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:p-.f 6 :t •'. I f" 9m£:« ,'a 9rii t-5 v/ taoil 8CJ ~iEi ek-'^ -3.-T __ W SfUFF FAILS 10 IEET Cim DEMND nsj^Contintted from page nine) *be^?,*fle saM: "Yes, I would like .to pu^ch^troni jrpa, if you ran sell me (p^rOCot^e., same .weight of cattle which my trade demands, but I can not ueO youT beef, if it is one cent less per pcjiimf '^han I ipy. My contract calls for ribs and loins. So many Tibs' and the distance from the back bone to the end of the rib shall be so many ROUND-UP COOK. Alex McDonald. Had no heirs and his estate convert ed to cash reverted to the state treas ury. inches, and 'the loins the same but each rib and loin must weigh so many pounds. Your ribs and loins will not do this they have not the thickness." Here is the explanation in a nut shell. Any of our friends who have order ed at a first-class hotel a porterhouse steak will understand what we mean *jr thickness, when he looks at the large tenderloin in the steak. This year's business clearly demon strated that, notwithstanding the opin ions of the theorist, beef slaughtered on the range could not be sold at a profit in Chicago. Before the end of the season what cattle was on hand for killing was $1.50 Per Copy &ICHA&D D. KATHRtNS. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 20.—While married and happy,-Richard D. Kath rens advocated free divorce and set down definite rules of relationship of divorced couples in his book, "Let's Civilize the Marriage»Laws." NOw be is being Sued for divorce. If Kathren's wife wins her suit, will Kathrens practice his own theories? For instance: Will he "refer with reverential re spect to 'my devoted sister who was my wife'l"? Will he obey his own rule that "the duty to still provide for her (his di vorced wife's) support should run against the husband as a valid claim in the nature of a punitive damage?" Will he let "the mother direct the disposition of the children"? Will Kathrens, when the suit reach 6b court, dispute his wife's claimB, or even let her'detail "for the delecta tion of a curious and gossipy public the indignities she may have endured or ((confess) any of her own frailties or mistakes?" All these quotations are from his book and are therefore his beliefs be fore he was confronted by this divorce sit. If he carries ot his theories there will be no need for a sit, for he will not protest it and it will be left to the court to grant the divorce. *4| Kathrens was married in 1804. His wife charges he neglected her for lit erary pursuits. He is an investment broker. WORTH KNOWING It is economy to save orange and lemon peels. Besides thier use as! .avorinp for coo*, stewpfi prunes and apples, etc., they may be candie for use in fruit cake, mince pies, pud- MYTHS AND THE THIS VOLUME SHOULD LIBRARY. ON -it turned upon the range. It was impos sible to compete with the market and corn-fed meat products. (To be continued). URGES EASY DIVORCE GETS CHANCE TO TEST HIS IDEA A New and Interesting Just Off the Tribune dings, etc. Glean out the skins, re moving the whiie pith. Put them in cold water. Let boil live minutes, then drain. Cover with boiling'water and boil until tender. (Make a sugar syrup, put in the rinds and cook until trasparent. Let rinds and syrup dry and harden together. Keep in a tin box. When polishing the stove, first wipe off with vinegar and then apply blacking. The stove will be brighter and keep clean longer than when the polish is put directly on the dirty When it is necessary to leave food on the stove or in the oven and "get busy" in some other part of the house, trv making use of the alarm clock to warn you when time is up. Slightly wind and set it for 15, 20 or any num ber of minutes later. With this de vice your mind is free to put on the work in hand. Here is the best way of freshening salt pork so that it cannot be distin guished from fresh meat. Slice it, and cover with hot water. Add one ,- p. (. BISMARCK OAILY TBIBUin The "Myths of the Sioux" from the pen of Mrs. Marie L. ..McLaughlin is beautifully written, well printed and most profusely illustrated with cuts of original Indian drawings. True to it's title the volume is composed entirely of myths and legends of the Sioux, and it should be to that Nation, as Grimm's and Anderson's to the English speaking nations. These stories are brief and very interesting are told in a simple language which can be understood even by a child. teaspoonful of biking soda and allow it to BtaQd over| night. This is good to know when' fresh meat is hard tp obtain. Use cayenne pepper to rid cupbords' and shelves of mice. Sprinkle it in corners, sides and cracks. A great convenience in the kitchen Is a bucket of ashes saturated with coal oil. Keep it in a safe place and put a spoonful or so of the mixture on the kindling before starting the lire. A. few pieces of brick, kept in a deep pan, may be saturated with ker^ osene And used tar.the same purposes Add turpentine to stove blacking to soften it. It will take an excellent polish. Extbe 4 4 S ERVICE The world's largest battery factory, builders of the famous "Exide," have shown their confidence in our work by making us their factory servioe station for west ern North Dakota. We are prepared to do any kind of battery repairing and charging, and will store your bat tery for the winter. To dealers:—We sell "Exide" batteries and parts at wholesale. CORWIN MOTOR COMPANY Bismarck, N. 0. INIIttn «c lad MaM meulli? bones, tetled with Blu* Ribboa. yeais known as Best. Safest, Always Reliable SOLD BY DRUaGlSTS EVERYWHERE icv •1 -iltf- i| 4' BE IN EVERY WELL SELECTED TOMORROW MORNING AT & W V: llii -jjlsuo V|.t I ^s: I v: ••VI .4 y. /. 9 7- Right now, you can purchase a Paige Fairfield "Six-46" for WitHiri i. 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