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THE YOSEMITE PARK Congress Asked to Legislate Against Poaching on Game Reserves. Washington, Nov. 1.—The annual report of the acting superintendent of the Yoeemite National park, just made public by the interior department, makes several important recommenda tions concerning needed legislation. The superintendent asks that all pat ented land within the present limits of the park be condemned and pur chased by th? government and also that a permanent military post bp es tablished in the valley. The lauer is needed for the protection of game which seems to be gradually on the decrease because of poaching. It is asked that congress enact a law de fining what is prohibited in the park and fixing penalties for violations. HOME TO VOTE. Washington, D. C., Nov. l.—As this is a congressional year in politics an unusually large number of depart mont employes are preparing to go tiome to vote. It is expected that fully 6,000 voters will leave Washington before the end of the week, not count ing those who go to the nearby states of Maryland and Virginia, which do not figure in the business arranged for by the railroads during election time. Stevens Prospering. The Pi ret Methodist congregation of St. Paul, of which Rev. Alex. C. Stevens, formerly of this city is pas tor, has announced plans l'or the building of a new church. The an nouncement was made at a reception given in the porlors of the present edifice to Rev. and Mrs. Stevens, wel coming them back to begin a second year of the work. Mr. Stevens was for several years pastor in the First Methodist church in this city and dur ing that time won the trust and af fection of his entire congregation. Pulse of the Press" Worse Than the Flood. (Walhalla Mountaineer) The editorial page of the Evening Press, Grand Forks, still continues to be "edited" in that humorous strain fhat must be telling on the nerves. If every democrat in the state could read it daily there wouldn't be any democrats left by election day—ex cept the editor and the Herald man. All Are On But Whitehead, (Ross Promoter) The Grand Forks Herald, assisted by a few "pin-headed" lawyers are mak ing a lot of noise about the candidacy «of Judge Knauf and are making an unsuccessful attempt to discredit him in the eyes of the people of North Da kota. We find most of the state papers for the worthy judge and also that jnost of his opposition comes from "sore-heads" that have not been suc cessful politically. And the Herald, Winship's mouthpiece, has its griev ance because of the exposing of its unlawful printing combine and so tak ing away from it a revenue derived from the taxpayers of our great state. The people of our state are taking but little stock in the Herald since it has been exposed to the public—thanks to 4he Times—and there is no doubt but that Judge Knauf will have as hand some a majority on November 6th as the balance of the state ticket which is sore of piling up a majority way be. ffond former years. Takes Herald Scalp. (Lakota Observer] The Grand Forks Herald is strain ing every nerve to disrupt the repub lican party of the state there is no argument, however impotent, it does not advance to help further this end it yelps that if the republicans are suc cessful in the state they will not en act the primary election law that was recommended at the Jamestown con vention if some republican paper /quotes Hanna it "hollers" about that it follows in the wake of the democ racy and cries out dolefully that the state is controlled by the railroads it froths because the state committee ad vocates and urges upon all loyal re publicans to stand by the republican ticket it becomes frenzied if 6ome loyal citizen says a good word for Judge Knauf and urges a non-partisan bench It slakes its thirst from the prospective democratic public printing pot and c-sgerly gobbles up every scrap of news published in the democratic and sorehead republican, papers that contains a knock against the state ticket it bawls loudly for purity in politics, at the same time making se cret combines to prevent competition in public printing contracts! it cries lustily for republican voters to help it get to the democratic crib that it may help milk the state treasury of thou sands of dollars in printing deals its howl of calamity goes forth with each pulsation everything and everybody is wrong but the Herald, but with all its froth, foam and hydrophobical spasms for disruption, it does not point out one single instance wherein the ad ministration has mismanaged the af fairs of the state. Where a paper finds nothing but bad things, can see noth ing good in anything the republicans have done in the past ten years, there must be something wrong with the paper, and that is our opinion of the Herald—we think it is wrong. Landlady Kept the Dollar. A story is told about Laporte when he played in Buffalo. He invited the landlady and her daughter to the game, and said he would leave the tickets at the box office. He forgot about the tickets and when the usher informed him that two ladles were waiting for him, it was too late to see the manager. The landlady, when she got the money, asked her daughter 'If she didn't wish to go some other place, and she said she did. They did not see the game, nor Laporte his dollar. BIG FOUR'S FINANCES. Cincinnati, O., Oct. 31.—At a special meeting today the stockholders of the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Eiouls railroad approved the proposal of the directors to increase the com pany's common stock from $40,000,000 to 960,000,000. According to official announcement the proceeds of the new stock issue are to be devoted to con struction and equipment purposes. DONT BE FOOLEDI Taka tfc* gMuOnc, original ROCKY MOUNTAIN TEA Mad* aaty by Madiaoa Medi etas CQmT WU. It keeps yea wtU. Oor trada •urk cat «a each package. Price, (Mb. Naver aoM tof5ilff.Acccpt.ae ay^Q. tate. Mk year tfraggM. CALL EITHER TELEPHONE NUMBER 250. MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED WITH THE BEST VALUES IN STOCK. YOU l*i pounds Granulated or Brown Sugar $1410 BAKING POWDER Regular Now Dr. Prices' 8 oz can 25c 20c Hunt's Perfect 4 oz can. 10c 7c I. C. 10 oz can 10c 7c Calumet, 16 oz can 25c 19c BLUING Regular Now Mrs. Stewart's 15c 9c Wiggle Stick 10c 5c American Ball, per pkg. 5c 2c BROOMS Regular Now Hobo 25c 19c Favorite 35c 27c Climax 40c 30c CANNED GOODS Regular Now Apricots, per can 35c 25c Cherries, per can 30c 23c Cherries, per can 25c 19c Egg Plums, per can 20c 15c Egg Plums, per can 25c 19c Green Gages 20c 15c Grapes, per can 20c 15c Peaches, per can 30c 22c Peaches, per can 25c 17c String Beans, per can 10c 8c Pork and Beans, can....20c 14c Succotosh, per can lac 10c Corn, per can 15c 10c Corn, per can 10c 4 for 25c Peas, per can 18c 13c Tomatoes, per can 15c 10c Hominy, per can 15c 10c Cavair, per can 25c 19c Shrimp, per can 25c 20c Our regular 75c Silks in changeable and fancy patterns, in greens, browns, grays, white, cardinal and pink for per yard 39c Silk Crepe de Chine, 21 inch, in plain black, white, light blue and pink. Regular 75c per yard, for 48c Brainerd & Armstrong Black Taffeta Silks. 1!) inch regular 75c per yard, for..4Sc 27 inch, regular 87c oer yard, for. .68c 36 inch, regular 51.00 per yard, for 83c 36 inch, regular $1.25 per yard, for 9Sc 36 inch, regular $1.50 per yard, •for $1.19 BLACK PEAU DE SOIE 36 inch, regular $1.25 per yd, for. .98c 36 inch, regular $1.50 per yd, for.$1.19 ALL WOOL INGRAIN RUGS Cx9 ft., our regular $5.50 values, for $3.75 7 ft. 6 in.x9 ft., regular $6.50, for.$4.75 9x9 ft., our regular $7.25 values, for $5.75 9 ft.xlO ft. 6 in., regular $8 for. .$6.50 9x12 ft., regular $9 values, for...$7.25 Eight only, 9x12 ft. Tapestry rugs in rich colors, regular $16.50, values, lor $13.25 40 pairs Ladies' Sorosis Shoe in en amel and box calf, with Cuban and military heel, all sizes regular $3.50 and $4.00 values, per pair $2.50 Many other savings await yen in each department. MIWWMMMnmUHWtAitnMM'. KNOW the reason* "it is simply a matter of dlscontia tinuintf either our Grocery, Shoe or Clot hi ad department to obtain mnch needed room* The Grocery departmnnt has been chosen as ihe one to tfo and the money saving sale is the result. Every line in this section has been heavily reduced Silks and Dress Goods Housefurnishing Values MEATS CHEESE COFFEE—Bulk or Packages Regular Now Per pound 18c 13c Per pound 20c 15c Per pound 25c 19c Per pound 35c 25c THE EVENING TIMES, GRAND FORKS, N. D. Regular New Roast Beef, per can 25c 20c Veal, ham or beef loaf..15c 10c Lunch Tongues, per can.20c 14c Potted Turkey. Chicken or Ham, per can 10c 8c Deviled Ham, per can 10c 8c Vienna Sausage, can 10c Sc Pigs Feet, per can 18c 12%c Regular No* Roquefort, per lb 15c 10c Nutbutter. per lb 25c 19c Gammelost, per lb 25c 19c TOBACCO Lucky Strike, Durham, Sut Cured, Cut Plug. Meerschaum. True Smoke and Navy, pkg.. 10c 7c COCOA Regular Now Runkel Bros, per can 15c 10c TEA—Bulk or Packaged Regular Now Green or black, per lb..35c 25c Green or black, per lb.. 40c 30c Green or black, per lb..50c 38c Green or black, per lb..60c 43c Green or black, per lb..70c 54c Tea dust, per lb 15c 10c BLACK SATIN Dl'CHESSE 22 inch, regular $1.25 per yd, for. .89c Regular $1.50 per yard, for $1.00 56 inch black Zaballne, regular $1.50 per yard for 75c 46 inch Crispine Suiting in black and bordeau, regular $1.25 per yard, for 75c 56 inch Tailored Suitings in fancy pat terns our regular $1.00 values, per yard 78c $1.25 values, per yard 98c 48 and 50 inch Suitings in fancy worsteds, shadow plaids. MansfielUi, and London mixtures our regular $1.50 and $1.75 per yard, for..$1.19 UNDERWEAR Indies' Jersey ribbed fleeced vests and drawers regular 25c per gar ment, for 19c Our regular 50c per garment, for. ,43c ISc Fleeced Kimono cloth, at per yard 15c White Ruffled Bobinet Curtains with Battenburg insertion and edge 2 1-2 yards long. Our regular $2 values, per pair $1.3t Fine Cable Net Lace Curtains, with border, white only our regular $8 values, for, per pair $5.50 $1.75 Lace Curtains at, per pair..$1.19 $6.00 Iace Curtains, at, per pair. .$3.75 Odd pairs of Lace Curtains at ex actly half price. Boys' shoes in velour and satin calf, regular $1.50 and $1.25 values, per pair $1.00 Benner, Be^ & Garvin Greater Grocery Values Not one line reserved in our entire stock. Every article is priced (or complete and speedy clearance ONE DRIED FRUITS Regular Now Apricots, per lb 20c 17c Pears, per lb 18c 12%c Prunes, per lb 18c 12%c riegulnr Now Vinegar, per gallon 40c 25c Lanterns, each 1.00 70c Kerosene oil, per gal 25c 15c Oil cans, 5 gal 1.00 70c FISH Regular Now lobsters, per can 26c 20c Oysters, per can 10c 7c Salmon, per can 15c 11c Salmon, per can 25c 20c Fish balls, per can 20c 15c. Fish pudding, per can 65c 40c Codfish, per can 15c 11c Herring, per can ..10c 7c Regular Now Whynot Biscuits ........ 25c 20c Graham Biscuits 15c 9c Assorted Cookies 12 %c 7c Fancy Cookies 20c 12 %c Salt, 10 lbs for 6c Soups, any vegetable 10c 8c Vanilla or lemon ex tracts 10c 7c Vanilla or lemon ex tracts 25c 19c Extracts of coffee, orange, strawberry, pineapple etc., regular, bottle 25c 18c Egg Noodle, per pkg 15c 9c Spaghetti, per pkg 15c 10c h'fSi GIRLS COATS For ihe Boys9 too Boys' Fancy Sweaters, regular $1.00 value, for 69c Boys' Reefers, in Oxford grey freize, ages 4 to 10 years regular $3.60 value, for $2.00 Boys' suits in fancy cheviots and Scotch mixtures our regular $3.50 values for $2.60 $4.00 values for $2.75 $2.50 values for $1.75 A Few of the Specials which are to be Found in Our Shoe department Baby shoes in black vici kid, sizes 2 1-2 to 5 regular 50c values, for per pair 39c Benner, Begfcg & Garvin of the strongest features of this sale is the absolute assurance that you get high-class, fresh, clean nroducts The sale of GROCERIES is for CASH ONLY, but 5™™* -j iiiu f* other orders will be sent out C. O. D., but no orders will be solicited FARINACEOUS GOODS Regular New Corn meal, per pkg 30c 24c Force, per pkg 15c 12c Egg-O-See, per pkg 10c 8c Rolled Oats, per pkg... ,25c 19c Pancake Flour 15c nc PICKLES Regular. Now. Heinze Sween Onions, per bottle ..30c 20c Midget Cucumber, bottle.30c 23c Cucumber mixed or chow chow, per bottle 15c 10c SPICES Regular Now Whole or ground allspice. Cassia Cinnamon, Cloves,, Ginger, etc. per can 10c 8c Postum Cereal per pkg. .26c 20c CATSUP Blue Label, per bottle..25c 19c Home Brand, per bottle.. 15c lie Van Camps, per bottle.. 15c 10c MOLASSES $2.00 Garments for $1.00 $2.75 and $3.25 Garments for. ...$2.00 $5.00 and $5.50 Garments for $3.76 $6.00 and $6.50 Garments for. ...$4.6u $S.OO and $10.00 Garments for...$5.75 These are this season's styles The are made from winter weight cloak ings in browns, blues and grays. Over 100 garments in this lot from which to choose. Infants' Bear&kin Coats $3.50 values for $2.98 $4.50 values for $3.75 $5.75 values for $4.89 $6.50 values for $5.48 Values up to $12.50 for $10.76 These are made from Bearskin Cloth in white, blue, brown, green, gray and cardinal sizes 1 to 6 years. Men's fleece lined Shirts and Drawers, with double front and back our regular 75c value, for, per gar ment 50c Men's Jersey Ribbed wool shirts and drawers, our regular $1.00 value, per garment 75c Men's fancy sweaters, $1.00 value, for 75c Misses' Shoes in black vici kid, sizes 111-2 to 2 regular $1.00 per pair, for 79c THIS SALE OF GROCERIES IS FOR CASH ONLY. OUB STORES ARE OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK. departments. Telephone NUTS Brazils, per lb tle Regular Now Regular Now Bengal, 1-4 gallon 25c 19c Open Kettle, 1-2 gallon.. 15c lie Children's & Ladies Goats Children's Goats Our Ladies' Goats From Our Men's Section Regular Now 13c Filberts, per lb .... 13c 16c Stove polish, per pkg ...10c 7c Orange Peel, per lb ...30c 20c Citron peel, candled, per lb 20c SARDINES Regular Now Per can iec lie Regular Now Celery Salt, per bottle..20c 11c Worcestershire, sauce, per bottle 350 27c Salad Dressing, per bot- 50c 37c CONDENSED MTT.K Regular Now Van Camps 15c 10c POTATOES. Regular. Now. First class potatoes, per bushel, regular 65c 60c Scales, fixtures, horses, wagons, har ness are all Included. This lot contains 50 garments in winter weight Kerseys and Cheviots, nicely trimmed with velvet and braid, 40 inches long. Our regular $10.00 values today for $6.60 $10 valuesfor$650 One lot of 150 Ladies' Shirtwaists In flannel, nun's veiling, batiste and fancy wool plaids. The regular prices are $3,00, $3.60 and some $4.50 values. They go at $1.48 One lot 36 Ladies' Separate Skirts in Panamas and fancy cheviots blues, browns, black and gray, values from $6.60 to $12.50, for $4,89 Men's fancy sweaters, 75c values,.45c Men's double or single breasted sulta, fancy worsteds and Scotch mixtures, regular $15 values, for $10.00 Men's double breasted suits in dark Oxford melton cloth, regular $9.60 value, for $6.00 Men's Overcoats, black and Oxford well an dcheviots, 45 inches long. Our regular $15 value, for... .$10.00 60 pairs Men's shoes in box calf, ve lour and vici kid, double or «ingi« sole regular $3.50 and $4.00 values. «t, per pair $2.69 Many other savings await you In each department. 4'