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WEDNESDAY. AUG. 15,1917.
E. USE THIS WANT J. H. HOLIHAN Real Estate Bargains Pc?? SALE—.House of seven rooms 10 lots, trees, windmill and other •buildings. East part of the city *2,71)0, or will take automobile as part payment. "We WRITE insurance in~airilni*n— J. H. HOLIHAN Roam 2 to 4 Lucas Block Phone 745 WORK WANTED t-ubmui* WANIfcU—By young lady experienced in clerical and steno graphic work. Address No. 231, care Tribune. Wanted:/ A good man to take charge of our city sales, and to learn the real estate business. This is a splendid opening for the right man for there is a wonderful future in this business. We will work him.jnto the farm land end of the business and if he makes good his future is assured. Answer this ad by letter only and not later than August 20. Give full par ticulars as to age, present and pre vious occupations and sales experi «0Ce. Addrcsa "3-i», Tribune. 8-10^3t WANTED Woman for general house work on farm. Phone 410F21. 8-9-6t WANTED—Girl for general house work, $30^ per month. Phone 410F2. WANTED—Competent girl~for gen eral housework. Apply 612 Ave. A, or phone 483. 8-11-31 WANTED—'Girl for general house work. Phone 128K or call at Rem brandt studio. 8-13-3t WANTED—Waitress. Hoifnan's-!afe^ 8-14-3t WANTED—Good typist three to five .• days each week. Indian school Phone 3j»R. 8-l4-3t WANTED—Boy or girl, to carry dish es. Homan's cafe. 8-it-2t WANTED --Young"lady experienced in booking and accounting. Permanent position, pleasant work, good salary. Address 351, Tribune. 845-6t Paige 4-40, electrict starter and lights, Hartford shock absorbers, newly repainted, new storage battery, gen erally overhauled, Tadiator rebuilt, etc., Leather in Al 'condition. Chains, two extra rims, extra tire, etc. Price cash, no terms. Inquire G. Lucas. 8-11-tf AUTOMOBILES, MOTORCYLES MAXWELL ROADSTER IN GOOD RUNNING" ORDER, FOR SALE CHEAP. THIS IS THE BEST BUY IN THE CITY. ADDRESS XYZ TRIBUNE. FOR SALE—FTuick Six, D45. Run about 6000 miles. In good shape. Will take good Ford in trade. In quire or write Linton Auto Co., Linton, N. D. 8-10-5t FOR SALE—Everett roadster in good running condition at a bargain. In quire at 714 Thayer. Phone 137 or 517. S-10-6t FOR SALE—'Bicycle reasonable. Smith, Atlantic Cafe. 8-13-3t FOR SALE—Ford touring car, 1917 aiodel, run 1,000 miles, excellent condition. Phone 713R. 8-14-6t FOR SALE—One Ford touring car looks like new. B"ox 256, Bismarck. 8-15-6t ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT—Rooms. Phone 377K. 8-11-tmo FOR RENT—Furnished room. Gen tleman" preferred. 114 Broadway. Phone I96L. 8-13-3t FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms reasonable rent. 4ti Main St. 8-10-lmo FOR RKNT—Room in modern house. 422 Eleventh street. Phone 857L. 8-7-fit FOR RENT—Excellent modern roQms, some suited for light housekeeping. 622 Third St. 8-1-lmo Young Real Estate Company 8.13.3t rUal fiuN W AN I tD—In store or bf fice, by young lady high school graduate understands bookkeeping and typewriting. Phone 603R. S-14-2t HELP WANTED—MALE CARPENTERS WANTED—Six good men at once, call or phone .C It. Calkins, Garrison. N1. D. 8-7-30t WANTED—Young or old man to take care of lawn in summer and furnace in winter. AV. E. Lahr. S-43-6t WANTED—First-class all around butcher. Apply at Gussner's. 8-10-3t WANTED—Two bellhops. Apply at Van Horn. 8-14-3t ^MMLWAOTED—FEMALE WANT ED—'Chambermaid at once at 'he Banner House. 8-ll-2t .ANTiED—A thoroughly competent maid for Rcnerfl hoti oworu iri fam ily of two. Wapcr per month. ti Real EstafeiCompany J'- ... ,... Offices In First National Bank Building D. T. OWENS & CO. Real Estate, City Property, Farm Lands, Loans and General Insurance. For sale small house and lot in northwest part of city. Price $450 cash. Lot alone worth the money. For sale 5 room bungalow on the south side. Full basement, 50-ft. lot, hot air heat, maple floods. House 2 years old and in tine .repair. Price $2,500 terms. D. T. OWENS A CO. FOR RENT—A house 207 South Twelfth St. Phone 602R. 8-15-3t FOR RENT—Furnished rooms. 62l Sixth St. T-l-1mo. FOR RENT—Front rooms 515 Fifth St. Phone 592Y. 8-14-Gt FOR RENT—Rooms in modern bouse hot and cold water, bath. 223 Second gt. Phone 349. 8-1-1 mo FOR RENT—Rooms. 620 Sixth St 7-27-lmo FOR RENT—Strictly modern room. 814 Ave. B. Phone 38 4R. 7-25-lmo FOR RENT—Large, modern roftm 38 Ave. A. Phone 308K. 7-20-lmo FOR RENT—Furnished rooms. Call at the Business college or phone 183. 7-134mo FOR RENT—Pleasant furnished room. Call at 417 First St. 8-14'tf FOR RENT—Modern rooms steam heated, hot and cold water. Hughes Bldg., Fourth St. Apply at Hughes Electric Co^ 8-15-3t FOR RENT—Cottage or for sale on monthly payments. Phone 250 or 575L. 8-15-fit FOR RENT—Four-room house Ros ser street, near Fifteenth. Apply Mrs. A. W. Lucas, 48 Ave. A. 8-14-12t FOR RENT—Vurnished room, at 511 Seventh St. 8-14-21 BOARDERS WANTED WANTED—'Roomers and boarders, at Dunravcn, 212 Third street. Under new management. 8-9-lmo LANDS FOR SALE—80 acres good farm land in Wisconsin. Will trade for Bur leigh county land or 1917 auto. A. L. Games, Itegan, N. D. 8-9-6t MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Piano and Household furniture. Also kitchen and laundry utensils. Prices very reasonable. PJuwo 279L, or call 222 Sccond St. between 9 a. m. and 2 p. m. 8-llr6t PIA'NO FOR SALE—Good, slightly used, high grade Adam Schaof piano.^ Cheap for cash or monthly payments. Box 26, Bismarck. 8-10-7t FOR SALE—22 H. P.- Advance sream engine, at a bargain, on easy terms. A. L. Games, Regan, N. D. 8-9-6t FOR SALE—New furnishings for Price less than present wholesale. Phone 633U. 8-9-6t FOR SALE—Singer sewing machine, in excellent condition. Phone 32, for information. 8-13-3t FOR SALE—Improved 160-acrc farm, near Bismarck. Am old and must give up fartalng. A bargain: Easy payments, as I want interest more than principal. Would accept snvitl modern house a's first payment, as I shall move to town.. Would sol! two other half-section, improved faruis to young men, on good therms. Address 223, care Tribune. 8.-14-61 BEER BOTTLES WANTED—Highest prices for quart and pint bottles. Geo. Coleman. FOR SALE—One second-hand Detroit gasoline rango, four burner. Inquire at 418 Fifth St. Phone 512R. 7-26-3t FOR SALE—One 25 h.p. Fairbanks Morse steam engine, with large ca pacity boiler. Just the thing for feed mill, elevator or small electric light plant. Price $300 f. o. b., care 232, Tribune. 8-14-3t FOR SALE—Binder hitches for small Or large tractors. Geo. D. ETrown Co. 8-15-6t FOR SALE—Four horses, two heavy wagons, one single buggy, one light double harness, one auto trailer. Geo. D. Brown Co. 8-l"-6t FOR SALE—Reed baby cab, in good condition. Phone 826. 8-15-4t TO LOAN—Private party has money to loan on farm and city real es tate, at low rate no commission. Address No. 233, Tribune. 8-1.~-4t FOR SALE—Living room, dining room and bedroom.furniture also, Studebaker car andtpiano S10 Sixth St. Phone UOTX. 8-15-2t Two Hard Jobs. Leave it to ns rind \vo'l say thnt thf fcard*st jobs arc trying to ?»l\v satis lattion pit her JIK a .fit* a nuinngcr uf "Tlu?* (Cincinnati Enquirer. fetttLT: L— 0 .-..IT .X iu thiirste nf Playing Rules. Several cities lmvo claimed the honor as the birthplace of baseball. Boston says that a game called "New England" was the forerunner of the game as it Is known today. Philadel phia says no, "town ball" is the parent of baseball. The latter game, it is said, was played by an organized club* the Olympics, as far back as 1833. The early game of "rounders" wag an earlier phase of the same game. The real home of baseball, when all is 8aid and done, is—bold on a minute —Hoboken, N. J. It was there that, 71 years ago, the flrst bona fide baseball game between clubs was played. The contenders were the Knickerbockers and the New York Cities, and the game was played on the Elysian fields, near Jersey City. That was on June 14, 1.846. The Ely sian fields are now the site of llobo ken. The Knickerbockers were organ ized In New York In September, 1845. They were the flrst to formulate play ing rules. The New Yorks organized a little later and adopted the same code. Both of those clubs played several games with scrub teams picked from among the spectators before they faced each other on that June day in 1846. Under the rules that obtained at that time, the first team to make 21 runs was the victor. The game lasted four innings, the Knickerbockers win ing, but history does not record the score of their opponents. The Knickerbockers found their first real rivals In the Gothams, organ teed in 1850, and the Gxeenpolnt Eck fords and the Morrisanla Unions, or ganized in 1855. The Olympics of Philadelphia eairly adopted the New York game, and the Athletics, Key stones and Quaker CItys later1 fought for supremacy, while in Boston the Olympics were organized in 1854, and a little later the Elm Trees disputed honors with the pioneers. But heavens! Just think» of it I Twenty-one runs in four Innings. The fact that Ty Cobb has quit play ing golf for the summer may have something to do with his remarkable winning streak. Matty Mclntyre, former Detroit star and late manager of the Mobile team, is now playing ball with a team in a Detroit factory league. Happy Felsch, who is playing center field for the White Sox, has developed into a high-class player. He is one of Rowland's best hitters. Third Baseman Balrd Is making good with the Cardinals. He couldn't hit when he played with the Pirates, but now he is killing the ball. s. Pitcher Earl Hamilton of the Browns got away to a poor start this season. He has failed to come home a winner in fourteen starts. Miller Huggins has been cleaning house and trimming his sails to make room for a lot of new players who are to be taken on this fall. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE The Outbursts of Everett True Bv Condo S&CT/O/V MCF-PAGG /i.i.UST/9 TAfss-s Get at*/ P/CTO/ze pep/lRTURe FOR. A 3UMMS** RESORT 'M MRS. True WAS BCCN ACTivec? Itrm pictors SHOWS HPP OI= TWQ^IWMMOCK ON His ORIGIN OF BASEBALL Rear Home of Our National Game Is Hoboken, New Jersey. Knickerbocker* Defeated New York Cities In Four-Inning Contest, June 14, 1846—First to Formulate SWC6 HR?TRub'H1 N€AT-RTTIK|C5 OVeRALC^Mo^YSS. r^ONT Sp-0|^L(.y POS&T5 R3R. THP5 PAO^ HRS.TRUlS 1^ KNOhli iMOMo usd Ty* T» Nv Jusr COOK! THfliT QeNT-€MAM AT HAS F/tcc^N OUT R| 06 NOTICE AND CITATION, HEARING OF FINAL ACCOUNT AND DIS TRIBUTION OF ESTATE. State of North Dakota, county of Burleigh. In county court, before Hon. H. C. Bradley, judge. In the matter of the estate of John E. Corwith, deceased. Alico It. Corwith, Petitioner VH. American Homo Missionary Society, Pliebe R. Reillv, American Bible So city, Sarah Oirwitli, Mrs. Edward II cmpste a d. The Presbyterian Church of Uridgchampton, Now York, Charles It. Corwith, John W. Hall, Susan Corwith, Nathan Cor with, (ieoi'Ke It. Corwith, Edward G. Corwith, Mrs. Elizabeth 11. Shears, David Dangler, Henry C. Dangler, Eliza C. Ilauimil, Mary C. Baker, Isabello C. Cramer, John W. Cor with, Ileuiy C. Corwith,: Gurdon Cor with, Susan* II.' Dickinson, Mary Ilempsteiid, I'rank Hempstead, Eliz abeth c. Wells and Gurdon 10. Cor with, Respondents. Tho Stafo of North Dakota to the Above Named Respondents: You, the niiid respondents, are here by notified that the final account of tho executrix of the will of John E. Corwith,' late of the city of Galena, in the county of Jo Daviess, and state of Illinois, deceased, has been ren dered to this eourt, therein showing that tho catalo of said deceased ia ready for final settlement and distri bution, and petitioning that his ac count bo allowed, the residue of said estate bo distributed to the persons thereunto entitled, his administration closed artd lie be discharged that Tuesday, the 1th day of 'September, A. D. 1017 at ten o'clock in the fore noon of that day at the court rooms in the court house, in the city of Bis marck, county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota, has been duly ap pointed by this court for the settle ment thereof, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions, in writing, to .said account and petition and contcst the same. And you, ho above respondents, and each of you, are hereby cited and required then and there to be and appear before this court, and show catise, if any you have, why said ac cotittt shall not bo allowed, tho resi due of sajd estate distributed, the ad ministration of said1 estate cfosed and said executrix be discharged. Dated the L':!rd day of July, A. D., 1917. By the Cburt, H. C. BRADLEY, Juriw of the County Court. Let the foregoing citation be Served by publication in the Bismarck Trib une. H. C. BRADLEY,/ Judge of tho County Cotffrt. NEWTON, DCLLAM & YOUNG, Attorneys for Executfiit" It k-lt—7-23-30:8r6-13 NOTICEOFSALE. Notice Is hereby given that that cer tain mortgage, executed tfnd delivered by James F. mpagna, mortgagor, to Bismarck hank, a corporation under the laws of Hie state ol iNorfh Dakota, dated the 1st day of Dot ember, A D. 1915, and filed for record in the oflice of the register of deeds of the county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota, on the 2nd day of December, 1915, and recorded in book 30 of mort gages at page 545, will be foreclosed by sale of tho premises in such mort gage and hereinafter described, at the front door of tho court house in the county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota a I tin hour of ten o'clock a. on the first day of September. 1917, to satisfy the amount due upon such mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in such mort gage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are described as follows, to wit: Lot thirty-six (36) in block for-j PAGE AND BUSINESS MEN'S* DICTIONARY OR THE TELEPHONE BOOK JOHN BORTELL JOHN BORTELL Sheet Metal and Radiator' Works BISMARCK, N. D." CALL AND SEE SAMFLE Round Oak Moist Aid Heating Sys tems. Health* lest and cheapest method known for Heating a Home. Kadiators Ke paired and re built. Prompt service. Rea sonable prices. Best known methods used to do the work TAXI Auto Radiator Repairing Phone Freightand Baggage ibRAYura Clootens Livery Temporary Office Basement Cowan's Drug Store Fourth and Broadway load «wrH«l on ijwr ttle mill Uonvy Truck Kprimrn I Irc uUtuaScUti KublNtrl'IrM VOUR dclivcry service can be made AND A 75 per ccnf morr tfficUnt r/lDll'Qr cuf and the coat to ona-third with th« UN Q?n Ford- Dearborn One Truck. Vou Ret Ford Efli-Ton MAKEC ciency. Ford Simplicity, Ford PIMM* Economy A and Dearborn Strength, F°BO OiULlonTrucR Corwin Motor Co. N. Bismarck, D. "Ex Loden's Battery v| CORWW MOTOR Co.&wiA*airi ty-live of Klannery and Wcthcr by's addition to the city of Bismarck, according to the plat thereof on lile and of record in tho oflice of the rcg ister of deeds of Burleigh county. There will be due oil such mortgage at the "date of sale tho sum of two hundred and thirty-live dollars (), exclusive of tho costs and disbursements of this proceeding. BISMARCK BANK, Mortgagee. BENTON BAKER, Attorney for Mortgagee. 7-lG-2u-3U:8-lo-2Q NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE MISSOURI VALLEY MOTOR COM PANY. A special meeting of tho stockhold ers of the Missouri Valley Motor com pany is hereby called, by the directors of the company, to be held at the prin cipal oflice of the company in the city of Bismarck, North Dakota, at o'clock p. m. on Saturday, tho 11 f toentli day of September, 1917. The object of said meeting is, by the stockholders consent, to authorize the Board of Directors to increaso the capital stock of the company to one hundred thousand ($100,000) dollars. Dated at Bismarck, N. 1., July 11, 1017. JOS. P. HESS, Secretary. 7-18-2.".: 8-1-8-15-22-29: 'J-5-12 NOTICE—SEALED BIDS. The School Board of I^ong Lake School District No. 18 will receive sealed bids until 7:30 p. m. Friday, Sept. 14, 1917 for the erection of a two-room frame building, 32x56 feet, with full basement, according to plans and specitications, which will be on lile with the clerk of the board on and after Aug. M, 1917. This building is to be erected in the town of Moflit and sto be completed and ready for occupancy within 90 days from date letting the contract. All bids must be accompanied by a certified check for 5 per cent of the amount of the bid, payable to the clerk of the board. The board reserves the right to re ject any and all bids Dated at Moflit this 11th day of Aug, 1917. By order of the school bonrd. L. L. LOCKWOOD, Clerk I/ng Lako School District No. 48. (8—13, 20, 27 9—2. 9) Masterpieces of Correspondence. France liaR in various periods given ns such masterpieces of correspond ence as those of La Rochefoucald, Mar garet of Valois, Voltaire, Mine, do Malnteo'in, Mme. du Deffand, Mmo. do Sevigne, Mme. Roland, George Snnd nnd Prosper Meriraen, but Germany, rich as she is in literature, has given us but few men of distinction in this line, Schiller, Goethe nnd Humboldt alone contributing rthythlng worthy of historical preservation. tAVl TA VI 27 i* B. SMITH A. W. CRAIG Licensed Embalmer in Charge WARNER Camping 1917 Model Now oo Display Corwin Motor Co. BlMMTfl, S. 9. REBORING Han your motor lost Its 'power? Let us rebore the cylinder^ and fit with oversize jiistons, on a new machine built especially for that purpose. CORY/IN ,CQM|»ANY is ok N I S£RVlck I ^1LL BUILD tH I CORWIN Phone Shop Machine Hemstitch" iiig and Picoting. MRS. M. C. HUNT 314 and St PEONS MS Undertaking Parlors A. W. Lucas Company Day Phone 465 Wight Phone 100 "a WOTOR CO &IS*MCK.K'O The Electric Shop •. K. SKXELI Everything Iltctrlca! Wiring Fixture* and Supplies Delco Farm Ltyht Plants Phone 878 408 Broadway io You Want a Roadster in splendid running order recently overhauled—and will give you years of service. This ear If tak° at wee wlOII be sold eheaip Address Box 350 Tribune Master Butchers' association 17:0:1 Food 'Dictator Hoover to prohibit sale of meat on two days of the week. If this proposition has a trend toward two more days of lovely hash, hore'u where the hellishness of war gets the deadly grip 011 Germany has Kot a substitute for tobacco that's made of strawberry leaves, lavender and fennel. Must have got a tip from our ciRar men, only they haven't got all that he puts in ours, by a long shot. To send United States troops to the Kuss-Austrian front would be an act of great rudeness. We're not at war with Austria. Let us be polite. CITY LOTI 8EVEH S. LAMBERT KKOADWAY BISMAKOK, N. Ik FRKDLRICK W. KtllH ARCHITECT Webb BImI Hhm449 Undertaking- Embalming Licensed Embalmer in Cbwge Day Phone 50 Kight Phone Wl WEBB BROTHERS CORWIN MOTOR CO. BISMARCK, H. II. Jobbert""' DRY CLEANING AND DYE WORKS PHONE 394 409 Front Street We Call for and Deliver For first class shoe repairing go to Bismarck Sha* Hospital H. BURMAN, Prop. 411 Broadway Transfer & storage We have unequaled facilities for moving, otoring and ahipplnf household goods. Careful, export •heed mm also retail Ice an* wood. Wachter Transfer Comp( Phone No. 202 Fifth St. Shoes Repaired left Equipped Chop la ttw 1 our vitals. Northwest L. E. Larson I Wf *ain atrert HATS Cleaned & Re-Blocked Bism&ick Bank Building BENTS AT KtASONABLE PRICES Especially Ladies Straws and Panama's Work guaranteed and done promptly' EAGLE HAT WORKS Phone b12 Opp. Post Ollicc. BISMARCK Bismarck Realty Company ABM LAUDS