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AGENTS
STORY OF MEXICO NEW EPOCH
making-book thrilling, sensational,
timely, low price sella on Right big
terms sample book free act quick
_li^_tTw}vewalHgui|e. Philadelphia.
ACCOUNTING.
Is your business a paying or losing
proposition? This question can be
answered at a small cost. Grand
Forka^ Accounting Co.. P. O. Box 258.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
C. J. MURPHY T. A, TONER
MURPHY & TONER.'
Attorneys-at-Law.
ARCHITECT
J. W. ROSS & SON
Architects
Third 4b DeMers Grand porks
HAROLD E. WINSLOW. ARCHITECT
307 Wldlund 'Bldg. Grand Forks
W. J. EDWARDS ARCHITECT
Northwestern Block. Tel 2161,. N. W.
AUCTIONEER.
J. M. OXENDER—AUCTIONEER. «S1
No. 4th St.. Grand Forks.
AUTOMOBILES*
DON'T SEND YOUR CAR AWAY TO
be painted before seeing Christianson
& Son at Sims Auto Co.. Grand Forks.
AUTO LIVERY.
STAR MESSENGER BERVICE.
AuCo and Taxi Livery. Prompt service.
Day and night. Careful drivers.
B.BUSCH, Prop N. W. 309, T-S. ST.
SHAVE'S TAXICAB LIVERY
ana baggage: -City d'r long distance.
T-S. 71L 'PHONES N. W. 7I2J.
STRITTZ TAXICAB LIVERY,
03 De Mers. Both Phones 519.
BILLIARDS.
vou
are always welcome at
THE RIVERSIDE POOL ROOM.
Tobacco and Cigars.
DW MT3RS AVE. F. .T. HUMBERT. Prop.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
FOR SALE—LIVERY BARN, WITH
.full equipment,. Including automobile
also dray line In connection: good
location bargain If taken at once.
'For full particular* address Crummy
& Sillers, Calvin. N. D.
BANK STOCK WANTED BY KXPERI
..enced. banker will buy control in a
nn)Ull bank, or would organize wants
vashiershfp correspondence conflden-:
tial. Address CL'ii Times-Herald.
FOR SALE—BARBER SHOP AND POOL
.room snap.for-right man good town
-.band man preferred others write
'. -two railroads. B. JLI. Stary, Conway,
N., I. ..
FOR SALE—AN UP-TO-DATE MEAT
market in a- hustling town. For any
information- write to. Bank .of- Peters
burg, Petersburg, N. D.
GENERAL STORE BUILDING FOR
sale or. rent one other store good
opting: ,Soo .line. Address '626
TlmtSs-Herald.
FOR SALE—THE OLD CITY HALL.
Phone 775-L N. -W,. or see the owner.
CHIROPODISTS
JR.
A
J. C. ANSON CHIROPODIST
Expert on all foot troubles. Corns
removed without pain. Ingrowing
nails and bunions- scientifically
treated.' Clifford Annex. DeMers
avenue. Trl-State 236J. Northwest
ern 1360L.
CHIROPRACTORS.
BAHLKE & BAHLKE
Chiropractors
"Spviggs Block Flat NO. 1.
N. W. 550. Phones T-S. 487
DERMATOLOGIST,
MRS. M. C. PEIRCE
Electrolysis for removing superfluous
hair, moles, warts, etc. Electrolytic
face bleaching, massage and scalp
treatments. Manicuring. Graduate
chiropodist. Distilled water -for sham
nootng. Call or write. Hair Dressing
Department. Third Floor. Ontario Store.
DENTISTS.
L. L. ECKMAN, DENTIST
Suit 201-205 Widlund Block
Both Phones 466J,
DR. S." PAIGE JOHNSON.
Office Over Farmers &'Mechanics Bank
Phone 316 N. W.
DRESSMAKING
FIRST CLASS .TAILORING AND
dressmaking done by Paur and Por
ten at 602 Cherry St. 11.90-L N. W..
Dressmaking promptly and well done.
Mrs. Bruns, 410 Chestnut. N. W. 1395L.
SEWING BY THE DAY".
Northwestern.
WANTED—SEWING
Herald Block.
Tailoring College.
1 1
WEDNESDAY, FEBRU ARY18,191C
PHONE 751
AT ROOM. 42
WANTED^SEWING BY DAY.
X. W.
513-J.'
TUII^IONf-Dressmaking
OBTAIN A THOROIIQH PRACTICAL
knowledge of Dreismakfng and La
$idlM Tailoring at Kalstars Ladles
40S
St.
"ACRE"
South Fourth,
EXCHANGES
IB ACBlB: FIG ORCHARD IK GULF.
sCoast Country of Texas half mile
5 from town:' Sf Alvln want good Im«
Sprovad (arm will divide, into Ave
Caere traetaJf desired all planted and
'bearing a very flne proposition
clear.
A14T
Address Box 263, Grand Forks,
D.
:e.»
•^i::.N»j^.:- TO?eiiAN&»^TWdLOTS
/pn .Dakota 'Ave.,-.' for art" auto
moblje. Brolin. f" Jackson. 306
3t.vr.mu
e6i». e:-»,'ei» ,'« V..i» »,*
FIQR EX:CHANOB^-A GOOD FOUR
famlly flat,, well, located in Mtnneapo
-J1W.. W1II 4xchange for. good* fam
-.ftla^jjs.- Homestead Real Estate Loan
Forks.-^.D.
Cpnfeactoc
"i i4_ iwijmit.
Plants
SiSlnag- aW
Mi ~!t Xl ii?
FARM £AN9S—Continue*.
FARM FOR SALE.
A choice grain and stock farin
containing 890 acres of well
drained land. 27$ to 300 under
plow, the balance pasture and
meadow a lot more can be put
under plow. About one-half
fenced and about 170 acres plowed
and dragged.
IMPROVEMENTS 8 room
house with concrete basement 18
by 26 ft. and 7 ft. high.. Barn 26
by 40. ft. with 16"ft. post room
fovl8 horses, and feed bin.
Ghlckea House 12 by 24- ft. Eggs
all "winter. Blacksmith shop. One
gralftery 16 by 24 ft. lean-to 14
by 24 ft. Gralnery and Machine
House 16 by 24 ft. lean-to 14 by
24. Two Cribs In field to thrash
In. Water, one-well near the
house 17 ft., also deep and-curbed
with sewer pipe, a flowing well
by the barn, splendid water.
Rural Route and telephone. 8|
miles to Grand Forks. Stock, Im
plements. and feed and seed with'
farm if desired. One-third cash
balance to suit purchaser.
Apply
-WILLIAM CHURCHILL.
R. R. No. 2, Grand Forks, N. Dak.
--Phone T-S. Ill Line 35.
STOCK RAISERS—ATTENTION!
hy take -chances on droughts and
abort feed? Clover and blue grass pas
turages can be obtained In Wisconsin,
close to big stock markets, at low
prices plenty ofrainfall, pure water,
rich pastures all season, ideal climate
for stock raising and dairy farming.
Already well settled, and developed So.
Pttul Stock Yards only 60 miles
away we own practically all lands v.e
offer and prices will surprise you have
some Improved farms maps and relia
ble information free. Baker 113 St.
Croix Falls, Wis.
FARM FOR RENT—GOOD SECTION
farm to rent for. term of years in
Cavalier county. North Dakota, near
Clyde. Good buildings, water and
pasture. On rural mall route and tel
ephone line. Good -roads and neigh
borhood,'Seven miles to Clyde. Party
'. must furnish 12 head of .horses,-farm
machinery, and-feed. |S0«-.to 1800
cash down, Easier terms to'man with
iamlly of.boys. C. P. GetclVell, Wales,
N. Dak.
FOR SALE—820 GOOD LAND NEAR
Glasgow, Mont. (800.00 worth of
improvement on it all fenced In and
80 acres cultivated plenty good
water on It joining is a 320 claim
that can .be flled on as a homestead
the price |s $4,500.00 $2,500.00 cash,
balance on time. Correspond with
Gus? Neils, Nashua, Mont.
40 ACRES OR MORE OF GOOD FRUIT
land near Sacramento, Cal., capital
of state. 70,000 people, to exchange
for Improved city property or good
farm lands. Address J. F. Snesrud.
006 New York Life Bldg., Minneapolis.
FOR SALE—160 ACRE LAND MILE
from Cbulee, N. D. make me an of
fer. Address R. A. Warren, Fillmore,
N. D.
FOR SALE—HALF SECTION. MILE
out, eighty acres summer fallowed
price, .right.. Address Box 165. Ham-
FEED AND GRAIN.
MAG DOUGALL FEED COSi *18 KITT
rotipOniri ywkr: both-phon»» 3«5L.
FOR SALE—FURNITURE
NORTHWESTERN FURNITURE CO.
All second-hand goods bought and sold:
Upholstering Repairing Packing.
.Feathars and -Mattresses Renovatad.
ROTH PHONES 211L. 208 S: Third.
FOR SALE—BRAND NEW SIX HOLE
steel range, water front warming
closet, 40 per cent cheaper than home
price. Easy terms. N. W. phone 1621L.
CASH PAID FOR SECOND HAND
stoves arid- furniture Phone 680 and
ask for JfcKenile. 137 S. Third St.
FURRIERS
SEND YOUR FURS TO BE REMOD
eled or repaired to S. Friedman, the
furrier. 12 8. Fourth St.
HAIR DRESSING
MR& STEWART'S "HAIRDRESSINrs
Parlor. Odd Fellows Blk., N. W. 958L.
HATTERS.
HATS ALL KINDS. CLEANED
..blocked like new.. Wilson, Hotel Da
'. cotah.
WE MAKE TOUR OLD HATS NEW
again. S. Friedman, 12 S. Fourth St.
HELP—FEMALE.
ANY YOUNG WOMAN IN NEED OF
a friendly -hand will -And It at the
Young Women's Christian Associa
tion at 414i DeMers avenue, Orarid
Forks, N D.- Board, lodging, travel
er's aid, employment bureau, gynu
naslum,'baths, toilet,-rest room, par
lor, etc.," available.
WANTED—HOUSEKEEPER MUST BE
able to milk two cows best wages
for the right woman. Apply 627
Tlintes. Herald.
GIRLS WANTED McDOWELL
school of dressmaking. Write for
terms. 102J Cottonwood, Grand
's. ?mB-
WANTED—^A GOOD COOK FOR SMALL
hotel.-. Phone, or write "American
Hotel,". Drayton, N. D. Box.114
WANTEDr-1 FIRST AND SECOND
cookM dining room girl at once. Peri
droy Hotel, Towner, N. D.
WANTED—COMPETENT OIRL FOR
general -housework good wages.
Phone- 588 N. W.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Mrs. 'A V." Hunstlger, 323
iNorth «th St.
.WASCTin^rGIRLS TOR THE BOARD
lng department. Aaker's Business
Colli
lege.
WANTED—TOUNG GtRL OR STUDENT
to watt table for board. Hall Hotel.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Apply 181 Reeves.
A
GIRL
WANTED—CALL
HELP—MALE
LOCAL' REPRESENTATIVJ} WANTED
—Splendid Income assured-rlirht man
to act as our representative after
learning our business thoroughly by
mall former axyerienee unnecessary
all we require Is honesty, ability, am
bition una Willingness to learn a lu
crative business no -.soliciting or
traveling all or spare'ttirie only] this
Is an exceptional opportunity for a
man In your section to gat Into a big
paying business, without capital, and
become independent for llfe.^ Wrlte
At once for full particulars. National
Co-Operatlve Realty Company. 112f
larden Building, W»ahlngton, D. C.
WANTED—FIRST
CLASS AtlTOlio-
ualr.man.forseaspn for North
garage, write-John Chrt«
j. Rolette. D.
Dakota
tlanson
W^TBD^FTBAUT*A'H~ AKD SIDELINE
salesmen to sell new patent- to mar-
'kf**
HOUSES FOR RENT.
WATCH GRAND FORKS GROW.
For Rent.
145—Furnished 9 room, all modern
house South 6th St.
16.0—9 room, all modern house, South
4th St.
|S0r—9 room, all modern house. So. 4th
St.
.125—8 room, all modern house, So.-3rd
st-
|25—8 room house, all modern.but heat,
No. 4th St.
tso—7 room house, all modern but heat,
4 th Ave.
8—.4 TOtrm house on'No. 4th St.
•30—7 room house ail modern but lieat.
Walnut St.
110—4 room cottage on So. 3rd St.
$15—Small, all modern store, Kittson
Ave.
|85—All msdern store on So. 3rd St.
120—Two rooms In Kelsey Block.
|10—Office room on No. 6th St.
For 8ale.
$1,000—Furniture and fixtures In best
hotel In good town In North!
Dakota doing a paying busi
ness easy terms thirty beds. I
A. H. KELSEY
elsey Block.
SALESMEN—SALARY OR COMMISSION
Advertising specialties some exclu
sive ideas, patented, manufactured
and sold by us only. Wilson-Hurd
Co., Wausau, Wisconsin.
GRAND FORKS RAILWAY MAIL Ex
aminations soon $75.00 month sam
ple questions free. Franklin Instl.
tute.• Dept. 302-K. Rochester N.. Y.
FOR RENT—5 ROOM-COTTAGE: GA8.
-electric light, sower newly finished.
Inquire 612 Griggs Ave. or-phone' 835
N. W. ....
FOR RENT, SALE OR TRADE—NEW
••bungalow Riverside Park lot 70x150
O. JY Barnes Co.
FOR RENT—SIX ROOMS STRICTLY
modem house. -704 N: 6th St., Phone
T-S. 881-J.
FOR RENT—FRONT FLATS RPRIGGS
.. block."- Inquire at Sprlggs Broa. of
•flei.
-TOR RENT—-6 ROOM COTTAGE^ 512
Second Ave. Inquire 122 Walnut-,.-'
FOR RENT—HOUSES. E. A. FLAD
land. 55L Trl-State. 662. N. W.
FOR RENT—6 ROOM MODERN FLAT
city heat. Telephone Trl-State 177L.
FOR RENT—FIVE ROOM FURNISHED
house. .-Inquire 321 Walnut..
FOR RENT:—TEN ROOM FURNISHED
.house:.. .33 either phone.
HOTELS.
Family' European Transient
Finest Cafe In Northwest
HOTEL DACOTAH
Commercial Headquarters,
Rooms $1.00 Up. Recently Improved
European THE COLUMBIA European
Finest and Busiest Popuar
Priced Cafe in the Northwest
ROOMS SOc UP. EAT AT OUR CAFE.
HIDES AND FURS
SHIP YOUR HIDES AND FURS
TO GINSBERG'BROS.
Will pay 11 to 12 cents per lb. for
-frozen hides 10 cents per lb. for
bulls and oxen, and 12.00 for No.
1 and 2 skunk hides all othet* furs
at market values. These offers are
.good for all February shlpmentts.
Write for shipping tags.
GINSBERG BROS. Grand Forks, N D.
INSURANCE
GEO. F. RICH, DI8T. MGR.
The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of N.
First National Bank Blk.
KODAK FINISHING
HAVE YOUR FINISHING DONE AT
the Acme Studio. 115 North Third.
LIVESTOCK
FOR SALE^-TWO REGISTERED PER1
clieron Stallions, 3 and 4 years old
color, gray,- at the Great Northern
Stock Farm. J. H. May, Prop., Larl.
more, N. D.
FOR SALE—TEAM OF HORSES, HAR
ness and. light wagon price 875.00
cash. Trl-State 436-J 1310 Dell Ave.
FOR SALE—A FEW HOLSTEIN BULL
.. calvfcs from our best-milking .cows.
J. D. Bacon, Grand Forks.
FOR SALE BARRED PLYMOUTH
Rock Cockerels. Call N. W. 15S3-2.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST—BLACK LEATHER HAND
bag between G. N. Depot and 4th
street on DeMers ave. contained $8
in paper money, gold watch, foun
tain pen and card, Miss Sylvia
Smith. Return to Times-Herald for
reward.
LOST—BETWEEN 608 BEI^MONT AND
Hotel Northern pair ladles black kid
gloves, new. Finder please hotlfy
Mrs. T. B. Elton. 608 Belmont.
LOST—BUNCH OF-KEYS NEAR COR
ner of Gertrude ave. and 6th st. Flnd
er return to Times-Herald office.
7 irOTS FOR SALE
FOR SALE—4 LOTS IN WlLLMAR
Addition for cafh. Write Post Of
flee gpx 886, East Grand Forks.
Miscellaneous—FOR SALE
?Ol£ SALE^ilAVB 64 SHARES NORTH
western- Underwriters Association.
CO Shares Northern Fir* A Marine.
Ins. Co., $1060.00 encumbrance. This
.stock to worth 11600.00 and going up.
Make -ms -boet «Mh offer for my
S^n5£^5SS:l8t-
|»3 EITHER,
THE EVENING TIMES. GRAND FORKS, N. D.
Phone 500 WILL GET THE RESULTS YOU ARE LOOKING FOR
PHYSICIANS AND
SURGEONS
W. H. Wltherstlne W. c. Wilson
ORB. WITHKRSTINE AND WILSON
Physicians and Surgeons
Offices Over 30 south Third Street
DR. J. O. ARNBBERG,
Ear,
Over China
^,No"?Tn'dTOi^18*
i* Hall. Grand Forks. N. V,
BRa Wnwg^^AMPBBLL
Phrslcians and Surgeon*
Over Tropanler Pharmacy
Orand f:o&a!*%offhC^akota
DR. S. CRAKE, SPECIALIST
Bar. Eye Nose and Throat
Ovw. Trepanler Pharmacy
DR. O. J. GISLASON
SWHUalist
Bar. By* fttfse and Threat
leare Block. Over Lion Drug Star*
DR. JOHN D. TAVI^JH
Physician and Surgeon
CMRee Over first National Bank
Dfl EKBRN it MARSDBN
Ear. Ey^Vdi£ ai"d Throat
Platky Bldg. Grand Forte*
DR. H. HE
ALT
Phirelclan and Surgeon
Pica First National Bank Bldg.
DR. ALFRED DEAN
Physician'(ktid Surgeon
Offices Orer lilon Drug Stora
DRS, SOGERS & BENTZEN
Third St, OrerTBenner 4 Beg*
Deparwant Store
DR. F. JB^SIURPHY
OBlce Oyar..D^otah Pharmaejr
Both y»Onea 459
DR. 8. a TVOUT AT
1 Surgeon
BothPhopesM
Office S!1^5S8^d»8^n
H. W. P. tAW. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Improvement Biegk. Orand Forke
ROOMS FOR RENT.
FOR. HENT—TWO NEWLY FUR
niahed rooms.-lrt all modern house.
CallV40j
Ave.
11:
AWreM
T.-S: or 521 University
FOR RENT NICELV FURNISHED
rooms all moc(eri) conveniences one
block from fS$X. Ilpe
1101
First Ave.
No-:
FOR SALE—SECOND HAND R-8 Mo
torcycle In good running condition,
,£60*00. Address Box 1?08 University,
FOR 8ALE—TERRITORY FOR -THE
Watklns Medical Co. For full parti,
culars write Times-Herald.
POR SALE—SOME STORE 8HELVING
Inquire W. G. McDonald, Care Nash
Bros.
MONUMENTAL WORKS
MONUMENTS
W. R. Jack.
MARKERS VAULTS
Grand Forks. N.' D.
OPTICIAN
THOMASPORTS
Optometrist and Op ft
:lclan
I rand Forks.
18 North Fourth 8treit. Gr
OSTEOPATHS.
DRS. ORR AND MAY SANDERS
Suite ^seumy^Block
aotll PhoMf MX. Fortm.
Belmont
Ave. .,
FOR RENT—TW&., STEAM HEATED
sleeping roomsrZuelsdorr block. In
quire First Nittoftal Bank.
FOR RENT—-PJjSNISHED LIGHT
housekeeping jrnoms open March 7.
210 Chestnut
FOR RENT i-fWo 1'NFURNISHED
rooms for liglirf hotisekeoping close
In. Call-8^1' N. W.
FOR RENT—FURNISMI:D OR UNFUR
nished downstairs, 4 rooms, all mod
ern, call 501L Trl-State.
FOR RENT NICELY
roijin ln modern house.
FURNISHED
502 Belmont.
ROOMS. CENTRAL HOTEL. $1.00
week. Llzsle N. White. Prop owner.
FOR RENT—MO]
room. |l8 Wall
FOR RENTfrFl'...
netting mbdarn
phone.
FURNISHED
•L Trl-State.
FOR RENT—MODERN FURNISHED
rooms. .306 Sonth Fourth.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT AT NO.
9, Dinnle Blk., 3rd St.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED PLEASANT
room. 204 No. 6th St.
FOR RENT—DOUBLE
.: modern.' 117 Walnut.
ROOM ALL
ROOM WITH BOARD OFFERED AT
Rent—Miscellaneous
FOR RENT—TWO STORE BUILDINGS
on Do Mers Avo. Inquire Sullivan
Bros. 308 Do Mers Ave.. East Grand
Forks.
OFFICES FOR RENT—SEE A. WID
lund. room 304 Widlund Building.
SEED GRAINS
bURAM WHEAT, OATS, AND BARLEY
qeeds. Phone T. 8. 288J.
SEWING MACHINES
FOR THE BEST SEWING MACHINES
SHOE REPAIRING
SHOE REPAIRING—WE PAY PARCEL
one wa
Hospital.
SHOE
Times-Herald.
WANTED SITUATION AS HOUSE
keeper on a farm: one child. Address
694 Times-Herald.
WANTED—SITUATION ON MONDAYS
by Unlversltv student,. Address 620
Times-Herald.
kota-
Including the New Home, Standard and amount of the bid, in conformity with
the Domestic, and everything in sewing 'he provisions of section 2782 of the
machine appliances, go to O. Young's 15tT*"ed Codes of the state of North
Piano and Music Stora. 131 S. Third St.
r)a
REPAIR SHOP
For Neat and Good Work. 415 DeMers
SITUATIONS WANTED
POSITION WANTED IN MINNESOTA
or North Dakota by'clerk experienced
In groceries and clothing A-l refer
ences. .Address Box 15-A, Route 5,
Cropkston, Minn.
WANTED SITUATION IN SOME
Country Bank: have taken a course
1H -bookkeeping: age 22 all I want
is a chance. Address-Box 22, Kamp.
ton, N. D.
WANTED—POSITION ON FARM OR'
as blacksmith. lOxperlehced In all
kinds of farm work. Address 628
WANTED—TO QO OUT WASHING AND
work by the day. Phone Trl-8tste Orend Pork* ai}d DevRS
i44«rX 1 wown Diiota.
SODA FOUNTAIN
WHEN TOU WANT A .DRINK
Think, of
F. KNIPPLING 4b S. SELON'S
Soda ypuntaln.^__^_gtj| DaMers.
STORAGE
irOltAOlB IN FIRE PROOF BDlimNft
Panovlts Fnrnltiira and Carpet Ce.
TRANSFERS
STw. DAT MAKES A SPECIALTY OF
handlinv heavy frslaht, household
feeds, pianos, safe* a ray
age. Large
storage warehouse In connection.
Phone N. W. 887: T. ft «»T-L.
TAILORS
THE CHICAGO LADIES TAILOR^
AND DRT CLEANING' SHOP
tl*S-»rd. Phones: T-S.' 7HL—N.W. «1«
UNDERTAKER
mn«M7
•&OESL
a
li.%
^4/
"C 'X
LD WANTS
WANTED TO BUY
WANTED—CLEAN RAG8 FREE FROM
button* and hooks, at the TImes*Hsr
•Id.
WOOD AND COAL.
GRAND FORKS FUEL CO.
Dealer In
ALL KINDS OF FUEL.
Weighed on the city's scale.
137 S. THIRD PHONES 47SJ.
LEGAL NOTICES
N.W. 383L and Kt T-S 43TL and X. "OTIC! Or mciJU. ElBCTTO*.
DR. A. A. WBSTEEN. SPECIALIST
E a
Wldlund Block. Grand Forks
elty
Notice is hereby given to the quali
fied electors of the elty of Grand Forks,
North Dakota, that on Monday, March
2, 1914, from the hours of 3 o'clock a.
m.. continuously until 5 o'clock p. m.
on said day, there will be held. In the
several .election precincts in said city,
a' special election for the purpose of
submitting to the quallfled electors of
said city, the following questions to be
voted upon by the qualified electors of
said city
V. Fer elty charter under com-
nr.„_
whether or not the city of Grand Forks
shall adopt the commission plan of gov- JUgn
arnment and become Incorporated un- Low
«er the provisions of Chapter 77 of the Close
lawa of North Dakota for the year 1911
and acts amendatory thereto, and in
pursuance with a resolution duly pass
ed and adopted by the city council of
said elty on February t. 1914, directing Close
the mayor of »atd city to call a special
election to be held on Monday. March
t. 1914, submitting aforesaid proposl.
tion to the qualified electors of said
Open
Close
This foiowlng places are the places Close
designated as the voting or polling
places for said election:
First Ward—City filter plant.
Becond_Ward—Arlington Park hotel.!
Third Ward—Fourth street fire hall. I .l?0,"
Fourth Ward—Old Citj- hall. Third HiKli
St. and International avenue. Low
Fifth Ward—First precinct, Interna- Close
tional Ave. fire hall.
Fifth Ward—Second precinct, 1215 I
Cheyenne avenue.
Sixth Ward—First precinct, 413
Grlgge Ave.. Open
Sixth Ward—Second precinct, 53 High
North Eighth St.
Dated at Grand Forks, North Dakota. Calls, May 92l-i
this 3rd day of February, 1914.
M. F. Murphy.
Attest: Mayer.
Chaa. J. Evanson,
City Auditor.
(Seal)
(Feb. I to 2$.)
BIDS FOB. SKWKIL COXSTRUC'TIOX.
Notice is hereby given that until 4
clock p. m. Monday, March 2. 1914,
bids for the construction ot a lateral
sewer and all appurtcnances. upon a
basis of a cash payment, for the work
and material to bo performed and fur
nished will be received for a lateral
sewer, being Lateral Sewer No. 14, Sew
er District No. 4, in the following de
scribed, streets and alleys In the-city
of ._Gta.nd Fprksv North Dakota:...-,,
On Almonte, uuclid. Plum and Boule
vard avenues and in alleys between
Lanark and Pakenham, and Lanark and
Almonte avenues. Bids will be received
for the following kinds of sewer Vit
rified clay pipe.
The following is the city engineer's
estimate of material needed:
610 feet 12" sewer pipe.
1170 feet 10" sewer pipe.
3480 feet 8" sewer pipe.
180 feet 8" sewer C. B. pipe.
9 manholes.
catch basins.
1 lamp hole.
Work to be entirely completed on or
before July 1, 1914, according to plans
and specifications for all of such sewer
on file in the office of the city auditor
of said city and may there be seen and
examined. Bids will be received for the
whole of the amount of sewer, for any
and all of the kinds of sewer above
specified, and each bidder shall state
the amount per lineal foot for which
he will complete the whole thereof.
The bids must strictly conform to the
notice of bidders on file in the office
of the city auditor and bidding blanks
will be furnished by the city engineer
in connection with said plans and spec
ifications. Each bid must be accom
panied by a certified check in the sum
of |500, endorsed or made payable to
the mayor of said city, as a guarantee
that the successful bidder will enter
Into contract for said work In case the
same is awarded to him. Each bid shall
also be accompanied by a bond running
to the city of Grand Forks, North Da-
„a P61,1®' ?um equal to the
A k,?t?:,fs amended.
I All bids shall be securely sealed, not
to be opened without breaking the seal
thereof, and shall be addressed to the
city auditor of the city of Grand Forks.
North Dakota, and shall have marked
pMt CUrfw one way. Sand for jprlca U1® i]iere(l? "Bid for l.ateral
r. Medsen-Thoia- Sewer_ I\o. 14, Dist. No. 4." The suc
11st. Shoa
son Co.
GRAND FORKS
cessful bidder will be required to give
panying^lie'^ids'as'areVenuTred bvlaw iBoes,
Done by order of the city council,
this 3rd day of February, A. D. 1914.
Chas
J.
Cvjtel. Bismarck, North Dakota,
until (2) two o'clock p. M. Wednesday!
February 26. 1J14. for the erection of a
Mess Hall and Range House on the
wood Reservation I
near Devils Lake, North Dakota.
Plans, specifications, blank form tff
Pf°P08*l. contract aujTeonican be seen
at jjie Builders and Traders^ Efcchan^es
Tile right is reserve4 to reject may
proposals or any part of any pro-
I. .A. BERG,
FRANK I* ANDERS,
UBt
Engineer for "Armory Board,"
Fsby.ll-lg.
OPPOSE SUFFRAGE
Germnns Will Flgtit Hut Amendment
aud Vise Initiative.
Wlshek, N. D.. Feb. 18.—The Ger
man-American Bunde of Logan and
Mcintosh counties will open a new
fight for the adoption of the initiative
and referendum in North Dakota.
In supporting the principle, the
Bunde believes ttie way will be opened
for a vote on the prohibition law,
against which there is almost unani
mous. sentlihent among the members
of the order,
The Bunde' also placed itself on
record as opposed to woman suffrage,
and members of'the order throughout
the state will be enlisted in the flsht
against constitutional amendments,
propositi* suffrage,- which will be vot
ed upon at the next genera) election.
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Market Quotations.
I Market quotations furnished by C.
IE. Lewis & Co.
Open
High
I.40W
In nursuance with a petition of the
quallfled eleotors of the city of Grand ('lose
{Forks. North Dakota, duly filed and
iacted upon by the city council of said I
city, asking that a special election be
called, submitting the question as to'
CHICAGO OATS.
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ST. LOUIS.
May. July. Sept.
8 6
KANSAS CITY.
May. July.
Sept.
.84*
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XKW YOKK.
May. July.
..l.O^i
Close
1
!.
slon system of government
Against city charter tinder t'Pen
commission system of gov- I 11 High
ernment I i: l,o\v
Sept.
WINNIPEG.
May. July.
.93g~i ,94i
-. .931-S 94 3-S
Open
Close
Oct.
.aui
CHICAGO
ronv.
May.
•fifig-i
July.
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Sep).
6
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July.
"95
No. 1 hard
Xo. 1 northern
Arrive
Choice
No. 2 northern .,
Arrive 2 H. Mont
No. northern
-Vo. 1 durum
Arrive
No. 2 durum
No. 3 yellow corn
Xo. 4 corn
Xo. :i white oats
No. oats
Barley, fancy
Barley, good
Barley, poor
Flax and arrive
Rye and arrive
S«?pl.
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CHICAGO rORK.
May.
21.77
T,0V
Seventh Ward—634 Cottonwood St.
The polls at such polling places shall
be continuously kept open from I
o'clock a. m. to 6 o'clock p. m. on said M1NNKAPOI.IS W1UC.VT.
election day and no longer. Puts. May 9lj-g.
DULUTH FLAX.
May.
No. 3 oats 34
Oats, July
Oata, May
Flax, May
Flax, July
BROOMHALL
are in
Evanson,
City Auditor.
(Feb. 4-11-18.)
ttOTOCE TO CONTRACTORS.
..Scaled proposals w,lll be received by
""•AdJut'nt General. North Dakota
National Guard, at fats office In the
July,
Open 1.55}
Close 1.55}
.57|
WINNIPEG CLOSE.
Xo. 1 northern
No. 2 northern
Xo. 3 northern .. I
Xo. 4 northern
No. 5 northern
No. 6 northern
Feed c::
Xo. 2 oats
.90}
ss 4
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8 2
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.1.3$
CABLES.
Liverpool—The strength in Amer
ica and firmness in Winnipeg yester
day and last night, heavy cargoes
sales with few Manitoba and plate
offers, stimulated shorts to cover and
also encouraged speculative support
which has recently been more promi
nent and opening values were 1-8 to
3-8 higher with March leading .Car-
^°?d
at the time of the execution of continent absorbing and Russia offers
.. the
contract. All bidders are required to
state the rate of interest the warrants
will bear that are to be Issued in pay
ment of said work, not to exceed 6 per
cent per anuum. and such warrants
shall be accepted by the bidder at par
in payment of said work. The cltv
council reserves the right to reject anv
or all bids.
1ernand
with the
are very firm and being taken quick
ly. During the day there was some
profit taking and prices declined 1-S.
World's shipments arc again expected
to be liberal and the highly favorable
outlook for American winter wheat
is tending to hold speculation in abey
ance. At 1:30 p. m. the undertone
was steady unchanged to 1-4 higher.
Corn opened unchanged and later
advanced 1-4 with undertone firm.
Strength in America and Buenos Aires
helped the advance. At 1:40 p. m.
market was 1-4 up.
CLOSING CABLES.
Antwerp wheat. 11-4 higher.
Berlin wheat, 1-2 higher.
Budapest wheat, 3-4 lower.
RANGE OF PRICES.
Yesterday's Quotations as Reported
By the Associated Frew.
Cattle.
South St. Paul, Feb. 17—Cattle,
2,900 killers, steady to weak. Steers.
)S.7S®8.40 cows and heifers.' $4.50
@7.25: calves, 25c higher, $4,500
9.50 (cede, weake to -0c lower, 14.50
7.25.
Chicago, Feb. 1".—Cattle, receipts.
4,000 generally steady feeders low
er: beeves, |7 9.SS Texas steers.
[email protected] western steers, |[email protected]
stockers and feeders, $5.5097.85:
cows and heifers, |[email protected] calves,
7.50 @10.60.
Hogs.
South St. Paul, Feb. 17.—Receipts.
5,700 5c higher range, (8.2008.45
bulk, $8.85 @8.40.
Chicago, Feb. 17.—Hogs, receipte,
20,000 5 cents higher close, weak
light, 18.50 8.72 mixed, 8.45#
8.72 heavy. $8.30 @8.70 rough.
8.3098.45 pigs. *[email protected] bulk of
sales, (8.55 @8.70.
Sheep.
South St. Paul, Feb. 17.—Sheep, re*
ceipts, 8,300,- steady to 15c lower:
lambs, (5.75 ©7.25 wethers,
(3-756
5.50 ewes, (S.50ft5.
Chicago, Feb. 17.—Sheep, receipt*
20.000: ateady to shade higher na
tive, (4.7006 western, (4.70 H|(:
yearlings. (5.S5 9 7 lambs, native,
(6.7507.70 western. M.75 0 7.7f.
PAGE SEVEN."
A
&
PENNY
WORD
DAY
,r:i.
WHEAT MARKET
RULED EASB
1
Closing Quotations Down
Today—Liverpool Cables
Practically Unchanged-
Minneapolis, F'eb. IS.—The wheat
market has ruled easier today Clos
ing quotations were 5-8c lower than
yesterday. May wheat sold at 92 3-8
during the early part ot° the session
and afterwards declined to »1 3-*©
T-S, closing on the low point of the
•lay. The Liverpool market did not
follow our advance ot' yesterday and
their cloKing figures were unchanged
to 1-4 higher than the previous day.
Clearances of wheat and flottr
equalled 390,000 bushels, of thlR
amount 153,000 bushels was bonded
wheat.. Antwerp Wheat was strong
ami 1 J-4 higher. Berlin wheat 1-3
higher. Budapest easier and 3-4c
lower. ^Receipts in Minneapolis today
"'ere 270 cars of wheat compared
with 16" cars a. year aso. Winnipeg
today had SO cars of wheat compared
with 40$ a year ago. Chicago May
wheat closed at »4 :i-8 1-4 igl3-K
lower. July wheat S9 3-8 or 1-8 (g 1-1
lower.
CARS RECEIVED.
Chicago.
Wheat
:Corn
July. |°als
2 1 8 2
21.70
21.70
2 1 8 2
21.80
SITXNFAPOLIS CASH V'WEAT.
I
938
92S er f4)|
92J @93|
.943
[email protected]»
ni'T.I/'TH CAHR Ct,n««s.
No. I hard saj
Xo. 1 northern 92
Xo. 2 northern 91
Oats, cash [email protected] :7j[
Rye 56
Barley @,sg
Xo. 1 durum 92
Xo. 2 durum 90
July, durum 94J
May durum .923
Flax, cash on track.... 1.54
Wheat
Flux
[email protected]
.st S9J
90S Ji- 91
.90i«f91
.88} @8:)
57 (Ji 57£
.55 W 5
6
.:56}@: 7
3 4 5 4
.62 @K4
.54 @62
.44 @54
.. 1 53 1. 55}
.55}®36|
Wheu
Barley
Flax
Tear
Today. Com. Katd. Ago.
120 97 121 77
M79
4
7 7 637
128 20 i27 --20a
iniii|og.
Wheat
Oats
Ha rley
I'lax
Today. W'kk Ago. Ago.
80 o4 40X
3S 29 120
4
i- 8 as
Dtilulli.
Today. Year Ago.
4
Minneapolis v
Today. Year Ago.
270 160
5°6 6S
43 2»
LIVERPOOL.
Opening, wheat 1-S to 3-8 higher.
Corn unchanged.
1:30 p. ni.. wheat unchanged to 1-4
higher. Corn 1-4 higher.
1 3:18 p. m.. wheat 1-4 to 3-8 higher.
Corn 1-4 higher.
Close, wheat unchanged to 1-4
higher. Corn 1-4 to 2-8 higher.
CLEARANCES.
Wheat 259.000 bushels.
Flour, including 155.000
wheat.
Flour 29.000 bushels.
Equals 390.000 bushels.
Corn, 26,000 bushels.
Oats, 7,000 bushels.
SOtTHWEST
bonded
7
RECEIPTS.
Today, year Ago.
!St. Louis 5,000 113,000
'Kansas City 53.000 59,000
MARKET GOSSIP.
Chicago Inter Ocean says: Wheat
bulls said last night that they expect
ed higher prices based on the cash
demand, strong northwestern situa
tion and prospects of a steady reduc
tion in stocks from now on. They be
lieve that the strong merchandising
situation warrants the maintenance
of present prices and with the crop
damage season near at hand, they
think there will be enough outside
help to carry prices higher after every
little setback.
Corn traders were mixed. It was
said that the short interest among
local traders has been reduced and
that good buying will be necessary to
sustain the bulge of yesterday. Bulla
said they expert an improvement in
the cash demand. Cash sales wheat
175,000 bushels, corn 100,000 bush
i:ls. oats 170,000 lmshels.
Export sales in alt positions aggre
gated 400,**00 bushels.
Minneapolis: County elevators ot
the northwest are selling freely of
their country sucks to local mills E
understand the millers here havn
bought 500,000 bushels hard winter
wheat to come here. C. K. Lewis.
Kartlet! I'razier: The immediate
course of \vhe:i:. market depends
largely upon export demand but later
on m|) prosper*is
\v!lt
1 »o ihe govern
ing pr!oj» factor.
l.arnson Hros. advise against
following :he sharp advances,
Updyke Commission Co. Doubt til a
advisabil:t-
ot'
buying- on such ad-
Ivances as wr have had until the mar
ket has broadened out more.
Grand Forks Markets
$
41
February is.
Wheat.
1 .'so. 1 northern
1 No. northern
I Xo. 3 northern
I Xo. 4 northern
1 Rejected
.Vo sra-Je ..
No. 1
No. 2
Rejected ..
No grade
S4
S3
.... .81
75
.... .72
.«#
Barley.
145 Vb bright
143 lb bright
41 It) bright
37 lb bright
.... .39
36
....: .34
.... .31
Rye.
No. 3 white
No. 4 white
Rejected ..
No grade
•. .49
Oats.
.... .SS
.27
....
Flu.
SS
.a..,
...(1.42
.... 1.39
.... 1.S4
.... 1.SS
Cash prices paid to producers at
Grand Forks.
Vegetables.
White potatoes, per bushel ,S .SS
Early Ohio potatoes, per bushel..59
Onions, per cwt. J.26
Cabbage, per cwt i.7j
Beets, per cwt ,89
Carrots, per cwL,
Rutabagas, pen€wt 1.09
Bar.
Timothy, per ton
Vresh eggs, per do*. ....
(11.09
Upland, per ton (.99
Midland, per ton j,M
Pim-S PonMrr.
No. 1.turkeys, per lb
s-
No. ducks, per lh....r ..^.la
N 1
Chickens, per lb_^. '... ,i|

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