Newspaper Page Text
ik s, News of the Markets Turkish "War 8care" Ua«rf a». Excuse For Monday's Severe Reaction .,U (By'the Associate Press) New York, Sept. "S3.—Quoted se curity values sustained a sharp set back this 'week and professional short August motor car production, fipr Flour Prices Have Advanced Slightly with Rising Mar ket—Due to World Crisis (By the Associated Press) Minneapolis, Sept. 23.—The wheat market has been advancing during the past week because of possibili ties of war between Great Britain and Turkey, according to the review of the United States Department of Agidculture. The market was sharply higher Monday, and after a slight setback on Tiiesday, continued to advance during the week, Minneapo lis December wheat Closing yesterday at $1.08%, an advance of 5% cents for the week. ./ Flour mills are now running at a normal percentage of capacity for this time of the year, and shipjnenis of flour are averaging close to 70, 000 barrels a day. Flour prices have advanced slightly with the-advanc ing market, Tamily patent now quot ed at $6.70 to $6.90. The first part of the week premi ums for cash wheat were a trifle easier, the poorest qualities of No. 1 dark northern, spring wheat trading as low as 5 cents over the Minnea polis December wheat future. Dur ing the week however, there has been, an improved demand for ordinary qualities of wheat and very'little No. 1 dark northern has sold for less than 7 or 8 pents over the December wfieat future. The best qualities of •wheat have continued in good de mand and until yesterday choice qualities brought 25 cents over the December futures. The new tari:f bill, effective today, makes a reduc tion of about 5 cenfS in the duty on FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS You UAOMTwnm. BoTUEE PoP HE'S* MAD« he ToV AAB kSEP ST1LU. r&dfiltalafti. ^h1Tit^d&1ibfitii? Eastern lttiHS toe secttite C«nadlail wh*eit with an advantage over local millers. inten»iedi*te.*yad«» No.. 1 dark northern and tfieir flualiiies of No. 2 land $ wheat have met withimproved idemand.durine the uptfttun^dayjik Durum #&t*t haa,.be0ri in steady. demand,p»wes following, the advance in DuJIath futures, wit^r cash pre miums. unchanged,. Jfio.L amber sell ing mostly 11 to 15 cents over the Duluth September. Montana winter ifteat Kail heen somewhat tinier, the tag^-df No. 1 dark hard being reduced from? to, 3 cents, the baaig interests forced" »'.readjustment of have been in good'shipping demand, No. 3 white trading mostly .% to 3c over Minneapolis December, which closed at 32%c. Sye market has'been Monday's severe reaction^ Awhile the quiet, but steady^.No. 2 rye now trad calling of loans and the marking up» at %c to.l cent over Minneapolis of the call rate to six percent fw-J December ry«S, which closed at 67%c. nished the impetus for Thursday's, The flax market has bfeen very act decline, the net losses in standard iv«, September flax trading during shares ranging frOM-1 to-3 point?.. the week from $2.29-to 12.38, todays the stock market's weakened tech nical position. The Turkish "war scare" was used as an. excuse for Consequently, short ,intereats had little difficulty in: uncovering weak spots, but the selling proceeded in an orderly fashion and at nO time was the market swamped with offerings, good buying support being in evi dence slightly below current levels. Domestic news developments con tinued to be of an encouraging na ture. Car loadings of. revenue freight continued to go higher, and there was a steady increase in production in the Iron and Steel industry, /*-. pite the rising tendency oi'-pricea. Further evidence of the moiii.r„tc re vival of business was roflectcd in t'le enlargement of the country's crcdlt requirements, the weekly staterr.ant of the Federal Reserve system show ing an increase of nearly $37,000,OOff in rediscounts. proached to within a* few thousand here today during the early dealings, of the record in June, which was the Stfmi itctf.fcw orders Were. caUgfit. banner month in the history of .the -In the initial trading and the:decline industry. Seotember orders show the was easily, att$in«d as the, technical usual seasonal falling off, but the position had'been weakened by. the cut in prices of several of the popu- recent upturn. Thei bulk of the early !ur models is expected to result in business was in the December deliv further orders. ery. ,Commission houses hid. large Seasonal dullness also is making selHng orders at the'start and found itself felt in the building trades, support lacking. On the break there Commodity prices, as a result, are was some fair buying by houses that tending upward, one of the features were on the selling side yesterday, of the week being the further in-1 The openiiig. which ranged from,lV*r crease in kerosene prices both for to 3%c decline, .with,'.December $LAfr home. consumption and export. The report that large sumj of money still are available for invest ment were seen in the ease with which several large bond offerings of the week were disposed of. Call money rates fluctuated from four'To percent, the latter rate being rec orded Thursday afternoon for the first time since last February. This rate is regarded as temporary amd was brought-about by the combinar tion of withdrawals by interior banks for the financing of 'crop movements and the demands Of lo cal importers, who hastened to get their merchandise out of bond in or der to get the benefit of the lower tariff rates. A firmer tendency also was noted in rates for time money and commercial paper. Foreign exchanges were reaction ary in response to the uncertainty of developments in the Near East and heavy offerings of commercial bills against export shipment, de mand sterling was quoted at least a cent below last week's' figdr'es and corresponding ^decreases took place in Continental rates. German marks held fairly steady around the rate of seven cents a hundred. WAR RUMORS BOOST WHEAT tnow 4 to 8cent* over December 'wheat futures. jXll coar»a grain futurea ^ave had on advances in sympathy with wheat. Cash corn, is- novijquoted ,ona Decem ber basis, with No. 1 and 2 yellow at %c under Chicago December fu tures, which closed at 59%c. Oats close being the highest point* Spot seed has traded mostly at cent over the September* (3y the Associated Press) Chicago, Sept. 23.—General selling ifiditcedby a more favorable poli tical situation (.in Europe gave the wh&t* market a downward tendency to $1.07 and May $1.09%. to $1.11, was followed by something of a gen eral recovery. Sentiment,ini corn and oats was mixed, but the, tendency was to fol low the course of wheat. After open ing to off, with December 58 to 59V»c» the com market un derweifit a. further decline 'snd then hardened a little all around. Oats started", %c to%c down, with December 37%©' to 37% c, and lrtld close to the initial range. Higher -quotations in hog values gave a .lift to provisions. Later the nutrket' became heavy and sagged until the end, the finish showing a net Ipss of 1% to 2% w.ith Dectfitiber $1.05% to $1.06 and May $1.10 td JlilOfci.. Corn followed wheat and closed at »#t Ion of %cto l%£iwith Decem ber 58Hc:'§t %'c to 58%c. NEWS .pf WAEL STREET (pv the 'Associated Press) New York, Sept. 23.—Resumption of yesterday's late covering move ment took place at the opening oi today's stock market, oils, equip ments, railroads, motors and rubbers leading the advance. The covering •was attributed to more favorable de velopments in the Near Eist_ situa tion. Atchison and UnioiSfacific each of which gained a point, led the mod erate advance in rails, while Mexican Petroleunii Associated Oil,' and-Stand" ard Oils of-California: and New Jer sey assumed leadership of the oil group on galris ranging .from %c to l%c. The inquiry for equipments was led by Pullman smd Baldwin, each of which improved a point or more, with similar rains being recorded by United States Rubber, common and preferred, Bosch Magneto and Studebaker. .Market Street Railway, prior preferred, was pushed up Jo a new. high. There were few exception* to the' .upward .trend," American Ra diator dropping 2 points and Peo ple's Gas, Pacific Gaff and ^Electric Tobacco Products A, and Rock Island yielding fractionally. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK (By the Associated Press) Chicago, Sept 23.—Cattle receipts 1,500 compared With week *go strict ly choice and prime native "beef 'stefrrtr largely 16c 25« higher long er grades mostly 25c lower spots off considerably more extreme top beef steeris $11.95 best yearlings $11.75 Western grassers 10 to 15c higher stockers and feeders mostly strong to 25c higher other grades beef cows and heifers, canners and cutters steady to weak in-between grades butcher she stock unevenly 25 to 50 cents off bulls 40 to 60c lower veal calves unevenly 25 to 75c lower week's bulk prices native beef steers $9.13 $11.00 Westerns $6.80 $g.25 stockers and feeders $6.00 $7.-25 bulk beef cows and heifers $4.50 $7.75 bulk desirable veatl calves $12.75 $13.25. Hogs receipts 5,000 lighter weight fairly active, 10 to 15c higher bulk 180 ot 210 pound averages $10.40 $10.50 top $10.55 weightier kinds slow, around steady choice pifcs up to $9.75 holdover moderate heavy $9.00 $10.25 medium $9.75 $10.55 light $10.10 $10.55 light light $9.75 $10^5 packing sows, smooth $8.00 $8.75 packing sows, rough 7.25 $8.10 killing pigs eEEVNUrcZ.*! 'CMJSB ttiANSTA WV iCAtfGoajr AM' PIAV. THE OLD HOME TOWN I'SjpWWSWSfTT no-no- You SAY HUSBAND IT HOW DARE YOU ARREST MY L&NG LOST HUSBAND!v DONTCHA EVER DARKEN MY.% DOOl^ A^AIN' (I N- STANCE/ AU«T S4RAH PEABOOY WAS $8.75, $9^6. ^heep receipts 1,500 Pacific Oil market weak cdnvpared week ago—I Pan American Petroleum fat and feeding lambSf mostly 75c Pennsylvania higher yearling 60c higher sheep! People's Gas steady to 25c higher closing top I Pure Oil natives and Weitcvn! lambs $14.75 I Ray Consolidated Copper bulk natives' $14.0.0 $14.50 culls Reading mostly $9.50 fat heavy ewes- $4.00 Rep. Iron & Steel $5.00 'choice' handy weight upward Royal Dutch, N. to $7.10 feeding lambs mostly $13.75 Sears Roebuck $14.25. Sinclair Con. Oil .... 90HJTH ST.' PAUL LIVESTOCK (By the Associated Press) S^uth St Paul, Sept. 23.—Cattle Tecefpts 1,700 compared with "a week ago beef- steers and she stock 25c higher ', best fed steers for week, $10.00 single load $10.5(F bulk grass 'steers- $£50 $7.35 top load lots range steers $7.75 grass cows and heifers. |3.90' $7/)0 bulk under $5.00 bulls steady, bulk bolognali $8.50' $4.00 stockers and feed ers fully 25e higher $4.00 7.50 calves receipts,'none. Compared with week' Ago iteadyr lights closim Westinghouse Electric 10.50 $11.00 seconds $5.50 Willys Overland $6.50i Hogs receipts' $$900 market chgo & NW \teady to strong bulk desirable .light weights.' $9.90 heavy butchers $8.50 $9.50 bulk packiiig sows $7.7* |8.00 good pigs $9150. Sheep receipts 100 market today steady ^one olad choice Dakota tttmbs late Fridajr '$14.00 compared with week ago lambs averaging About $£00 higher bulk fat natives: at the close $13.75. Sheep about 25tf $! 50c high er bulk fat ewes closing' $4.00 $6.00 feeders strong best Western feeding lambs this Week $13.00. New York Stock List Allied Chemical & Dye 82% Allis-Chalmers ,.... 55% Ameriean Beet Sygar ........f 43% American Can .« GQVa American Ctr & Foundry ......187% American Hide & Leather pfd., 70 American International Corp.. 35' American' Locomotiy^ 128 American Smelting Ref'g 62% American Sugar' 79% American Sumatra Tobacco .. 39% American T. & T. .....' 122 American Tobacco 161A Amterican 'Woolen 99' Anaconda Copper 53% Atchison 165 Atl., Gulf & W. Indies ...... 80%B Baldwin Locomotive ./ Baltimore & Ohio Bethlehem SteeJi-,"®" Canadian Pacifto Central Leather— Chandler Motors Chesapeake Ohio Chicago, Mil. and St. Ppul Chicago, R. 'I. & Pic, Chino Copper Colorado Pnel ft Irort.iVA .'... 33%B Corn Products 116 Crucible Steel 89 Brie 15% Famous Players-Lasky General Aspntlt 134% .... 56 .... 76 .... 145% ...,41% .... 60% .... 74«/i .... 33% .... 44% 29% 64 General Electric 178% General Motors 14 ^Goodrich Co. 33% Great Northern pfd 93/6 Illinois Central 112B. Inspiration Copper 40% International Harvester 109% IfitHfeiK Mamie pfd International Paper 57% Invincible Oil ~. •. Kelly-SiAriftgfield Tire ........ 43_ Kehiiefiott Copper 35% Louisville Sc. Nashville 13oB Mexican, Petroleum .. 187.% Miami Copper 28 /4 Hidai* States Oil ... i.... .... 13% Mfdiale Steel 35% "Missouri Pacific 21% New York Central 97% N. Y., N. H. pnd Hartford 31 Norfolk & Western 119% \NU£T D06S" •TOANS/frUWTlC ACROSS THE -TOWS' avamayS* means AGOdSS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23,1922 THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE PAGE SEVEN 'I NO DONTCHA EVER DARKE OUR DOOR GREATLY PLEASED WHEM mv* DRESSMAKER WHO HAD PREMISED MARRY MARSHAL OTEY WAUKER SUDDENLY 4 CHAMGiSCfr HEIg MINt Southern Pacific Southern Railway Standard Oil of N. J. Studebaker Corporation Tennessee Copper Texas Co Texas & Pacific Tobacco Products Transcontinental Oil Union Pacific .15014 United Retail Stores 81% U, S. Ind. Alcohol ... United States Rubber United States Steel .. Utah Copper Maxwell "B" .... Consolidated Gas 64% 51.% .103% 67% 63V*.. 6%" LIBERTY BONDS (By the Associated Press) New York, Sept. 23—Liberty bonds close. 41 3%'s Second 4's First 4%'s I Second 4%'s Third 4%'s Fourth 4%'s .nnnn Victory 4%'s uncalled 100.60 4%'s" called 100.30 MINNEAPOLIS RECEIPTS (By the Associated Press) Minneapolis, Sept. 23—Wheat re ceipts 316 cars compared with 210 cars & year ago. Cash No, horth-. ern $1.07% $1.16% December $1.06% September $l 0fl% May $1.10% com No. 3 DEMAND IT LITTLE SLOWER (By the Associated Press) Minneapolis, Sept. 23—Cash wheat demand seemed to be a little slower at the opening today but most of the .desirable offerings were cleaned up at unchanged premiums within the first hour of trade. Dutum wheat •was stronger on account of better bids coming from Duluth. There was no change in winter wheat. Demand was fair for the good stuff and nar row for smutty offerings. Corn met with a quiet and fea tureless demand. Oats were unchanged with a fair general demand and offerings mod erate. Rye was unsettled with a fairly active shipping demand. Barley was strong again because of light offerings. Flax demand was slightly improved. Local crushers Northern Pacific 86% 1 bought most of the offerings of spot Oklahoma Prod. & Ref 2% I seed at one cent over September. That Set Pop Thinking I BY STANLEY HP' TODAY RANGE OF CASH SALES 78% (By the: Associated Press) 48% Minneapolis, Sept. 23.—Range of 94Vii representative cash sales: Wheat No." 31%:' 1 dark northern $1.16% $1.25%' 15^ No. 2 dark' northern $1.12% '$1.18 78^/4.' No. 3 dark northern $1.03% 67V» 1 $1.20% No. 4 dark northern $1.03'4 58%-' $1.09%No. 5 dark northern $1.03 90\'!@ $1.03% sample grade dark nor- 34 thern $1.00% No. 1 dark hard win .94 |tcr $1.02% $1.14% No. 2 dark 25WT hard winter $1.13% No._2 hard win 196 ter $1.01% No. 2 amber durum $1.00 128% $1.04 No. l.mixed durum 88c 9%B $1.05 No. 1 mixed wheat 92c $1.04. 47%) .Barley sample grade 52%c 53c 30 86% 14 No. 3, 55c 58c No. 4, 52c 56c. .Com No. 1 yellow 58%c 59%c. Oats No. 2 white 35%c 35%c No. 3 white 34%c 35%c. Rye No. 1, 67c 68%c No. 2, 67% 70%c. Flax No. 1, $2.35 $2.38. DULUTH RECEIPTS (By the Associated Press) Duluth, Minn., Sept. 23.—Elevator ^. .receipts domestic grain—wheat 500, 92% !!600 bushels corn 23,100 oats 51,300' barley 35,000 rye 386,900 bushels 140'!'(^ jfiax 18,200. Shipments—wheat 115, |600 rye 261,000. Elevator receipts Ibonded grain—wheat 42,800 ship ments, wheat 65,000. Duluth car inspection: Wheat Nos. FOREIGN EXCHANGE (By the Associated Press) ,T New York, Sept. 23.—Foreign ex-'' change firm Great Britain demand 4.411% cables 4.41% 60 day bills on banks 4.39% France demand 7.62 cables 7.62% Italy demand 4.21 fca-. bles 4.21 Belgium demand 7.19% ,12 ember durum and Nos. 1 and 2 dur cables 7.20 Germany demand .07% jum 40 No. 3 ambe'r durum and No. 3 cables .07 3-16 Holland demand durum 16 smutty durum 2 other 38.70 cables 38.77 Norway demand durum 93 Nos. 1 and 2 dark hard 16.87 Sweden demand 26.44 Den- |winter aiid Nos. 1 and 2 hard winter .mark demand 20.87 Switzerland de-, 4 mixed^ 58j smutty^ mixed 5 all mand 18.70 Greece demand .01% Czecho-Slovakia lif Argentine demand 35.37 Brazil de mand 12100 Montreal 1.00. nnd' 2 dark northern and Nos. 1 dnd 2 northern 69 No. 3 dark north ern, and No. 3 northern 22 smutty spri^i^'3 other spring 18 Nos. 1 and 0.87 Switzerland de-14 mixed 68 smutty mixea o, an St. Ph Spain demand 15.3i wheat 330 flax 17 mixed grain 2 2.45 Peland dentand corh 30 oats 11 rye 179 barley 34. lovakia demand 3.15 Alt grains 603 on track 812. rooms, 10o!oa early Ohio ,$1.00 100.54 100.08 100.18 100.M) May yellow ^57% (rj 57%c. Oats" No. 3 white 33%c,@ 34 %. Barley 46c 58c. Rye No. 2, 56 (g 56 %c. Flax No. 1, $2.30 $2.31. Oct. tan. Sept. Oct. KKLP WAMTHF—MALE WANTED—Man and wife to work on farm. Good wages to respon sible party. Call 332-W between 9 and 5 or 638-R mornings and evenings. 9-22-2t. WANTED—Experienced farm hand. One that is good with horses. Wages $50.00 per month. Write No. 459 Tribune. 9-19 1 week. 30 COAL MINERS WANTED^AppIy at High Carbon Lignite Mines, Werner, N. D. 9-2-lmo WANTED—M^n to work by month. steady job. F. Jaszkowiak. 9-18-tf WANTED—Kitchen man. Inquire G. P. Hotel. 9-22-1 WANT$D—Helper at Chocalate Shop. 9-21-lw HELP WA5TED—FEMALE SALESLADY—To sell Complexion Clay. May $9 d^ ly. New success ful Vlan- Need live ,wire take charge each town. No investment, feylvane Complexion Clay Co., 6118 Champlairt Ave., Chicago. 9-23-lt WANTED—Cook and dining room girl. Good wages and long job. M. E. Ruddy, Killdeer, North Dakota. 9-21-i-week. WANTED—Competent girl for gen eral housework. Must be good cook. Phone 587. Mrs. Sam Clark, 36 Ave." A East. _S-25-tf WANTED—Housekeeper by widow er with three children. Permanent place for right party. Write Tri bune 455. 9-15-9t WANTED—Girl for general house work. Mrs. F. A. Knowles, 16 Ave. A. West 'Phone 169-W. 9-21-tf WANTED—Three experienced wait resses at the Annex Cafe. Good wages. Phone 209. 9-20-3t XJh'Tfor general WANTED work. Call Phone 774. POTATOES STEADY (By thc»' Associated Press) Chicago, Sept. 23.—Potatoes stea- 9-23-3 times. dy receipts 37 cars total United i^~.—.— —.— States shipments 1,125 Wisconsin Two furnished light house keeping sacked round whites $1.00 $1.25 rooms. 210-12 st. N. 9-23-lt, 24 cwt. Minnesota and Dakota sacked $1.25 cwt. GRAIN RANGE (By the Associated Press) Chicago, Sept. 23.—• Open. High. Low. Close. WHEAT Sept ...105% 107% 105% Dec, ?.. .105% 107 105% May ....109% 111 109Vs 106% 105% IIP ,• CORN 63% 63% 62% 58% 59% 58% 61% 61% 61% 62% 58% 61^ OATS 39% 36% 38% 39% 39% 39% 37%' 37% 36% 39 39% 38% Sept. Dec.1 "May LARD ..10.80 11.00 10.80 .. 9.20 9.25 9.17 RIBS 11.00 9122 10.50 10.00 MINNEAPOLIS RANGE Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 23. lOpen. 1 High. Low. Close. lOpen. 1 VHEAT Sept. ...106%B 10C'/2 106% 106% Dec. ...106% 107% 106% 106% May ...111 111 109% 110'/» May OATS Defc. ... 32% 32% 31% 31% May ...34 34 33% 33% May RYE Dec. ... 67% 67% 66% 66% May 70V4 70% 69% 69% May BARLEY Dec.' ...51 52 FLAX 51 51% Dec. ...229 229 223 223 May .. 229B 223 May CORN Dec. ..52' 52 house St, or 9-19-lw at 516 2nd WANTED—Girl to help care for children. Mrs. L. A. Schipfer, 4th ••Ave B. 9-22-lw WANTED—School girl or girl for general lidusework. Phone 316. 9-23—1 time. WANTED Competent girl for housework. Mrs. W. E. Lahr. 9-21-3t ROOMS FOR RENT. FOR RENT—Rooms in modern house. Can accommodate four people board of desired. Call at 416 12th St. Phone 441-R. 9-21-lw FOR RTNT—Partly furnished or un furnished rooms, also apartment. Bismarck Business College, Phone 183. 9-21-tf FOR RENT—Furnished room for light house keeping. Call after 7:00 P. M. 722 5th St. Phone 485 R. 9-23-3t. FOR RENT—Furnished room in modern house. Gentleman prefer red. 801 5th St. or phone 242W. 9-23-3t FOR RENT—Furnished modern room, one block from G. P. hotel gentle man preferred, 301 4th St. 9-21-3t FOR RENT—Cozy furnished room in new, all modern dwelling. On ground floor. Call 402-M for ap pointment. 9-21-3't. FOR RENT—Modern room, close-in, two blocks from postoffice, 311 2nd St. Phone call 832-M. 9-21-3t RENT—Modern furnished 218 2nd St. Phone 832R. 9-22-3t FOB RENT—Furnishet) rooms, close in. 212 7th St. Phone 279-R. FftR— WANTED T0_RE?IT WANTED*TORRENT—Modern house or unfurnished apartment. Per manent responsible tenant. Write Tribune No. 4tfl. 9-21-lw DULUTH CLOSING CASH (By the Associated Press) Duluth, Minn. Sept. 23.—Closing cash prices:' Wheat No. 1 dark nor thern fancy $1.20% 51.28% No. 1 dark $1.16% $1.18% No. 1 dark arrive $1.-14% $1.15% No. 2 dark northern medium to fancy $1.10% $1.19% No. 3 dark northern me dium to fancy $.1.08% $1.16% No. 1 northern $1 12% $1.16% No. 2 n'Ortehj-n $1 08% $1.12% No. 1 amber durum $1.03 $1.07 No. 2 amber durum $1.01 $1.06 No. 2 amber arrive September, 99c No. 1 durum 92c No. 2 durum 90c No. 1 mixed durum 91c $1.04 No. 2 mix ed durum 89c $1.03 No. 2 mixed arrive September 88c No. 1 red dur um 89c. Flaxseed on track $2.36% $2.37 arrive $2.31 September $2.35% bid October $2.30 November $2.26 December $2.19% bid. Oats No. 3 white track and arrive 33%c 34 %c. No. 1 rye track 69% arrive September 69%c arrive 69%c bar ley 47c 59c. Corn No. 2 yellow 61%c No. 3 yellow 60%c No. 2 mix ed 60%c No. 3 mixed 59%c. FLOUR UNCHANGED »By the Associated Press) Minneapolis, Sept. 23.—Flour un changed at $6.80 $6.85. Shipments 83,150. Bran unchanged at $19.00. TUEM I S'BOSE IBANSPAQEttT MEANS A CROSS* FKRBMT? BY BLOSSER POSITION WANTED. WORK WANTED—Lady wishes po sition as housekeeper. Call at 406 15th St. 9-22-lw Experienced bookkeeper wants posi tion. Write No. 400 Tribune.. 9-22-3t. WOBK ffANTED WANTED—Married couple wants farm ready furnished, or will care for stock through the winter. Write R. I., Box 57, Woodworth, N. D. 9-22-31 SALESMAN. SALESMEN WANTED by old estab lished and reliable firm, manufac turing exclusive and copyright line of calendars, fans and blot ters for advertising. Complete line leather goods, signs and spec ialties. One .'of the" strongest and most up-to-the-minute lines in the industry. Liberal commission and exclusive territory contracts now being arranged for the balance of this year and for 1923. Exper ience in this line not necessary but applicant must be able to prove successful sales record. Give age and business references to' re ceive consideration. Address Mer chants Publishing Co., Kalamazoo, Mich." 9-23-lt. WFTRE YOU EVER OFFERED A GROCERY STORE ?-You can han dle sugar, flour, canned goods, dried fruit, coffee and ent're iinc of groceries, as well as paints, roofing, aluminum ware and auto mobile oil's, with no rent to pay no' money invested. Take large or ders from samples. Goods are guaranteed and proven quality. Selling experience not necessary., Steady, profitable work for "work em." Address Hitchcock-Hill Co., Dept. 164, Chicago, 111. Reference. Any bank or express company. ___ 9-23-lt COAL. AGENCY~0PP0RTUNITY" $100,000 long establshed, successful wholesale coal corporation making all shipments direct from mines at lowest prices offers exclusive agency. Experience unnecessary. Limited capital essential to meet our requirements. Money making possibilities absolutely without limit. BOYLSTON COAL CO., 3680 So., Racine Ave., Chicago. 9-23-lt. SALESMEN WANTED—Oyster sales man, exclusive territory. Commis sion on repeat orders. Well estab lished Give full particulars, refer ences and territory wanted. The National Packing Company, Balti more, Md. 9-23-lt LIVE SALESMEN can earn big money, selling our popular price line Men's Fall Clothing direct to consumer. Local territory open. Write for information. Ilauger Martin Co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 9-23-lt. SALESBOARD SALESMEN— One hundred new classy salesboard as sortments just out hot peanut machines, etc.: Collect as you go. Iowa Novelty Co., Mullin Bldg., Ce dar Rapids, la. 9-23-lt. AGENTS WANTED NO DULL TIMES SELLING FOOD— People must eat. Federal distribu tors make big money $3,000 yearly and up No capital or experience needed. Free advertising, guaran teed sales unsold good:* may be returned. Your name on packages builds your own business. Free samples and cook book to custom ers. Repeat orders 6ure: Exclu sive territory. Ask now! Federal Pure Food Co., 2309 Archer, Chi cago. 9-23-lt AGENTS WANTED—High grade specialty men for PATENTED CHECK PROTECTOR FOUNTAIN PEN guaranteed five years. Every body who writes is good prospect for this pen. Agents everywhere average daily $15.00. KRITIKSON BROS. INC., 122 West Illinois Street, Chicago. 9-23-lt. AGENTS WANTED—To sell the fin est all-wool tailored-to-measui sui(Y at $21.50 and up, which in cludes a good profit for you. You get' your profits in advance. Fall samples now ready. Special propo sition to men writing immediately John Bond Tailoring Co., Denver, Colorado, 9-2H-30-10-7 PERSONAL. PUKE HONEY—Delicious white clov er and basswood—5-lb. pail, $1.25 10 lbs., $2.25. Postpaid to 3rd zone. Hosie Honey Farm, Richland Cen ter, Wis. 9-23-lt FO» SA:J2 OR RENT HOUSES AND FLATS. FOR SALE—Apartment house con sisting of four apartments. All modern. Fine Vocation, easy to rent. A good money maker. Also part modern 5-room house in east end of city. Part cash and terms to right parties. Call 213-M be tween 5-p. m. and 7 p. m. for ap pointment. 9-12-2w FOR SALEr—Recently built house, four real rooms and bath, full basement, screened in porch, shade and fruit trees, warm air heat, this house is absolutely modern and one of the best built in the city. Terms to right party. Phone 28W, 8v» or 737R. 8-21-tf FOR RENT—Oct. 1st,, large modern house, well equipped for renting rooms. Some furniture. Will sell or rent to party renting house. Rc-nt reasonable to right party. Write Tribune 463. 9-23-3t 1 LAND FOR SALE—A bargain. A section of land in North Dakota about 8 'miles from main line of Milwau kee R. R. About 115 acres culti vated and more can be cultivated thereon Suitable for farming and stock purposes. Same subject to reservations of R. R. Co., as to minerals etc. This is not rough section. This is offered at, the very low price of $9 per acre. Geo. M. Register, 9-19-1 week. FOR SALE 6r TRADE—A section of land in Dunn County. Write Tribune No. 462. 9-22-1m LOST LOST—Pair of dark shell rimmed glasses on pageant grounds Mon day evening. Finder pleases retitw to Tribune office or 608 3rd St. Re ward. ,9-21-8t MISCELLANEOUS. HEMSTITCHING & Picoting Attach ment superior device fits" any sewng machne attaches fitntiy easily adjusted price $3.00 deliver ed with complete instructions and samples of work. Orders lUl.ed promptly. Superior Hemstitching Corpus Christi, Texas. 9-23-lt FOR SALE—Dressers, beds, library table, chairs and numerous ,other articles of furniture, also cobking utensils. Cheap if taken at once. Call at the Dunraven. 212-3rd St. Phone_356. 9-22-lwk. VOICE ~OR EXPRESSION—Class work begins Monday, Sept. 25. Chil dren 4:15 p. m. Evening 7:30 p. jii. Miss Rudge, 418i7th St. Phone 844.T 9-22-3t TENANTS WANT E D—For some good improved farms, large and small. Good locations, good terms Inquire of City National bank, or Frank Barnes, Agent. 9-18-lw REWARD Collie "dog, about ~U months old. Answers to name "Junior." Reward for information to Sam H. Clark. 9-22-lit FOR SALE—Green tomatoes for chow-chow 30c peck 55c one half bushel $1.00 bnshel. Phone 243 or call at 423 3rd St. 9-23-3t. FOR SALE—Reasonable, reversible, reed baby carriage. Phone 275-M. 514 1st St. 9-23-3t FOR SALE—Household goods, all in good shape. 208 Thayer. Phone 464J. 9-2Q-4t WANTED—Reliable party to care fot 13 months old baby boy. Cul' £36-vV. 9-21-3t FOR SALE—Second hand 9x12"Wil ton rug. Call at Sanders Electric Shop. 9-23-3t. FOR RENT—First class garage. 601-7th St. Call 682. 9-22-n. MfTO O BIT. RSi-IK OTO Kf.Yt LE 8 FOR SALE—My Ford sedan, practi cally new with all latest acces sories attuched Invite inspection. Terms considered. II. L. Reade, 412 Rosser. Phone 2!!9. 9-22-lw FOR SALE—Seven passenger, six cylinder Studebaker, good battery and five good tires, has had best of care, for sale cheap, or trade for Ford. H. Ward, Baldwin, N. D. 9-22-4t LOTS FOB SALE FOR SALE—75 foot corner lot on Seventh street and Avenue E. Very reasonable at $750. Also a 10 acre suburban place. Good buildings, water and a good place for chickens. Can be cut into lots and would be a good investmen for the future. About thirteen blocks from school. Write No 450 Tribune. 9-1-lmo BUSINESS OUNCES WANTED—One of Chicago's old sub stantial corporations has opening for capable man to open office and manage salesmen. High class de vices for which there is extraor dinary demand everywhere. Bin money making possibilities for the right man. $500 to $2,000 neces sary to finance exclusive agency. Will pay expense of trip to Chi cago for the man we select. Sales Manager, 112 N. May St., Chicago 9-23-1V R. S. ENGE, D. C. Ph. C. Chiropractor Consultation Free Suite 9, It Lucas Block Phone 260 Northern Pacific Men Wanted At rates prescribed by the United States Labor Board as follows: Machinists, 70c per hour. Blacksmiths, 70c to 80c per hour. Boilermakers, 70c per hour. Freight Carmen, G3c per hour. Apply to any round house or Shop, or to W. E. Berner, Super intendent Northern Pacific Rail way, Jamestown, N. D. GOOD BUYS Six room modern bungalow—Hot water heat, full basement, hard wood floors, graded lot, trees, nidewalk and paving. I'.ivervlew. Can he completed in two weeks. This house has threp sood bed rooms. Purchase price $6,000.00. Part cash. Confectionery Store—Good location, large trade. A real opportunity for the right party. Small cash payment required. Five Room Modern Bungalow—Hi,c water heat, full basement, par age in basement, hardwood Riverview. Purchase price $5,800. Five Room Modern Bungalow, close to down town, full basement, tui nace heat, garage, large rooms and closets. Purchase price $4, 500. Terms. Six Room Modern House under construction—Oak floors, full basement, furnace heat. South front, fine location. Kiverview. The house will be ready for oc cupancy ahout October 1st. Pur chase price $5,250. Five Room Modern Bungrlow. Kast Knd—Large rooms, good location, near school, furnace heat. Pur chase price $3,200. Riverview Lets for Sale Hedden Real Estate Agency Webb Block Phone '0'