipply First and Rosser Sts., or "phone 444. FOR RENT—Two rooms in new mod ern house. Phone 148. FOR RENT—One furnished room. J. E. Perry, 709 Sixth street, or E. G. Field's store. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with board for gentleman. Apply 313 Fourth street. FOR RENT—One large room with board, at Mrs. Jones, FourCh street and Avenue A. FOR RENT—Pleasant rooms with board, at .'easonable rates, at the Roanoke. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms in a modern new house. 622 Eighth street. Phone 367. FOR RENT—Furnished room, mod ern. 516 Ninth street. FOR RENT—A furnished, modern room, suitable for two. 312 Eighth street. Phone 346L. FOR RENT—Furnished room, mod ern. Inquire 512 Avenue B. 10-6-tf FOR RENT—Rooms for housekeeping. Inquire Dakota Block. FOR RENT—Offlice room over Dahl's Clothing store. Phone 490. FGR RENT—HOUSES. FOR RENT—House near down town. iF. E. Young. ADVERTISING. WANT ADS IN THE TRIBUNE WILL BRING RESULTS That was a telling hanger the business man hung up in his office—"If you want to know who is boss around here, start something." With like em phasis it may he declared that "if you want results, use the Bismarck Tribune "Want" column. ROOMS WANTED. WANTED TO RENT—3 or 4 rooms, furnished for light housekeeping. Phone 68. HISTORICAL. WANTED—You to send us Pioneer Letters, Stories, Diaries, old books of North Dakota and Canada his tory, lists of Black Hills stage driv ers and bush whackers, Indian rel ics, etc. State Historical Society, Bismarck. N. D. FOR SALE—CELERY. Fresh home grown celery delivered to any part of the city in quantities not less than one dozen, at 75c a dozen. Reduction made in large quantities. John W. Millett. WANTED—ABSTRACTER. Wanted—Gool experienced Abstrac ter of not less than six months to a year's experience, at once. Must be absolutely reliable and able to take charge of absthact office and furnish bona. Boozers and cigar ette fiends need not apply. Address i='-'-K?W BJBJBSSSSSBaBSaaBSM**BlBBBBBBVaMaia^^BBV^^^HMHi^H^^^^^^^M •. ,r*"v. Dakota Abstract & Title Co., Wash burn, N. WANTED—MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED Experienced calendar salesman at once for North and South Dakota. Commence work Jan. 1st. Good line and liberal commission. Hammond Printing Co., Fremont, Neb. WANTED—To employ an active man or will allow an Interest in a good business opening. A man that has some knowledge of coal mining pre ferred. Address D. K. J., Box 437, Bismarck. WANTED—Anyone having moving Picture Films and Slides for sale, I. will buy same. Take all pay cash. Phone, call or address Lew Crawford, Tuesday and Wednes day any time after 9 a. m., at Soo Hotel. 3USINESS CHANCES. THE JHNORMOUS INCREASING de mand for our staple new money saving products necessitates our opening a distributing office in ev ery good county. We desire a res ident manager with small amount of capital to carry enough stock to supply the largg demands created among business men, farmers, etc. Will ipay liberal salary, expenses, and share in the proflts. No can vassing position permanent. Send references. Liberty Mfg. Associa tion, 12 and 14 State street, Chi cago. CAME TO PROVE UP. Andrew €. Franzen, John Porter and John C. Appel of Goodrich came In Monday afternoon to make final five year proofs on their homesteads today at the U. S. Land Office. Hot Chocolate—Finney's Fountain. Try Th« Tribune Want Columns. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1909. •^•^•*»*J T^^^• T•O FIND A TENANT is one of the things a Want Ad! des surely and usually quic I ar a The Markets Live Stock. St. Paul, Nov. 22.—Cattle 5,400 10 to 15 cents lower steers 4.00 to 7.50 cows and heifers 2.50 to 5.25 calves 2.25 to 7.00 stockers and feeders 2.50 to 5.00. Hogs—4,500 10 cents lower rang© 7.50 to 7.85 bulk 7.70 to 7.75. Sheep—5.000 steady to 10 cento lower sheep 1.00 to 5.50 lambs 3.00 to 7.00. Chicago, Nov. 22.-3attle 40.000 market 10 to 25 cents lower steers 5.60 to 9.25 cows 3.50 to 5.00 heif ers 3.00 to 6.00 bulls 3.00 to 4.75 calves 3.00 to 8.50 stockers and feed ers 3.75 to 5.25. Hogs—40,000 market 5 to 10 cents lower choice heavy 8.05 to 8.15 butchers 8.05 to 8.15 choice light 7.80 to 8.00 packing 7.35 to 7.50 pigs 6.00 to 7.25^ bulk of sales 7.90 to 8.05. Sheep—40,000 market steady to IP cents lower sheep 4.00 to 5.25 lambs 6.5o to 7.50 yearlings 5.00 to 6.55. S4,au4 shrdl shrdl uhrdlu hrdaaa Money. New York, Nov. 22.—Money on calf firm 4% to 5 per cent ruling rate 5 closing bid 4% time loans steadj and very dull sixty days 5 to pei cent ninety days 4% to 5 per cent six months 4% to per cent. Grain. Minneapolis, Nov. 22.—Close Wheat—Dec. 1.04% May 1.05% casb wheat No. 1 hard 1.06% to 1.06% No 1 northern 1.06 to .06% No. 2 north em 1.1.04 No. 3 northern 1.02% to 1.03%. Chicago, Nov. 22.—Close—Wheat Dec. 1.09% May 1.06% July 97%. Corn—Dec. 60 May 61% July 60% to %. Oats—Dec. 38% May 41% July 39%. Duluth, Nov. 22.—Close—Wheat No. 1 hard on track 1.08% to arrive No. 1 northern 1.07%' No. 2 northern 1.05% on track No. 1 northern 1.07% No. 2 northern 1.0o% Nov. 60% ask ed. Dec. 1.03% May 1.05%. Durum on track—No. 1 92 No. 2 89% Nov. 90% asked Dec. 87%. ask ed May 90%. Flax—Arrive 1.81% on track 1.81% Nov. 1.80 Dec. 1.76% May 1.81%. Oats to arrive and on track 39. SPECIALS WHILE THEY LAST. 15 Dozen Warm Winter Caps for men, boys and children, some with fur in bands. Choice 25 cents. S. E. BERGESON & SON. FREE—To boys and girls, Flexible Flyer. "The Sled that Steers." The ibest sled in the world. You can easily secure one within a few days hy doing a little pleasant work. Some have in a few hours. Be the first in your town. Write today, stating age. A rvostal card will do. W. T. Davis, 155 East 24th street, New York City. SPECIALS WHILE THEY LAST. 15 Dozen Warm Winter Caps foi men, boys and children, some with fur in bands. Choice 25 cents. S. E. BERGESON & SON. MAGAZINES. McCL.TJRE'S MAGAiZINE wants a re sponsible and energetic man or wo man in Bismarck and vi::initv to attend to its subscription interests. Experience unnecessary. There is liberal guaranteed compensation. A profitable 'permanent business -with out capital can be established among friends and acouaintances. Whole or spare time. This is the iest time to start. Comiplete out iV and instructions free. Write now. McClure's Magazine, 46 East 23d street, New York City. PIANO FOR SALE. One high class standard make piano for sale. Must be sold at once. N'o reasonable offer rejected. L. S. B.. Box 903, Fargo, N. D. EXTRA SPECIALS. 75 Men's and Boys' suits and over coats, not this year's styles but gar merits that are warm and durable. •10.00 grades at $5.00. $7.00 grades at *3.50. $5.00 grades at $2.50. We positively will not carry goods over from one season to the other if low prices will interest you. S. E. BERGESON & SON. EXTRA SPECIALS. 75 Men's and Boys' suits and over coats, not this year's styles but gar ments that are warm and durable. $10.00 grades at $5.00. $7.00 grades at $3.50. $5.00 grades at $2.50. We positively will not carry good? over from one season to the other ii low prices will interest you. S. E. RERGESON & SON. See display ad of Sorority Choco* lates.—Cowan's Drug Store. PROFESSIONAL CARDS E. S. PIERCE County Justice City Juatic* Notary Public Office at Court House. Residence Phone—268. Office hours: 9 to 12 a. 2 to 5 p. m. ARTHUR VAN HORN. Architect, 209 Seventh Street, Biaroarck, N. Office Phone 305 Residence 2ii. T. R. MOCKLER. Loans on City Property. Law, Real Eatate and Loana Bismarck and Washburn N. :]^0t •'".••: V.'..' '•..r.fyi&t y#: *-v- 'V^v--.i- v. y^'--''^ +JSSG=P Main Street, .' B. LITTUK, President. P. D. KENDBICK, Vice I rant. J. L. BELL, CaBhiei H. M. WKI8EB. Aaaiatant Cashier. U. 8 E O S I O FIRST NATIONAL BANK I S A N Established In 1879 Capital and Surplus $130,000.0 0 General Bankin Busines a a O A N S A E O N A A N S Safet it Boxe for Rent. EVERY LIFE HAS rri DECEMBER. HAVE Y0U_c^^MONEY IN THE Why not decide to secure yourself today against old age, sickness and loss of employment. Don't take chances of an unexpected strain on your finances. Incomes melt away be fore those demons, expense and extravagance. Begin now, to save, how welcome it will be in that needv hour that is apt to come. We will pay you interest on the money you put in our bank and compound the interest every six months. It will be worth your while to see our extensive stock of SLEDS before buying jSvms Every Race Don't buy simply a "sled" Get a Flexible Flyer—the I sled that beats them all. You guide it by a mere pressure of the hand or foot on the steer ing-bar without dragging the feet. You steer around every obstacle at full speed. And you beat everything on the hill- Insist on a FlexibleFtyer "The sled that steers'1 It is the only sled for hoys the only safe sled for girls. It saves more than its cost in boots, shoes and doctors' bills in one season. And it outlasts three ordinary sleds. SEVEN :kly W Fathers and mothers: There noth ing like coasting to bring the ruddy glow of health and happiness to the faces ot yourboys and girls. AnJ che real sport of coasting is in having a fast sled. You were young once. Get them a Flexible flyer today. And look for the name and trade mark on the sled. Boyal Girle! Write today for a ee model of the Flexible Flyer, showing how it works. Also ^beautifully illustrated booklet. It's free. WEBB BROTHERS Bismarck, N. Oak. Iffl"$f wk 0:i ', 'V