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SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1916.
HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Earn $20 a week writing names and addresses. No canvass ing. information for stamp. G. C. Smith, Lille Rock, Ark. S-26-lt WANTED—Amazing, startling, sensa tional, stupendous, new, guaranteed, easy insurance protection plan. Hustling agent, 18 to 60, wanted in each locality, to represent big sick and accident company. W. G. Critcli low, Dept. 2714, Covington, Ky. 3-2(5-11 MEN WANTED—Gold Seal No. 10 kills the desire for looacco and snuff a vegetable treatment. Price $1.75. Sworn testimonials sent free. Write for free information. F. E. YOUNG FOR SALE—120 acres, 2 miles from Bismarck. Can break 100 acres. Very cheap and very easy terms. FOR SALE—'6-room modern house south front well located easy terms $2,800. FOR SALE—'South front, 50-foot. lot. $5'00. Sidewalk, water, sewer, street grading all in and paid for in full. Your own terms'. F. E. YOUNG. WORK WANTED WAnTEB Day work, by colored woman. 'Phone 608, between 12 and 3 o'clock. 3-26-3t BOOMS FOB BENT FOR RENT—Two-room furnished apartment. iMurpby 204 Main St. LET A CLASSIFIED AD WORK FOR YOU Classified Ads—Cash in Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. HOW TO ANSWER BLIND ADO. ADVERTISE ESTRAY ANIMALS, All adf signed with, number® or Initials, care Tribune must be an swered by letter addressed to tbe number given, in tbe ad. Tribune em yloyes aru not permitted to tell wbo •uy advertiser is. Mail or send your answer to Tribune No. and we wttH forward to tbe advertiser. Free, inland Chemical Co., Room 11 Lucas Block, Bismarck, X. D. ,'!-26-3t: HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—nGood woman or girl for housework on farm, four miles from Mown. Airs. I). A. Falconer, His marck, N. 1). 3-26-21 ltw WANTED—Girl for general house work: family of three. .Mrs. :K. O. Heistrom. Call at St. Alexins Hos pital, Bismarck. 3-26-61 WANTED—Competent girl for gener al housework. Call 924 6th, or phone r16. 3-2a-6t WANTED—Waitress, ant, 516 Main St. Star Restaur 3-25-3t GIRL WANTED—For general house work. Apply at 523 7th St. 3-23-Gt WANTED—Waitress at Homan's Cafe and Bakery. 3-17-tf WANTED—A girl for general house work. Extra wages if thoroughly competent. Mrs. P. E. Byrne, Av enue A. 3-14-Gt WANTED^Competent girl for gen eral housework. Small family no children good wages. Mrs. Stick ley. Phone 349. 3-10-tf POSITIONS WANTED WANTED—Good girl for general housework small family. 501, 6th St. WANTED—"Position, by young man farm work preferred. Address No. 758, care Tribune. S-21-6t WANTED—Position as pianist in motion picture theatre. Apply No. 745, care Tribune. 3-5-mo Apartments, 3-26-21 FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house, £14 Av&. B. Phone. 3J25-6t ROOM and board at reasonable pric es. -618 6th St. 3-25-6t FOR RENT—Rooms strictly modern in new house. 300 Ninth St. Phone 377K. 2-26-lmo. FOR RENT—Clean, pleasant room, with board, at Dunraven Place, 212 Third street. l-23-3mo HOUSES FOB SALE FOR SALE—Six-room house on Man dan Ave., four blocks from the postoffice. $2,000 cash. Six-room house strictly modern, $2,800. J. H. Holihan, Lucas Block. Phone 745. 3-25-3t FOR SALE—6-r om modern house, close to business part1 of town. In quire 517 2nd St. 3-23-4t SEWING WANTED WANTED—Plain sewing, $1.50 per day. 407 4th St. Phone 120B. 2-13-1 mo. WANTED—Plain sewing, $1.50 per rt»v. 924 fith St. Phone 516. 2-13-lm AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE—Used automobiles, $50.00 up—Cadillac, one-cyl. truck Max well, two-cyl. roadster Studebaker, '13 touring car Ford roadster Case '14 touring car Buick 15 roadster Ford truck. Parts for a Model Rnirk cheap. Corwin Motor Co., Bismarck, N. D. 3-lD-Gt •»SSi— -v- —r«» Any person taking up an etray ani mal must advertise the same within ten days In some newspaper. They must alao within ten days send notice of advertisement to the county audi tor and another by registered mall to the commissioner of agriculture at Bismarck. 11 you fail to do this, you are likely to (ret Into trouble. WANTED—HOUSES WAN1"£D—To rent, strictly modern or 6-room house, care Tribune. Write F. R„ 3-23-Ot WANTED—To rent a strictly mod em house. Can take possession at any time. Apply at Tribune office. 3-7-tf WANTED—3 or 4-room house, pre ferably on west side. Willing to pay for what 1 get if it is nice. Ad dress, P. O. Box No. 112. 3-25-3t WANTED—Furnished house by April 5th modern conveniences. Apply 729 care Tribune: 2*9-tf LOST AND FOUND FOUND—Pairk of white kid gloves, black backs. Apply Tribune office. 3-2 l-3t BOARDERS WANTED TABLE BOARD—For gentlemen. Phone 619L €19 Sixth St. 3-1-lmo ROOMS WANTED WANTED—Two connecting rooms in modern house, with or without board. Address, P. O. E'ox 612, Bis marck, N. D. 2-23-6t MISCELLANEOUS PERMANENT AND LUCRATIVE Positions offered young men and ladies of integrity and purpose. Call at 1116 Broadway, Bismarck, 2:00 to 3:fl0 afternoons. 3*26-6t FOR EXCHANGE—43_flat and 4 store buildings, all rented for $11,500 per year with small mortgage of $40, 000 running 3 years at percent. Will trade this $70,000 equity for a good clear farm or tract of good land. This is an old biulding, near the University of Chicago, and will net you about $6,000 a. year. Build ing in the very best of condition. R. D. Parker, 504 Monadnock Bldg., Chicago, 111. 3-26-11 FOR SALE—Two cows, one fresh with calf about two days old. 915 First St. 3-26-3t EGGS FOR HATCHING from my prize-winning, heavy laying White Plymouth Rocks. Winners at lead ing poultry shows and fairs. Three pens of snow white birds. Frank Milhollan, Bismiirck, N. D. 3-26-2t FOR-SALE—The Penitentiary Poul try Yard can now furnish eggs for hatching from their S. C. W. Leg horn and S. C. W. Orpington pens. Thesf eggs are from our best breeding pens. Prices, single set ting, $1 50 eggs, $3 100 eggs, $5. F. S. Talcott, Warden Penitentiary. 3-19-5sds FOR RENT—10 acres of land on 22nd •St. Inquire of Frank Krall. 3-24-3t FOR SALE OR TRADE—Pour lots on main street in good little town. Write Ed. Tempel, Hazelton, N. D. 3-25-41. TO TRADE—Piano for 1200-lb. mare with foal also a parrot, excellent talker, for $50 or to trade for chick ens, pigs, etc. Write P. O. Box 66. Phone 586X. 3-25-6t FOR SSH OR RENT—Homan's Cafe, to good, reliable party. Ap ply John iHotnan, Bismarck. S-25-6t FOR TRADE—Small improved-farm in Burleigh county for suitable res idence property in Bismarck. Geo. M. Register. 3-25-3t WANTED—To do washing and iron ing at home work guaranteed. Phone 630X. 6-24-6t WANTED-nMrs. Hoffman will wash your clothes, dry them outdoors, iron and mend them for a reason able price. Phone 389K. 3-21-3t I PAY CASH for old postage stamp collections. What have you? Write T. L. Stangebye, New Eng land, N. D. 3-26-lmo FOR SALE—400 bu. Yellow Dent corn, shelled, crib run. If graded, would test 86 1914 crop $1.25 per bu. Sacks, 25c. A. F. Anderson, Conde, S. D., R. 1-34. 3-14-9t T&T NOLAN'S SECOND-HAND STORE will buy, sell or exchange anything. Store 210 Main. Phone 794. 3-8-lmo FOR SALE—New motorcycle, and used automobiles, in A1 condition. Low priced. Lahr Motor Sales Co. 2-25-tf FOR RENT—Commodious .hall suit able for lodge or other Bocial pur poses. Enquire Bismarck Realty Co., Bismarck Bank Bldg. 2-15-tf |l 00,000.06 To loan on improved North Dakota farma east of the Missouri river, at 8 per cent. Liberal terms and prompt service. L. VAN HOOK, IIrat Nat'l Bank Bldg., 2-9-tf BismarcK, N. D. 1 SALESMEN WANTED WANTED—We offer an exceptional opportunity to good salesmen to sell groceries direct to the consumer. Write Harper Bros. & Co., Whole sale Grocers, Chicago, 111. 3-2-lmo WANTED—Salesman vacancy April 1st experienced in any line, to sell general trade in North Dakota. Unexcelled specialty proposition. Commission contract $35 weekly for expenses. Continental Jewelry Co., 72-13 Continental Bldg., Cleve land, Ohio. 3-26-lt FARM LANDS FOR SALE—160 acres of improved land about 100 acres broke bal ance good pasture good buildings 3miles N. E. of Cole Haruor. Address E. Theo Flesche, Cole Har bor, N. D. 3-19-2 sds REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—A. beautiful 50-foot lot in east part of town with all street improvements in, on which I will build a neat five or six-room bun galow, to suit the buyer. Will sell with a small cash payment down and balance like rent. See me about this. A. J. Ostrander, Xo. 9 Thayer street. 3-2G-3t FOR SALE—Cheap, if sold at once a choice lot, only five blocks from postoffice. fc.ee L. G. Hartley, at Will's Seed Store. 3-19-lmo FOR SALE—Lois for residence pur poses good neighborhood prices and terms reasonable. Bismarck Realty Co., Bismarck Bank Bldg. 2-22-tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES SMALL INVESTMENTS in Mining. Oil or War stocks may lead lo the making of a fortune. Write at once for our new booklets, "Amer ica's Gold Mines," and "Margin Trading on The Curb," sent free to any address. Bush & Co., Invest ment Securities, 25 Broad St., New York, X. Y. S-2(i-lt BUY OIL STOCK in producing com pany. Special low price for new drilling campaign put down 16 wells. Company has 23 producing wells. Paid two dividends. Write free information. Amalgamated Oil Co., 1104 Colcord Bldg., Okla homa, Okla. 3-26-lt CASH GRAIN MARKET. MINNEAPOLIS LOW HIGH Xo. 1 Hard 115% Xo. 1 Xorthern 111% 113% Xo. I Northern choice ..114% Xo. 1 Xorthern to arr .. lllVs 113% No. I Nor. choice to arr 114% Xo. 2 Xorthern 107% 110% No. 3 Wheat .... 103% 107 -1 No. 2 Mont. Hard 109% 110% Xo. 2 Mont. Hard to arr. 109% 110% Xo. 1 Durum 102% 106% No. 1 Durum to arr ... 102% 105% Xo. 2 Durum ._. ........ 98% 109% No. 3 Yellow Corn 72% 73% No. ,3 Yellow Corn to arr 71 Other Grades Corn 10 71 No. 4 Yellow Oin to arr No. 2 Mont. White Oats 42% 45% Xo. 3 White Oats 39%, 40 Xo. 4 White Oats 38%' 39% Barley 62 67% Barley choice 67% 69 Flax 216-% 219% Flax to arr .... 215% 218% Rye 88 89 Rye to arr 88 89 May 110% July 110% 111 Close 12:30 p. m. DULUTH. May Julv No. 1 Xo. 1 Xo. 2 Xo. 3 No. Xo. 2 Xo. 2 Xo. 1 No. 2 Xo. 1 May July Oats on trk Oats to arr Rye on trk and to arr.. Barley on trk F.lax on trk and to arr. May July May high Low Close 12:34 p. m. 110% 111% 112% 109% 112% 105% 109% 98% 103% 109% 108% 109% 108% 104% 97% 09% 104% 105% 106% 39% 39% 39% 88 89 69 216% 1217% 216% 216% in v« 110 Hard on trk Xorthern on trk .. Northern on trk .. Xorthern on trk.. Northern to arr .. Mont. Hard on trk Mont. Hard to arr Spot Durum Spot Durum Durum to arr ST. PAUL. HOGS—Receipts 1,700 steady to 10c higher range $9.25 to $9.60 bulk $9.45 to $9.5-5. CATTLE—Receipts 350: killers, steady steers $4.50 to $9 cows and heifers $5 to $7.75: calves, steady. $4.50 to $9.75 stockers and feeders, steady, $4 to $8. SHEEP—Steady lambs $5 to $10.75 withers $6 to $8.15: ewes $3.50 to $8. CHICAGO. HOGS—Receipts 9,000 slow, 5c above yesterday's average bulk $9.75 to $9.90 light $9.30 to $9.95 mixed $9.55 to $9.90 heavy $9.45 to $9.90 rough $9.45 to $9.60: pigs $7.40 to $8.«0. CATTLE—Receipts 360 steady native beef steers $7.75 $10.05 western steers $7.70 to $8.75: stockers and feeders $6 to $8.25 cows and heifers $4.10 to $9. calves $8 to $10.50. SHEEP—Receipts 500: steady lambs $9.75 to $11.70. TODAY THE LAST DAY IN WHICH TO GET DICTIONARY ALMOST ON TERMS OF A GIFT. To the thousands of our readers who have extended so hearty a wel come to our unprecedented diction ary distribution, we desire to express our cordial appreciation of their faith in our judgment. We knew, when we undertook the placing of this remark able volume, that we were performins a genuine service to the nuhlic The enthusiastic reception «-,-!r.h lia1, met from the masses who ro-wi believe in our paper, has r.orc than BISMARCK DAILY TRIBTJNB repaid us for otir labor in a campaign of education. Wo know ol' nothing that will give more pleasure than the easy means of acquiring information on almost any subject which is afford ed by this wonderful work of learn ing and research. With the Premier Dictionary in reach, there is no ex cuse for ignorance. We cannor. urge too persistently upon our readers that today closes the remarkable oppor tunity of getting this wonderful vol ume—almost encyclopaedic in its scope—and that those who do not already possess il, should get the book today, as it is the last oppor tunity. Our offer tenders futile tiny excuse. It is the one hook necessary in a library. In fact, by its use other books become more valuable. So long NO PLATES No charge for extraction when plates or bridge woik are ordered. a a as our limited number holds out, we will cheerfully accommodate the pub lic—in person or by mail. The cou pon we publish in today's paper ex plains the terms of distribution. Cut it out at once and bring or send to this office. BROOK LAND, N.D~ MAN HAS FILED SUIT AGAINST EQUITY St. Paul. Minn., March 25.—The Equity Co-operative exchange is nam ed defendant with lite llohle lirothers company in a suit for $1,107.!»S dam ages filed in district court by .fay Greer. •Greer as an ofllcial of the Woldsted Milling company of Brookland. X. I)., alleges that 1,50ft bushels of grain You Will Make No Mistake In Getting Your Dental Work Done at the UNION DENTAL PARLORS BISMARCK N. D. DR. H. S. SOWLES, Owner Fine Gold and Porcelain Fillings inserted. We challenge comparison with any office. Best-Gold Crowns and Bridges at prices to suit the pockets of anyone. No Plate Work sent to the city laboratories with tho ^uncertainty of correct articulation when returned. The material used in all our work is strictly high grade. All Work Fully Guaranteed Note Below Our Reasonable Pricss Gold Crowns $5.00 Best White Crown .... 5.00 Heaviest Bridge Work per tooth 5.00 Gold and Porcelain Fill ings $2.50 and up. Best Silver Filling .. $1.00 Extracting 50 Cleaning and Scaling 1,00 Fine Set of Teeth .... 10.00 EXAMINATION FREE /rnp/ernents yf/nd Right price Best makes OUR FARM IMPLEMENTS ARE MADE BY THE FIRMS WHOSE NAMES ARE RENOWNED FOR THE GOOD IMPLEMENTS THEY MAKE. WHEN YOU BUY OUR IMPLEMENTS YOU WILL FIND THEM BUILT STRONG BUT LIGHT RUNNING. IT PAYS TO BUY OUR IMPLEMENTS THEY "LAST." French & Welch Hdw. Co. Bismarck, N. Dak. CHILDREN— Cut this out and bring it to this store and win a prize Don't Be Content With Four Cylinders You don't have to be any longer. The day of high-priced sixes has passed, and with the coming of the first low-cost six—the SAXON, it is now possible for everyone to enjoy the luxury of a multiple-cylinder niotcr. Forget the gearshift and take all hills on high. No vibration or noisy exhaust. Ju&t a fascinating silent glide. Best of all, the SAXON SIX is good lor twenty miles to a gallon of gas. shipped by them to a Duluth linn over the Great Xorthern railway was con verted hv the Equity and sold by them Oct. 15.'1'115. C/3 O CO -J CO a C/2 -J CQ IWatch Your Coal Bins IT IS NOT SPRING YET 3 E [B8sfflfiiir©[!sg IML Order a load of Red Lodge lump coal. We have good supply of nice, clean lumps, and we guarantee that this coal will not slack. We know that this coal will please YOU as it hundreds of our customers. F. H. CARPENTER LUMBER CO. Formerly Goodridge-Call Lumber Co. Phone 115 BLACKSMITHING BLACKSMITHING Horses Plows Wagons Discs Buggies Springs Edge Tools Iron Steel Rubber Tires r\% vl^ SEVEN & 0a The Presbyterian ladies of Hotli- neatt realized about from the ben efit supper held recently. Have your Made Now How much more dressed up you look in a suit made to fit YOU, than you do in a suit that is made to fit ANYONE, and is taken from a rack. COME IN AND SEE THE MANY SPRING FABRICS they are here for your in spection. Our style books include just the style which will become YOU. If you wish your Suit for Easter, let us fit you out NOW. C. W. NICHOLS 4th St. Bismarck, N. D. a has Rubber Pads New Axles A Complete Stock First= Class Workman ship Litten's Shop Phone 690 1-2 Block South of City Hall BLACKSMITHING BLACKSMITHING c/a 5C loo r- 00 r- 2 W%&-'