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TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1916.
Alltd* ftlfaed with number* or initial*, care Tribune must be an swered by:-letter addressed to the 'number! given in the ad. Tribune em flcjea aro not permitted to tell who any advertiser Is. Mail or send your answer to: Tribune No. and we will forward It to the advertiser. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Men who desire to earn over $125.00 per month write us to day for position as salesman every opportunity for advancement. Cen tral Petroleum Co., Cleveland, O. MEN 'WANTED—Gold Seal No. 10 kills the desire for tobacco and snuff vegetable treatment. Price $1.75. Sworn testimonials sent free. Write for free information. Ilelstrom. Call at St. Alexius Hos pital, Bismarck. 3-26-6t WANTED—Competent girl for gener- al housework, phone r» 1G. F. E. YOUNG FOR SALE—120 acres, 2 miles from Bismarck. Can break 100 acres. Very cheap and very easy terms. FOR SA'LE—'6-room modern house south front well located easy terms $2,800. FOR SALE—'South front, 50-foot lot, $500. Sidewalk, water, sewer, street grading all in anil paid for in full/ Your own terms. F. E. YOUNG. WORK WANTED WANTED—Work on farm by experi enced woman, for in or outdoor work. Mrs. J. L. Frabey, Bismarck, X. Dak. 3-28-3t WANTED—Day work, by colored woman. Phone 608, between 12 and 3 o'clock. 3-26-3t ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Furnished room, suit able for two people 321 Eighth St. 3-28-6t FOR RENT—tXewly furnished rooms 1100 Broadway. Phone 646U. 3-28-6 FOR RENT—One or two furnished rooms for light, housekeeping Da kota Block. 3-28-1mo FOR RENT—Four nice large rooms Inquire over Kupitz store. 3-28-3t FOR RENT —Two-room furnished apartment. Murphy Apartments, 204 Main St. 3-26-2t FOR RENT—Furnished room in-mod ern house, 814 Ave. B. Phone. 3-.5-6t ROOM and board at reasonable pric" es. 618 6th St. 3-25-Ct FOR RENT—Rooms strictly modern in new house. 300 Ninth St. Phone 377K. 2-26-1 mo. FOR RENT—Clean, pleasant room, with board, at Dunraven Place, 212 Third street. l-23-3mo HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE—By owner, a 3 large room house with 25-foot lot. city water and lights, full basement nice place for garden and chickens $1,200 if taken at once. Write No. 67, care Tribune. '3-28-6t FQR SALE—Six-room house on MarT dan Ave., four blocks from the nostoffice. $2,000 cash. Six-room bouse strictly modern, $2.SOO. J. H. Holihan, Lucas' Block. Phone 145. 3-tfet FOR SALE—6-r uni modern house, close to business part' of town. In ouire 517 2nd St. 3-23-4t HOUSES FOR RENT FOR RENT—By April 1st a 5-room cottage partly modern. Apply 12-02 ^Broadway. 3-2%3t Classified Ads—Cash in Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. MOW TO ANSWER 1LIND ADO. ADVERTISE E3TRAY ANIMALS Free. Inland Chemical Co., Room Lucas Block, Bismarck, X. D. 3-26-3C HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Lady cook, at Palace Ho tel $10 per week. 3-28-St WANTED—At. once! Lady cook at the Columbia Hotel, Hebron, Nj D. Wages good. 3-28-!t WANTED—'Good woman or girl for housework'on farm, four miles from town. Airs. D. A. Falconer, Bis marpk, N. D. :i-26-2td Itw WANTED—Girl for general house work family of three. Mrs. iF. 0. Call 924 6th, or 3-25-61 WANTED—Waitress. Star Restaur ant,, 1G Main St. 3-25-3t GIRL WANTED—For general house work. Apply at 523 7th St. 3-23-0t WANTED—Waitress Cafe and Bakery. at 11 Oman's 3-17-tf 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 as pianist in motion picture theatre. Apply No. 74"), care Tribune. 3-5--mo Any person taking up an estray ani mal must advertise the same within ten days in some newspaper. They must also within ten days send notice of advertisement to the county audi tor and another by registered mall to the commissioner of agriculture at Bismarck. It you fail to do this..you are likely to get Into trouble WANTED—HOUSES WANTED—To rent, strictly modern 5 or 6-room house. Write F. R., care Tribune. 3-23-6t WANTED—To rent a strictly mod ern house. Can take possession at any time. Apply at Tribune office. 3-7-tf WANTED—3 or 4-rooin 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 rtb modern conveniences. Apply 729 care Tribune. 2-9-tf LOST AND FOUND LOST—Bunch of keys 5 or 6 on ring. Return to Tribune. 3-28-1 FOUND—Pairk of white kid gloves, black backs. Apply Tribune office. 3-21-31 BOARDERS WANTED TABLE BOARD—For gentlemen. Phone 619L: 619 Sixth St. 3-l-1mo SALESMEN WANTED WANTED—We offer an exceptional opportunity to good salesmen to sell groceries direct to the consumer. Write Harper Pros. & Co., Whole sale Grocers, Chicago, 111. 3-2-lmo REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Cheap, if sold at once a choice lot, only five blocks from post office, tee L. G. Han ley, at Will's Seed Store.-— r.'--"-*-iM-9-1mo-' FOR SALE—Lots for residence pur poses good neighborhood prices and terms reasonable. Bismarck Realty Co., Bismarck Bank Bldg. 2-22-tf MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Two cows, one fresh with calf about two days old '91 Front 'St. 3-27-31 FOR SALE—'Clothing Store, Bis marck, North Dakota. To close an estate 1 offer for sale an up to date stock of men's clothing, furnishings, etc. Stock and fixtures inventory $19,000. This is an old established business in an excellent location and has always made money. Mol lie Eppinger, Administratrix, Bis marck, 'North Dakota. 3-28-12t PERMANENT AMD LUCRATIVE Positions offered young men and ladies of integrity and purpose. Call at 1116 Broadway, Bismarck, 2:00 to 3:00 afternoons. 3-26-6t FOR SALE—Two cows, one fresh with calf about two days old. 915 First St. 3-26-3t E6G5 Foft HATCHING 'Cqi?Wfrt 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, Bismarck, X. I). 3-26-2t FOR SALE OR TRADE—iFour lots on main street in grod little town- Write Ed. Tempel, Hazelton, N. D. 3-25-4t TO TRADi—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 SALE OR RENT —Homan's Cafe, to good, reliable party. Ap ply John Homan, Bismarck. S-25-6t FOR-TRADE~Smallimproved-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. 6-2 4-61 WANTED—iMrs. Hoffman will wash your clothes, dry the*n outdoors, iron and mend them for a reason ble price. Phone 3S9K. 3-21-3t A A S for old postage stamp collections. What have you? Write T. L. Stangebye, X«w Eng land, N. D. 3-26-lmo NOLAN'S SECOND-HAND STORE will buy, sell or exchange anything. Store 210 Main. Phone 79.4. 3-8-lmo FOR SALE—Xew motorcycle and used automobiles, in Al condition. Low priced. Lahr Motor Sales Co. 2-25-tr FOR RENT—Commodious hall sui't able for lodge or other social pur poses. Enquire Bismarck Realty Co., Bismarck Bank Bldg. 2-15-tf 1100,000.00 To loan on Improved North Dakota1 farms east of the Missouri river, at 8 per cent. Liberal terms and prompt service. L. VAN HOOK, First Nat'l Bank Bldg., 2-9-tf BIsmarcK, N. D. 1 \-n-« ILECTRICITY The Electric Shop Ed. Londcn, Prop. WIRING AND REPAIRING ALL KINDS OF FIXTURES GRAND PACIFIC BLOCK Phone 370 408 Broadway Lands Loans Insurance Collections $100,000 to loan on Improved real estate Insurance in Every Line Required A. S. REITAN Over Bergeson's Clothing Store, BISMARCK, N. D. Buy Your Pictures From The CAPITAL ART CO. 408 Broadway We Guarantee Good Work and Prompt Delivery of Medallions and Enlarged Portraits. An unusually Large Selection of Mouldings for Framing. Transfer & storage We have unequaled facilities for moving, storing and shipping household goods. Careful, experi enced men also retail ice and wood. Wachter Transfer Comp. Phone 62 No. 202 Fifth St. Undertaking* Embalming Licensed Embalmer in Charge Day Phone 50 Night Phone 687 WEBB BROTHERS WATC Clock and Jewelry Repairing L.L. F0LS0M Opposite Post Office Phone 770 Bismarck, N. D. BOOKS—PAPERS NEWS Magazines, Latest Fiction. Candy, Cigars, Tobacco and Stationery HARRIS & COMPANY 113 4th St. C. W. HENZLER TIRE VULCANIZING Phone 725. 812 Rosser St. A uto Radiators, iSERVK CORWlri MQTOfcii BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUN1 @r© Ihm 114 LANDS Ka'l Klein, President and Manager. Aug. E. Johnson, Sec.-Treas. KLEIN-JOHNSON COMPANY Capital and Surplus, $100,003.00 BUYING AND SELLING LAND IS OUR BUSINESS McLEAN COUNTY LAND A SPECIALTY Home Office: Washburn, N. Dak. "THE ADVERTISERS below will use more than 14,000 inches in The Tribune in 1916 it's all concise, "instant at hand" information. Refer to this directory constantly. It appears every day. Bismarck Realty Company Bismarck Bank Bldg. We offer good FARM LANDS in six Missouri Slope counties at fair prices and on reason able terms. MUSIC MCDONALD'S ORCHESTRA D. McDonald, Director, Manager. CONCERT and DANCE WORK Phone 237 Call 520 8th St. SHOE REPAIRING Shoes Repaired Best Equipped Shop in the Northwest L. E. Larson 401 Main Str«ee Henry Burman "The Shoe Hospital Man" Is still at the same old stand with his electric shoe REPAIR outfit. Plenty of competent help and can do YOUR work while you wait. Bring in YOUR HARNESS We are now ready to RE PAIR and OIL all Harness. Bring them in NOW and be ready for the Spring work. Broadway Between 4th and 5th Streets HATS CLEANED AND REBLOCXED Bring in your old Hat—make it Look Like New. SHOES SHINED at the EAGLE SHOE SHINING Parlor. BROADWAY Umps„&!A«E2ni,,rs Prompt Service-Reasonable Prises First-class workmanship I J0HN B0RTELL At LO Broadway Confectionery FRESH LINE OF CANDIES Newspapers, Cigars, Tobacco, Fruit and Package Candies. We Serve Hot and Cold Drinks. R. BOLETINO, Prop. Webb Block PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Public Stenograph©? For careful, accurate stenographic work of all kinds, call MISS ERICKS0K Phone 258, at McKenilo Hov«| Hotel Gustaf Steam Heated and Modern Van Hook, N. Dak. AGENTS WANTED For the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player Pianos, G. W. COCHRANE, Wholesale and Retail Distributor. Peck's Old Music Store Grand Pacific Building COMPLETE LINE ON DISPLAY TERMS TO SUIT Donald HacOonal Violin Soloist and Instructor Phone 237—Call 520 8th St. PIANO TUNING A. S. HOFFMAN Work Guaranteed. Residence 1002, Ave. PIANOS and Player PIANOS from the HOUSE OF BALDWIN Baldwin, Ellington, Hamilton Howard THE MANUALO "Tin* Playor Piano th&t i* al] 5mK Human" W. M. THOMPSON, Factory Representative, Tribune Block—206 Fourth St. Barbie's DRY CLEANING AND DYE WORKS PHONE 394 409 Front Street We Call for and Deliver Undertaking Parlors A. W. Lucas Company Day Phone 465 Night Phone 717 I. L. SECHRIST Licensed Embalmer in Charge REPAIRING PRESSING New Clothes to Order Ed. V. Price & Co. SPRING SAMPLES NOW HERE First Class Work FRANK KRALL CASH GRAIN dAltKET. DULUTH. Mav .lulv WANTED—Plain sewing, $1.50 per day. 407 4th St. I'lione 120L. 2-13-1 mo. WANTED—Plain sewing, $1.50 per day. 921 Gth St. Phono 5 Hi. 2-13-lm n- What's Happening IN THE Markets MINNEAPOLIS LOW HIGH Xo. 1 Hard 117',4 No. 1 Northern choice .. in 4 No. 1 Nor. choice to a it. 115%, No. 1 Northern regular.. 112% 11514 Xo. 1 Nor. rcg. to a it .. 1127, 11 4 Xo. 2 Northern 109',4 1 12 Vi No. 3 Wheat 105 V. 109 '4 No. 2 Mont. Hard 111 ',4 112 Vi No. 2 .Mont. Hard lo arr. oy, 1% No. 1 Durum 103% 107% Xo. 1 Durum to arr .... 103% 100% 103% I0lj% 103% Xo. 3 Yellow Corn 72'. 73 'A Xo. 3 Yellow Corn to arr 71 No. 1 Yellow Corn to arr (ill Other Grades Corn 40 71 No. 2 Mont. White Oats 4 3 '4 4014 No. 3 While Oals 4 0'A 40% No. 3 While Oats to arr 11)'/. Xo. 4 While Oals s% 39:!i Barley t»2 07 i'7 Oil X8 89 Rve to arr S8 SO Elax 217 220 Flax to arr 210 1 1 .\lil\ July 2111 112% Close 1:3,3 p. m. 1124 112% No. 1 Hard on Irk 114V, No. 1 Northern »n irk .. 1 1 1'A 111:1,'t 1 1 1'A No. 2 Northern on trk .. 107 V, 111 '4 Xo. Xorlhern on trk .. 1 mi V4 105'4 Xo. 1 Xorlhern lo arr .. 1 1 1 :f.i ROOMS WANTED WANTED—Two connecimg rooms in modern house, with or without hoard.' Address, 1'. O. L'ox 012, Bis marck, X. 1). FARM LANDS FOR TRADE -Small improved farm in llurleigh county for suitable resi dence in Bismarck, (leo. N. Reg ister. :ij25-:'.t FOR-SALE—Acre property cheap easy payments. J. K. Doran. 3-28-1 in SEWING WANTED -O SUPREME COURT FROM FOSTER COUNTY. Price I']. Morris, Plaintiff and Re spondent, vs. Occident. Eelevator Company, Defend ant and Appellant. Syllabus: (1). Whore a complaint is assailed for the first time by a general objection upon the trial, every presumption will be indulged in favor of the pleading, and the pleading con strued as sucient., if it is reasonably possible to do so. (2). Where the trial court places a certain construction upon a complaint, and the defendant asks for and ob tains leave to amend his answer to conform to the trial court's construc tion, and the cause is tried upon such pleadings and such theory, the defendant, cannot be heard to say on appeal that the trial court's construc tion and rulings made prior to the amendment of the answer were er roneous. (3). In an action to recover the price or value of goods sold the bur den is on the plaintiff to prove, among other things, the existence and valid ity of the contract of sale, and the terms thereof, the price or value, the delivery and acceptance of the goods and the amount thereof. From a judgment and an order de nying a motion for a new trial of the District Court of Foster County. Coffey. J. Defendant appeals. Reversed. Opinion of the Court by Christianson, J. Watson & Young and E. T. Conmy, Fargo, Attorneys for Appellant. T. F. iMcCue, Carrington, Attorney for Respondent. FROM DIVIDE COUNTY. Paul Paulson, Plaintiff and Appellant, vs. L. B. Sorenson and Halvor Holvor son. Defendants and Respondents. Syllabus: Plaintiff was the owner of some flax defendant owned a threeshing machine. There was a con tract, between the parties, the terms of which are in dispute. Plaintiff claims that the threshing was to be done at a certain time, and defendant, claims at another time. When de fendant refused to thresh at the time contended for bv plaintiff, the latter stacked the grain. This suit claims damages upon two items, first, $125— the expense of stacking—and second, a drop of 30 cents the market price of the tlax. The case was tried to a jury, who found for the plain tiff in the sum of $25. The trial court faxed costs in favor of the defend ant Plaintiff appears, demanding a new trial upon the grounds that the evidence is insucient to support his verdict, and also assigns error upon the taxation of costs against him. (1) Upon an examination of the evidence it is held that plaintiff is not ehtitled to more than the $25 judgment. In the absence of appeal SEVEN .. I Xo. 2 Mont.' Hard on trk 110%' 11iy4 No. 2 .Mont. Hard to arr 110% No. 1 Spol Durum 106% No. 2 Spol Durum 99% No. 1 Durum to arr .... 100% .May 106% July 107% Oats 011 Irk 39% 40*4 Oats lo arr 39% Rye 011 trk and to arr... 88 89 Barley on Irk .... 61 08 Flax on trk and to arr .. 217 218 Mav 1217 July 216% ('lose 7 p. m. ST. PAUL. HOCiS—Receipts 15,000 .steady to 5 cents higher range $0.25 to $9.05 bulk $9.45 to $9.00. CATTLE—Receipts 4,300 killers, steady, $4.50 to $9 cows and heifers, $5 to $7.75 calves, 25c: lower, $4.50 to $9150 stockers and feeders, steady to weak, $4 to $8. SHEEP—Receipts 150 steady: lambs $5.50 to $10.75 wethers $G to $8.25 ewes vo.rj to $8. CHICAGO. Receipts 35,000 strong, 5c to 10c lusher: bulk *9.80 to $9.95 light $9.50 to $10.50 mixed $9.(55 to $10 heavy $9.55 to $9.95 rough! $9.55 to $9.(1) pigs $7.50 to ^8.(i5. CATTLE— Receipts 1(1,000 weak: native lief steers $7.75 to $10.05 west ern steers $7.70 to $8.75 stockers and feeders $i to $8.25 cows and heifers $4.25 to $9 calves $7.75 to $10.25. SI I EliP—Receipts 9,000 strong ewes $li.50 to $S.95 lambs $9.85 to $11.90. by the defendant, the verdict will stand. (2) Under Section 7794, C. L. 1913, the defendant was entitled to costs in District Court. Appeal from the District Court of Divide County Leighton, .1. Aliirmed. Opinion of the Court, by Burke, .1. C. 10. Tlrace of Crosby and E. R. Sinkler of Minot, Attorneys for Plain tiff and Appellant. Geo. P. Homnes of Crosby, Attor ney for Defendants and Respond ents. FROM TOWNER COUNTY. Anno Hooren (Mrs. L. C. Britten), Plaintiff and ^Respondent, vs. Ceorge 10. MeWillianis, Defendant, and Appellant. Syllabus: (1) In an action to re cover for a breach of promise of mar riage aggravated by seduction, evi dence examined nd held sufficient to justify the verdict. (2) Having held on a former ap peal (lit the evidence, which was sub stantially the same on the present ppel, ws sufficient to support the ver dict such decision binding as the law of the case. (3) The recovery is sustained as against an attack that the evidence is of such a. character that, the ver dict should be set, aside as a matter of discretion also as against an at tack that, the verdict is against law. (4) A verdict for $10,000 is sus tained as not excessive, it appearing that defendant, is worth approximate ly $70,000. Appeal from District Court, Town er County-. A. G. Burr, Special Judge. From a judgment in plaintiff's fa vor and from an order denying a mo tion for a new trial. Defendant ap peals. Affirmed. Opinion of the Court bv Fisk, C. J. Cuthbert & Smythe, Devils Lake, and L. H. Sennett, Cando, Attorneys for Plaintiff and Respondent. Bangs, Netcher & Hamilton, Grand Forks, Attorneys for Defendant and Appellant. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Matter of the Estate of Abra ham W. Eppinger, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the under signed, Mollie eppinger, testamentary Administratrix of the Estate of Abra ham W. Eppinger, late of the City "of Bismarck, in the County of Burleigh and State of North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice, to said administratrix at her residence. No. 802, Fifth Street, in the City of Bis marck, in said Burleigh County, North Dakota. Dated March 27 A. D. 1916. ,, MOLLIE EPPINGER, Administratrix. F'irst publication on the 28th day of March, A. D. lyiti. (3:28 4:4-ll-18) NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Matter of the Estate of 'Lena Wlilther, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, C. I.». Young, Administrat or of the Estate of Lena Walther. late of the Town of Northam, in the County of Churchill and State of Ne vada, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first, publication of this notice, -to said administrator, at his office, in the City of Bismarck, i. in said Burleigh County. Dated Mar$h 27, A. ,D. 1916. C. L. YOUNG Administrator. First publication on the 28th day of March, A. D. 1916. (3—2« 4—11,18) 8&§i