WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1911
BOY wanted at the Western Union.
WANTED—Four first-class finishers.
John L. Larson.
WANTED—First-class shoe repairer
at Henry Burman's shoe shop.
Nothing but first-class man need
WANTED—Men to clear brush land
Good accommodations. George
HELP WANTED—f EM ALE.
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Mrs. D. K. Brightbill, 1006
WANTED—Girl for housework. Ap
ply Mrs. George Stables, 302 Ave
nue D. Phone 405.
GIRL WANTED—School girl, 12 to
15 years old, to care for two chil
dren occasionally evenings. Phone
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Call 104 Ave. A, Mrs. H. R.
Berndt, phone 351R.
WANTED—I want a woman house
keeper, would prefer man and his
wife. Nice modern home. Quick.
See owner for arrangements. H.
L. Reade, phone Union Merc. Ca.
FOR SALE—A few choice lots near
water and sewer line for $75 each.
Perfect titles. Block of lots $150.
Block of 24 lots $285. J. S. Knauss.
FOR SALE—We have for sale the
most desirable lots in all parts of
Bismarck at lowest prices. Harvey
Harris & Co. First National Bank
FOR RENT—An eight room modern
house. Possession given at once.
Harvey Harris & Co.
FOR RENT—An 8 room furnished or
unfurnished hou3e, modern, for the
winter or six months, 418 First St.,
FOR RENT—Modern house. Apply
J. L. Bell.
FOR RENT—Five room flat, mod
ern, call 524R.
FOR RENT—Unfurnished flat of six
rooms at 212 Fourth street. Ap
ply to Lahr oMtor Sales company.
FOR RENT—Modern house, phone
Bids will be received in the office
of the city auditor of the city of Bis
marck up «to 8 o'clock P. M. of Mon
day, October 23. 1911, for the fur
nhhment to the city of Bismarck of
the following described furnishings
for the vault in the office of the city
auditor in the new municipal build
Steel or other metal fixtures, Globe
Wernicke or equal.
3 No. 2 T. Tops.
9 No. 126 D. Units (54 document
3 No. 245 Units (15 Roller Slides—
6 end openings).
3 No. 6 B. Bases.
The Board of City Commissioners
reserves the right to reject any or
By order of the Citv Commission.
R. H. THISTLETHWAITE,
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE 8ALE
Notice is hereby given that that
certain mortgage executed and de
livered by Fred Hoge and Albertina
Hoge (husband and wife), mortgagors,
to A. W. Lucas, Mortgagee dated the
23rd day of March, 1907, and filed
for record in the office of the register
of deeds of the county of Burleigh and
State of North Dakota, on the 27th
day of March, 1907, and recorded in
Book 35 of Mortgages, at page 31,
Want ads are ONE CENT A WORD EACH DAY (one-half cent aword each subsequent insertion ONLY
WHEN PAID CASH IN ADVANCE). Minimum charge 25c. Ads sent to us with promises to pay, or phoned
in will not be Inserted except where you carry an account on our ledger and pay monthly, as the amounts
are too small to pay for the cost of collection. Each initial, numbef and figure count one word. Always
pay cash in advance and secure the half rate. Phone 32.
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room.
400 4th St.
FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms
close in. 311 4th St., phone 325,
Mrs. J. H. Marshall.
FOR RENT—Large room in modern
house, 423 Fourth St.
FOR RENT—Modern house, phone
at 114 Main
FOR RENT—Two suites of rooms in
FOR RENT—2 or 3 ooms for light
housekeeping. Phone 212J or call
38 Main St.
FOR RENT—Two furnished, room*,
$12 and $16 per month. Mrs. L.
Sell, Phone 206M.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms in Da
kota block. Phone 303.
FOR RE NT Pleasantly furnished
room, modern conveniences, 322
Second street, phone 544L.
FOR RENT—Two or three rooms for
light housekeeping. Phone 212
or call 38 Main street.
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room,
307 Fourth St.
FOR RENT—Modern rooms ««nd board
at Dunraven Place. 212 3rd at. phone
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room,
220 4th street.
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms at the
Dewey house, 112 Second street.
WANTED—Any one wanting board
and room call at 118 First street.
FOR RENT—Front office room on 4th
street, apply to Knowles & Haney.
FOR SALE—Choice farm lands near
Bismarck at lowest prices. Harvey
Harris & Co., First National Bank
FOR SALE—One quarter section of
choice land, two miles from Bis
marck, $25.50 per acre. Inquire or
S. S. Clifford, Bismarck.
FOR SALE—One-half section of im
proved farm land in Burleigh coun
ty. Call or address Marcus A Ed
berg. Bismarck. N. D.
FOR RENT—A cottage of three
rooms, with pantry, clothes closet
and city water. 312 First street.
will be foreclosed by a sale of the
premises in such mortgage and here
inafter described, at the front door
of the court house in the county of
Burleigh and State of North Dakota,
at the hour of ten o'clock A. M., on
the 24th day of November, 1911, to
satisfy the amount due upon such
mortgage on the day of sale.
The premises described insuch
mortgage and which will be sold to
satisfy the same, are described as
follows: The northwest quarter
(N. W. of section twenty-four
(24), township one hundred and forty
(140), north, Range eighty (80), west
of the Fifth (5) Principal Meridian,
according to the government survey
There will be due on such mortgage
at the date of sale the sum of $2,569..
Dated at Bismarck, N. D., October
A. W. LUCAS.
COCHRANE & BRADLEY,
Attorneys for Mortgagee.
(Pub. Oct. 11, 18, 25 Nov. 1, 8, 16.)
ANSWERING WANT ADS
Will keep you up to date—keep 4
you near to the life of the city.
WANTED—Two or three rooms for
ltght housekeeping. Phone 288L.
STRAYED, RUN AWAY—Two red
pigs, weight about 75 pounds each.
Anton Christ. 14th St.
FOR SALE—B'ase Burner in excellent
condition. Phone 481Y.
FOR SALE—7500 acres of land, 2
miles from R. R. under alfalfa
cuts 3 crops annually, 5 tons per
acre under fence 50-year-old water
right to be subdivided. If you are
looking for good farming land come
to see this tract before the choice
land is sold. $30 to $105 per acre.
If you are interested, come or wrife
J. M. Benton, Jr., Wellington, Nev.
FOR SALE—Poultry. Also some fine
cockrels. White Orpington and
Rhode Island Reds. A. F. Marquette
Phone 300R, Bismarck, N. D.
BIG LIST of City property and Bur
leigh county farm land3 for sale
I also write fire insurance. F. E.
Young, First Nafl Bank Bldg.
WANTED—Sewing of all kinds,
prices most reasonable. Mrs. Jones
623 Second St. Phone 152Z.
DRESSMAKING, all kinds. Phone
440K. 119 Mandan Ave.
WANTED—Sewing of all kinds rates
reasonable. 312 Fourth street. Phone
FOR SALE—A $60 hard coal burner,
fine condition, large size, for $25
if taken at once. I need the room.
220 Fourth street
WANTED—Sewing of all kinds rates
reasonable. 312 Fourth street.
FOR SALE—Corn Fodder, delivered
in town. Telephone 511 or see
Coonen at Coonen's Cafe.
'OR SALE—At great bargain if sold
soon. Section 3 and 13. Township
141, Range 81, Oliver county. Near
station and rivar. Address B. F.
Yo3t, Bismarck, N. D.
FOR SALE CHEAP—Strictly new
New Style Remington Typewriter.
Address P. O. Box 22. Bismarck.
WANTED—Good Dakota land. Have
280 acres fine prairie farm in set
tled country, only two miles to town,
church, schools and railroad, in
Sherburne county, Minn., will sell
or trade, only 5 per cent and long
time given, write Frank Pouska,
Ft. Atkinson, Iowa.
KILL SHARKS FO FUN.
Kanakas Can Whip tho Man Eaters In
a Fair Fight.
In the Pacific uceun lives a race of
men who outswim lish uud who can
I kill man eatiuc sharks in a fair fight.
They are Kanakas. ih« seamen who
are natives of the Hawaiian Islands.
"A native can whip a shark because
he can outswim bim." states an Amer
ican who has been living in tli« islands
many years. "1 never heard of a na
tive being injured by a shark, and
I there is a superstitition amoug them
that a shark is afraid of a Kanaka and
will refuse to fight. This is not true.
I however, and grew out of the fact that
a native always whips a shark. A
Kanaka will spy a shark and, taking
a knife between his teeth, dive in after
him. It is a fair fight, because the
shark has teeth that are as deadly as
the knife. The shark will make for
the swimmer, and when it is in range
will flop suddenly on its side, which
position is necessary before it can use
Its powerful jaws to crash an enemy.
As the shark turns the native will sink
rapidly and come up and rip the crea
tore open with a quick slash of the
knife. Sometimes they will avoid* the
shark time after time, cutting it on
the nose and pricking It to arouse its
"For excitement It outthrllls a bull
fight"—Detroit Free Press.
Lettres de Cachet.
Lettres de cachet was the name giv
en in France to warrants sealed with
the king's seal ordering persons to be
thrown Into prison or exiled. The
first came into use about 1670 and
shortly became one of the popular ter
rors of France. It is said that no less
than 9,000 lettres de cachet were Is
sued during the reign of Louis XIV.
and 80.000 during the reign of Louis
XV. In many cases these terrible doc
uments were secretly sold and used
as a source of illicit revenue. They
were frequently signed in blank, and
the holder of one of these royal ter
rors could write In the name of any
person against whom be happened to
have a grudge. The national assem
bly abolished this iniquitous privilege
of Issuing lettres de cachet on Nov. 1,
The Mandrake Legend.
There is an old legend connected with
the mandrake which states that when
the plant is uprooted it utters a pierc
ing cry. The forked tubers bear a
fantastic resemblance to the body and
legs of a man. and from this fancied
likeness there grew the belief which
was widespread during the middle
bISMAKOK DAILY TRIBUNE
MASTERS OF CHESS.
8am* of the Greatest Blindfolded
Players of the Past.
Playing at chess without seeing the
board is a much .older accomplishment
than is generally known even among
chess players. Buzecca, an Italian, as
early as 1266 played three games at
once, looking at one board, but not at
the other two. His three competitors
were skilled in the game, but he won
two games and made draw of the
third. Ruy Lopez, whose name has
been given to an opening Mangiolini,
Terone Medrano. Leonardi da Cutis.
Paoli Boi, Salvia and others who lived
between the thirteenth and seven
teenth centuries were able to play the
game without seeing the boaru. Father
Sacchieri of Pavia early in the eight
eenth century played three games at
once against three players without see
ing any of the boards.
It remained for Phillidor, the great
est genius at chess known up to his
time, to play blindfolded in England in
17S3 against three of the best players
then living, winning two games and
drawing the third, surprising his an
tagonists and the throng of onlookers
by keeping up a lively conversation all
the while. Phillidor's achievement as
to the number of simultaneous games
has been far outdone by Paul Morpny.
Paulsen, Blackburne and several of
their successors. But Phillidor, lively
Frenchman that he was, still holds the
palm as a conversationalist and player
at the same time.
Phillidor was the assumed name of
Francois Andre Danican, born at
Dreux in 1726. He was educated as a
court musician for Louis XIV. He com
posed music to Dryden's "Alexander's
Feast" and to many operas, all long
since forgotten. Dunican's fame does
not live in music, but as Phillidor, the
chess player. As a chess player he vis
ited Holland, Germany and England.
In 1749, while in England, he published
his "Analysis of Chess," a work which
has taken its place among the classics
of the game. He died in England Aug.
HIS UNIQUE ANTIQUES.
They Were Sold One by One, Yet the
Set Remained Intact.
An old curiosity dealer of Paris re
cently found a new snare for the eter
nally guileless amateur. He put in his
window five dolls dressed in vaguely
medieval clothes. Collector No. 1 came
in and asked to buy one of them. The
dealer could not divide the lots, as they
were a valuable set, representing the
five senses. After long persuasion the
amateur at last carried one off at a
Collector No. 2 followed. Could he
have one of the dolls? "Out of the
question, sir a most valuable set, rep
resenting the four seasons." After
more long persuasion and at a still
longer price one of the dolls was sold.
When amateur No. 3 called the three
dolls were the three graces, a most
valuable set, which could not be di
vided. By offering an enormous sum
he carried off one of them.
Amateur No. 4 called and wanted to
buy one of the two dolls. What was
monsieur actually proposing? The two
dolls were Adam and Eve, sculptured
and dressed by some forgotten medie
val artist. The pair could not possibly
be parted. The collector eventually
carried off Adam for a gigantic suny
Amateur No. 5 called and asked: "How
much for that curio? Evidently an odd
one of a set."
"An odd one of a set!" screamed the
dealer. "It is a unique piece. Does
not monsieur perceive that it repre
sents Agnes Sorel, the favorite of
Charles VII.?" And the amateur se
cured the uniquo piece for a fabulous
amount.—Paris Cor. London Telegraph.
He Wat Observant.
The supervisor of a school was try
ing to prove that children are lacking
in observation. To the children he
said. "Now. children, tell me a num
ber to put on the board."
Some child said "Thirty-six." The
supervisor wrote sixty-three.
He asked for another number, and
seventy-six was given. He wrote six
When a third number was asked a
child who apparently had paid no at
tention called out:
"Theventy-theven. Change that, you
Fish at Billingsgate.
Fish Is sold in London shops at a
stated price per pound, but the retailer
in getting his supplies from Billings
gate has to purchase each kind by a
separate weight or measurement. He
buys soles by the pound, plaice by the
stone, mackerel by the sixty, cod by
the box, eels by the draught, haddocks
by the steamer trunk, crabs by the
barrel, lobsters by the score, white
bait by the quart and periwinkles by
the hundredweight.—London Globe.
The Proper Place.
"I understand that the leading lady
and the prima donna had a violent
"How did they settle it?"
"Oh. they went to their dressing
rooms and made up."—Woman's Home
"Do you think you will like married
life as well as you do your club, dear?"
"Yes. quite sure, darling."
"Are you so very fond of your club?"
"Xot very, darling.'*
A Delightful Metaphor.
"Now." said a famous Irish speaker
In a political debate. "I come to dan
gerous ground. In fact, I know I Jiin
skating on the thin ice of a burning
IIN TH E
BlfMARCK LODGE, No. 5, A. F. ft A
M. Meets first and third Mon
days in each month at Masonic
hall. A. P. Lenhart, W. J. A
TANCRED COMMANDRY NO. 1. Bur
Finney, E. G. W. Wolbert, R#
corder regular meeting first anc
third Thursday of each mosth.
O. E. S.
BISMARCK CHAPTER, No. 11, meets
first and third Fridays in eact
month i-.t Masonic hail. Mrs. Gract
French, W. M.i Mrs. Gertrude Mil
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
ST. ELMO LODGE, No. 4. Meett
each Wednesday evening at K.
hall. E. M. Thompson, C.
Thompson, K. of R. & S.
LINCOLN TEMPLE, No. !. Meett
second and fourth Thurscuws eact
month at K. P. hall. Mrs. 2.
Vigness, M. E. C, Mrs. Nellie Ev
arts, M. of R. & C.
L. O. O. M.
BISMARCK LODGE NO. 14.—Loyal
Order of Moose. Regular meetings
every first and third Monday even
iugs of each month. Charles Fish
er, dictator S. E. Register, secre.
tary. Visiting members welcome
M. W. A.
BISMARCK CAMP, No. 1164. M. W
A. Meets tie second and fourth
Tuesdays in each month. Lutbei
Hook, V. Ci. W. F. Jones Clerk
A FRATERNAL, LIFE AND ACCI
dent insurance organization. Meets
the fourth Tuesday in each month
.n the K. P. hill. J. M. Belk,
foreman Elsie McDonald, master
of accounts Elizabeth Belk, cor
I. O. O. F.
CAPITAL CITY LODGE No. 2. meets
every Thursday evening at Odd Fel
lows' hall. O. H. Benson, N. G.,
Aog. Watz, V. G., Clough, sec
retary, Dell B. Shaw, treasurer.
NICHOLSON LODGE, No. 40. Meets
the first and third Wednesdays in
each month in Odd Fellows hall.
Elizabeth Belk, N. Mrs. Nellie
M. B. A.
M. B. A. Meets second and fourth
Wednesday of month at Odd Fel.
lews hall. Grant Marsh, president
George A. LaLone, secretary.
ST. CLEMENS COURT 747.
CATHOLIC ORDER OF FOREST
ers. Meets, every sedond and
fourth Wednesday. All visiting
members invited. F. Jaszkowiak,
C. R. Anton Beer, S. R.
COMMERCIAL CLUB OF BISMARCK
Regular meeting of club member
ship the first Tuesday in each
month regular meeting of board of
directors lie first Friday of eacb
month, at Commercial club rooms
Third street. Geo. A. Welch, presi
dent A. B. Welch, secretary.
I. O. OF F.
COURT BISMARCK, No. 887. Meets
every fourth Thursday in eac
month pt Odd Fellows hall. Jo'ua
Ycgen, C. ii. D. Hoskins, I». S.
I. W. Healy, F. S.
8. r. O. E. No. 1199 meet at Elks'
hall first and third Fridays of the
month. Visiting brotherr welcome.
R. L. Best, E. R. Carl Pederson.
TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION NO. 140.
Meets first Sunday in each montb
at 3 p. m, Gus Syvertson, presl
dent H. C. Hines, secretary.
CAPITAL CITY HOMESTEAD, No.
300. Meets second and fourth Fri
days of the month at I. O. O. F.
hall at 8 p. m. John. A. Larvau,
president J. C. Whitted. secretary
K. O. T. M. Meets every first aad
third Thursday of each month at
8 o'clock p. m., at I. O. O. F. hall
Visiting members cordially Invited
D. C. Ramp, commander Ericr
Erickson, record keeper.
[TNITED BROTHERHOOD OT CAR
penters and Joiners, No. 1118
Meets every Thursday evening ai
Kuntz's hall. All brothers cordi.
ally invited to meet with us.
B. French, president John Danrot.
treasurer W. G. Gorsuch, secretary.
Fred Anderson, financial secretary
G. A. R.
JAMES B. MJPHERSON POST, No.
2, Department of North Dakot?
Grand Army of the Republic. Meett
at their rooms in the Armory or
the .tecond and fourth Thursdays
of each month. John W. Millett
commander* A. D. Cordnor, adju
A. C. U. W.
BISMARCK LODGE, No. 120. Meet*
the first and third Tuesdays at
Baker Hall at 8 o'clock. C. T.
Wyncoop, M. W. Bradley C. Marks,
ENGLAND Auto Line
GEORGE GARDNER, Prop.
Operated in Connection with
Hotel Gardner, of
Trips Daily Between
New England and
Leaves Dickinson, 9 a. m. and
4 p. m.
Leaves New England 12
noon, and 6:30 p. m.
$2.00 Per Day House
Headquarters for Commer
of the United States'
Q. W. WOLBERT
Agency Manager for Western
Office In Webb Block f»honeIS80
BISMARCK, N. DAK.
Live Agent Wanted in Every Tows
Paper Hanging, Painting.
Cor. Sweet and 7th Streets, South
THE PLACE TO EAT
open Night and Day
One and One-half Block East of
Grand Pacific Hotel on Broadway
The W. H. Adler rooming
house 108 First Ave. N. E.
Mandan, N. D.
For sale or trade for land.
Always full and a paying
proposition central loca
tion— next door to Opera
House. Owner is sick and
must sacrifice. A bargain for
live party. Write at once
Who formerly worked at Carl
Juhnke's store has opened a re
pair shop of his own in the Stew
art Building !on Broadway, back
of Kupitz store. He has modern
equipment for doing everything
in shoe repairing.
All Work Guaranteed
Millions—Do you think you will
learn to like your titled eon-in-law?
Billions-I don't know. I can't tell
where to place him in my expense ac
count. Fl»» is neither recreation cor
Professional and Business
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THE BURLEIGH COUNTY AB
lAga? Abstracters for Burleigh
County. Under Bond of $10,009
CITY NATIONAL BANK BLK.
CITY NATIONAL BANK BLK.
B. E. JONES.
New York Life Insurance Ce.
Write for particulars concern
CITY NATIONAL BANK Bld|.
Bismarck, N. O.,
Auditing Books and Installing
BISMARCK, NO. DAK.
P. E. BYRNE,
Official Abstractor of Title* tor
Bismarck, N. D.
First Natioaal Baa*.
Bism. ck. N. D.
Slattery, Gunn & Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Coal, Wood, Ice
raird and Broadway
BISMARCK, N. D.
CMS. 6RIFFEE Prop.
Best and Fastest Service
in the City
Same as Hack Lines
rf *f Tt
Day Phone 50
Night Phone 543R or 165
SHOE SOLES AND
When worn have new ones put on.
Doubles the life of your shoes.
The guarantee of satisfaction with
every pair repaired by
THE OLD RELIABLE SHOEMAN
1 Licensed Embalmer
Phone 100, Day or. Night
Main ft Third St. Bismarck
New Livery and
No Ope for Business
Phone 10 116 2nd St.
For Hack Orders After
11 p. m. Phone 113
Your Patronage Appreciated
Chas. White & Co.
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