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a# Ve, ,1 ,i5'. & »r 4 Jift v.* I'S •wa 22, 1916 No Advertisements Accepted"!. F." *TI11 Forbidden ClassifiedAds—Cash In Advance. NoAds Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. TO AIHWM UNS tie pfjipg litttk aufiban or tan Trlbaoe must be an by letter addreah^d to the Uvea In tha ad. Tribune «m- •leyee ar«* not peraltted to tall who «aj adrortlaer la. Hall or wd jonr newer to Tribune Ma and TTO 22J222fJL*ii£lf£!l2222L-—i VI' F. C. YOU NO. KELP WANTED MALI WANTED—Boy for delivery and por ter work. Hosklns.. ll-21-3t WANTEOrrCigar^makers also cigar banders. 423 Third St. W. F. Erlen meyer. WANTE0—First elaM ply 6hoe Htepital. WANTE&—Lady stenographer for one ,.rrt month £25.00 -vAddness 33 jcate Tritjme. 11-21-6'' Remington, 610 7th St. 11-16-6t WANTED—A girl, for .general faottift work: small family. MM. J. H. Healow, 423 Tenth Si "'I-16-tt HOUA«a FO IKIIT fOR RENY—Four-room house 31-8 14th St. Inqnire Frank KraD Tailor Shop. ll-ll-6t FOR RENT—Six-room modern house' attractively ..Ittrnlslied hot water heat close la.1 For particulars call 761. ll-21-3t HARVEY HARRIS A CO. «f. P. Jaokaon, Mgr. "FOR SALE—Modern 7-room house, east front lot, with fine trees, very desirable location, not far from eith er gifcde schbtil. Can be bought for $3 60fc FOR SALE—Modern 6-room bungalow, hot water heat, good neighborhood. Price $3,000. HARVEY HARRIS A CO. •yjti.- KOOMIYOLLLHT FOR RENT—Famished room. 212~2nd St. Phone 64B. FOR~RENT—Two froilt rooms mod ern close in 311 Fourth St. Phone 627W. .. ll-20-3t FOR RENT—Furnished rooms 300 Ninth St. Phone 683R. ll-22-6t FOR RENT—Furnished modern rooms. Inquire 808 2nd St. ll-18-3t FOR RENT—Two"rooms with board also board without room. 208 Thay er. Phone 389K. 11-10-lmo TO "R ENT—Modein. furnished rooms^ 418 12th St Phone 478 L. ll-16-6t FOR RENT—Room id modern house. Close in. 400Jth St ll-15-7t FOR RENT—Strictly modefn -room. Gentlemen preferred 38 Ave. A. 11-14-lmo FOR RENT—Furnished rooms, with bath, fhone '675, or call 206 Thay er. ..... ltoteaw FOR~RENTr4Hirnlshed rooms. 61ft Sixth St. ~c 10-24-lmo XjOCT AND rOUVB LOST—Gold locket, wtith initials, U. P. C., on back. Return to Tribune. ll-22-3t LOST—White and Maltese Angora kitten. Return to Mrs. F. B. Strauss for reward. 11-19-lt ADVKIITIM grrWAVANIWAUa. AayptvtOB ttUdMtTMi mtxvmtr mal matt advertise tie aamo vltfcla tan 4aye to eomo newspaper, Tba» moat alao within tea day• fend notice of advertisement to'the eounty audi tot and another.•%: Nftetered mail to tha «doa»l»atonerof»stfcult*r» at Btamarck. yw tell to do Ola |M ara tthoty to get late troabla. FOR SALE—The biggest bargain in a good sized, house in the city 8 TOOBM, bath, hot water heat full basement 75 foot lot nice trees and. lawn good barn close in. This confd not be replaced for less than $9,060.40 only $5,750.00 on very reasonable terms. FOR SALE—Brand new house: east front furnace, bath.and 5 rooms $2650.00 $650.00 cash, balance month payments. FOR SALE—Lots on 13th and 14th streets $3,00.00 Jo $350.00 for 50 feet. This is 10 to 25 per cent low er than adjoining lots can be sold for. FOR 8ALE—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 further front down town. Prices '$300.00 to $600.00 on very eaay pay ments. .. .. F. E. YOUNG. Suite 15 First National Bank Building 0 Phones 78 and 711. ft JTlrilfo^llSeift lipuse Worfc, 'highest wages. "Call at 51 Washington avenue, or 'phone 03. WANTED—strong girl, to assist witff laundry and housework. Apply 817 Sixth. Phone 581K. U-22-31 WANTED Housekeeper middle^ aged lady, on a farm. Phone 413F21, or write. iAlbert Borkhart, Bismarck, N. D. 1131-2t WANTED-^Qishwashei at Rung* and ^CqmpanyS bakery.v ll-20-3t WANTED—Girl for general house work highest Vages. Mrs. P.. C. J, H, HOLIHAN. :Lucar Wojftk. .v,', Phone 745. f.pR BALfc—i-House* bf eight rooms thoroughly modern almost new close int worth $6,000, if sold at once $4,m I—Houue .on the car line rooiiM apd bath east froilt cash." FOR 8ALE—House of 5 rooms trees almost modern m'12th St. A bar gain at $1,900, $500 cash. __ FOR SALE—One of the last: good corners close fai 100x150 feet. $3,800. FOR SALE—320 acres of land near Arnold. How much? J. H. HOLIHAN. Lucaa Block. Phone 74S. wosK'wAimtir WORK WANTED—Young lady with fair education wants work in the city. Write Tribune, No. 23. ttOUttttl FOL IA1J FOR SALE-^-Story and a-haif ^uhga1 low reasonable terms. Inquire Henry Gates. Phone 743X. l-19-6t FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-oHigh class 1916 Roadster in excellent con dition, for city or country real es tate. Write Box 226, Bismarck, N. D. ll-21-3t FOR SALE—Carey safe, la good con dition, height 54 inches, width Wk- Holtan Mercantile Co. H-22-6t FOR'EXCHANGE—Fine quarter"sec tion 7%' mil^s east of Wolverton, Wilkin county, Minn. unimproved, ibut grove in S. W. comer no incum brances -will consider quantity of Burleigh county land north of N. P. of equal value. F. J. McGreevy, owner, Ackley, la. 11-22-lt FOR 8ALE~Fumed oak dining room suite 611 Front St. Phone 179Y. Il-21r5t FOR SALE—Furnishings of a 12 room hotel, complete, and 'building for rent. Answer 31, care Tribune. 11-20-121 FOR RENT OR. SAL^—Confectfcm ery and lunch room for rent or sale easy. Brand new. Choice location. Living rooms. Good business. Takes $150 cash. Box 776, Dunn Center, a ll-19-5t FOR SALE—Cheap or to exchange 160 88-note Player Piano reeords. Wm. Wasley, 314 4th St. ll-18-4t WANTED—To buy a second hand Powers Boaring Machine must be in good order and the price rights- No. 28 care of Tribune. FOR SALE—One. hay press, scrapers, dump wagon can be bought cheap. Call at 808 2nd St., or phone 282K. 11-16-3t FOR SALE—Good range, Improved Cascade hot water front, nearly new cheap. Call Tel. 254,. or. at Singer £0. ll-14-6t FOR SALE—One pool hall aed con fcctionery, one lot, two-story build ing, all complete. Will sell at a bargain. Will take car in part pay ment^if taken at once in small, growing town. No. 27, Tribune. ll-16-12t D. T. OWENS A CO. FOR SALE—160-acre, very choice farm, on easy terms. €taly :$l,fl00 cash required. 'Balance on long time with low rate of interest. FOR SALE—SiK.-room, modern house with full basement. Furnace heat, light and water bath. Price, $3,000. Only $1,200 cash required to swing deal. VERY CHOICE 50-foot lot for sale, on "Twelfth street east front water and sewer in street. WANTED to cisiii&r RENT—By December lstl jnodem 7-room house. Farm and City laans. D. T. OWENS A CO. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE BY ADVERTISEMENT. Notice Is Hereby Given, That that certain Mortgage, executed and de livered by W. J. Richard and Cora Richard, his wife. Mortgagors, to C. H. Kllngsporn, Mortgagee, dated the 30tb day of August, A. D. nineteen hundred and eleven, and filed for rec ord in the office of the 'Register of Deeds of the County of Burleigh, and State of North Dakota, on the 1st day of September, A. D. 1911, and re corded in Book lfti- of Mortgages, at page 80, will be foreclosed by' a sale of the premises in such Mortgage and hereinafter described, at the front door of the Court House, in the City of Bismarck, in the County of Bur leigh, and State of North Dakota, at the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., on the 23d day of December, 1916, to satisfy the amount due upon said Mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in said Mortgage and^which will be sold to satisfy the same, are those certain premises situated in the County of Burleigh, and State of North Dakota, and described as follows, to-wit: Bast Half of Southwest Quarter (E 1-2 of SW H) and Lots Three (3) and Four (4), Section Thirty (30), Township One Hundred and Forty three (143), Range Seventy-eight (78), W. 5th P.M. There will be due on such Mortgage at the date of sale the sum of Two Thousand and Fifty seven and 96-100 ($2,057 96-100) Dol lars. C. H. KLINGSPORX, Mortgagee. HYLAXD & MADDEN, Attorneys for Mortgagee. Bismarck, North Dakota. NOTICE OF SALE ON SPECIAL EX ECUTION IN MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE. '.Notice Is Hereby Given, That by virtue of a Judgment in mortgage foreclosure rendered and given by the District Court of Burleigh County Sixth Judicial District, State of North Dakota, and entered and docketed in the office of the Clerk of said Court on the 10th day of November, 1916 in- an action wherein American Lit* insurance Company, a corporation, is plaintiff, and Edwin J. Ruddy, Loret ta Ruddy, Mary Ruddy, Catharine Ruddy, and Edwin J. Ruddy as Guard ian of .the Minor Heirs of Katie C. Ruddy, and Wm. A. O'Donnell, were defendants, in favor of the plaintiff and against said defendants for the sum of $724/86, i(hich judgment, among other things, directed the sale by me of the real property hereinaf ter .described, jor. sou much thereof-qs may be sufficient to satisfy .the amount of said Judgment, with inter est thereon and costs, or so much of said judgment as the proceeds of such sale applicable thereto will sat isfy therefore, by virtue of a writ of special execution to me Issued out Of the office of the clerk of said court In and for said county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota for the sum. of $724.86, and interest, accrued and accruing costs and costs of Bale, di recting me to sell said real property pursuant to said judgment and exe cution, I, J. P. French, Sheriff of Bur leigh County, North Dakota* and the person appointed by said Court to make said sale, will sell the ra) prop erty hereinafter described to the high est bidder for cash, at public auction, •t the front door of the court house in Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota, on the 21st day of December, 1916, at the hour of two o'clock in the afternoon of said day, to satisfy said judgment and execution, with in terest and costs thereon, and thV costs and expenses of such sale, or a% muck* thereof as the proceeds of suck sale applicable thereto will sat isfy. The premises to be sold as afore-, said pursuant to said judgment and said-writ of special execution, and to this n'otice, are described in said judg ment and decree and writ, as follows, to-wit The Northeast Quarter (N!E 1-4) of Section Seven (7), Township OtfS Hundred Thirty-nine (139) North, Range Seventy-six (76), in the Coun ty of Ifurleigh and State of North Da kota. Dated this llth day of November, 191«. J. P. FRENCH. Sheriff of Burleigh County, North Dakota. Miller, Zuger ft Tillotson, Attorneys for Plaintiff, Bismarck North Dakota. (15-22-29-6-13-20) A. P. KILLS HII8ELF (Associated Press.) Duluth, Minn., Nov. 22.—A. T. Fox of "Maple, Wis., aged 70, for 32 years a conductor on the Northern Pacific, chuckled when he checked out at one of DHuth's best hotels last Saturday and remarked to the clerk: "Well, 1 guess I'll go home and kill myself." He did. The clerk laughed when the rail roader made the remarkk. For years Mr. Fox had comc at frequent inter vals to the hotel and the witticism about killing himself seemed his fa vorite method of raising a laugh. Yesterday Fox %nt a bullet into his bead at his home in. Maple. A note beside body asked the railroad brotherhood to "look after" h:a body. Word of his suicide -w-s received to day by W. A. Strrljan. superintend ent of the Northern Pacific. It is believed that worry over the loss of his position as conductor caus ed his act. He had a farm at (Miaple. His wife and two children live at Aahland. Starting in the employ of the Northern Pacific in 1SS2, he con tinued until July 15, 1914. BXSMABICK DAILY TRIBUNE Partner's Cafe 218 Fourth Street OPEN DAY AND NIGHT BANNER HOUSK Room and Board by Day $1.00 By the Week $7.00 Boarding Stable for Horses in Connection 104 MAIN ST. BISMABCK Public Stenographer Neat, Accurate Work tfftS. G. B. SHORT, JR. McKenzie Hotel Hours 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Me in Your town (Associated Press.) London, Nov. 22.—The royal provi sion committee of Norway has unan imously decided that a ticket system ought to be instituted to meet the food situation, according to a Copen hagen dispatch to the Exchange Tele graph company, quoting the Norwe gian food minister. lAt a meeting in €hirstiania the min ister said -that great question had arisen as"to whether the population of Norway should ibe put on a short food" allowance. The minister added that neighboring neutral countries were organizing themselves as if they were participating in the war and that in Sweden the German ticxct system for graiin and flour would be introduced. COLDER TONIGHT AND TOMOR. ROW. Much colder tonight and tomorrow is the prediction made this afternoon by the government weather observer. The northern low pressure is report ed to be moving eastward and is cen tral this afternoon over Saskatche wan. The temperature is still mod erate in the northwest* bu( the fur ther eastward nTovement of the low pressure area will *be followed by partly cloudy weather in North Da kota tonight and Thursday, with cold er in the north portion tonight and much colder ^Thursday and Thursday night. Don't sell ybur Turkeys and Chickcns—until after you call us up. We pay highest market price. NORTHERN PRODUCE CO. an Electric Light Plant 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 claas Electric Light Plant installed. Drop me a line and I will dill on you. Address "25" Bismarck Tribune. REPAIRED AND REBUILT Alliork given a pressure test and delivered within Twenty. four Hours Bismarck Auto Radiator Works 109 Third Street Bismarck, 'HE "ADVERTISERS below wilt use more than 14,000 inches in Thi Tribune in 1916 it's ail concise, "instant at hand" information. Refej to the directory constantly., It appears every day. 57 S. LAMBERT Capital Coffee House Coffee and Soups a Specialty 302% Main Street Phone 497 E. B. FERGUSON, Prop. N. D. Shoes Repaired Best Equipped Shop in the Northwest L. E. Larson Main Street 1—'a h'ti COLEMAN'S New and Second Hand Store PHONE 358 DRAYING Freight and Baggage Carefully and Promptly Phone 395 Delivered J. A. GRINSTEINNER PIANO AND VOCAL LESSONS Special Rates Given Phone 627X 313 Fourth St. MISSES CORNELL and BRADY CITY LOTS Seat Ha-li now 011 an's- I Office Rooms 1 and 2 Hughes Building Opposite Grand Pacific Hotel H. J. WAGNER Optical Specialist Eye* Tested And Glasses Fitted, also Glasses Changed and Renewed BISMARCK, N. D. FREDERICK W. KEITH 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 W'U: Steam Heated Oarage AGENTS WANTED For the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player Fianofc G. W. COCHRANE, Wholesale and Retail Distributor. Peck's Old Music Store Grand Pacific Building COMPLETE LINE ON DX3PLAT TERMS TO SUIT CORWIN MOTO.RCO.&S&AR-K.N.DVBUILD 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. r'!7tWSERVlft-tfp1™) CoRWlM .M,OTOR. Qo Transfer & storage We have unequaled facilities for mevlno, storing and shipping household goods. Careful, experi enced man also retail Ice and wood. Wachter Transfer Compi Phone 62 No. 2C2 Fifth St. Henry Burman "The Shoe Hospital M«a'B Is still at the same old stand with his electric ihoe REPAIR outfit. Plenty of competent help and can do YOUR work while you wait. Broadway Between 4th and 5th Streets UndTtakfng' Embalming Lleenaed Embalmsr In Charge Day ftione SO Night Phone 687 WEBB BROTHERS Bismarck Realty Company Bismarck Bank Building Tor popular" convert at Auditorium tomorrow night. Latest popular shccl music at Cow- RENTS FARM LANDS C. W. HENZLER 'j TIRE Popular prices for seats at Auditor- 7Si. IIS ROSSW ft. ium concert tomorrow night. .c. «. .. VULCANISING SEVEN Telephone Number 533 Office Hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 P. M. TAXI 27 Phone L. E. SMITH Auto Uadialoi Jtepaiiing LITTLE'3 SECOND-HAND STORE| Will buy, sell and exchange or rer anything. Successor to Nolan'4 Phone 794 or 132X. Undertaking Parlors A. W. Lucas Company Day Phone 46S Night Phone 7171 A. W. CRAIG Licenced Embalmer In Charge Barbie's DRY CLEANING AMI DYE WORKS PHONE 394 I W9 Front Street We Call for and Dellvat TAXI P30NE 105 Freight anjd Baggagi DRAYING Clooten's Liven Buy Your Picture* From The CAPITAL ART CO. 4SB Broadway We Guarantee Good Work and Prompt Delivery of Medallione and Enlarged Portralta. An unuaually Large Selection of Mouldings for Framing. The Electric Shop B. K. SKEELS Everything Electrical Wiring Fixtures and Supplies Dclco Farm Light Plants Phone 370 408 Broadway Old Hats Cleaned and Reblockedl EAGLE SHINING PARLOR Broadway Opposite Postoffice PiANO TUNING A. 1. aornua Work Giaraateei, Rasldtnoc 1002, Avt.