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No. 2C .Vorth Fourth Street
The Local lieu of Interest
Gathered for Times Readers
J. W. Ross, the architect
W. J. Edwards, the other architect.
Public Stenographer.
Laara Daabenbcrg, Room 2, Clifford
Balttlng.. Phones, K. W.
98S-M,
State «nBa
Shoes Repaired.
It you want your shoes repaired
promptly call on Fred Smith at No. $
South Fourth street
"So Tints
1
John Void of the Lion drug sloro
deft Saturday evening for a trip to
California. He will be joined by a.
•brother, and they will spend about
I Six weeks in the state of flowers.
=W. H. KELSEY-
REAL ESTATE. LOANS
A N I W S A N E
For Bent—Six-room house and
barn on Korth Fifth street. (20
per month. $17 per month with
out barn. City water tree.
For Rent—Seven-room house on
Cheyenne avetme good cellar,
hardwood floors— city water
free. $23 per month.
For Rent—Eight-room honse tn
Bast Grand Forks steam heat
hardwood floors. $20 per
month.
For Rent—Eight-room house In
Bast Grand Forks, near saw
mill. $15 per month.
For Rent Seven-room liouw
on North Thir-1 .street, all mod
ern but heat. Nice lawtt and
shade. Cemant walks. City
water free. Possession at oiicv.
$26 per month.
For Urol—New five-room house
on lone avenue. §12 per mout'i.
For Renl—Seven-room house o:i
Tomorrow.
The Evening Times will not Issue
'{tomorrow, New Years day.
On Short Vacation
Andrew Sanborn, with the Golden
Iprain Biscuit company, has been en
tjbying a short vacation visiting at his
lold home, Breckenridge.
I Held Services,
t' C. H. Howard was at Fisher aud
nal lory Sunday where he held serv
ices. Mr/Howard has held numerous
jreligious services in the towns near
Represent I.ocal Paper.
Frank E. Packard it is reported will
represent the Herald at the legisla
ture this winter, Mr. Packard was in
Grand Forks recently, and neither
confirmed or denied the rumor.
A Basket Social.
A Young People's society of the
Zion Lutheran church will hold
basket social in the Normanden hall
•on Jan. .2, Thursday evening. A good
program has been arranged for.
A Western Trip.
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few months in die
Both Phones No. 20
North fourth ntnwr City wa
io". oefiar ami anil '»arn. flS
p.'i' month.
Vor iloilt—Five-roora flat, all
modern but lieat. on South
Third street. Hani wood floors.
I a rtno condRion. Possession
il once. $30 per month.
l'or Sale—\ piece of property
'tiMvms $75 .per month rent.
0 ii lie lought for $5 .00.
l'or Sale—An all modern house
on lonth Fourth struct, renting
l'or J35 per month. Price
Sw'-.oou.
l'or Sale—Lots or. Cherry
street $100, lots on Oak street
*75. lots on Elm 'street., $65, lots
•onOeiinr '.street $55, lots on Vic
ior.a, street $40, lots on Piue
•treet 525, lots on Washington
itreet 525.
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The City in Brief
Tri-
A Son.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hornert are
the parents of a new son who has
just arrived.
hito each life some sorrow must fall
Wise people don't sit down and bawl
Only focfls suicide or take to flight
.{mart people take Rocky Mountain Tea
at night. Lion Drug Store.
The Light Honse.
For anything In light, call «p the
Light Honse, 428 both phones. Gas
snd electrical goods, Henley Smith,
proprs.
Returned Home.
Kev. Ole Larson employed by the
'American Baptist Publication society,
and who attended the meeting here
last week of the Baptists, returned to
his home in Fargo Sunday.
Will Undergo Operation.
•Mns. John McLaofr expects to leave
next Monday for Rochester, Minn., to
undergo an operation for apendecitls.
Mr. McLeod who is janitor In the
court house will accompany her on the
trip.
Hakes a Change.
Andrew Larson who has been em
ployed by the Norther. Pacific as sec
tion foreman at Melanotic, this county
has resigned and accepted a similar
position with the Great Northern at
Hartlett.
Rush oi Work.
Miss Florence Smith, stenographer
lor Master' Mechanic Dixon, went to
Larimoro this morning to take dicta
tion for a number of matters which Je
mand attention. The work of keeping
the snow removed from the tracks and
the freights moving is so strenuous
that Mr. Dixon is unable to get to this
city 'to look after
many
f?rp.
of these mat-
AD OUT
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ir$ WORTH 25c
1" presented by any housewfte at our
store, together with 10c„ and you will
receive a 35c. 11-2 qt. Enameled
Saiiw Pan in the Genuine Imported
Quadruple Coated
STRANSKYWARE
Notice: To thoroughly distribute
these choice pans, we restrict the plac
ing of but one to each family.
Leading Hardware Merchants, Opera House Block, Grand Forks, N. D.
Kent Realty & Investment Co.
CITY REAL ESTATE—
/r AS T/M£
you were buying that lot you've been looking at so much the past
University Avenue West District
you want to secure It at the 1906 price. After January 1,
all prices advance. Get in now while there is yet time. Only a
few Short days left. Quick action Is necessary.
Kent Realty & Investment Co.
Come out this evening for the Taug
lol Sisters Slaughter Sale. (See pago
4.)
Wanted.
A young man to solicit orders for
newspaper. Inquire of R. V. Simmons
at Times office.
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.
Former Resident.
Milton Larson, a former resident of
Grand Porks, but who is now em
ployed by the Reeves threshing com
pany at Fargo, will be here this week
for a visit. While in Grand Forks hi,
was employed in the Ontario store.
The Yeomen will give a grand ball
in Odd Fellow's hall New Year's
night The committee has left noth
ing undone to make this event the
leading one of the season. The best
music, capable floor manager, and an
excellent supper. Tickets |1 per cou
ple. Extra ladies 25 cents each.
Have Taken Store.
Stanley Raymond was in ftom
Arvilla yesterday visiting. He has
purchased the William Hodges general
merchandise store, taking charge of
it last Thursday. Besides the stock
carried by Mr. Hodges, there has been
considerable goods added.
Diphtheria Cases.
It is reported that there area num
ber of cases of diphtheria in the vicin
ity of Hankinson. No report of the
trouble has been made to the state
board of health, and it is not probable
that there is any danger. The schools,
however, have been closed there.
-Billy" In The Cities.
"Billy" Giles will return home to
morrow morning from St. Paul where
he has been visiting for a week. While
friends here do not profess to be en
tirely wise as to William's doings in
the cities, it is claimed that the at
traction was entirely worthy of the
trip.
Will Wed~Today.
C. Earle Martin, a Great Northern
operator stationed at Larimore will
be married today to Miss Mable Mar
tin of Northwood. Although having
the same name, they were not related
in any way. Mr. Martin formerly op
erated for the Great Northern at
Northwood.
Jfew Year's Watch.
There will be service at the Scan
dinavian Methodist church, corner
first avenue and Chestnut street this
evening from 10 o'clock until mid
night to see the old year go out and
the new one come in. Light refresh
ments will be served. All Scandinav
ians are most cordially invited to at
tend.
Small Explosion.
There was an explosion in the store
of Ganssle & Grant at St Thomas
which might have proved quite seri
ous. While working on gas pipes,
which had become filled with water,
an accumulation of gas was exploded.
The men were burned a little, and
considerable glass in the store was
broken.
Will Go West.
William Hodges ana Thomas Hodges
Arvilla have decided to go to the west
ern part of the state, where they will
look up a location. William Hodges
has been in the general merchandise
business at Arville for some time, and
is well known through out the country.
His many friends wish him every suc
cess in his new venture.
Under Advisement.
After Judge Pollock heard the ar
guments in the case of Walker Bros.
& Hardy vs. the Fargo Typographical
.union, he announced that he would
take, the matter under advisement.
The case involves the right of the
union to picket the place of business,
and it caime up. last summer at the
time of the printer's strike.
Crater Weds.
George Crater and Miss Grace Ty
ler were married at Rugby. The
groom is the well known traveling
representative of the Stone-Ordaen
Wells grocery concern, and has been
traveling in the western part of the
state for several years. The Evening
Timbes joins the many friends in ex
tending congratulations.
Revival Services.
Arangements have been made by
Rev. Miller of the Baptist church and
Rev. Moore of the M. E. church to
hold evangelistic services simultane
ously in the new year, beginning on
Feb. 15. Evangelists Hunt and Alex
ander and Singer Davidson will be
present and it is probable that one or
two more evangelists may come.
Favors Evanson.
In the case of P. S. Evanson of
Northwood vs. State Bank of North
wood an action involving $5,000 paid
the Grand Forks First National bank
to make good an endorsement made
by him to the State bank, which be
came defunct shortly after he had
made such endorsement, Judge Fisk
has handed down a verdict for the
plaintiff for $4,350.
The Verdict.
The decision of Judge Purcell In the
M. Kearns case was against the de
fendant in the sum of $50.75. This suit
was brought by J. A. Woods to re
cover on two decks alleged to have
been issued by the defendant, the is
suing of which Kearns claims to have
no recollection. He said he was in
toxicated at the time, and made this
his defense. An appeal will be taken
by him to the district court
Will Open Wednesday.
The Wesley college conservatory of
music will begin its second term next
Wednesday, Jan. 2, in the splendid
apartments in the Birkholz block,
South Third street. The first day is
registration day and all pupils are ex
pected to come and make preliminary
arrangements for their term's work.
The faculty will be ready to register
students any time between the hours
of 9:30 and 12 a. m. and 1:30 and
5:30 p. m. Actual teaching commences
Thursday morning.
THE EVENING TIMES, GRAND FORKS, N. D.
Standard Corn.
per can WOC
Standard Tomatoes, "J f|
per can AvrC
bars Galvanic OB
soap WtfC
6 bars P. & G.
soap wQC
3 pkge's Dr. Prices
Everything in the store is on sale.
H. W. Hansen & Co.
Phones 101
Baby Boy.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gaare of 311 Girard
avenue are the parents of a baby boy
who. arrived at the family home this
morning.
One Vag.
There was one vag up in police
court today. He had been ordered out
of Grand Forks on a previous occasion,
but for some reason returned.
Formal Notice.
On Saturday night Dr. F. W. Chand
ler of Valley City received from Gov.'
Sarles his certificate of appointment
to the state board of dental examiners.
Hit Wrong Block.
Lloyd Campbell an Evening Times
employe is recovering from the effects
of a severe blow received while en
gaged in playing a game of hockey
the river an evening or two since.
Have you indigestion, constipation,
headache, backache, kidney trouble?
Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will
make you well. If it fails, get your
money back. That's fair. Tea or Tab
lets form. 35 cents. Lion Drug Store.
Have Tree Tonight.
The Salvation Army will give a.
Christmas tree this evening in their,
barracks on DeMers avenue. A fine
musical program has been arranged,
and it is expected that the entertain
ment will be a success.
,r, A Lone Democrat.
State Senator E. K. Spoonheim, the
holdover democrat o£ the Fifth legis
lative district, was in the city today
from Northwood. He wiW have a lit
tle more political company this term'
than he had before, but he will still
be something like the proverbial fiddler,
in the land where it is thoug.it few
politicians go.
Ready for Work.
C. E. Lazier, one of the ^popular
traveling men of the city, is back from
a trip to St. Paul where he went to
look over his lines for next season.
He returns to his work with the Arm
conviction that he will be able to do
the biggest year's work he has ever
had to his credit. But beating his
record in sales is something like Dan
Patch breaking his own record.
To Move to Williston.
Receiver Vic Chaffee of the Willis
ton land office, will arrive in this city
in a few days for a three weeks' visit.
During that time he will close up all
his business here which requires his
personal attention, and when he re
turns to Williston he will be accom
panied by the family who will make
their home at Williston after that time.
AtitoiMfc Safest, Simplest
KdZOF and Best
No Honing
No Stropping
Price complete, razor and
24 blades, in handsome
velvet lined case,
$5.00
G. A. RHEINHART
MASOWC TEMPLE HA^I$VARG GRAND FORKS
PRE-INVENTORY
Breakfast Food wOC
2 pkge's Force..
25c
2 pkge's Grape
nuts WtlC
Above is just a few iterms on
which we have put cut prices, to
show you how we make goods move
fast
JOHNSON 8 NIS6ET
Salt Herrings, |"k
per lb. JLUC
Salt Mackeral,
per lb £(JC
Sweet Potatoes,
6 lbs. for wOC
New York Baldwins, Rfl
per barrel ipxiUU
Wells Bros. Vermont
pure maple syrup, 0*1
per can kpJLeOU
High Life Coffee, in
best on earth TfUC
Ration Fish Balls,
per can uUC
Ration Fish Pudding,
per can. UOC
Grape Wine, Rflri
per pint tJUC
Reconstructs your whole body,
makes rich red blood. Drives out im
purities that have collected during the
winter. HoHister's Rocky Mountain
Tea is a family tonic. 35 cents, Tea or
Tablets. Lion Drug Store.
Back From Twin Cities.
Dr. and Mrs. Eckman have returned
from the Twin Cities where they spent
the holidays. The doctor brought
home a beautiful dog which he is ex
hibiting to his friends with consider
able pride.
Will Purchase Dreams.
Miss Elsie Goodson, the trimmer in
the millinery department of the Zules
dorf store, left this morning for a brief
visit at her home at Angus, Minn.
After enjoying a brief vacation she
will visit a'll the larger cities of the
east for the purpose of studying the
styles for next season and making the
purchases for the millinery department
of the store.
The Minnesota Club.
The Minnesota Glee club, which ap
pears in Grand Forks at the First
Baptist church on Friday evening, is
.no doubt one of the best musical or
ganizations touring the northwest.
The B. Y. P. V., which society ar
ranged for the coming of the club,
should be commended for their pro
.gressiveness in giving Grand Forks
people an opportunity of hearing the
club. ..V:
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(Continued from pin 1.)
have at its "command an additional
$24,000,000, for its public works. These
charges are mainly for franchise taxes
and repairs made by the city on ac
count of the various street and elevat
ed lines. Of this vast sum, the lines
controlled by August Belmont are
nearly two-thirds. The debt of the
Metropolitan street railway and its
allied lines is just short of ten mil
Han dollars for franchise taxes, and
it has an additional indebtedness to
the city for street paving and repairs
for the various years since 1896 of
$3,400,000. The Manhattan railway,
for franchise tax and interest, owes
more than six million dollars, and the
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, on the same
account, is indebted to the city in the
sum of two ard three quarters mil
lions. If the incoming legislature in
vestigates street railways, as it pos
sibly may, these figures may be in
quired into, together with the reasons
for their being so long over looked by
city officials.
Candies Candies
AT
THE GREEK AMERICAN
Con* Mtil watch make It. And also
tli* bast Um of Faacy
Boxes tha state.
OUR CANDIES MADE FRESH
EVERYDAY
THE GREEK AMERICAN
18 SOUTH THIRD STIEET
Wisconsin Grain
AND STOCK CO.
BROKERS
Invite personal Interviews and cor
respondence relative to purchase and
sale of grain stocks and bonds.
branch Office, 16..Clifford Bldg
Both 'Phones 400.
Grand Forks. N. D.
B. WADSLUY, Manager.
Quotation (or Mlaaeaitolla
P.
Superior
Wheat—
Open ...
High ...
IJOW ...
Close
Puts
Calls ...
Curb
Delivery.
Dec. May. July
7
5 '/i 77%-% 78%-%
.75% 77% 78%
..74Mi 77 78
-.74% 77% .78%
77%
78
Open ...
lllgh ...
Low
Close ...
Corn—
Open ...
'.Close
Oats
Open ...
Close ...
Tr.jvv-r:...
Cblcac* Deliver?.'
Wheat-
.72%-% 76%-%
73% 77'
72% 78%.
73% 77
76%-76
76%
75%
76%
44-44
44V4
.40%-%
39%
43'%-%
43%
36-36
36%
.33%-%
.33%
Jan.
15.87-85 16.40-37
.15.80 16.37
.9.12-10
.9.15
Pork-
Open
Close ...
Lard
Open ...
Close ...
9.30-27
Dolath Delivery,
Wheat— Dec.
Open 75 77%
Close 75% 78%
Flax-
Open ...118 122%
Close ...1.18 122
New York.
Open 80% 82% 82%
Close ....80% 83 82%
Forelga Market.
Liverpool lower, eBrlin low
vr, Budapest higher.
Mlnneapolla Cash Cloae.
No. 1 northern 77%-%
No. 2 northern 75%-%
No. 3 wheat 71%-72%
No. 1 durum 65%
No. 2 durum 60%
No. 3 y. corn 36%
No. 3 corn 35%
No. 3 w. oats 32%
No. 3 oats 30%-%
Uarley 41-49
Rye 56%-59 *4
PI ax 118
Dolath Caafc Close,
No. 1 northern 77%
No. 2 northern 75%
Flax 118%
Northweat Receipt*.
Duluth—Today. 38 last year, holiday.
Minneapolis—Today, 798 last year,
holiday.
Winnipeg—Today, 107 last year, 129.
Chicago—Today, 107.
Flax—
Duluth—Today, 20 last year, holiday.
Minneapolis—Today, 81.
Hogs—
Chicago 32,000
Kansas City 8,00(1
Omaha 5,000
Visiblo Supply—Wheat Increased
891,000 bu. Total supply, 41,727,000 bu.
Visiblo Supply—Corn Increased 114,
000 bu. Total supply, 4,619,000 bu.
Visible Supply—-Oats increased 44,000
bu. Total supply, 13,011,000 bu.
WANTED—MAN AND WIFE TO
work on dairy farm. Inquire of J.. H.
Bosard, office Clifford building on
Wednesday.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general house work, 716 North Third
street.
SELL OR TRADE STOVES, HOU8D
hold goods, etc., to O. F. Furniture
Co., SOI a Third street. Phones 110.
MR, HOTEL MAN
Write (or sample and price on our
special Hotel Blend Coffee. This
should benefit yon.
Home Tea Go., Routers, Grand Forks.
mombay, 9-'»
HERE'S
A FIRST CLASS
INVESTMENT
TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS
$175.00 EACH
B-aoa—Those lots are located on North Fourth street.
They are very desirable. Wc will sell them on the tol
Ing terms: $25 cash, $10 per month.- If you are looking
(or a good location tor a homo, look this up. If you are
looking for an Investment that Is bound to make you
money, we recommend that you Investigate this offering.
It Is only a matter of a little time until a pair of lots like
theso will be eagerly picked up at 1600. Now we offer the
two for $350 on terms within the reach of all. We can
clto you a hundred or more instances where the work
ingman's dollar properly Invested In good lots like the
afrove during the past year, has made him 100 per cent,
in six months. Wo have every reason to believe that 1907
will see greater activity and a greater general Increase
in Real Estate values than has 1906. Now during the so
called "Dull Winter Months," you can pick up splendid
bargains in houses and lots. Let us take you around for
a tour of investigation some nice day. However, our im
medlat6 desire Is to have you look into the above bar
gain:" Two lots at $175 each." If you have $25 to Invest,
you can be the proud possessor of a pair of the finest lots
left on North Fourth street.
E. J. LANDER & CO.
Important Information to
Every Lady in This Entire
Community Will be Found in
Taugbol Sister's Ad on Page 4.
Phone 848 7 S. Third St.
100 pounds Granulated
Sugar
IS pounds Granulated
Sugar
8 bars Lenox
Soap
8 bars Santa Claus
Soap
5 bars Ellis Naptha
Soap.
4 pound package Gold
Dust .,
25-cent package
Matches
Mrs. Stewart's Bluing,
per bottle
Old Dutch Cleanser, per
box—chases dirt
Three packages
Egg-O- See
Two packages
Grape Nuts....
Malt Breakfast Food, per
package
7 pounds Pearl
Barley
6 pounds Hand Picked
Navy Beans
For the New Year!
We otter the choicest in Meats
Poultry, Sausages, Fish, Oysters',
etc. Our "past performances" I
give warrant for the prospect oil
fair dealing on our part for mam
a year to come. Whether you aril
or are not on our list of patrol
we will be glad to see vou heiv,
any busy day in 1907-long afu*
that, we hope. ,•
Stewart Bros]]
It is reported that one :of the
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tette of newspapers at llanda 'll
soon die—unmounted.

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