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MONDAY, SEPT. 2, 1918.
I 1 ECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Blosser FRECKLES KNEW WHAT HE'D CATCH SQUIRREL FOOD By Ahem BENNY'S "SUPPOSING" COULDN'T HAVE BEEN MORE REALISTIC HELP WANTED—MALE WANTED—Man and wife to work on farm. Addres Box 219, Bismarck, N, D. 8-24-tf "tfU'NG MAN WANTED for evening work at Lahr Motor Sales Co. I 8 30 2t_ 'ANTED—Young man who can drive cari|i* Corwin Motor CJ. 8 31 tf AP-HER.- .WANTED—At once. Good wages, steady job if desired. O. Beckwlck, Northwood, N D. S 30_wk WANTED—'All around automobile""me chanic vrho can earn highest wages. Corwin Motor Company, iBsmarck, N. Dak. 8 28 1 wk WANTED—Young man to work in clothing store before and after school and Saturdays. Address Lock Box 606, City. 8 22 tf WANTED—Able bodied men between ages of 46 and 56 by U. S. Army for all kinds of trades. Apply Room 20 Soo Hotel, Recruiting Station. 8 21 tf HELP WANTED—FEMALE WANTED—A dishwasher at Hoff" man's Chocolate Shop Main street. 9 2 2t WANTED—Ten bright capable ladies to travel, demonstrate and sell well known gooes to established dealers. $25.00 to $50.00 per week railroad fare paid weekly advance for trav eling expenses. Address at once, 'Goodrich Drug Company. Dept. 631, Omaha, Nebr. 8 31 It WANTED—Two dining rooin "iris. Homan's Cafe. 8 31 2t WANTED—Girl for general house work, Mrs. H. H. Steele. 8 28_tf WANTED—Girl to operate elevator at Grand Pacific Hotel. 8 31 3t WANTED—Girl or woman toward and room, or room only if preferred. Nice home and good location. Phone 685Z 8 30 3t WANTED—A girl for general house work, highest wages. Apply to Mrs. P. C. Remington, 610 7th street morning and evening,' or Room 20 City National Bank Bldg, after noons. 8 29 tf vVANTED—Competent girl good wa ges. Inquire at 104 Ave A. or Phone 622. 8 27 6t WANTED—Messenger girl. Girl go ing to school need not apply. West ern Union. 8 15 tf WANTED—Experienced lady stenog rapher with some knowledge of 'bookkeeping. Address 546, Tribune. 8 26 tf [WANTED—gijl for general house work. Mrs. .J. Outerhouse, 323 1st street. 8 26 6t WANTED—Competent girl for general hcusework. Good wages. Phone 746 or call 613 3rd street. 8 26 6t WANTED— An experienced sten '^rapher. Best wages. Address :-219 Bismarck, N. D. 8 24 tf ROOMS FOR RENT |JR' RENT—Furnished room in mod |ern house. Hot water heat. 621 6th street. Phone 619-R. 8 28 6t P5r"RENT—Modern furnished room I one-half block from court house. In quire 614 Rosser or Phone 482X. 8 29 3t fh OR RENT—A nice large furnished room in a new modern house. 1 block and a half from th3 post of fice. 213 2nd street or Phone 634X. S 27 1 wk FOR RENT—Furnished rooms all modern. Hot -water heat. Phone tl»L or call 619 6th street. so 1* FOR RENT—Four rooms* single and double rooms, all modern. $5 and *t TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED COLUMNS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES Terms Strictly Cash—No Copy Without Remittance attached will be inserted. First insertion, 35 cents additional insertions without change of copy, 15 cents. Adver tisements containing more than 25 words will be charged at the rate of two cents a word foi each additional word. a month. For one night 35c quire 713 3rd street. AFRAID VyMfVT AR6 Trtese ^AMO GRENADES I WEAR SO fAOCrt ABOUT? rtovrf DO THEY WORK AND virtAT oo T^ev oo 1 Die. KENS HAND grenades 1 DO^'f yoO KKOVJ^ vJELL, LETS suppose THIS -fiM CAM iS A 9 2 1 wk FOR RENT—Modern furnished house. 419 7th street. Phone 435-11. 8 27 1 wk OR RENT—Furnished housekeeping rooms, modern. Phone 773 Mrs. O. Varney, 40b 2nd street. Avenue and Hannifin St. H&HD CbRE»AAOE -J In- Inquira I 1 wk FOR RENT—Furnished room 38 Rosser. FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod ern house. 522 Second street. Phone 2S3. 9 2 4t FOR RENT—Modern furnished room. 403 3rd street. 8 30 3t FOR REX'T—•Steam heated living rooms over First Guaranty bank. In quire at bank. 8 24 6t FOR RENT—Modern furnished front room. 820 Fifth street. Phone 242K. FOR RENT—Rooms in strictly mod ern house close in. Pleasant loca tion. 515 5th street. Phone 592X. 7 30 tf FOR SALE OR RENT HOUSES AND FLATS FOR REXT—Seven at 922 7th street. room bungalow J. 8 29 6t FOR RENT—Six room house well lo cated, close in. Geo. M. Register. 9 2 3t QUICK PURCHASE—6 room house, 2 lots. Catholic and public schools within block. Electric lights, tele phone cistern well garage gard en. House 6 years old, first clas:' condition. Leaving city. Price $2,700. Chas. Bingham, Milbank, S. D. 9 2 6t FOR RENT—'Four room house, mod ern. Frank Kroll place, 313 14th St. 8 31 3t FOR RENT—Four furnished rooms two very suitable for light house keeping. Breakfast served if pre ferred. Near Hrgh School. Phone 477K or call at 818 Avenue B. 8 30 3t FOR SALE—Good five room house on easy terms if taken by Septem ber 6th, or would rent to good party. No children preferred if possible. Also good second hand pi ano for sale. Call at corner of FOR RENT—Warm, pleasant modern rooms for tetachers, pupils or oth ers. Cheaper for families, than buy ing fuel. C22 Third street. 8_ 26_6t FOR RENT—All modern 6 room house electric washer, electric range and range in connection. 36 Ave C. Key is at next door. S 2S 4t tOR RENT—New cottage, all modem, ready after September 1st. Apply to Finch Lumber Co., Phone 17. Phone 404K or call 801 4th street, or inquire of Geo. W. little, Second Hand store. 7 20 tf UUO TUB RE -SAV, V'DlDMT SEP KV UNCLE fH'JA~UlM? US A INT 'BOUND HERE, IS HE? LOST AND FOUND LOST—Between Arena and Bismarck by way of Regan and Wilton, casing tube and rim inflated 35x5 Goodyear Xon-skil cord casing. Finder notify Dr. Bunting, Mandan, N. D. and re _ceive_ reward. 9 2 lwk LOST—Black pocketbook containing about $t»-0 in 'bills and change. Loss occurred Tuesday afternoon in N. P. depot seats. Liberal reward. Com municate with Charles Liessman, secretary board of regents. Capitol E'uilding. S 31 3t FOUND—A bunch of keys containing opener. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this advt. at Tribune. S 31 6t FOUND—A black satchel containing clothes. Owner can have same by paying for Uiis advt. and express charges. WVHe Tribune. S 30 1 wk FOUXD'nUNCirOF KEYS—Corner of 7th and Main street. Owner can have same by proving property and paying for this advt. Call at Trib une. 8 24 Gt LANDS FOR SALE—My two" farms located 10 mile: N. E. of Wilton near Grass Lake Dis.. S 1-2 Sec. N. T. 144 It. 79 Painted Woods creek runs through both farms. 100 acres has been farmed. Excellent hay and pasture for stock. Reason for selling, I am engaged in other business. Title clear, not mortgages or taxes due. $20 an acre. Half cash, balance at your own terms. Address 616 Trib une. S 31 6t MISCELLANEOUS "SALE' FURNITURE FOR SALE including three-piece Spanish leather living room suite, dining room set, a chif onier, range, a reed baby carriage, •bed and sofa. Call 5-6 10th or Phone 417V. 9 2 3t WRITE THE WORDS FOR A SOXG— We write music and guarantee pub lisher's acceptance. Submit poems on war, love or any su'bject. Ches ter Music Co., 538 So. Dearborn. Suite 1956, Chicago. S 30 6t S 28 tf «jR SALE—Seven room house. In quire 508 9th street. Phonj 596-L. 8 28 1 wK FOR REXT—8 room modern house. Call 512 9th street Phone 477L. 8 26 3t FOR RENT—Seven room house with bath. Newly decorated 3 blocks from postoffice. Phone 806. 8 22 6t FOR RENT—A warm modern house at 310 Seventh street. Phone 410 F-12. lwk FOR-RENT—Modern house. Inquire of E. H. Li Vesperman. 8 13 tf FOR SALE—six room modern bung alow. 917 6th street. Phone 374 K. 23 tf FOR RENT—Small house convenient ly located. Apply C. L. Burton. 7_26_tf FOR RENT—Two modern houses. Al so furnished rooms for light house keeping, or otherwise if desired. 8 31 It BIG MOXEY—Spare time, refinishing chandeliers, brass beds, automobiles, by new method, without capital or experience. Free particulars and proofs. Gunmetal Co., 278 Elm. De catur, 111. S 31 It FOR SALE—Home bakery, apply 214 Sixth street. 8 26 6t FOR SALE—At special prices, seven pianos. Folsom Jewelry. 8 31 It FOR SALE—A Cary safe, weighs about 4,500 lbs., suitable for either bank of jewelry. Also 1 five column Burroughs adding machine. Write or call E. P. Pfeifle, Wishek. N. D. 8 28 6t FOR SALE—Phonographs. 2-5 double disk records with each machine. Folsom Jewelry. 8 31 It NORTHERN PRODUCE CO. of Bis marck, N. D., wants your cream and will pay highest market price always. Write for tags. 7-27tf M5R SALE—One gentle driving or rid ing horse, cart and harness. Strong buggy, cheap. Also chickens and barn. Phone 624U. 8 27 1 wk FuR SALE—Twenty-one telephone poles, 24 feet long. If interested call Marshall Oil Co. Phone 103. S 30 2t FOR-SALE—Seven pianos. Special prices. Folsom Jewelry. 8 31 It PI AN OSPECIALS—I have a few high grade Adam Schaaf pianos and ers to close out at once. Sample at Soo Hotel. D. Ernst Hall, Agent. 8 WILTT~TRADE—Improved farm or first class business building here for improved suburban Bismarck or wWfTt .a: J,-- BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNa Now CD see MM-I BIN SWtMMIR' AU DAV GoSH, I'M TRAlDT SOT'TM' RABN EUtN HO\M LET6 SUPPOSE "THfVT D^TcH 1 \S ft BOCHE \WEt4CH, Atf' SUPPOSE "WERE ft VAUSJ tM \T I Cft^T 6Er VttTH NV R\ELE TAKE. TyttS POSE AM' TWROWl Trt' GREhlftOE Write Box 7/6 Dunn Ceii 8 10 17 24 31 Mandan FOR SALE—At a great, bargain, a nearly new shotgun with sole leath er case. Call 362. 31 It FOR SALE— Phonographs. Twenty five records free with each ir.nHiin Folsom Jewelry. S 31 11 FOR SALE—Two standard met al pots for Mergenthaler lino type machines in good condi tion and at a bargain. Bis marck Tribune. 8-2-tf PICKED"UP—Bay mtft-e, on Thursday, west of capitol. Owner cari'lvive same by calling on Mrs. James Fog ertv, and paying for this ad. 31. 2i Even if broken, we pay from $2.00 to $25 per set. CASH for gold crowds, bridge work, old gold, silver and plat inum. Send and receive CASH by re turn mail. BERNER'S FALSE TEETH SPECIALIST, 22 Third street, Troy, X. Y. 8 3 1 mo. SITUATIONS WANTED WAXTED—Experienced stenographer wants position. Wages reasonable. Address N. 64 Care Tribune,: 8 30 l-wk POSITIONS WANTED GENTLEMAN over 45 experienced in general banking desires position in bank, at office. Neat and accurate bookkeeper. Address No. 615 Trib une. S CI WORK WANTED WANTED—Work at her home on IS West Thayer St., -by experienced dressmajker. Rates reasonable. Mrs. Chs. Lamb. 8 27 1 wk DQIHGS OF THE DUFFS VtELk, I HAD A in G*B wua, GfcT AGOOO UCUIM Vtk UUNMV AWAY fBOM TW CWO&K GOSUSOSU -o FWE W-.'Vnohl AMO I'M CrLAO TO £ET SACK WITH little FamilV A*AikI- "TbhA, OLD &OW, COME our AMD 5HOVJ VoURSELF CERTAlklLS VJHM MOT? Look vUioS Were »rs M-CUBER. HP! WE'BE BOTH IM TH' SAW* BOAT! LIKE THAT, SEE VyjOVvi THAT Wrt^' OhiE OF TtfeM \TAlA TlM 6 REM APES TviEY IteED prr FIRST 2iOSH AUTOMOBILES, MOTORCYLES $475 FOR THE FASTEST Maxwell roadster in the stale if taken at once, inquire of the Missouri Val ley Motor Co. 13 2 Ct \Ki.vii'.n—t'ariK'uiar car owners to try GOODYEAR CORD and FABRIC CASINGS. We find t.hey are better. Corwin Motor Co. Bismarck, X. D. 7 10 tf FOR SALE—One eighteen four Stude baker car, run less than three thou sand miles. Cannot tell it from new car. Will have to see this car to appreciate it. The price is right. Call phone 4 14. 8 27 (!t Tou b,ALE—Reo Si\ seven passenger used car in splendid condition Em pire Four touring car in good run ning order. Coo dtires, express body for Ford car, practically new. Excellent condition. L. Van Hook, Room I I Tribune Bldg. S 31 1 wk WAXTED—To trade my 1 GO acre farm for some kind of an auto that will run. A. D. Betyer, Regent. N. Dak. 8 31 3t HOUSES WANTED WANTED—To rent a furnished mod ern house or apartment for winter. Write 613 Tribune. 8 2(i G1 AGENT—SALESMAN WANTED Salesmen. Brand new side line. Best ever. $6. 1 commis sion on orders and repeats. Don't miss this. Grove Mfg Co., 2562 Cot tage Grove Ave., Chicago. S 24 1t TAILOt*'v/""- AGEXTS—Sell men's suits made to order. Fall and win ter line ready. Best values for least money. Very profitable work. Leeds Woolen Mills, Chicago, 111. S 24 It AC, E S_WAXTED—AIen or women", fine proposition. Take orders for an article in great demand right now and hard to get we .can sup ply. Big returns, no competition. BACK ON THE JOB IT 5 AdOOT LooK.UlLElO, MR. ALLMAAI HAS eivetsi ME A NEK/ dbms AMD WAT yes- but *miD ITS MULE-BOAT Iwjl #s A LABOR DAY LESSON I guess you've often read that little piece Of Hercules, the heavyweight of Greece, And how he beat Anteaus in a fight. Old Here, could put Antaeus down all right, Buy Anty, bounced back stronger than before. "How's this? said Hercules. "I'm getting sore, For every time this fellow hits the land He seems to gather new supplies of sand. So Hercules held his victim in the air Above his Mother Earth, and choked him there. Well, Labor is Antaeus. Let him stand, Or even fall, in contact with the land And who can bet him? Send him to the soil And Labor brings back corn and wine and oil. Given two hands to dig, a mouth to feed, And Mother Earth will satisfy his need, But put him "in the air" and Herecules. Can throttle him by fast or slow degrees. And how is Hercules? Well, it's my dope, It's not the man who fills your envelope, Nor yet some fellow with a cross-barred S Called Kapital. Take another guess And say it's You-and-I and all of us who stand, Watching each other tie up idle land, Each trying to stick until the heavy onus Of some one's need will make him pay our bonus. And all the bonus paid on all the soil Comes from the blood and bones of those who toil. An easy seller everywhere. Want only one representative in each community. Write quick for partic- TlM£ So, as we celebrate our Labor Day, 1 hope it's not amiss for me to say, Isn't it time, Antaeus, that you planned To get your feet back upon the land —EDMUND VANCE COOKE. BY ALLMAN VooRE back! i'm tired of BEIKIG COOPED l)P IKI THAT ink bottle! he. Pot This cape ON1 ME AMD I've BEEIJ WAWTIN5 OME FOR. A LOMG TlfoE tffss^WSS THBEB ^SWlg KftMERftD! HERC. AND ANTY ulars. S. E. Stulz, 2043 Main street, Kansas City, Mo. 8 31 If "KAISER" PICTURE OPENS TODAY. Seven Acts. Kaiser, bert Braube Laurence Grant. Alice .Monroe—Olive Tell. Ruth Monroe—Betty Howe. Winslow Dodge—John Sunderland. Professor Monroe—Frank Currier. Satan—Walter P. Lewis. Crown Prince—Earl Schenck. Empress—Mabel Wright. eGueral Pershing—Frank Far ring ton. Von Hindenburg—Emil Hoch. Von Tirpitz—George Trimble. Yon Hollweg—Carl Dane. Von Mackensen—P. Reybo. Count Zeppelin—Cha'ries Hartley. Councillor—W. J. Gross. Mother Superior—Maud Hill. Wounded Girl—May McAvoy. And two thousand others. "To Hell with the Kaiser," the great sevey act Screen Classics. Inc. patri otic production, will open a three days' engagement this afternoon and tonight at the Orpheum theatre. "To Hell with the Kaiser," is the most vi tal of all the pictures dealing with the world war. It strips bare the vile soul of Wilhelm of Hohenzollern, and shows the plot by which he and his "Potsdam gang" hoped to get posses sion not only of Europe, but of Amer ica. "To Hell with the Kaiser" shows the final destinati( of t^iis mad monarch, as well as relating his cruel deeds on earth. The picture will open with a big ^inatinee today at 3 o'clock and will be the big attraction in Bismarck for three days. Owing to the length of this production only one performance can be given at the matinee and two each evening so try and arrange to be among the early ones to you are sure of seat. Admission to all will be 22 cents, war tax 3 cents .total 25 cents. BUY W. S. "The Man Without a Country," Ed ward Everett Hale's masterpiece, at the Bismarck Theatre tonight. E. T. BURKE LAWYER A ^C' K.U