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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1912.
/omtcimenpomurr «*T OffeOWbOH \oo acoo» —HMR, &4CIKTY CbUIMNS CAWRW A swqxmoor muss, sous* W CAWU WM uw ASK HIM WHY W OlOHT- LET US IN OH TMAT— MOMKSY DINNER. HELP WANTED—MALE WANTED—Steady, reliable young man to work in garage. LAHR MOTOR SALES CO. WANTED—Good Blacksmith to work on salary, buy or rent the shop, optional with owner, in a good North Dakota town, just 35 miles from Bismarck. Address Kintyre State Bank, Kintyre, Emmons coun. ty, N. D. WANTED—At State Reform School, a man to take charge of farm work must understand the hand ling of horses and machinery, car ing for stock, etc. A man of good habits and willing to devote his time to the interests of the school. A man from thirty to fifty years of age and without family incum brances preferred. Address super intendent of State Reform School, Mandan, North Dakota. WANTED—At State Reform School, an engineer to take charge of heat ing and lighting plant must be a man of good habits and willing to devote his entire time to the inter ests of the school. A man from thirty to fifty years of age without family encumbrances preferred. Address the 'Superintendent of Re form School, :Mandan. North Dakota. ROOMS FOR RENT. FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house. Call 400 Fourth street. FOR RENT—A suite of rooms on first floor with board at 212 Third street. __ FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod em house at 831 Fifth street. FOR RENT—One modern room, suit able for two with board. 416 Thayer street. FOR RENT—A suite of three rooms in the Hare block. FOR RENT—Furnished room, $6 per month. 316 Eighth street. FOR RENT—A large room in modern house. 423 Fourth street. vFOR RENT—Modem rooms, also for light housekeeping. 808 Seventh. Phone 442L. FOR RENT—(Furnished rooms or for housekeeping modern. Half block from Palace hotel. 307 Front 3t. FOR RENT—Furnished room in new est and most modern house In city. Address R, care Tribune. FOR RENT—Modern rooms and boar* at Dunraven Place. SIS Third street Phone 1SS. FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms. 307 Fourth street. FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms, $6.00 and $7.00 per month. 316 Eighth street FOR RENT—HOUSE*. FOR RENT—House with bath. 522 Third St. C. A. Burton. Phone 168. FOR RENT—Six room house, hot and cold water, electric lights, toilet and lavjftory. Rent $20. Phone "'498R. FOR RENT—'Modern five-room house. D. J. McGillis. FOR RENT—'Residence on upper Sixth and room en Broadway. S. S. Clifford. FOR RENT—Large, modern house, 12 rooms, including closet. Close to high school building. Inquire E. S. Pierce, 404 Fifth street. FOR RENT—Eight-room modern house. M. A. Edberg, 803 Seventh street. FOR BENT—Furnished 6-room house centrally located. George W. Little. Phone 13»J. FOR RENT—8 room modern house with barn. Pho 577. Bismarck Water Supply Co. 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 EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE—Anything yon are not using may be of great raJue to some one *tae. Trade with them. A three-line ad. runs three **r» WANT ADS BRING RESULTS HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—Experienced girl for gen eral housework. 402 Mandan Ave., Phone 343. WANTED—A good girl for dining room work. Address Brown Hotel, Flasher N. D. WANTED—Girl for second work, ap ply the Woodmansee. WANTED— Girl to help with house ..work and take care of children. Phone 560 or call 20 Avenue A west.. WANTED—Girl for general house work at 719 Sixth street. WANTED—At once, a lady composi tor steady work to come at once. Independent, Garrison, N. D. WANTED—Girl for general house work. Mrs. O. N. Dunham. FOR 8ALE—FURNITURE. 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 8ALe—HOUSfcS. FOR SALE—8 and 9 room modern houses on 5th street east front, convenient to down town first class neighborhood, will sell at cost price to owners. F. E. Young. FOR SALE—An 8-room strictly mod ern house on Fifth street at less than cost to owner three and a half blocks from down town east front 50-foot lot hot water heat private lighting plant good lawn and trees $5,250, reasonable terms. F. E. Young. FOR SALE—A six-room, strictly mod ern house, furnace heat, bath, elec tric lights, well built, warm, nice yard and lawn trees well started pleasant neighborhood this is a good purchase can make very easy terms the greater part can be paid in monthly payments property all clear of encumbrance. F. E. Young. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE—Cheap, farm harness,' very little used. Lewis Vidger Co. FOR SALE—A beautiful lot in River view addition, only 5 blocks from federal building sewer, water, side walk in and paid for 50 feet front, 142 feet deep $500.00 on time, $450 cash. You can't beat it in Bis marck. F. E. YOUNG. FOR SALE—Large 18-foot teat wttG floor. Phone 201J. ROOMS WANTED—New positions opening up with spring will bring many employes to Bismarck. Rent them your rooms through a want ad. ANSWERING WANT ADS Will ke'p you up to date—keep 4 you near te the life of the city. 4 44 tar 25c and will find what yon need. LOST AND FOUWD. LOST—Between Lucas store and Sev enth street, package containing a black braid ornament. Return to 610 Thayer street _____ FOUND—Ladies silk cream colored scarf, left at Tribune office. Please ?4t it Heuio-'nvrrxouMisTttt. souse.-w6u.THis «coot YHe SOCIETY HDttDR-Yes GOOD AND O E WAY You PASSED OUR, A E ot O N A MOM^eV I N N E O »S*tW*T S O W E #«\S WW* A-S X«*\ CONCERNED EVE*Y TIM*V»U S»TJ0W* TO A I S A MONKEY AlNmEJ*_ O O O MOLOfcOftpLEB f^USH+»CAI— SALESMEN WANTED. WANTED—Salesman travelling, sal ary and expenses Or commission. Must be active, ambitious, ener getic splendid opportunity form er experience not essential Land mark Cigar Co., Denver, Pa. SEWING WANTED. WANTED—Sewing to do at my house. Elsie Rogers, 615 2ad St. WANTED—Dressmakiig, 312 4tn SL Phone 375K MISCELLANEOUS. WHITE Scotch Collies wita sable marks two males, $8.00 each one female, $10.00. John Keenan, 601 Second street. Bismarck Steam Laundry open even ings until 8:30 leave your pack, age after supper or call for. GET YOUR HAT flocked and cleaned at the tailor made shining parlor. Two doors west at postoffice. FOR SALE OR RENT—420 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. WANTED—People to know we will give you a first class job in any cement or stone work, you may need. M. P. MOORE, 5th St. Phone 460J. FOR SALE—9,000 bushels of flax, ab solutely free from weed seed. 99.7 •per cent free as tested N. D. Agri. College. Send for samples and prices. A. L. DeShon, Steele, N. P. FOR SALE—8.960 acres of land In Burleigh and McLean counties 42,560 acres in Billings, and 24,800 in Dunn. Will sell cheap, good terms. Inquire of M. E. Edberg, Bismarck, N. D. FOR SALE—Cheap, two second hand gas traction engines. F. Jaszkowiak FOR SALE—Good improved half sec. tion of land four miles from Bald win. 170 acres under cultivation grove of trees, best kind of soil. Will sell on easy terms to right party. Address Box 137, Bismarck, N. D. FOR SALE—A Behr piano, cost $500. Will trade for loto. Mrs. Rose Wal dron, 708 East Main. OLD PAPERS for spring house clean ing a nlckle a bundle at Tribune of fice. FOR SA—i—Seven new houses are promised in Rlverview addition this spring. Why not get In the pro cession for the best an prettiest part of Bismarck. Our prices are low and our terms are easy. F. E Young, agent. SEED FLAX FOR SALE—I ordered a carload of flaxseed from A. L. De Shon of Steele and will sell at $2.75 per bushel, F. O. B. Bismarck. This seed went 15 bushels per acre and grades 90.7 per cent pure. R. D. Coonen. BOARD AND ROOM. BOARD and rooms rates by week or month. Pearl Allen, Phone 130. 114 Main. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE Scoop Held the 'Phone and Got the "Busy" Signal FUNERAL NOT HELD UNTIL MIDNIGHT GRAND FORKS, .N. D., April 10— With lanterns spreading only a faint glow over the scene the body of 31. Goldstein, 704 Second avenue, was •buried in the Jewish cemetery in Grand Forks shortly before midnight last night, one of the most unique fu nerals in the history of the city be ing concluded with his interment. Over 350 of the Jewish residents o' Grand Forks participated in the fu neral service, the striking feature be ing that all the mourners walked to and from the cemetery, leaving the home of the deceased at 10 o'clock and not returning until 12:30 o'clock 'his morning, which was the hour that Rabbi V. Papermeister. who offici ated, reached his residence. Customs of the Jews, prescribed by their religion, made the conduct of the funeral in this manner necessary. The fact that Mr. Goldstein had died on a holy day during the feast of the Passover, was directly responsible for the carrying out of the service as indi cated. The funeral cortege took a roite which led from the residence on Seu ond avenue to Washington street, thence on Washington street to Uni versity avenue, out University avenue to the road leading north to the ceraa tery. It was a unique and unusual proces sion which followed the hearse. Many of the mourners carried lanterns. The spectacle of the midnight funeral, which occurred so late that only a few witnessed it, is one that is pre sented on very few occasions. There is no season in the Jewish calendar more holy than the feast of the Passover. The fact that yesterday was a holy day made it impossible to hold the funeral during the day, as no acts which are not absolutely nec essary mayu foe performed. RAILWAY MAIL CLERK IS ARRESTED Floyd Thomas Accused of Gettig Good* Under False Pretenses ABERDEEN, S. D., April 10—Floyd Thomas, a young railway mail clerk who was arrested by Byron McVeigh, a deputy United States marshal, on a charge of having obtained goods from a mail order concern in Chicago under false pretenses, has been released on bonds. Thomas will De tried at t± next term of federal court in Aber. deen. He sent a check for the goous, which was (returned marked "no funds." Later, he claims, he sent an other check, but In We meantime a complaint had been made against bim and his arrest followed. WANTED MUSIC A famous musician appeared in a small town as guest of a friend and favored her with one of the great masterpieces. Upon conclusion there was no applause and the silence grew painful. Thg hostess edged over to the noted musician and asked: "Aren't you going to?" "What do you mean?" asked the violinist. Why," said the lady." Now that you are tuned up, wont you play a tune for us?" Hear this at the band boys dance Thursday night at the armory. BANDBOYS' DANCE At the Armory Thursday night. COME. ADVERTISED LIST For the week ending April 6th, 1912 Andreau, C. Buckley, W. R. Converse, H. Fisher, H. C. Hess, C. A. Harries, E. E. Harold, H. C. Harney, William. Johnson, Mamie. Long. I. D. Lenord, J. L. Mnenkel, Mrs. O. Merrill, Zena. Nelson, Mrs. Caroline. Oleson, Mrs. Joe. Peda, Pvt. Stanley. Sorenson, Elder B. H. The above list will ibe held two weeks, after which it will be sent to the dead letter office. AGATHA G. PATERSON, Postmaster MILL STRIKE ENDED WEST WARREN, Mass.. April 9.—The strike as West Warren cotton mills of Thorndyke com- 4 pany ended today with the return of 900 employes who have been granted increases ranging from 5 to 7 per cent". MASON,C. BISMARCK LODGE NO. 5, A. F. & A, M. Meets fist and third Mon days in each month at Masonic hall. William O'Hara, W. M. Bradley Marks, secretary. TANCRED COMMANDERY NO. 1. George H. Russ, Jr., E. G. W. Wolbert, recorder. Regular meet ing first and third Thursday of each month. O. E. S. BISMARCK CHAPTER NO. 11, meets first and third Fridays in each month at Masonic hall. Mrs. Mary A. Len hart, worthy matron Mrs. Gertrude Miller, secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ST. ELMO LODGE NO. 4. MdetB each Wednesday evening at K. P. hall. L. K. Thomp -n, C. C. C.Wat tarn, K. of R. & S. PYTHIAN SISTERS. LINCOLN TEMPLE NO. 9. Meeta s-acund and fourth Mondays of each month at K. P. hall. Mrs. Laura Sanders, M. E. Mrs. Nellie Evarts, M. of R. & C. YEOItEN. A FRATERNAI, LIFE AND ACCI dent insurance organization. Meeta the fourth Tuesday in each month in the K. P. hall, Herbert D. Chell son, foreman Elsie McDonald, master of accounts Elizabeth Belk, correspondent. A. O. U. W. BISMARCK LODGE NO. 120. Meets the first Tuesday of each month at K. P. hall at 8 o'clock. Bradley Marks, M. W. E. M. Thompson, financier Roy M. Halliday, recorder. G. A. R. JAMES B. M'PHERSON POST No. 2, Department of North Dakota, Grand Army of the Republic Meets at their rooms in the Armory on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. John W. Miitett, command er A. D. Cordner, adjutant. TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION NO. 140. Meets first nday in each month at 5 p. m. J. A. Smith, president B. C. Sweeney, secretary. I. O. O. F. CAPITAL CITY LODGE No. 2 meets every Thursday evening at Pythian Hall. August Wats. N. Fred ~ue, V. G., Charles L. Hansen, secretary, Frank Evarts, Treasur er. REBEKAH8. NICHOLSON LODGE NO. 40. Meeta the first and thii| Fridays In each month in K. P. hall. Mrs. I. W. Healy, N. G. Mrs. Nellie Evarts, secretary- M. W. A. BISMARCK CAMP NO. 1164, M. W. A. Meets the fourth Friday in each month at K. of P. hall. Francis Jaszkowiak, V. W. F. Jones. Clerk. COMMERCIAL CLUB. COMMERCIALCLUB OF BISMARCK. Regular meeting of club member ship the first Tuesday In each month regular meeting of board of directors the first Friday of each month at Commercial club rooms, Third street. F. L. Conklin, pres ident F. E. Young, secretary. ST. CLEMENS COURT 747. CATHOLIC ORDER OF FOREST, ers. Meets every second and fourth Wednesday. All visiting members invited. E. W. Wasche, C. R. Anton Beer, S. R. L. O. O. M. BISMARCK LODGE NO. 14, LOYAL Order of Moose. Regular meetings every Monday evening of each month. P. F. Strock, dictator S. E. Register, se etaxy. Visiting members welcome. ELKS. B. P. O. B. No. 1199 meet at Elks' hall first and third Fridays of the month. Visiting brother* welcome. R. L. Best, E. R. Carl Pederson, Secretary* HOMESTEADERS, CAPITAL CITY HOMESTEAD NO. 300. Meets first Saturday of the month at K. P. hall at 8 p. m. Fred The Pioneer Abstracters of Burleigh County. WE OWN OUR OWN REC ORDS AND INDEXES. Our Equipment is Modern and up to the Minute. "Do you really own the land you think you own?" UNDERTAKING I E N S E E A E FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phone 100 Day or Night E. FIELD Main and 3d St. Bismarck F. H. HURLEY SIGN PAINTE AND DECORATOR GILDING AND GRAINING PAINTING, PAPER HANG ING AND KALSOMINING West End of Avenue Phone 454J Henry Burman Practical Shoemaker Is building sn excellent business in shoe repair ing. Plenty of compe tent help and can do your work too Henry Burman Broadway, Between 4tbfcstk Sts. CEMENT and STONE WOR General Contracting Cement Walks, Foundations Either stone or concrete M. P. M00RE 514 5th St. Phone 460J Roberts, president W. E. Jensen, secretary. MACCABEES. K. O. T. M. Meeta every first and third Thursday of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. at I. O. O. F. hall. Vis iting members cordially invited. D. Ramp, commander Brick Erick son, record keeper M. B. A. Modern Brotherhood of America meets first Monday and Third Satur. day of each month at K. Hall. Terrence F. White, president, George LaLone, secretary. Royal Night Bodyguard*. For more than 400 years a body of men known as tbe Monteros de Es plnosa have enjoyed the exclusive privilege of watching over the slum bers of the kings and queens of Spain. They are bound by tradition to be na tives of Espinosa and to have served with distinction In tbe army. One of _ase Is on guard at tbe door of the bedroom of each royal personage in the palace, and the others, armed with huge halberds and wearing felt soled •hoes, tread silently all through the night along tbe corridors and halls. Their service begins at midnight and ceases at 7 In the morning. SEVEN THE BURLEIGH COUNTY AB STRACT CO. Legal Abstractors for Burleigh County. Under Bond of $10,000. CITY NATIONAL BANK BLK. FRANK FEENEY, General Insurance. CITY NATIONAL BANK BLK. 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