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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 10. 1911.
pay cash in advance and secure the half rate. Phone 32. HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED—A farm hand. H. E. Rob inson, 11 miles south of Mandan. HELP WANTED—f EM ALE. WANTED^Experienced book keeper and accountant desires work even ings. Addrese Bookkeeper, care Tribune. v. A tD—Dithwaaher at Homan's ..Cafe GIRL wanted for general housework. Mrs. Frank Harris. 607 Sixth street. WANTED—Girl for general Souse work. Call 104 Ave. A, Mrs. H. R. Berndt, phone 351R. FOR RENT—HOUSES. FOR RENT—4-room house, corner of 11th and Broadway. Phone 407. FOR RENT—An eight room modern house. Possession given at once. Harvey Harris ft Co FOR RENT—Six-room house on Third street, $15 per month. Inquire of C. A. Burton. FOR RENT—The Little Beauty home at 801 7th street, furnished or un furnished, after November 1st. M. A Edburg. FOR-RENT—Six room house, bath and lights. See D. J. McGlllis. FOR RENT—A five-room cottage, city water, furnace heatj[ etc. AppJy 1200 Broadway. FOR RENT—Store room and rooming house. 114 Main street FOR RENT—A modern cottage also an up-to-the-minute flat. Both cen trally located. Postofflce Box 292. FOR 8ALE—LAND. FOR SALE—One-half section of lm proved farm land In Burleigh coun ty. Call or address Marcus A Ed berr. Bismarck. N. D. FOR 8ALE—HOUSE^ FOR SALE—New house and 3 lots, 50x75 feet, on west end of Thayer street. Inquire of G. Buckley. ROOM8 WANTED. WANTED—To Rent—A 3 or 4 room furnished heated flat for the winter. P. O. Box, 634, Mandan, N. D. Persia's Pipe Guard'an. The qupi) of pipes Belongs to 'lie •hah of Persia. Why is the great chiet taln of pipes «iueen* Probably be cause pipe is a feminine noun in French. The little shah's pipe was smoked ly his father before him, and by his uncle, and by his grandfather, and bow many more of the rulers of Darius' kingdom we know not. The pipe is adorned with all kinds of pre cious stones and is said to be worth £10,000. It is constantly guarded by a high court functionary, whose duties allow him as much leisure as the super intendent of the Persian arsenal, but as there is no arsenal in Persia so the extent of the sinecure may be Judged. Still, this functionary is responsible This Is how his office was created: Once a grand vizier was found trying to pry out a stone from the pipe with his poniard. Then the office of guard Ian of the imperial pipe was created. What became of the grand vizier is not recorded.—London Globe. Punishment. "Has Tommie been a good boy since Pre been out?" said the mother., "No, he hasn't," replied the father. "Did you punish him?" "No." "Oh. yes, yon did, pop! Don't yep remember yoo sans to me?" came from the bo^-Yonkers Statesman. w-«* --i- .«. OMTC rii'NT A WORD EACH DAY (one-half cent aword each subsequent insertion ONLY S a S Ads sent to us with promises to pay or phoned w«?™t halnJertedI excent where you carry an account on our ledger and pay monthly, as the amounts FOR RENT—ROOMS. FOR RENT—Unfurnished rooms, elec tric light, steam heat and water, at 212 Fourth St., Lahr Motor Sales Company. FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms 422 3rd street. Phone 332R. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished mod ern rooms for gentlemen. 506 Third street. FOR RENT—Two more rooms in the Hare Block. FOR RENT—Furnished room, suitable for two. Reasonable price, 319 4th St. FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms close in. 311 4th St., phone 325, Mrs. J. H. Marshall. FOR RENT—Large front room. Mod ern improvements. Inquire 422 5th street. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping and lodging Phone 303. FOR RENT—Three rooms for light housekeeping.and one for bedroom. Phone 73K, 561 Third street. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room, 307 Fourth SL FOR RENT—Modern rooms and board at Dunraven Place. 212 3rd st. phone 122. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room, 220 4th street. FOR RENT—Front office room on 4th street, apply to Knowles & Haney. L08T AND FOUND. LO T—Violet pin in pink and green French enamel, witL small diamond center. Finder return to Odessa Williams, 722 Seventh St. Reward 4 ANSWERING WANT ADS Will keep you up to date—keep you near te the life of the city. MT I N ICE. Wonderful Pahrae That Waa BuiR by Czarina Anne ef Russia. The nee of ice for architectural pnr njae* la an art that has been carried ls a high state of perfection in north' an countries, and some almost incred ible feats have been accomplished in thia cartons branch of industry. Probably the most remarkable build fesff constructed wholly of ice was the palace built on the Neva by Czarina 'Ann* of Russia in 1739. The first at tempt to construct this building was mnsnccessful, aa the slabs of ice were too thin and the building collapsed in the first thaw. Subsequently large blocks of ice were cut and squared with great care and laia on one an other by skillful masons, who cement ed the joints with water, which imme diately froze. The building when com pleted was fifty-sis feet long, seven teen and a half broad and twenty-one high. It was of but one story. The facade contained a door surmounted by an ornamental pediment and six windows, the frames and panes of which were ail of ice. An elaborate balustrade, adorned with statues, ran along the top of the facade, and an other balustrade surrounded the build-, tag at the level of the ground. The side entrances to the Inclosure were flanked with pillars supporting Urns, tht^jat IT'S NOT MERE WHIM OR CAPRICE IT'S SIMPLY HUMAN NATURE TO BE Always Wanting Something And it's a sign of good mental health—just as a vigorous appetite is a sign of good physical health. O course appetite would be an embarassment if we could not obtain food and that "want something" feeling would be a calamity if we could not satisfy it. But you can satisfy every want your heart desires by the constant and permanent use of Want Advertising IN BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE Test it with a task the next time you have a "Want." Each initial, numbe. and figure count one word. Always FOR RENT—FLATS. FOR RENT—Five room em call 524R. fiat, mod- FOR SALE.—1.QTS. LOTS FOR SALE—Have 31 lots from 5th to 9th St., and all within two blocks of old or new high school. For the next few days wall give bar gains. Prices on 'all lots not now sold will be sharply advanced. Al so have lots and blocks further out. J. W. BULL, over Dahl's Store. MISCELLANEOUS. WORK wanted by two men. 300R DRESSMAKING of all kinds, reasonable. 312 Fourth St. 375K. Phone Coonen at Coonen's Cafe. Rates Phone WANTED—To tell book lovers that if they wish to know more about the great set of books selected by Dr. Eliot, in his noted five feet of book shelf, that they can have a list of the names of these books and any other information desired therewith by sending a card addressed. Har vard Classics, care Tribune. FOR SALE—Two good lignite heaters Inquire 808 Second St. Phone 434. FOF ^ALE—Cheap, ice box, suitable for small family. Nearly new. In quire Mrs. Rock, Hare Block. DRESSMAKING—All kinds. Phone 440K or call 119 Mandan Ave. FOR SALE—Poultry of all kinds at White's livery barn. Phone 10 or 113. 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 lands for sale I also write fire insurance. F. E. Young, First Nat'l Bank Blag. WANTED—Sewing of all kinds, prices most reasonable. Mrs. Jones 623 Second St. Phone 152Z. FOR SALE—Corn Fodder, delivered in town. Telephone 511 or see tor containing orange trees, whose branches, leaves and flowers were all of ice. Hollow pyramids of ice on each side of the building contained lights by night. The grounds were further adorned with a life size figure of an elephant, with bis mahout on bis back. A stream of water was thrown from the elephant's trunk by day and flame of naphtha by night. A tent of ice contained a hot bath, in which persons actually bathed. There were also several cannons and mortars of Ice. which were loaded with bullets of ice and iron and discharged. The interior of the building was com pletely furnished with tables, chairs, statues, looking glasses, a clock, a com plete tea service, etc.. all made of ice and painted to imitate the real objects. A bedchamber contained a state bed with curtains, a dressing table with a mirror, pillows, bedclothes, slippers and nightcaps, all made of ice. There were ice candles, burning naphtha and. most wonderful of all. an ice fireplace containing burning ice logs—L e., blocks of \v smeared with naphtha and then kindled—Scientific American. Worse Luck. Fatigued Philip—Did the lady t'row boilin' water on yonse? Wandering Walter—Worse'n dat, Phil, worse'n dat It was soapsuds.—Tolefl» Blade. blSMAECK DAILY TRIBUNE Paltering With th» Eternal Verities. The uncle from the west took bis little Boston nephew on his knee. "Wadsworth," he said, "once there was a man"— "Then he still exists. Uncle Peter," Interrupted the little Boston boy. "No sentient, reasoning being within whom the vital spark has found a lodgment on this mortal plane ever ceases to be. albeit his activities may geek expression in another form. An nihilation is abhorrent to the aesthetic jense. Matter may vanish from the sight, but the elements of which it is composed are imperishable. In like manner the Intangible essence that constitutes the real man, the ego, sur vives all changes and mutations. It is the indestructible, sempiternal self, that persists through the ages. A lit tle reflection. Uncle Peter.1 would con vince you that the time worn phrase, •once there was a man.' is a solecism." Uncle Peter after a little reflection put the boy down from his knee and began to talk of something else.-Chi cago Tribune. Love and a Ring. The story of one woman's pride and devotion comes out of a jeweler's shop. A young man bought an engage ment ring.\ Apparently he was an impecunious young mau. At any rate, he ordered an imperfect diamond. In less than a week his fiancee called at the shop alone. "Is this a flawless diamond?" she asked. "I want an honest answer." She got it "I thought so," said she. "Poor fel low! I don't blame him. He did the best he could. I don't care for myself, but I have friends who are good judges ef diamonds, and it would neatly kill me for them to find out that he gave me a cheap ring. Will you take this stone out and replace it with a first class diamond? He will never know the difference. I will pay the bill." The substitution was effected, and that young woman is now proudly showing an engagement ring that for splendor cannot be outdone on the whole west side.—New York Times. Stammering. Stammering is due to a peculiarly nervous temperament, and only very sympathetic treatment can effect a cure. Stammering in a child should receive immediate attention, and the first thing to be done is to improvo the little one's health by means of plenty of sleep, fresh air and good food. Every day he should take deep breathing exercises in the open air. These deep, steady inspirations strengthen the muscles of the throat and counteract a spasmodic habit of breathing. Notice should be taken of the sounds which the little stammerer has most trouble with, and sentences containing these sounds should be composed for aim to repeat each day very slowly and clearly. He should also be asked to read aloud everyday. This exercise should be omitted when ever he seems overexcited or run down in health, and it goes without saying that he should never be scold ed or laughed at.-New York Tribune. The Popular Ten Spot. Perhaps the average reader would find it difficult if not impossible to state offhand the denomination of the notes which represent a larger" propor tion of our currency circulation than any other. The outstanding circula tion amounts to something more than $2,546,000,000 and consists of notes of eleven denominations, ranging from $1 to $10,000. There are outstanding 154, 411,835 one dollar notes. But neither the one dollar notes nor those of $10, 000 represent the larger item in the currency circulation. There are 22,100 notes of $10,000 each outstand ing-^ total of $221,160,000. But the most important is the ten doJlar note. of which 6,699,464 are in circulation, representing a total of $669,9*4,640. So the ten spot is your Uncle Samuel's fa vorite Issue.—New York Mail. A Comedy of Economy. comedy of economy is reported: from St. Moritz. A stout couple, ac companied by a son and daughter who were also "thick." as the Germans translate stout, entered a crowded hotel at the busy time of lunch and ordered one lunch at table d'hote. The father sat down and finished two help ings of soup and all the bread near him and left the table, his piece being taken for the entrees by his wife, who had been waiting with her children in the hotel corridor until her husband appeared. The young man then took his moth er's place to attack the joint, and he was followed by bis sister for the tweets, all doing justice to the menu. In the crowd the tourists did not notice the unusual lunch, but the head waiter did, and when asked for the bill [/re sented one for four lunches. Th« paterfamilias grumbled a good deal and paid! Geneva correspondencs Pall Mall Gazette. The Gulls «nd the Black Crickets. When the Mormons first settled in Utah black crickets came in myriad. from the mountains and would have destroyed the crops had it not been for the gulls that came by hundred and thousands from the surrounding lakes. At that time the settlers at Salt Lake regarded the advent of the birds as a heaven sent miracle, and ever since the gull has been esteemed almost as a sacred bird by the Mor mons. About the beet and alfalfa fields when they are being irrigated the gulls still collect and feed largely on field mice that are so destructive to crops.—Success Magazine. You complain of ingratitude. Were you not repaid by your pleasure in doing good?-Levis. 4/.30NIC. BIPMARCK LODGE, No. 5, A. F. ft A M. Meets first and third MOB da*3 in each month at Masonic hall. A. P. Lenhart, \V. J. A Graham, secretary. TANCRED COMMANDRY NO. 1. Bur Finney, E. G. W. Wolbert, FU corder regular meeting first anf third Thursday of each month. O. E. S. BISMARCK CHAPTER, No. 11, meeu first and third Fridays in eact month «t Masonic hall. Mrs. Grace French, W. M. Mrs. Gertrude Mil ler, secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ST. ELMO LODGE, No. 4. Aleett each Wednesday evening at K. nail. E. M. Thompson, C. I. Thompson. K. of R. & S. PYTHIAN SISTERS. LINCOLN TEM1"LE, No. !». lleeu second and fourth Thursdays eacb month at K. P. hall. Mrs. 2. Vigness, M. E. C, Mrs. Nellie Ev arts, M. of R. & C. L. O. O. M. D1SMARCK LODGE NO. 14.—Loyal Order of Moose. Regular meetiige ev«ry first and third Monday even ings 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 the fourth Friday in each month at K. of P. Hall. Luther Van Hook, V. W. F. Jones, Clerk. YEOMEN. A FPATERNAL, LIFE AND ACC1 dent insurance organization. Meets the fourth Tuesday in each month .n the K. P, hill. J. SI. Belk foreman Elsie McDonald, mastei of accounts Elizabeth Belk, cor respondent. I. O. O. F. CAPITAL CITY LODGE No. 2. meets every Thursday evening at Odd Fel lows' hall. O. H. Reason, N. G. Aug. Watz, V. G., Clough, sec retary, Dell B. Shaw, treasurer. REBEKAH8. NICHOLSON LODGE, No. 40. Meeu the first and third Wednesdays is each month in Odd Fellows hall. Elizabeth Belk, N. G. Mrs. Nellie EvartB, secretary. M. B. A. M. B. A. Meets second and fourth Wednesday of month at Odd Fel. lows hall. Grant Marsh, president George A. LaLone, secretary. ST. CLEMENS COURT 747. CATHOLIC ORDER OP POREST ers. Meets, every second and fourth Wednesday. All visiting members invited. F. Jasskowiak, C. R. Anton Beer, S. R. COMMERCIAL CLUB. COMMERCIAL CLUB OP BISMARCK Regular meeting of club member ship the first Tuesday in eacb month regular meeting of board ol directors lie first Friday of each month, at Commercial club rpoms Third street. Geo. A. Welch, preBl dent A. B. Welch, secretary. I. O. OF F. COUIIT BISMARCK, No. 887. Meets every fourth Thursday ia eac)» month Ft Odd Fellows hall. Jo'u« Yrgen, C. .: ii. D. Hoskins. 1.. S.: I. W. Healy, F. S. ELKS. B. I\ O. E. No. 1199 raeet at Elks hall first and third Fridays of the month. Visiting brotherr walcome. R. L. Best, E. R. Carl Pederson, Secretary. TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION NO. 140. Ueete first Sunday in each month at 3 p. m. Gus Syvertson, presi dent H. C. Hines, secretary. HOMESTEADERS. CAPITAL CITY HOMESTEAD, No 300. Meets second and fourth Frl days of the month at I. O. O. F. hall at 8 p. m. John. A. Larvau, pr^id«nt J, 0, Whitted, secretary. MACCABEES. K. O. T. M. Meets svery first aa« tnird Thursday of each month af 3 o'clock p. m., at I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting members cordially invitee D. C. Ramp, commander Eric Erickson, record keeper. LALOR UNIONS. UNITED BROTHERHOOD O? CAR penters and Joiners, No. 1118. Meets every Thursday evening at 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 Nortl Dakots Grsnd Army of the Republic. Meetf at t'leir rooms in the Armory os the wcond and fourth Thursdays of ea^ta month. John W. Millett coniminder- A. D. Cordnor, adjv tar.t. A. C. U. W. BISMARCK LODGE, No. 120. Meet* the first and third Tuesdays at Raker Hall at 8 o'clock. C. T. Wyncoop, M. W. Bradley C. Marks recorder. DICKINSON-NEW ENGLAND Auto Line GEORGE GARDNER, Prop. Operated in Connection with Hotel Gardner, of New England Professional and Business Directory fKflfl$lfi0k0^+]f^C't't't*^+++-++++++,+,P^PP*mm**mm*,m*^**mmmmmmm****mmmmmm^****^** Trips Daily Between New England and Dickinson Leaves Dickinson, 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. Leaves New England 12 noon, and 6:30 p. m. HOTEL GARDNER $2.00 Per Day House Headquarters for Commer cial Men. Geo. LaLone, SIGNS Paper Hanging, Painting. Phone 541 Cor. Sweet and 7th Streets, South f»++++++*0+*++++++++*+++++++* Hairdressing Go to the Florentine Hair Dressing Parlors Rooms 1& 2, Tribune Bldg. Telephone No. 234 BURMAN The Shoemaker Who formerly worked at Carl Juhnke's store has opened a re pair shop of his own in the Stew art Building fon Broadway, back of Kupitz store. He has modern equipment for doing everything in shoo repairing. All Work Guaranteed F. H. HURLEY Sign Painting and Interior ^Decorating Hardwood finishing a spe cialty. Color designs and estimates furnished on request. W of A 4 5 4 Perfection You can find that] word in the dictionary. And you can find anything in Business Stationery line at our big print shop and we do the work in a jiffy—al ways deliver when promised. Call our man—phone 32. Tribune Printing Co. 4th and Broadway Seven THE BURLEIGH COUNTY AB STRACT CO. i*ga' Abstracters for Burleigh County. Under Bond of $10,000 CITY NATIONAL BANK BLK. PRANK FEENEY. General Insurance. CHY NATIONAL BANK BLK. B. E. JONES, Special Agent. New York Life Insurance C* Write for particulars coacera lag our NEW POLICY. Room 38. NATIONAL BANK Bldg. LCITY I Bismarck, N. D., FE LUEHE Accountant Auditing Books and Installing New Systems BISMARCK, NO. DAK. P. E. BYRNE. Official Abstractor of Titles ler Burleigh County. Bismarck, N. O. References-* Bismarcr* Bank, First National Bank. Blsni. ck. N. D. Slattery, Gunn & Co. Wholesale and Retail GROCERIES Dealers In Coal, Wood, Ice and Grain nird and Broadway BISMARCK, N. D. Undertaking Jl AND Embalming LIcensedEmbalmer fn Charge Day Phene 50 Night Phone 543R or 165 WEBB BROS. EG. FIELD UNDERTAKING Licensed Embalmer Phone 100, Day or.Nlght Main & Third St. Bismarck New Livery and Hack Line Now Ope for Business Phone 10 116 2nd St. For Hack Orders After 11 p. m. Phone 113 Your Patronage Appreciated Chas. White & Co. »^^^#^#####*****y*****y***«*****i*i*j For Shoe Repairing Priced right and done right The Old Reliable Exeprience has taught them to take no chance Car Johnk 7»^sr*************»« Sh^s^e« 0 STAR RESTAURANT Has been remodeled and is now under new managment. We serve Short Orders and Regular Meals FRANK EVERTS' Main St. NextClooten's Barn *#^«^*»#»«»V********'»***