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FOB br&nd new six room
lAo^erii 'lioiiseai f3,i00 each. $400
ci&tlT |S5 fcer month. These
houses could not be replaced for
tfcla money
FOljt .§AW^-HU)t on 5th street, half
bfocknorth of Court House splen­
did location niq^ part of city and
almost down town.
flIVERVItW ADDITION lots are the
cheapest to the city we give ex­
tremely liberal ternVa and buyers
are fully protected.
UNl qt.N. ADDITION acre property
offer* the working ma,n the ideal
opportunity to get a honle for hint
self on very easy terfns and at
prices less than one third of what
adjoining town lots are selling for.
You should pay for the land and
feed your family from the proceeds
of this years crop.
Fire fnwirance in Reliable Companies
Office :Open Every Evening
REAL ESTATE COMPANY
F.E. YOUNG
Telephone No. 78R
Office in First National BankBldg.
J. H. HOLIHAN
Seal Estate Bargains
FOR SALE—House of six rooms
electric lights, city water. Large
lot and othfcr lots adjoinihg can be
boiight or rented. House built three
years ago. This is just the place
for a family who wishes to reduce
the cost of living. There is noth­
ing in the city just as good at the
price. $1,750. $650 cash.
FOR SA'LE—(Modern house of 6 rooms
and bath, full basement. Avenue
"C"
East. This is a real bargain at
13,000. $500 cash.
FOR TRADE—Land for Bismarck
property.
TRU8T ME FOR BARGAINS
Insurance Written.
J. fl. SOLIflAN
Lucas Block. Phone 745
HELP WANTED—FEMALE"
W'A NT
Ef—Competent girl for gener­
al housework. Phone 516 or call at
924 6th street 3 7 «lt
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Mrs. F. A. Doll, Flat 5 Per­
son Court. Phone 749.
„v,v. 3 6 tf
WANTED Experienced saleslady,
"one but experienced need apply.
50i Broadway. 3 5 5t
WANt»o—Competent girl for gene~r
al hougework. Mrs. F. Holmboe,
208 W. Broadway.
3 2 tf.
WANTED—rwo girls to play piano
and. sell mu«ic. Apply at Wonder
and 10c stdie. 2-19 tf
LOOT and jrOPND
LOST —Wednesday evening iu the
business section, wfeltham watch,
gold cjjae, bearing engraved initial
"C." Finder please leave watch ait
the Tribune and receive liberal re
ward. 444 Care T*i
Beautiful high-grade line. Exclusive
territory. Sample soap free. La
cassian Co., Dept. 95, St. Louis, Mo.
r: 2-24-tf
WANT£I—A-l salesman covering
Nort)i ttakota to carry a wonderful
guaranteed automobile tire ara tube
line. Tire guaranteed 4000 miles.
Commission basis. Willis Tile &
Rubber Co., Minneapolis, Minn.
FOB SALE OR RENT—HOUSES
AND FLATS
FOR SALE—-My cottage at 309 7th
street. Address M. Jameson, iMoffit,
_,X. D. .3 7 2t
FOfc RENT—Flat of two rooms, kitch­
enette and bath, modern. Also
house of nine rooms and bath. Mod­
ern. Corner of 12th and Avenue A.
H. O. Rrude or phone 745.
3 7 4t
fcOR RENT— Seven-room house, alj
modern. 710 Avenue D.
35
tfOR RENT—House at 711 6th St.
Apply to B. K. Skeels 408 Broadway.
3 5 tf
f^OR RENT—Small house, electric
lights and water. Phbtfe 355.
.. 2 21 1 mo.
FOR REWT—Pour room .apartment
with hath heat and water included
Centrally located. Phone 806.
.. 2 12 tf
FOR RENT—Modern house at'922 7th
at., Bismarck. Writ* 3. F. Swayie,
Oerrtson, N. D. 2-12 lmo
fun HtNt— Heautlful eight-room res
idence all mQdern with hot water
heat on Avettile Wqiiire at 918
8th atreet or write Tribune No. 373
-2 7 tf
huH HfrwT—f ive room modem house
lOUtir TO R1NT—I have two
-WmUfm tm c.v mm*.
-»4tt
FOR RINT^-Oood, comfbttable, mtm
room bouMt close to not* lor $25.
c. WILLIAMS & co.
Real Estate Ssapt
FOR SALE 6R TRADE—One good
section of land six miles southwest
of Shields in Grant county, N.
This section Is ,75 per cent tillable
and will trade for city Income.
W
1
,• 9
Have several hoaies (or sale, trade
or rfnt. Will take good cir In on the
deal.
C. WILLIAMS ft CO.
Office, Bismarck Bank Bidg..
Tel. No. 497, Bismarck, N. D.
POSITIONS WANTED
ALL
AROUND PRINTER wants posi
tion at once. Write Tribune No, 441.
3 6 2t
POSITION WANTED* on farm by mar­
ried man with small family, as work­
ing foreman. Wife good worker. We
have wide-awake farm experience.
Have run 3 section farms. Will go
at once and anywhere. ,3 5 3t
WORK WANTED
WANTED—'By a young experienced
girl, position as chambermaid and
waitress in a private family. Answer
by mail, Miss Agnes Bondeson, co
Mrs. A. M. Johnson, Wilton, N. D.,
R. F. T. No. 3. 3-2 lwk
WANTED WORK—By day or hour,
Apply at '202 1-2 Main or Phone 303.
2-27 lmo
A/ANTED—Work—Lady wants work
by the hour. Phone 212K.
a 10 1 mo
KOOMtt run KJSM'i-
ROO'MS FOR RENT—Suitable for
light housekeeping. 313 4th street..
Phone 627X. 3 7 tf
,-OR RENT— Furnished room close
in also board if desired. Call at
41G Thayer street.
3 7 3t
FOR "^ENT—Two beautiful large
rooms. All modern conveniences.
Call at IK' Thayer. 3 7 IIU
ROR RENT—Two houses, 1 modern 5
room, and 1 p&rtly modern 6 room.
Address 610 Broadway. Call 203.
3 7 5t
FOR RENT—'Two furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. With garden
place. Close in. Phone 5&5X.
3_7 2t_
FOR RENT—Large furnished room,
two blocks from Sanitary Bakery.
Would rent to two ladies or two
gentlemen. Call 716 Broadway.
3 7 tf
FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod­
ern house. 522 2nd street.
3 5 3t
FOR RENT—Modern room, hot and
cold water. 515 4th street.
3 tf
FOR RENT—2 nicely furnished com­
municating rooms. Separate or to­
gether, in modern home. 608 2nd
St., Phone 144L. 3-2 7t
FOR RENT—Modern room. 521 Sixth
St. 3-1-1 mo
FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod
ern house. 422 1st st. 2-27 tf
-OR RENT—Close liT furnished
rooms for light. housekeeping. 411
5th street. Phone 273.
2 4 tf.
30ARDER8 at 212 3rd atreet. Clean
warm room. Good meals, living
price. Now management.
1 18 lmo.
iTEAM-H£AYED furnished and un­
furnished rooms for rant. Business
college. P-hone 183. 116-30
coil
jUne.
1-4
7,t
=4
r—Hots
=ok~
OR RENT—Strictly modern rooms
Thone 377K 2 16 1 mo
TOR
3 7 3t.
A^ENT-^ale^mAN
X&ENTS—Make big prolits-selling
our, extracts, perfumes, coid creams,
face powders, .spices, medicines, etc.
RENT—Furnished rooms. 8,01
Fourth afreet Phone 404It Geo
U«fo 11 14 tf
MISCELLANEOUS
WANTED—To buy or rent: small
house with garden place by road
manager Fit-Good Mfg. Co., New
York. Call room 102, Van Horn Ho­
tel. 3 7 2t
ftR SALE—Ono demonstrator OveF
land model "90" run about 600 miles.
•For further particulars see Mr. P.
R. Fields,. Bismarck, iNT. D. 3 7 Ct
FOR SALE—Two slightly used"""t-bot
tom gas breaker outfits. A bargain
for cash. Address No. 442 Tribune.
_3_7^ 3t
FOR SAL.E—Milk, 10 quarts for $1.00
delivered anywhere in city. Phone
732Y. 3 6 3t
ROOM AND BOARD—620- 6th street.
3 5 1 mo.
FOR SALE—Seven head of fine cat
tle, cows and calves. Also 3 young
horses, two broken. Cream separ­
ator and ex-ray incubator. Stock
can be seen at Ithude's farm north­
east of city two miles. Mrs. Bertha
Rhude, box 169, Bismarck.
3 5 3t I
FOR RENT—Small barn or garage for
rent between 11th and 12th street. I
Call 478L. 3 5 3t
FOR SALE—Vernes Martin" bed, two
leather upholstered rockers, pood
condition. 512 Av6nue A. Call morn­
ings. Phone 460W. 3 5 3t
•OH SALE—DriscoH Barber Shop.
Good chance for someone wanting
a nice little shbp of their own.
Good live town, aind good business.
B. C. Solum, Pr6p. Drlscoll Bar­
ber Shojs, Driscoll, N. D.
3 2 6t
REAL ESTATE RANGE good as hew
for sale, $35. Call at 418 Seventh
street or Phone 844K .•
RANTED—To buy,l160 acres or 320
acres of good prairie or improved
land in Burleigh cbnnty. Price must
be right. Address Box 211, Bis*
inarck, N. D. 2-16-tf
—Billiard hall equipment.
Four pool tables, toiliard table, elec­
tric piano aftd o,ther fixtures, in
town of o.OftQ poftiftittOn. MMit
For selling, going Into other bust
less. Write Care Tribune 3S4.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
fob.
Soy),
PCAO.
New York, N. Y., Mar. 6.—Rails and
steels shared the honors of today's
desultory stock market, the former
advancing 1' to 3% ponts on intima­
tions of early federal developments
beneficial to the transportation sys­
tems, and the latter responding quite
substantial to some very favorable ex­
hibits of earnings.
St. Paul common and preferred en­
joyed especial prominence for a time
to the accompaniment of rumors indi
ating dividend action, and Rock Is­
lands featured the lower priced wes­
tern rails.
TRIBUNE FINANCIAL DEPARTMENT
RAILS. STEELS CORN PRICES
GET SLOW RISE: ARE BETTERED
Reports That Federal Develop- Good Average Quality of Arriv
ments Will be Beneficial a's Stimulation Oats Gains
Assigned as Reason Fraction
Gross, gains in equipments extended
from one to two points, republic iron
and crucible and Lackawanne steels
frequently rivaling United States steel
in activity. The latter closed at a small
fractional loss, others of the same
group cancelling their gains in the
final hour on a general' reaction in
shippings and specialties.
Ppols were. less conspicuous. Spec­
ulative issues loke General Motors,
Baldwin Locomotive and Mexcan Pet­
roleum holding within comparatively
Restricted limits and ending at nei
recessions of ont to two points. Salea
amounted to 335,000 shares.
Promise of better money conditions
was fulfilled, call loans ruling at AM
percent with an abundance of offer­
ings. Lires were again the only feature
of the foreign exchange market rally­
ing slightly from recent acute weak­
ness.
Investment bonds continued to
shade on light dealings but the Lib­
erty group hardened after early irreg­
ularities. Total sales (par value) ag­
gregated $3,450,000.
United States old 4's declined '/a per­
cent on call.
NEW YORK MONEY
New York, N. Y., Mar. G.—Mercan-j
tile paper ,"% precent. Bar silver 85%.
Mexican dollars G8. Government bonds
iregular Railroad bonds easy. Time
loans strong, sixty days, ninety days
and six months, 6 bid. Call money
firm high 41/-: low 4% ruling ratcj
4% closing bid 4 offered at 4% last
loan 4y2.
NEW YORK METAL
New York, N. Y., .Mar. 6.—Metal ex­
change quotes lead steady spot 750 0'
775- Spelter dull: East St. Louis de-'
livery spot offered at 770.
OMAHA LIVESTOCK
Omaha, Nebr., Mar. 6.—Hogs re-:
ceipts 16,(100: higher heavy 1G25 @1
1$75 mixed 1650 1665 light 1640
1675 pigs 1000 1575 bulk 1650:
1665.
Catle receipts 6.500 steady: native
steers'900 1325 cows and heifers!
725 1050 western steers 850 @j
1175 canners 650 775: stockers and
feeders 650 110d calves 900
1300 bulls, stags, etc. 700 950.
.. Sheep.receipts 16,000 higher year
1200 J® 1450 wethers 100
1300: ewes'1-075 1265 lambs 1625
@1725:
BISMARCK EVENING TRIBUNE
SELL IT THROUGH THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE'S CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
ANOTHER NAME FOR A CORSAGE
BOUQUET.
I
OH, WHAT
BSAUTIFUL
camouflage
Chicago, 111., Mar. G.—Corn brought
somewhat beter prices today, helped
at little by improvement in the aver­
age
quality of arivals. The market
closed
steady, with May 127'4 a net
advance
of a shade. Oats gained
ter (ii
Quar­
"to Voc. The outcome in
provisions ranged from 2c decline to a
rise
of 7c.
Higher grading of the new receipts
corn, although gratifying, left much
to be desired. Nearly half of the sup­
ply coming in still contained more
than 23 percent of moisture. Unsettled
weather and a falling off in the rapid­
ity of the crop movement counted
more or less in favor of the bulls, but
were considerably offset by reports
that the number of cars available at
Illinois stations showed a material in­
crease. Estimates were curren- that
the total stock oif corn on faims was
1,151,(100,000 bushels, an ag^iogate sur­
passing,
any previous record.
Scantiness of offerings except on
cided
de­
upturns gave strength to oats,
and so,
too, did expart business
way
by
of the Gulf. Estimates of record
breaking
farm reserves of 634,00,000
bushels
failed to k^ep prices down.
Provisions averaged higher as a re­
sult of
higher quotations on hogs. Most
of the
buying*.was for Shorts. Winter
packing
was figured a$.2,568,000 short,
compared
with l&st year.
Option Open High
Corn—
May
Oats
March
Mav
.'127.% 187%: 127%-
91%
89%
91 Ys
'S9%
91%
8914
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK
Chicago, 111., Mar. 6.—Hogs receipts
25,M)0: strong .-twenty-five to thirty
cents above yesterday's average lmU
1645 C7 1690 light 1676 1725 mix­
ed 1 (I2"i 1715 heavy 1575 1675
rough 1575 1595 pigs 1275 1G60.
1 Catle receipts 9,000 firm native]
steers SCO- & 1410 stockers a.nd feed-!
ers 770 1125 cows q,nd heifers 650
11 SO calves 875 1475.
Sheep receipts 8,000 strong sheep
1H75 (ft 1365 -lambs .1425 1805.
MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN
Minneapolis Myin., Mar. 6.—Flour
ten cents under yesterday's price. In
carload lots, standard flour quoted at 1
!)70 a barrel in 98 pound cotton sacks,
Shipments 39,895 barrels. I
Barley 190. 225.
I
1
Rye 2SS ^90.
Bran 3298. I
Wheat receipts 77 cars compared
with 377v a year ago.
Corn, Nlo, 3 Yellow [email protected] 1S5.
Oats Xo. 3 WTiite 92% 93%.
Flax 411 414.
ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK
South St. Paul, Minn., Mar.
6-
Hogs receipts 9,700 20 to 25c higher
range" 1640 16G5 bulk 1650 W 1fi60."i
at re 5 1 0 0 1 0 to
15c l(?wer steers t!50 lii 1300 cows
and .lieifers 700 95tv veal calves'
aiALLMAN
steady GOO 1300 stockers and feed­
ers 15 to 25c lowtfr, '€50 1050.
Sheep receipts 400 steady Iambs
S00 1650 wethers 700 1350 ewes
500 1200.
NEW YORiTsTOCK LIST
American Beet Sugar ..79%
American Can .'...39%
American Smelting & Refining ..80%
American Tel. & Tel 105%
American Zinc 14Va
Anaconda Copper G2'/a
Atchison 84
Baltimore & Ohio 53VI"
Butte & Superior 19Vi
California Petroleum 15VL
Canadian Pacific 114^
miDEmrMO 11
A. W. LUCAS COMPANY
Day and Night Phone 100
Licensed Embalmer in Charge
Lady Embalmer in Attendance
LALLEY
LIGHT
Farm electric plants solve
your lighting and power
problems.
"A switch starts it."
In use for over seven years.
Dealers Wanted.
CorwinMotorCo.
Bismarck, N.. D.
Bog. n. a. F«t. oflc*
s,
Corwin Motor
.Central Leather 701/&
Chesajeake & Ohio 55
Chicago, Mil. & St. Paul 42%
Chino Copper ...
Colorado Fuel &
Crucible Steel
Cuba Cane Sugar
Krie
C.reat Northern Ore Ctfs ..
(Jreat Northern Pfd
Inspiration Copper
Int. Mer. Marine pfd ctl's ...
Kennecott Copper
Louisville & Nashville
Mexican Petroleum
Miami Copper
Missouri Pacific
Montana Power
New York Central
Northern Pacific
Pennsylvania
Hay Consolidated Copper ..
Reading
Republic Iron & Steel ....
Southern Pacific
Southern Railway
Texas Co.
Union Pacific
U. S. Industrial Alochol ..
I'nited States Steel
I'tali Copper
.42%
Iron
....391/4
G2J/S
31%
...14%
28
44%
«6%
::2-!H
1 1 2
0r
31
22 ••h
(J9%
71
sr.
44"«
24%
7(1%
79'4
83%
2 3%
WEBB BROTHERS
E. T. BURKE
LAWYER
Tribune Block Bismarck, N. D.
PHONE 752.
Machine Hemstitching and
Picoting
MRS. M. C. HUNT
314 2nd St. Phone 849
SIRS. L. VAN HOOK
Special Representative for the
8PIRELLA CORSET
Phone 555Z or 308 Fourth St.
Wa ara a licensed aervlce atatlon
and wholaaale distributing depot of
the Exlde Battery Co* the largeat of
Its kind In the world. Any work we
turn out la abaolutely guaranteed by
our contract with theae people. We
will repair all makes of batteries and
carry a full line of new Exide batter
lea and parta for any make of car.
Cold weather ruins a half charged
battery. If your's is in doubtful con­
dition, send it to us for inspection.
We also apeclallze In the winter Mer
age of batteriea for those who put
away their cara for the aeaaoa.
1
... .130
1 2 2
1 2 1
90%
81%
PROHIBITION
CO-OPERATION
IS
JEW PLAN
Convention Passes Resolution
That the National Committee
Federate With Nationals
Chicago, 111., Mar. G.-—Delegates to
the national prohibition convention
tonight voted to co-operate and fed­
erate with the new national party in
the furtherance of certain aims, but
refused to effect a complete merger.
The decision was reached when the
delegates, after a test vote on the res­
olution, had failed to result in a two
thirds majority, adopted a substitute
resolution by Dr. Charles Scanlon, of
Pittsburgh by a vote of 203 to 75 that
the prohibition party retain its name
_____ and activities, but that i^s national
committee meet with the nationalists
TAXI
27
Phone
L. E. SMITH
For first class shoe
repairing go to
Bismarck Shoe Hospital
H. BURMAN, Prop.
411 Broadway
Undertaking—Embalming
Licensed Embalmer in Charge
Day Phone 50, Night Phone 687
EXIDE BATTERIES ABE
BETTER.
PAGE
MJm
committee to co-operate and fede
in furthering the election, of stat^
islators and United States congre
men favoring the platforms of
parties.
Insurgency Threatened.
Although Dr. Scanlo.n's resolut
was made unanimous on motion of
Cr. Brubaker, of Illinois, who fathfi
the resolution for a complete mem
delegates from many states declare
they would go over to the nation!
party, and disband their state orgal
izations. Such action will have to if
taken at state conventions, but soil
of the states which it is said will
are 'Minnesota, Wisconsin, North
kota, Oregon, Washington and Ka
sas.
The final action came after tv
days of debate which resulted in
deadlock in which neither those tj
1 nor those against the complete meri
could muster the two thirds majOrl|
necessary. At times each side
I able to muster for the delegates,
1
peatedly changed their votes.
SAMMIES ROUT
HUNS ON LINEI
IN LORRAI)
A New Location of Americ
Troops Disclosed by Offic­
ial U. S. Confirmation
Headquarters American Trodp^
France, Mar. 7 —'American troops
still another place on the French fro
have been raided by Germans,
were repulsed with losses. This is ti|
first time permission is given to the
tion this engagement. The Anil"
can forces entered the batle line
certain place in Lorraine. The Fre*'
commander congratulated the An
cans of their behavior.
The foregoing is confirmation of
French official statement of March
which said that a German attack 11
trenches held by American forces'
Lorraine on the night of March 4
repulsed.
-THE-
ELECTRIC SHOP
B. K. SKEELS
Everything Electrical
Wiring Fixtures and Snpplie
Delco Farm Light Plants
Phone 370 408 Broadwaj
BARBIE'S
DRY CLEANING AND
DYE WORKS
PHONE 394
409 Front Street
We Call for and Deliver
Transfer & Storagq
We have unequalled Melllflti for
mevlnoi atorlng, and shipping I
household good*. Careful, oxpork|
Wneed ma a loo ratall Ma aaff
wood.
WAOOTlft TSAN8FXS 00.
Phona tt. Na. «2 Fifth »t
8TEAM HEATED
FIRE-PROOF
STORAGE!
Radiator
Repairing
in all its branches!
RACINE 5,000-milc
at Whoteiala.

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