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•. J. BOTH
The xvholo family is pleased
when the ambition of a new
home is realized. You can't
make any mistako in locating
in any one of the several
neighborhoods in which we
are selling lots on such easy
terms as to make them within
the reach of any industrious
man Paying rent all your
life is a sad waste, when it re
quires no more investment
from month to month to se
cure a home than you would
hand over to some landlord,
without ever being able to get
a sight of a penny of it again.
Come in now.
Coming Events.
July 27—Graad Forlu day at the Far
go slate fair.
J*L7 SO to Amguut 3—Red River Val
ley espoaltloa la Graad Forlu.
Aacaat •—Craad Ferka teaala toar
Democratic mate E»
W. J. Edwarda. the other architect
Take No Chances.
Insure your cropB against Hail with
the Hatcher Brothers Corporation.
Hall Insurance Agents
Wanted In unoccupied territory. Act
Illicitly aa season's short. The Hatcher
Brothers Corporation, Grand Forks
and Fargo.
Pabllc Stenographer.
Lain Daabeaberg, Room 2, Clifford
BalMtng. Phones—»83M.
W„ 292
B. Tri-State.
Just Arrived —A fresh line of
cookies, crackers and confectionery.
Music every evening at our ice cream
parlors.—P. J. Cummings. Phone, 23.
Terms, cash.
Rained at Hilisboro.
John Dlnnie returned from Hilis
boro last evening and states that the
rain. there was not so severe as in
this city but enough to stop the races.
Will Buy Fruit.
A. Abrahamson, president of the
Grand Forks Fruit company left last
evening for the coast, where he will
make purchases of fruit for his com
Park River Visitors.
The Misses Jessie and Lea Lord,
who have been the guests of Mrs. J.
B. Wineman, returned this morning to
their home at Park River after a
pleasant visit.
Called to Crystal City.
Miss Francis Pace was called to
Crystal City, Man., today as profes
sional nurse and will be absent for
some time. She but recently arrived
here for a visit with friends.
Went to Cloquet.
Miss Flemming of Langdon, who
has been the guest of Miss Nellie
Tyrrel, left this morning for Cloquet,
Minn., where she will visit friends for
a time before returning to her home.
Will Visit at Teg.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Lawler of Roches
ter, Minn., who have been the guests
of Grand Forks friends for a day or
*o. left this morning for Winnipeg,
where they will spend a few days
Well Drenched.
Nate Lincoln and wife, Mrs. R. M.
Lincoln, Mrs. H. E. Robinson, their
guest, were a party who went to Man
•el via carriage yesterday for an out
ing at the Lincoln farm there. They
were caught in the rain storm and
thoroughly drenched in the downpour.
To Michigan City.
Mayor Duls went to Michigan City
this morning where he will be absent
for a day or BO on business connected
with the thrashing machine company
he represents. He anticipates a good
business this fall and several new out
fits will be put in in that section of
the country.
Auditor Little.
Auditor S. H. Little of the F. H.
Stolze Lumber company of St. Paul,
was in today and went north this
morning. He states that there is
much building going on in the new
towns along the Soo and in other sec
tions of the state and his company
is being rushed tofill orders.
A Langdon Attorney.
Attorney F. E. Smith of Langdon is
In the city on business. He will re
tarn to the north country tonight. Mr.
Smith stateB that Cavalier county
never looked better and that an or
ganization of real estate men has been
formed to boom the county. A repre
sentative has been engaged to go be
low and exploit the possibilities of one
of the banner counties of the state.
Throagh Car Window.
A crew of harvest and hayfield labor
erg under the influence of squirrel
whiskey indulged in a free-for-all fight
Tuesday on board a Northern Pacific
train between Casselton and Page. One
of the bunch drew a knife and slashed
another badly.
Train ofllclals captured the assail
ant, Intending to turn him over to the
constable at Page, but he jumped
through a window of a car while the
train was going full speed and es
caped. His victim was taken off the
rain at
Page tail given medical
For Sale and Rent, Fire Insurance, Honey to Loen
.\OW IK thr time and thin IN
he place to buy city real
If yiiu don't see what you want
in our list .phone us or ail on
us personally and allow us to
show ym what we have in
bargains. Our molln, "Minnll
protll* anal quirk nalrn.**
9500 buys the best two lots
left on I'niversity Ave., close
in. This is a snap.
V2I00 buys nice ii-room house
on I'niversity Ave. This is
positively the best bargain In
a low price house in tho city,
must be sold quick at this
price, easy terms.
VMNI buys two elegant corner
lots on University Ave. l.et us
show you this property.
flitn each for two beautiful
Prospect Boulevard.
*7.10 buys nice little 5-rooin
house on North 5th St., easy
terms. Investigate.
82100 buys a beautiful 7-room
collage, strictly modern ex
cept heat close in ,on Chest
nut Street If you are look
ing for something good for
little money, here it is.
•2A0 buys two beautiful lots
on Norman Ave.
$2100—New 7-room cottage,
close in on 6th Ave. This is
an elegant residence property,
and will not last long at tills
price. Exceptionally easy
11800 buys a strictly modern 7
room house on North 3rd St.
This is the best bargain in
the city Easy terms.
92100 buys brand new 6-room
house .strictly modern, close
in on North 4th Street. Let
us show you this property.
attention. His injuries are not thought
to be serious.
Corns treated. Dr. Collier's foot
remedies for sale. 104% So. Third St.
Go to J. B. Woodley for harness,
whips, collars, sweat pads, blanket!
and lap robes. A new and up to data
stock. Repairing a specialty. Prices
are right A1 Coons. Manager.
Ladies' Shampoo.
Ladies' shampoo, scalp and faclat
treatments. Mrs. Douglas, 104% S.
Third street.
Tied down to his desk in the office.
While others are free and at play.
Pap fancies he Is having a vacation,
While drinking Rocky Mountain Tea.
—Lion Drug Store.
From Fishing Trip.
Walter Doheny of Rugby was In
town last night enroute home from
Bemidji where he has been enjoying
the soporific breezes of that popular
resort and slaughtering the fish to his
heart's content.
Milton Is Prosperous.
H. G. Halvorson, the well known
Milton banker, is in the city today on
business and will return tonight. He
states that business is good in Cava
lier county and that farmers are in
good shape financially.
On a Land Junket
Tom Gray and Jack Lynch went
north this morning bound for the Can
adian northwest where they both have
real estate holdings and will spend a
week prospecting. They anticipate
making other Investments before re
An Injured Eye.
Ted Schumacher, the local skater
and athlete, Is recovering from the
effects of a hot cinder entering his
eye which injured that member so that
he was laid off for a week. He expects
to return to his' work on the Great
Northern next week.
Sunday Ball Game.
Arrangements were completed yes
terday for a game of baseball Sunday
between the Grand Forks Pickets and
the aFrgo Athletics. The game will
be called at 3:30 o'clock In the after
noon and promises to be the fastest
amateur game pulled off in the city.
Down From Munich.
U. S. Burdick, the well known
Munich lawyer and successful candi
date at the primaries for the state
legislature, is in the city today on
business. He states that things are
booming in the new town on the Great
Northern and the place Is growing
Bala Was General.
Rain fell over most of the Red river
valley on Wednesday. It began falling
at Grand Forks shortly before the
noon hour and continued a greater
part of the day. It rained at
Fargo also. In this city all work on
streets and exteriors of buildings was
stopped. It rained north of here, west
as far as Larimore and as far east as
Barnesville, Minn.
Peeallarlty la Names.
George JacobBon of Hickson, Cass
county, passed through the city last
evening enroute home from a visit to
the farm near Michigan City, owned
jointly by him and by
Canadian Exhibit
C. A. Pilling, North Dakota repre
sentative of the Canadian government,
reached home last night from Fargo,
where he has completed arrangements
for a Canadian exhibit at the state
fair. Grains, grasses and all kinds
of farm products found in western
Canada will be displayed. The exhibit
Is already on the ground ready to be
unpacked. An exhibit will also be
made at the Red river valley fair in
this city.
Miss Crosmaa.
Miss Henrietta Crosman and her
company in "Mary, Mary, Quite Con
trary" at the Metropolitan last even
ing drew a fairly good sized house.
There is very little plot to the piece
which is a light farce comedy and
were It not for the talent demonstrated
by the star and her support, there is
little to produce a lasting impression.
They make the most of the play pos
sible. Mr. Boyd Putnam as Herbert
Danvers, the man in the case, was ex
cellent and the company as a whole
furnishes Miss Crosman with good sup
port. There are some pretty compli
cations in the piece all of which work
out with a rapidity a trifle too fast to
be real but Miss Crosman delights
through It all with her dash and fine
conception of the part she plays as
"Herding" Process Poorly
Conducted by Johnson
and Winship.
There are still rumblings front the
state convention at Jamestown ami
not a few of these are the disgruntled
expressions of the Herald, whose de
feated editor finds himself unconsoled
and forlorn in his lost game of dis-.
ruption. Devine has not been heard
ol° since, Spalding is fishing some
where in a location where mosquitoes
have taken the place of the political
bee of office aspiration. Major Mur
phy, according to the delegation from
his own home town, is dead and buried
politculiy and the few insurgent
mourners go about the streets, for
lorn and depressed.
The results of the convention do not
rankle so much with the insurgent
who found himself mislead and had
discontinued his pursuit of strange
idols returning to the party he knows
to be right. The sincere Insurgent,
the man true to his convictions al
though duped and mislead. Is in a far
preferable situation than that of the
disruption leaders.
The Herald editor cannot swallow
the stinging defeat with anything but
a wry face for it is bitter. Evidently,
the fact that Ward county got what
it went after and hung together like
one man realizing that in unity there
is strength, rankles upon the Herald
editor and he now claims that the
"delegation was herded tike sheep."
Along the line of a discussion of
the work of delegations at the con
vention. a glance at the Grand Forks
delegation might be timely. Talks
with insurgent leaders and men of
prominence In the party leads to one
conclusion. A more dlssattsfied dele
gation of men never returned from a
state convention than the representa
tion from this county. Not so much
with the results, for few of them hoped
to win, the foolish claims of the Her
ald some time ago being discredited
and given little credence. It was not
that .they were disappointed but that
they realized that they had been made
monkeys of and by the men who posed
as leaders of the cause they them
selves conscientiously believed right.
Ask any fair minded man what he
thinks of the leadership of Johnson
and of Wtnshtp at the convention.
What of the spectacle of Attorney
Frank Feetham, when with hair on
end and arms akimbo he rambled In
a shrill voice about this or that, im
material and silly, while his friends
in the delegation sat and prayed that
his paraoxUm would soon be over.
Was the representative from Grand
Forks county lead to the satisfaction
of the insurgents themselves and were
they satisfied? No, the voice of a
majority of that delegation answers
emphatically no.
The writer has talked with many of
them. They are ashamed and they are
indignant at the folly so apparent at
that convention.
At the insurgent caucus on that
eventful morning. Mr. Johnson who
was willing to be slaughtered, object
ed to some of the men present wear
ing Sarles badges. Men who might
have had an Interest in the principles
they advocated were invited in so
many words to leave the hall and they
did so. The insincerity of the dicta
tors was made evident right there
and they lost the support of the think
ing element of their following.
The Herald can no more stem the
tide of Ignomlnous defeat to its editor
and his cohorts at least than it can
change the course of the sun in the
heavens and this verdict is the ver
dict of the very men who attended
the convention as delegates from this
county. Insurgents seem of the one
opinion and that is that they were
made to appear in a foolish light by
the office seekers and that their lead
ership was but an effort to do a herd
ing stunt which makes that of the
handling of any other delegation look
like the free and untrammeled liberty
of the grzing grounds of the universe.
O'Connell vs. the Soo for Al
leged Assault in Federal
Court Today.
The case of Lindsay Brothers vs.
Charles E. Kruger et al„ is rapidly
drawing to a close in the federal court
at Fargo. The plaintiff rested just
before noon Wednesday and the de
fense was commenced in the after
The next case for trial is D. M. O'
John Sorley of this city. Mr. Jacob
son and Mr. Sorley are full brothers
and the difference in family names is
due to a peculiar custom in vogue
among the Scandinavians.
the Minneapolis, St Paul
& Saulte Ste. Marie Railway company.
The action was brought to recover
$5,000 damages.
The plaintiff is a traveling man,
making headquarters in this city, and
In the complaint in the case it Is
charged that he was assaulted by the
manager of the railway eating house
at Enderlin. He is charged to have
sustained serious injuries and demands
95,000 as recompense.
First Tine Oat
Miss Sarah Hoiseth is recovering
from an Illness with tonsilltls and yes
terday was able to be out for the first
time in the past week or fortnight
Visit la Helena.
Miss Cassie Gannaw left last even
ing for Helena, Mont, where she goes
on an extended visit with a married
To St Part.
C. C. McMullen has gone to St Paul
on a business trip and while gone
will lay in a stock of supplies for the
local harness shop.
Cetebratlag Birthday.
Frank Pickett of Larimore, who is
visiting his aunt, Mrs. Charles Lond,
is today celebrating his ninth birth
day anniversary. He gave a little
party in honor of the day.
Visiting His Soa.
S. B. Tucker of Burlington, la., is
the guest of his son Roilie Tucker and
family and will remain for an extended
visit. Mr. Tucker states that the corn
crop in Iowa this year in his section
is bound to be a bumper one.
Subscribe for The Evening Times.
Special Coach Engaged—Low
Rates and a Big Time—
Fast Horses Coining.
1 waat to see a big crowd at.
«N tend the state fair fjruni this city
on the fitth, Grand Forks day. The
date has been misstated, it Is the $
2.ith, and a s|»eclal coach will be
secured for the trip. We expect
to get a rate of less thaa one fare
and we should have at least
people for the trip. The special
will leave here at about 7:80 a.
m* returning In the evening.
—John Dlnnie.
The above statement was made to
The Evening Times by ex-Mayor John
Dlnnie this morning and the arrange
ment committee consisting of Senator
Bacon, H. X. Wells, E. J. Lander, A.
L. Woods, O. M. Hatcher and Mayor
Duis Is completing the details for the
biggest day ever In the history of a
state fair excursion.
The blacksmiths will close shop on
that date, as mentioned in The Even
ing Times last evening, and in fact
there will be little doing in a business
way in this city on the 25th.
Grand Forks wants to do herself
proud In her representation at the
state fair and undoubtedly will show
Fargo what a crowd of "rooters" can
be turned out from this city.
Harem Coming Here.
"Speaking of fairs," said Mr. Dln
nie. "I want to say to you that we are
going to have a hummer in this city
when the Red River Valley exposition
opens on the 31st.
"We are going to have more ex
hibits than ever and the races will be
the best ever. The fair comes after
the other meets have closed and the
state fair entries will come here. I
look for some record smashing and
some sport to make the horsemen glad
and the entire fair to be a grand suc
Match Game Tonight.
Peter Capsalis has accepted the
challenge of J. W. Fawcett to a match
game of pool, 50 balls even, for |10 a
side, and the game will be played at
the Hotel Dacotah parlors at 8:30 this
evening. J. H. Trotter has been
agreed upon as referee, and friends of
the two contestants will watch the
game with considerable interest.
With Races at Hilisboro aad Opening
of Miato Fair.
Rain interfered yesterday with the
second day's racing program at the
Hilisboro meeting, and today's pro
gram will be a double affair, including
the races postponed from yesterday in
addition to those arranged for today.
There was no rain at Hilisboro yester
day after 2 o'clock, and it is expected
that the track will be in fine shape,
should there be no more rain.
Rain interfered yesterday with the
opening ot the Minto fair and race
meeting, and the opening was post
poned until today. The rain there was
not as hard as at this point, and it is
believed that clear weather from now
on that the opening will be witnessed
by a large crowd. The race program
today on account of the postponement
will be a big one.
Second Day of the Annaal Bible COB.
fereace Excellent Program.
This is the second day of the annual
Bible conference at the Chautauqua
grounds—known as Fellowship day,
and an elegant program has been ar
ranged, as follows:
9:15 a. m.—The Junior Department:
(a) Equipment (b) Study and Train
ing, Mrs. S. P. Johnson.
9:45 a. m.—The Superintendent and
the Lessons: (a) Teachers' Meetings
(b) Lesson Forecast, Mr. John Or
10:15 a. m.—Teacher Training Les
son (a) A First Lesson (b) Studies
In Luke, Rev. Geo. R. Merrill, D. D.
11:00 a. m.—Bible Study of He
brews, Rev. A. J. Frost, D. D., Dean
Northwestern Bible school.
3:00 p. m.—Reasons for Hopeful
Effort, Rev. A. B. Marshall, D. D.,
4:00 p. m.—"JThe Work of Sataa,"
Dr. Pratt.
8:00 p. m.—"The Bright Side of a
Home Missionary's Experience," Rev.
G. N. Luccock, Chicago.
8:45 p. m.—Address, Dr. Pratt.
Back From Hampden.
Architect Edwards returned yester
day evening from Hampden where he
was looking after the building of the
bank for which he prepared plans and
Selected From Panovlts' Stock.
The piano recently won by the
Trinity Lutheran church of this city
in the Herald contest was selected
from the stock of S. Panovitz it being
the first choice. A Clough & Warner
was selected.
Returned From Vacation.
Miss Nellie Cotter, after an extend
ed trip in the east, has returned home
and will at once assume her duties
in the Ontario store. While away she
visited New York, Pittsburg, Mount
Clemens, Mich., and numerous other
places of Interest.
Directed Verdict in Trespass
Action—Dr. Devitt vs. Geo.
P. Flath Called.
That suit entitled Henry Holwager
vs. George Seebart, A. A. Hood and
C. H. Baldwin, begun yesterday morn
ing in the district court, was com
pleted and given to the jury, which
this morning brought.in a verdict of
$55.06 for the plaintiff. The latter
sued originally for $150.
Another suit In which the same
party was plaintiff and A. A. Hood and
George Sebart defendants, came on
for trial immediately following. Judge
Cowan at the conclusion of the evi
dence and arguments directed a ver
dict for the defendants. In this action
Holwager sued for $500 for trespass
and Injuries alleged to have been sus
tained by Mrs. Holwager through acts
of the defendants who are alleged to
have come upon the Holwager farm
unlawfully and to have taken forcible
possession of a quantity of grain
stored thereon.
Skulason & Skulason represented
the plaintiff In both actions and J. H.
Bosard the defendants.
This afternoon the case of Devitt vs.
Flath was called but owing to the ab
sence of Dr. Irwin, who Is wanted
by the defense as a witness, the de
fendant asked for a continuance. This
is an action In which Dr. Devitt sued
for $400 for professional services. De
fendant upon filing of suit made a
counter claim of $10,000 for damage
for alleged mal-practlce.
Sensational Runaway at Noon
Endangered Popular Young
Larry OConnor and a friend. Miss
M. Kelly, both well-known and popu
lar young people, were the principals
in a most sensational runaway at 1:30
this afternoon. Mr. O'Connor was
driving a high-spirited horse along In
ternational avenue toward Third
street and just as they passed the fire
hall the animal taking sudden fright
leaped into the harness and bolted.
The driver would likely have been
successful in controlling the runaway
but for the Inopportune presence In
the street near the city ball of a dirt
wagon. The runaway came Into col
lision with a mighty crash, throwing
Miss Kelly out on the pavement and
smashing the front wheels and the
front portion of the runabout into
fragments, also breaking the reach on
the wagon in two. Mr. O'Connor hung
on a few minutes, but was thrown out
through the striking ot the forward
part of the rig upon the pavement.
Neither Mr. O'Connor nor his com
panion were hurt beyond bruises,
though their clothing was more or less
torn. The horse continued in its
flight along Third street, finally going
to the livery barn on Bruce avenue.
The damage will amount to $50 or $75.
Grand Forks Man Loads Cigar With
Fire Cracker and Then Smokes It
"Hits and Mrs." in the Walsh Coun
ty Record: A Grand Forks man whose
name we will not mention at this time
or day after tomorrow, had a little ex
perience the other day with a loaded
cigar, which kicked back like an ugly
mule In fly time. After working two
hours inserting afire cracker In the
cigar, he labored industriously for four
days trying to pass it off on a particu
lar friend, but the friend did not seem
to care about smoking. From contin
ual handling the cigar began to show
signs of broken health the wrapper
was pealing off and it assumed the ex
pression of a hen's foot While in this
condition it occurred to the man that
he wanted' to smoke and he fished out
the tobacco cartridge and after mend
ing a few leaky joints and taking up
the slack in the Innocent wrapper,
raised in South Dakota lit it up and
leaned back in his chair to enjoy a few
whiffs of consoling smoke. About two
was all he got when the report came
and tobacco and smoke filled he air
accompanied by some remarkable re
marks from the man, who had intended
to have a little explosion of powder
and laughter at his friend's expense.
After the noise had been removed and
the minutes read and corrected the fire
cracker dentist showed that he was
good stuff by telling how it happened.
Coaslderlag Grand Forks Day.
The directors of the fair are hold
ing an Informal meeting this after
noon for the purpose of considering
ways and means of making Grand
Forks day at the Fargo state fair an
event that will give that city a genu
ine surprise. President Lander has
just returned from the twin cities
where he was Investigating the mat
ter of rates and general transportation
arrangements, and while no conclus
ions have been reached there will be
an opportunity for the people of this
city to take Fargo by storm.
Will Come to Grand Forks.
Mrs. Frank W. Tlbbals and daughter
Miss Lottie of Fargo, who have been
spending the session tenting at the
Chautauqua .are now in Devils Lake
and will occupy the Frank Stoltze
residence for a few weeks until the
return of Mrs. Stoltze and family from
Freeport, 111. Miss Lottie Tlbballs
will be an acquisltlo nto the tonMiing
will be an acquisition to the teaching
force of our city schools this coming
New Arrival at Lakota.
Robert Kelley, a prominent Lakota
man, was wearing a most beautiful
smile coming In on the train from
Devils Lake to Lakota yesterday even
ing the occasion being a telegram re
ceived a short time before leaving
Devils Lake announcing the arrival
of a fine new baby daughter at his
home in Lakota.
For years the doctors have been
saying that people eat too much. We
will bet that within a short time, doc
tors win be saying people do not eat
\f v'-V.V''"
E. J. Lander & Go.
Chairman L. B. Hanna Says
Grand Forks Report Was
Not Authorised.
Fargo Morning Call: "The report
In the Grand Forks paper regarding
republican headquarters and the open
ing of the campaign was unauthorized
as far as the Btate central committee
is concerned," said Chairman L. B.
Hanna to the Call representative yes
terday. "However," he continued, "the
headquarters will be in Fargo, but
there will be no hurry about opening
the campaign. Headquarters will
be opened about September 1, which
will be plenty early enough. A meet
ing of the state central committee will
be called by me soon and at that time
the matter of opening, headquarters
will be settled."
"The democrats appear to be en
deavoring to stir up some enthusiasm
and talk of having a chance to carry
the state," was suggested.
"Let them have all the fun they
want to. They stand mo show what
ever in this Btate'and are welcome to
make all the noise they desire," said
Mr. Hanna.
Editor M. H. Jewell of the Bismarck
Tribune is secretary of the.state cen
tral committee and Maj. C. J. Hamil
ton of Grand Forks Is secretary of
the executive committee. Major Ham
ilton will probably assist at the state
central headquarters. Mr. Hanna is
of the opinion that a long campaign
will neither be necessary nor wise..
Institution With Capital of £0,000
Formed by Mlnot People
It. U. Bosard Interested.
The Mlnot Business and Normal col
lege is the name of anew educational
Institution which has been Incorpor
ated there recently with a capital
stock of 950,000.
The incorporators are Dr. M. H.
Scholberg, Attorney R. H. Bosard,
formerly of this city, Prof. J. C. Lowe,
County Superintendent P. E. Christen
son of Bottineau county, and David
Clark, county commissioner of Bot
tineau county.
The capital stock Is divided into 500
shareB of a par value of $100. Officers
will be elected at a meeting of the
stockholders. The college will erect
a large brick block In the Brooklyn
The establishment of this education
al Institution means much to the wel
fare of Mlnot an dvlclnity and It is
hoped that the people of Ward county
will show their appreciation. The in
corporators hope eventually to erect
dormitories and boarding houses as
well as a college building. It Is ex
jwcted to have the dormitories ready
this fall.
San Way to Get Bait.
The boy wanted some worms for
bait. He had selected a promising
spot, a shady and low-lying dell, but
though he had been digging now for
fifteen minutes not a single worm had
his spade turned up.
"Here, sonny," said an old angler,
"take this chunk of soap and make
me a quart or two of soapsuds."
The boy brought the suds, the old
man sprinkled them over the ground,
and then he in turn began to dig. It
was amazing. Here where the boy
before had not found a single worm'
the old man now discovered them in
"You can find worms 'moBt any
where, sonny," said the old man, "if
you wet the ground with soapsuds
first. The soapsuds draws them, the
same as molasses draws files. A weak
mixture of blue vitriol and water will
do the same thing also."
N S1
For a Place
H-Hiy_'Tlireo houses on corner
lot, oIoho in oity water uiul cel
lars,. Two of them bolng ei'VCII
room liouana and tho other tuur
room, Tlio prlco of ull three IH
»r..00«. Tlio.v rent for $58 per
month. Como lit uuU lot ux show
tliem to you.
on Melmont Avo. 50 ft. lot largro
nlvo burn on promise*. Olty
water In IIOUHO. Lot us show
this to you.
B7«U-fa,aM. This IIOUHO It)
new nnd in first rliiss condition.
II Is not a chmip house, hut
Aooil 8-room houso built of the
very best mnterlul that money
ran buy and llnlslieil up In the
same style. Water, sewer and
bath. 50x140 ft. lot fneltur on one
of tho nicest streets In the vtty.
An excellent proposition If you
want a nice home and aptirci lato
the value of good house when
you see It.
H-K09L—91,1100, New house In
north end. Five lartfe rooms.
City water and cellar. Wood
shed on premises. This Is a
beautiful little home. It can
be bought on easy terms. $100
to 1.100 cash down, the balance
In monthly payments.
SHOO for a new small house three
good rooms. Two lots. Good
well on premises. An ubsoluto
bargain. 15-806.
R-7im.—n,IOO. A modern house,
new and In good condition, and
located In a first-class locality.
Hero Is nn elegant placo that
couldn't be built for anywheres
near this money.
rt Vj y-yr
THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1906.
A new seven-
room house on a corner lot. City
water. lOvorytlilug In good
bright clean condition.
£MO uplcce for lots on North
Third 81. This atroot is paved
and the lots huve the advantage
of all modern Improvements, In
cluding well located to school,
center of city, etc. We will sell
on very reasonable terms.
ll-SOlv—flTa nnd aiBO anlece for
Inside'lots facing on Dakota Ave.
Terms to suit your convenience.
These aro money makers.
a lot for two nice corner
lots facing on Walnut St. $25
down and 110 per month.
Seven-room modern house on 8th
Ave. between Chestnut and Wal
nut Streets. Modern oxcept heat.
)25 per month.
Six-room house, new and In good
condition, on lone Ave. This
houso has seven rooms, but the
owner reserves on® side room.
810 per month.
Three tlvo-room houses, No. 718,
720 and 722 North Fifth St. City
water and cellar. $18 per month.
Owner pays water rent
Seven-room house on Chestnut
St. City water and sewer. 820
per month Tenant to pay water
Seven-room houso on University
Ave. Wutor und cellar. $18 per
month. Tenant to pay water
Seven-room house on 7tli Ave.,
water und cellar. Rents at $18
per month.
E. J. Lander & Go.
Mineral Water
A most temptingly deli«
dons flavor all its own.
Splits 1Q eta.
For Sale Everywhere
Dacotah Bell Hop Saves $500
From Tips for a Trip to
"I wonder where Jack is?"
Probably forty or fifty of the Hotel
Dacotah patrons have asked that ques
tion during the past two or three days.
By "Jack" they mean Jack Marugame,
the little Jap bellhop who has answer
ed the beck and call of guests of the
Dacotah for the past year and a half.
Jack gave the management notice of
Intention to leave last Saturday and is
now employed at one of the leading ho
tels in Havre Montana. His boon cotn,
panlon and countryman, George Kan
isnasa, who is at present operating the
elevator but who, within the next two
years expects to complete a course in
surgery and medicine, remained here.
Jack, during the period of his employ
ment saved an even $500 from the tips
he received. He expects to return to
his native heath in the Flowery King
dom next summer.
George Kanisnasa is the son of a
Japanese nobleman who is well to do
but the young fellow, like many others
in Japan, Is anxious for a rub with the
outside world. During his three-year
stay In the United States he has not
only learned to write and read well,
but has completed the equivalent of
two years' study In medicine and surg
ery. He expects before long to go to
Los Angeles to visit an older brother
who owns a large fruit ranch and who,
by the way, is at present laid up In a
hospital as a, result of an Injury sus
tained the day of the big San Francisco
earthquake when a brick loosened by
the shock fell from a two-story build
ing on a Los Angeles street striking
him on the head and cutting a deep
The young men of the Mikado's
realm are exceedingly bright and very
rapid In the art of learning the waya
of this country. Jack Marugame when
he left this city had come to be some
thing out of the ordinary as a billiard
and pool player.
The fashion of giving sensible
names does not appear to have reach
ed the Pullman Car Co. Ever see a
Pullman car named the Elizabeth Jane
or the Catherine Ann?
Continued from Page 6.)
of East Grand Forks, Minnesota, and
from any further proceedings In the
matter of the removal for any cause ot
said relator from said office of alder
man of the First ward of said city,
until the next term of this court on
the first day thereof at the opening ot
court on said day, and until the fur
ther order of this court and that you,
and each of you show cause at such
term why you should not be absolutely
restrained from any further proceed
ingjs In the matters hereinbefore set
forth, and then and there abide the
further order of this court. Have
you also then and there this writ with
your return thereto.
St. Pul, Snperlor, Wlnip^,
Itailath. Mlaaaapolia
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