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*«isifs ..Si PAGE EIGHT.. '*V il i^wi •••H 'r v? ct XC to le tii 81 re ti ai l€ ft o) i»' fl e: ai ir 111 'w^y vvv?r r:'' V.'i MACD0NALD1S BACK IN STATE Reported That He will Cam '. paign Against Minnie J. Nielson. Bismarck, June 9.—Neil C. Mac donald, former superintendent pf public Instruction and employe of the state board of administration at the same salary after he was defeated for office, is reported to bo back in the state. Mr. M&cdonald is supposed to have been attending a university in Chicago since he left the capitol. It ported that he will actively campaign against Miss Minnie Nielson, who is a candidate for the office of state su perintendent to succeed herself. MEKINOCK FAMILY GIVEN FAREWELL schools. Rev. Ness in his talk voicei the ap preciation of the audience of the good work done by the Quenrud family during their residence of twelve years in this locality. Mr. Burtness spoke a word of encouragement to the fam ily, telling them that he himself h'ad always found moves into newer local ities made for the better. Mr. Wright spoke for the Honeyford people, ex pressing regret at the loss of valuable citizens. Music and songs were also features of the program. A purse of $145 was given as a farewell present. Mr. Quenrud has served' as fore man for the Northern Pacific at Mek inock and at Honeyford during the entire time of his residence hero. HALL AND STUTSMAN BEGIN SPEAKING TOUR IN SLOPE COUNTIES Bismarck. June fl.—Thomas Hall. anti-Townloy candidate for secretary of state to succeed himself, and AV. H. Stutsman of Mandan. candidate for railroad commissioner, left today for a speaking tour through several counties. They will speak at three places in Bowman cotinty tomorrow, in Adams county on June ]1. in Sioux county on June 12. and on Sunday. June in, will attend an American Legion picnic of posts of Punn, Oliver. Mercer and McLean counties at Painted Woods I^ake. to which they were invited. On June 14 they will visit McLean county and will be in Sheridan coun ty on tMe following day. Both Mr. Hall and Mr. Stutsman will be con stantly engaged in the campaign until the primary. Bismarck Doctor Named For Board Of Health Bismarck, .Tune 9.—Dr. J. A. Hal gr^n of Bismarck, has been appointed by Governor Frazier to be a member of t.he state board of health. He as sumes the vice presidency, succeeding rr. H. fl. Cooperman of Minto, who resigned to do post-graduate work in the east. Dr. Halgren's term will ex pire in April. 1021. DR. JOHN G. BRUNDIN DENTIST Northwestern National Bank Bafldiac N. W. 718 Grand Forks. N. BLACK'S ICE CREAM •na a roos so* a ru OBT CISAanO, FSZSSIKQ AHD BSPAmsO Seasonable Prlcaa Send Tour Package Parcel Post Fine Hemstitching on all Materials GRAND FORKS DYE HOUSE 317 xtttson AT*. PhtM 798W -DENTISTS- ORS. BAASEN, BENSON, AND HANSON Or. Baawen specializes In Pyorrhea Salt* 12, ImproTement Blk. Phone S4S LMtH'S •V- W •"fi ^1 tf1 BMfL NMTRE&N $&D0 •a^nap CA«r^TEtRIA WEELS^PROP. Bon^ooxno iNaiionaEBank. ."INTEREST PAID on /.v.* Deposit Boms: Vetf BANTRY FARMER USES HIS ROLLER TO KILL HOPPERS Bantry, K. D.. June #.—Her man Schilling, a farmer near here, in an effort to kill off his crop of young gnudioppen, rtn a heavy roller over his land. Most of the ha by hoppers arc still.frail and can hop bnt feebly, to countless numbers were crush ed by the roller. Mr. Schilling considers the experiment well worth the effort. DEMOBILIZATION OF SERVICE FLAG AT ALUMNI MEET The demobilization of the univer- I sity service flag will be a feature of „J the annual Alumni association meet ing and dinner at the university on Mekinock, N. D., June 9.—A fare well social for Olaf Quenrud and fam ily was held at the chapel buildinsr here on Tuesday evening. A large number of friends and neighbors °f the university alumni from various gathered, filling the chapel. Speeches parts of the state will attend the din were made by Rev. O. T. Ness and H. ner, and the annual "homecoming." S a a W N Wright, principal of the Honeyford Tuesday, June 15, Miss Beatrice. Johnstone, president of the associa tion. said today. The dinner will be served at the Commons at I o'clock, with Mrs. R. Haagenson of this city presiding. President ICane, Miss Johnstone, and representatives of the university fa culty, alumni and student body will •speak on the program which is be ing outlined. A special service will.' mark the demobilization of the flag, it I I It is expected that a large number FUNERAL SERVICES ARE HELD TODAY FOR WIFE OF ALDERMAN Members of the Grand Forks city council turned out in a body this aft ernoon to attend the funeral of Mrs. I Uouis Kleven. wife of one of the al dermen from the Seventh ward who died Sunday afternoon. The funeral services were held at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon at the Zion I •RPin(.ii r» ,.r,„ IwUthcran church, and interment was in Memorial Park cemetery. Memorial Park A large number of former friends of the deceased as well as city offi cials attended the funeral. SOUTHWICKREAD'S "KING LEAR" HERE Henry Lawrence Southwick. presi dent of Emerson college of oratory at Boston, appeared at Woodworth audi torium last night, giving his tenth an nual reading here. Mr. Southwick gave Shakespeare's "King Lear." acknowledged to be one of his finest interpretations, and he was accorded an enthusiastic recep tion by the good sized audience which greeted him. The Dakota Plavmakers presented Mr. Southwick. Ellingson Funeral To Be Held Thursday Funeral services for Swen Ellingson nf Reynolds, who died on Tuesday evening, will be heid at Reynolds on Thursday afternoon. Services will be from the Lutheran church of that place. Mr. Ellingson was fis years of age and had resided at Reynolds for 35 years, being engaged in the furniture business there. He is survived by his wife, one daughter and two sons, El ling Ellingson and Oscar Ellingson, fi 11 of Reynolds. Rugby Lad Drowned Tuesday Known Here I Body Not Recovered Robert Purr, son of Judge A. Q. Burr of Rugby, who was drowned at I^akr. Metigoshe on Tuesday after nocin. u^ known to a number of people in Grand Forks, having visited horo frequently as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen. His most recent visit here was dur ing the annual high school conference I late in May. when he represented the Rugby high school in some of the I events on the high school conference proeram. Word was receive] this morning by Mr. Allen to the effect that Ihe body had not been recovered and no de tails concerning the accident are known here. Judge Rurr maintains a summer establishment at Lake Metigoshe. near Bottineau, and the. family has spent the summer lijonths there far some years. Robert Burr was 16 years of age. Surviving him are his father, a brother, Alex Burr, and a sister. Mar I garetta Burr, who are students at I Jamestown college, and a sister, Roberta Rurr, who is in Rugby. —TOM McGOEY. EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL C87W Dr. Gilbert Moskaa DENTIST DaimtO AUTO RAMATOR SHOP ~T lTLi®L,Zrl A A iTfis 407 IMfal Am Both PhwMi «H4 Sand eiotbea by paroel 'TIME Is HERE Owr MmtMit of ma tarfato to unrarpaaaM aaywhera. Work the beat* Pnoea l**Mt 8m our mm mmM wladew awn- Complex llat of wMmt mhiim, tMtfa and campia* Mtnlpmcnt. OaH, Witte ikMa SMm FMKS TENT MB AVIUM CO. LOCAL MEN GOTO U. C. T. MEETING AT FERGUS FALLS L. H. Lake and H. C. Rcichelderfcr of this city will officially represent the Grand Forks council of the U. C. T. at the meeting of the grand council, United Commercial Travelers, to be held in Fergus Falls. Minn., on Thurs day, Friday and Saturday of this week. It is probable that a number of other members of the local council covering tterMtory in that section of Minnesota will attend the meeting. Ernest R. M.ontgomerry, chaplain of the grand council, who had ex pected to attend the sessions, is de tained here by business affairs, but is sending a rjicssago to be read during the meeting. COMMISSIONERS TO ARVILLA TO TEST OUT ARMY TRUCKS Members of the board of county commissioners have been at Arvilla during the last day or two "chaperon ing" a number of army trucks and graveling outfits for the purpose of testing them out on the roads near Arvilla. ,„. .. The truoks are being tried out as to their efflciency in Hap be rather disconnected. 0WNER 0F BABY HOME ACCUSED OF CRUEL TREATMENT Xcw York. June 9.—Charged with assault resulting in the fracture of both arms and legs of a six-months old baby and with operating a home for babies without a permit. Mrs. An nie Rogers of 351 Kast l!5th street was arraigned before Magistrate Mc Adoo in the West Farms policc court. .She was held in $500 bail on each charge for further examination. Mrs. Anna Levick of 1S5 East Sev enth street, complainant in the assault case, testified she took her two weeks' old infant, Mary, to hoard at Mrs. Rogers's house, because she had to work for a iiving and could not take care of the child. She paid Mrs. Rog ers $8 a week for the baby's care, she said. GRAND FORKS HERALD, WEDNESDAY, Vavcling and dragging roads, and if found satisfac tory it is probable lhat the commis sioners will insvall seevral of then-, for use in the. county. The testing of the machines be^sT on Monday morning and is being con tinued until the machines have beer given a thorough trial. Russell Hsu of Inkster heads the commissioner# who are engaged on the project. BELFIELD MAN IS BOUND OVER ON RUSTLING CHARGE —W. jv .w Jr"^. ard charged with steal ing livesuvrk Reports to Children's Society. Mrs. Levick testified that in April Mrs. Rogers told her that the child did not seem to be acting in a natural manner. At that time, after seeing the child, Mrs. Levick suspected that ™in continuously open all was not as it should be, and re- ported her fears to tbe Bronx branch of the Children's society. Officers of that association removed little Mary to the. Fordham hospital, from which, on its condition being ascertained, the child was transferred to Bellevue hospital where it was found that in addition to the frac tures of the arms and legs, the child's head was seriously injured. When this was told to Mrs. Levick she collapsed and required medical attention in the hospital for several days. Gbatgnd Improper Clare. Phillip Lowenthal, an agent of the Children's society, was the second complainant. He produced records to show that on September 30 Dr. Ogan of 513 West 144th street, head of the child's hygiene department of the Bronx board of health, com plained that two children had died at Mi*. Rogers's home for children, Dr. Ogan asserted that the deaths re suited from improper care and neglect. As a result Uni. Rogers's permit to operate a children's home was revoked October 29 last. Mr Lowenthal testified that Mrs. Rogers applied tor a. permit May 16, which was granted. MONKEY PLAYS WITH CHILDREN BITES SEVERAL X°rk' Jun® 9-—Four Locals Leave from Nicholas Boltz and Elbred Erirk son, farmers near here, was tried be fore Justice Sterland at Dickinson and wa.s bound over for trial in the district court on two charges, bonds being TO WALK 3.000 MILES. *2'0?/ .. Valley city. N. D.. June 9.—The North Dakota Retail Merchants' as sociation opened its 23rd annual con vention here 'Tuesday morning with merchants from ail parts of the state present. The session will continue for three days. The association was welcomed to the city by Mayor Bon hus and the response to his address was made by Fred P. Mann of Devils Lake, president of the Merchants' as sociation. children, on« of them a girl, were bitten by a' pet monkey while plajring in. an empty waaron in Bush street, Brooklyn, and had to be attended by an ambulance purgeon. The wounds were cauterized Prevent infection. The monkey k® examined to determine whether it was suffering from rabies, Bf?r* l.he to Play With N ,Th® »®nk®y. which is owned by Mrs. Catherine Cooms of 87 Lorraine street, Brooklyn, escaped from its cage and disappeared down the fire escape on the rear of the house, Scaling an entire block of fences and reaeliliis Bush street, the animal was attracted by /our children playing in an empty wagon and at once Joined! tnem. raonkey had been play Children for any lehgth 1 at time Patrolman Jacob Goldstein of the Hamilton arenue station heaxd children, and running in the direction from which they came' he saw the monkey attacking the four children. 'Goldstein csttjkht th. inonkey and thm^smintoned m« am- Devils Lake' John Fad den and SwHtt men pf His baseball team fw Uk» this morning to trHWi wis" ha*?ball aggregation at via?* te*iay and Thursday. TVa'S'-* is* wpwtrd have an rxo?pi':w»lilix- ttxw (, season.'but «ta*6 w+M w?Js rtirtiw the 8 locals. On- arrive yesterday »cvvwpa.t'w.t: Ike and will play an tetWA i.x'sii&MM. pwsibir short, in th«, twfeajtr The wwtiw pitcher is expected w'v Tj,e.vt wwls. Secretary Sherman A-Uvaser ccKfcjv-. Return wi-'i be- this city t«v tit#- LVviIs team nest Saturday Suaiiay after noon. uKr *vs»c. .fun* 9-. Thv Krvrn-h pub'»\v liiv.'tf. .V» -rtctitt jaws must*- ?».• w?-' thit dtaiBc^rs. contrary four 34iwvr American dance miss?. w. fc'rakcw at priow three un-.w ^iac!x J.'. home. .V-r.'-.'.-K-a't vi..v consul at Nan -.•s '.liJiC via.fK-«rs in France sirv •^Eirvt.rrs for- Ucfc of American TO53S4? ir-i Ataerican publishers s-v a scotden opportunity. ^•vi-v-'vi -ychrtt and uniform v* Ar?t«ric«n *4ance music, in r.-v?3.wvit in !''ra.«.'•? 'by the soldier rtv. created an appetite for v.ce •v.'asut says. TV TKY AGAIN. \ii it.—Ernest Barry. •».\»!R !tjs» sculling title to Alfred' 'Vcjfr Australia on the Thames t«t 'ear is determined to make "flr-.-rf. in order to regain the1 .-feaapoMMhip. Accompanied by Rob- r.csr. c*krr on cl» way Australia a-tcc £5 wortd sculling 1 The two chief witnesses against Stone, a aiior. although a cripple, 3.000 miles Hardy were both inmates of the peni- rer-ertlv smarted to walk tentiary and their stories were said to from her- :o Buffalo. N\ T., to see his MERCHANTS ARE IN THREE DAY SESSION AT VALLEY CITY 1 he wtu5c reach Buffalo in six weeks. LEGAL NOTICES. Two features of especial interest I.'nited States Senator. during the convention will be the ad- Representative in CongTess for the 1st dresses of President Mann and by Congressional District. Attorney General Wiiiiam Langer, in- fJovrrnor. dependent candidate for governor. FIRE CHIEF MUST MAKE INSPECTION OF ROOMING HOUSES Atlanta. (Ja... June 9.—Under an ordinance recently passed by the city council of Atlanta, all future applica tions for permits to operate rooming houses or hotels must be investigated and reported upon by the fire chief and the building inspector. Precinct. Committeemen Republican graduating. and Democratic. Hoa-Parttaaa dominations. rri\G UNE 9, CITY LEAGUE Nominations for the following offices: LCEiL/d 1AJ91 UAlTll!i are to be made pursuant to the pro-! ma nvT^ntF ypnfv visions of Chapter 117, Session Laws of I |Q .Judge of the Suprem» Court. One. State Superintendent of Public In struction I Judges of the District Court as appor tioned by Chapter 1S7, Session Laws of 1S19 3 Judges. County osteon. Auditor. Sheriff. Treasurer. Cl»rk of District Court. Register of Deeds. States Attorney. County Judge. Superintendent, of Schools. Public Administrator. Surveyor. 'oronor. County Commissioner for the ,1st Dis trict, 1 years: 4th District. 5 ypars: to fill the unexpired term of Thos. F. Mooney, Deceased 5th District for 4 years. 4 Justices of the Peace. 4 County Constables. .. Also at the same time and on the same day shall be submitted to the Electors for their approval the following: Initiative Hearar*. Anti-Red Flag Bill. Btfmalui VitanirM. Absent Voters. Investigation Committee. State Sheriff. Polls open at. 9 o'clock A. M. and re- p- M- of '"-'d d!,y- at Gram! Forks CHAS: J. KVANSON, Clerk of Board. (June 8-9-10.) SEASONABLE SEEDS FLAX— WiU Proof Siberian Millets W" iEwly^ Fortune N.W.Dent bustler Corn Flints Fodder Sudan Grass, Sweet Clov er, Buckwheat, Barley, Speltz, Rye Grass, Brom us, Timothy, Red Top, Blue Grass, Alfalfa. 'Everything in Seeds. GRAND FORKS SEED CO. Wholesale and ketail GAMETONKHT Red River Power Co. and Bridgeman-Russell Co. to Play Tonight. The Red Rh-»t Power company and the ridge man-Russell company teams wilt clash at Dacotah park tbis eveuing at S:SO. Tbis Is the first game of the City Commercial league, Two other games were scheduled be fore this date but the first game was forfeited and Tuesday's game could not be played on account of rain. The lineups for the teams tonight are: Red River Power company, J. Stickeltneyer. Frank Bryan. Strabick. Klmer t'nlauf. McFarland. I. Gold berg. Fred Mankie, Frank Busse and i\ Ryan: Bridgeman-Russell com pany. Carlson. IM-att. McKemie, Fikks, l^ichlin. Borst. F. C-. Olson. H. Olson and John Hansen. CHAMPIONSHIP OF CAMPUS LEAGUE GOES TO DELTA SIG MEN The Delta won thc f-^ VcA.p^n?. a Newcastle sculler who ieasue championship by defeating •tssifcs^u'r training- the earstwhtle cham t^e to to meet Felton Au^«. Barrr has made -jtt.i-.jsar' •Ksssif-T-ne of George Town which .So®? to the banks of the Atstra'iAn river course. is CaL. June 9.—William ...Mur. a a:ior. although e,dh.at..£»iIva,?-^- o. Mac Scott, for the Delta Sig» pitched a good game seven -.ne Parramatta river about men but anowed striking out men and allowing only one hit. Houser. for the losers, struck out ten „ve hits to establish permanent The victory for the Delta Sigs was daring h« training at the ,jue }arKeiy t0 good support in both infield and outfield positions. lul,„ mother. Mrs. Mary Stone. Stone said Annoal Tournament Of Gun Gab Is Won By Grand Forks Man H. L. Woods of Grand Forks won (he all-day shoot of the Northwest ern Giin Club association in the an inual tournament held at Devils Lake Monday, breaking 140 out of a pos sible 150 targets. Frank Holland of Devils i«ke was high man in the "WCE O* nZKUT ZUCIIOI. professional class, picking off 143 out Notice -s hereby given that on Wed-: of a possible 150 marks and making nesday. June 3(tth, A. D. lJiO. a Primary a record of 59 straight breaks.- si Devils ibtricts in rs town .v 1 sh*rs. and in the wards of the cities and'• in which the clubj^ Grand in the Village of Xlanra. in the Countv Forks. Minot and Devite J^ake were of Grand Forks and State of North Da- represented by iive-man teams, each koia. for placing in nomination candi- man shooting 25 times. Devils Lake dates for the following offices, vii:— I-ake won out in a special won wilh 118- t- k- with 114. and Minot third with 108. To be made by the Republican party' .. and by the Democratic party. Unless K- Nimmo and J. I. Thorpe of otherwise specified one candidate to he [Devils Lake each broke 25 straight in nominated for each of thc following I the event. offices: Grand Forks second SEVEN "VARSITY MEN WIN TRACK LETTERS 3 Lieutenant Governor. Secretary of State. State Auditor. State Treasurer. Attorney General. Commissioner of Insurance. Commissioner of Agriculture and Labor. 3 Commissioners of Railroads. 1 State Senator from each odd num-' bered District: Districts Nos. 5 and 7. __ 1 Member of the House of Represents-! Prospects for an exceptionally good tives from the 5th, Sth and 7th Legisla- track team for next year are of the tive Districts. best, only one man, George Bass, I As a result of the dual track meet held with the A. C. last week seven men of the university won track let ters. Hamilton .Shelver, Conmy, jStenshoel. Al Thorwaldson, Prank Richards and George B«ss were the AOT PI UP No. No. No. No. N. D., this 2nd day of June, 1920. HANS ANDERSON. County Auditor. ,' No. Grand Forks Countv, North Dakota. (June 2-9 16-23. 1920.) VOTXCS TO TAXPAYERS Notice is hereby given that th» Mavor No 3 and Aldermen of the City of Grand! Forks will meet Tuesday. Juno Rth, 1920'v at 10 o'clock A. M. and sit as a Board of!i^0' Equalization to review the 1920 assess-! ments as made by the City Assessor.' No. 4 AM persons interested are invited to re. view their assessments.! The Hoard v0 will adjonrn from day to day until the Equalization is completed. RUGBY TUESDAY Leeds. N. IX, June 9.—Leeds lost a fast seven inning game to Rugby here yesterday by a score of 3 to 2. The game was close and was won by a freak catch made by Shoulders of Rugby in thc outfield in the seventh inning. Batteries: Brandt and Brandt for Rugby Mahan and Anderson for Leeds. GRAND FORKS GRACV MARKET. Dark 'Northern. No. 1 northern $2.76 Spring Wheat. 1 northern spring, 58 lb....$2.66 2 northern spring, 57 lb.... 2.61 3 northern spring, 55 lb.... 2.51 4 northern spring. 52 lb.... 2.31 No. No. No. Durum Wheat. 1 *2.49 2 2.46 3 2.41 4 2.34 Red Durum Wheat. No. until 9 o'clock No. No. TWOBALLHKED FOURSOMETODAY Bemidji to Be Here Saturday and Sunday With Fargo and Detroit. The first two-ball mixed foursome of the season began this afternoon and will continue this evening. A large number of men and women turned.out to take part in the event, which is progressingly nicely. Bemidji will also be present to play against the locals next Saturday and Sunday, although the full team will not be present on account of labor conditiQns at Bemidji. Fargo will be present with 14 or 15 representatives and Detroit will have a number pres- ent- campus Sigma Chi men. the score being jturn matches by the Grand Forks golfers will be played at all three places at later dates. CLUB STANDINGS. NATIONAL LEAGUE. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Canadian Peas .. Speltz .$2.42 2.39 ,. 2.34 2.27 Oats. No. No. ...... $ .87" 84 Flas. Xo. No. 13.53 3.48 3.38 Barley. $1.29 1.25 1.19 •Rye. $1.96 Cream. Butterfat, per lb 65 M. D. BUTLER Member Mpts. Chamber of Commerce Direct Private Wire GRAIN COMMISSION Telephone 279 Nash Bldf. JOHN B1RKH0LZ KMET ALWAYS NMD F0« FIRST FARM MORI CAQC LOANS Grand Forks, N. D. KliitS, FUESI WOOL We always pay full marku price for hlda% furs, wort, etc Bhlppinir tags farnlebed free. GINSBURG BROS. 001 VM ATC, r- T0PPMCES PAID FOR HIDES, PURS Chrif Wii, MMs. Mllew. ate Also Capper. Brass, Iroa, Lead, Tiafell, Aute TlnLInn Vutw 'B*Mer7lK«ir'!" R^lf BMakUa^sd 1114., mmmmmmrnmmmIft 4 W. 26 25 24 20 23 18 19 16 Brooklyn Cincinnati Chicago Pittsburgh St. Louis Boston New York Philadelphia W. 36 26 26 27 20 21 17 16 St. Paul Toledo Milwaukee Minneapolis Louisville Columbus Indianapolis Kansas City Said T,. 16 17 2 2 19 22 2 2 25 27 Pet. .619 .595 .522 .513 .511 .450 .432 .372 AMERICAN LEAGUE. W. 2 8 SO 23 25 23 17 16 13 Cleveland New York Boston Chicago Washington St. Louis Philadelphia Detroit L. 16 1S 17 20 20 26 30 30 Pet. .636 .625 .575 .556 .535 .395 .348 .302 L. 13 19 21 24 24 24 26 32 Pet. .735 .578 .553 .529 .455 .467 .395 .333 YOU Can Reduce the High Cost of Seed By Buying High Quality Seed at Right Prices Siberian Millet Grown Siberian, North Per Bu. of 50 lb. Southern Grown Hog MUlet German Millet, Southern Grown $2.16 Dakota. Strictly Per Bu. $3.50 2.00 Buckwheat Dakota Grown. 2.50 SEED CORN. Yellow learning fodder, Dakota Grown 2.60 Northwest Dent 4.60 Minnesota 13 4.50 J?er lb. Sweet Clover, Gilby Grown.$0.29 Alfalfa, South Dakota 40 Alfalfa, North Dakota. Grimm 70 Alfalfa. Turkestan 40 Fancy Timothy 12% Sudan Grass 16 Bromus 25 Western Rye Grass 20 North Dakota Red Clover.. .45 Canadian Banner Oats.,,.. 1.S0 Sacks Extra. Best Seamless Bags 65 Heavy Jutes 30 TABLK AND SHED tfyB ffn POTATOES 0. J. BARNES COMPANY Wholesale Seeds Grand Forks, N. D. You Can Reduce The High Cost of Feed By Sowing More Millet and Corn NORTHERN GROWN Per Bu. .. .*1.75 ... 9.00 Siberian Millet German MUlet SOUTHERN GROWN Northwestern lf nt .... 4.00 Minnesota IS 4.«0 Minnesota 21 s.7H White Flint 4.00 -^"^v f- ^rw evening editioico ROOMS FOR RENT MODERN ROOM FOR RENTES43 NO. 6th Street. Call 1849. •, MODERN FURNISHED ROOM—: rent. Phone 964-W. FOUR ALL MODERN ROOMS ROR rent. 424 So. 3rd. SUITE OF ROOMS FOR RENT—CALL at Hall Hotel. ROOMS FOR RENT—AT 12 N. #TH 'ST. Mrs. MeHaffie. SHOE REPAIRING THE SHOE HOSPITAL. PARCEL POST one way. John Solland, 6th & De ters, Grand Forks, N. D. SMITH SHOE SHOP—PARCEL POST paid one way. Grand Forks. N D. SITUATIONS WANTED POSITION WANTED AS BOOKKEEPER In a good concern where i'hdxtstrv and ability will bring k-esultS Have good knowledge of .general bookkeeping, Banking, and the grain business. WRITE 96 HERALD. POSITION WANTED—IN EASTERH N. D.. by drug clerk, two years ex perience. Good worker and want place where I can learn drug business and work into beter job. Write, 981 Herald. POSITION WANTED ON FARM AS mansKer or will work for an old couple or widow. Box 17, Johnstown, N. D. WANTED—A POSITION BY AN Ex perienced lady stenographer. Call 408W. Or address Box 584,. city. PAINTING DONE BY DAT OR CON tract. All work guaranteed. Phone 1540 or call C31 No. 6th St. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHY AND MUI.TI graphing. Na 14 over Dacotah Phar macy. Phone 2M6-W. a— OFFICE POSITION WANTED BY 1 young lady. High school graduate. Write, 979 Herald. ASHES HAULED, DIRT OR RUBBISH gardens plowed, harrowed. Phone TM. POSITION WANTED AS HOUSE keeper. Write, 968 Herald. STORAGE Household Goods Packed and Stored. Panovits Furniture and Carpet CO. SUMMER COTTAGES. COTTAGE AT LAVINLA ON LAKE BE mldji for rent for season. C. C. Gow ran. WANTED TO BUT I WILL BUY A 6 OR 6-ROOM HOUSE in next two weeks if price Is right. Give full particulars in first letter. Write 976 Herald. 1.90 2.00 2.25 WANTED TO BUT—A SMALL COM Puting scale. Write. 978 Herald. WANTED TO RENT WANT TO RENT—UNFURNISHED flat or house before July 1st, by" re sponsible party. Write Box 241, phone 1 74 W. LEGAL NOTICE. KOTICB or 'ii v4 r* SPECIAL CITY SLSOTIOV In compliance with a petition signs A by at least JO per cent of tho legal eleK tors of the city of Grand Forks, North Dakota, duly filed with the city auditor asking that an election be called foiVthe purpose of submitting to a vote the question as to whether or not the city shall adopt a commission form of gov ernment. and in compliance with a reso lution of tho city council adopted .Tune Notice is Hereby Given to the qualified electors of the city of Grand Forks, North Dakota, that on the 30th day of .lune, A. D. 1920, from thc hour of o'clock a. m.. continuously until Fifth St. ftorin Per Bu. Siberian Millet $2.75 Liberty Millet 2.50 Hog Mlllett 3.S0 Hungarian Millet 4.00 Canadian Peas 4JM Spelts 3M Buckwheat, Dakota crown S.00 SEED CORN Per Lb. Sweet Clover 40c Alfalfa, Turkestan 48a Timothy Seed, choloe.... 14a Sudan Oraas ...........Me Sorgum Cane «so Sjffi* 12c White Beam ..... ii« SMKS Kxtra. White Seamless Bags..'.. 7Se Hearr Jute Bags........sSc ft f« i- ti ip.** .7/Ti it.t: '•*fc *4 •I'.# a a Situation wanted daring vaca tion by boy of 13. All or part time. Address, Boy, care Herald 1 S,t:- 5 o'clock p. m., on said day, there will be1 held in th« city of Grand F\rks. a.spe cial election for the purpose of submit ting to the qualified electors of said city the-foilowing to.be voted upon by said qualified electors, to-wit: 1. For City Charter under the com- 1—1 1 sion system of government I— 2. Against City Charter under the commission system of government The following places are hereby desig nated as the polling places in the several North 3rd St. Fifth ward. First precinct. International Ave. fire hall. Fifth ward, Second precinct, 1215 Chev enne avenue. Sixth ward. First precinct. Sixth ward. Second precinct, 522 North Kighth St. Seventh l'irst precinct, 513 Chest- Seventh ward. 8econd precinct. 624 fot tonwood St. The election officials for said elect'iffV shall be the same as act for the. Ufa primary election held on said dav' Dated at Grand Forks, North Dakht. this 8U1 day of June, A.^D. 1920. Attest: noroaiu Per Bu. Yellow Fodder S9.7S Minn Early Y'ellow.... S.00 North Dakota Grpwn '"'.J,- 'i districts of the city: First ward, First precinct, city filtration plant. jj First ward, Second precinct, 219 Euclidi avenue. I Second.ward, Arlington Park hotel Third ward. Are hall. South 4th street Fourth ward, Fuller Motor companv i'*"! 73 North M. Wheeler, C. j. Branson, Major. City Auditor. (Jjine 9-29 Inc.) POX 8OIOO£BVZuna Wannah, OavaUer Oount, sr. KS Notice is hereby given that sealed will be received by the Board of JMUCTJhid.1 tion. Linden School District. CavaitAil county, at Hannah. N. Dale., until thr^Tf* o'clock p. m., Jone 28, 1910, for the er«n tion of a high school building, aecoidiM to plans and specifications No. 4M7'nri5 pared by Bert D. Keck, architect wJS National bank building, Grand jpirkT i?1 Dak. Z1 .Plans and speclflcations will (lie after May 28th at the office, of ,«KKSF«3£*-.ir ft Arrangfement for liuis way b^ radf. nt tluy 0 p»c- arcriUecf. and rry,^ ii', should l-'. rd(- er.v'.y. 'VI Bids will bo rtreived for trie construction of the building, hritn* ventilating, plumbing, sewage' dlspfifi plant, hard and soft water sunblv trlcal equipment an(1 0 The Board of Education reserves ».. right to accept or reject any nrandLi Dated May 24. tt«. P™Po«al. Board of lBducatlon, Linden Dlstrtct. Cavalier Qounty. N. iAk— ^2 N. DT1 ArChH^' ^. Ittfr *7, una |.M«.a! tA ther inetdint\S^l as required by the speclflcations, on bu? din* forms as set forth In tbVapeciflca] r«iu*red! «»«tlonsthi?^ iWlJ *#M .'fas, McOuIrt, TP»44:i'' "To avoid lynehlnci 4ad inoh' ^.fl it iM kMip his «Mt o« thsSfJLj8"