The Bismarck Tribune from Bismarck, North Dakota on October 14, 1916 · Page 7
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The Bismarck Tribune from Bismarck, North Dakota · Page 7

Bismarck, North Dakota
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Saturday, October 14, 1916
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»l IV 1 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1916 iL & Co. at- A _*H* WANTED'MALE WANTED—Competent girl for house­ work $25.00 per mont. Address, P. O. Box 568. WANTED—A girl for general house­ work. Phone 741, or call Mrs. Francis Murphy. (9-27-tf.) •ESSS^K3E^KS^=SS3SS59 HARVEY HARRIS A CO. J. P. Jackson, Manager. FOR SALE—New, entirely modern 7rooin bungalow, with 100-foot east front, corner lot. Can be bought for $4,000. FOR SALE.—5-room modern house, centrally located, near to all the schools, in good neighborhood price, $1550. HARVEY HARRIS" A CO. ROOMS FOB RENT 'FOR RENT—Front room in fuliy modern "house," two blocks from po.stoffice. Phone 544Z. 10-14-lt FOR RENT—Large, sunny, comfort­ able, modern rooms 622 Third St., or see J. K. Doran. 10-13-61 FOR RENT—Suite of rooms, all mod­ ern and cosy, at 518 Sixth St. 10-13-6t FOR RENT—Modern rooms, for light housekeeping. Phone 658Y. 10-12-lmo FOR RENT—Four room modern apart­ ments, strictly up-to-date. Rose Classified Ads—Cash In Advance, tNo Ads Accepted after Six O'clock P. M. MOW to ANSWER NJN* AM. wltk aeatfw* «t Triboae must be aaby letter addressed to the laabtf ftfsp in t^e ad* Tribune em* alaSNH aro not permitted to tell who My advertiser Is. Mall or oend your paingr fe Tribune No. -r—• and X7e trtfl forward It to the advertlaer. WANTED—Messenger boys at West­ ern UniO/i Tele. Office. 10-11-tf WANTED—Competent, experienced mechanics. Apply Lahr Motor Sa'et^ 1 10-1-tf WANTED—Young man of good ad­ dress, for house to house canvass of fast selling, nationally known product, costing from $50 up. No boozers or triflers. Give full par­ ticulars in first letter 896, care Tribune. 10-13-6t IE£P WANTED FEMALE WANTED—Waitress, at Star restaurant. 10l4-3t WANTED—Experienced saleslady at Rigler's. 10-14-61 WANTED—Chambermaid, Pacific Hotel. at Grand 10-13-tf Apartments. F. W. Murphy, 215 3rd Street. (10-5-tf.) For sale one half section of land three and one-half miles from Bis­ marck. Price too cheap for publica­ tion. Fine one-half section for sale near Sterling or will exchange for a good modern house in Bismarck. For sale at a bargain four 50-foot lots on Eighth street. Part cash and terms on balance or good paper. For sale strictly modern in every respect, five-room bungalow ~.n Sec­ ond street. Farm and city loans. Insurance. D. T. OWENS A CO. LANDS FOR SALE—$10 down, $5 monthly buys' farm near Duluth, Minn. $8 to $12 per acre. Some timber, some open 20,000-acre selection. Free maps. L. T. Felland, Palace Build­ ing, Minneapolis, Minn. 10-14-6t WANTED^To-hear from owner of good farm for sale. State cash price and description. D. F. Bush. Minneapolis. Minn. 10-14-lt LOTS FOR SALE FOR SALE—Lot, close in: cheap phone 623-K, after 6 o'clock. L. G. Hartley. (10-4-12t HOUSES FOR RENT FOR RENT—Furnished house_ of 7 room modern. Phone 230-X. (10-S-30 BIDS WANTED The Board of City Commisioner* of Bismarck will receive bids up to S o'clock p. m. Monday, October 2S. 3916, for the remodeling of the City Pest House. Plans and specifications may be ob­ tained at the office of the Architect. Frederick W. Keith, in the Webb Block. All proposals shall be sealed and accompanied by a certified checq in the amount of 5 per cent of the bid and made payable to the Auditor. The right is reserved to reject any or all n. H. TH1STLETHWA1TE. Citv Auditor. a r.. ADVERTISE EtTRAY AN I ALU Any person taklng up sa estrsy ttt mil most advertise the Same within ten days in some newspaper. They most also within ten days send notice of advertisement to the eounty andl tor and another hy registered mall to the eommlasloaer of sgricultare at Bismarck. 12 yon fall to do thlSi yoo are likely to get Into trouble. F. E. YOUNG FOR 8ALE—The Terry White house 520 Fifth street, 7 rooms, hot water heat, oak finish downstairs, maple floors, full basement, $4,000.00 $1, 200.00 cash, balance easy terms. acres on crop pay­ ments in various parts of the coun­ ty, also dozens of other pieces on very reasonable cash terms. FOR 8ALE—Lots-in Riverview Addi­ tion at the lowest prices for well located lots in any part of the city Buyers fully protected- in every way. Prices $300.00 to $600.00 foi 50-foot lots. F. E. YOUNG WORK WANTED WANTED—Storm windows and doors to put on by experienced mechanic. Phone 724. G. H. Morse. 10-14-3t AGENTS "The way to an independent income." Sell our line of nursery stock on the commission basis. Watch your in come grow. We will help you. Brown Brothers Company, Roches ter, N. Y. 10-14-lt J. H. HOLIHAN, Lucas Block, Phone 7.45 FOR SALE—Bungalow of five rooms and bath new aqd modern east front for quick sale, $2600, 600 cash a real bargain. A full block of land, worth $2,000 if sold at once, $1300, $100 cash, balance $25 monthly. Eighty acres of land, two miles from Bismarck, $27 per acre 320 acres of land on Apple creek, 7 miles from Bismarck, worth $40 per acre price, $24. J. H. HOLIHAN Lucas Block Phone, 745 HOUSES FOR SALE FOR SALE—Two houses, a barn and three lots. 20 Broad ay. (9-22-lm.) LOST AND FOUND LOST—A girl's maroon sweater, on Third street between Avenue and C, and red stocking cap. Mrs. Chas. Nijedly. 10-13-2t LOST—Automobile tire on rim, 34x4, between New Salem and Mandan. Notify J. C. Oberg, G. P. Hotel, Bis­ marck, for reward. 10_8-6t. DRxstauJcnro WANTED—Sewing, by experienced dressmaker- 216 9th St., or 'phone 277-L. (10-2-lm) DRESSMAKING .at home or by the day. 208 Thayer St. Phone 389-K. (10-2-lm) MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE—Black driving horse, 4 years old also, buggy and harness 400 So. Main St 10-l4-6t FOR SALE—Three overcoats, in good condition. Bargains. Klein. 3 9-14-11 FOR SALE—Restaurant stock and outfit, on easy terms cheap rent on building long lease if desired Must get account of health. No hotel in town. Write E. A. Snyder, Verona, No. Dak. 10-14-3t FOR-SALE—The only restaurant~~and rooming house in best town on the Pingree-Wilton branch. Lease und small invoice. Place rented fur­ nished. Best reason for selling. One hundred will handle. Answer by letter. No. 1, Tribune. 10-l4-7t FOR SALE OR TRADE—160 acres in Cromwell township, for house and lot in town. Apply 897, care Trib­ une. 10-13-6t BISMARCK-GOVERNMENT-CLERK Examinations. Nov. 4th $75 month. Sample lessons free. Franklin In­ stitute. Dept. 66 ST. Rochester, N. Y. 10-ll-6t FOR SALE—Dresser, two leather rocking chairs, two straight chairs, sanitary couch, kitchen cabinet, eleotrir ranee, baby carriage, gocart. high chair: S0l Fourth St. Phone CI!*. WNTED~ TO~TRADE—Half acre lot near Los Angeles. Cal.. for Bis­ marck property. Write J. Houver. Sterling. N P. VM2-lTno WANTED-^rheav kivhen chairs, roeke- and driers. Phone 4MU. FOR SALE—Theap: o'lamity of new] lurch'"-:: 1" ',r"! Apply i-ali: 4 TAX L. E. SMITH Capital Coffee House Coffee and Soups a Specialty 302% Main Street Phone 497 E. B. FERGUSON, Prop. Auto Radiator pairing 0J0HN B0RTELL Buy Your Picture* From The CAPITAL ART CO. 4M Broadway W« Guarantu Good Work and prompt Delivery of Medallions and Enlarged Portraits. An unusually Largs Selsctlon of Mouldings for Framing. TAXI Phone 57 ERT KB S. LAMBI Undortaklng- Embalming Licensed Embalmer In Charge Day Phone 60 Night Phone 687 WEBB BROTHERS The Electric Shop B. K.SKEELS Everything Electrical Wiring Fixtures and Supplies Delco Farm Light Plants Phone 370 408 Broadway PIANO TUNINQ itmnui Work Ovaruttai, Rtsltfoaoo 1002, Aft. Autos Washed by an expert. Bring them in. LAMBERT'S LIVERY Phone 57. Shoes Repaired Beit Equipped Shop in the Northwest L. E Larson 4M Main Street COLE MAI* S New and Scccwd Han:1. Slore PHONE 3&S BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE PRACTICAL UP-TO-DATE WARM AIR FURNACE HEATING AND SHEET •ETAL WORK or e: Han Information THE ADVERTISERS below will use more than 14*000 inches in The Tribune in 1916 it's all concise, "instant at hand" information. Refer to this directory constantly. It appears every day. Office Roortis 1 and 2 Hughes Building Opposite Grand Pacific Hotel At Lomax HdW. Store ^'L.L BUILD CORWIN MOTORCO H. J. WAGNER Optical Specialist Eyes Tested and GUsncj Fitted, alto Glasses Changed and Renewed BISMARCK. N. D. FREDERICK W. KEITH ARCHITECT Webb Block Phone 449 6 iSwam\.-N STEAM HEATED Fireproof Storage in Bismarck's Finest Garage Corwfo lflotor Co. Bifinarck, N. TO TIRE Co RWin D^" CorwinMotor Ca'fiSrARbi'fl CYLINDERS REBORED Fords $14 Other jobs in proportion Corwin Motor Co. Bismarck, N. D. Motor Co.^arumd Transfer & storage We have uncqualed facilities for mevlng, storing and shipping household goods. Careful, experleneed men also retail ice and weed. Wachter Transfer Comp Phone 62 No. 202 Fifth St. Henry Burman "The Shoe Hospital Man" Is still at the same old stand with his electric shoe REPAIR outfit. Plenty of competent help and can do YOUR work while yon wait. Broadway Between 4th and Sth Streets CITY r.OTS Telephone Number 533 Office Hours 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 P. M. Phone 340 215 Main Street BUSINESS SERVICE COMPANY Collection Agency and Accounting Bonded Bismarck, N. D. TAXI PROMPT SERVICE Phone 347 J. S. DICKSON AGENTS WANTED For the celebrated Kimball Pianos, and Player Piano*. G. W. COCHRANE, Wholesale and Retail Distributor. Peck's Old Music Store GrMdJSS£° COMPLETE LINE ON DISPLAY TERMS TO BUR ALHAMBRA HOTEL Howard Herron, Prop. HAZE*, N. D. Meal Tickets $7.00 American, $2.25 European, $1.00 Furnace Heated Rooms. Electric Light A Home for the Commercial boys LITTLE'S SECOND-HAND STORE Will buy, sell and exchange or rent anything. Successor to Nolan's Phone 794 or 132X. C. W. HENZLER TIRE VULCANIZING Phone 72ft. 112 Rosser Bl Barbie's DRY CLEANING AJH DYX WORXB PHONE 394 IM Front Street We Call for and Deliver TAXI PHONE 105 Freightand Baggage DRAYING Clooten's Livery Undertaking Parlors A. W. Lucas Company Day Phone 46S Night Phone 717 A. W. CRAIG Licensed Embalmer In Choree JOINT COMMISSION STILL IN SESSION Atlantic, X. J., Oct. 13.—The Mcxican-Amercan joint commission con­ tinued today consideration of differ­ ent plans for the protection of life and property along the Mexican bor­ der, but without reaching a conclu­ sion. A brief session will be held to­ morrow. when the conference will be adjourned until Monday. Bismarck Realty Company Bismarck Bank Building RENTS FARM LANDS Close 1:38 p. m. THE MARKETS Market Closes Unsettled With Net Advance of 1-8 to 5 8 Cents Chicago, Oct. 13.—Prospects of act­ ive call from Great Britain for wheat from the United States made prices here 'average higher today, although something of a bearish reaction took Although at first as a result of rains in Argentina, the wheat market show­ ed considerable heaviness rallies soon took place, influenced largely by as­ sertions that the rains were unimport­ ant and that recent big reductions of the estimated Argentina yield would not be altered. The fact that Liver­ pool quotations were unexpectedly 1 GRAIN MARKETS MINNEAPOLIS. HIGH LOW So. 1 Hard 178% 179% No. 1 Northern .. 173% 174% No. 1 Nor. choice 176% 177% No. 1 Noe. reg. to arr... 171% 173% Choice 176% No. 2 Northern .. 168% 173% No. 3 Wheat .... 160% 169% No. 2 Mont. Hard 150% 158% Xo. Durum 177 No. 1 Duntmi choice 180 No. 1 Durum to arr.. 176 No. 1 Dur. choice to arr 179 No. 2 Durum 171 176 No. 3 Yellow Corn 88 89 Xo. 3 Yellow Corn to arr 86 Other Grades Corn 75 88 Xo. 4 Yellow Corn to arr 84 Xo. 2 Mont. W. Oats 48% 49V2 Xo. 3 White Oats 4o 45 No. 3 White Oats to arr 43%' 44% 82 94 Barley choice ... 34 104 Rye 121 122 Rye to arr 121 122 Flax *. .. 242%' 245% Flax to arr 242% 243% 170% May 166% DULUTH December 169% May 166% No. 1 Hard on trk 177% Xo. 1 Xorthern on trk .. 171% 17fi% Xo. 2 Northern on trk... 166% 170% Xo. 3 Northern on trk.. 154% 168% Xo. 1 Northern to arr... 171% 174% Xo. 2 Mont. Hard on trk 157% 159% Xo. 2 Mont. Hard to arr. 157% 159% Xo. 1 Spot Durum 169% 174% No. 2 Spot Durum 164% 169% November 170 December 171 May 164%: Oats on trk and to arr... 44% Rye on trk and to arr .. 121% Barley on trk 56 Flax on trk 246% Flax to arr 245%. Choice Flax on trk 248% October 243% Xovember 24!!% December 240% May 244% Close 1:50 p. m. 102 BISMARCK MARKETS Quotations through courtesy of the Russell-Miller Milling Co. WHEAT. No. 1 Xorthern $1.62 No. 2 Northern 1.58 No. 3 Northern 1.48 No. 4 Northern 1.42 Rejected 1.23 DURUUM. No. 1 Durum $1.60 No. 2 Durum 1.56 No. 3 Durum 1.44 No. 4 Durum 1.27 BARLEY. II .$0.67 .62 .62 148 RYE. No. 1' $1.04 No. 3 99 OATS. No. 3 $0.36 No. 4 34 No. 3 .Mixed 32 FLAX. Xo. 1 $2.24 Xo. 2 2.19 Reected 2.09 HERE ON BUSINESS MISSION. H. E. Haney, a prominent attorney of Belfield, was in i:'ismarck yester­ day in connection with an important case which will soon come up in su­ preme court. Mr. Haney. formerly of Minot. established his law offices in Belfield several years ago. and he is making good in that thriving town. He was accompanied yesterday by Mrs. Haney. who called upon Mrs. Charles Whittey and G. L. Price, schoolmates from her former home in Plymouth. Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Ha­ ney left, last evening for Fargo, where they will spend several days I'efoie returning home. :\v' -~l 8JJYW Dealings Have Bulge in Last Hour of Otherwise Ordinary Day New York, Oct. 13—Too many ob­ servers attached more significance to the diminishing dealings in today's stock market than to the course of prices. For the first full session place in the afternoon, owing to a new I since September 5 transactions failed submarine scare. The market closed, to record a total of one million unsettled %c to %c net higher, with shares, although coming within hailDecember at $1.58*4 and May at ifl.571/^. Corn gained %c to '/fcc oats finished %c to Vic at V*c off, and pro­ visions varying from 10c decline to a rise of 15c. ing distance of that figure. As a matter of fact, almost onethird of the aggregate transactions of 920,000 shares occurred within the last hour, altogether at the expense of quoted values, the general list and war issues in particular declining somewhat abruptly in circumstantial rumors suggesting rumors of recent submarine warfare in nearby waters. During the forenoon and interme­ diate period the list gave frequent indications of recovering from the ap­ prehension occurring on Wednesday. firm tended also to encourage buying Munitions and equipment were then here and still more so when later in the session word came from Winni­ peg that the United States and Cana­ da would be depended upon for im­ mediate supplies for Great ritain and her allies and purchases elsewhere would be chiefly for the purpose of building up reserves. Liberal export sales, unfavorable weather and the wheat strength com­ bined to lift the corn market. decidedly steadier. Developments over the holiday in­ cluded the favorable annual state­ ment of the Great Northern Railway, the bulletin of the American Railway association disclosing an increased car shortage and the report of the comptroller of the currency showing national bank deposits at high level in the history of the country. CATTLE MARKETS ST. PAUL. HOGS—Receipts, 4.000. Steady to 10c lower. Range, $S.o0 to $9.3'r bulk. $9.10 to $9.25. CATTLE—Receipts, 4100. Killers, steady. Steers, $4.25 to $10.00 cows and heifers, $4.50 to $7.25 calves, steady, at $4.00 to $ 10.50 stackers and feeders, weak to 25c lower, at $4.00 to $7.ft0. SHEliP—Receipts, 1400. Steady. Lambs, $5.50 to $9.25 wethers, $5.00 to $7.25 ewes, $3.00 to $15.50. CHICAGO. HOGS—Receipts, 24,000. Weak, at mostly 10c under yesterday's average. Hulk, $9.55 to $10.10 light. $9.30 to $10.15 mixed, $9.35 to $10.25 heavy, $9.25 to $10.15 rough, $9.25 to $9.45 pigs, $7.25 to $9.15. CATTLE—Receipts, 3,000. Weak. Native beef steers, $6.60 to $11.10 western steers, $6.15 to $9.30 stack­ ers and feeders, $4.75 to $7.75 cows and heifers, $3.50 to $9.30 calves, $7.25 to $11.50. ..SHEEP—Receipts, 11,000. Firm. Ewes, $3.65 to $7.35 lambs, $7.75 to $3 0.40. NOTICE OF CHATTEL MORTGAGE SALE. Notice fs Hereby Given, That de­ fault has been made in the conditions of that certain mortgage made by C. W. Wambaugh, of Bismarck, County of Burleigh, and State of North Da­ kota, Mortgagor, to The National Highway Motor Company, a co-part­ nership, composed of Joseph Hare and G. V. Bowers, of Bismarck, Coun­ ty of Burleigh, and State of Xorth Da­ kota, Mortgagee, dated the 10th day of April, 1916, to secure the follow­ ing indebtedness, to-wit $2,000.04, with interest thereon, according to the terms of twelve certain promissory notes, each dated April 10th, 1916, and each for the sum of $166.67, and one note due on the 10th day of each month from the 10th day of May, 1916, to the 10th day of April, 1917, inclusive, which mortgage was duly filed in the office of the Register of Deeds of Burleigh County. State of Xorth Dakota, on the 21st day of Au­ gust, 1916, at 11 o'clock a. m. that said default is of the following nature, to-wit: That the note due Aug. 10th, 1916, Sept. 10th, 1916 and Oct. 10th, 1916, have not been paid or any part there­ of, and the mortgage provides that in case default is made in the pay­ ment of the sums of money or if the mortgagees at any time deem them­ selves insecure, the mortgagee shall deem themselves insecure and it shall be lawful for the mortgagee to take immediate possession of the goods wherever found and sell the same at public auction as provided by law, and the mortgagees do hereby deem themselves insecure that there is claimed to be due on said Mortgage at the date of this notice the sum of Dollars for principal and interest And that said Mortgage will be fore­ closed by a sale of the personal prop­ erty in such Mortgage and hereinaf­ ter described, at public auction, agree­ ably to the statutes in such case made and provided, at the Front Door of the Court House, in the City of BismarcK, in the County of Burleigh. State of North Dakota, at the honf of two o'clock p. m.. on Saturday, the 21st day of October. 1916. T6e personal property described in said mortgage which will be sold to satis­ fy the same is the following, to-wit: Four "Vim" Motor Trucks, Type "C," bearing the following chassis num­ bers, respectively, to-wit: 18998. 18876, 18875 and 931S, together with all horns, lamps and other acces­ sories attached thereto. Dated the 13th day of October. 1916. J. P. FRENCH. Agent. H. I'. HERXDT, Attorney for Mortgagee. Bismarck. Xorth Dakota. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Bids will be received up to noon Monday. October 16th, 1916, for ex­ cavating and constructing concrete basement. Right reserved to reject all bids Particulars at mv office. 10-l3-2t OSCAR H. WILL.

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