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4 on. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3,1922 MEASE ON (By #hfi Associated Press) Chicago, Oct. 3.—Uneasiness re garding a possible unfavorable out come of peace conferences between the Turks ami the allies, led to high er prices in the wheat market today Oats started Subsequently, the market eased off, influenced more or less-by bear ish estimates of the Canad|«n y'old jand.. of world imoort requirements, out the effect failed to last." "The close was firm, to 1% cents net higher, with December $1.06-to'$1.0G %, and May $1.08%' to $1.03%. were regisixreu New Jersey, S I •x ^*S5'i2!3frtSSS,iS2 also were bought at higher prices. Strength of American Express which moved up 4 points was one of the features of the specialty list. Gen eral Asphalt and Pierce Oil, prefer red, were heavy. Prices continued their upward trend during the morning. The bid ding up of several specialties to new %high records indicated active resump tion of pool operations, which ap parently'was influenced by the bet ter tone of foreign and domestic news and. the prospects for easier money rates. Uncovering of a few weak spots, such as Crucible, Repub lic and Midvale Steels .and United Retail Stores, failed to halt the ad vance elsewhere. The extent of cover ing operations indicated that there had been a pubstantial increase in the short interests during the past two weeks. Kresge and American Ra diator were among the stocks to break through for new high records the former gaining 8% points and the latter 4f National Biscuit ex tended its gain to 8 points and Lack awanna railroad touched 139, up four points. Call money opened and rpr newed at 4% percent. Absorption of high priced stocks was so confident during the aftet- TT News of the Markets DOINGS OF THE DUFFS vwwr DoYou CAM I REAP? SOO JUJT UK*. TO DOSS ME THAT'S Att! SOO TUIMK PM STJIX A iO"2-,ao!~ W "TUAT SMEW SW TAG SETS FoC CHOCOLATE CA52AWEIS v: V" n'qohT that the bears became appre hensive -over their position and de sisted from trying to uncover weak spots.' Steels rallied easily when pressure was removed. Standard Oil shares were buoyant. Seasoned dftri*' dend paying rallro&ds were in great er demand. Standard Oil of New Jer sey, mounted six, points, Standard Gill qf Cajifprnia five and Associated Oil 4%', 'General American Tank -4, "Soo" 3%, Louisville and Nashville and Stromberg S, and Norfolk and Western Delaware and Hudson At lantic Coast Line Chesapeake an'd Ql^io American Tobacco 8, Chicago Pneumatic Tool, American Hide and Leather, preferred, General Electric and American-Beet Sugar 2 to 2% daring the early dealings. The fact |Otjs Elevator developed weakness that the Canadian visible supply es™?y.shing showed a decrease notwithstanding. falling to five points under yester big receipts which was a farther. Exportors were said to be after $4.50 few best COWB up to $5.0Q corn, ar.d bullish crop estimates con- best-heifers'$6.6© or higher cannets tinued to stimulate general buying, and cutters $2.25 $3.25 bologna: The close was firm, to l%c net balls $3.00: ®_|4.00 stpekers and' h"'lier. with December GIVic, Wheat' No. 2 hard $1.07. Corn No. 2 mixed 06c 67c No. 2 yellow 66c 67%c. Oats No. 2 white 41c 43c No. 3 white 40c 41%c. Rye No. 2, 70% 7L%c. Barley 58c 65c. Timothy seed $5.00 $6.25. Clover seed $13.00 $17.00. Pork nominal. Lard $11.20. Ribs $11.00 $12.00. NEWS OP WALL STREET (By the Associated Press) New York, Oct. 3.—The rapid ad vance in oil shares which ranged 'from 1 to 4 points, featured the strong opening of today's stock'(mar ket. Standard Oil of California. ^as pushed up 4 points to a new nign ior( Assoc.ated ew high of 573, a net gain of li points. Rails also were in good de mand, New York, Chicago & St. Lou is/^ first preferred, mounting two points to a new high, and Lackawan 1 1* UIAU A# t)lA VOill v.„ a _a new high price, l}os®- bullish influence. It was also a sob-. ,rj'e buying movement was extend ject of comment that Lhfcrp'ool quo- ed to new groufcs during the after tations were showing more firmness^ noon, copper and can issues being bid than had been tooked for. The open- up sharply, as were somie of the low ing here, was varied from to %c priced rails, oils and rubbers. The higher, with December, $134% to closing was strong. $1.05% and May $1.08% to $1.08%,! Foreign dispatches, indicating a v. was followed by' slight additional peaceful settlement of theNear East gain's. problems, combined with favorable Corn and oats displayed independ- domestic hews, furnished the impetus ent strength, offerings being small for another advance in prices in to and demand good. After opening %c day's strong market. Resumption of to Mc higher, December 60%c to 60 activity on the part of pools resulted V* c, the ctyn market scored a little in several special stocks being pusli further advance. ed up to new higK records -for the %c to %c %c high- year, High priced railroad and induc er, pecember 37%c, and later con- trial scares were-most'in demand, tinued to ascend. Absence of any pressure to sell tended to uphold the provision mar ket, despite lower' ho,? values. with the Standard Oil issues fore most in the rise. Sales approximated nearly 1,000,000 shares. SOUTH, ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK "(By the Associated Pres South'St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 3.— Cattle receipts 4,700 market drag •gy, generally steady to weak com- 1 m'on arid medium beef steers $5:00 $8.50 bulk under $6.50 grasB.fat cows and heifes largely $2.25 I feeders $3.50 $7.50 bulk $4.50 $6.50. Calves receipts 1,800 market uneven, steady to 50c lower best lights largely $9.50 $9.75. Hogs receipts 10^)00 weak to 25c lower range $7.00 $9.50 bulk lighter weights $9.50 bulk packing sows $7:25 $7.50 good pigs $9.25 few 140 to 160 pound feeders $9.60. Sheep receipts 1,500 market about steady: bulk qf fat' lambs $12.75 few ewes to packers $3.00 $5.50 some to breeders $5.75 $6.75 or better. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK (By the Associated Press) Chicago, Oct. 3.—Cattle receipts 13,000 strictly good and choice na tive steers arid yearlings strong to for higher lower grades 'slow, about ea_iv *OD matured beef steers 4& bu „in a new high of 573, a net. gain jf IS jk O and Mex |n beef steers $9.50 —.... 2 and yea, ca,ves steady ,can Petroleum. On the curb market stockers andl1'^4"- Standard^ Oil New "JJ feeders -about steady bulk bolognat P''ces according to quality points to 565 and then soared to kiil]c ar.n„nli iA nn. Klllv Koof of is bulls around $4.00 bulk beef cows! aemana was Q0 stockera r^ 7— __ and feeders $6.25 $7.25. Hogs\re ceipts 26,000 very slow, generally 25c lower spots off more bulk 180 to 240 pound averages $9.75 $10.00 1 ,• •!_ nf thp vear tt) «4U poilna AVcr&gcs iO \gt fiu.w na duplicating its top $10.10 250 to 30® pound butch •established" new'nSk DriL on »!crs mostly $9.60 @-$9.90 bulk pack a new peak price on 80WS $7.50 $8.10 pigs dull, $9.75 packing sows, smooth $7.50 3. $8.30 packing sows, rough $7.00 $7.60 killing pigs $8.50 $9.25, Sheep receipts 20,000 best fat lambs opening about steady in-between ening about steady eight $14.65 three doubles $14.75. i'sloWyJ FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS THE OLD HOME TOWN W I "TOt) NEED AWAtRCUT SHAVE \$wfTbMARRrTHB ORESSMAJCE 2 amber durum itnTNos. and 2 dur um 83 No 3 anber durum arid No. 3 durum 24 smutty durum 7 other, durum 113 Nos. 1 and 2 dark hard winter and 'No's. 15£nd' 2 hard wijiier 1 mixed 115 smtitty. mixed 12 all wheat 477 flax mixed grain 3 corn 24 -oats 6 rye 211 barley 3. All grains 807 on track 425. CASH WHEAT UNSETTLED (By the Aslociated Press) Minneapolis, Oct. 3.—Cash wheat was still unsettled today but the trend was upward. Receipts contin ued liberal. In general the market ipras firm and scattered sales were higher. Durum wheat was about stea dy. Winter wheat demand was fairly active and offerings were moderate. Corn demand and offerings were LocaJ. interests paid better moderate. Rye demand was better with seven elevator companies edging their bids up a quarter of a cent. Barley prices were all firm'and some sales were made at a cent ad vance. Flax offerings were fairly heavy, competition between^ crushers put premiums up a cent on'the average. POTATOES STEADY (By the Associated' Press) Duluth car inspection: Wheat Nos. (By the Associated Press) 1 and 2 dark northern and Nos. 11 Duluth, Minn. Oct. 3.—The market and 2 northern 93 No. 3 dark north- was strong at the clojie. October em and No. 3 northern 23 smutty wheat closed %c up^at $1.02% ^id spring 1 other spring 8 Nos. 1 and November %c up at $1.02% hominal- tlCLK4,t UNOegSTMoW i..« Villain UiA A grades natives dull tending lower Chicago, Oct. 3.—Potatoes steady choice Idaho lambs $14.40 with six receipts 101 cars total ./U.S. ship hundred outside natives bid $13.75 nients ^110 Wisconsin-Minrtesota bulk around $13.00 $13.50 native white 85c$1.00 cwt. bulk 75c No. 3 dark northern $1.06% Dec. quality running plain sheep gener- cwt. sacked Red River Ohios 85c' $1.07% No. 5 dark northern 97%c May ally steady fat heavy and strong $100 cwt. bulk'Red River 80c No. 1 dark hard winter $1.00% weight ewes mostly $3.5Q $5.25 90c cwt. Sandland Ohios bulk 75c $1.11 No. 2 amber durum 94%c good handy weight $6.25 good feed 85c cwt, wethers hid $7.50 feeding lambs op- cars LIBERTY BONDS (By the Associated' Press) New York, Oct. 3—Liberty 'bonds at 1 p. m.: 3%'s $100.62 100.22 99.80 99.84 DULUTH RECEIPTS (By the Associated Press) Duluth, Minn., Oct. 3.—Elevator First 4%'s receipts ^domestic 'grain—wheat 640,* Second 4% 800, bushels corn 47 200 bushels Third 4%'s oats 24,100 barley 74,600 rye. 422,- Fourth 4%'s 100.00 600 flax 82,500. Shipments—wheat 4% uncalled 100.44 571,300 bushels rye 250,000. Elevator 4% called luu.id receipts: bonded grain—wheat 7,300. bushels barley 1,700 rye 1,700. DULUTH GRAIN AMO VllLMe HAO A 11 OH,IT WASHY. tmruB. Yiwr-vwrrfc J\ynsH stRioud! rrAii. Awrf .—J 1 fi OWMOM!-' TAGS cwoclut G&MEIS ASA1M'. Bwims MOUSE TO WlE, pcecuLEs: miWHA THp USE NBW vly Oats I demand was very strong wit veiy strong with eleva- tors buying in to cover short sales Wlt), eXp0rt trade. Offerings were December unchanged at $1.03 nominally. October durum closed %c Up at 86% November cent up at 87 cents asked -December %c up at WWff*hd May %c up at 90%c. Spof 'rye closed cent up at 65% October cent up at 65% bid De cember 1 cent up at 66c atid May %c up at 70c. Spot oats closed l%c up at 36c barley unchanged at from 46c to 58c No. 2 yellow corn up at 62% and No. 2 mixed corn 1% up at 62%c. 1 Flaxseed market turned strong in spite of heavy offerings. Crushers were in the market. October closed 2%c up at $2.23% November 2%c up at $2.23% bid December 3 cents up at $2.20% May unchanged at $2.24 asked. POTATOES MODERATE (By the Associated Press) Minneapolis, Oct. 3.—Potatoe^mo derate wire inquiry, demand moder ate, movement light, market weak, prices lower. Sandland district car loads f. 0. b. usual terms, Minnea polis-St. Paul rate, sacked cwt. eajly Ohios partly graded 75c. Sacked cf*t. partly graded round whites 75c dp 8)c, mostly 75c Red River Valley points carloads f. o. b. usual terms, Moorhead rhte sacked cwt. partly graded Red River Ohios 70c 75^ mostly ,75c. MINNEAPOLIS RANGE (By the Associated Press) Minneapolis, Oct. 3.—Range of re presentative cash sales: Wheat No. 1 dark..northern $1.10% $1.19% No. 2 dark northern $1.02% $1.14 No. 3 dark northern $1.06% 97%c No. 1 durum 86c No. 1 mixed durum 81c 91%c No. 2 mixed du rum 82% No. 1 mixed wheat $1.07 $1.12% No. 2 mixed wheat 88%c $1.01. Barley sample grade 47c 56%c No. 2, 56c 58c No. 3, 55c 57c No. 4, 51%c 54c. Corn No. 1 yellow 58%c 59c No. 1 mixed 57%c 58%c oats No. 2 white 36 %c 37%c No. 3 white 35c 35% rye No. 1, 65%c 65%c No. 2, 65c. Flax No. 1, $2.21% $2.26%. DULUTH CLOSING (By the Associated Press) Duluth, Minn., Oct. 3.—Closing cash prices: Wheat No. 1 dark nor thern $1.10% $1.12% No. 1 dark northern arrive $1.10% No. 1 amber durum 98% $1.01% No. 2 amber Wonder What Book It Is BYSTANLEY JIM- mm HUH-THERE3 TO'OLp ioAFEK -i-m .VH' no-no I SAY PURTY STAWJSf durum 96% 99%c arrive 94%c No. 1 durum 86% No. 2 durum 84% No. 1 mixed durum 85% 98% No. 2 mixed durum 83%c 96% Aio. 2 mixed arrive 82%c No. 1 red 'durum 82%c. Flaxseed on track and arrive $2.23% $2.24% October $2.23% November $2.23% bid De cember $2.20% May $2.24 asked. Oats No. 3 white track and arrive 36c %c. No. 1 rye track and ar rive 65 %c. Barley 46c 58c. Corn No. 2 yellow and all others, blank. t_ j. GRAIN RANGE (By the Associated Press) Chicago,'Qcfe 3.— 1' Operiv High. Low. Close. 'WHEAT Dec 104% 106% May 108%' 108% $ CORN Peo 60% 61% May .... 62% 62% 104% 107% Dec* 1... 37% 39 JSIay, .... Dec.?' May I vfesvees SOMCTHMtf OVSPA 900^ WM4V IT? If No One Would Know Mtl/MFBOM 1 GocOSCtACiouS, IAS.') OONfTNw umN IP CANdy YOU'LL yowa SUmacw? & 106 108% 60% 62% 61% 62% OATS 37% 38% 38% 39 I38% 39% LARD .11/.20 ,11.20 Oct. tan. 11.10 11.10 9.12 RIBS 10.37 MINNEAPOUS RANGE (By the Associated P^ess) Minneapolis, Oct. 3.—, 9' Open. High. WHEAT Low. Close. ....104% 105% ....107% 108% OATS ..., 33% 34 .... 33% 34% DecL May 104H 105% 107% 108% 33% 33% 33% 34% RYE ....64 64 .... 67% 67% BARLEY .... 49% 50% Dec. 63% 64 66% 67 49% 50',6 FLAX Dec« May ....220 223 4...221B 225 CORN ... 53% ec. 220 220% 221 225 54 FLOUR UNCHANGED Minneapolis, Oct. 3.—Flour un changed t6 15 cents lower. In car load lots, family patents, quoted at 6.4B' a 6.65 a "barrel,' ity 98 pound cotton sacks. Shipments 130,943 barrels. Bran 19.00 a 20.00. FOREIGN EXCHANGE 1 (By the Associated Press) New York, Oct. 3.—Foreign ex change steady Great Britain denutM 4.39% cables 4.39% sixty day bills muc« IEr HE 8EC IT THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE PAGE SEVEN on banks $4.37% France demand 7.57 cables 7.58 Italy demand 4.26 MILL CITY'KECEtPTS (By the Associated'Press) Minneapolis, Oct. 8 —Wheat re ceipts 561 cars compare^ with .430 cars a year ago. Cash No. 1 northern $1.06% $1.12% December $1.05% May $1.08%. Corn Nol 3 yellow 58c 58%c. Oats No. 3 white 35%c 37%c. Barley 46c 58c. Rye No. 2, 65c 65%c. Flax No. 1, $2.27%. cables 4.26% *^belgium demand 7.11 cables 7.12 Germany demand .05 cables .05% Holland demand 38.64 cables 38.70 Norway demand 17.50 Sweden demand 26.40 Den mark demand 20.48 Switzerland de mand 18.65 Spain "demand 15.13 Greece demand 2.75 Poland demand 1.01% Czecho-Slovakia demand 8.09 Argentine demand- .36.50' Brazil de mand 11.65 Montreal 99 13-16. CALL MONEY (By the Associated Press) New York^ Oct. 3.—Call money easier higher 4%, low 4% ruling rate 4%. Time loans firm mixed col lateeral 60-90 days 4% 4% six months 4% 5. Prime commercial paper 4% 4%. BISMARCK GRAIN (Furnished by Russell-Miller jSismarck*, Oct. 3, 1922. No. 1 dark northern No.^ spring No. 1 amber durum No. .1 mixed durum No. 1 red durum No. 1 flax No. 2-flax No. 2 rye .......... i......... Co.) 1.92 1.S7 .47 $35,000 FIRE LOSS CAUSED BY GAS STOVE Sentinel Butte, N. D., Oct. 2.-^ Fire caused a loss of about $35,000 here Sunday at noon, and for a time threatened the destruction of the entire bftuneks district bf the city. Local fir^nfighte^s, aidetf by mem-' bers of the Beach fire department, prvented' the spread^jOf^'the flames. The fire destyo^id ti ,aV''building owned by the Sentinel Butte Sadd lery company, and Occupied by the John Gradin shoe shop and Harry Watson's Cafe the First National bank building, the Sentinel Butte Supply company building, and a vacant building owned by Clyde Hiland. The E. C. Best merchantile was protected by the insurance. All the others were well insured. The First National Bank, Harris Meat Market and the Sentinel Butte Saddlery Company were the other buildings destroyed. FAIR PRICES FOR COAL IN OHIO FIXED (By the Associated Press) Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 3.—Fair pri ces for Ohio coal will range from $3.56 to $4.86 a ton at the mines un der the emergency fuel law recently enacted at the request of Governor Davis, and will become effective Oc tober 10, it was announced today at the- governor's office.' Seventy-five to eighty percent of coal mines in the state, under the schedule of prices, prepared by Fuel Administrator Neal, and approved today by Davis, will be limited in. price to $3.56 and $3.75 a ton, it was said. The schedule provides that .25 cents more,a ton may be charged for lump coal,' and' 25 cents less for slack. Human teaiu contain a^temark able substance which has the power of Killing' microbe^, BYAlLMAN /MJ.IDONPT CARB-nrvooNTr cio'mes'oKJ Yoi/u. UAve-T*' WMf rmidMEp.ir BY BLOSSER vgrtuAKV HELP WANTED—MALI WANTED Steam Engitieer-Tipple man capable of «/ecting smjll tip ple also installing and operating Ottumwa Steam Loader.' Perman ent position af Garrison. Stevens, Bros., St. Paul, Minn. 10-2-1 MAN AND WIFE would like to take care of farm for the winter. Good reliable couplef. Write Mrs. Sadie Smith, general delivery. 10-2-3t WANTED—A bushelman. Barbies Dry Cleaning and Dye Works. 9-27-lw HELP WANTED—FEMALE WANTED—Teachers with good moral characters holding second elemen tary certificates, paying $85 and $95 per month. Write P. F. Peter son, Baldwin, N. Dak., at once. 10-3-lt ^WANTED—Experienced stenogiViph er, law office st*ye salary expected. Write No. 469 Triune Co. 10-2-lw WANTED—Girl for general house work. Applf 808 7th St. 10-3-7t .96 .!)1 .74' .62 .57 POSITION WANTED. WISHES TO MAKE~CHANGE—Ex perienced retail clothing and fur nishing's salesman wishes to make a changes-address P. O. Box 231. Bismarck, N.fp., 9-29-lw FOR S'A:.2 OR RENT HOUSES AND FLATS. FOR SALE—Eight-room house, near high school, fully modern, hot water heat very fine lot. Reason able terms. Address N. 821 4th St. Phone 384W. 9-27-lw FOR SALE—House of eight rooms, full basement/ screened in porch A good house in good shape.'Make me ail offer, will sell during next fivie day\3 to highest bidder terms Vepa Pauley, 1014 11th St. 9-30-3t FOR SALE' Nine-room modern house, including five bed-rooms, well situated,, close-in, front porch 1 Fire originated from a gas stove in the supply company's store, and had made big headway when dis covered. Several times the A. L. Martin hotel •building, located acrafes the street from the burned area, was afire, but it was saved. OPEN FOR BUSINESS Information received here today from Sentinel Butte advised that all four business houses, burned out in the $35,000 fire here Sunday, have secured new quarters and have opened for business here today. screefled- ifr/i tUXt .lascmcnt, east front,"hardwood floors, down-stairs and mostly hardwood floors up stairs, trees, for $4,600, on terms. Geo. M. Register. 10-3-lw FOR SALE—Six-room modern house, including three bedrooms situated close in for $3,000, on terms 6 room modern nouse, including three bedrooms, well located, hot watec heat, for $4,600, on terms 7-room modern house, including three bed-roomfc, on car line for $4,200, on terras 5-room pia^tly modern house, situate close in, for $1,900, on terms, a soldier's bonus might be accepted for the down payment 2-room partly modern house for $1,000, on good terms. Geo. M. Register. 9-27-lw LOST LOST—Brown leather suitcase. Pro bably at Tourist'Camp. Initials C. C. S. on end. Notify Police Dept. Reward. Owner: Chas Sylvester. Home address: River Falls, Wis. 9-30-2t LOST—Bill pocket book, containing diamoqd ring, gold piece, two cur rency bill. Liberal reward given on return to Bismarck Tribune. 10-2-3t LOST—White collie dog, 11-2 jfiiara old one brown cheek. Please no tify Mrs. N, O. Ramstad, 824 Fourth St. 10-2-3t LOST—Registered nurses pin of Min nesota. Leave lit Tribune for re ward. 10-2-3t LOST—Brown silk sweated sash with tassels. Rewafrl. -Jhonq, 685-R. 19-2-2t LOTS FPU SALE 1 FOR SALE—75 foot corner lot on Seventh street and Avenue Ver^ reasonable at $750. Also a W aero suburban place. Good Vuildings, 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 FOR SALE—The' 50-foot corner lot at southwest corner of First and Thayer streets, east front, close in, one of finest building lots in city, trees, fine .site for a hand some home or for an apartment house. Geo. M. Register. 10-3-lw LAND FOR SALE—A bargain.. A section of land in North' Dakota, about 8 miles from main line of Milwau kee R. R. About J15 acres of culti vated and more can be cultivated thereon. Suitable for farming and stock purposes. Same subject to reservations of R. R. Co., as to niinerals, etc. This is not a rough section. This is offered fet the very low price of $9 per acre. Geo. M. Register. Tribune No. 462. 9-29-lw FOR SALE—Burleigh county, 61-2 miles from town. Improved farm of 350 acres. Good house and barns, wind mill, fenced, 50 acrejs. of tim ber Fifty head of cattle hogs and horses, corn and machinery. A real bargain. Price for all, only $9,000. Cash only $2,000. Easy terms. J. H. Holihan. 9-30-3t FOR SALE OR TRADE—A section of land it} Dunn County. Write 9-22-1m FOR RENT—1-4 Section hay land. Apple Creek Sec. 16. Call 647. 9-30-3t WANTED TO BENT WANTED—By young couple without children, four or five-room upper duplex or flax, October 15th or November 1st With or without heat. Will give references. Write Tribune 466. 9-29-lw The first gas street-lamps are said to have been used in London in 1802. For First Class SHOE REPAIRING Go to the Bismarck Shoe Hospital 411 Broadway CHANCES FOR SALE—The Sweet Shop's per sonal property located at 404^ Main Street next to WoolwortK' Store' in Bismarck, consisting in.— part of stock of goods on 'handy fixtures soda fountain, candy cases, tabl'es, chairs, 1 big cigar case, 2 china cases, ice cream manufacturing outfit, complete outfit for making lunches' and numerous other articles at reason able price on terms. Gec£ M. Register. 9-28-lwk. ROOMS FOR RENT. FOR RENT—-Two-room furnished apartment' fo» light housekeeping^ in modern private home, 501 3rd St. Phone 972-R: 10-2-'}fc FOR RENT—Two room apartment W:ith small kitchenette, modern,.: close in. Call at 523 6th St. 10-3-3t FOR RENT—Four or two modern furnished rooms for light housc. keeping. Phone*241J or calf 418 1st Street. 9-29-lw FOR RENT—-Room in modern house, suitable for one or two. Reason able rent. 323 Park Ave. Phone 676J. _____ 9-27-lw FOR RENT—Partly furnished orun-r... furnished rooms, also apaiftment. Bismarck Business College, Phone 183. ip-3tf-r FOR RENT—Two steam heated rooms in modern house across from. Post Office, 208 3rd St. Call 885. 10-3-.°,t. FOR RENT—Furnished Rooms' for light housekeeping. Call after 7 p. m. Phone 483R. 722 5th St. 'if ...f 9-30-3t FOR RENT—Furnished roomiT for light housekeeping on first floor. Phone 278R. 708 Main St. 9-27-lw FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms in modern house. 306 Mandarf:Ave. Phone 262J. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished »inodr. em rooms, board if desirod, 4t?: Main St Phone 1066. 9-29-lw FOR RENT'—Furnished room in 'iiiocl em house. Gentleman preferred. 801 5th St. or 242-W. 9^0-3fc FOR RENT Large rooms with housekeeping privileges. Writs No. 467," car£ Tribune. 9-?0-3t FOR RENT—Ojne furnished roojji for light housekeeping, 411 5tlP St. Phpne 273. 10:2-l\v FOR RENT—Furnished room. «£ast— front. Nice location. 706-6th St 9-26-9t. FOR RENT—Large furnished room." Close in. 212 2nd St. Phone 279R. 10-3-3t FOR RENT—Large front loom, iftuit able for two, 4l9 7th St. .lff-^-lw FOR RENT—Rooms in modern home, 223 12th St. r-30-3t AUTOMOBILES—MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE1—1 light truck, cord tires, in good condition. Price right. 1 C-horse steam boiler, 1 E" \irude 2-cyfinder boat engine, 1 metal boat. Inquire of C. W Henzler 812, Rosser St. -5-^-lw FOR SALE—New Chevrolet Coupe •*:, for the price of a Ford. Save the difference. Car at Oorwin'srGar age for inspection. Phone 356.' Ad dress Box 298, Bismarck. 10-2-lw MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE—Furniture, beds, bed ding, dinning table, chairs, rock ers,Maytag Washing machine, iiugs,.r Sewing machine, Oil heater, Two Feather beds and pillows, cooking— utensls and many other housed hold articles too numerous^ to_/ mention. Also Royal typewriter,"" small Winchester rifle. S17'-8th. Street. Phone 457M 9-26-2wks. FOR SALE—Must go this week.' All new, One set of wicker (or fibre) furniture, settee, rocker, chair and stand (cost $236), price, $125. Will sell separate. Buffet ($35), .price $20. Library table, oak ($50), jprice $25. Refrigerator, 60-pound J3ipa-"--' city ($44), price, $25. Call at once" at 1011 5th St., or phone 1042^ J. M. Taylor. 10-2-lw FOR SALE—Iron bed, spring, mat-_-!i tress, small dresser, rocker, two"" tables, fumed oak typewriter desk. with chair, dictionary and stand,-— at reasonable price. Call after 3. o'clock, 614 8th street. 10-3-3tj£^ WANTED—Lessons in Gregg short and. By two pupils. Two leijsor."' each week. Address Tribune No. 470. 10-3-2t FOR SALE—Good early Ohio pota toes, 60c per bushel. Phone, or write Reginald Nelson, Baldwin. 10-3-lt FOR SALE!—Cook stove and heating-"^ stove. Reasonable, if taken at once, 400 4th St. Phone 920. 10-3-1 FOR RENT—Office rooms, second floor. Dahl Building over Dahl's'' Clothing Store, Main Street. 9-30-3t FOR SALE—Man's blick chinchilla overcoat. Size about 38. Gooi as new, $10.00. Phone' 768R. 10i-3-3t: "Ice"box~and butcher tools for sale cheap. Peoples Meat Market, 'Pla za, N. Dak." 9-26-8t. Northern Pacific 3 Men Wanted At rates prescribed by the United States Labor Boa^d '^s follows: Machinists, 70c per hour. Blacksmiths, 70c to 80c fier hour. Bpilermakers, 70c per hourj~ Freight Carmen, 63c per hotir. Apply to any round hou9e or Shop, or to W. E. Berner, Super intendent Northern. Pacific Rail way, Jamestown, N. D.