THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1911.
WANTED Ccflnpeteni stopamialre*.
Apply *o Henry Busman.
GIRL WANTED—Good wages.
WANTED AT ONCE—Lady dlshwaslh
er at Paflatce hotel.
FOR RENT—Four room house, well
located. George Register.
FOR RENT—Four room house with
city water, less than four blocks
from business center. Keenan
"FOR RENT—7 room house at 519
Sixth Street. Inquire at Rlch
P6R RENT—Six room cottage, iurn
ished. Centrally located. Box 640,
FOR RENT—House close in. $10.00
month. C. A. Burton.
FOR RENT—Six-room cottage In one
of best parts of city, convenient to
school, etc. Q. J. Keenan Land Co
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms,
modem bouse, at $1.50 per week
also one unfurnished room. Phone
FUR--1SHED ROOMS—All modern?
five minutes walk to business cen
ter. 317 8th St Phone 432J.
FOR" RENT—Two rooms, house
modern conveniences. 403 3rd
F0U RfcSMT—A suite or rooms,
modern, also 1 single room. 623 Sixth
St Phone S09.
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room,
220 4th street
FOR RENT—Front office room on 4th
street apply to Knowles ft Haney.
The P. J. Laundry
Will be open for
business in a few days and will give
your shirts, collars, clothing and all
laundry the very best ot hand work.
Hand work is better. We call for
and deliver yourwork. PHONE 378.
Our machines are not quite ready.
PETER SOO, Prop.
ALSO HAVE SOME ROOMS FOR RENT
A E I S E S
SEND US COPY EARLY
For best results and to give
proper attention, both for you
and ourselves, you must get
copy to us ahead of insertion
QUARTER PAGE, and larger, the day before
UP TO QUARTER PAGE, before 10 a. m. day of
SMALL ADS, Nothing can be taken after 12 noon
for same day
PREPARE AD COPY EARLY
WANT ADS BRING RESULTS
FOR RENT—Modem rooms and board
at Dunraven Place. 212 Third street
FOR RENT—Nice furnished frtotnt
room, modem house, at $2.50 week.
209 Second St.
FOR RE NT-
-New six-room house
FOR RENT—Front room modern
house. One block from court
house. 400 7th. Phone 363-R.
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room
307 4th Street. Mr®. J. Brady.
FOR RENT Three unfurnished
rooms. No. 5 West Broadway.
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room.
FOR RENT—Cosy room in modern
house. Phone 206K
FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished
rooms with board. The Woodman
see, 411 Fourth Stre3t
FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod
ern house. 117 First street Phone
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished mod
ern rooms for gentlemen. 506
TO RENT—Strictly modern, furn
ished room. Phone 374L. 924 Sixth
FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms
close in. 311 4th St, phone 325,
Mrs. J. H. Marshall.
FOR E NT—Thoroughly modern,
pleasant south room In new house.
Electric lights, hot bath closets,
phone, abundant beat $1 a week.
Take young man only. Phone 393L.
FOR RENT—Front bed room, house
one Mock from court house. 400
713). Phone 363-R
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping and lodging
NORTH COAST LIMITED
STRAIGHT TO CHICAGO
IMPORTANT CHANGE MADE
SERVICE ON NORTHERN
Crack Trains will Go From St. Paul
to and From Chicago via the New
A dispatch received this morning
by Northern Pacific Agent VV A. Mc
Donald from A. M. Cleland, general
passenger agent of the system,
conveyed the following information,
which will be of extraordinary inter
est to the general travelling public.
The message, 'which wag sent from
Fargo, was as follows:
Commencing with the North Coast
Limited leaving Seattle and! Tacoma
Thursday, December 14, this train
will run through without change of
cars to Chicago, via the St. P. M.
and O. and C. and N. W. railways.
Commencing with North Coast
Limited leaving Seattle and: Tacoma
Sunday, December 17, and1 Train No.
1, leaving Chicago Sunday night, De
cember 17, leavinB St.. Monday,flgk
lemuer i«a»i.ig oi •»».<p></p>Paul,,
roill ha aHAaA
ist ca- will be added: to the consis
of these trains and they will run
through without change of cars be
tween Ch'.eago and Seattle tnd Ta
Between Chicago and S:. Paul the
train will be operated over the new
line of the C. and N. W. through
Milwaukee, and not by way of Madi
!son. The standard sleeping car now
operated between St. :»aul and l'ort
jla'i'l will run to and from Chicago
There will be no change in the
schedule of these trains on the
Northern Pacific. The North Coast
Limited will reach the Northwestern
terminal, corner of Madison and
Canal streets, Chicago, at 9 p. m.
No. 1 will start from the Northwest
ern terminal at 10 p. m.
Numbers 3 and 4 will continue to
operate to and from Chicago via the
Burlington route east of St. Paul, ex
actly as at present.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
lake LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine
Tablets. Druggis' refund money if
it fails to cure. K. W. GROVE'S elg
nture is on each box 25c.
L08T AND FOUND.
LOST—Hand-paintea medaiMo pin in
LOST—Black woolen ifaedLnator, be
tween corner Sixth and Thayer
streets and Seventh and Rosser,
Mrs. C. H. Vesperman.
FOUND—One gold cuff button. Own
er call at Tribune.
WANTED—Several copies of the
flrat issue of the North Dakota
Magazine, May, 1906. The library
commission, phone 542, will buy a
limited number to complete files.
POSITION WANTED—By lady com- lots, pieces or parcels of land and
positor in North Dakota December the decedent's interest therein, situ-
Room 4 Dako-
LADY COOK WANTED—Call Ed.
Fredeen, Grand Pacific 'between
6:30 and 8 o'clock tonight
CHICAGO FIRM opening Distribut
ing Office in Burleigih county desires
competent executives will allow
$500 to $1,000 monthly extra com
mission and expenses permanent.
Must carry cash stock of at least
$500. Sales Manager. Dept 46 J,
New Bauer Block. Chicago.
WANTED—All kinds of sewing. Call
623 2nd St., or Phone 152Z.
WANTED^bressmaking at 312 4th
St. Phone 375K.
D'REfrSMAKING, plain sewing, hair
work also lady to go out for day
work. 314 Ninth street
FOR SALE—Corn Fodder, delivered
la town. Telephone 511 or seej
Cconen at Coonen's Cafe.
blSMABOK BAIL'S TRIBUNE
The only kind guaranteed for one
yeaiy Would malice her a suitable
Qiiriiatmas glfft Adams' drug store.
Deputy United States Marshal A.
E. MacKay arrived home from Fargo
last night and went nortti on the Soo
The different room® in the Bis
marck schools are already preparing
their programs for Christmas to be
rendered the last day of this term.
AT THE McKENZIE.
H. M. Scott, of Arena, Sam Len
hari, of Garrison, and S. L. Olson, of
Stanton, were among the arrivals
here last evening registered at the
The dance given last night by the
members of the Bismarck Maenner
daor was probably one of the most
enjoyable events otf the week. Mc
Donald's orchestra supplied excellent
music for the occasion, and the mer
riment continued to an earljr hour
this morning. At midnight tlhe lute-
mvumj a 8
December 18, one coach and one tour- _ttMMtancie
served to the large
repast which was
*i«-«iui«.vt3 -,___,., _, TO—
prepared under the direction of Wm
Minear, "head chef of the Grand Pa
cific, could not have been better.
At a meeting of the Catholic Order
of Foresters held in St. Mary's hall
last night officers were elected as
Chief Ranger—E. W. Wtasche.
Vice Chief Ranger—Ben Goldade.
Recording Secretary—Anton1 Beer.
Burleigh and State of North Dakota,
'offer for sale and sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder for cash,
subject to confirmation by the Judge
of said County Court, all these certain
reference inquire of Ryder Jour-j and State of North Dakota, and de-
nal. Ryder, N. Dak. scribed as follows, to-wit:
25. Can set three galleys of ten ate, lying and being in the City of deemed proper they should know aboutos
point a day and feed job work. Forj Bismarck, in the County of Burleigh I
The Lots 1. 2, 3, 30, 31 and 61 in
Block 80, McKenzie and Coffin Addl-
iimie meaaumuii p*u tj0n to the City of Bismarck, North -,. _.
Return to Mrs. R. C. Dakota, subject to encumbrances rest-1 loved president.' When the president
ing thereon, and further subject to made his appearance at a ball or a
any and all rights therein, or claim or public reception a dais was erected for
demand to said premises of whatso
ever nature on the part of Mrs. Kate
T. Jewell, widow of the decedent, as
her legail homestead
Lots 5 and 6 in Block 8, Northern
Pacific Addition to the City of Bis
marck, North Dakota
Lots 5,6 and 19 in Block 10, Sturgls
Addition to the City of Bismarck,
One-third undivided interest each
in the following described Lots, all
situate, lying and being in Sturgis
Addition to the City of Bismarck,
North Dakota, as follows, to-wit:
Lots 4, 5, 6 and Seven in Block 1
Lots 16,17 and 18 in Block 2 Lots 13,
14 15 and 16 in Block 6 Lots 21 and
22' in Block 6 Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
7. 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 16, 17. 18, 19.
20 21, 22, 23 and 24 in Block 8 Lots
4 Bloc 9 Lot 1 3 4 17 21
Dated at Bismarck. North Dakota,
this 20th day of November. A. D- 1911.
R. N. STEVENS,
As Executor of the Last Will and Tes
tament of Marshall H. Jewell, De
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ri'ffii&sMM a I W W E&BLsSBSSteMi&w^Ji'j.*™^
HAKES GOOD SHOWING
SERGEANT CACCIOLA ON
OF INSTRUCTION AND
Company of National Guard Organ
ized at Magic City in 1906 and Has
Made Rapid Progress.
Sergeant Cacciola, U. S. A., who is
detailed with the North Dakota na
tional guard, is at present on a trip
of instruction, visiting a number df
the companies of the First regiment
of infantry. The first city on his
route was Minot, where he spent
several days with Company "D.'*
Writing from there he says:
"Arrived- here on the 12th instant
and was agreeably surprised to find
myself the guest of Major Alfred S.
Blakey, ordinance officer, of the
North Dakota national guard. It was
on the sixth day df December, 1906,
that our esteemed friend, Major A.
S. Blakey, organized Company "D",
N. D. N. G. at Minot. He at one time
served in the 2nd U. S. Infantry and
in the Hospital Corps. "Company
"D" today, as in the past, bears a
good reputation as soldiers and citi
zens. The company, at the present
writing, is commanded "by Captain E.
S. Person. Both he and Major
Blaxey deserve great credit for their
achievements, In that they 'have
given to the the City of Minot, and
state of North Dakota, as well as to
the United States, an excellent ac
count of themselves as organizers.
"When we commence to realize
that men of professional attainments
who are following pursuits of a civil
nature are forever ready to respond
to thei country's call, the time
„„, ,,„„ ,ais
itiou& when all patriotic citizens
er, Paul Brown.
SALE OF LAND.
Notice is hereby Given, That in
pursuance of an order made on the
3rd day of November, A. D., 1911, by
the Honorable M. J. McKenzie. Judge
of the County Court, in and for the
County of Burleigh, in the State of
North Dakota, the Undersigned, as
Executor of the Last Will and Testa
ment of Marshall H. Jewefll, late of
the City of Bismarck, in the County of
Burleigh, and State of North Dakota,
deceased, will on Saturday, the 13th
day of January, A. D., 1912, at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon of that day at the
ff their hats to such
Brown. I worthy people. They make many
Treasurer-—George Roden. sacrifices on account of their being
Trustees—Joe Schneider, Joe
members of a state guard, but not
withstanding this fact they remain
at their respective posts."
It Didn't Do to Take Liberties With
Our First President.
President Washington never went to
congress on public business except in a
stagecoach drawn by six cream colored,
horses. The coach was an object which
would excite the admiration of the,
throngs even now in our streets. It
was built in the shape of hemisphere,
and Its panels were adorned with Cu-
7 S mraiiW with flowers and
were arrayed in gorgeous liveries of
white and scarlet.
The Philadelphia Gazette, a govern
ment organ, regularly gave out court
ws for the edification of the citizens
'~~J, ~~A From this journal the people were per-
tto ieariI !1Ss mucuh
uss n.t «u
mitted learn a muc a wa
movements, and a fair
iso devoted to
a of a as a
Mrs Washington, who was. however,
not.referred to as Mrs. Washington,
but as "th
him, upon which be might stand apart
from the throng. «nd the guests or vis
itors bowed to him in solemn silence.
"Republican simplicity" has only
come in later times. Very few persons
presumed to shake hands with General
Washington. One of his friends. Gou
verneur Morris, rashly undertook for
a foolish wager to go up to him and
slap him on the shoulder, saying. "My
dear general. I am happy to see you so
well." At least there is a tradition to
The moment fixed upon arrived, and
Mr. Morris, already half repenting of
his wager, went up to Washington,
placed his hand upon his shoulder and
uttered the prescribed words. Wash
ington, as the story has it. stepped sud
fixed his gaze upon Morris
23 and for veral moments with an angry
W A 4 1 7 0
and. 24» i.n_ Block 17 LotO 7, 8J, 11
18 in Block 18 Lots 23 and 24 in
Block 19 Lots 19 and 20 in Block 23
Lots 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15,16.17,
18, 19 20, 21, 22, 23 and 24 in Block
24 Lots 13. 14, 15 and 16 in Block
25, and Lots 13, 14, 15 and 16 in
frowse until the latter retreated abash
ed and sought refuge in the crowd. No
one else ever tried a similar experi
ment No royal levees were more
punctiliously arranged than those of
our first president.—'ew York Press
Rspsniir.g at leisure.
Agnes was a little tot of five, with
curly, flaxen hair, china-like complex
ion—and a will of her own. She had
been 111 advised, not to say deliberately
naughty, at the dinner table, and
MiniM had dismissed her to her bed-
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
Leaves New England 12
noon, and 6:30 p. m.
$2.00 Per Day House
Headquarters for Commer
Paper Hanging, Painting.
Cor. Sweet and 7th Streets, South
Go to the Florentine
Rooms 1 & 2, Tribune Bldg.
Telephone No. 234
You can find that) word in
And you can find anything in
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
622 Thir Street
should express due contrition for her
behavior. Agnes cheerfully obeyed
the parental order and showed no spirit
of repentance at the end of the first
quarter of an hour. When thirty min
utes had elapsed mamma called from
an adjoining room:
"Agnes, dearie, aren't you sorry?"
There was no reply from the dark
Ten minutes later the question was
repeated. Back came the reply in the
patient dignity and childish treble of
"Mamma, please don't ask me any
more. I'll come and let you know when
Hard te Suit
'Ike girts said they would rather
lance than eat"
"Yet now they are kicking because
we added two waltz numbers nnd cut
town the supper to correspond."—
THE BURLEIGH COUNTY AB
Lega' Abstracters for Burleigh
County. Under Bond of |10,00t
CITY NATIONAL BANK BLK.
CITY NATIONAL BANK BLK.
B. E. JONE3,
New York Life Insurance Ce.
Write for particulars coicem
CITY NATIONAL BANK Side.
Bismarck, N. O.,
Auditing Books and Installing
BISMARCK, NO. DAK.
P. E. BYRNE,
OflcJal Abstractor of Titles let
Bismarck, N. D.
First National Bank,
Blnn. ck, N. D.
Slattery, Gunn & Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Coal, Wood, Ice
Corne inird and Broadway
BISMARCK, N. O.
Day Phone 50
Night Phone 543R or 165
EG. FIELD I
Phone 100, Day or. Night
Mala ft Third St.
of hand work,
us your delicate
Mrs. Francis White
Phone 113 112 2d St.
Best Quality Leather, same
as we've always used.
Light, nailed or sewed 65c
Medium, nailed or sewed 75c
Heavy, nailed or sewed 85c
At the oM Reliable stand.
The Original Bismarck Shoe
F. H. HURLEY
Hardwood finishing a spe
Color designs and estimates
famished on request
West end of Avenue
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