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N •r •f'* .'1 ::T 1 pij» a (. "SP TUESDAY, DEC. 26, 1916 t- now to AMtwiit mjm x0t. »ffl fonraii it to tMadfertWir. jjlJWANTEPmUl tWANTED—Pastry coOk Cafei- WANTED—Men who desire to earn over $125.00 per month write u* to day for position as salesman every opportunity for advancement. Cen tral Petroleum Co., Cleveland, O. 12-26-lt TRACTOR SCHOOL—The Twin City Tractor school is conducted in con nection with ope of the world's larg est tractor shops, affording practi cal and inexpensive instruction in all branches of tractor operation and care.. Terms start Jan. 2, Fob. 5, March 12. Small tuition fee. Enter any*jda3T first" week of term. Free catalog. Minneapolis Steel & Mach. Co., 29th St. and Minnehaha Ave. Minneapolis,. Minn, l?-Sj6-5t •ELFWANTlD WANTED—Girl f6r general -hoiise wbrk. AptJy,iA!. J. Arnot, first Na tional Bank. 12-26-3t WANTED—Good Catholic housekeep er references required. Write Tri __ bun»,4it,',r, 12-14:14t WANTED—A cook at HoteTColehar bor, N. Dak. 12-14-lmo WANTED—Experienced competent stenographer for permanent posi tion good wages. Lahr iMotor Sales Co. 12-M-tf WOMEN WANTED—Full time $15* spare time, 25c an hour, selling guar anteed Weir Proof hosiery to wear er experience unecessary. Wear F. E. YOUNG I^O.R SALE—7-room, modern boiise .. vfull era |4«ak»* 8 basement, garage, 75-foot ^outh front, close in $3800 900 cash, bal ance on easy payments at 6 per .cent. FOR SALE—7-room modern house full basement, 75-foot east front '$3350. #OR SAUE—s-room thoroughly mod em house, full basement, two bath jrooms, bedroom down stairs,- first floor oak finish, hot water heat thin is without doubt the very cheapest house in the city and is one of the biggest bargains offered for a long time $3700 for a quick sale. 1f5R 8ACE—riots on Fourth street, sotith of the North Ward school .. Jthese are the very cheapest lots on the street and are bargains at $2100. COR SALE—iUverview Addition lop have gone fiftftr than Y?Av .\. 52^ A t-7V No Advertisements Accepted "T.-'f^"SStt' Forbidden Classified Ads—Cash in kimm No AdsAcceptedafterSixO'clock P. M. *1* iM irtUi ...iiatona or «»iivfiiMM aatt a* •pavft by letter addmut to the a§a|erglra tntto ad. to tmo at Runge's is 12-26-2t «nr 4 3 Phones, No. 7g. lots In the city the past year they are the cheapest tildse in lots ih Bismarck buyers are fully protected. Prices, $300 to $600 for lots 50 to 75 feet wide and full depth. F. E. YOUNG Flrat National Bank Bldg. 4 AQKMTi SiMne cuts coal bills ss coal, clinkers and everr coai consumer wants uarlnteed trial proves it County Agents, "Koal •Bradley Beach, X. J. 12-26-lt .^IrooiPt roBiiHT FOR RENT—8-room modern- house Ninth street. Phone 477L. FOR RE NT—'Bungalow, partly mod ern. ^^^th St. .. 12-22-6t WAWTiP WANTED—Salesmen to sen direct to consumer, oii Commission basis, gro ceries, oils and paint for the best and oldest Chicago Bouse. Write Harper Bros. Co., Chicago. III. D. T. OWENS A CO. Real Estate and Farm Leant FOR SALE—At a bargain, two choice 50-ft lots, fadag south on Ave. A must be sold before Jan. 1. We have several 1«0 and 320 acre tracts for sale on very easy terms. It will pay you to oil ud talk it over with us. Land values are en hancing every day. FOR SALE—One ttory 4-reom, cot tage south front 75-ft. lot price $1,500 cash, balance on easy terms. FOR SALE—Beautiful corner lot close in magnificent corner for apartment home or flats. 12-9-tf City A Farm Loana.. Insurance, EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT MERCHANTS CREDIT COMPANY OF NORTH DAKOTA. WANTED—A-l clothing and shoe man, German, $90. Lumber yard manager, German preferred. Exper ienced tinner and furnace man. Em ployment Dept. Merchants Credit Company of North Dakota, Bis marck, N. D. 12-20-tf BISMARCK, N. Dak. 4 Aovtimai atttiAY AKiiA^u tii teri ii mttH:ilw Dr) of iireHlM tor m4 Tribuneun» poyeear* iot penalttet to tell *h© aiotfc WOW WANTED WAMTHHBdy of 18 Wants a place to work for hoard and .room while attending Bismarck (Business Col lege. Address 46, care Tribune t:- lM&-6t \yA^TED—Man cookwants *rqrk In commercial hotel. Address No, 50, Trihnhe. lZ-ifc-Gt mmmmaBmaBBUBmn HARVEY HARRIS 4 C0. J. F.'ilaeksoot Mgiy 320 ACRES—Close to tdirn, with creek on both quarters good soil very fin^ for a man with stock, A real bargain 160"ACRES—Good soil HQs excep tionally well nice grove .of trees not: far from .a loading station, A good piece of property tbfct can be bought at a low price. A large list of houses and lots tor sale in all p'arts of the city. HARVCY HARRIS CO. HOOMBI FO» Ull FOR 8ALE—Four-room bouse near golf links, 11 blocks from pogtofflce city water.- Cash or easy, terms. F. W. Murphy, J04 jJJfrin ait... 12-lfc6t mmmmtccasm&scaaasimamm IOOMSFOB1ENT FOR^RENT—Two rooms in modern house handy to eapitol and one block from pja^^ne. Moule» 1029 5th St. FOR RENT—Sultfc, ,af .^ye modern, rooms. Address1 No. Tribune 12-23-6t FOR RENT—Furnished room mod: ern 312 Eighth St. Phonfe j|3gli, RO~OMS witlTbdard. 61976th gt» 'f.- 12-22-6f FOR RENT —Furnished ropm in tood ern house. Apply 801 Fifth St., or 'phone 242R. 12-20-4t FOR RENT-*-Fumished rooms. Phone 329R. 12'20-6t FOR REVlT—Modern furnished-*light housekeeping rooms. Phone G5&Y. 1220-ltno EM rtEfriT-EWnlshed room. &U 5th St. 12-mt FOR RENT—Modern rooms warm. 46 Main. Phone 672R. 12-15-lmo FOR RENT—Splendid, warm, ,|^od ern rooms for light housekeeping ,. 12-246t FOR E Nf—tTghT^KmisekeepIng rooms. 42142th St Phone 494U. 12-13-6t FOR RENT—Furnished room all modern hot water heal, 814 Ave B. Phone 3MB. id sacks WANTED—Empty- secondj' of all kinds. Ceo. Gi: FOR SALE-rrOne electric washing machine 208 Thayer. Phone 389K. 12.«MSt ir, i2-26-6t HIBH 6BAPt oflctS store, or hank help address Vpiployment Dept., Merchants Credit. Company of North Dakota, BWmaMc. X. D. 1 12-20-tf POPTKOT WAICTP SITUATION WANTED—Locksmith, young iiiifn, wishes position in hard ware store can grind skates, lawn movers do bell hanging, repairing experience behind. counter will go anywhere. Wm. A/Flnsel, Elizabeth, N. JL'„„Q. 12-26-lt BOABDIX# WAHTID Rt6M ANtt iOAltft for young couple, or two youhg laHtef, in private fain lly. Write ol care Tribune. 12-26 31 WAWTED—Rpomers and boarders, ai 208 Thayer close in. Phone 389K. 12-20-ima MLK OF LAND. Notice is Hereby Given, That under authority of ah Offer of Sale granted by the Honorable H. C. Bradley, Jadge of the Couaty ^oort of the County of Burlsliih, in the gtate of Worth DakoW dUkted.4le 19th day of Decern be r# A. D. 19rt,'the undersign eq. the Cxecuk^ .^f the Estate'of. An drew Larson, late of the town of Bald' win, in. th^ Gptipty of Burleigh, and State of Norti^ Dakota, Deceased, will sell at priirat^ Sale to the highest bid der, for $asl|^:«iibject to confirmation by the Judge of said County Court, the foUow^nfcjtetycribed land to-wit: South Halt. of Sorthwest Quarter'(S1^ of NW44) and East Half of Southwest Quarter 9#all of Section Twenty-six (See. $6) of Township One Hundred. Forty-one (Twp. 141) North, of Range seventy-nine (Rge. 79) con taining ISO acres more or less. The sale will be made on or after the 10th day of January, A. D. 1917. All bfds must be In writing and may be left at Baldwin State Bank, Bald win, N. £., or at office of H. C. Brad ley, County Judge, in City of Bis marck, No. Dak., or delivered to the undersigned personally. AUG. E. JQHNSOX* Executor under Last Will of Andrew Larson, beceased. Washburn, N. D. Dated Dec. 15th, A. D. 1916. (lM92«-2. I LAW HAS PROVED BENEFICIAL ,• British Employers of Wabeit Oiv* Car dial Indorsement te thi.".Dayll Saving*' Proportion. r. ..i ,yV--' Inquiries in the leading centers el industry indicate that the operai ion ot the sumiaertitne act is, among., ottyet results,, haviiig the effect of increasing the output in ehips'ards and engineer ing worlf*. says the London Tithes. On the-northeast coast some of the yard!) have been able to arrange additional spalls of daylight overtime, and in oi&£r establishments there has been •n incr&ise.ih output owing to the f:u-i that there trie in the aggregate a large number of fextru hours when, the work can he carried on without the aid 01 artificial light and with a lessened sense of fatigue. If statistics can be kept which •ill enable comparisons to he instituted be tween the output of the present sum mer .and -the Corresponding period oi last year it /is believed that the com parison will he all to the advantage oi the pi'eseut year. Addltioaal evidence of the benefit oi the act from the Industrial standpoint comes from the railways. It has been stated in the official, organ of the Na tional JUnion of Rail way men that tlu alteration of the clock has been fol lowed by an Improvement ia the work ing of ipng-distance night goods trains. It lias been found that the extra hout of dnylipht has enabled the trains tc ma(^e up and loaded in less time, and there is a general feeling in rail way clrclpa that the summertime acl liiould/i'Otne into permanent operation aft it W0ttW fnabie. the work qf raiiwaj spoils yards to. be conducted witt greater, rapidity and safety. A point which seems to appeal to tlu men -wiiQ-are ou un eight-hour shift is that, whatever the turn of duty tc vvhlch they are assigned, tliey eithei bcfilh cr finish work lit daylight. This may- seem to be a small untt^unimpor Uuit wa^er, but the fact t^at it has ?au|ed cjar^ient among a large bod) oi Workers i^veais. an unex)ected di rection iu: which putting working hour In advance of solar tiuie has provec beneficial. PUT UNITED STATES FIRST Spanish.Americans In New Mexlcc Have Nothing in Common With People Acres* the Border. It 1* absurd to talk about any com in\iuity Of interest, syn^pathy or fel-. low .fueling for. oltl:Alfcxlc« Mexfcaiu' niiiong the native ^opltvof' fhis state 'infl tli- averse' Js'w Mexlot SpatlMn-kinerlcan doiait't? Miie kindlj to,4oi^|la^(i In Ibftvanie (category TMe Araw Mexico iiatitef live "close mwlnl* .lhoyare jti!tcnst'ly local In their affiliations and their loyaltj is based simply on the fact that theii home ia tlie Ilnited States. New Mex Ico ls their home state and they Uv largely in the same spot where theii fon^fathers have lived for centuries With Mexico they have no more tiei than with .any other foreign country 'save tjjat- they speak (he sirae laa ^*.tv/.'isi»e5fi|ct that the notlyo peo ple havo furaf"tied three-companies oi the ??utkjiul.Gunnl nt- the border and that the^ptmish-Amerlran company ic Santn Fe went off wMh "k larger Initial nuniher rtf reerults thari any othei company In (be state ought to.'t#Iuf« rtdeiit tinswer to these intimations. A well-known wool grower deciarec that In (h®. laniblng season, when large extra number of hands Is em* oloyedw he neycr uses old Mexico lahoi for the reason that the peons are lazy and Inefficient and never get Rloni with the native New Mexico laborers by rea-.on of. the deep-seated antipathy of the latter to the Mexicans:.—Santa Fe N^w Mexican. tsldler Didn't Impreee Her. Field Marshal' isiir BVelyh Wood, who, at the age of seventy-nine, has wwiitiy pontrlfwitert- some cleverly written articles to^ the periodical press, tells this story: Antentertalnment was given in his honor ut bls Norfolk home on his re turn from Egypt. Among the crowd assemble*! on the occasion was the wife of an agricultural laborer. She was very eager to know Sir Evelyn Wood, and a bystander pointed him nit to her. "V/iiat!" she exclaimed, in amaze* "tr "fliat little man General Wood! my old man could clout (thrash) V"\vr," said Sir Evelyn, as he eon 'Ills story, "had I felt mora x.itlated." ficking a "Peieh." "Marcelln?" "Yes. Waverly—* "Where is the milk?" "RiRht there in the bottle." "This one?" "No, the next one. That Is Just like, you." "Whut is?" "To roa. rlgjht over the sweet one and ftk-k the sour one. You always ilo that," "Not always." "I'd like to know when yon didn't." "When I got you." "Hub "When I got yon, Mnrcella, I reached r»ver a whole bunch of lemons and picked a peach.". "Oh, Wnverly!" Chicago Dally News. Delayed Decisions. "It took a long time to decide the election." "Yes," replied Senator Sorghum "it tteems thfct youje got to stop nnd hold an investiiattMk of nenrTy cireifk thing at the present time." Their Derivation. Ills. Rlunderby (to her caller)—"My pister has named her four children, lllrlam. Both, Dhvid. and Susannah, •ii after Bibulous characters."—Bos ton Tranacript BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE A"' t- L. E. SM1T COLEMAN'S New and Second Hand Store PHONE 358 ,R|SP4IR*D I 'n co'n' 109 tli^ Street Named Defendants, Greeting: You, atid each of you, are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of the above named plaintiff, which is on file in the Office of the Clerk of the Distrifct Court in and for the County of Burleigh and State of North Dakota, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscribers at their office within, thirty (30) days after the service Of this summons up on you, exclusive of the day of such service and y'6i| are further notified that it you fail t0 appear or answer 9s above required,..plaintiff will tuke judgment .against you by default for the relief demanded In the complaint. Dated at Bismrack, North Dakota, this 16th day of November, A. D. 1916. LINDE MURPHY, Attorneys for Plaintiff, Office and Postoffice. Bismarck, N. D. NOTICE OF NO PERSONAL CLAIM AND DESCRIPTION OF LAND TO WHICH IT RELATES: To the Above Named Defendants: You. and each of you, will hereby take notice that this action is brought to quiet title to, and fexclude the de fendants from any interest ih or lien upon specific real property in this state, towU: Section Twenty-five (25), Township One Hundred Thirty eight (138). Range Seventy-six (76), Burleigh County, North Dakota and that no personal claim is made against either.Or any of the above named defendants. LlttDfe & MURPHY, Attorneys for Plaintiff, Office and Postoffice, Bismarck, N. D. (11-28—5-12-19-26-2) NOTICE OF MEETING OF STOCK. HOLDERS. Notice is hereby given that the reg ular annual meeting, of the stockhold ers of the Dakota Printing & Station ery company will be held at the office of the said company at Bismarck, North Dakota, on Tuesday, the sec ond day of January, 1917, at three o'clock in the afternoon, for the elec tion of directors of the company and for the transaction of such oilier bus iness as may lawfully come before such meeting. Notice is also given that the books of the company for the transfer of stock will he closed for five days pre vious to said annual meeting. E. A. MORRISSEY, 12-19-26 Secretary. Dated at Bismarck, X. D., December 16, 1916. PICKED UP—ESTRAY A chestnut bay gelding: weight 1,150 to 1,200 white star on forehead over nine years old. 12-2:1-30-6 L. J. GARSKE. PICKED UP, ESTRAY. Black mare, about 7 years old, white star on face, white on left hind foot. LOUISOLSEX, Menoken, X. D. (12—19, 26 1—2) tl i)t h*»7o I'-M'Mu ?«J 'J' TAXI Phone 5 7 STTAMBERT Capital Coffee House Coffee and Soups a Specialty 302% Main Street Phone 497 E. B. FEEGUS0N, Prop. Auto Kadirtloi AND REBUILT A^ W(»k givex^jj^fiitti^ iest and delivered, within Twenty. 4 Bismarck Auto Radiator Works SUMMONS State of North Dakota, County of Bur leigh, sk: In District Court, Sixth Judicial Dis trict. Stella N. Lincoln, formerly Stella M. Ch$n?y, PlaintJLff, Vs iyifrspfr, Lehman, and Investors' Mort- (tage Security Company, a corpora tion. Defendants. State of NOrth Dakota to the Above CORWIN MOTOR CO. BISMARCK, N. D. Jobbers LISTEN! LISTEN!! GIBSON Mandolins and Guitars on Easy Payments. See GEORGE E. BALL 319 2nd Street Shoes Repaired Best Equipped Shop in ths Northwest L. E. Larson 4M Main Mnri CITY LOTS DRAYING Freight and Baggage Carefully and Promptly Phone 395 Delivered J. I Oi I miII© rmm 'HE ADVERTISERS below will use more than 14,000 inches in The Tribune in 1016 it's all concise, "instant at hand" information. Refer to the ctifiltory constantly, It appears every day. ii Bismarck, N. Office Rooms 1 and 2 Hughes Building Opposite Grand Pacific Hotel H. J. WAGNER Optical Specialist Eyes Terici and Glasses Fitted, also Glasses Chanfed 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 ^ILL BUILD CORWIN MOTOR Co. NG Steam Heated Oarage We can handle a limited number of cars for storage this winter. Oui\ 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. ^W^rARTS*«f/W "J&xtic" AiT 0R\ service Corwim .Motor Co Transfer & storage We have unequaled facilities for moving, storing and shipping household goods. Csreful, expert, snced men also retail Ice and wood. Wachter Transftr Comp. Phone 62 No. 202 Fifth St. Henry Biirman "The Shoe Hospital Man" Is still st the same old stand with his electric shoe REPAIR outfit. Plenty of competent help aad can do TOUR work vhile yon wait. Broadway Bismarck Bank Building A. GRINSTEINNZR Between 4th and 6th Street* Undartaklng- Embalming Licensed Embalmer In Charge Day Phone 50 Night Phone 687 WEBB BROTHERS Bismarck Realty Company RENTS FARM LANDS C. W. HENZLER TIRE VULCANIZING SKATE SHARPENING Phons7M. •IS ai SEVEN Telephone Number 533 Office Hours 0 to 12 and 1 to 5 P. M. BANNER HOUSK Room and Board by Day $1.00 By the Week $7.00 Boarding Stable fcr Horses in Connection 104 MAIN: ST. BISMARCK 1 AGENTS WANTED For the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player Planoc. O. W. COCHRANE, Wholesale and Retail Distributor. Peck's Old Music Store Grand Pacific Building COMPLETE LINE ON DISPLAT TERMS TO BUR Auto KudlUlO! Jtoprunng LITTLE'S SECOND-HAND STORE Will buy, sell and exchange or rent anything. Successor to NoUn't. Phone 794 or 132X Undertaking Parlors A. W. Lucas Company Day Phone 46B Night Phono 717 A- W. CRAIG Licensed Embalmer In Charts Barbie's DR7 CLEANING AX* DY1 WORM PHONE 394 Ml Front Stratf Ws Call for sad DelSva TAXI Freightand Baggage DRAYING Clooten's Livery Sheet Music We carry a large stock of Popu lar and Standard Sheet Music, and make a specialty of ordering mu sic from publishers for you. If we can't get it, it can't be gotten. Send all orders and remittances to GEO. LA LONE, Mgr. Sheet Music Dept. Kimball Piano Store The Electric Shop B. K. SKEEL8 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 i. iomu f«k Ovaiaaasei, iatldtaot 1002, Aft.