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*. t**V v' PAGE EIGHT & I&. lb. It? I SET, I& ,:• IK I Cs lit,. I? I" |p» S lr J. W. Ross, the architect. &C< fa UvJ ft?/ mk W. J. Edwards, the other architect. S. H. Collins, a well known newspa per man of Escanaba, Michigan, one of the proprietors of the Dally Mirror of that city. Is visiting in this city and East Grand Forks, where his brother. City Attorney Collins resides. He is very much pleased with the two cities. May Play BemidJL Negotiations are in progress between the managers of the Grand Forks Pick etts and the semi-professional team of Bemidjl for the coming Sunday at Be mldji. The latter offer all expenses and a purse for the game. It will be known this evening whether or not the locals will accept the proposition. New M. E. Church at Neehe. The laying of the cornerstone of the new Methodist Episcopal church at Neche, N. D., will be observed next Saturday, Aug. 11, at 3 p. m. The service will be conducted by Rev. M. P. Burns, assisted by local and visit ing clergymen. The address will be given by the Rev. Burns. A splendid service of music will be rendered. REAL ESTATE W. H. KELSEY No. 20 N. Fourth St. Both 'Phones No. 20 For Rent-Four room house on Fourth avenue, $9.00 For Rent—5-room house near Winship school. New, $15.00. For Rent--5-room house city water fee. $16.00. For Sale-1000-acre cattle or sheep ranch in Montana. Free wood free coal 12 miles of wire fence good buildings 2 springs on ranch. Fine climate. Price, $8000. For Sale-All modem house on corner lot. South Fourth street, $2900. For Sale~A 4-room house in River Side Park, $900. COMIX EVENTS. "On the Bridge at Midnight," Metro politan, Aagniit 15. THE CTY BRIEF Chiropody. Corns treated. Dr. Collier's foot remedies for sale. 104 V& So. Third St. Public Stenographer. Laura Daubenbcrg, Room 2, Clifford Billdlng. Phones—9S3M. X. 393 B. Tri-Stale. Ladies'Shampoo. Ladies' shampoo, scalp and facial treatments. Mrs. Douglass, 104% S. Third street. For the Ladies. Bring your shirtwaists to Mrs. Emma Deering's and have them made up-to-date for $1.00 and $1.25 apiece. 121 S. Third street. Sue the Herald. Abe Goldstein threatens to sue the Herald for $5,000 damages for copy ing a wedding notice published in The Evening Times. Wetterlin Resigns. C. A. Wetterlin, bookkeeper for The Evening Press, has tendered his resig nation and will seek other occupation. M. J. Coughlan, east side representa tive for the same paper, has also sev ered his connection with the paper to take effect in a few days. Michigan S. P. Man. In KMInei? Business. Peter McGregor, who recently re signed his position in the government mail service at the local postoffice, it is reported Is soon to go into the whole sale millinery business in St. Paul, being associated with two other gen tlemen who are experienced in the business. One of the other two is Pat Raymond, now making this territory for a well known twin city wholesale firm. The third party is in the same line. It is understood that the three are arranging to open up the coming fall. Sale of Farm. Negotiations were concluded yester day by which J. M. Smith, president of the Alliance Hail association, dis poses of his large farm near Emerado, to Mr. A. M. Masters of Jacksonville, 111. The farm consists of eight hun dred acres and is one of the best farms in the county. The sale will enable Mr. Smith to devote his entire atten tion to the business of the hail associ ation, which is growing to large pro portions. The sale was negotiated through Attorney George L. Merrill, I will give $150 per month for a satisfactory all modern store room and basement 25x 120 to 140 feet and give lease for 5 to 10 yean. Must be be tween Alpha and Kittson aves., on Third st eet. For Sale-New house. All modem but heat hardwood floor and finish. University avenue, $3350. For SaIe-5-room house, 2nd avenue, $950. All wooden house $3000. For Sale—All modern 7-room house on Belmont avenue. Lot 75x 160 fine lawn price, $3600 of Jacksonville, and E. J. Lander's company of this city. To Spend Sunday. .1 mlge C. J. Fisk left today for Lake Bemiilji. where he will make an over Sunday visit with friends. Buxton Visitors. Dr. O. Knudson. the well known Bux ton physician, and Carl Berg, son of the Buxton druggist, were both visi tors in the city last evening. Cniup Clifford. The boys of the Y. M. C. A. have named their summer camp at Lake Plantaganet. Minn., "Camp Clifford" after their honored president. An Aid De Camp. Commander in Chief Tanner of the Grand Army of the Republic has ap pointed D. \V. Luke of Grand Forks an aid de camp on his staff. It is "Col onel" Lulce now. East for Goods. George Schwara, the well known local clothier, leaves Sunday for the east where he goes to purchase a new fall stock for the shelves of the local store. T. P. A. in Town. R. S. Greenwood, traveling passen ger agent for the Michigan Central railway, has arrived in the city for a visit with his brother, W. E. Green wood and family. Indians Lost. The Larimore ball team yesterday defeated the Sioux Indians in a well played game by a score of 8 to 5. Jack Marquette of this city twirled for the winning aggregation. Marriages. Licenses to marry have been issued to Phil Adler of Milwaukee and Miss Louise Bakken of Grand Forks, and to Olaf Quensrud and Olga Heen, both of Mekinock. The former couple will be married tomorrow. Condition Unchanged. The condition of Jerome L. Bosard, who is critically ill with Bright's dis ease, remains unchanged. The mem bers of the family are hoping there may be a turn for the better, but fear the worst. Here From Crookston. Miss Susie Monroe of Crookston was the guest of Mrs. Bobbins today while enroute to Grafton for a visit with friends there. Miss Jennie Nisbet has returned from Lake Bemidji where she has been residing for several weeks past. Face Poisoned. M. Norman, the furniture man, is suffering with a bad case of ivy pois oning, his face being the worse afflict ed. Mrs. Norman and family returned today from Lake Bemidjl, after a six or seven weeks' outing. They are greatly pleased with Lake Bemidji as a summer home. Same Old Sam. Sam McDonald, formerly proprietor of the Dacotah Pharmacy of this city, now in the drug business at Fargo, left last evening on his return home. He has been attending the Pharma ceutical association meet and greet ing many of his old-time friends in this city. Sam's friends will be pleas ed to learn that he is prospering fairly. Sunday School Picnicing. The Sunday school of the First Methodist church of this city is en joying a delightful picnic at River side Park today. In addition to the splendid liets of amusements provided for the occasion several interesting races were enjoyed. Dr. Healy is said to have come in winner in one though there is some suspicions that this story is not correct. The genial doc tor refuses to talk. The little folljs are having the time of their lives and the older ones are not far behind in their appreciation of the pleasures of the day. Kent Realty & Investment Co. —CITY REAL ESTATE— Grand Forks is growing rapidly and real estate values are in creasing accordingly. Buy now and profit thereby. FOR RENT—On North Sixth St., a six-room house with city water, toilet and sink brick foundation and cellar good woodshed. $20 per month FOR RENT—On Cottonwood St., six-room house .newly papered and painted, city water, brick foundation good shed. $20 per month. I4H buys a most desirable fifty foot corner lot on Cottonwood St., a fine building site. 1183. $475 for a fine fifty-foot corner on University Ave. Just what you are looking for, a bargain. 1161. •1000 will purchase a good six room house on North Sixth St., close in city water, brick founda tion, fine lawn and shade trees, entire lot fenced In, good shed. House is easily heated and In ex cellent condition. 1245. We eaa Bell you lots at from $50 up in any portion of the city. Let us know what your requirements are we will supply them. Stop paying rent be your own land- OPEN EVENINGS The Kent Realty and Investment Company HUM STEALS KIIETY DOLLARS-THEN CONFESSES D. J. Babcock, Guest at Ingalls House, Robbed Last Night of Sum of Money. Yesterday a man whose name, for the consideration of his relatives, is withheld, appropriated a purse con taining about $90 which belonged to G. J. Babcock, foreman of a North western Telephone compau.v construc tion crew, who lives at the Ingalls house in this city. He at once took himself to the east side, where he proceeded to do a lively stunt in the way of dispensing liquid refreshments to his friends. Suspicion pointed to the man and he was brought to this side and confronted with the charge. He admitted his guilt and at once promised to repay the money provided the matter was dropped. This action was finally taken and the matter rests in that shape at the present time. WANTS DIVORCE. Electric Light Man at l.ariniore Charges Cruelty. Earnest A. Livingston of Larimore has started an action for divorce from his wife, Anna Livingston, in the dis trict court. The plaintiff charges the defendant with cruel and inhuman treatment and habitual intoxication. Mr. Livingston is the superintendent of the city electric light plant. S. J. Cowley and W. L. T. Goodison are handling the case for the plaintiff. SIDDEX DEATH. Wife of Weil-Known An ilia Farmer at the Age of 28. Einana, wife of William Drucke, in Arvilla township, died on Monday mornlng, Aug. 6, at the age of 28. The husband of the deceased has lived in that locality over twenty-two years and is a well-known farmer, and" was married a little over a year ago. He left Monday evening with the remains for interment at Randolph, Minn. SrfCl'MBS TO INJI KIES. Former County Commissioner of Sel son County. A telegram received at Petersburg last Saturday morning from Spokane, Wash., contained the sad information that Mr. John H. Ryall, well known in Nelson county and for years county commissioner of Nelson county and a former resident of Adler township, had sustained serious injuries in an accident, while another message a short time later said that he had suc cumbed to his injuries. His son David of Adler, took the flyer west that evening. He was a member of the A. P. & A. M., at Lakota. His sudden death will be a shock to his many friends in the western part of the county. CITY JUKORS. List of Citizens Chosen by City Coun cil to Serve in This Capacity. The following is a list of jurors for city service selected by a special com mittee of the city council, composing John Lynch, H. C. Rud and W. A. Joy: L. M. Neil, Clarence Allen, C. A. Wetterlin, James Murphy, John For sythe, John Derrfbk, C. G. Alguire, O. Gullickson, Wm. Caswell, Geo. Salis bury, Olaf Nelson, Dan Stewart, L. Prescott, M. O. Dragland, A. W. Brek we, Israel Foubert, C. Halick, M. Co hen, L. Borchers, W. O. Gorman, John Rudser, A Eiland, Jas. Turner, jr., M. Fitzgerald, John McGovern, Eugene Ehnard. C. E. Towne, O. Goldberg, Frank Wilkins, Geo. Bristol, A. W. Lemm, Jens, Haugland, J. B. Falk anger, Gus Westberg, Matt Maher, A. W. Young, A. G. Avery, A. J. Pierce, William Alexander, A1 Densmore P. Fitzgerald, Howard Monley, Dick Sta cey, John Sheehy, P. P. Dillon, Budd Abrahamsen, Wm. Giles, A. Kaufman, Noah Burke, Wm. Moss, Robt. Greene, jr., P. J. Holmberg, R. Monley and John Neville- THE SAM DAV1ES CASE. Still on Trial in the United States Court—May* Be Concluded Today. The prosecution rested in the case against Samuel Davis in the federal court before noon yesterday and this afternoon the defense is being made. It is probable that the defense will take up the better part of the day and the case will probably not go to the jury until sometime tomorrow because several important witnesses for the government will- not arrive in the city until tomorrow, when they will be call ed to the stand in rebuttal. Testimony was introduced by the government this morning to show that Davis had been in Nekoma shortly after the robbery of the postoffice at Cavalier and that he had attempted to sell postage stamps. The govern ment's witnesses were not very posi tive about the identification of Davis. In defense this afternoon Attorney Stambaugh, who appears for Davis, introduced testimony to show that Davis had been in Mohall at the time of the Cavalier postoffice robbery and that at the time the government at tempted to show that he was in Neko ma he was in Minot. THE SEW COMMITTEE. Member* of County Central Committee Named Yesterday Evening. A meeting of the delegates to the republican convention was held yes terday afternoon at the court house for the purpose of selecting a new county central committee, under the provisions of the new primary law. A. S. Burrows was elected chairman, and Carl Sorrenson, secretary. The following committee was then elected: Fifth District—Chas. Harshman, Gilby Ed. J. Burgett, Orr A. O. Tro gaton, Northwood James Larmour, Larimore Theo. Hoiton, Larimore. Sixth District—Anton Anderson, Mekinock A. A. Western, Grand Forks Wm. Sprlggs, Grand Forks Chas. G. Alguire, Grand Forks H. O. Haugen, Sr., Manvel. Seventh District H.' Bendeke, Grand Forks C. C. Gowran, Grand Forks L. D. Wyman, Union J. D. Hennessy, Michigan Max Gaulke, Thompson. It was recommended that this com mittee also act as legislative commit tee in their respective districts. The committee will meet at Hotel Northern on Monday next at 6:30 p. m. to organize and transaot other busi ness. t, A. 1 f" THE EVENING TIMES, OFAND FORKS, H. ^r* V-• WAS WON BY 1. IE Minneapolis Man Defeats Som erville of Winnipeg for $500 Trophy Oup. The fourth day of the North Dakota State Tennis tournament o|eiied as auspiciously as did its predecessors and the Interest and attendance at the matches was very good. Perhaps the most interesting series of the tournament was that played yester day afternoon for the $500 trophy cup between Somerville of Winnipeg and Jayne of Minneapolis, in which the lat ter was returned winner. Scores, 6-1, 6-0, 6-2. This gives Jayne the Red River valley championship and the cup. The finals In the state events and mixed doubles are being played today, but it will be Impossible to play off the handicap events and they will, there fore, go over till Saturday. Xorth Dakota Mntc i'hniiiplonMhlp, Mnglra. In the semi-finals: Leistikow beat Collison 6-0, 6-2. Bates beat T. B. Elton 6-1, 7-5. This leaves Leistikow and Bates in finals and the winner will meet Jayne in the challenge round for the state championship and the cup. North Dakota Slate Championship, Doubles. Bates and Leistikow beat. Wilson and Mulr 6-2, 6-1. Bates and Leistikow and Elton brothers meet this afternoon in the state championship in doubles. Handicap Single*. Ellsworth beat Mulligan 6-3, 6-4. Thomas beat Lamb 5-7, 7-5. 6-0. Handicap Double*. Davy and Aldous beat Wilcox and Sedgeley 6-4, 6-4. Curry and Johnson beat Elton brothers 6-4, 6-4. Mlxfil Double*. Mrs. Montgomery and Dr. Wilcox beat Miss Hanson, and Mr. Hamber 6-1, 1-6, 6-3. This leaves Mrs. Montgomery and Dr. Wilcox to play in the finals with Bessie Stevenson and Dr. Sedgeley. E. A. Cross and wife of .Nekara are in the city. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Price of Minot are in town. Mrs. Belle Millen went to Mekiftock this morning. Nate Lafluer was an arrival in the city last evening. W. H. Belideau of Mohall spent last night in the city. Mrs. J. E. MacLean went to Dray ton this morning. B. R. Johnson of Mayville is here on a business trip. C. P. Trepanier went north on the Hannah line this morning. Mrs. M. Halliday and Miss L. Mc Clinch of Minto are visiting in the city. Misses Lena and Lucy Koehler of Cavalier are: spending the day in the city. J. W. Newhouse and family of Fin ley were stopping nthe city last night. Tracy R. Bangs returned this morn ing from a visit of several days at Minneapolis. Mr.' Ralph Riley leaves tonight for Midland, S. D„ where he will spend several months oh his claim, Geo. Salisburg left last evening for Minnewaukon, N. D., where he .goes on business and to visit his sister in-law. Miss Rosabel Milne of the Webster Schulteis agency left for St. Paul this morning, where she will visit friends for a week. D. Flynn, Great Northern claim agent, returned last evening from a visit to the. head offices of his de partment at St. Paul. Miss Margaret Elliott, daughter of Peter Elliott, the well-known Fargo hotel man, is visiting in the city as the guest of Miss Margaret Sullivan. Miss Cella Mohan, Northwestern telephone operator in the local office, has gone to Larimore fo ra week or ten days to supply the place of one of the operators in that exchange. QUEER PREDICAMENT. Horse Catches Tooth While Scratching Noge With Foot Associated Press to The Evening Time*. Houston, Texas, Aug. 10.—One of the finest horses of Waco got into a peculiar predicament at Sidney Smith's livery stable in that city. While scratching his nose with his right hind foot the foot slipped into his mouth, its shoe caught over one of his teeth and he was heid fast for some hours before his rescuers couid ex tricate the foot. NEGRO~MURDERER IS HANGED TODAY Associated Preia t* The Evening Times. Birmingham, Ala., Aug. 10.—Earl Fletcher, a negro, was h&nged here today for the murder ofr Bob Payne, a fellow convict at Flat Top mines. He created a sensation by denouncing Criminal Judge Weaver from the scaf fold just before the drop fell. He said the judge had reprieved a white man Just before the execution though the man was from another county, but went fishing when he, Fletcher, want ed a stay of proceedings. BIO DAMAGES ASKED. William Loeb« President's Secretary, Defendant in 990,000 Damage Suit Associated Press to The ETHIK Tint*. Oyster Bay, Aug. 10.—William Loeb, the president's secretary, was made a defendant in a $90,000 damage suit in which he is charged with having caus ed the false arrest af Nadage Doree, a Jewish writer. The arrest was made iii Washington last winter when Miss Doree was distributing leaflets adver tising her work in the defense of Rus sian Jews at 8t John's Episcopal church. The department of justice will defend Loeb, who says the arrest waB made by Washington police with out his knowledge. herself to be authorized to solicit for the hospital at Rugby tarried at Doy on for a day. She obtained about $15 at that place and started for Lakota. Sheriff McLean of Ramsey county heard of her and a deputy started after her, but she either gave up the quest and hid, or she skipped the counties. Vf -..Jr 1 IKE ORIK MEN END VISIT AND GO IE^ Closing Day of Convention Ends in Grand Carnival of Field Sport*. The twenty-flrst annual meeting of the North Dakota Pharmaceutical as sociation closed last evening and marks one of the most auspicious at)d happy meetings ever held by the or ganization. The visitors began taking their departure last evening and this morning for their various homes. Com pliments were heard on all sides from the visitors on the hospitality of our city. The druggists from over the state and representatives of the wholesale houses from the cities with their wives were a jolly bunch and will always be welcomed here. Winners In the Drua*t»ts» Events. 25-yard race, rubber band around legs, below knee—Netcher 1st. Qulst gard 2nd, Butts 3rd. Potato race, ladies only—Miss Arch er 1st, Mrs. Payne 2nd, Mrs. Gillespie 3rd, Mrs. Darling 4tli, Mrs. Quistgard 5th. 10-yard kicking football at plate, everybody—Chapman 1st, Kilbourne 2nd, Whitmer 3rd, Mrs. Netcher 4th, Kilbourne &th and Howe 6th. Druggists running race—Arthur 1st, Miller 2nd, Robinson 3rd, Seltzer 4th, Howe 5th. 50-yard, gent backward, lady for ward, hands clasped—Mrs. Wold 1st, Mrs. Halliday 2nd, Mrs. Quistgard 3rd, Mrs. Kilbourne 4th, Messrs Howe 1st, Griffin 2nd, Quistgard 3rd, Butts 4th. Travelling men's running race— Richardson 1st, Edgbert 2nd, Davis 3rd and McKown 4th. 25-yard dash, gent carrying his lady —Mrs. Halliday 1st, Mrs. Parker 2nd, Mrs. Arthur 3rd, Messrs. McKohn 1st, Davis 2nd, Arthur 3rd. Ball throwing, hand catching contest —ladies only—Mrs. Darling 1st, Haw ley 2nd, Hamre 3rd, Kilbourne 4th Netcher 5th. Ladies' running race—Mfs. Arthur 1st, Payne 2nd, Darling 3rd, Hamre 4th and Gillespie 5th. Gentlemen's hop, skip and Jump— Arthur 1st, Netcher 2nd, Richardson 3rd. Ladies 50-yard dash and skip the rope—Mrs. Briedenbaugh 1st, Mrs. Parker 2nd, Mrs. Quistgard 3rd. Travelling men's three legged race— Johnson .and Delckert 1st, Quistgard 2nd, Durick 3rd, Brown and Butts 4th. Sack race for druggists—Netcher 1st, Gillespie 2nd, Eckland 3rd, Har rison 4th, Halliday 5th, Owen 6th. Wheelbarrow race, gent wheeling lady, prizes awarded the ladies—Mrs. Payne 1st, Mrs. Gillespie 2nd, Howe 3rd, Mrs. Dilworth 4th, Mrs. D. Gilles pie 5th. Nail driving contest, ladies—Mrs. Netcher 1st, Mrs. Tralnor 2nd, Mrs. J. Wold 3rd and Mrs. Simmins 4th. ALMOST INSTANTLY KILLED. Con, Cosgriff Falls Over Bridge at Far go With Fatal Results. Special to The Evening lime*. Fargo, N. D., Aug. 10.—While cross ing the Great Northern railroad bridge between this city and Moorhead last evening Con .Cosgriff lost his footing and fell over the edge to the river bank, a space of thirty-five feet and was almost instantly killed. The un fortunate man had just finished his work with the rest of the bridge crew which has been occupied on the east end of the bridge framing timber, and after finishing their work at 6 o'clock and putting their tools away, they started for this city where they are stopping. They had just passed the last stone pier when one of the men yelled that Con, who was walking on the guide timber, had slipped, and be fore they were able to lend assistance their fellow workman had dropped to his death. A hack was called, and as he was still gasping for breath, he was taken to the hospital, but the last spark was out when that place was reached and he was moved to the Luger under taking parlors. Cosgriff was a man about 50 years old and lives at North Hudson, Wis., where his wife and six children are now. Wm. Cosgriff, foreman of the gang, is a cousin of the deceased and will accompany the remains to Hud son this morning where they will be interred. The gang employed by the Gr-eat Northern made their headquar ters at Grand Forks and the man was practically-unknown here. A TO BE Stensland's Interests in Out side Companies to be Dis solved at Once. PETITION WAS FILED TODAY Awwlntrd Press to The Evening Times. Chicago, Aug. 10.—The first step In the dissolution of the outside com panies with which Paul O. Stensland, the missing president of the Milwau kee Avenue State bank Is identified, was taken today when a petition In voluntary bankruptcy was filed against the Milwaukee avenue co-operative store by the attorneys representing the State street department store. A petition was filed before Judge Bethea and arrangements ygere made by him to appoint a receiver under the order as soon as possible. Henry W. Her Ing, cashier of the suspehded bank, was today taken to institution. He is alleged to have helped in the ruin. Every precaution was used to get him inside the. building without the knowledge of several hundred per sons who were around the building. Safe Inside the bank cashier immedi ately began to direct the authorities around to the different vaults and secret chests. The Mlnnewaukan Sittings opposes the publication of cards of thanks and says the knowledge of having helped a friend in the hour ol his deepest sorroF. Is more appreciated than columns of cold type. 1 Jb I. .* fv iV 4 E. J. Lander & Go* The Bb?|,ldi^eh!S 15 WATCH REPAIRING Both Phones 788M 113 De Mers Ave. WWOH ILL BE 1200,000,000 State, Board of Equalization Boosts the Railways From $22,477,987 to $27,909,486. The state board of equalization, in session at Bismarck, yesterday com pleted the work of equalizing the as sessment of the various lines of rail ways operating In North Dakota. There are eight different roads and the main lines of all companies were raised in valuation from $7,500 to $9,000 per mile. The side tracks and branch lines were not changed, excepting in the case of the Soo, which was hoisted $500 a mile. With the increased mileage of the various companies, together with the increased valuation, the total raise above last year's figures was $5,431, 499. The entire valuation of all railroads operating in this state as left by the state board is $27,909,486, as against $22,000,000 in round figures for a year ago. The state will derive an addi tional revenue from the railroads this year in the way of taxes, amounting to $175,000. From the changes that are being made at Bismarck by the board it is now anticipated that the total as sessed valuation of the entire state will this year reach the grand total of $200,000,000. The following table shows the rail road assessment in 1905 and in 1906: 1905. 1906. Northern Pacific... .17,822,14$ I8.87S.593 Oreat Northern 8,009,645 8,815,785 Dakota and Great Northern 948,700 1,820,965 Milwauke 1.073.315 1.073,315 Soo 4,472,060 7,041,750 Northwestern 87,930 87,920 Devils Lake & Chautauqua 2.876 2,876 Farmers Grain & Shipping Co 61,323 188,272 Total $22,477,987 $27,909,486 Increase $5,431,499 This increase adds In round figures $175,000 to the revenues of the state alone. EXPLOSION AT HAZLETOX. Klabande's Store Badly Damaged and Young Klabunde Seriously Burned. The store of Klabunde & Co. at Hazleton was badly damaged from a gasoline explosion and George Kla bunde, a son of the proprietor, was badly burned about the fact and arms. It appears that young Klabunde went to the cellar' to get something for a customer and lighted a match to see better. Qasollne was kept in the cellar and It was supposed some of it had leaked, for as soon as the match was struck there was a great ex plosion in the cellar, immediately fol lowed by one In the store above. Kla bunde was knocked down and his clothing set on fire, but lie managed to reach the upper floor and put him self out, but not until his face, neck and asms were badly burned. The explosion blew out the entire front of the store and set fire to the goods In the cellar. .tysw FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1906. j»?ruainK IB a 30x60 ft. brick structure in ^AiiAnt *°0L a'"d fl-88T 99000. This la a beauti IJl home on Belmont Ave. 50x140 I t. corner lot. A good new house. Seven rooms. l'ull basement, firleker up. The house has city water, and all rough plumbing done for bath, etc. Here flrst elass proposition and will bear ,the closest investigation. It Is hffered for less than cost. The location is the very best: and at it nominal cost the house can bo lnade .Into a thoroughly modern home. B-SM-auiO. .Here's two nice lots »n Walnut Street. Quite close In. Splendid locality. If you want these It will be necessary for vou •to act quickly. Very reasonable* terms can be arranged for. B-SS4—$3000. A nice home on Chestnut Street. 8 rooms. Water, sewer, bath, brlcked-up cellar, etc. 62x140 ft. lot. A very beau tiful home. Very liberal terms. B-828—$1600. Here's a six-room house on Walnut St., with city water, cellar^ etc. Wood shed on premises. A nice clean home In 4 desirable locality and at a verv reasonable price. St ,!2.caJedveneered00d ,n a North Dakota town. bed rooms. BMement 22x60 ft coiUatn- !.»« wash room, vegetable room, store room for 'groceries. Soo^o »t1ooeLrUmZtl,UO«„^n8-Beiis- The h"«lne88 •rwv lo fisuu per month. Success assured to a aroori hotoi mnn furniture etc *t°ho waih\t Efa£H»,t,0nH amouStfTo from W*quote w!U 86,1 i* ®tc.. tno way it stands, and can a orlre that will Rettsonabfe ^erm "i-H^t^ttiTang^d^or. '°r building, lot. Pr'Ce' prtrt,cu,a'-8- ctt" I -MIS. A fine 50x140 ft. corner ot in Skldmore'a Add. Easy terms. *-N10 $tOOO. Six-room house on I ourth Avenue. Pine shade trees. Wood shed on premises. 11-800—sooo buys two nice lots and a three-room house loeated on one of the good residence •streets. It's a bargain. PI-041—$1800. Hive-room house with good large barn In the north end. 50x140 ft. lot. City water, etc. 1B-0S3—.$nOO. A nice 50x140 ft. corner lot'with large shade trees on side of lot as well as In front. Beautiful building site. Two nice lots on North Fourth St. Very desirable residence locality. B-T4H—$1800. A good seven-room house on North Third St. with water, sewer, good cellar, etc. Nice lot with somo fine shade trees. Paved street. B-744—$3R0. Two lots on North Seventh Street, quite close in. SVuter' In street. We have secured the services of an ex* perlenced Watchmaker and are now pre* pared to do all hinds of WATt AND JtWELHY REPAIRING at lowest prices. Telephone us aad we will call for yonr Watches, Jewelry and Clucks to be re* Blave aired, All work la guaranteed, a number of PAWNED WATCHES on band which will be sold very cheap. H. ZISKI1V, Broker and Jeweler Mineral Water Babbles over witH healthfalness Splits 10 cts. For Sale Everywhere GRAND FORKS FRUIT CO., Atfeots s7i!?wL^ywth.e wls,consin Corn— SSfsl No. 3 y. F,a* 1.0¥0n0n00aPbOu.,8fo8rtOthke8 Grain and »Vifii brokers. Room 16t Clifford building. Both phones, 400. Superior Quotatlsaa for HiiHaHlu Delivery. Wheat— May. Sept. Dec 8B :::$** !»-«,.8#-* Low 76% 71 72U &?se :::!6* 71 70 cans ??& curb Chicago Delivery. Wheat— May. Sept. Dec. 0S lit* lit"* S 3 5 1 8 ilt™ Oats— Open ....34%-% 31 Close 34% 31 Pork— Jan. Sept. Dec. Open 13.90-.85 16.87-.90 .. Close 13.87 16.92 ... Lard— Open 8.65-.67 .... Close 8.65 Dulnth Delivery. Wheat— May Sept. Dec Op„en 72% 73 Close 72% 73 Flax— Oct. Sept. Dec Open .. .110*4 112% .. Close ...109% 112% Minneapolis Cash Close. No.. 1 northern 71:11 No. 2 northern 4 Iff No. 3 wheat... 70a? No. 1 duram 7014.712 No. 2 durma /4 gig corn 47ft No. 3 corn ... lis NO. 3 w. oats so& No.<p></p>&r 3 oats 28T4-!2tZ Dalath Cash Close. No. 1 northern 7414 No. 2 northern 112% Foreign Cables. Liverpool—% higher. Northwest Receipt*. ^MlnneaiJoHs—Today,. 150 lfot year, •ju'uth—Today, 29 last year 37 Chicago—Tioday. 449. Winnipeg—Today, 51 last yeur 6' Minneapolis, Aug. 10.—Wheat open ed a little lower on the clear weather in the northwest. There 18 some buy ing, however, this morning. The Ar gentine shipments were a disappoint ment to the bears aB were also the Liverpool cables. This is considered an excellent place to buy some wheat on bears. Subscribe for The Evening Times. WSCOKSM 6WUK & STOCK CO. (Incorporated.) 0nlm ii STOCKS, GRAIN, PROVISIONS SI. Foal. Sspwlw, Wiulptj, Itahrtfct Mlaaaapolia 'NANCB OFFICE Ws» II OHM Mf. t. WABSLBY. A*.'