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»AY, OCT. 4, 1916.
M5S4IM'
Phone, 349, or call on Mrs. W. A.
Stickley, 223 3rd St. (10-l-6t)
WANTED—Two pantry girls.
Hotel.
Classified Ads—Cash in Advance.
No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M.
ads signed with nnmben or
care Tribune must be an
by letter addressed to the
iber given in the ad. Tribune «m
es ar« not permitted to tell who
advertiser Is.. Mall or send your
iwer to Tribune No. and tre
tornard it to the advertiser.
HELP WANTED MALI
WANTEp^-Competent, experienced
mechanics. Apply l*ahr Motor Sa'es
Co. 10-1-tf
WANTED—Laborers, $3 per day, 9
hours. North Dakota Telephone Co.
(10-4-2t)
WANTED—Waiter, at Atlantic Cafe.
TO ANSWER BUNk AM. ADVKRTItl ESTRAY ANIMAL
I0-l-6t
WANTED—Two men as pinsetters
all winter's work. Capital Bowling
Alleys. (9-29-6t.)
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANTED—Practical Nursing. Phone
535-X. (10-3-3t)
WANTED—Competent girl for house­
work $25.00 per mont. Address,
P. 0. Box 568.
WANTED—Girl, for general house­
work. Apply, Mrs. F. B. Strauss,
223 First St., or 'phone 419. 10-l-3t
WANTED-^Good firl for general house
work in small family good wages.
Grp.
9-27-tf
WANTED—A dishwasher, $8.00 per
week, and a waiter, $7.00 per week
Phone or write, Hotel Garrison.
(9:27-5t)_
WANTED—A girl for general house^
work. Phone 741, or call Mrs.
Francis Murphy. (9-27-tf.)
HARVEY HARRIS & CO.
J. P. Jackson, Manager.
FOR SALE—5-room house, all mod­
ern except bath, in good neighbor­
hood. Price *1,600.
FOR SALE—Corner lot 50 feet front
in good location, with east front at
$350.
HARVEY HARRIS A CO.
POSITIONS WANTED
BOOKKEEPER-*—Experienced in bank
and store, now employed, desires
position. Moderate salary. Good
references. Write, Tribune 887.
(9-29-9t.)
POSITION WANTED—In offlce by
young lady. Address 864 Tribune
9-5-lmo
WANTEDeposition housekeeper by
young woman. 890 Care Tribune.
U0-4-3t)
WANTED—Good all-around butcher
wants job. L. H. Levitre, Devils
Lake, N. Dak. (10-4-3t)
FOR SALE—Five-room house, close
in, on Seventh street. Purchaser
can take immediate possession. A
bargain if taken at once.
FOR SALE—Six-room bungalow, with
all modern convenience. East
front and 100 feet of ground. Cor­
ner lot
FOR SALE—Choice 50-foot lot on
Fifth street.
LOANS—Made on farm lands and
city property. Insurance.
D. T. OWENS A CO.
DRESSMAKING
WANTED—Sewing, by experienced
dressmaker 206 Thayer or 'phone
675. 10-2-lmo
DRESSMAKING at home or by the
day. 208 Thayer St. Phone 389-K.
(10-2-lm)
WANTED—Dressmaking, .work guar­
anteed. Prices reasonable. Blanche
Masters, 408 2nd. St. Phone 383-R.
(9-24-12t.)
LOST AND FOUND
LOST—Saturday night a black and
white male pup marked like a bird
dog. Reward. Grand Pacific Bar
_ber^ Shop. (10-4-3t)
FOUND—Wallet containing several
papers near Finch lbr. Co. Owner
can have same by calling at this of­
flce and identifying. (10-3-3t)
EMPLOYMENT AND REAL ESTATE
Business Service Company
Phone 340 Webb Block
We want places on farms for ex­
perienced single and married men,
willing to do any kind of work. Best
of references. Either call or phone
us.
Good farm land for sale. See us.
ROOMS WANTED
BOARD AND ROOM wanted by two
gentlemen private home preferred.
Close in. Phone 181. (10-3-3t.)
Any person taking up AD aatray anl
mal must advertis# the gam* within
ten day* in Mine newspaper. They
must also within ten days send notice
of advertisement to the county audi
tor and another by registered mall
to the £ommlssioner of agriculture at
Bismarck. II you fall to do thi«. yo»
are likely to get Into trouble.
F. E. YOUNG
FOR SALE—6-room, partly modern
house, 75-foot lot 4 blocks from
postofflce everything in good con­
dition |650 cash, balance monthly
or other reasonable payments.
FOR SALE—Lots on 14th and, 15th
streets 50 feet either east or west
fronts streets at grade inside
$300 corner, $350. These lots are
considerably cheaper than any in
the neighborhood.
FOR SALE—Riverview Addition lots
at $300 to $600 for 50 and 75-foot
lots. More lots have been sold here
this year than in any other section
of the city. Buyers are fully pro­
tected. Very reasonable terms can
be had.
F. E. YOUNG
ROOMS FOR BENT
FOR RENT—Furnished Room ladies
preferred. _18 W. Main St. (10-4-2t)
FOR RENT—Modern room single,
$8 double, $10. Phone 442-W.
(10-4-6t)
FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod­
ern house. Apply 801 Fifth St
Phone 242R. __ 10-l-6t
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front
room in modern house. 807 4th St
Phone 404-R. (10-4-3t)
FOR RENT—Four unfurnished light
housekeeping rooms. Phone 494U,
or call 422 Twelfth St. 10-l-6t
FOR"RENT—House, on Thayer street
between 12th and 13th streets, with
water. Inquire of A. C. Hinckley.
10-1 -3t
FOR RENT—Modern rooms for light
house-keeping. Call at 622 Third
Street or enquire of J. K. Doran.
(9-30-6t)
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front
room in modern house, 807 4th St
PhPQQ 404-R, (9-29-3t)
FOR RENT—Four unfurnished light
housekeeping rooms. Phone 494W.
or call 422_Twelfth St. 9-28-eod-6t
FOR RENT—First-class modern room
for one or two gentlemen. Best lo
cation in the city. Write, No. 888,
Care Tribune. (9-29-3t)
FOR RENT—Rooms, strictly modern
in new house. 300 9th St. Phone
377K. 9-6-lmo
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms in
modern house gentlemen prefer­
red 206 Thayer St. Phone 675.
9-7-lmo
R00M8 For Rent. 619 6th St 7-2 i-lmc
FOR REflT—Clean, pleasant room,
with board, at Dunraven Place, 212
Third street. 7-23-3mo
PLATS FOR_RENT
FOR RENT—'Modern furnished flat
for light housekeeping for couple.
Inquire 516 9th St. (10-4-5t)
F. E. YOUNG
My real estate business having
reached such proportions that I am
unable to look after it all, I have ar­
ranged with Mr. H. F. O'Hare to look
after the sales of city property. All
customers will be attended to prompt­
ly, courteously and efficiently and it
will be the endeavor of both Mr.
O'Hare and myself to give the best of
satisfaction.
Phones 78 and 711. First National
Bank Building.
F. E. YOUNG
HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR SALE—Nine room all modern
house, hot water heat, large barn
and garage, fine lawn and shade
trees best buy in town. S. L. Hill,
_801_4th_St (9-30-51)
FOR SALE—Two houses, a barn and
three lets. 20 Broad ay. (9-22-lm.)
LANDS
FOR TRADE—Quarter Section close
Bismarck for modern house. Write
891 Care Tribune. (10-4-5
SNAP—A perfect quarter section, Kid­
der county, 6 miles from Steele,
the county seat. All under cultiva­
tion. Level, splendid soil. In fine
improved community. On graded
road, and telephone line. This is
the best bargain in the county to­
day. Price, $23.50 per acre easy
terms. Address, E. L. Schulz.
Steele. N. D. 9-28-6t
WANTED—Information regarding a
good farm for sale. R. G. List, Min­
neapolis, Minn. 9-16-llss
TAXI
27
L. E. SMITH
MRS. BLANCH MASTERS
^Dressmaking
and
Corset Fitting
Phone 383-R 408 2nd St.
Auto
Radiator
pairing
!J0HN
BORTELL
Buy Your Picture* From The
CAPITAL ART CO.
4M Broadway
Wa Ouarantaa Good Work and
Prompt Delivery of Medallions and
Enlarged Portraits. An unusually
Large Selection of Mouldlnga for
Framing.
TAXI
Phone
S. LAMBERT
Undertaking- Embalming
Licensed Embalmer In Charge
Day Phone 50 Night Phone 687
WEBB BROTHERS
ELECTRICITY
The Electric Shop
ED. LODEN, Prop.
STORAGE BATTERY REPAIRING
CHARGING and NEW BAT­
TERIES
(The Wllla *d Service 8tatlon)
Phone 37S Grand Pacific Block
Undertaking Parlors
A. W. Lucas Company
Day Phone 465 Night Phene 717
A. W. GRAIG
Llcenaed Embalmer In Charge
PIANO TUNING
A.a.Eomux
Work Gaarutaei.
Risldinoi 1002, In,
Autos Washed
by an expert. Bring them in.
LAMBERTS LIVERY
Phone 57.
Shoes Repaired
Best Equipped Shop in the
Northwest
L. E. Larson
4M Main
Street
O
UP -TO DATE
CI OTMLV. hOR A-
COLEMAN'S
New and Second Hand Store
PHONE 358
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
Office
Rooms 1 and 2
Hughes Building
Opposite
Grand Pacific
Hotel
Webb Block
PRACTICAL UP-TO-DATE
WARM AIR FURNACE
HEATING AND SHEET
METAL WORK
At Lomas
Hdw. Store
1KDKDMD
@i Information
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 thb directory constantly. It appears every day.
H. J. WAGNER
Optical
Specialist
Eyes Tested and Giaseeo Fitted, a lea
Classes Changed and Renewed
BISMARCK. N. D.
FREDERICK W. KFITH
ARCHITECT
Phone 449
AGENTS WANTED
BUILD
for the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player Pianoi.
O. W. COCHRANE, Wholesale and Retail Distributor.
Peck's Old Music Store Grand Pacifio Building
COMPLETE UNI ON DISPLAY TERMS TO SUIT
GORWIN MOTOR CO.BJSMWND
STEAMt HEATED
1 Fireproof Storage in
Bismarck's Finest Garage
Corwin Motor Co.
Bismarck, N. D.
.on grade "Hires
fir(/a
""'fS^YtOTIKEOE^
GORWIN
AoTbR'to:foh^KB.
CYLINDERS REBORED
Fords $14
Other jobs in proportion
Corwin Motor Co.
Bismarck, N. D.
"Bxibc"
CT0fty
SERVICE
CoRWin MOTOR Co
Transfer & storage
We have unequaled facilities for
moving, storing and shipping
household goods. Careful, experi.
enced men alao retail Ice and
wood.
Wachtor Transfer Comp.
Phone 62 No. 202 Fifth 8t.
Henry Burman
"The Shoe Hospital Man"
Is still at the same old stand
with his electric shoe REPAIR
ontfit. Plenty of competent
help and can do YOUR work
while you wait.
Broadway
Between 4th and 5th Streets
Telephone Number
533
Office Hours
9 to 12 and
1 lo 5
P. M.
BUSINESS SERVICE CO.
Employment, Rental and Collection
Agency
BISMARCK, N. D.
F. C. Prideaux, Webb BIk.
Manager Phone 340
TAXI
PROMPT SERVICE
Phone 347
Ji S. DICKSON
FLORA B. HARMON
Instructor of Music
Studio Room 4 Lucas Blk.
DACOTAH MAGAZINE SUB­
SCRIPTION AGENCY
Now is the time to send me your
subscriptions and renewals. Maga­
zines are low now compared with
what they will be. Club rates guar
anted.
My Specialty is the Woman's
Home Companion and American,
one year for $2.00. This is the best
offer in magazines.
MRS. L. H. PATTEN
1019 7th St.
Phone 300L Bismarck, N. D.
ALHAMBRA HOTEL
R. N. Cooper, Prop.
HAZED, N. 0.
Electric Lights
Furnace Heated Rooms. European
Plan, $1.00
LITTLE'S SECOND-HAND STORE
Will buy,
Bell
DRY CLEANING AN9
DYE WORKS
PHONE 394
IN Front Street
We Call for and Delfrer
TAXI
PHONE 105
Freight and Baggage
DRAYING
Clooten's Livery
Bismarck Realty Company
Bismarck Bank Building
CITY LOTS RENTS FARM LANDS
No. 1
No. 2
No.
No.
No.
and exchange or rent
anything. Successor to Nolan's
Phone 794 or 132X.
C. W. HENZLER
TIRE VULCANIZING
Phone 72ft. 112 Rosser St.
Barbie's
THE MARKETS
WHEAT GOES TO lOPM
Price of Grain Closes Firm, De­
cember at $1,58 3-8 and
May at $1.57 3-4
Chicago, Oct. 3.—The highest prices
yet this season were scored in the
wheat market today as a result of
increasing drought damage in Argen­
tine. The close was firm, 2c and 2Vsc
to 2%c net higher, with December
at $1.58% and May at $1.57% to %.
Corn showed a much advance at one
half cent to %c at %c, and oats %c
to %c at %c. Provisions finished at
a range varying from 35c decline to
a rise of 21/&c.
Although hithertofore the Argentine
drought area was said to be confined
to the Provinces in the north, the
central part fif the country was to­
day reported to be also seriously suf­
fering from lack of rain.
Late firmness in the wheat market
here was aided more or less by an
estimate from a leading expert that
the total domestic crop was 8,000,000
bushels short of what had been point­
ed to in the government crop report
a month ago. The trade virtually
ignored, which if taken at face value
would show an increase of 1,175,000
bushels in the world's available sup­
ply.
Corn ascended with wheat.
GRAIN MARKETS
MINNEAPOLIS.
HIGH LOW
No. 1 Hard 175% 177%
No. 1 Northern
Choice
Regular to arr ....
Choice to arr
No. 2 Northern ...
No. Wheat
No. 2 Mont. Hard
No. 1 Durum
Choice
Choice to arr
Choice to arr
No. 2 Durum
No. 3 Yellow Corn
Close—1:45 p. m.
171% 172%
174%
160% 171%
173y4'
166% 171%
158% 167%
158% 162%
177%
183%
177%
179%
173% 177%
!S3M' SI'/,
No. 3 Yellow Corn to an 82
Other Grades Corn ... 70 83
No. 4 Yellow Corn 80
No. 2 Mont. White Oats. 47% 4S%
No. 3 White Oats 41M:
No. 3 White Oats to arr 44%'
No. 4 White Oats 43 44
98
98 104
Rye 120 121
Rye to arr 120 121
Flax 244 248
230 247
168%
DULUTH.
December 168%
May 165%
No. 1 Hard on trk 177% 178%
Northern on trie... 175% 176%
Northern on trk... 168% 177%
3 Northern on trk... 158% 167%!
1 Northern to arr... 174%
2 Mont. Hard on trk.
and to arr 159% 162%'
No. 1 Spot Durum 174% 178%
No. 2 Spot Durum 174% 176%
No. 1 Durum to arr 176%
November 174%
December 173%
May 168%.
Oats on trk. and to arr.. 45%
Rye on trk. and to arr.. 121
Barley on trk 60
Flax on trk. and to arr.. 247
October 245
November 246
December 45
May 24!)
Close—1:50 p. m.
I
105
Witt RME
H10 TBIPtt DEATtt
Lancaster. O., Oct. 3.—James A.
Tobin, prosecuting attorney, announc­
ed tonight that a rigid investigation
of the mysterious deah of Misses Ag
ness and Alice Smetters and Miss
May Stretton, who were found dead,
seated in chairs in the parlor of the
"Old Smetters Mansion," here last
night, would be made upon the theory
that the women were victims of a tri­
ple murder. Twenty-four hours after
the tragedy, the police and coroner's
inquest has failed to disclose any sub­
stantial evidence of how the three
women met their death.
"Without any supporting proof of
the fact,
am inclined to believe that
death was due to asphyxiation, but
there is sufficient doubt to warrant
the deepest investigation, and that 1
promise to make," Mr. Tobin said
tonight.
HOUSES FOE RENT
FOR RENT—Four rooms partially
modern house. Call at 406 Third
street or see J. K. Doran. (10-4-tf.)
BOARDERS WANTED
WANTED—Boarders at 200 4th St
Phone 223-X. (10-4-3t)
WORK WANTED
WANTED—Colored women wants few
more places to work by day. Phone
732-L. (10-4-3 tl
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
MR. MERCHANAT—Let us help you
with money to pay your bills. Write
us giving amount of stock carried,
how much you need. P. Hoffman,
Phoenix Building, Minneapolis, Minn.
(916-23)
B^VEN
Stock Market Shows Greatest
Activity in Final Hour of
Session
New York, Oct. 3.—In keeping with
the record of the last four weeks, to­
day's market operations again at­
tained a total well beyond the fami­
liar million share mark, albeit a very
large proportion of the whole was
contributed in the final hour, the list
then being most active and broad.
The course of prices was frequently
attended by irregularity and indecis­
ion, indicating the rather two sided
character of the trading.
Much of the market's stability was
derived from the increased demands
for rails. The Canadian Group Gran­
gers, Cotton carriers, and eastern
lines were one to almost five points
higher at Iheir best, coalers losing
some of the prominence.
Munitions and equipments were
again largely represented by Crucible
Steel, New York Airbrake, American
and Baldwin Locomotive, General
Electric, and Industrial Alcohol, and
the paper shares were conspicuous
with gains of two to four points in
International Paper common and pre­
ferred, and American Writing Paper
preferred.
0-
CATTLE MARKETS
-O
ST. PAUL.
HOGS—Receipts, 67,000 25 to 30c
lower. Range, $8.75 to $9.30 bulk,
$9.15 to $9.20.
CATTLE—Receipts, 4,000. Killers,
steady to weak. Sters, $4.25 to $9.85
cows and heifers, $4.50 to $7.00
calves, steady, at $4.00 to $11.25
stockers and feeders, steady, at $3.25
to $7.50.
SHEEP—Receipts, 500. Steady.
Lambs, $5.50 to $9.00 wethers, $5.00
to $7.25 ewes, $3.00 to $6.50.
CTTTCAGO.
HOG?—Receipts, 22,000. Weak, at
40e under yesterday's average. Bulk,
$8.75 to $9.35 light. $8.70 to $9.55
mixed, $8.tio to S9.60 heavy, $8.50 to
$9.45 rough, $8.50 to $8.70 pigs, $G,00
to $8.75.
CATTLE—Receipts. 8.000. Steady.
Native beef steers. $0.40 to $11.25
western steers, $11.15 to $9.40 stock­
ers and feeders, $4.60 to $7.65 cows
and heifers, $3.40 to $9.30 calves,
$8.00 to $12.50.
SHE HP—Receipts, 22,000. Strong.
Ewes. $3.60 to $7.60 lambs, $6.75 to
$.10.15.
LOTS FOR SALE
FOR SALE—Lot. close in cheap
phone 623-K, after 6 o'clock. L. O.
Hartley. (10-4-12t)
J. H. HOLIHAN,
Lucas Block, Phone 745
HOUSE FOR SALE:
House of eight room, modern, 4th
street, worth $5,000 for quick sale,
$3,800.
Lot on Ave. A 75x150, south front,
price, $325. Terms.
Eighty acres of land near Bis­
marck, about $1,000 of improve­
ments. Price $27 per acre. $600
cash.
J. H. HOLIHAN
Lucas Block Phone, 745
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 $45 per month, In­
cluding heat, hot and cold water,
vacuum service, use of laundry in
the basement and a special store
room. Apply F. W. Murphy, 204
Main St. Telephone 427. 8-24-tf
MISCELLANEOUS
The North Dakota State Penitentiary
will buy heavy hogs, weighing over
300 pounds, either live or dressed.
(10-4-6t)
FOR SALE—A soft coal heater, near­
ly new. Inquire 410 14th St.
(l°-4-3t)__
WANTED—Large roll-top desk if
cheap enough. Phone 697. (10-3-2t)
FOR SALE—Two Beds and Sanitary
Couch. Phone 343. (10-3-3t)
FOR SALE—Twin cylinder, three
speed Excelsior motorcycle, with
side car. This machine has only
been run three months and will !-ell
at a big sacrifice if taken at once.
Address or call John N. Goodman,
212 Fourth St. Phone 490. 10-3-tf
WANTED—Good place to board and
room, by man and wife private
family preferred. No. 890, care
Tribune. 10-l-3t
FO S A lit—Victrola and records
cheap. Call 'phone 144X. lf-l-3t
FOR SALE—Second-hand Hupmobile
roadster. Will teach to operate.
Write 885. Tribune. 9-28-10t
FOR SALE—19f5 Ford touring car
electric light, starter and speedom­
eter good condition. Write 886,
Tribune. 9-28-1
Ot
WANTED—Homes for pointer pups.
Phone 404L, or address, C. Ef. T..
care Tribune Office. 9-21-tf
FOR SALE—Cheap quantity of new
lumber 2 by li) 1-2 and 4 by 6's.
Apply Lahr Motor Sales Co. 9-15-t$

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