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».v .V S^liW •», i* $• 4 FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1916. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Messenger boy. Apply at Weji«rn_.Un$n. 4-16-tf WANTED—Busheltnan one tfftbr"jan wait 5n trade. John Henlein, Bis marck, _N^ 4-21-3t WANTED—Firlt class Busfielman and Fitter. Must be sober. Refer ences required. Good wages. Ad "tlress Box 606, Bismarck,' N. D. 4-7 tf. HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Chambermaid at Grand Pacific Hotel. 4-21-tf HOUSES FOR SALE SA'LE- FOR SALE —New 6-room modern house, 5% blocks from postoffice. Call 679X after 7 p. m., or write to Xo. 770 care Tribune. 4-21-6t 'HOUS"E~FOR-SALE—7 rooms and bath east front, fine grass lawn, shade trees and fruit trees lot is 80x150 house lias a sleeping'porch! This property is worth $4500.00 but if purchased fn the next few days, you can have it for $3300.00 $1400 cash. J. H. Halihan, Lucas Blk. 4-2 0-21 POSITIONS WANTED WANTED Position on farm by man and wife wilh one child both expe rienced and capable bachelor or wklower preferred references. Write 006. care Tribune. 4-19-171 AUTOMOBILES WANTEiD—Ford Roadster 1916 in A-l condition, or touring car. reason able. Box 195 Wilton. N. fa. 4-12-9t Foft SALE—New motorcycle and used automobiles, in Al condition. Low priced. Lahr Motor Sales Co. 2-25-tf F. E. YOUNG FOR SALE—100-foot corner lot nn Thirteenth street, $700. FOR SALE—East 50-foot front lot on Fifth street, $900. FOR SALE—200 50-foOt wide lots al most any location in city, $10 down and $10 per month. FOR SALE—50-foot lot, six blocks from postoffice, sidewalks, water, sewer street is graded no special assessment, $500, on easy terms. F. E. YOUNG REAL ESTATE LOTS FOR SALE—One block north of St. Alexius hospital a good building lot price $800, half cash. Also one corner lot on 10th St., 50x 150 ft., $650. J. H. Holihan, Lucas Block. 4-2#-2t FOR SALE—Lots for residence pur poses good neighborhood prices apd terms reasonable. Bismarck ilealty Co., Bismarck Bank Bfdg. 2-22-tf w,*-, -JiJ- 4 JA IF AD WORK FOR YOU Classified Ads—Cash in Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. OW TO ANSWER BLIND ADO. "All ad» signed! with numbers or imltUl* care Tribune must be an awered by letter, addressed to the bomber given In the ad. Tribune tm tl»|ea «co pot permitted to tell who •iqr advertiser is. Mail or send your attwer to Tribune No. —and we wftl forward It to the advertiser. Wood 4-21-6t WANTED—Good cook at the mansee. 411 5th St. WANTED—Girl typesetter, or young man, wanted at once steady job. Parshall Leader. 4-21-3t WANTED—Cook and waitress at Pal ace Cafe, Underwood, X. D. 4-14-16t WANTED—Girl for general house work small family no children good wages. Apply Mrs. O. W. Roberts. 7.11. 4-20-tf WANTED—At once, dining room girl at the Columbia hotel, Hebron, ,N. D. Good wages. 4-12-10t $150.00 salary for 60 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-li-13t' HOUSES FOB RENT FOR RENT—5-room house on 17th St. with 10 lots. Harvey Harris & Co. 4-20-tf FOR RENT—Small house with gar den. Inquire Frank Kiall. __ 4-ii)-'it FOR'RENT—Strictly modern 5-room house, corner Ave A avl Mandan Ave. Apply John Runge, 307 4th St. 4-18-3t FOR RENT—Five-room bungalow. Jn quirc O. W. Roberts. Tel. 1 r» 1 or 751. 4-15-tf FOR—RENT—•"-room house, H22 2nd St. Phone 283. 4-21-3t FOR RENT—Modern cottage, with range. No less than a year. Near business center. Couple only. Trib une, 765. 4-13-91 FOR RENT—Twelve-room house, cor ner Rosser and Mandan. Kitchen range in house house in good re pair. Call 404 Fifth St. Phone r12K. 4-3-tf WSR^^HYTR* «4A 4 ADVERTI8I ESTRAY ANIMALS*. Any person: taking up an astray ani mal must advertise the same within ten days in some newspaper. They must also within ten days send notice of advertisement to the CQU&tX audi tor and another by registered mail to the commissioner of agriculture at Bismarck. If you fail to do thia. you are likely to set Into trouble. SALESMEN WANTED WANTED—German bookkeeper- and salesman ia real estate office. Good chance for the right man State experience, reference and wages expected. Address Tiibune, 768. 4-16-7t ROOMS FOR RENT FOR" RCNT^Pront room"witltlahqRr tory breakfast served. Inquire 9 Thayer St., or phone 263. 4-21-3t FOR RENT—Modern furnished room, one-half block from Court house gentleman preferred Phone 449X. 4-21-tf FOR RENT—Room, a'. 017 Ninth St~ 4-19.-31 FOR RENT—Two nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping no children preferred. Call 320 Mandan Ave. 4-20-(it FO~RENT—Suite of rooms, bath, hot and cold water suitable for two or more close in. 223 Second St. Phone 349. Mrs. W. A. Stickley. 4-19-fit ROOMS and Board at reasonable prices. 618 6th.. St. 4-18-Ot FOR RENT—Large room, nicely fur nished, with twin beds suitable for two gentlemen. Phone 365. 4-18-3C FOR RENT—Furnished room 321 Eighth St. Call at 6 o'clock p. m. 4-1G-6t FOR RENT—'Modern room 223 12th St. $12 month. 4-10-0t FOR RENT—'Nicely furnished double rooms suitable for two or four gentlemen. Phone 57C. Apply 40." Fifth St. 4-16-fit FOR RENT—Furnished rooin in mod ern house 318 Eighth St. Phone 432L. 4-15-Gt FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house 312 Eighth St. Phone 432L. 4-15-Gt FOR- RENT~Furnislied rooms 315 1-2 Thayer St. 4-15-31 ROOM AND BOARD—Reasonable rates. 618 6th St. 4-11-Gt FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod-! em house 814 Ave. B. Phone 4-5-tf FOR RENT—Newly furnished mod ern rooms, with or without board. Phone 646U. 1100 Broadway. 4-4-lm 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 FOR RENT—Clean, pleasant room, with board, at Dunraven Place, 212 Third street.. 1-23-3mo FLATS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Small furnished and un runished flats. Partly modern. H. L. Rcade. 4-14-tf MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—One coo.kstove, $5.00. 204 Main St. F. X. Murphy. 4-20-3t FOR SALE—Light horse, buggy and harness. Apply John Runge, 307 4th St. 4-18-3t FOR SALE—'Furniture big bargains. Also some California prunes, 10c per pound. 801 7th St. Phone 300K. 4-lS-6t CHIMNEY swept and "cleaned and re paired. Inquire 615 10th St. No. 4-18-3t FOR SALE—iMillett's New Everbear ing Seedling Strawberries bear continuously from June to October. By mail, postpaid, 50c per doz. also, Apples, Plums, Cherries, Cur rants, Raspberries, Evergreens, Li lacs, 'Roses Peonies Spireas, etc., at reasonable prices. John W. Mil lett. 4-1.5-121 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-lZ-lmo WANTED—A shepherd, coilie or dog of any breed that will drive at the heel. Address H. J. Fogerty, Bis marck, X. D. Phone 743X. WANTED—Party to break 320 acres of land. Will furnish flax seed and give half the crop. Address 7GI— care of Tribune. 4-7 1 mo. VIOLINS-for sale. O'Connor's Or chestra. 4-11-tf WANTED—'Mrs. 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.' Statngebye, New Eng land, N. B. 3-26-lmo FOR RENT— a. Commodious h.all suit able for lodge or other social pur poses. Enquire Bismarck Realty Co., Bismarck Bank Bids. 2-15-tf tlWMWO.OO- To loan on Improved North Dakota farms east of the Missouri river, at S per cent. Liberal terma and prompt service. I* VAN HOOK, First Nat'l Bank Bldg., 2-9-tf Blsmarc*, N. D. ^V C*R Write 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 COMPANY 113 4th St. C. W. HENZLER TIRE VULCANIZING Phone 725. 812 Rosser St. Kadiatoi [Repairing "£xuc 4 ^«9 S ERY CORwin MOTOR Co r' "i 1 .-grr* --^sy p,* •i "t^\ 0 StUS Corwin Motor Co. BtEOTBICIIT The Electric Shop ED. LODEN, Prop. STORAGE BATTERY REPAIRING CHARGING and NEW BAT TERIES (The Willard Service Station) Phone 370 Grand Pacific Block BISMARCK DAILY TKIBUHB LANDS 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. 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 Bismarck Bank Bldg. We offer good FARM LANDS in six Missouri Slope counties at fair prices and on reason able terms. Maps, Descriplive Pamphlets, Photos, Statistics of Few States, 101 Xanies of Satisfied Customer!?. KLEIN-JOHNSON COMPANY Established ISitS. Incorporated 1306. Capital and Surplus $100,001). 00 WASHBURN, NORTH DAKOTA MacDo Co RWIN OF PRACTICAL UP-TO-DATE WARM AIR FURNACE HEATING AND SHEET METAL WORK ^JOHN 80RTELL 6 w« MUSIC ORCHESTRA D. MacDonald, Director, M'g'r CONCERT and DANCE WORK Phone 237 Call 520 8th St. ~r A OW CO: BIS'MAIKK N.D. SHOE REPAIRING Shoes Repaired Best Equipped Shop in the Northwest L. E. Larson 40* Main Str«ci 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 Streeti HATS CLEANED AND REBLOCKED Bring in your old Hat—make it Look Like New. EAGLE SHOE SHINING Parlor. BROADWAY At Lomas Hdw. Store Rag Carpet and Rug Weaving EXPERT WORKMANSHIP ALL WORK GUARANTEED MRS. A. CAMPBELL MANDAN, N. D. ".w? BUILD THE^ CORWIN MOTOR Co PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Public Stenographer For careful, accurate stenographic work of all kinds, call HISS ERICKSOR Phone 25|, at McKenzt* Hoe»l Undertaking Pariors A. W. Lucas Company Day Phone 465 Night Phone 717 I. L. SECHRIST Licensed Embalmer in Charge AGPNTS 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 Violin Soloist and Instructor Phone 237—Call 520 8th-St. PIANO TUNING A. 3. HOFFMAN Work Guaranteed. Resident 1002, Ave. PIANOS and Player PIANOS from the HOUSE OP BALDWIN Baldwin, Ellington, Hamilton Howard THE MANUALO "Th# Player Fiauo thui si) Biimno" W. M. THOMPSON, Factory Representative, Tribune Block—206 Fourth St. DRY CLEANING AND DYE WORKS PHONE 394 409 Front Street We Call for and Deliver TAXI Phone 07 THE L. E. Smith Taxi and Auto Livery PHONE 27 Every body la looking tor aomething aomeon* alia 9 &4a. It tribune •waat will fnd the one wbo «m II PAtf 9 yon can Sc tk« r*«i ,ofl 0RA0E TJIfES S Tl/a KDKDMD 8, ^54LeT0TlRe0^ CORWIN hbTORCo.R^fiR^ni 4 i'fcvi' stSmii $ $ 4* O *1* 4 CAbH GRAIN dtAttKCT. »2» *2* 8* & *3* $ 9* MINNEAPOLIS LOT* prion 1 No. 1 llurd 123% 124% No. I 120% 122% No. 1 Northern choice 123% 123% No. 1 Northern A ... 120% 122% No. 1 Northern A choice 123% No. 2 117% 180% No. 112% 117% No. 2 Mom. Hard ... 116% 116% 117% 116% 116% 1 No. 2 Mont. Hard to IT No. 1 110 113% No. 1 Durum to ar.r 110 112 No. 2 100 109'/. No. 3 Yellow Corn ... 77 78 1 No. 3 Yellow Corn to I IT 75 Other Grades Corn .. 58 70 No. -I Yellow Corn to UT 73 No. 2 Mont. White Oais •151,4 48% No. White Oats ... 4 3 Vi •131/0 No. 3 While Oais lo JUT 1VA No. 4 White Oats ... '11 42% Barley 65 70'/. Carle} choice 70 72 J1 Rye 92 9:1 I)') Flax 214 V, 218V, 21:: Vi 217'/, May JlS% Close 1:12 |). m. 118% 11 9 ... 1 IO .. .V. DULUTH. Mny W1IP II Jnlv ...... Xo.' I No. 1 Xo. 2 Xo. :i No. 1 117% 1IN% I 1! I Kurd on Ilk Norihorn on Noil hern ... Northern ... Northern lo :.'i Li Ic 117% 1M% 100% 117% 1 li)% 1 H'»% IM% LOST AND FOUND LOST—Work ii containing child's liluc embroidery dress. Finder will leave al Brown & Jones store. 4^1-:it FOUND -Bed and white seller dopr. Write No. 7H!) can* Tribune. •1-2U-:!I WORK WANTED WANTED .hib wilh carpenter have experience at the trade. Write 7~4 c:ire Tribune. .'!-22-lino WANTED-HOUSES WANTED TO RENT—') or (i room modern house. B. (!. F. Box 427. 4-2l)-( WANTED To renl, 4 or ."i-room col lage one child in family, Address I'ost Ollice Box "iS. 4-1 :!-lmo WANTED—To rent, 4 or fi-room col lage one child ill family. Address 7154, care Tribune. 4-l:!-lmo FARM LANDS FOR RENT--A1I of section 7, four miles east of Bisniiirok 4Oil acres plowed: 200 acres in crop lasl year: running water on land. F. 10. Young. WANTED—To buy, al once, 100 acres I of land,'improved and with build I ings, or unimproved. Stale price and terms. Box ill.", Wilton, N. 1). 4-1.r»-7t FOR SALE —Acre property cheap easy payments. .T. K. Doran. M-2S-1 ROOMS WANTED WANTED—High school boy wants room and board in private family. Apply 70(1, care Tribune. 4-20-01 WANTED- Otiice room—one large room or two smaller ones would like tliem at once. Address Boom 4 and Barrows block, Mandan, or leave word al Tribune ofliee. 4-12-lf o- -o CORRESPONDENCE u- e. -o STILL. One of the most successful social evenls of the season occurred Sat urday evening, when a baskel social was held at the J. Peterson home, the baskets, which will be given to ward the erection of a parsonage. After supper music was the chief di About $41' realized on the sale of version. Everyone had a good lime and it, was their own fault if they didn't. A few automobiles have been out already, in spile of bad roads and I he fact I hat I hey have- to he pulled out of mud holes every once in a while. Mr. McCall of near Regan is vis iting his daughter, Mrs. J. A. John son. There will be Easter services in (lie Congregational church nexl Sun day. Everybody is welcome, they say. so let's go. «J« .*• «J. 1* OAKES »jk »jk .*• Considerable of tlie alfalfa fields along the Jim river bottom have been covered by the high water of the last few weeks, and some thought the water would kill the alfalfa. H. J. Johnson has several nice plots just west of the city, and lie made an ex amination this week and finds the alfalfa benefitted rather than hurt. Besides the deposit on the land acts as just that much fertilizer. C. A. Malander has plans out for the erection of a fine modern bunga low on the southeast corner of block 12. D. E. Sanders has his cottage en closed on North Fourth street. Glover Monday and stated he had already 400 acre? of wheat in, and was in Miape tc put in 250 acres per day now. He lias eleven drills at r:ork. The carpenters had also pulled iu the first cf the week to put up '•''75? What's Happening -.n 1 $ IN THE Markets No. 2 Mont. Hard No. 2 .Mont'. Hard to arr. May Durum ............ July No. 1 bpot Durum No. 2 Spot Durum No. 1 Durum to arr Qats on trk Itye on trk and to arr Barley on trk May Klax July Flux on trk and to arr... Close 1:47 p. m. 3. SEVEN^|. CHICAGO. IIO(!S—Receipts, 24,000. Weak, at 10 to 15c lower. Bulk. $9.55 to $9.75 light, $9.20 to $9.70 mixed, $9.35 to $9.70 heavy, $9.25 to $9.75 rough, '$9.20 to $9.:v5 pigs, $7.25 to $S.90. CATTLE—Receipts, li.OOO. Steady. Native beef steers, $7.85 to $10.00 western steers, $7.75 10 $8.05 stock ers and feeders, $5.85 lo $8.50 cows and heifers, $1.0.1 to $9.20 calves, $7.00 to $10.00. S UK EP—Receipts, 10,000. Steady. Kwes, $5.0 10 $S.SO lambs, $7.00 to $11.05. 1m line modern home, to take the place ot I lie me destroyed by lire I'eter AliieilMUi, who is now a resi derl of (1 lover, vhere be is starting a machine shop, passed through Oakes Tuesday on his way to Frank fort, S I), where lie will visit his brother Albert.. Attorney (Juy returned Sunday from a professional irip to Carringlon and Melville. He had a visit at Carring lon wilh Charly lluggins, who moved from Oakes lasl fall. Charley has a half interest in a four-chair shop at Carrington and is doing well. H. Kepler, auditor of the General Utilities Corporation, with headquar ters at F-argo, was here several days looking after the interests of his company. Dr. E. D. Timmins will soon open up dental parlors in Oakes, having secured a lease of the front, rooms upstairs in the Kennedy Block. This will make the third dental office for Oakes. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE SALE. Notice is hereby given that that certain mortgage executed, and deliv ered by Gurina Vollan, special admin istratrix of the Estate of Ole P. Vol lan, Mortgagor, to Betters Investment Company, a corporation, Mortgagee, dated the 24th day of April, 1913, and filed.for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County ot Burleigh, and State of North Dakota, on the 17lh day of May, lDlo, at 10:40 o'clock a. m., and recorded in Book 1 OS of .Mortgages at page 064, will be foreclosed by sale of the premises in said mortgage, and hereinafter de scribed at the front door of the Court House in the City of Bismarck, Coun ty of Burleigh and State of North Da kota, at the hour of It o'clock a. m., on the :!1st day of May, 1910, to satisr fy the amount due upon said mort gage on the date of sale. The prem ises described in said mortgage and which will be sold lo satisfy the same are described as follows: South east Quarter (SEH) of Section Four (4) in Township One Hundred Forty-one (141) North of Range Seventy-eight (7S) West of the Fifth Principal Mer idian, Burleigh County, North Dakota. The Mortgagor, having failed to pay one installment of Twenty ($20.00) Dollars, due December 1, 1915, the mortgagee hereby elects to declare the full amount thereof due and pay able, and there will be due on the day of sale, the sum of T.wo Hundred Twelve ($212.00) Dollars, together with the statutory attorney's fees and disbursements allowed by law. The mortgagor, having failed to pay inter est amounting to Sixty ($00.00) Dol lars, due December 1, 1915, on a prior mortgage on the hereinbefore describ ed land, and also having failed to pay the taxes levied and assessed against the above described real estate for the years 1914 and 1915, amounting to Sixty-five and 11-100 ($05.11) Dollars, the mortgagee herein paid the said amounts which are included in the amount claimed to be due under the mortgage being foreclosed. Dated April 19, 1916. Petters Investment' Company, Mortgagee. E. A. Riply, Attorney for Mortgagee, W, i. I' I Mandan, North Dakota. WANTED ON INSANITY CHARGE, MAN GIVES BATTLE St. Paul, Minn., Aptril 20.—Reinhold Geibel, a teamster, today defied the police department and the sheriffs force and tonight is still holding hia domestic fortress against the allied forces of law and ordei. Two deputy sheriffs went to the man's home early today to take him to the probate court, where he is to be examined for his sanity at the request of his wife. When he found what the intention of the officers was, Geibel resisted, beat off the officers and reaching hia house, opened fire on them, one of his shots took effect and the ofll* cere went for reinforcementa. IFE. .J" Vl,' tr ,9 115% 11 (1 115%: 112 11314 112 107 112 42% 93 6:5 21314 214% 21314 71 ST. PAUL. HOGS—Receipts, 5500 5 to 10c lower. Range, $9.25 to $9.50 bulk, $9.35 to $9,40. CATTLE—Receipts, 1200. Killers, steady. Steers, $5.00 to $9.00 cows and heifers, $5.00 to $7.75 calves, 50e, lower, at $4.5Q lo $9.00 stockers and feeders, weak, at $+.75 to $7.85. SHIi'KP—Receipts, S00. Steady. Lambs, $5.50 lo $10.75 wethers, $0.(K lo $8.50 ewes, $3.50 to $8.00. '"l 4.