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One Cent Per Word Mar Ganta Par Lina Per Week (Count Six Words totheliaaj 91.50 Per Line Per Month. 1st Insertion: Minim— Ifie; 2nd Insertion: Minimum 10a. To Avoid Bookkeeping Cash Should Accompany Orders. REAL ESTATE HOME AND INVESTMENTS Four-room strictly modern bungalow and two small dwelling on nim lot; Ursuline Academy district, north side. Price .... 11111 .$5,000 Pour-room house, full comer lot. north side. Price $2000; easy terms and Immediate possession. . . , Ten a eras, 'good* garden soil, two-room plastered house, less than two miles from my office, Price $2160. Easy terms. Real Estate L o ans and Rental« C. H. McLEAN Abstracts of Title and Fire insurance KO. R FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. FONE IN FOR SALE $7,3ô0 —Splendid eight-room modern home. Third avenue north. Close In. Easy payments. „ $10,400—One of the best eight-room homes In the city. Close in. Corner lot. Paved district. Garage. $6.000—Five-room modern bungalow on Fifth avenue north. Two splendid building lots on Second avenue north, opposite park. Location can not be beat. H. H. STANLEY COMPANY Insurance of all kinds. Surety Bonds. We buy Liberty Bonds 7 H First National Bank Bldg- Phone 4355 FARM LOANS One Million Dollars to loan on Montana farms at low rates. Quick service. Wc also make loans on city property at reasonable rates. Insurance in all branches— —Bonds completed in our office FRÂRY & EURL1NGAME Established 1890 11 Third Street South Cydbnae & m S Wkadl Imtmraffiuc® HUNTSBERGER-GIVENS CO. Third St. So. REAL ESTATE.—LOANS.—BONOS. Pone 4SS4. $5,600—Earb, for two of the neatest and most classy five-room bungalows, modern in every respect, with built-in bookcases, cupboards, fire place, hardwood floors throughout, fuil basement (concrete floors), laundry tubs, full lot, First Avenue North. Terms. Lots on Second Avenue North between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth Streets, and on First Avenue North, and north «jde of Central Avenue. Get my prices on these lots. They speak for themselves. HJCKMAN , I 2 l i 8 s;s 1 . L 2îî?i u ï nta . 13 ' ? uret £& n £ THE ONLY WAY If you want to buy or sell real estate and be satisfied, is to let a responsible agency deal for you. We are in constant touch with both buyer and seller. LIST WITH BUY FROM a? n s£h FIRST MORTGAGE LOAN COMPANY Ph Zl Insurance of All Kinds—Investments— Parin Loans—Rentals—Real Estate. ROOMING HOUSE Of 34 rooms, on Central avenue, with long lease, at low rent. Good money maker. Price $4,000. Terms. Insurance— H. W. BEOWM AGEMCY BEN R. COMINGS, Mgr. 805 First National Bank.—Fone 6333. Do Yeu Wamft it© Own ftfoe Besft Eririgatted Rajraclh in tlhe Sum River V&Sley? flfiO acres of irrigated alfalfa lnnd. 350 seres now producing bi<r crops each year. Practically all of the land can be irrigated. (»00 inches adjudi cated water riftht out of a ntver failing liver. Less than one- fourth mile of main ditch to keep up. 1 miles from good town on main traveled road. 1 Vj miles from good churches, $.">0.000 high school. 1% miles of river front, gi>n<l timber along the river, good springs of pure water that never freeze. Good house, barn and all other necessary out buildings. This ranl'b must be seen to be appreciate^. The price is $(>5 per acre for quick sale. Terms reasonable. BRANDT & OGDEM OILMAN, and AUGUSTA, MONT. Phone 551 P. a Box 1212 BA1RNETT -STRQBEL COMPAMY DEALERS IN All sizes of pipes, rails, cables, boilers, pumps, hoists and all kinds of machinery, miscellaneous scrap iron, metals and, rubber. Whether you want to buy or sell, we are always in position to quote satisfactory prices and render prompt service. Office and Warehouse: 1530 National Ave., Helena, Mont. BUSINESS CHASCW 800 ACRES summer fallow, ready to seed, on shares; at Chester, Montana. Henry_ Kurtz, Park Hotel. THREE-CHAIR barber shop. Must sell, have other business. Address: Box 259 Tribune . TWO-CHAIR barber shop for sale. Owner leaving. Box 255 Tribune. BOARDING HOUSE for sale. Doing good business. Cheap if taken at once. Box 256 Trib une. FOR SALE —Grocery store on Central avenue. Good, clean stock of groceries, soda fountain and fixtures included. This is a bargain. Box 250 Tribune. FOR RENT —Dairy ranch, 24 miles from town; good water. Fone 4640. Box 247 Tri bune. small FOR SALE—Or rent, house. 419 Fifth street north. rooming TO RENT—Or lease, thoroughly modern cafe In best commercial hotel in town of 18,000, in western Montana. A thor oughly established business opportunity for one who Is competent to handle it. Only expereinced capable people con sidered. Address. B ox 24 0 Tribune. FOR 8ÀLE— Transfer, feed and fuel business in live town with $150,000 per month payroll. P. O. Box 517, White fish, „Moni. SMALL GROCERY, living rooms, cheap rent. Will Invoice. Close in, south side. First Mortgsge Loan Company. ALL OR ANY PART of 1,000 shares of Wyoming-Yellowstone oil stock for $1 a share net. Perry Fox, Thermo poils. Wyo FOR SALE—Three-chair barber shop with bath. Doing good business. A. F. Cooper. Nelhart. Mont. Box 65. FOR SALE—By ownei. the nest money making hotel on Central avenue, clean-' lag $10,fl* per annum. Long lease, easy reliable parties. For further terms to particulars write; )ox 342. City. PBBSONAt. SELF-ADDRESSED stamped envelope to Box 1602, Spokane, Wash., brings free rheumatic cure. JOIN JOLLY correspondents; ladles free; a tie men, ^0c. Address: "Wesly" m: Gnat Falls. MoaL Box SEAL ESTATE LOST AND rOP»P PARTY please bring back bicycle taken from Washington Grocery, to avoid trouble. LOST—A ladles sweater. In moving from Third avenue and Twenty-fourth street north. Finder return to Mrs. Rev. Larson, 2609 Second avenue north and receive reward. CAME to my place near Goodale, October 1919, one white geldin. No visible brand. Howard Bygaard. city. LOST—Carton shirts, back of Great Falls Hotel, at 12 noon, April 8. Reward. _Fone 9632, or call 318 First ave. So. LOST—On Tuesday, a laundry bag con taining man 's clothing and new pair of shoes. Finder will receive reward by returning or notifying owner at 413 Fifth avenue_ south. LÖST —A pair of horn-rim glasses, on Eleventh street between Sixth and _ Tenth avenue north. Fone 5398. LÖST — Ön Sunday evening, March 28^ be tween depot and Park Hotel, a lady 's brown wool scarf. Finder kindly return to 618 First National Bank Building and receive reward. LOST—Auto tire, 33x5, between Great Falls and Brady. Finder notify the Treasure State Motor Co., and receive liberal reward. STRAYED—To my place, 3 miles east of Ulm, one sorrel gelding branded on left hip. One black gelding strip in flee. 5 years old. no visible brand. One black stallion, 3 years old, no visible brand. Owner please come settle and take them away. J. N. Slack. * WANTED REitt, SCUTATE WANTED—Five or six-room bungalow, garage; close In. north side. First Mort gage Loan Company. WANTED TO BUY from owner, modern five or six-room bungslow with garage, on north side. Academy Hill district preferred. Will pay cash If pries is right. State location, prlos. etc. 276 Tribun«. Box — î 300 TONS of No. I blue-joint hsyv $40 per ton. f.o.b. Vandalla. Inquire of BmiU, Vandalla, Mont. ■ELP WANTED— FEMALB WANTED—Maid for general housework. Fone 7838. WANT maid, in Board of Trade" Hotel. EXPERIENCED chambermaid. Northern Hot el. WANTED—Girl for general housework. 402 Fourth avenue north. WANTED—chambermaid, experienced, at the James Hotel. WANTED — Experienced chambermaid. Call af ter 8 «. m. Sparling Hotel. CHAMBERMAID, at the Salvation Army Hotel. LADT to cook for four and tend ten rooms. Write or fone, Sullivan Hotel, Shelby, Mont. WANTED—A girl for general house work . 1027 First av enue south. _ EVERY ONE likes Barcley custom-made c orsets ; best. Mrs. Moore, Hotel Foley WANTED—Competent cook; small fam ily. g ood w ages. 617 Fourth ave. north. GIRL for general housework. 1805 Second ave nue north. Fone 9490. _ COMPETENT reliable woman for gen eral housework; $50 a month. 1109 _Fourth_avenue north. _ _ COMPETENT maid for general I work; good wages. 817 Fourth nue north. COMPETENT girl for general house work. 1009 Fourth avenue north. house ave HELP VANTCIt—HALI WANTED—A porter; wages $30, with board and room. Apply at Conrad Hospital, Conrad, Mont. YOUNG MAN with some experience in advertising. Box 261 Tribune. WANTED—On ranch, man and wife. Season's work to right party. State wages. Write: Box 41, Pendroy, Mont. W. H. Campbell. LIVE WIRE salesmen, liberal commis sion; article sells on first demonstra tion. Park Chemical Co.. 124 Third St. S. WANTED—Man and wife for ranch work. Answer to Otto Thompson, Judith Gap, Mont. WANTED—Bright, good appearing office boys, over 16 years or age. Apply Saturday morning. K. B. Frazer. the chief clerk. Anaconda Copper Mining Co.. smelter. WANTED—Man cook and man dish washer, waitress for R. R. lunch room. Apply to Lunch Room,_G. N. depot. WANTED—Man and wife to manage small R. R. lunch room out of town; must be experienced. Apply: office of L. Newman, News A Lunch Room System. PORTER—Wanted at Palace barber shop. Wolf Point, Mont. SECOND-CLASS stationary engineer; out of town. Apply. 335 Ford Bldg. WANTED—15 muckers, $4.60 per day; 5 teamsters, $4.50 per day; 1 flunkey, $60 per month. For irrigation company. Four farm hands, $75 to $85 per month. 100 railroad laborers; machinists (union); car repair man. U. S. Employ ment Service, 211 Third street north. _ MAN AND WIFE on ranch; good wages, No women on this place. McGowan's EmploymentCo. _ WANTED—Man over 50 to take charge of wheat ranch. Call, 920 Third ave. N. WANTED— À neat appearing boy be tween 16-18. to work in a pool hall, Good wages to right party. Box 73 _Carter. WANTED—Printer with country ex perlence who would be willing to work on small salary and share of profits in growing shop .Linotype experience desirable but not necessary. Could use good two-thlrder. World, Stanford, Mont. WANTED—Experienced clerk for hard ware and Implement store. Box 241 Tribune. BOYS to deliver messages. Big money for industrious boys. Must be over 16. Western Union. BARBER WANTED—Guarantee $30 and 6tK* r over $40. Steady job. Write or wire. H. E._Flemming, Poplar. Mont, WANTED—Elderly man to care for my; thoroughbred sheep; no herding. Ed O'Connor. Cascade, Mont. LEARN—Actual auto repair, vulcanising. Los Angeles Y. M. C- A. Auto School. AUTOMOBILE, TRACTOR MECHANICS, Acetylene, welders and tire vulcanisera are In greater demand than ever be fore. Men who have been properly trained by actual experience under expert instructors are the men who are wanted. The demand Increases every day. Learn these well-paying, at tractive trades in a practical automo bile and tractor school. Only school of this kind west of Missouri which was approved and employed by U. S. gov ernment war department for training soldiers. All previous army school equipment consisting of engines, mag netos, motors and generators, bat teries. cars and tractors now available for you to use. Four big schools to go to—Spokane, Seattle, Vancouver, B. C., and St. Paul. Write nearest branch for special rates. New illustrated catalogue sent FREE upon request. W1805 Third Ave.. Spokane, Wash. SITUATION WANTKP—FBMALB WANTED—Position as cook on ranch, by experienced housekeeper. Reference exchanged. Near town preferred. Box 2C0 Tribune. LADY wants day work . Fone 7124. A-l HOUSEKEEPER wishes position for single man. Good cook and reliable. Box 249 Tribune. DAY WORK. Fone 8641. NURSE GIRL, 20. wishes to care for children afternoons and evenings. Box 244 Tribune. AS HOUSEKEEPER or cook by widow with two children. P. O. Box 397, City. LAUNDRESS wants work by day. Box 222 Tribune. DAY WORK or chambermaid. Fone 6899. SIT UATION WANTED— MALB YOUNG MAN, employed, wishes position. State nature of work. Box 253 Tribune. ENGINEER and all-around mechanic wants work In or our of city. Box 251 __Trlbune. _____ PASTRY BAKER and baker's table hand. Also good cake decorater. State wages. Box l96 Tribune. _ YOUNG MAN with good education de sires work evenings. Box 236 Tribune. FO B SALE—BE A T> ESTATE FOR SALE—Corner lot, piped for sewer and water; Academy Hill. By owner. Fone 6428. FOR SALE—Two ten-acre tracts close in. West side, only $25 down, $10 per month. Corcoran, 203_Ford Blk. TWO-ACRE bargain, edge of city, 3-room house, sleeping porch, private water and sewer, several small build ings. $1900. No. 3_Dunn^ Block. GOOD residence lot. Third avenue north, 1 block from car line; best residence section. Fone 5463. _ WE HAVE several Inquiries for modern homes. List your property with us. 205 Central avenue. WANTED SALESMEN FIRST-CLASS salesman wanted to sell industrial stock for manufacturing en terprise with its product now on the market. Address P. O. box 1123. Bill ings. Mont. WANTED—AGENTS AGENTS WANTED—For the sale of Monofalls Oil Stocks; this Is a gilt edge proposition, backed by local busi ness men of Great Falls and Helena. Our salesmen now making big money. See me at once. E. P. Taylor, 15 Dunn Block. PLEASE NOTE— Ws do not cbarga classified advertisements to resi dence addresses. AUTOS FOB SALB FOR SALE—Or will trade for small tour ing car, one truck, capable of. handling 1H tons. 806 Central. FOR SALE—1917 Overland roadster, model 90. Good condition and good tires. Russell Apts., No. 27. FOR SALE—One complete set of Houk automobile wire wheels. Inquire, 612 First ave. S.W. Fone 6274. CHEAP ilght delivery truck in good run light ning order. See this. Fifth street south. Palace Hotel, ! j j j i j i i ! j j j | ; j j j j ! j j j j FOR SALE—USED CARS Maxwell touring 1916 Dodge touring 1916 Wlllys-Knlght touring 1916 Chevrolet light delivery 1917 Apperson Four touring 1916 Grant Six touring 1918 Elgin Six touring 1918 Repainted Studebaker Six touring 1918 Repainted Studebaker Six touring 1918 Repainted Studebaker Six touring 1918 Repainted Studebaker Six touring 1917 Repainted Studebaker Six touring 1918 Almost new Studebaker Six touring 1917 These cars were all taken In on new 1920 Studebakers and offer exceptional values for prices asked. Above cars are all overhauled and mechanically right. All have good tires. Terms to responsible purchasers. MONTANA DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 721-23 Ce ntral ave. Fojne 6888. ONE powerful 6-cyllnder car, would make good truck with trailer for long material such as oil well tools. Also Smith Form-a-Truck. Both are in A-l condlton. Very cheap. Fone 7229, or call at 721 Sixth avenue north, after 4:30 p. m„ for demonstration. SIX-CYLINDER Chalmers car, 1918 model, 7-passenger. Box 255 Tribune. REBUILT TRUCKS" FOR SALE—Com merce î»-ton with express body, full canopy top, windshield. Pneumatic tires all around. Rebuilt and painted. FEDERAL 1%-ton with stake body, windshield, veiy good condition. SMITH Form-A-Truck, express body, cab top, windshield. As good as new. CARL & THISTED CO.. 608 Firs t av enue south. FOR SALE -1917 Maxwell, first-class order. Fone 9566. Bulck- 1919 Chalmers 7-i enger -passer Maxwell 1918 Dodge 5-passenger THURSTON MOTOR. 314 First ave. north. Fone 6926. FORD touring car. $300. Call after 5 p. m. 1409 Third avenue south. _ CHALMERS. '16 model, in good shape: cheap for cash. Full information on re quest. George Tufts, Clearwater, Mont. GOOD FORD for sale. 809 Seventh ave. south. Fone 9781. DODGE ROADSTER and touring car for sale. Motor Inn. 113-119 Second ave nue north. FOR SALE—One 10-20 New Mollne trac tor. One 90 Overland; 1 1917 Stude baker, 4 cylinder: 1 1916 Reo. 412 First avenue north. ONE-TON Ford truck" $4» Ford touring car $300 Ford light delivery « ...$300 Five-passenger Light Six Buick touring car $750 Western Motor Company FOR SALE—Hudson Super-Six. World News Co., City. _ BARGAIN—Five-passenger car. nearly new, at a big sacrifice. Electric City Garage. 401 Fourth street south. STUDEBAKER SIX, 1917 model, in A-l condition, including tires. Snap to right party. Highway Auto Co. Fone 6552. ROADSTER, wire wheels, one extra, new tires in perfect condition. Will trade for touring car. C. A. Sheldon, 314-318 First avenue north. GREAT FALLS Second-Hand Auto Ex change. We sell cars on commission. i920 STUDEBAKER Light Six. almost new. If you like a Studebaker, don't miss tris buy. 419 First avenue north. 1919 HUDSON speedster. Wire wheels. used only eight months. Owner leaving Montana soon. An excellent buy. P. O. Box 26, Great Falls. _ FORD CARS for hire without drivers. Drive It yourself. Auto Co., at Plerse Garage. ONE 1918 Lexington 5-passenger. One 1918 Maxwell. Both these cars A-l con ditlon. Holt Really Co., 13 Second street north. One Ford One Dodge One 4-90 Chevrolet One Chalmers, like new THURSTON MOTOR CO. USED CAR BARGAINS OVERLAND Model 85-4 touring, $925.00. New top, newly painted, new tires. A bargain. OVERLAND Model 85-6 touring, $1,000. Rebuilt, newly painted, good tires. OVERLAND Model 75-B touring, $600.00. Good vires, car ready for the road. TERMS on above, if desired. Overland-Great Falls Company, 301 First avenue north. FOR SALE—FURNITURE TWO 9x12 cheap rugs, small cook stove laundry stove, hot water attached; wicker chair and rocker. Six-room modern house for rent. Fone 5740. FURNITURE of five rooms, or by separ ate pieces. 404 Fifth avenue south. VICTROLA. davenport, rocker. rug, dressers, and other articles. Bargain. 2007 Fifth avenue north. 9x12 WILTON RUG, refrigerator, library table, bed complete, and garden tools. 1206 Seventh avenue uorth. ONE BED complete; 2 dressers; baby's high chair; rocker, Vlctrola and records, almost new; kitchen cabinet, baby bed. 617 Eleventh street north. FURNITURE for sale. E. A. Smith. Fone mornings, 6179. FOR SALE!—Dining room set, chairs, table and sideboard^ 823 Fifth ave. No. LARGE oak dining table, buffet, rugs, laundry stove, new coal buckets. 718 Eighth avenue north. BEAUTIFUL parlor furniture and rugs. 9x12. Complete brass beds, tables, chairs. Call after 7 p. m. 1226 Third avenue north. FURNITURE for sale. 1 421 Ftfth_ave. N. FOR SALE—Cheap, brass bed, spring and mattress, dining table, 5 chairs, 4 rockers. 3200 Thlrd avenuo north. DINING ROOM suite living room suite; bed, dresser, refrigerator. Ideal heater and other Items. 122 1 Fourth a ve. So. ONE NEW kitchen cabinet, $20. One nearly new late model Ford radiator, $18. Will*sell or trade^ Riverview Hotel. RANGE, sewing machine, chiffonier, bed stead, two cots, and various household articles. 1728 Fifth avenue north. CHEAP—Baby"7 buggy, bed, cot." table, chairs, cabinet, ice box, oil and coal stoves, dishes, tub, boiler. 1400 Eighth avenue north. Fone 6948. Will trade for horse, cow. buggy, farm imple ments. SEEDS FOR SALE. WILL FURNISH, on reasonable shares, seed for 100 acres of wheat, to reliable party furnishing labor and ground. M. F. O'Malley. 1222 Third ave. north. SEED "WHEAT—Marquis. Car lots or less, commercially cleaned, $3; recleansd for seed, $3.25. Woolgrowers Warehouse Co., Enterpris e. Or s. GALLATIN VALLEY" "marquis wheat, blue hullless barley, six row barley and oats suitable for seed in car lots or less. Q. R. Powers. Boseman. Mont. IDRffllHtn BOOMS PALACE HOTEL, 307 Fifth street south. Rooms, $2.60 and $3.50 per week; 80c and 76c translent. A good quiet plaça to stay at. t STEAM-HEATED room In apartment. Private entrance. Private bathroom. Apartment 9, Scharrer_Apartments. COMFORTABLE room, electric plate, reasonable. 217 Third avenue^ north . FURNISHED rooms, close in, cheap. 622 First avenue north. MODERN room for rent. 424 Plfth ave. N. SLEEPING ROOM, $10 per month. 311 _Flfth javenue couth. COMFORTABLE modern rooms at reason _ able rates. Hotel Oxford, _612_Central. FINE furnished room, strictly modern ho me. 823 Third a ve. north. Fone 8864. MODERN rooms. 818 Third ave. north. FURNISHED room, very reasonable. 704 Fifth avenue north. FURNISHED front Voom for rent, close In. 113% Park drive. SMALL comfortable room $10; garage $5. 610 Fourth avenue north. FURNISHED room. 413 Fifth street No. ROOM for gentleman. 900 Fourth ave. north- Fone 7982. FURNISHED rooms. 810 2nd ave. north. MOD ERN front room . 714 2 nd av e. north. FURNISHED room. 605 5th ave. north. FURNISHED room. 213 Third ave. No. References. FURNISHED room. 3 14 Fo ur th S t . No. ROOM for two working girls. House keeping privileges. Very reasonable. Fone 7059. ___ FURNISHED rooms. 722 Third ave. No. IF YOU WANT a good night's rest, or a good rest every night, try a room at the Hotel Ben. Fone »472. Brass beds and box springs. ■ OUBEKEBPIXt» «POM» TWO-ROOM housekeeping apartments; new Clark-Jewel gas range. Newly furnished. Daly Hotel. Fone 6114. _____ FOR RENT—Two furnished housekeep ing rooms, modern. Fone 8640. 21. _ Ninth street south. TWO housekeeping rooms, also garage. 1126 Second avenue south. TWO ROOMS, furnished for light house keeping, $18. 1205 Sixth avenue north. FURNISHED housek'g rooms. West Hotel '■ ! 1 j | j j ! 1 TWO clean housekeeping rooms, furnish ed, modern, gas, fone. No children. 1109 First avenue north. THREE furnished housekeeping rooms. 522 First avenue north. THREE modern furnished housekeeping rooms, ground floor. 512 Seventh St^N LARGE light housekeeping rooms, gas range. Also sleeping room. o06 Third avenue sout h. Fo ne 8185^ FOR RENT—Large front room for light housekeeping; modern; gas. 417 Sev _ enth avenue south. TWO housekeeping"suites with gas". Cas cade Rooms, 1V74 First a ve. north. HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 411 4th ave. S. PLEASANT housekeeping rooms. 2124 _ Central, Brunswick H ot el. THREE furnished housekeeping rooms, outside entrance; sewer connections. 2011 Seventh avenue north. TWO modern furnished housekeeping rooms. 505 Sixth avenue south HOUSEKEEPING rooms. 610 Seventh _ street north. _ MODERN SUITE. 626 First ave. north, TWO furnished housekeeping rooms in modern home. No children. 800 olxtn aven ue nort h. TWO nicely furnished light housekeep ing rooms. 1111 2nd ave. N. Fone 8049. TWO-ROOM apartment on car line. Bath and gas. 1304 Sixth avenue no rth. HOUSEKEEPING rooms 618 First av. N. TWO nicely furnished housekeeping rooms, modern bungalow. No children. 614 Fifteenth street north. TWO-ROOM apartment, furnished, ground floor, private entrance. No children desired. 902 Sixth ave. No. Fone 6671. FRONT "housekeeping suites. Hotel Vaughn. _ APARTMENTS. $5 month. Fone 6948. TWO nicely furnished housekeeping rooms, ground floor. 1208 Third ave^__ N CORY HOTEL— Housekeeping rooms. CORY HOTEL—Housekeeping rooms. - ! < FCRNIHIIED APA RTM ENT» TWO-ROOM furnished apartment, mod ern. 1105 Second avenue north. TWO-ROOM furnished apartment. 4li Fifth avenue n °rth. TWO-ROOM furnished apartments. ol5 Eighth syeet south. Berkshire Apts. _ FURNISHED apartment. West Hotel. TWO-ROOM furnished apartment, gas: ~ ^ and bath, $20. 905 Fourth avenue south. Apt. 1. j j ONE front single roo mapartment, fur nished, and spare bedroom. 1011 Second avenue north. FOR RENT—Furnished" apartment and sleeping room. 316_ Fourth ave. north. MODERN two" "and three-room apart ments. $20 and $25 monthly. Fo ne 9501. WANTED—Lady to shar? modern apart ments. Box 24S Tribune^ FURNISHED apartment for rent. 524 Fourth avenue north. _ THREE-ROOM furnished apartment. $25. Heat, light. 800_ Seventh avenue south. FURNISHED two-room apartment, mod ern. 621_Slxth_street^ north. CLEAN, neatly furnished apartment, three rooms and bath; garage If want ed. or will rent separately. Lots of closet room. 219 Twelfth street north. FURNISHED apartment of three rooms, modem. 1212 Fifth avenue north. FOR RENT—Furnished apartment of two rooms. No children. 621 Fifth ave. No. UNPPBNISHED ArARTM ENTS CLOSE IN, modern unfurnished apart ment of two rooms and kitchenette. Adults only. Fone 6946. _ _ THREE-ROOM with private " bath. 115 Tenth street^ north .Cal I after 10:30 a. m. CHOICE" apartment at the Geraldlne. 706 Third avenue north : FOR RENT—New 4-room ~ apartment. West side, not far out. Corcoran, 203 Ford Block. - THREE or 4-room apartment, electric range, steam heat, hot and cold water. $25 to $35 monthly. Call at Flat Iron, West Slde,_or_ fone 9501. FIVE-ROOM modern" apartment. 21 Twelfth street north. ' FOR RENT—Three-room unfurnished apartment, close In. H. J. Skinner A Son. FOR RENT—One Noliar " corner" apart ment, strictly modern, unfurnished, after April 1. Fone 8363. TWO-ROOM and kitchenette apartments, strictly modern, for rent. Bungalow Court. Apply Hickman 924 CentrsJ. FOR RENT—MISCELLANEOUS POR RENT—Lot for garden, corner Fifth avenue and Sixth street north. 419 Fifth avenue south. $12 MONTHLY—House, barn, well " and 15 acres good Isnd, on river; east side, ten minutes from town. Room 4, Davles I nn^ opposl te_ 11 b rar y. GARAG E for re nt. 714 Fourth ave. north! GARAGE. fi a month. Fone 6940^ OARAGE—lllSFlrst avenue north. ONE CAR " N o. l wheat straw, which ws will sell at $22 per ton f. o. b. Great Falls. Montana Grain Growers. _ WANTED—MISCEL«,»NE«P» DRY CORD WOOD wanted, car lot. Write or wlre. Great Falls Mattress Co. WANTED—Second-hand rurnlture of all kinds. Ws pay cash. Fono DM. J. Ellsberg Furniture Co WANTED—Second-hand furniture. Mo tropelltan Hardware Ca Fone 4BtO. Professions®! amd MercHsamaismg I CALL HT O» CALL OT ](CLASSIFIED) jjOAlA » Q» CALL B>] S. CHIBOPBACTOB8 Drs. Offerman A Cor wln, 4ig Central Ave. DR.W^ L. DITTO. Breen Bl k. F ro« W. O'Co nnell A O'Connell. Hastings Apt. 4636. BEAUTY PABLOBS. ID EAL B eauty Parlor. 4 Fifth street No. Gertrude Kelly, Hotel Federal. Fone 8979. ACCOUNTANTS FRED H. MUND, certified public ac countant. Fone 4133. P. O. Box 1293, Great Falls, Montana. WM. B. FIN LAY, C. P. A.. 201-202 Rocky Mountain Pire Ins. Block. Tel. 4MS. WILSON-CLARK * CO, certified publie accountants. Phon« $799. 7M7 stantoa Bank Building. Great Palls. Montana. BLBCTBIOAL CONTBACTOBS CASCADE ELECTRIC CO.. C. D. tfmilb. Mgr.. MM Central avenue. Fone (Hi SHOE REPAIRING, GREAT FALLS SHOE HOSPITAL Ladies shoes sole sewed by band. 15^ Second street north. FOB BENT—FUBNIBBEDBOUSBS FOR RENT—Two-room house, furnish ed, water and toilet Inside. Inquire: 506 Eighth avenue south FOR RENT—Or sale, on easy terms, three-room furnished house. 411 Fifth avenue south. NEW 4-room house, close In, furniture nearly new. Coal furnished. Rent to desirable party for month or two. Fone 6765. FOR RENT—Three-room house, partly furnished. 6094 First avenue south. Inquire, 609_ Sixth avenue south. FOUR-ROOM strictly modern, furnished. No children. 2711 Second avenu e north. TWO-ROOM furnished house on lot. 717 Second avenue south. See or call, A. J. Fousek. SIX-ROOM and one 4-room furnished houses. Inq uire. 1013 Second ave. sou th. FURNISHED small two-room house. 621 Sixth street north. THREE-ROOM furnished house, partly _ modern. 612 Th ir d ave nu e south. FOR RENT—Four-room house, furnished or unfurnished, 2 blocks from Hotel Grand. Room 6 Sixth street north. FOB »ALMOC8IS $1,600—FIVE-ROOM house, modern ex cept heat. Easy terms. Jeffries, 102 First avenue south. Fone 8426. $4,000—FIVE-ROOM bungalow, close In, high grade. Easy terms. Jeffries, 102 First avenue south. Fone 842«. FOR SALE—By owner. 3 houses, fur nished. garage, on one lot, at Sixth avenue and Sixth street south. Income $70 a month. Price, $2,950. $1.750 cash. Inquire, 609 Sixth aven ue south. FOR SALE—By owner, ten-room thor oughly modern house. In first class. condition. Apply at 717 Sixth avenue north, or fone 8223. _ i in WORKMEN— Be your own landlord. Four-room house with bath, $1,500. Terms to suit. Fagan * Norby. FIVE-ROOM HOUSE furnished, full lot, ? n Dunn 2, B^'ck ^ CMh ' ^ moathly , rrrv l FIVE-ROOM bungalow, full lot. Fourth avenue north, only $4,600. Terms. No. 3 Dunn Block. FOR SALE— By owner, strictly modern bungalow, four large rooms, full base ment, hardwood floors throughout. Two-room house and garage, rear of same lot. $4,850. Terms. 2423 First ave. north. MODERN five-room bungalow, garage, full lot, basement cemented, back yard fenced, new chicken h ouse, beautiful lawn. Fone 5548. owner. FOR SALE—$4,650 for a strictly modern new 4-room bungalow with hardwood floors, full basement, concrete floor, with a dandy new garage, on paved avenue, close in, anS all special improve-; meats paid for. Hickman, 324 Central av enu e. FOR SALÉ —Or trade. Cascade property with or without furniture: eight rooms, two baths, chicken house, garage, 4 lots, ' avvn y S oa d location. See owner, L020 Fo urth avenue n orth, city. FOR SALE—One of the Calvert bun , galows on Central avenue. Inquire at j 1521^Central avenus. ONE-ROOM house for sale. Must bo _ mo ved. 6 01 Tenth avenue south. FOUR-ROOM house on Fourth avenue and Seventeenth street north; modern ! except heat. Easy terms. Harry New man. 5 Second street north. I SEVEN-ROOM modern house and double garage on Third avenue north. Can Bive immediate possession. Harry New-| man. 5 Second street north. BEST BUY In town; five-room modern house, full lot; $2600. easy terms. In terstate Realty, 208 l i Central avenue, FOUR-ROOM" Upuse. full lot for sale cheap if (aken at once. 3506 Second avenue north; FOR SALE—By owner, two strictly mod ern five-room bungalows with double garage. 1224 First_avenue south. FOR SALE—Nice three-room bungalow, located at 1209 Eighth avenue south, on full garden lot, large front porch and full basement; will make cozy little . home for a small family; $500 cash and, balance like rent. Call 6507 or see Mr. Myhre at 1606 Second avenue north. FOR SALE—Ten-room house with ample closets; fine location; double garage. garden, lawn; $60 Income from up stairs: upstairs furniture for sale cheap; $3,500 will handle deal. Phone 8049 or call at 1111 Second avenue north. TWO FIRST-CLASS 4-room bungalows and garage on ons lot. Bargain. Terms. Owner. 1218 Fourth avenue south. BUNGALOWS ÄND HOUSES—We have a large list. See us before buying. Frarv A Burllngame, 11 Third stre et Bo. FIVE-ROOM well built bungalow, mod« era in every respect. Good garage. Corner lot. By owner. Terms If desired. Box 41 Tribune. FOR RENT—UN FURNIS HED HOC SE» UNFURNISHED house, 3 rooms. 10244 Eighth avenue north. FOR RENT—Nearly new, c '? a " 3"™°°Î house; partly furnished and gasden if desired. $18.25. Light and water. 1822 Sixth avenue north. FOUR-ROOM cottage. garden and c hicken house. Ressonable. 2525 Fourth avenue south. SIX-ROOM corner house, modern, on car line; garden. 326 Slxth^ avenue south. FIVE-ROOM modern house, barn or garage, garden, cblcken house and nice lawn. 1713 Eighth ave. N. Fone 7313. THREE-ROOM house "for "rent. $12. 809 Fourth avenue Southwest. FIVE-ROOM modern house, barn or gar age. garden, chicken house and nice Jawn. 1713 Elghh ave. No.__Fone_7313. TWO HOUSES—One five-room house, garage, hen house and garden, full lot. Three-room house. Call 51S Fifth avenue south. THREÊ-ROOM house for rent. 221 Ninth avenue south. flO per month. MODERN 7-room house, garden, barn, garage, at 701 Eighth avenue north. $40. Inquire. 403 Ford Bldg W ANTED TO RENT IN NEXT 60 DAYS—Five-room modern, full basement, garage. Inside Eighteenth street, north side. By psrty with no children. Fone 9730. _ FOUR or five-room furnished house, by two adults. Pons 9662. WANTED—To rant modern houss, Acs* demy Hill. ~ Address. Box 1*6 Trlbuna. SBOBTBAND REPORTERS DUDLET CROWTHERt shorthand re. Bortar, notary public. Multigraphiag. Typewriting, etc. M First National Bank building. Pone MM. AUCTION EBBS. I SELL ANYTHING, any nlace. Writ* or fone me fur terms and sale dates. Fone 6994. George F. Charlesworth. 213 Central avenue. DANCIM« SATURDAY of each ween, at The New Odeon. Knights of Pleasure Club. ARCHITECTS SAM'L HENRY HAAS. 8 Simpson Block. DRBSSMAEIVO DRESSMAKING of all kinds, suits and coats a specialty; furs rellned and re palred. 411 Ninth stree t south. J_ MRS. HARRIS—Dressmaking and sew ing. 1121 Third ave. So. Fone 4226. GOWN MAKING and remodeling neatly done. All work guaranteed. Mrs. H. R. Wilson, 617 Sixth street No. Fone 6420. FOB SALE—MISCBLLAKBOOS DROPHEAD sewing machine, cheap if _ taken jat once. 7u0 Third ave. south. FOR SALE—Old Ivory baby carriage, like new. 1604 Central. _ FOR SALE—Used bed davenport In good _ condition. 12_ Twelfth street north. FOR SÄLE— New Ï2-Ï4 tractor, never used. Sacrifice price. Terms. Box 258 Tribune. _____ FLAT TOP desk and chair, cost new $116, good as new. Will sell for $60. 106 Central. FOR SALE—First-class bicycle. Fift h avenue nort h. WHITE REED sulky. Good condition; cheap. 3606 Third avenue north. . srrs ; v- — ^^centrel. ^ * FOR FOR SALE—Seven sows, about to far row, $60 each. Call a t 314 Seventh St._8. 10-20 CASÉ tractor, breaker and stubbio plows; No. 1 condition. Terms. 1224 Central. SALE:—Bedding, consisting of quilts and blankets. Good and clean. 121 Park dri ve. Call after 4:30 p. m. 22-LB. TAILOR electric iron. Room 24, Gran d Hotel . MOLINÈ Universal tractor with plows, stubble and breaker bottoms; right price. Stlm pert Implement Co. A NEW five-bar K. W. magneto. Chean. j Fone 7881. p7Tp~BiTi ^ „ -——-■ ! ^hn^D^lUioSi plo^On?'^ Case engine and plows. One Minneapolis Universal engine with new high tension magneto. One 12-27 Hart-Parr and 3 bottom plow. Cash and terms. U. W. Hammaker, Floweree. j | ] SEED FLAX - for sale; choice car load, $550 per bushel. Equity Co-Operative Ass'n, Brockton, Mont. — FIRST-CLASS refrigerator and fruit jars. 1109 First avenue north. , j . T — — — I i st reet south. Third ; FOR SÀLË-SinilI phonograph and 16 ,—records, cheap. Call at 412 Sixth ave. So. — g - r ... n .; T -—w-.;~ ; F< £R_ SALE—\ lctrola, reasonable. 3413 ! Fourth avenue north. BUGGY. 413 Fifth street north FOR SALE—One 8-16 Mogul, good con dition. One 8-16 Rumely. nearly new. One 10-20 Sandusky, good order. One 12-20 Sandusky, good order. One 10-20 Case, good order. One 12-20 Emerson, practically new. One 10-20 Titan, nearly new. Good prices for cash or reason able terms. Power-Morgan Company, Choteau. : 8 ' fl t n£^c <U rLrfr*rnnf«Ä^n9.*^ 1 ; after 4 p. m. Black Eagle Confectioner y, ! 12-20 LIGHT TRACTOR with plows, : used less than two months. This is a dandy rig and must be sold. Address, j _P. jO. Box 84, Hlghwood. FOR SALE—18-30 HP. Rumely Oil Pull j engine, two seta plows, good condition, j H. J. Skinner it Son. ; poR SALE— Öne complete set of"Î5 j volumes of the original Journal of , Lewis St Clark Expedition, in perfect j condition. Box 235 Tribune. • sÏNGER ~drophead7 ~Ï424~ Central avenue' ; BARGAIN—20-40 Gray tractor, 4-bottom gang plow. 10-ft. double disc, seeder . an( j packer. Consider cattle in trade. ; Room^2S. Grand Hot el. ; poR SALE—Clean black macaroni seed wheAt ^4 seventh ave. So. Fone 9672. PIANO for sale. Reasonable. Fone 8015. i RUMELY 15-30 and 5-bottom Cockshutt. Inquire. Motor Home Garage, Shelby, Humphrey. 209 Fifth stre et N o. j ABSOLUTELY the best corset today; S a ï c ! e5 i. Ç U9tom mode - Mrà - Moor*, j _ Hotel Foley. COMPLETE telephone construction_con i tractor 's outfit for sale. Box 153, Great _ Falls, _M ont. WE BUY and sell books and magasines^ Fone 7810. 408 First avenue south. 10-LB. PAIL pure extracted honey de livered to any postoffice In Montana, $2.86 cash with order. Clark W. Allen. B!g_ Timber. Mont._ BARGOLIA FIELD PEAS for salerNo weevil, none cracked; 6c per pound, f.o.b. Cheney. No orders for less then I 140 lb s. C hris Betx. Cheney. Wash . SPECIAL SALE on _plow shares, while they last: SP 27 $3.50 each; SP 220 ABDING machines, new and second $3 90 each: A 25 $3.90 each; B 26 $3.50 each. Terms: Cash with order. Mont gomery Machine Company, 301 Second street south. band. E. W. Harri« 121% Central ave. Great Falls. FOR SALE—Tailor's St.-ger sewing ma chine. 218 Central ave Fone 6335. LTV ESTOCK. HORSES and mares for sale. 708 Fif teenth street north^ _ FOR SALE—May 1 delivery: 57 head of cattle, mostly Herefords: 1 registered hull. 33 heifers 2's. 3's and over, now dropping calves; 7 2-yr. old steers, 13 coming yearlings. 3 fall calves. Will sell for $4 .000. Meter Bros., Stanford, Montana. TEAM OF MARES, 5 year old, 1300 Ibe, Xe a m of geldings, 1400 lbs. 3600 Seventh 1 avenue nortb. FOR SALE—Ninety head of high grade Hol stein dairy cattle; 50 cows. 40 one 's, twoes, and calves. W. M. Routxahn, Craig. _ _ RHODE I. REDS, thoroughbreds, hatch ing eggs. Baby chicks, laying hens, cockerels. 3221 Sixth ave. N. Fon e 7130. FOR SALÉ— Four "good farm teams for work. broke. sound, gentle. Two wagons, four sets work harness. Fresh cow and calf. 3014 Fifth ave. north. SALE 6000 CATTLE We are offering for sale, all or sny part of, 6000 head of nstive Idaho cattle, consisting of cows from three to seven years old and yearlings, two and three year old steers. Delivery May 15th to June 15th. For prices and further particulars write: PORTLAND FEEDER COMPANY. Burlsy. Idaho. FOR SALE—Work horses. John C. Bow man. Wolf Creek, Mont. FOR SALE—Any number of natlve cows! heifers and steers, white-face and short horn. for spring delivery. Particulars. Write, Palmer A Hough, Rainbow _ Hotel,_Great Falls, Mont. TWO carloads of milch cows for~säe7 1427 Second ave. So. L. F. Rutherford. FOR SALE—Work horses. J. Pftftarly, Portage. MILCH COWS, young stock (or sale! 384 Sovsnth avenue north. Pons BX17.