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Tjf^TfcjTiT!?** it 49^ for sale. 7A, *VOJyi HELP WANTED MA£E WANTED—One secoud cook and one night waiter, llunge & Everts. -a 2-10-121 WANTED—Solicitor for newspaper work. Give full details of your ex perience References required. H, Tribune. 1-9-tf HELP WANTED FEMALE WANTED—iGirl for general house* work. Mrs. J. €. Anderson, 70® fourth St.. Phone 747R. 2-7-12t WANTED—Woman solicitor for news paper canvassing. H, Tribune. 1-9-tf D. T. OWENS A CO. Real Estate, Farm and City loans. Insurance. NOTICE. Our' next land excursion. for San Benito in Sunny Southern Texas will leave Bismarck on train No. 2 at 7:40 p. m., on February 19. Please write us for particulars before that date. D. T. OWENS & CO. Bismarck, N. Dak. SALESMEN WANTED WANTED—Salesmen, to sell direct to consumer on commission basis, groceries, oils and paint, for the best and oldest Chicago house. Write Harper Eros. & Co., Chicago, III. l-3(M5t 0i i'IIi.,i,':, (."XiCil.! 0 0 REAL ESTATE CO. F. E. YOUNG FOR SALE—Modern seven-room house, with full basement 9 blocks from down town $3,400, $1,000 cash and balance "in three years 5 per ccnt discount for all cash. FOR SALE—Five-room house, with bath and hardwood floors and range, in the very best residence portion of the city. Only $2,800, $1,000 cash and balance at $30 per month. FOR SALE—Good seven-room house, east front, modern, 7 blocks from down town, in^good residence por tion iOf the. citjbjj 75-foot ^o^ good trcc9. This is a^sbig barga(iio for all cag&r'of $3,400: WJJ&U FOR' $A E—Huflulfeds of "f^jitence lot»!ln all portions of thevcity in cltMipc Riverview AdditibnO The jat tc^ ijB practically all sold^ui. You will isavc money by seeing us be fore buying. FOR SALE—There are a lot of-real bargains on our lists of farm' lands, which comprise over one hundred thousand acres,"tne biggest and best list of any dealer in the county. If the particular piece you want is not on our lists we will get it for you if F. j^.rYOUNGi REAL ESTATE CO.. Firsir-liat'l Bank Bldg. 'Wton# 78 V\? :i O0.th'r*' -50,r jSi FLATS FOR RENT FOR RiBNT—Modern basement flat in* Varaey Flats. 2-7-Gt BORDERS WANTED ROOM AND BOARD—Cheap at 208 Thayer. Phone 389K. 2-10-lmo ROOMS FOR RENT RENT—Modern room. 522 2nd. B-10-3t hENT—tiiree modern rooms. Varney FOR St, FOR" Tlats: 2-!Mt FOR~RENT—Modern room. 617*8th _St. 2-7-8t FO~R RENT—"Furnished room, modern. 312 8th St. Phone 432L. 2-6-tt FQR RENT—Suite of rooms fqr light housekeeping. 411 8th St. 2-8-5t FOR RENT—Two warm furnished rooms in modern house also garage for rent. 418 2nd St. Phoiie 544X. 2-3-Ct HOUSAS FOR RENT REiNT—sirictly modern seven rooin house, with gas, at 608 Second St. Possession March 1, MIT: Call -iiny time or 'phone 835. 2—5, 7, 10, 14, 17, 21, 24, 28 FOR" iNOTICE OF RECEIVER'S SALE. notice is Hereby Given, That the Uiider elrned, Receiver of the Bismarck Tribune Company, a defunct corporation, will sell ail the property, assets, effects, good will anp estate of said Bismarck Tribune Cdjnpany at public auctin sale to the highest bidder for cash, at the office of nafd Bismarck Tribune Company, in the of Bismarck, County of 'Burleigh Ci and State of North Dakota, on the 12... day of March, 1917, at two o'clock P. M. of said day provided that bids offered at such sale will not be received or consid ered until each person offering such bid or,bids shall have deposited with the re ceiver One Thousand Dollars ($1000), cash or certified check payable to said receiver, as a guaranty of performance under such bid. 2 Such sale will be made pursuant to and by virtue of a judgment rendered by the District Court of Burleigh County, Sixth Judicial District of the State of North Dakota, and entered in the office of the C14rk of said Court, on the 16th day of January, 1917, which judgment, among other things, directed the sale of the property and effects of said corporation defendant and of ,an order for such sale and that notice thereof be given, made by •aid Court on the 24th dacy of January, 1#|7. '. The property to be sold consists of per sonal property:, .used aqd owned In and abftut the business of said Bismarck Tri bune Company in doing a general print ing publishing, bookbinding, Job printing, advertising and stationery business and the printing, issuing and publishing of newspapers, and notes and bills receiv able. subscription lists, good will, and other miscellaneous personal property, all of fwhlch is more particularly described In the various reports and inventories nojg on file in the office of the Clerk of •an Court. Bated this 25th day of January, ltlT. •i C. B. LITTLE, Receiver of .the Bismarck TM I** n. d*mj \.«r Attorneys for the Receiver. ,"§«y 1 HARVEY HARlttS CO. J. P. Jackson, Mgr.* 320 ACRES—Clostt 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 grote .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 bouses and/lot* for sale In all parts of the city. HARVEY HARRIS A 'JQO&-, HOU8ES FOR SALE FOR SALE—Seven-room house elec tric lights in business district. Write James Mitchell, New Salem, N. D. 2-M2t SEWING WANTED WANTED—Sewing, dressmaker 216 'phone 377L. WANTED—To buy two Vr sections of improved land. J. J. Ryan, Room 3 Haggart Block. P". and brought to this office. Kindly call and get yours.. 1-4-tf thoroughly- heated prices, reasbii abje. Call 622 Third street, or' pee J. .ft. Doran, Home Building Cbm pany's office, Webb Building. l-30-6t MISCELLANEOUS TRACTORS FOR SALE—Mr. Far mer: We handle the Kinkead and Buckeye gas tractors, fitted with four-cylinder Waukesha motors and high tension magnetos. Write for our catalogs. We will consider tak ing in some work horses as partial payment. Geo. D. Brown Co., Bis marck and Fargo, X. D. TRUCKS FOR «/CLE—We distribute for the northwest the Overton Semi- Truck, one and one-quarter capac ity price $285.00. Convert your automobile Into an up-to-date truck. Send for our free catalog. We will ctfnsider taking in some good work horses on truck sales. Geo. D. Brown Co., Bismarck and Fargo, _N. PIANO FOR SALE—'One bcautifui new upright piano for sale, or will exchaugo for good work horses. Ad dress Box 256^Bismarck. WANTED—From $12 a'wc'rk to I^OOu a year shows possibilities of life in surance. You can be trained for this business. Will sendryou free our correspondence course of siiics manship and-life insurance. This i» not advertising matter but a course of instruction aueh as you Would pay 150 for. It is yours for asking. Free. Write today. William King, Agency Supervisor, Dept. 53, Mis souri State Life Insurance Co.. St. Louis, Mo., fastest- gxwtrihg life in surance company in America. In surance in force over $120,000,000. FOR SALE—Kimball piano, Ellison phonograph and records cbeap Phone 414L. /. 2-lMmo ro*FTSALE—First mortgages, draw ing 6 per cent interest on good, im proved farms. J. J. Ryan, Haggart Block, Bismarck, K. D. P. O. Box 15. 2-6 Ot FOR SALE—Thoroughbred -white col lie puppies. I. H. Forsyth. Phone 818. 2-8-6t POR PAPER HANCING See A. Yates, 714 Second St. Phone 152X. 2-3-lmo TAILORING BUSINESS FOR 3ALE— North Dakota city bf 1,100 no oth er tailor shop in city reason for selling, going on homestead. Ad dress 82 care Tribune. 2-l*12t FOR RENT—Store iteom, now occu pied by McConkey'8 Grocery store, after Feb. Hoth. Apply H. L, Reade. Phon» 23^ or 382. l-2^12t FOR SALE—75 feet on Seventh street between Arenaes. E and H. Phone 548R. 1-19-lmo FOPTFIRST MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12,1917. rv\f nummn »v*-V BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE WANT AD by experienced Ninth St., or 1-25-1 mo POSITION WANTED WA N E D—Position as housekeeper of raw land. J|. J. Ryan, Boom '3« Haggart Block. P. O. Box 15. 2-10-7t LANDS O. Box 15. 2-ro-7t WANTED—To hear from owner good farm for sale. State cash price and description. D. F. Buali, Minne apolis, :M1nn. J. H. HOLIHAN HOUSES. WANTS TO BUY—Have a friend who wants to buy a bungalow be tween third and seventh streets and ^south of Ave. B. FOR*~SALE—Two houses on a 50-ft. lot, nice shade trees for quick sale, $2500. FOR SALE—Two houses and two. lots on south side. $1,000. FQ —The last gpod corner se in in Bismatck, 75x150. J. H. HOLIHAN. Lucas Block' 1(V LOST AND FOUND FOUND—Keys CtASe tfMk, store or of fice help, write or phone Merchants Credit Co.. Bismarck. I-19-tf FOR SALE—Ono 30-60 Aultman Taylor tractor also, one 8-bot tom P. ft o. enfine tang with break er attachment*, fbf pi lenHrw. iw! dross Nowoll Bloxnnl, Regan. l-6-2m NEW DRAFT OF BANK REPORTED TO PASS Sub-Committee of State Affairs Prepares Substitute That Is Acceptable Revised draft of Senator Drown's bill for tlie guaranteeing of bank de posits, which meets with the approval of North Dakota banking interests and which if enacted into law may, it is said, be expected to bring millions of new, outside capital into North Da kota, was favorably passed on by a sub-committee of the senate commit tee on state affairs Saturday even ing. The sub-committee, composed of Senators Paulson, 'Heckle, Kretsch mar, Hamerly an dDrown, was assign ed the task of preparing a substitute measure Saturday morning, when bankers from all garts of the state were given a hearing on the Drown bill. A majority were favorable to a measure of this kind, but did not feel that the Drown bill was in every way applicable to conditions pecular to North Dakota. The bankers' idjjas are embodied jin the sub-committee bill, which will! be reported for passage in the senate Tuesday. One radical change is an amendment giving bank ors representation upon the deposit guaranty board, which formerly in cluded only the governor, the secre tary of state, attorney general and state examiner. JAMESTOWN COMMERCIAL TO HAVE NEW QUARTERS Jamestown, N. D., Feb. 12.—The Jauicstowu Commercial club has se cured a lease on the basement of the Seller block. The enthusiasm shown at the first meeting is not abating, but rather increasing, and'many of the slerks and other employes are joining the club. This afternoon one of the city's firms sent in a check for $44, to pay the annual dues of nil of its employes eligible for membership. HOGS—Receipts 73,000 5c higher than Saturday's average bulk $12.30 @12.50 light $firstname.lastname@example.org mixed $email@example.com heavy $firstname.lastname@example.org rdugh $email@example.com pigs $firstname.lastname@example.org. APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Splendid apartment? H&tive bee? steers .email@example.com west* CATTLE—Iteceipts 21,000 steady ern steers"^ISj^l0.25 stockesvr and feeders $6.10@.70 cows and heifers $firstname.lastname@example.org calves $email@example.com. SHEEP—Receipts 18,000 weak wethers $firstname.lastname@example.org lambs $!2.10@ 14.60. GRAND FORKS MEN HERE. Among prominent Grand Forks folk here Saturday were: W. E. Fuller of the Northern State bank, Sam Torge son of the Scandinavian-American bank. Aldermen Valelly and Whitman, Attorney George A, Bangs and for mer Senator George E. Duis. You will find more of the leading people of North Dakota registered at the Radiston, than at any other hotel In the Twin Cities. GOLD MIN6 STOCK, SO You'RK SOIN8 TO ?er ovr or |f/j NOT U»M6THEI? I USfe MV N O O S.'i" *3& LIKE YOU USE THE DICTIONARY OR THE TELEPHONE -n CATTLE MARKETS ST. PAUL. HOGS—rReceipts 12,300 steady range $ljl$p@ llj.85. 'CATTLfcl mostly cows and &0c lower K00$8.50 Phone 745 SHEEP of all kinds are found 12.00 bulk $11.80@ eceipts 4,100 killfers, steers $5.50(g)11.50 ifers $email@example.com calves', Rockers and feeders, stow, Eceipts lambs $ 7,200 11.00 ewes $o.50@ 10.25. steady $6.00@ .firstname.lastname@example.org wethers CHICAGO. a* SMITH Eagle Shining Parlor Broadway, Opposite Postoffice WE SELL SHOE POLISH AND DRESSING 8hoe Laces—All Colors and Lengths. Automobiles ROADSTER $395 ROADSTER, with elect ric lights and starter $445 "SIX%TOURING ... $865 Captial Motor Co. O. T, Bresnalian, Mgr. Phone 75 110 Main St. BIG FOUR THIRTY POR SALE-rBig Four Thirty Gas Tractor equipped to burn kerosene or gasoline, late model in fine condition. Also Deere engine gang, plow with breaker bottoms and plow car built for feeding and sleeping plow crew. Will sell together or separately for cash or trade for cattle. Ad dress H. B. Hendricks, Merri court, N. Dt f# TK&miandarin Cafe Now Open Chop Suey and Noodles Also American Plan Restaurant 215 Fifth Street Transfer & storage Wo have unequaled facilities for moving, storing and shipping houaehold goods. Careful, experi mead men: «leo retalf lee ann wood. Wachter Transfer Comp Phone 12 No. 202 Fifth St. The Outbursts of Everett True By Condo I TtU YOU OK CUB TIMT YOU COULDN'T SGC.C HOUJ, DON'T MG AHY YOU D/IR& CAY a HAN.T r- OM MB xj AND BUSINESS MEN'S TAXI Phone 57 S. LAMBERT Shoes Repaired Beit Equipped 8hop in tlftt Northwest L. E. Larson Automobile Radiators REPAIRED AND REBUILT All work given a pressure test and delivered within Twenty. four Hours Bismarck Auto Radiator Works 109 Third Street Bismarck, N. D- 4M Rain Street COUNTRY ROdD Wrapped tread is ORWIN MOTOR CO. BISMARCK, N. D. Jobbers.. COLEMAN'S New and Second Hand Store Second Hand Clothes Bought and sold, Clothes Clean and pressed Hats Blocked and Cleaned. We Carry a Line of New Goods. We Buy all Kinds of Junk. PHONE 358, HOUSE PHONE 437k OPPOSITE MCKENZIE CITY LOTS DRAYING Freight and Baggage Carefully and Promptly Phone 395 Delivered J. A. GRINSTEINNER Office Rooms 1 and 2 hughes Building Opposite Grand Pacific hotel FREDERICK W. KEITH ARCHITECT Webb Black Phone 449 LITTLE'S 8ECOND-HAND STORE Will buy, sell and exchange or rent anything. Successor to Nolan's Phone 794 or 132X W,l-L CORWINMQTOR/CO.B^^akk.KO Reboring Has your motor lost its pow er? Let us reboro the cylind ers and fit with oversize pis tons, on a new machine built especially for that purpose. It is not expensive and with poor compression you arc now wast ing gas enough to pay for the job. CORWIN MOTOR COMPANY Bismarck, N. D. FIREPROOF STEAM HEATED GARAGE CORWIN MOTOR COMPANY "J£xiW AcTOfiY HOTEL 816 MAIN ST. PHONE 7- IJOHNTBORTELL Sheet Metal and Radiator Works] Bismarck, N. D. Automobile"'^®**'" Radiatorl Repairing Rebuilding and new cores put in. Latest up-to-date methods used for testing and repairing. All work given pneumatic and vacuum test and delivered in guaranteed condition prompt ly. Sccond-hand Ford radia. tors for sale and exchange. Bismarck Realty Company Bismarck Bank Building City Insurance Agency M. G. HAGEN, Mgr. PHONE 220 100% Insurance Only Our various policies and Powerful Companies have stood the test of time. Real Estate Loans Negotiated the lowest rate of interest. OFFICE UNDER CITY NATIONAL BANK, BISMARCK \-ipfV SERVICE ST^° COR win MOTOR CO There is money in that old junk if you telephone us. It's our business to buy what you don't want—old rags, metal of all kinds, rub ber, old auto tires, bottles, etc. We are in the market at all times for this junk. Gather together what you have on hand now and tele phone us. Top market prices paid to peddlers, dealers and coun try shippers. WE PAY CASH BfSMARCK IRON & METAL CO. Phone 599 PIANO TUNING a., t. lomus Work CHMn»t*e& Residenoe 1002, Awe. RENTS FARM LANDS C. W. HENZLER TIRE VULCANIZING SKATE SHARPENING Phona 72i Prompt adjustments, and cash settlements without discount VIS Souar ftt .. -f i. iViwr-Tfn- H. J. WAGNER Optical Specialist Eyes Tnlej and GUmm Fitted, alio G1mk( Chanted aad Renewed BISMARCK. N. D. Telephone Number 533 Office Hours 9 to '12 and 1 to 5 P. M. BANNER HOUSE Boom and Board by Day $1.00 By the Week $7.00 Boarding Stable for Horses in Connection 104 MAIN ST. BISMABOK AGENTS WANTED for the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player Flaw* O. W. COCHRANE, Wholesale and Retail Diltribitor. Peck's Old Music Stow Grand Pacific Building COMPLETE LINE ON DISPLAT TERMS TO SUIT UnderttlUni Embelminf Llcenaed Embalmer In Charga Day Phone 60 Night Phone 197 W EBB BROTHERS Undertaking Parlors A. W. Lucas Com!)anv Day Plionc 465 Night Phone 100 A W. CRAlU In Chart* Licensed Embalmer Barbie's DRY CLEANING A** DY1T WORSTS PHONE Ml Front Stream We Call tor ul Driw* TAXI PHONE 109 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 Stor* The Electric Shop B. K. SKEELS Everything Electrioal Wiring Fixtures and Supplies Delco Farm Light Plants Phone 370 408 Broadway Nurse's Registry The Registered Nurse's Reg istry is now located at Bres low's Drug Store. TELEPHONE 5* Calls answered promptly. Boston Cdfe Noodles and Chop Suey a Specialty First Class Service Regular Meals 25c and up All Hottrs PHONE 779 Corner 6th St. and Broadway Henry Burman 'The Shoe Hospital still at the same old witli his etoetrie abet BEPA1B of & and on do Y09B vil yea walk 'Jk*a& 1 lip il MM"