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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1916.
AD WORK FOR YOU Classified Ads—Cash in Advance. No Ads Accepte&after Six O'clock P. M. MOW TO ANSWER LI Nil AM. ADVERTISE ESTRAY ANIMAL SUM Ui signed wltk nm bttlalfc care Tribune mu •wind bj letter mddresRi or be to an the feomber given in the ad. Tribune *m ployes aro not permitted Ao tell who HUT advertiser la. Mall 6r send your punier to Tribune No. —-S and xre Vtll forward it to the advertiser. HELP WANTED MALE WANTED—Good, careful driver for auto livery. Matt Clooten. 8-30-3t WANTED—Men, [or steady employ ment good wages. Apply City En gineer's office or Reinforced Con crete Pipe Co., corner Third and Broadway. 8-27-2t WANTED^First-class cement work er. Inquire at Van Horn hotel. WANTED—Two messengers, at the Western Union. WANTE'D^iCompetent bookkeeper give qualifications, references and salary wanted in first letter. Ad dress 857 care Tribune. WANTED—Man to work on dairy farm $40 per month. Call or 'phone John Lohstreter, Mandan, N. Dak. 8-2Mt WANTED—1 mine blacksmith, $4.50 day, steady 3 good girls at once, $17.50 to $30 4 good teamsters, good wages 10 farm hands, $40 to $60 month. Business Service Co, Phone 340, Webb Block. 8-31-lt HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—A girl, for general house work 614 Eighth St. Phone 389. 8-30-6t WANTED—Girl for general house work family of three. 613 3d St. 94-31 WANTED^GIrl for genral housework Mrs. R. D. Hoskins, 904 4th St. 9-l-3t WANTED—Girl for general house work small family. 407 Third St. Phone 538R. WANTED—A girl, for general house work. iMrs. J. A. Knowles, 16 Av enue A. Phone 169iR. 9-31-tf WANTEBT-A good giFl for general housework. Mrs. J. P. Sell. 506 5th St. 9-l-2t WANTED—Girl for general house work. Inquire at Cowan's Drug store or at 512 Ave. A. 8-31-2t WANTED—A girl for laundry work iH. Wah Laundry, 518 Broadway. 8-30-3t WANTED—At Cowan's Drug store a young lady to assist at soda foun tain evenings. 8-3 3-tf WANTED^—Waitress, at Atlantic Cafe. 8-29-tf WANTED—Girl to wash dishes, at Capital Cafe. 8-29-4t WANTED—A girl, for general house work. Wages, $5.50 per week. Call 423 Third St., Bismarck, N. D. 8-29-4t WANTED—2 pantry women at Grand Pacific «atel. 8-26-tf HARVEY HARRIS & CO. J. P. JACKSON, Manager FOR SALE—50-foot lot, on Sixth street, between Aves and C. Very desirable location. Price, $000. FOR SALE—160 acres, 4 miles from a good town all of it can be plow ed. For immediate sale at price too low for publication. HARVEY HARRIS & CO. J. P. JACKSON, Manager POSITIONS WANTED POSITION WANTED—By experienc ed field and camp cook with thresh er during season. Address No. 861, care Tribune. 8-29-6t POSITION WANTED—A-l meat cut ter and all-around butcher (single), wishes position. Address Box 216, Wilton, N. D. 8-ll-12t AGENTS AGENTS WANTED—Lady or gentle man to travel for old established firm work on salary or commission pursuant to contract. Address care ABC Tribune. WANTED—County agent, to sell "In ajiffi" auto fuel. Write to Inajiffi Fuel Co., Litchville, North Dakota. 8-30-12t AGENTS—Our new indoor clothesline reel is big seller. Every lady likes reel. Liberal profits. Particulars free. We have dozens of good agents' sellers. Halbur Sales Agen cy, Halbur, la. 8-20-Ia. SALESMEN WANTED SALESMAN—Traveling salary and expenses or commission must be active, ambitious, willing to learn splendid opportunity former ex perience not essential. Landmark Cigar Co., Denver, Pa. 8-19-lt 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 mall to the commissioner of agriculture at Bismarck. you fail to do thlfc you ire likely to get into trouble. F. E. YOUNG Watch this space after September 1st for the very best bargains in Bur leigh County farm lands and Bis marck city property. F. E. YOUNQ ROOMS FOR BENT ROOM AND BOARD for two school girls. 813 Ave. C. 9-l-3t FOR RENT- -A room S09 Eighth St. 8-31-6t FOR RENT—Modern room suitable for two call noon or after 6 p. m. 321 Eighth St. 9-l-6t ROOMS for rent. 617 Sth St. 9-l-9t FOR RENT—Two pleasant furnished rooms in modern house. Phone 617R 527 13th St. FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house 614 Eighth St. Phone 289. 8-30-6t ROOMS FOR RENT—621 S!xUTSt7~ 8-22-lmo ROOMS For Rent. 619 6th St. 7-2 t-lmo FOR RENT—Clean, pleasant room, with board, at Dunraven Place, 212 Third street. 7-23-3mo ROOMS WANTED WANTED—Three or four-room un furnished flat oy cottage, by young married couple, about Oct. 1st. M. C. Schoelkopf, care Grand Pacific Hotel. 8-27-6t WANTED—Suite of three or four fur nished or unfurnished rooms, for light housekeeping—heated, mod ern with bath, by married couple witty no children—either Sept. 15 or Oct. 1. Write No. 853 care' Tri bune. 8-16-tf APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR RENT—In the Rose Apartments, 215 Third street: Four-room apart ments,- ready for occupancy Sept. 1. The finesh apartment building in the state. Rent $45 per month, in cluding heat, hot and cold water, vacuum service, use of laundry in the basement and a special store room. Apply F. W. Murphy, 204 Main St. Telephone 427. 8-24-tf HOUSES FOB BENT FOR RENT—Four room house 801 Seventh street. 8-29-7t FOR RENT—Cottage $12. Phone 250. 8-30-3t FOR RENT—14-room house also furniture for sale. Inquire 300 9th St. 7-23-lmo WANTED—HOUSES WANTED—Modern house, 5 or 6 rooms with bath close in. Good renter. Call 365. 8-20-tf HOUSES FOB SALE FOR SALE—Two modern houses, one four-room and one seven-room. Ap ply at 924 7th St. 9-l-3t LOST AND FOUND LOST—Two side, curtains for 5-pas senger Reo automobile reward. Washburn Coal Co., Bismarck. 8-31-6t LOST—A gray sweater coat, with keys in pocket. Finder, please re turn to Bismarck Theatre and re ceive reward. 8-29-6t LOST—Bunch of keys. Finder return to the Tribune for reward. 8-22-5t LOST—Brown leather wallet two clasps on top. Finder, returne to Tribune and receive reward. 8-20-lt BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR SALE—Stock light grocery with building also for sale-three bunga lows, all new and modern, $3,000 to $4,000 three vacant lots at a bar gain. Business Service Co. Phone 340. Webb Block. 9-l-2t FOR SALE—Confectionery store, at Mandan, X. Dak. Good location, good business. Must se)l .at once on account of other busin'ess. Ad dress 860, Tribune. 8-30-3t 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. Murphv, 204 Main St., Bismarck. X. Dak. 8-S-tf TAXI 27 Phone L. E. SMITH Donald MacDonald Violin Soloist and Instructor Phone 237—Call 620 Sth 81 Auto Radiator Repairing PRACTICAL UP-TO-DATE WARM AIR FURNACE HEATING AND SHEET METAL WORK ^JOHN B0RTELL Buy Your Pictures From The CAPITAL ART CO. £S Broadway We Guarantee Good Work and Prompt Delivery of Medallions and Enlarged Portrait!. An unusually Large Selection of Mouldings for Framing. TAXI Phone 57 Tlambert Coleman's French Dry Cleaning ESTABLISHMENT Second-hand Clothes Bought and Sold. Hats Blocked and Cleaned. Out of town work sent us by parcel post, we pay postage on on* way PHONE 352 OPPOSITE M'KENZIE HO Undertaking- Embalming Licensed Embalmer In Charge Day Phone 50 Night Phone 687 WEBB BROTHERS •LBOTUCITT The Electric Shop ED. LODEN, Prop. STORAGE BATTERY REPAIRING CHARGING and NEW BAT TERIES (The Will* -d Service 8tatlon) Phone S7S Grand Pacific Block Undertaking Parlors A. W. Lucas Company Day Phone 468 Night Phone 717 A W. CRAIG Licensed Embalmer In Charge PIANO TUNING iiiomui Work Guarantee*. Rssldane* I002, Avr Autos Washed by an expert Bring them in. LAMBERT'S LIVERY Phone 57. C. W. HENZLER TIRE VULCANIZING Phone 726. 112 Rosser St. Shoes Repaired Best Equipped Shop in the Northwest L. E. Larson Wl Main etr»«i BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE Rooms 1 and 2 Hughes Building Opposite Grand Pacific Hotel *r W|LL rtX6flORADETI(fES5r(/a Than 14,00© 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. Office FREDERICK W. KE ARCHITECT Webb Block H. J. WAGNER Optical Specialist Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted, also Glasses Changed/N?d Renewed isses Lihantfcd BISMARC ITH Phone 449 At Lomaa Hdw. Store BUILD Ttft* CORWIN MOTOR CO ISMFLRCRT.N Fireproof Storage in Bismarck's Finest Garage Co rwInTtfofof Co. Bismarck, N. D- KDKDMQ CYLINDERS REBORED Fords $14 Other jobs in proportion Corwin Motor Co. Bismarck, N. D. SERVICE OR Win Mofo It COBiah ARCKH Transfer & storage We have unequaled facilities for moving, storing and shipping household goods. Careful, expert, enced men also retail Ice and wood. Wachttr Transfer Comp^ frSone 62 No. 202 Fifth St. enry 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. Broadway Between 4th and 5th Streets CAPITAL CAFE W. H. OSTRANDER, Prop. Formerly "Dad's Restaurant" 218 Fourth Street MEALS AT ALL HOURS COLD DRINKS Telephone Number 533 Office Hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 P. M. Bismarck Realty Company Bismarck Bank Bldf. We offer food FARM LANDS In six Missouri Slope counties at fair prioea ill em reason able terms, AGENTS WANTED For the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player Pianos. O. W. COCHRANE, Wholesale and RetaU Distributor. Peek's Old Music Store Grand Pacific Building COMPLETE LINE ON DISPLAY TERMS TO SUIT ALHAMBRA HOTEL R. N. Cooper, Prop. HAZEW, N. D. Meal Tickets $6.00 American $2.25. European $1.00. "It's Home for the Commercial Boys." 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 ANB DYE WORKS PHONE 394 809 Front Street We Call for and Deliver A. BISS0NETTE All Kinds of Architectural Plaster Work Rough Casting a Specialty Plain and Ornamental Plastering 118 First Street Bismarck NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Residence, Steele. N. D. Scaled proposals will be received up to 4:00 p. m., Sept. 5, 1916. by Dr. B. Lodge, at Steele, N. D„ for the erection of a frame residence, to be built according to the plans and speci fications prepared by Ashelman and Gage, Archts. and Engineers, Fargo, N. D. Bids will be received at the same time and place for the installation of a hot water heating plant, plumbing and electric wiring. The plumbing to include compression tanks, gas en gine and other mechanical equipment. Plans may be seen at the Builders Exchange in Bismarck, Fargo and at the office of the owner at Steele, N. D. All bids to be accompanied by a certi fied check, made out to the amount called for in the specification. The owner reserves the right to ac cept or reject any or all bids received on this work. (Signed) DR. F. B. LODGE, Steele, N. D. Ashelman and Gage, Archts. and Engineers, Fargo, N. Dak. 8-24^ .Tamesown: Edward TIarron of Rob-i inson, who was injured when thrown from a bucking horse, died yesterday! after being unconscious three days. LOTS FOR SALE FOR SALE—100 by 150 ft. Ninth and iFront St. L. W. McLean. 8-23-lmo SEWING WANTED WANTED—Sewing by experienced dressmaker 206 Thayer or 'phone 675. 8-15-lmo FARM LANDS WANTED—To hear from owner of good farm for sale state cash price and description. D. F. Bush, Minne apolis, Minn. It FOR SALE—2,080 acres best grazing and hay land, 2 miles of town, Sher idan county plenty of water cash price to include 150 head cattle $12.00 per acre. Box 236 McClusky, iN. D. 8J26-15t WANTED—Information regarding a good farm for sale. It. G. List, Min neapolis, Minn. 7-16-llss FOR SALE—In Wibaux, Montana, brick building, 25x80 thoroughly modern East Main street frontage. Lot, 25x150 alley on north. Will sell property, including saloon busi ness, license, and fixtures, forfour teen thousand dollars. Reasonable payment down balance to suit pur chaser. E. H. Rucker, Wibaux, Montana. 8-18-3t MISCELLANEOUS WANTED TO BUY—A good restau rant. Phone 340. 9-l-2t FOR SALE—Two tents. Inquire of iM. J. O'Connor. 8-30-4t WANTED TO BUY—Second-hand of flee desk, either flat or roll top Write 862 care Tribune. 8-31-2t FOR SALE—Hot water furnace, com plete, in good order cheap. In quire at Chas. Kupitz. 8-31 -3t FORSALE—Good~barn 16x28 feet can be seen toy calling at 307 So. 7th St. 8-30-2t FOR~SACE—Moving picture machine in good condition cheap for cash. For particulars address Lock Draw er C., Werner, N. D. 8-29-3t ROT IC E—Buckskin horse, saddle and bridle rented out to a traveling machine engineer, last Thursday, Aug. 24th up to this date the horse has not been returned. Any information notify J. Katz, Bis marck. 8-30-Gt FOR SALE—12-room modern, newly furnished hotel in growing North Dakota town. Answer, 859, care Tribune._ 8-27-11 WANTED—Good home for 5-year-old boy for limited time, near Will school preferred. Call 450. 8-26-6t FOR SALE—Hunting"dogs—2 setters about one year old and 2 about 3 months old. E. J. Schaeffer. 8-26-14t FOR SALE—Bull pups, 3% months old^ 311 So. 10th St. 8-2 6-61 FOR SALE—Pointer pups. Phone 404L after 6 o'clock. 8-22-tf FOR RENT—Offices second and third floors one block from pos office eleator service steam heat electric light. Bismarck Realty Company, Bismarck Bank Building 8-17-tf FOR SALE—1915, 5 passenger Ford car. P. O. Box 492. 8-8-lmo TO TRADE—High grade new piano for Saxon, Ford or some small car. Two passenger preferred. Address, 834, Tribune. SUMMONS. State of North Dakota, County of Bur leigh: in District Court, Sixth Judi cial District. American Life Insurance Company, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. Edwin J. Ruddy, Loretta Ruddy, Mary Ruddy, Michael Ruddy, John Ruddy, Veronica Ruddy, Edward Ruddy, Catharine Ruddy, and Edwin J. Ruddy as Guardian of the Minor Heirs of Katie C. Ruddy, and Win. A. O'Donnell, Defendants. The State of iNorth Dakota to the above named defendants: You are hereby summoned to an swer the complaint in this action, which will be filed with the clerk of the District Court of Burleigh county, Sixth Judicial district, State of North Dakota, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscribers within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of service and in case of your failure to appear or answer judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the com plaint. Dated this 2nd day of August, A. D. 1916. MILLER, ZUGER & TILLOTSON, Attorneys for Plaintiff, Office and Postoflice Address: Bismarck, N. Dak. To Said Defendants: The complaint in the above entitled action was filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court in and for Burleigh County, North Dakota, on the 3rd day of August, A. D. 1916, and is now on file therein. MILLER, ZUGER & TILLOTSON, Attorneys for Plaintiff. (8:11-18-25.9:1-8-15) WILBUR GOOD, PHILADELPHIA NATIONALS. "Professional baseball in the sum mer and hog raising in the winter form a profitable combination. Until a couple of years ago I was mixing the national pastime with grape-fruit growing and attended to the latter during the off-seaSon on a plantation I own near .Brooksville, Fla. "The crops, however, didn't come up to my expectations, so I switched to hog raising and as soon as the season is over. I'm going to beat it back (o tlie sunny south to take care of my hogs. I've got 140 feed ing now anil expect to double the number before Christmas. SEVEN THE MARKETS MINNEAPOLIS. HIGH LOW No. 1 Hard 159% No. 1 Northern 152% Choice 157% Regular to arr 152% Choice to arr 157% No. 2 Northern 149% No. 3 Northern 142%' No. 2 Mont. Hard 146% Regular to arr 146% No. 1 Durum 147 Choice 149 Regular to arr 147 No. 2 Durum 144 No. 3 Yellow Corn 36 No. 3 Yellow Corn to arr 86 Other grades 73 No. 4 Yellow Corn 84 No. i2 White Mont 45% No. 3 White Oats 43%: No. 3 White Oats to arr. 43% No. 4 White Oats 42%' Barley 65 Barley Choice 90 Rye 115 Rye to arr 115 iFIax 204 Flax to arr 203 September 152%' December 150% May 1 52% 156% 158% 155% 154%: 150% 149% 149% 149 153 152 148 87 85 46% 44%' 43% 90 95 116 116 208 207 DULUTH September 153%: December 150%' May 152% No. 1 'Hard on trk 157%: No. 1 Northern on trk... 155% 156% No. 2 Northern on trk. .. 151% 153 No. 3 Northern on trk.... 143% 150%! No. 1 Northern to arr .. 155% No. 2 Mont. Hard on trk. 149%' No. 2 Mont. Hard on trk. and to arr 149% No. 1 Spot Durum 14!) No. 2 Spot Durum 147 No. 1 Spot Durum to arr. 148 September 147 November 147 December 147% May 150 Old Oats on trk 44% Old Oats on trk. to arr.. 44% New Oats on trk 43% New Oats on trk. to arr. 43% Rye on trk 115 Rye on trk. to arr 115 Barley on trk 55 101 Flax on trk 205 Fla 011 trk. to arr 205 September 205 October 206% November 206% December 205% •V CLOSE—1:55 P. M., THURSDAY. ST. PAUL. HOGS—Receipts, 2,000. Steady. Range, $10.00 to $10.55 bulk, $10.2» to 5x0.40. CATTLE—Receipts, 4,000. Killers, strong to 15c higher. Steers, $4.75 to $9.50 cows and heifers, $4.75 to vi.75 calves, steady, at $4.00 to ipit.25 stockers and feeders, slow to weak, at $4.00 to $7.00. SHEEP—Receipts, 1,000. Slow. Lambs, $5.7.) to $9.25 wethers, $5.00 to $7.25 ewes, $2.50 to $6.75. CHICAGO. HOGS—Receipts, 24,000. Weak, at 25c advance. Bulk, $10.75 to $11.40 light, $10.SO to $11.50 mixed, $10.45 to $11.50 heavy, $10.25 to $11.45 rough, $10.25 to $10.50 pigs, $7.!)0 to $10.00. CATTIJE—Receipts, 8,000. Weak, at. 10 to 20e advance. Native beef steers, $7.35 to $11.50 western steers, $o.80 to $9.50 stockers and feeders, $5.10 to $8.00 cows and heifers, $3.85 to $9.65 calves, $9.25 lo $12.75.. SHEEP—'Receipts, 8,000. Unsettled. Ewes, $3.40 to $8.60 iambs, $7.00 to $11.75. .... Joe Tinker has been experimenting with Gene Packard in left field. As a left fielder Gene has proven him self to be a heluva southpaw pitcher. Connie Mack says it's hard to climb in a race. He also admits it racks somewhat to hit the toboggan. Iit's a tough job, this thing of dop ing out the natinal pastime. Jimmy Johnston flagged a pitched ball with his nose while Rollie Zeider's mam moth proboscis retains all its pristine beauty. Having trimmed Aleander and Sal lee Mule Watson should balk at noth ing. Ping Bodie will report to the Mack erels net spring. As Mackerels ara noted for their bones Ping ought to feel at home. Bob Moha says Joe Cox will be a pipe for him in their ring settoo. Be ing's how he's a graduate plumber Bob ought to know all about pipes. Eddie Plank says Koob of the Browns needs only a slow ball to make him a slab wizard. Messrs. Cobb, Jackson and Speaker, out of the greatness of their hearts, ought to put on the muffler for the young man. Hi Jasper has been released to the Los Angeles club, but balks on going. He says he ain't quite ready to be an angel. There may be nothing in a name, but Farmer of the Pirates jumped off a moving train and was seriously in jured. As we remember them what those White Sox need most is a thorough course in the laundry. iFew women show discretion in the selection of things to be left unsaid. "Now want this and I expect that, likewise so and so," declared the cook. "That will do for you." said the lady of the house. "You act like a foreign nation attempting to win the sympathy of the I*nited States."'