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Tuesday, December 20, 1910.
HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED—Several district manag* era in North Dakota for a popular Life Insurance company. We will boost you to success. If you are energetic it is impossible for you to fail under our method of assisting you. H. B. W., care Tribune. SALESMEN WANTED. SALESMEN WANTED—To sell our line of adver'sing art calendars, specialties and novelties, in paper,! cloth, wood, leather, alluminum, cel luloid, etc. Best selling line in the United Statea. Want expert sales men, men able to earn $2,000 to $4, 000 a year. Give references and make full statement about yourself in first letter, contracting for 1911, work to begin Jan. 1. Shaw Adver tising Co.,, Kansas City Mo. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—Apron makers. Stamped addressed envelope for particulars. Standard Apron House, 432 E 47th street, Chicago. WANTED^Two waitresses and a dlih washer. Homan's Cafe and Bak ery. WANTED—Girl for second work. In quire of Mrs. Woodmansee, 411 Fifth street. WANTED—Competent girl for gen eral housework. Mrs, C. J. Busch, Cor. Mandan Avenue and Avenue Phone 308-K. WANTED—Cook have second girl. Apply to Maj. Dale, Ft. Lincoln. I WANTED—Competent girl fo'r general house work. Call at 514 Sixth street or phone 214. WANTED—Competent girl for gen eral housework, by Mrs. Ramstad. Call at home of Mrs. Winchester, 824 Fourth street. Telephone 156. WANTED—Competent girl for gen eral housework. Mrs. John Burke. DRESSMAKING. EXPERIENCED DRE3SMAKER Prices to suit all. teed. Phone 519. Work guaran- DR E S S A I N Experienced Dressmaking at 407 Fourth street. WANTED—Dressmaking by the day. Fully experienced. Address 206 First street. Luella Edeburn. FOR RENT—HOUSES. FOR SALE OR RENT—A six-room house. J. G. Keenan. 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 and bush whackers. Indian rel ics, etc. State Historical Society, Bismarck, N. D. He Found His Man. Englishmen are rather fond of pok ing fun at those parts of Great Britain where other than the Anglo-Saxon ele ment is domiuant, and a favorite sub Jet for jest is the prevalence of the Jones family in Wales. One of the colleges of Oxford univer sity was much resorted to by Welsh men. A man from another college looking for a friend went into its quad rangle and shouted, "Jones!" AH the windows looking on the quad rangle flew open. "I mean John Jones," said the searcher. Half the windows closed. "I mean the John Jones who has a toothbrush," ho explained All the windows closed but one.— Topeka State Journal. OVER 6S YEARS* EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DCWONS COPYRIGHTS A Anyom tending a akatch and ascription may anlckly ascertain our opinion free whether an Inreiitlon la probablypatentable. Commnnlca. Uonaa^etlyconfidential. HANDBOO on Patent* •entfree. Oldeat acenoy foraecannfrpatenta. Patent* taken through Hnnn Co. receive ipeeUd notice, without charge, is the Scientific jftterkm handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest cir culation of any scientific Jourml. Terms, $3 a, rear: four months, 1. Sold by all newsdealers. rear four months II Sol by all newsdealers MUNNJCow^^NewYork Branch Offloe, BU Wseblnaton. V. C. E. G. FIELD Furniture and Undertaking LICENSED EMBftLMER IOO A O N I O •ata Third St., tlsMirek POPULAR CLASSIFIED WANTS Advertisements under this head will he inserted for ONE CENT A WORT, first insertion (ONE HALF CENT A WORD each subsequent insertion, ONLY WHEN PAID CASH IN ADVANCE.) No pub lication 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 acuracy on Phone ads. FOR RENT—ROOMS. FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms in strictly modern house. Heat, elec trict light, bath, hot and cold water and telephone. Gentlemen preferred. Phone 560 or call 26 Avenue A West. FOR RENT—Modern rooms and board at Dunravan Place. 212 Third street. FOR RENT—Large modern furnished room. 823 Fifth street. FOR RENT—Furnished, large south room in new modern home. Hot and cold water, bath, excellent heat, phone and light—desirable neighbor hood. Phone 398-L. FOR~RENT Kufniihed rooms, with or without board. 803 Seventh St. I Save Half Alway pay for your want ad in advance. You save practic ally one-half the cost as we pre fer to give you this special rate rather than to spend it in book keeping. Read classified beading care fully. 4 jj Pay Want Ads in Advance ji FOR RENT—Furnished rooms in modern house. 46 Main street. Tel ephone 440L. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room at 400 Fourth street. FOR RENT—Rooms in the Dakota block. Phone 303. FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house. Phone 467 R. FOR RENT—Three partly furnished rooms. Possession given December 20th. 312 First street. Inquire at house. FOR RENT—FLATS. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room, flat, centrally located, to a couple. Phone 279-R, mornings. FOR RENT—Modern flat of three rooms, unfurnished. Hot water and heat. 415 Third street or Phone 589-K. SHOE REPAIRING. For good shoe repairing, phone 558-L. We will call for and deliver your work. Work guaranteed. ADVERTISED LIST. For the week ending Dec. 17, 1910: Anderson, Marthin. Anderson, A. Bosch, Karl. Bachem, Olaf. Benson, Ben. Calhoon, Alva. Czverinskl, Mrs. Anney. Connity, Hilmer (2). Davis, Bessie. Ferris, Mart. Gable, Mrs. Val. Guiseppe, Generosa, Givoni, Piva. Howard, Walter Jack, Conrad. Jacobs, Earl. Johnson, Mr. Mary. Kerby, Joseph. Lazoe, Pete. Lamson, E. K. Moffltt, Charles. Morrison, George E, Morrow, J. A. Olsen, Anna Rooe, W. Stamper, Acey. Slavens, W. E. Van Der Hayden, Miss E. E. Wyman, Mrs. Bessie. Walker, Mr (5) Wildon, John. Willard, Mrs. Kittie Wilmot, W. H. Young, Sawyer R. The above list will be held two weeks, after which it will be sent to the Dead Letter Office. A. G. PATTERSON, P. M. Tribune Want Ads Pay WACHTER Dray and Transfer Co. Dealer* A W O O a I E Drays furnished fer all purpesas DflA* IT0M6E 0. C. WACHTER MIME If •ISMARCK N. 0. 8LATTERY, GUNN o\ CO. Wholesale and Retail GROCERIES Dealers in Coal, Wood, Ice and Grain. Corner Third and Broadway BISMARCK, N. D. LOST AND FOUND. FOUND—Ladles' black, kid Virginia make, size 7, left Tribune Ad office. glove, hand. ROOM WANTED. WANTED—To rent,"a good furnished room in modern house. With or without board, during legislative session. Write Box 937, Minot, N. Dak. J-OR SALE—LIVE STOCK._ FOR SALE—Fresh milch cow. In quire at Gussner'3. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE—Some land 8 miles east of Beach and 1 to 6 miles north and east of Sentinel Butte. Also land at McHenry, which I can give go 0 deals on. Have improved and un improved. W. D. Forsyth, 623 Sixth street. WANTED TO BUY—Small second hand cook stove. Phone 303. FOR RENT—A bar-.n. Desirable lo cation. Apply 606 Eighth street AS YOU read this ad so will thous ands read your want ad if it is in the Tribune. FOR SALE—FARMS. IRRIGATED CALIFORNIA FARMS Pay 10 per cent down, the balance on the HALF CROP PAYMENT PLAN 40 and 80 acre farms in the famous Sacramento valley. Everything grows here that grows in California. Investigate/' SACRAMENTO VALLEY FARMS, 506 Citizens Bank Bldg., Aberdeen, S. D. FLORIDA LANDS. IF INTERESTED in Florida, ask us for'detailed information concerning a tract of fruit land in the highland lake region of Polk county, owned, vouched for and for sale by North Dakota business men who have spent five winters there and know intimately. Northern Immigration Association, Fargo, North Dakota. FOR SALE—HOUSES. FOR SALE—SmaiThouse with 100 feet of land, in best residence lo cality in city. A small amount of cash and easy, working man's pay ments takes this. Address or call on G. J. Keenan. SUMMONS—SERVICE BY PUBLICA TION. State of North Dakota, County of Burleigh. In Justice Court, before E. S. Pierce, Justice of the Peace Charles Glitschka, Plaintiff vs. E. W. Puis, Defendant. The State of North Dakota to E. W. Puis, said defendant. By this second summons herein you are directed to appear before me at my office in Bismarck, of the county of Burleigh, in this state, at 2 o'clock p. m. of the 7th day of January, 1911, there to answer the complaint of Charles Glitschka against you, alleg ing that yeo are indebeted to him in the sum of $40.35 for goods, wares ana merchandise sold to you at your spe cial interest and request and the sum of $12.10 on an account assigned to plaintiff by Glitschka Bros., the same being for meat sold to you by Glitsch ka i^ros. at your special instance and request and Frank Hageman. gar nishee in said action has disclosed personal property, consisting of fur niture, etc., in his possession situated in the house formerly occupied by de fendant on Third street, near Avenue A, in Bismarck, N. D., and demandisg judgment against said defendant in the sum of fifty-two dollars and forty five cents and isterest as shown in the complaint, besides the costs and dis bursements in the action, and that the furniture in the possession of the gar nishee, Frank Hageman, belonging to the defendant, be applied to the satis faction of plainti- claim. You are notified that unless you so appear and answer, the plaintiff will lake judgment against you according ly. Given this 8th day of December,' 1910 E. S. PIERCE, Justice of the Peace for Burleigh County. N. Dak. COCHRANE & BRADLEY, Attorneys, for Plaintiff, Bismarck, N. D. (12-20, 27 1-3.) Montevideo English. A letter from a concern in Monte video, South America, to a Chicago firm: "My dear sir: We know you ask for agents. We can offer you this. Our office has the representation many ar ticles we can offer the representation your's. We ought to know you we have placemen and gadders whose business is only to sell our articles. Our business is diffused till some bra silian villages where the american ar ticles are worth of the hinghest atten tion. Our mind is that, the diffuse of the news is the best middle for the know all things and we don't stop in middles for its circulation we have decided the appear of The Commercial Review next issue where you can be felow labourers and we with no one expenditure that is to say always you dispense us any cassines." We like "gadders," as applied to traveling men, don't you?—Chicago Tribune. A Nice Bull. An Irishman, quarreling with an Englishman, told him if he didn't hold his tongue he would "break bis im penetrable head and Jet the brains out of his empty skull." BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE Supreme Court V»J^»^#^^*'#^#^^^**^^*^»^*^»*^^*«#'#J C. H. Baker, plaintiff and respondent, vs. The City Council of the City of LaMoure, et al., defendant and ap pellant. 1. A real estate owner whose prop erly is about to be assessed to pay for a sewer in an amount in excess of the sum justly due for that improve ment under contract between the city and the contractor, may restrain the officers of the city from leaving such assessment against his property. 2. Under section 2787 and 2S00, R. C, 1905, the certificate of tl city en gineer that the work has been com pleted in accordance with the con tract is essential before the city offi cers can properly levy assessments against individual property for the payment of the cost of the sewer. 3. Where a city and a contractor enter into a contract for the construc tion of a sewer and said contract spec ifies that the work must be done to the satisfaction of the city engineer, such provision is binding upon the city and the contractor, and the city will be restrained from levying assessment ag?inst individual property where the city engineer, in good faith, refuses to approve of the contractor's work. 4. The fact that the supervising engineer was appointed by the council especially to superintend the building of a sewer, there being no city en gineer, does noL affect the question of the binding effect of the contract or the application of the statutes to that question. Syllabus by the court. Appeal from the district court of LaMoure county, Burke, J. Action for a permanent injunction. Demurrer to complaint overruled. De fendant appeals. Affirmed. John Knauf, attorney lor respond ent. 5. (1. Roberts and W. 11. Hutchin son, city attorney of LaMoure, attor neys for appellants. Opinion of the court by Morgan, C. J„ all concurring. Special discounts on all gents' fur nishing goods at Hoover & Eppinger's. LIVE STOCK. St. Paul Cattle. _______ Receipts 1.100 10 to l.'i cents higher Steers 4.00 to 5.50. Cows and heifers 2.50 ID 4.50. Calves 2.75 to 7 00. Stockers and feeders 2.75 to 4.75. Hogs. Receipts 4,100 5 to 10 cents higher Range 7.45 to 7.60. Bulk of sales 7.50 to 7.55. Sheep Receipts 1,400 stead. Chicago Cattle. Receipts 19,000 market 10 to 20 cents higher. Beeves 4.o5 to 7.55. Texas steers 4.10 to 5.25. Western steers 4.10 to 5.90. Stockers and feeders 3.35 to 5.80. Cows and heifers 2.40 to 6.10. Calves 7.25 to 9.25. Hogs. Receipts 33,000 market weak to 5 cents lower than early. Light 7.35 to 7.70. Mixed 7.35 to 7.75. Rough 7.35 to 7.50. Good to ihoice heavy 7.50 to 7.75. Pigs 6.80 to 7.75. Bulk of sales 7.55 to 7.70. Sheep. Receipts 26.000 market strong. Native 2.50 to 4 40. Western 2.65 to 4.40. Yearlings 4 40 to 5.75. Lambs, native. 4.25 to 6.40. Western 4.50 to 6.35. GRAIN. Chicago Wheat. Close, December 90 7-8 May 95 7-8. July 92 7-8 to 93. Corn. December 45 1-4 to 45 3-8. May 47 1-8 to 47 1-4. July 47 7-8 to 48. Oats. December 31 1-4. May 33 7-8 Minneapolis Wheat. Close, December 99 5-8 to 99 3-4. May 102 1-2 to 102 5-8. July 103 1-2 to 103 5-8. Cash, No. 1 hard 102 1-8. No 1 Northern 100 5-8 to 101 5-8. No.' 2 Northern 98 to 100 1-8. No. 3 wheat 96 to 99. Bran. Bran 21.00 to 21.50. Flour. First patents 4.65 to 5.15. Second patents 4.55 to 5.05. First clears 3 10 to 3.45. Second clears 2.05 to 2.65. Duluth Wheat. Close, wheat on track: No 1 hard 102 5-8. No.' 1 Northern 101 5-8. No. 2 Northern 98 5-8 to 99 5-8. To arrive, No. 1 Northern 101 5-8 No. 2 Northern 98 5-8 to 99 5-8. December 100 1-8. nominal May 104 1-8 "sked. Durum. On track, in store and to arrive: No. 1 84 3-8. No. 2 82 3-8 December 84 3-8, nominal. May 88 3-8 asked. Flax. On track and to arrive, 2.33. Decembeh 2.32 asked. May 2.37 asked. Oats. Oats 30 7-8 MONEY. New York. Dec. 19.—Money on call stead. 3 to 3 1-2 per cent. Ruling rate 3 3-8 per cent. Closing bid 3 1-4 per cent Offered 3 3-8 per cent. Time loans weaker 60 days and 90 days 3 3-4 to 4 per cent six months 3 3-4 per cent. FARMERS BUILD A DANCE DALl Bowman, N. D., Dec. 19.—George Max, who has a claim near the Wil let ranch, in the Cave Hills, was a caller in the village Wednesday. Mr. Max says that the farmers in his vi cinity are building a large hall 35x 60, for dancing and other social af fairs. This hall will cost around $700 and is being built by popular sub scription. A series of dances and oth er social festivities will be held there as scon as it is completed. BUILDING I'lll Washburn Leader: From reports considerable railroad building will be done next year. The Northern Pacific will build west from Turtle Lake, and complete the line north from Mandan the Soo may complete its new line from Drake to Medford. All building was stopped this summer, but it looks as though all work will be resumed early next spring. POSTOFFICE CLOSED ACCOUNT DIPTHERIA Washburn. N. D., Dec. 19.—The postoffice at Butte in Oliver county has been closed for a while until a diphtheria patient in the building re covers. The mail 13 being handled at the Sanger office during the quaran tine. SEN. HANSBROUGH GUEST OF HONOR Devils Lake, N. D., Dee. 19—Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Kerlin were host and hos tess last evening at. Hotel Sevilla in honor of Senator H. C. Hansbrough, who left last night for Minneapolis, to spend the holidays. The pleasure was in the nature of a handsomely ap pointed 6 o'clock goose dinner. Cov ers were laid for eight and the guests were Senator Hansbrough, .Mrs. Mary Ueade, Miss Eleanor Norton, Mr. E. J. Chamberlain, Miss Mary 10. Nor ton and Mr. Arthur Keade. TAXES IN WEST MAKE N.D. LOOK CHEAP Minot, N. D., Dec. 19.—There are a few people in the Magic City who be lieve taxes are unusually high at Mi not. l'p to yesterday J. H. Tompkins was slightly inclined to be of the num ber. This morning's mail, however, served to change Mr. Tompkins' ideas on trie subject, anil he is now a firm believer that there are other places jus! as bad as Minot—only more so. The reason of Mr. Tompkins' sudden change of opinion is that he received amongst other sundry communications this morning a tax bill from the city of Tacoma, Washington, said tax bill being for a special grading assessment and amounting to .f-tl4.5S on two lots located two miles from the business center of the town. Inasmuch as ho has not yet received his regular tax bill from the same city, he is now wondering how much he would still owe Tacoma providing he were to sell the lots and turn the proceeds over to the city Relative to taxes it might be said that far western real es tate has lost its lure to Mr. Tomnkins. CHANCE There is an clement of chance in a good many of life's phases. But there is no chance in a savings ac count. You are sure to win. Open a savings account with us now. $1.00 opens an account. We pay 4 per cent interest compounded every three months. TliE CITY NATIONAL BANK OF BISMARCK. See the Two Colemans in their new act tonight at the Grand, introducing the smallest grand piano in the world 'WLgW. EMMA ©i^FALK.N.Y. ADVERTJSF DAIIY israBB SUNDAY «*m«* iw* gSBimiw* \m~». -ll.jST ino*r' vfc & $ EMMA EAMES AND EMILiO GOGORZA EN GAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Paris, Dee. 16.—The reported en gagement, of Emma Kiuni's and lOmilio (logorza, th baritone, who lived many years in New York, but who is now a naturalized Frenchman, is causing much talk in the artistic circles here. In the spring of 1909 hhnilio logorza's wife, Elsa, sued for JI separation from her husband. Emma Karnes Mas re ferred to in the suit as "a prominent opera singer with whom (logorza is now on tour" for whom the baritone BRADDOCK FARMERS CAN'T SELL GRAIN llraddock News: There is consid erable threshing to do yet in this district and grain for sale in the liaiids of fanners. It seems too bad that there is no elevator open in this village. Helen, the 12-year-old daughter of y\r. and Mrs. !. 11. lOaston, was taken seriously sick last week and a l!is marck doctor was called in consulta tion with Dr. Campbell. Tuesday she \v is taken to M.-iinarek where an op eration was performed for an absess being accompanied to that city by Dr. Campbell, her mother and sister, -Miss Hi.zel. Late r. ports indicate that she is in a serious condition. While loading hojw into a wagon, Julmar Sundahl, living north of Kin lyre, was severely bitten below the & yy yfcs i#££ xV'-C-. 8ev«n had conceived a "insicl infatuation." Later Mine, (logorza sued Mme Fames for $5(1.(1(10 for alienation of her husband's affections. She made no allegation of improper conduct against the two singers, intimating that it was an artistic attachment solely. Mine Fames did not comment on the suit for publication. Nothing has been heard of the suits since. Emma Fames and Julian Story were divorced in the spring of 1907. Story is married again. ^*^#^^sr^#^^y^^»^^»^^^^^^^^^^^^#^#^^#^#^^»^#^#^^^^^^#^#^#t left eye by one of the animals. Fear ing blood poisoning he left yester day for Minneapolis where he will consult a specialist. GOOD CLOTHING. Your Unrestricted choice of any winter suit or overcoat in the house at 20 per cent discount. Get our spe cial bargains and save money. HOOVER A EPPINGER. SHOP EARLY. Christ mas shoupers will avoid the jams, crowded aisles and picked over goods by early shopping. Watch the Tribune for the timely sales and best bargains offered. Its an accurate guide. (Ylery iiearis at Uo cents per dozen al (lussner's. New line of Pictures just received I at Field's. Main and Third street. I I The best of ah for Xmas— John son's Candy. Reeves & Sclvig. Temporary Heat Quickly Did you ever stop to think of the many ways in which a perfect oil heater is of value? If you want to sleep with your win dow open in winter, you can get sufficient heat from an oil heater while you undress at night, and then turn it off. Apply a match in the morning, when you get out of bed, and you have heat while you dress. Those who have to eat an early breakfast before the stove is radiating heat can get Immediate warmth from an oil heater, and then turn it off. The girl who practices on the piano In a cold room in the morning can have warmth from an oil heater while she plays, and then turn it off. The member of the family who has to walk the floor on a cold win ter's night with a restless baby can get temporary heat with an oil heater, and then turn it off. The BFECTIO' SMOKELESS nross Absolutely smokeless and odorless Is Invaluable in its capacity of quickly giving heat. Apply a match and it Is !m« mediately at work, it will burn for nine hours without refilling. It is safe, smokeless and odorless. It has a damper top and a cool handle. An indicator always shows the amount of oi! in the font. It has an a to a in Slam re a which prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and is easy to remove and drop back so that the wick can be cleaned in an instant. The burner body or gallery car.not become wedged, and can be quickly unscrewed for rewicking. Finished, in japan or nickel, strong, durable, well* made, built for service, and yet light and ornamental. Dtalirs Everywhere. If net at yours, mite for descriptive circular to the nearest agency of the Standard Gil Company (Incorporated) i!£\ e-vrwN & $ 'A 'm *s: '4& 5i% With the coming of the legislative session comes an unusual demand for rooms, flats and board. Tour spare room will earn several convenient dollars with practically no additional expense. Why not have it? Tribune want ads quickly guide the applicant to your home the rate? Only a cent per word the first time, and a half cent thereafter—when paid in advance. Count your words and bring cr send us the ad—while results are certain WANT ADS CREATE DOLLARS. i»' •sy. t$f*