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TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 1912.
HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED—At State Reform Scnool, 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 goqd 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. WANTED—Good, steady, reliable man to do chores, milk cows, and make himself generally' useful., Wages $30 per month and board. Ap ply Bismarck Elevator & Investment Co., over Bismarck Bank. LOOT AND FOUND. FOUND—A Plymouth Rock cockerel •in chicken yard. Owner call at Locherke's, 407 Third street. FOUND—Bunch of keys, 4 Yale on ring. Call at Tribune office. ROOM8 FOR RENT. FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house. 117 1st St., phone 332R. FOR RENT—Pleasant front room 516 Third street. P6R RENT—Pleasant room in modern house, close in. 400 Fourth street. FOR RENT—Swell suite of rooms fur. nished for housekeeping in modern house. Call afternoons. 807 4th St. FOR RENT—A suite of rooms on first floor with 'board at 212 Third 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—A large room in modern house. 423 Fourth street. FOR RENT—'Furnished rooms or for housekeeping modern. Half block from Palace hotel. 307 Front St. FOR RENT—Furnished room in new est and most modern house in city. Address R, care Tribune. run HfcNT—Mooern rooms ana ouaim at Dufraven Place. SIS Third street Phone 1S2 FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms, 307 Fourth street. FOR RENT—HOUSE*. FOR RENT—Six room house, not and cold water, electric lights, toilet and lavatory. Rent $20. Phone 498R. FOR RENT—Modern five-room house D. J. McGillis. FOR RENT—Residence on Sixth and room en Broadway. Clifford. I FOR RENT—Large, modern house, 12 rooms, including closet. Close to high school building. Inquire B. S. Pierce. 404 Fifth street. FOR RENT—Bight-room modern house. M. A. Edberg, 803 Seventh street FOR RENT—8 room modern house with barn. Pho 577. Bismarck Water Supply Co. FOR EXCHANGE. FOR EXCHANGE—Anything you are not using may be of great value to some on© ~lse. Trade with them. A three-line ad. rum three days for 25c and will find what you need. SEWttfO WANTED. WANTED—Sewing to do at my house. Elsie Rogers. 615 2nd St WANTED—Dressmaking, 81* m. Phone 375K BOARD AND ROOM. BOARD and rooms rates by week or month. Pearl Allen, Phone 130. 114 Main FOR SALE—FURNITURE. FOR SALE—Furniture, dining tame, round extension, dressers, kitchen cupboard, been in use one monta. 312 1st street FOR SALE—Set of parlor furniture, center table, onyx table, double wardrobe and pictures, lady desk and bookcase. 58 Thayer street, corner of First. awa«a*HBB»gw WANT ADS BRING RESULTS HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—Competent girl for gener al housework. Two in family. 513 Ave. A. •ANTED—Dining room girl at the Banner House. WANTED—A good girl for dining room work. Address Brown Hotel, Flasher N. D. 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 second work. Ap ply at Woodmansee, 411 Ffith St. WANTED—Girl to work in store. Apply Homan's Cafe. WANTED—Girl for dining room work Apply Homan's Cafe. WANTED—A girl for 1 1 around house work, call at 523 1st St.or phone 469L. 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. FOR 8ALE—HOUSK8. 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 andlawn 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. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES WANTED—Resident manager for a leading manufactruing corporation, to open office in Bismarck. Will allow $150 to $200 monthly, also au thorized expenses and extra com mission. Must carry $500 to $1,000 cash stock according to territory, contraot, etc.. to supply demand created by our advertising and agents appointed. Superintendent, Dept. 10 G, 228 West Huron St., Chicago. MISCELLANEOUS. 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 99.7 per cent pure. R. D. Coonen. FOR SALE—The upper S. S. north half of Sec. 1, Twp. 139, Range 77 321 acres, 'Burleigh county, North .Dakota. Address O. Ingersoll, Arkansas City, Kansas. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE—Five thousand bushels of flax for sale, well matured, early threshed. Frank A. Cousins, Supt. Occident Elevator Co., Bismarck, N. Dak. FOR BUSINESS LOCATIONS come to the new town of Heil, 100 miles southwest of Bismarck. Wm. Heil, Hell, N. D. FOR RENT—IA well improved farm, V/i miles east of Menoken, Burleigh county. Will furnish seed. Apply to Fox Land company. FOR SALE—Hardware and machine, tin shop in connection will sell on time. Address "Shop," care Tribune. FOR SALE—House moving outfit, wheel scrapers and wagons at a a bargain. 309 8th St. WANTED—People to know we will give you a first class job in any cement or stone work, you may2896-^C. need. M. P. MOORE, 5th St. Phone 460J. FOR SALE—3,000 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. D. HOUSES WANTED—When several new buildings rtart to go up, you290*6—M. will see houses become difficult to get. Use the wants. 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. B. 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 nickle a bundle at Tribune of fice. FOR 8ALE—Large 18-foot tent with floor. Phone 201J. WANTED—Small tract of land near town, suited for chicken rancii and dairying. Address Chicken Farm, P. O. Box 437, Bismarck. 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—A barn, inquire of Mrs. A. N. Leslie. 413 Third street. SEED OATS—Car seed oats on N. P. track. Jas. Holland. Bismarck Steam Laundry open even ings until 8:30 leave your pack. age after supper or call for. GET YOUR HAT .blocked and cleaned at the tailor made shining parlor. Two doors west df postoffice. Licensed Autos Automobile lincenses were today issued by Secretary of State P. D. Norton to: 2875—C. A. Glenn, Merricourt. 2876—(Fred G. Oehlke, Enderlin. 2877—Frank Rich.Goodrich. 2878—The Jasmann Realty Co., Good rich. 2879—^Phillip Tulp. Hurdsfleld. 2880—O. B. Garnass, Oberon. 28811—Oscar O. Roppe, Flora. 28«ft—A. J. Myhro, Flora. 2883—Jas. F. Watkins, Baldwin. 2884—Chas. Christie, Edmond. 2885—M.. Mattson, Jr., Sheyenne 2886—Chas Boyd, Pingree. 2887—Fred W. Smith. Alfred. 2888—E. G. Bloedonw, Alfred. 2889—.Edwin L. Wood, Alfred. 2890—C. 'M. Washburn, Edgeley. 2891—T. E. Aarestad, Cooperstown. 289'2-^Wm. Beyer, Oriska. 2898—'Engebret Larson, Valley City. 2894—R. M. Hoenisch, Kief. 2895—John A. Soderwuist. Columbus. H. Hecht. Bowbells. 2'897—W. A. Priess, Ambrose. 2898—'Frist Nnational Bank, Ambrose. '2899—C. K. Christenson, Carpio. 290O—H. A. Sampson, Berthold. 290/1—'Jay W. Brown, Sentinel Butte. 2902—W. A. Shear, Sentinel Butte. 2903—*Chas. Paulson, Rogers. 2904—Andrew Hartman, Rogers. 2905—Arthur Harrington. Floyd. Billingmeur, Goodrich. 2907—Elemer Krogfoss, Binford. 2908—IE. F. Swarthout, Pettiboae. 2909—R. M. Rishworth, McClusky. 2-910—«. O. Hamann, Sykeston. 29111—.F. C. Davies. New Rockford. 2912—Geo. W. Fields, Tiffeny. 2913—O. Hungness, Sheyenne. 21914—Wm. W. Wilson. Sheyenne. 2915—W. O. Landsork, Sheyenne. 2916—W. B. Shortwell, Fargo. 2917—IMcKenzie Thompson co. Wheat land. 2918—Neil A. .Munro, Bowman. 2919—H. B. Allen, Steele. 2920—John Oallan, Ellendale. 2S2rt—Anton Sitko, Fingal. 2922—JFirst National Bank. Carpio. 2923—John Christianson & Son, New3047—JR. iSalem. 2924—John Sinner, Casselton. 2i92i5—Wm. Canfield, Edmore. 2926—»N. J. Nelson, Dazey. 2927—'Nicholas Shockman Berlin. 2®28—C E. Turnbough. Edgeley. 2929—'E. E. Carter, Leith. 2930—Schibsby Implement Co.. Lans ford. 2931-John S McClory, Devils Lake. 2932-^W. H. Northrop, Hope. 2983—(A. O. Arneson, McVille. 2034—N. N. Brakke. iMcVllle. 2935—James Johnson, McVille. 2936—!Nick Halverson, Tolna. 2937—The Thompson Realty Co., Cando. 2938»-^Thomas Lloyd, Kempton. 2939—T. J. iSteedsman, Kempton. 2940—(Rumely Products Co., Fargo. '2941'—iRumely Products Co., Fargo. 2942—E. A. Gullickson, Hatton. 2943—Ceo. A. Newsalt, iFargo. 2944—J. N. Engerholm. Hamesstead. 2945—J. T. Tweten, Rolette. 2946—J. N. Chase, Lakota. 2947—*H. A. Cruttenden, Inkster. 2948—J. C. Taylor, Lisbon. 2949—C. J. Smith, Verona. 2950—iC. Healy Jr.. Carrington. 2951—'L. E. Green & C. O. Earsley. Russell. 2.952—W. L. Pickard, Niagara. 2953—H. Klug, Niagara. 2954—O. Albin Olson, Niagara. 2935—W. J. H. Montgomery Niagara. 2956—'Ernest Kirk, Niagara. 2957—O. O. Huseby, Wheelock. 29&8—Citizens State Bank, Wheelock. 2959—M. J. Nelson. Hillsboro. 2960—3erhart Hanson, Buxton. 2961-^Ole GJolme, Fordville. 2962—E. A. Jensen. McCanna. 2968—B. F. 'Nichals. Fairmount. 2964—Erick Mourn. Bottineau. 2963—W. H. Porter, Calvin. 2966—C. A. Erickson, Calvin. 2967—Chas. B. Christianson, Enderlin 2968—W. G. Enle, Enderlin. 2969—Chas. H. iMoas. Northrup. 2970—»Alf. O. Nelson. (Manning. 2971—John Irmen, Bisbee. 2972—(David Lubenon. Great Bend. 2973—'Albert Berndt, Great Bend. 2974—1. D. Sheets, Arvilla. 2975—C. V. Roop, Ellendale. 2976—Wm. Heckelsmiller. Ellendale. 2977—Arne, B. iHaugen, Reynolds. 3978—Clark W. Holmes, Reynolds. 2979—Martin Erickson, Reynolds. 2980MPeter Anderson. Reynolds. 2981—S. N. Thompson, Reynolds. 2982—O. A. Trytten, Reynolds. 2988—Louis Munig, Bisbee. 2984—'A. O. Harstad, Hillsboro. 2985—Martin K. Olson, Hillsboro. 2986—'Alfred Brenden, Hillsboro. 2087—Nels O. Lindaas. Hillsboro. 2988—O. J. Dammen. Hillsboro. 2989-^Clark C. Dalrymple. 2990—Herman Schields, (Munich. 2991—Christ Olson, Willow City. 2992—W. W. Larsen, Beach. 2993—C. E. Roseth. Grand Forks. 2994—C. E. Grannei, Warwick. 2995—Gillman Benson, Warwick. 2996—H. S. Harris, Warwick. 2997—0. B. Olson, Hillsboro. 2998—Cudvig, Schulstad. Reynolds. 2999—M. O. Lebacken, Reynolds. 3000—'Fred Tomson, Crary. 3001—-X. H. Elvick, Michigan City. 3002—R. D. Sutherland, Williston. 30O3—A. O. Gudim, McVille. 3004—J. E. Dick, McVille. J3005-^A. D. -McDougall, McVille. 3O0'6—A. E. Stinacker, Lisbon, 3007—Lars .Stenerson, Portland. 3008—iRev. A. E. Lien, Portland. 3009—C. R. Green, Cavalier. 3010—Phillip Koehler, Cavalier. 3011—Lester F. Lee, Walshville. 3012—Jones Lumber & Imp. Co., Lis bon. 3013—Chas. M. Reed, Lisbon. 3014-HS. L. Serene, Devils Lake. 3015—'Daniel Sachow, Cleveland. SOW—S. M. Ferguson, Brocket. 3017^Frank W. Hauslon, Bowman. 301*—Marius Mathison, Beach. 30H9-tMarius Mathison, Beach. 3020—-lngul Egge, ""owner. 3021—Carl Kvanune, Maza. 3022—Price Bros. Maxbass. 3028—J. H. Tompjins, Minot. 3024—J. G. Choate. Cando. 3025—J. G. Choate, Cando. 30'26—'Henry Hancock, Grand Forks. 3027—Alfred Tennison, Petersburg. 3028—'Edw. T. Kanrud, Makoti. 3029—Wm. Stoltman, Minot. 3030—J. E. Raftery, Eckman. 303H—Wm. Jones. Linton. 3032—N. E. .Odland, New Rockford. 3033—Thos. A. Bardsley. Fairmount. 3034—H. P. Halldorson, Souris. 3035—Langdon Telephone Co., Lang don. 3036—John P. Hali. Willow City. 3037—(Simon Westby, Williston. 3038—E. B. Olson. Williston. 3039—iMoen & Sande, Galesburg. 3O401—O. B. Garnaas, Oberon. 3041—W. H. Webb, Jr., Bismarck. 3042—(Siver Serumgard, Devils Lake. 3043—Jessie M. Bosard, Minot. 3044—G. P. Makee. Kenmare. 3045—J. J. Nedrelor. Kenmare. 3046—A. G. Enzdahl. Kenmare. E. SMgle Kenmare. 3048—P. D. Podhole, Max. 3049—Oscar Olson, Mandan. 3050—D. D. Ramsthel, Beach. 3051—Teney Nichols. 'Dickinson. 3062—J. E. Campbell. Jamestown. 3063—W. C. iNolte, Dazey. 3054— Halvor Hegna Aneta. 30S5—J. A. H. Winsloe, Cooperstown 3056—Albert Heala, Maddock. 3057—Chas. S. Anderson, Carrington. 3058—A. P. Shiflet. Carrington. 3059—G. W. Tower, Edgeley. 3060—M. M. Cone, Montpelier. 30ft1—E. D. Salie. Grand Rapids. 3062-^Geo J. Griffin, Oaks. 3062—Buchanan Elev. Co., Buchanan. 30ft4—J. A. Buchanan, Buchanan. 3065—R. P. Johnson, Gwinner. 3066-^Lund Bros, Gwinner. 3057—J. A. Melieher. Kulm. 3068—Gottrried Grosz. Kulm. 3069—»H. B. Langsdale, Lehr. 3070—G. V. Holset. Napoleon. 3071-rEmil Utke, Alice. 3072—Moi'berg & Norgaard, Kathryn, 3078—E. A. iMickelsen. Kathryn. 3074—'D. F. O'Neill, Fargo. 3075—H. I. Wager. Tower City. 307«—B. H. Sykes, Valley City. 3077—Andrew Grosser, Brinsmade. 3078—A. F. Lehr, Gackle. 3079—J. J. Betram, Tower. 3080—L. M. Hailing Binford. 3081—Martin Holton, Washburn. 3082—H. Thorson, Drake. 3082—iDr. B. A. Place, Elgin. 30"84—S. R. Swenson, Esmond. 3083—O. P. Lleson. Sheyenne. 3086—Carl Hillstrom. Sheyenne. 3087—John Watson, Jamestown. 3088—A. F. Pinkham, Casselton. 3089—A. R. Amphlett, Ellendale. 3090—W. M. Wilson, Clifford. 3091—E. F. Gilbert, Casselton. 3092—J. E. Galehouse Jr.,Carrington. 3093—Geo. Herman, Carrinton. 3094—S. J. Doyle. Carrington. 3095—W. J. Doyle, Carrington. 3006—(Adam Meyer, Lincoln. 3097—J. D. Lammle. Ashley. 3098—Joseph Schuly, Ashely. 3099—W. D. Dopking, Flasher. 3100—Mott Supply Co., Mott. 3101—(L. S. Royer, Mandan. 3102—Jens Pederson Milnor. 3103—C. E. Knox, Oakes. 3104—Thill Hendrickson. Nome. 3105—Fred F. Lerschen Judson. 3106—G. A. Moackrud, Galesburg. 3107—E. H. Schmidt, Hope. 3108—J. Nelson, Finley. 3109-^Smith & Setrault, Walhalla. 3110—Buffalo Pitts Co., Fargo. 3111—A. E. Lindstrom, Langdon. 3M2—W. B. Cook, Overly, aiiia—W. B. Cook, Overly. 3118-^Dr. Moreland iR. Irby. Lankin. 3114—H. G. Scansen, Pekin. 3115—John Odegard, Pekin. Money to Loan Does it pay to rent a house? Get out your rent receipts for the past five years and add them up yourself, then investigate our plan, $7.50 per month with 5 per cent interest on yearly balances, pays for a $1,000 home. We allow the loan to run for ten years, but you can pay in full at any time thereby stopping the interest. We also allow a discount of 5 per cent when as much as one year or more is paid in advance at one time. 6 9 W. F. RATHMAN State Agent for The Capital Security Company, Norfolk, Va. 3116—(F. H. Pepple, Fessenden. 3117—R. W. Clements, Fessenden. 3118—Andrew Erickson, Manfred, 3119—Cando Imp. Co., Cando. 3420—J. C. Rousseau. Crosby. 3121—Carl E. Gilbertson, Crosby. 3122—J. A. Moore. Crosby. 3123—Hubert Van de Erve, Sherwood. 3124—Jacob Van de Erve, Sherwood. 3125—Chas. Sanderson, Sherwood. 3126—A. A. Laur, Sherwood. 3127—Thos, Rowan. Sherwood. 3128—Chas. E. Hen, Mohall. 3129—Ole Serumgard, Devils Lake. 3130—Elias Porter, Calvin. 313H—Elenbam Bros., Munich. 3132—B. E. Carjenter. Munich. 3133—E. I. Donevan", Langdon. 3134—'A. L.L Beggs. Ellendale. 313.".—M. P.' Ryan, Grand Forks. 3136—'H. M. Rounce. Grand Forks. 3137—A. I. Hunter. Grand Forks. 3138—Lawrence Larson, Grand Forks. 3139—E. A. Crain, Linton. 3140—W. E. Petrie. Linton. 3141—A. N. Junge, Linton. 3142—W. O. Irwin, Linton. 3143—'Anton Horner, Linton. 3144—J. D. Root, Guelph. 3145—Fred Bye, Gilby. 3156—M. E. Bratley, Gilby. 3147—R. M. McLean, Gilby. 3148—W. S. Parker. Lisbon. 3149—0. A. Hong, Hillsboro. 3150—A. G. Anderson. Hillsboro. 31'51—Julius Bakkum, Hillsboro. 31.12—Wm. .Matthia. Calfax. 3153—Chas. Klostermann Mooreton. 31'54—iH. & A. F. Evenson. Mooreton. 3155—G. E. Anderson, Portland. 31'56—M. L. Elken Mayville. 3157—0. A. Eastvold, Mayville. 3158—Goose River Imp. Co., Mayville. 3159—Iver Ingebretson, Mayville. 3160—O. J. Elefson. Mayville. 3161—Emil Morstad, Mayville. 3162-4M. Barr, Mayville. 3163—•Sam Christenson, Wahpeton. 3164—T. E. Tufte, Northwood. 3165—(A. A. Anderson, Hatton. 3166—Myron W. Griffin, Ellendale. 3167—H. C. Peek Ellendale. 3168^Henry Larson, Nash. 3169—J. M. Anderson. Fargo. 3170—ill. O. Frueger, Fargo. 3171—Arthur F. Colwell, Fargo. 3172—C. G. Gaarder. 'Park River. 3'73—Jerome Ruzicka, Lankin. 3174*—W. L. Bronson, Orr. 3175—Wild Bros. & Co., Osnabrock. 3176—Wild Bros. & Co., Osnabrock. 3177—Wm. P. Wild. Osnabrock. 3178—iA. A. Seeley, Langdon. 3179—Wm. J. Bechtle, Linton. 31'80—Theordore Brenner, Linton. 3181—Theodore Thompson, Cogswell. 3182—W. H. Otten Cavalier. 3183—A. E. Pease, Kelso. 3184—T. R. Daily. Conway. 3185—George Long, Sharon. 3186—John Halverson. Valley City. 3187—I). Ray Gregg, Sherwood. 3188—Geo. Harrison, Michigan. 3189—H. H. Meloos, Northwood. 3190—Robert J. Parry, Webster. 3191—'August Marschke. Enderlin. 3192— J. J. lAldahl. Valley City. 3193—J. A. Pepper, Fargo. 3194^Dr. S. A. Berg, Aneat. 3195—E. H. Durbin. Langdon. 3196—W. E. Moen, Souris. 3197—T. V. Michael, Willow City. 3198—Dr. B. E. Ryder, Oakes. 3199—A. G. Maercklein. Ellendale. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggis' refund money if it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sig nture is on each box 25c. +++++++++++++++++++++++«+++*+, DRESSMAKER Formerly Located 622 Third St. Room 12 Lucas Blk The First National Banlt OF NEW SALEM Can make a boast unequalled by any other bank in this section of the -tat Nor is it Idle boasting. After two years of crop failures, to which the other banks at. tribute their falling off In fl DEPOSITS this bank finds itself stronger in every respect than ever before. You Wonder Why? Our customers ar« 90 per cent dairy farmer. W« know now of some choice dairy farms for sale. If you want to make money, see us, and we can put you next to several bargains In land near tie best creamery In the stat-*. BRYAN & SONS Livery,FeedandSale Stable Graying. Transfer, Hack, Coal, Wood, Hay, Corn Fodder ^vfc^V.-•7rv.T•J3«l.'''*wrBO» «lWi•»-•'-**^'^^tt» All first class rigs, good robes, foot warmers, etc. Careful and competent drivers. Call around and see us. Tou will find our prices right Tour comfort is our success Call Phone 277 or Soo Hotel for Carriage or Hacks 8th Street, Between Broadway and Thayer Phone 277 m\ II II