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1 MONDAY, DEC. 11, 1916, A NOW TO ANBW1* BLIN» No Advertisements Accepted "T. P." 'Till Forbidden Classified Ads—Cash In Advance. No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. HI «ee signal wttk aanten or (MtlAhb cere Trilmne unit be Mroraft tqr tatter addreeaedto the MM glvea la the ad. Tribune «n •icjet are not permittee to tell who ear itnrtlMr lfc Mall or &enA year aaewer to tribune No. and tre wIM tonyard it to the advertiser. 1ELP WANTED MALI WANTED—A live young man for de livery must know the city. Guss ner's. 12-8-S^ WANTED—Boy for a couple of weeks worlc. inquire at Tribune Bindery. 12-7-6t WANTED—Boy not less than 16 years to learn printers trade. Apply at foreman's desk. Tribune office after 8 a. m. 12-M1' OEBBaaaannHMi 1ELP WANTED VlitAUB WANTED-KJirl for general house wo»k. Phone 62 or call 20 Ave. A. Mrs. W.JP. Crewe. 12-7-6t WANTED—Girl~for general house* work highest wages. Call at 511 Washington Ave., or phone 93. 11-28-121 IWANTED—Experienced stenograph er. Apply to Alf. O. Nelson, Atty., Dunn Center, N. D. 12-9-2t W^NTED^Experienced competent stenographer for permanent posi tion good wages. No. 38 care Tri .bune. 12-9-3t •J* «J* «8» F. E. YOUNG FOR RENT—9-room modern house .well located. $50.00. FOR SALE—15,000 acres on crop payments in various parts of the county. FOR SALE—Several real bar gains in quarters and half sec tions in different parts of the county, selected from my lists of over 100,000 acres. I can re commend any one of these as a splendid investment. Land val ues will increase 25 percent in 1917 and now is the time to in vest before my 1916 sale con tracts expire. FOR SALE—Riverview addi tion lots are the best and cheapest in the city for homes or investment. They are close in lay well good size can be had on very easy terms and buyers are fully protected. $840.00 to $600.00'. F. E. YOUNG First National Bank Bldg. 3 Phones, No. 78. F. E. YOUNG FOR 3ALE: Quarter section mile from station and elevator 12 miles from Bismarck 90 acres under plow all can be plowed «0» practically new buildings $26.00 per acre $1,040 cash, balance $250.00 per year as part of cash 8» payment will take in an putomo 8» bile, Ford preferred. 12-8-3t F. E. YOUNG ROOMS FOB E1W FOR RENT—Modern rooms for light housekeephig _622_Third St. 12-8-Ct FOR* RENT—Three rooms~for light housekeeping all modern with kitchen stove furnished or unfur nished. 803 7th St. 12-7-6t FOR RENT—Office room fine loca tion light and heat furnished $12 per month. Apply Bismarck Sign Co., 406 Broadway. 12-6-Ct FOR RE NT—Furnished room all modern hot water heating 814 Ave. B. Phone 384R. l2-5-6t FOR -RENT—Sleeping rooms with or without board. Mrs. Rohrer, 6V 6th St 12-5-6t FOR RENT—Furnished room. 822 6th St 12-9-Ct FORWENT—Two rooms with board also board without room. 208 Thay er. Phone 38SK. J.l-10-lmo F5"R RENT—Strictly modern room". Gentlemen preferred 38 Ave: A. '11-14-lmo D.T. OWENS A CO. Real Estate and Farm Leans FOR 8ALE—At a bargain, two choice 50-ft. lots, facing south on Ave. A must be sold before Jan. 1. We have several 160 and 320 acr§/ tracts for sale on very easy terms. It will pay you to call and talk it over with us. Land values are en hancing every day. FOR SALE—One-story 4-room cot tage south front 75-ft. lot price $1,500 Vi cash, balance on'easy terms. FOR SALE—Beautiful corner lot close in magnificent corner for apartment house or flats. 12-9-tf City A Farm Loans. Insurance. LOST AJTD found LOST—$15 in bills Tuesday afternoon down town, probably on Main or Fourth Sts. Return to Trilune for Reward. 12-8-3t MOUSES FOE MIT FOR RENT—Furnished 6-room~bung alow modern hot and cold water bath, etc. Phone 672X. 12-5-6t ESTRAY NOTICE—One black mare, with white stripe in forshesul, weight about 1100 lbs. one black gelding, witli white star in fore head, weight about 1300 lbs. one ibay gelding, with, two white hind legs, weight about 1200 lbs. John Pleinis, Pettibone, Kidder County, •iN. D. 12-6-12t ... AM. ADVKftTIM ISTftAY ANIBAL&. am* Any person taklac.np.an astray aafr aal mutt advertise the earn within ten day* in aome newspaper. Iter moat alao within ten days sent noUee ot advertisement to theeonnty andt* tor and another by, reclatered anil to the OMunlaaloaar of afrieultv# at Bismarck. 12 fon fall to do Uthh are likely to get into trouble. foe J. H. HOLIHAN. FOR 8ALE—Am building anew house, 6 jmoms and bath when finished 3 b£a rooms. If you are interested, call at once and see plan of house and we can make alterations to suit. Price will be about $3,200 $1,400 cash. FOR SALE—Bungalow of~7 rooms 3 bedrooms east front modern turn out good location. $4,300 terms. P6R SAUf^New bungalow of Ave rooms and bath east front mod ern. $3,000 $1,000 cahs. J. H. HOLIHAN Lucas Block Phone' 745 HARVEY HARRIS A CO. J. P. Jackson, Mgr. 320 ACRES—Close to town, with creek on both quarters good soil very fine for a man with stock. A real bargain. 160 *"ACRES—Good soil lies excep tionally well nice grove Of trees not far from a loading station. A good piece of property that can be bought at a low price. A large list of houses and lots for sale in all parts of the' city. HARVEY HARRIS A CO. lOBOELLAllSOQf TO" WANTED TO BUY—Canary bird must be a good singer. Phone 448. ___ 12-9-61 WANTED—To know who a trained nurse's diploma was delivered to by mistake, by our delivery man. A prompt reply to this advertisement will be appreciated. Webb Broth ers.-- 12-8-3t FOR SALE—Three suits, size 40. used, in fair condition one worn only a few times and overcoat, size 40, good as new. Hurry. Klein the Tailor. 12-1 l-4t FOR 8ALE—Victrola and fine seleo tion of records good as ffew $75 cash.. Atone 144X or call at 802 2nd _St. 12-8-31 FOR SALE—Baby buggy, in iJrs£ class condition. Phone 615L. 12-6-6t FOR SALE—Goodhay. Cali~275K. FOR SALE—Second-hand piano. Big bargain for Cash. Phone 432iK, from *00 to 12:00. 12-8-fft •X BARGAIN—Iron safe for sale or trade, weight about 1500 lbs. Ad dress Lock Box 15? Bismarck. 12-8-St FOR SALE—One Chevrolet automo bile, used only 6ix months one Ford touring car, all in good condi tion. A. F. M|arquette, Bismarck Steam Laundry. 12-6-5t FOR SALE—2 oil stoves and a piano in good condition reasonable. J. A. Haney. 12-7-6t FOflTSALE—Cheap—quantity storm sash suitable for closing in porch. F. A. Knowles. 12-7-6t FOR SALE^ilk, 12 qts. for $1.00 delivered anywhere in city. Phone 655L. 12-3-3t FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE—For city property, a 1916 high class roadster Write P. O. Box 226. 12-5-12 FOR*SALE~OR~TRADE—A nice, two stoty brick building, full basement, seven nice living rooms above, al equipped, barn, warehouse and a small stock of variety. This is in center of a good, small town. The best of location for, any kind of business. Want good Montana or Xorth Dakota land. Give full par ticulars in first letter. Ownes, R. Gulden, Mibroy, Minn.. 1241-5t FOR-B*ALE—IfTaken at once, will seli cheap, one farai outfit consisting of a J. I. Case 10-2© gas tractor, togeth er with set of three battom power lift plows, complete with stubble and breaker bottoms, and one eight foot Minnesota binder, used this season only. Write 216 Ave. C., or call at Fanners Union Mercantile Co., Bismarck. N. D. 12-l-4t •Rftf-SALE SW~~EXCHANGE—For farm land, a 7-room house, located in the-residence section of Mandan. unencumbered. Would be willing to assume some encumbrance on the land. Address J. M. Hpckney, Hackney Biulding, St. Paul, Minne sota. 12-l-12t NEWSPAPER PUANT FOR SALE— A first-class equipped newspaper plant located in western Minnesota. Reason for selling—wish to retire from the newspaper business. Ad dres The Headlight, fearnesviile, Minn. 12-5-3t aEasBBaBSBSsasaaa Ona af the Common Follica. One ot the common follieu is to be lieve that what is called "the latest" la the best.—Albany JeornaL THEIR GUESSES ALL WRONG Students ef Physiognomy. Receive* Something of a Shock When They Learned the Truth. They wore enthusiasts in physiog nomy and phrenology and were travel ing by train. On the opposite seat wa« a mail of dowinaiuiing figure, iuusslv brow and serious expression. "What a fine expression, Arthur! 1 wish 1 knew his occupation." "Possibly lie may be a groat lawyer, Edith." "No lie's not a lawyer. There's too much Ijenevoleuce iu Hint face for a lawyer, lit mu.v he a banker." "I auj sure lie i» not. A raau willi such heavenly expression couldn't consent himself with money-getting. His aim in life ia higher/' "Well, do you tliinlc he can ho an ed itor':" '•An editor, with such a face! An editor, .saying hard things about every body, ridiculing women's dresses and abusing mothers-in-law! An editor, cutting and slushing his enemies, Hay ing public men indiscriminately and mercilessly slaughtering his best friends for the sake of a paragraph! No, Edith, he's a philanthropist. Hi* face plainly Indicates that he is all that is good, noble, pure and true." At tho next station an Inquisitive o!d fellow took a seat beside the :nan will* the noble brow and asktat him about his vocation. The couple opposite held their breath. The reply was this: "I've a saloon and a butcher shop. My wife looks after the bar and 1 do my own killinV' LOST TIME IN QUAKER CITY Calculations of Man From National Capital Caused Shock to Native Philadelphian. After stewing for 15 minutes in a telephone booth (he man frotn Wash' Ington emerged. He is a member of congress. 1 "There is service for you!" lie fal tered weakly. "I came to Philadelphia on business and I wanted to got a hit of information from your automobile club about roads and to find out fro ,i the l:4ading II' a certain irain stops at West Conshohocken. Thoso two calls —neither line was reported busy—Just ate up 15 minutes of my all too short life, reduced my weight at least a pound through perspiration and set back my temper a mile." Then this mathematical innu from the national capital assailed the slow* ness ot our telephone service. "Those t\vo culls were worlh just five minutes. At h^nae they would have tuken no longer. So 1 was robbed of ten minutes. "I figure out that If only one-half the people in I'fcllatlelplfti call on the phone but onc« every month your pop ulatlon waste* ia a year 2^5'years ot time." The conclusion was so appalling that I now hesitate'io pick up a telephone. —Glrard, In Philadelphia Public Led ger.' Bedroom Library. Every one lias favorites—favorite colorr, favorite songs, favorite places, favorite books, although, unfortunate ly, ml vantage is not given to all to indulge in them. But books all can enjoy, and even the modern business man and woman, whose excuse for reading so little is that they have no time, can secure for themselves at lea/d. .10 minutes of quiet, henelicinl reading by establishing a. "bedroom library." Bring the few favorite hooks (hat one fancies to the bedroom and there enthrone them in a place of prominence and honor. As a man—or woman—Is known by the CAthpany lie keeps, according to the old proverb, so is he known ly the books he reads, and the better the books the more con spicuous a portion should they enjoy. But lest this plan should make the room dlorderly or untidy, a hanging bookcase has been devised which forms a safe shelter for one's printed com panions and an ornament to the wall. Let It be made of wood similar to tbe bedroom set and suspended from an ordinary support or a picture molding if the room is fortunate enough to pos sess one. Two shelves would be eas ily sufficient for ordinary use, and it will be found that this method Is both convenient and ornamental. Man's Chemical Elemente. A carman investigator has recently ("vlcuiated that 100 dozen eg&s would iiold ail the chemical elements which woiild go to make up a man welghiog l".0 pounds, ailis does not mean that if you made an enormous omelet of these 1,200 eggs a man would be pro duced. It does mean that the elements in the eggs would be equal to the ele ments in this man. If a person were to eat nothing ex* cept eggs he would get just the chemi* cals needed for supporting life, but tho human system would not digest an exclusive diet like this and the person trying to live on eggs alone would soon nicken, and if the diet vcre not changed, would die. Bandits Banished From Sardinia. A glimpse of a"group of Sardiuian shepherds, clad in their shaggy sheejt skln mantles, which are supposed to ward off fevers, is enough to send a shudder dowu the »pine of a stranger who has feasted upon the out-of-.!ate tales of bandit-ridden Sardinia, hut the natives are harmless, and in spite of flielr bitter fight against heavy taxes and the relatively high cost of living, they never annoy the tourists h.v lag ging, as do so many of the people of southern Italv. Concerning the Vciuis of Milo. It Is said that the base of the Venus ©f Milo, willi the name of the sculptor npoa it, was destroyed for the purpose of deceiving a king of France Into the belief that it was more ancient than It really Is. BtSMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE Shoes Repaired Beet Equipped Shop in the Northwest L. E. Larson 4ee Main h. E. SMITH Public! Stenographer Neat, Accurate Work MRS. G. B. SHORT, JR. McKenzie Hotel Honrs 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Phone 07 Bismarck Auto Radiator Works 109 Third Street Bismarck, N. D. COLEMAN'S New and Second Hand Store PHONE 358 Frenzied Finance. Two Arnoricitn citizons of African descent were discussing tlw other day the 'state of their finances-. One of thorn proudly proclaimed himself to be the possessor of nearly $40 in hard cash. "D:it ain't nothin' at all, nig ger," retoried the other, "lteekon I had nigh to fo' hundred dollar* in the bank one time, but the doggoned Interest done eat It all up." 'A'ie Lauib. Billions in Checks. The great bid1- :,Z aii payments in tins country involve a debit on the Jooks of a bank. Mostly they are made by means of a.check, which is charged to the drawer's account. Kecorded clearings of hank checks last year amounted to a hundred and eighty-odd billion dollars. But, as we mentioned a little while ago, clearings involve only those checks that are deposited in some bunk* other than the one upon which they are drawn, and in cities large enough to maintain clearing house associations. An Investigation by lirad^treefs in 17 cities indicates that total bank debits are two an£ a half times the amount of clearings. This would imply that payments made last year through banks in cities large enough to main tain clearing house associations were nearly the Saturday Evening Post observes. Add to that payments in lesser cities, and towns, and you will have an approximately correct notion of the amount of money winch passes from one hand to another in the course of a^yoar—the amount that in one way or another we pay our selves for nil exchange of goods, serv ices and so on. It makes a prodigious pile. CORWIN MOTOR CO. BISMARCK, N. D. Jobbers LISTEN! LISTEN!! GIBSON Mandolins and Guitars on Easy Payments. See GEORGE E. BALL 319 2nd Street E ADVERTISERS below will use more than 14,000 inches in The Tribune in 1916 it's all concise, "instant at hand" information. Refer to the directory constantly. It appears every day. TAXI STLAMBERT Capital Coffee House Coffee and Soups a Specialty 302y9. Main Street Phone 497 E. B. FERGUSON, Prop. Auto Let Me Install an Electric Light Plant in Your Town 1 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 clafts Electric Light Plant installed. Drop me a line and I will call on-you. Address "25" Bismarck Tribune. REPAIRED AND REBUILT All work given a pressure test and delivered within Twenty four Hours Webb Block V|a mm urniaini Office Rooms I .mcl 2 Hughes tiuilclinu Opposite Grand Pacific Hotel. h. J. WAGNER Optical Specialist Eyes Tested and Glafscs F/tteJ, alao Glumes Changed and Rsnewed DISMARCK, N. D. I'RI Dl RICK \V. Kl lill ARCHITECT Phone 449 Auto Radiator Repairing and Rebuilding GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP. Repairing lamps, fenders tanks and wk Windshields JOHN BORTELL, 316 Main Street Phone 756v Steam Heated Garage Corwin Motor Co. CYLINDERS REBORED Fords $14 Other jobs in proportion Corwin Motor Co. Bismarck, N. D. tmxitert* SERVICE CoRW1ti MOTOR Co fctoARcxnD Transfer & storage We have unequaled facilities for moving, atoring and shipping household goods. Careful, expert, enced men alaa retail Ice and wood. WachUr Transfer Compi Phone 62 No. 202 Fifth St. Henry Burman •i "The 8hoe Hospital Man Is still at the same old ftand with his eleetrio shoe REPAIR outfit. Plenty of competent help and can do 70UR work while yon wait. Broadway Between 4th and 5th Streets Uwdartafclng- Embalming Licensed Embalmer In Charge Day Phone 50 Night Phone 687 WEBB BROTHERS Bismarck Realty Company Bismarck Bank Building CITY LOTS RENTS FARM LANDS DRAY.NG Freight and Baggage Carefully and Promptly Phone 395 Delivered J. A. GRINSTEINNER HENZLER W TIRE VULCANIZING SKATE SHARPENING Phone 7U. IIS Bosser SV. SEVEN Telephone Number 5H3 Office Hours '.) lo 12 and 1 to 5 P. M. BANNER HOUSE l»oom find Board by Day $1.00 By the Week $7.00 Boarding Stable fcr Horses in Connertion 104 MAIN ST. BISMARCK AGENTS WANTED For the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player PisnoB. G. W. COCHRANE, Wholesale and Retail Distributor. Peck's Old Music Store Grand Pacific Building COMPLETE LINE ON DI2PLAT TERMS TO SUIT build lite?' ObRWIN MOTOR CO:Eis/Wl^'D 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. AutO Kudiiilot LITTLE'S SECOND-HAND STORE Will buy, eell and exchange or rent anything. Successor to Nolan's. Phone 794 or 122X. Undertaking Parlors A. W. Lucas Company Oay Phono 465 Night Phana 717 A- W. CRAIO Llcanted Embalmor In Charge Barbie's DRY0£EANINO All DTK. WORM PHONE 394 •M Front Strati We Call for end IXttm TAXI PHONE 109 Freight and Bsggage DRAYINO Clooten's Livery Buy Tour Pleturea Frqpi The CAPITAL ART CO. 4SI Broadway We Guarantee Good Work me Prompt Delivery of Medalllone and Enlarged Portraita. An unuaually Large Selection of Mouldlnga far Framing. The Electric Shop B. K. SKEELS Everything Electrical Wiring Fixtures and Supplies Delco Farm Light Plants Phone 370 408 Broadway Old Hats Cleaned and Reblocked EAGLE SHINING PARLOR Broadway Hats Sent by Mail We Pay Postage Opposite Postoffice PIANO TUNING iiiomui Work (huranleet Rasldanee 100?, 4?a.