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For Sale.
For Sale.
For Sale,
acre.
For Sale.
For Sale.
Cat Flowers Tlie Best at Kent's.
Visit Logan's Dairy Lunch Room.
Finest west of Chicago.
Banquet This Evening.
The gymnasium men of the Y. M.
C. A. will enjoy a banquet this even
ing at 6:30 o'clock.
Interesting Meeting.
The meeting of the Fortnightly club
Monday evening at which Prof. A. G.
Becker read a paper on "The Panama
Canal," was very interesting.
Lost
Lost—A watch fob Friday evening.
Has letter "B" engraved on buckle
and class pin with letters "M. H. S.
'04" attached as a charm. Finder
please return to Times office.
Leave Grand Forks.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gorsche and
family left this morning for Spokane,
Wash., where they will make their
future home. .Mr. Gorsche has been
employed in the A1 Densmore barber
shop and has a large number of
friends who wish him every success
in the west.
Notice for Bids
Notice is hereby given that John
Dinnie, chairman of the Elks building
committee, will receive sealed bids for
the sale of the house located on lot
8, block 23, O. T. city of Grand Forks,
same to be removed from lot within
five days from date of sale. Bids to
be received up to 12 o'clock noon of
Tuesday, April 27. 1909. Bids to be
left at Dinnie Bros." office. 5-26
A. O. U. W.
Our money is invested in North Da
kota county and city bonds. Come in
and get the rates on those ten, fifteen
and twenty-year policies of the strong
est and best fraternal beneficiary so
ciety in North Dakota—the A. O. U. W.
Adequate rates and payments so easy
you won't know you're paying it. A
savings bank and protection combined.
Office Empire block. Open every
evening.
WATCH GRAND FORKS GROW
For Rent. I have 160 acres of land close to the city limits to rent for
$2.50 to $3 per acre.
For Sale. One 50 fool lot on University avenue, $300.
One 50 foot lot on Cheyenne avenue, $200. Payments $5 per month.
For Sale. One 50 foot corner lot on Cheyenne avenue, $250.
One 50 foot comer lot on Cottonwood street, $600.
One acre near city limits, $L'00. Terms $5 per month.
Five to ten acre tracts near city limits, $95 to $125 per
One small house on North Fourth street $650.
New live room house city water, cellar. 50 ft. corner lot,
south front, $1,400—$10'- down, balance monthly payments.
For Sale. New all modern 3ix room house on North Fifth street, hard
wood floors, cement floor in basement. On easy terms.
For Rent. Small houses and flats, $10 per month. City water free.
For Rent. One eight room all modern house close in, $30 per month.
For rent. One six room house ou South Fourth street, city water.
cellar. $20.
W. H. KELSEY
THE COT I 6R EF
which-assures you-the best articles possible to procure.
BATS
BALLS
Inspect the New Uniforms for
PICKETTS
Now on Exhibition in Our Show Win*
dows. No Club Ever Wore Batter Suits.
How to Make Furs Last
I'se Benner. Begg & Garvin's ta
rine moth and dust
proof
and T5c.
bags. 40c
Takes Position Here
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nelson of
St. Thomas have arrived in Grand
Forks and will make their future
home here. Mr. Nelson has taken a
position in this city.
Nordlnnd the Tsilor
The spring season is here. The
new fabrics for men's suits are stun
niner. Nordlund the tailor, reproduces
the eastern styles. Prices are mod
erate. tf
Arranged for Series
Rev.
J.
H. Batten of this
city
has
just completed arrangements with the
people of Dickinson whereby a lec
ture course will be given there next
winter.
Takes Charge at Crookston.
F. F. Luger of this city has com
pleted arrangements whereby he takes
over the management of the Auditor
jium at Crookston. He will give the
I Crookston people a first class vaude
ville show, giving them the same head
liners as are given in Grand Forks.
The Clifford-Hatcher Agency
Fire, tornado, hail, bonds, automo
bile, boiler, accident and health in
surance. Both phones 791, Northwest
ern block. A. P. Clifford, agent
Father is Dead.
Alderman O. T. Ellestad left Monday
evening for Decorah, Iowa, where he
was called by the death of his father.
The elder Ellestad and his wife had
in 1902 celebrated the golden anniver
sary of their wedding. Mrs. Ellestad
is still living.
Makes a Change.
A. E. Morin, who represents the
Grand Forks Fruit company and who
has made his home at Neche, has re
moved to Grafton where he will reside
hereafter. Mr. Morin finds that Graf
ton is a more convenient place from
which to cover his territory.
Foley's Honey and Tar Is a safe
guard against serious results from
spring colds, which inflame the lungs
and develop into pneumonia. Avoid
counterfeits by insisting upon having
the geneuine Foley's Honey and Tar,
which contains no harmful drugs.
Sold by McGrath's Pharmacy.
Base Ball Supplies
With the opening of 1909 baseball season we are in a position to
furnish everything wanted for that very popular game in the
Spaulding Line
SHOES
BAT BAGS
TOE PLATES
SHOE PLATES
SCORE BOOKS
MITTS
ii
GLOVES
BODY PROTECTORS
A.\KLE SUPPORTERS
UMPIRE INDICATORS.
We are also in a position to
furnish any article made by
Spalding.
We solicit patronage for baseball supplies and uniforms from
clubs throughout the state.
LEADING HARDWARE MERCHANTS.
Opera House Block Grand Forks.
N,
li
Rugby Mayor Here
Mayor H. C. Lander of Rugby spent
Sunday and Monday in Grand Forks
as the guest of his brother, E. J.
Lander.
This Is a Bargain
A good 4-room house on Walnut
street for $850. Acme Real Estate
agenc. tf
Takes Charge of Store
Harry Stewart of Nash Bros., left
this morning for Xewberg, this state,
where he will take charge and oper
ate the sale of a bankrupt stock of
general merchandise.
To the observant individual a wordy
phrase carries little weight. Wo In
vite your inspection. The Roe Studio,
North Third street
Has Accepted Invitation
Prof. Wesvig of the I'nited Church
Theological Bsminarv. has accepted
the invitation to speak here at the
I I'nited Lutheran Young People's con
I vention to be held here June 4, 5 and
6.
I Contest Pianos.
You are cordially invited to call
and see the contest pianos at O.
Young's furniture and music store.
Funeral Was Held
The funeral of A. G. Harris, the
C'rookston man killed in the Great
Northern rail read accident at Devils
Lake, was held Monday afternoon at
i2 o'clock at Crookston. The services
were very largely attended.
Let Contract Tonight
Rev. J. G. Mcore, presiding elder of
the Grand Forks district of the
I Methodist church, is at Forest River
today and will leave this afternoon
for Bovesmount where the contract
will be let for the construction of a
new church.
Looking for an Opening
H. M. Rounee of the Tri-State Tele
phone company, was at Crookston
Monday looking after the interests of
jhe concern. The Tri-State company
wants a franchise to do business in
Crookston but as yet no action has
been taken ou the proposition.
For Rent.
Furnished cottage during the sum
mer months. Modern except heat
Reasonable terms to responsible
parties. Address Grand Forks Real
Estate company, Kittson avenue. tf
Back to Work
V. R. Waldo, who has been laid
up the past two months because of
the illness of his children, who were
suffering with scarlet, fever, has re
sumed his work this week, making
his first trip out Monday.
Early select Swedish seed oats for
sale. Sample can be Been at Duff's I
office. East Grand Forks, Minn. I
'Phone: Office, 1037 farm, S73-3.
Is Sellintr Horses
W. B. Bcdie of Niagara, this coun
ty, will lccate at Rcss. Ward coun
ty, this year to engage in the sale of
horses. He has just shipped an en
tire oar load of fine draft horses -into
that district which he is now engaged
in disposing of.
Building Permits
The following building permits
were issued: Mrs. Jennie Hougland,
Cherry street $1,500 residence G.
Bondelid. Walnut street. $1,500 resi
dence W. R. Jack, North Fourth
street, addition to rink, $2,400 J. C.
Rosson. residence on International
avenue, $800.
Read the pain formula on the box
of Pink Pain Tablets. Then ask your
Doctor if there is a better one. Pain
means congestion, blood pressure
somewhere. Dr. Shoop's Pink Pain
Tablets check head pains, womanly
pains, pain anywhere. Try one, and
see! 20 for 25c. Sold by Schlaberg
& Griffin.
A Good Booster
Crookston Times W. H. Kelsey,
one of the best known real estate
men in North Dakota, is in the city
today on matters of business. He
looks for an exceedingly prosperous
year in this section of the northwest
and states that North Dakota is in fine
shape for a big crop. Mr. Kelsey is
one of the best and most consistent
boosters that Grand Forks can boast
of and his motto "Watch Grand Forks
Grow" has been potent in pushing the
North Dakota metropolis to the front.
Special Club Meeting
A special meeting of the Commer
cial club will be held this evening at
8 o'clock at which time Dean Crouch
of the university will deliver his lec
ture on "Good Roads." The lecture
*111 be illustrated with stereopticon
views furnished by the United States
department of agriculture.
Any lady reader of this paper will
receive, on request, a clever "No
Drip" Coffee Strainer Coupon privi
lege, from Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. It
is silver-plated, very pretty, and posi
tively prevents all dripping of tea or
coffee. The Doctor sends it, with his
new free book on "Health Coffee"
simply to introduce this clever substi
tute for real coffee. Dr. Shoop's
Health Coffee is gaining its great
popularity because of: first, its ex
quisite taste and flavor second, its
absolute healthfulness third, its
economy—l'/fc lb. 25c fourth, its
convenience. No tedious 20 to 30
minutes boiling. "Made in a minute"
says Dr. Shoop. Try it at your
grocer's, for a pleasant surprise. Sold
by Geo. H. Wilder.
Notice to Contractors.
Plans for the erection of an Elks
club house and lodge room will be on
file at the exchanges in Minot, Grand
Forks, 'Fargo, Minneapolis and St.
Paul, also at the office of J. C. Wood
ruff, architect, after Wednesday,
April 14. Contract will be let on
May 5 at 8:00 o'clock in the evening
at the architects' office, proposals to
be addressed to John H. Lewis, sec
retary to the Elks' Home association.
A certified check of 5 per cent, of the
contract to accompany bids made out
to Mr. John H. Lewis. Contracts for
steam heat, plumbing and electric
wiring will be let separate. Plumbing
contractor to figure electric wiring
with his work. Signed,
159-eod John H. Lewis.
E E E N I N I E S
Will Go to Grafton.
William Rorke will leave this even
ing for Grafton to make arrangements
for the production of the Modern Min
strels at that place.
New Auto Arrives.
The new autbh\obi]e purchased by
W. Iv. Nash has, just arrived in the
city and its .owner, who returns here
in a few days, will soon be spinning
about the corners at a merry clip.
Trains Late.
Train No. 2 on the Great Northern
was reported fifteen hours late this
morning and was consequently an
nulled. The reason for the delay
could not be ascertained here. Train
No. 5 was twenty-five minutes late
arriving in the city this morning.
A Partial Li&t of Kodaks and Cameras
No. 1 Folding Pocket Kodak, size 2*4x314
No. 1A Folding Pocket Kodak, size 214x414
.No. 3 Folding Pocket Kodak, size 314x414
No. 3A Folding Pocket Kodak, size 314x5%
No. 4 Folding Pocket Kodak, size 4x5
No. 2 Brownie Camera, size 214x314
No. 2A Brownie Camera, size 2%x414
No. 3 Brownie Camera, size 3 14x414
No. 2 Folding Pocket Brownie, size 214x314
See Window Display
Parcel Delivery
Parcel delivery by wagon, Quick!
service. A. D. T. Phone 73.
New Machine Coining.
The new automobile purchased by
A. F. Turner will arrive in the city
in about two weeks.
Prominent Minneapolis Resident
Thomas Kelly of Minneapolis is
among the prominent visitors in
Grand Forks today.
Will Go to Hamilton.
Rev. K. Maclnnis. who is now in
Presbyterian work in Williams coun
ty. has accepted a call to the Presby- I
terian church at Hamilton.
Soon to Go Abroad.
Fred and Joseph Clifford of Minne
apolis will leave next month for points
in Europe. They formerly resided in
this city.
Corinthian Chapter It. A. M,
Special convacation this evening at
8 o'clock, workin R. A. degree. A full
attendance is desired. Visitors wel
come. L. L. Eckman, H. P. Chas.
Allen, Secretary.
Tourists Will Land
Messrs. C. C. Gcwran, H. Bendeke,
George B. Clifforfd and W. Rand,
who have been on a sight seeing tour
through Europe during the past few
months, will arrive in New York this
evening. Mr. Gowran will make a
visit at Portage and Milwaukee, Wis.,
before returning home, but the other
members are expected here within a
few days.
Write ns for
iv^JEi f™esincar
6BUD FORKS ICE COiPANr
Telophase 447
Colton-Wilder
GROCERY COMPANY.
122*124 South 3rd St*
Strawberries, fancy,
per quart
New cabbage, solid
heads, per pound
New potatoes, large and
dry, per pound
Pie plant, out-door
grown, per pound ...
Celery, well bleached,
three stalks for .....
Jumbo oranges (80)
count,, per dozen
Jumbo oranges (80)
count, per case
Ripe tomatoes,
per basket
Onion sets, white and
red, 2 quarts for
Multiplying onion sets,
per quart
Sweet corn, Early Minne
sota, per quart
Little Gem peas,
sweet garden, per quart
Mangel seed, •,
per pound
Onion seed,
no globe,
20c
7c
...7c
8c
25c
...50c
$2.75
30c
25c
15c
...15c
25c
15c
$2.00
The 3A'
Kodak
A remarkably popu
lar and satisfactory
instrument fully
equipped in every re
spect for serious work,
it is yet so simple to
understand and oper
ate as to be readily
and efficiently handled
by even the inexperi
enced.
In addition it is
wonderfully light and
compact and may be
easily carried in an
ordinary top coat
pocket, and the size,
314-5%, is exactly
right for post card
work.
With the Kodak
Portrait Attachment
large size bust por
traits may be made.
THE PRICE.
No. 3A Folding Pocket
Kodak, R. R. Lens
and F. P. K. Auto
matic Shutter. $20.00
Do., with Kodak Auto
matic Shutter. 25.00
Big Meeting of Owls Tonight
Twenty-five candidates for intiation
tonight. Those who have not been
examined yet will please bo at Dr.
O'Keefe's office as soon after 7
o'clock this evening as possible.
Every member is earnestly requested
to attend as business of importance
will be transacted. F. B. Wadsley,
president A. J. Kincaid, secretay.
Will Purchase Tables.
A1 Logan will leave this evening
tor Minneapolis where he will pur
chase marble top tables for his dairy
lunch room. The new tables will ac
commodate two persons and promises
to be up to the heighth of fashion and
in keeping with the other fixtures and
decorations at the popular eating re
sort.
Realty Transfers.
At the register of deed's office today
deeds were recorded from Carolina
Ross to Joseph Rose, lots 9 to 11,
block 35, McCormack's addition to
Grand oFrks. consideration $850. M.
B. Proctor to John Nelson, lots 15
and 18, block 2 Lindsay's addition to
Grand Forks, consideration $600.
Judgment Entered.
Judgment was filed in the clerk of
district court's office today in favor
of the Farmers' elevator at Emerado
and against the Farmers' bank of
Emerado. The amount of judgment is
$3,190.87. This amount is the loss
sustained as a result of the embezzle
ment of John Hempstead, who com
mitted suicide. Scott Rex was attor
ney for the plaintiff and Bangs. Cooley
& Hamilton were attorneys for the
defendant in the case which was tried
before Judge Templeton.
The Merry tVUow.
Dancing as an art, except in rare
instances, has ceased. What passes
for it is jerky, jumpy and without
grace or refinement. A more or less
rapid, ungainly walk, Bhuffle or run
to music has been quite the accepted
standard for dancing.
Young people seem to enjoy it, be
cause it affords them an opportunity
to move more or less rapidly and have
the companionship of the opposite
sex, but they are blissfully ignorant
of the fact that dancing is an ac
complishment in which every feature
and muscle have their individual re
sponsibility which stiould combine in
making a harmonious whole. Those
who love and admire grace see, how
ever. a promise of better things, for
with the advent of "The Merry
Widow" and the beautiful dancing
which is such a feature in that de
lightful operetta, the entire world
seems to have awakened to the glor
ious possibilities that until now they
had never dreamed of. "The Merry
Widow" coines to Grand Forks on
Saturday, May 8, for matinee and
night.
PERSOMALS
B. Keaveng of Grafton is here.
L. W. Cooper of Inkster is in'the
city.
W. R. Whitbey of Sarles is in the
citjf.
M. Brynjolfson is here from Cava
lier.
B. G. Tenneson is a Fargo visitor in
the city.
R. A. McCauley is here from Pem
bina on business.
G'. F. Leonard of Fargo is registered
in the city.
P. A. Hendrickson of Clifford is a
business visitor today,
J. McLoughlin of Hamilton is in
the city today.
S. W. Wells of Cavalier is here to
day on business.
H. W. Reid of Mayville is in the
city today.
Ben Copperman left this morning
tot Grafton.
James Dinnie was in Fargo Sunday
on business.
M. P. Kimball was here Monday
trom Fargo.
C. D. Lord arrived here Monday ev
ening from Park River.
M. Price of Langdon is spending
the day in Grand Forks.
James Morris was a passenger this
morning for i^akota. He will return
to Grand Forks this evening and
NT
.$10.00
15.00
17.50
20.00
20.00
2.0U
S.Ofl
4.00
5.00
NORTH DAKOTA
To make good pictures requres no intimate knowledge
of photography. Because von have not taken pictures does
not uiean that you cannot. As simplified by the Kodak sys
tem the use of a camera and even the finishing of the pic
tures is at the command of the merest beginner.
The difficulties, the intricacies of the old methods have
been done away with. Dark rooms and glass plates and fo
cusing cloths and apothecaries' scales now have no part in
Kodak photography. Simple apparatus, a few simple rules,
plainly told in the instruction book, make the path to photo
graphic success by the Kodak route an easy one. You can
take the pictures you can finish the pictures if you like or
you may leave it to another to "do the rest."
You may not care to become an ''amateur photograph
er." As a hobby photography may not appeal to you, but
you do want pictures of the things that you are interested
in. And you can easily take them. Anybody can Kodfik.
Ask for Demonstration
continue on his way to his home at
Minneapolis.
S. K. Bartholomew is here from
Drayton on business.
Alex Marshall of Park, Grant ft
Morris, left this morning for Lakota.
Rev. Waller has just returned from
Hamilton, at which place he preach
ed Sunday.
J. B. Elton was a passenger on No.
5 this morning over trie Great Nor
thern.
CHARGES AGAINST NORTH
Secretary Nagel Said to. Have De
manded His Resignation.
Washington, D. C., April 26.—Secre
tary Nagel of the department of com
merce and labor is said to have pre
ferred charges with the president
against Director S. N. D. North of the
census bureau, with a demand for his
removal. The alternative is said to
be the resignation of Mr. Nagel from
the cabinet. Neither at the office of
Mr. Nagel nor at the white house could
confirmation or denial that charges
had been filed be had. Director North
declared he was not aware that
charges had been filed until he read
of them in a New York morning news
paper.
Charges Said to HaTe Been Made.
In substance, the charges against
the census director, which are alleged
to be in the hands of the president,
are:
That he has so far looked to con
gress for his retention in office as to
make recommendations relative to the
administration of the coming census
contrary to the recommendations of
Secretary Nagel, thereby being guilty
of gross insubordination.
That he has knowingly permitted
loose conduct in his bureau.
The latter charge is declared by the
friends of North today to be "mon
strous," while the first allegation is
said to be the result of testimony giv
en by Mr. North oefore the senate
committee on census as a result of his
long experience in his present office,
which proved contrary to Secretary
Nagel's views.
.Reported Result of the Inquiry.
It
IB
declared that Secretary Nagel's
charges were preferred at a recent
cabinet meeting, following a secret in
vestigation of the census bureau. If
such an investigation waB had the fact
that it was "secret" is borne out by
the consternation among Director
North's cloBeBt friends. Secretary
Nagel declined repeatedly today to,
discuss the matter, but when he was
informed that a story had been print
ed about his alleged charges he rush
ed to the white house for a conference
with the president. The president
likewise declined to make any state
ment and it was said disliked the
mere mention of the subject to him.
As the story is being repeated in
Washington today, Director North has
permitted politics and politicians un
due leeway in his bureau. President
Roosevelt, when civil service com
missioner in 1889, discovered condi
tions in the bureau which he vigor
ously opposed unto the end. His veto
of the census bill just before his term
as president expired because civil ser- 1
vice examinations were not provided
for the census office clerks is cited as
proof of this statement.
Nagel Not Sure of Supporr.
Mr. Roosevelt is reported to have
felt that the old spoils system of non
competitive examinations gave the
politicians too great a hold on the bu
reau and its employes. As a result,
congress has before it a new census
bill, eliminating thiB situation, and it
is declared that Secretary Nagel was
not sanguine of Mr. North's sincere
TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1009.
UIs
"SjRiKKiRIFFITH.
Anybody Can Kodak
The coming of spring and summer brings around
vacation time again. Why not keep a record of your
experiences this year? And there is no record like
that made by pictures taken by the kodak. They are
full of pleasant recollections and suggestions.
Studeba er Wagons and Buggies
at Cost
We Are Closing Out That Line
GIBBS GRAIN & FUEL GO.
PHONE flOO GRAND FORKS, N. D.
support of the measure. Coming on
the verge of the thirteenth decennial
census, the reports in Washington to
day have caused a sensation.
Statement by Friend of North.
On behalf of Mr. North one of his
closest friends and advisers gave out
the following statement:
"The firot intimation that Director
of the Census North had that any
charges had been filed against him or
even in contemplation was received by
him when he read a story to that ef
fect in a New York morning paper.
The publication containing the charg
es came without any warning. Neither
Mr. North nor any of his fellow offi
cials had the slightest intimation of
affairs in the census bureau.
"Mr. North has been in public office
a good while and his Washington
friends say that the only reason for
making general and somewhat veilei
charges against the chief of the cen
sus bureau is a desire to get him out
of office in ord6r that some one more
congenial in a political and an official
way to the head of the department of
commerce and labor may be named."
North Newspaper Man in '70'».
S. N. D. North first came to Wash
ington as a newspaper correspondent
in the '70's. Later he was part owner
and editor of a newspaper in jits home
city of Utica, N. Y., and for five yeara
he was editor of the Albany (N. Y.)
Express. Later he issued a bulletin
for the Wool Manufacturers' associa
tion and in 1890 prepared a special
report of the eleventh census on wool.
He was appointed on the industrial
commission by President McKinley
and represented the wool association
in the tariff legislation in the early
'90s. When the Dingley bill was
drawn Mr. North served in a special
capacity with the senate committee
on finance, as a result of which
charges were recently preferred by
Frank P. Bennett, a Boston publisher,
alleging that Mr. North represented
the woolen interests behind the closed
doors of the committee room.
A -part of Mr. North's correspond
ence with William Whitman, president
of the National Association of Wool
Manufacturers, since has been pub
lished and the charge made that North
received $5,000 from the wool men
when his work ended. The charges
were aired before the house commit
tee on ways and means last Decem
ber and dropped because that com
mission was placed in the position of
investigating another commission of a
co-ordinate branch of congress.
Mr. North offered to answer the
charges against him, but was not per
mitted to do, it being understood that
Senator Aldrich, chairman of the sen
ate committee on finance, might make
a statement clearing Mr. North. This
statement has not been made yet. Mr.
North is regarded as an excellent
scholar. His present appointment was
made from Massachusetts, and it is
understood that Senators Crane and
Lodge are his political spokesmen.
International Avenue
Bakery and Grocery
Having recently added a large
•took of Fancy and Staple Grocer
ies to my business, I am now pre
pared to give you the beat In the
market
Oar Bakery Department contains
full line of all kinds of bread
and other delicacies.
GIVE HE TRIAL
A. NELSON, Proprietor*

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