Don't put off buying that building Ut
any longer. We're kept pretty busy
these days showing our properties,
Sand will be more than pleased to have
inspect what we have to offer.
Our list comprises the most desirable
''locations in the city and we know we
"can satisfy you, no matter what your
,'-requirements are. Telephone double
two three, either line, and our "Auto"
will call (or you.
Hlff RENT ON NORTH FOURTH ST.
CUH IlEilli eight room furnished
house, modern except heat. CM
en month .W
MM* BITOT ON NORTH SIXTH ST.,
run nxui a seven room house with
city water and good cellar. 'Possession
gtven^ April 25. Rent, per $15
H» GA| ON SOUTH THIRD ST.
TUlt BAliEi Five room house city
water: cellar fine lawn and shade trees.
CYMtCAIV ON NORTH SIXTH ST.
*VMI uALL near Catholic church.
Seven room house on 37%xl40 foot lot.
City water and good collar. This prop
erty Is in first-class condition and will
be^sold on easy terms for
CVtll CAI ON INTERNATIONAL
a vn aaioi avenue, three room house
on fine corner lot, 60x140. The lot
alene Is easily worth $500 wo offer
the house and lot for $500
BtfW Gtl ON CHERRY STREET. A
aUIt OAlili most desirable fifty foot
corner, facing east. This lot Is easily
worth $360. We offer It for quick sale,
2? S3? Vl'Tf 53°0
EVllt CAI ON CHEYENNE AVE
IUH atUiEi nue, six room house on
SOxlM foot lot, with One shade trees
briek foundation and good cellar This
1MB CAI SEVEN ROOM HOUSE
South Fourth street
size of lot (0x140 city water CI 7nft
and cood ban. Only jpAaUU
Htp CAI BRAND NEW HOUSE
FUn jMUili on Buclld avenue six
rooms, furnace heat cood well on
ill FOE on OF OUB HEW H.N
00HTBACT8 FOB DEED.
KENT REALT\ &
J. W. BOM, Ike architect
W. J. Bdwards, the other architect
Lilln «f (he Hasten Star—Plak Bal
nuiKf Masaalc Tenple, April SB.
"She Mccptac Beast? aad the Beast"
^letrOfDlltlii, Saturday, April 14.
(Bfers*oIasUc Cicld Heet—Grand
rain. Mar ta-ta.
"The Co»l) Cfcalraaa"—-Metropoli
tan, April IS,
THE CITY IN BRIEF
The Hatcher Brothers' Corporation
have funds on hand for some good
city residence Joans, on easy terms.
They also have funds on hand for
good commercial loans to responsible
merchants and dealers in the north
August 8teetman and A. A. Rene
•Of 8t Paul were arrivals in the city
last evening, bound for the Canadian
northwest, where they go to hunt land
flor homestead Ins purposes. Mr. Rene
became thoroughly disgusted with the
weather display of yesterday and de
termined to end his trip here and re
turn home. Mr. Steetman. however,
•oontinued northward this morning and
Will become a subject of King Ed
KM'C Files DItmum A«0ul
A divorce action in which a well
known Grand Forks family is Involved,
has been filed in the district court.
The plaintiff Is Mrs. Ida NeUs and the
Attendant bar husband, Charles (*.
I KMs, now a resident on the Pacific
asast, bat formerly proprietor of the
Grand Forks steam laundry. The ac
tion will probably be tried at the next
of the district court T. R. Bangs
Si ooanael Cor plaintiff.
sfr ilnm Kan Here.
George Case arrived In the city last
•mill (ram Winnipeg. He is ad
for the vaudeville company
which plays at the Metropolitan mat
inee and evening Wednesday, April 18.
Mr. Case is one of the star performers
himself, Imt this week Is playing the
vale of advance nan In place of the
«mpanjrlB ragnlar agent, who Is on
the retired list
1 have a car load
"£v OhloaM Barty Rose (mixed) potatoes
for seed. J.O.
Fanner Chief ef Farge.
Fred A. Bowers, former chIM of po
lice of Fargo under Mayor J. A. John
son's administration, was an arrival
in the city last-evening and a guest at
the Imperial. Mr. Bowers is now trav
eling on the road for a large tea house,
bat also has an interest In the firm of
Bowers Bros., builders and contractors
at Fargo. This firm has the contract
for the construction of the Fargo State
Fair association's buildings, work on
which began this week. Mr. Bowers
went north to Grafton today.
May Go Free.
Mrs. D. M. Allen, mother of William
Bradshaw, the 17-year-old youth com
plained against for theft and genedal
incorrigibility, note of which was made
in The Evening Times last night, will
arrive late today from Osnabrock.
Young Bradshaw will in all probabil
ity be given another chance to be good,
the disposition of his case, however,
depending largely upon his mother's
desires. The boy objects to going to
the reform school and promises better
behavior if given another chance.
Off for Iteglna.
». R. Waters of the Kent Realty &
InvestC^nt company left this morning
in comp&iy with a party of landseek
ers for Regftttl. N. W. T., from whence
they will sail nprthward into the fa
mous Long Lake country. The mem
bers of the party were mostly Grand
Forks men, as will be seen from the
list of names: J. R. Waters, T. Car
ter Griffith, Dr. E. J. Davidson, Geo. W.
Kent, J. C. Hutcbins, Lakota, and O. P.
Simons, Bartlett. They will be absent
a couple of weeks.
A well-defined report is in circula
tion to the effect that the owners of
the old woolen mill factory on North
Third street contemplated remodeling
the structure for use as a compart
ment or tenement house. Mr. A. P.
Clifford, when seen by The Evening
Times representative, made a specific
dental of the report, stating'that no
such a move was contemplated.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Schlaberg, Jr.,
of Sherwood, were over night visitors
in the city on their way home from
Waverly, Iowa, where last week they
accompanied the remains of Mr.
Schlaberg's brother, who met death at
Sherwood by drinking carbolic acid,
mistaking it for another medicine. Mr.
and Mrs. Schlebarg went west this
Famous Murer Here.
Erling Bjornson, the famous lecturer
and the youngest son of Norway's
Shakespeare, Bjornstjerne Bjornson,
arrived in the city this morning and
will lecture tonight in the First Meth
odist church in this city, the date for
merly announced having been chang
ed. The subject of his lecture is
Special Easter Music.
The choirs of all the Protestant
the city are engaged in re
hearsal of special music for use on
Easter Sunday and attendants of the
numerous churches will be favored
with fine harmony on Easter morning
Smallpox at Flngal.
Dr. H. H. Healy, secretary of the
state board of health, has received
notice from the health authorities at
Fingal of the discovery of a case of
smallpox there. The victim has been
properly quarantined and a spread of
the disease Is not anticipated.
A meeting of the county teachers
will be held tomorrow at Larimore.
County Superintendent J. F. McLain
will be present and among others will
address the meeting. A large attend
ance of the instructors of youth is ex
pected. The program of the session
has been printed heretofore
The funeral of 14-year-old Julia
Skjolvstad, whose death was noted in
these columns last evening, will be
held on Saturday, Rev. A. J. Hulteng
of this city officiating. The child's
parents reside seven miles from the
city in the town of Walle.
Jacksoii & Thompson, the new real
estate firm, have moved from the first
floor in the Clifford building and have
taken offices at Room 1 in the base
ment. The new location is more de
sirable and some elegant furniture has
Now at Sacramento.
Miss Mabel Drueke writes from the
west that she is now located at Sac
ramento, Cal., but is not satisfied and
will soon return to Grand Forfls. Miss
Drueke was formerly a stenographer
in the employ of Edwards, the archi
Salvation Army Note.
A special service under the au
spices of the Salvation Army will be
held at the hall on DeMeas avenue this
evening. The "Unveiling of the Cross"
is the appellation given the service,
which is in honor of Good Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis of Cando
were visitors In the city over night on
their way home from a several weeks'
sojourn in the sunny climes of south"
ern California. Mr. Davis is states
attorney for Towner county.
Qaarter Brings $7,500.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Carney have
disposed of their 160-acre farm in
Chester township, Grand Forks county,
to the J. B. Streeter, Jr., company of
Larimore. The consideration was
The state board of veterinary ex
aminers is In session at Fargo, exam
ining the papers of appllcanta who
took the recent examinations for per
mission to practice in this state.
The Crooks ton Elks will have a race
next Wednesday night, and a large
crowd of track devotees from this city
will go over.
Want Water Bala.
A petition baa been Sled with the
city engineer for a water main on
North Sixth street, between Hill and
Threatened With Typhoid.
Thomaa Elliott, a clerk In (he Da
cotah pharmacy, is confined to his
room, being .threatened with an attack
wlll soon add to her
already large Ust another medical
MMfitlloMr la the parson of Dr. E. M.
Pleree, now.located at Ragby.
Additional evidence In the Storkson
divorce case was taken in district
court late Thursday before Judge
Flak. There is still some testimony
to be heard. The Storksons reside in
the western part of the county and a
number of unsavory occurrences in
which they were Involved have Jbeen
given publicity at different times dur
ing the past year. Mrs. Storkson asks
a decree on the ground of extreme
cruelty, alleging among other things
that her husband, Sivert Storkson, on
several occasions threatened her life
and once attempted to kill her with a
Pushing Base fm 11 Plan*.
About four days' work is being done
in one in preparing for the baseball
season. Manager O'Neil is doing some
fast work, and since the matter was
placed in his hands he has 'signed a
number of players and otherwise
cleared away much of the preliminary
business. By next Monday he will
have things down to a business basis
and the machinery will be running as
smoothly as though it had never
known rust. He is determined to give
the city a team that will be a credit
to itself and the patrons of the enter
Motion by defendant for judgment
notwithstanding the verdict was
argued in district court this morning
before Judge C. J. .Fisk in the action
of Mrs. Mary C. Edmonds vs. the oily
of Grand Forks. Tracy Bangs ap
peared on behalf of vthe plaintiff and
Geo. A. Bangs for the defendant city.
Judge Fisk has taken the case under
advisement. Mrs. Edmonds sued foi
ls,000 and recovered $500.
l'ark Committee Meeting.
A meeting of the committee appoint
ed by the Commercial club to consider
the question of an athletic park will
meet tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock.
Something definite will probably be
done towards the matter as the com
mittee is composed of men of action,
not words. The -members are E. H.
Kent, chairman, Prof. M. A. Brannon,
James Dinnie, Col. W. H. Brown, O.
At the Deaconess.
Miss Emma Hove of Inkster, who
submitted to a surgical operation at
the hospital several weeas ago, was
discharged today and will return
home. Mrs. John Harris of Westhope
was received last evening and this
morning underwent an operation for
Suit has been filed in the district
court of Grand Forks county in an
action brought by the J. B. Streeter,
Jr., Land company against J. H.
Steele. The suit involves title tat land
in Ward county. Bosard & Uyerson
represent the plaintiff.
B. N. of A. Entertains.
The Royal Neighbors entertained
last evening for Woodmen and their
families at Odd Fellows' hall. A very
pleasing program of musical and
recitatlonal numbers was rendered and
refreshments served in conclusion.
Notice of attachment by William
Hancock, the Emerado merchant,
against John F. White was filed in the
district court today. The action in
volves $189. J. H. Bosard for plaintiff.
Of Pembina County.
M. Brynjolfson, state's attorney of
Pembina county, was a Cavalier vis
itor in the city today—the guest of his
brother, the local ,real estate and loan
Erld Norquist, the plumbing con
tractor, has been awarded contracts to
install heating and plumbing plants in
the following residences: G. J. Bab.
ler, William Flynn and
B. Auger, Governor Sarles private
stenographer, was a visitor in the city
today on his way home from Bismarck
to Bathgate, N. D„ where next week he
will attend the wedding of a sister.
Contest is Postponed.
The silver medal contest to have
been held in the Mendenhall Memorial
church. East Grand Forks, this even
ing, has been postponed until next
Tuesday evening on account of the bad
All officers and members of Sinai
Encampment, Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, are requested to attend
the meeting this evening. Business
To Look After His Land.
J. J. Swengel, proprietor of the
Northwestern Business College, left
this morning for Saskatchewan. N. W.
T., where he goes to look after his
A deed recorded late today shows
the sale of 320 acres of land in Al
lendale township from William Mc
Laughlin to Hans T. Hogy. The con
sideration was $8,000.
To Locate Here.
Mr. T. M. Flannigan of the Interna
tional Harvester company expects his
wife to -arrive very shortly from
Thornton, Ind. They will make this
their future home.
U. C. T. Meeting.
Grand Forks Council No. *64, United
Commercial Travelers -will hold a
regular session on Saturday evening
to which all members are urged.
Rubber Stamps and Seals.
For notary and corporation seals,
rubber stamps, badges, stencils, stamp
rockfe, etc., write Cadwell, the Stamp
Man, Grand Forks, N. D.
Has the Grip,
James Brldenbaugh Is suffering
from an attack of la grippe.
Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Dornhelm were
in from Ojata last evening.
H. B. Sinch returned last evening
from a business trip to Crookston.
Dr. John Fawcett left this morning
on a professional trip to Grafton.
Dr. H. M. Wheeler returned home
this morning from Fargo, where he
waa engaged In nlarking papera of ap
plicants who took the recent medical
examinations In this clty.
Miss Vivian Holmes came in this
morning from her school at Reynolds.
She will remain over Sunday.
President'J. H. Worst, president of
THE EVENING TIMES, GRAND FORKS. N. D.
V- ,•• •. I
the Agricultural college, visited In
town an hour or two this morning
while on his way from Fargo to La
kota and Granville.
No. 5 on the Great Northern was an
hour late this morning.
Miss Vida Turner of Reynolds was
in the city this morning on her way
to her school at Park River.
G. V. Clark of Kenmare Is stopping
in the city.
Among North Dakotans registered
at the Imperial today were the follow
ing! J. E. Officer, Edmore W. J.
Hewitt, Minto Thos. P. Hogan, West
port R. V. .Bruener, Minot W. S.
Ballenger," CrAry, and A. Ansted,
T. Opsahl of Willow City Is here to
Mrs. F. Rowatt and Miss Mabel Ben
son of Rugby are visiting in the city
M. C. Catlike, the Thompson mer
chant, was a visitor in town last even
Miss Laura Daubenberg goes home
to Crookston tomorrow for a couple of
J. Hauver of the Bank of Warren,
formerly a student in the university
college of law, is visiting in the city
Gilbert Bentley and Jerry Stevens,
both of North wood, th»latter a gen
eral merchant, were visitors in town
D. B. Weliman of New Rockford
spent the day in'town.
Attorney E. D. Germain returned
home today from a professional trip
Mrs. Howard Gould is said to have
the finest collection of birds in the
Dr. Zamenhof, the inventor of Es
peranto, the "universal" language, was
horn at Bialystok, a Polish town on
of Germany and Russia.
Gov. Mickey of Nebraska is said to
have become aq expert at pitching
horseshoes. That is a game at which
\V. J. Bryan, of the sapae state, never
has a ghost of a show.
Kx-Congressman Eugene F. Loud, of
San Francisco, and Edward Rosewater.
of frmaha, will represent the United
States at the sixth postal congress,
which will convene in Rome in April.
Munnell Wilson, a member of the
Kentucky legislature, and known as
the "walking man," has announced his
candidacy for congress, and has de
clared that, if elected, he will walk
all the way to Washington.
James Van Alen, the expatriated'
American, is said to have exhibited his
love for lavish expenditure of money
by buying 40 hats for some of his
women friends at the recent opening
of Countess Fabricottl's millinery shop
Mrs. Caroline Elizabeth Merrick, the
author and philanthropist of New Or
leans, celebrated her eightieth birth
day recently and erijoyed a reception
at the Era club of that city at which
representatives of every woman's club
In the city were present.
Representative Longworth, who will
marry Miss Roosevelt, Is a violinist of
ability, and has a collection of instru
ments iy various makers, including a
Stradivarius which he generally carries
with him. He owis a Gulllaume which
formerly belonged to YBaye, and an
Amato which was formerly owned by
llarvey, who discovered the circu
lation of the blood, is said to hava
recorded a dream in which a bumble*
bee stu^g him in his left thigh, on a
place where a couple of days later ap
peared an ugly ulcer.
Dr. Andrew Wilson says: "Typhus
fever was once very rife in our big
centers of population. In Edinburgh
it was often epidemic, being bred in
the 'dirty, overcrowded slums of those
dnvs, amid the squalid, poverty
stricken crowd. At one time they
had 120 cases in the hospital."
An English physician has discov
ered that the time usually allowed for
the clinical thermometer to remain,
in a patient's mouth is too short to
give an accurate idea of the degree
of temperature. He says 30 minutes
is often not too long to keep the ther
mometer in the mouth to get reliable
A scientific commission iwhich has
been investigating the peculiarities of
the Mediterranean or Malta fever haa
come upon evidence which shows that
the infection of the disease may be
transmitted by goats. Dr. Zammit
and Maj. Horrocks found the specific
organism of the fever in .the milk of
goats that were apparently healthy.
The blood of several of the goats gave
a reaction which is peculiar to the
Through scientific investigation it
has been ascertained that the bacteria
of diphtheria adhering to eating and
drinking utensils retain life up to IS
days, and that a sufficient removal of
the infection cannot be accomplished
by washing the glasses and rubbing
with a cloth. Neither can
forks and knives be freed from infec
tion by simply rubbing them. ''This
can, however, be accomplished within
one minute by washing with, a two
per cent, solution of soda of 50 de
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ily where there are three children
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JEFFERSON CLUB FEAST.
Prrui te The KvntlK Tlmea.
Chicago, 111., April 13.—Public men
from every section of the country will
gather about the banauet board at the
Sherman house tonight to extoll the
life and character of Thomas Jeffer
son and incidentally to discuss the
politics of the day. The occasion will
be the second annual banquet of the
Jeffejson club in commemoration of
the birthday of Thomas Jefferson.
Amorfg the scheduled speakers, nearly
all of whom have arrived in the city,
are Ckvernor Broward of Florida, for
mer Senator Pettisrew of South Da
kota, Mayor Brand Whitlock of To
ledo, and John Temple Graves of
CONTEST DC ORATOBY.
Hmditcd Prcw t* Ik Breala# Tlmea.
Fargo, N. D., April 13.—The interest
taken in the annual contest this even
ing of the college orators of North
Dakota is evidenced by the arrival in
the city of numbers of students and
other visitors. The contestants this
year are representatives of the North'
Dakota state university, the state
agricultural college, Fargo college and
Red River Valley university. The
winners of first and second place will
represent the state in the interstate
contest with South Dakota, which is
to be held at Brookings In June.
To Appointment of Barnes as Post*
master—Morris Affair Agkin,
Associated Freaa to The Bveala* Times.
Washington, April 13.—Senator Till
man today filed charges with the sub
The Excfimve Ageiicy of
a reliable manufacturer to
sell his wares exclusively is
always a forerunner of
which is the largest and best
We are Exclusive Agents* and
known and reliable[llnes
Gonjjh & Warren Pianos
Brand Stoves and Ranges
White Sefting Machines-*
Macey-Wernicke Gases and
McDougall Kitchen Cabinets
FURNITURE, AND PIANOS
committee considering.the nomination
of Ben F. Barnes, assistant secretary
to the president, to be postmaster at
Washington, and protested against his
confirmation. These charges relate to
the expulsion of Mrs. Minor Morris
from the executive office. rr
Bismarck Tribune: The Orand
Forks- Herald, among its "people you
know, publishes a characteristic pic
ture of 8enator Jerry Bacon, proprie
tor of the Hotel Dacotah, and one of
the active business men of the city of
Grand Forks. Mr. Bacon has pros
pered, not alone in the political field,
but In the world of buslness, and Is an
other example of .'the energetic young
man, who has.made a comfortable for
tune in North -Dakota solely throngh
his own efforts. Mr. Bacon has been a
well known figure in legislative cir
cles for several years. He is a frank,
outspoken, loyal and capable geintle
man, and is always loyal to thie inter
ests of the city of Grand Forks. He is
a good fighter, a charitable winner and
a good natured loser and the city of
Grand Forks Is fortunate in number
ing such men among its "people you
SMITHS ARBIYE IN NEW I0BK.
Associated Picaa The Brariic Tlauo.
New York, April 13.—Alvin Smith
of Ohio, who. was removed from of
fice as United States consul at Trini
dad last October, has arrived here with
his family on ,the tseamer -Maraval
from Trinidad. The cause of his re
moval as announced at Washington
was his failure to render accounts.
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We have just received afresh
very newest creations in EASTER HATS,
and have them marked Special for Satur-'
day at unheard of Prices—$2.
$3.00, $4.00, $5.00 and
to $25.00. Styles
and values better
ever got for
H. Kent reached home today
from a two days' visit in St PauL
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