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CORN CARRIES WHEAT ANDOATS DOWNWARD WITH THE TODAY » , Estimates of Crop Increased • Today; Dearth of Important • Buying Hurts Corn Chicago, Oct. 11.—(AP)—All cereals took r biK slide to a lower level of values today owing mainly to bear ish effects of the government crop report about corn. The corn market registered a maximum loss of 4c a bushel, with rallies only fractional. Despite some evening up for the double holiday ahead, wheat dived down 2 l*2c sympathizing with corn market weakness and influenced also by persistent lack of export call for wheat from North America. Corn closed unsteady 3 to 3 3-4 c a bushel lower than yesterday's fin ish. (Dec. 78 7-8 to 73 l-Bc, May 82 3-8 to 7-8 e). Wheat closed nervous 1 5-8 to 2 3-8 c down. (Dec. 78 3-8 to l-2c. May 83 5-8 to 7-80. Oats 1 1-8 to 1 3-8 e off. and provisions varying from 17c decline to a rise of 12c. Corn prices suffered more today from dearth of important buying sup port at times than from any unusual pressure to sell. The sharp break in the market, however, forced Into ope ration a number of orders to sell out holdings of future delivery contracts, and this circumstance did much to prevent rallies. Advices were at hand that husking returns were con tinuing to be a disappointment to growers, but for at least the moment such news was ignored in view of the official report pointing to corn pro duction of materially greater volume than of late has in general been ex pected. . , Wheat and oats traders took their cue largely from the action of corn. Besides, European markets made but little response to yesterday’s upturns in wheat values on this side of the Atlantic. There were also reports of improved prospects for whit crops in Australia, where the total output of wheat thisT season according to pri vate estimates Is 190.000,000 bushels. Provisions sagged with grain, and with hog values as well. Among the advices today telling of husking returns smaller than had been looked for were messages from southeast Nebraska saying fields which were expected to make 20 to 25 bushels are showing but 10 to 15. Illinois dispatches reported that husking indicated corn around Uhenoa will not average above 25 bushels. MINNEAPOLIS ‘Ft'TIJHES MINK LOWER AT CLONE Minneapolis, Oct. 11. — (APl—Wheat futures prices ambled aimlessly near tiie low end of the range for quite a spell today and finally dipped sharp ly because of fresh weakness in stocks and a desire to even up for the double holiday. The market was stubborn for some time 'but steadied after the initial break and faded quickly when pressure de veloped. Minneapolis December closed at 2 to 2 l-8c lower and May 2 l-8c lower. (’orn futures dipped better than a cent at the opening because of the government crop estimate and later lost another cenL.on week-end even ing up. Oats demand was bearish. Bye opened 1 3-8 c lower. Barley trade was limited. Flax futures dip ped at the opening and declined 5c on account, of country stop-loss sell ing. Cash wheat tone was fairly steady huyers were slightly indifferent. Winter wheat offerings were too light to make a market. Durum was strong and light offerings were in good demand. Cash corn offerings were light' and demand was fair to good. Oats de mand was good. Rye demand was good and prices were up. Barley de mand was sluggish, except for- the choice malting. Flax offerings were heavier than ‘stlmated and demand was fair to rood. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK Chicago. Oct. 11.—(AP)—(U. S. D. A.)—Cattle 500; compared week ago fed yearlings strong; weighty steers 25 to 50 higher; she stock generally 25 lower; bulls 25 to 50 higher and vealers 25 to 60 lower; stockers and feeders 25 up on active market which absorbed range crop at 6.50 to 8.25; packing yearlings and heavy feeders selling at 8.50 to 8.75: best 8.90; best yearlings topped at 13.35, new highr supply ftrictly good and choice kinds unusually large; selling mostly at 12.00 to 13.00; best heavy steers 12.60; bulk well finished offerings 11.00 to 12.00: about 10,000 western grassers in run. Sheep 3.500; today’s market nom inal: for week 328 doubles from feed ing stations; 16.000 direct; compated week ago fat lambs 50 to 75 higher: yearlings showing upturn: fat ewes and feeding lambs 25 higher; in stances more; market closed on down trend under liberal receipts; native lambs reached 9.25; practical top 9.00 paid rather freely for both native and range lambs; closing bulk good and choice native ewe and wether lambs 8.25 to 8.50: desirable rangers 8.50 to 8.75: native bucks 7.25 to 7.50; throwouts 5.00 to 6.00; fat ewes 3.00 to 3.50; range feeding lambs 6.00 to 7.00; practical top 7.25. Hogs 10.000, Including 7,500 direct; fairly active; 15 to 25 lower; top 9165; bulk 170 to 220 lbs. 9.40 to 9.60; packing sows 7.50 to 8.75; compared week ago mostly 15 to 25 lower; packing sows around 25 higher: ship pers took 2,000: estimated holdovers 1.000; ILgM lights, good and choice 110 to 16n lbs. 9.o'* to 9.45; light weights 160 to 200 lbs. 9.25 tcK9.6O: medium weights 200 to 250 lbs. 9.40 to 9.75 nominal; heavyweights 250 to 350 lbs. 9.40 to 9.75 nominal: packing sows, medium to good 275 to 500 lbs. 276 to 560 lbs. 7.35 to 8.75: pigs, good and choice 100 to 130 lbs. 8.00 to 9.15. Chicago. Oct. 11.— (AP)—Poultry, alive. 2 cars, 8 trucks, steady, prices unchanged. Butter 7.467, firm; creamery ex tras 37: standards 34 1-2; extra firsts 35 to 30; firsts 31 to 33; seconds 29 to 30. Eggs 6,014; steady, prices un changed. Cheese, per pound: Twins 18 1-2; Daisies 19: Long Horns 18 1-2: Young Americas 19: Brick 19 1-2; Limburger $1 to 22; Swiss 27 to 30. CHICAGO POTATOES Chicago, Oct. 11.— (AP)— (U. S. D. A.) —Potatoes 182. on track 413. total U. S. shipments 1.141: slightly easier, trading very slow; Wisconsin sacked Irish Cobblers 1.70 to 1.90; few fancy shade higher, poor 1.50 to 1.60: Min to 1.60; North Dakota sacked Cob- River Ohios 1.70't0 1.83; ordinary 1.35 biers 1.60 to 1.70: Minnesota Round Whites and Cobblers 1.55 to 1.65; ,poor 1.25 to 1.50; Idaho sacked Russets 2.00 to 2.15; U. S. No. 2. 1.75 to 1.85. DULUTH CASH GRAIN Duluth. Minn.. Oct. 11. <AP>— Close: Flax on track 1.73 to 1:76: to arrive 1.73: Oct. 1.73; Nov. 1.74'1-8; Dec. 1.75; May 1.81 5-8. Wheat. No. 1 dark northern 80 7-;.8 to 83 7-8 c; No. 2 do. 78 7-8 to 81 7-B<*: No. 3 do. 72 7-8 to 78 7-8 c; N0.,-1 northern 79 7-8 to 87 7-8 c: No. 2 do. 77 7-8 to 80 7-8 c: No. 1 amber durum 71 3-8 to 78 3-8 c: No. 2 do. 70 3-8 to 78 3-8 e: No. 1 durum 69 3-8 c: No. 2 do. 69 3-8 o: No. 1 mixed durum 69 3-8 to 72 3-8 c: No. 2 do. 68 3-8 to 72 3-8 c: No. 1 red durum 69 3-Bc. Oats. No. 3 white 33 1-4 to 3-4 c. No. 1 rye 45 3-8 to 47 3-Bc. Barley, choice to fancy 48 to 51c; medium to Rood 45 to 48c; lower grades 38 to 45c. RANGE OF CARLOT SALES Minneapolis. Oct. 11. — (AP) —Range of carlot. grain sales: Wheat: No. 1 dark northern, 83%; No. 2 dark north ern. 80%-81%; No. 2 mixed wheat. 65%: No. 3 hard winter. 76%: No 1 durum. 70%; No. 2 amber durum. 81% to 81%. Corn, No. 2 yellow. 82-83*-». Oats. No. 2 white. 32%. Rye. No. '2, 41%-49%. Barley. No. 2. 41-52. Flax. No 1. 1.73%-1.80. < MINNEAPOLIS POTATOES Minneapolis. Oct. 11. — (AP) — <U. S.‘ D. A.) —Potatoes, very light wire In quiry. demand and trading verU slow, market dully, too few sales reported to quote- FOREIGN EXCHANGE New York. Oct. 11. — <AP> —Foreign exchanges irregular Demand: Great Britain 4.85 3-4: France 3.92 1-$: Italy 5.23 1-4: Germany 23 77; Nor way 26.74 1-2; Sweden 26.84 1-2; Montreal 100.08 3-8. CHICAGO PRODUCE New York Stocks | CLOSE, OCTOBER 11 Adams Express 21 % Alleghany Allied Chemical and Dye 203 Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing.. 41 Lfe American Bosch Magneto 27*4 American Can 11«T* AmericaniCommercial Alcohol.. 13% American and Foreign Power... 39% American International 27% American Locomotive 30% American Power and Light..... 05 American Radiator 21% American Rolling Mills 38% American Smelting and Refining' 65 American Sugar Refining 45 American Teleph. and Telegraph 195% American Water Works 76 American Wool pfd 20% Anaconda Copper 36% Andes Copper Mining 16 Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe... 202% Atlantic Coast Line 123% Atlantic Refining ... 25 Auburn Auto 81 Aviation Corporation 4% Baldwin Locomotive 27 Baltimore A: Ohio 86 Barnsdall A 17% Bendix Aviation 19% Bethlehem Steel 73% Borg-Warner Corporation 17% Brunswick-Balko 13 Burroughs Adding Machine ... 26 .Calumet and Arizona 4.0 Calumet and Hecla 40 Canadian Pacific .. 171 Canno Mills 20 Case. J. I 121% Cerro de Pasco 36 Chesapeake & Ohio 41% Chicago Great Western 7% Chicago Great Western pfd. ... 27 C., M., St. Paul & Pacific 9% C., M., St. Paul & Pacific pfd... 14% Chicago & Northwestern 49 Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific. 78 Chrysler Motor 18 Colorado Fuel and Iron 35% Columbia Gas and Electric .... 44% Columbia Grapbophone ........ 11% I Commercial Solvents,. new .... 18% Commonwealth and Southern... 10% Consolidated Gas ' 95% Continental Baking-A . ,23 Continental Can 48% Continental Motor .vr'./.... 2% Continental Oil of Delaware.l3% Corn Products .’ , 77% Cream or Wheat 30 Croslev Radio 11 Crucible Steel 65% Cuba Cane Sugar pfd» 1% Curtiss Wright 4% Du Pont 99% Eastman Kodak IS9 Eaton Axle and Spring 18% Electric Auto Lite 35% Electric Power and Light 50% Erie Railroad 36 Firestone Tire and Rubber 17 Fox Film A 35% Freeport Texas 35% General American Tank Car.... 70% General Electric, new ......... 54% General Foods 51% General Gas and Electric A .... 6% General Mills 44 % General Motors 35% General Railway Signal 65 Gillete Safety Razor 37 Gold Dust 33% Goodyear Tire and Rubber 41% Graham Paige Motor 5 Great Northern pfd 66 Vi Great Northern.lron .Ore 19 Great Western Sugar .15% Grigsby Gruaow ..........'. ~."... 5% Houdaille Hershey 5% Houston Oil * 54 Hudson Motor 22% Hupp Motor 8% Independent Oil and Gas 17% Indian Refining 7% International Combustion Eng.. 3% International Harvester 61% International Match pfd 68 International Nickel of Canada. 18% Int. Telephone and Telegraph.. 26% Johns-ManviUe ............... 69 Kayser, J. 17% Kelvvnator 9 Kennecott Copper 27% Kolster Radio 2 Kresge, S. S 27% Kreuger & Toll 25V* Kroger Grocery 25% Loew's, Inc 53% Mack Trucks '48% Mathieson Alkali 35 May Department Stores 35 Mexican Seaboard Oil 16% Miami Copper 9% Mid-Continent Petroleum 19% Missouri, Kansas & Texas 28% Missouri Pacific 42% Montgomery Ward -23% N.tsh-Motors 31% National At* Lines j National BWruit ti 'H National Cash Register /33- National Dairy Products .«/ 43 National Power and Light 33% Nevada Consolidated Copper... 10% New York Central 140 New York, N. H. A Hartford... 93 Norfolk & Western 215 North American 85 Northern Pacific J 59 Oliver Farm Equipment 6% PacificGa* and Electric 50% Pacific Lighting 66 Packard Motor-i-. 10% Pan-American Petroleum J 3 .... 49% Paramount-Fambus-Lasky .... 48% Parmelee Transportation 5% Pathe Exchange 3% Penney. J. C. 47% Pennsylvania Railrdad 67% Phillips Petroleum 22% Procter & Gamble 67% Public Service Corporation N. J. 83% Pullman Company 59 Purity Baking 55% Radio Corporation 24 Radio-Keith-Orpheum 21% Remington Rand 19% Republic Iron and Steel 20 Reynolds Tobacco B 45% Richfield Oil of California .... 8% Royal Dutch Shell 44 Safeway Stores 62 St. Louis & San Francisco 67% Schulte Retail Stores 6 Seaboard Air Line 2% Sears Roebuck 55 Servel, Inc 4*4“ Shat tuck. F. G 30% Shell Union Oil 10% Sinunons Company 17 Sinclair Consolidated Oil 15% Skclly Oil 20% Southern Pacific 106% Southern Railway 70 Sparks-Withington 14% Standard Brands 16% Standard Gas and Electric .... 78 Standard Oil of California ...... 53 Standard Oil of New Jersey *.... 56% Standard Oil of New York 27 Stewart-Warner Corporation. .. 20 % Studebalter Motor 26 Superior Steel 8 Texas Corporation 44 Texas Pacific Ld. Tr 15% Timken Roller Bearing 53% Underwood Elliott 72 Union Carbide 62 Union Pacific ;. 200 United Aircraft 37% United Corporation 23% United Fruit 71% United Gas Improvement 31 U. S. Industrial Alcohol ........ 60% U. S. Realty and improvement.. 36% U. S. Rubber 13 U. S. Steel ;.. 148% Utility Power and Light A 25% Vanadium Corporation 49% Warner Pictures 18% Western Maryland- 18 Western. Union. 139% Westinghou.se Airbrake 35% Westlnghouse Electric aad Mfg. 111% Willys-Overland Motor 4% Woolworth Company . 62 . BISMARCK GRAIN *. hy Russell-Mlller Co.) - October 11 No: 1 dark northern .. .62 No. 1 northern 61 No. l a niber durum 50 Nol.l mixed durum ......'. 48 .No. 1 red durum 48 No. 1 Flax 1.49, No. 2 flax 1.44 No. 1 rye : 28 Barley .'. 35 Oats .30 Speltz 6» Dark hard winter wheat 56 Hard winter wheat .59 CHICAGO CASH GRAIN Chicago. Oct. 11.—(AP)—Wheat No. 1 hard 78%. Corn Nq. 1 mixed 85%: No. 1 yellow 55%-87; No. 4 yellow 85 1-2: No. 5 yellow (new) 77 1-2; No. 1 white 92 1-2: sample grade 67 to 73 (new). Clover seed 16.75 to 24.25. Oats. No. 1 white 36 1-2. Timothy seed 7.75 to 8.00. Lard 11.45: ribs 14.50: bellies 15.00. MINNEAPOLIS FLO* R Minneapolis. Minn.. Oct. 11. — (AP)— Flour unchanged. Shipments 43,862. Bran and standard middlings un changed. CLEARING HOLS& STATEMENT New York. Oct. 1L (AP) —The weekly statement of the New York clearing house shows: Total surplus and undivided profits $12,894,800 increase. Total net demand deposits (aver age* $124,603,000 increase. Time deposits (average) $28,745,000 increase. Clearings week ending today $6,- 635.672.016. Clearings week ending Oct. 4, SB.- 060.652.655. Clearings this day $1,355,638,464. THE, BISMARCK TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1930 STOCK ADVANCES CANCELEDTODAY * BY NEW SELLING Decline Is Regarded as Normal Reaction From Violent Upturn Friday New York. Oct. 11.—(API—A back wash of Rellfng cancelled a substan tial portion of the violent advances qf the previous session in today’s stock market. The decline was regarded in Wall Street as a normal reaction from the swift rebound which marked a climax in the selling movement of the past month, and the fact that large-scale necessitous liquidation appeared to have been accomplished brought re lief to strained nerves. The market was calm, but trading was fairly active. Total sales approximated 1.730,000 shares. Profit taking by traders wli o bought around yesterday’s low levels probably was a factor in the day’s price movement, for the market will be closed Monday. Columbus day. and traders are normally inclined to lighten accounts before a two-day closing. U. S. Steel closed only a point low er. Declines of 2 to 4, however. In cluded Consolidated Gas. Electric Powe rand Light. DuPont. North American. American Telephono and Union Carbide. Westinghouse lost 5, and Eastman 6. Allied Chemical dropped 9. Fox Film sagged 2 points, but General Theatrics closed only a fraction lower. The closing tone was weak. Bankers stated that yesterday's climax bad been met without organ ized action on their part, which was regarded in brokerage circles as con clusive evidence of a much more stable situation than pessimists had thought existed. DULUTH RANGE Duluth, Oct. 11.—(A*> — Durum— Open High Low Close Oct. . . ' 69 % Dec 71% .72 .70% ~70% May ... .76% .76% .74% .74% Rye— Dee 46 .47% .46 ' .46% May .. .51% Flax —- Oct. . . . 1.76 1.76 1.72 1.73 Nov. . . . 1.76% 1.76% 1.74% 1.74% Dec. . . . 1.77.. 1.77% 1.75 1.76 May . . . 1.84% 1.84% 1.81% 1.51% MINNEAPOLIS RANGE Minneapolis, Oct. 11.—(£*) — Dec. ... .76 .76 .74% .74% May . . . .80Vi .80% .79% .79% Rye— Dec 47 -. .47% .45% .46% May ... .51 .51% .50% .50% Oats — * Dec 32% .32 71, .32% .32% May . . . .35% .35% .35 .35% Flax— .... Oct 1.12 Dec. . . . 1.78 .1.78% 1.73% 1,74% May . . . 1.85% 1.85% 1.81 1.81% Barley-r- Dec 43 .43% .41% .41% May ... .47% .47 Vi .45% .45% chicagV range . Chicago, Oct. 11.— (/V) — Wheat— Open High Low Close Dec. . . . ■ .78% .79'* .77% .77% March . . .82% .83 .81 Vi ,81% May . . . .85% .85% .83% .88% July . . . .86% ...80% .84% .84% Corn— Dec. . ’. . .«1% .81% .78% .79% May . . . .82% .82% .80 .80% May . . . .84% .86 .8214 .82% July ... .85% .55% .83% .83% Oats— Dec. . . . .37V* .37% .36% .36% March . . .38% .38% .37% .38% May ... .40 -40 Vi' -39 .39 Vi . Rye— Dec 49 Vi .49% .47% .48% March . . .»S% .53% .52% .52% May . . . .38% .55% .43% 43% Lard— Oct. . . . .... 11.35 1 1.30 11.50 pec. . . . 10.45 10.45 10.40 10.40 Jan. . . / 10.35 10.35 10.30 10.30 Bellies— Oct. , 13.62 4&n. ... 12.26 MINNEAPOLIS CASH GRAIN Minneapolis, Oct. 11.—i/P) — Wheat— Delivered To Arrive 15 % protein 1 dark nor. .80% .83% .78% .79% 2 dark nor. .76% .80% 3 dark nor. .71V* .77% 14% protein 1 dark nor. .80% .83% .78% .79% 2 dark nor. .76% .80% 3 dark nor. .71% .77% 13% protein 1 dark nor. .80% .83% .77% .78% 2 dark nor. .76% .80% 3 dark nor. .71% .77 % 12% protein * 1 dark nor. .78% .82% .77% .78% 2 dark nor. .76% .79% 3 dark nor. .71% .76% Grade of 1 dark nor. .7876 .82% '.86% -7774 2 dark nor. .767* -.7*% 3 dark nor. .70% .74 7fc tirade of 1 northern. .787* .827* .76% .777 k 2 northern. .75% .77% 7 3 northern. .69% .73 7* Montana Winter Wheat 14% protein 1 D H W or 1H W . . . .79% 797* 13% protein 1 D H W or 1H W . . . .7 874 78% 12% protein 1 D H W or i.i w. .. .77% ..... .77% Grade of IDHWor 1H W . . . .77% .77% Minnesota and South Dakota Wheat 12% protein 1 D H W or 1H W . . . .767* .75% -.76 7k .78% Grade of 1 D H W or 1 HW . . . .76% .78% .76% .78% Duma* Ch. 1 amber .75% .70% .75% .80% 13% protein , 2 amber . . .74% .79% Grade of 1 amber . . .64% .05% 2am bar . . .64% .65 % Grade of 1 durum . . .63%, .64% 2 durum . . .62% .03% L rd. durum .09% .70% .08% Coarse Grain Corn— -2 yellow . . .SI .82 .79 3 yellow . . .80 .81 .77 4 yellow . . .78 .79 5 yellow . . .77 .78 2 mixed . . .70 .77 .75 3 mixed . . .75 .70 .73 4 mixed . . .74 .74 5 mixed . . .73 .74 Oats— •/ 2 white. . . .31% .32% 3 white. . . .31 % .31 % .31 % 4 white. . . .30Vi .31 % ’ : Barley— Ch. to fncy. .51 .54 .40 Mdtn. to gd.. .42 .50 .39 Lwr. gds.7. .37 .41 ’ .38 ..... - flye— No. 2. . . . .46% .4-9% .46 % Flax— No.l v . • • L«9% 1.74% 1.69 Vi 1.72% FINANCIAL REVIEW New York, Oct. 11.— (/P) Ghosts of last autumn’s collapse rambled through the financial markets this week as selling orders were dumped upon the security und grain ex changes, causing stocks to break through the November lows, wheat and corn to lose must of last week’s improvement, and domestic bonds to yield some of their hard-won ground. However, cooler heads in Wall street refused to be frightened. Basic conditions, especially in credit, are radically different from those of a year ago, it is pointed out, and theie is no vast and flimsy structure built oh loans to topple with a crash. Stocks sold by persons who bought for investment at higher levels and by embarrassed margin traders have been absorbed in an ordcily manner, and recent declines, although persistent, have been gradual; in other words, there has always been a mar ket, which was not the case during the height of the hysteria last fall. Failure of a stock exchange firm— the second lu less than two weeks— was unsettling, for it came after some discouraging reports from business. Chief of these was the 3 per cent de cline in steel operations, a bit of in formation that brought a prompt re action in Ihe share market. The Bra silian revolution, with its depressing effect on Latin-American bonds, also increased tiie nervousness in specu lative circles. In the absence of any constructive news from trade, shorts in the stock market felt confident of their posi tion, and not until yesterday was there a rally of consequence. Pressuie was especially noticeable against the leading shares, such as U. S. Steel, Weatinghouse, American Telephone, General Electric, consolidated. Gas, and the investment rails. In some quarters it was argued that the break in higli-priccd shares and issues sell ing at a relatively high ratio to earn ings was due and that it would be beneficial, since it might bo expected to stimulate investment buying, which bad been withheld because of small yields available in such stocks. S. ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK REVIEW South St. Paul. Oct. 11.--(AP U.S.L*. A.)—Light steers and yearlings ruled 25 to 60 cents higher, medium and heavy weights steady to strong, she stock strong to 25 cents higher, bulls 25 cents higher, vealers 50 cents lower. The general market on light and butcher hogs ruled'about sleody, sows and light lights, however, clos ing 25 cents higher, pigs 75 cents higher. Lambs closed mostly 50 cents higher, ewes strong to 50 cents higher. Choice mixed yearlings established a new top for over four months when a load sold at $12.65, several other loads of light steers and yearlings cashing from $lO to $11.75, a few up to sl2, with less finished kinds at $9 to $9.75. esßt grassers from range territory scored at $8.35, with bulk at $5.50 to $7.50. Most cows cleaved at $4.25 to $5.75, Heifers $5 to $6.60. best rangers s7.s'*, low outers anrl cutters $3 to $4, and bulls $4.25 to $5. Good anl choice vealers closed at $lO to sl2 mostly. * At tiie close most of the lights and butchers in tiie hog division sold at $9.25 4.9sotostmlluetnoinslirdßietaion $9.25 to $9.40. light lights $9 to $9.25, while sows bulked at $7.75 to $8.25, a few $7.50, more desirable kinds up to $8.50. The advance in the lamb market found bulk of the ewe and wethers at SB, rueky kinds $7, throwouts $4.5*1 to $5.50, and fat ewes $1.50 to $2.&0. Feeder and Stocker trade was of fairly wide volume, and ruled steady to 25 cents higher for the week. A 16-car string of desirable yearling and 2-year-old Montana steers sold at $8.65 straight, with choice stock calves at $8.75 to $9, while bulk of all steers cashed at $5.50 to $7.75. Stock pigs at the advance hulked at $9. Most of the 55- to 65-pound range feednig lambs cashed at $5.75 to $6.25, a few choice blackfaces up to $6.50, with native feeders largely $5 to $5.25. MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN REVIEW Minneapolis, Oct. 11.—(AP)—Gen eral weakness in securities market, large Russians shipments, rainfall in Australia and Argentina and con tinued lack of important foreign de mand for North American wheat tended to depress the wheat market during the week ending Friday. Octo ber 1. The wheat market made new low ground. December declining at one time to 73 1-2 cents. However, a quick rally of 3 1-2 cents ensued. Receipts of cash wheat continued to grow smaller and with demand good premiums on cash wheat were firm to higher. December declined 4 5-8 cents for the week, closing Friday at 77 cents. Durum showed independent firm ness. (*ash durum was also in active demand. All durum showing - satis factory milling, quality was strong, Rye sit owed a somewliat firmer tone. December declined 3 3-4 cents for the week, closing Friday at 48 3-4 cents. December oats declined 2 7-8 rents for the week, closing Friday at 33V>e. grains were weaker, following the Cash demand was good. All feed lead of wheat and corn. Continued weakness in all grains brought about further liquidations in barley despite present low levels. December declined 3 1-2 cents for the week. Closing Friday at 43 l-2c. Flax trade was spasmodic. Decem ber flax declined 10 cents for the week, closing Friday at 1.79 1-2. NEW YORK PRODUCE . New York. Qct. 11.—(AP)—Butter R. 006; irregular: creamery, firsts (88 to 91 score) 34 to 39 1-2.' Cheese 166,315; steady. Eggs 12.- 436; firm. Mixed colors, regular packed, medium firsts 20 to 22 1-2; refrigerator extra first 23 1-2 to 24 1-2; first 22 to 23; seconds 20 to 21 1-2; medium .firsts 20 to 22: nearby hennery brown, extra 35 to 37; extra first SO to 32. Other grades un changed. Poultry dressed steady, unchanged. Live poultry irregular, chickens, hy express 20 to 27c; leghorn fowls, by freight 20c; fowls, by express 18 to 270; roosters by freight 15c; express 16c; ducks, hy freight 22c. BOSTON WOOL Boston. Oct. 11.—CAPffc-The volume of business Jn the wool market dur ing past week was very moderate with several houses reporting prac tically po demand. Territory 56's and 48, 50's was slightly more active than during.previous week, while the finer grades were less active. Prices con tinue somewhat irregular but toward the close of the week the market showed a firmer undertone owing to a firmer trend in the Australian mar ket. LIBERTY RONDS New York. Oct. 11.—(AP) Liberty bonds close; Liberty 3 1-2's 101.6; Liberty Ist 4 1-4’S 102.11; Liberty 4th 4 1-4's 103.12; Treas. all blank. MINNEAPOLIS STOCKS First Bank Stock 23V1 Bancorp . . .j 0-1 i CHICAGO STOCKS Corporation Securities 18% Insuil Util. Invest iti% Midwest Util, (new) 23% WISCONSIN CHEESE Plymouth, VVls., Oct. 11. (AIM Wisconsin cheese exchange for the week: Twins 16 l-2c: farmers call board; Squares 16c; Horns 16c. CURE stocks New York. Oct. 11.—(AP)—Closing curb prices; Cities Service '. 24% Electric B. K. S 55% Standard Oil. Ind 12%. Revolters Win and Threaten to Take Parana Stronghold (Continued on from page one) Sao Paulo, Matto Grosso, flic de Janeiro, Espirito Santo, Bahia, Goyaz, and Sergipe, In some of the latter states, especially Matto Gros.-o and Bahia, there are strong revolutionary centers.” William R. Castle, Jr., acting secre tary of state, announced the action of the American government today. A statement by the department said, however, if the vessel did proceed to Brasilian waters it would be solely to take off Americans. "In view of the uncertainty as to the future situation in Brazil." the department said, “it has oeen felt prudent to have a ship near the zone of disturbance to take off American refugees, should such action be neces sary for the protection pt their lives. “There are no American naval ves sels now in Brazilian waters and the Pensacola is the only ship being or dered to stand by for this duty. If future developments require it to pro ceed from Guantanamo to Brazil it will do so merely to take off Amer icans whose lives might be in danger. This would be the sole object of its visit to any Brazilian ports.” GOVERNMENT DECLARES FOR ‘NO COMPROMISE’ Rio de Janeiro, Oct. 11.—(J s)—Gov ernment spokesmen declared today there would be no compromise with the revolutionists who are operating in the states of Rio Grande du Sul, Minas Geraes, Parahyba and other localities. The government is pre pared for a campaign of several months if necessary. The government is taking over for outfitting as naval vessels three com mercial steamers which will be trans formed into transports and armed for fighting. ' The government has issued a call for all army and police reserves of the federal district up to the age of 40 for active duty to put down the revolution. Army reservists of be tween the ages of 21 and 31 through out the country were called out sev eral days ago. Successes of the federal armies operating in the rebel state df Minas Geraes were reported today. The Sao Paulo Journal said yester day the revolution had encountered serious resistance among the rural population but that this had been overcome with two promises, one of secession and the other of an oppor tunity to sack the City of Sao Paulo. The paper also declared that the principal purpose of the revolution was to put an end to the federal union but that it also had other plans, including that of reducing Sao Paulo ‘‘to Zero.” BRITISH WARSHIP IS SENT TO PERNAMBUCO Port of Spain, Trinidad Oct 11.— tJ Y )—The British warship Delhi left here last night under orders to pro ceed at full speed to Pernambuco. Brazil. It was understood the ship was to stand by at that port for the protec tion of and. if necessary, the evacua tion of British and other foreign citi zens in Brazil. AMERICAN CRUISER MAY GO TO BRAZIL Washington, Oct. 11. uT) The cruiser Pensacola has been ordered to Guantanamo and will stand by there to proceed later to Brazilian waters if it is necessary to take off American citizens as a result of the revolution in that country. HEAR TROOPS MEETING AT PORTO ALEGRE Bucuqs Aires, Argentina. Oct. 11 (^’i—The Porto Alegre correspondent of La Nacion in a radio dispatch to day said special advices were received in that city that the federal garrison in Santa Cruz, state of Rio de Jan eiro, had mutinied and was joining the revolutionists. Insurgent troops at Minas Geraes were prepared to launch a violent of fensive against federal forces, advices said, and were planning to employ 10 bombing planes in their operations. CLAIM ATTEMPT TO LAND TROOPS FAILS Porto Alegre. Rio Grande do Sul, Oct! 11.— (A*)— The destroyer Maran hoa attempted to land federal forces at Sobituba, Santa Catharina, during the night, an official revolutionary communique said today, but was re pulsed by heavy insurgent fife. The communique said the forces landed but were forced to take to their boats and return to the Maran hoa. The destroyer exchanged fue with the rebel forces for about 40 minutes and then withdrew. Immediately afterward the insur gent forces occupied Imbltuba, a small port of which Sobituba is a part. Imbituba is located about 100 miles south of Florlanopolts. Another official bulletin said mo bilization of rebel troops in the south was proceeding and that 50.000 sol diers were in the field. More than 30.000 men were said to constitute the vanguard of this army, under Trifino Correia, and already to have established contact with the enemy beyond Annitopolis. DOHENY ASKED TO GIVE ACCOUNTING . IN FRAUD ACTION Stockholders of Petroleum Com pany Charge Multimillion aire With Conspiracy Los Angeles. Oct. 11.—(A*)—A suit for an accounting charging Edward L. Doheny, multimillionaire oil oper ator, and the Richfield Oil company C/ith conspiring to defraud certain tock holders of the Pan-American Western Petroleum company, was on file in federal court today. John C. Blythe, St. Louis, who said lie represented all Class B stock holders In Pan-American Western, filed the suit. He charged Doheny sold a controlling interest in the com pany to Richfield for a “wholly in adequate and unconscionable sum” because of a fear the government would be victorious in an oil lease cancellation suit against the Pan- American company. The cancella tion suit is under consideration in federal court here. Besides Doheny and the Richfield company, the suit names as co-de fendants the Petrol :um Securities company, the Pan-American Western Petroleum company, J. C. Anderson, Fred Ritter, C. W. Smith and R. M. Sands. An accounting was demanded to de tcnnfne the sum of money Doheny allegedly received from Richf.'-ld for transfer of the controlling 150,000 shares of stock and Judgment was asked for the value of the stock, placed at not less than SSO a share. Scandal Is Recalled The oil lease accusations of the Harding administration were recailed by the suit in a demand for an ac counting of the expenditures made by Pan-American because of the alleged conspiracy and “wrongful acts” be tween Doheny and former Secretary of the Interior Albert B. Fall. Assets of the Pan-American West ern Petroleum company, according to the suit, consisted of the stock of the Pan-American Petroleum company. KFYR • SUNDAY. OCTOBER Vi 550 Klloojple*—S4s.l Meter* 10:25 —Weather report. 10:30—Church net-vice: First Presby terian rhurch. 12:00—Weather report. MONDAY. OCTOBER 13 <>::>o —Early risers’ club. 7:oo—Farm flashes. 7:10 —Weather report. 7:ls—Farm reporter In Washington. 7:3o—Special bulletins: U. S. depart ment of agriculture. 7:43—Meditation period. B:oo—Shoppers’ guide program. 9:oo—Sunshine hour. 10:00—Opening grain markets; weath- er report. • 10:10—Aunt Sammy. 10:57—Arlington time signals. 11:00—Grain markets. 11:05—Organ program: Clara Morris. 12:00—Grain markets; Bismarck Trib une news and weather; lunch- P.M. eon program. 12:25 —Voice of the wheat pool. I:ls—Music. 1:45 —Grain markets: High, low, and close: Bismarck Tribune news, weather, and St. Paul livestock. I:ss—Farm notes. 2:oo—Musical matinee melodies. 2:30 —Siesta hour: Good News radio magazine. 3:00 M usic. s:oo—Stocks and bonds. 5:15 Bismarck Tribune sports items. 5:25 —Bismarck Tribune news. 5:45 —World Bookman, i; .00— Vour Dinner hour. s:43—Newscasting. 7:oo—Studio program. . B:oo—Music. I Weather Report ♦ * Temperature at 7a. m «... IS Highest yesterday 49 Lowest last night 46 Precipitation to 1 a. m (i 2 Highest wind velocity S (<B>EKAIi Hi: I*oliT Tempt tr?. Prc. Station— Low Jligli in. Bismarck, N. D., cloudy 46 -39 .t»j Amarillo, Tex., tain... 66 74 ,24 Boise, Idaho, clear Chicago, ill., clear 62 so .no Denver, Colo., cloudy.. 58 76 .06 Dos Moines, Ja., dear.. 60 so .00 Devils Lake, N. D., cldy 44 48 ,02 Dodge City, Kan., clear 62 78 .18 Havre, Alont., cloudy.. 38 46 ,01 Helena, Mont., rain.... 36 44 .30 Huron, S. 1)., pt cldy.. 66 86 .00 Kansas City, Mo., clear 64 84 ,nu Lander, \\>o., pt cldy.. 40 60 ,<i4 Medicine Hat, Al„ cldy. 38 ,01 Miles City, Alont., cldj 42 48 .08 Alodena, Utah, pt ddj 34 42 .31 Moorhead, Minn., cldy. .'*2 66 .01 North Platte, Neb., cldy 60 86 .10 Oklahoma City, cloudy . 68 84 .00 Pierre, B. D., cldy 60 72 .ft* Ou’Appelle, Sask., rain 32 .. ,12 Kapid City, B. D., old' . 30 60 .01 Bosehurg, Ore., cloudy. 10 38 .00 St. Louis, Mo., clear... 66 8i .00 St. Paul, Minn., clear.. 60 84 .00 Salt Lake City, cloudy. 14 34 .16 Sault Bte. Marie, foggy 43 64 .00 Seattle, Wash.. foggy.. 40 32 .00 Sheridan, Wyo„ rain.. 44 30 .26 Sioux City, la., pt cldy. 64 88 .on Spokane, Wash., clear. 30 52 .00 The Pas, Man., know... 32 .00 Toledo, 0., foggy. 36 64 .00 Williston, N. I>„ rain.. 38 42 .02 Winnemucea, New. cldy 26 58 .00 OTHICR N. D. POINTS Temp. Station— » 8 a. m. Jamestown, raining 36 Valley City, raining 58 Brand Forks, raining 31 Fargo, cloudy 64 4VEATIIKII FORECASTS For Bismarck and vicinity: Prob ably showers tonight and Sunday. Not much change in temperature. For North Dakota: Probably sliow .ers tonight and Sunday, Cooler south east portion Sunday. For South Dakota: Probably show ers tonight and Sunday. Cooler east ami central portions Sunday,. For Iowa: Mostly fair and continued mild, followed by showers in extreme west portion tonight. Sunday partly cloudy, possibly showers and slightly cooler in west portion. For Minnesota: Partly cloudy, pos sibly showers in northwest and ex treme west portions; slightly warmer near Lake Superior tonight. Sunday mostly cloudy, probably showers in west and north portions; cooler in northwest portion. WEATHER OUTLOOK For Period of October 111 to IS For Iho region of the Creat Lakes; Showers about Tuesday or Wednes day, except the western portions of the upper lakes region, where showers probable Monday: mostly fair later part of week. Mild temperatures dur ing the first half of week; cooler lat ter half. For the upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys: Showers during first part of week and again near end. Mild temperature beginning of week, rather cool latter half. For the northern and central great plains: Showers beginning of week and again near end. Cooler Monday or Tuesday, rising temperature near end of week. For Montana: Unsettled tonight, showers in east portion. Sunday part ly cloudy; little change in tempera ture. WEATHER CONDITIONS The weather map this morning has changed very little in the last 24 hours, the low-pressure area being over the southern itoeky mountain and plateau regions, with light show ers general over this region north ward into Canada, east as far as the Dakotas, while elsewhere the weather is generally fair. Temperature changes have been unimportant. River stage at 7 a. m. today, 1.3 feet; 24-hour change, none. Bismarck station barometric pres sure at 7 a. m., 27.97 inches; reduced, 29.75. ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Offi ci a I i n Charg e. The latter company is alleged to have had a contract with the Petroleum Securities company for its entire crude oil output. In efiecting the as serted conspiracy to destroy the value of Class B stock in Pan-American Western. Doheny is accused of trans ferring the crude oil contract, making it impossible for Pan-American West ern to transact business. The plain tiff alleges Richfield Oil paid Doheny $7,500,030 through the Petroleum Se curities company in consideration oi the contract transfer. After obtaining a controlling in terest, Richfield is alleged to have dissolved Pan-American Western Class B stock. This the suit de scribes as "wholly inadequate and un conscionable.” Big Pitcher’s Wife Is Suing for Divorce Canton, Ohio, Oct. 11.—</P)—Bur leigh Grimes, pitching ace for the St. Louis Cardinals, was named defend ant in a divorce suit field in common pleas court here today by Florence Ruth Grimes of Minerva. Lost and Found LOST—A pair of shell rimmed glasses Thursday evening between Paramount theatre and Berg store. For reward bring to Speaks Gro cery. Salesmen SALESMEN ' ARE YOU HAPPY? Sell a quick easy sales unit for business men, bankers, and in vestment houses? Universal ap peal; prospects all around you; low price, which enables you to get volume. Large commissions and real money in bonuses. You will not need training of any kind. You can start rignt out making money. You can travel or represent us locally We have the greatest business library ever compiled; backed by such men jis B. C. Foroes, James H. Rand Jr., Roger W. Babson, John Moody and others who are known to hundreds of thousands of business men. Our men are making from S6O to S2OO per week. Write. Ask for details. Tell us all about yourself and. get established as a member of the finest organi zation of its kind in the world. Assure yourself of the oppor tunity of making more money than you have ever earned be fore. Jack Klein, Sales Manager B. C. FORBES PUBLISHING COMPANY. 120 Fifth Ave., New York. N. Y. WANTED—Salesmen to sell halional ly advertised product to Stores, Garages, Factories, etc. Easy to make $4.00 an hour or $500.00 or more monthly. Tested sales plan. No money required for stock. We deliver .and collect. Pay checks mailed on Saturdays. Big surprise waiting. Write Fyr-Fyter Co., 1996 Fyr-Fyter Bldg., Dayton, Ohio. Dead Animals Wanted DEAD ANIMALB WANTED —Quick service will be given removing yout / dead oi undesirable live animals such as horses nogs cows ana sheep all free of charge We cal) for one oi more large or small Write oi phone us pronutlt Northern Rendering Company Bit marck, N. D. Box 265. Phone 406 CLASSIFIED AD KATES All want ads are cash in advance m-mmum charge 75 cents Copy must be received at the Tribune of fice by 9:00 a m to insure insertion same day in the regular classified page. Cuts border or white space used on want ads come under the classified display rates at 90 cents per column inch per insertion. REGULAR WANT AD RATES 6 days 25 words or under $145 s days 25 words or under 1.00 i days 25 words or under 85 l day 25 words or under 75 Ads over 25 words " cents additional per word. The Tribune reserves the right to reject any copy submitted, also tc re vise any copy to conform with make up rules of Classified Advertising. Phone 32 The Tribune Wart Ad Department. Male Help Wanted DON'T BE a mis-fit Qualify for good positions. Catalog Free Mo ler Barber college, Fargo, N D Female Help Wanted ADDRESSING envelopes at home. Spare time sls-$25 weekly. Exper ience unnecessary. Dignified work. Send stamp for particulars. Par nusie, Dept. 571, New Brunswick, N. J. WANTED—(JirI for general house work. Write Tribune in care of Ad. No. 25. Work Wanted CALL US for your help. We want a middle aged housekeeper for all winter job on farm, also man and wife, no children, for farm. Bis marck Employment Bureau. Phone 538. _ __ WORK WANTED by teacher or lady with equivalent education compe tent to fill position of trust. Write Tribune Ad. No. 29. FOR RENT—Modern two story six room house with garage. Two or three bed room sets available with house if ne'cessary. Excellent con dition and choice location. FOR RENT—Modern four room cot tage. Bath, hot air furnace. FOR RENT—Four room bungalow with garage. Newly decorated. Fur nace heat. Gas stove and heater. FOR RENT—Five room modern bun galow in excellent condition and close in. Garage. I HAVE some very good bargains in houses for sale. It will pay you to see me before you buy. PRICE OWENS, Eltinge Block. Phone 278. Salesladies EARN SSO - WEEKLY Bell HERTEL PERSONAL CHRIST MAS Cards. Weekly pay! Exper ience unnecessary. Outfit FREE Hertel Co., 318 Washington, Dept. M-1041, Chicago. INSTRUCTION WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Men- Women, 18-50, qualify lor steady Government Positions; $lO5-8250 month; Paid yearly vacations; Common education; Experience un necessary; Many needed soon. Write Instruction Bureau, 478, St. Louis. Mo., quickly. SI7OO to $2300 year. POSTOFFICE OLERKS-MAIL CARRIERS. Men 18-45. Steady work. Common edu cation sufficient. Paid vacation. 25 coached FREE. Write today sure for full particulars. Write Tribune in care of Ad. No. 28. Apartments FOR RENT—Oct. 15 th, on Sixth street, furnished apartment in new home. Four rooms and private bath, all on main floor. Gas range. Private entrance. Write Trilpune Ad. No. 24. FOR RENT—On first floor,”furhisEe3 apartment, private bath. On second floor housekeeping room, suitable for two ladies or married couple. Also garage for rent. Call at 422 Fifth street. FOR RENT—Apartment~on " second floor, consisting of four large room, bathroom and kitchenette. Not fur nished, hot water heated. At 306 Thayer Ave. West. Phone 262-J or call G. O. Beithon, at 112 Thayer Ave. W. FOR - RENT—Modern four room apartment on second floor. Hot water heat and private entrance. Vacant Nov. Ist. Adults only. Call at 514 Seventh. FOR RENT—Modern two rejoin apart ment, partly furnished for light housekeeping on first floor, private entrance, downtown. Call at 118 First street. FOR RENT—In modern home,~cieari and comfortable furnished two room front apartment on ground floor. Call_at 614 Eighth street. FOR RENT—F % urclshed~three room corner flat, also a two room flat. The Lauraln apartments. Phone 303 B F Flanagan Prop. FOR RENT—Two room furnished apartment in modern home. Vacant October 6 Call at 924 Fourth street or phone 543-W FORTrent— NicelyTurnished apart ment in College Building. Call at Room 200 or phone 271-R. Wanted to Rent WANTED—By October 20, three or four room furnished housekeeping apartment. Three rooms and kitchenette satisfactory. Adults only. State price, also if heat, light and water are included. Address Ad. No. 26 in care Tribune. WANTED TO RENT—By reliable party, modern five or six room house, must have at least two bed rooms and gas furnace for healing. Write Bismarck Tribune in care of Ad. No. 27. t Livestock FOR SALE—Six registered Holstein cows from two to seven years old. Frank J. Splonskowski, 14 miles east of Braddock N D Fuk §ALE~TW breeding ewes. E. V. *Lahr, Bismarck, N. D. REAL ESTATE SEVEN ROOM house, modem, clom in, $4700.00. FIVE ROOM bungalow, facing park close in, $4200.00. TEN ROOM house, hot water beat, oak finish downstairs, big attic which can be arranged in rooms or apartments, splendid location for roomers or boarders, $7300.00. SIX ROOM bungalow, facing east on park, big lot, $5400.00. FOUR ROOM bungalow, modern, basement garage, big lot, only S2IOO. EIGHTY ACRES, adjoining city lim its, 60 acres under plow, splendid piece of land, make offers. 1 ADVERTISE NO HOUSES which were built just to sell. 1 HAVE TWICE THE BUSINESS on hand now that I had last year at this time. F. E. YOUNG. Room and Board BOARD AND room in modern home at a reasonable rate for gentlemen only. Call at 808 Ave. B. Rooms for Kent FOR RENT—Two sleeping rooms - in modern home, one with garage and private entrance, very desirable lor traveling man. Also modern two room furnished housekeeping apart ment. Call at 602 Third street or phone 1352. * ROOM FOR RENT—Nice ~ warm room on second floor with a large clothes closet, suitable tor one or two, could be used for light house keeping. Phone 1328-J or call at 402 Eighth street. FOR RENT—Close in, furnished tront sleeping room, ground floor, in modern home. Also 3 room mod ern unfurnished apartment. Adults only. At 309 Seventh street. FOR RENT—One large sleeping room furnished. Also for sale, ciieap, one Edison cabinet phonograph, Victor attachment. 222 West Main. Phone 1629-W. ROOM FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front private sleeping room ana new garage, opposite St. Alexius Nurses Home at 307 Tenth street or phone 921. FOR RENT—Sleeping room in "mod ern home, close in, suitable for one or two gentlemen. Call at 117 First ■street or phone 195-M. l“OR KENT—Nice clean south front room with large closet, suitable for one or two. Rent real reasonable. Close in. 112 Ave. A. FOR REN ishe d room in modern home, suitable for one or two. Phone 1407 or call at 712 Seventh street. FOR RENT—WeII furbished room with small kitchenette. Call at 411 Fifth street or phone 273 “The Hazelhurst.” FOR RENT—Nicely furnished front sleeping room, next to bath. Suit able for two. Board if desired. Call 1664-LW. WANTED—Roommate (girl) of pleas ing personality to share pleasant furnished room. Call “Ethel” at 1664-LW. FOR RENT—Furnished sleeping rooms in modern home. Close in. Call at 808 Main or phone 1544-R. FOR RENT—Furnished roonf bTtnod ern home, suitable for one or two. _ Phone 1407, 712 Seventh street FOR RENT—Furnished”sleeping iroom in new home. Call at 317 Tenth street. FOR RENT—Furnished” room. Phone 1427 or call at 301 Fourth street. Houses and Flats FOR RENT—Bungalow flatT living room, bedroom, 2 closets, bath and kitchen, electric stove and kel vinator. Heat and water furnished. Call at 409 Fifth street, Mrs. Kind schy. FOR RENT—Eight room modern house, 4 bed rooms, close in, SSO; 5 room modern house, Riverview ad dition, hot water heat, SSO; 5 room partly modern house. Geo. M. Register. FOR RENT OR SALE —Five room all modem house on pavement, rignt across from Roosevelt school. Re sponsible parties only. Phone 1276. FOR RENT—Choice unfurnished five room bungalow, to adults only. Gas heat furnished and garage room for car. Call at 723'i Mandan street. FOR RENT—AII modern five room bungalow with heated garage. New ly decorated and in good condition, heat. Phone 504. FOR RENT—Two cheap flats in my building at 1184 Sixth street. Some furniture and partly modem. H. L. Reade. Phone 239. FOR SALE—Bungalow, just complet ed, gas furnace, basement garage. Reasonable terms. For appoint _ ment phone 1754-J. FOR RENT —Five room modem house, gas range furnished, with heated garage. Located at 1010 Thayer. Call 291-W^ FOR SALE—Modern seven room house, 3 blocks from - mmediate possession. Harvey Har ris & Co. FOR RENT—Furnished ~six room house, modern, close in. Write Trib une, in care of Ad. No. 23. FOR RENT—Oct. Ist five room new modern bungalow at 221 Eleventh street. Phone 646-R. FdR RENt OR room modern house furnished. Phone 882-R. _ __ FOR RENT—Five room all modern house. Call at 221 West Rosser. Miscellaneous FOR SALE CHEAP—One fur lined overcoat, suitable for teamstei or truck driver, size 42; one neavy cloth overcoat, size 40; one coon skin overcoat for 15 or 16 year old boy; man’s grey suit, two pairs of trousers, size 38. Apply 711 Ninth street. NATIONAL CASH New and second nand. Over 500 styles and sizes. We have one to fit your business. W. E. Stitzei. rep resentative. Phone 1409. Bismarck. N. D. FOR SALE—Good registered Oxford and Rambouillet rams, yearlings and two year olds. Registered poll ed Shorthorn bulls, 15 months old. Strut? and Nagel Bismarck N D. FOR SALE—Potatoes and onions very cheap. We deliver free of charge. Call at 116 Sixth street. GOAT FOR SALE—Year and halt old female. Inquire J. E. Bayer, Gar rison. N. D FOR Earry Ohio potatoes. Wachter Transfer Cor poration.