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E A HELP W A N E WANTED—A good girl to wash, Iron and assist the cook. Apply to Mrs C. Little. Phone 72. WANTED—Woman to work from 12 to 3 p. m. $15 iper month, at the Commercial Club. MI8CFLL.ANEOUS FOR SALE—At a bargain, two separ ate gasoline lighting plants. Write Wolbert Hardware Co., Bismarck, N. D. QARN the Grain Commission busi ness. The hours are short, the salary good and the opportunities for advancement unlimited. Write for particulars. P. B. Carr, Cham ber of Commerce, Minneapolis. 'ANTED AT ONCE—Two good, ex perienced insurance solicitors, on salary, covering all branches of the business. Must be able to produce a reasonable amount of Life and Accident business per month. One to take charge of our insurance department at our Minot, N. D., office, and one for Washburn office. Salary payable monthly and will contract for year If you deliver the goods. Must furnish bond. O. O. Raugust, General Insurance Agen cy Washburn, N. D. PHYSICIAN WIAiNTELv-One who Is tired of general family practice, to open a Kfeal Institute fa this state for the cure of the drink habit in three days, without hypodermic in jections, a late formula that is a wonderful improvement in every way over all other treatments. We will sell or lease the territory of this state and furnish the treatment upon a a iroyalty basis. A iphysiclan with a few thousand dollars can open an institute, make big money from the etart and have a line, permanent Institute (practice. We give the doctor every assistance In opening and operating the insti tute successfully. (For further par ticulars and terms, call on, or write -State Senator James IB. Brace, Treasurer, Neal Institute Company, Atlantic, Iowa. WiAINTBD—Man and wife or a girl, for general housework, and three or four men for farm work. Address I. L. Scrogglns, Bismarck, N. D. FOR BALE—Miscellaneous FOR SALE—Or will rent, grocery and meat market, carrying stock of general merchandise, also liv ery and feed stable. Good busi ness. Reason for selling, wife's health very poor and am compelled to move. Parties Interested mar write or call on D. B. Thompson, McKensie, N D. Neat Stationery to the emblem, the trademark of the successful business man. Artistic Printing attracts the eye and Is an evidence of knowledge of fitness of things. ,. The Bismarck Tribune's work has the stamp of excellence—the approval of those who know. We have something new. 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Advertisements under this head will be inserted for ONE CENT A WORD first insertion (ONE-HALF CENT A WORD each conseeattvs InseiUon, if paid la %dvanes.) No publica tion for less than 16c. Cash must accompany out of town or lers. Advertisements In these col umns having letters or numbers MUST be answered through cor rsspondenes. SPECIAL NOTICE—When pos sible, advise advertisers In this department to specify In advance and number of times an advertisement Is to run. MAGAZINES. The itcine Montoly of Portland, Oregon, is a beautifully Illustrated monthly magaswe. If you are inter ested in dairying, fruit raising, poul try raisins, or want to know about irrigated kinds, timber lands, or tree government Mum open to nomesetead entry, the Pacific Monthly will give you full Information. The price is $1.50 a year. If yon will send SS cents in stamps, three lata issues will he sent you so that you may become acquainted with I Read Che following splendid offers: Offer No. 1—MeCrare's Magasine, Woman's Home Companion and The Pacific Monthly, costing $4.60, will be sent at a special fate of $8.00. Offer No. a—Medure's Magazine, Review of Reviews and the Pacific Monthly, costing $s.K, will be sent for $8.00. Offer No. 3 Tinman Life, Ideal homes and The Pacific Monthly will be sent for tt.Oi. Order by niinmsr and send your order aocompanted by postal money order for the amount to Ahe Pacific Monthly. Portland Oresxm FOR RENT—HOUSES. FOR RSJNT—8maH house. Centrally located. Inquire 406 Fourth St. FOR RUNT—Five room house, cor ner Tunyer and ISth street. In quire 4M FKth street FOB KHNT—Five room cottage. In. Quire of John White, 112 AvenueB. FOR SALE—HOUSES. FOR S A 6 ix room modern house on nght street Bectric lights, toilet and hard wood floors. Inquire of D. M. flsattory. KUTWIML A Book For Men. Publication formerly prohibited. 800 pages can be carried in pocket. Postpaid. 91. The Kutrbum Co., Wright Pullding, 6 ijonls, Mo. WANTED—AGENTS AGENTS WANTED—vVe want good salesmen to sell our whips to the trade in North Dakota. Get ourHJave proposition. Address, The Davis Whip Co., Tlsvecanoe City, Miami county. Ohio. SIALEB AGHNTO—#V»r forced draft equipment for boUerplents. Guar anteed territory- Commission bas is. Address Wing, 90 West street, New York City. W S pay $80 a month salary and fur nish rig and all expenses to intro duce poultry and stock powders new plan steady work. ©igler Co., X, 962, Springfield, Illinois. ARTISTIC PRINTING. PRINTING—The Bismarck Tribune pays the highest wages to tile 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 na and the bus! nsss in this up-to-date age is Indicated by the stationery used. HISTORICAL. WANTED—Ton 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. 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 phasls it may be declared that "If you want results, use the Bismarck Tribune "Want" column. FOR 8AL E OR RENT. FOR SALE OR RENT—Cary safe, 2, 400 pounds. D. T. Owens, Tribune building. FOR SALE—Pianos. MONEY TO LOAN I want $25,000 worth of First Mortgage Farm Loans at once. Non but applications on unproved farm lands will be accepted. Call or write A fine piano to trade for what I can use to better advantage. Describe what you have. P. O. Box 396. T. O W E N S Tribune Bldg., Bismarck. FOR RENT—ROOMS. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room. 400 Fourth street 10-1-tf FOR RENT—Pleasant rooms with board, at -gasonable rates, at the Roanoke. 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—Rooms in Dakota Blk. Phone 303. Modern rooms and board at Dunrav en Place, 212 Third street. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, mod ern house, with board. Phone 325- R. 313 Fourth street. FOR RENT—Modern cozy room, for one or two gentlemen one block from Grand Pacific Hotel, with pri vate family. Rent reasonable, best reference. Phone 267. FOR RENT—Pleasant room in mod ern house. Mrs. Wm. Laist, 405 Fifth street. Phone 10. LOST. LOST—Gold Sorority Pin, heart shape, pearl settings. Finder re turn to Ray Nichols, 115 Fourth street. LOST—Pooketlbook, containing $4.80. Finder please return to Tribune and receive reward. FOR 8AL E OR TRADE. FOR SALE OR TRADE—For Bis marck property, two A-l home stead relinquishments, one-half section each. Good water 10 miles from good town on new Milwau kee railroad, in eastern Montana. Address 28 G. L., Richardton, N. D. FOR SALE—Or will trade, for good quarter section of Burleigh or 'Mor ton county land, 5 passenger, 4 cyl inder, 1909 touring oar, full equpped and in Al condition. Address Box 342, Mandan, N. D. WANTEO—SALESMAN SALESMAN WANTED—To call on Physicians. Established trade. An exceptional opportunity is offered for immediate work. State age and and experience. Lock Box 121, Philadelphia. CIGAR SALESMAN WANTED—Ex perience unnecessary. Sell our brands to the retail trade. Big pay. Write for full particular* at once. Globe Cigar Co., Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED—Salesmen for high grade investment securities by responsible concern selling securities only in properties controlled and operated by them. Correspondence will be held strictly confidential. State age and experience. Address 8. A. Chase, 706 Marquette Bldg., Chi cago, HI. BUSVNE88 CHANCES. Ibeen supplying ourproducts from factory to users for several years. We desire local representative with $600 to $1,000 cash, carrying suffi cient stock to supply the demands created. Salary $125 to $150 month ly, extra commission office and other expenses allowed. Position permanent references. "Uberty" Mfg. Association, Chicago. Address William Sturgte Thayer, N. W. Sales Agent, 400 National Bank of Commerce BMg., Minneapolis, Minn. MALE HELP WANTED WANTED—A blacksmith. Address Ole J. Dahl, Driscoll, N. D. ADVERTISED LIST. For the week ending, February 26, 1910. Burger Mrs. Aug. Beaman, B. F. Baldwin, 'Mrs. N. P. Buckweilwer, Wm. Columbia Laundry. Cardigan, 'Mrs. Fern Davis, Jerome. Duncan, James. DoyJe, IS. J. Droyje, Vasile Eastman, F. H. Eldiridge, George Pirn Anna (2) Ferries, Mrs. E. W. Gilmer, Jean Gilse, Willie Helegeson, Chas. John, Cross, Rev. James, Geo. N. (2) Jones, Gwendolin Kellnam, Chas. (2) Koewa (Andreas Keller, Anton (May, Mies (McGuire. Mr. QVfemann, Frank McKendry, Geo. MIckel, Millie Melhus, Ta. (2) Olson, Ole Pierce, E. A. Piers, John Price, (Melcomb Roubert, H. A. South, Albert Smith, F. W. Stevenson, W. E. Thorson, Nellie. Vanderhof, A. Wells, Chas. Whlteman, Majorie. Youngman, iFrank (2) Yattaw, Mrs. Mary F. The above advertised list will ibe held two weeks, after which it will be sent to the dead letter office at Washington, D. C. In calling for above letters please say "advertised." E. G. Patterson, P. M. SUMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, fcUNDAY -MORNING, FEBRUARY 27 1910. Th Markets St. Paul, Feb. 26.—Cattle 150 gen erally strong quotations unchanged. I Hogs—800 market steady range 9.20 to 9.35 bulk 9.25 to 9.30. I Sheep—100 market, 10 to 25 cents |higher from last week sheep 1.00 to 8.25 lambs 5.00 to 8.75. I Chicago, Feb. 26.—Cattle 1,200 market steady beeves 4.75 to 8.00 Texas steers 4.50 to 5.60 western steers 4.50 t,o 6.25 stockers and feed ers 3.50 to 5.75 cows and heifers 2.50 to 6.15 calves 7.25 to 9.90. Hogs—16,000 steady to weak light 9.20 to 9.55 mixed 9.25 to 9.62% heavy 9.30 to 9.«5 rough 9.30 to 9.40 good to choice heavy 9.40 to 9.65 pigs 8.40 to 9.35 bulk 9.50 to 9.60. Sheep—2,500 steady natives 4.85 to 7.75 westerns 5.10 to 6.85 year lings 7.70 to 8.60 lambs native 7.50 to 9.35 western 7.65 to 9.35. Money. New York, Feb. 26.—Money on call nominal time loans Blightly firmer but very dull sixty days 3% ninety days 3% to six months 3% to 4. Uraln. Minneapolis, Feb. 26.—Close— Wheat—May 1.13% July 1.13% to cash No. 1 hard 1.14% to 1.16% No. 1 northern 1.13% to 1.15% No. 2 northern 1.11% to 1.13% No. 3 northern 1.06 5-8 to 1.11 5-8. Chicago, Feb. 26.—Close—Wheat— May 1.14% July 1.07% to Sept. 1.03% to %. Corn—May 65% July 67% Sept. 67%. Oats—May 47 to July 44% to Sept. 41%. Duluth, Feb. 26.—Close—Wheat— On track No. 1 hard 1.15% on track and to arrive No. 1 northern 1.15% No. 2 northern 1.13% velvet chaff 1.12% May 1.14% bid July 1.14% nominal. Durum—On track, to arrive and in store No. 1 98% No. 2 96% May 98% asked July 98% nominal. Valley City Normal Notes The date for the coming of Dr. Ludwig Wullner, the world famous dramatic singer, has. finally been set for Thursday, March 24. Dr. Wullner will sing in the auditorium of the (Normal, under the direction of the ValleyClty Music club. His coming will be one of the great events in North Dakota musical history, ranking in importance with iNbrdica. Sem brich and iBi&pham concerts, and with the appearanice here of the Minneap olis Symphony Orchestra. Dr. Wull ner has been received with the ut most enthusiasm wherever he has gone in this country. In Chicago the people stood' on their seats and shouted "Bravo!" in an appeal for more, songs and they recalled him fourteen times at the end of bis fare well program. At a meeting of the Interested coun ty superintendents) last week, the faculty Tor the coming summer school was chosen, mainly from the present Normal teaching force. The manuel training department has received a large consignment of new tools, lathes and equipment. The room for copper work is nearly ready. Professor Mollis delivered several addresses at an educational rally at McVille in Nelson county. A parents' league was organized' and the consid eration of "The Rights of the Country Boy," as discussed by Prof. Hollls, led to the adoption' of a set of reso lutions that will be submitted1 to the state legislature. The program prepared to commem orate the birthdays of Washington and Lincoln, and presented in the auditorium Tuesday, Feb. 22, includ ed two songs by children of the model school and a vocal solo 1)y Professor Meyer, in addition to addresses on "Washington," toy Miss (Hill, and on "Lincoln," by Mr. Wemett. Professor Hollfo recently gave an interesting chapel talk on "The Im parlance of the Subconscious1 Mind." The president has asked each mem ber of the faculty to edit a favorite poem to be read in chapel, and later to be 'published in a booklet which will serve as a souvenir of the year's work. A Great Mystery Solved. How muny hairpins does a woman use when doing 1W hair? The hair pin editor tins investigated and mafct'S this report: "She uses just as many aa she has. if sbe has only two hair pins she makes ner hair stay up with two. but if she Hnds twenty In the top bureau drawer she uses all of them."- Atchisou Glebe Convinced. "Do you thinl 1 college education helps a man in husinessY" "Sure. I've hud two college boys here work-in' for me durin' tue past year, and I was afraid to discharge either one of 'em for fear t'io .'d find fault with my grammar vi-heu I Oone It."—Chicago Kecord-Hera Id. The Best of It. Mrs. Gadsby-She says frankly that she can't plaj bridge, but that isn't the best of It. Mrs. Bungwats— What Is? Mrs. Gadsby—She doesn't try. Somerville Journal. An even disposition Is the best pilot en the sea of life. Offer of $200 For University Emblem. A prize of $200 has been offered by the authorities of Cornell university at Ithaca, N. Y.. for designs for a new university emblem. The designs may be heraldic in character in the form of a shield or escutcheon, and experts In heraldry may pass upon them. The competition will be open to any per son, it not being limited to alumni of Cornell university. -m IN FRONT OF OUR LIVERY S E you can nearly always nee a rig getting read to start out. We 'will send one any distance, for any purpose, at any time. WE ANSWER ALL CALLS PROMPTLY. and will be glad to serve you in any way in which a rig Is re quired. One usual feature of our business is taking invalids out for a drive at a regular hour eacih day. We mention it as an fPiiKtration of the many ser vices we stand ready to ren der Charles White & Son 116 2d St. Phone 105 E. G. FIELD Furniture and Undertaking LICENSED EMBALMER Phons IOO DAY O N I O Msls Thlrs St.. Blamsrsk P. C. Remington, E. P. Quain. President VicePresident I. A. Graham, Cathie* City National Bank Capital, $50.000.00 E N E A A N I N Money to Loan on Farm Land Interest Paid on Tims Oopos'ts asd Savings Aooounts Undertakers a Embalmers Day Phon—50 Night Phone—543 65 Licensed Enbilner in Charge Webb Bros. Mai S SLATTERV.GUNIHCO Wholesale and Retail GROCERIES Dealers In Coai, Wood, Ice and Grain Comer Third and Broadway BISMARCK. N. DAK. Try Tribun Want Columns. Dickinson Dickinson Gladstone Jamestown .Ar Jamestown Lv Valley City.... Wheatland Casselton Mapleton Fargo Lv.. Lv.. 'Stop on signal. SEVEN Railway Time Table NORTHERN PACIFIC. WESTBOUND. 1 I 3 5 7 Central Time St. Paul Ill 00 Minneapolis 85 rargo Mapleton Casselton Wheatland Valley City.... antestown .. Ar 16 I a a in 11 00 il 80 a 0 07 9 15110 15 0 40|10 45 a 4 15 8 SO 4 OS It. 5 7 sr 8 II 8 SO 9 48 11 10 I am & 28 6 50 0 47 8 00 pm I 8 05 8 45 a 50 aniestown ..Lv 8 61 0 60 10 00 am 6 Mandan Tudson Mew Salem.. Sims Aimont Glenullen Hebron Richardton Taylor Gladstone .. 10 06|11 40 Medina '.».. 18 68 Dawson $& Steele -8 24 *1J68 16 1 1 'nscoll 8 Sterling a a Mckenzie 43 Burleigh I «g &% „. ,p am Bismarck |lo *6 11 35 9 35| 1 06 S I pm a I I pm "Mountain" time west—one hour earlier thav "Centralamtimepm I pm 10 10 I pm 11 00 9 00 18 80 1 10 1 85 1 88 1 48 8 18 8 88 8 06 3 16 5 86 pm 4 00 4 10 6 81 pm 66 I am u1 pm a 00 8 10 Dickinson ..Art 10 Dickinson .. Lv 115 Beach „, a I Glendive 4 80 6 80 „.... I am am Billings 110 40 18 06 pm 11 66 18 OS am 8 80.,7 a 10 841 3 10 am 7 00 pm 8 60 I am Livingston 1 2 05| 3 40 •:•.. Train No. 5 is annulled except between Glendive and Mandan. EAST BOUND. I 4 I ,6~ Mountain Time Livingston .. Lv Billings Lv ie am I 1 651 3 55 6 05| 7 0511 am 7 10 00 8 10 „. I a I a Glendive jll 051 1 05 pm 11 35 am 7 00 a 11 05 11 16 11 40 pm 12 08 18 15. •1886 12 61 1 16 1 48 8 00 8 16 8 30 pm 6 30 pm a 4 50 6 00 2 50 00 Taylor Kichardton Antelope .. Icbron Glenullen .. Almont .. Sims New Salem Judson .. Mandan .. "Mountain" 10 15 10 25 6 SO n. 4 a Bismarck Burleigh ., McKenzie .. f. Sterling Driscoll Steele Dawson Medina 1 40| 3 10 a 8 80] time west—one hour earlier •'Central" time. pm 7 46 than am Ipn 3 07 am 9 45 pm 4 37 13 0* •1948 IB 60 1 01 1 IS 1 81 1 66 8 36 6 65 6 45 pm •pm 18 88 18 33 a 6 06 6 16 I 10 88 10 33 7 65 8 10 9 16 3 60 5 SO 6 48 7 6( 8 08 8 40 16' 36 Ipm 80 10 00 •8 85 P" am pm I a 1 18 8 12' 9 801111 am I 7 3C. 0 S0I 6 05 7 56|10 00| 6 86 Minneapolis St. Paul ... I am 7 10 7 40 pm 50 7 6 LINTON BRANCH. Mixed Except Sunday. am Bismarck McKenzie Burdick ...Ar ...Ar 11 00 10 ie 9 4» 9 88 9 80 8 30 7 46 7 Moffit Bessoba Hazelton Brofy ., Ar Linton .Lv •S» 3 S* & *t* & 'J* 4» *2* Train No. 6 is annulled, except 4 between Mandan and Glendive. «3 WACHTER Dray and Transfer Co. Dealer- A W O O a I E Drays furnished for all purposes ORA* STORAfif G. C. WACHTER FHPHE I I S A |hs»#^#^^#^#»sy^^#s^#^#^s«^s»^s»^s#»4»»»s». Fire Hail Bond Tornado INSURANCE IN OLD LINF COMPANIES P. C. RhMINGTON. Agent Office at Merchants State Rank TELEPHONE 256 300 Head of Good, Young, Far Horses, Mares. Draft. Driving and good Business Horses. We are the leading Farm Horse dealers in Minneapolis. Our motto is quick sales and small profits. BLOOMsS.ilAJERUS' StsJMa* 248-2502*4 AT*. No. MINNKAPOUS Mothers! Don't fail to procure Mrn. Win Blow's Soothing Syrup for your child ren whUe cutting teeth. It sooths the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty five cent a bottle. Try Tribune Want Columns.