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MONDAY, DEC. 18, 1016.
No Advertisements Accepted
awwiw mwo
MELP WANTED MAUI
WANTED--At once »hort order cook
for Srlnter months.' Garrison cafe.
MELP WAN1KD FEMALE
"win'ITElT^Tcompetenr^iH'ISr^eS
eiiaitejfsfiiSorK.-..f#iQtte:$i#
Sixth St.
Sales Co. 12-19-tf
WANTED—Competent girt for house*
work. Mrs. W. P. Crewe, 20 Ave.
A. Phone 625. 12-16-3t
9. e. YOUNQ V-
FOR." RENT—9-room modern
house well locstedv$50.Q0.
FplNMil^plMOO acres on
ferop^ayments in various parts
of the county.
FOR 8ALE—"Several real bar
4» gains In qiiarters and* half sec-
tiohs in different parts of the
4 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.
4 FOR SALE—Riverview addl
tion lots are the best and
cheapest In the city for homes
pr inveitment. They are close
in lay well good size can be
had on very easy terms and
buyers are fully protected.
ft, |30p.00 to 1600.00.
F. E. YOUNQ
•r First National tank Bids.
W- 3 Pliones, No. 78.
4"4 4444
mp.
EOOM»POEElNT
RENT—Modern Turaished room
507 Fourth St. 12-lfr3t
FOR RENT—Modern rooms warm.
46 Main. Phone 672R. 12-15-lmo
FOfR*"RENT—Rooms for^light"housed
keeping reasonable. 18 W. Main St.
Phone 21«U. 12-l»3t
FOR'RENT—Two furnished rooma
for light housekeeping. $16.00. B.
P. Flanagan. 12-18-3t
FOR
RENT—iRoom
"T. P."
Classified Ads—Cash in Advance.
No Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M.
or
n, Mi mp lift MMtm
cii*Yrltau* most
ftafafr
addressed to the
fires,In
tie
•ro
522 Second
St.
12-15-31
FOR RENT—'Modern furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Call Sun*
day, 1100 Broadway 12-fr5«2t
FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms,
319 Seventh St. 12-lS-3t
FOR RENT—'Nicely furnished room
802 Ave. B. Phone 528.
FOR RfcNT—Furnisned room sis
Fifth St. Modern. 12 12-6t
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room
1n modern house. Write No. 43
j.,,, care Tritaae^ ,12-I44t
FOR RENT—Light housekeeping
roomsi. 422 12th St. Phone 494U.
tr.- 12-l^tt
FOR RENT—Fnrhished room all,
modern hot water heat. 814 Ave
B. Phone 384R. 12-l^ltto
D^T.OWEItf.A£0.
Real Eatate and Farm Leans
FOR SALE—At a bargain, two choice
50-ft, lots, facing south on Ave. A
^'MlrtiipldMfere Ja». 1.
We have several 10 and 324 acre
tracts for sale very easy terms.
It will pay yon to call and talk it
over witb os. Land values are en­
hancing every day.'
FOR SALE—Oae*tory 4-room cot­
tage south froat 75-ft. lot price
$1,500 cash, balance on easy
tenia.
FOR •AiX-Beaitlfnl comer lot
cl^se in magnificent corner for
apartment houe or flats. 12-9-tf
City Farm Loana. Insurance.
EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT
MERCHANTS CREDIT COMPANY
OF NORTH DAKOTA.
WANTED—Experienced all-round in­
surance man for in and out of of
flee $125 to start.
WANTED—Store department manag­
er German preferred $75 to start.
WANTED Experienced stenogta
pher high grade position $75.
WANTED—For high grade store, of
fice or bank help, addrets filnploy
ment Department, Merchants Cred­
it Company of TXorth Dakota. Bis­
marck, N. Dak. '':v- 12-1 K-tf
BISMARCK, N.%ak.
rESTRAY NOTICE—One
with
black mare,
white stripe in forehead,
weight
about 1100 lbs. one black
gelding, with white stai* in fore­
head, weight about 1300 tba. one
bay gelding, with two white hind
legs, weight about 1200 lbs. John
Pleinis, Pettlbone, Kidder County,
N. D. 12-«-12t
Till Forbidden
ABVIHTW MTBAY ANIBALb.
aul
Id. Trlbnis *a-
ttoyse al* met permitted to tall who
Hr iiMTtlir It. Mail or
sw*-foar
geaeai to Tfilmne Tin
fiSew ptnyot
aefet advertise
tie
HMr
or$24
,i2-ia-«t
WANTED—Good Catholic housekeep­
er references required. Write Tri­
bune 44. 12-14-14t
W ANTED—A. cook at HotePjCoIehar
bor, N. Dak: lM4 lmo
WAWT^o—'Experienced competent
stenographer for permanent posi­
tion good wages. Lahr (Motor
eafeN
tm daya la som#newapapar.
most aJae wlthintan daja •—iaottoe
of advertisement to
tor til aaotherfev
to the vwmlsslonor afileeltare at
Btsmaiek. yon fall to dothle»
pn
te nt into trouble..
WORK WANTED
WANTlEOr—Work. Colored woman
wants t'6 take care of dinner parties
and receptions also, to go out
working by the day. Phone 732L.
1218-6t
WANTEO—iBoy of 18 wants a place
to work for board and room while
attending Pisinarek Business Col­
lege. Address 46, care Tribune.
12-18-6t
WANTED—Work, by married map.
who works, from 6:00 to 12 00 at
night. Wait! steady work iduriw
afternoons. .^Address N'o. 40, Trib*
•one. 12-12flt
P08ITI0NB WANTED
POSITION WANTED—By experienc­
ed porter. Phone 59$U. lt-18-6t
P08ITI0N WANTED—Young man
wishes to work for board while at­
tending college. Address 42 Tri­
bune. 12-16-41
J. H. HOLIHAN.
FOR SALE—House of 5 rooms and
bath east front. $2,200 will take
auto as part payment
FOR SALE—New"bungalow 5 rooms
and fcth. $3,000.
FOR TRADE—Moving picturq show
a money maker. J.,H. HoHban,
Lucas Block Phone 745
LOST—Between the Will school and
Avenue A and 2nd St. a family pho
fot- binder will leave at the frl-
BOTJIEE POl SALE
V^OR SALE—Four-room house near
gOlf Hh)tsr« WOcKg fromv pogtofflce
city water. C*sh or easy terms. F'.
W. Murphy, 204 Mah» lM«-6t
iFOR RENT—Seven-room house
modern. Phone 673W 11S Thayer
St. 12-l&-2t
FOR RENT—House at 711 «}th' 9t. Xp:
ply to B. K, Skeels, 408 Broadway.
12-lMt
FOR-RENT—7-room, strictly modern
house immediate possession. Ap­
ply O. J. Keenan. 12-16-6t
FOR R'E'NT—'Modern house well lo­
cated. Geo. M. Register.. 12-15-3t
FOR RENT—Modern six-room house,
with bath. 418 12th fit. !2-14-6t
PM RENT—-Furnished 4keem iMoae
modern after Jan. 1st. Apply P.
O. Box 119. Phone 594.: 12-12 6t
HARViV HARRIB A CO.
J. 9. Jaekaen, Mgr.
32S ACRCB-^GIeee ff» town. wOh
creek on both quarters good soil
rery fine for a «nan with stock, A
real: barMUn.
1M 'ACRES—Good soil Ues excep
tionally well nice grove of trees
not far from a loading station. A
good piece of property that can be
bought at a low price.
A large list of houses and lots for
sale in all parts of the city.
HARVEY HARRIS A CO.
FOR SALE—Ford roadster in good
condition. Writer 45 care Tribune.
12-16-6t
FOR BALE—Baby buggy, in first-class
condition. PHone 615L.
FOR SALE—Fumed oak dining room
suitj 611 Front St" 12-15-3t
FOR nALE—French poodles. iPnone
325X. 12-15J9t
POR ftAL^ —watKiot' remedies ex
tracts and spices, delivered 8 West
iMaitr street. Phone 212U. 12-16-3t
FOR~rilGH-GRADE office or store
kelp, address Employment Depart­
ment, Merchants Credit Company,
Bismarck, N. D. 12-12-6t
FDR BALE—Lady's fUr lined coat
black martin collar big bargain.
Far store. 418 Broadway. _l2-ljMt
For*"SALE—Pure strained'honey at
wholesale price. Phone 654R.
12-12-lt
FOR BACfe—^One yonng cow will
^oon be fresh. Phone Harry Clough,
534Z.
7T"BA#K$»1il=rm$S IWI iFOR
SALE OR TRAOE-tWeight about
1500 lbs. Address Lock Box 14,
Bismarck. l2-12-3t
FOR BALE—Three suits, size 40,
used, In fair condition one worn
Ohly a few times and overcoat, sise
40, good as new. Hurry. Klein the
Tailor. 12-ll-4t
FOR BALE OR EXCHANGE—For city
property, a 191$ high class roadfter.
Write P. O. Bos 2SC. 1W-1*
IALE8MEN WANTED
WANTED—Salesmen to seU/direct to
constun#, on comailSfitdn MVS,'gro­
ceries, oils and paint for the best
and oldest Chicago house. Write
Harper Bros.' Co., -Chicago. 111.
12-14-lmo
•anBassaanH
EOARDEES WANTED
WAMTCD—Roomers and~boarders in
private home. Apply 5i6 9th St.
12-16-6t
ANNUAL ELECTION OF OIRECTORS
BI8MARCK BUILDING A LOAN
ASSOCIATION.
The annual election of directors of
this association will be held at the of­
fice of the secretary in room 11 in the
First, National Bank bulldng, Bis
marelk.tNorth Dakota, on January 8th,
1917r from -7:30 p. m. to 9:00 p. m.
P. L. CONKLIN,
Secretary.
CERTIFICATE.
This is to certify that the Western
Sales Company is a co-partnership do­
ing business in the State of North Da­
kota and that the names in full of all
the members of the said partnership
and the place of their residences are
as follows, to-wit:
F. O. Hellstrom, Bismarck, N. D.
L. E. Opdyke. Bismarck, N. D.
and that they are engaged in business
and transacting business' as" the West­
ern Sales Company with its principal
place of business at Bismarck, In the
County of Burleigh, State of North
Dakota.
Hated this 29th day of November,
AD. 1910.
F. O. HELLSTROM,
L. E. OPDYKE.
MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS.
The regular annual meeting of tne
stockholders of the First National
Bank of Bismarck for the election of
directors for the ensuing year will be
held at the bank between the hours of
11 and 12 o'clock a. m. on Tuesday,
Jan. 9, 1917.
:. C. B. LITTLE,
ia, President.
NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS.
The annual meeting of the share­
holders of the City National Bank of
Bismarck for the election of direct­
ors and other business, will be held in
the bank rooms, Blsasarck, North Da­
kota, Tuesday, January 0, 1917, at
nine o'clock a. m.
Dated December 18, A. D. 1916.
GEORGE GUS8NER,
12:18-25-1-8 Administrator.
First publication on the 18th day of
December, A. D. 1916.
Barley
Barley Choice ....
Rye
Rye to arr
Flax
Flax to arr
December
May
Jnly
Close 1:50 p. m.
Close 1:56 p. m.
1
ORADf MARKETS
MINNEAPOLIS.
No. 1 Hard 171*0176%
No. 1 Northern 168%@171%
No. 1 Nor. Choice 174%'
No. 1 Nor. to arr ....... 167%@170%
No. 1 Nor. Choice to arr 172%
No. 2 Northern 163% @169%
No. 3 Wheat 146%@1«6%
No. 2 Most. Hard .... 163%® 166%
No. 2 Mont. Hard to arr 163%
No. 1 Durum 170%:
No. 1 Durum Choice .... 174%'
No. 1 Durum to arr .... 169%'
No. 1 Dur. Choice to arr 174%
No. '2 Durum 164% @169%
No. 3 Yellow Corn .... 89%@ 90%
No. 3 Yellow Corn to arr 89%
Other Grades Corn
NoT 4 Yellow Corn to arr
No. 2 Mont. White Oats
No. 3 White Oats ....
No. 3 White Oats to arr
No. 4 White Oats
78 @87
87%:
51% 63%
48 48%
48
46%:@ 47%
79 @103
103 @112
129 @130
129 @130
284%@2«9%
284% @28#%'
168%'
171%
165%
DULUTH.
December 168%'
May 171%!
July 1®7%,
No. 1 Hard on trk 170'%!
Xo. 1 Northern on trk .. 169%
No. 2 Northern on trk... 1«1%@166%,
No. 3 Northern on trk .. 141%@161%
No. 1 Northern to arr... 169%
No. 2 Mont. Hard on trk 164%i
No. 2 Mont. Hard to arr 164%!
No. 1 Spot Durum .... 172%# 174%
No. 2 Spot Durum 164%@169%
No. 1 Spot Durum to arr 172%@174%
December 172%:
May 174ifc
Oats on trk and to arr.. 47 47%
Rye on trk and to arr.. 129 @130
Barley on trk 70 @108
Flax on trk and to arr.. 288%
Choice Flax on trk .... 289
December 285%
May 291%'
CATTLE MARKETS
ST. PAUL.
HOGS—Receipts.
23,800. Market, 10c
lower. Range, $9.25 to $9.65 balk,
$9.40 to $9.50.
CATTLE—Receipts, 4500. Killers,
steady to 10c lower. Steers. $4.25 to
$10.25 cows and heifers. $4.75 to
$7.50 calves, steady at *4.25 to $11 25-
8HEEP—'Receipts.
6200. Market,
steady. Lambs. $7.00 to $12.»n weth­
ers. $6.00 to $9.00 ewe?. $5.50 to
$8.50.
CHICAGO.
HOGS—Receipts. 69,000. Market,
low at Saturday's average. Bulk,
$9.70 to $10.10 light, $9.50 to $9-90
mixed, $150 to $10.15 heavy, $9.«5
W^F
1i?V -r
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
h. E. SMITH
MS'*
J. A. GRAHAM,
Cashier.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Matter of the Estate of John
Deibele, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given by the tinder
gigged George Guasner, administrator
oftke estate of John Deibele, late of
the City of Bismarck, in the County of
Burleigh^ and State of North Dakota,
deceased "to the creditors of, and all
persons having claims against, said
d&etfsed, to exhibit them with the
necessary vouchers, within four
months after the first publication of
this notice, to said administrator at
the office of F. E. McCurdy, in the City
of Bismarck, in said Burleigh counay,
North Dakota.
COLEMAN'S
New and Second Hand 8tor«
PHONE 368
UfEBP—Receiptst'l ^2®00. Market,
weak. Wethers, '$8.85 to $0.70 lambs,
$11.00 to $13,25.
CARSOff HAD TEIPERATURE
BBYAH wmm
Bureau Director Roberts' Report
Tells Some Inside Facts
About October
Carson's feverish interest in the
Grant county division project and the
location of the new county seat result­
ed
.October
i( Director Roberts of the
North Dakota section of the weather
bureau finds, in that little city having
the greatest range of temperature in
the atate, 57 degrees, which is some
variation for »£ingle day. Carson al­
so had on that date the highest tem­
perature in North Dakota, 85 degrees
in the shade. October, 1916, was the
coldest in the climatological history of
North Dakota, with but two excep­
tions, the Octobers of 1898 and 1913.
The lowest temperature for the
month, two below, was exceeded but
twice, in 1885, when the mercury hit
12 below, and in 1911, when it drop­
ped to 11. The mean temperature for
the state was 40, which is not nearly
so mean as Forrest Crissey would
make it, were he writing weather for
North Dakota.
At Wiiliston there was a wind move­
ment during the month sufficient to
have moved that city 6,053 miles from
there, had it not been firmly anchored
in jyilUams county, and the Wiiliston
movement was a gentle zephyr com­
pared with the big wind at. Devils
Lake, which blew 8,293 miles during
the month. While no note is made of
the fact in Observer Roberts' report,
it may be recalled that William Jen­
nings Bryan w$s campaigning in this
section during October.
Old King Sol sulked a little during
the month, giving us 11 cloudy days,
eight partly cloudy and but 12 up to
the North Dakota standard of crystal
clear sunshine. There was little pre­
cipitation, and weather was fine for
late threshing but poor for fall plow­
ing.
TO MAKE COA8T
STATIONS SAFE
Washington, Dec: 18— America's
coast defense stations along the At­
lantic and Pacific are to be made safe
from any naval attack,. Major Gen­
eral Weaver today told the house mil­
itary committee.
"Our coast defense is now able to
ward off any attack we can conceive
of," he told the committee.
"Within a year, thousands of guns
will be installed in stations not now
possessing sufficient armament."
'ME 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
Phone 57
Tlambert
Capital Coffee
House
Coffee and Soups a Specialty
302y9i Main Street
Phone 497
E. B. FERGUSON, Prop.
Automobile
Radiators
REPAIRED AND REBUILT
All «r«rk given a pressure test and delivered within Twenty.
four Hours
iisiharck Auto Radiator Works
100 Third Street Bismarck, N. D.
L.
to. $1,0.10^. XMfgh, $9.05. to .$fc8« pigs,
$7.35 to $$PT
CATTLE-—Receipts,
28,000. Market
weak. Native beet' steers, $7.00 to
$ll fa western steers, $7.00 to $10.10
atookers and fevers, $5.^0 to $8.10
con and heifers, $3.8*5 to $10.00
cplxea, $8.&0 to }$12J0 ..
CORWIN MOTOR CO.
BISMARCK, N. 1.
Jobbers
LISTEN! LISTEN!!
GIBSON
Mandolins and Guitars on Easy
Payments.
See
GEORGE E. BALL
319 2nd Street
Shoes Repaired
East Equipped Shop in the
Northwest
L.
E
Larson
40S Slain Street
CITY LOTS
DRAYING
Freight and Baggage
Carefully and Promptly
Phone 395 Delivered
Nifirm
Office
Rooms 1 and 2
Hughes Building
Opposite
Grand Pacific
Hotel
H. J. WAGNER
Optical
Specialist
Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted, also
Classes Chantfed and Renewed
BISMARCK, N. D.
FRfDrRICK W. KEITH
ARCHITECT
Webb Black Phone 449
Auto Radiator Repairing
and Rebuilding
jiiaiiaioTf! GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP. Repairing lamps, fenders tanks and
KJtepnirliiglsf i.•_!_*
Windshields
JOHN BORTELL, 316 Main Street Phone
^IlL
BUILD
CORWIN MOTOR CO Kiswwf* ND
Steam Heated
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 jobi in proportion
Corwin Motor Co.
Bismarck, N. D.
"£x,'0c"
SERVICE
Corwin *AotorCo
Transfer & storage
We have unequaled facilities for
moving, storing and shipping
household goods. Careful, expert
enced men also retail let and
wood.
Wachttr Transfer Comp»
Phono C2 No. 202 Fifth St.
Henry Burman
"The Shoe Hospital Man"
I« still at the same old itaad
with Ida electric shoe REPAIR
outfit. Plenty of competent
help and can do TOUR work
while yon wait.
Broadway
Between 4th and 5th Streets
UndTtiklnf
Bismarck Realty Company
J. A. GRINSTEINNER
Embalming
Licensed Embalmer In Charge
Day Phono GO Night Phone M7
WEBB BROTHERS
Bismarck Bank Building
RENTS FARM LANDS
C. W. HENZLER
TIRE VULCANIZING
SKATE SHARPENING
Phone TIB. Ill Rooer M.
SEVEN
'•d 'lit',
Telephone Number
533
Office Hours
9 to 12 and
1 to 5
P. M.
BANNER HOUSK
J?oom and Board by Day $1.00
liy the Week $7.00
Boarding Stable fer Horses in
Connection
104 MAIN ST. BISMARCK
AGENTS WANTED
For the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player Pianoi.
d, W. COCHRANE, Wholesale and Retail Distribmtor.
Peck's Old Music Store Grand Pacifio Building
COMPLETE LINE ON DIIPLAT TERMS TO SUIT
Auto
uitdhum
JiOpninnu
LITTLE'S SECONDHAND STORE
Will buy, sell and exchange or rent
anything. Successor to Nolan's.'
Phone 794 or 132X.
Undertaking Parlors
A. W. Lucas Company
Day Phono 4I& Night Phone 717
A. W. CRAIG
Licensed Embalmer In Charge
Barbie's
DRY CLEANING
DYE WORSE
PHONE 394
Ml Front Street
Ws Call for and Deliver
TAXI
PHONE 105
Freight and Baggage
.DRAYING
Clooten's Livery
Buy Tour Pictures From The
CAPITAL ART CO.
401 Broadway
Wa Guarantee Good Work and
Prompt Dollvery of Medallione and
Enlarged Portraits. An unusually
Largo Selection of Mouldings for
Framing.
The Electric Shop
B.K. SKEELS
Everything Electrical
Wiring Fixtures and Supptieg
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
LLlOmUl
W«k G«iaafteei(
Risliiiu 1002, ivt.C

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