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SATURDAY, PEBRUAY 3, 1912.
PIERRE, Feb. 3.—Attorney General Johnson has just made public an other batch of rather important opin ions. The attorney general was called up on to dets.nnino, the legality of a claim presented to •he commissioners of Sanborn co'inty by the sneritf for $865 auto hire, and $300 personal ex pense while engaged in the immedi ate pursuit of a murderer. The chase extended from Sanborn county south, crossing the Missouri at Iron Post, Perfection In printing comes with long eiperience, complete modern equipment, and highly skilled workmen. You get this in Business Stationery at our big print shop and we do the work in a jiffy—al ways deliver when promised. Call our man—phone 32. Tribun Printin Co. 4th and Broadway HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—To be out of work Is really expensive. To advertise for a Job is economy for it stops the big ex pense, that of being unemployed. _Try_the wants. WANTED—(Lady cook, Palace Hotel. $10 per week. WOMEN—Sell guaranteed hose 70 per cent profit make $10 daily full or part time beginners invest igate. STRONG KNIT, Box 4029, West Philadelphia, Pa. SALESMEN WANTED. SALESMEN WANTED—High class real estate proposition. 33 per cent commission. Toyah Oil & Gas Development Co., Ft. Worth, Texas. 910 Firth National Bank Fldg. FOR RENT—MOUSES. HOUSE for rent in desirable location. J. L. Bell. FOR RENT—Five-room furnished house. Inquire 123 Mandan Ave. Phone 440J. FOR RENA—House, one block from business section, on Fourth street. B. C. Mark FOR RENT—Six-room house with wa ter, light and bath. Located Sec ond and Rosser. Call S. M. Ferris, 2U Rosser, or Phone 588. FOR SALE—HOUSES. SEWING WANTED. WANTED—Dressmaking at reason able price at 118 First S Phone 332L. WANTED—Dressmaking at $2.00 a dav. Also children's sewing. Phone 459. WANTED—Dressmaking, 312 4th St Phone 375K DRESSMAKING and all kinds of sewing. Gall at 623 Second street or Phone 152L. Sirs. Jones. DRESSMAKING of all kinds. Mrs R. A. Sheldon, 405 Fourth street. Phose 504L. Scoop The CWB Reporter The Daily JVetos Comedian across Nebraska, and Kansas, finally losing the scent in the mountains of Oklahoma. The officer was never more than a day or two behind the man. The attorney general was forced to hold that the South Dtikota sta tute does not authorize the payment for such official work done outside of the home county, even where the officer has a warrant ready to serve hence the sheriff .vill have to stand the costs of the excursion. He cov ered 2700 miles and was gone forty' seven days. HOME MISSIONS. Thursday afternoon several of the ministers of the Presbyterian church es of this presbytery, met in the pas tor's study at the Presbyterian church, discussed and laid plans for a Home Missionary Conference to be held in Mandan. February 12 to 14 The members present were enthus iastic in their efforts to secure the meeting and they will spare no means of making the conference one of the oest in this synod. Those present at the meeting were Rev. Charles W. Harris, J. R. Hughes and R. H. Meyers of Bismarck, Thorn as McCurdy of Mandan, and Howard Gage of Wilton. WAS WELL ANSWERED. Indian School, Feb. 2, 1912. Bismarck Daily Tribune, Kind Sirs: The advertisement "Cook Wanted" for the Indian School, need not be put in the paper any more, as we have a cook. The ad was well answered. Respectfully. «5 Agnes O'Connor, Mess Manag er, Indian School, Bismarck, N. D. •fr •J* 4 4 WANT ADS BRING RESULTS ROOMS FOR RENT. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms with or without board. 218 Second St Phone 459. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms strict ly modern. 419 3rd St. Phone 389J. FOR RENT—Large room with board. Miss Jones, Fourth St. and Ave A. FOR RENT—Modern rooms and board at Dunraven Place. 213 Third street Phone 122. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room 307 4th Street. Mrs. J. Brady. FUR ISHED ROOMS—All modern five minutes walk to business cea ter. 317 8th St. Phone 432J. FOR RENT—Cozy room In modern house. Phone 206N. FOR RENT—Nice furnished front room, modern house, at $2.50 week. 209 Second St FOR RENT—Furnished rooms In modern house, 46 Main St. Phose 440L. FOR RENT—Large furnished front room on ground floor, 307 Seventh fttroot. FOR RENT-Pront bed room witfh all modern conveniences. Apply Mrs. P, McHugh, 412 Seventh street FOR SALE-New modern house, well wANTED-Modern cottage of 5 or located, at a bargain. Apply for par ticulars, House, care Tribune. FOR RENT—Nice large room in mod ern house. 522 Eighth street. Phone 467R. WANTED—HOUSES. rooms also modern house, well lo cated, of about 9 rooms. If you have such houses for sale see me. George Register. LOST AND FOUND. LOST—Black and white shepherd pup, mixed breed and worthless except for child's pet. Call 14 West Ros ser or Phone 398L. LOST—About January 1 in Bismarck, valuable pin, cresent shape set with pearls and diamonds. Very liberal reward for return to Mrs. W. T. An derson. Washburn, N. D. FOUND—Ladies new watch, O size, Call Wendelin Braun, 12 and Broad way. COMMERCIAL CLUBS UN BIG MEETING clubs, has issued a call for the an- containing between 35.000at to make a step forward in the Com- There are a number of subjects that will be brought before the federation,• according to Mr. Pierce and these in clude the subject of better farming, good roads, the best methods of se-l FOR RENT—FLATS. FOR RENT—Five-room modern, warm flat. Phone 524R. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE CHEAP. 262 acres of fine bottom land near Ward's place, part timber, part mea dow. A bargain, if taken at once. E. S. Neal, over Bismarck Bank. WANTED—Meat market for Lawther, (formerly New Leipzig). Suitable building to rent. Write Commer cial Club. FOR RENT—Or for sale cheap, two pianos, one almost new at Knowlea & Haney's. FOR SALE small or will tradehogs, for cattle D. Coonen FOR SALE—Carload of registered Peroheron and Belgian stallions and mares. Mare in foal. Address O'- Connor Brothers, Grand Forks, North Dakota. FARM TO EXCHANGE for good horses or good dwelling in Bis marck. Quarter section, good soil, all capable of cultivation, 65 acres now under cultivation. Land is 15 miles north of Turtle Lake and 9 miles south of Ruso. N. D. Paul J. Wedge, Ruso, N. D. FOR SALE OR TRADE—For town property at a bargain S. W. 1-4 Sec. 6-143-78, Burleigh county. P. O. Box 1059, New England, N. D. MODERN WOODMEN OF AMERICA. Woodmen will learn something to their advantage by addressing H. Stevens, Lock Drawer 899, Fargo, N. Dak. FOR SALE—My pool hall. 60x24, main building addition 12 by 24 five tables, barber shop in connec tion, good outfit. The amount will invoice about $4,000 and will sell the inside and rent building, doing Hamlet, Lear, well, health failing. W. A. Harder,' audience disappears"— McLaughlin^ S. D. TOMTRADE—Have 1-2 section land, partly improved, in Burleigh coun ty, to exchange for land adjoining Bismarck. W. E. LaJhr, Bismarck, N. Dak. BISMAKOK DAILY TRIBUNE You Will Laugh Yourself to Death When You See Him (S^m%&\?msifl^i you Can't Afford to Miss Him. He's Headed This Wag IMPORTANT LAW DECISIONS MNGDON ELEVATOR DESTROYED BY FIRE GRAND FORKS, Feb. 3.—J. Dexter, LANGDON, Feb. 3.—Thursday Pierce of Larimore, president of the morning between 2 and 4 o'clock the State Federation of Commercial a yesterday that an invitation is extend- setnthe fire, but were discovered. A ed to every club to be represented watchman has been kept since thatiaward.s whether it has formally affiliated with time but in spite of the guard the the state association or not. The fire fiend accomplished his ipurpose. sessions of the association will be, The elevator destroyed was one of the held in the local Commercial club oldest and at the same time one of rooms. As this is the annual meeting he first built in Cavalier county, of the association, officers will be Sam Burnett, buyer for the elevator, elected for the ensuing year and the sa future work of the federation dis-: tween 30,000 and 40,000 bushels of cussed. It Is planned to have some grain in the house. There was be-pany strong speakers here from the outside, tween 1,500 and 1,800 bushels of flax, and to maice the meeting one of in-, 3,000 bushels of oats, 2,000 bushels terest. 7 kota Elevator company Langdon nual meeting of the state federation bushels of grain was burned to the to held in Grand Forks February ground under circumstances that 28 and 29 and the meeting promises,leave d»ubt„ _, of a fire fiend. The successful at- yeat mercial club activity of the state, third attempt this week to start the There are between 130 and 170 Com- conflagration, and fire was start mercial clubs in the state and Presi- „. ... _. Attempts were made on Monday dent Pierce of the association stated and 40,00 0 th" Tuesday at midnight to id last evening that there was be-gold. of barley and between 25,000 and 30, 000 bushels of wheat. The building and contents were partially covered by insurance. MOTHER IS DEAD. curing Immigration into North Dako-' George Upright received a message ta and other similar subjects that are from his brother at Newburg, N. Y.. of interest to every section of the slating their mother had died. She state. Already many clubs have slg- was 73 years rif age and died from nified their intention of sending rep-, apoplexy at her home in New York, resentatives in to the meeting and it is expected that fully a hundred of the progressing Commercial clubs of the state will have representation. VISITS FATHER. RETURN S FRO FLORID A TT ,, nt much good land to be had there—al so much poor—and that it is a fine place to live. About 50 large and! ting a bite, as the fish saw them Grape fruit, kumquarts, oranges, pears, etc were all ripe and he filled a trunk with fruit he had picked and brought it home with him. It is cer tainly "great dope."—We ate a grape fruit as big as an ordinary pumpkin —well, maybe not quite—but anyhow a whopper weighing at least two pounds and a quarter for breakfast yesterday morning, so we know Florida is a good fruit country. The climate ranges from 60 to 92 above zero with nice cool nights, in suring restful sleep. Mr. Geil re ports that Mr. and Mrs. Baker are enjoying themselves hugely, they will stay until sometime in April. A Cynical Critic "Above all. I am an artist," said the actor. "From the moment I make my entrance on the stage I forget every thing but my part. I leave my own personality behind me. I am Romeo. HANDSOME PRIZES FOR G000 BOWLERS Special to Th Tribune. and Da" NEW SALEM, Feb. 3.—The list of prizes which will be awarded the vari- us jt a ih% erday morning was the ed with a watchmathen the elevator- in a He returns full of enthusiasm ovei .... „,• „m„„„i, XT».+R While there he and Mr. Baker went fishing—that is he says they I held a pole, with hook and line at-1 1 v. ... v.„.._„ „„•,».«.,• Second Ward—'North store room in tached, for a few nours without get- pnMfic Hotel farine Fourth. coming an hiked away to the deep waters far out He also had the pleasure picking from the ,.„_..*•,, „,.„„,, „„,„,,„ trees whicof was quitefruitrea a to '.ii since but a few days before he wasj picking coal out of the snow in 40 below weather to keep himself warm. The theater vanishes. "I've noticed that," interrupted the critic. "Whatr "That the audience disappears."— Tooth's Companion. winners in the first annual tour- nanient of the Missouri Slope Bowling association which will be held here February 15, 16, 17 and 18 is rapidly being completed. Entries are coming in from every part of the slope coun try, and some high scores are looked forward to. Among the donated prizes which will be hung up in addition, t,o cash,. are a a Oswald Heinemeyer of Hebron, ar rived here Friday morning and is vis iting his father who is in the Bis marck hospital. Mr. Heinemeyer THE WORLD'S DEBT TO WESLEY senior, is one of the oldest men ofj AND METHODISM, the state, and his son reports his con- omorrw is Ecunnemical Methodist dition very good considering his age., DFTURN4 PROM FLORIDA beautiful imported, decanter and six glasses to match, from F. W. Murphy of Bis marck. This is engraved, "Missouri Slope Bowling Tournament, New Sa lem. 1912. Presented 'by F. W. Mur phy." The engraving is penciled in The Brunswick-Balke-Collender com have donated a handsome silver loving cup, and another splendid lov ing cup was donated by the Capital City Mottling Works. A silver berry set tilled with choclates was donated by the Copelin Candy company. Win ston, Harper and Fisher donated a fancy briar pie with gold mountings, and the Fargo Mercantile company sent half a hundred Royal Banner cigars in a fancy humidor. The offi cers of the association are more than pleased with the kindness of the firms donating the prizes. Several other firms have also promised to donate premiums, which, when they arrive, will complete a list of very attractive prizes for this big tournament. a 8 of se a be rmon at Methodist church to be t0 the Rev A iv by he pas Well Known Hazelton Mnn Has Been Lincoln Shute, is "The World's Debt to Ounny South to Wesley and Methodism." Hazeltoa Republican: A. L. Geil 1 invited, returned Monday evening from a trip I to Fort Tampa, Florida, where he' went three weeks ago in company with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Baker to look over a business proposition which he had a line on in that coun try. All are NOTICE OF SPECIAL CITY ELECTION. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a special city election will be held on Thursday, February 29. 1912. for the purpose 01 electing two mem- »i,,.„:„„™ „„-,. 1 bers of the board of city commission- com- tions of two four-year terms mencing April 18. 1911. That the following polling places for said special election are hereby named: First Ward—High School Building. a a it Hote1 a a street. Third Ward—Residence of M. A. Fourt Ward—Robidou Building, S. W. corner Front and Sjxth streets. Fifth Ward—Store room, McKen 1 zie hotel. I Sixth Ward—City Barn on lot 13, block 70. Original Plat, City of Bis I marck. That the polls of such special election shall be opened at 8 o'clock A. 'M. and closed at 5 o'clock P. M. That the ballot to be used in said special election shall be in the fol lowing form: I (In column here I follow names of I nominees.) For members of the board of city commissioners of I the city of Bis marck. North Da kota. to complete two fou r-year! terms commenc ing April 18th, 191V. I (Vote for 2 names 1 only: Mark aft er names to be I I voted for. and cross out names not desired.) By order of the board of city com missioners of the city of Bismarck, North Dakota. R. H. THTSTLETHWAITE. City Auditor. Bg Frank W. Hopkins of The *Rjdcky Mountain NeWs Geo. La Lone, SIGNS Paper Hanging, Painting Phone 541 Cor. Sweet and 7th Streets, South THE BURLEIGH COUNTY AB STRACT CO. Legal Abstracters for Burleigh County. Under Bond of $10,00* CITY NATIONAL BANK BLK. FRANK FEENEY. General Insuranoe. CITY NATIONAL BANK BLK. FE LUEHE Accountant Auditing Books and Installing N»w Systemi BISMARCK, NO. DAK. +m**W***mmm»mm0mmmm»0m»»*0** mr F. E. BYRNE, Ofldal Abstractor of Titles lei Burleigh County. 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