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PAGE EIGHT Young People's Society. The Young People's Society of Zion's .Lutheran church will be entertained (by REAL ESTATE W. H. KELSEY No. 20 N. Fourth St. Both 'Phones No. 20 For Rest—Five-room house near Wlnship school. $15 per month. For Rest—Seven-room house, city water and sewer, on North Fourth St. Close in. $25 per month. For Rent—Seven-room house, all modern but heat, on K. Fourth St. $22.50 per month. For Rest—Seven-room house on University Ave. City water and cellar. $10 per month. For Sale—Six-room house, city watar, good cellar, fine lawn and barn, on University Ave. $2200. For Sale—Two new houses on Cheyenne Ave. $1,100 each. For Sale—Eight-room house, all modern hardwood floors, 137Vi ft. front. Nice lawn, shade and cement walks, barn. In River 3. W. Ross, the architect. W. J. Edwards, the other architect. THE CITY IN BRIEF At MJnto. Mrs. P. W. Wilder and daughter left yesterday for Minto, where they will be the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Evans. Sherlock Out West. Alderman Sherlock of the east side was a passenger last night to Minot on business which will take him two or three days. Keep Cool With Ice. I have 1,000 tons of ice for sale at 92 per ton, F. O. B. East Grand Forks, car load lots—how is that? Hugh Dunlevy, East Grand Forks, Minn. To See Races. John Dinnie went down to Minnea polis last night to take in the fair and races. Mr. Dinnie is an enthus iastic horseman and anticipates a good time. Special on Tablets and Stationary. Call at the Northern News Stand at 316 DeMers avenue or 205 N. Third street and get your tablets, pencils and stationery. School commences next Monday. J. H. Burke. Here With Prisoner. Tom King, the escaped prisoner from the state penitentiary at Still water, who was captured in Minot as reported in an Evening Times dis patch from there, was taken through ,last evening by a deputy from the prison. Mrs. H. Hansen Friday evening. A program will be rendered in the ichurch, and refreshments served on the church lawn. Everybody invited. 8 o'clock. Same Was Eskelnnd. The name of the man victimized by the sharper yesterday and published in the Evening Times, was Peter Eske lund, and he gives his home as Minne apolis. It now develops that the sum which he was buncoed out of was $20, MSCOKSM (Mill & STOCK CO. (Incorporated.) Detlers la STOCKS, GRAIN, PROVISIONS St. Paul, Superior, Winnipeg, Duluth, Minneapolis BRANCH OFFICE Ha. 16 Clifford BMJ. P. B. WADSLEY, Kjr side Park. Easy terms. Price, $3,000. If you want a nice, pleasant home, this is the place. For Sale—Seven-room house, all modern but gas. Hot water heat. Nice lawn and shade. On JValnut St. Price, $2,600. For Sale—Six-room cottage on Walnut St. Oak finish, city water/ cellar, brick foundation, nice lawn and shade. Rents for $18 per month. Price, $1575. For Sale—Seven-room house, all modern but heat. Fine lawn. Lot, 69x140. ood shade. On Wal nut St. $3400. For Sale—Seven-room house city water in cellar. 50 ft. corner lot. Price. $2100. $500 down and $25 per month buys this. 4 not $3.00 as first reported to the police. Wanted—Painters and Grainers. Grainers will be paid 40 cents an hour. Bailes and Perkins, Ninth St. and Alpha Are. Consolidated the Lodges. Supervising-Deputy W. A. Crouch of Detroit, Michigan, will install 30 can didates tomorrow evening into the lo cal lodge of Foresters. The three lodges at one time existing here have been consolidated and under the name of Grand Forks court 493 with a good membership. Cheap Rate to Toronto, Ont. The Northern Pacific will sell round trip tickets to Toronto, Ont., account annual meeting I. O. O. F., at rate of one fare plus $2.00. Tickets will be on sale Sept. 12 to 14. Limit Sept. 24. Ex tension of limit will be made until Oct. 24. on payment of $1 additional. D. Mulrein, agent. 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. Latest Fall Suitings. Have just received, my line of fall suitings in all the late weaves and colors. We aim to give you satisfac tion in all lines of tailoring work and would like to have yon call and ex amine our fall line before the choice pieces are gone. M. Nordlund, Tailor, 23 So. Third street. A Cavalier County Farmer. E. H. Durbin of Langdon, one of the big farmers of the northern section of -the state, was in last evening en route to Minneapolis where he will attend the fair. He reports the wheat on his ,farm turning out about 20 bushels to the acre. Mr. Durbin farms 5,000 acres in Cavalier county. Public Stenographer. Laura Daubenberg, Room 2, Clifford Building. Phones—983M. N. W- 293 8. Tri-State. Rossoff Locates. A. Rossoff writes Grand Forks friends that he has located at Great .Bend, N. D., and opened a clothing store there. Mr. Rossoff has for some time been a traveling salesman out of ,this city, coming here five years ago from New York. His friends in this city wish him every prosperity. The Seat Sale. The sale of seats for the Maid and the Mummy, the opening bill at the Metropolitan on Saturday evening, Sept. 8, will open on Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Chairs will be placed in the lobby of the operahouse for the .convenience of those who arrive be fore the time for the opening of the sale. Lost. Fine English setter dog in vicinity of the university, white and black spot-, ted and half white and half black face. Finder please notify M. Tamory, bell boy, Hotel Dacotah. SCHOOL AND OFFICE Furniture and Supplies N. W. 'PHONE 1099 GOOD AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY COUN1Y Geo. W. Colborn Supply Co. SIO N. Sth STREET. GRAND FORKS. N. DAK. Kent Realty & Investment Co. CITY REAL ESTATE== 150 DOLLARS down and $15 per month will buy a nice cozy four room house on Cheyenne avenue close in. This is a very desirable little property .and just what many a small family is looking for. The house is brand new, well built has a good brick foundation and cellar also a good well. Here is a chance to buy a home with only $150 as the monthly payments of $15 will repre sent the ordinary rental value of the property. Better let us take you out and show you this house, you will like it. Act quickly, as it will be sold within a verv few days.( DO IT NOW. FOB RENT. On N. Third St.—Bight-room house with •ewer, city water, gas and bath.'. $15 unfurnished, 140 furnished. On Cottonwood St Six-room 'f 'V*. house, city water, brick founda tlon, cellar and woodshed. $20 per month. On University Ave.—Seven-room house, city water, brick founda tion, cellar and woodshed. S18 per month. A. Johnson of Crookston is a busi ness visitor today. The steamer Grand Forks is un loading wheat at the elevator for ship ment. It came from down river. Rack From Erie. Mrs. W. H. Whitman has returned from a delightful visit with friends and relatives at Erie. Rack From Luke. Mark Grandman and family, who have spent the summer at Maple Lake, have returned and are now cozily lo cated in their home in the city. Rack From Cities. A. W. Warren has returned from a two-weeks' sojourn in the Twin Cities, during which time he attended the na tional encampment of the G. A. R. and the Minnesota state fair. He reports having had a very delightful time. Schwani on Shoes. School commences on September 10 and we want every school boy in Grand Porks to wear the "Rfcd School House" shoe. They are guaranteed to be strictly first class. If you try thein once you will buy no other. Geo. Schwam, 123 S. Third street. Liylit Corn Crop. G. W. Brundage is in receipt of a letter from'a resident of Floyd county, la., his old home, stating that the corn crop in that section of the state will be very light. There has been too much rain for a good yield, the letter states. Threshing in Iowa is about over and -the yield of small grain very good. Will Move to the City. Mrs. B. G. Whitehead left last night for Goshen, Indiana, where she will attend to the packing and shipping of the household goods to this city. Editor Whitehead has rented the Mc I Cann house on Reeves avenue and 1 upon the arrival of their household effects from their former home, the family will be at home to their frien.ls in this city. Hotel for Sale. The Enger hotel building in ITp ham. X. D„ must be sold to satisfy lien holders. This is a new twenty seven room building that has never been opened to the public. Upham is a good growing town twenty-two miles north of Towner and is badly in need of a hotel. Those interested call on or write to Tillman Smith, attornev, Upham, North. Dakota. A Wisconsin Farmer. R. Radke of Wausau, Wisconsin, is an arrival and may locate in North Dakota. He is one of the substantial farmers of the Badger state and is at tracted west by the many good reports he hears from other Wisconsin people who have located here. He spoke in a highly complimentary manner of the city and the country he has thus far seen. He is visiting X. R. Lincoln. Kirsch SayT-I Win." Editor "Jack" Kirsch of the Crooks ton Journal went home last evening after a day spent here and on the east side doing the political hand clasp stunt. When asked at the depot last evening as to his chances for the legislature he sajd, "I think I am going to win. Of course one can not tell, but my friends are all very confident and things Iofok good over in this end of the county." (leaning the Glitter*. The street commissioner has during the last few days done considerable woL'k in the north end of the city in the way of cleaning the gutters along the sidewalks and opening the man holes so that the surface water can get into the sewers. The work was certainly needed for the water stood in those drains in many places until it became stagnant and a splendid breeding place for disease germs. Died at Sanitarium. The sad news of the death of W. E. Greenwood has been received here from Battle Creek, Michigan, where he was taken last Thursday for treat ment for dropsy. The family came here from Michigan and have made this city their home for two years where he was engaged in the sale of musical instruments. The funeral will be held from the old home at Cold water, Michigan. Mrs. Greenwood was with her husband at the time of his death. Wineiuan Got Wefcrjr. States Attorney Wineman is back from his trip to Minneapolis and he is not very anxious to take in an other big fair unless well rested up for the ordeal. The jam was some thing immense and it took him two hours and a half to get out to the grounds and the same time to return so that he put in a portion of the day at least riding in a packed street car and hanging on to the edges of that, for room was an unknown quantity he states. The Doctors. The regular meeting of the Grand Forks District Medical society will be held at the Commercial club rooms next Wednesday evening. The discus sion of the several papers will be fol lowed by a luncheon and smoker. The papers: "Zonal Skin Disease"—Dr. JV D." Taylor, Grand Forks. "Localized Pains in the Head and Their Causes"—Dr. C. S. Crane, Grand Forks. "Some Methods of Infection"—Dr. H. H. Healy, Grand Forks. Flowers Reviving. The numerous flower gardens throughout the city have taken on new life since the recent hot spell abated. The lovers of flowers were disappoint ed in that the prospects for the fall beauties did not seem inviting, and this is really the season when they are most enjoyed. But the recent rains and cooler weather had the ef fect of reviving the drooping plants and as a result the gardens have taken on new life and thousands of blooms are now to be seen which a few days ago were not thought possible. No Improvements. The improvements which F. J. Dud ley has contemplated making in hiB barber shop will not be undertaken until next spring. The building of the Griffith store on the opposite side of the street prevented work on the bar ber shop building, because the two would have completely blocked the street. And since the former 1B prac tically completed It is too far In the ruah reason to attempt to renovate the shop. It would take something like a month to do, and while It was in progress there would be little chance to accommodate the trade. During the Call when so many people are in the city from a business stand point, it was not thought best to un dertake the work. THE EVENING TIMES, GFAND FORKS, N. D. To Attend University. Jack Greenbtirg will leave tomorrow morning for Minneapolis and will at tend the University of Minnesota. Mr. Greenberg is a junior at the state uni versity here. He was an employe of S. Panovitz for the past two years. Glen Squires will take his place at the Panovitz store. Elevator Dropped. The elevator in the book depart ment of the Ontario store dropped from the second floor to the basement today, matting a complete wreck of the elevator, but fortunately Injuring no one. It had been loaded and taken to the second floor, and while the help was at dinner a cog wheel In some manner broke, allowing it to drop to the basement. Fixtures Here. The plate glass shotv cases for the new Ontario store have arrived and will be placed in position just as soon as possible. The shelving will be ma hogany finish and of the most mod ern style. The arrangement of the In terior of the store will be such that customers. will have the greatest op portunity to inspect goods without coming in contact with the shopping crowds. New Hose and Chcmicul Wagon. The new combination hose and chemical wagon for the fire depart ment ordered, sometime ago, arrived this morning and is being unloaded today. It is a modern piece of flre flghting apparatus, costing $1,450. It is a combined hose and chemical wagon, weighing about 3,000 pounds, and is a valuable addition to the de partment equipment. The wagon will will be tested in the near future. Had Stolen Property. Harry Lyons, giving his residence as Hankinsonrwas fined $10 and costs to day by Judge Church for bringing stolen property into the state. He was arrested last evening at the Great Northern depot on complaint of H. Lees, who claimed the valise Lyons was carrying as his property. Wit nesses testified that the grip had been given Lyons J»y a stranger and he was released after the payment of the fine. Hunters Caught. A story is being circulated in the city that a couple of well-known busi ness men of the city, who are spending a few days hunting on the Minnesota side, forgot to take out hunting li censes in that state and accidentally ran up against a game warden who demanded that they produce the goods, and not being able to do so were taken before the local court, where they con fessed to the oversight and gladly con tributed to the wealth of the state. Attention G. A. R. .Willis A. Gorman Post will meet in regular session Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Notice the hour. After a brief busi ness session, the Post and Womans' Relief Corps and their friends will convene in joint open session to hear and tell all about how it happened— the capitulation of Minneapolis, other wise, echos of the National encamp ment. Come prepared to have a good time. By order of A. J. Pierce. Commander W. H. Standish, Adjutant. ... Farewell Party. A large number of the friends of Mrs. jC. P. Lund tendered a farewell party this afternoon at her home on Walnut street. The event was in the nature of a surprise. Mr. and Mrs. Lund will leave In a short time for Devils Lake where they will reside, and the many friends ofMrs. Lund desired to give her a token of the high esteem in which she was held by those who knew her best. She was presented with ,a beautiful Haviland tea set. A delightful time was &ad and while the fact that the recipient was to leave the circle in which she has been so much a favorite some what saddened the occasion, it was nevertheless enjoyed by all who were present. Laying Sidewalks. The work of laying sidewalks is still being pushed in the different parts of the city. The old beard walks are disappearing before, the march of mu nicipal progress and their places are being taken by substantial walks which are not only a thing of beauty to the city but are a convenience to the public which uses them. The old board walks were a menace to life and limb, and e'ven in their best condition Were in wet weather a veritable nuis ance to walk over, being slippery wherever covered with dust as they were in most places, so muddy that it was little better than using the mid dle of the street. They will not all be replaced this year but a large per centage will be supplanted by paving blocks and it is to be hoped the city council will prohibit the laying of board walks in the future. Performed a Miracle. Officers Blue and Halverson per formed a miracle this morning, M^hich in olden times would have made them pass for inspired persons. They caus ed a dumb man to s'peak. He was an old-timer who works the dumb racket as a pretext for begging. Officer Blue informed him that he would have to keep moving or be run in, where upon he became Indignant, his speech returned and he informed the officer that he would not be arrested as he was an American born citizen and did not have to take out his naturalization papers, and that as he hVid fought for the country he would not suffer the indignity of an arrest. Later he met Officer Halverson,'and when required to stop begging, took the officer Into his confidence and told him his family troubles and wanted to seal the matter with a grip. Caught at Last. J. S. Hatcher and bride arrived In this city from their honeymoon trip last night at 10:45. They had an nounced their tntentlon of coming on the Overland Flyer, but thought they would deceive their friends, and In stead of coming on that they took the local from Fargo, which reaches this city at the time indicated. But their friends were not to be thrown off this time and a bogus telephone message to Fargo disclosed the fact that they had taken the local. The word was quickly passed and when the train reached the city the crowd was there to receive tl\p couple. They were taken in charge by friends, who es corted them to their apartments in the New Hampshire block, which had been specially decorated for the occasion by the waiting crowd. The decorations consisted of posters, newspapers and a dozen other ludlcrouB things in which calendars played a Conspicu ous part, each of these having large circles drawn around the fifteenth— the date of their marriage. There waB the usual accompaniment of grotesque music, which was kept up until the late morning hours. '.::C.-,S.'' .. •'... .'• W. R, C. Meeting. There will be a regular meeting of the Relief Corps tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. All members are request ed to be present. By order of the president. —May Church. Roy WU1 Recover. Little Harry Johnson, who was in jured by a gun shot wound recently, is now In a fair way to recover. He continues to grow stronger daily and the attending physician believes the danger point Is about past. v3 Woman Is Insane. Cassie Whiteside, who has been at the county hospital at Arvilla for sev eral weeks under treatment, was brought to the jail yesterday evening pending an inquiry Into her sanity. She is undoubtedly Insane and the hearing will be had so soon as County Judge Hassel returns to the city. Had "Happy* Going. Holger Paulson of the Evening Press force, was one of the subjects acted upon by the Great McEwen last even ing and "Happy" proved a ready sub ject. He fished, sang' songs, bowed to imaginary ladies and went through several amusing stunts while under the hypnotic spell cast over him. His Last l'ear. James F. Eiton left for the east thiq afternoon via the Great Northern Oriental Limited to resume his studies at the general theological seminary in New York city. He expects to visit at Smethport, Pa., with a college chum, and will commence his work at the seminary about the 20th of September. Counting Noses. Word is given out at democratic headquarters in this city that no esti mate will be placed on the probable re sults of the election in this state be fore October 15. It is stated that a canvass of the several counties of the state is being made and that when completed the results of the election will be known. Sew Water Tank/ A new style of water tank for thresher's use is seen on the streets being a metal tank with pump at tached, the gear and wheels all of lighter buil.if than the old wooden tanks and heavy gears. The new tanks are made specially for the thresher's use where it is necessary to make long trips for water. Visited Rrother. Dean Burleson of Fargo was in the city last evening for a visit with his mother and sister, and brother, Rev. J. K. Burleson. He returned to Fargo on the flyer this afternoon, and the latter part of next week expects to de part for New York city, where he goes to accept a position as secretary of the board of missions. Grain Is Ruined. Deputy Sheriff Overby, who has been driving through the region south of the city which was visited by the terrific hail storm a few days ago states that the damage is much greater than is generally supposed. The wheat in shock had the heads beaten off and it is claimed that much of it will not thresh more than a fourth of what was In'the heads when it was cut. Pop Rottle Exploded. Will Thompson, employed by the Merchants Transfer company, will be ware of pop bottles hereafter on a warm day. This afternoon while at the O'Rourke confectionary store on Third street, a bottle of pop suddenly exploded, the flying glass penetrating his hand and causing a serious wound. The member bled freely at)d the young man was the recipient of much sym pathy from the comely young lady at tending the soda fountain. A Daughter. National Bank Examiner and Mrs. Chapman are the happy parents of a bright little daughter, who arrived Tuesday afternoon at St. John's hospi tal, Fargo, where the mother has been several days. Mrs. Chapman has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hunt of Fargo, for some time. The little daughter has beert named Pauline Hunt Chapman. Mother and child are reported doing nicely and Mr. Chap man has received numerous telegrams of congratulation from over the state. Handling Gold Dust. C. L. Graber is exhibiting a bottle of gold dust which he received from his brother, Thomas Graber, who is inter ested in some mines in Trinity county, Cal. In a letter he states that the prospecting has shown a quantity of gold ranging from 60 to 70 cents per cubic yard of dirt, even wnen handled by the most simple methods. When machinery is placed in the mines and the work reduced to a scientific basis large results are expected. The dust spnt Mr. Graber was picked out of a few pans and was prospected for in the most superficial manner, but it is of such quantity that it makes the ordinary man wish he was the owner of a few claims like that from which it was taken. GRAND FORKS GIRL Mrs. John Legacie, Nee Pearl McFadden, Sues For Di vorce at Edmore. At Edmore, N. D., Mrs. John Legacie, nee Miss Pearl McFadden, who will be remembered as a former Grand Forks girl, and also at one time a resident of McCanna, has begun action for di vorce against her husband. In her complaint Mrs. Legacie al leges cruel treatment and in support thereof cites several Instances of cruelty, which if true, tell a tale of Inhumanity seldom equalled and never excelled. These allegations are of such a nature as to be unfit for pub lication. Pearl McFadden met and was wooed by John Legacie, a young French farm er, and two weeks from date of intro duction they were married. Their married existence extended over a period of but three months. Then came the suit for divorce just begun. The plaintiff asks for an absolute decree and a division of the property, which comprises a half section of land, estimated to be worth between $10,000 and $12,000. Mrs. Legacie Is repre sented In this action by Attorney L. J. Wehe of Edmore. The case is exciting considerable comment and attention in and around Edmore. Mrs. Legacie recites that she was, for two weeks at one time, com pletely paralysed In the lower part of her body, because of a brutal and lust ful attack made, or alleged to have been made, by the defendant, her hus band. 1 C. E. Colosky of Manvel is here on business. Charles F. Stein of Spring Brook is here on a business trip. J. B. McDonald of Grafton is among the prominent visitors today. W. T. Krisganson of Gordon is among the city visitors today. J. Appleton of Cavalier is among the prominent visitors from the north. Mrs. S. P. Smith of Cando is spend ing a few days with friends in the city. P. H. Hoy and H- J. Jacobson of Hunter are among today's visitors in the city. State Superintendent of Public In struction Stockwell Is in the city today for a stop-over visit. Sam Clark, the able and versatile editor of the Minot Reporter, is spend ing the day in the city. D. B. Wellman, state inspector of weights and measures, was a visitor Jn the city last evening. Trains 5 and 9 were each over an hour late this morning, making it necessary to hold other northbound trains. Attorney Laureas J. Wehe of Ed more, who has been visiting relatives In the city and attending to profes sional matters, returned home this morning. McEwen, the hypnotist, and his as sistants, manager, etc., went to Fargo today to open an engagement in the opera house at that place this evening. J. C. Woodruff, superintending con tractor, went to Bathgate and Crystal this morning on.business. THERE'S MONEY IN RENTING HOUSES y* ,k V» THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,1906. BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS Our New Fall Stock of B01S' CLOTH IN6 Is Now Ready for Your Inspection Only a few days before school opens. Re member Me have everything the boy will need» from tip to toe, in the fig£ht styles and at the right price. R. B. GRIFFITH PERSOKALS Robert Hellys is in from Inkster today. E. N. Hegge, Hatton, is registered ia today. l' s] 4 Judge Fisk went to Minneapolis last -night for a few days' visit. C. E. Wilson, traveling representa tive of the Fargo Forum, spent the night in the city, returning south this morning. County Auditor Anderson has re turned from a trip to the Twin Cities, during which he visited the Minnesota state fair. .. Miss .Minnie Gullickson, of Park River, visited in the city yesterday en foute home from Moorhead, where she has been visiting relatives for the past five or six weeks. Jos. Schneider, of Schneider & Kel Jy, the well known Langdon mer .chants, was an arrival in the city last evening on his way to the twin pities where he'goes on a stock pur chasing expedition. A GUN "PLAY." Holio On the Iiods Stands Off Train men and Detective. A man who refused to tell his name was discovered on train 6 at Niles riding the rods beneath one of the coaches. The brakeman and a Great Northern detective on the train un dertook to arrest 'the fellow when the latter drew a gun on them and stood them oft while he backed up toward some men who were.shocking wheat in a field near the railroad.. When near enough he ran through the shocks and the officer was unable to find him. Later in the day Harry Thompson caught the man and turned him over to the detective who took him to Churches Ferry where he was lodgeu in jail until the following morning and he was then taken to Minnevaukan for a hearing as the hold-up act was committed in Benson county. DIDN'T LEAVE* IT HERE. AtiMOflated Premt to The Evening Time*. Washington, D. C., Sept. 6.—The sub-treasury today transferred $1, 500,000 to San Francisco by telegraph. That's why—if you are a renter you should try and arrange for a home of your own. If you have a little money for Investment, buy a house and rent it out. We offer the following for sale: Cliiin B-698. An 8-room house CUIflA tPAfUU on Nortl\.. Seventh St. MUWI City water and good cellar. Nice lot with ehadc trees. (200 to $300 cash. SlftfUl B-798- A 7-room houBe In the south end, located on Sixth Ave. Avery good prop osition. ClfiOn B-853. Good new house 14U.UUU on N. Fourth St. 5 rooms and woodshed. City water and cellar. 50x140 ft. lot. Reasonable terms can bo arranged for. S2flnn Six-room house frUUV °n N. Sixth St. Three lots, plenty of room for another house This house has water, sewer, good bricked up cellar, etc. A very good piece of property B-780. House on Chest nut St. 6 rooms, city $1700 water, cellar and woodshed. 50 ft lot. ClQflfi B-795. Six-room house tpxpw on Cottonwood St. City water, small cellar, woodshed on premises. House is In good re-' pair. Located only one block from paving. month. will/ VHP VJUUA Rents for )20 per £3100 b"5J,8. An 8-room house tpuxvu on Chestnut St. Water, sewer and bath. Qood bricked ud ceHar. 62x140 ft. lot. Large iiice shade trees. Liberal terms can be arranged for. E. J. LANDER Si GO. B-837. Here's a brand new house on Belmont Ave., located on a 50x140 ft. cor ner lot. The house has six rooms and bath room, city water, full basement with heating plant, etc. An Ideal home. Terms can be ar ranged for. The house has hard wood floors downstairs four-inch fir flooring upstairs. We recommend this as one of very best bargains in the city. can the B-398. An 8-room house on Chestnut St City $2750 water and' sewer. Large lot with nice shade trees. B-398. Here is the Very finest lot left on Chest nut St. 50x140 ft. lot. Large, nice Bhade trees. Buy this and you don't have to wait for shade. $650 B-79Q. A good new 7 room house on Chestnut $2100 St. Water, sewer and bath. 50x140 ft. lot ThlB rents for 125 per month. A splendid Invest ment and a beautiful home. Let us take you around and show it to you. S33SA B-766. Eight-room house on University Ave. Water, sewer and bath. New and In first-class condition. A beauti ful home. This amount buys a good 10-room house on $2500 N. Fourth St. 50x140 ft. lot with large nice shade trees. Good barn on premises.