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V- f"4 HJ 'EVENING EDITION: i. North Dakota?s Greatest Classified Section Ad Rates I Omm Word 9*7. MImmihr thirft ii 24 cent* pet1 day for -i ermor« days. Minimum durp wi ter li cants. n«a I words ar more to nt your money's worth. the month, It.OO per Una' no change In ad). Minimum charge iitl. These ratas entitle: you to ppbllcatlon In bflth tha morning and eveniag edl- CLOSING HOURS—Want Ad forma elOoe a very morning at 11:10 for the ma tr edition est eapt Saturday when forma closest •vMlngedlttoii, and o'clock every evening for tha morning edition «ii I p. m. for Sunday morning edit! TELEPHONE WANT AOS—Want Ada arq received by phone, but are payable 'the «*nie day as received and collection will be made at your honrt or office as soon as la .con* venlent for tha collector to call. This la accommodation service and payment should be made promptly when the bIB la presented. OUT OP TOWN ORDERS must, be al. •*r» accompanied by the cash. Please comply with this rale to avoid Inconvenience and delay. THE HERALD will atcajit only clean advertising and any Infornfttlon concerning any Want Ad ID. thaae tgeolumns, that la fraudulent or un desirable will be greatly appreciat ed by The Herald. WD RESERVE THE RIGHT to re vise any copy to conform with uieKv-up rulea of classified adver tising. ACCOUNT ANTS r/chard DOUGHERTY 00. Chartered Acoountanla 601-1 N. w. Natl. Bank Blk. Phone 401 ARCHITECTS ENGINEERS BERT D. KECK. A. I. A. ARCHITECT. First Nat'l Bank Bldg. Phone Ml JOS. BELL DE HEMER Phone 1970 Architect See. Blue. AtlOnON SALE. I -will sell at public auction at my farm 414 miles east and mile south of Thompson, N. D. on Sharp Sales Commences 10 A. M. The following property: HORSES 9 head of horses. V.i CATTLE AND HOGS 7, milch cows, bull coming, 3 "years old 5 heifers coming* 2 years^old 3 bulls doming, 2 years old 2 calves coming, 1 year, old 2 pigs coming, .1 year in March. FARM MACHINERY, ETC. Van Biu|it double disc drill, ltkf.t. disc, 2 four' horse Boss harrow, John Deere gang plow, John Deere corn binder, Deering binder, 7 ft. cut, wagon and grain, tank, wagon three quarter size, 2 hay racks, hay rake, cattle rack, Aspinwall .. potato planter, Hero grain cleaner, Col fax grain cleaner 6 rolls, har row cart, cutter, set light bob sleighs, set heavy bob sleighs. Success manure spreader, 2 riding ,cultivators, 2 walking cultivators, Deering mower, single' tojp buggy, Fairbanks en gine 1 Va b. p.', Boy-Scout engine 1 h.. p., some blacksmith tools, heavy truck, pump jack, 3 set of work harness, set half harness, est double driving harness, 2 set double driving harness. 2 few hundred bushels of oats, Empire cream separator, power chum, ten gallon hand- churn, range Stove, sideboard,' ward robe, 2 center tabtes, 2 iron beds slid springs, 2 rugs, size 8x10 %. Numerous articles.. FREE LUNCH SERVED AT NOON Terms of sale: All sums of $10 and under cash over that amount "predit will be given until November 1st, 1922 on "bankable paper bearing 10% in terest from date of sale. No property to be removed until terms of sale are complied with. i. $. Owner Bert Smith, Clerk Irving Stewaft, Auctioneer «. AUTOS One 1920 Ford.Touring. One 1916 Ford Sedan. One 1918 Hudson, 7-pass. One 1918 Studebaker Touring. 0ne l920 Buick, 5-pass. One 1920 Buick Roadster. One Model -90 Overland. One, 1_920 Oakland Touring.' Oner Ford, your own price. One1'19t7 Ford Touring. DEALERS EX. 10 SO. 4th ST. Export Generator ane ignition. Work. Prompt service, Storage buttery re pairing Of all kinds. Work guaranteed. Electric,- Construction Co.. .Grand Forks. Bxlie distributors. BARGAIN ON BUICK ROADSTER—IN A-l condition. Call 884. BATHS Baths, Swedish Massage, Ladles, Gentle men. Ernest Carlson. HotoL^Dacotah. BUSINESS CHANGES Olio of the best' buys in one of the few live towns of the country •would be: THE .WALH^LLA HOTEL AND RESTAURANT The proprltor and wife are neither in the best of health, therefore they will sell at a -good reduction. They have built up an enormous. business from nothing, but now their, health is at ..stake-and they have all the other bjisitiesu they can attend to' without the hotel and res taurant. It wll take about five thousand cash to handle, bal' ance any reasonable way. Tha property including^,500 steam plsnt jstands the- owner about 88.600^ the. equipment at. pres ent prices will invoice between $t,000 and $9,500 making a total of over $11,500. $10,500 will take it, but don't HB-it long. a~.. not have to sell. r* WNW) .'WlWfi't i'iV. nAcentra) *$% 8ALB—IN r-iA« pi&i popular car JMS* ill Tber hsint no doubts in a little town t" git tb' benefit of like ther la In a city. Remember how wc used t' dread-t'go t'a party? CHIROPRACTORS BAHLKE An} BAHLKE Chlropracton Spriggs Block Phone SCO. Dr. H. Tlsdale—Chlropractice. Baths. Massage. Electricity. Lady Attendant. Security Block. M. B. KEMP, CHIBOPRACTOR. N. W. Bank Bldg. Phone «09W DANCING PRIVATE OR CLASS LESSONS. Rhodes Dancing Studio, phone 2*38. DRESSMAKING. FIRST CLASS DRESSMAKING DONE at 36 Herald" Apartments. Theresa Vattendahl.. DRESSMAKING DONE AT HOME. Reasonable. 31S Chestnut St. Phone H69-W. EXCHANGES FOR TRAPE—IF TOU WANT A 56 room brick hotel all furnished in good county seat for about a section stock farm, see or write us. Morgan & Schultheis.. FARM LANDS FOR_SAL® MT a INTEREST IN good- paying barber shop good part ner and. cheap .rent. Reason for sell ing, ill health. For particulars write, Wm. Gouin, Minot, N. D. FOR SALE—TWO 320 ACRE FARMS. One extra well Improved. Near Hoople in potato belt. Will forward photo of improvements. Write, O. W. Davis. Crystal, N. D. FLATS FOR RENT. 4-ROOM FLAT FOR RENT—JOHN C. Boe Co. FLAT FOR RENT. 400 N. «th. FOOT SMSCIAM8TS DR. J. C. ANSON. FOOT 8PECTALIST. Tired, aching feet relieved Instantly. Ingrowing nails and bunions treated. Corns aid Warts removed. Painless treatment. Anches In stock to fit alt feet. Over Drug Store, (rd and De Mers Ave. Phone 18#0. FURNITURE UPHOLSTERING AND FURNITURE repairing. .. Household goods packed for shipment prices reasonable. L. Broyn. SOSSW. Barlow's Art Store., Vine Upholstering and Repairing. Fur niturei. and China Packing for Shlp ping. N.W. Furniture Co. Phone 211W SECOND HAND FURNITURE, STOVES Anything.bought, sold, exchanged. Mc Kenzle, 105 S. Third St. Phoce (80. WE BUT, SELL NEW,' SECOND HAND furnltur* stoves. N. W. Furniture Co., 208 S. 3rd. Phone 11W. WE BUY AND 8ELL SECOND HAND furniture and stoves. A. F. Behave. 804 S. 3rd St Phone 628J. FURNITURE? JfOR SALE—CALL BE tweeh 0:80 an .7^0 P. M. 60* N. 7th PIANO—-ALMOST NEW. 408 N. 5TH. Phone 2.413-W BE®, DRESSER AND RUGS, lill University. HATOliEANERS Hats Cleaned and Reblocked. First eta ... work. G. F. Hat Cleaning Parlor. HELP-—FEMALE GIRL WANTED AT ONCE, FOR general housework. Best of wages, writ* Jhone. Parker House, N. ij/* ....... ALL fOUNG WOMEN ARB INVITED to makethe Toung Woman's Chrletlan Ass'n. their headquarters while la the City. Jr, HOUSEKEEPE WANTED ON farm. $H miles from city. Jas. Sulllvm. Phone ll-F-8. GIRL WANTED—FOR HOUSEWORK on farm, close to town. Mrs. Leslie Sullivan. Phone 398. NORTH for lupuwr uihiuiui, ,|W business..best reason for selling.*Ca«i and terms. Kffo^ trade. One tfilMlii ttrwrf'or all Write. 4T1 Herald. I I RELIABLE GIRL—PAST 21, FOR general housework. 141 Reeves. Phone GIRL WANTED FOR GENERAL housework. Phone 4-F-4. HELP—MALE A MAN WANTED WHO CAN'SPARE two^half days each week calling on the grocery and pool hall trade In Grand Forks.and-East Grand Forks Man with .car would be oonvlenient but not essential. A student at Unl verslty could earn some nice money. See Mr. Randall at the' Hotel Fred erick after 10 h. M„. Sunday, Octo ber 80. HELP—MAIJE BARBER' WANTED FOR THREE chaic-'hotel 'shop.- .' Must „be absolutely Urst class. Young man -preferred. Apply Moore.and Tlhaman,' cw Fred erick Hotel, MORNING CARRIER WANTED—AP jgy Circulation ^DepO, Grand Forks BOY WANTED. APPLT CIRCULA tlon Dep't Grand Forks Herald. WANTETD-t-SK ILLED COAT MAKER. •A. A. Rolf, Grand Forks. DELIVERY BOY WANTED SANI tary Meat Market. HOTELS nmlly CB^ropian Tratelent rbtat cafe In Northwest HOTEL DACOTAH CgMmei«ial Headquarters fi.S# |ip Recently Improved Room* THE PAIJtqE HOTEL—Rooms $.3.(1 per week 0^ 7th St. A"Ml^en ivk NORTH DAKOTA* HOUSES FOR RERT MODERN HOUSE FOR RENT, EX cept heat, 6 rooms and bath. Furnish er $46, unfurnished $40. 717 Cherry St. After P. M. FOR RENT—HOUSE, ALL MODERN, not water heat and furnished. Mor gan ft Schultheis. HOUSE TO ItENT—NOVEMBER 1ST, g- A- Fladland, office over" 1st Savings Bank. FUROTSHto SIX-ROOM MODERN bungaloy. Close *ln. 60S. Herald. FTVE ROOM MODERN HOUSE—4.1S Cwir St. HOUSE FOR RENT—114 N. 3RD, E. F.-' HOUSES FOR SAT.TC Watch Grand Forks Grow FOR RENT $ (5.00—Nine-room house, all modern, ,A close In, on South 4 th St. $ 60.00—Fine six-room, all modern hpuse, full basement, hot water .r «n £?rn*ce- on N- 7th St. $ 36.00—Six-room house, all modem but .... heat, on N. 9th St. —Small store on DeMers Ave. $125.00-r-Large all modern store On cor-' ner on S. 3rd St. FOR SALE $ 1,300.00—Four-room cottage, city wa ter, sewer, cellar and eleo $£,c "Shts. on Elder St. $ 1,800.00—Five-room cottage, electric lights, city water, on Inter national Ave. $ 3,600.00—Good 6-room house, all mod ern but heat, will take cheap auto in trade, on N. 9th St. .00—New all modern bungalow, on Belmont Ave. .00—6-room all modern house on $ 6,200. $ 4,000. $ 5,000. S. 4th St. 1 .00—7-room all modern house, on Woodland Ave. .00—6-room all modern house, of $ 6,800 Vernon Ave. ,00—8-room all modern house, on Vernon Ave. .00—9-room all modern house, on $ 8,300, $12,500 Vernon Ave. FOR SALE by owner, for immediate posses sion, all modem 6-room house .with bath. Hardwood floors, full' basement, hot •'water heat ingr plartt also large sleeping porch and large sun parlor. 3 car garage with cement drive way. Located on pavement. 823 N. 3rd. This is an Ideal home and a snap at $6,500. New all modern 6-room house with bath, 900 block N. 5th. House jast- completed and a bargain at $4,800. Reansoable terms can be arranged. WALLACE HENRY, MGR. Henry Motor Co. •. ar .• NEW. ROOM, ALL MODERN. BRICK and ,,tlle l^ouse. 1321 Belmont Ave, .. Dakota Construction Co. Phone 796i SEE B. A. FLADLAND BEFORE BUY ing a home in Grand Fork... Office over 1st Saving Bank, S. 3rd St. BARGAIN—LOOK THIS UP BEFORE you buy a house. HouseB for rent. Nov. '1st: E, A. Fladland. FOR SALE—7-ROOM, ALL MODERN house, on Belmont Ave. Inquire at Freldmann's Fur Store. REAL ESTATE AND CARE OF PROP ertiea at all times. John C. Boe Co. Established 1905. Houses—On reasonable terms ^tlmos^TheHjBegdeke^jo^^ V'.* St. Phone 1659W. at all KODAK FINISHING 8end your Alms fot developing, printing, to Hog's Studio. Grand Forks, N. D. LIVESTOCK AND POUT/TRY. FOR SALE CHEAP—A BUNCH OF nice two-year-old high grade Hol s'ein heifers. They are bred from niy best milking cows. Phone 31-F-3. Jas. T.' Sullivan, imi Grand Forks. C«naries—Choice singers, good variety to select from.' Orders promptly 1111 ed. 606 Ninth St. S.. Fargo, N. D. LOST AND FOUND FOUND ON DEMERS AVE. IN FRONT of Ontario store, pair of lady's gloves. Finder can have same by calling at the Herald and paying for ad. LOST—STERLING SILVER. BRACE let, Wednesday evening on DeMers Ave. Finder return to Herald office. LOST—PAIR OF TORTOISE RIMMED glasses. Dr. Friesen's name' In case. Call 618W. Reward. LOST OR TAKEN FROM CAR—EAST man kodak. Return to Herald. Re ward. LOST VARDEN LODGE RECEIPT book. Return to Herald. FOUND—GIRL'S SMAliL PURSe! Identify at Herald. MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT. STORE FOR RENT—16 S. 4TH. IN qulre Joe Mahowald. 377-W. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE—A QUANTITY OF USED construction timber in assorted lengths 4x4 and 4x6 principally. Just the thing for fall farm building. Call at Northern Packing Company. FOR SALE—KINDLING WOOD AT $1.50 per ordinary wagon load, buyer to load and haul at his own expense. Call at Superintendent's office. North ern Packing Company. HORSES AND MACHINERY FOR fanning one quarter to trade In on a house in town. No high priced-house considered. Address. 609 Herald. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE NEW AND USED ELECTRIC MOTORS for sale. Send us yoor motet repair ing. Electric Const Co.. Grand Forks. Avoca Coal Co. B. J. LoveJoy, mgr. High grade lignite ooal, Willlston. N. D. Prompt shipments jany time of year. CALL yUS FOR ALL KINDS O? •awed and 4 ft. wood. Delivered. Hanson-Maves Co. Phone H£SW. 100 SHOCKS FINE ..fodder for'sale. Kneeland.- SWEET CORN Sye. or pnone E. S. CALL GTORGE HILER FOR ALL kinds of Wood delivered. Phone 3340. FAVORITE.HEATER—GOOP AS NEW. C*U 3839-:W. 207. Parkhurst St LIGNITE HBATER, REED buggy. Call 1585-W. *^V GRAND FORKS HERATIB, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1921. Children taken care of by day. week or month- .Price $1« per month. Call at 1813 University Ave. CHILDREN TAKEN CARE OF—KIND, personal attention. 1114 Dakota Ave. GOOD OMB FOR ONE OR TWO school boys under 16. Call 2940-J. BABIES AND CHILDREN BOARDED— At 131S University Ave. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS DR. JOHTT DUNCAN TAYLOR—Offlc* over First Nat'l. Bank. Special atten tftm.to skin and urinary diseases. ROOMS FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED FRONT ROOM, downstairs In modern house, close in, one block from car line. 316 Chestnut DOUBLE FRONT ROOM FURNISH ed. close In. All modern. Suitable for one or two gentlemen. 105 Chest nut. Phone 202. FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT—IN all modern house. 601 S. 5th. Phone 207W. Gentlemen only. 'cWl rtloie l^liw Un,verslty A»e„ FOR RENT—ONE LARGE ROOM. Suitable for deeirable couple. Apply 514. S. 5th St. ONE OR TWO CONVENIENT HOUSE keeplng rooms, partly furnished. 324 S. 3rd street. FURNISHED ROOM—IN ALL MOD ern apartment building. South End. Phone 1950. FURNISHED LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING room for rent Apply 508 Chestnut streets TWO FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS for rent. Phone 1758. 833 Belmont. NICELY FURNISHED LARGE ROOM, In desirable location. .Phone 157. 2 PARTLT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR light housekeeping. Phone 971-J. 3 ROOMS FOR RENT—FOR LIGHT housekeeping. 716 Second Ave. FURNISHED HOUSEKEEPING rooms. $10 month. 302 S. 4th.- 9 FURNISHED FRONT ROOM—IN MOD ern house. Phone' 1851-W. FURNISHED .ROOMS FOR 711 Belmont. Phone 1068. Phone 262J, N. 4th. RENT- ALL MODERN ROOM SUITABLE FOR two. 310 Walnut. 1414W. TWO ROOMS—STEAM HEATED AND furnished. 211 N. 6th. NICELY FURNISHED ROOM FOR 2 girls. Phone 618W. ALL MODERN FURNISHED ROOM for rent. 316 N. 6th. SMALL SUIT OP ROOMS—HALL HO tel. 811 S. 3rd. ALL MODERN ROOM. NO STUDENT. FURNISHED FRONT ROOM—625 SEC ond Ave. FURNISHED ROOM—PHONE 430. 507 ROOM AND BOARD. ROOM AND BOARD. OR BOARD only. 202 S. 4th. East Side Phone 9M. ROOM AND BOARD—OR JUST ROOM. 311 Cottonwood. SHOE REPAIRING THE SHOE HOSPITAL—MOST ifOD ern shoe repair shop In Grand Forks. Parcel post paid one way. Qutck serv ice. John Sol'.&nd, Prop., Cor. 5th and DeMers Ave., Grand Forks, N. Dak. SHOE REPAIRING DONE BY US IS the finest. Send your shoes to us. Par oel post paid one way. Rand Bros. Shoe Co., Repair Dept. SEND YOUR SHOES BY PARCEL" POST to Smith's Shoe Shop, 25 8. 4th St.. Grand Forks, for flrgt class repairing. SITUATIONS WANTED MAN AND WIFE WANT POSITION on farm for winter. Life experience. Reference. C. O. Strand, Goodrich, Minn. 1 POSITION WANTED—BY EXPERI enced milker and chore man. Can start now or later.^Write, 602 Herald. TEACHER WITH THREE YEARS' Ex perience. Normal graduate. Write. 607' Herald. PLACE AS NURSE MAID GOOD references. Box 462. Red Lake Falls, Minn. Painting Calclmtning, Paperhanglng, Plastering done reasonable.-Phone 2307 PUBLIC STENOGRAPHIC BUREAU— Over Daootah Pharmacy. 2046W. STORM WINDOWS WASHED AND put on. Phone Smith, 2125. YOUNG city. MAN DESIRES Write 606 Herald. Bldg. Phone 896. BABY J. H. HILLER, THE WOOD MAN— Call *86-J. HARD COAL HEATER FOR SALE—619 Oak St. .. OST1SOPATBCT DR. E. O. NIMLOS Tel. I43W 31T Ny- Nat Bank Bldg. DR. B. EDGAR HODOB, OVER THE Dacotah. Pharmacy. Phone 651W. PLEA.TING PLEATING r- A1 sises acoor ALL_ STTLESL ALL irdloh. knife pr_box for lea aiid ruffles. The nun sklrti^ turiii torlum.' Graztd Fork*. N. D. AOOQRDtOK. ^X^ND KNIFBT Specialty Shop, lit N. »rd. WORK IN LADY WANTS WORK BY THE HOUR. Phone 1234-W. TYPEWRITERS FOR SALE UNdERWOOD PORTABLE TYPE .writer, non-folding, compact, light, a real typewriter. Ask for demonstra tion at the Underwood Typewriter of flee. 102 Security Bldg. Phone 396. UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS FOR rent Special rate to students. Under wood Typewriter Co., 102 Security WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO BUY—FIVE OR SIX room house. State price and terms. G. A. T.. c-o Herald. WANTED TO BUY LARGE HEATER— Prefer Long Oak. Farmers' Harming Co., Euclid, Mlnp. SHOE REPAIR SHOP WANTED— Give particulars. Write to Box 43, 'Wolf Point Mont. WANTED TO RENT FARM WANTED TO RENT ON •hares. Have own equipment. Ex- Engineering and inspection j»eri«jeed^Wrtt«vJ05JEteral4^^ WOULD CHANGE RULING. London, Oct. 29.—A movement Is under way in England to prohibit the. are pruning parliament for- a bill dealing with this queqtlon. Attention la called" to the fact that the mother country la behind the dominions in suOh restrictions. In Australia, the age limit for the sale of Intoxicants has been fixed at 18, and in New Zealand, Tasmania, On tario aiid Nova Scotia at .21. In France, Poland and Csecho Blovakta^the age 18 18, in Sweden 1,7. KANSAS CITY MAM SAID TO HAVE CONFESSED MURDER Kansas pity, Mo., Oct 28.—W. H. Coffey confessed to police, today h£ kiUedirt'wo *o»en yeeu^day, a result o( an UlKlt attaif,. complicated by ooirn whisky,- lt was announced. The t*o women, according to the confes sion police say Coffey made, were Mrs. Margaret ^apkUn and Mrs, Minnie sprtoger.^P' /.LI ,1 a f«« ft tr t. i}Vj*y Moving Picture Fnnnio Cat the picturo on all four sldea. Then carefully fold doited line 1 in Its entire length. Then dotted line 2 ,FURNISHED ROOM. AND GARAGKr and so on. Fold each section under- o^he proj^ses^n*suSi°morteaM anS ?Tand ——p 142^w. turn over and you'H find a surprising °t the court house in the City of Grand r»milt. Save the pictures. LEGAL NOTICES. VOTXCE or KOXTOiiOI rOlEOLOS- Notice is hereby given, that a certain executed and delivered by Ben a Wolf and .Eva Wolf, his wife, mort gagors. to^N. B. Felton. mortgagee^ 2?^ the 13th day of May. 1920. and flled for record In the office of the Jv5?fier d5edB of First National Bank Building, Grand Forks, N. D. (Oct. 29 Nov. 5-12-19-26 Dec. 8.) KOTIOT TO lAXFimS. raving District *0. 10, Vroject Ho. 1001. Whoreas the Snecial Assessment Commission of the City of Grand Forks. N. D., have certified their assessments against lots, blocks and parcels of land for paving improvement on Skidmore avenue and northwesterly along Great Northern Railway right-of-way. Merid ian Road in Paving District /No. 10, which ssld assessment and benefits was published by said commission in the Grand Forks Herald In the issues of October 11th and 18th. 1921, and where as. a meeting was held by said city on October 27th. 1921 at which time assess ments were confirmed bv said commis sion and filed in the office of the city auditor, where the same is open for In spection to all persons interested. Now. therefore, notice is hereby given that the Board of City Commissioners will meet In the city hall in regular weekly session on Wednesday, Novem ber 16th, 1921 at 1 o'clock .In the after noon, at which time said assessment list will be presented to them for their action. Publication of this 29th. 1921. (SEAL) CHAS. ,T. EVANSON. City Auditor. 8FBCXA& TAX ^ISSSSBMZHT—F*0 IECT gO. 1003. Watermain No. 81. on North- 6th street, from IlHiver avenue to Lulu ave nue. this city. Assessments of. lots, parts of lots, blocks and parcels of land to cover the cost of the same as certified to the commission. Alexander ft Ives Addition. Front Front Front Front Bene- Description. Lt 1 part.. 2 part.. part.. part.. part.. part.. part.. part.. part.. 10 Front part. .11 Front part..12 part. .13 par.t. .14 part. .15 part. .16 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Blk. fits. Front Front Front Front Front Front Front Front Front 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 .'i. Mid «f »il in »"ii» The Special Assessment Commission fr? to &?J»eZaoTi Uqder the age or 18 years instead of. tor at the city hall In the City of Grand 16 At Drftaent. A natitfan tn fVot ViApkg Vnrtli fMlrntn nn ftth n# erii, baa been presented to the home •fo***?,'. temperance reform^! D^fed a" Gmnd Firka. North Dakota, this, 22nd day of October, 1921. M. J. LONDERGAN, JNO. QUIGLEY. ".. TO Ttf STAKE BEMRt THE MONK CU^S MM RK :y,.:C.y t, ,, 'iSXhr/"W" 1 Grand Forks County. North Dakota, on the. lMh day «Lf May.1920, at 1:45 o'clock p" M., In •eok 147 of Mortgages, on Page 660, (which said mortgage was thereafter by S?e «a ,, N* Pelton duly assigned to f'- ". .Masaee. who is now the owner thereof, which said assignment was duly recorded in the office of the regis ter of deeds of said Grand Forks County, TJorth Dakota, in Book 137 of Mortgages, on Page 152) will be fore closed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and hereinafter described, at the front, door of the court house in the County of Grand Forks, State of North Dakota, at the hour of 2 o'clock P. M.. on the 10th day of December, 1921, to satisfy the amount due upon such mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in such mort gage. And which will be sold to satisfy the same are described as follows, vis: Lot Numbered Twenty (20), In Block Forty-four (44), of Alexander and Ives' Addition to the City of Grand Forks. North Dakota, according to the recorded plat thereof now on flle and of record in the office of the register of deeds in and for Grand Forks County, North Da kota. That on the 20th day of September, 1921, a notice before foreclosure under the provisions of Chapter 181. of the laws of the State of North Dakota, ..for the year 1919, was mailed by registered letter to the owner of the record title, at his address in pursuance to the pro visions .of said law. There will be due upon such mort gage at the date of sale the sum of Eleven Hundred and Thirty Dollars (11,11(1.00), the costs of foreclosure to be added. Dated October 27th. 1921. F. C. MASSEE, Owner of said Mortgage. FRANK B. FERTHAM. Attorney, Totals Assess, ments. $ 55.83 41.87 13.96 13.96 27.91 27.92 41.87 55.83 55.83 55.83 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 58 68 58 58 58 58 58 58 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 52 61.41 46.06 15.36 15.36 30.70 30.71 46.06 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 51.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 61.41 55.88 55.83 55.83 Total 31.619.07 81,780.91 We hereby certify that the above is true and correct assessment of the prop erty herein described, and is based on the following items: Total contract cost Advertising Commission Interest 1 Total amount assessed against property 11.619.07 will meet at the office of the city andj- 1 2 E JOHN EICKHOF. Special Assessment Commission. (Oct. 22-29, 1921.) Taken To Dunn County On Charge Of Forgery .. Minot, N. D., Oct. 28.—Deputy Sheriff Lyman Sumpter of Dunn coun ty was in Minot Thursday and took into hip custody Bllengton K. Alver •otu wanted there on a oharge of forgery. A.lver«6n, who ia believed to have several aliases, was arrested by the Minot police Wednesday afternoon, a few minutes after word had been re ceived to be on the lookout for him. North Dakotaf LEGAL NOTICES. vonra or moitoau rouou»- ni uu. default has been made in tn« ternjft and condittona of the mort gage hereinafter described, in (that the mortgagors have failed to pay the past Pr'^clPal and Interest Und upon 222L te Jts. th® •.E!0EctJ" assignee of mort- her«by gagee has declared and does hereby de clare the entire mortgage indebtedness due and payable as authorised by this mortgage and by which the power of j» I!?ive.thn5wnthe?etf5!«ed h" becotM oper* given that the cer- taln mortgage executed and delivered by Joseph McCabe and Helen McCabe. his 5»«fi mortgagors, to O'Connor Bros. 5^5. SJ Renville, Minn., mort- the 1".t of March, 1916 tor record in the office of the reglsterof deeds of the County of on lh. SiSS ard State of North Dakota on the 26tK day of March. 1916 and recorded ~In" Book 1« ^f1SlEirfiKlSe."5 Pi Page 362 (and assigned by said mort- left. Candidates who hope to was filed for record inUtheBoffice# Vf the *1 Jfgister of deeds of the county of Grand ?u «a"d State of North Dakota, on ,T the 10th day of August, 1921, and SSST I?B neath accurately. When completed hereinafter described, at the^Sm doo? ^hatJ, result. Save the Forks in the Countv nf rz-or\A h0Hr There will be due on such mortgage at the date of sale the sum of Five Thousand Three Hundred Thirty-four it,/**'334'?9* °f P®41 O S W of S 1 an 2 1)0,111 ..$1,963.37 $1,784.88 This assessment is based on the fol lowing items: Total contract cost $1,486.96 Engineering and inspection 125.00 Advertising 37 92 Commission 45.00 Interest 90 00- Amount assessed against property $1,784.88 We hereby certify that the above is a" true and correct assessment of the property herein described. The Special Assessment Commission will meet at the office of the city audi tor at the city hall ln the City of Grand notice October Forks. North Dakota on the 9th day of November, 1921, at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day to hear any and all objections to the above assessment. Dated at Grand Forks, North Dakota, this 22nd day of October. 1921. M. J. LONDERGAN, JNO. QUIGLEY. JOHN EICKHOF, Special Assessment Commission. (Oct. 22-29, 192*.) STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, P. McLOUGHLIN. Justice of the Peace ln and for Grand Forks County, North Dakota. J. J. Coliton, Attorney for the Plaintiff. P. O. Address /Grand Forks, N. D. ooi vivw ui i.iie nuuvo suiiuiiuns io DC $1,381.95 made by publication for three succes 86.00 sive weeks in the Grand Forks Herald, ... maU ot PAOE SEVEN. strides oemben A^ b^im^'to^saoSf?' n? Pa88el ^^Petitor after corn amount duo upon such mortgage on the ln a neck Mtlsfy the same are those certain prem- prizes. F^ks8 Mdt4Stote lfe rSrtht:Dakot?^ Non-prize winning candidate* will described as follows: receive ten per cent cash commission SEJ% of Sec. 2, all in Twp. 163, Ran«e Herald during the duration of ®1» tllA OlfnnsiM 51. r*- Plus the costs Of this foreclosure. Dated this 20th day of Oct.. 1921 M. F. MURPHY, E O E N Attorney for Assignee of Mortgagee. Grand Forks, North Dakota. (Oct. 22-29 Nov. 5-12-19-26.) ibt—no- mnxu 9ax ttOT no. 1005. ?r 1«tepaJ "cer No. 23. District No. 5, in alley between Dell and Jennie ave "u". 'r?™ main sewer on Eshelman street to Great Northern right-of-way, this city, as certified to the commission. Assessment of lots, parts of lots, blocks and parcels of land, to cover the cost of same. Aleamder Ztm Description. Lots. Blocks. 13 60 14 60 15 60 16 60 17 60 IS 60 19 60 20 60 21 60 22 60 23 60 24 .60 6 \9 7 69 8 69 9 69 10 69 11 59 12 59 13 R9 14 59 6 59 4 69 3 59 2 59 1 59 60 2 60 3 60 4 60 5 60 6 60 7 60 8 60 9 60 10 60 11 60 12 60 Addlttoa. Benefits. I 54.63 54.53 54.53 64.53 54.53 54.53 54.63 54.53 64.53 54.53 54.53 54.53 54.53 54.53 54.53 54.53 54.53 54.53 '54.58 36.38 18.21 50.96 50.95 50.95 32.74 32.19 54.53 54.53 54.53 54.53 54.53 54.53 54.53 54.53 54'.63 54.53 54.53 54.53 Assess ments. $ 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.56 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.68,1 49.5* 49.68 49.68 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.68 33.05 16.53 46.29 46.27 46.27 29.74 29.75 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.58 49.58 Ethel Roscup, Rolla Tilda Berg, Warwick Ethel Holt, York )ss. County of Grand Porks. In Justice Court P. McLoughlln Justice of the Peace. J. J. Coliton Plaintiff vs. Mrs. Rose Miller Defendant SECOND SUMMONS The State of North Dakota to the said Defendant: By this second summons herein you are directed to appear before me at my office In the -City of Grand Forks. County of Grand Forks. State of North 66.83 Dakota, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of Bft.XS *11. W 4*64 1L. A- •5*5? 66.M Dakota, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of u. if .bbo.zso 55.83 the 8th day of November, 1921, there to Anna Pender Capes, E. G. A*.647,450 yi»uutu OCMIIBI. J'vju, that you are indebted to him ln the sum ?f'i» oT Services of the above summons to be ble bv his winning th« ade bv publication for three suece.- _.°f P. McLOUGHLIN, Justice of the Peaoe. (Oct. 16-22-29.) 8TATE OF NORTH DAKOTA. uqder the age or 18 years iftstead of torYtTthe city hall in~the eity'of'Grand )ss. Jhe ®«Une Chapel, he said, he 1« as at present. A petition to (hat Forks, North Dakota, on the 9th day of County of Grand Forks. lost In the multitude of artistic things eftect, signed by thousands of teach- November,'1921, at 10 o'clock A. M.. of Jn District Court, First Judicial District he saw. He said: 1 1 Lu.mbt.r.^:.a.cor...Puinti« po ration vs. A. J. Truckenbrod... SUMMONS The State of North Dakota to the above case of your failure to appear or an swer, Judgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated this 7th day ot Bepterittfer, A. D. 1121. r- aa&B W. J. MAYBIR, S Grand Forks, N. D. O (Oct. 8-M-22-29 Nov. 6-12.) Herald "Wants Bring Reaulti wMteh* Candidates Must Secure All Subscriptions By Novem ber 15,1921 -—IS-3&SS There are only fifteen, working days Th® 4 of HeraW Murphy which said as} increase their standing, before the by Mortgages at Six Auto Cam- fth?®®5aPai8n el.r B"bscriPtlons ln The eeciire all and either have Herald office or in the November 15, 1921. Indications are that the^raco for the prl2e w111 be very close and wlU a,*° tereBt,nS Forks in the County of Grand Forks and "umers nav f*Qo'o'clock0?^ *Mtth.ai*»t!2i0 be 8ome very in- races for the district prises. 1 Steady workers have been making forward. Some of them and ar? day of sale. The premises described in some good work will put them mch mortgage and which will be sold to now posiUon and neck race for one Of the a a a in to the campaign. Subscribers who pay candidates are protected against any change in the subscription price of Tha. Herald. BE SURE and get yonr remittances and point ballots to The Herald office' on time. If you send them in a short time before the close of the campaign send THEM BY SPECIAL DELIV ERY MAIL. CLOSING RULES: All subscrip tions to entitle candidates to point credits must be in The Herald office or in the mail onNor before November 11, 1921, and reach the office of The Grand Forks Herald not later than iten o'clock*in the morning on FRI DAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1921. PUBLISHED STANMNG& First District. H. Traveller. Ardoch 2,300 Mary MacLeod, Crystal 204,000 Fred E. Arason, Edinburg ... 30.000 Ruth M. Dean, Emerado 170,000 Oscar Hansen, Fordville 8,000 Koths, Cavalier 22,060 Mrs. A. E. Halverson, Forest 6 4 2 1 8 0 a M. Breidfjord, Gardar 117,000 Harry Overly, Grafton 440,000 Mrs. C. N. Schuyler, Grand Forks 461,120 Gail Gaulke, Grand Forks 628 760 Mrs. J. L. Gibbons, Grand Fork» I" ii I 592,400 Hazel A. Hitligoss, G. Forks.. 727,530 H. L. Andos, Grand Forks 562,000 Chas. Swenson, Hatton 548,240 Birdie Bickford, Kempton ...400,120 Eva Plummer, Langdon 18.000 P. A. McDonald, Milton 20,000 H. Hagen, Northwood 6,000 Career Jackson, Orr 76,000 Mrs. H. G. Lowe, Pembina .. 20,560 A. V. Ralston. Thompson ....669,000 Mrs. E. A. De Schneau, May -0.000" District No. Roy Eggum, An eta John Gang. Cando Joseph VitteL Doyon .... Mrs. W. E. Keith, Egeland .. Laura M. Kellogg, Hansboro. Bertha Roisland, Kioten .... Dorothy Wright, Michigan 75,000 Points. 17,000 .383,030 15,000 .448,000 1,000 1,000 Hazel Smith, Bainville, Mont. 25,000 Alpha Kelfer, Fairvlew, Mont. 1,000 Esther F. Carlson. Pin ley .... 188,000 John 8. Wood, Grenora ..... 1,000 Alma C. Wick, Noonan 20,000 Lucille Menslng, Medicine-Lake, Mont. S0.000 Nelle Helmer, Poplar, Mont 26,000 Mrs. Chas. Bollman, Sidney ...200,000 Chester Blegan. Willlston 46,000 Bessie Peyton, Willlston 198,000 Mrs. P. J. Foas, Zahl ........ 1,000 District N®. «. answer the" complaint of the abore Norman O. Nelson, Fertile .. 1.00U named plaintiff against you, alleging Miriam L. Saul, Hallock„ 29,004 4kA MaalA T_T A. $135.00 with interest and costs, in cr If payment for rental due on house occu 55.83 pied by you. and having heretofore xr nr 55.83 caused the Panovit* Furniture ft Carpet OQllf 5a.83 Company to be made garnishee defend- —_ 55.83 ants, in the said action, and the said 55.83 garnishee having disclosed personal 55.83 property in Its possession belonging to 55.83 you. and demanding that the said prop 55.83 erty be subjected to the payment of his 56.83 debt, you are notified that unless you 55.83 appear an answer, the plaintiff will take 55.83 Judgment against you accordingly. 56.83, -Dated Ihis 11th day of October, 1921. Fellowship And Goes To Rome To Study Rome, Oct. 29.—Frank H. Schwar*. the young artist of New York and Chicago who won a fellowship in painting awarded by the American Academy in Rome jusfc as he was about to he dispossessed from his rooms in New York, has arrived here to begin his three years of post. graduate study. This is made possi- nls bo .uo live weeu in ine urano jrorKs neraiu. vi *x,wv S$.87 a newspaper published in the City of ?ear for travel and other expeftses. 9A AA AmiMI TTnrlfg Pnnntv rtf riran1 f_ 30.00 Grand Forks, County of Grand Forks. 82.25 State of North Dakota. ™?.wn* the award I .563,150 84,000 ... .80,000 District No. s. Point*. .74,000 2,000 1,000 9,000 43,000 1«,VVV Olive Holen, Douglas Nell Filbert, Des La ca Mrs. G. D. Thayer, Dogden.. Marian Healy, Glenburn Blanch Heath, Granville Marguerite Connole, MohaU ..158,000 Margaret Hedahl, Mercer 19,000 Mildred Matheson, Westhope. 143,000 Cora Thlele, Willow City .... 141,000 District Ho, 4. Points. O. P. Olson, Argyle, Minn 8,000 Alvin Frederick son. Climax. Minn 1,000 Lillian Tlnkham. Crookaton.. 29,000 Josephine Sullivan, E. G. F...660,230 Marie Morck, Holt .lS^OOO Thorwald Amundeon. Shelly .1,909 AftlSt WlHl which Includes an "allowance of $1,000 a His painling which took the Prix de Rome was entitled "Heroism." After making a hurried trip the city in which he visited Forum, the Colosseum, St. Peters and fell over the im, St. Peters 'The great thing which stiqjck me was the profusion of art representing ..Defendant all the ages that had anything to do with the development of art. One can at a named Defendant: contributed. It is all here. The spirit thJ°cSmplainhtemb?,hisUSSSSS^wtSrt'SS! pJ^ie^eveTthfSSSSiS* plaint la on file In the office of the clerk ®ven the poorrest, struck me of the district court of Grand Forks especially when I saw a ragged beggar County, North Dakota, and to serve a Pl*y a plassic on an accord eon which SSL?1within «i?JttP .«*. *S£" 1 had on»y once scriber witntn thirty uys After, the wfaAn it was nimriwi kv service of this summons upon you, ei- was piayea Dy Preisler. elusive of. the day of servioe and V* -V. ,,w, UN In leard WOMAN IN TRANCE FOR NINE TEARS & Attorney for Plalntlltr®4^ 0 gl&nce what each great age iXl before and then IS NOW NORMAL ——r-. Johannesburg. Sont. ing In «, cataleptic irurce for nine Vears, Anne Swanepoel has »Vakened in possession of all h«r faculties. Har voice ia weak tout distinct.