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BUT TEND TO RALLY ON EXPORT REPORTS Stock Market Weakness, Ar gentine Rains and Canada Embargo Are Factors BUYING FOLLOWS BREAKS PurchatM Based on European Note That Volume Afloat It Decreasing Chicago. Sept. 28.—<**)—Despite ag gressive buying on the part of some houses with foreign and northwest connection, wheat prices underwent material setbacks today, especially in the late transactions. Unsettlement of the stock market had a general bearish effect on wheat values, and so likewise did reports of rains in Australia, better field conditions in Argentina, and a railroad embargo on wheat shipments in Canada. Besides European demand today for wheat shipments from North America was reported as continuing to be slack. Wheat closed heavy % to 2c net lower, Sept. 1.274; Dec. 1.33% to May 1.41% to ?»; corn *\ to l"*c down. Sept. 98% to %: Dec. 96% to %: May 1.03% to *i; oats % to %c off. and provisions unchanged to 20c decline. Corn prices declined and buying support was slow Oats were easier. Provisions were responsive to down turns in the cereal markets. Free offering of wheat future de liveries was much in evidence at times here today, but price breaks that followed brought about en larged buying, and the market showed considerable power to rally. Some of the purchases were based on advices that the amount of wheat afloat for Europe is likely to show a falling off on Monday, and that this circum stance might have a stimulating ef fect on values. Friends of higher prices for wheat took notice also of assertions that the amount of export business in wheat from North America is larger than has been acknowledged. On the other hand, talk was current that Ar gentine wheat continues to be offered at prices below the cost of replace ment. MINNEAFOLIS WHEAT FUTURES CLOSE LOWER Minneapolis, Sept. 28.—(4*)—Wheat futures were weak throughout the late session today and after an er ratic downward course December closed 14 cent lower. Oats futures were dull and feature- Rye and barley followed the lead of oats. Flax started weak and drifted lower with trade small. cash wheat was mostly slow, but prices were unchanged compared with futures. Offerings were hard to sell unless showing good test-weight and color. Durum demand was fairly pood. Winter was scarce and in good demand. cash oats were In less aggressive demand. Elevator and mill demand for rye was fair. Barley was in good demand at firm to strong comparative prices. Flax continued slow and indiffer ent. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Chicago, Sept. 28.—(AP U. S. D. A.) —Cattle receipts 1,000; compared a week ago strictly choice fed steers and long yearlings advanced 50c to 75c early in the week and maintained upturns; lower grades fluctuated; dosing steady to 25c lower; common kinds declining in sympathy with 25c decline on stockers and feed ers; extreme top fed steers 16.75; l'-ng yearlings 16.35; heifer year lings 14.75; most grain fed steers 13 00 to 16.00; most grassers to killers 10.00 to 11.25; bulk rangers to killers 12.75; bottom dropped out of she stock market, closing prices being 75c to 1.25 off; bulls 50c to 75c lower; vealer* 1.00 to 2.00 lower. Sheep—4,ooo; by the week 180 doubles from feeding station; 19,500 direct; market slow; week’s dressed lambs trade principal depressing factor in fat lamb trade; compared rne week ago fat lambs 50c to most ly 75c lower; fat ewes weak; week’s late top native lambs 13.25; range lambs 13.25; fat ewes 5.25; late bulk: native lambs 12.50 to 13.25; rang ers 12.00 top 13.00; fat ewes 4.00 to 5.00; feeding lambs around 25c higher; medium to good mostly 11.- 25 to 12.25; good to choice 12.50 to 12.75; good breeding ewes 7.00 to 6.25; short mouthed kinds 6.00 to 6.60; feeders 3.50 to 5.00. Hogs—6,ooo including 4,000 direct; mostly steady with Friday’s aver age; top 19.95; few loads 180-220 lb. 10.75 to 10.90; choice 280-290 lb. 10.00; shippers 500; estimated hold overs 2,000; butchers, medium to choice 250-300 lb. 9.10 to 10.56; 200- 250 lb. 10.15 to 10.95; 100-200 lb. 10.- 15 to 10.96; 130-100 lb. 8.60 to 10.80 nominal; packing sows 8.00 to 9.10 nominal; pigs, medium to choice 90- 130 lb. 9.15 to 10.65| nominal. MINNEAPOLIS POTATOES Minneapolis, Sept. 98.—(S*>—<U. 8. D. A.)— Potatoes, moderate wire in quiry. demand moderate, market steady. Carloads f. o. b. shipping points baaed on delivered sales less all transportation charges, sack cwt. Round Whites. U. 8. No. 1 and partly graded 2.10 to 2.16. CHICAGO CHEESE Chicago, tapt. 21—(*) —Cheese higher; twins 22 1-4 to 23 1-2; twin daisies 22 1-4 to 22 1-2; sizzle daisies 22 0-4 to IS; Americas 21 1-1 to 23 3-4; lnog horns 21 to 21 1-2; brick 23 1-3 to » 1-4. CHICAGO POULTRY Chicago, tapt. 21 (JP) Poultry alive, weak; receipts 4 can; fowls 25; springs 22 to IS; roosten 31; turkeys SO to SO; duckes 10 to SI; geese 91 BOSTON WOOL Boston, Sept. 31—(A*)—Wool: Trad ing was very moderate but fairly well distributed over all grades during Hie past week. Prices of domestic of M, 00’s and lower trades were firm. MTNNBAPOUB FLOUR Minneapolis. Sept. 31.—(Pi—Flour unehaimed. snipiwfHt 41,355. P*en 52M5 to ISJi MINNEAPOLIS CASH CLOSE Minneapolis, Sept. 31—(P>—Wheat receipts today 235 compared to 580 a year ago. Minneapolis cash wheat and coarse grain closing quotations today follow: Cash Wheat— Delivered Arrive 15% Protein— -1 dark northern 1.32401.34% To arrive 1.32% ©1.34% 2 dark northern 1.29% 91.31% 14% Protein— it dark northern 1.32%ff1.34% To arrive 1.31% 01.33% 2 dark northern 1.29% S 1.31% 13% Protein— -1 dark northern 1.31% 01.33% To arrive 1.31%«1.32% 2 dark northern 1.29 %®1.30% 12% Protein— -1 dark northern 1.30% 01.32% To arrive 1.30% 01.32% 2 dark northern 1.27% 01.29% Grade of— -1 dark northern 1.29% 01.31% To arrive 1.29% 01.31% 2 dark northern 1.36% 01.28% Orade of— -1 northern 1.29% 01.31% To arrive 1.29% 01.31% 2 northern 1.25% 01.38% Montana Winter I 14% Protein— jlDHW or IHW 1.32%® j To arrive 1.32% O 13% Protein— ilDHW or IHW 1.31%® j To arrive 1.31% to 12% Protein— jlDHW or IHW 1.29%© To arrive 1.29%® Grade of— -IDHW or IHW 1.25%® To arrive 1.25% 6 Minn, ii S. Dak. 12% Protein— -IDHW or IHW 1.34% 01.25% To arrive 1.24%01.25% Grade of— -IDHW or IHW 1.23% 01.24% To arrive 1.23%® 1.24% Durum Choice 1 amber 1.21% % 1.76% To arrive 1.25401.204 13% Protein— -2 amber 1.204 01.254 Grade of 1 amber 1.134 to 1.184 Grade of 2 amber 1.12401.164 Grade of 1 durum 1.104 01.114 Grade of 2 durum 1.09401.104 1 red durum 1.07401.004 To arrive 1.064$ Coarse Grains 2 yellow corn 92 f? .93 To arrive 91 ® 3 yellow corn 90 at .93 To arrive 89 0 4 yellow corn 89 0 .90 5 yellow corn 87 ® .88 2 mixed corn .88 fi> .90 TO arrive 88 ® 3 mixed corn 87 ® .88 To arrive 86 <0 4 mixed corn 86 ® .87 5 mixed corn 85 ® .88 2 white oats 464® .484 3 white oats 45% ® .464 To arrive 45% ® 4 white oats 434® .45% Barley, ch to fey 62 ® .63 To arrive .58 ® Barley, med to cd 58 0 .61 TO arrive 56 ® Barley, lower gds 52 » .57 To arrive 53 ® 2 rye 96' • 01.004 To arrive 96’ ® No. 1 flaxseed 3.27'® 3.31 4 To arrive 3.274 <93.304 DULUTH R4NGF Duluth. Sept 28.—(Pi— Open High Low Close Durum- Sept 1.184 Oct 1.19 1.184 1.17% 1.184 Dec 1.22% 1.234 1.214 1.224 Rye— Sept Dec 1.03 1.034 1.03 1.034 Flax- Sept 3.34% 3.34% 3.31 3.314 Oct 3.35 3.35% 3.314 3.324 Nov 3.38 3.38 3.33% 3.344 Dec 3.35 3.35 3.32 4 3.33 MINNEAPOLIS RANGE Minneapolis, Sept. 28.—<P>— Open High Low Close Wheat— Sept 1.334 1.344 1.32% 1.33 Dec 1.384 1.394 1.374 1.37% May 1.464 1.47 1.45% 1.45% Rye- Sept Dec 1.02% 1.03% 1.024 1.034 May 1.10 1.10 1.004 109 Oats— Sept .49% .404 .49% .49% Dec 514 Al 4 Al .514 May .55 .55 .54% .54% Flax- Sept 3.36 3.30 3.314 3.31% Oct 3.304 3.304 3J14 3.324 Dec 3.34 3J64 332 3.324 May 3.30 3J6 3J5 3J5 Barley- Sept 85 .05 .044 .044 Dec 604 .08% .00% May 734 .734 .73 .734 CHICAGO GRAIN TABLE Chicago. Sept 28.—<P>— Open High Low Close Wheat- Sept. 1.274 1.304 1.27 1.274 Dec 1-344 1454 143% 143% March .... 1.404 1.414 1404 148% May 1.4«4 1.454 1.434 1.43% Corn— Sept 40 40 40 JB4 g*- • 40% JO 404 March .... 1.01 IJI4 1404 140% May 1434 1484 148% 1484 Oats— Sept 524 434 414 48 Dec 434 484 414 43% March .... 46% 40% 40 40 May 47% 414 474 47% Rye— «•* 1424 1484 Doe- 148% 1484 148% 148% March .... 1.184 1.144 1.184 1.144 May . 1.18% 1.18 1.11% 1.18% Lard- Sept 1149 get U 46 1145 1047 1148 SO* 11.17 11.17 11.19 1148 Dee. 1140 1140 1149 1147 MV 18.12 12.15 1110 1810 lilOS— Sept ....... ..... 1140 O™ .* ••••• •••«• ..... 1140 Bellies— 9* 1145 1145 11.45 114 ft f» n 1840 1840 1148 1845 MOX 1140 RANGE OF CARLOT SALES Minneapolis, Sept. 21—(*)—Range of carlo* grain sales: Wheat-No. 1 dark northarn 143%; No. 1 northern 1414 to 1444; Mo. 1 Bard spring 140 to 1414; No. l bard winter 148%; No. 1 mixed durum 1.184. Corn—No. 1 mixed 18%. Oats—No. 8 white 45% to 41 Rye—No. 1 08% to 1.81 Barley—No. Bii to it; sample M. Flax-No. 1 844 to 341 NEW YORK POULTRY New York, Sept. 81—((P>—Poultry live steady; unehaogtd Grossed steady; turkeys, frees 88 to Me; froaen S 5 to die. THE BISMARCK YKimjINE., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1929 STOCK PRICES TURN ABRUPTLY UPWARD OR SHORT CDVERIWG Market Presents Ragged Ap pearance at Close, Due to Large-Scale Selling BULL OPERATIONS REVIVED Auto Stocks Under Pressure; Public Utilities Among Of ferings Knocked Down New York. Sept. 28. <AP> The stock market encountered further large scale selling Into today's two - hour session, but short covering turned prices abruptly upward. Bullish oper ations in a few specialties were re vived. The market presented a rath er ragged appearance at the close, however. Trading was in large volume for a Saturday session, with total sales ap proximately 2,100,000 shares. Automobile stocks were again un der considerable pressure. Auburn auto dropped 25 points, but rallied about 10 from its low. General Mo tors, Studcbaker. Nash and Marinon sagged a point or two to new lows for the year. U. 8. Steel dropped 4 points to a new low for the movement at 222, but regained its loss:;. Such shares as Oeneral Electric. Columbian Carbon, and Columbia Gas dropped about 4 to 8 points, then rallied brisk ly, closing with small net gains. American Power and Light. North American, Westinghousc Electric, American Water Works. Republic Steel, U. 8. Industrial Alcohol. Sim mons and Macy sagged 3 to 4 points. A. M. Byers, National Biscuit and Air Reduction were bid up about 4 to 6 points, and such shares as Atchison. Baltimore 6c Ohio. American Can and Standard Gas rose 2 or 3 points. The closing tone was fairly steady. BISMARCK GRAIN (Furnished by Russell-Millcr Co.) Bismarck. Sept. 28 No. 1 dark northern $1.14 No. 1 northern 1.14 No. 1 amber durum 97 No. 1- mixed durum 87 No. 1 red durum .87 No. 1 flax 3.04 No. 2 flax 2.99 No. 1 rye 78 Barley .47 Oats 37 Speltz. per cwt 1.00 Hard winter wheat 1.01 Dark hard winter wheat 1.02 LIVESTOCK REVIEW South Bt. Paul. Minn., Sept. 23. (AP-U.B.D.A.)—lncreased receipts of cattle were the main influence behind a 25c to 50c decline on practically all classes for the week. Generally plain quality of a great share of the cur rent supply of cattle only added to an already slow market. Fed yearlings during the period sold upward tj $14.60, with the bulk of the grain-feds selling at sl2 to sl4, while mast of the grassers turned at $8.50 to $lO. Grass-fed cows bulked at $6.50 to SB. heifers $7.75 to $9.25. low cutters $5 to $5.25. cutters $5.50 to $5.75. and bulls $7.75 to $8.25. Yealcrs closed the period mostly $1 lower, with bulk of the good lights within a range of $1440 to $15.50 selling at sls and up. 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Tenor —Also KDKA KWK WSM WSB WIOD WCFL WSMB W .1/ WREN KFAB 7:3o—Concert Orch —Alan WJR WLW KWK WREN KDKA KYW WIOD ■ :00—Favorite*—Alao KDKA WJR KYW WREN WEBC KWK KSTP WTMJ B:3o—Real Folks Sketch-Alsn KDKA KWK KYW WREN WLW WJR 9:oo—Cabin Night* Negro Life—Also KDKA KYW KWK WJR WREN 9:3o—Empire Builders—Aim KDKA WJR WIAV KYW KWK WREN WTMJ KSTP WEBC WKY WBAP KPRC WOAI 10:00—Amo* "n 1 Andy (from WMAQ)—AIso KDKA WJR KYW KWK WREN WTMJ KSTP WEBC KOA KSL WDAF WLW 10:13—Slumber Music with String Ensemble (45 min )—Also KDKA WREN butchers and sows, these ruling mostiv 50c lower. Better grade 170- to 230- pound weights sold at $10.40 to $10.50. with desirable butchers scaling 230 to around 270 pounrds at $9.75 to $10.40. some heavier weights cashing down to around $9. Sows bulked at $8 to $8.25. with smooth butchery kinds at $8.35 or better. Bearish tactics on the part of pack ers forced declines of mostly 50c on slaughter lambs, while narrowed In quiry resulted in about the same de cline on feeders. Bulk of the medium to choice lambs cleared at $11.25 to $12.25 late, with thin throwouts largely at $8.50. Most fat ewes sold at $4 to $5. culls $1.50 to $3, steady. Tcedcr and stocker steers during the past week declined mostly 25c to 50c under a rather indifferent demand from finishers. Choice half fat kinds sold up to $11.50, most of the good western stockers at $lO to sll, bulk all miockers $8.25 to $9.50. Stock pigs were mostly steady with a week ago. most sales out of first hands being made at $9.50. Increased supplies and nar rowed inquiry found prices of feeding lambs about 50c under a week ago. Desirable range feeders cleared from $11.40 io sl2. with lower grades down to $10.50. while bulk of the native feeders sold at $lO. NEW YORK EGGS New York, Sept. 28—(/P)—Eggs firm; receipts 11,207; mixed colors, fresh gathered extra 47 to 49c; Pacific coast white extra 60 to 63c. Cheese steady; receipts 243.203. FOREIGN EXCHANGE New York. Sept. 28— i/P>—Foreign exchanges irregular; demand: Great Britain 4.84 3-4; France 3.91 3-4; Italy 5.22 7-8; Germany 23.81; Nor way 26.64; Sweden 26.78; Montreal 99.25. CHICAGO PRODUCE Chicago. Sept. 28.—(A*!—Butter un settled, receipts 10635 tubs; creamery extras 45' a ; standards 44; extra firsts 43 to 44; firsts 40 to 42; seconds 38 to 39. Eggs unsettled; receipts 6398 cases prices unchanged. f Minneapolis Stox 1 ♦- Bancorporation 98 First Bank Corp 55 3-4 f KFYR 1 ♦- ♦ MONDAY. SEPT. 30 A. M. B:3o—Jigger drawer. 9:oo—Markets. Happiness hour. 10:00—Weather, markets, varied mu sical program. 10:30—World bookman. 11:00—Markets, varied program. 11:50—U. 8. bulletins. P.M. I:os—Markets. I:3O—A. P. and Bismarck Tribune news flashes, markets and weather. 2:oo—'Tone pictures. B:oo—Musical Jamboree. 6:4s—Baseball. 6:so—Newscasting. 7:oo—Standard selections. 7:SO—A. P. and Bismarck Tribune news and sport flashes. WORK WANTED EXPERIENCED woman desires a pos ition as housekeeper on farm or city. Call at 320 Thirteenth street or write Tribune, care of Ad. No. 42. YOUNG MAN wants work. High school graduate. Will take any kind of work. Phone 242-M. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BOtJLDER DAM—LAS VfttiAS ANSWERS to 100 Important questions —advance Information for you—in Illustrated booklet endorsed: First State Bank, Las Vegas; State En gineer, Carson City. Send $1 today. Boulder Dam Information, Inc., Las Vegas. Nevada. _ SHEEP #ULL mouth - breeding ewes, either car lot (nt less, also nine Ramboulllet bucks. A. J. Sylvester, Mandan. N. Dak. REAL ESTATE FOR RENT—A good location for butcher shop it Jamestown. N. D. Inquire Rex Hotel, Jamestown, N. D. WANTED TO BUY MfflEL HdEeTTn good town of 1600 or more, state amount of business add kind of fix tures. www Bex 82, Mclntosh, S. Dak. MALE HELP WANTED WANTED—A man to sell the com plete HB line of Compressors, Arc Welders. Battery Chargers. Platers to Garages. Filling Stations. Factor ies. Easy terms make selling easy. Ample commissions for the right man. Close factory cooperation. No objection to salesman carrying one or two non-competing lines. Ad dress Bob White. HOBART BROTHERSTro.v, Ohio _ WANTED Immediately, men—women. 18-55, qualify for steady govern ment positions, $125-5250 month; experience not required; vacations with full pay; common education. Many needed soon. Write, instruc tion Bureau. 478. St. Louis. Mo. HUSTLING men for valuable posi tions. immediately, t local or travel*. Selling experience not necessary. See manager. 214 W. Rosser. 12 to 2 or 5 to 6 afternoons. RELIABLE man to distribute and col lect store route your county, no jell ing. Pleasant, permanent work; ex perience unnecessary. Write Pcri.s Mfg. Co. : Florin. Pa. FEDERAL DISTRIBUTORS get big money! No capital or experience needed. Write FEDERAL PURE FOOD CO.. 2301!_Archer, Chicago. WANTED—SingIe man on dairy farm with some experience. Write Louis J. Garskc, Bismarck. N. D„ or phone 686-W. WANTED-Two men. Do not apply unless experienced. Hofterson's Top and Body Works. Phone 1498. WANTED—Tirst class painter for out of town work. Call at 1014 Tenth. Phone 477-R. MEN— Learn bartering. Catalog free. Moler Barber College, Butte. Mont.; rargo, N. D. FEMALEIIF.LPW ANTED WOMAN WANTED FOR TRAVEL ING POSITION. Open October loth, not married, entirely unincumbered, between 25 and 40. Good education essential. Salary, bonus and trans portation. Give age. education, ex perience. F. E. COMPTON tS: CO., 1002 N. Dearborn, Chicago. S3O TO S6O Weekly showing America’s finest dresses—Maisonette Frocks. Stunning styles. Loveliest fabrics. Direct from factory prices under sell stores. Samples, with complete equipment free. Experience unneces sary. Ward-Stilson, Drpi. B-921. Anderson. Ind. ADDRESSING envelopes at home, spare time. Earn substantial pay weekly; experience unnecessary. Dignified employment for honest, sincere persons. EMPLOYMENT MANAGER. Box 57. Naperville. 111. MAKE MORE money selling exclu sive line engraved Xmas Cards. Largest commissions. Free outfit. ARTCRAFT ENGRAVING CO., 117 N. Wells. Chicago. WANTED—Thoroughly competent maid for general housework. Two In family. Highest wages for right party. Write Ad. No. 34, care Trib unc. LADlES —Steady sewing and em broidering. good pa’,; write immed iately. Hand Made Ilkr. Co.. 130 N. Michigan. Chicago. TEACHERS? two year normal grad uates needed immediately for rural schools. Montana Teachers Agency, Baker. Mont WANTED — Competent girl for gener al housework, no conking, no wasli _ tn S fall at 802 Ave. B WANTED—Competent girl for gener al housework. Call at 406 Sixth street, or phono 431. WANTED—GirI for general house work. Inquire 217 Seventh street or phone 579-R. WANTTSD—GirI for general house work. Call phone 837-W. AGENTS ' MAGIC GAS EQUALS GAS 3:’GAL LON. NUWAY CLEANER removes dirt, grease, tar from automobiles quickly without soap or water. Two guaranteed products. Used by larg est Bus Companies. Circulars, let terheads, labels with agent's name furnished. Free particulars and proof. *’3 MAGIC GAS BLDGS." Alexandria. Ont.. Canada. MEN, WOMEN, make big money sell ing Amity Greeting Card? for Christmas and all occasions. Biggest deal on market. Write for catalogs 10 and 11 giving all particulars. Splendid opportunity for a business of your own. AMITY GREETING CARDS, 1104 So. WABASH. CHI CAGO. KG OHIO CORPORATION recks manager for unoccupied territory. Liberal commission. Earnings start immediately. Good fer $5,000 year ly. We furnish stock, deliver and collect. Previous experience un necessary. Fyr-Fyter Company, 1920 Pdy-Fyter Bldg., Dayton. Ohio. 810 MONEY SELLING Personal Christmas Greeting cards. Hand some Sample Book free. Highest Commission. Lowest Prices. Un usual imported novelties. Roches ter Art Co., Rochester, N. Y. 810 MONEY year round appointing agents. No canvassing, delivering or investment. MOTHER HUB BARD FOODS, 550 Congress, Chi cago. WANTED-^-Agents to buy old, wild: or blemished horses for slaughter. The Elder Horse Sale Co., James town, N. Dak. SALESMEN BELL STAFFORD S ENGRAVED CHRISTMAS CARDS Box Assortments, Calling Cards, and Personal Stationery. As high as 45 per cent COMMISSION Prices reasonable. $lO sample book free. Write for Illustrated folder. Stafford Printing Company. 211 Stafford Building. Colo. SALESMAN—We have good opening for local representative to sell keg Wine-Grape Juices and Cordials direct to professional and business men. We furnish leads and will make attractive offer to producer. California Vineyards Company, 205 Plymouth Bldg., Minneapolis. BALESMEN WANTED Two salesmen for Bismarck and Mandan districts for fa mous well-known Patrick Dulußa line of woolens for entire family. Samples furnished. See Mr. Pond, Grand Pacific Hotel. LOST LOST—Female Boston Terrier, brown and white. Reward. G. L. Oulllck son. 210 Ave. B west. Phone 827-M after 5. ROOM AND BOARD BOAi&D Akb ROOM In modern home, gentlemen preferred. Close in. reasonable rate. Call at 420 Second street. High Classified Afartisiag Rates Effective Jan. 3, 1928 1 Insertion, 25 words or under .. .75 2 Insertions, 55 words or under. ..85 3 Insertions, 23 words or under 1.06 1 week, 65 w ords or under .... 1.45. Ads over 25 words. 3c additional per word. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY RATES 90 Cents Per Inch All classified ads are cash In ad vance. Copy should be received by 9 o'clock to insure insertion same day. THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE PHONE 32 REAL ESTATE GRIFFIN STREET—Five room mod ern bungalow, brand new, basement garage, immediate occupancy; $5500. MANDAN STREET—Five room mod ern bungalow with fire place and basement garage, new, immediate occupancy, $6000.00. HANNIFIN STREET—Six room dwelling strictly modern, spick and span, $6500.00. THIRD STREET—EIeven room house, two fire places, hot water heat, close in. very desirable for a room ing house, cheap at S6OOO 00. FIFTH STREET—Five room stucco bungalow. A-l condition, garage, cheap at $4900.00. EIGHTH STREET—Six room mod ern house, sleeping porch, double garage, beautiful lawn and trees, $5500.00. NINTH STREET—Five room modern bungalow at only $3500.00. TENTH STREET—Five room modern bungalow. 3 bed rooms, sun porch, at only $4350.00. THIRTEENTH STREET—Five room modern cottage, cheap at $3100.00. DO YOUR REAL ESTATE BUSI NESS with the busiest dealer in the city. YOU CAN ALWAYS BUY CHEAPER through a reliable dealer than you can direct lrom the owner. F. E. YOUNG. DOC TORS CHEAT the Knife lor Life—visit the clinic of Dr. T. M. MacLachlan • Harvard) who has CURED HUN DREDS by his Alkaline Blood Treatment. Herbs, Roots and Bark, and who can CURE YOU. Clinic, rooms 6-8. Lucas Blork, Bismarck, N. Dak. <NO KNIFE'. * JtOOMSJTOJBJIENT _ FOIt RENT—Nice warm room in new modern bungalow. Also free room to girl in exchange for a few cvc nmgs work. Call at 709 Third Mice). Phone 1231-J. ATTRACTIVE ROOM—Very nicely furnished in a large beautiful home, real close in. Gentleman only. Have also a garage for rent. Inquire 502 Seven)h street. FOR RENT—Two large furnished rooms newly decorated in modern home, with board. Reasonable rates. Phone 204-J. 11l Washington street. FOR RENT —Large modern room with twin beds in go«vl home, suit able for two gentlemen only. Photic 1152 or call at 415 Fourth street. FOR RENT Large furnished sleep ing room in modern home, suitnble for one or two, board it desnrd. Also garage for rent. Phone 1214. FOR RENT Furnished or unfur nished room in modern home, heat, light and water included. Close in. Call at 109 Mandan street. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room for otic or two in good modern home. Gentlemen preferred. 506 Fifth street. Phone 678-W. FOIt RENT —Nicely furnished room m modern home, suitable for two. one block lrom postoffice. Call at 222 Third street. TOR RENT—Two furnished or unfur nished light housekeeping rooms. Good location. Call at 522 Third street. Tom Nassif. FOR RENT—Sleeping room in mod ern home, suitable for one or two, gentlemen only. Call at 117 First street or phone 195-M. FOR RENT—One large room hi modern home. Close in. City heat, $17.09 for one or $20.00 for two. Phone 872. FOR RENT—Large pleasant sleep ing room nicely furnished. Suitable lor one or two persons. 610 Avc. A. Tel. 613-M. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished sleep ing room in new modern home, gentlemen preferred. Call at 709 Fifth street. LARGE nicely furnished sleeping room for one or two. Breakfast if desired. Phone 132-LM evenings or Sundays. FOR RENT—Desirable furnished sleeping room in modern home. Phone 1410 or call at 706 Fourth street. _ _ FOR RENT—Nicely furnished sleep ing room in modern home, close in. Call at 404 First street or phone 536. FOR RENT—Three room apartment. Water heated. Furnished or unfur nished. 414 Twelfth street. FOR RENT—Large modern room, ex tra warm, two blocks from postof fice. Call at 208 Rosser Ave. FOR RENT—Large beautifully fur nished room in modern home. Close in, ladies only. Phone 498-W. FDR RENT—Two modern rooms by day, week or month. Phone 678-J or call at 411 Ave. A. FOR RENT—Furnished sleeping room, close in. Call at 316 Third street. HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOE SALE*" FOR SALE CHEAP—S22S mahogany davenport and chair like new $95.00; breakfast set, table, 4 chairs $12.00; Eureka cleaner, all attachments, perfect condition; other articles too numerous to mention. Phone 907. FOR mirror, kitch en cabinet, daybed and other furni ture. Call at 207 Mandan street. FOR SALE—A child’s crib and laun dry stove. Call at 923 Seventh street or phone 548-M. FOR SALE—Kitchen range, cheap for quick sale. 607 Sixth street. Phone 1297-R. FOR SALE—A Majestic range, priced reasonable for quick sale. Call at 120 W. Rosser. REAL BAROAINB in household fur niture, 516 Hannafin Ave. Call any time. FOR RENT—Piano, in first class con dition. Call at 808 Seventh Street BARGAINS in used furniture. Ken nelly Furniture Co., Mandan, N. D. V It HOUBKS AND FLATS • | Poft kttNT—Jfflne rootn stueeo KM with garage, strictly modem. Ju four bedrooms, full basement, hard wood floors and sun parlor. Mu] oc seen to be appreciated, locate at 413 West Thayer. Inquire 1 rear, 413'j W. Thayer or pjMl 459-J. Also the downstairs- of] small bungalow, five rooms cou pletely furnished. | BUNGALOW FOR RENT—New! decorated. Two bedrooms, strict! modern, electric stove, near wq school, garage. Immediate posse! sion. Phone 982 or call at 211 Wd Rosser. | FOR RENT—To adults" only. Pud nished five room modern house,7l good location. If interested wrtfl Tribune, care of Ad. No. 37. | FOR RENT—New five room modal bungalow, hardwood floors, 4 closet] built-in cupboards, heated garagi Address No. 40, 1 FOR rent—Five room new modem bungalow, full basement, garage ana laundry room. Phone 871-W or cal at 1029 Seventh street. 1 VERY ATTRACTIVE six rdom~ag| bath bungalow, block school beautiful lawn, shrubs, basemen garage. Priced for immediate saM Telephone 1518-J. _ fl FOR SALE—Modern bungalow, twl bedrooms, built-ins. Oarage. A ban gain. Phone 982 or call at 211 N| Rosser. | FOR RENT—Four room modern house by October first at 623 Seta ond. Write Tribune in care of Ad No. 41. J SMALL'COTTAGE east side, garagJ lawn, shrubs, priced very low, an ideal buy. Telephone 1518-J. | FOR RENT—Newly decorated housl Apply E. H. Weber, care G. P. Hold on Saturday or Sunday. | FOR RENT—We have two all‘modi ern houses. Close in. Phone 2l| day times. I FOR RENT—New- modern five room house at 221 Eleventh street. Phonfl 616-R. | FOR RENT— Six room modern houJ at 701 Front street. Phone 321.^1 APARTMENTS | FOR RENT—In modern home, ntJ two room furnished apartment, aj so a two room apartment wifn kitchenette. Close in. Call at stl Seventh street or phone 981 -R. | FOR - RENT—Three room" apartmeil completely and exceptionally vd furnished. Ground floor. Plenty <d heat and hot water. Call at 120 M Rosser. 1 FOR RENT—A furnished three~rooiH apartment on ground floor, elected range and private entrance. Clod in. Call at 118 First street or phod 672-J. | FOR RENT—Two or three rood furnished apartments in tha Lad rain apartments. City heat, am ways hot water. B. F. Flanagad phone 303. | WANTED—By October Ist. Bmu apartment, one room and kltchad ette. Close in. Prefer city stead heat. Write Box 171, Bismarck, l| Dak. I FOR RENT—Two or three room unfl furnished apartment in moderfl homo Gas stove. Close in. Phonl 214-W after 6:30 or call at 614 Rod srr d FOR RENT—An unfurnished two ol three room apartment, hot watd heat, also furnished sleeping rooms Inquire 111 Ave. A West. FOR RENT —Furnished a part men! hot water heat, private entraned close in. Call at 217 Eighth stred after 5:09 p. m. d FOR RENT—Three room apartmenfl ground floor, private entrance. Gad at. 211 West Rosser or phone 982. H FOR RENT—Furnished apartment ofl ground floor, $35.00 per month. Cad at GlB Sixth street. I DIAMONDS direct from imported and cutters at great savings. Guad anteed. Wrist and pocket watchd at bargain prices. Liberal allowand offered on old watches. Cash or ad proved credit. Watch repairing (ed pert work). Mail orders prompt! taken care of. James W. Maud Office at 108 Third street, south d Hotel Prince, Bismarck, N. Dak. J WE JUST received our full lineoflfd jackets, stag shirts, flannel ebirtfl heavy blazers, gloves, also a coed plete line of Star Brand hood shoes and oxfords. Open evening! Capital City Clothing Store, Jad Sloven, 121 la Fifth street. d FOR SALE—Registered Shorthad bulls, red, roan and white. Rad terod Oxford and Ramboullld yearling rams. Registered Durd Jersey boars. Farm 3la miles nord of Bismarck. Struts and Nagel. 1 FOR SALE—New Economy khd cream separator, 600 pound size, ad so registered Duroc Jersey boad Strulz & Nagel stock. Casper Xrtad at farm li-a miles north of Bid marck, Trail No. 6. Jjf FOR - SALE—Labrador and ' Cheed peake puppies from retrieving atood males sls. females $7.50. Ship at id weeks. Guaranteed to please. Uod E. Alexander, Scobey, Montana. M FOR SALE —Choice canary singed imported German Rollers, Chopped and Harz Mountains. Cages, aeed treats, etc. Phone 115-J, Jacob Bttfl Dickinson, N. D. Box 728. | FQR^ALE—Lady's HbeautifuT ' 'HM plush coat with large fur ahawl cod lar and fur cuffs. Bixo 42 aai-d bargain. Call at 210 Second still or phone 1111-R. g Springer Bpanlel. Call at Id Seventh street or phone 218-J. Old cnce Hanson. FOR SALE—Fresh fislfafH.'d Bridge at the river. Phono Hid for delivery. FOB SALE—RADIOS | FOR SALE—Crosley Bandbox 8 tad table model radio. Complete add tubes, Temple speaker, A, B and d batteries. Set in A-l oondHMd Cheap. 1013 Fifth street. FOR SALE—Grebe radio and speaker. Plume 638 or 447. jg USED CABS d SCHOOL BUS; need ooe? We hdf it. Seven passenger Hudson HdK run 14,200 miles, in perfect oHH tlon and priced to sell. Don't dl to see this car If you are In aaaH a bus or seven pamanpar aHijH bile. BTEEN Oft--Hi Second street. u P6R SALE OB THAU* IIM roadster, Bufschtu* lantlMKd most new, original eoat ttMMNyH Registered German Pottot Bhl dl consider a coupe. Phone HMftd call at. old forty beat I—dlPilM! river.