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4 I A COMMISSIONER KIRK LOSES CAR NORTH OF CITY Machine Unexpectedly Bursts Into ^F|ames and is Com pletely Destroyed. Commissioner C. 'Jf. Kirk, Risiriarclc manager for the Marshal Oil Co., tast his lleo car 11 miles north of Bis marck late last nigdt when the ma chine without warning burst into flames. It was an unluckv day for the oil man. First the company's big truck broke down eir route to Bald win. Manager Kirk drove out in car with necessary repairs. The truck was late in making its BaMwin deliv 1 HAIR BRUSHES 35c Up The Lanpher hat is do ing its bit T)y maintain ing its "always right" quality. Do your hat bit by buying 9 Lanpher THE SPEND AQUAMTR SAVEA DOLLAR Remember—as far as the results are concerned SA-VAN- will make the same delicious dishes as eggs. It lightens, leavens and holds the mixture together in just the same way as fresh eggs. Where an egg is called for in the recipe, just plit in one level teaspooriful of SA-VAN- mixed with milk or water. Then cut your shortening one-third. The results will surprise aftd delight you. Order a Package Today. One 25 cent package will cut your egg bill over 91.00. AT YOUR GROCER'S eries, and the manager waited to es cort it on it A way home, driving in the rear of the\ruck to throw a better" light on the road rr it. Then, about xx miles out of Bismarck, Mr. Kirk glanced down and noted a tongue of flame coming up through the foot bofcrd. He just had time to leap be fore the big flash. The car was a 1916 4-cylinder model. It was completely destroyed and Commissioner Kirk rode home on the truck. buy w. «. s. Faulty Judgment. "iftiss Jones," sternly inquired the superintendent, "what has happened here? Five of your, boys have black eyes and bruised faces." "The worst battered and most cheerful one is the new boy," answered the sixth-grade teacher. "The others thought he was for peace at any price. But he wasn't." Bismarck Grocery Co,, Distributors1 I HAT Theprice of good^fr^sh eggsis going up every day. Can you afford to use them in cooking and baking, when by wing SA-VAN- you can get the same resultsat a fraction of the cost? BRESLOW'S SATURDAY SPECIALS SAFETY RAZOR FREE We are. giving a J^urham Safety Razor free to every "pur chaser of $1.00 or more worth of goods. These razors have the concave steel blades and are made on the Gillette principle. Tooth Brushes 10c up. 5 Bath Brushes $1.00 up.s HOT WATER BAGS, 75c Ali our rubber goods guaranteed. We have a large stock PERFUME£ of genuine imported bris- ]je TreFle, Hud tle brushes on hand. If nuts, Djer Kiss we were to charge what Palmer's, Rieger's' they are worth today the MeUeir's, Colgates* price woulcNbe double. Popular prices. We carry the largest line of trusses in the northwest. All styles for any case. We fit them free of charge. Bresl6w's Pine Tar Compound for Coughs, 25c. Joseph Breslow i# v|I^^Gnidiiate Pharinasict. Mclvenfcie Ho|el Rlpe|i. Phone 5. iUNt. Baby "Bottles 10c a*—0-^ GERMANS HIDE PLUNDERING OF SLAV PEOPLES Berlin Anxious That Facts '-of Treatment of Captured Col onies be Hidden. THREE MILLION ARE DEAP Wholesale Slaughter of Civilian Population Added to Kaiser's Crimes. '*71 1 (By Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n.) Paris France, Oct. 4.—A grave warning has been issued by a prom inent Polist patriot in Paris against one phase of the German peace of fensive—the s6crecy the HUNS have thrown around true conditions among the central European Slavs. N Tha warning is that the allies, in their zeal to make Germany restore Belgium, Northern France, Alsace-Lor raine and Serbia, must not allow the HUNS to bind them on central-Euro pean issues. "1 fear," he says, "people of .he allied countries do not uiuier^tF.nd the relation between their own fiMino safe ty and the aspirations of'the oppress ed Slavish nations. "They M.UST understand. Op they will live to me it—in two or hree gen eration,s. They will find then, if Ger many now is to have her way. in those central countries, a Germany twice as large jn territory, in population, in wealth^ in resources." It is pointed'out that the HUNS are keeping a sealed curtain ov^r events in central Europe. But according to' eye witnesses who have smuggled their information into France this is the situation in Poland: Three million persons killed. Half a million in German captivity. Three quarters of a million per manently crippled on the battlefield. Sixty thousand political leaders exe cuted. A reduction in ^ealth of one-third. Machinery worth $40,000,003 confis cated and taken to Germany. All loose metal in the country Jon fiscatcd. 'Mines and oil wells robbed. Three-quarters of Roland's forests destroyed. .. To all of which, the Polish patriot say, is 'this contrast: "The numeri cal strength &f the German element 'and the power of the few rich and self ish cosmopolitan parasites who have never had anything in common with the people's desires, and who always work together with the chnonger, have increased with the aid of German rope and bayonet!" Anil V1 1'"hernia and other central "Slavic countries the situation is said to be similar to the plight of Poland "If all this be true." says the Pole, then the HUNS could well afford to give up, FORTHE TI.VIH] B'EIXG, the world ambition, and to rectify even the wrongs done in western Europe in exchange for the opportunity to keep what they*hcid before tlie var." A warning ft given against allowing Germany to make a peace that does dot include restoration of Poland and neighboring countries and their inde pendence. BUY W. S. S. MINNEAPOLIS CLOSE. No. 1. dork northern J24 1-2. No. 1 northern 222. No. 2 dark northern 221 1-2. No. 2 northern 219. No. 3 dark northern 217 1-2. No. o, northern 21.5. No. 1 amber durum 224 1-2. No. 2" amber durum 221 1-2. home on the truck. No. 3 white corn 15 2to 157. No. 3 yellow corn 134 to 137. •No. 4 yellow corn 129 to 132. 1 No. 5 yellow corn 124 to 127. No. 3 mixed corn 122" to 127. Other grades 100 -to IZi. No. 2 white oats Montana 68 3-4 to 69 3-4. Standard white oats 66'2-4 to 67 3-4. Arrive 66 3-4 to 67 14. No. 3 white oats 66 14 to 67 1-4. Arrive 66 14 to 66 3-4. No. 4 white oats 64 1-4 to 66 1-4. Barley, chaice 89 to 93. E'arley ordinary 85 to 89. No. 2 rye ^57 to 138. Rye to arrive same. Fyax, 330 arrive 80. Oats 66 1-4. Oats 66 7-8-to 67 Oats 67 5-8./ Rye 156 §,-8. Rye 158. Rye 159 3-4. DULUTH CLOSE. Flax 380. Flax 376. FlaX 370 1-2. Fyldx 370. Rye 161 1-2. Rye 161. Rye 160 1-2. Dluth cash close oats track 67 1-4 to 67 3-4. Arrive 67 1-4. Ry^ track, ItiJ. arrive. 161. v, Earley, track new 84 to 93. Flax track 382 to 3^3, arrive 3Si. ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK. Kogs, receipts, 3,200 10c lower range $18.50 to IS.65 bulk $18.60/ to 18.65. Cattle reaeipts 4.200" killers steady steers $6.25 to 17.50 -cows arid heifers $6.75 to 10.00 veal calves steady $5.50 to $16.50 stockers and feeders steady $.5W5 to^ 7.25. SheeiJreceipts 1,800 steady hfmbs $10 to 15.75: wethers $7.00 to 11.00 ewes $7.00 to 10.00. -1 1 CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. /Hogfe, receipts 16,000 steady: butfili ers ?19.M to 19.45 light $18.50 to'. 19.15 'packing $18.10 to* 18.75 rough *w.5u to 18.00 pigs, good to chaice $16.75 to 17.75. Cattle receipt 6.000 native steers slow to lower. Cattle good, choice to prime, $15.25 to 19.60 common to me dium $10.00 to 15.25 cows and heifers $7.35 to 17.35. Stockers and feeders good chaice and fajioy $10.75 to 13.75 inferior, common asd medium $7.75 to 10.35 veal calves, good and choice $18.00 to 18.75. tSheep, 14,000 fat classes 'slow to lower. »uvw. s. s. Tribune Want Ads Bring Results. BISMARCK DAILY THIBUNB WEATHER REPORT. Eoc twenty-Jour, hours ending, at noon, Oct. 4. Temperature at 7 a. 48' Temperature at noon ... 60. Highest yesterday 72 LoWest yesterday 34 Lowest last night 47 Precipitation None Highest wind»velocity 13-SE Forecast. For North Dakota: Partly clpudy to night ^nd Saturday cooler south and west portion tonight. k.t. Paul Lowest Tem Temperatures Fargo Williston ...... "Winnipeg Helena Chicago Swift Current Kansas City -.... 64 ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. -RI'Y W S. S. DYSENTERY IN VIENNA. I$y Newspaper Enterprise Ass'n.) London, Oct. 4.—Dysentery is in creasing in Vienna. There have been nearly 1,000 cases, of which about one fourth proye fatal. BUY W. S. SMALL EARTHQUAKE RECORDED. St. Louis, LMO., 7 Oct. 4.—The seismo graph at the St. Louis univprsity re corded a small earthquake at 3.22 this morning lasting 12 seconds. The in- W Romper Cloth at 35c Blankets at $5.75 Blankets at $4.25 Comforters at $1.98 Comforters at .$2.25 Comforters at .$5.98 Pillows at 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT Sheets full size at 98c Sheets, full size, at $1.49 Sheets, full size, at •'. $1 ."75 Extra Special Sale on Pillow Slips Khaki Yarn, special sale price .49c COTTON BATTING 4 lb. weight—full comforter size, SPECIAL SALE PRICE $1.G9 Cotton Crepes, Special Per Yard 25c Johnson's SUITS! SUITS!! TWO DAY SUIT SALE Friday and Saturday MUSiEaHi For these two days we shall put on sale our stock of this season's Ladies' and Misses' Suits. Newest styles and materials. i- Suits', regular price, $22.50 to $25.00, special price, $19.75 Suits, regular price, $27.50 to $30.00, special price, $25.00 Suits, regular price, $32.50 to $37.50, special price, $29.75 Suits, rsgular price, $39.50 to $45.00, special price, $35.00 Suits,' regular price, $47.50 to'$50.00, special price, $42.50 Suits, regular price, $52.50 to $62.50, special price:, $49.50 Suits, regular price, $65.00 to $72.00, special price, $59.75 DURING THJS SALE NO SUITS ON APPROVAL 'Tirst mSt^le' "first ill V^iety* TtumiuiimiiimtumiuuttiiihiiiiiiiiHimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiii:::.iiiiiiiniii(1iiiiiiii!iiiiiiiiii iuiiiiiiuiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiiiiuiiii4iiiiiuiiiMiiuiuiiiiiiiiHiui strument, however, continued to vi- from St. Louis was estimated at 2CM) to from St. Louis the markings wew ndt brate for 12 minutes. The distance 300 miles. Because of the distance distinct. THEATRE IN "Riders of the Night" The heart of old Kentuckey thrills'through this romance in the blue grass Saturday Basement Store Special Sale BROTHERS "Foremost in Value" v. 1 -.ij Georgette Crepe, only a few shades left, regular $2.50 quality—October Sale Price .$1.39 36 inch Seco Silk Sale, per yard .39c We have about f0 pieces of Sateens in almost any color you desire, October Sale price, per yard 39c Sr.it Cases at 20 PEE CENT DISCOUNT One big lot of TowHs at this October Sale, each 49c Another big lot of Towe!s at October Sale Prices .. 12 l-2c Voiles—Values lip lo $1.25 per yd., October Sale Price 29c We have only one table full Jeft of enamel ware to be closed out on this sale at your choice 98c Lac.:: at, per yard 3c embroidery at, per yard 7c Embroidery at, per yard .25c Table Damask at, per yard 79c Crib blankets at, each $1.25 Cut Blankets at. each 69c a a a iMiim .J i.