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FEMALF HELP WANTED.
WANTED—Good, competent girl for general housework. Phone 262, or call 60S Eighth St. WANTED—By lady, work by the day. Phone 432R. WINT99D—Good dining room girl, at Roanoke hotel. WANTED—Girl for general house work. Phone 592. WANTED—Chambermaid, pantry girl and waiters. Apply at Grand Pa cine Hotel. WANTED—Girl for chamber work, at Palace Hotel. WANTED—Dishwasher, for Banner House, at once. WANTED—Girl for dish washing at Bismarck Hospital. WANTED—SALfcSMAN SALESMAN WANTED—To call on Physicians. Established trade. A* exceptional opportunity 1B offered for Immediate work. State age and and experience. Lock Box 121, Phtiadelphia. CIGAR SALESMAN WANTED—Ex perience unnecessary. Sell our brands to the retail trade. Big ?ay. Write for full particulars at once. Globe Cigar Co., Cleveland, Ohio. HELP WANTED—Male. WANTED—Men to learn automobile business. We teach by mail, and get you a job at $25 weekly. Roch ester Automobile School. Rochester, MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—Work by the day. Phone 531. WANTED—If you desire to storei a piano or organ for a taw moataa, or to sell cheap, address Piano, care Tribune. WANTED—Painters, paper hangers, carpenters, Btreet laborers, laundrjr men and girls, waiters, waitresses, housekeepers, cooks, day laborers, general house work, typewriters, office work, machlnests, sign paint ers, clerks, general utility men to care for lawns and ger&ns. All kinds of help wanted. Apply at Room 28, First National Bank Bldg. or Phone 270. WANTED—Young men to learn auto mobile business by mail and pre pare for positions as chaffeurs and repair men. We make you expert in ten weeks assist you to secure position. Big pay work pleasant demand for men great reasonable write for particulars and sample lesson. Empire Automobile Insti tute, Rochester, N. Y. FOR RENT—Gasoline yacht, SO feet long 6% feet wide, 10 H. P. engine. Will seat 20 persons. It is in first class condition. Can be seen at Bismarck boat landing. Apply to Frayne Baker, Benton Packet Co. WANTED—A second hand automo bile. Must be strong for road work, and cheap. Address Auto, care Tribune. LOST. LOST—Ladis gold watch and fob be tween Grand Pacific hotel and Soo depot. Finder please return to the Tribune offlc. Reword. BUSINESS CHANCES. New state laws and other conditions are creating such increasing de mands for our manufactured pro ducts, it necessitates employing a local representative with $500 to $1,000 to carry enough stock to fill orders. Good salary office and oth er expenses allowed. Extra com mission position permanent ref rences. Address William S. Thayer, N. W. Sales Managed,'400 National Bank of Commerce Bldg., Minneap olis, Minn. WANTED TO RENT Houses. WANTED—To rent or lease,.a mod ern house. Apply J. P. Sell, care Capital City Bottling "Works. E i. FIEL Furniture and Undertaking LICENSED Phon IOO DAY OlR N I O Main a Third St., Blsmareh 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 «dvanee.) No publica tion for lets than 15c. Cub most accompany out of town or (en. Advertisements in these col umns having letters or numbers MUST be answered through cor respondence. SPECIAL NOTICE—When pos sible, v% advise advertisers in this department to specify in advance and number of times an advertisement is to run. HISTORICAL. WANTED—Ton to send us Pioneer Letters, Stories, Diaries, old books ef. 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 RENT—ROOMS. Modern rooms and board at Dunrav en Place, 213 Third street. FOR RENT—'Furnished rooms mod ern house, with board. Phone 325- R. 31S Fourth street. FOR RENT—Two pleasant office rooms in the Tribune block. Steam heat and hot and cold water. FOR RENT—Furnished room, modern house. 117 First street. FOR RENT—Three rooms. 622 Third street. Inquire FOR RENT—Pleasant rooms with board, at reasonable rates, at the Roanoke. FOR RENT—Furnished room, mod ern. 516 Ninth street. FOR RENT—Rooms in Dakota block. Phone 808. FOR RENT—Modern room, suitable for one or two. 622 Eighth street. FOR RENT—A nicely furnished room for one or two gentlemen, in a modern house. Call at 223 Fourth street. FOR RENT—Furnished room, sutta lle for one or two gentlemen. 211 Ninth street, or Phone 68. WANTED—By a family of three, a modern cottage .or small house.. Wffl take it any time. Best ref erences. Address Box 7, Bismarck. FOR RENT—Rooms with modern conveniences, with board. Apply 606 Thayer street. Phone 468 J. FOR SALE—LIVESTOCK. If yon hare an extra good fresh, milch cow to sell, teelphone 496. WOn RFNT—HOUSES. FOR RENT—Three room cottage. In quire 222 Second street FOR RENT—Small house, with barn. Inquire at 400 Seventh street. FOR SALE—Automobiles. FOR SALE-One 1907 Ford roadster, in A 1 condition. Apply to Otto Dirlam's garage, Third street and Broadway. FOR SALE—Miscellaneous FOR SALE—Oood little barn. Hay loft above and room for five head of horses. Phone 6, or see A. G. Hinckley. FOR SALE—Barn on lot back of Lahr Motor Sales Co., 212 Fourth street. FOR SALE—Ch-ap, a scholarship in the Bismarck Buisiness college. 5 months, $30, if taken at once. Reg ular price is $50. Address E. C, care Tribune. FOR SALE—Twenty entirely new road scrapers stored at Tappen, N. D. Address S. B. Smith, Williow Springs, Illinois. FOR SALE—Bedroom suit, library table, ice box, rockers and rugs. All these at a bargain. Apply at 702 Avenue A. FOR SALE—Early Ohio seed pota toes. Price reasonable. E. A. Dyer, care Telephone Co. FOR SALE—Potatoes. 40 cents per bushel, in 10 bushel lots. Phone 303. FOR SALE—Land FOR SALE Cheap, Farms—South half 19-140-85, Morton- county, $5, 000, one-third cash, balance 5 years. East half 17-136-77, Emmons coun ty, $4,800, $1,500 cash, balance 5 years. Flax this land and/own it free. Address, F. A. Schnorr, Spencer, N. D. A sewerage system for Madan is jfln prospect. The senate committee on public lands has favorably reported Senator McCumber's bills granting relief to Charles O. Hanna and Geo. Thomp son in the Wflliston and Buford Trenton irrigation project respect ively. Try Tribune Want Columns. SITUATIONS WANTED—FEMALE WANTED—Competent lady stenog rapher desires a position. Address "Z" care Tribune. I know a girl that wants a place for general housework in a German speaking family. R. D. Hoskins. WANTED—By experienced nurse, to nurse at home. Phone 360L. EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. Anybod wishing help of any kind will be supplied immediately. Apply room 28, First National Bank build ..ing, or Phone 270—Bismarck Em ployment Agency. ROOMS WANTED. WANTED—Booms for housekeeping. 616 8th street NOTICE. There will be meetings of the Barbers' Board of Examiners of the State of North Dakota, as follows: Dickinson, April 12 Bismarck, 13th Jamestown, 14th Valley City, 15th Grand Forks, 21th-21st All barbers without license will be asked to be present at one of the aforesaid places. A. IN. BCKLBR, President ED. RICHARDSON, Secretary. FEED AND POULTRY SUPPLIES Ground Feed, $1.46 per 100 lbs $26 per ton. Ground Corn, $1.70 per 100 lbs. Whole Shelled Corn, $1.50 per 100 lbs. Oil Meal, $3 per 100 lbs. Wheat Screenings, $1.40 per 100 lbs. Mixed Poultry Food, $1.60 per 100 )bs. Chick Food, 2 cento per lb. Baby Chick Food, 2% cents per lb. Crushed Shells, $1 per 100 lbs. Mica Crystal Grits, $1.50 per 100 lbs. Charcoal, 4 cents per lib. $3.50 per 100 lbs. Buckeye Incubator prices on appli cation. OSCAR H. WILL A CO. Dif Plus—50 MffttPIIII-543 65 Lleinrl Eiiiliir itChirgi SUTTERY.OUNNftCO, Wholesale and Ratal GROCERIES Dealer* In Coat, Wood, lee and Grain Corner Third and Broadway BISMARCK. N. DAK. I f»i—» I I I WACHTER and Transfer Go. Dray Dealer* A W O O a I E Drays furnished for all purposes 0RA* ST0RA8E 6. C. WACHTER MNis BISMARCK. Fire Hai Bon Tornad •IMMARCK DAILY TRIBUNt, SUNDAY MORNWO, APKtL t7 t» 10. INSURANCE IN OLD LINE COMPANIES P. C. REMINGTON. Agent Office at Merchants State I TBLEPHONB 256 P. C. Remington, President VicePrefident I. A.Graham, Cathier E Quain. tTr City NationalBank Capital, $50.000,00 E N E A A N I N Money to Loan on Farm Land surest Paid OR Time Deposits and Savings Aooowits Time is Money We Can. Save You TIME The promp service which we always render will save you much time and money. If intending to build, don't fail to get our prices, which are always right. The famous Red Lodge coal is handled by us exclusively. Try it in the range. Makes no difference whether its a shingle or a plank. We deliver to all parts of the city. North Star Lumber Co. W. E. Gleason, Phone 17 Local Manager A Collector's Bargain. Lord Spencer of, Altborp. one of the greatest of book collectors, was at home only In his own field. One day lu browBiug about Bond street, Lon don, he went into the shop of a denier in bric-a-brac. The dealer, who knew him by Bight, said persuasively: "Here is a line bit of pottery which your lordship really ought to have, and you shall have if very cheap—only 2 guineas." So Lord Spencer bought it and took it home and set it in a high place. One day a connoisseur of china paid him a visit, and Lord Spencer showed his bargain. "What did you give for it?" asked the connoisseur. "Two guineas." answered Spencer .•ather proudly. "H'm!" said the connoisseur. "At that price the marmalade should have been included." "What do you mean?" "Why. that precious piece of yours Is nothing more or less than a shil ling marmalade pot with a green this tle painted on it." 8ilencing the Questioners. A French gentleman who had been with M. de Talleyrand for twenty years accompanied uim to the congress at Vienna after Napoleon's exile to Elba. People naturally concluded that this long intimacy had made him fa miliar with a number of particulars of the minister's life and bearing also upon the events with which he had been mixed up. Worried with ques tions, the friend invariably replied that he knew nothing, but the questioners would not be satisfied and returned to the charge. "Very well." finally said Talleyrand's confidant "I'll tell you a peculiar and altogether unknown fact in connection with M. de Talleyrand. Since Louis XV. he's the only man who can open a soft boiled egg with one backward stroke of his knife without spilling a drop of the contents of the shell. That is the only peculiarity I know in con nection with him." Discretion had scored a decisive vic tory. From that moment the ques tions ceased. A Mean Suggestion. Pierrot—The only way for a man to understand women is to get man-led. Pierette—And study the ways of his wife, eh? Pierrot—No. Listen to what she tells him about the other women. The Spender*. "How are you getting along, Jones, since you got married? Saving any money?" "Yes, but for heaven's sake don't tell my wife."—Judge's Library. Descriptive. "Is he broker' "Broke! Why, his assets rattls around in his liabilities like a pea in a coal bucket"-St. Louis Post-Disyateli. ^OTCvTNtoOXG OUMX They're five cents apart one is half the size and half the price of the other. In all other ways as alike^as a half reduceH photograph. Same quality—same workmanship—same satisfaction-at the samestores. "The Tom Moore when you have the dime and the Little Tom when you haven't the time." They Lead the Procession WINSTON, HARPER, FISCHER CO. DISTRIBUTORS. Minneapolis, Minn. BLOOD TELLS! Good blood tells, they say, and bad blood certainly does. Poor or disordered blood tells its own story in lowered vitality, loss of energy, in skin eruptions, in rheumatic pains and in a pallid or sallow appearance of the complexion. This is the season of the year when the blood i6 most apt to be disorder ed. Take Rexall's Specific and Alterative Compound Blood Remedy It purifies and enriches the blood. It cures boils, pimples and other skin troubles. It expels rheumatism poison from the system. It builds up strength and energy. Price. $1.75 For 100 Dose Bottle LENHART'S DRUG STORE .9 oo DROPS ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. ANfegelabtelteparationforAs simitatingmeFbodamlRegula ting(lieStomachsandBowdsoT I N A N S /CHILDREN Promotes DigpsfionCheeifiir nessandRest.Containsneitter Opium-Morphine norMiucraL NOT NARCOTIC. RmptiaSttd- AMTtSdtt- SanSmSdt* imanr* &%& lion,SourStora*h.Dlarrtoea Wonns£onvulsions.Feverish nessanALossoFSLEEP- FacSimae Signature of NEWYOBK. Atfc months old 5 DOSES-35CHVTS Exact Copy of Wrapper. Hoglund Brothers get the contract for the completion of the new school building at Jamestown, at $19,000. SEVEN For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TMC OCMTMM CO««H»». W 0 CUT.. Farmers find it difficult to get farm hands and labor seems generally scarce through the state. aj.iw»».K^aa wMPirMM**"c*-':