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THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1916.
HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Dining room girl and dish washer. H. N. Turner, Linton, AD WORK FOR YOU Classified Ads—Cash in Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. illl tdB signed with number® or lafttialfc care Tribune must be an •wired by letter addressed to the UPber given in the ad. Tribune fcm §ifl?e« aro not permitted to tell who aayr advertiser Is. Mail or send your Mtttrer to Tribune No. and we wfft forward it to the advertiser. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED.—At once experienced me chanic. Apply Lahr Motor Sales ^company. WANTED—Two neat appearing young men to travel on road. Experience unnecessary. Good position. Ad dress reply to 775, care Tribune. WANTED—Messenger boy. Apply at Western Union. 4-16-tf WANTED—First class Bushelman and Fitter. Must be sober. Refer ences required. Good wages. Ad dress Box 606, Bismarck, N. D. 4-7 tf. WANTED—Canvassers, men or wo men, exclusive territory open to hustlers who can produce results. Big commissions selling new patent ed household necessities. Live agents should easily make $6 to $8 per day. Our easy selling plan lands a sale in every home. Call 422 Broadway, or write P. O. box 137, Bismarck, N. D., 5-4-71—EOD N._D. 5-2 WANTED—A girl for general house work in a family of three. Mrs. F. O. Hellstrom. 4-30-tf WANTED—Waitress at Atlantic cafe. 4-29-tf WANTED—A competent woman for general housework. Small family and good wages. Apply to Mrs. C. M. Dahl, 623 Fifth St. 4-25-tf ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RE'NT—Furnished room in mod ern house. 312 8th St., phone 432L. 5-4-6t. FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house 814 Ave. B. Phone 504K. 5-3-tf. FOR RENT—Large room in modern house. Close in. 400 4th st. 5-3-3t. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room 818 Ave. B. Phone 653X. 5-2-3t FOR RENT—Room. Gentleman pre ferred 507 Fourth .St. 4-30-3t FOR RENT—Three nicely furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Phone 441R, 423 11th St. 5-2-6t FOR RENT—Two strictly modern furnished rooms. Phone 262K. 306 Mandanavenue. 4-30-6t. FOR-RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house gentleman preferred. 'Phone 88L. 218 2nd St. 4-28-6t FOR RENT—Clean, pleasant room, with board, at Dunraven Place, 212 Third street. l-23-3mo WORK WANTED WANTED—Work by the day. 38DK. TO ANSWER BLIND ADO. ADVERTI8B ESTRAY ANIMALS*. Phone 5-4-3t. HOUSES FOR RENT FOR RENT—Four room cottage, F. W. Murphy, _204 Main St. 5-4-4t. ETGHT'ROOM MODERN HOUSE— For rent furnished by June 1. Phone 439L. 16 W. Thayer St. 5-4-3t. 'FOR "RENT—1l-room modern house, suitable for 2 families, in good re pair. Phone 634L. 5-3-31. FOR "RENT—SiiTroom cottage on Broadway, good condition. Phone 250. Dr. Schutt. 5-2-tf FOR RENT—Twelve-room house, cor ner Rosser and Mandan. Kitchen rahge in house bouse In good re pair. Call 404 Fifth St. Phone 512K. 4-S-tf FLATS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Small furnishe.d and un runished flats. Partly modern. H. L. Reade. 4-14-tf REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.—Down town lots on easy terms. 75 feet frontage on Fifth street, corner of Thayer opposite courthouse. One of the best loca tions and investments in Bismarck. (Must sell to close an estate. F. E. Young. 5-3-tf. FOR SALE—Lots for residence pur poses good neighborhood prices and terms reasoftable. Bismarck Realty Co., Bismarck Bank Bldg. 2-22-tf HARVEY HARRIS 4 CO. FOR SALE—$1700 for east front cor ner, 150x150 water, sewer and side walk 5 blocks from postoflice $1400 for very choice 100 ft., Ave. B, West south front. HARVEY HARRIS & CO. 4-29-4t WANTED—HOUSES WANTED—A five or six-room modern cottage, some time in May or June. Write 773, care Tribune. 4-30-6t WANTED—To rent, 4 or 5-room cot tage one child in family. Address 7€4, care Tribune. 4-13-lmo Any person taking up an eitray ani mal must advertise the iam« within ten days in some newspaper. The must also within ten days send notice of advertisement to the county audi tor and another by registered maii to the commissioner of agriculture al Bismarck. If you fail to do this, yon are likely to get into trouble. SALESMEN WANTED WANTED—An experienced salesman. Salary $100 to $125 per month. Phone 405 Lucas Blk,. room 9. 5-3-6. AGENTS A'GENTS WANTED—YOU can make big money selling bur guaranteed Trees, Fruits, Roses we pay high est commissions every week free outfit and part expenses. The Hawks Nursery Co., Wauwatosa, Wis. 5-2-6t POSITIONS WANTED POSITION WANTED—-Boy between 16 and 17 years of age, wants po sition in store or on delivery wagon. Phone 300 W. 5-3-tf. WANTED—Job in machine shop, have some experience at machinist and blacksmithing work. Address 776 c!o Tribune. 5-4-6L WANTED—A position as a bookkeep er, clerk or any other employment requiring the services of a versatile young man of 26 years of age. Ad dress No. 746, care Tribune. 4-30-6t WANTED—Position on farm by man and wife with one child both expe rienced and capable bachelor or widower preferred references. Write 606, care Tribune. 4-19-171 LOST AND POUND LOST—A key rinc with five keys. Ad dress Tribune. "-4-3t LOST—A buffalo robe"somewhere"on road between McKenzie and Bis marck Avill the finder phone 217, Geo. V. Cunningham, Bismarck, and receive reward. 5-2-6t ROOMS WANTED WANTED—Two or three room suit able for lieht housekeeping, modern. _Box 87,_city. 5-4-3t. WANTED—By gentleman, nicelyfur nished room in modern house. No. 774 care Tribune. 5-2-tf FARM LANDS FOR RENT—Fine farm near Bis marck, 120 cultivated complete set of buildings. I T. Owens & Co. 4-28-tf FOR SALE—Some land on crop pay ment plan. Geo. M. Register. 5-2-31 BOARDERS WANTED ROOMS and Board at reasonable price. 618 6th St. 5-2-6t F. E. YOUNG FOR SALE—Five-room house cor ner lot close in $2,000. FOR SALE—Fifty-foot lot on Ninth street, near Avenue L' only $450. FOR SALE—Riverview Addition lots are not only the best, but they are the cheapest good lots in the city. Ask anyone living here or owning a lot how he is treated by the com pany. Prices for 50-foot lots, $400 and $500, on easy terms. F. E. YOUNG MISCELLANEOUS WANTED—100 acres of prairie brok en and cropped this year will fur nish seed. Geo. M. Register. 5-2-3t FOR SALE—Folding baby buggy, good as new. Phone 441R 423 11th St. o-2-3t SEED-Flax for sale. Phone 408E. 5-2 FOR SALE—iKitchen range, in excel lent condition. May be seen at 815 Fourth street. Phone 404L. 4-29-tf GRADUATED iMi&WIFE and Nurse 15 years' experience. Mrs. A. Han son, 622 Third St. Phone 754IK. 2t-a-wk-8t-4-«27-St THIS IS CLEAN-UP WEEK—If you have any rubbish, rags rubber, metal or iron you wish to "turn into cash, 'phone 599, The Bismarck Scrap Iron and Metal Co., 200 So. Fifth St. 4-27-6t 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 WANfEB—tarty to break 320 acres of land. Will furnish flax seed and give half the crop. Address 761— care of Tribune. 4-7 1 mo. VIOLINS for sale. O'Connor's Or chestra. 4-11-tf To loan on improved NorA Dakota farms east of the Missouri river, at 3 per cent. Liberal terms and prompt service. L. VAN HOOK, lint Nat'l Bank Bldg., 2-9-tf Bismarcit, N. O. SELLS CORWfM MoTOR.Co.Bis*Aijci\ha ILEGnUCITY The Electric. Shop ED. LODEN, Prop. STORAGE BATTERY REPAIRING CHARGING and NEW BAT TERIES «'(The Wjllard Service Station) Phone 370 Grand Pacific Block Write We have unequaled facilities for moving, storing and shipping household goods. Careful, experi enced men also retail ice and wood. Wachtor Transfer Com p. 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 & COMPANY 113 4th St. C. W. HENZLER TIRE VULCANIZING Phone 725. 812 Rosser St. Auto Radiator Repairing JOHN 80RTELL ^"Exi'Oc" fQ^y SERV1C COR fA win OT oft 'CoS&flfa BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUN1 Maps, Descriptive Pamphlets, Photos, Statistics of Few rTW States, 101 Names of Satisfied Customers. Lands Loan* Insurance Collections 9100,000 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 KLEIN-JOHNSON COMPANY Established 1898. Incorporated 1906. Capital and Surplus $100,000.00 WASHBURN, NORTH DAKOTA to loan on Improved real estate Insurance In Every Line Required A. S. REITAIM Over Bergeson's Clothing Store, BISMARCK, N. D. Inform 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 LANDS Bldg. We offer good FARM LANDS in six Missouri Slope counties at fair pricea and on reason able terms. MUSIC MacDonald's ORCHESTRA D. MacDonald, Director, M'g'r CONCERT and DANCE WORK Phone 237 Call 520 8th St. PiFKi'' OR SHOE REPAIRING Shoes Repaired Best Equipped Shop in the Northwest L. E Larson 409 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 PRACTICAL UP-TO-DATE WARM AIR FURNACE HEATING AND SHEET •ETAL WORK it CLEANED DYED REBLOCKED We give your hat very careful at tention. If you want it done right— reasonably—send it here. EAGLE Shoe Shining Parlor Broadway OPP. P. O. Bismarck Rag Carpet and Rug Weaving EXPERT WORKMANSHIP ALL WORK GUARAN-EED MRS. A. CAMPBELL MANDAN, N. D, PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER Public Stsrsagraphftr For careful, accurate stenographio work of all kinds, call HISS ERIGKSON Phor.s 258, it McKenzie Hog#! UndertakingParlors A. W. Lucas Company Day Phone 465 Night Phone 717 I. L. SECHRIST Licensed Embalmer in Charge 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 MacDonald Violin Soloist and Instructor Fhone 237—Call 520 8th St. PIANO TUNING A. S. HOFFMAN Work Guaranteed, Ro&idftnce 1002, Ava. ARTISTIC PIANO PLAYING Tang-ht by Clara M. Hoorn Virgil-Leschetizky Method Used Phone 628 223 4th St. PIANOS and Player PIANOS from the HOUSE OP BALDWIN Baldwin, Ellington* Hamilton Howard THE MANUALO "?h« ?l*yer Piano that ell ftitl 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 S. LAMBKKT THE L. E. Smith Taxi and Auto Livery PHONE 27 on grade Tl RES6TuBe 1KQKDMD .s 'J 0 TOTISEOE^ CORWIM MOTOR Co.&YVWRI? Close 145 p. 111. What's Happening IN THE Markets CASH CHAIN dArtKET. 9 .j. .j. .j. MINNEAPOLIS No. 1 /Hard No. 1 Northern No. 1 Northern choice No. 1 Northern to arr LOW HIGH 128 1215 12.") VL' 127 122'/. 125 No. 1 Nor. choice to arr. 1201,/' No. Yellow Corn to arr 76 No. 2 Northern ...\ 11 li'-i I2.'!1/i No. Northern !Ms 120V4 No. 2 Mont. Hard 117% No. 2 Mont. Hard to arr I Hi1/. 117V& No. 1 Durum 112% 117% No. Durum to arr 112% 115% No. Durum 109% 113% No. :i Yelow Corn 1'Vs 78% No. Yellow Corn to arr 7t!% Other Grades Corn 65 76 No. 4 Yellow Corn to arr 74% No. 2 Mont. White Oats 44% 4(5% No. ?, White On Is 4:)% No. 3 White Oats to arr 43% No. 4 While On is DULUTH Mav July September No. I Hard 011 trk No. Northern 011 trk No. 9 120%' 121 nsV' 122% 121% 122% 118% 11!)%! 112% 117% 121% Nortehrn on trk No. Nortehrn on trie No. 1 Nortehrn to arr APPLE CREEK HOUSE NO. 2. Sealed bids for building llie Strw artsdale Rural Telephone line will be received up till 4 o'clock, .May 10th, by the officers of the company, for digging I lie holes, setting poles and stringing wire and installing 'phones all 20 11. poles to bo set. not less than ft. all 25 ft. poles not l.'S? than 4 ft. all poles to be thoroughly taiaped. Eleven miles of main line, 30 poles to the mile 13 miles of side line, 20 poles to the mile. We reserve llie right to reject any and all bids. Line surveyed and poles luinled by the "ompany. Send all bids to O. n. DAVENPORT, Secretary, .Bismarck, »\. I). CITATION HEARING PROOF OF WILL. State of North Dakota, Coiinly of Bur leigh. ss In County Court', before Hon. H. C. Bradley, Judge In the matter of the estate of James Rear don, Deceased. Sister Iioniface Timmins, Petitioner, vs. St. Alexius Hospital, a corporation, and all other persons interested, Respondent. The State of North Dakota, To the above named respondents and all persons interested in the Estate of James Reardon, Deceased: You and each of yon are hereby not ified that Sister Boniface Timmins, the Petitioner herein, has filed jn this Court, a document in writing, purport ing to be the Last Will and Testament of James Reardon, late of the City of Bismarck, in the County of Burieigh, and State of North Dakota, deceased, with her petition, praying for the ad mission to probate of said document as the last Will and Testament of said deceased, and for issuance to her of letters testamentary thereon, and that the said petition and the proofs of said purported Will and Testament will be heard and duly considered by this Court on Saturday, the 26th day of May, A. D. 1916, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the court rooms of this Court, in the County Court House, in the City of Bismarck, County og Burleigh, and State of North Dakota and You and each of you are hereby cit ed to be and appear before this Court at said time and place and answer said petition and show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of said peti tion should not be granted. By the Court: (Seal) «. C. BRADLEY, Judge of the County Court. Dated the 19th day of April, A. D. 1910. 4:20-27 -5:4 NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE SALE. Notice is hereby given that that certain mortgage executed and deliv ered by Mary Jane Register and Sid ney E." Register, her husband, mort gagors to Alonzo Thompson, mortga gee, dated the 15th day of June, 1907, and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota on the 2Sth day of June, 1907, and re corded in book 35 of mortgages at page 116, which mortgage was duly assigned to Edward P. Lindlcy, by written instrument, duly recorded in Burleigh county, on the 6th day of April, 1916, in Book 139 of Assign ments of Mortgages, page 23, will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such morrgage and hereinafter de scribed. at the front door of the court house in the county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. on the 20th day of May, 1916, to satisfy the amount due on such mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in such mort gage and which will be sold to satis fy the same are described as follows: The Northwest Quarter of Section Number Eight (S) Township Number One Hundred and Forty-One (141) of Range Number Seventy-Eight (78) SEVEN Irk arr No. 2 Mont. Hard on No. 2 Mont. Hard to No. 1 Spot Durum No. 2 Spot Durum No. 1 Durum to arr .... Mav July Oat sin trk and to arr .. Hyp on trk and to arr ... Barley on trk Flax on trk and to arr.. .May July November 116% 116% 115% 110% nr.% 114%' Close 1 :*!."» p. m. 4Yt 42 *i Barley 67%! 75 Barley choice 75 7fi% Rye St 2 !)3 Flax 2(t:i%: 207% Flax to arr 202%: 200% September 117% Mav 121% 121% July 120% 1201% 118%L •G 111% mw 43%: ill 07 02 7ii 204Vj 202%: 20.-.V&. 187 ST. PAUL. ilTOoS—iReccipts, 7700 Sc lower. •Range, $!).30 to bulk, $!l.40 to $'9.u). CATTUO—Receipts, 2200. KiUersj steady. ,Steers, $5.1)0 to $9.25 cows and heifers, $5.00 to $7.75 calves, steady, at $4.50 to $9.00 stoekers and feeders, steady, at $4.75 to $8.50. SHEEP—Receipts, 25. Steady. Lambs. $5.00 to $!).00 wethers, $0.00 to $8.50 ewes, $:!.()() to $S.75. CHICAGO. TinnS—Receipts, .17.000. Steady, at 5c decline. IJulk, $0.70 to $9.SO light, $9.30 to $fl.90 mixed, $9.45 to $9.85 heavy, $9. iO to $9.85 rough, $9.'!0 to $9.45 ifis, $7.25 to $9.90. CATTLE—Receipts, 15,000. Firm. Native beef steers, $8.00 to $9.95 western steers$ 7.90 to $.8.90 stoek ers and feeders, $5.90 to $8.05 cows and heifers, $1.25 to $9.50 calves, $6.2-5 to $9.2-0. 8 HIKE P—Receipts, 15,000. Weak. Ewes. $5.25 to $9.00 lambs, $7.75 to $11.So. West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, containing one Hundred and Sixty lliiO) acres more or less, all in the county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota. There will be due on such mortgage at the date of sale the sum of Two Thousand Ninety-Nine Dollars and Thirty-Six Cents ($2,099.36). Dated this 12ih dav of April_, 1916. EDWARD P. LIN'DLEY, Assignee of Mortgagee. THEODORE lvOFFEL, Attorney for Assignee of Mort gagee, Bismarck, No. Dak. (4:13-20-27:5:4-11-18} CALL FOR RESIDENCE BIDS. Scaled proposals will be received by Ashelman and Cage, architects, No. 8 So. Broadway, Fargo, N. D., not. lat er than 4:00 ]. m„ May 1'. 1.916, for the erection and completion of a frame bungalow, ft. by 45 ft., to be erected at Steele, N. D., for Mr. Mr. A. 11. Miller, to be built according to the plans and specifications prepared for this work by Ashelman and Gage, architects. Fargo, N. D. Proposals will be received at the same 'ime and place for Ihe plumb ing, hot water heating, and electric wirintf. Each bid will be accompanied by a certified check made ^ayable to Mr. A. B. Miller of an amount as called for on Ihe specifications These checks will bo renrned on the award of the contracts. Plans and specifications may be seen at the Builders Exchange In Minneapolis, Far„o and Bismarck, and at the office of the owner at Steele, after May 2. Extra copies of the plans and speci fications will be furnished by the ar chitects upon request, upon deposit of $10.00, $5.00 of which will be on the return of the plans. The owner reserves the risht to re ject anv or all bids. Signed, E. B. MILLER, Steele, N. D. ASHELMAN & GAGE, Architects and Engineers, Fargo, X. D. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. In the Matter of the Estate of Fred O. Brewster, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, Jessie O. Brewster, Execu trix of the will of Fred O. Brewster, late of the City of E'ismarck, 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 four months after the first publication of this notice, to said Executrix, at the office of Newton, Dullam & Young, in the City of Bismarck, in said Bur leigh County, 'North Dakota. Dated April 12, A. D. 1916. JESSIE O. BREWSTER, Executrix. First publication en the 13th day of April. A. D. 1916. Newton, Dullam & Young, Attorneys For Executrix. (4—13, 20, 27 5—4) NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Bids will be received at once by the First National Bank of Plaza, N. D., for the erection of a brick bank build ing. A certified check for five per cent of the amount qf bid must accom pany each bid as a guarantee of good faith. Right to reject any or all bids reserved. Plans and specifications may be seen at the First National bank, Plaza. N. D.. or at the office of A. Moorman & Co., Architects, St'. Paul, Minn. 5-2-ot ANNOUNCEMENT. I hereby announce myself a candi date for the office of County Treas urer to fill vacancy caused by expria tion of present incumbent's term, and subject to the support of the repub lican vote at primaries. .Tune 2S, 181& RICHARD PENWARDEN. (Political Adv.) -f.