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., ,vOME, March 23—Engineer Ferd
'',lljl^i|ido Gerard! has revived a very in
flltresting episode in connection with
the project of gathering at Hardin
county. Kentucky, a museum of mem
oriea and momentoeB to Abraham
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ROME WILL ERADICATE CON
SUMPTION
Lincoln. Engineer Girardi, who is a
passionate student of the Rome
which is now passing, has recalled
that the news of the death of Abra
ham Lincoln produced such an im-ish
,y{ore«sion in Rome that it was de
'i fcided to express the sympathy of tbe
fjternal City in the most solemn way
possible.
Just at that time near the railway
Station, the* Agger, or permanent fort
flcations, built by Servius' Tullius,
as coming to light. The Ager is a
ge embankment 120 feet wide and
rilf 25 high, the lower courses of
theprecious
pepper colored stone, held together
strong clamps of iron and the up
per courses of smaller blocks of vol
canic pumice-stone
I The Romans then thought that
nothing could express their feelings
in a more eloquent manner than send
Mlng one of these blocks, with a mar
-ifjble slab and inscription, to Abraham
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HELP WANTED—MALE.
'1.WANTEO—First-class meat cutter at
Guasner's.
"AGENTS,, WANTED.
WANTED—By the Manhattan Life
Insurance Company of New Yojrk,
District Agents for North Dakota.
Good contract to the business! get
ter. Address with full particulars,
MANHATTAN LIFE INSURANCE
CO., FARGO, N. D.
ROOMS FOR RENT.
FOR RENT—One front room, furn
ished, over Dahl's clothing store.
FOR RENT—Furnished front room
in modern house at 209 Second St.
FOR RENT—Modem room* and bowl
at Dunraven Place, til Third ftr«K.
Phone 122.
FOR RENT—Modern furnished room
307 4th Street Mr*. J. Brady.
FOR RENT—Nice Uu«* K»m
522 Eighth street
era house.
Phone 467R.
il|-TORi RENT—Three housekeeping
rooms in Dakota block, very reas
onable. Apply Butler Studio,
Phone 249.
"BU8INE88 OPPORTUNITIES.
^WANTED—Resident Manager for
leading manufacturing corporation
to open office in Bismarck. Will
allow $150 to $200 monthly, also
authorized expenses and extra
commission. Must carry $500 to
$10w0 cash stock according to ter
ritory, contract, etc., to supply de
mand created by" our advertising
agents appointed. Superintendent,
Dept. 22-E, 228 W. Huron St., Chi
cago
)NLY $240 will secure a substantial
Georgia possession which can earn
very large profits without requiring
the attention of the owner. Write
for photos and free trip offer. Geo.
W iDeen, Box 708, Waycross, Ga
WELL known manufactruer wants dis
trict manger to open ce, super
vise agents and sell direct to auto
mobile owners. IB% demand. Large
profits. Protected territory. Small
capital necessary. Donot answer un
less vou M»*e*rn $8*00 «r more a
I Manager, ttfl7 Second
It., Cleveland. Ohio.
FOR EXCHANGJ
EXCHANGE—Black and white
,turly haired dog, very Intelligent,
8 months old, «ost $16 in Minneap
olis as pup. Fine for children, as
liouse dog, or farm. Cant ship him
will trade for anything family can
use. Make offer. Address box
505, city.
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EXCHANGE—35-norse Mitchell
Ave passenger auto, in a-one con
dition, for horses, or good roadster
auto. Address F. C. P. Trflmne.
SEWING WANTED.
WANTED—Sewing to do at my
,4 house. Elsie Rogers. 615 2nd,*
DRESSMAKING—Price* NMoartia
Call 623 Second 8 or Phono lBEL.
ITED—DressmaMlg, BIS 4m Bfc
DO S75K
Lincoln. The appropriateness of the
idea was added to by the similarity
of the deaths of the two great men,
Serves TdlHius end) Abraham Lin
coin the former also having been
murdered. The inscription bore the
date of June 20, 1865.
The block was sent to Mr. Steil
mann, then American Consul at Leg
horn, who forwarded it on the Brit
steamer Uhla, which, through a
strange coincidence, was cammand
ed by Captain Lincoln, and who
sailed for the United States on Aug-ation
ust 4, 1865. A year passed without
anything being heard of it. It
was only much later that it was pos
sible to learn that the Uhla encoun
tered very stormy weather and went
ashore near Bermuda, where ship and
cargo were sold at auction, and the
stone was abandoned on the
shore.'
Engineer Girardi now jiaisee his
voice in order -that that stone, ren
dered more precious through these
vicissitudes, should be sought for,
and if impossible to find, another
should be taken from the Agger,
given the same inscription, and sejit
to Hardin county so tnat the tribute
HELP WANTED—*EMAH.
WANT-fAt once, neat girl to do
housework. Call 408 3rd street or
phone 38R.
ANY LADY—Can earn $10.00 week
ly, copying, addressing at your
home evenings. Book 10 cents in
silver. Tells How. Monarch Man
ufacturing Company, Washington,
D. C.
WOMEN—Sell guaranteed hose 70
per cent, profit make $10 daily
full or part time beginners in
vestigate. STRONG KNIT, Box
4029, West Philadelphia, Pa.
FOR RENT—HOUSE*.
FOR RENT OR SALE—Eight room
house. Enquire 617 Front street.
FOR RENT—Seven-room house, has
sewer and toilet. In good repair
$20.00 per month. J. D. McDonald.
FR RENT—7-room house, city water,
good repair. D. J. McGillla.
FOR RENT—Five-room house, mod
ern and down town. A, C. Hinckley.
FOR RENT—Five-room house, 500
Third street. M. Skeels.
FOR RENT—Furnished 5-room houso
centrally located. George W. Little.
Phone 13V.
FOR RENT—8 room modern house
with barn. Pho 577. Bismarck
Water Supply Co.
FOR RENT—7-room house, 12th street
near Thayer. Inquire 422 Fifth St
LANDLORDS—With the opening of
spring there will be a great call
for houses. List yours now and se
cure the most desirable tenants.
House hunters read want ads.
FOR 8ALE—FURNITURE..
FOR SALE—Furniture, dining table,
round extenison, dressers, kitchen
cupboard, been in use one month.
312 1st street.
FOR SALE—Practically new Buffet
Dining table and chairs, Mission
style, Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet.
Call 809 Fifth street. Phone 342L.
FOR SALE—Kitchen range, buffet,
dining chairs, dining table, steel
couch, 2 rugs and other household
goods. Phone 64. W. G. Woodruff.
FOR SALE—Gasoline range, 3 large
rugs, dresser, 2 rockers, center ta
ble, 3 dining room, chairs, screen,
steel cot. See F. A. Niles at Wood
wards' Jewelry Store.
FOR SALE—Two oak parlor suites,
three and four pieces, finished In
golden also single pieces, moder
ately priced and easy terms to
right party. Field Furniture Store,
Bismarck, N. Dak.
FOR SALE—Furniture, dining table,
round extension, dressers, kitchen
cupboard, been in use one month.
312 1st street.
FOR SALE—Set of parlor furniture,
center table, onyx table, double
wardrobe and pictures, lady's desk
and bookcase. 58 Thayer street,
corner of First
FOR SALE—1 lloMtag bed w4«h mlr
roi Apply 623 Second street.
of Rome to the martyred president
should not be lacking.
Exhibition of Hygiene.
At an international exhibition of
hygiene, which is now going on here,
the section concerning the struggle
against tuberculoses is most inter
esting. It appears that one forth of
the total mortality of Europe is due
to consumption, Italy alone, which Is
one of the countries less affected,
having sacrificed, up to 1896, an aver
age of 59,000 yearly to the disease.
This figure now, owing to the ener
getic preventive and curative meas
ures adopted, hag sunk to less than
50,000.
Still Italy, chiefly, on account of
the fact that most of her consump
t^esi a|re foreigners, 'has not suk%
ceeded in obtaining the same amelior
as has occurred in other coun
tries, such as, for instance, in Prus
sia, where in the last twenty years
the death rate from consumption has
decreased from 31.1 to 22.7 every ten
thousand inhabitants, and in England
where it has diminished from 18 towhen
13.6.
Russia has still an unenviable
primacy in consumption statistics, the
death rate there being four thousand
for every million inhabitants, fol
lowed by Austria Hungary with 3,
500, France with 3,000, Germany 2,200
Holland, 1,900, Italy 1870, Scotland
1,700, England 1,400.
The best effects of the open air
cure are shown in England, which
L08T AND FOUND.
LOST—Jot mink muff Friday evening
Finder please return to Tribune and
receive reward.
FARM LANDS.
ONLY $240-^A splendid Georgia farm
home. Home earns more .each year
than the total cost. Cultivation with
out attention of owner if preferred,
or convertible at your option. Abso
lute safety guaranteed. Bank refer
ence and trusteeship. Write for
photographs. Quick action necessary.
Answer immediately. Geo. W. Deen.
Box 708, Waycross, Ga.
MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE—Fifteen pure bred Ply
mouth Rock chickens and a chick
en house Strongly built and can
be easily moved. A. Hillstrand,
Phone 300-L.
FOR EXCHANGE—Anything you are
not using may be of great value to
some one else. Trade with them.
A-three-line ad. runs three days for
25c and will find what you need
A 8NAP—Quarter section of land im-*The
proved, seven miles N. E. from Re
gan, Burleigh county, $12.50 an ac
re, if taken within seven days
$1000. cash, balance easy pay
ments, adjoining land selling for
$25 an acre. J. C. Anderson, Wil
ton, No. Dak.
FOR SALE—A new, cozy, homelike
sixnToom house modern 50-foot
front lot no special assessments
sidewalk and sewer paid in full
best part of city price, $2,850.00
1
reasonable amount in cash balance
on monthly payments. F. E. Young.
CHIMNEY SWEEPING—Any person
wanting chimneys swept Phone 231.
William Todd.
FOR RENT—Small farm, good build
ings, only 4 miles from Bismarck.
E. C. Wright, care First National
bank.
FOR 8ALE—3000 bushels of flax
seed, absolutely free from foul
seed. 99.7 per cent pure seed, as
tested by Prof. Bolley of N. Dak.
Agricultural College, Fargo. Sam
ple can be seen at Coonan's Cafe.
A. L. De Shon, Steele, N. Dak.
FOR SALE OR RENT—320 acres,
the S. 1-2 Sec. 26, Cromwell Town
ship, Will rent hay land for $50.00
or sell all for $20.00 per acre on
easy terms. H. P. Hanson, Nor
den, S. D.
TO TRADE—Have 1-2 section land,
partly Improved, in Burleigh coun
ty, to exchange for land adjoining
Bismarck, or residence property. W.
TC. Lahr. BismarHc, N. D.
AUTOMOBILES—Have four big snip*
in second-hand cars of different
makes. See us quick. Lahr Motor
Sales company.
FOR SALE—About' 50 hogs, large and
small or will trade for cattle. R.
D. Coonen.
Try Tribune Want Cotiims*
BISMAEOK DAILY TMBONS
Scoop Covers the Auto Wreck at the Foot of Capitol Hill
'MA'-fBe W A S A
GrlNKffCNR\DlHCr WITH
SOMfc. ONE ElSES Vv«s£,
GEE w/ouui4r y*m
with tbis system has succeeded in the
last fifty years in reducing by half the
mortality through tuberculosis, bu|b
if that were not enough, Italy pro
vides fresh demonstrations, showing
how much more consumption etfects
people who are confined within
buildings than those who live in the
open air.
The death rate from this disease
among nuns is 425.53 every thousand
among weavers, 408.16 among print
ers, 400 among dress makers, 311
while among shepherds and agricul
turists it is only 44.
To Disinfect Arabs.
A dispatch! from Tripoli says that
the military authorities have had re
course to a most ingenious expedi
ent to disinfect the Arab population,
but it was difficult to know how to
apply it without hurting their feel
ings or preiudlcea The office of
hygiene has established ext to tha
American consulate, a pump which
sprays a disinfectant. The Arabs at
first ran away frightened, thinking
it was a kind of quick-firing gun, but
they saw the Italian soldiers
going under the spray and coining out
refreshed and iperfume«l they all
rushed to do likewise, and there is
now a daily procesiion of dirty ragged
natives to the disinfecting ump.
Commissioners'
Proceedings
I I
O E E I N S O OF
-BOUNTY COMMiSSWNERS FOR
The board of county commissioners
call Commisslflners Korn, J£}*f™on•
Thompson and Vespermatt responded.
The following bills were upon motion
allowed.
C. R. Kosttzky. salary county
tcrftsUTcr ......••«*»••*•*•**••
T. E. Flaherty, salary county au
ditor -w*
John F. Fort, salary county reg
ister of deeds
C. L. Vigness, salary county su
perintendent of schooJiy..
Beatrice Wade, clerk register of
deeds
Mrs. Charles Avery, subsistence
poor
C. A. Burton, rent for poor, Mrs.
N. M. Christianson, road work ..
T. E. Flaherty, postage county
auditor
Dan Falconer, road work
Western Union, messages, "sher
iff"
William Simmer, witness state's
attorney
Bismarck Hardware Co., mdse.
court house and jail
John Yegen, merchandise to poor
as follows:
Mr. Helss ....$15.00
Dora Wahl 7.00
Joseph Cobb 10.00
Mrs. J. Chapman 10.00
Total
Austin Logan, merchandise to
poor, Thomas McGee
Frank Ulna, road work
Lenhart Drug Co., drugs for
board of health
Frank Kavasnicka, road work...
Marshat Oil Co., perolin
166.66
166.66
141.66
141.66
McKenzie, salfirT^ounty
judg.e
W. It. Smith, salary state's at
torney \"r",
Charles C. Fisher, salary clerk of
court
1 6 6
Nellie G. Evarts, salary deputy
county superintendent of schools
A. P. Anderson, salary register of
deeds ....«••••*••**»•*••*****•*
Josle Williams, salary deputy
treasurer
A. E. Preston, salary deputy au
ditor
Frank Barnes, fees, sheriff and
deputies for February.. 821.»5
Mrs. O'Leary. overpayment of
taxes i«.wi
Grambs & Peet, contract for clus
ter lights 1,144.84
John Harold, services county sur
veyor loo.oo
McKenzie Gazette, legal publica
tion 61.59
The Palladium, stationery 13.00
65.00
Palladium, printing and sta
tionary 1°9-59
S. E. Register, clerk register of
deeds
Katharine Boyle, clerk auditor's
office
On roll call those answering were Com
missioners Korn, Patterson, Thompson
and Vesperman. Commissioner Thomp
son moved, which was seconded by Com
missioner Vesperman, that the auditor be
instructed to draw a warrant payable to
the treasurer of Gibbs township In the
sum of $81.16 for road money due said
township on 1910 tax collections.
On roll call all the commissioners voted
"Aye." The motion declared carried.
Moved by Commissioner Thompson and
seconded by Commissioner Korn, that
there be transferred $3,000 from penalty
and Interest fund to the general fund and
the auditor and treasurer are hereby in
structed to make said transfer. On roll
call all commissioners present voted
"Aye." Motion declared carried.
The bill of Grambs & Peet for cluster
lamp poets arround the court house in
the sum of $1,144.84 was presented for
payment. On roll call those voting in
favor of payment of said bill were Com
missioners Patterson, Thompson and Ves
perman. Commlsloner Korn voted "No."
The following bills were upon motion
allowed:
Hughes Electric Co.. lights $ 80.76
Washburn Coal Co. Coal to poor
as follows:
Mrs. Fetch $6.60
Phillip Kushman 7.02
Mrs. Lundberg 7.33
Mary Bullock 6.78
Mrs. Wahl 6.90
K. Heiss 5.00
TotaT
Thomas Novak, road work
Amos Robidou, rent to poor as
follows:
February
2.00
42.00
H. A. Thompson, repairs court
house and jail 4.35
Adjournment was then taken to the
6th:
March 6th, 1912.
The board of county commissioners met
pursuant to adjournment. On roll call
Commissioners Korn, Patterson, Thomp
son and Vesperman responded. The fol
lowing bills were allowed:
L. W. McLean, merchandise to
the poor as follows:
Mrs. Fetch JtO.OO
Mary Bullock 10.00
Philip Kershman 15.00
Trip Harris 8.00
Mrs. Adams 6.00
Owen Farley 10.00
Total
O. J. Oleson, salary deputy clerk
of court
J. P. Jackson, rent to poor,
59.00
30.00
Mrs. Adams
Bismarck Construction Co., re
pairs
Wachter Dry and Transfer Co.,
dray. $3.00 wood. $7.50
Wachter Dray «nd Transfer Co.,
road work, Apple creek bridge 16.0.0
Hoskins Stationery Co. supplies.
M. J. McKenzie, fees attendance
insanity board
L. H. Langley, witness insanity
board
Bismarck Tribune Co., legal pub
lications
Alvin Abarr, witness insanity
board
M. J. McKenzie, fees attend
ance insanity board
G. F. Dullan, fees attendance in
sanity board
Dr. F. R. Smyth, fees attendance
insanity board
Sacks Bros., merchandise to poor,
6 5 0 0
6 5 0 0
20.00
5
*.°
0
Joe Milfer
Sacks Bros., merchandise to poor,
Joe Miller, Sr.
McKenzie Mercantile, Co., mer
chandise to Joe Miller, Sr
Cotton & Anderson, coal to poor,
8.00
10.00
4.80
Lundberg
Mrs. J. P. Lundberg, subsistence,
poor
Hughes Electric Co., supplies....
Hughes Electric Co., lights 72.48
Upon motion the meeting adjourned to
2 o'clock p. m.
Afternoon Session.
Joe Miller, Sr.-.
Cotton & Anderson, coal to poor,
Joe Miller, Jr. ..
Bismarck Tribune Co., legal pub
lications ......
Frank Scott, witness in district
court
T. C. Madden, court reporter
T. C. Madden, court reporter
E. G. Fields, fees coroner's acct.
Dr. F. B. Strauss, expert testi
mony
39.53
2.00
Mary Bullock $7.00
Phillip Kushman 7.00
Trip Harris 5.00
Jack Sunderland 6.00
Dora Wahl 7.00
Jamas H. Cobb 7.00
Charles Burtts 7.00
Julia Oleson 7.00
Mrs. Schrieber 7.00
Total 60.
0.00
3.50
3.50
io.5o
,C. G. Rhodes, wad wevrrr.*?^*"*!.^
Bl«narc3ch«HU»l, keerJiigi W. TV
Gorsuch, poor
St. Alexius hospital', keeping poor,
Dan McCall
St. Alexius hospital', keeping poor,
as follows:
Fred Plxley $29.00
30.55
13.05
Andrew Watznlk 32.00
W. K. Markham 13.50
Total
Dakota Coal and Produce Co.,
coal court house and jail
Dakota Coal and Produce Co.,
coal court house and jail' 139.08
N. D. Ind. Tel Co., rent for Feb
ruary
C. B. Moffit & Co., mdse. to poor,
Mrs. C. J. B. Hoffman
Grambs '& Peet. oupplies court
house and jail .'
A. W. Lucas Co.. merchandise
court house and jail
A. W. Lucas Co., merchandise,
poor, K. Heiss
A. Vesperman, for keeping poor,
125.00
116.66
70.83
65.00
65.00
74.50
97.46
24.00
to.***
10.75
6.00
15.00
Mrs. Dixon
Times Publishing Co., stationary
W. R. Miller, witness insanity
board
Art Metal Construction Co., fix
tures 393.67
Hughes Electric Co., supplies 27.50
N. D. Ind. Tel. Co.. tolls for
15.00
2C.75
2.10
11.95
23.65
5.50
2.10
40.24
2.10
5.50
4.00
14.00
10.45
8.00
18.25
12.70
4.00
150.45
2.10
10.00
50.00
5.10
10.00
The following tax abatements were
upon motion granted:
The application of AV. G. Hoerr for re
fund on SW1-4 of 15-142-75 was upon
motion granted as same was assessed
for 1909 and 1910 as containing 160
acres, whereas his deed only calls for
82.50 acres.
The application of George Brittin for
cancellation of assessment on horses in
Morton township was granted as same
was put on by the township board of
Logan township and the assessment cor
rected to $1,777. valuation as listed with
assessor of Morton township and refund
granted on valuation of $398 as township
board placed 75 head of horses on in Lo
gan township instead of 50 head which
is all he had.
The application of A. B. Anderson for
refund on school poll paid was upon mo
tion granted, he not being a resident of
Burleigh county.
Upon motion the following bills were
allowed:
E. H. L. Vesperman, services
county commissioner
Fred Korn, services county com
missioner
J. M. Thompson, services county
commissioner '.
E. G. Patterson, services county
commissioner
10.00
11.80
12.70
.11.00
Upon motion the meeting adjourned
until April 1st at 9 o'clock A. M.
T. E. FLAHERTY,
County Auditor.
RESIDENCE FOR SALE.
Eight room modern bouse, desira
bly located. Mrs. W. Hoover, 601
Sixth street. Phone 185.
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1 W A W
A A I N E S
A complete line of all the latest
magazines now in stock
Also newspapers, both local
and out-of-town
BUY YOUR READING HERE
FIFTH STREET STATIONERY CO.
MMP.J. LAUJWRY
And Teams, Saddle Horses or Cab. We have new
Turnouts, and give best service to merit your trade.
CLOOTEN'S LIVERY
Old Wachter Barn Phone 105 [514 Main St.
ARE YOU GOING TO
BUILD?
If So Let Us Figure With You
Our long experience in the lumber
business will enable us to give you
information that will be of benefit to
you while you're planning your home.
If you deal with us you can rely on
getting the quality of material you
buy and the very best of service.
We also sell
Carney, Red Lodge, Smithing and
Hard Coal
The Red Lodge is the best caskwe know of for the range
N0RTZ LUMBER GO.
Successors to H. C. Rhud Lumber Co.
810 Main Street Phone 77
NINE
McKenzie Hotel Bldg.
We iron Shirts, Collars and
women's fine garments
hand. No burns or smudges
We are very careful to do
only the finest work, and will
call for and deliver promptly.
Phone 378
Home Hotel Bldg. 5th St.
PETERSOO,
Proprietor
ALSO HAVE SOME ROOMS FOR RENT
For DRIVING
Phone 105
For Good Rigs
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