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TUESDAY NOV. 211916
No Advertisements Accepted "T. P." 'Till Forbidden Classified Ads^Cash in Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. HOW TO AMWM UN» AM. |JI mis atgMtt wltk nantem or M0M]* care Tribmae most be am •vmi bf letter addreaiied to the fember given la the ad. Tribune tm ||qh ar« not permitted to tell who aap advertlaer li. Mall or send your aiajrar to Trlbtme No. ——, and rre wffli forward It to the advertiser. C. W. Litten,. Bismarck— ll-18-3t WANTED—Runge and company wants two waiters. Apply in person im mediately. ll-18-3t WANTED—Experienced man to fill important commercial position with an old established house. Must be of unquestionable ability and integri ty and if able to speak German, so much the better. All communica tions absolutely confidential. Posi tion should be filled not later than January first. With fulll details as to experience and references if not vrcll known in Bismarck. Address No. 30 care Tribune. l}-18-2t WANTED—First class shoe maker. Apply Shoe Hospital. 1-wk. TOP WAHTKD rHAU WANTED .Housekeeper middle aged lady, on a farm. Phone 413F21, or write lAlbert Dorkhart, Bismarck, N*. D. ll-21-2t WANTED—Competent lady cook, at Banner Hotel. ll-l9-3t WANTED^Office assistant, at once. Apply at 6:00 p. m. C. C. Hibbs, Lucas Block. ll-20-3t WANTED—Dishwasher at Runge and Company^ bakery. ll-20-3t WANTED—A girl~for general house work. Phone 93. 11-18-61 WANTED—Girl for general housed work highest wages. Mrs. P. O. Remington, 610 7th St. 11-16-6t WANTED—A g'rl, for general house work small family. Mrs. J. H. _Healow,_423 Tenth St. 1-16-6t WANTED—Girl for general house work family of three. Mrs. Geo. gouw FOE RIHT FOR RENT—froor-room bouse 318 14th St. Inquire Frank Krall Tailor Shop. ll-ll-6t FOR RENT—Thoroughly modern house, attractively furnished close in._ Phone 761. ll-21-3t FOR RENT—Six-room modern house7 attractively furnished hot water heat close in. For particulars call 761. ll-21-3t HARVEY HARRIS 4 CO. J. P. Jackson, Mgr. FOR SALE—Modern °7-foom house, east front lot, with fine trees, very desirable location, not far from eith. er grade school. Can be bought for $3,600. FOR SALE—Modern 6-room bungalow, hot water heat, good neighborhood. Price $3,000. HARVEY HARRIS 4 CO. F0SHI0N8 WANTED WANTED—Position as housekeeper place to work for board and room or do sewing. Write No. 32 Tribune. 11-21-St JU-* AOVKRTItl ESTRAY ANIMAL lay perton takinFup an eetray aai mal matt advertise the eaap irtthta ten days In some newspaper, fhej most also within ten days send aotlee of advertisement to the county audi' tor and another by registered maii to the Mnunlssloner of agriculture at Bismarck, li yon fall to do thlfr yea are likely to get into trouble. P. E. YOUNG. FOR SALE—The biggest bargain. in a good sized house in the city 8 rooms, 'bath, hot water heat full basement 75 foot lot nice trees and lawn good barn close in. This could not be replaced for less than $8,000.00 only $5,750.00 on very reasonable terms. FOR SALE—Brand new house east front furnace, bath and 5 rooms $2660.00 $650.00 cash, balance month payments. FOR SALE—Lots on 13th and 14th streets $3,00.00 to $350.00 for 50 feet. This is .10 to 25 "per cent low e? than adjoining lots can be sold "for. FOR SALE—Riverview addition lots offer the best chances for invest ment for homes of any in the city. Buyers are protected in every way and values are only one half to two thirds those asked for poorer lots flirt&er from down town. Prices $300.00 to f600.00 on very easy pay ments. F. E. YOUNG. Suite 15 First National Bank Building Phones 78 and 711. «,• KELP WANTKD HALS WANTED—Man and wife cook must be experienced paltry cook good in ducements to right party.. Call West ern Unipn Telegraph office during af ternoon' to 9, p. m: and 10 a. m. No vember 2l WAN TED—Boy for delivery and por ter work. Hoskins. ll-21-3t WANTED—Cigariuakers also cigar banders. 423 Third St W. F. Erlen meVer. WAN-TED Blacksmith borseshoer steady* job, bjg C^or^writft, J. H. HOLIHAN. Lucas Block. Rhone 746. FwR SALE—House of 7 rootns mod ern on car line $3,400v $800 cash. FOR SALE—House of 6 rooms mod ern $2,400, $400 cash. FOR SALE—New bunfealoW 5 rooms and bath east front $3,000, $1,100 .cash..— w?.:4: FOlf^SAHr^The last good corner close in 100x150 feet •a.SOO. J. H. HOLIHAN. Lucas Block. Phone 745.. D. T. OWENS 4 CO. FOR SALE—We own. andv offer for sale or trade 120 acres twit land In magnificent American settlement east of Havana, Cuba. FOR 8ALE—100-acre improved farm in northern Florida. FOR SALE—10-acre apple orchard if rigated In Colorado. FOR SALE—Four 80-acre tracts close to Bismarck. FOR SAL£—Large list of city lots and residences. Farm and City Loans. D. T. OWENS 4 CO. MXSOtLLAVXOUS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—High class 1916 Roadster in excellent con dition, for city or country real es tate. Write ©ox 226, Bismarck, N. D. ll-21-3t FOR SALE—Fumed oak dining room suite 611 Front St. Phone 179Y. 3 l-21-5t FOR iALE—FurMshkgs of a 12 room hotel, complete, and building for rent. Answer 31, care Tribune. 11-20-12t FOR SALE—Wicker baby carriage" in good condition. Phone 558X. 11-19-11 FOR RENT OR SALE—Confection ery and lunch room for rent or sale easy. Brand new. Choice location. Living rooms. Good business. Takes $150 cash. Box 776, Dunn Center, N. D. ll-19-5t FOR SALE—My complete stock of notions and other goods at 416 4th St. A good business and a good lo cation. For particulars call on E. L. Faunce. ll-18-2t FOR SALE—Cheap of to exchange 150 88-note Player Piano records. Wm. Wasley, 314 4th St. ll-18-4t WANTED—To buy a second hand Powers Soaring Machine must be in good order and the price right.— No. 28 care of Tribune. FOR SALE—One hay press, scrapers, dump wagon can be bought cheap. Call at 808 2nd St., or phone 282K. 11-16-3t FOR SALE—Good range, Improved Cascade hot water front, nearly new cheap. Call Tel. 254, or at Singer Co. ll-14-6t FOR SALE—One pool hall and con fectionery, one lot, two-story build ing, all complete. Will sell at a bargain. Will take car in part pay ment if taken at once in small, growing town. No. 27, Tribune. ll-lC-12t ^STRAYED—From our pasture, Thurs day night, five steers, weighing from 1100 to 130© pounds each. De scription: One black and white one brindle, one yellow, two red. Suitable reward for return. Brown 6 Jones. ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Two front rooms mod ern close in 311 Fourth iSt. ll-20-3t FOR RENT—Furnished modern rooms. Inquire 808 2nd_St. ll-18-3t FOR "RENT—iNicely furnished rooms, modern house. Phone 687. ll-18-3t FOR RENT—Two rooms and bath. Inquire of Charles Kupitz. ll-18-3t FOR RENT—Two rooms with board also 'board without room. 208 Thay er. Phone 389K. 11-10-lmo TO'RENT—Modern furnished rooms". 418 12th St^ Phone 478 ^M6-6t FOR RENT—Room in modern house. Close in._ 400_4th St. ll-15-7t FOR RENT—Strictly modern room Gentlemen preferred 38 Ave. A. 11-14-lmo FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, with bath. Phone 675, or cdll 206 Thay er. 10-29-lmo FOR RENT—Furnished rooms. 619 Sixth St. 10-24-lmo 159 KILLED IK 1 WORK WANTED WORK WANTED—Young lady with fair education wants work in the City. Write Tribune, No. 23. 11-10-lmo LOST AND FOUND LOST—One new Racine lire, lteturn to C. W. Hensler for reward. LOST—White and Maltese Angora kitten. Return to Mrs. B. Strauss for reward. 11-19-lt HOUSES FOX SALE FOR SALE—Story and a-half bunga low reasonable terms. Inquire Henry Gates. Phone 743X. ll-19-6t ACCIDENT (United Press.)s Laredo, Texas, Nov. 20.—One hun dred and fifty-nine persons were kill ed and many injured in a wreck on the Inter-Oceanic line to Vera Cruz, between deep sea and San M'iguel. The engineer ran too fast over a dan gerous track. S Chicago, Nov. 20.—Plans to bring S.OOO British war widows and orphans to Canada after the war were made public by David Lamb, commissioner of immigration of the Salvation army, today. He has a million dollars to fl nance the movement. Only women of good character and healthy will be brought to western Canada. OORESTIC TRAGEDY IN ABERDEEN PARK (Tribune Special Service). Aberdeen, S. D., Nov. 21.—There was a domestic tragedy in Aber deen toilay. While the elk at Wy lie park were eating breakfast. Old Man Elk and Mrs. Elk had a slight difference of opinion. There are no social rules govern ing the settlement of these little matters in elkdom, evidently, for Fa Elk drove his powerful horns into Ma Elk's side and she went over/alongside the fence and died. IN IINNEAPOIIS Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 20.While the city slept, the T«|-State Telephone company cut over its entire Minne apolis local telephone exchange to the automatic connection system. The "hello girls" of the manual system passed into history in the Tri-State office. St. Paul telephones had been cut over to the automatic system sev eral weeks ago. Northwestern 'phones in (both Cities retained the girlies. "Every girl we employ can stay with our company if they want to," Manager A. C. Brokshaw of tbe Tri- State company said today. "But most of them don't want to stay with us anyhow. They want to get married. Some, of them will. The average length of service of a telephone girl is only 13 months anyhow." NEW BANK AT WINDSOR. (Tribune Special Service). Jamestown, N. D., Nov. 21.—H. T. Graves, S. F. Corwin and A. B. De- "BINGO" Absolutely Removes Corns and Calluses Completely 25 Cents, All Drag Stores, In* eluding Cowan's Drug Store. See What RUM and a Woman 1 Can Do to a Big Man! "The Devil at His Elbow" OrpheumTheatre Matinee and Tonifht BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE Partner's Cafe 218 Fourth Street OPEN DAY AND NIGHT BANNER HOUSE Room and Board ]y Day $1.00 By the "Week $7.00 Boarding Stable for Horses in Connection 104 MAIN ST. BISMARCK Public* Stenographer Neat, Accurate Work MRS. G. B. SHORT, JR. McKenzie Hotel Hours 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Nault, all of the James River National bank, are the incorporators for 1he new Windsor State bank which is, cap italized at $15,000. The bank will open next spring. HtNUNSOl DDI IS Hankinson, N. D., Nov. 21,—Alfred, nine-year-old son of J. Terwilliger, was drowned in five feet of water in the Backbaus slough, two miles Houth of town. He ventured out on the thin ice which had formed on the surface, and broke through. His younger broth er was with him at the time and ran to the house for help. The father responded and waded into the water, but it was 45 minutes before the body was recovered and al though every effort was made to re vive him, it was too late. NOT ONE PENNY SPENT BY THIS JUSTICE FOR HIS OFFICE (Tribune Special Service). Grand Forks, X. Dv Nov. 21.—Xot a penny was spent by KatiiuLoi Jtopnirint Let Me Install an Electric Light Plant in Your Town I would like to hear from any parties located in a town or city of a population from 500 to 2000 people who want a first class Electric Light Plant installed. Drop me a line and I will call on you.' A. B. Gunu for re election for justice of the peace, ac cording to his report fil^d with the county auditor yesterday. BANK PRESIDENT ASKS MERCY FOR YOUNG FORGER Ellendale, N. D„ Xov. 21 .-rE. C. Day, 20, of Barron, Mo„ must spend a year and a half in Xorth Dakota, under parole, because he raised an $8 check to an $80 check, and passed it on the First National bank of this city. The check iiad been paid to Day by a local farmer as wages. Pleading guilty, on being returned to the state from Barron, Day was given a suspended sentence throus'n the plea of Thomas Marshal!, presi dent of the bank. BIG GERMAN MEETING COMES TO CLOSE St. Paul, Minn., Nov. 2i.—The Volksfest of the Aorthwest for the benefit of the Teutonic War sufferers, held under the auspices of the Ger man and Austro-Hungarian Red Cross society, closed tonight, after a suc cessful three days' session:. The St. Paul branch of the German Red Cross society has been requested to raise |200,0M). This is the first .ittempt to raise the money. Uited Cigars—Hoskins exclusive agent,in Bismarck. SPECIAL DINNER FOR JIMTOWN BOYS Jaemstown, X. D., Nov.- 20.—James town members of thlTN-orth Dakota militia units at Mercedes, Tex., are go- Than Address "25" Bismarck Tribune. Radiators rr REPAIRED AND REBUILT f'._ All work given a pressure test and delivered within Twenty- four Hours Bismarck Auto Radiator Works 109 Third Street Bismarck, N. D. ..E ADVERTISERS below will use more than 14,000 inches in The Tribiine in 1916 it's all concise, "instam at hand" information. Refer to the directory constantly. It appears every day. TAXI Phone Py-f S. LAMBERT Capital Coffee House Capital Coffee House Coffee and Soups a Specialty 302% Main Street Phone 497 £. B. FERGUSON, Prop. Coffee and Soups a Specialty 302% Main Street Phone 497 £. B. FERGUSON, Prop. Shoes Repaired Best Equipped Shop in the Northwest L. E. Larson Ml Main $trMt COLEMAN'S New and Second Hand Store PHONE 358 DRAYING Freight and Baggage Carefully and Promptly Phone S95 Delivered J. A. GRINSTEINNER PIANO AND VOCAL LESSONS Special Rates Given Phone 627X 313 Fourth St. MISSES CORNELL and BRADY CITY LOTS Ofliec Rooms 1 and 2 liuglies Building Opposite H. J. WAGNER (jptlCQl Grand Pacific I EyrsTestud anJ 1 iOlCl Giasf-e- Changed and Renewed BISMARCK. N. D. f'KIIM'.RN W Ki 11 ARCHITECT Webb Block Phone 449 Auto Radiator Repairing and Rebuilding GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP. Repairing lamps, fenders tanks and Windshields JOHN BORTELL, 316 Main Street Phone 756 AGENTS BOILD *T$£r 'CORWIN MotQRCD:^A«rK.N,p Steam Heated Oarage We can handle a limited number of cars for storage this winter. Our fireproof garage is now heated with city steam, and nothing will freeze. Corwin Motor Co. CYLINDERS REBORED Fords $14 Other jobs in proportion Corwin Motor Co. Bismarck, N. D. Transfer & storage We have unequalcd facilities for moving, storing and shipping household goods. Carsful, expert enccd men also retail lc« and wood. Wachter Transfer Comp. Phone 62 No. 202 Fifth St. Hanry Burman "The Shoe Hospital Man" Is itill at the i&me old stand with his electric ihoe REPAIR outfit. Plenty of competent help and can do TOUR work while yon wait. Broadway Between 4th and 5th Street* Undertaking-Embalming Licensed Embalmer In Charge Day Phone. 60 Night Phone 687 WEBB BROTHERS Bismarck Realty Company Bismarck Bank Building ing to have a home prepared Thanks giving dinner. With Mrs. Cray and Mrs. IIowar! Smith in charge of a committee, suffi cient funds were found after the din ner had been shipped, that it was pos sible to send a ?2 blanket to each of the Jamestown boys. RENTS FARM LANDS c. HBE VULCANIZING Phone 71f. IIS Eoaser If, SEVEN Telephone Number 533 Office Hours 1 3nd lto FitteJ. alao TAXI TAXI Phone Phone 97 97 L. E. SMrSf L. E. SMrSf ItauialQl jlrpiunng WANTED 2'or the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player Pianos, W. COCHRANE, Wholesale and Retail Distributor. Peck's Old Music Store Grand Pacific Building COMPLETE LINE ON DISPLAY TERMS TO SUIT LITTLE'S SECOND-HAND 8TORE Will buy, sell and exehango or rent anything. Successor to Nolan's. Pbone 794 or 132X. lore A. W. Lucas Company Cay Phcno 466 Night Phons 717 A. W. CRAIO Licensed Emba/mer in Charg* DRY CLEANING A3TS DY35 WORK* PHONE 394 M0 Frost Street We Call for and Deliver TAXI PHONE 105 Freight and Baggage DRAYING Clooten's Livery Buy Your Picture* From The CAPITAL ART CO. 4M Broadway We Guarantee Good Work and Prompt Delivery of Medallions and Enlarged Portraits. An unusually Large Selection of Mouldings for Framing. The Electric Shop B. K. SKEELS Everything Electrical Wiring Fixtures and Supplies Delco Farm Light Plants Phone 370 403 Broadway Old Hats Cleaned and Reblocked EAGLE SHINING PARLOR Broadway Opposite Fostoffice PIANO TUNING A. S. SOFTms Work G«ar&it«*4 f?«s!tiano« 1002, Av«.