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FRIDAY. APRIL 14, 1916.
MOW TO AN8WER BLIND ADO. J$|l ads signed with numbers or Uiltbilai care Tribune must be an •wered by letter addressed to the Bomber given in the ad. Tribune exn flofes 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—Iron moulders at Bis marck Foundry Co. Phone 83 WANTED—Waiter and waitress at Harry's restaurant, 6th and Broad way. 4-14-21 WANTED—Man and ife, without children, to work on farm by the month. Address 95, care Tribune. 4-4-10t WANTED—First class Bushelman and Fitter. Must be sober. Refer ences required. Good wages. Ad dress Box COG, Bismarck, N. D. 4-7 tf. HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Girl for Broadway. 4-ll-6t $150.00 salary for 0(1 days' work paid lady in each town to distribute free circulars, and take orders for White Ribbon Concentrated (Flavoring. J. S. Ziegler Co^, Chicago. 4-l1-l3t WANTED—'Kitchen help] Bismarck Hospital.. 4-5-3t WANTED—Waitress ,fe a,pd Bakery. LET A CLASSIFIED AD WORK FOR YOU Classified Ads—Cash in Advance^ No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock Pi M. general house 4-12-St work. Phone 166. WANTED—Girl for family of two. Apply 404 Fifth St. 4-13-tf WANTED—€ook and waitress at Pal ace Cafe, Underwood, N. D. 4-14-1 (It WANTED—Girl for general house work good wages. Call at 224 Mandan Ave. or Dohns meat mar ket. 4-14-6t WANTED—A middle-aged woman for a housekeeper for a widower and four children, ages from 2 to 9 years. References required. For further particulars address I. Dorf man, Wishek, N. D. 4-14-3t WANTED—Dishwasher, at once also dining room girl, by May 1. Good wages to the right parties. Ban ner House, Bismarck. 4-13-3t WANTED—Competent girl for gener al housework. Small family good wages. 'Mrs. Geo. .Mil, 1)23 Third St. 4-13-6t WANTED—Dining room girl and kit chen girl at Frederick hotel New Leipteig, N. D. 4^.12-10t WANTED—At once, dining room girl at the Columbia hotel, Hebron, N. D. Good wages. 4-12-10t WANTED—Girl for general house work. Phone 459L or call 208 W. at Hainan's 3-17-tf F. E. YOUNG FOR SALE—75-foot corner lot right down town splendid loca tion for apartment building or business block. Only $8,000.00. FORS/rLE—7-room, thoroughly mod house one of the bigg €st bargains in the city this residence could not be re placed today for less than fjjr $5,500.00. I can sell this for $4,200.00. FOR SALE—60-foot, east front, lot 5 blocks from post office side walk, water, sewer, street at grade all paid for an ideal location for bungalow. Only $500.00, on your own terms. F. E. YOUNG. ROOMS FOR RENT ROOM AND BOARD—Reasonable rates. 618_6th St. 4-11-Gt FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house 814 Ave. B. Phone 4-5-tf FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house. 302 4th St. Phone 223K. 4-13-tf FOR RENT—Room in modern house, in family of two 15 Rosser St. Phone 81. 4-lS-3t FOR RENT—Newly furnished mod ern rooms, with or without board. Phone 646U. 1100 Broadway. 4-4-1 FOR RENT—Rooms strictly modern in new house. 300 Ninth St. Phone 377K. 3-31-lmo FOR RENT—One or two furnished rooms for light housekeeping Da kota Block. S-28-lmo FjOR RENT—Clean, pleasant room, with board, at Dunraven Place, 212 Third street. l-23-3mo FLATS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Small furnished and un runished flats. Partly modern. H. L. Reade. 4-14-tf FARM LANDS OMD WiANTED—IVVC have a custo mer for one to three sections of good North Dakota land, if priie is right. Give price and complete description in first letter. Ransom County Immigration jsociation,_ Sheldon. North Dakota. 4-7 7t. FOR SALE—Aero property cheap: easy payments. J, I\. Doran. 3 2S-lm ADVERTI8E E8TRAY ANIMALS. 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 mail to the commissioner of agriculture at Bismarck. If you fall to do this, you are likely to get into trouble. WANTED—HOUSES WANTED—To rent, 4 or 5-room cot tage one child in family. Address 764, care Tribune. 4-13-1 mo WANTED—To rent—5 or 6-room house, close in. Phone 67-0. 4-12-6t HOUSES FOR RENT FOR RENT—5-room cottage, corner 7th and Sweet streets. City water. Inquire at 60G E. Main St. 4-14-Gt FOR RENT—Small house, close in. Phone 773. 4-12-6t FOR RENT—Small house with gard en. Inquire Frank Krall. 4-14-3t FOR RENT—4 rooms, large yard, reasonable rent. Phone 341L. 4-14-31 FOR RENT—Modern cottage, with range. No less than a year. Near business center. Couple only. Trib une, '765. 4-13-0t FOR RENT—Six-room house. Call at 6:22 1st St. 4-12-6t FOR RENT—New 7-rooni bungalow, close to capitol on 11th St. For in formation address 822 Ave. B. and 9th St., or phone 713K. 4-11-31 FOR RENT—Twelve-room house, cor ner Rosser and Mandan. Kitchen range in house house in good re pair. Call 404 Fifth St. Phone 512K. 4-3-tf ROOMS WANTED WANTED—Office room—one large room or two smaller ones would like them at once. Address Room 4 and 5, Barrows block, Mandan, or leave word at Tribune office. 4-12-tf WORK WANTED WANTED—Job with carpenter: have experience at the trade. Write 754 care Tribune. 3-22-lmo AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE—One Ford Touring car— 1915 model—good as new and one Ford "Roadster,"in""good condition. National Highway Motor Co. 4-14-.*t WANTED—Ford Roadster 1916 in A-l condition, or touring car. reason able. Box 195 Wilton, N. D. 4-12-9t FOR SALE—New motorcycle and used automobiles, in A1 condition. Low priced. Lahr Motor Sales Co. 2-25-tf MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—High grade trombone, in first-class condition cheap, if taken at once. Phone 360L. 4-13-12t FOR SALE—Garage building 24x60, 2 stories, 4 rooms on 2nd floor for liv ing rooms building in good condi tion. F. Ellwein, Hazen, N. D. 4-12-lmo FOR SALE—Trusty incubator ftnd brooder 100 capacity good as new. A bargain. S. D. Rohrer, 618 6th St. 4-12 FOR SALE—One scrub stallion cheap with license his stock to be seen. H. I. Asselstine, Moffit., N. D. Box 8. 4-12rOt WANTED—The Park Committee of -Bismarck Commercial club wishes photographs of scenic spots close to Bismarck. They also invite sugges tions as to the possible location of additional parks. If you have ideas along these lines, please talk them over with some member of the com mittee—C. L. Rurton, chairman George H. Will, Dr. N. G. Ramstad, C. N. Kirk, F. G. Grambs, G. P. Dul lam and Carl O. Jorgtenson. 4-6-12t WANTED—Party to break 320 acres of land. Will furnish flax seed and give half the crop. Address 761— care of Tribune. 4-7 1 mo. FOR SALE—Large baby carriage cheap, if taken at once. Phone 360 R. 4-ll-6t FOR SALE—One, good as new, brass bed, kitchen cabinet and other household furniture. Phone 300 K. 801 7th_St 4-U-6t VIOLINS for sale. O'Connor's Or chestra. 4-11-tf WANTED—iMrs. 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 RENT—Commodious hall suit able for lodge or other social pur poses. Enquire Bismarck Realty Co., Bismarck Bank Bldg. 2-15-tf 9100,000.00 To loan on improved North Dakota farms east of the Missouri river, at 8 per cent. Liberal terms and prompt L. VAN HOOK, First Nat'l Bank Bldg., 2-9-t.f Bismarr.K. N. T. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE—Cheap, if sold at once a choice lot, only five blocks fronf postoffice. fee L. G. Hartley, at Will's Seed Store. 3-19-lmo FOR SALE—Lots fof residence par poses good neighborhood prices and terms reasonable. Bismarck Realty Co., Bismarck Bank Bids?. ?-32-tf rti 1^ ILEGTRICITT The Electric Shop ED. LODEN, Prop. STORAGE BATTERY REPAIRING CHARGING and NEW BAT TERIES (The Willard Service Station) Phone 370 Grand Pacific Block 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 WATCH 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 ft CONPARY 113 4th St. C. W. HENZLER TIRE VULCANIZING Phone 725. 812 Rosser St. BI8IHARCK ©re -Than LANDS Karl Klein, President and Manager. Aug. 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. A uto Radiators, J0HM B0RTELL ExkV °*v SERVIC1 CORWIM Morose SS2^3i. 1 DAILY TRIBUlfl Bismarck Realty Company Bismarck Bank Bldg. We offer good FARM LANDS in six Missouri Slope counties at fair prices and on reason able terms. E. KLEIN-JOHNSON COMPANY Capital and Surplus, $100,000.00 BUYING AND SELLING LAND IS MCLEAN COUNTY LAND A SPECIALTY Home Office: Washburn, N. Dak. Lands Loans Insurance Collections $100,000 to loan on Improved real estate Insurance in Every Line Required Johnson, Sec.-Treas. O'JR BUSINESS Phone 237 Call 520 8th St. SHOE REPAIRING Shoes Repaired Best Equipped Shop in the Northwest L. E. Larson 406 Main Street 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 REBLOCKED Bring in your old Hat—make it Look Like New. EAGLE SHOE SHINING Parlor. BROADWAY Um^jjAJEg|l»r» Prompt Service-Rtasonabie Prleas First-class workmanship At LOj^pDWAJ!F ct Rag Carpet and Rug Weaving EXPERT WORKMANSHIP ALL WORK GUARANTEED MRS. A CAMPBELL MANDAN, N. D, 5 ©fi Information 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. MUSIC MacDonaid's ORCHESTRA D. MacDonald, Director, M'g'r CONCERT and DANCE WORK PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Public Stamogrsplsts* For careful, accurnte stenographic work of all kinds, call mm ERfCKSON Phonp 253, at McKenzl* HoiaS Undertaking Parlors A. W. Lucas Company Day Phone 465 Night Phone 717 I. L. SE CHRIST Licensed Embalmer in Charge AGENTS WANTED For the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player Pianoi. G. W. COCHRANE, Wholesale and Retail Distributor. Peck's Old Music Store Grand Pacific Building COMPLETE LINE ON DISPLAY TERMS TO SUIT Donald MacDonald YioHm Soloist and Instructor Phone 237—Call 520 8th St. PIANO TUNING A. S. HOFFMAN Work Guaranteed. Reskiem®® 1002, Ave. 0 PIANOS and Player PIANOS from the HOUSE OP BALDWIN Baldwin, Ellington, Hamilton Howard THE MANUALO "Til* Pl&ytar Piano that Ltt kS2 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 TAXI Phone fi 7 THE L. E. Smith Taxi and Auto Livery PHONE 27 fr ETarj body in locxlnc tot aometbing and •omsm sice 1 $ baa It Tribune waai eda wi!i and tbe m« w&o oiru 13 aal & yea ««UD Ao r«sn. rt,0«GR&OE™ESi^flf.s KDKDMDI to tire CORWIN AOTOR Co.RfSTMf* N A ,*• CAbH GRAIN. jXAliKET. MINNEAPOLIS LOW FTTGH laid 12 124% Northern 120% 122% Northern choice .. 122% 121!% Northern reg. to ari'119% 121% Nor. reg. choice... Northern Wheat .Mont. Mil Monl. Hard to a IT )n nun Durum to HIT .... Durum No. .'i Yellow Corn No. Yellow Corn to Other tirades Corn No. 1 Yellow Corn to arr No. 2 Mont. White Oats No. White Outs No. White Oats to arr No. 4 White Outs irley liarley choice If..ve Rye to arr Flax Flax to arr .May July Close 1:14 j. in. I May July. No. I Hard oil trk WANTED—Plain state Shipments. Devils Lake, X. D., April Tlio firnl sl('! in a campaign to cnlorce HIP lei tor of Hie federal statutes con cerning the interstate snipment of li quor wan taken Inert- by Deputy Unit ed States .Marshal Wattles, who seiz ed shipments from the X. Olson company. National Cider company, Daniel Aberle & Son, Baker & I?oson wcii of St. Paul and the C. S. Urac kett company and J. .M. Davis Mercan tile company of Minneapolis. The li quor firms are charged with failing to !aiel their shipments properly. In ihat .Judge AmiUon recently lined a St. Paul firm $l.:tl!0 for this offense, great interest attaches to these ciises whieh were started by Special Ollicer X. A. Way of the Indian service, it is understood the next federal grand jury will be given the facts in these cases. NEW EFFORT MADE TO KEEP LIQUOR O OF THE STATE Fargo, X. I)., April i:!.—A new ef fort is being made by the federal auth orities to put stop to the shipment of liquor into dry North Dakota by outside firms, his time the authori ties are proceeding against the Unit ed States pure food laws. Col. M. A. riildretli, U. S. district attorney, hav ing brought action against several Twin City liquor firms in the IT. S. district court on shipments made to Devils Lake. Seizures have been made by IT. S. Marshal Doyle of shipments of liquor and these are being held as evidence against the accused liquor dealers who will probably be given a hearing I at the next term of the lT. S. district court, the exact time of which has not yet been decided on. Coionel Hildreth and other federal authorities have been malting an el fort to put a stop to the shipment of liquor into the state from the outside and the new effort to reach tliern un der the United States pure food laws will be watched with great interest by the people of the commonwealth. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE SALE. Notice is hereby given that that cer tain mortgage, executed and deliver ed by H. S. Rattenborg and Anna Rat tenborg, his wife, mortgagors, to Wal ter F. Larrabee, mortgagee, dated the loth day of July, 1915, and filed for record in the office of the register of deeds of the county of Burleigh and State of North Dakota, on the Sth day of September, 1915, and recorded in nook 131 of Mortgages at Page 300, will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and here inafter described at the front door of the Court house in the City of Bis marck, County of Burleigh, State of North Dakota at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. on the 17th day of April, 1916, to satisfy the amount due upon such mortgage on the day of sale. Default exists in the failure of said mortgag ors to pay the interest due on said mortgage on Nov. 1st, 1915, and in ac cordance with the terms of said mort gage the whole amount secured there by has been declared due and payable. Tho premises described in such mortgage and which will bo sold to A*«K. What's Happening IN THE Markets 2 it 211 D-LUTH. 117% 11SV, 11!»% 117% I ID7s 112 Xo. 1 Northern on trk.. Xo. '2 Northern on trk.. Xo. Northern on trk.. Xo. 1 Northern to arr.. No. 2 .Mont. Hard on trk U!% 11% 1 ir% ior% 110% 117% SEWING WANTED sewing, $1.50 per day. 924 fith St. Phone 51G. 2-13-lin LIQUORS SEIZED BY Steps Taken at Devils Lake, N. D., to Put Stop to Iner- 'tV }"fWf No. 2 Mont. Hard to May Durum July No. 1 Spot Durum .. No. 2 Spot Durum .. No. 1 Durum to arr Oats on trk and to ar Rye on trk and to ar Uarlov on trk May Flax July Fliix on trk and to May High May Low 11 TVs 120% 112% 117% 117% 117% 110% 117% lit)'/:. 114 llii'i 112 Vi 10G& 110 71) Vj I'd Close 1:U7 p. m. is air 74 II Vi 41% 42 47 V. •U Vt 41 Vi till Vi 71 114 ill !i:i !t:i 21 211 11S% 11S% 'f /&> 1 ST. PAUL. HOGS—Receipts r,r0U: 10c higher range $!».25 to $9.50 bulk $9.40 to $9.45. OATTLK—Receipts 2,000: killers, Kioady steers $5 to $9 cows and heif ers to $7.75 calves, steady, $4.50 to $9.50 stockers and feeders, weak, $5 to $S.25. SI1EUP—Receipts 50 steady: lambs $5.50 to V-J.75 IIOOS—Receipts 15,000. strong- 10 cents to 15 cents higher bulk $9.45 to $9.90 heavy $9..% to $9.90 mixed $9.45 to $9,90 heavy $9.:!0 to $9.90 ror.Kh $9.20 to $9.50 pigs $7.40 to $9.10. CATTLIC—Receipts 5,000 weak na'ive heel' steers $S to .1i0 western steers $7.75 to $N.70: stockers and feeders $5.90 to $S.G0 cows and heif ers S4.10 to $9.20 calves $7.25 to $10.25. SHK12P—Receipts 15,000 weak owes $5 to Iambs $7.75 to $11.75. satisfy the same are described as fol lows: The West Half of Section Nineteen in Township One Hundred Forty One North, Range Seventy Six West of the ith P. M. in Burleigh County, North Dakota. There will be due on such mortgage at the date of sale the sum of Three Thousand One Hundred and Sixty Dollars (iO.OO), together with costs and disbursements as provided by law. Dated at Steele, North Dakota, this 11th day of /elirttary, 1!)HJ. WALTER F. L/AIIRABEE, KITTEL REPORTED IN WASHINGTON Fargo, April K.—It. C. Kittel, for mer head of the First National bank at. Casseiton, is in Washington con ferring with the attorney general, ac cording to a dispatch from Washing ton last night. \V. F. Kittel, who was cashier of the bank at the time it failed, refused to comment. 011 his brother's appear ance when reached by telephone last night, stating that he knew R. C. Kit tel was in Chicago last week. R. C. Kittel left Casseiton a week ago. It is believed here that his mis sion to Washington is in connection with the affairs of the bank. SELECTING SUPPLIES. Themembers of the board of con trol and the secretary have been bus ilv engaged the past few days making tests of ribbons for typewriters and carbon papers for the use of the var ious departments at the capitol. The prices varied greatly and the board is trving very hard to secure the best results for the state in their selec tions. R. R. TIME TABLE NORTHERN PACIFIC GOING WEST No. 1, North Coast Limited 11:23 pm No. 7, Western Express 2:57 pm No. 3, Nor. Pac. Express 11:51 am Mott train, daily ex. Sun., IT 7:00 am Mott train, arr. Bismarck 6:10 pm GOING EAST No. 2, North Coast Limited 7:37 pm No. 8 Eastern Express 2:29 pm No. 4, Atlantic Express 10:02 am Stanton Br., daily, lv. 7:00 am Stanton, train, arr Bismarck 6:10 pm S00 LIMES GOING NORTH No. 257, Minot passenger, lv. 7:30 am No. 260, Arr. from Minot 5:&0pm No. 67, Local freight, lv. 4:00am No. 66 Frgt., arr. Bismarck 6:30 pm GOING SOUTH No. 255, Arr. from Twin Cities 3:40 pm No. 254 Twin Cities pass., lv 10:15 am CAPITAL CAR LINES Leaves Leaves Soo Depot Capitol lor Capitol 10:00am 10:1 am 8:30 am 3:50 am 9:00 am 9:15 am 9:30am 9:45 am Iff: 00 am 10:l&am 10:30 am 10:45 am 11:00 am 11:15 am 11:30 am 11.45 am 12:00 noon 1:15 pm. 2:00 pm *...««.« 2:15 pw 2:30 pm 1.^. 3:45 po 3:00pm 3:15 pm '$0 l\ iirr 116% 112 ya! 113ft: 112 10C 112 41% 95 Mortgagee. REES L. PHELPS, Attorney for Mortgagee, Steele, N. D. (3:10-17-2-1-31 4:7-14) I SEVEN 108 J3 71 2L1 212% 211 121% lt7% 211%' wethers $6 to $S.50: ewes $u.30 to $S. CHICAGO. I ^1 I •$... .. S- 0 3:30 pm 3:46 pm 0 4:00 pm 4,15 pB, 4:30 pm 4.45 pia 6:00 pm 5:15 pm 5:30 pm 5:^1® 6:60 pm 6:60 pm „v- v. fc"