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i1V* MONDAY, DEOCMBtS 4,1916 mmfc •Hi 1 a Writ*, 30 care Tribune. 12-l-6t 'CADIES—If you want to see some thing to your advantage, come in aed see the Oxo-Gas producer at work. It will do anything^ coal or wood. IAs clean as electricity. One door south of Palladium on Fifth street. 12-l-St WANTED—Girl tor general house work highest wages. Call at 611 ii Washington Ave., or phone 93, ll.J8.Wt WANTED—A girl to do honse work. fawa tor FOWRENT—Four-room cottage moo era. Phone 600. 12-2-6t foiTBENt—House of 7 rooms mod ern hot' water heat new house. No Advertisements Accented "T.F." 'TiUForbidden Ad*~Cash in Advanced No Ads Aoceptod after Sis O'clock P. N. NOW J© AMBWIlt BUN* AN. vttk miin or Tribes* But te aa» to tatter addressed to Um gttwi In the ad. Tribune »a w4 not pemlttet to tell who •dverttaer la. Man or Mod your wnr to Tribuae No. and rra MU forward it to tho advertlaw. Phone 675. 12-2-3t TLitB ^OBBRNT t. ^OR RENT—Until Feb. 1st, desirable 4-room furnished flat. Phone 218. 't I3c2-3t HARVEY HARRIS CO. ... J. P. Jackaon, Ms1*. $20 ACRES—Close to town, with creek on both Quarters good soil r- very fine for a man with stock. A real bargain. "H0"ACRES—Good soil lies excep tionally well nice grove of trees not far from a loading station. A good piece of property that can he bought at a low price. A large list of houses and lots for aale in all parts of the city. HARVEY HARRIS A CO. D. T. OWENS A CO. FOR SALE—160-acre, very choice farm, on easy terms. Only $1,000 cash required. Balance on long time with low rate of interest FOR SALE—Six-room, modern house with toll basement. Furnace heat, light and water hath. Price, $3,000. Only $1,290 cash required to swing deal. VERY CHOICE 30-foot lot for sale, on Twelfth street east front water and sewer in street. WANTED TO RENT—By December 1st, modern 7-room house. 1 Fans and City Loana.. OW-&6WCMM (CO. AOVKRT18B KtTRAY AMIMAWU lay person taking uyaa eetrar oft* mal mm advertise the ease vlthla tan days la soma newspaper. Thar moat alao within tan day* sent aotloa of advertisement to tho eoonty audi tor and another by mistered nail to tho wnuBiaalonar otngncoltveat BtahMitk. Ii *oaIhll toao thlai iw am tthaiy to gat Into trouble. P. ii, YOUNO, Two houses tor Gala on monthly pay* ments. with a very small payment down. Five houses (or sale on monthly pay ments (or about $50.00 payment down. One house and barn to trade for farm property close in. 160 acres of land near Baldwin to trade for house in Bismarck. Three new modern bungalows for sale at prices ranging from $2,500.00 to $3,000.00. 50-footeast front lot and 75 feet cor ner lot gn 1th street, for sale, cheap est lota on street Riverview Addition lots at $300.00 to $000.00 are the best for homes or investment in the city. The lots are close in and buyers are protect? ed in every way. P, E. YOUNO. Suite 15 First National Bank Building Phones 78 and 711. __ niP WANTED MALM JANITOR—Wanted'for Tribune block Apply to R. D. Hoeklna. __12-2-2t WANTED—Two Christian young men for orderlies at Bismarck hospital 12-2-3t WANTED—Cigar makers also cigar banders. 423 Third St. W. F. Erlen meyer. FIREMEN, .BRAKEMEN—Beginners paid $120 monthly permanent no /strike* Railway, care 37 Tribune. 12-2-4t WANTED—First-cla^s floor man and \wllling worker, to take steady Job -in Mahdan blacksmith shop. Apply G. A. Wolf, 808 Second Ave., W., ISLP WA1ITID VBKAIB WANTED—Two dlab washers at bib* —mkrek hospital. 12-2-31 mp cook mnst he ex pferfemced and neat tor hotel work alao, .experienced dining room girl. WaMemar Hotel. Anamoose, N. D. 12-2-$t WANTED—Neat appearing young lady, tot pleasant work in store steady position for right party. 4 J. H. HOLIHAN. Lucas Block. Heusea for Sale. FOR SALE—Bungalow of 7 rooms, S bedrooms east front almost new $4.300. $1,501} cash. FOR SALE—House of 6 rooms and bath $2,300, $300 cash. _______ FOR SALE—'House of 5 room*, al most modern on Twelfth street $t,900,, $500 cash. FOR SAtaiE—One of the nciest lots in River View Addition. South front and overlooking the iMissouri river for miles.' Worth $1,000 ROOMS WANTED WANTED—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping, or small house, fur rnished family of two. Call or 'phono S. 'B. Bergeson ft Son. Htm AMD rOVMD LOST—A small pnrse with keys Leave. at ^TrilraM oflle* tor reward. 1 2 2 4 LOS?—hockey skate with shoe at tached ThankBglviiuf day. Finder please notify O. W. Roberts, U. S. Weather Bam& l2-l-3t TOR SALE—Good, two-year-old cow manure, tor lawns add gardens, de livered anywhere in the city. Phone 693. C. H. Pherrill. 12-2-6t FOR SALE—Household furniture, eluding piano, rugs, Viffet and bed room furnishings practically new. Third floor hack over Roop's store 12-2-71 EXCHANGE $4,000 merchandise rent $50, Including living rooms want $1500 cash, balance clear land or city rental at once. Magnuson Bros., Edgeley, N. D. 12-2-3t FOR-SACE—Over-stuffed, tufted, full leather rocker just right for Christ mas present cost $75.00 will sell tor $37.50^ Phone 487L, 12-l-3t FOR'SALE—Ford"truck~at a bargain good as new. Address Ed Dalbec, 217_ So. 5th St., Bismarck. 12-2-Ct FOR SALE—If taken at once, will sell cheap, one farm outfit consisting of a J. I. Case 10-20 gas tractor, togeth er with set of three bottom power lift plows, complete with stubble and breaker bottoms, and one eight* foot Minnesota binder, used this season only. Write 210 Ave. C., or call- at Farmers Union Mercantile Co., Bismarck, X. D. 12*l-4t FOR RtNT—The Frederic Hotel, at New Xeipsig, N. D. Two railroads, steam heated, electric lighted, com pletely furnished, 24 rooms. For further information, address New T/oipt'g Commercial club. 12-l-6t F9R ^^ALE OR EXCHANCjl—For farm land, a 7-room house, located in the residence section of Mandan, unencumbered. Would he willing to assume some encumbrance on tho land. Across J. M. Hackney, Hackney Blulding, St. Paul, Miane SOU. 12-1-Kt FOB SALE—vietrola and fine selec tion of records, good as new, for 75, «gS&. PhOne 144X, or call at $02 Second St, 12-l-3t FOB SALE—Very Ine household fin* nfture good as now. Phono €S8X, or sP 111 ScraOu. U474t «ALW|M«r WANTED SALESMEN—Come in and see' our proposition on the best selling ar ticle on- the market. Experience unnecessary^ One door south of Palladium, on Fifth street. ll-2^6t QOH« fOR 1KHT For RENT—Two-room .apartment, for light housekeeping 11.1 for quick sale, $52'o. FOR^ 8ALE—Ten-acre chicken ranch close.in $1,200... J. H. HOLIHAN, Lucas Block Phone 745. 1— WORK WANTED WORK WANTED—Young lady with fair edncatloA wants work in the city. WWte Tribune, No. 23. 11-10-lmo iB. F. Flanagan. 13-4-2t FOR RENT—Clean furnished room 216 Second St. Phone 88R. 124-3t FOR RENT—Three or four for light 354X. rooms, Phone 12-4'3t housekeeping. FOB RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house. ?05 1st St. 12-2-3t FOR RENT—Large room suitable for two gentlemen. 400 4th St-. _:_lt 12-2-6t FOR RENT—^Furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Call Sunday or evenings. 1100 Broadway. Phone 129Y. 12-2-4t FOR RENT—Rooms for housekeep ing. Mrs. Rohrer. 6°0 6th St. 12-2-6t #OR RENT—'Fine room private hath. No^46 Main St ~li-284t FOR -'RENT—Three nice, large front rooms, in a modern house. Will be vacated December 15 803 Seventh St. ll:25-i8t FOB 'RENT—Two rooms with board also hoard without room. 208 Thay er. Phone 38DK. 11-10-lmo FoB RENT—Strictly modern room. Gentlemen preferred 38 Ave. A. il-14-lmo CALL MHO JUIPS New York, Dec. 4.—Call money jumped to 12 per cent today, the high est figure in several months. Friday is was five per cent. Fifteen per cent was bid at one time this afternoon. /The demand for cash for payment of dividends, recently declared, was one factoK behind the tightening of the money market. The, jump was followed by a break of from two to four points by leaders on the stock exchange. United States dropped to 124%, ddwn 1% from its best figures of the day. TO FACE CHARGE IN THE DISTRICT COURT Frank\Johnson, garage man at Re gan, arrested by Deputy Sheriff Welch last Friday evening qn a warrant charging a statutory offense, the com plaining. witness being a school teach er, will appear before the district court probably at this term. Bond to the iunpunt of $1,000 was furnished by his friends, late Saturday afternoon. 8U0UIG BUD IB IKtl wowsaniw Besides opening bids lor the remod eling of the city pest house, the city commissioners In session tonight will discuss the proposition of grading the road to the ferry, a stretch about two miles long. An estimate on the ex* act cost of this piece of work has not been made. If the proposition meets with the accord of the commissioners, .work will'start so that the road will be in good condition before the ferrybegins operations iii the spring. It is understood here that the city of Mandan will grade the road lead ing from that city eastward to the rivet*, which with similar work on this side, will assure tourists using the iRed Trail of a first-class stretch between Bismarck and Mandan. KM AS IfflM lUCffi 101 Mineapolis. Dec. 4.—John Burmeis* ter, president of the Northern league, resigned tj. the meeting held there this morning, called for the purpose of discussing^the re-organisation og the league.. It is understood that he will serve until the re-organization is completed. Minot and Aberdeen each applied for a franchise, TWO RELICS RECEIVED BY MYLO MAN FROM HIS SISTER Mylo, N. D., Dec. 4—C. W. Burr of t'iis village, today received from his sister in Denver, Colo., two relics which he will prize to the end of his days. One is his father's Grand Army badge, and the other is a ring made from the silver mounting of a cannon used in one of the battles in which his father participated. The ring was made by the government and present ed to Mr. Burr, senior, in 1865. He was a member of the Fifty-second Il linois regiment, and accompanied General Sherman on his famous march to the sea. The elder Burr was also in the grand parade in Wash ington at the close of the war. STEELE MINISTER TURNED HEAD FROM DISTRESSING SCENE Steele, V. D., Dec. 4—Rev. J. W. Sherman turned his head in another direction that he might nbt view the distressing accident which occurred here in this village last week when Herman Weisenhutter and Peter Dahl enberg riding in Dalenberg's auto, crashed into train No. 3. According to the story told by the pastor here it seemed certain that the auto would dash under one of the coaches or strike the trucks, but he says it struck the tool box instead and that was the only thing which pre vented a tragedy which might have claimed two lives. Rev. Sherman* stated that the auto was making about 30 miles an hour at the time it hit the mail coach on the westbound Limited. TO QUESTION WAX. Chicago, Dec. 4.—Judge Landis has issued a warrant to have Charles Wax brought before him immediately. Wax was mentioned as Oliver Os borne in the famous Rao Taaser charges ... BIBMABCK DAILY TRIBUNE Partner's Cafe 21t Fourth Str&t OPEN DAY AND NIGHT BANNKR HOUSE Room arid Poard by Day $1,00 By the Week $7.00 Boarding Stable for Horses in Connection 104 MAIN ST. t-'v, Let ii.ii/ii BISMARCK 1 E Public Stenographer Neat, Accurate Work MR8. 0 B. SHORT, JR. McKenzie Hotel Hour* 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. He in Your Town IKE—UK Ml II (Special to the Tribune.) Dickinson, N. D., De6. 4.—Ten stalls or one-third, of the iNorthern Pacific roundhouse here, were ravaged by fire which broke out at 4:15 yester day morning. Ten locomotives were destroyed, one being the Dickiknson switch engine. The fire started from an explosion resulting when Jacob Miller, a helper, carrying a torch, got irinto too close proximity with a can of oil. Miller was seri6iisly burned. He waa taken to the local hospital. Doubts are held for his recovery. WIKFIxuii Gala Were There in Gingham Aperna and Sun Bunits and the Boy* All Wore Overalls. The gals were all dressed up in gingham aperns and sun bunits and the boys all wore overalls. There was plenty of hard cider, too.' This all took place at the heck party given by the Commercial trav elers in 'Patterson's hall last Saturday evening. the committee on dancing Consist ed of Christopher Fossum, Jefferson John White and Cliffie Reuben Nor ton... WANTS CORDIAL RELATIONS WITH THIS NATION New York, Dec. 4.—Ting Fang, for mer minister to the United States, and newly appointed foreign minister of China, directed through the United Press his first message to America, announcing that the policy of the for eign office under his direction would be to maintain the most cordial Rela tions between China and the Upited States. He said that he would seek to promote the commercial relations be tween the two countries. THANKSGIVING SIGHT OF ROWDYISM AT FORMAK BALL Forman, X. D., Dec. 4—A night of rowdyism characterized the observance of Thanksgiving in this village. A dance at the opera house netted five drunks, one of whom slugged a deputy pressed into service by Sheriff Fladby. Sentiment is running high here over the disgraceful carousals of late. liadialoi Kepniiing install an Electric Light Plant I would like to hear from any parties located in a town or city of a population from 600 to 2000 people who want a first class Electric Light Plant installed. Drop me a line and I will call you. Address "25" Bismarck Tribune. REPAIRED AND REBUILT All work jfiven a pressure test and delivered within Twenty. u"' four Hours Bismarck Auto Radiator Works .. .. '•OJ 109 Third Street Bismarck, N. D. HE ADVERTISERS below will use more than 14,000 inches in The ributte in 1$H6 it's all concise, "instant at hand" information. Refer totfie directory constantly. It appears every day. TAXI Phone 57 S. LAMBERT Capital Coffee House Coffee and Soups a Specialty 302% Main Street Phone 497 ,. E. B. FERGUSON, Prop. Shoes Repaired Best Equipped Shop if tho Northwest L. E. Larson I 40* Wain Street S09S3, COLEMAN'S New and Second Hand Store PHONE 358 DRAYING Freight and Baggage Carefully and Promptly Phone 395 Delivered J. A. GRINSTEINNER LISTEN! LISTEN!! GIBSON Mandolins and Guitars on Easy Payments. GEORGE E. BALL 319 2nd Street CITY £OTS Office Rooms 1 and 2 hughes Building Opposite Grand Pacific hotel FREDERICK W. H. J. WAGNER Opticalv Specialist Eyea Tested and Glasses Fitted, also Classes Changed and Renewed BISMARCK, N. D. KflTH ARCHITECT WcU Block PhoaefM Auto Radiator Repairing and Rebuilding GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP. Repairing lamps, fenders tank^and Windshields JOHN BORTELL, 316 Main Street Phone 756 TOT AGENTS WANTED the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player Piano*. G. W. COCHRANE, Wholesale and Retail Distributor. Peck's Old Music Store Grand Pacific Building COMPLETE LINE ON DI8PLAT TERMS TO SUIT *11.1 BUILD IrHE^ CORWIN MOTOR- CO BI^APck' ft 0 Steam Heated Garage 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.' SEftVjCE S^°* COR Wm MotoR CO WW?«o Transfer & storage We have unequaled facilities for moving, storing and shipping household, goods. Careful, experi enced man alao retail ice and wood. Waehter Transfer Comp. Phone 62 No. 202 Fifth St. Henry Burman "The Shoe Hospital Man" Is still at the same old stand with his electric shoe REPAIB outfit. Plenty of competent help and can do TOUR work while you wait. Broadway Between 4th and 5th Streets Undartifclng«Embalming Licensed Embalmer In Charge Day Phone SO Night Phone 687 WEBB BROTHERS Bismarck Realty Company Bismarck Bank Building PIANO AND VOCAL LESSONS Special Rates Given Phone 627X 313 Fourth St. MISSES CORNELL and BRADY RENTS FARM LANDS C. W. HENZLER TIRE VULCANIZING Phone 720. 112 Rosier St SEVEN Telephone Number 533 Office Hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 P. M. TAXI Phone 27 L. E. SMITH Auto Itadialoi Jtppniiing LITTLE'3 SECOND-HAND 8TORE Will buy,- eel! and exchange or rent anything. Successor to Nolmo'a. Phone 794 or 132X Undertaking Parlors A. W. Lucas Company Day Phone 415 Night Pltona 717 A W. CRAia LlceMed Embalmer ln Chart* Barbie's DRY CLEANING AV» DYJ WORSTS PHONE Front Stoat We Call for and Dthw TAXI PHONE 105 Freight and Baggage DRAYING Clooten's Livery Suy Your Pleturea From The CAPITAL ART CO. 408 Broadway We Guarantee Good Work and Prompt Delivery of Medalllona and Enlarged Portraits. An unusually Largs Selection of Mouldlnga for Framing.' The Electric Shop B. K. SEEE1S Everything Electrical Wiring Fixtures and Supplies Delco Farm Lig^it Plants Phone 370 408 Broadway Old Hats Cleaned and Reblocked EAGLE SHINING PARLOR Broadway Opposite Postoffice PIANO TUNING A.s. loraui Work Giarsileif, Raslrienoe 1002, !?•.