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5r= jut The Local Items ol Interest Gathered (or Times Headers J. W. Ross, the architect Matinee Saturday. At the matinee performance of "The Fast Mail" on Saturday at 2:30, prices of admission will be in ac cordance with size. Little folks 10c and big ones 25c. W. H. KELSEY= REAL ESTATE, LOANS A N I N S A N E No. 4( Aiorth Fourth 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—Seven-room house on Ohe.venne avenue: good cellar, hardwood floors— city "vater free. $23 per month. For Rent—Eight room house in Bast Grand Forks steam heat hardwood floors. $20 per month. FVr Rent—Eight-room house in Bast Grand Forks, near saw mill. $15 per month. For Rent Seven-room house on North Third street, all mod ern but heat. Nice lawn and shade. Cement walks. City water free. Possession at once. $26 per month. For Rent—New five-room house on lone avenue. $12 per month. For Rent—Seven-room liouse on W. J. Edwards, the other architect. Public Stenographer. Lanra Daubenbcr?, Room S, Clifford Building.. Phones, N. ff. 983-M, Tri State 292.R. Sold Half Section. Adda S. Alguire has sold a half sec tion of land in Rye township to Iver H. Jeglum for $10,500. Shoes Repaired. It you want your shoes repaired promptly call on Fred Smith at No. 9 South Fourth street Were Old Time Friends. Henry Nolan, a notice of whose death appeared in the Times last even ing, was an old time friend of Phil McLaughlin and Angus McCallum of Grand Forks. Into each life some sorrow must fall: Wise people don't sit down and bawl Only fools suicide or take to flight: Smart people take Rocky Mountain Tea at night Lion Drug Store. A Pretty Calendar. H. K. Geist is among the local mer chants who has gotten out a fancy calendar this year. It is artistic, and is a good advertisement for the Pal ace of Sweets. Working at Minot. George Marsh of Minot is here for a visit He formerly lived ia Gr2B3 Forks but for some time has been in Minot. Mr. Marsh will leave again on Sunday for Minot. North Fourth street. City \va ter, cellar and and barn. $1S per month. For Kent—Five-room flat, all modern but lieat, on South Third street. Hardwood floors. I In fine condition. Possession at once. $30 per month. For Sale—A piece of property drawing $75 per month rent. Can be bought for $5,000. For Sale—An all modern house on South Fourth street, renting for $35 per month. Price $2,900. For Sale—Lots on Cherry street $100, lots on Oak street $75, lots on Elm street, $65, lots onCedar street $55. lots on Vic toria street $40. lots on Pine I street $25, lots on Washington I street $25. l(K=»M«==«Oc=0(=^t=«Oc=00=)«=5K)OC=»«0=^0C=0(==0^ The City in Brief ^OGtOc=^(K==)OG40=)»=)OG«0=)0=)0==00==00==»0 (XZ=0 CUT THIS AD OUT The Light House. For anything in light, call np the Light House, 433 both phones. Gas and electrical goods, Monley & Smith, proprs. 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. Records Completed. The county superintendent's of fice has completed the grading of the questions for the Eighth grade work, and the credits will be sent out to the teachers in a few days. Postpone the Case. The injunction case of a Kentucky distillery firm against Commissioner Ladd and J. H. Worst has been post poned in the federal court until Jan. 11, when it will come up for argu ment. Enjoyed a Vacation. Miss Alice Draeske, who has been at Fargo for a week enjoying the holi day vacation, has returned to her desk in J. B. Wjneman's office. Miss Drae ske reports a very enjoyable visit at Far so. Maintain Residence Here. 3. G. Whitehead ieft last evening fcr W::i:s:on, in which city he will e-?age in the publication of the I»2dly Wi'liston State. Mr. White hea-i has a lease on the McCanna resi •iencr here until next spring. Office Closed. The telegraph office at Mallory, which has for some time been main tained as both a day and night tele graph station, has been ordered clos ed at night, and the operator there has been transferred to another point. ITS WORTH 25c If presented by any housewife at our store, together with 10c., and you will receive a 35c. 11-2 jt. Enameled Sauce 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, S. D. Kent Realty & Investment Co. CITY REAL ESTATE-= THE BEST NEW YEAR RESOLUTION anyone can make is to invest a few dollars in University avenue West District building lots at the prices now prevailing. Don't wait •until values are greatly advanced by the usual spring de mand for building sites, which will be heavier than ever this year. |5 down and $5 a month will soon make you the owner of one ot the most desirable lots in town. Become systematic iu your habits by investing a certain amount every month in Grand Forks Real Bute. Tien you'll begin to save in otiier directions and wonder wfcy you did not start soner. it's easy after you once start Come and talk It over, or 'phone "DOUBLE TWO THREE" and our rep will call. Kent Realty & Investment Co. Sew 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 10S2L. Reconstructs your whole lutly, makes rich red blood. Drives out in puritics that have collected (luring the winter. HoKister's Rocky .Mountain Tea is a family tonic. 85 cents, Toa or Tablets. Lion Drug Store. ltoberston Booster. Bathgate Pink Paper: Harold Ko bertson tells us that the lT. N. D„ has the largest number of students en rolled that have ever been at the in stitute and they expect a still larger number after the holidays. Was Closed l*p. Parties coming from Bathgate say the f«el situation there is not as bright as it might be. The Bathgate mill has been closed for several days on ac count of the shortage of fuel, with lit tle prospects of an early let up. Enjoyed Holidays. Bathgate Pink Paper: Leon and Walter Corey came up from Grand Forks last week and were joined later by their father and mother and all aided materially in making the holi days pleasant for Bathgate friends. Enthusiastic Skaters. A number of Grand Forks people who have been at Crookston and Far go lately return home with glowing praise of the roller skating rinks in those two cities. A rink in Grand Forks would be a paying investment. With Express Company. Loren James, formerly -3f Grand Forks was here for New Year's, leav ing again last night for Havre, Mont, where he is residing. He has a posi tion with the express company, and is well pleased with the western coun try. Buck From Honeymoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Schell have re turned from a honeymoon, spent in Chicago and Aurora, 111., the latter place is the home of Mr. Schell's par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Schell will le at home to friends after Feb. 1 at 518 Walnut street. Back to Bismarck. Otto Saugstad of Northwood was hero yesterday afternoon and this morning he left for Bismarck. Last year he was engaged at the capitol in a clerical position, and he went there for the opening of the '07 session of the legislature. Occupy Depot. It is expected that the new Greaf Northern passenger depot at Fargo will be ready for occupancy today. The work on the structure has been delayed considerably, and the com pletion of it will be hailed with joy by Fargo people. Returned Home. John Nelson, deputy county audi tor has returned from a holiday visit with his sons at Chicago and St. Louis. He enjoyed the trip very much and returned home much improved In ap pearance, having had his wiskers trimmed to a beautiful goatee. Danger is near at hand when the kidneys are sick. Kidne.v-Ettes will purify and strengthen the kidneys and restore them to their normal and healthy condition. 25 cents. For Sale by Dacotah Pharmacy, Grand Forks, N. D. I. Kingman, East Grand Forks, Minn. Is Appointed Manager. John Hisserick, who for the past month has been serving as assistant to T. J. Whitney of the Northwestern Telephone Co., has been appointed general manager of the Fargo district to fill the place made vacant last spring by the resignation of C. H. Ed wards. Xelson Not From Ward. The county authorities have found that the man Nelson who was placed in jail a few days ago because of his insanity, does not belong to Ward county but to Clay county, Minnesota. A hearing will be had on his case in a short time and some disposition will be made of the same. Missed Their Train. ,Misses Kate McLaughlin, Ella Mc Laughlin and Milda Jacobson and Rob ert McLaughlin and Fred Wilson werv among the Grand Forks people who took in the B. of R. T. ball at Crook ston, New Year's eve. However, the next morning all but Robert McLaugh lin missed the train, and were ob liged to spend the day in Crookston. They however had a good time, re turning home in the evening. Goes to Rugby. Ex-County Superintendent McLean has accepted the position as principal of the Rugby high school and will leave for that place early next week to assume the duties of his position. It is no idle flattery to say that the Rugby schools have secured the serv ices of one of the best educators In the state and the board might have looked long and carefully before it would have been able to have found his equal. Commercial College Resumes. Union Commercial college resumed its sessions yesterday. A great many students have not yet returned from their vacations, yet there were a very creditable number present. Various changes were made in the different departments during the holiday vaca tion. The shorthand department is nicely located in the quarters former ly occupied by the Y, W. C. At New classes in business, English and com mercial law have been formed. Benefit Supper. "Wie annua! meeting of the Grand Army and Installation of the officers elect of the G. A. R. & W. R. C. will occur at the Post hall, Friday eve. In connection therewith, the ladles assisted by the Vets, will give an Oyster Supper in the interest of the relief fund, to which everybody is in vited. Tickets 25 cents each. A brief music and literary program may be Come anyway .hrd hrd hrd Interjected if time allows. Come any way. A. J. Pierce, Commander, J. A. Bean, Act. Adjutant. Automatic PRE-INVENTORY Standard Corn, per can UlIU Standard Tomatoes, "J ft-, per can AUC 6 bars Galvanic soap uOC bars P. & G. pf* soap 3 pkge's Dr. Prices Breakfast Food &OC 2 pkge's Force Denies the Report. It was reported that Supreme Jus tice Edward Engerud had tendered his resignation to Governor Burke to take effect as soon as the governor assumes the duties of his office and appoints a successor. This report was emphatically denied by Judge Engerud. Is Wondering. Willis A. Joy—"I understand that one of the political reformers has a new primary law bill, under the con ditions of which a man must declare his 5arty principles shortly before he casts his ballot. Some of us wish tu know whether it means voting for a United States senator—or a common vote." Warmer Climate. Kenneth Hyslop, a university gradu ate, has decided that he will spend the remainder of the winter in a warmer clime. As a result we find him hieing himself to New Mexico, "to the land of Indian maids and 'dobe shacks,"' as Ken expresses It. He will follow out the practical side of mining en gineering with his old student friends—Harry McDonald and Dave Boise. 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. IJ., 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. Razor and Best 25c 2 pkge's Grape- Qf nuts wtJC Above is just a few iterms on which we have put cut prices, to show you how we make goods move fast. Everything in the store is on sale. H. W. Hansen & Co. Phones lOl First Fall. W. S. Whitman returned last even ing from St. Paul where he reports the first snowfall of the season on Tues day. Grand Forks should treat the Saints different and give them a little of the flaky substance. Levelling the Snow Drifts, Street Commissioner Durick, with his force of men, has been quite busy all day levelling the snow which has drifted quite high along the public thoroughfares. A special made shovel and team are required in the work. Was Tied Up. Ingwald Knudsen returned last evening from Audubon, Minn., where he has spent the holidays with rela tives. Mr. Knudsen says he can now talk on railroads some. He talked all day on the N. P. while it was tied up at Winnipeg Junction. Corn- THE EVENING TIMES, GRAND TORES, N. D. THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1906. Safest, Simplest No Honing No Stropping Price complete, razor and 24 blades, in handsome velvet lined case, $5.00 C. A. RHEINHART MASONIC TEMPLE HARDWARE GRAND FORKS JOUM HISBET Salt Herrings, per lb Open 48%-% 44-41 Closo 43% 43% Oats Open 36%-% 33%-% Closo 36% 33% Pork— Jan. Open ...16.65-70 Close ...16.67 Lard- Open 9.52-55 9.30-32 Close ....9.52 9.32 jbninth fiellrery. Wheat— Dec. Open ....78 Close ..,.77% Flax- Open ...121'/i Closo ..121 XUC Salt Mackeral, nn per lb *. £UC Sweet Potatoes, rjg 6 lbs. for faOC New York Baldwins, Q/f (JA per barrel li^ItOU Wells Bros. Vermont pure maple syrup, CI per can li^liUU High Life Coffee, best on earth *UC Ration Fish Balls, OA per can uvC Ration Fish Pudding, CB per can UtJC Grape Wine, BA per pint OUC 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 B)th 'Phones 400. Grand Forks, N. D. F. B. WADSM3Y. Manager. Superior Quotations for Mlaaeaaalla Delivery. Wheat— May. July Open 77%-% 7S%-% High 77% 78% Closo ....77 78 Puts 76% Oalls 77% Curt) 77 I-ow 7G% 77% Chicago Deliver/. Wheat- Open 76%-% 76V*-% High 76% 76% Low 75% Close ....75% 75% Weir York. Open ....84% 82 Close 81% 81% Foreign Market. Liverpool lower. Minneapolis Caah Close. N'o. 1 hard 78% Xo. 1 northern 77-77% N'o. 2 norbhern 74%-75% No. 3 wheat 71%-72% Xo. 1 durum 65% Xo 2 durum 60% Xo. 3 y. corn 36% Xo. 3 corn 35% Xo. 3 w. oats 33 Xo. 3 oats 30%-32 Barley 41-49 Rye 55%-57% I-'lax 117 Duluth Cash Close. No. 1 northern 76% Xo. 2 northern 74% I'lax 117% Herald's Bluff Called. The story printed in the Herald this morning to the effect that a man had been robbed in the saloon ot M. J. Lynch on the east side, is pronounced an unfounded falsehood by the pro prietor. He says no representative of that paper ever called upon him, even though the article states that he did, and that he will give $500 to any man who will prove that any poker game has been conducted in the place during the month of Decem ber. Candies Candies AT THE GREEK AMERICAN Con* In and watch make It. And also sae the beat llaa of Fancy Boxes Ib the state. OURiCANDIES MADE FRESH EVERY DAY THE GREEK AMERICAN 18 SOUTH THIRD STREET two for HERE'S A FIRST CLASS INVESTMENT Taugbol Sisters loss and your gain —on page 4. Wanted. A young man to solicit orders for newspaper. Inquire of R. V. Simmons at Times office. New Office Arrangement. The office of the Imperial hotel is being renovated and the desk has been so changed that it will be much more convenient. Negotiations for Hostelry. A report is current in the city that negotiations are being made for the purchase of one of the popular hos telries at a rather fancy price. Soft Coal Arrives. All of. the coal dealers of the city have received soft coal during the last twenty-four hours, but as yet there is no hard coal on the market. Democratic Hoses Here. Senator J. L. Cashel is in the city today on his way to Bismarck to complete the work of leading the hosts out of Egypt. He frankly admits that the flesh pots of Egypt have a con siderable attraction for his followers and that some times they mourn for a return to them, but he hopes in time to pass the borders of the political promised land. News Boys Happy. The news boys of the city who have been invited by Manager Meyers of the Metropolitan to witness the pro duction of the "Fast Mail" on Satur day night have decided to meet at their various offices and march to the opera house together. The boys are delighted over the prospect of seeing the show, and are already voting Man ager Meyers the "Prince of Good Pel lows." WANTED—MAN AND WIFE TO work on dairy farm, inquire of J. H. Bosard, office Clifford building on Wednesday. SECURITY BLOCK Clfinn TWO BEAUTIFUL LOTS $175.00 EACH 11-302—Theso lots are located on North Fourth street. They are very desirable. We will sell 'them on the fol ing terms: $25 cash, $10 per month. $350 If you are looking for a good location for a home, 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 these will be eagerly picked up at $500. $175 Now we offer the on terms within the reach of all. We can cite you a hundred or more Instances where the work lngman's dollar properly Invested In good lots like the above during the past year, has made him 100 per cent, in six months. We have every reason to believe that will see greater activity and a greater general Increase in Real Estate values than has DON'T spend a moment here turn at once to page 4 and read Tantfbol Sisters' ad. 1907 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 mediate desire Is to have you look into the above bar gain:" Two lots at each." If you have $25 you can be the proud possessor of a pair of the flnest lots left on North Fourth street. E. J. LANDER & GO. to Invest, ERICKSON'S Phone 848 Sugar 8 bars benox Grand Forks Realty Go. BITOT —Good C-room house on UEillt University avenue, $18. RPMT —Good 5-room houso on null I Cottonwood street, $14. C91fin -7-room house just com mImXUU pleted, has hardwood floors, bath, sewer, water and nice brick cellar with cement floor. Rented now for $300 per year. A flrst class 12 per cent. Investment, Easy terms. CUM .~^00(* 7-room uii modern ''J' house, which means heating plant, with an exceptionally good lo cation on tho south side. CTfifln -7-room house nearly com 96UUU pleted, will have bath, sewer and water, all hardwod floors and a nice brick and cement cellar corner lot. Any terms that are rea sonable. —One of the best 50 ft. lots tpUMJU in the city, close in on pavement there ia a small house renting for $12., there Is room for another that would rent for1 $30. Small cash payment and $12 per month takes this. We can make this Investment pay you 15 per cent. IATC Of Lots In all parts of the LiUia C|ty 7 S. Third St. 100 pounds Granulated flJB r»e Sugar IS pounds Granulated QQ S bars Santa Claus Soap 5 bars Pills Naptha Soap 25c 25c 25c 19c 20c 10c 08c 25c 25c 15c 25c 25c 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 WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR general house work, 715 street. North Third SELL OR TRADE STOVES. HOUSE £°ld goods, .etc., to G. F. Furniture Co., 208 & Third street Phones 680. MR. HOTEL MAN Write for sample and price on our special Hotel Blend Coffee. This should benefit you. Home Tea Co., Boasters, Grand Forks. PHONES 332 SfiOO Three-room house. good p« month ,2°° cash $750 ^°wmel.h0rUe8netey°„0odw month P6r month *150 ca8h $1200 *10 per ivauw —®-room house just com «»ii. woodshed and ""ted for $14 per month. $150 caah and $10 per month takes this. —New 5-room house nearly «°*nPlftea. will rent for $16. $200 cash and $10 per month. Cheap er to own this than to rent It. SHOO-TT°?d 6 :r oom terms $1400 house near siwtRfl ft University avenue barn 50x150 ft. lots. Easy terms. SlatRO —Good 5-room cottaae. Tan nortb. .endi beautlfui BOx i. ?£ner n'ce shade trees. cotta,Be you have been 80 8' Reasonable J*r9°m $11006 at all kinds of prices. houso on Walnut street hardwood per month" °a8h and room '15 house In south end on one of our best streets Very reasonable terms.