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$$»' tAWBOHT 'a, For I w, f,k 5 ii ji II Sale—Five room house on Cheyenne Ave. $1,100 Easy terms. For Sale—A four room house on North Fifth St., $750. For Sale—A house and lot *n North Sixth St., $450. For Sale—Five room cottage, good cellar, city water, all in good condition nice lawn and shade rents for $15 per month. On Cot tonwood St $1,500. For Sale—Seven room house on University Ave. City water and cellar. Renting for $18 per month. $1,750. For Sale—We have tracts ot land adjoining the city which we will sell in one, two, three and five acre lots, on easy terms and low rates of interest These tracts will b«? worth double the amount we ask Hansen & Go. 202 SOUTH THIRD ST. MAPLE SUGAR CREAM A Delirions Confection, per one ponnd can .... 30c Used for filling Layer Cakes and for making home made choco lates, creams, bon bons, etc It is very delicate with bread and butter, hot cakes and biscuits. Full direction for use with'each can. Hansen & Co. Phones 161 J. W. Ross, the Architect W. J. Edwards, the other Architect. It's queer the way a girl can wink without her eyelids moving. C. S. CRANE, M. D. *PKKA ¥$• If 'f I i/-- =W. H. KELSEY= REAL ESTATE, LOANS A N IN S A N E N*. 20 North Fourth Street Both Phones No. 20 Sale—Five-room house on University Ave. City water and cel lar. $1,100. For (Specialist) Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat for them in a short time. They are going fast. For Sale—New seven room house on corner lot on Cottonwood St. All modern but heat. Hardwood floors. Price $2,GOO. For Suit*—Eight room all modern house on South Fourth St. Price $2,900. For Sale—New all modern house, close in, on University Ave. $2,SOD. For Sale—Twenty-five foot lot with good store building. Renting for $60 per month. Will sell for $4,710. Fur Sale—Piece of business prop erty, renting for $75 per month. Wiii sell for $5,000. For Kent—Seven room house on Cheyenne avenue good cellar, hardwood floors—city water freo. $23 per month. For Bent—New five room house in lone avenue. $12 per month. THE CITY IN BRIEF Masquerade Suits for Bent at 211 North Fifth street Dr. Pierce, Dentist, removed to 18 South Third street Office with Dr. Rngstad. Masons Lodge. It is probable that a Masonic lodge will be organized at Bisbee. District Court. Judge Burke will convene a term of the district court in La Moure on Feb. 11. Have a Parade. The Beach & Bowers minstrels, who appear here on Monday afternoon and evening will give a parade on the main streets of the city on Monday at noon. We Have The Grip you are looking for, also a full line of trunks and suit cases. Grand Forka Furniture Co., 208 South Third. Both Phones. 680. "Hello Girls." How to be healthy and happy and be a phone girl. Ring us up for a package of Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea with full par ticulars. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. At the Lion drug store. A New Position. Miss Flossie Mallory, who has for some time held the position of book keeper and stenographer for the M. H. Redlck company has accepted a similar one with the T. J. Smith com pany. The Lenten Session. The Lenten season for 1907 be gins earlier than it has for many years, Ash Wednesday, which is the begin ning of Lent, comes February 13, which brings Easter Sunday on the last day of March, The season is a variable one, an-1 in tlie last century the earli est Easter was March 22, in the year 1818, and the Latest April 24, in the year 1859. K0H0LIA For Use in Chafing Dish, Per colator, and all other Lamps designed for burning alcohol. Koholia Is more economical than pure grain alcohol, because It Is cheaper in price and will go further, neither has it any of the disagreeable odors found by burning wood alcohol. To demonstrate that it will go fur ther than grain alcohol take equal parts of Koholia and grain alcohol burning them separately in open ves sels. It will be found that grain al cohol omits a yellow, smoky flame, where Koholia burns with a clear, blue flame, which shows that it has a much greater intensity of heat Sold la 2S, 40 and 75c. bottles. LBADIHfi HARDWAHH MERCHANTS, Cottonwood street hardwood floors down stairs, city water, sewer, cel lar, gas in street tl.TCe Seven room house on Uni versity avenue brick foundation, cellar, city water, fine shade trees. WM Business sit on South Third street 60*100 Improved and rent ed. HOUSE BLOCK, .... GRAND FORKS, N. D. Kent Realty & Investment Corporation —=CITTf HEAL ESTATE- FOUND That $S down and 16 a month Mo interest to pay will secure a fine residence lot in the University avenue West District. Buy Now while you can get Lots on the above easy terms, prices will advance In the spring. Lot8 on Dike Ave. $76.00. Lota on International Ave. $137.60. Lots on Budge Ave. $100.00. Lot* on University Ave. $162.60. SMee—New eight room house on f4,000. For 100x140 corner on Wal nut street one block from Diamond Roller mills, Improved and rented, must be sold this week. Business site on DeMers 26x100 price and terms furnished on ap plication. Bar Beat—New eight room house on University avenue hardwood floors brick cellar, bath, sewer, city water, $10. per month. Kent Realty & Investment Corporation sbsKOVR HONES bOVBLE TWO THREE== Phoae 645 EsropMi Mas New York Hotel and Restaurant MAI HE SON & K0EN1G, Proprietors MEALS AT ALL HOURS ALL DELICACIES OF THE SEASON Open Day and Nifht Sttam Healed 406 DeMers A*e. GRAND FORKS THE STUDENTS THE A, G. Have Circulated Petition Ask ing the Arrangements for Match be Made. A petition has been circulated among the students of the university during the past week asking that every possible effort be made to se cure basket ball games with the Agri cultural college and Pargo Athletics. Some time ago it was announced that it would be impossible to play against the A. C. and the announcement came as an unpleasant surprise. The uni versity team is in good shape, -and games with Fargo teams are just what the students want. Mrs. Bangs 111. Mrs. George A. Bangs of Reeves avenue is ill at her home. Is 111. Mrs. Charles Leeson of Cheyenne avenue is ill at her home today. Funeral of Ford. The funeral of Benjamin Ford was held this afternoon from the residence. Child Died. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Londargan died yesterday after noon. Month in New York. Charles Vogel has returned from Xew York city where he has spent the last month. Month in Stock Rooms. Miss Clara Hagness left last even ing for St. Paul where she will spend a month in the stock rooms of the large millinery firms. Hannah Business Man. M. C. Olson, one of Hannah's prom inent and Influential business men and a- successful farmer, was a visitor in the city today on matters of business. Student Dead. Ellen M. Hoistad, a student of the Grand Forks college died yesterday ar ternoon. She resides at Churches Fer ry, and the remains will be shipped there Sunday. Extensive Trip. Willis A. Joy, Judge Templeton and possibly several other local people are contemplating an extensive trip throughout the south. They expect to leave within the next fortnight.. Death at Gilby. Miss Flossie Wilccx, aged 16 years, died at Gilby this afternoon. She was a niece of J. P. Reiton, and for some time has suffered with consumption. For the last four months she has been at Bemidji. You'd better paddle your own canoe, For that's what you'll have to do, For when you are in hard luck And want to borrow a "Saw-buck," All you'll get is sym-pa-thee, Unless you take Rocky Mountain Tea. At the Lion drug store. Will lie Dropped. A warrant has been issued for the arrest bt E. Purcell at Gilby on a charge of threatening to do bodily harm to Becker. Both of the men are farmers. It was stated at Gilby this afternoon that the matter would be dropped. Once Resided Here. Fred Davies of Fargo, who died sud denly at Crary Thursday evening for merly lived in Grand Forks. He was employed by the old Brown & Metaler hardware firm as a tinsmith. Later he operated a confectionary store at the M. Panovitz corner. He left Grand Forks in about 1883. Convocation at "U." The Per Gradus society was in charge of the convocation exercises this morning at the university. The program is given in another column of this paper and was fine in every particular. President Merrifield an nounced that Founder's day will not be observed this year but that instead Longfellow's day will be appropriately observed next Saturday at convoca tion. Professors Squires and Koch will have charge of the program. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. LOST—RIGHT HAND LINED GLOVE. I. and P. on button. BrinK to Times Officio for reward. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER LAURA DAUBENBERG CLIFFORD BUILDING, ROOM 2 Mimeograph Work, Copy Work, Depositions rhouH II. W. 983-fli Tri-SUt* 292-1 & THE EVENING TUBS. GRAND TORES, H. D. FROIT COMPANY WILL MOVE Grand Forks Fruit Concern Will Move to Old International Harvester Batldlng This Month. It was announced today that the Grand Forka Fruit company would, the Jast of the month, relinquish the present building on lower DeMers ana move 'to the building recently vacated by the International Harvester com pany on Kittson avenue. The Harvester building and surrounding property Is owned by the Great Northern but the Fruit company has a lease for several years. A force of carpenters and mechanics will be put in the building at once and refrigerators and other necessary improvements will be installed so that l»v the end of the montii everything wil le in readiness to receive the new occupants. Gaining Slow. Rev. Charles Turner of Devils Lake, who has been ill for some time is re ported to be slowly recovering. Had tlie Grip. Hon. E. Y. Sarles has been confined to his home in Hillsboro for several days with the la grippe, but is able to be around again now. SAILOR LOVED HI8 8HIP. Went Back at It Was Sinking and Went Down with It. One of the pathetic stories of the storm that swept up the Atlantic coast a few days ago was that of the deuth of Capt. Matheson, of the schooner Nellie Floyd, wrecked off the North Carolina coast. It is of especial inter est in this section, because Capt Matheson and his vessel were well known hereabouts. For a number of years they had been frequent Visitors at Carolina and Georgia ports, where chip and master became familiar fig ures. When the Floyd foundered and it was certain that she must leave her bones in that marine graveyard off the North Carolina coast, a life raft of hatches was constructed, and the crew, including the captain, piled on It As they were about to push off, trusting to fortune to be pioked up by a passing ship, Capt. Matheson looked back upon his beloved schooner, then in its death thipes. His heart smote him. He felt like a deserter. The suffering but inanimate hulk called to him, and he could not resist the call. "I am going back, boys," he said "good-by and good luck to you." Then he scrambled back to the decks, by that time awash and fast settling. And in sight of the crew the ship and her captain went down to their fate. It is one of Kipling's favorite themes to illustrate the affection of a captain for his ship, and an engineer for his machinery. It is one of the conten tions of purists that one cannot love anything incapable of returning affec tion in kind, but it is no stretch of the truth or license of language to say that the sea is fairly peopled with skippers who love their craft with such devotion that they prefer death with them to life without them. Such was the case with the British Admiral Tryon, who refused to be rescued when some few years ago off Africa the battleships Victoria and Camper down came into collision with such disastrous results to the former, Ad miral Tryon's flagship. There are those who will assert that a good ship and a good master come into closest understanding and affection for each other when they have long sailed to gether. The master is jealous of the care of his ship and that she shall have the very best treatment, while the ship apparently does her best to demonstrate that the kindly care is fully appreciated. Capt. Marryat says that a ship will become sick and sul len and cranky under the hand of a new master after an old and kindly one has been removed from her. She mlsseB the petting and, according to the fashion of her sex, resents the deprivation. Capt Matheson, who died with his schooner, was a type of the sailor who loves his ship and who will give his life for his love.—Savan nah News. Refined Cruelty of a Boy. "For genuine cruelty the average five-year-old boy has got a Hottentot cannibal licked to a frazzle," said the proud father of a young hopeful the other day. "The latest trick of my kid 1b a winner, but was sort of rough on the victim, which was our pet cat. About three weeks ago we noticed that pussy suddenly gtepped eating and drinking. All the choice bits of meats and dishes ot milk were left untouched. "For several days we explained It by supposing that the cat was getting more than the ordinary number of •El* and eating them to the exclusion of our offerings, but we soon noticed that she was becoming thin and gaunt and did not seem inclined to move about and purr as she used to. One day, after two weeks of this, I picked up the now skeleton cat and began to stroke its neck. "What do you think I found? A thick rubber band stretched tightly around the throat, concealed by the long fur. It just permitted the cat '.o breathe, but she could not eat. 1 removed it and now she is getting along all right. When I asked the boy about it A he said he just wanted see if kitty would strangle. If been anything else but woman can always Interest a man by talking to him about himself. Every man who gel* Into an argu ment eeems to think he is a brass band hired not to stop. ERICKSOrS Phoae 848 7 S. Bars Procter Third St. 18 lbs. Granulated AA sugar ipXeUv 7 Bars Santa Claus soap wQC 7 Bars Lenox *3(5 soap Wisconsin Grain AND STOCK GO. 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. r. A WADSLEY. Miucer. Superior dnotattoaa (ot Mlnimll, Delivery. Stocks Open Close Close yesterday Atch 103% 103% 104% Copper 112% 112% 112% C. F. 1 49% 48% 48% G- W. 16% 16% 16V* Erie 35% 35% 35% Mb. Pac 84% 83% 84" Nor. Pac 152% 151% 153 Gt Nor 164 163% 166 N. Y. 128 127% 128% Penna 131% "130% 131 Rdg 123% 122% 123% R- 1 26 25% 26% St. P. 147% 147 147% Sugar 133% 134% 133 Soo 115 115 115 U. Pac 172% 172% 173% U. S S. Com. .. 45 44% 45 Stock market very quiet today ac count of holiday, Tuesday, Feb. 12th. 'Minneapolis May wheat opened 81% and closed 81%, an advance of %c. over ilast nights close Light trading In grain pits today, Northwest wheat 'receipts today 227, a year ago 363. Ftlax today 18, a year ago 51. ADDIIIONAL SOCIETY. Miss Beatrice Johnston).* will be the speaker at the Y. W. C. A. tomorrow afternoon. The subject of her talk will be "Gideon." Miss Cora Adams will sing. The Pioneer club did not hold its regular informal dance last evening, and it has been postponed indefinitely. There will no doubt be a good deal of disappointment amongst ticket hold ers of the Y. M. and Y. W. C. A. as- sociation course on account of the failure of Monteville Flowers to ar rive in the city for entertainment 'to night. He will arrange for a later date so the pleasure is only post poned. Twenty-two of the friends and neighbors of Mr. W. H. Alexander gave him a genuine surprise on the anniversary of his birthday Thursday evening. Five hundred was played at which Mr. Alexander captured the gentlemen's prize and Mrs. Robinson the ladies.' Mrs. Bartles and Mr. Densmore received the consolation prize. The self-invited guests pro vided delicious refreshments. The P. O. N. league has added a mighty good ball town by taking in McKeesport. Jack Menefee, formerly famous as a pitcher in the National league, is to be the owner and man ager of the club. Times wants will supply Times wants will to it had a cat It woold lave been dead In no time." Sells Snakes by the Foot Mount Holly, Pa.—There appears be an abundance of snakes In Burling ton county, and many residents of tin pine land districts find marketing th« reptiles a source of considerable profit In Ms searches Hiram Kllpatrlok, ol Woodmansle, caught six pine snaket that averaged five feet in length, These were sold to George V. Bozarth, a dealer at Chatsworth, at the rat* ot 16 cents a foot Kllpatrlck took the snakes "to market" wrapped around his arm, as he had no other way t« 6W tbfSL your wants supply yonr wants GREEK-AMERICAN CANDY STORE The Loop The Loop Machine Is Working Again III FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS AND POPCORN. fi OC 10 Bars Calumet 9B soap Gambles Qp Xaptha soap wOC 4 lb Package Gold i)n Dust One Fourth Off on Sleds and OC L& mOC Malt Breakfast food IB per package AOC Toasted cornflakes A per package XUC Quaker corn meal f| per package XUC New Shelled Walnuts per pound TuC Fancy Wisconsin saur 1 fl kraut per can XUC Fancy Table syrup nn per gallon JOC 2 lb can White House WA coffee /UC 5 lbs Fruens wheat qm (lakes wOC Skates Thi Churches First Baptist Frank E R. Miller, minister. Public worship at 10:30 a. m., with a sermon upon the subject "Personal Influence in Bringing Men to Christ." In the evening at 7:30 the pastor will contin ue his series of discourses upon: "Personal Problems," his special sub ject being, "The Problem of the Future Ufe: How shall one Spend Eternity?" Bible schol at 12:00, B. Y. P. U. at 6:30. Prayer meeting Wednesday eve ning at 7:30, "Waiting on God." First Church of Christ—Scientist. Regular Sunday services at 10:45 a. m. and 8 p. m. subject (Soul). Sun day school at 12:20 p. m. Wednesday evening service at 8 o'clock. Public reading room in the church foyer open from 2 to 4 p. m., on week days. Church edifice corner of Bel mont and Fourth Aves. All are cordial ly invited to attend the services and visit the reading room. Scandinavian Methodist. Presiding Elder Rev. H. C. Munson from Duluth, will preach at the Scan-l. M. E. church cor. First Ave. and Chest nut street cor. First Ave. and Chest 10th at 11 o'clock and in the evening at 8 o'clock. All are invited. INSPECT NAVY YARDS. AMMtatcS hM to The Brnl«( Than. Washington, D. C., Feb. 9.—In con formity with the law, Assistant Sec retary Newberry started for New Or leans today on his annual trip of In spection of the southern navy yards and stations. After examnling the Algiers naval station, near New Or leans, he will embark on the May flower and proceed to Pensacola, Key West and Guantanamo to inspect the naval station, there. On the way northward he will touch in at Port Royal and Charleston, S. C. Times Want Ads get results. SECURITY BLOCK SM W*SATURDAY, PEBRUART 0, 1907. £j. Sale of Sleds and Skates MASONIC TEMPLE HARDWARE GRAND FORKS Taugbol Sisters EXCLUSIVE DEALERS IN LADIES' FURNISHINGS ALL THE LATEST AND NEWEST INCLUDING MILLINERY Grand Forks Realty Co. PROPERTY WANTED v-i Out EVERY TIME I FILL A TOOTH I MAKE SURE THE WORK IS BEYOND CRITICISM AND WORTHY THE NAME DR. COUVRETTE DeHen Ave. tad Third St.. Over Dnf Store WILL CLEAR_ THE LINE Botary Plow Passed Through Grand Forks This Morning on the North ers Pacific Enronte North A snow bucking train, composed of a rotary fjnow plow and two moguls passed through Grand Forks this morning enroute north to clean up the lino between Grafton and Pembina. For a number of days, this has been closed, the big wreck at Cashel having considerable to do with it. The rotary was brought up from the main line evelyrnesBthw (Continued from Page 1.) court there is a sprinkling of women, while hundreds more are turned away from the doors every day. These wo men wear their gayest attire, fight for the best seats in the rooms, and squirm and fidget under marvelous millinery creations in trying to get a sight of Thaw or of the other notables in the court room. We are adding to our office force sufficiently to of Real Estate buying and selling from the smallLt hmTJL ^eUU largest wholesale proportions. We want all the av^Sw! 1a for sale on our list, with the guarantee of quick dltlons are satisfactory. returns wbew oon- ShaU be pleased to hear from anyone wantin* r» ftrk» Real SMate. AntWng we Joia usuXWl we derate to the selling end of the i. owners to place their property our hands. We en and Investors on our list You may have liiTtww Li* your property with us. :i.r% it*# t- One Fourth Off on Sleds and Skates Wtoieft. nDvr* C. A. RHEINHART PHONES 332 to n.?n I 1 8 Qran(l ^e energy for th* undredB ol BVe lu,t bay- of these want.