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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1916.
LET A CLASSIFIED No Advertij*mentsAccept$d "T. F/' KELP WANTED VHIAXJI WANTED—Women fun .time, lib spare time, 25c an hour selling guaranteed Wear-Proof hosiery to 'wearer. Experience unnecessary. Gnormoua Christmas business. Wear Proof Mills, Norristown, Pa. 10-22-lt WANTED—Young girl to help with housework on my farm, south of town. Apply Gussner's Store. 10-22-3t vANTED—At once, girl for general housework. MrsJ J. P. Sell, 809 Fifth St. 10-22-6t WANTED—At once, ten ladies to travel, demonstrate and sell well established line to our dealers. Pre vious experience not necessary. WANTED—Girl for general house Mrs. F. E. Shepard, 514 Man din Ave. 10-18-6t at Grand WANTED—Chambermaid, Pacific Hotel. 10-13-tf WANTED—Competent girl for house work $25.00 per mont. Address, P. O. Box 568. HARVEY HARRI8 4 CO. J. P. Jackson, Manager. FOR SALE—5-room entirely modern bungalow, on 50-foot corner lot walk on two sides can be bought for $2900. FOR SALE—A room modern house, on east front lot fine trees nice neighborhood. A real bargain. Price, $3600. HARVEY HARRIS 4 CO. WORK WANTED WANTED—Young lady will help with children or housework evenings in exchange for room and board. Ad dress No. 7. Tribune. 10-22-3t WANTEO—Work by the day or" hoarT Call phone 634L. IPC2-31 WANTED—A colored lady wants steady work by the day would take home bundle washing, and do catering a specialty. Phone 732L. 10-19-6t WANTED—Job on farm for the win ter by married man state wages in first letter. I. G. Mattisen, Max, Classified Ads—Cub to Adsince. No Ads Accepted after §U O'dfcck IVi!.? MO W TO ANtWKR MJN» AN. APVKKTIOj MTftAV ANIMALS HELP WANTED MAIM WANTED—An all-around man for yard work, by the month. Apply Pinch Lumber Co. 10-22-6t WANTED—Carpenters. II 'lis signed! wttk avmtMn or lay person taking up an astray aafr mal most advertise the same within tin dayi la Mm* newspaper. Th*j must alio within tea days aeai notice of advertisement to tkia eoonty aadi tor and aaotber toy registered mall to the commissioner of agrleultwe at «Rk «ndMM or care Tribune must bo a* by letter addreesedto the aeabor given la the ad. Trlbnao *®r floyea aro not permitted to tall who aiy advertiser Is. Mall or send yonr Mower to Trlbnao No. —, aad TTO wffi forward it to the advertiser. Apply Tom Amnndson at the new Shepard resi dence on Ave. B. 10-21-tf WANTED—Good*barber at once good wage Call or write B. R. Jahnke, _Regan, N. D. 10-20-6t WANTED—Fy large Minneapolis manufacturer, man to travel with North Dakota salesman. Detail work under direction of local sales man. Salary and expenses. Call at Grand Pacific Hotel, Bismarck, Sun day, Oct. 22, after 10 o'clock a. m. Askr tor Mr. C. Carlson. 10-19-4t Good pay. Railroad fare paid. .Ytvs v«ufXKflfcodrich Drug Co., Dept. 481, Oma ha, Neb. WANTED—Waitress, at Atlantic Cafe 10-22-6t TEOn«A girl for geperal house rkiji^Sriiall family 'no children. [fs. :,ff.*rA. Stickley, 223 Second .fit. Phonffi:34«^ 10-21-61 WANTED—By'Nov. competent cook and dining room hospital. girl. Bismarck 10-21-6t WANTED—Two dishwashers at Ho man's Cafe. Good wages. 10-18-fit WANTED—Girl for general house work two in family. Phone 477K. =?r-- ~r~- 10-20-3t ^^^Tf D-—Competent, girl for gener .^rVal hoipework wages 925.00 per fliontti."' Mr Geo. P. Will, 323 3rd .!:St. 10-20-61 N. D. 10-18-6t LOST AND FOUND LOST—A white setter puppy black ears one black eye. Call Monroe's Cafe. 10-22-2t LOST—White and Maltese kittenT Return to Mrs. F. B. Strauss, First street and receive reward. 10-22-lt FOUND—Automobile crank near Finch Lbr. Co. Owner can have same by calling at this office and paying for this ad. 10-21-3t DRESSHAXIKO WANTED—Dressmaking work guar anteed. Prices reasonable. Phone 383R. 10-22-12t WANTED—Sewing" 5y experienced dressmaker. 216 9th SL, or 'phone 377L. 10-2-lmo DRESSMAKING at htfme or by the day. 208 Thayer St. Phone 389-K. (10-2-lm) Bismarck. yon fall to do thlii yon are llkoly to got Into trouble. F. E. YOUNG FOR SALE—The Terry White bouse, 520 Elfth street, 7 rooms, hoi water heat, oak finish downstairs, maple floors, full basement, $4,000.00 $1, 200.00 cash, balance easy terms. acres on crop pay ments In various parts of the coun ty, also dozens of other pieces on very reasonable cash terms. FOR SALE—Lots In Riverview Addi tion at the lowest prices for well located lots In any part of the city. Buyers fully protected in every way. Prices $300.00 to $600.00 foi 50-foot loti. 4 F. E. YOUNG MOUSES rOR RENT FOR RENT—7-room house, partly modern water and sewer close in. Phone So SR. 10-22-61 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Furniture 816 Thayer St. 10-22-12t FOR SALE—Restaurant sales, $100 daily $1,C$0 Cf«h .agold mine. J. H. Bolihan, Lucas Block. FOR SALE—Cheap—A good second hand piano received on an exchange for a player* D! Ernest Hall. 10-21-31 FOR SALE—*TOung strain pure-bred 9., C. Wtytf Leghorn cockerels, $1.50 each'. Mrs. Albert Kupkufske, Bismarck, N. D. Phone 426F32. 10-22-3t WANTED—A good home for a girl, 5 years old.PPhone 43 or 88X. 10-21-5t WANTED—Storm windows and~doors to put on, sewing machines to re pair, and inside finishing work to do. Phone 527Z. Call for Ed. 10-21-6t REWARD—For information leading to arrest or conviction of person who took one dozen lanterns, used to guard storm sewer on Broadway. Parties were seen going east at 7:00 p. m. Saturday in automobile. E. L. Gedney Co. 10-20-3t WANTED"TO~RENT—At once, farm with stock and machinery for a term of years by a young couple with small family. Have several years' experience in all kinds of farm work. First-class references. State full particulars in first letter. Write Tribune No. 5. 10-19-41 FOR SALE—1916 Model, twin cylin der, three-speed Eftcetaior motorcy cle, in good condition. Will sell reasonable. Write Fox 63, Sterling, N. D. 10-21-8t WANTEO—To rent, farm, fully equip ped, by young man. One-half crop to be compensation. Write No. 6, care Tribune. 10-21-lmo FOR"SALE—Housebold'furniture and piano. Phone 269 before Wednes day. 10-20-31 FOR SALE—Large Wilton rug, elec tric range, child's highchair, baby carriage. Call 801 4th St. Phone 219. 10-20-31 FOR SALE—1916 model 83 Overland run 500 miles: will take Ford car as part payment.' Box 364, Bismarck. 10-20-3it FOR SALE—Householdfurniture and rooming house for rent. 313 4th St. 10-19-6t FOR SALE—Furniture now being used in a 14-room rooming house. Also milch cow. 307 Front St. 10-18-6t WANTED—Lot in exchange for Ford touring car, Gray & Davis electric starter and lights A No 1 condl dition. Box 257, Bismarck, X. D. 10-22-3t TRACTOR SCHOOL—Increasing de mand for tractor operators has in duced us to again conduct the Twin City Tractor School at our factory in Minneapolis. This school offers an opportunity for inexpensive tractor instruction of the most prac tical nature. Students see the parts made and assembled in our big fac tory employing 2,500 men, one of the world's largest tractor shops. Terms are five weeks in length. The first term opens Nov. 13. Other terms start Jan. 2, Feb. 6, March 6. A small tuition fee is charged to in sure active interest. Only limited number of competent men admitted. Write today for catalog and appli cation card. Minneapolis Steel & Machinery Co.. 29th St. A Minne haha Ave., Minneapolis, Minn. 10-22-lt TO TRAOE—Half acre lot near Los Angeles, Cal., for Bismarck proper ty. Write J. Houver, Sterling, N. D. 10-12-lmo FOR SALE—Cheap quantity of new lumber 2 by 10 1-2 and 4 by 6's. Apply Labr Motor' Sales Co. 9-15-tf TAXI TT Phone 27 SMITH Capital Coffee House Coffee and Soups a Specialty 302% Mun Street Phone 487 E. B. FERGUSON, prop. Radiator pairing Licensed Embalmer In Charg* Day Phone 60 Night Phone S87 WEBB BROTHERS The Electric Shop B. K. SKEELS Everything Electrical .. Wiring Fixtures and Supplies Delco Farm Light Plants Phone 370 408 Broadway PIANO TUNINO A-tKornua Work guarantee! RttltfMM 1002, iff. Autos Washed by an expert Bring then in. LAMBERTS LIVERY Phone 07. Shoes Repaired Best Equipped Shop in the Noirthweit L. E Larson 410 Main Otreet COLEMAN'S New and Second Hand Slore PHONE 358 BISMARCK DAILY-TRIBUNE j^V. NETALWORK !J0HN B0RTE1L Boy Your Picture* From The CAPITAL ART CO. 4M Broadway Wo Guarantee Good Work and Prompt Delivery of Medallion* and Enlarged Portrait*. An unusually Largo Selection of Mouldings f*r Framing. TAXI Phone [BERT S. LAMB! Ewbalwlsf Than 14, THE ADVERTISERS below will use mfore than 14.000 inches in The Tribune in 1916 it's all coaceef-Vinstant at hand" information. Refer to this directory constantly. It appears every day. Office Rooms 1 and 2 Hughes Building Opposite Grand Pacific hotel At LOOMS Hdw. Store I E CORWIN MOTOR CO Steam Heated Oarage We can handle a limited number of cars for storage this winter. Our fireproof garage is now heated with city steam, end nothing will freeze. Corwio Motor Co. CYLINDERS REBORED Fords $14 Other jobs in proportion Corwin Motor Co. Bismarck, N. D. a^SIU 1v"'"7^/ "£xi'0c" A( T0Ry st K\ |CE W in fAOTOR Transfer & storage We have unequnled facilities for moving, storing and shipping household good*. Careful, expert, •need men alio retail lc* and Waehter Transfer Compa Phone S2 No. 802 Fifth St. Henry Burman "The Shoe Hospital Man" Is still at the same old stand with his electrio ghoe REPAIR outfit Plenty of competent help and can do TOUR work while you wait Broadway Between 4th end 5th Streets CITY LOTS w_ nnafllon H. J. WAGNER Optical Specialist Eye* Teited end GIiimi Fitted, also GIihci Chanted anil Renewed BISMARCK. N. D. FREDERICK W. KEITH ARCHITECT Webb BUck Phone 449 PRACTICAL UP.T0-0ATE WARM AIR RIRNACE HEATIN6 AND SHEET Telephone Number 533 Office Hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 P. M. Phone 340 215 Main Street BUSINESS SERVICE COMPANY Collection Agency and Accounting Bonded Bismarck, N. D. BANNER HOUSE Sam Nicola, Prop. Room and Board by Day $1.25 By the Week .$7.00 104 MAIN ST. BISMARCK AGENTS WANTED Por the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player Pianoc. O. W. COCHRANE, Wholesale and Retail Distributer. Peck's Old Music Store Grand Paciilo Building COMPLETE LINK ON DISPLAY TERMS TO SUIT ALHAMBRA HOTEL Howard Herron, Prop. HAZE*, N. 0. Meal Tickets $7.00 American, $2.25 European, $1.00 Furnace Heated Rooms. Elcctric Light A 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. C. W. HENZLER TIRE VULCAlhziNO Phone 72ft. IIS Rosier St. Barbie's DRY CLEANING AIB DTI WORK! PHONE 394 Mftntltml We Cell for and Delta* TAXI PHONE 109 Freightand Baggage DRAYINO Clooten's Livery Undertaking Pariors A. W. Luoaa Company Day Phone 40S Night PhoM 717 A. W. CRAIG Licensed Embalmer In WHEAT Close 12:43 p. m. Charge DRAYINO Freight and Raggage Carefully and Promptly Delivered J. A. GRINSTEINNER Condor Soars High. It is believed to be no rare occur rence for a condor to soar to a height of four miles. Bismarck Realty Company Rismarck Sank Euilding RENTS FARM LANDS THE MARKETS MB Net Gain of 1 to 1 3-4 Cents Net Metal Prominent in Active Trad- Registered in Yesterday's Trading Chicago, Oct. 21.—Although at times unsettled today, wheat prices finished strong at the highest closing1 figures this season. A sharp advance! in quotations at Buenos Aires caused anxiety among shorts here, and it was evident that foreigners were picking up wheat on all setbacks. Gains, amounted to 1 to 1 3-4c net, with De cember closing at $1.70 1-2 to $1.70 7-8. Corn showed a rise of 3-8 to 2 3-Sc, and oats, 3-8 to l-2c. The outcome for provisions was unchang ed to 50c higher. Attention of wheat traders focused chiefly on developments regarding the drought in Argentina, first re ports that no rain of any consequence bad fallen were succeeded by rumors that crops in the central and southern portions of Argentina had received beneficial moisture. Corn, like wheat, had the highest close yet this season. 1 GRAIN MARKETS MINNEAPOLIS No. 1 Hard 184%@187% No. 1 Northern 181%.@183% Choice 185% Regular to arr 180%@183% Choice arrive 185% No. 2 Northern 175% @182% No. 3 Wheat... 165%@179% No. 2 Mont. Hard 169%@173% No. 1 Durum 189% Choice 193% Regular to arr 187% Choice arrive 191%' No. 2 Durum 183%@18S% No. 3 Yellow Corn 91 @92 No. 3 Yellow Corn arr .. 85%: Other Grades 90 @91 No. 4 Yellow Corn arr .. 84% No. 2 Mont. White .... 50%@ 51% No. 3 White Oats .... 48%'@ 48% No. 3 White Oats to arr 48% No. 4 White Oats 46%@ 47% Barley 65 @99 Choice 99 @107 Rye 127 @128 Rye to arr... 127 @128 Flax 263%@167% Flax to arr 263%@267% December 180% May 178%. July 171%: Close 12:30 p..m. DULUTH 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 trk No. 2 Mont. Hard to arr No. 1 Spot Durum No. 2 Spot Durum November December May Oats on trk and to arr. Rye on trk and to arr .. Barley on trk Flax on trk and to arr.. Choice Flax on trk October November December May 180% 178% 183% 180%@182% 178% @178% 160%@173% 181%' 168%@170% 168%® 170% 18iy4@'186V4 176%@181% 184% 183% 178V4 47% 126 68 @110 269 269 2671/2 267% 268% 268 FOR SALE—Two farms, adjoining, 320 acres 200 acres good farm land the balance is extra good hay land and pasture. Creek of good water runs through both farms. Lo cated ten miles northeast of Wil ton. This place is adapted for stock and farming. Will sell for $1,600 half cash, balance 3 to years' time. I find it impossible to look after this property, as I am In the hotel business. Address, John E. Law, Grand Pacific Hotel, Bis marck, N. D. 10-22-lt-2tw ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Suite of rooms, all mod ern: 518 Sixth St. 10-22-6t FOR RENT—'Front (upstairs) rooms, in fully modern house close in. Phone 544Z, or call at 311 Second St. 10-22-6t F'OR RENT—Furnished room, modern 312 8th SL Phone 432L. 10-18-6t FOR RENT—Four room modern apart ments, strictly up-to-date. Rose Apartments. F. W. Murphy, 215 3rd Street. (10-5-tf.) FR rffe'NT—Furnished room, mod ern gentlemen preferred. Suit able for two. Inquire 516 Seventh St. 10-22-3t FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—15-acre fruit farm in Colorado. Nine acres in apples 1-2 miles from good town. Owner lives here and can not take care of it. FOR SALE—320-acre farm, close in, with buildings. Fine for stock and dairy farm. Long time on part. FOR RENT OR SALE—Well improv ed farm, close to Bismarck. FOR SALE—Five-room house, with bath furnace heat on 7th street. Price, $2100 $900 cash and terms on balance. FOR SALE—Strictly modern six room house, in very good repair, on Avenue A. Price. $2-~00 $1500 cash and termsf on lial»nce. FARM A CITY LOANS INSURANCE D. T. OWENS & CO. FIFTEEN |U. S. STEEL STILL STUB U«raURE ing General Motors Has Rig Bulge New York, Oct. 21—Enormous trad ing in United States Steel again was the foremost feature of the week-end session, that stock, on its further est advance of a point to 120%', com ing within one.fourth of a point of its record, achieved the latter part of September. Dealings in steel amount ed to about 250,000 shares out of a total of 775,000 shares. Other striking features were the new records made by General Motors, which rose 36 points to 825, and the new maximums scored by sugar shares, and Cuban-American 8%' to 226%, with a 12 point advance for South Porto Rico to 220, that quota tion, however, being far below its high level. Central Leather also broke into new ground advancing seven points to 89, and Utah Copper on its gain of 3%: duplicated its record with sub stantial improvement in other metals. The leather issues were materially higher also a few of tbe equipments and semi-war descriptions. The bank statement was the most encouraging presented of recent weeks, actual loans decreasing by al most $42,000,000 with a cash gain of about $29,000,000, and an increase in reserves of over $30,000,000 bringing the excess reserves up to about $100, 000,000. Week-end market news was altogether favorable. CATTLE MARKETS ST. PAUL. HOGS—Receipts 1,500 10c higher range $9.50 to $9.70 bulk $9.50 to $9.55 CATTLE—Receipts 2,200 killers, steady steers $4.50 to $10 cows and heifers $4.50 to $7.20 calves, steady. $3.75 to $10.50: stockers and feeders, slow to steady, $3.50 to $7.25. SHEEP—Receipts *,, 4,100 steady lambs $5.50 to $S.5ft^iwethers $5 to $7.25 ewes $3 to $6.50. CHICAGO. HOGS—Receipts 14,000: strong 15c above yesterday's average bulk $9.95 to $10.35 light $9.6G to $10.45 mixed $9.70 to $10.50 heavy $9.70 to $10.45 rough 59.70 to $9.85 pig $7.25 to $rf.50. CATTLE—Receipts 1,(100 steady native beef steers $6.50 to $11.40 western steers $6.25 to $!.50 stock ers and feeders $4.75 to $7.75 cows and heifers $3.40 to $9,ku calves $7.25 to $11.85. SHEEP—Receipts 3,000 steady ewes $3.75 to $7.40 lambs $8.25 to $10.55. SALESMEN WANTED WANTED—Salesmen high class line bank supplies, calendars, leather, cloth and wood goods, signs, etc. Liberal contract permanent posi tions. Bankers Supply Co., Iowa City, Iowa. 10-22-lt WANTEO^Salesman capable spe cialty man for North Dakota staple line, on new and exceptional terms. Vacancy Oct. 1. Attractive com mission contract $35 weekly for expenses. Miles F. Bixler Co., 204-43 Carlin Bldg., Cleveland, O. 10-22-lt WANTED—Experienced salesmen in the advertising business. Best and most complete line of advertising signs, calendars and novelties ou the market. Can begin immediate ly or will close territory for 1917. Experience and references requir ed. Liberal commissions. Splendid money for hustlers. Write for par ticulars today. The Scioto Sign Company, Kenyon, Ohio. 10^22-11 WANTED—Live honest hustlers" to sell famous Wedge Nursery stock finesh for northern planting work all or part of your time our agents frequently make $100 month ly and more pay checks issued weekly free agents outfit consists of full instructions and colored plates of fruits, shrubs, etc infor mation free. Clarence Wedge Nur sery, Box K, Albert Lea, Minn. 9-17-SDS POSITIONS WANTED POSITION WANTED—By experienc ed lady stenographer. Address Box 261, New Salem, N. D. 10-18-6t WANTED—Position, by experienced Stenographer. Write No. 2, care Tribune. 10-17-6t J. H. HOLIHAN, Lucas Block, Phone 74S FOR 8ALE—160 acres of good land. 3 miles east of Bismarck $24 per acre easy terms. "FOR SALE^House of eight rooms on Avenue A. If sold at once, $1800. FOR SALE—House of eight rooms and bath, on Avenue $3300. FORTALE—LoC~50x150~feet, on Av enue A: $450. J. H. HOLIHAN Lucas Block Phone, 745 LANDS WANTED—To hear from owner ot good farm for sale. State cash price and description. D. F. Bosh, Minneapolis, Minn. 10-21-lt WANTED—To hear from owner of farm or fruit rauch for sale. O. O. Mattson, Minneapolis, Minn.