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Thursday, Augtut 11, 1910.
HELP WANTED—Male. WANTED—A competent man to act as foreman of a coal mine. Desir able position. Address J. K. D., box 437, Bismarck. FEMALE HELP WANTED. WANTED—Good girl for housework Best of wages. 710 Seventh St. WANTED—A girl to do the laundry work and assist in kitchen. 920 per month. C. B. Little. Phone 72.. WANTED—Good girl for house work small family. Apply to Mrs. I. C. Fenninger, 504 Ninth street. WANTED—An accurate, careful sten ographer and office assistant in large office where merit will win promotion. Address by letter only. C. X., care Tribune. WANTED—Competent girl for gen eral housework. No other need ap ply. Apply to Mrs. C. J. Busch, 20 Avenue A. FOR RENT—ROOMS. WANTED—Unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping. Address, G. A. S., care Northwest hotel. FOR RENT—Suite of furnished mod ern rooms, with privilege of light housekeeping. 807 Fourth St. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms at 423 Front St. FOR RENT—Large furnished room suitable for two gentlemen. At 307 Seventh St. FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house at 220 Fourth street. FOR RENT—One large front room with board. Call 705 Sixth St. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room. 400 Fourth street. FOR RENT—Modern rooms and board at Dunraven Place. 212 Third street. FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms in modern house. 218 Second street. Phone 292-R. SUTTERY,GUN N ft O WMtMta art Rata* GROCERIES Cut, Wood let Mil flraln Corner Third aad Broadway BISMARCK. N. DAK, FIELD Furniture and Undertaking LICENSED EMBALMER IO O A O N I Third St.. Ilsmarak Undertakers a Embalmers •if flm-W MffctrllM-54315 UcMMt EUttatriiCltrgi Webb,Bros. a POPULAR CLASSIFIED WANTS Advertisements under this head will be inserted for ONE CENT A WORD, first insertion (ONE HALF CENT A WORD each consecutive inserflon, if paid cash in advance,) No publication for less than 25c. Cash must accompany out of town orders. Advertisements in these columns having letters or numbers MUST be answered through corres pondence. Cannot guarantee accuracy on Phone ads. Reason It Out! We'll Instantly Tell 10,000 People. You'll have to Hustle to Reach 50«=and Lose a Day's Time Besides. Which? SITUATIONS WANTE MAN and wife want work by the day house cleaning, washing, etc. Phone 481R. BUSINE88 OPPORTUNITIES WILL TRADE for sheep, cattle or horses, a 65-acre farm situated in Wright county, Minn., 41-2 miles north of Howard Lake and about 45 miles west of Minneapolis in one of the best farming sections in Min nesota. Address Alex McKinnan, Mooreton, N. D. Argue-' YOU ARE DOING BUSI NESS TO MAKE MONEY. SO ARE WE. YOU MUST HAVE GOOD GOODS TO DO BUSINESS. SO MUST WE. ADVERTISING IN THIS PAPER PAYS. WE WON'T ARGUE THIS POINT-WE CAN PROVE IT. FOR SALE—Automobiles. FOR SALE—1910, 4-cylinder, 5-pas senger touring car standard make fully equipped almost new fully guaranteed $850 cost $1,100. Ad dress or call, H. L. Palmer, care of R. L. Best, Bismarck. FOR SALE—Runabout, for sale cheap. Inquire at Glitschka's store. TO RENT—HOUSES. FOR RENT Well located modern furnished house for about six weeks. Geo. M. Register. 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. WACHTCR Dray and Transfer Gn. Dealer* A W O O a I Orays furnished for all purposes 0R»» STORAli 6. C. WACHTER MOW St •ISMAROK H. 0. .»* BUY A SILO. Do you know that seven acres of corn cut up and deposited in a SILO will go as far as fifteen acres in the old way? And do 'you know that at the pres- ent price of hay, six or ten tons of hay will buy a good SILO? Then why do you feed the high priced hay to 9 your stock? Sell the 4» hay and buy a SILO 4 and keep the stock, for you will need it next year. We are head- quarters for good SI- LOS. Call and see us. NORTH STAR LI-Mtk w. co ii*s#* 3±%\ _. E. (Reason, JVfgr. LOST. LOST—Sorrel gelding, with white hind feet, weight 1150. Return to Chas. White Livery Barn and re ceive reward. FOR SALE—Miscellaneous FOR SALE—Finest Stanhope car riage ever brought to the city Brewster, hand made, stylish, good as new. Address, J. H., care of Tribune. FOR SALE—Riding and driving horse with riding bridle, saddle, single harness and Concord buggy. $125 takes the outfit. See G. M. Wol bert. FOR SALE—English Pointer bird dog, well trained, two and a half years old. A bargain a $50. I. J. Man digo. MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—Woman with home who will board and care for two chil dren. Address 827 Sixth street. WANTED—A man with a few teams, or men and teams, for a fall and winter's job in McLean county. Good opportunity to make money and have teams employed all win ter.—Address, J. K. Doran, Bis marck, N. D. EXPERIENCED, competent teacher of German, will teach several pupils. H. G. D., care Tribune. WANTED—Loans. First mortgage loan on new Bismarck residence. Good investment, long time, amply secured. Address Shibboleth, care Tribune. WANTED—Address of parties having coai lands for sale in western North Dakota or eastern Montana. Ad dress Coal Lands, box 437 Bismarck, N. D. REAL ESTATE TO SELL OR EXCHANGE—Several building lots in northwestern edge of town. Will trade for anything can use. Paul E. Johnson. Phone 89 or 496. PRINTING AND JOB WORK Both your business and yourself are judged by the character and qual ity of your stationery. The Tribune Job department Is equipped thru out with modern machinery—the largest plant in the state can do any class of work. The artistic appearance which gives recognized excellence to Tribune work, shows the discriminating customer knows and appreciates the best. RESOLUTION TO CONSTRUCT SEWER. Resolved, that the plans, specifica tions and estimate of cost as present ed by the city engineer for the ex tension of the sewer system of the city of Bismarck, by extending same on Sixth street in a northerly direc ition for one block and to the inter section of Sixth street and Avenue be and the same are hereby approved and the city auditor is hereby in structed to give the necessary and legal notice that this commission will meet on Monday, September 19th, 1910, at 8 o'clock p. m., for the pur pose of hearing any complaints against said proposed sewer exten sion. And the city auditor is further instructed to, at the proper time, ad vertise for bids for said proposed sewer extension. Resolution introduced by Commis Isioner A. W. Lucas and passed by the Board of City Commissioners of the ic'.ty of Bismarck, N. Dak., on the 8th day of August, A. D. 1910, at a regu lar meeting of said board, a majority of the board voting in favor of same. F. E. YOUNG, City Auditor. Dated at Bismarck, N. D., this 9th day of August, A. D. 1910. A Mistaken Sign of Generosity. The young son of a Germantown man who lives up to every cent of his income heard a compliment for bis fa ther the other day and passed it on, thinking to please the parental heart and win future favors perhaps from the parental purse. "Heard something nice about you, dad," he announced over the dinner table. "Ah, that's pleasant!" murmured fa Cher modestly. "Heard you was awful good to mother," went on the boy. "I hope I treat your mother as a man should treat the person he cares most tat," responded father evenly. "Heard you were so generous to her that every one in town knew about It Heard a man say every one was talk ing about it too. He said everything you had was in your wife's name." The father's countenance underwent sudden change. He sputtered for a moment painfully. Then he spoke. "You go to bedr said papa—Phila delphia Ledger. Wall Prom a Pessimist. "It most be hard to have a bunch of relatives to buy presents for," says the Philosopher of Folly. "How do people think up So many cheap things that look expensive?" BISMARCK. DAILY TRIBUNE IN THE Lodg Room MASONIC. BISMARCK LODGE, No. 5, A. F. & A M. Meets first and third Mou davb in each month at Masonl. hall. A. P. Lenhart, W. M. Louis Magin, secretary. TANCRED COMMANDERY, No. 1. T. Meets first and Third Thursday? In each month at Masonic hall. Wm. O'Hara. E. M. J. McKenzie. PYTHIAN SISTERS. LINCOLN TEMPLE. No. 9. Meet* second and fourth Thursdays each month at K. P. hail. Mrs. Ida Vigness, M. E. Mrs. Nellie St arts, M. of R. ft C. O- E. S. BISMAiRCK CHAPTER, No. 11, meets first and third Fridays in eact month at Masonic hall Mrs. Grace Prenoh, W. M. Mrs. Gertrude Mil ier, secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ST. ELMO LODGE, No. 4. Meet* each Wednesday evening at K. ball. W. E. Parsons, C. C: S. John son. K. of R. & S. L. O. O. M. PISMARCK LODGE NO. 14—Loyal Order of Moose. Regular meetings everv first and third Monday even ings of each month. P. F. Strock, dictator S. E. Register, secretary Vlsltlug members welcome. M. W. A. I3ISMARCK CAMP, No. 1164. M. W A. Meets the second and fourth Tuesdays in each month. E. Peck, V. Ray Nichols, clerk. YEOMEN. A FRATERNAL, LIFE AND ACCI dent insurance organization. Meet* the fourth Tuesday in each montL in the K. P. haft. A. E. Sblpp, foreman: master of accounts, Elsit- McDonald correspondent, Eliza beth Belk. I. O. O. P. CAPITAL CITY LODGE No. 2 Meets every Thursday evening at Odd Fel lows hall. Fred Selms, N. G. C. A Meisner, V. G. John Yegen, treas urer R. A. Petrle, financial secre tary O. H. Benson, recording sec retary. M. B. A. M. B. A. Meets second and fourth Wednesday of month at Odd Fel low's hall. Grant Marsh, president A. F. Marquett, seci tary. ST. CLEMENS COURT, 747. CATHOLIC ORDER OF FORREST ers. Meets every second Monday at 8 p. m.. ind every fourth Sun day at 2 p. m. All visiting mem bers invited. Frank Jaszowlak, C. Antoa Beer, R. 8. COMMERCIAL CLUB. COMMERCIAL CLUB OF BISMARCK Regular meeting of club member ship the first Tuesday in each month regular meeting of board of directors the first Friday of each montfc, at Commercial club rooms Third street. F. L. Conklin, presi dent A. B. Welch, secretary. LABOR UNIONS. UNITED BROTHERHOOD OF CAR penters and Joiners, No. 1118 Meets every Thursday evening at Kuntz's hall All brothers cordl ally invited to meet with us. French, president John Danrot. treasurer, W. G. Gorstch, secretary Fred Anderson, financial secretary TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION No. 140. Meets first Sunday in each month at 3 p. m. J. W. Pinkney, presi dent Jos. Gribbins, secretary. HOMESTEADERS CAPITAL CITY HOMESTEAD, No 300. Meets second and fourth Fri days of the month at I. O. O. F. hall at 8 p. m. J. T. Boyd, president Olive M. Adsit, secretary. A. O. U. W. B19MIARCK LODGE No. 120. Meets the first and third Tuesdays at Baker Hall at 8 o'clock. M. J. Mc- Kenzie. M. W. Bradley C. Marks recorder. G. A. R. JAMES B. M'PHERSON POST, No 2, Department of North Dakota Grand Army of the Republic. Meet* At their rooms In the Armory on the second and fourth Thursday* of each month. John W. Iffllttt, commander A. D. Cordner, a tant REBEKAHS. NICHOLSON LODGE, No. 40. Meets the first and third Wednesdays in men month in Odd Fellows hall Mrs. Augusta Little, N. Mrs Nellie Evarts, secretary. MACCABEES. K. O. T. M. Meets every first and third Thursday of each month o'clock p. m.. at I. O. O. F. hall Visltrvg members cordially invited D. O. Ramp, commander Eric Srtcksou. record keeper. CANTON. COURT BISMARCK, No. 88T. Meetr everv fourth Thursday in end) mnota at Odd Fellows hall. John Yegen, C. R~ William Moore, 8. W. Healf, P. 8. Th Market LIVE STOCK St. Paul lower, 325 to 615. 780 to 825. Cattle.—Receipts. 1,600 market steady to 10c lower. Stockers and Yearling lambs, fuir-choice feeders, l'c to 25c higher quotations Bucks unchanged. Chicago Cattle—Receipts, 22,000 market' J0° slow and weak. Beeves. 765 to 840 Texas steers, 350 to 760 western1 NOTICE steers, 440 to 675 stockers and teed-1 ers, 400 to 625 cows and heifers, 265 to 650 calves. 650 to 850. Hogs.—Receipts.. 18,000 4 to 680 western, 425 to 685. strong. Light. 850 to 905 mixed. 785 «"y of Bismarck North_ Dakota at a Sheep.—Receipts. 28,000 market purpose of electing a member or weak. Natives, 225 to 430 western.' 250 to 430 western. 250 to 425 year- MONEY New York.—Money on call easy \n afteVnoon"of"said"'day. IK to 2 per cent ruling rate, 1% closing bid, lMs offered at 1%. Time loans, easy 60 days, 2% to 3 per cent 90 days, 34 to 4 months, 4% A N Same time last week 7333, January lst to date 25312b Same time last year 195517 Hogs— a last vear 145306 Wester 4.00-5.7. 5 Native fed steers 4.50-7.00 Native fed cow-heifers 3.00-4.00 Cutter cows 3.40-5.00 Canners 2.00-2.40 Western cow-heifers 3.00-4.50 Veal calves 3.00-6.50 Grass fed bulls 2.75-4.25 Beef cattle sold on a generally steady basis today, although some sel lers complained of slowness. Best veal calves sold strong to 25c higher. Estimate 3,700. Stockers and feeders— Good-choice feed steers Common to good steers Stock steers Stock heifers Hogs 3.75-4.75 2.50-3.75 3.00-4.00 Tuesday 7.40-8.00 7.50-7.60 Wednesday .. .. 7.50-8.10 7.60-7.70 Thursday 7.40-8.25 7.65-7.80 Friday 7.25-8.25 7.65-7.80 How Would a "FuU Jewelled" Typewriter Appeal to You? Every important tearing in an expensive watck is a small gem or a hardness not susceptible to "wear. Tne purpose of trie jewels is to insure Ly reduction of triction and wear, tne accuracy •/Kick makes a timepiece valuable. to 900 heavy. 750 to 845 roughs, 750 ?S«» ,° ($15,000) dollars, in the denomination to 775 good to choice heavy. 775 to Awi-t. .^tl^rt^rttV^^lS^tl! 845 pWs, 850 to 905 bulk of sales, election held In said city on the.29th. a of A "S 8 -. A a lings. 425 'to 550 lambs, native, 425 cau«ed ny he^ death of Hen 3 Geier-, a of a a or a to 4% some loans at 4=h- ward—High school building. 2d Ward—Iloyle building, eu3t side Minneapolis.—Close: Wheat: Sept., Welch hardware store, north side of 110% to llOVfe Dec, 115TB May, Main street, between Third and 114%. Cash: No. 1 aard. 117'/a No. Fourth streets. 1 nor.. 114% to 116 No. 2 nor., 107% to 112%. Dulutb.—Close: Wheat on track: No. 1 hard, 119% No. 1 nor., 118% No. 2 nor., 116%. To arrive: No. 1 nor., 118% No. 2 nor., 116% velvet chaff, 108%. To arrive: Regular No. 11day of August, A nor., 115% No. 2 nor., 113% Sept., 114% bid Dec, 111% bid May. 115. Durum on track, to arrive and in store: No. 1, 93% No. 2, 91% Sept.. 94 bid Dec. 94% bid. Oats, 47%. SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVE STOCK MARKET. Receipts. Cattle Two days this week 9169 Saturday 7.00-8.00 7.40-7.60 thousand ($5,000) dollars in five years Monday 7.25-8.25 7.60-7.80 I from the date of issue thereof five Tuesday 7.25-8.25 7.60-7.80 thousand ($5,000) dollars In ten years Outlet for hogs was the same as on from the date of issue thereof, and Monday. Price range, 7.25 to 8.25 five thousand ($5,000) dollars in flf bulk sales. 7.60 to 7.80. Estimate teen years from the date of the issue 2,100. thereof. Native shorn lambs— Such proposed public building to Spring lambs, common-choice 4.00-6.25 be located on Thayer street, between 4.00-4.50! Fifth and Sixth streets in said city. 2.00-3.00 The following polling places for 'Breeding ewes 3.50-4.00 said election are hereby named: 1st. market Cull ewes 1.50-2.00! ward. High school building 2nd ward, Hogs.—Receipts, 1,000 steady. Range. 725 to S25 bulk of Kwes, common-choice 2.75-3.75, Boyle building, east side of Fourth 3ales, 760 to 790. Wethers 3.75-4.00 street, north of Broadway 3rd ward, Sheep.—Receipts, 1,200 market Cull yearlings 4.00-4.50 Residence of M. A. Edberg, 801 7th steady. Sheep, 150 to 400 lambs, 25c! Lambs sold about 15 cents lower street 4th ward, Robidou building, generally and sheep were quoted S. \V. corner Front and 6th streets steady to a dime down. Breeding 5th ward. City Hall, over French & ewes had strong clearance. Estimate, I Welch hardware store, north side of OF SPECIAL ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that in pur suance of a resolution passed by the! following form- -.v„v market board or city commissioners of the I Bismarck issue vote at any general, or, special election kotan,icwheelection at Two days this week 33621 bonds therefor, in such amount and Same time last week 3841 form, and on such conditions as it January lst to date 441768 hall prescribe, not exceeding five (5) To release the tumblers you've got to Same time last year 4775711 nt of the taxable property Sheep— therein, as determined by the last Two days this week 83151 preceding assessment, Including ex Same time last week 7073listing indebtedness and, January lst to date 206100' W a 8 b0n S S Same time last year noduo for corporation purposes, to ,,, ...ii„D. .»,„ „„i„ Cattle-steers wit: To provide for the of a provide public building necessaryerectione for th use of the city to be known as the Fire Hall, is within the five (5) per cent limit on tbe value of the taxable prop erty in the said city, as shown by the city assessment of 1909, the last nre ceding assessment Therefore be it Resolved by the board of city com missioners of the city of Bismarck, North Dakota, that a special election be called to be held Monday, he 29th day of August, A. D., 1910, at which special election there shall be sub mited to the legal voters of the city of Bismarck the quesion whether or not fifteen thousand ($15,000) dollars 0f 2.50-3.25 Stockers and feeders clearance at strong rates. Prices are 10c and 15c above Saturday. of D- 1 9 tor commissioners of said a a 7H°" man. the ter of the commissioner J,JO to be so elected to end May 1, 1911. The polls will be opened from 8 commissioners following polling places Jn a a ot lt of Fourth street, north of Broadway. Chicago.—Close: Wheat: Sept.,: 3d Ward—Residence of M. A. Ed 101 Vi to 101V4 Dec, 104% May, 109. berg. 801 Seventh street. Corn: Sept., 64% to 64?4 Dec, 60 Vs 4th Ward—Robidou building, south May, 62% to C2ya. Oats: Sept., 36% west corner Front and Sixth streets, to 36% Dec, 48% May, 41. 5th Ward—City hall, over French & 6th Ward—Jones' paint shop, east side of Seventh street, north of Broad way. F. E. YOUNG. (Seal) City Auditor. D. 1910. NOTICE OF SPECIAL ELECTION. Resolution. Whereas, under and by virtue of the provisions of sub-division 5 of section 2678, of article 4, of chapter 30, of the.- Reviseu Codes. of NorthTDakota. the bonds of the ciy of Bismarck a Price range. Bulk-price. aim. .. .... ed the of rrout door authorizedquestionmajority by a the is sub mltted to the legal voters, may bor row money on the credit of the city for corporation purposes and issue its i3gUed for corporation pur- had active poses aforesaid, viz., to provide for tbe erection of a public building nec essary for the use of the city to be known as he Fire Hall, said bonds to be in the denominaion of one thous and ($1,000) dollars each, bearing in terest at the rate of four (4) per cent 8er«n Main street, between 3rd and 4th streets 6th ward, Jones' paint shop, east side of 7th street north of Broad way. The ballot to be used shall be In the flfteeQ a a tbouaand Ul.000l «loll»r. emdi, a at of (4) per cent per annum, payable an- a or of a necessary b,j(. I tQ be a aid flre a E S a be 0 cloc in o'clock In the morning until 5 o'clock afternoon. ning until 5 o'clock That the city auditor be and he hereby is instructed to give legal no tice of such special election by the publication of a certified copy of tills resolution for twenty (20) days next preceding the day of such special election, as provided by law" Resolution introduced by Comnii* sioner Marquett. Passed by the board of city commis sioners. August 1, 1910, a majority of said board voting "aye" on roll call. State of North Dakota, County of Burleigh, City of Bismarck, ss. 1, F. E. Young, auditor of the city of Bismarck, in said county and state, do hereby certify that the above resolution is a true and correct copy of the resolution introduced by Com missioner Marquett and passed by the board of city commissioners of the Dated at nismarck. N. D., the 3d city of Bismarck, North Dakota, on the 1st day of August, A. D., 1910. (SEAL.) F. E. YOUNG, City Auditor. Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota, :!.is 3rd day of August, A. D., 1910. Pays Him to Stay Horn*. .. ... r, .u r. A west side matron proudly cjcliibit l'JUo, the cty of Bismarck, North Da- „, ... .. .. ,„,.„, .i...... H. "J.10-3y A afternoolock culler,ueit was an intricatotuot looking affair, resembling a gum uiu chiue more thau it did a door lutch. "You turu this," explained the wo man, pointing to a tiny knob inside the door, "and you have fixed the bolt so it can't be shot back with tbe key. drop a coin in the wlot outside. Tbe only piece of money that will fit Is a five dollar gold piece. Tbe idea is my own. A locksmith downtown worked out the mechanical part of It for me. L™*r 0 «««ustdtniBs coint attachment.t If husban ou after that hour it costs him $5 to get in. He stays home evenings, as a rule."—New York Sun. Money No Objoct. "I don't enre anything about it my self, for I'm no judge of such things," said Mr. Guswell, "but my wife wants me to buy a rare old violin, and she says they come high. Got any?" "We certainly have." responded the dealer. "Here's one in this showcase. genuine Stradivarius. that yon can have for $3,000." "She said she thought they came higher than that. Haven't you some that are a little—er—straddyvarlouser than this one?"—Chicago Tribune. Blind Faith. A Harvard professor says Plymouth Rock is a myth, but we stubbornly per annum, payable annually," and to continue to believe that there was a mature as follows, to-wit: Five Mayflower. Taa tint «ucc«rful uicoft ball-lwariag' typctur 1m wn'tinj-tMight machine wai by the maaufacturan of the New Model L. C. Smith 6f Bra. Typewriter. Ball Bearings not only for tke typebars, but at all vital wearing points of tke Ne Model C. Smith & Bros. 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