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The evening times. (Grand Forks, N.D.) 1906-1914, December 05, 1906, Image 8

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J. W. Rosa, the architect
Ike Light lone.
For anything to light, call ap the
Light Honse, 42S both phones. Gas
•ai electrical goods, Monley ft Smith,
Wttl
The ladles of the R. M. A. will meet
Thursday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Carl Fodness at 1015 University
avenue.
=W. H. KELSEY=
REAL ESTATE, LOANS
A N IN S A N E
W. J. Edwards, the other architect.
Public Stenographer.
Inn Danbenbcrg, BOOB 2, Clilfori
BaMlg.. Phones, N. W. 98S-M, Tri
State 292-B.
It is the betft safeguard against In
digestion, Mlllousness and dyspepsia
•known to-mankind. Holllster'e Rocky
^Mountain Tea or Tablets, 36 cents.
Thompson Is Sick.
H»eo. Thompson, the real estate man
la on the sick list at this time, and
'while nothing serious is feared, he
is unable to be out today.
Danee Postponed.
The Oyster Bay ball which was to
have been given by the Elk's lodge on
Friday, evening has been postponed
indefinitely.
Traveling Ken.
H. Wotover, H. Swlnfon and J.
jHarUun are three traveling passen
ger agents in Grand Forks today
looking after business matters.
General Manger Hare.
General Manager Ward of the Great
Northern, accompanied, by Superinten
dent M). .Nicholson oC the Dakota divi
sion went west yesterday in the
former private car, which was at
tached to the skidoo train. No. 23.
No. 2C Mortk Fonrth Street Both Phones No. 20
For Bent—Six-room house and
barn on North Fifth street. $20
per month. $17 per month with
out barn. City water free.
For Rent—Five-room house on
North Eighth street. City water.
$15 per month.
For Sale—The furniture in a
good, ail modern, steam heated
flat, with a lease running two
years. Price $950.
For Sale—Good, seven-room, all
modern house hardwood floors,
on University avenue. Price
$2,800.
HUNTING FOR
HOLIDAY GIFTS
For Sale—Seven-room house
city water corner lot cement
walks, on University avenue.
Price $2,100.
For Rent-—Seven-room house
on Walnut street. City water,
cellar and hardwood floors. $25
per month.
For Rent—Eight-room house In
East Grand Forks steam heat
hardwood floors. $20 per
month.
For Rent—Eight-room house in
East Grand Forks, near saw
mill. $15 per month.
We sold a party some lots today, who said he was sorry he did
not buy some property which we showed to him a year ago the
same party will be telling us a year from now that he is sorry
that lie did not buy more today.
Now la the time to buy don't wait until spring!
There are so many big deals in sight in the way of improve
ment, that when they get started next spring, prices are going to
advance very rapidly.
In our opinion Grand Forks Is just beginning to grow, and im
provements from now on will be very rapid.
No taxes to pay on any lot in the new KeUey Addition to Grand
Forks until March 1st, 1908.
The City in Brief
Fresh cows for sale at Twamly
dairy farm. For rent machinery and
stock for tale, apply Jos. Twamly
Beare block.
Shoes Repaired.
If you want your shoes repaired
promptly call on Fred Smith at No. 9
South Fourth street
Will Visit Here.
Mrs. A. O. Zuercher, nee Miss Kate
Potter, will arrive here Saturday for
a visit with her mother, Mrs. Kate
Potter. Mr. Zuercher will come later,
and they will then go to Fargo for a
visit
Being Repaired.
The Great Northern engine which
pulled train one, wrecked at Doyon,
has been pulled out of the ditch and
is now at Larimore tor repairs. The
engine was very badly damaged, and
it will cost $3,000 or $4,000 to make
the repairs.
Holllster's Rock Mountain Tea puri
fies the blod and strengthens the
nerves, regulates the bowels, aids the
kidneys, cures stomach troubles, builds
up the nervous force and repairs the
ill effects of over eating.
ill effects of over eating. Tea or tab
lets 35 cents.
Wellmaa Hen,
D. B. Wellmaa who holds down the
position of state Inspector of weights
and measures for which some of the
political opposition is so hungry, was
in the city today. This is the office
which the democrats have denounced
as created for the purpose of giving
some one a Job, but Mr. Wellman is of
the opinion that it will not go begging
after the new administration takes
charge.
An up to date hardware store has long been conceded as the
place to buy the most practical of Christmas gifts. To further demon
strate the truthfulness of this statement we have this year increased our
•lock materially by adding to it several desirable lines, which we are
offering the holiday trade at surprisingly attractive prices.
A FEW REGENT ADDITIONS:
Got Glai9 Leather Specialties Indian Pottery
Sterling Silver Novelties
Royal Doulton and Ridtfway Tea Pots
Our desire is to get you into our store. Once there we know
your wants will be easily satisfied.
LEADING HARDWARE MERCHANTS
Opera Hows* Block GRAND FORKS. N. D.
Kent Realty & Investment Co.
CITY REAL ESTATE=
ALWAYS GOING AHEAD
This firm never stands still. The history of its busi
ness makes one continuous story of progress. We are
trying to make it the model real estate office in Grand
Forks. We are thinking and planning every day how
we can make it easier for the people to purchase build
ing lots and houses. We don't want to make a great
deal of money on any one sale, but prefer to give the
purchaser a chance to make a profit also. We are
selling lots in the University Avenue West District at
$75 and upwards on terms that are bound to suit the
purchaser. Wle can save you money and will convince
you if you will come in and talk it over. 'Phone
DOUBLE TWO THREE.
The Kent Realty and Investment
Company
Six heifers for sate cheap at Twaa.
ly farm.
Stanchtleld Says.
The weather profits nearly put 'em to
the bad. Read about it on page 5.
Should be Read.
Mnie. Hendrix's ad on page 7 should
be interesting to every woman.
One team heavy work horses for
sale eheap at Twamly farm or Boom
9 Beare block.
Stanchfietd Says.
The prices are heart breaking, and
the work is back breaking, but if he
must 'be must. See page 5.
Date Changed.
The time of holding the fair by the
ladies of the First Presbyterian church
has been changed from Thursday to
Friday.
Attending Clerlcns.
Rev. J. K. Burleson is attending the
annual meeting of the North Dakota
clericus which is'in session at Rugby
this week.
Ladies' Aid.
The Ladies' Aid of the First Metho
dist church met this afternoon at the
home of Mrs. O'Neale, Reeves avenue.
A delightful time was had.
New Dentist
Dr. E. M. Pierce has opened his
new dental office in Suite 44, Security
block, opposite Hotel Dacotah. Hours
9:30 to 12, 2 to 5. Phone 1082L.
Baptist Ladies.
The ladies of the Baptist church
met at the home of Mrs. R. B. Grif
fith, South Sixth street this afternoon.
Light refreshments were served.
Sapper Tonight
The Swedish Ladies' Aid will give
a magnificent supper at Normanden
hall this evening in connection with
the baiaar which they are conducting
at that place.
Wallace Taken Home,
M. D. Wallace, who was Injured in a
runaway accident yesterday, was tak
en to his home on North Seventh street
last evening, and a report from there
today says he is getting along very
well.
B. I. P. (T. Meeting.
The Baptist Young People's Union
held a splendid session at the church
last night and considerable business
matters of Importance to the union
and the work in which it is engaged
was disposed of.
Two Weddings Today.
Charles Johns and Miss Hannah Em
erson, both of Inkster, were married
yesterday afternoon by Rev. Miller.
Simon Moen and Helga Marie Nusvi
deen were united in marriage yester
day by County Judge Hassell.
Attention B. P. 0. E.
All members of the B. P. O. E. are
requested to meet at the Elk's hall
this evening at 8:30 o'clock for the
purnose of completing arrangements
far the funeral of Brother W. B. Wood
tomorrow. M. Stanchfleld, Exalted
Ruler.
Tax Sale Spirited.
The annual tax sale was held at the
office of the county auditor yesterday
and the bidding was decidedly spirted,
nearly all the sales going at the low
point of six per cent The sale was
the smallest in the county for several
years.
Sand the Sidewalks.
Mv tkl direction of the city street
commission, M. E. Durick, the side
walks of the city have been covered
with sand. The walks in many places
are In a dangerously slippery condi
tion, and the sand covering is a wel
come one.
Canadian Game.
The Y. M. C. A. basket ball team is
perfecting arrangements for a trip in
the very near future to Winnipeg,
where they hope to wallop the day
lights out of the Y. M. C. A. team of
the Canadian village. Other games
may be scheduled with the teams in
towns between here and the metropolis
of Western Canada.
O. E. 8. Elect QMcers.
Acacia Lodge O. E. S. elected the fol
lowing named officers at the regular
meeting last night: Ida Lovell, W.
M. Mrs. A. L. Woods, W. P. Isabelle
Robinson, A. M. Jennie Nibet, C.
Miss Mary Hawkins, A. C. Ella Snell,
treasurer Mary M. Robbins, secre
tary. The officers will be Installed on
the evening of December 18.
Connty Commissioners.
The reguplar meeting of the board
of county commissioners was con
vened at the court house this morning
with all the commissioners present
except Korsmo who is sick and there
fore unable to attend. The morning
session was taken up in the investi
gation and allowance of routine blllb.
Some tax matters are being considered
this afternoon and wK'Ie a large
amount of business is being done, It
Is almost entirely of a routine char
acter.
New Industry.
H. K. Armann has opened an office
in the St. John's block and is ready
to' construct ventilating and heating
fixtures for all residences. He has
spent some time in studying out a
system of ventilation and his experi
ence of several years in the office of
an architect has thoroughly qualified
him to combine the knowledge of the
two subjects so that he can take an
old building and with very small out
lay construct in it a system of venti
lation which is absolutely perfect.
Prominent Merchant.
F. P. Mann, junior member of the
mercantile firm of F. W. Mann & Son
of Devils Lake, was among the busi
ness visitors in the city yesterday.
The firm has the foundation In for the
largest department store west of this
city. The super-structure will be com
pleted bo soon as possible In the
spring, and as it is on one of the
best corners In the thriving Ramsey
county metropolis, It wltt add very
materially to the appearance of the
city. The firm also owns a large store
at Crary and Is doing a business of
several thousand dollars weekly.
IHEM MILL
DAMAGED BJ FIRE
$11,000 Blase in Dwight M.
Baldwin's Flour Wiii« This
Morning.
Moorhead, Minn., Dec. 5.—Fire in
the Dwight M. Baldwin flour mill in
Moorhead this morning caused dam
age amounting to about $11,000. The
fire started from a hot journal in the
ceiling of the storage room. The
sparks dropped down into a bin of
wheat, and it was some time before
the water could be gotten there. For
over an hour five streams of water
played into the bin, and the wheat is
almost totally ruined. The damage to
the building is about fl,000, and to
contents, about $10,000.
GKONNA MAKE PLEA.
North Dakota Congressman Favor*
Legislation Affecting West.
(By E. C. Sayder.)
Washington, D. C., Dec. 5.—Republi
can Gronna, today made a most earn
est plea for the passage of the bill
permitting National Banking Associa
tions to make loans on real estate as
security. He said the bill was in the
interest of the west, and in jusUce to
farmers and bankers of the west, it
ought to pa88.
SUICIDE AT WABBEN.
Blacksmith Took the Rope Route—
Trouble and Drink Caused
Action.
Warren, Minn., Dec. 5.—J. Kline
berg, a blacksmith of this city, com
mitted suicide by hanging. His re
mains were found yesterday noon,,
and they had been suspended for about
twenty-four hours. Drink and family
troubles caused the action it is said.
The deceased leaves a wife and three
children. She had recently started an
action for divorce.
THE CUSEJMS SETTLED
Charles Clark Was Arrested Across
the Blver, Bnt Matter Was Drop,
ped—Satisfacoritly to All.
Chas. Clark was arrested In East
Grand Forks Monday evening at the
complaint of a local pawn broker, the
charge being obtaining money under
false pretenses. He has boon em*
ployed In Grand Forks for some time,
and a settleuu^it was made of the
case, and Clark dismissed.
SIXTEEN YEARS_ IN COURT
John McDonald Makes His Sixteenth
Annul Settlement for Stewartshlp
Fund and Has Three Mora years.
John McDonald of Forest River, one
of the executors of the last will and
testament of Nicholas Sparks, is in
the city today for the purpose of mak
ing his sixteenth annual settlement
with the judge of the county court in
the estate. The .matter has been In
probate court for more than sixteen
years. It was commenced during the
time that Richard Bennett was coun
ty judge, and waa continued during the
ten years that R. M. Carrothers was
county judge, and was bequeathed to
Judge Hassell when he assumed the
office six years' ago, and under the
provisions of the will which required
the trust to be maintained until the
youngest Child was of age, still has
three years to run. It Is among the
longest trust relationships which
have maintained in the west if not in
the entire country.
FIRST
KNOTS
Open ...121i
Close ...liO!
"BUILTT
Jury in Case of State Against Frank
Nelson Benders Verdict of
Guilty.
The district court yesterday after
noon took up the case of the state
against Frank Nelson who was
charged with Mike Washington with
grand larceny, the particular crime
being the theft of a pocketbook. A
severance was had and the trial of
Nelson resulted in a verdict of guilty
by the jury. The defendant was rep
resented by Attorney 8. G. Skulason.
The next case was that of the state
against John Hayes who was jointly
indicted with John Carrol on a charge
of robbery and in which a severance
was also had. The case was argued
this morning and the court instructed
the jury just prior to the noon ad
journment. At the time of going to
press the case at bar Is that of the
state against L. 8trlckling for the
grand larceny of a coat from the store
of S. O. Bondelid at Larimore. S. G.
Skulason is attorney for the defend
ant Hayes and also for Strickling.
THE EVENING TIMEfi, G&ANO FORKS, N. 0. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1906.
UGLINESS
A SIN!
Mme. Hendrix's wise sayings
are worthy of deep reflection.
For instance, her comparisons
of Beauty and Ugliness seem
to call forth an echo in the
human heart responsive to an
inborn quality unthought of
before.
MME. HENDR1X
can be seen daily this week
at her appartments.
THE DACOTAH HOTEL
Grand Forks, N. D.
THE DAILY MARKETS.
Furnished by the Wisconsin Grain and
Stock company. Room 1C Clifford
building. Both phones 00. F. B.
Wadsley, manager.
Sapertw Qaatattou far Mlaaeanalla
Delivery.
SKS
Curb
III*
Corn—
Open 42%-%
Close ....42*
Oats—
Open 38K-%
Close ....33%
Pork—. Jan.
Open ...14.S5-87
Close ...14.07
f»-*
Low 7«H 79% 80$
Close 76% 79% 80K
Puts
Call SO
..19%,
Chicago Delivery.
.74-74
Open
Hlg
..1Kb ... 74~C
Low 74
Close ....74%
78
78
78
77%-78
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Lard-
Open ....8.47-60
Close ....8.67
Dalath Delivery.
Open ....77 80%
Close ....77% 80%
Flax—
ft
W.fi*
Open
Close
in
Fare tea Market.
Liverpool closed %-%c. Higher.
NlaaeanaUa Cash Claae.
No. 1 hard
No, 1 northern
No. 2 northern
No. 3 wheat
No. 1 durum
No. 2 durum
Nik S y. corn
No. 3 corn
No. 3 w. oats
74-76
u.
No. 3 oats 2S%-2»'
Barley ft-4#
Rye «l%-«2%
Flax l»g
Dalath Cash Clean.
No. 1 northern 78%
No. 2 northern
Flu
77%
Northwest Receipts.
Minneapolis—Today. 301 last year,
185.
Duluth—-Today. 228 last year, 29.
Winnipeg—Today, 2tS last year, 360.
Chicago—'Today, 2S.
Flax reo'ts—
Duluth—Today, 116 last year, 14.
Minneapolis—Today, 37 last year. 23.
Call money In Wall street New Torn
Is 30 per cent.
PIPEDRMMCTURED
Story of Indictment of Bed Hirer Tak
ley Brick Company's Officials
Hot Air Hoax.
Prom the unreliable character of its
news columns of late the democratic
evening dally of this city io giving
some of the Hearst journals a close
run for their money. The latest of
this kind of news was the story that
the officers of the Red River Valley
Brick company had been indicted by
the federal grand jury for accepting
rebates from the Great Northern rail
road. When inquiry was made at the
offices of the company in this city this
morning as to the foundation for the
story, the officials pronounced the
story one of the whole doth. Secre
tary Louis Campbell while treating
the matter with the utmost contempt,
stated that no one in his senses would
advance such a story unless he was
bent on wilful mlerepresenatlon or
was absolutely ignorant of the facts.
While the company Bhips in and out of
this city during the year from 1,000 to
1,200 cars of material, more than
per cent, of them are to and from
non-competitive points on the railroads
and it is certain that no Tailroad even
in the flushest days of rebating neg
lected business to such an extent that
they gave rebates on lines and from
points on which they controlled the
entire freight A story is current in
the .city that there Is to be an or
ganized effort to drive this concern out
of business If It can possibly bo done,
and that this waa the first straw which
indicated the direction of the wind.
Candies Candies
AT
THE GREEK AMERICAN
Come la and watch make it. And also
•ae the best llaa of Fancy Xmm»
Boxes In the state.
OUR CANDIES MADE FRESH
EVERY DAY
THE GREEK AMERICAN
18 SOUTH THIBD STBEET
Give Your Wife a Real
Nice Xmas Present
Give her a Xmas present that will be
forever a great blessing for the whole
family, and that will be tho means of
saving you a good many dollars.
A HOME
We have a nice home on Chestnut
street In mind, our B-834. It Is an eight
room house, with water, sewer, bath
and gas. Good bricked up cellar.
Woodshed attached to house. The
house Is in first-class condition and Is
located on a beatftlful (2x140 ft. lot
with large shade trees. The price of
this property Is SS.000, $600 to $1,000
cash handles it. It's a bargain no mat
ter how you look at it. The location
Is the very beet, and the house Is one
that any family can be proud of own
ing. Possession can be given at once.
A PAIR OF LOTS
Would also be an acceptable Xmas
gift We have a nice pair on North
Seventh street. The price is $400.
We'll sell on easy terms.
Another pair on North Sixth street
for $226.00 $10 down $6.00 per month.
Two dandy lots on University avenue
at $226 a piece—easy terms.
Two fine lots on International
avenue, $200 a piece. $26 down, $10
per month.
Two lots on Walnut street, $176 a
piece. $26 down, $10 per month.
E. J. LANDER & GO.
•RIBBONS REDUCED
Here is an opportunity to get at very special prices the
fine high grade ribbons you will need in
friends such Christmas presents as Opera Bags, Shop
ping Bags, Work Bags, Belts, etc., etc. Come early and
get what may be your
fit
Gentleman's
Christmas
Present
is often the hardest problem. Wo
have endeavored to solve that pro
blem, as a visit to our store will
prove. Among the good things we
have in this line area strong line of
Leather
Goods
Cuff and Collar Rolls, Rasor Cases,
Safety Razors in cases, Card
Cases, Flasks, Drinking Cups
(sterling and plated) in cases,
Parses, Bill Rolls,»Traveling Roll
Ups and Toliet Cases, Pencils Scis
sors and Pocket Sets, and a score
of other good things. Step in and
took them over.
Palmer
The Jeweler
IS N. 3rd St.
SELL OR TRADE STOVES. HOU8B
hold goods, etc., to O. F. Furniture
Co., 20$ 8. Third street, phones SS0.
SITUATION WANTED,BY GRADUATE
Nurse, 'phone 141-I Trl-State.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED OR UN
furnished rooms at 623 North Fourth
street.
FOR SALB—A $10,000 BRAN NEW
Stock of General Merchandise, will
Mil
cheap for cash or trade for
North Dakota land. Apply "B."
Times office.
For the Ladies
Hand-Painted China.
Manicure Sets, Cut Glass.
Totlet Cases, Hand Bags.
Umbrellas,
Muisc Rools,
Boxed Stationery,
Water Colors,
Boxed Perfumes,
Card Cases, Books,
Hand Mirrors, Gold Pent,
making
your
st choice. Here are a few sam­
ple prices:
$3.50 quality, at this sale.. $2.93
$2.50 quality, at this sale $1.98
$2.00 quality, at this sale $1.39
$1.25 quality, at this sale .. 89c
Step in and be convinced that these prices will make
your Christmas money go a good ways.
THE TAUGBOL SISTERS
407 DcMira AVMVC
Phone 848 7 S. Third St.
18 lbs. Granulated QQ
Fresh soda crackers, Pl_
by the box, per lb
IVsC
25c package QA
matches only uUC
New prunes,
3 lbs for .......faiOC
Boiled cider,
per bottle
Walter Baker's chocolate "10
per cake IOC
Bulk dates, 1 n„
per lb JLUC
7 drown Turkish
figs, per lb MOC
Canton crystallzed Aftsi
ginger, per box «UC
Nokomer's maple syrup^ Aft
absolutely pure, .per qt.
Wampun table syrup, OQ
per gallon OOC
New York buckwheat, /ifh
10 lb sack WC
6 lb sack Falcon
Pancake flour wuC
2 lb package. Phloon *1 A_
Pancake flour lUt
Weak to Swedes,
John Nelson, who recently disposed
of his farm near Crookston and John
Herberg, who has been in the employ
of the Great Northern railroad, de
parted the latter part of last week
for Sweden where they will spend
several montha visiting with relatives
and friends. They expect to return
to Crookston next spring some time.
Suggestions For the Gilt Buyers
For tbe Men
Cigars, Smoking Sets,
Canes, Fountain .Pens,
Pocket Books,
Military Sets,
Traveling Cases,
Shaving Sets, Books,
Collar and Cuff Rolls,
Desk Sets,
Pipes, Umbrellas,
Pocket Knives,
Brica-a-brac for Dens.
You have more Ume now than you will have later so hav« mn*
ttwill be a pleasure to show you these goods whether yoS buy"?
SCHLABERG & GRIFFIN

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