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MONDAY, JULY 9, 1917.
FOR SALE—The largest and best line of houses 6t any dealer in the city. FOR SALE—The largest list of farm lands of any dealer in the county. FOR SALE—Wte have the exclusive handling of Lincoln Addition and Riverview Addition, besides hun dreds and hundreds of lots from HELP WANTED FEMALE WAITED—Woman cook and dining room girl for small hotel. State wages required. Zap hotel, Zap N. D. 7-7_-3t WANTED—Dining room girl and dish washer at once. Mandan hotel, Man dan, IN. D. 7-6-3t "'-Dining room girls WANTED darin cafe, 215 Fifth St. Man- 7-7-12t J. H. HOLIHAN. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS FOR SALE—House of six rooms, mod' l4iern, 'buhgiaibw" ityldj ,,:nice, large shade trees fine lawn east front close in and one of the nicest homes in the city. $2,800 $800 cash. FOR SALE—House of eight rooms and bath and thoroughly modern full basement close in. Built two years ago. This fine home would cost $6,500 to duplicate today, but for quick sale will sell for $5,000. $500 cash and balance $50 monthly, House now rents for $50. Big bar gain—hurry. J. H. HOLIHAN Room* 2 and 4, Lucas Block Phone 745 WORK WANTED WANTED—Day work 25 cents per hour. Tribune, 201. 7-6-lt SITUATIONS WANTED SITUATION WANTED as cook in ho tel or cook car. Addres 200, Trib une. 7-9-3t. APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Strictly modern apart ment, in the Rose Apartments. Ap ply F. W. Murphy, 204 Main St: 7-3-12t HOUSES FOR RENT FOR 'RENT OR SALE—If you are in the market for a modern house, either to rent or buy, see A. J. Os trander, No. 9 Thayer St. Phone 263. 7-9-Gt FOR RENT—Seven-room house, 8th street & Ave. A. Call at 216 iNinth St., or phone 377L. 7-6-3t LOST AND FOUND FOUND—Terrier dog. Owner may have same by paying for this ad. H. T. Murphy. 7-lQffi LOST—First National check 'book, containing valuable papers. Finder please return to Tribune. 7-9-2t. FOR EXCHANGE TO EXCHANGE—My beautiful, .iew $150,000, 28-apartment building, most exclusive residential section N'orthside, near Lake Michigan, best transportation in city. L'rick, steel and concrete construction. Lot, 100x120 ft., sun parlors, sleep ing porches, rich and elaborate ap pointments throughout. Rents, $13,380 year. Want locate on Al ranch. Will give liberal deal and act promptly. H. Rupert, Rm. 1032 Natioiial LLife Bldg., Chicago. 7-9-lt ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Office rooms over Knowles & Haney's Jewelry Store. Apply at Knowles Haney's. 7-9-6t FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house electric range Rudd gas water heater. Phone 4MK, or call 801 Fourth St. 7-6-26t FOR RENT—Large rooms, cool in summer, warm in winter, for light housekeeping. 622 Third street. 'PhOne 132-R. 7-2-6t FOR RENT—Modern, furnished room. 514 Fifth street. 7-5-6t FO RE NT—Four unfurnished "mod ern rooms for housekeeping. Phone 624Z. 422 Twelfth street. 6-30-St FOR RENT—Large, strictly modern room 38 Ave. A. ..6-28-lmo FOR RENT—Rooms. Phone 377K. 6-7-lmo FOR RENT—'Furnished rooms, 621 Sixth street. 6-13-26t FOR RENT—All newly furnished front room in a new bungalow, strictly modern in every way. Phone 698R or call at 611 First street 5:23-tf LANDS "FARM FOR SALE—A young man subject to draft offers 271 acres cheap—about half actual value would accept small house in Bismarck as -""Urst payment, balance easy terms. Good soil, open spring of good wa ter, extra stock farm. J. K. Do ran 7-2-9-16 -i" rj-.j wsxf,' the Penitentiary to the river, and from the bottoms to the Capitol most of them on monthly payments Tnere are always splendid bargains on our lists, in either farm lands or city property and you will save money by dealing through us. We al ways protect our clients. F. E. Young Real Estate Company Tel. No. 78 Offices In First National Bank Building HELP WANTED MALE yVANTEP—Experienced meat cutter at Gussner's. 7-6-3 WARTED^HBlack3mith. First class horseshoer and blacksmith wanted immediately. Steady work for com petent man. Wachter Transfer Co, 7-6-10t POSITION WANTED WANTED—Position as bookkeeper by young lady. Address, Miss Jen nat Hardy, City. 7-7-6t WANTED—Position as housekeeper by widow with one child. Mrs. E Wisher, Bismarck, N. D. 7-9-17, 15, 7-16-17 A-1 MEAT CUTTER and all-round Butcher, who is capable to take full charge of a market, would like steady position. Address Box 43, Cavalier, N. 7-9—6t. BOARDERS WANTED WANTED—Roomers and boaTders, at Dunraven, 212 Third St. Under neiw management. 7-5-1 mo WANTED—Boopiers and hoarders at 208 Thayer. Phone 389K. Reason able prices. 6-23-lmo. HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE OR RENT—'New, modern bungalow at 614 Hannafin St. Phone 575K. 7-6-6t FLATS FOR RENT __ FOR RENT—Newly'furnished flat, in cluding gas range, in modern house. No children 807 Fourth St. Phone 40411. 7-9-6t FOR RENT—(Flat, phone 132-R. J. Doran. 6-30 Jul 3l 5, 7, 9, 11. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Salvage of a burned Studebaker Six automobile. H. T. Murphy Phone 577. 7-7-2t FOR SALE—Complete new furnish ings for small flat. Leaving town and must sell quickly. Exception ally low price. Phone 633U. .7-2-6t FOR SALE—Furniture for four-room ^apartment for sale. Phone 632. 7-6-6t irOR. SALE—Majestic range gasoline stove, rug, washing machine. 'Phone 622 or call 104 Ave. A morn ings._ 7-2-6t FO'R SALE—One Hughes electric stove in good condition. Price, $30.00. Will take half. Mrs. R. Thistlethwaite, phone 275-R. 7-9-3t WANTED Bismarck rug cleaning works now open. R. J. Anderson. Phone 755. 6-20-lmo FALSE TEETH—We pay as high as $22.50 per set for old false teeth, no matter if broken. Also gold crowns) ibridgework. Mail to Berner's False Teeth Specialty, 22 Third St., m., Troy N. Y., and rcceive cash by re turn mail. COLORS OF MOST fUeS tilt SAME Uncle Sam Has No Monopoly on the Use of the Red, White and Blue. EACH HUE HAS SIGNIFICANCE American Standard ^ald to Be an Ev olution and Combination of De« •igns Long Antedating the Rev* olutionary Period. The principal colors in the flags of all nations today are red, wlflte and blue in diverse combinations. Here and there green Is shown, but red, white and blue are the colors of nine teen out of twenty-five national tings and are the colors of practically all the flags of the nations of Europe. The significance of national colors goes back to the days of heraldry and many of the devices displayed on flags are either heraldic designs or have been derived from such designs. Red stands for courage and military forti tude, blue symbolizes loyalty and jruth and white stands for peace and sincerity. In the Italian, Irish, Bra zilian and Mexican flags green is one of the colors, and in heraldry thfs col or signified hope and joy. Black, which appears in the German flag it combination with red and white, stands for constancy. Standard of Minute Men. A historian has written that the farmers in the battle of Lexlngtoa carried the "cornet" or standard of the Three County troop. That bannet was devised for a troop of cavalry raised in the counties of Essex, Suf folk and Middlesex, Massachusetts. In 1659. The office of color bearer of this troop became an inheritance In the Page family of the Bay colony. The flag was carried in King Philip's wax in 1676. When the Minute Men wen organized, Nathaniel Page, III of Bed ford, Mass., took the old flag out fo| use at drill. When the midnight alarm was sent out Captain Page snatched np the old ftng afld_canied. to. Can cord, where "if waved above the smoke of that battle." This flag is preserved In the publlt library at Bedford, Mass. It Is of ma roon or crimson damask silk, and on It 1$ an outstretched arm with an UP- y4ND NOW, IN CONCC.UXM'VG MY MR SpeeCfl AlVD/ SpeAKINJG: U/1TH R^FClC!. €TNC6 TO Twe SCACKGRS, U/HO RySMGD INTO MAr«\MONY TO./WOIT) MtciTflRY SeRVice, nope A law IS FVASSe/D DENYING. TH6M FiOR6.ve.R THC R|5HT TO O0TAIN A- Divorcee 11! BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE USE THIS WANT AD PAGE AND BUSINESS MEN'S DIRECTORY LIKE YOU USE THE DICTIONARY OR THE IsTELEPHONE BOOK F. E. Young Real Estate Company The Outbursts of Everett True By Condo 1. see THERe /qK»e. 2lMTe A NVMr3SR. H6RS IA/HO iweRe M^RRiex BepORS THG Uy/HR TH4NK YotJ JAPANESE BECOMING AMERICANIZED SO FAR AS MEN'S CLOTHING IS CONCERNED The Japanese are becoming Americanized in ono respect at least— they are rnpidly abandoning their oriental style of clothing and adopt ing American fashions. The Japanese business ronn of today outdoes his American cousin in the purchase of natty and st.vli.sh clothing and he is not backward in spending his money In order to net the best. These facts are brought out by Stanhope Sams, one of Uncle Sam's special commercial agents, In a report on the ready-made clothing in dustry in Japan. At least one in fvery four or five male Jnpnnese Is now wearing Western clothing, according to this report. This means from 4,000,000 to 6,000,000 persons, and the number is rapidly increasing. At the time the war started at least two countries—England and Germany—were selling a large amount of ready-made clothing in Japan at prices much in excess of the Japanese-made products. ..This fnct is pited to show that there is a good market in Japan for the better class, of American wearing apparel. The Japanese like to dress well and in strict conformity with the best prevailing fashions, Uncle Sam's agent says. They are not eco nomical in the sense that they will wear old or inferior clothes. They wish always to make a natty appearance, with good lines in their coats and trousers and they especially like the former well cut nnd with a somewhat military look. In no other country, it is declared, will the young men or the business mei* of standing spend more in proportion to their Income for the purpose of making a smart appearance. lifted liword IrTThe band. The nrih hand and sword are worked in silver. On the flag are three circular figures, which it is thought were put there tc represent cannon balls. The words "Vlnce et Moriture" (Conquer or Die) are pn a goldl scroll. J. Thes, design of the Arnerfcqrii fiSS may be said to be an evolution and combination of colors and designs lont antedating the American Revolution The flags that were carried by mili tary organizations in the colonies be fore the outbreak of the Itevolutior were not British flags, but organiza tlon flags. Inspired by Union Jack. The British ensign or Union Jacl was the inspiration of the America! flag. The Union Jack is a combina tion of the English red cross of St George on a white field, the Scotct white cross of St. Andrew on a blu field and the Irish red cross of St. Pat rick. The combination of the Englist nnd Scotch flags was agreed on it 1606, soon after the union of Englanc and Scotland under James I. The word "Jack," as applied to th British flag is supposed to be a corrup tion of "Jack," which was the commoi abbreviation of "Jacobus," the Latii for James. The Introduction onto thi flag of the cross of St. Patrick came later. England's Union Jack trace! its origin to those remote times whet! knights rode in the lists and the recj cross of St. George on its white fleltj goes back to the Crusades and th! Hundred Tears' war with France—t war that calls to mind such stirring names as Crecy, Agincourt and Pol tiers. The American flag carried in th battle of Bunker Hill bad on it th» cross of St. George and a pine tree the symbol of Massachusetts. It is written by historians of the Ameri can flag that when the first flag tc represent the united colonies was de vised, as many horizontal stripes ol red and white were introduced a? there were colonies, and as at that dati the colonies were not independent, bu' merely in revolt of th" denial by th( English government of "their r!.*htf as Englishmen." the ensi-ni of Eng land. the superimposed crosses of St George, St. Andrew and St. Patrick, was retained by the Americans In the upper staff corner of the flag. Try a Tribune want ad lor results. GORGEOUS EVENING DISPLAY PATRIOTIC FIREWORKS A FEA TURE AT INTERSTATE FAIR,. JULY 23 TO 28. The patriotic fireworks display will be one of the big features of the night shows, during three nights of the In terstate Fair to be held at Fargo, July 23-28. These night shows always attract a large and enthusiastic crowd and will be especially appropriate at this time on account of the patriotic features which will be shown during the week. Early in the season it was feared that it would be impossible to put on this big and popular fireworks show on account of the inability to procure the materials with which to put it on. However, it seems that fire works materials and the materials used in war munitions differ very greatly. In fact hardly any of the in gredients used in the manufacture of fireworks are used in the manufacture of munitions, and on ascertaining that fact, the board have not hesitated to go ahead with that feature of the show Which should prove more of an attrac tion than ever this year. The Thearie Duffleld Fireworks Display Company, one of the world's greatest fireworks firms, will furnish the show in its en tirety and for the first time will bring to North Dakota many new and novel features of the pyrotechnic art. Saturday Night the Big Carnival. Free attractions and midway shows to surpass any previous offering of interstate Fair for Fargo, July 23-28. The Interstate Fair management considers itself very fortunate in the class of free attractions they have been able to book for the free show in front of the grandstand both after noon and evening at the big Interstate Fair, July 23-28. The SIX FLYING LAMYS in their spectacular act are without a peer among gy mnasts. This big feature act will be supplemented by other stellar attractions by such noted performers as LeRoy & Paul and the Kalinowski Bros. The big raring program for Tuesday. Wednesday ami Thursday will include some of the tas^st harness races ever seen on the Fargo track and on Fri day and Saturday will come the great auto races with the speed demons burning up the track and straining every nerve toward the hanging up of nejt North Pakota records and victory. JOHN BORTELL Sheet Metal and Radiator Works BISMARCK, N. D. Round Oak Moist Aid* Heating Sys tems. Health iest and clicapest method known for Heating ••USPS**' a Home. CALL AND SEE SAMPLE Radiators Ke paired and re built. Prompt service. Rea sonable prices. Best known methods used to do the work Radiator .Repairing 105 TAXI Phone Freightand Baggage DEAYINO Clootens Livery Temporary Office Basement Cowan's Drug Store Fourth and Broadway AND A 00% of load cnrrled on rear axle mid licnvy Truck Spring* Fire stone Solid ItubberTlroi (Patent* Pending) mmwM OUR delivery service can madl3 75 ter cent more efficient and the cost rII111) "I™ cut to one-third with the Kll ki l'"ord Dearborn One -Ton OLP TrucK. ym, get MAKES pord Em„ ciency, Ford Simplicity, Ford Economy and Dearborn A titrcngth. MbokH OnslonTruck Corwin Motor Go. Bismarck, PI. D. C. W. HENZLER TIRB VULCANIZING Phone 725 812 Rosser Street The Electric Shop •. £. BKEEL8 Everything Electrical Wiring Fixture* and Supplies Delco Farm Light Plants Phone 870 401 Broadway Barbie's DRY CLEANING AND DYE WORKS PHONE 394 409 Front Street We Call for and Deliver BOB EMSLIE IS A PENSIONER Veteran Arbiter1 Given Position a« Chief of Umpires and Assistant to tfce President. The veteran Bob Emslie Is a pen sioner at last. His new position with the Notional ieague will be that ot chief of umpires and general assistant to President Tener In handling the um pires and the disputes that come up over their rulings. Emslie has been an active umpire for nearly 30 years and deserves all the good things the National league can do f^r him. TAXI 27 Phone it. E. SMITH Office Rooms I and 2 Hughes Building Opposite Grand Pacilic Hotel Optical Specialist Eyc« Tcated and Glasses f-itted, alio Glaoaefl Changed and Renewed BISMARCK. N. D. Machine Hemstitch ing and Picoting. MRS. M. C, HUNT 314 2nd St. PHONE 849 Undertaking Parlors A. W. Lucas Company Day Phone 465 Night Phone 100 A. W. CRAIG Licensed Embalmer in Charge WARNER1 Camping Trailer 1917 Model Now on Display Corwin Motor Co. Ftamnrck, K. 1). REBORINC, Ilaa your motor lost Its power? Let U3 relioro Hie cylindnrs and lit with overnize pistons, on a new machine built especially for that purposo. CORWIN MOTOR COMPANY Bismarck, N. D. XORWINMprO.^ CO CO t W O Transfer & storage Wachter Transfer Comp* Phone S2 No. 202 Fifth St. For first class shoe repairing go to Bismarck Shoe Hospital H. BURMAN, Prop. 411 Broadway Shoes Repaired Best Equipped Shop in fckt Northwest L. E. Larson 4M Stair. Mrs** PIANO TUNING A. 8. HOFFMAN Work Guaranteed Residence. 623 Sixth. St. Bismarck Realty Company Bismarck Bank Building CITY LOTS RENTS FARM LANDS Battery Service Loden's Battery Shop SmSckI^d. •V Phone SEVEN TAXI 57 S. LAMBERT H. J. WAGNER Telephone Number 533 Officc Hours 'Mo 12 and 1 to 5 P. M. FREDERICK W. KlilTH ARCHITECT Webb Block Phone 449 Undertaking-Embalming Licensed Embalmer in Charge Day Phone 50 Night Phone 687 WEBB BROTHERS CORWIN MOTOR CO. BISMARCK, Hi D. Jobberi PHONE 783 REMEMBER that wc pay top market priccs for scrap iron, rag's, rubbers, metals, paper, bottles and barrels. CIRCUMVENT and CONQUER the High Cost of Liv ing by selling U3 the odds and ends of junk around the house. Call us up and we will come for goods with our wagon DAKOTA IRON AND METAL CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers Corner 9th and Sweet St. Phone 783 We have unequaled facilities for moving, storing and shipping household goods. Careful, experi enced man also retail ice and wood. CO 00 t W fc O COLEMAN'S New and Second Hand Store 8eeond Hand Clothea Bought and sold Clothes Clean and pressed Hats Blocked and Cleaned, Wa Carry a Line of New Gooda. We Buy all Kinds of Junk. PHONE 358, HOUSE PHONE 437k OPPOSITE MCKENZIE HOTEL Houses & Lots For Sale We have a number of hous es and lots in different parts of the city which can be bought under very desir able terms. Those who might be interested can obtain full information by calling at The HeddenAg'cy Webb Block Phone 0 HATS Cleaned & Re-Blocked AT REASONABLE PRICES Especially Ladies Straws and Panama's Work giutronlced and done promptly^- EAGLE HAT WORKS Phone 682 Opp. Post Office. BISMARCK