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THE MU.NJUA 1 Ai AK 1 194Q Sues Cult 7 New York Stocks STOCK LIST DROPS TO LOWER RANGE SELLING CONTROLS CHICAGO MARKET, Female Help Wanted Help Wanted Male Htip Wanted "BUND ADD" Advertisement that cloat with a number, for example: "Write Tribune Ad. 324M," are "blind ads." These advertisement are confidential. In answering them please seal your answer in an envelope, address to the indicated number, in care of The Bismarck Tribune The advertiser will receive your answer promptly. FEBRUARY manage transfer house and keep ooou. otaie experience ana salary expected.

Write Tribune Ad. 37541. Buflineta Opportunity Travel Opportunity LEAVING for California soon. Room for two. New car.

Phone 183. Call at 217 7th. WOULD CONTINUE DIES COMMITTEE WASHINGTON (yP) Ttie house rules committee after a brief but stormy hearing and debate, unanimously approved and sent to the house Monday legislation to continue the Dies committee on un-American activities for another year. Administration leaders previously had agreed that the measure would be called up for passage Tuesday. The committee rejected pleas of Representatives Dempaey N.

and Casev (Dem, of the Dies group that the 'legislation be amended to provide certain restrictions on procedure of the investi- Rep! Voorhls had proposed that the Dies committee meet behind closed doors to go over prospective testimony and evidence, that no member make a public statement about evidence unless It had' been aDDroved bv the full commit tee and that efforts be msde to give persons accused a chance "as soon as possible" to reply. WAR LOAN OVERSUBSCRIBED OTTAWA (P) Cash Snhnrrlrjr.lon for Canada's $200,000,000 war loan reached 8321,278,850, an over-subscription of 60 per cent, the Bank of Can ada announced after the books were THE ESTATE dec1, after tlic flist inty, North Dakota, liirlelgh county, North Burleigh county, North Blttnarclt In Bur- "id larly presented a '8 Miss Irma Weber (above), 17, fUed suit in Los Angeles through her mother, Mrs. Ida Websr, for damages against the Reorganized Mazdaznan Temple association of Associates of God, with Henry Sorge, as co-defendant, charging she was betrayed six years ago. The complaint charges the girl was victimized under the guise of being taught the mysteries of life as a part of the religious cult's rites. MIND YOUR MANNERS Trade Mark Reg.

U. 8. Patent Office Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answering the following questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. Is it customary for a houseguest i give a gift to his hostess? 2. Is lt the housesuest's duty to keep his room neat? 3.

If the hostess has no servant, should a woman houseguest offer to neip with tne wort? 4. Is it good taste to sprinkle your conversation with phrases In a foreign language? 5. Should a mature woman speak of her contemporaries as wnat woum you qo ii A gift, sent to you directly from the store, arrives damaged. Would you taj xen tne person wno sent tne gift? (b) Notify the store? (O Accept lt and say nothing? 1 Yes. but not necessary.

All that is required Is that a bread-and-butter ote oe written promptly 2 Yes. 3. Yes. 4. NO.

5 No. Best "What Would You Do" solu tion (b). RETIRED ACTOR PIES MARTINSVILLE. IND UP Otis Harlan, 75, retired stage aad screen actor, will be burled here Tuesday. Harlan, who specialized in songs and comedy, died Saturday night.

to lower atmaspheU; pressure, in the cooling systems of autoes cllmbine Pike's Peak bolls at 187 degrees Fahrenheit. Clllll STOCKS NEW INDUSTRY NEEDS MEN MANUFACTURER will finance the Dimness ror a Jive-wire representative who will demonstrate new fast selling twin phone. Kicec so low that evervone can buv. To show TWINPHONE is to sell lt. Minimum dally earnings 815 per sale, inquiries invited from responsible man sea nu witn proven uw record.

Write EXECUTONE. INC. 418 Lexington New York City. GET IN touch with us if interested in trucking cream from your vicinity into us at Bismarck. Armour creameries, Bismarcic, n.

v. Furnished Apartments DESIRABLE three room, private oam, apartment, ubk uoors. uec-trie refrigerator. Private entrance. Gas heat.

Also attractive 2 room apartment. Adults. 318 Mandan St, Phone 1953. TWO ROOMS upstairs, 820. Two- rooms, sis.

une single room, iu. Large basement room, private entrance, 814. All furnished for light housekeeping. Washing privileges. 1014 Bdwy.

MODERN furnished 3-room apart ment, searoom, living room, Kitchenette, and two closets. Electric refrigerator. Close In. Phone 260. After 8 p.

m. call 512-W. Dr. Enge. FURNISHED downtown apartment Bearoom, living room, Kitcnen, oatn, two clothes closet.

Plenty of cupboard space. Electric stove and re-frlgerator. Inquire Tribune Office. APARTMENT, partly furnished, two rooms ana Kitcnenette, grouna floor. East screened porch.

Private entrance Water, gas, heat for- nlshed. 720 Rosser. Tel 1328-J IN RUE APARTMENTS, furnished and uniurnisneo 3 room au mooem apartments. Private bath. Laundry privileges.

Call 711 Ave. A. LARGE one-room and kitchenette apartment, ground floor. Well furnished. Refrigerator.

Washing privileges. $23 month. 113 Mandan. Phie637-J: NEW one-room apartments, completely furnished. New furniture New 3-room unfurnished apartment.

Available on or before Feb. 1. Call 1204. PLEASANT second floor three rooms and bath, furnished or unfurnished Convenient location. Private entrance.

508 West Broadway. Phone 1890-W. ONE basement room for light neepmg Everything rurnisnea. $15 00. Girl wants roommate In sleeping room.

702 6th. Tel. 2048. COZY little apartment?" nicely fur- two girls. Everything furnished Rent reasonable 819 5th.

FEBRUARY newly decorated, three rooms, bath, closets, rrigiaaire Laundry. $45 Custodian, College Bide, Phone 1849. ONE room and kitchenette furnlshlc apartment, private Datn. rrigiaaire. Always hot water.

Laundry privileges. 106 Main. TWO-ROOM furnished" "apartment, grouna noor, private entrance, Frlgidalre. On bus line. 523 7th.

Phone 2389-J. TWO-ROOM furnished apartment, i-arge ciotnes cioset. gverytmng iut-nlshed with laundry privileges. 222 WELL furnished kitchenette apart- dry. Haielhurst 411 8lh St TWO-ROOM apartment; -large isset, floor.

Available Feb. 1. 623 6th. Tel. 2689 TWO room comfortably lurnlshed grouna noor apartment, uignts included.

Close in. Call at side door, 604 3rd. TWO ROOM furnished apartment" Adults only. Gas and light furnished, $26. Phone 967.

120 Thayer. CAPITOL Court basement" ment, private oatn. ragioaire. uas lange. Everything furnished.

Call 1170 SUNNY living room, bedroom, kit cnen, private oatn. rnvait entrance. Close In. 322 1st. Phone 1844-R.

TWO rooms with dressing room and. Suitable two adult. Tel. 530. 722 ROSE APARTMENTS.

See Cus todian, zis 3rd st. or teiepnone 2170. Call 563-J after 6 p. m. ONE room apartment on ground floor.

$18 per month. 422 Firth at. inquire north side door. WANTED Exoerienoad housework. Must like children.

No cook in required, call at oov w. FOR SALE 100 head Hereford grade write Box 444, Big Timber, Mont. Work Wanted SPECIALIZED nursery school aad junaerganen leacner, university of Minnesota training. Experience. References Write Tribune Ad.

37537. Instruction UNCLE 8AM" 1940 JOBS. Men-women. $1260-2100 first year, with increase. Try next Bismarck examinations.

Get ready immediately. Sample coachlng-full particulars-list positions FREE. Apply. Write Tribune Ad. 37317.

Houses for Sale FOR SALE HAZELHURST Apart- went uuuse, tii out, DiemarcK. Communicate with Mrs. Minnie Pierce, 3623 Harriet Ave. Min-neapolis, Minn. Unfurnished Apartments preferred.

Please do not phone. 418 FOUR-ROOM, and private bath apartment. Frlgidalre. Also 2 rooms NEW 3 rooms, bath, basement, well- water, gas, neat, uiose in. 300 9th.

Tel. 377-M LOVELY three large roorns Private Dam. in new apartment ouuaing See owner at 422 7th IN NEW home, large 3 rooms, bath Keirigerator. ran: location. Bdwy.

Phone 1890-R. Sound A Reoordlna- equipment SCHOOL SYSTEMS RCA WEBSTER CHICAGO Si MILLION llenlnlx Snlea Hepalr. TECHNICAL RADIO SUPPLY CO. Wanted to Buy FROM owner's 1936 Chevrolet, PI mouth or Nash-Lafayette, 4-door sedan onl. Must be A-l shape.

WrteTrlbuiieAdL3T967 WE BUY and sell of trade" used sufu Peifectlon Cleaners, 509 Broadway Phon? 1707 Dry Cleaning JANUARY SPECIAL Suits and dresses, cleaned ana piesseo. wc, two lor $1.00. (Regular price $1 eacn i ony rressing onop Phone 485. Rooms for Rent THE MOHAWK, guest home for offers single or double rooms Waim and convenient to shopping able Call a 11 5th COMFORTABLE room with Beaut -rest mattress in modern home. Suitable for one.

Close in. Call at NICELY furnished large warm sleeping room. Centrallv located. Hot water always. Oentlemen, 715 2nd COMFORTABLE le rl rr room.

Phone 649. LARGE nicely furnished sleeping next to oatn. uooa wca-515 Mandan St. Phone 1422 BASEMENT sleeping room. Suitable ror one or two gentlemen, outsiae LARGE room with "two large closets.

2'u blocks from G. P. 507 4th, decorated, room, hot water heat, near bath? Always hot water. S22 6th. Phone 942-J.

SLEEPING room, suitable for one or two. Rent reasonable. Downtown. Call at 307 4th. Dead Animals WANTED: Dead stock with hides norsesrcffttie; neepr hogs removed promptly ana iree oi cnarge witnin a radius of 50 miles of Bismarck Phone 2313 collect, Immediately wnen a dead animal Is discovered Northern Rendering Bismarck FURNISHED Apartment in Fireproof Building Downtown.

Automobiles for Sale 1936-C 30 International truck, A-l shape. Good rubber. Also 4 yard hydraulic. Reasonable. Charley's Service Station, 200 6th.

1939 STANDARD Ford (85) Tudor. 8,400 miles. Winterized. Heater, defrosters. $150 down, balance 18 months.

Phone 12S6-J, 1937 DE LUXE Plymouth coupe Must sen immeaiateiy. ovo. write ino-une Ad. 37397. BOSTON Tsrrier, male, 5 Black and white.

Partly Write Tribune Ad. 37580 Household Goods for Sale COAL RANGES, eleciric stoves naces. electric refrigerators, oil stoves, gasoline stoves and heaters 315 So 10th Tel 518-R, Dressmaking WAfajsu uressmaking and altera tions, very reasonaDie. oi rosser Ave. Phone 387-W.

Houses for Rent THREE roams, bath, screened porci largs basement, gas furnace, water heeiLaw-njgardenKio 1063 STRICTLY "modern 6-room "house. Basement garage. Gas heat 406 Orlffln. For jnforma tion cal I 1 385 SIX room -311 modern house, ooubie garage 501 10th St Call Papacck Tailor Shop Phone 358 Officepace FOR RENT--Space "on second ftoor, suitable one or more offices facing street Building located on one of Bismarck's busiest street Will remodel If necessary to suit tenant on long term lease Write Tribune Aa 37243 Coal for Sale and wood for sale also gen-I trucking Mason, phone MID WINTER SALE! Suits and plain Dresses cleaned and pressed for only 50c. Phone 394 we call for and deliver.

Barbie's Dry Cleaners 601 Mem'l. Hwy. 30 years Id the 51igreifoneou5 foi Salt ONE famous Chromatic Aordlon, made by Rutta and Sarene.h contains fhe steel teed to each key, and 7 steel reeds on the baw-. switches on rear of kej board 49 notes, 115 keys, 138 basses and 2 switches Price nen, $750 Will sell, very reasonable Also one smailei size -it less than half Write L-Box 746, Dickinson Dak TIRES! Hurrj! Hurr While they last! Brand new Oooaear first line 6 00x16, only $9 95 and wur old UK Motor- TRACTOR tire. A few discontinued.

Type aoocyear. ir interested can or write C. Pfleeger, Tyler Cabins, Bismarck. FOR SALE-Very fine violin In good Loans AUTO LOANS, Furniture Loan. ot or used Car financing, write, phone, call.

Northwest Finance Dakota National Bank Phone mo, numarea, Office Equipment BARGAINS IN USED OFFICE EQUIPMENT Burroughs calculating machine Desk lamps. Stenographer's chair. A B. Dick Mimeograph, good con dltton, $70. Office desks, wood and metal.

Used Typewriter far Sale Underwood No. 6, $35.00. Underwood No. 3, 12" $25.00. Underwood No.

li Standard. $27.30. Underwood Standard, 11 $25. Underwood Standard, 14 ir, $32.50 Remington No. 10.

$15. Remington No 11, $17.50. One Used Error-No Copyholder, $10. THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE TYPEWRITERS, all makes, for rent ana saie on payments. Also aoaing machines, dictaphones, cash registers, chackwrlters.

All makes of typewriters repaired. Office STENOGRAPHER'S ATTENTION Line-a-tlme SAVES time. New and used machines. Just the thing when typing those long reports. For or demonatratlon.

(Closing Prices Ian. St) Air Redue 93 Alas Jun Ott AUegh Corp All Ch 175K Al Stores 8K AUil-Oh 37 Am Can Kennecot 38 Krease (88) 24 Ub-O-P Gl 49 Liquid Carb 18 boews Mack Tries Mar Field 13 Am Internat 6H Miami oop Minn Hon 50 Minn Mol 4 Mont Ward 51 Naah-Kelv 87 Am Li Am Rad fitt Am Kef 4611 Am at 17154 Am Tob 88 Nat Biscuit 24 Nat Can Reg 15 Nat Dairy Pr 16 Am Wat Wks 10 Am Wool Ft 48' Anaconda 26 Arm 111 SVl. Nat Distill Nat Lead A TS Atl Ref Avia Corp Bald Loco Nat Pr 6c Lt 8 2Ui cent 1574 No Am Avia 24 No Amer 21 Bait Sc Ohio 5 wo nemo 8 Ohio Oil 6 Otis Kiev 17 Pac Lighting 49 Packard 3 Param Pict 7 Pa the Film 9 Penney 94 Penn 21 Phelps Dodg 35 Phil Morris 89 Phillips Pet 40 Pills Flour 26 Proc it Gam 68 Pu Sve 39 Pullman 27 Pure Oil 8 Purltv Bak 14 Barnsdail Bendix Beth StI Boeing Air Borg War Brlggs Mfg Budd Mfg Butler Bros Cal St Hec Can Pac Case (J 1) Celanese Celotex Corp 9 uer rasco 37 Clies St 29K Chi it 516 Radio 1 St Pf A Chrysler Crp 82 Col Palm 174 Col El 6 '4 Cornl Scriv 13 Com it Sou 14 Consol Aire 23 Cons Cop 7T4 Don Edia S1 14 Con 011 7Vi Contain Coro 15 Vi Rem-Rand 9 Reo Motor 14 Rerjub Steel lv Rey Tob 41 oneway oi Schen Dist aears-Koe 11 Simmons Socony Vac 12 Cont Mot 3 Cont Oil Del 3374 Corn Prod 63 '4 Curtlss Wrt 94 Curtiss Wrt A 28 Douglas Aire 78 Dupont 180 East Kod 161 i Ry 16 Sperry Corp 43 Spiegel Inc 91 Stand Brands 7 Std Gas it to 4 Stand OU 26 Stan OU Ind 26 Stan Oil NJ 44 8tew War 8 Stone Sc Web 10 Studebaker 9 Swift St Co 23 Lite 35 'i El Pw Lt 6 Gen Elec 38 i Gen Foods 47 Gen Mills 86 '4 Gen Mtrs 5214 Gillette 61 Gimbel Bros 7s Goodrich 174 Goodyr TdtR 22 Texas oorp 44 Tim Roll 47 Trans Am Ttu Traer 5' Union Car 81 United Airlln 15 Un Airlines 46 United Coro If Ctf 15 Ry Pf 23 Greyhnd Crp 16 Un Gas Imp 14 US Rubber 3674 US Steel 56 naro-wsiwr Homestake 58(4 111 Cent 114 us Steel Ff 115 Walworth Co 5'i Ind Rayon 26 Int Bus Mch 180 Int Harv 554 Int Nick Can 36 Int Pf 62V4 Int St Tel 4 Johns-Man 73 "4 1 War Ptct 3 West Un 23 West El 107 Wool worth 404 Yellow Tr St 17 Young 8 it 394 Grain Quotations Jan 25 No 1 dark northern, 58 lbs 82 No. 2 dark northern, 57 lbs 82 No. 3 dark northern, 56 lbs 81 No.

3 dark northern, 55 lbs 80 No. 4 dark northern, 54 lbs 79 4 dark northern, 53 lbs 78 No. 5 dark northern, 52 lbs 77 No, 5 dark northern, 51 lbs 76 ho. i laancTioftnern, 50 Ids 75 Sample Grain 48 lbs, 73; 48 71; 47 69; 46 67; 45 65; 44 63; 43 61; 42 59; 41 57; 40 lbs. 55; 39 lbs, 53; 38 61; 37 lbs 49.

No. 1 hard amber durum I .72 No 1 red durum 71 No. 1 flax 1.92 No. 2 flax 1.87 No. 1 rye 49 Barley CHICAGO RANGE Wheat Open High Low Close July Scd.

.97 's .97 Corn-May July SS1. .58 S8an .58 SB't are .34 .34 .34 .32 'A .32 .7154 .7154 -70 .70 fl.12 .12 6.12 12 6.35 6.37 6.35 6.37 6.55 6.55 6.52 6.55 6.72 6.72 6.70 6.72 6.92 6.92 6.90 6.90 Mar. May July Mar. MINNEAPOLIS RANGE Minneapolis. Jan.

22. JPh-Wheat Open High Low May 99 .39 .99 July 98? .9354 Sent .98 54 .96 Feed eariey May Corn- .63 A3h .53 July MatS .36 ,36 .33 .33 Rye- May July Flax- 2.084 3.084 2.06 3.08 2.0J 3.03 DULUTH RANGE Duluth. Jan. 23. (P) Durum Open High Low Close May Sl .91 .91 .914 July 504 Sep." 90 Rye-May 684., Flax- IN SLOW SESSION Steals Soften After Early Effort to Prop List; Plus Signs Are Few New York, Jan.

22. (P)-Stumbllng stock market leaden Monday ended In moderately lower territory. While declines running to a point or so for most groups were reduced at last, plus signs were few. Steels softened after an early at-ntempt to prop the list. Timidity or traders was laid principally to the desire for more light on business prospects over the next several months, to the cloudiness of political skys, to budget cutting activities of congress which aroused deflationary ideas here and there, and to in definite conclusions concerning the European wars.

Transfers for the day of around 400,000 shares were the smallest for any itm session this year. tractlng modest demand. Standard uas loans in uie euro unproved, commodities on the whole, backed away. Wheat at Chicago was off to of a cent a bushel and corn down to H. European securities markets were sieacy.

undertone FARGO LIVESTOCK vfsi calves 7 OO-'S Oi 'HI i 0 lbs 3 95, PlTie and hnlf-blood rrome-itie wool were recelvltiR little Mtetitron In the Boston market Monday Interest In eighths and' quartor-hloacL craiteor CHICAGO POTATOES ChicaRo, Jan. 22 (R P. S. li. i Potatoes 13S, on track 423, total rs shipments Saturrl.iv SIT.

Siimlav steady suppl! rathe land tlon'Earlyeohlo North Dakota Red River valley sec- N'o. 1, Bliss Triumphs 80 "to 90 MI.VNEAPOL1S FLOUR Minneapolis, Jan 22. (ff) Flour, carload lotn, per bbl. In 98 lb cotton sacks: family patents, unchanged, 5 stnlard Patents, unchanged, Stndarcj "middlings 20.30-21.00. complete stability Monday one of the most Intense week end of marine tvarfare since the European conflict Started.

Late rates follow (Great Britain In dollars, others In cent) Canada, open market rates. Montreal 1.93 i Germany' 40 demand 17.M: Italy .105: Netherlands 53.18; Norway Sweden 23 83: Swltcr-land 22 43. Livestock SO. ST. PAUI, South St lul, Jan.

22 (Fed slow; tnipply liberal; market weak: medium fed sleera-T 75- 8.75; she stock slow, about steady: common and medium heifers C.OO-S.OO: tens 4. bulla weak; few eau-age bulla 6 00-75. Calves veal-prjweakto 110 lower; good and choice Mors barrows and gilti Urgely 25 lower than Friday; top Daringly on choice 1 60-180 Ihn. to (hippjra: bulk g-ojd a choice 160-24O Sheep about 13 per cent of crop In feeder flesh: no early action; loce 9 00-13; ifoenj'to cholce'ewe 400-S5; western feedlnp limbs up to 8.73. Dairy cowi dem.ind fair, supply llKht, market about "Ucadj good springer cow, 70 00-83 00.

CHICAGO Chicago, Jan 22 Hem hog da" laVl" ift5 "i hundred-jietlve tlle 'iT" i a SV a earh j's Inu.VunnYrYdava aver-imfk )h "'n' m5 Vn tj Vl Tly' jm rin'lshfd rf'rfnV'1'' m'oVv' WHEATGOESDOWN Waaknata of Cotton, Securities Ca-jsai Soma Liquidation in Grains Chicago, Jan. al- cotton and securities caused some liquidation in the wheat pit but the market also was disturbed by continued lagging commercial demand and uncertainty regarding pos sibility of marketing wheat now under loan. Wheat closed lower than Sat urday, May 8i.oo-, July 97-98; aown, may ana JUiy WHEAT FUTURES HAVE DROOPY TENDENCY principal Influence being more May wheat closed '4-c ipt. hie lower at 9474. volume enough to offset weak Buen at $2 08, July unchanged July unchanged at 43 74; May oa cloBed lower at 04 and July higher July rye low it tst.

Pultith Mar durum closed He lowr. at 914. July lower at 90, and July Duluth flax closed unchanged at Cash wheat receipt! were Hi demand was good for spring quality. I -i inter whi re vtry li: m.J ignt Inuntilt farolytn MINNEAPOLIS tH ORAIV rioi- vrove? Quotation uprlng lc 'addition io 3 yellow Trad-1 i'j ov1r, Mhineapolli Jo 3 No.

3 "mixed 1 1 jellow 60-604; No 'VilS'i; No CAW ORA1X 22 (P) No i tfnrk IPE CASH GRAIN" Produce Markets f. 'Pi Butter Creamery higher thai" -Si; extra itl score) S8-91 wore) W-ni; eec- steady to frm. State urns J2; dirtied Dressed poultry steady: fres turkey, northwest, 14H-204: frozen, boxes fryer Jan. () Bond price obligations which fell among- corporates Included Anaconda Cop i Copper 4b: Rock Island Is of Delaware Hudson nOVBBSMBNT BONOS ury 4s 34-44 114.24; 3s S3-51 Home Owners Loan 3s 52-4 New York)- Wii to chicago Poultry live. 1 car, 12 trucks, steady: dh.Cr"ai30:Tprn4Mo.: up'lod ujh Lerto11 KSh; awtaS'S up colored is; Bt'TTEti A.vo F.c.n FtTniE Chicaso.

Butter fu- tures, standards: February sifjo mT March 21 60 2.60 28 80 January io'io 1 7.75 so I October .....18.10 lsioisiw 2-gg js) srnmcnt dollar loan iRker 6 pirtland Electric p. and Great Northern of riae- raptdfy Inhere Students Comi Prom" 1 LJf rfttuu 1 ill finmm With every county in the state represented, the NDAC School of Agriculture had an enrollment of 462 students at the close of the fall term. This is the largest number ever to take agriculture at the college, reports Dean H. L. Walster.

All but 23 of these students came from North Dakota homes. Total enrollment during the fall term at NDAC was 1,819 also a record figure for the entire college. The map above shows student distribution In the school of agriculture. lauan uauiS JUUe l- I ear THREE room apartment; nicely fur- i i ii i nlshed. Hot water heat.

Close to. I 215 10th St. 1 fM TUC FURNISHED SS lights, water, heat. Kelvtoa- HW bf'l VM NEW furnished 2-room apartment. ta yNr uBUU Llghts, heat, water and gas.

821. 808 SnltaMe for three or four bnslni iH Iffi" rwMnJf.OCT jiCHOSlKk 1 rirst' girls or married couple. Bedroom. 1939 IttSt i FURNISHED 2 room apartment. living room, kitchen, bath, twt 1 renta1' W30-0ne room- 16-618 6th clothes closets, plenty of enp- rJT rjftfk L8 brd spfc eleeWe, raaft and i mt'VTMW FOUR Pftftm flinilllhfd -tetflgtJatarr from Russia JmWxn9' men- witn private oatn.

wu I innuire Tribunt Office I TYPEWRITERS, all makes for sale, -tSg" FURNISHED one room and kitchen- I waiaw tow omct twAwmrt. Bismarck Tribune, fertCWmi ette apartment. 333 9th St. lj 333 4th St. Phone 2200.

-te 11 Ml GnmAy2fiimmw I itzti the bismarck tribune nnrri I I "wr JT klffipM 7 I 2200 LOCAL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES 200 III I China's I ff fNonehya I I Owt.of.tUta NaUetial Clasalfls Rates Furnished Rrit I I I crtonasha 3 1 FntWIni, i 1 Du Dsn IDsts 4 Dsn Dsn (Din miLM ll 'J3 VS I WiA "1 AbSIL ZXF I (per word) I 15 12 12 I Uftufl WJ I I AifltlNCM HP tS7lZL I Consecutive Insertion I SSit i aeeomnanieS te. 7. I MonSoloy dT INDC Mf HATBSW fHH (perword) 6 1 Trthnne mpMAh f.r first l.WHI... I 1 1 1 frn Iff yHMP I I I "Mrve the riht to reject ny sdvfrthiinf w. deem snuulubl.

fnr II 'HH'NA-Hi China Saa I II ll pnbllcatlon. We do not carry fortune telling or mstrinxmlsl sdvtrthlns. -f TsiAM. 'tCVL wwii wroiw ms cgii 5 Consecutive insertions I' ar IAMV fli 1 I (oerword) S.e I classified displav aAtas pir column inch B.r4 a.i I I I 1 Dijr Ceaste. II I time I time tint Dallr I I 6 Consecutive Insertions "3 Xtt I uinu 4.w..e in China last year, Japan sends her armlea surging Into South China early in 1940, driving from Canton and Nannlng (heavy arrows).

Map shows territory gained in the 34 years of war, highlights of the 1939 campaign, and routes from Russia and India over which must come most of the supplies for China's 2,000,000 men in arms. STOCK VlrsBank Stock, )'kU' close, no trades Kortlmeet Bt hid 11: ask IS; close 11. NfwsF.apf.rHRCHIVE FWSPAPFR ARCHIVE1.

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