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SUNDAY, -AUQU8T13,1916. -l, I HELP WANTED HALS WANTED—'First-class cement work er. Inquire at Van Horn hotel. WANTED—Two messengers, at the Western Union. WANTED—Man for traveling posi tion. We teach you. Salary, com mission and expense allowance to right man. J. E. McBrady, Chi cago. 8-13-lt WANTED—Earn $20 weekly writing names and addresses, spare time, no canvassing. Particulars for stamp. G. C. Smith, Little Rock, HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Maid or boy not under 15 years of age for work at Country club. Apply Mrs. N. L. Call. 4 Ave. A. 84Mt WANTEDr—Girl for general house work small family good wages. Mrs. P. It. Fields, 422 First St. WANTED—Girl for housework. Phone 751. WANTE D—Competent girl for gen eral housework family of three. LET A CLASSIFIED Classified Ads—Cash in Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. HOW TO ANSWER BLINK AN. or HI ail aSfned wltb nunrberx ferittaLb cure Tribune must b« an gwored by letter addressed to the Bomber given in the ad. Tribune tm »loyei aro not permitted to tell who any advertiser la. Mail or Bead your anawer to Tribune No. and we will forward It to the advertiser. Arkansas. 8-13-lt Mrs. George Will, 323 Third St. 8-8-Gt WANTED—2 girls for general house work highest wages. Mrs. P. C. Remington, 610 7th St. 8-1-tf WANTED—Girls, at Bismarck Steam Laundry. 7-13-tf WANTED—Girl to assist at soda foun tain. Apply Cowan's Drug Store. 6-27-tr •—1 SALESMEN WAITED SALESMEN—Making the smaller cit ies can tolace our Premium Punch Board assortments op consignment and earn $6 commission on every order. Dept. 12, Washington Sales Company, Chicago. 8^13-lt SA LESMAN~Capable specialty man for Ntarth Dakota. Staple line on new and exceptional terms. Va cancy now. Attractive commission contracti.JSk.wAeJUy.for exaeU3.es. Miles F. Bixler Co., 204-33 Carlin Bldg Cleveland, 0. POSITIONS WANTED POSITION, WANTEiD—A-l meat cut ter and all-around butcher (single), wishes position. Address Box 216, Wilton, N. D. _____ 8-11-12t WANTED—Situation as steam thresh ing engineer, eight years' expert _ence. Address A. B. C. Tribune, WiANTED—Job by experienced separ ator man, can furnish references. Write 848 care Tribune. 8-ll-3t WANTED—A position in cook car by two married women first-class cooks good accommodations un necessary. Write 983, care Trib une. 8-9-12t POSITION WANTED Engineer wishes position on threshing engine. Address, 843, care Tribune. 8-8-6t WANTED—By competent cook, job on car. Apply 948 care Tribune. 8-ll-6t HARVEY HARRie & CO. J. P. Jackson, Mgr. FOR SALE—At a sacrifice, for quick sale, 320 acres of fine land, with running water, less than two miles from station, close to Bismarck. FOR SALE—Lots on Eighth, Ninth and Tenth streets at $175 per lot. FOR SALE—Modern 7-room house, within three blocks of .postoflice. Can be sold for $3,350. HARVEY HARRIS A CO. ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Rooms for teachers or students in high school or Commer cial college. J. K. Doran. 8-lS-tf FOR RE NT—Suite of rooms, suitable for four young ladies 313 Fourth St. 8-13-61 FOR RENT—Two modern furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Phone 659. 8-13-4t FOR RENT—Two large furnilfied rooms, modern light housekeeping, to couple 516 Ninth St. 8-12-3t FOR RENT—Rooms for light house keeping heat, light and water fur nished especially suited for mar ried couple. Permanent tenants de sired. J. K. Doran. 8-9-tf FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms, with bath._ 206 Thayer. 8-9-lmo FOR RENT—'Pleasant rooms for rent at the Woodmansee, 411 5th St. 8-9-St FOR RENT—Room 417 First St., or Phone 558R. ROOMS For Rent. 619 6th St 7-2 i-lmo FOR RENT—Rooms, strictly modern in new house. 300 9th St. Phone 377K. 7-8-lmo FOR RENT—Clean, pleasant room, with board, at Duraveo Place, 212 Third atreet l-M-Jmo ADVERTISE ESTRAY AN]MALA Any person taking up an estray ani mal must advertise the game within ten days In some newspaper, They must also within ten days Mend notice of advertisement to the county audi tor and another by registered mall to the commissioner of agriculture at Bismarck. 12 you fall to do thl* yon are likely to get Into trouble. F. E. YOUNG Watch this spaco after September 1st for the very best bargains in Bur leigh County farm lands and Bis marck city property. F. E. YOUNG WORK WANTED WANTED—Work by the day. Phone 389K. 7-21-lmo WANTED—HOUSE* What have you to offer in a 6 or 7 room up-to-date house: will pay cash give location. 847 Tribune Office. 84-3t WANTED—Modern 5 or 6-room house or three or four furnished rooms. Phone 95. 8-l3-3t I_want to rent a 6 or 7 room modern house, well located. 846 Tribune Office. 8-ll-3t WANTED—To lease a small modern house to a couple without children. Address 8f 0, Tribune. 8-12-3t WANTED—Furnished bungalow or small house, by October 1. Call or write 818, Tribune. 7-11-tf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES LIVERY BUSINESS FOR SALE. A complete livery business with hacks, auto livery and coal business doing a •very good business. Owing to my'.health must sell at once as I can mot'take'care of it. Will take in trade good city property, farm lands or stock in any state. Have a three year lease on barn. Write No. 826 care Tribune for further information. 7-20-lmo. FOR-SALE^Completely equipped ga ,.jage. machjne, and b.lacksmit.1), SJIQE,. growing banking town center of best wheat section Montana. Equi ty, $3,500. A,ddress, Broadview Ga rage, Broadview, 'Mont., Box 274. _8-6-13-20 FOR SALE—The Bismarck Bottling Works a profitable, established business. Will teach the purchaser the business $5,000 cash, and bal ance to suit the purchaser. F. W. Murphy, 204 Main St., Bismarck, N. Dak. 8-8-tf HOUSES FOB RENT FOR RENT—Five-room house, on Eighth street. Harvey Harris & Co. 8-12-2t FOR RENT—Four-room house, partly modern Inquire 418 1st St. 8-ll-3t FOR RENT—5-room bungalow city water and electric lights. 427 16th St. Inquire O. W. Roberts, U. S. Weather Bureau. 8-6-tf PGA RENT —14-room house also, furniture for sale. Inquire 300 9th St. 7-23-lmo MISCELLANEOUS INVEST IN WHEAT—Account black rust. Reliable and experienced grain man will accept amounts of $20 and up to invest in grain on my judgment or yours. Get in quick. J. E. "Weber, 104 Finance Bldg., Kansas^bity, Mo. 8-13-lt GET A MURPHY"disappearing bed add another room to your house this winter. By using one of these beds you can Utilize your bedroom as a parlor or library. Any informa tion desired can be secured from A. J. "Ostrander. Phone 263. 8*13-3t FOR SALE—Cucumbers all sizes. Phone NP. 58SL. ••••. 8-12-2t canaries 8-12-3t FOR SALE—Pair.German and cages 516 Ninth St. NOTICE 'Now is the time to fix up and repair your storm windows be fore the winter season. See Faunce, Fourth street. 8-12-3t FOR SALE—1915, 5 passenger Ford car. P. O. Box 492. 8-8-lmo FOR SALE—English bull terriers. Leaving town must sell all South Tenth St. 8-8-6t HEADERS FOR SALE We have 3 twelve-foot Headers that we can save you some money on. French & Welch Hdw. Co. 7-30-tf. TO TRADE—High grade new piano for Saxon, Ford or some small car. Two passenger preferred. Address, 834, Tribune. FOR SALE—Cheap. Nichols & Shep ard gas tractor, 22 h. p. used two Reasons for threshing. Will trade for horses or cattle good terms. N. P. Carlson, Washburn. 7-18-lmo FOR SALE—Three second-hand six foot McCormick mowers used one year. French fc Welch.* 7-23-tf FOR 8ALE—Three second-hand six foot McCormick mowers used one year. French & Welch. 7-23-tf FOR RENT^r-dQffices second floor one block from postoSU:e. Bismarck Realty Company* Bismarck Bank Bldg. Telephone 203 6-23-tf N AGENTS AGENTS WANTED—Sell men's, la dies' raincoats, cheapest prices golden opportunity, make big mo ney outfit free. American Euro pean Raincoat Co., 175 E. Broad way, :New York. 8-13-lt HOUSES FOB SALE FOR SALE—My brand new bunga low on Fourteenth street, which I will sell on very easy terms. It will be finished in a few days. This bungalow has all built-in features, modern in every respect, lot grad ed, walks in, garage and everything to make a home comfortable. Lo cated at 511 Fourteenth street. Phone 2C3. J. Ostrander. 8-13-3t FOR SALE—House of 8 rooms and bath near school. Will take auto mobile as part payment. Price, $2,200. Two houses and two lots on the south side. Price, $1050*. Good investment. 64*0 acres of the best land in Burleigh county on Appl« creek improved. To close an es tate will sell for $24 per acre. J. H. Holihan, Room 11, Lucas 'Block. S-13-2t LOTS FOR SALE FOR SALE—Choice 50-foot lot, on Fifth St., facing east. Inquire D. T. Qwens & Co 8-5-tf FOR SALE—One of the nicest 50-foot lots on 5th St. Seven 50-foot lots on 14th St. Two 5-acre tracts close in for quick sale. For sale or exchange for North Da kota land an improved 100-acre farm near Monticello, Fla close to town schools and churches. We are in the market for loans on city property and farm lands at cur rent rates. Farms for sale or rent on easy terms. D. T. Owens & Co. LOST AND FOUND LOST—One gold curt link, with gold nugget. Finder please return to Webb Bros.' furniture department and receive reward. 8-13-3t LOST—Lady's purse, containing small change and Homan Cafe tick et. Return to Tribune for reward. 8-12-2t FARM LANDS WANTED—Information regarding a good farm for sale. R. G. List, Min neapolis, Minn. 7-16-llss "SiNAP" 160 acres fine level prairie land six miles south of Steele, coun ty seat Kidder county 100 acres under plow 60 acres in crop small house good, farming community. For quick sale $17.50 per acre, easy terms. Address E. L. Scbultz, Steele, N. D. 8-ll-6t SPECIAL DISCOUNT. Special discount on all traveling bags, suitcases and trunks at Webb's this week. Tjft'jeJye thousand ieat of red-hot ac tion in "The Spoilers." ,, aZ./ BISMARCK DAILY T&IBUNE CASH a RAIN MARKET. MINNEAPOLIS i/ywxMHB No. 1 Hard 155% No. 1 Northern 150% 153% Choice 154%! Regular to arr 149% 152% Choice to arr, 154 15Wt No. 2 Northern ......... 147% 151% No. 3 Wheat 139% 147% No. 2 Mont Hard 143% 144% No. 2 Mont. Hard to arr 143% No. 1 Durum 136 140 Choice 140 143 Choice to arr .136 «9 No. 2 Durum 133 137 No. 3 Yellow Corn 83 84 No. 3 Yellow Corn to arr 93 Other Grades^Corn 65 82 No. 4 Yellow Corn 81 No. 2 Mont. White 44 45 No. 3 White Oats 42'^ 43 No. 3 White Oats to arr.. 42^ No. 4 White Oats 41 42 Barley 69 S4 Choice 84 87 Rye 113 114 Rye to arr 313 114 Flax 224 28 iFlax to arr 223 226 September' 149% 150% December 149 May ... 152% Close 12:34 p. m. DULUTH September December May No. 1 Hard on trk ...... No. 1 Northern on trk No. 2 Northern on trk... No. 3 Northern on trk... No. 1 Northern to arr ... No. 2 Mont. Hard on ... No. 2 Mont- Hard, to arr No. 1 Spot Durum No. 2 Spot Durum No. 1 Durum to arr September December Close 12:50 p. ni. 150 149% 153% 153%' 151% 152 148 150 138 144 155 146 146% 146 146% 138 135 138 138 138%' 143%: 136 1 May Oats on trk and to arr... Rye on trk and to arr... Barley on trk Flax on trk Flax to arr September October November December 114 70 226 226 226 227% 227%' 1-225% 88 228% ST. PAUL. HOGS—Receipts 700 15c lower range $9.75 to $10. bulk $9.95 to $10.10. CATTLE—Receipts 600 killers, steady steers $5 to $9.75 cows and heifers $4,75 to $7.75 calves, steady, $4 to $11.50j stockers and feeders, steady, $4.25 to $7.25. SHEEP—Receipts 1600 steady lambs $7 ,to $10 wethers $5.25 to $7.50. ewes $2.50 to $7. CHICAGO HOGS—Receipts 18,000 weak to 30c lower bulk $9,90 to $10.45: light $10 to $10.55 mixed $9.70 to $10.50 heavy $9.60 to $10.50. pigs $8,25 to $9.70. .CATrPLiE—Receipts 1,060 steady native beef steers $6.90 to $10.75 Avoid Battery Trouble During National Touring Week #L Before you start: Let us inspect your storage battery. En Tour: Use the list of 800 willing Willard Service Stations in time of need. Ask us for printed list and card entitling you to FREE inspection. ED. LODEN Free inspection of any battery at any time WHY PAY TWO PRICES FOR DENTAL WORK? Dr. Sowles at the Union Dental Parlors, is charging about one half the amount charged at other offices in Bis marck. Best White Crown 5.00 Heaviest Bridge Work, per tooth 5.00 ,— Gold and Synthetic Fillings, up from... 2.50 4 Strictly high grade work is done, and only high grade materials are used for Crown and Bridge work, Plate work, Gold, Porcelain, and Amalgan Fillings. Prices are right for any dental work done. ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED. Note the prices below, and compare them with prices of other offices. Gold Crown, best 22K $5.00 Best Silver Filling 1.00 Extraction .50 Cleaning 1.00 Fine Set of Teeth 10.00 No charge for Extracting When Plates or Bridge Work Are Ordered. ,5 FREE EXAMINATION L, Union Dental Parlofs Dr. H. & SOWLES, Owner BISMARCK, N. D. OVER ORPHEUM THEATRE We are in no way contacted tfitfcf the H. O. Dinford office. western steers $(.55 to $8.60 stock ers and feeders $5 to $7.S5 cows and heifers $3.50 to $9.25 calves $9 to $12.65. SHEEP—'Receipts 3,000 steady ewes $3.40 to $7.50- lambs $7.50 to $11.35. ESTRAYED. Strayed from my corral on July 21, two steers, weight about 1100 lbs., one with horns and the other without —bought recently of Mr. Solberg, 11 miles northeast of Bismarck. Liberal reward offered for return of same or any infomation. 7-28-tt DOHN'S MEAT MARKET, Bismarck. REPUTED LAST SURVIVOR OF CUSTER RAID IS DEAD New 'Pockford, Aug. 12.—Gabriel Guesbacher, reputed to the last sur vivor of the Custer massacre, who es caped the fate of his companions in that horrible affair of nearly a half century ago, when the TJnitPd States was fighting the Indians in the North west, died at his home at Warwick Saturday, following injuries received during the storm of last Thursday evening, and he was buried near his home Sunday afternoon. Guesbacher was spared in the Cus ter massacre through illness—being detailed on the day of the massacre to the provision train, and he witnes sed the massacre from a hill that com manded a view of the historic battle field. Later, he was assigned to Fort Totten, and about thirty years ago he filed on land in this county, and has been a resident here ever since. For Institute Musical Art Piano—V oice—Dancing Fall Term Oct. 2, 1916 Bismarck, N. D. $1050 $1050 NEW LIGHT SIX—JUST RELEASED BY THE DESIGNERS $1050 ^Tnow on display at our showroom at 110 Mainstreet WE ARE PLACING AGENTS AS FAR AS THE MONTANA LINE Call or write for further information CAPITAL MOTOR COMPANY BISMARCK the past few years he has owned and operated an elevator at Warwick. The old soldier had many friends in this section who will regret hear ing of his demise. There are no rela tives of the aged man in this country. HEDTKE WILL PREACH TODAY AT M'CABE M. E. CHURCH Rev. Robt. R. Hedtke, who is en gaged in evangelistic work in this state, will speak at both morning and CAPITAL & SURPLUS $200,000.00 THE F.O.'B. DETROIT. HORSEPOWER" 5-pasaenger •I ~,jaa5aa3tetW W 4% Service, Equipment, Convenience—and you cannot fail to come to the decision that it is an ideal bank ing home for you. We cordially invite you to call at our office and give us the opportunity to explain to you our ef ficient helpful service and broad facilities. evening services at the McCabe Meth odist Episcopal church. During his recent ministry in Mandan Mr. Hedt ke made many friends in this city, who will be pleased of this opportun ity to meet him again. Special music will be rendered at both services. SPECIAL DISCOUNT. Special discount on all traveling bags, suitcases and trunks at W'ebb's this week. on Savings From Any Standpoint Judge this bank from any standpoint—Safety, FIRST NATIONAL BANK BISMARCK, N.D. The Oldest and largest Bank in this Section of the State We could claim 411-2 Horsepower and prob ably you wouldn't know the difference is a misleading phrase. It is sometimes wrongly used to carry the idea of something unusual, exceptional—some startling innovation. We don't claim anything we can't prove. We don't mislead by reference to a technical subject you don't understand. We've got something realto talk about Examine the Maxwell car—its complete equipment Note the attractive appearance. Consider its reputation and its unequaled record for performance. The price includes all the horsepower you need to take you anywhere and as fast as you want toga Touring C*r, $595 2-passenger Cabriolet, $865 2-paunfpt Roadster 580 6-paasenger Town Car, 915 5'passenger Sedan, $985 Western Sales Co. BISMABCK, N. D. 1 1 'Ml «J IJIJ ll«K --Sj :. UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY