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CONGESTION SLOWS DOWN GRAIN MARKET Northwest Elevators Blocked And Demand for Cars Universal WHEAT PRICES STEADY No. One Dark Selling 4 20 Cents Over December There has been more' interest in the grain market with an increase of investments for speculative buy ing as the grain prices appeared relatively cheap compared with all other basic commodities. Minneapolis December wheat during the week traded as high as yl.10% but .closed at $1.08% as compared with' $1.0? a weqk ago. Wester" ronds with terminals at Minneapolis have embargoed move ment of their cars beyond the Min neapolis switching district with the result that all grain iff C'astcttt' line cars which can be rebilled" or losided for eastern shipment are bringing premiums from 2 to 5 ceftts o^er western cars. Flour shipments for the week eqfi i-ng October 20, were 453,702 barrels compared with 495,732 "barrels tW previous week. Minneapolis flour mills are having difficulty maintain ing flour shipments and the closing clown of part of local capacity Is threatened. Stocks in Minneapolis elevators are increasing, the. elevators now containing nearly 20,00(),000 bushels of grain. Basis of cash of wheat prices has averaged about unchanged relative to the December future. Most Of the wheat receipts continue to grade No. 1 dark northern which is now selling 4 to 20 "centi oVer the December. Discounts for "ower grades continue quite uniform according to the grades, mostly from 2 to 4 cents discount between grades regardless of grading factors. Durum wheat hits been steady with milling and ship ping demand No. 3 white oats has been selling mostly at 37 to 38 cents. Barley market closed, yesterday or a wider range as the result of the car situation. The flax market h&s advanced during the week with a high closing on Thursday of *2.45. F1ATURESTHE STOCKIIARKET (By the Associated Preis) New York, Oct. 21.—Prices of stocks moved with an erratic trend in this week's market because of .the heavy speculation in jysh priced shares based on declarations of stock dividends and rumors of the same. Bond prices also were shaded, sell ing being attributed to large insti tutions desiring to provide for more funds to meet the increasing de mands for commercial credit and to a switching from standard ljens to new government 4 per cefi'f bonds* Industrial stocks reached a new high average for the yeaiKon Mon day but the rapidity of the advance at that time convinced professional traders it had gone too far and certf scquently the trend of the next three days was reactionary recov ery setting in on Friday morning. Violent fluctuation of stien stocks as Mexican Petroleum and Standard Oil of New Jersey and the fall of the Lloyd George ministry undoubj cdly kept many small tradrtS although a good investment demand was noted for railroad shares, which have been lagging. There was little change in the do mestic business situation. Rubber and tire stocks have b?en helped by the sharp increase in the price of crude rubber. Little chahge was noted in the copper market, bu. leaders of the industry expect steady improvement from now on. The crude oil output continues to increase and gasoline prices are dropping. The marking up of the eaH money rate to 6 percent was the result of the shifting of funds due to heaVj governmental and other I*''?® chel ations earlier in the week. Bankers are now asking five percent for time monev f»r the longer maturities al though a little- business is being done at 4Ht and 4% for afiort term loans. Prime 'commercial paper is quoted at 4Vi percent. NEWS OF WALL 8TM.B.'F (By the Associated Press) New York. Oct. 21.-Trading: today's brief session of *h* market was again irregular due to the struggle for supremacy b£ op posing speculative forces High priced stocks continued to lead the upward swing. Jersey Central climb ing nine points to a new high ,o-d, Mexican Petroleum, reaching the highest levels since train of 3 points, National Biscuit, improving 4- points. National fc.n»-$4.75 meling 3% and Pullman 2. Specula tive selling of special stocks, no. nblv Chandler. Maxwell Motors A, Pacific and Marland oils, Reynolds Tobacco. Marine preferred and Great Northern Ore, the last named drop ping 4 points, and profit taking in other quarters gaVe the market a spotty appearance at times. The closing was irregular. Sales appro ximated 550,000 shares. New York, Oct. 21.—Early price changes in today's stock market •were irregular.' Good buying was .noted in shares of coal carrying railroads and public utility, oil and equipment companies. New high records were made in the first few minutes by Reading, Mexiqan Petroleum, .Pirn American B, Corn Products, Nation-, al Enameling and Jones Brothers. Tea. In1 addition to the further one point rise in Reading the rail group' was featured by a 4 point jump in Jersey Central and a gain of nearly V/j points by Lehigh Valley. Brook lyn Union Gas and Consolidated Gas advanced more than 2 points each and Baldwin and Pullman were lip 1% and 1% respectively. Mexican Petroleum was pushed up two points and the Pan American shares more than one while Cosden, 5,200 shares of which changed hands at 49%c, then rose to 50%c, a net gain of 1 point. Selling, qf Studebaker and Pacific' Oil each of which we're car' ried down two points caused some irregularity toward the end of the first hotlr. National Biscuit, Wells Fargo, Western Uijiop and Manhat tan Shirt also were heavy. to (By the Associated Press) Minneapolis, Oct. 21.—Congestion of railroad and lake transportation has been the outstanding feature of the Minneapolis grain market dur ing the last week, according to thu review of the United StateB depart ment of agriculture. SCATTERED SELLING (By the Associated Press) Chicago, Oct.. 21.—Scattered sell ing by local holders and commission houses sent wheat prices downward during the early trading today and She Receipts of all grains MiFnoa polis continued in the .nefshboihdod of 4,000 cars per week, while marty elevators in the northwest are block ed and requesting, "enrsfc .although very few are available at cotintry points. market lacked support on the ips. Winnipeg showed considerable strength but sentiment her? was somewhat less bullish, a 4jfajorityuf traders being inclined to the selling aide. The opening., which varied from ^4c advance .to %c decline .with De cember ^1.12% and M*y $1.12Vi, to $1.12%, was followed from a decline all around. CoriTahd oats followed the trend of wheat, although oats showed the rtiASt Strength on accoiint "of reports of a good cash demand in the south west. Aiter opening unchanged to %c @'%c lolWr, With December 67% to 67%c, t)ie corn market underwent a further settraclc and then some tfcing of rally. Oats started unchanged to %c higher, December 41%c, and later sagged all around. Provisions were steady in Jinq with hog values. Prospects of hotter car Suppljr next week gave additional weakness to the market, December leading the decline. Traders sold sciifie' Decem ber and bought May. The close was weak, with values off %c to 2%c. with December II.IO1^ to $1.10% and May $1.11% to $1.11%. Corn later underwent a reaction, being under considerable pressors, and closed weak. The final was l%c to 2c lVac net lower with Decem ber 65 %c to 66c. CLOSING CASH PRICES (By the Associated Fteu) Duluth, Minn., Oct. 21,.—Closing cash prices: Wheat No. 1 dark nor thern $1.12% $1.19% arrive $1.12! Y* $1.14% No. 1 amber durum $1.10% No. 2 amber durum $1.08% arrive $1.02% No. 1, durum 94%c Nb. 2 durum 92%c No 1 mixed dur um 93%c $1.04% No. 2 mixed durum 91%c $1:02% arrive 90%j No. 1 red durum 90%c. Flaxseed on track $2.46 $2.47 arrive in Octo ber $2.46 arrive $2.45 October $2.45 bid November $2.44 Decern^ ber $2.34% May $2.26% asked. Oats No. 3 white track and arrive 37 %c 38 %c. WHEAT RECEIPTS (By the Associated Press) Minneapolis, Oct. 21.—Wheat re ceipts 410 cars compared with 356 cars a year ago. Cash/No. 1 northern $1.09% $1.17% December $1.02% May $1.09%. Corn No. 3 yellow 67c 68c. Oats No. 3 white.35%c 39%c. Barley 48c 68ft Rye No. 2, 69%c 73%c. Flax Ndi 1, $2.45% $2.48. POTATOES STEADY (By the Associated Press) Chicago, Oct. 21.—Potatoes stttt' dy receipts 135 cars total U. S. shipments 1,291 Wisconsin sacked and bulk round whites 90c $1.00 Iwt. Minnesota sacked, and bulk found whites 96c 95C c#t. Red Rive# Ohios $U15 $1.20 cvt-t. South Dakota packed round whites 90c 95c cwt. .South .Dakota sack ed eairty Chios' H-OC $1.10 ctft. CLEARING HOUSE CONDITION (fly thtf Ai*iel«t*d Pttsi) If ear York, Q«f. 21—The actual condition of the clearing house banks *n| trust companies for the *ee'k sho#s that they hold $28,983, 720 iri «ees« of legal reiojiremiBnts. This is an increase of $26,286,000 from last week." GfeAtN RANGE (Bythe Associated Press) Chicago, Oct. H.*~' Oflfri. High. Low. Close'. WHEAT Dec l@%.eU2% 110% Mit? i!?*» ll'l*1 July Dfc. May July 110% 111% 104% .J*'..*'40$* 104% 66% 65% 67 67 63*,, ''68V 68% 6&Ti OATS 42 & .A&k 42a* 39% a3k Dei. May July Jan. Sterling exchange has shown ma terial improvement despite a tem porary setback resulting from the resignation of Lloyd George. Activi-I ty of German printing presses pro liablv accounts for the further de preciation of German marks which were quoted yesterday at 2% cents a hundred, a new low record. 62 fit 10s?'. 41% 39% '40% 4lVi. 39%' LARD ... 9.52 9.52 RIBS Oct. 9.52 H-52 10.50 MINNEAPOLIS RANGE (fly the Assodfatid PtefI) Minneapolis, Oct 21*— Low. Clo^. ....108% i08% :...no% lio% 107% 107% l(tt* 1^4 OATS .... 34% 34% 36% RYE .... 68% 6l|» .... 71% 71"% ,83% 35% 6 0 Dec. 33% 35% 67% 69% •7% 69% BARLEY ,...53% 53% FLAX ....285% 236 ....229 229 in 63 53%. 235 228 235 228 CORN 60% SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21,1922 THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE uneven few strictly choice kind* about steady! others, mostly 25c 60c or nor^ lolver bulk $4.00 $6.00. Calves receipts none compar ed with week ago, around 25cf higher best lights closing' $8.75 $d.50. Hogs re'eeipts. 1,500,^ ^market steady to strong rahfce $8,00 $9.10 100 fancy baCoh hogs averaging 173 pounds $9.10 bulk- good light weights $8.90 packii^fcsows $8.00 $8.50 good pigs $8775. Sheep re ceipts 100 market today steady compared with week ago, fat lambs $1.00 $1.25 higher bulk at thi close $13.75 $14.00 fat ewes 50c $1.00 higher closing bulk $4.50 $6.00.' LIBERTY BONDS New/ York, Oct. 21.—Liberty bonds closed:^ 3%'si ...$100.92 Second 4's 99.90 First 4%'s 99.14 Second 4%'s ....^: 99.02 Third 4%'s 99.28 Fourth 4%'s 99.28 New 4%'s ...-..-.v 100.10 4%'s uncalled 100.26 4%'s called ..,....y..j,.. .. 100.16 FOREIGN EXCHANGE (By the Associated Press) New York, Oct. 21.—Foreign ex change easier. Great Britain demand 4.45% eables 4.46 sixty day bills on banks 4.43%. France demand 7,34%cables 7$S% Italy demand 4.17% cables 4.17% Belgium de mand 68%c cahles 682. Germany demand .02%} cables ,02 5-16 Hol land demand 39.13 cables 39.18. Norway demand 15.75! Sweden de mand 26.70 Denmark demand 20.08 Switzerland demand 18.27 Spain de mand 15.38 Greece demand 2.05 Poland demand .01 Csecho-Slovakih demand 3.26 Argentine demand 36.25 Brazil demand 11.26 Montreal 1.00%. •t MINNEAPOLIS PT^OUR (By the Associated Press) Minneapolis^. Oct. 21—Flour un changed. Shipments 65,516 barrels. Bran $23.00 $24.00. CHICAGO CASH (By the Atsociated Press) Chieag^,, Oct.- 21.-^W^eat No. 1 hard $lTl2%. Com Io. 2 mixed 71% 7&c )No. 2 yellow-71 %,c 73%c. Oats NO. 8 White 42%c' 43%c. Rye No. 2, 7fc%c. Barley 66c 70c. Tim othyseed $5.50 $6.50 Cloverseed $15.00 $20.50. Pork nominal. Lard $10.90. Ribs $10.00 $12.00. POTATOES MODERATE (By the Associated Press) ~Mirin^li|j6lis, Oct. 21.—Potatoes moderate wire inquiry demand light movement moderate market Steady little ..Change in prices SaridUitid districts carload f. o. b. usual terms, Minneapolis-Sit. Paul fate sacked cwt. round varieties partly graded 75c 80c, mostly 75c. Red River. Valley points carloads f. o. b. usual terms, Moorhead rate sacked per cwt. Red River Ohios partly graded 75c 80c, few 85c. CASH WHEAT PREMIUMS (By the Associated Press) Minneapolis, Oct. 21.—Cash wheat premiums wCre quoted unchanged by most of the traders today but the demand was a bit more draggy oh the' average. Durum wheat prices were firm for best grades in desir able xcars and slow and easy for of ferings in other equipment. Winter wheat was just a trifle soft. Corn of the best yellow quality was in ,ready demand but the extreme premiums quoted Friday were not reached during the trading. Oats averaged slower. Rye demand was fair to good, ac cording to cars. Barley was a trifle slowgr thah at the close Friday, but stuff in undesirable cars sold better than it did early Friday. Flax demand very good and pre miums firm. WEAKNESS SHOWN (By the Associated Press) Duluth, 0.ct. 21 —Weakness was again showh in the wheat market todky,. Some selling pressure devel oped as a result of lower Liverpool cables and a disposition on the part of operators to await improvement in the transportation situation be ftfre' increasing committments. The market was easy at the close. October wheat .closed l%c off jt $1.05% bid November l%c off at $105% bid December lc off at $1.06 nbnihtflly and May unchanged at $1.08' nominally. October durum closed %c off at 94%c asked No vember %c off at 93%c bid Decern^ ber l%c off at 87%c asked and May 2%c off at 87%c asked. Spot,rye closed l%c off at 71%c 72wc October l%c off at 71%c aSkedj,H November ,l%c off at 68%c and December l%c off at 73%c ask ed. Spot oats closed %c off at 3T%C 38 %c and barley unchanged at from BOc to 61c. ?*#esii bidding turned up in flax ie'ed in the near futures and their quotations held. October closed un cHSnged at $2.45 November %c off at $2.44 December %c off at $2.3414 a fid May l%c off at $2.26%c asked. RANGE OF SALES (By the Associated Press) Minneapolis, Oct. 21.—Range of Mfivt6€ntative cash sales: Wheat No. 1 dart 'northern $1.13 $1.28% No. 2 diVK northern $1.10 $1.22 No. 3 dftrk northern $1.06 $1.20% No. 4' dirk nortehrn $1.04% $1.08% No. 1 dark hard winter $1.09% No. 2 dark hard winter $1.16 No 1 hard winter $1.13 $1.20 No/ 'amber durum $1.09% No. 1 dttriirti 88%c 99c No. 1 mixed durnm .94%c $1.04 No. 1 mixed %httit $1.16 barley sample grade $4? *6c No. 2, 61c 62c No. 3, 53%c No. 4, 53c 61c. Corn No. 1 .yellow 69c 70%c. Oats No. _2 #1iite 38%c 43c No. 3 white 35v* 39c. Rye No. 1, 69%c 74%c DULUTH RECEIPTS (By the Associated Press) Dnluth, Minn., Oct. 21.-Elevator receipts domestic grain—wheat 297, 000 bushels oats 15,00 barley 21, 1000 rye 130200 fl»* 36,200. Ship ments—wheat 548,300 bushels rye 147,500 flax 20,100. Elevator re ceipts bonded grain—wheat 12,600 bushels rye 1,500. Duluth car inspection: Wheat Nos. 1 and 2 dark northern and Nos. 1 and 2 northern 35 No. 3 dark northern and No. 3 northern 4 smutty spring other spring 1 Nos. 1 and 2 am Is SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK (By the Associated Press) South'St., Paul, Oct. 21«—Cattle re ceipts 900 market today steady compared with week ago only a fe» odd lots good and choice beef steers here the past week, quotable $8.50 $12.50 common and medium grades $8.25 bulk under $6.25, stea dy- to 25c lower grass fat butehef she stock $3.00 $6.50 bulk uitder $4.50, steady canners and cutters $2.25 $3.00, steady bologna bulls $3.25 $4.00. around 25c higher stockers and feeders $3.00 $7.50. VMICl ber durum and Nos. 1 and 2 durum $2 Nn. 3 amber durum and No. 3 ,dt?ru# 10 sniutty durum 2 other durum 39 smutty winter 1 mixec 56 (smutty mixed 3 all wheat 184 flatf 26 mixed grain 1 corn 6 oats 2 rye 69 barley 5. All grains 294 on track 196. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK (By the Associated Press) Chicago, Oct. 21.—Cattle receipts 2,500 compared week, ag* native beef steers 25c 60c higher spots up more western grassers steady to 26C hifcher top native beef |teers $18.60 beef cow's mostly 25c to 40C| up beef heifers unevenly 50c' to $1.00 higher canners" and cutters strong bulls about steady .' veal calves mostly $1.00 higher packev.t mostly.25c upf heavy feeders about steady, weekly bulk prlrtfc nptive beef steers $9,40 $11.90 western graitsers $6.50 $7.50 AtockeT3 and feeders $6.50 $7.50 beef cows and heifers $4.50 $7.50 canners And cutters $3.00 $3.50[i veal calves $11.00 $11.50. Hogs receipts 5,000 market fairly active general ly steady bulk 210 to 250 pound butchers $9.50 $9.60 top $9.60 bulk 170 to, 200 pound averages $9.35 $9.46 desirable pigs around $9.25 estimated holdover 3,000 heavy $8.85 $9.60 medium $9.30 $9.60 lighti $9.20 $945 light light $915 $935 packing sows smooth $8.00 8.55 packing sows rough $7.50 $8.10 killing pigs $9100 $9.35 Sheep receipts 4,000 mostly direct today compared week ago fat native lambs largely 75c hjgher fat west erns and feeder lambs iqostly Spc higher fat sheep 75c" to $1.00 up Closing top fat native's $14.75 *est etns $14.60 biilk native', lpmbs oil close $14.00 $14.40 culls -"mostly $9.50 $1050 bulk fat range lambs around $14.40 heavy fat ewes large ly $4.50 $5.50 handy fat ewes up ward to $7.25 b^st western feed ing lambs $14.50 buljc around $14.25. SUMMONS STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, Coun ty of Burleigh. In District Court, Fourth Judicial District, Elmer C. Drumm, Plaintiff, vs. 'Gladys B. Drumm, Defendant. The State of North Dakota to the above named Defendant: You are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in this action, a copy of which is hereto annexed and here with served upon you, and to serve a cOpy of your answer upon the sub scriber at his office in the City of Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service and in case of your failure so to ap pear and answer judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated July 22, 1922. F. E. M6CURDY, Attorney for Plaintiff, Residence and P. O. Address:- Bismarck, North Dakota. V 9-9-16-23-80—10-7-14-21-28 NOTICE TO CREDtir6R8 n: STATE OF NORTH DAKOTf, CMn ty of Burleigh. In County Cotfrt, Before Hon. I. C. Davies, Judge. In the Matter of the Estate of Thomas Miners, Deceased. Harry E. O'Neill, Administrator Petitioner, vs. Thomas Henry Min*.. ers, Ted Miners, Thomas A. Rodman, and all heirs unknown of Thomas Miners, deceased, and all other per sons interested in said estate. Respondents. Notice is herebv given by the.cn dersigned Harry E. O'Neill, Admin istrator of the Estate of Thtfnat Miners, late or the village of McKen zie, in the county of Burleigh, and State of North Dakota, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persona having claims against, said dec^dei)t. to exhibit them with the necessity vouchers, within six months "After the first publication of this notic£ to said Administrator, at his of ice in the village of McKenzie in said Burleifh County, North Dakota. Dated September 29tl, 1922. HARRY E. O'NEILL, Administrator.' F. H. REGISTER, Attorney for Administrator. Bismarck, N. Dak. Frst publcation on the 30th day of September, 19I2& 0-30—10-7-14-21 Dollars, for principal #nd 1922. SCOTT CAMERON Attorney. Bismarck* North Dakota.. No_. 2. 69%c 74%c. Flax No. 1, $2.45 $2.48%. after described at public auction agreeable to the statute in such case made and.provided, at the front door of the Post Office in the Village of Driscoll, County of Burleigh, North Dakota, at the flour of Two o'clock p. m. on Saturday the 28th day of October, A. D. 1922. The personal property described in said mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are as fol lows, to-wit 30 cattle, sundry ages, 12 being cows,' being all the cattle that the mortgagor owned at the date of said mortgage, 13 horses, ages 1 to 9, being all tMb horses owned at the date of said mprtgage, together with all increase, of all female hor ses arid cattle, 12 broOd sows, red and black together with 100 shoats being all the hogs and shoats owned by the mortgagor at .the date of said mortgage,' together with all increase of all female hogs, 1 McCormick header, 1 Rock Island Gang Plow, 1 Deere Disc Harrow 1'Peoria Grain DrHl, 1 Deere Sulky Plow, 1 Wide Tired Mandt Wagon, coihplete, 1 Truck Wagon with rack' 3 sets of heavy work harness. Dated this 21st day of October, 1922 ROLL1N WELCH, Sheriff of Burleigh Co. North Dakota. SCOTT CAMERON, Attorney. Bismarck, North Dakota. NOTICE OF CHATTEL MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE Notice is hereby given that default has been made in the conditions of pf that certain mortgage made by Elias Elleflood, of Driscoll, Burleigh County, North Dakota, to J. E. Ticr ney, of Driscoll, North Dakota, mortgagee, which mortgage is dated the 13th day of November,-1&20, and which mortgage was given to secure local receipts. The title would One Note for Two Thousand One be questionable. Hundred and Forty-five and 52-100 Dollars dated November, 13th, 1920 due October, 1st, 1921, and which note bears interest at the rate of 10 per cent per annum until paid, and which mortgage was filed in the of fice of the Register of Deeds of Bur leigh County, on the 20th day of November, A. D. 1920 V»t 9:00 o'clock A. M. That the default is in the follow ing nature, to-wit that the moftga- 1 notice the sum of Twenty-four Huri-1 annourice at thils time that we have dred and Fifty-thyeef lvjjfcrid secured by this and other ^mortgages. advance to individual., farmers who That said mortgage will be fore- sjorc closed by a sale of the personal pro-1 'Cent perty in such mortgage,and at"a rite ufjih'tercst not to agreeabfeTo the sUt«t^ Ini »udi,case I exceed 6 per cent and perhaps less, made and provided, aVthe front door We are able to do' this beCatise we of the Post, Office in .the pillage of will be1 in a paction to pledge the Driscoll, Cobirfy of fiurfeigh, NortH Federal warehoiise certificated as^ coN Dakota, ^tihg hour.ofTwo. .o'clock tothe'Tban'to be made from p. m. ori ?aiurd^ .'^%^ 'Af? investors outride' of'1 the state. 'It October, A. D. 1922. ,-.i'• ihay be suggested that this could be Th^Pror£Le?ifn?S^ci""I" sild to satisfy the sanie are lol- kota but ^f thfet wefe the case" it lows, to-wit TeCd Mill, 1 Ford would simply increase the explChAe Touring Car, and 1 Boar. arid cBftpflcate tMT transactioh bc- Dated this 21st day of October. ROLL1N WELCH,. Sheriff of Borleigh Co, North Dakota. cause 1 to per cent per annum, and _whichi, mortgage was filed in the office .of the date notice the sum of Twenty-four Hun- ^ion Dollars, for principal and ^nterest, 10-21 BISMARCK GRAIN (Furnished by Ru8»ell«Miller Co.) Bismarck, Oct. 21. No. 1 dark northern $1.01 No. No. No. northern spring amber durum mixed durum No. 1 red durum No. 1 No. 2 flax flax No. 1 rye Rain For North Dakota:. Rain tonight, cooler extrcnie west portion Sun day probably fajr. WEATHER CONDITIONS. Ai 'eas of high pressure cover the upper Pacific coast and the lower Lakes, while low pressure overlies the eastern slope of the Rocky Moun tains and the PlainM States. Some what unsettled weather conditions jwill pre vat 1 ton-/7ii:, followed by clearing Sunday, -M1*- ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Meteorologist. ADVANCES WILL BE MADE UPON STORED-WHEAT (Continued from Page One) about ^10,0^0.00. ^jVhen these rc jceipti yere 4pr4senttd. to tjhe/eleva lt"6'r, citheJ-' foJ' .tnc money :or grain, tRif eTovrtiof ^id not have a bushel of grttfa dti Mm} or ai dollar with which tV^pay. The elevator was, .wholly insolvent and had only a $5,000.09 bond to protect the'ticket holders. This is not an unusual condition in the state. The receipts were wholly valueless for any purpose, and this is true of a large number of cases in North Dakota and perhaps in other states. Because of this condi tion tffese receipts are not acceptable as security because outside investors wilt not consider them. The Bank or' the Commission would have no control over, the grain represented by "Thfc' Bank of North Dakota inher ited from the former administration a few warehouse receipt loans ag gregating! over $50,000.00. In every single transaction the receipts prov ed either valueless as security or only of nominal Value. The Bank will lose money in each case. Can Advance Money. "In view of the fact, however, that the "elevator will issJc Warehouse! re- gor failed to pay the indebtedness ^p^in a form prescribed by the dlimedUto0beadue at the date of this "th*? ll 7n-i0fl mad'e "ifrrangements whereby the In- (interest, dostrial Commission will'be able to grain in the elevator up to 70 0 value of the grain bo do/e throS-the Bftn'k 6f North DS- the only security acceptable would be the Federal form of warc house receipt, which the Mill and Elevator Association will issue jrfifd which will constitute the security of ,, the loa'n'to be'mride directly on that 10-21 Security to 1 ———1 ^Association under the control of the NOTICE OF CHATTEL MORTGAGE industrial Commission. FORE^LOSURE.SALp^ "We thirik that this arrangement Notice in a benefit to the farm oF that" certain 'mortgage mLde by eW" Who desire to store their^rain Elias Elleflood, of Driscoll, Buileigh and ^await a better market. If the County, Nottfc' DiWota, to Dnsccll fiapi' of an increased pricc lis not State Bank, of Driscpll, North Dakota,!:altogether 'v'afh those who are able mortgagee, yrhich mortgage is dated tfie•' Mill and Elevator take advantage of the storage fa- the 5th day of November, 191?. cilitiCs of the elevator will undoifbt which mortgage was given ^o secure j^jy b6h 5^ST5S3M?ar 1S-5S-\» s- vember, 5th, 1»W, due October Ut. sorv w.lL undertake to say_ The con 1919, and one note, for. Five Hun- itlitions that determine the pnCe of dred' Dollars dated' November, 5th ^rairi are 'f«irg«ry national and inter 1919, due on demand, and natibnal in character and nai state notes bear interest at the rate of 1 j,as 'efittetf whether the pricc an control over them." uftGEjs the ReK'ster »f12^eddSaV 3&em- BW*use the date of the National bePrU,ni919 at 9:00 o'clock A. M, celebration of Navy Day and the That the default is in the. follow- birthday of Theodore Roosevelt fall ing nature, to-wit that.the mortga-• Upon the same day, Governor R. A. gor failed td pay the indebtedness Nest'os urges it upon the people c"f when due or at all and that there is the state that where the observance claimed to be due at ^AVY DAY of this Roosevelt day takes place, atteh- ais0 dred an# Fifty-three and 76-100, ^e ^avai .probfem. The obseiH- be called to the question an^ of javal day has b4en institu- s,«: 5.^^ s. P.- the navy has in the program of the nation's life. JUSTICE DAY WILL RESIGN Washington, Oct. 21. Associated Jitstice Wm, R. Day of the supreme court has decided definitely to re sign from the bench, in view of his datics as umpire in the German American claims negotiations, and is expected to present his resignation formally as a justice to President Harding early next week. Justice Day dcclifted today to dis cuss his plans, but it was learned that he already had made arrange ments to go to the White House and place his resignation^ in the hands of the President. A former secretary of state, Justice Day has served on the supreme bench since March 2, 1903, having been appointed after he had been United States district judge for four years. He has passed the retirement age and hi(s resignation places upon him the retired list of the court- at full pay. Justice Day will be the second member of the court from Ohio to resign this year, having been pre ceded by Justice Jo'hn H. Clarke, and his retirement from the bench (trill reduce the representation of his state upon the highest court from three to one, Chief Justice Taft thw only Ohioan remaining. .96 .83 .71 .66 2.14 2.00 .55 The Weather For twenty-four ftours ending at noon today. Temperature at 7 ja. Temperature at noon Highest yesterdAy Lowest yesterday Lowest last night Precipitation .., Highest wind velocity WEATHER FORECAST. For Bismarck and vicinity: tonight, Sunday probably fair. CHARLEY WHITE MAY GO WITH BENNY LEONARD New York, Oct. 21.—Charley White, hardhitting Chicago light weight, stands out today as a "logical contender" for Benny Leonard's 135 pound title as a re sult of his sensational knockout of Sid Marks, Canadian lightweight champion in Madison Square Gar den last night. White put Marks to sleep after 59 seconds of the second round had elapsed, ending the fight with a smashing left hook to the jaw. Marks had no cHanCe to exhibit his vaunted punching ability. White had entered the ring with a three pound advantage in weight over his opponent, tipping the beam at 138 to 135 for Marks. EXCHANGE RATE HAS NO TERROR FOR THIS MAN Berchijig Bavara, Oct. 21.— There is at least one man in Ger many who is utterly indifferent to the dollar rate of exchanges He is the head miller of Berching. A goose belonging to Him was run down the other day by an auto mobile filled with foreigner!. One of the motorists offered the miller a dollar bill as compensation. Thfe offer was scornfully declined, and it was raised a dollar. "Nothing doing," the angry miller restored. "Keep your dirty scraps of paper. I want a blue one." A German hundred-mark note was tendered, and with-it the miller went happily on his Way. He had received about seven cents for his goose. His ignorance of bourse condi tions was surpassed only by his lack of knowledge regarding the poultry market. Geese were then retailing at 2,500 marks each. STATE BANK CASES MAY BE x. Should that motion be overruled and the accused men placed on trial, it is understood that it will be their purpose to file affidavits of pre judice against Cass county. That would have the cffect of removing the ca&es to an adjoining county, probably cither Trail, Barnes or Richland. For th£ most part, jury terms of 'Ctobrts afle held in the counties out side of Ca'ss in January and, Febr uary, with the^ result that the man will not be brought to trial until that time/ Those indicated are A. C. Town ley, H. A. Paddock, F. W. Cathro, H. J. Hagen, H. D. Ellis, L. P.McAnan ey, WTH: Lertrke, P. R. Sherman, N. C. Eggen, John J. Hastings and Lars 'Christiansen DAILY REPORT IS OFFERED Fargo,- N "D., Oct.' £1.—Farmers of North Dakota who belong to the Farm Bureau can get a'daily con fidential report on the potato mar ket which -is accurate and has pre dicted almost every change 10-19-3t. TRANSFERRED Fargo, N. D., 0ct.20.—The pro babilities are that the trial of the 11 men indicted by the Cass county grand jury for alleged violations of laws in connection with the affairs of the Scandinavian American- bank and related operations, will not take place in this county. It is virtually certain that the in dicted men will move to quash the indictments when the district court convenes on Wednesday, Nov. 7. :in FOR Brand new 7 room modern house with pak floors throughout. One of the prettiest homes in the city, and we believe the greatest bargain in Bismarck. $5250. on easy payments. Five room moderrt bungalow nfear schools, $3300, cash payment $500, with monthly payments of $26.00. Six room nsw modern house with upstair kitchenette $4700. Six room modern house with downstair bedroom. Well located. $4,000. Eight room houstr with water and electric light. Lot 75x150 feet. $2650. Priced- much below value. HELP WAlfTBD—KALI WANTED—Someone to mine coal with an interest, it is on my land. Nearest to Mandan of any known coal. Six milesi but quality second to none. Money can be made. L. N. Cary, Mandan, N. D. 10-19-3t MEN WANTED—For detective work, experience unnecessary. Write for details explaining guaranteed posi tions. J. Ganor, former Gov't De tective, St. Louis, Mo. 10-21-lt TYPISTS—Elrn $25-$100 weekly, spare time, copying authors' man uscripts. Write R. J. Carnes, Au thors' Agent, Tallapoosa, Ga., for particulars. 10-21-lt WANTED AT ONCE—Man for dairy farm, married or single. Steady all year. W. F. Reynolds, Lark, N. D. 10-21-9C WANTED—Tailor, steady work, good pay. Jansick White building, Jamestown, N. D. 10-20-4t HJfLP WANTED—FEMALE WANTED—Women to do fancy work at home. Good pay. Materials furnished. Self-addressed stamped envelopes brings particulars. Flor cnce Art Gocjjis Co., Cambridge, Ohio. 10-21-lt' WANTED—Housekeeper for man with three children age 9 to 12. In town. H. Hangse, Linton, N. U. 10-18-4t WANTED—Good short order and pastry cook and dining room girl. M. E. Ruddy, Killdcer, N. D. 10-20-lwk WANTED—Girl for general house work, Mrs. F. E. Shepard. 6 Ave. B. Phone 345.' 10-16-tf FOR RENT—Nice clean rooms in modern house. Close-in, 322 2nd. Phone 728. 10-21-3t WANTED—Competent girl for gen eral housework. Mrs. J. P. Sell, 521 5th St. 10-}8-tf WANTED—Girl for general house work. Inquire at Luhr Motor Sale3 Co. 10-20-3t WANTED—Girl for general house work. Phone 386J, call 218-lst St. 10-21-3t. WANTED—Competent girl for gen eral housework. 802. Ave. B. 10-18-41 WANTED—For short time, girl for housework, phone ,28-J. 10-20-2t SALESMAN. WERE you ever offered a grocery store?. You can handle sugar, flour, canned gfeo'ds, dried fruit, coffee and entire line of grocer ies, as well as paints, roofing, aluminum Ware and automobile oils, with no rent to pay no mo ney invested. Take lar^o orders from samples. Goods arc guaran teed and proven quality. Selling experience not necessary. Steady, profitable work for "workers." Ad dess Hitchcock-Hill Co.., Dept. 164, Chicago, III. 10-21-lt SALESMEN WANTED Wholesale house doing a National Business is in need of an Al man for North Dakota. The five leading retail trades in every town are our pros pects and customers. Immediate action is neccessafy. Your quali fying now assures you a permanent and profitable connection. Address The Miles F. Bixler Co., Dept. 313, Cleveland, O. 10-21-lt SALESMEN WANTED Salesboard salesman, one hundred new classy salesboard assortments just out hot peanut machines, etc. Collect as you go. Iowa Novelty Co., Mul lin Bldg., Cedar Rapids, la. 10-21-lt AGENTS WANTED the market' thus far this fall several days-in Advance, says H. B. Fuller, secretary of the North Dakota Farm Bureau Federation. The ^e^#rfc' is prepared daily at Minneapolis'by the North American Fruit Exchange which is affiliated with the Federation. It will be mailed daily on request for a nom inal fee "or sent by wire if the grow er is willihg to'pay the tolls, Mr. Fullet' sai^'( 1 steaSersinks, TWO DROWNED St. John, N. B., Oct. 20.—The pas singer steamer Dream upset and sank in the St. John river today. Two womeh passengers were report ed drowned. For Spring Valley Lignite Coal. Phone 164.. AGENTS—Big money taking orders Overcoats, suits, pants, blankets, direct woolen mill to wearer. Bi^ values. Donahue made $108 fir-.t week. Pinocci makes $200 weekly. No capital or experience required. Taylor Wells 2742 N. Paulina Chi cago. 10-21-lt CANVASSERS—Make 232 to 300 per cent profits. New, exceptionally useful, necessary article evfeiry home buys several. Pocket sample. "Factory" Pine, Elizabeth, N. J. 10-21-lt LOST LOST—Brown leather pocket book in downtown district Thursday even ing. Contained blank checks on Farmer "State bank of Regan, also some change and other small arti cles. Finder return to Grand Pa cific hotel. Reward. 10-20-2t LOST—A grey leather purse, contain ed a Dayton draft and change near Lucas store. Finder return to Quick Print and receive reward. 10-30-!3t LOST—Bunch of keys in brown lea ther case between Avtf? and east end filling statiort? Finder return Tribune, reward. 10-21-3t LOST— W*ltham gold wrist watch'. Finder please call Lo gan's store for reward. 10-19-3t. LAND \^ANT TO HEAR from owner hav ing farm for sale give particulars and lowest price. John J. Black. North Dajtpta Street* 'Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. FOR SALE OR TRADE—A section of land in Dunn County. Tribune No. 462. PAGE SEVEN SALE HARVEY HARRIS & CO.— J. P. JACKSON, Manager. FOR SALS OR RENT HOUSES AND FLATS. FOR SALE—Very good 4-room house, clone in, good Condition, $1,900. Five-rooms—lights, sewer, furnace, full basement, hardwood floors, great opportunity, price only, $2, 900, terms, Henry & Henry. Phone 961. 10-19-3t FOR RENT—Small house, freshl.v painted aiul papered and in good repair. iScellcnt location. In quire at residence, 406 Third street or at office 110 Third street, J. K. Doran. 10-19-lw FOR SALE—Five-room, all modern bungalow, close to the capitol, a lovely home, completely equipped, can sell on very easy terms, call 961. Henry & Henry. 10-19-Iit FOR SALE OR RENT —5 room house modern except heat. Good location. Price $2,600. Rent $30 per montn. Ferris Cordner, Bismarck, N. D. 10-21-:ii FOR RENT—Suit of four rooms partly furnished on first floor. Phone 278R after 5 p. m. 10-16-lwk FOR RENT—5 room house partly modern, close in. Call at 10K Thayer St. Phone 658W. 10-18-3t FOUND FOUND—Large male setter dog, black head, tan trimmings. A. W. Mellen, Bismarck. 10-19-3t. PERSONAL. DO YOU suffer with RHEUMA TISM? Take our DRUGLESS CURE in your own home. REAL RESULTS. Free literautre. YOGHURT, INC., Dept. 5, So. Bellingham, Wash. 10-21-lt GALLSTONES—improved treatment for catarrhal inflammation of gall bladder and ducts associated with gallstones. Booklet free. Write to day. Dr. Paddock, Box Y7201, Kan sas City, Mo. 10-21-lt ROOMS FOR RENT. FOR RENT—Three rooms and bath in modern house. May be used for light housekeeping or sleeping rooms. Partly furnished. Private entrance. Call at 623 9th St. 10-17-lw FOR RENT—Two modern furnished rooms, may be used for light house keeping or sleeping rooms, 506 2nd St. Phone 790-X. 10-20-1 "WHEN WINTER COMES" you'll appreciate your room at 601 7tli St. One left suitable for two girls. Phone 682. 10-20-lw FOR~RENT—Two rooms furnished for light housekeeping or sleeping, on groiind floor, 700 Ave A. phone 981-R. 10-19-3t FOR RENT—Nice furnished room in modem house suitable for one or two. Call at 402 5th St. Phone J36J. 10-19-lwk FOR RENT—Partly furnished or un furnished rooms, also apartment. Bismarck' Business College, I'hofie 183. 10-4f FOR RENT—Furnished modern room for gentlemen. 506-3rd St. E. W. Washc. 10-18-lw. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished mod ern rooms, close-in. 216 2nd. Tel. 832-J. 10-20-3t FOR RENT—One furnished room in modern Home at 409v5th St. Phone 512R. 10-21-lt FOR RENT —Rooms strictly modern for sleeping at 300-9th St. Phone 377J 10-16-lwk FOR RENT—Three large rooms. 18 Main St. Phone 503J. W*te 9-22-lm WOKS WANTED WANTED—Lady wants work by day or hour. Phono 253. 10-19-3t 10-16-lw LOTS FOR SALE FOR SALE—Large lot, 50-foot front, length, 168 feet. Cash sale price, $500. Located on 13th St. for fur ther information call 423 Third St. or Phone 243. l(T-16-lw A UTOMOBILES—MOTORCYCLES FOR SALE OR TRADE—Maxwell sedan in very good mechanical condition. Run less than 10,000 miles. Body good as new. Equip ped with five white wire wheels which cost $125.00 extra. Would be good buy at $600.00, will take $475.00, part cash balance pay ments, or might consider trade for old car. and cash difference. I'hone 485J', Bismarck. 10-lSlw FOR SALE—Ford Coupe, good as new. Phone 677J. W. B. Hartley, 318 W. Rosser. 10-18 lwk MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE—Range, water front. Good c'ondition. Price reasonable if taken at once. 400 4th St. Phone 920. 10-19-lwk DUCK HUNTERS, waders for sale, used five times., new this year. $15.00. Phone 613W. 10-21-3t. FOR SALE—One 250 gallon floor oil tank complete with pump. J. B. Smith, Bismarck. 10-20-3t FOR SALE—One combination gas and coal/range in' firfjt class condi tion. ^hone 724. 10-21-3t FOR SALE—The Wishek Hotel, Wishek, N. Dak. Write or call J. C. Nippolt. 10-18-lw FOR SALE—Royal typewriter No'.'TO, 21* 2nd St., upstairs. 10-20-lw American, French, British, and German wireless companies have formed a pool to establish one large station in Argentina.