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"w« Mi it JA WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1916. III forward It to the advertiser. HELP WANTED MALE PRINTER WANTED—Who wants to learn more of the, printing art state wages wanted band man pre ferred.! Address Messenger, Bal four, N.jD. 7-ll-13t WANTED—Assistant cashier in country bp,nk, must have some ex perience and capable to read, write and speak the German language flu ently. Splendid opportunity for ad vancement. Address Bismarck Trib une, 817. Gussner. ', HELP WANTED FEMALE (WANTED—'Experienced Stenograph er for tempprary work. Apply Sales Dept. International Harvester Co, 742-«. WANTED—Small ion. )3i! St. POSITIONS WANTED WANTED—Experienced stenographer wants permanent position 6 years' experience. P. O. Box 57. 7-9-6t BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE—Restaurant at a bargain, if taken at once. Write 816 care Tribune. AGENTS WANTED AGENTS—(Life insurance, Good commission. Attractive line of policies. Address Room Waldorf Hotel, Fargo, N. D„ giving refer ences. Confidential. 7-12-2t WANTED—L|ent in North Dakota to sell kerosafe oil burner can be in stalled iniitny cook stove, agents can makej'ftam $-200 to $300 per month. A&iress The Day Burn'er Supply Co., $305 Main St., Bismarck, N. D. SALESMEN WANTED WANTED—Two single young men to. travel with' manager as salesmen bright, energetic country men or school teachers preferred state age and previous employment good ad^ vancement to right parties salary and expenses. Write IE. A. jLang ford, Gen'l Del., Bismarck, N. Dak. 7-ll-2t HARVEY HARRIS A CO. FOR SALE—3 lots, 75 feet east front on Seventh St., $550. FOR SALE—50-foot lot on Sixth St., choice location, $90^ FOR SALE—100 feet east front on Eighth -St., $700. ... HARVEY HARRIS A CO. 1 Ev .. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE—Ford car 1916, touring good condition.'' Address Box 364, Bismarck, N. D. 7-12-31 S?ery lody la kwiin far coastlitag and eomeeae else iaa It. fribnie want ada irin tad tlM OM wMe eva* N a§4 eea de tte tmt. 0. 0 ifc A ?r Classified Ads—Cash in Advance, J*?R No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. |lOW TO ANSWER BLINS AM. ADVERTISB E8TRAY ANIMALX ill signed! with. numhors or ear* Tribune must bo an swered b7 letter addressed to the ibar given In the ad. Tribune «m arg not permitted to tell who advertiser la. Hall or send your rer to Tribune No. and we 7j9"3t WANTED—Experienced mechanic, at Lahr Motor Sales Co. 6-28-tf WANTED—if first-class butcher. Geo. family GIRL steady poi 2nd St. I WANTED—^Tgirl for general house work. Call 522 Eighth street, or 'phone 540X. 7-11-tf Mrs. Stickley, 223 ine 349. 7-11-tf WANTED—A girl for general house work highest wages. Mrs. P. E. Byrne, 28 Avenue A. Phone 308L. E'ismarck, 'N. Dak. 7-12-6t WANTED^A-girl-for general house work family of two. One who can room at home preferred. Phone 223Z. 7-11-* BOARD AND ROOM—At 618 Sixth 7-9-6t WANTED—A young girl to help with house-work on farm on outskirts of town. Apply Geo. Gussner. Bis marck, N1. D. WANTED—Experienced girl for gen eral housework. Apply 614 First fit. Phone 491. WANYfeD—kiddle-aged woman or girl for housework. Call at Dohn's meat iftarket, 514 roadway. 6-29-tf WANTED^ tain. Girl to assist at soda foun Apply Cowan's Drug Store. 6-27-tf WANTED—Girl for general house work.) Andrew Miller, 220 Thayer St. Phone 434. 6-27-tf WANTED—A competent girl for gen eral housework. Good wages.. Call 522 Sixth street, or 'pbone 381. 6-20-tf •v Any person taking up an esttay ani mal must advertise thq samoiwithin ten days In some newspaper. Thej must also within ten degsteod notice of advertisement to the county audi tor and another by registered mall to the commissioner of agriculture ai Bismarck. If you fall to do this, yoa are likely to get into trouble. HOUSES FOR RENT •FOR RENT—Modern five-room house Well located. Apply 823 E. Main St._ _J-12-6t FOR RENT—Pour-room house, partly modern. Inquire 404 Second St. FOR RENT— 5-room modern. bugalow furnished from July 15 or 20 to Sept 1, 1916. Phone 652K. 7-9-3t FOR RENT—Eight-room modern house, 922 Sixth St. Phone 581X. F. E. YOUNG FOR SALE—50-foot corner lot, 13th and Thayer Sts., sewer and water, only $350,00 on very easy payments Inside lots in same neighborhoods with sewer and water $300.60. FOR SALE—60-foot lot facing' Boiiith on Rosser St., in Riverview addition, sew'er, water, sidewalk, street at grade, $500,00 on very easy terms. FOR SALE—Quarter section only miles from Bismarck can plow 145 acres, good soil, good neighborhood. There is nothing for sale near this 1 for less than $30.00 iper acre. To close an estate 1 can sell this for $3,200,00 cash or $3,360.00 on very reasonable payments. F. E. YOUNG ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Two rooms, for light .^hou4aki|sping FOR RENT—Three furnished or un furnished rooms for light house keeping. Phone 441R 423 11th St 7-12-71 FOR RENT—Two modern furnished rooms for light housekeeping. 516 Ninth jSt. 7-ll-3t FOR RtNT—Pleasant furnished rgom in modern house. Phone 719. 400 7th St. 7-li-3t FOR RENT—2 or 3 rooms for house keeping, furnished or unfurnished. Phone 437L. 811 Front St. 7-9-3t FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms with bath. 206 Thayer St. 7-8-12 FOR RENT—Rooms, strictly modern in new house. 300 9th St. Phone 377K. 7-8-lmo FOR RENT—Newly furnished rooms, 46 Main. 6-28-12t ROOM FOR RENT—Single or' suite Mrs. Stickley, 223 Second St. Phone 349. tf RENT—Pleasant FOR furnished. FOR 310 7th north, furnished RENT—Clean Tribune office. room. 216 end St. Phone 88R. FOR E NT—Clean, pleasant .room with board, at Dunravea Place, 21! Third street. 1-83-Snn HOUSES FOR SAia FOR SALE OR TRADE—One 9-room modern house and one 14-room du plex, well located between the two schools near capitol. Address 808 7th. __7-12-6t FOR SALE—A neat 6-room cottage, well built, cement walks around house, good neighborhood $1,800 9500 cash, balance easy-terms will sell for $1,700 cash less than, rent. Apply, 788, Care Tribune. 5:17-tt) LOST AHD POUND LOST—Lock ring for automobile rim, 'betweeh -Fort andv city .: Return to H. Forsythe for reward. 7-ll-3t LOST—No. 1-A Eastman kodak July 4 between river bridge and Bis marck. Reward offered to leave at 1 furnished 225. 7-9-3t LOST—Two horses lost from pasture, 2 miles east of town one white and one dark bay.- Reward. Trlbnne W. S. Gross. WANTED—HOUSES WANTED—To rent, a six-room bun galow good, location. Will buy if have to. Give location and cash price. Care Tribune, No. 820. 7-12&16 WANTEb—Modern 4 or 5 room house or unfurnished. Phone 7-ll-3t WANTCD—Furnished bungalow or small house, by October 1. Call or write 818, Tribune. 7-11-tf WANTED—In Mandan or Bismarck a 5 or 6-room modem house inside of SO or 90 days a traveling man, 3 adults la family. Write 494 Bis marck. vt SI A S "1 EASIEST **y c«-aus CORWIM MOTOR Co.BISMAI^CI-ND •L1CTBI0ITT The Electric Shop EO. LODEN, Prop. STORAGE BATTERY REPAIRING CHARGING and NEW BAT. TERIES (The Wllla Service Station) Phone 370. Grand Pacific Block Write \Y. t* Phone RHONE 352 OPPOSITE M'KENZIE HO' EL UndTtaklnf Embalming Licensed Embalmer In Charge Day Phone 50 Night Phone 687 WEBB BROTHERS Phone 599 Wa froht room, Buy Your Junk BISMARCK SQRAJURON arid METAL CO. 200 So. 5th St. BISMARCK Autos Washed by an expert. Bring them in. LAMBERT'S LIVERY Phone 57. C. W. HENZLER TdUfe:' Vli£6AllIZiNG I Phone TSO. 112 Rosier St Shoes Repaired Bed Equipped 8hop in the "^Northwest L. E. Larson 4es Main Street a Auto Radiator pairing "Exitc 1 xa *V%* BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE LANDS PYOQ Maps, Descriptive Pamphlets, Photos, Statistics of Few1!. States, 101 Names OF. Buy Your Plcturea From The CAPITAL ART CO. 401 Broadway Wo Guarantee Good Work and Prompt Delivery of Medalliona and Enlarged Portraite. An unusually Large Selection of Mouldlnge for Framing. S. LAMBERT |£olemanVFrenelr Dry Cleaning ESTABLISHMENT Second-hand Clothea Bought' and Sold. Hats Blocked and Cleaned. Out of town work aent us by parcel post, weifpy pottage on one way PRACTICAL UP-TO-DATE WARM AIR FURNACE HEATINO AMD SHEET •ETAL WORK PJ0HN BORTELL SERVICE CoRwm Motor Co 'I Satisfied Customers. KLEIN-JOHNSON COMPANY ji Established 1898. Incorporated 1906. Capital and Surplus -. $W(MHM.00 WASHBURN,, NORTH DAKOTA -'"I: HTHE ADVERTISERS below will use more |han 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. 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 TOUR work while yon wait. Broadway Between 4th and 5th Streefl CLEANED I DYED REBLOCKED PRICE LISiT Cleaned and Reblocked Straws...35c Genuine Panamas.... $1.00 Pelt Hats 75c Stetsons .........$1.00 Derby's 50c Extra Ribbons for Hats, each 35c EAGLE- Shoe Shining Parlor Broadway OPP. P. O. Phone 682 At Loanas Hdw. Store! "SS FOR ALL COMPETENT HELP OF KINDS, PHONE 340 Bismarck Employment Office *M. F. O'DEA, MANAGER Webb Block, Main St., -,-: General Information Bureau -. in 'v Bismarck R^ttty Company Bismarck BanK B!(|i* W# offer good FARM LANDS in ilz IQuoiirl Slope eonntief at fair priots snd OB raaata abl« fesraia, •U IMUSIO Transfer & storage We have uneqpaled facilities for moving, atorirtg and shipping household goods. Careful, experi enced men alpo retail ice a^d wood. /I Wachtar Transfer Compi Phone 62 No. 202 Fifth Bt: K0"0hY Soviet SAXOM S1 LmDER SATISFACTION CORWIM ri0T0RC0 BISMARCK, N. D. Ik' fc v- 'v nv- -v- i. v. .v' ',y-r: -'v- -v."- ••"•. ??,• -v YITTERCARS ARC ^ill Undertaking Parlors A. W. Lucas Company Day Phone 465 Night Phone 717 A W. CRAIG Licensed Embalmer In Charge AGENTS WANTED For tho 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 SoloUt and Instructor Phone 237—Call 520 8th St PIANO TUNING A. fl. HOFFMAN .. Work Guarantee*. Rasldanoa 1002, 1ft. LITTLE'S SECOND-HAND STORE "Will buy, sell and exchange or rent anything. Successor to Nolan's. Phone 794 or 132X. Barbie's DRY CLEANING AND DYE WORKS PHONE 394 M09 Front Strati We Coll for and Delifer GET THE BEST PHOME 34Q J.F.O'DEA GENERAL AUCTIONEER WEBB BLOCK Main St. Live Stock Sales A Specialty V?-' B0,l7. BUILD the^ CORWIN MOTOR CO BISMOL ND FREDERICK W. KEITH ARCHITECT Webb Block Phone 449 BISMARCK, N. O. NEWS Magazines, Latest Fiction. Candy, Cigars, Tobscoo and Stationery •ARRIS C0IPADV 113 4th St 27 Phone E. SMITH. ARTISTIC PIANO PLAYING Taught by Clara M. Hoorn Virgil-Leschetixky Method Used Phone 628 223 4th St CRADE TLFFES 4 KDKOMD «te4^rJr® I MISCELLANEOUS FOR 8ALE—Big] Bull Tractors, new at $500.00, and three little Bull Tractors .(used for. demonstration only) at $226.00 f. Baker, Executor, Bismarck Bank Bldg. An ideal proposition for some new pool hall, or to replace old, worn out equipment. May be inspected at any time. Must be sold soon. Address X., care Tribune, Bis marck, 7-12-7td FOR SALE—An established and prof itable implement business in one of the best cities in eastern Montana. Good reasons for selling. Reason able capital required. No trades considered. This is a first-class lo cation for an experienced imple ment man. Address, for particu lars, 789, care Tribune. 6-8-tf CASH dRAIN alARKIT. MINNEAPOLIS No. No. No. No. No. No. No. •No. Close 1:40 p. m. Close 1:55 p. m. ss ^FS4LFTOTWE0E^F*' CORWIM AOTORCO 4 o. b. T^jrt'or or Dickinson, N. Dak. Taylor' State Bank, Taylor, iN. Dak. 7-ll-3t FO SALE—An-American motorcy cle, in good running order a bar gain if laxen at once. Inquire M 'M. Reynolds, Scott's LivCry. 7-12-2t TO TRAOE—16( acres McLean coun ty land and registered P^rcheron stallion for residence property in Bismarck. Will trade onb or both and pay difference. Tribune, 1002. FOR SALE—220-volt electric fan, Phone 363X. 30.7 7th St. 7-iZ-3t FO SALE—Two extra good nftlch cows, one 3]/4 and one 3V& test, and a good surrey. Apply 808 7th. St. 7-12-6t FOR SALE—Showcase and ~back baj tobacco case. Stacy Fruit Co. 7-7-0t FOR SALE—Second-hand furniture 822 Sixth St. Phone 581X. FOR SALE—Piano in good condition, very cheap. Call at 405 1st St 7-7-14t FOR SALE—Houseboat belonging to the late Capt. Grant Marsh. May be seen at river landing. Isaac P. 6-28"tf FOR RENT—Offices second/floor one block from postoffice. Bismarck Realty Company, Bismarck Bank Bldg. Telephone 203. 6-23-tf WANTED—To buy four large horses, absolutely sound aod good looking, about 1500 or 1600, from 5 to 7 years old. George Gussner. POOL ROOMS, ATTENTION—We have for sale two standard pool tables and one billiard table, of at tractive design and in splendid con dition, having seen little service. UMWAA 119%' 113% 11C% 118%i 113%- 115% 1 Hard 1 Northern 1 iNorther'n choice .Nor. reg. to arr. 1 Nor. choice to arr 118% 2 Northern 110%! 113% 3 Wheat 103%' 110% 2 Mont. Hard 109%| No. 2 Mont. Hard to arr 108% 109% No. 1 Durum 102% 107% No 1 Durum choice .... 107% 109% 102%! 106%' 98% 104% 81 82 81 70 79 40 No. 1 Durum tp arr .... No. 2 Durum No. 3 Yellow Corn No. 3 Yellow Corn to arr Other Grades Corn No. 4 Yellow Corn No. Si Mont. White No. 3 White Oats No. 3 White Oats to arr No. 4 White Oats Barley €5 Barley choice '. 73 Rye 91 Rye to arr 91 |Flax 196 Flax, to arr 196 July 113%' September 113% December 113% 113% 81 41% 39 38% 38%. 37 38 73 74% 92 92 199 198 OULUTH July 116 September 114% 115 December 114% No. 1 Hard on trk 116% No. 1 Northern on trk .. 115% No. 2 Northern on trk .. 110% 111% No. 3 Northern on trk .. 99% 109% No. 1 Northern 115% No. 2 Mont. Hard on trk 109% iNo. 2 Mont. Hard to arr 109% No. 1 Spot Durum 105% No. 2 Spot Durum 102*4 103% No. 1 Durum to arr .... 105% July 105 September 105% December 105% Oats on trk and to arr.. 38%: Rye on trk and to arr... 93 Barley on trk 61 73 Flax on trk 198%' 199 Flax to arr 198% July 199 September 199 (October 1®9 iNovember 1S8 December 198 September high 11€%, Low 114% ST. PAUL. HOGS—'Receipts 6,000 10c lower: range $9.40 to. ,$9.€,0 bulk $9.50 to $9.55. CATTLE—Receipts 3,200 killers, weak to 15c lower steers $6 to $10 cows and heifers $5 to $8 calves, strong, $5.50 to $11.25 stockers and feeders, weak to 15c lower, $4 to $7.60. SHEEP—Receipts 300 steady lambs $5 to $9 wethers $5 to $7 ewes $2.50 to $6.75. CHICAGO. HOGS—Receipts 21,000: weak, Be to 10c lower bulk $9.75 to $10: light $9.50 to $10 mixed $9.50 to $10.10: heavy $9.40 to $10.15 rough $3.40 to $9.55 pigs $8.10 to $9.60. CATTLE—Receipts 3,000 steady nAtive beef steers $7.20 to $11.20 western steers $8.15 to $9.30 stock ers and feeders $5.50 to $8.50 cows, and heifers $3.65 to $9.65 calves $8.50 to $12. SHEEP—Receipts 16,000 steady ewes $3.25 to I7.G0 lambs $7.50 to $11. -V *1| A t-wAs ig SEVEN /y HFJW Prof. Shaw' Urges More O^rn And More Live .-f-.-.rt O .J**:.. '•„i Stock i, *l.v| WEDNESDAY BROKE ATTENDAN0E|10PBI German Verein Beld Anqtial On Last Day ot Exhibition Beulah, N. D., July 11.—The Sec ond Annual Merger county fair baa come and gone, and closed with ft surplus in the .treasury which, will permit of more funds with which: to stage next year's event, which dl-, ficers state will offer double the at tractions. The fair openend Monday and dur ing the first two days 1,517 admis sions were sold. The program on July Fourth was featured by address es by Prof. Thomas Shaw of the Great Northern and Northern Pacific farm development service, and his asaistr ant, E. A. Wilson. In a plea for diversified farming "Forty bushels." Prof. Shaw then summed up by showing that the com will raise eight pounds of pork, which nets $19.20 an acre at cents a pound, or nearly: $7 more profit per acre than secured, in the insecure grain growing busi ness. After the talk E. A. Willson met with several of the farmers who were much interested 'and requested names of sellers of the stock endorsed. An drew Weldner of Ree, J. Nelson of Aplin and others of the progressive Mercer county farmers will soon o\yn their own Shorthorn bulls. As a fe-!* suit of the address, the swine stock will also be improved. The interest aroused by his talks, so pleased Prof. Shaw that he agreed toremain over for another day and talk to a gather* ing of the German farmers in tha,., Deutscher Verein hall. The two railroad experts judged the horses, chickens and stock of oth-" er departments and awarded the pre miums. The ball game between Beulah and Golden Valley resulted in Victory' for the home nine, but the game was closely contested throughout.' J. T. Culligan's mare won the free for all trot or pace, and the pony race was won by the entry of J. R. Sevallius. Earl Knaus driving a Chev rolet won the automobile race, and Charles Blair the motorcycle speed contest. A brilliant display of fireworks opened the evening's entertainment, following which both dancing pavil ions were crowded until early morn ing hours Regret was expressed by many present at the inability of Judge.J. M. Hanley to attend. He had prom ised to deliver a talk and his former address in Mercer county, at Hazen, was heard by many farmers. There was general disappointment that his military duties should have kept him. away. The fact that Judge Hanley has devoted his time to his duties as major in the North Dakota regf- .• ment has won (him many staunch friends among local patriots. On Wednesday, July 5, the address es of the day were made by William Langer, Non-partisan nominee for at torney general. He spoke in both Ger man and English and was enthusias tically greeted by his friends. The principal addressings given before the Deutscher Verein, which was hold ing its annual convention. CHAUTAUQUA AT VALLEY CITY OPENS Valley City, July 10.—For the next ten days the Valley "City Chautauqua grounds will be the Mecca of this siec-u tion of the state, if the strongest lyceum talent that can be obtained anywhere, an ideal camping place, freedom from the heat and all other attractions count for anything. Through special arrangement aitd to give patrons an opportunity of also visiting the Barnes county fair, inter est thus far has been divided between these two centers of attraction. One glance at the program of the Chautau qua, however, is enough to indicate that before the session is over Valley City will have a Chautauqua second to none in point of quality and quan tity of talent, to say nothing of tho S many other attractions that this as sembly can boast for. '•$ FOT .. i4&i if'« JI I and stock raising, Prof. Shaw asked quda*. tions, received answers that in them-a selves proved the advantage of livoi stock over ..grain growing. "How many bushels of wheat to fhflt acre do you raise?" he asked. ,: "Eighteen bushels," was tfie an* swer. "And how much do you get for this?" "It averages $13 50 an acre, less $.1 for threshing expenses/' said ono\ farmer. "Now then, how much squaw corn, can you raise?" Prof. Shaw asked. I I=I 1 1 In a similarly instructive mamftr Prof. Shaw brought out the advan tages of the dual purpose cows of t^ •, Shorthorn breed. 1 ,1 The grounds are in perfect coadfc tion,-clean and sanitary. There ar*|f no mosquitoes. While the city swel ten these days, Chautauqua is cod 3 and with the advantages it offers for the ideal camp life, many have come to realise that there is QO need j| going further an outing. i? & & $ '"""-as K. L. -',T, 1 1 IV~S -v .. VILLAGE OF UNDER WOOD. Wanted—Contractor to lay 2JOO square feet of cement walk, and six crossings, more or less, according to specifications. Only experienced atea need apply. Must guarantee work done. Write Clarence Berg, Villas# Clerk, Underwood, North Dakota.