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•Si 3 -\*V :*4t «$ I W .d EVENING EDITION.'^ JHnce at Emerndo—Wednesday, Oct. 6.1 Otibors orchestra. Every ftndjf come.—Adv. fiebnarit Park—.Dancing evert Tuesday, Friday and Saturday even ings, $ to 12:15.. Emard's orchestra. —Adv. V' Danoe at Bachelor's Grove Pavillan Friday, Oct. 8th. It may be cold but you will find It comfortable at the grove. Ctibor's 10-piece orchestra have another gobd program.—• A«T. vx«..- A-,v —•—3-1? Board to Meet-^-A meeting ofthe Forensic board of the university Win be held this evening at 7 o'clock In the committee room, Merrlfleld hall, for the purpose of electing officers and making plans for the year's work In debating and oratory. •V- j. I,/ &0f *. ,/y" t'.V. V::-v H®,a'Ue$ .-fr'ykRW:-! V'* &! 1 hp (.1 "afli "••tC f" lift- ill it sr. For Ladies and Misses ArifeT./-' '^2. as r^:5SiOU4: |^^,£^ ^lues'.up-td ^0 utsnirth Third .Gone to Fargo District Judge Charles M. Cooley left yesterday for Fargo and Valley 'City on court'busi ness. Cemetery Dedicated—Rev. M. N. Silseth of the University of North Da kota, was the chief speaker Sunday at the dedication of. the cemetery of the First Lutheran 'church of~Lankin, N. D. Senator in. City—Senator J. P. Hem mingsen of Shawnee was in Grand Forks today visiting friends and at tending to business matters. Senator Hemmingsen was not a candidate for re-election this year,' Sons of Norway—Varden Lodge, Sons of Norway, will hold Its regular meeting at the K. P. hall tonight at 8 o'clock. A number of important matters will come up for considera tion. Two Recruits—Jack Wildfang .of Dannvllle, Ont., and Darrell Scott of Leonard, Minn., enlisted this morn ing in the U. S. Army at the local recruiting office. Both men will be sent to Camp Lewis where they will enter the coast artillery. I Money-Back Shot-Shells You can get your money back for The Black Shells if, for any reason at all, you don't like them. Just bring back the unused part ofthe box, and we, will refund to you, without question, the price of the whole box. The Black ..Shells have reached so high a state of perfection in water proofing, in speed, in power, and in umfoanity—that we can make this unli»Tiitcdguarantee.i ::'S!S£$i .g?^j *$P »J».t -»1 .y BLACK SHEllS -Smokeless «n4 Black Powders Try The Blade Shells, if you don't know them. You can get your pet Vwrt etrery kind of shooting, in smokeless or black powders. A -, UNITED STATES CARTRIDGE COMPANY, New York, Manufacturers Consia astf ecnyof Ks (&& Qutm Ltm Beot^FRBB REDWING HARDWARE CO. PHONE 780 135 South Third St Grand Forks, N. Dak. 4. SPECIAL Of New Fall and Winter Tuesday Wednesday, Thursday Of This .Week These beautiful hats come in Duvotines, Hatters Plush, Panne Velvets I" 'colors, black and all the much wanted colors and shades. SSlil $7.50 $10.00 Values up tb $12.50 S #$ E.W' The Town Today City commission met this morning and organised. Appointments are made. J. W. Lowe again becomes chief of police. Odin Overby, Henry VJken and Frank Danahy retire from service.- University football schedule is re arranged so as to give three good games at hoine. City council met last night and com pleted its work. Mayor Wheeler read farewell message. Meeting to be held at university to night for the purpose of reorganizing the Y. M. C. A. MAN'S RIGHTS! HAS HE ANY? (From the l^ennebec Journal.) Now that under woman's rights she doesn't have to give her age in order to become a registered voter, what about man's rights? Smokeless and Black Powders Waterproof •v'i&i&V" for «sf,' •/fdl rf5i*ft 1 Values $15 to $17.50 HAT SHOR%i 'n GRAND PORKS HERALD, TUESDAY, OCTOBER %, 1980. ?3hs.t TO CR00KST0N Freshmen of Play First Game Today—Patton Quarterback. The freshmen reserve team of the university left for Crookston today noota, where they will play against the Crookston high school and alumni mixed eleven. Most of the men who will represent the university in the game are. new men and are being given-a tryout. John Hanson, captain of the Flick ertail eleven, accompanied the men. Glese of Crookston will umpire the game and Balsing will referee. The lineup as announced by Cap tain Hanson today is: Shelver, left end Allen, left tackle Njaa, left guard Busdicker, center Butler, right guard Noml&nd, right tackle Powers, right end Patton, quarter back Burgess, left halfback Kelland, fullback Lillibridge. right halfback. Substitutes accompanying the team were Ha&sell, Sussex, Bergene, Wiper, Kerrian, McLeese and Thorlifson. All will probably be given a chance to enter the play during the game. SCHEDULED REARRANGED Jamestown College Will Not Play Here—Three Home Games on List The rearranged schedule of the University of North Dakota football eleven was announced this morning by Coach Paul J. Davis. Considerable difficulty has been found in arranging the schedule this year on account of the .uncertainty of the date for the Homecoming day. Jamestown was scheduled to play here but word was received from them cancelling the date. The schedule as-it now stands is one of the best for several seasons as three good home games are listed. Fargo college will play here Saturday,, Sduth Dakota State a week from Sat urday and Hamline on the 23rd of the month, Homecoming day. Little is known of the strength of any. of the teams, but the Flickertail eleven is in fine shape this year and will give each of them a hard battle. A num ber of the "U" players are confident of the outcome of. Saturday's battle. The schedule as rearranged is: October 9—Fargo college here. October 16—South Dakota State here.-' October 23—Hamline here. October 30—Aggies at Fargo. November —S. D. U. at Vermillion. November 20—Marquette at Mil waukee. Officials for Saturday's game were announced this morning by Coach Davis. Glaser of Fargo will referee the game and Tierny will umpire. Giese of Crookston will act as head linesman. LATEST MARKETS GRAIN RECEIPTS. Minneapolis, Oct. 5.—Wheat ceipts, 474 cars, compared with cars a year ago. ,5 I ,= ,= I ,= IS 1 S 5 Grand Forks, N. D^ vr?^ re 45S CASH SAIjES. Chicago, Oct. 5.—Wheat—No. 2 hard, $2.05 firstname.lastname@example.org No. 4 hard, $2.02 1-2. Corn—No. 1 mixed, 92 1-2 @95 No. 2 yellow, 92 1-2@97 1-4. Oats—No. 3 white, 52 @54 1-2 No. 4 white, 62. Rye—No. 2, $1.64® 1.67. Barley, 79@91. Timothy seed, $5.00 @6.50. Clover seed, $15.00 @22.00. Pork nominal. Lard, $19.37. Ribs, $email@example.com. MET All. New York, Oct. 5.—Copper nom inal electrolytic, spot and fourth quarter, 17 1-2@18 1-2. Iron steady, prices unchanged. Tin easier spot and nearby, 42.50 futures, 43.50. Antimony, .7.12 1-2. Lead steady spot,- firstname.lastname@example.org. Zinc quiet East St. Louis delivery, spot, 7.40® 7.50. MONxnr. New Tork, Oct. 5.—Prime mer cantile paper 8- Exchange irregular. Stealing 60 day bils $4.44 1-2. Francs demand 6.60 cables 6.62. Lire demand 4.04 cables 4.06. Marks de mand 1.60 cables 1.61. Greece de mand. 10.25. New Tork exchange on Montreal, 8 13-16 per cent discount. Government bonds strong railroad bonds strong. Tim .loans steady 60 days, 90 days and six montJis 7 3 8 per cent. Call money strong. 8 low 7 ruling rate 7. High WHAT GRAND FORKS FSOnE WERE DOING THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO From The Herald tor Oct. 5, 1885. I A meeting of Grand Forks citisens friendly to the emancipation of Ire land was held at St. Michael Hall, and an organisation forined with Noyes as president. East glHIIHIIHHIHimHHIHHHIHHIHIIIHIIIHIIIIIimiHHIlllllWIIIIIIIHHmnHIII»H! How Much Insurance Should You Carry Vji-'VVV* i"-' .V "You may write nqr appUoatfcm for $1600," said Op prospect. "Yes," replied the agent "that is for Bow msch do joii want for your wife and cUUntf" One Thousand Dollars Insurance is not moiiifi tor^ir man with dependents. Just how modi Insurance a man should carry depends upon his income, his vocation station in Ufe. Your family during your Ufe-time get along withoat thn prantam ont the premium money GREAT I0RTHER* A. H. Tfee first snow of the season fell during the afternoon. Tracy R. Bangs has been 'suffering for several days with a bad cold. John P. Bray has secured rooms In the Collins block ^or the winter. Buildings valued at (210,000 were erected in the city during' the past. season. ., George J. Hankqy and wife, of Ar villa, spent Sunday in the city. LOCAL PEOPLE TO CROOKSTON TODAY FOR CELEBRATION A large number of East Grand Forks people left this morning for Crookston where they will attend the opening of the first hard-surfaced road in the Red River Valley and the unveiling of the soldiers' and sailors' monument at the Northwestern Agri cultural college. A fine program-has been prepared for the day's exercises. Five bands will furnish plenty of music for a big pageant and for the program. A football game between the second team of North Dakota "U" and the Crookston All-Stars will be on* of the features. FARMERS URGED TO CUT WEEDS ON MAIL ROUTES IMMEDIATELY Farmers living within the Jurisdic tion of the local post office are urgently requested to cut or burn the weeds along the rural routes as soon as possible, Miss Teresa Thoraon, postmistress, said this morning. No consideration will be given to the service in the parts where the weeds are not cut immediately, said Miss Thorson this morning. 1 EAST SIDE BRIEFS —-4 William Wolf of New Folden, Minn, has rented his farm and will reside in this olty for the coming winter. Mrs. Grover Taylor will leave to morrow for Perely, Minn., where she plans to make her hom% A dance will be given this even ing by the Royal Neighbors at Gles hall, hours will be 9:80 to 12 oVslock. Mr. and Mrs. James Chalmers are the parents of a baby boy born Sun day night. Mrs. Oleana Eggen will entertain the ladies' aid of the Grand Marias church this afternoon at her home, seven and one half miles north of the city. Mm F. R. Thomas of the CorHsB flats, who has been ill for several days, is reported recovering. A meeting of the Republican Wom en's club of this city will be held Thursday night at the city hall. This meeting will be open to both men and women of the city. •Miss Althena Handy, who has been a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Peterson, 602 Dover avenue, left today noon for her home in Henning, Minn. Miss Handy was accompanied by Master Douglas Peterson, who will visit his grandmother in that city. LIBERTY BONDS. New York, Oct. 5.—Closing: S 1-2's 92.68 first 4's 90.00 bid sec ond 4's 89.00 first 4 1-4's 90.20 sec ond 4 1-4's 89.28 third 4 1-4's 90.64 fourth 4 1-4's 89.32 Victory 3 3-4's 96.50 Victory 4 3-4's 96.60. COTTON. New York, Oct. 5.—Cotton futures closed steady. October 22.65 De cember 21.55 January 21.16 March 20.90 May 20.S90. DEAD BUT' I'NBCWKD. (From the New York Evening Post) Nothing less becomes the Prohi bition party than the way in which it is taking leave of life. For half a century it put a presidential ticket in the field and. waged a vigorous cam paign. It never won a single elec toral vote. When prohibition came, it came as the enactment of the two old parties, which had done their best to keep the question out of politics. Yet the Prohibition party, always had the respect of'open-minded men and women. Now With its cause won, it *****1 ota Ts 'r* Craft-Lace. wBiffiT I ol 1 a How to Select a Curtain There are three viewpoints to watch when -yen el a in First.—Look at the curtain to see how the design wlH Ot fiH decorative scheme of your room. Second.—Look through the curtain to make sura it so trans parent as not to obstruct .your view—unless, of •ounab tkw view is unpleasing. Third.—Look at the curtain again, this time a 41 ground, to see how its design will appear to your viewing your home from the outside. Oh, yes, one thing more. Look at the construc tion of the curtain to see that it is not a mere woven material but a lace having a tied (or knotted) mesh which wont slip and will hold its form and beauty until worn out. Our stock of curtain materials has been selected with these four requisites in mind and includes •everything for attractive window dressing, in cluding Sectional Craft-Lace. Was Hardly Able To Work Before Tanlac Restored His Health, Says Nelson, "Thanks to IkoUne my troubles are a thing of the past and.I am now in the wiy best of hoOtta," said C3artes Nelson, of tn Hagua avean*, St. Paal, Mina., foreman tar t| NorthsWsst rw Copper and Brass Walks. "About a year ago my appettu left me entir«ly, and ever sines that tint ITe been suffering (ni1! mlchtyTr~ case of Wvoos lndNwitou.~ tfaat until I pt form in aa Meat me an **. I awtnl ehaiy sfceocfcK tU in niy special showing of the famous Quaker Some of the New Ideas for the Fall Decorators, Amerex, Cameo File-e-net, the Lace Day-Shade, Casement \Craft-Lace, Sectional Craft-Lace, A VISIT TO THE GRAY DRAPERY SHOP WILL BE OF INTEREST—COME. ENNER & is being made a vehicle. fdr candi dates who have been defeated, for nomination in their own parties. Sen ator Thompson, losing the Republican nomination for governor, wins the Prohibition, nomination. Mrs..Boole, failing of the Republican nomination for senator, is successful in obtaining the Prohibition nomination. It must be admitted that the question of what The Store Accommodating^ Come to Grand Forks—Next Friday, October 8th. Dollar Day. •as t' WJri IJI ,' «A,Jl| f.l the Prohibitionists are to do place on the ballot is not an sasf In Massachusetts, where they| ADVERTISEMENT. ADVBRTlSEMEtFT. ButPdls Fine,"Ndw ^w have simply paced the floor agony I could hardly stand It the morning would bo a pletely worn out. -I read statements from Whom I waa personally Tanlac for the done them, and that's wiiat try it. Wen, I eonldnltem better thing, tor four bottta medicine hfMe bollt ms up me^ feailngte or bloathag, and ntf SM .^ee from' lata, My n*i •teady XJn|| alas* MtuT V&' 1 "I -J K- "t*i. hacfc- :-%lSn nothing at all. It was prompts ajp-: propriated by a group of rather -w« politicians. There ought to be ai wi by which a party with no reason for living could die In as well aa in 1 reality. '~~"i j- 'iii-.'