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•I- t% KELSEY'S COLUMN *XC 3»j1 -•'i 'A |V Of I CI til ct Bi &( et l•oi lai rv (o X. $5.00 SI Easily Earned We know there are a large d. number of people in Grand •J Porks who are contemplating i, the purchase of a building lot bin the University Avenue West District this season but they have not yet got around to it. If you know of any one thus inclined and will send us their name and address, we will send you our check for Five Dollars if we are successful in making the sale. All sales will be pub lished as made. All you have to do is to send us the name and address and then we'll "get busy." Fill out coupon and mail to us. To Kent Realty & Inv. I'Oh itllD DrMers ATCIU: I think Mr. Address Would buy a lot in the University Ave. West Diet. Name Address ASK FOB ONE OF OUR NEW $5.00 CONTRACTS FOR DEED. KENT REALTY & INVESTMENT CO. Public Stenographer LAUH1 DAUBKNBERG Room 3 Clifford Bldg. Phones 983M N. W. Tri-State 292R. Coming Events. Roaey Boy»* Coiccrl Company of Chi easw—May 20. Hepabllean Mate convention—-Jnraen tom, July 12. Democratic atate convention—Minot, Auk. 2d. J. W. Ross, the architect. W. J. Edwards, Uie other architect. THE CITY IN BRIEF Loans. The Hatcher Brothers' Corporation have funds on hand for some good city residence loans, on easy terms. They also have funds on hand for good commercial loans to responsible merchants and dealers in the north west Sacavrea Menefit. The Jamestown Musical club gave a benefit concert an evening or two ago to raise funds for the Sacawea Monument to be erected in honor of the "Bird Woman," of whom consider able has been said in these columns of late. The entertainment netted $25. A Narrow Escape. The little 3-year-old son of M,r. and Mrs. Geo. Nelson of Chestnut street, fell into an. open cistern last evening and when discovered and pulled out was unconscious. Recusitation was accomj^tUBhed, however, without, the services of a physician. European Tour. Mr. andj Mrs. Thos. Pryor and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dryburgh, of Hannah, have gone east on a trip which will take them across the waters before their 'return. They sail June 1, the former for England and Mr. and Mrs. Dryburgh for Scotland. Hotel Change. The Central hotel on fourth street has been sold by John White, the pres ent proprietor, to another gentleman of the same name, John White ot ESmerado, who- will assume charge in a few days. £6/ Tie Old Fire Hall. •, The city council is considering the making of extensive repairs on the old •I Ire hall building on South Fourth street The building ia sadly out of ahape and liable to topple over any time. Birth Note. Mr. and Mrs. E. Larson of 110 Cot tonwood street became the parents of a baby daughter, born to them yester day. •y,'/ '""-/.iMffcttlnr Bch—Is." President WW*iter Merrifleld of the ttlwratty has gone to the southfm part of the state again to Inspect Babies In Demand. I That babies are lu demand in Grand I Forks the police do not question in view of what has succeeded the an I nouncement that one liLtle child has been abandoned and needs a home. There have been anywhere from ten to fifteen applications for permission to adopt the little girl whose mother so cruelly abandoned her on Monday evening in this city. F. W. Schlaberg, commissioner from the Grand Forks district, has been looking up'the mat ter and lias found a temporary home. It is expccted that a permanent place for the little foundling will be pro vided in this city in a day or two and ultimately application will be made to the district court for permission to legally adopt. There is little likeli hood that the babe will be sent to the Children's Home society for care, be cause of the number here who are de sirous of taking it. Taking the "Cure." Monassa S. Myers and Sandy Myers of Colvin, who have been doing busi ness under the firm name of Myers Bros., today filed a petition of bank ruptcy in the U. S. district court. They have a number of creditors in Minnesota and North Dakota. Ac cording to their statement the assets of the firm amount to $5,745 of which amount $855 is said to be property exempt according to law. Their total liabilities are $8,051,33. John E. Mc N'amara of Portal, also filed a peti tion of bankruptcy. His liabilities amount to $4,363,98 while he hasp ro perty valued at $3,130 of which $5(55 worth is exempt. Half Million Capital. Winnipeg papers give report of the incorporating of a new $500,000 capital Mumber company (known us Merrick, Anderson & Co. The in corporators are George. A. Merrick. Thomas A. Anderson, Joseph A. Mer rick, Georse Small, and Louis A. Blackwood, all of Winnipeg. Con nected with the lumber company are John A. McDonald and Andrew D. Stephens, Crookston, Minn: Charles Dure, of Winnipeg, Man John M. O'Connor, St. Thomas, N. D. and Al fred T. Suffel, Hallock, Minn. Old Shook the Cause. Mr. and Mrs. A. Staubus of Souris were over night visitors in the city on their way to Hamilton. N. D.. where they have been called bv the death of Mrs. Staubus' father, William Fran cis, whose demise, according to his daughter, is the direct result of a shock received a number of years ago when the home was struck by a bolt of lightning. Mr. Francis was 65 years of age and is survived by a fam ily of several grown up children. An Old Warhorse. Among last evening's visitors in the city was M. F. Falahy of Cando, who, with his wife, is just returning from a winter's stay at Phoenix, Arizona. Mr. Falahy is a warm personal friend of Curtis J. Lord, former member of the state railway commission for two terms. Both of these gentlemen are stalwart republicans and have worked through all the years in the interests of the republican party in North Da kota. Newspaper Buncoed. A vicious brand of swindling in which a newspaper is the victim has come to light in Richland couuly. Two men, of whom the authorities have de scriptions. have been visiting towns in the southern part of the state, rep resenting themselves to be in the em ploy of the Wahpeton Gazette, and soliciting money for advertising and subscriptions. Others newspaper pro prietors in the state are warned to be on the lookout. Just Phone—The Ladies' Depart ment of the New York Outlet company has just installed a private N. \V. phone, 133M, for the exclusive use of ladies inquiring regarding styles, prices and having suits sent to their homes to try on. Don't forget this number, as you cannot find it in the book. N. W. 133M, Ladies' Depart ment. For Ladies, Too. The directors of the Town and Country club have made a membership fee of $5 for the ladies of this city. There will be extended to those of the fair sex who join all the privileges of the club, including tennis, golf, lockers, wash-rooms, services of cater er and the privilege of inviting guests. Laws Win a Game. Grand Forks college baseball team w:i8 defeated at University park yes terday by the Laws, score 6 to 2. C6n my did the pitching for the winning aggregation. The Arts are playing the Preps today. Batteries, Wenzel and Ruud and Campbell and Smith. Strike in the 'Peg. Three hundred Winnipeg painters have gone on a strike for increase in wages and decrease in hours. Former ly they were paid from 25 to 35 cents an hour nine hours. Now they ask 35 to 45 cents an hour and an eight hour day. BEAR IN MIND That now is the proper time to have your Fur Gar ments taken care of from Moths and other damages tiring them to FRIEDMAN THE FURRIER Oar New Location Will B# 404 DaMara Avenue Pfcoaei N. W. 308 And we will call for your, garments. tti JJ( ... Kates to San Francisco. Local railroad offices have been notified to begin the sale of tickets to San Francisco. Since the earth quake, tickets have been sold only so far as Oakland. Although the annual meeting of the National Educational association,' which was to have been held in San Francisco during July, from the 9th to the 13th, has been called off on account of the catas trophe. the Northern Pacific announces that it will put the low rates announced for the affair into effect anyway, giv ing the people a chance to visit San Francisco and the coast cities 011 011 the same rates as would have prevailed during the convention. On June 1 summer tourist rates,to Washington, Oregon and California points will go into effect all railroads, and tickets will be on sale daily until Sept. 15, with the return limit fixed at Oct 31. it is expected that a liberal patronage will be given these tourist rates. *U" vs. 4'rooliston. The University baseball manage ment has secured a game to be played with the Crookstou city team in a few days. The Crookston team is not quite as fast as in former years, having dropped out of the league circles, but the fans are confident of a winning team nevertheless. The Crookston Times lias the following to say in re gard to the game: "David Boise, man ager of the University of North Dakota baseball team in a communication to the Times states that he is desirous, of arranging for a game with one of the city league teams here, one game to be played in this city and one over west. A team will be picked from one of the city league teams at the pres ent time that will put up a line ex hibition of the national sport and will lake up the challenge." XflsnnVi Troubles. Charles II. Nelson, the well known resident on 116 Chestnut street, has come to the conclusion that his cup of grief is full. Last winter the skat ing rink and the attendant noise of the skaters caused him many a sleep less nights and now—well, the merry go-round has located itself where once the rink stood. Every night Mr. Nel son and his family are gently wafted to slumberland by the soothing ltilla bys of the grind organ—".lust Tell Them That You Saw Me," "Annie Laurie," etc. Job for Judge IIii.sxcl. Crookston Times: Wm. Panke has re turned from Grand Forks where he spent Sunday with friends, it is un derstood that there will be a furth er announcement later as a sequel to the regular trips to Grand Forks on Sunday, and that the clerk of court of Grand Forks couuty will be given a job in that connection. Work Hindered. The non-arrival of steel beams need ed in the constructipn of the frame, is much delaying work ou the new On tario department store building. Ex cellent progress is being made, how ever, on such masonry work as can be taken care of prior to the arrival of the balance of steel needed. The Work Started. Work on the new baseball diamond at the state fair grounds was begun today under the direction of Director M. Stanchfield of the local baseball club. A skinned diamond will be used this year, but it is intended to sod it for next. Attended in a Body. The funeral of the late O. M. Lind berg, whose death occurred Monday afternoon, was held this afternoon at 3:30 from the Park hotel. Mem'/ rs of the Sons of Norway society attend ed in a body. Interment was made at Memorial Park. Fur He pairs—Have it done now when you can save 25 per cent on all repairs. We clean, dye, repair, anil reline all kinds of ladies' and gents' fur and fur-iined garments. Store your furs with us. M. Cohen. No. 117 South Third street. Phone 516L. Lost Both Legs. Edward Sifton, a former employe of the Northern Pacific in and' bbout this city and Kast Grand Forks, was run over by a switch engine in the Duluth yards a day or two ago, los ing both legs above the knees. Suits Shipped. The uniforms which the Grand Forks league ball team are to wear this year have arrived and re-shipped to Manager McNeil at Minneapolis. As previously announced, the color is brown, with white trimmings. At Hannah. H.E. Parsons, former relief agent for the Great Northern, has gone to Hannah to fill a vacancy caused by the transfer of Agent Bolton of that place to Langdon. Spencer a Candidate. Attorney C. A. M. Spencer of Graf ton, former attorney general for North Dakota, has announced his candidacy for the office of county judge of Walsh county. Observe "tiopher Day." Gopher day will be celebrated at Brinsmade, N. D., on Friday 'June 15, 1906. Prizes will be awarded for the most gopher tails and special trains will be run. Foot Smashed. Contractor George Buckingham had his foot badly crushed and injured last evening by the falling thereon of a heavy iron bar. He will be laid up several days. Got a Judgment In the action entitled Anton Eckern vs. Frank Grogan and George Drenkel,. Dr. Eckern has secured a judgment against Drenkel for approximately $60. Play Tomorrow. The ball game 'between the univer sity faculty and the Y. M. G. A. an nounced for Friday occurs tomorrow afternoon instead. Dr. Bntledge Home. Dr. Rutledge has returned home from a two months' stay in Chicago, attending hospitals and clinics in sur gery and ear, nose and throat work. Moving Honse. Dr. John Fawcett Is moving his family from the apartments on .Third street "to the Harland residence on Cottonwood. For prompt service and immediate reply, use the Long Distance Lines of the Northwestern Telephone Exchange Company. HW* ^n',is V^L "S A THE EVENING TIKES, GRAND FORKS, N. D. jftUILD RESIDENCES FOR RENT—GOOD INVESTMENT--WATCH GRAND FORKS GROW! Some New Residences. The following building permits have 'een issued within the last few days: •iohn MurryA for a residence on the east side of Sixth street between Min nesota and Woodland avenues. Olaf K. Valksvik, for a residence on the north side of Fifth-street between Cot tonwood and Cherry streets. John Leitert, for a residence on the north side of Bridge avenue between Walsh and Thomas streets. !•.. Lunch arid Smoker. The regular meeting of the Grand Forks District Medical society will be held this evening at 8:30 in the Com mercial club rooms. Papers will be given by. Dr. C. S. Crane on "Diseases of Tonsils and Operative Treatment," and by Dr. A. P. Rounsvell of Lari niore_ on "Hour Glass Contraction of the Uterus." A luncheon and smoker will follow. Itemains Go East. The remains of Charles Prinzing, a restaurant man of White Earth, this state, passed through the city last night on their way to Faribault, Minn, for interment. The body of H. S. I'otts, the St. Paul man who died on a G. N. train near Leeds Monday night, also passed through the city en route home for interment. CI111 litre of Weather. The snatch of sunshine with which Unind Forks people were favored by the weather man today, was gladly welcomed. The early advent of ice cream trousers is anticipated. A Former Attorney. Ciiand Forks friends are busy today greeting John P. Galbraith, now attor ney for the large St. Paul wholesale firm of Farwell, Ozmun, Kirk & Co., formerly.,a well known practitioner of tiiis city. Mr. Galbraith will Remain through tomorrow night. Against the Soo. Geo. A. Bangs as attorney for Bogan & Hart, railway contractors of Grafton, today began an action in the district court of Walsh county to foreclose a lien for about $600'against the Soo road bed. The lien is held for grading doijp by the firm. Infusing ?iew Blood. E. Edmonds of Aberdeen, S. D., district organizer for the Modern Protective association is in the city and will spend a few days working up additions to the membership of the local branch of th^ society. Went to Bowesmont. Mrs. R. Raney, with her two children, went to Bowesmont for a brief visit and after a short stay in this city on her return, will go to Minneapolis, where the family will reside. Death of a Relative. Mrs. Elvira Nelson, a delegate from Erie lodge. Degree of Honor to the grand lodge now in session in this city, was called to Casselton this morning by a telegram announcing the death there of her brother-in-law. For Clerk Carrier. A civil service examination for clerk and carrier, either male or female, will be held at the postofnee in this city on May 16. It,-, is understood that a large number are preparing to take the test. Qnarier Brings $5,000. A deed filed this afternoon shows the sale of a quarter section in Mor aine township from A. L. Arnold to the J. B. Streeter, Jr. I And company for a consideration of $5,000. Modern Protective Association. The Modern Protective association will bold a meeting on Friday even ing at Scandia hall- There will be a social session following the regular order of business. Returns From the West. Mrs. Lulu Gustafson reached Grand Forks this morning from Los Angeles, Cal., where she has been spending the past year or more. Candidate for Legislature. Attorney Thos. H. Pugh of Larimore, a candidate for the state legislature from the Fifth district, is a visitor in the city today. iPERSOIiLS R. Goer is here from Devils Lake. J. B. Robinson is here from Bath gate today. George B. Lowry of Fergus Falls is in the city. G.- H. Harrington of Rolla visited in town last night M. O. Dahle went to Lakota on a business trip today. D. E. Caswell of Fargo was *a visitor in town last evening. Bruce J. Wilson of Lakota is spend ing the day in the city. N. C. Wegner of Bottineau is regis tered at the Dacotah. N. M. McKechnle of Gllby. is regis tered at the Dacotah., James Johnson returned last, even ing from a visit at Neche. G. H. Harrington of Rolliis regis tered in from the west today. John Birkholz arrived in the city this morning from the east. Mrs.' Bert Bivens of Crookston is spending the day in the city. E. P. Johnson of Rolla is among the prominent visitors in the city today. Attorney E. L. Sinkler of Grafton was an over-night visitor in the city. H. J. Hucks and wife of Langdon are spending the day with friends in the city. Skuli Skulason was a passenger to Crookston this morning on profession al business. A'. F. Dilworth and R. C. Akeley, Fargo business men, are visiting in the city today. M. J. Liverman is expected home this evening from a three days' visit in Minneapolis. George D. Clifford is expected home tomorrow from a business trip to the Twin Cities. F. L. Bates came Ijome from the north last night, after an absence of two or three days. Dr. A. P. Rounsvelle will arrive from Larimore this evening to attend the medical meeting. W. J. Morgridge, the best looking man in Grand Harbor, is enjoying the sights of the city. J. T. Langemo of Edinburg was a visitor in the city this morning on his way home from St. Paul. Evan S. Tyler of Fargo, national bank examiner, a visitor in the city yesterday, went home last evening. Manager G. K. Blakely of the local N. \V. Telephone exchange went to Crookston this morning on buf/aess. Judge of Probate L. K. Hassell went to Maple Lake this morning to' get his summer home in readiness for occu pancy. Attorney J. H. Bosard made a pro fessional trip to Larimore last even ing, returning on the early train this morning. W. D. Gillespie of Fargo was a vis itor in the city yesterday on his way to Hamilton, where he'was called by the death of a relative! Alderman Willis A. Joy went to Air dock this morning and from there will take a trip over the Soo in the north era part of the state. Thomas Britton jf Minot, together with George Dohina'of the same place, are visiting in thecity. They are stop ping at the Imperial. Miss.,Sarah Bosard, who has been visiting .Mrs. Grace Morgan and Other Minneapolis friends. the past three weeks, is expected home Friday. Among the over-night guests'at the Dacotah were J. B. Robinson, Bath gate Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hicks of Langdon, and Lee E. Arne, Minot. Mr., and Mrs. A. Staubus of Souris werev visitors in the city over .night, leaving this morning for Hamilton. Mr. Ttaubus is engaged in the hard ware business at Souris. Dr. J. F. Resland and wife of Winni peg were visitors in the city last night on their way to Duluth, where the doc tor, who is a well-known Canadian specialist, will visit with a brother, who is also a practicing physician. Signing Warrants. Chairman Murphy of the board of county commissioners is in town tor day signing warrants. HANEN* fit s, *\Jf I G. H. Houston, Inveato'r and 7 Breeder of Blue Stem Wheat Di^s Today. Special to The Bvealnff Tlinrx. Fargo, N. D., Mya 9.—Word has been received here today of the death at Hunter, N. D., of C. H. Houston, a prominent farmer and breeder of the famous blue stem seed wheat, the cul tivation of which het has been promot ing for several years. Mr. Houston, as well, was the original inventor of the kodak and received many thousand dollars yefarly In royalties. lieath was due to Brlght's disease, from which he had' been adulterer for some'length of time. J. P. Walsh, aged 24 yearB, formerly of St. Cloud, Minn., died here today of heart failure. He was local manager of 'i» telephone system and highly respected in the community. It looks as though "organized bail" cuts very little figure with the Tri State league. Apparently they don't care whether they "am" or "am not." The league Is playing nice ball all around the circuit and everypne looks for a close race. ,« TIN WORKERS' MEET. Associated Prcw to The Bvealac Timet. Canton, Ohio, May 9.—The first busi ness session of the International Tin Workers' association was held yester day. The sessions may continue a' we^k or more, until a:scale Is fixld. •583—For a fine. 50 foot corner on Belmont avenue. Corner Klder St. *3»0—For two lots on Chestnut St. between Ninth and Tenth avenues. S3S0—For a 50x140 foot corner tot' on Chestnut street. $25 down. $10 per month. 1'hlS lot will be worth $500. S300—Two lots on Well located and: :i good bargain. Walnut street, exceptionally $3p0—For two lots on Cottonwood street. $350 for..a 50 foot corner. SlOO—Apiece for two lots on Budge avenue.' Well located. $100—For lots on International ave nue. $5.00 down, $2.50 per month on each lot. This is a money maker. S500—For 75 feet \vell located on the west side ot track Nice shade trees. •175—Apiece for two lots on Univer sity avenue. These are beautiful lots, and sure to advance ia value. •nno—For thp finest unimproved 50 foot corner left on University ave nue Come In and sep us about this, •175—Apie*5-"for two nice- -lots oti Cheyenne avenue, just off Univer sity. An exceedingly good proposi- :v *••.• '$ tion. ROBERT BURGESS & SON or WEISONA, ILLINOIS S WEDNESDAY, KAY 1906. When Falkenstein struck ofat onS the right of men to worship as they:' I lilease, there was a dull thud that told of .ji tew broken short ribs. tyred, Nick must have a deal of time remembering who his wife is. TOO LATE? TO CLASSIFY LOST—GOLD -BteADKD NECKLACK. Kinder please return to Uiss D]dna Twumbly and receive reward. THK CITY MARKETS. 1 9 *1 1 «heat/ 1 No. 1 northern So. 2, northern i... •No. 3 northern i...... No. 4 norhtern Rejected ... No. 1 macaroni No. 2 macaroni.'. .No. 3 macaroni "Rejected macaroni No. 1 feed wheat '. 'No. 2 feed wheat No. 3 feed wheat. No. 4 feed wheat No. S feed wheat. No. No. No. 2 white.. 4 white.. 5 white.. t- •750—For four lots one block from Uqlyersity Good high sell or* very rea- avenue. grouhd. We will Sonable terms. •135—Apiece for lots on lone ave nue between Winship school and Washington street. •175—For two lots one block west of Winship school. *5*fc"AP'c®e ifor lots on the west side of Winship school. $2.50 down, $2.50 per month. •110—-A lot" for 12 nice lots'on east side of track quite close to church, school, business part of the city, etc. Here is a bargain for someone with a little money.. These lots will sell readily if sold out In pairs at from $125 to $150 per lot. We want to close out the hunch and have made the price accordingly. •ieo—Each for two nice lots on North Fifth street. $5.00 down, $5.00 per month. You can't dupli cate this anywhere and it won't re-* main on the market 1 one. yf $150—Apiece1 for three nice high lots on North Fourth street. Close to' school. Sewer and water in street 1 Have shipped to Grand Fork's, North Dakota, a carload of-^Imported Shire, Belgian and Per-' clieroa SStallions fgr sale. These horses are now on exhibition "at Bacon & Van Alstin^'s livery barn, wljere we will take great pleasure in show ing th$m £0 prospective buyers. PficEes lowest, ii a 1 y,. considered. Terms—the most liberal and guarantees of the best. Call on, or write to 3 f'W 1 •V., ill '*,i' a tsS jf Mrs. Longworth has as many dif-^ rferent appearances as she Is pic-^ $• 4 fa* I 89 .63 .62 .51 .69 .58 .56 .52 4o .41 .38 .35 .30 Rye. Rye vii rturli I erv NO. No. NO. S :i\ .... Food Barley No. I Rejected No grade OmtM. i? aari Sp .' ,a2 .28 .26 ,25 Flax. .1.04 1.02 .96 .22 .21 .20 Retail Flaar. Best Patent «2.3S Straight '....... 2.25 Feed. gran $14.00 Shorts 16.00 Mixed feed 14.60 Hay, per ton .16.00®8.00 Wholesale Produce. Potatoes, per'bushel 45@60 Butter 15025 Eggs, per dozen 12@14 Beans, dry, per bushel 2.25 Onions, per bushel Turnips, per bushel LOTS LOTS 70 .40 Cabbage, per dozen..: 60 I &4 #sj mpjmv"*' si. m.