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WANTED—MEN OB
ake
Ital
land SUPL
^WllUngrton, Conn.
easily make from $6 to $10 daily no
Ital or experience necessary. Tol
id Supply company, box 66. South
caplt
AGENTS—MALE OR FKMAL& EAST
seller: good money. Call at 213 North
Fourth St., 4 to 7 p. m.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
C. J. MURPHY T. ,A- TONER
MTTRPHY A TONER.
Attornsys-at-Law, ...
ARCHITECT
3. W.ROSS-& SON:
Architects
ThtriJ & DeMers Grand Forks
ARCHITECT-
W. ,J. EDWARDS ARCHITECT
Northwestern Block. J, Tel 215-L N. W.
ii ii
AUTO LIVERY
REX -AUTO LIVER,!1—IF YOU WANT
good chicken hunting we can bring
you to them. Phor|e.698-J N. W.
Automobiles & Motorcycles.
WE HAVE A LARGE
slightly used and second hand cars.
Come In and look them over.'
Auto Co.
ROOM AND BOARD—CHRISTIANIA
hotel $5 week, Eighth and International
BUSINESS CHANCES
FOR SALE —FIRST CLASS FOOL
room and restaurant, completely
equipped and located in a good to1* a
now doing an excellent business own
er must sell on account poor health.
Address
270
Dally Herald.
FOR SALE—LIVERY BARN WITH
full equipment, including automobile
f,lso
dray line In connection good
ocatlon: bargain if taken at once.
For lull particulars address Crummy
& Sillers, Calvip, N. D.
FOR SALE—FIRST CLASS HOTEL IN
North Dakota town with two railroads.
This is a money maker, but owner
must sell on account of sickness. For
further particulars address H. Burns,
0{hemee, N. D.
FOR HALEJ—THIRTY-ROOM HOTEL
with barber shop at Grafton, N. D. do
les good business money-making pro
position ill-health reason for selling.
Mrs. K. E. Bergquam, Grafton, N. D.'
THE ALBERT WEBER JEWELRY
store for sale. A nice established
business. Inquire of Mrs. Albert Web
er, East Grand Forks, Minn.
FOR RENT—STORE BUILDING ON
DeMers avenue. Good location for
any kind of business. Sullivan Bros.,
Bast Grand Forks.
CHIROPRACTORS
BAHLKE & BAHLKE
Chiropractors
Sprtrgs Block Flat No.-l
if. W. 860 Phones T-S. 487
DR. H. TlSDALE, CHIROPRACTOR,
Security Block: Both phones G. F.
CORSETS.
8PIRELLA CORSETS FITTED AT
8o. 4th St. phone N. W. 657-L.
WANTED—DRESSMAKING BY
day. Call 816-L Tri-State.
Advancement Ass'n.,
AGENTS. HELP—FEMALE
XNY"YOUNG
WOMEN CAN
STOCK OF
cars.
Sims
FOR SALE—MOTORCYCLE SINGLE
cylinder Indian $157 run 260 miles
free trial hurry. Address 272 Daily
Herald.
BOARD AND ROOMS
711
DENTISTS
DR. GEO. A. SWENDIMAN.
212-3 Widlund Bldg. Phone N. W. 137
Nitrous Oxide Gas Painless Extraction.
L. L. ECKMAN, DENTIST
8u!te 201-205 WldVund Block.
Both Phnnesr^M-J.
DRESSMAKING
THE
FARM LANDS
DON'T OVERLOOK THIS—IMPROVED
dairy farm new buildings, rjich river
bottom land good schools good mar
kets both rain and water transporta
tion mild climate will sell with or
without stock and give favorable
terms to responsible party. F. L.
Gordon, Clatskanle, Oregon.
120 ACRES EIGHT MILES 80UTH OF
Bagley, Minn., on good road close to
school, fair buildings good well first
class soil, lev*
timber, twelve acres field and about
one-
forty easily made prioe $16.00 one
thlrd cash, balance tin
No. 303 BemidJirMinnl1*
OUR 40-ACRB TRACTS IN CLEAR
water County, Minn., can be bought
on payment of $10.00 down, balance
$5.00 per month write for prices
also 34Q acres 11 miles from town
will exchange for other' property.
Box
Homestead Real Estate Loan Co.,
Grand Forks N. D.
SURE CROPS, GOOD TOWNS, AMPLE
railroads, splendid roads and churches
and schools: characterize the cneap
land sections 6t upper Wisconsin we
can give you all the facts. Wisconsin
1555
Fourth.
'•&•'
m,
feS-S
First Nat.
Bank Bldg., Milwaukee, Wis.
I WILL 8ELL ON GQOP TERMS
southwest quarter section 14 town
ship 180 range 62, for $18 per acre.
This land ft about fourteen miles
southeast bt Grand Forks. Address
H. E. Bowen, Wlftg. N. D.
FURNITURE
FOB BARGAINS IN NEW AND SEC
-.' ond-hand furniture, stove* and heat
$£"• *£t0 the Northwestern Furniture
Sti .Rajchtck & Tledeman^ 208 S.
Third St Phones 211-f
and pack fqrnltu
feathers renovaf
store furniture.
ones 211-L. We repair
ilture. Mattresses and
ated by steam. We also
CA8H PAID FOb SECOND HAND
stoves and furniture: Phone 80 and
ask for McKenale. 187 S. Third 8t.
FOR BALE—LARGE SIZE RADIANT
heme coal stove. Inquire ISO South
Third.
FOR SALE—BABY CARRIAGE AND
dresser. 614 University aye.
FOR. SALE—FURNITURE AT 802 NO.
FURRIER^
HAIR DRES3ING,
8adrelfow2 BUt,N *W.~»?8
HATTERS
..tor and
WOMAN IN NfeED OF
a friendly hand will find-it at the
Young Women's Christian Associa
tion at 414 DeMers avtnuft. Board,
lodging, travelers' aid, employment
bureau, baths, toilet, rest room.
DO YOU WISH TO BB A -CHIROPOD
ist? I treat corns, warts, bunions and
all foot troubles. Handle arches for
any side feet. Will lnstriict ladles or
gentlemen. If Interested_»efc Dr. J. C.
Anson, Clifford Annex, Grand
N. D.
Reeves Ave.
Forks,
WANTED—HOUSEKEEPER ON FARM
and to take care of Ave children. John
Fontaln. Call at Smlth ahd Sinclair,
East Grand Forks.
WANTED—COMPETENT^
general .housework.
GIRL FOR
family,
good wage*. Mrs. PrTce,1310 Unl
versity Ave.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework about September
14th. Mrs. J. Nelson Kelly, 821 South
Fifth Street.
WAffTED—A CAPABLE YOUNG Wo
man for housework one who can take
charge. Mrs. Chats. Lunder, 617 Cherry.
WANTED—DRUG CLERK HAVING
about one y'ear experience lady pre
ferred. Address 260 Daily Herald.
WANTED—A HOUSEKEEPER BY Wi
dower at once must furnish refer
ence. Address
274
Colton,
Dally Herald.
WANTED—GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK.
No dinners. M!rs. M. A. Hanson, 603
North Fourth St., or 1403L N. W.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR
general housework. Mrs. Martin J.
1024
University Ave..
WANTED AT ONCE—DINING ROOM
girl, cook and dishwasher. Apply Hotel
Antelope, Antelope, Mont.
WANTED—COMPETENT- OIRL FOR
general housework. Mrs. J. R. Pou
porc, 20 Reeves Ave.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. No washing or ironing.
120
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Mrs. M. C. Bachellor, 414
Woodland Ave.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework two in family.
Belmont.
Fifth.
319
North
Fifth street.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Mrs. G. J. Couvrette, 621
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Mrs. G. W. Tolds,
Third.
805
No.
WANTED—APPRENTICE GIRL, MAR
garet Lee, dressmaking Dept., Ontario
Store.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Mrs. Grassick, 621 South
WANTED EXPERIENCED CHAM
bermald at once. Hotel Dacotah.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL. MRS.
A. A. Hofto, 116 South 6th.
WANTED, IMMEDIATELY,
bermald at Palace hotel.
WANTED—DISHWASHER
umbla Hotel.
GIRL WANTED—CALL
Phone.
CHAM-
AT COL-
892 EITHER
HELP—MALE
WANTED—GOOD PRINTER FOR
country weekly to go in partnership
salary $65 month and share in profits
.$300 ca*h needed grand opportunity
write quick. AddresS 26$ "Dally Her
ald.
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WANTED
no canvassing or soliciting required
good Income assured. Address Nation
al Co-Operative Realty Co., V-1185
Marden Building, Washington, D. C,
MAIL CARRIERS WANTED—AVER
age $80.00 month Grand Forks exam
inations coming sample questions
free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 301-0
Rochester, N. Y.
CARPENTERS WANTED FOR INSIDE
finishing will pay big wages for good
mechanics steady work. Iver Kaabo,
Carbury, N. D.
WANTED—A No. 1 back-room man and
slaughterman at once. Walker Meat
Market, Grand Forks.
WANTED—GOOD LIVE BOY AT Pos
tal Telegraph office easy work per
HOTELS
Family European .. Transient
Finest Cafe in Northwest
HOTEL DACOTAH
Commercial Headquarter*
Roony^LOOJTj^^^Recentlj^Jhnjgroved.
HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR SALE—SMALL HOUSE CHEAP
if taken at once. Apply to John Brid
ston at County Treasurer's Oft|ce.
FOR SALE—NEARLY NEW, ALL
modern, six-room house on Cotton
wood st. W. G. Miller Realty Co.
FOR SALE—PROPERTY
wood.
Ave..
8,500—New, all modern house. Cherry
St.
For Rent.
86—-New, all modern store. 4th
•AU
flO—AU tn
i|0—AU mi
|18—r
Four rodm Hat. Kittson'Ave city
water, sewer, steam heat.
modern but heat
modern hut heat
$5—7-rootn house,
Cottonwood St.
$19—•
•room house
Second Ave.
$18—6-room house, modern but heat and
bath lone Ave.
$ 8—8 rooms, city water free. So. 3rd .fit
$18—6-room house, city water, Cotton
wood St.
S words S tlmea .28a
words times tl«
XI words a times..........lis
25 words Ulne......*...354
LADIES' TAILOR.
LADIES! I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
By remodelling your last season's
dresses and suits into the latest
style fashion decrees.
We also do pressing, dyeing and
dry cleaning.
JOE MANDEL.
The Chicago Ladles' and Gents*
Tailoring, Cleaning and
Pressing Shop.
218 S. 3rd—T-S 796-L. N. W. 718
KODAK FINISHING
HAVE YOUR FINISHING DONE
the Acme Studio. 115 North Third.
LAUNDRY
WANTED WASHING" AT HOME
clothes called for delivered. Call 426
Tri-State.
HIDES, FUR AND WOOL
GINSBERG BROS.
Hides, Furs and Wool
Grand Forks North Dakota
You will always find a ready market
for your hides, wool and sheep pelts.
Write for Prices and Tags.
LIVE STOCK
FOR SALE—MY REGISTERED BLUE
Belton brood bitch "Belton Bess" and
her litter of 12 puppies sired by "Pride
of Whltestone," a sensational field trial
winner: puppies Whelped July 31st,
and will be ready for shipment soon
nothing better in the state. Write for
prices, descrlptii
Michigan,
ions. J. L. Barney,
WILL SELL EIGHT OR MORE HIGH
grade Holsteln cows and heifers five
of them freshened since Aug. 15th
more to freshen later .also few high
grade holsteln bull calves. F. A. Welch
Granton, N. D.
for sale—English setter bitch
2 y, years old thoroughly broken
price $60. E. J. Densmore, 130 South
3rd Street.
FOR SALE—POINTER- DOG GOOD
ranger well broke, about'3%,tyears
old price $75. Address.-3jWDaSy Her
ald.
FOR SALE BEAGLE RABBIT
Hounds trained also puppies. Thos.
Griffith. Tailor, Grand Forks, N. D.
FOR S^LE—60 HEAD BUTCHER
steers grain fed. S. J. Dean, Crary,
N. Dak.
FOR SALE—HORSE. BUGGY AND
harness. Star Laundry, East. Grand
Forks.
FpR SALE—COW 2018 Skldmore ave.
LOST & FOUND
LOST—AUGUST
Water Spaniel with" rat tall. 8
Grand Forks
.22 COTTON-
HOUSES FOR RENT
WATCH GRAND FORKS GROW..
For Sale.
$ 2,000—A "quick-meal" restaurant in a
good railroad town, doing an all
cash business of $60 to $70 a day
has thirty-two beds. For sale on
easy terms.
$ 8.200—Good, seven-room house, mod
era but heat,
$10,000—New all
6iftth
W. KELSEY, V'
Kelsey Bloek.
FOR RENT—8-ROOM MO!
R5„r!S5S..*V?.
OrMtd roTk^ UlQD.
FOR RENT—8-ROOM MOI
$2$.00 7-room modern U«
room house. Fourth ave.,
Bendeke 4 Co.
Ave.
.« The
14, BROWN IRI8H
old. Notify a! M. "Bond, "621 ISTorth
Fourth street, for reward.
LOST—AUTO HOOD BETWEEN
Thompson and Grand Forks. Find-.
or return to Dally Herald or-S. Ter
cott -barn,- Thompson.
FOUND SEVEN
calves. O.
artment
phones
o. 4th St.
ern house, Reeves
near Round
$ 860—House and lot,
house.
$ 8,000—New, all modern house, hard'
wood floor
full baaeqr
per month.
St.
ouse,
wood 'floors, electrlo llght, gas
full baseipent $80 down and $80
$ 8,000—New, all modern house. Cherry
DESIRABLE
FOR RBNT—]
house. Near schOi
Apply Schave's restaurant, De!
IU Cpttttnwopd.
ia«
FOR RENT—ONf 7-ROOM HOUSE
»oi -KK
FOR RENT—7-ROOM HOUSE ALL
modern but heat Apply 218 Nc^th
7th. ,. t'."-
SPRING
HEAD
,ves. O. K. Loman R. R. No. 2
FOUND—BUNCH OF KEYS TIED
.with .green string. Owner may have
.same by paying for this- ad.
FOUND—TOP BUGGY WITH END
springs and broken pole. Call 831
'First Ave.
BIGHT COLTS STRAYED TO MY
place. John Jamleson, Brenna Town
ship.
LOSTp-BABY'S LOCKET AND CHAIN
initials a B. S. 1159-L N. W.
FOUND—BUNCH
Herald office.
GAS STOVE FOR SALE—INQUIRE AT
815 Walnut. Phone 1736L N. W.
FOR SALE—3-A FOLDING BROWNIE
Post Card film camera. Further In
formation upon request. 911 N. 4 th.
St. Phone if. W. 786.
FOR SALE—10 ACRES OF FODDER
corn. Standing or cut, «uad delivered
In quantities- to suit purchaser. Apply
to E. S. Kneeland, or call T:-Si phone
4941b
WILL SELL STEAM BOILER USED IN
my residence reason, too small for
site of house. G. R. Jacob!, Tele
ghone 88.
SAL&r-FIRE
Inc.
ern room in Kelsey
ern fiat, So. 3rd St.
proof Dlebold sat
Inohes Inside.
Blty.
AND BURGLAR
safe, 24 by 32 by 15
Snap. Moore Auto Co.,
MONUMENTAL WORKS
MONUMENTS MARKETS
W. R. Jack. Grand Forks.
V&UJTS
OPTICIAN
THOMAS PORTE
.. .Optometrist and OpUclan
^^orth^ourthJtreet^^Grfn£^orlts.
OSTEOPATHS
DRS. ORR AND MAY SANDERS
Eei
Suite 80V
Both Phones 841
ecurtty Block
Grand Forks
Physicians & Surgeons.
DRSl ^ITHBRSTINE JunD* WILSON
^uth^TO'titreet
DR. THOS. MULLIGAN
#ult« 204-6 Widlund Bloek
N.W. 303L ana-Kl T.-8- 487L and
DR,_
llund Block, Grand Furks
THE GRAND FORKS DAILY HERAl/D, TUESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2,1914.
DAKOTA'S GREATEST CLASSIFIED SECTION
DAILY HERALD
A Penny a Word a Day
Will Publish Your Ad in Beth the Morning and Evening Editions
MINIMUM CHARGE 25 CENTS
Phone 500, Either Line
Mail Orders IVlust Be Accompanied by the Cash
words 10 times 80e
10 words 5 times 10a
St words S times I0o
10 words 1' tune S0o
It you do not wish your uame to appear In yout AAd. put Dally Herald instead,
ber, and you oan call, or It you prefer we will mall you the replies.
(Physldang and Surgeons—continued)
DR. J. GRASSICK
Grand Forks. ..North Dakota
DR. JOHN D. TAYLOR
Physician and Surgeon
Office Over First National Bank
DRS. EKERN & MARSDEN
Specialists
Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat
Platky Blag. v. Grand Forks
DRS. SGGERKJk BENTZEN
Third St. Over Bfenner & Begg
Department Store
DR. G. j. GISLASON
Bar, E
Beare Blocl
AT
Specialist
lye, Nose and
!K, Over Lion
Throat
Drug Store
DR. H. G. WOUTAT
Physician and Surgeon
Office Union Blk. Both Phones 99
DR. H. H. HEALY
Physician and Surgeon
Office First National Bank Bldg.
H. W. F. LAW, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Improvement Block Grand Forks
DR. C. S. CRANE, SPECIALIST
Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat
Over Trepanier Pharmacy
Dr. A. Peake Dr. F. M. Peake
Homeopathic Physicians
DR. J. G. ARNEBBRG, SPECIALIST
Ear. Eye, Nose and Throat
Over China Hall. Grand Forks. N. D.
ROOMS FOR RENT
FOR RENT CLEAN, NICELY
furnished front room in modern
house on car line one block from
postoffice. 218 N. 4th St. Phone
246-L Tri-Sstate.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT IN
the Herald. Building by day. week
or mor.tb. Inquire at Herald
business office or Room 19 after
business hours.
SMALL NICELY FURNISHED ROOM
steam heat vand bator Close in. $7 per
month. Breakfast-, fed, supper if de
sired.- -407 "No#tt»
190J.
NICE CLEAN AND LARGE FURNISH
ed rooms modesn and steam heated for
rent by week or month gentleman pre
ferred. 628 No. 3rd St. N. W. 558.
FOR RENT LARGE FURNISHED
,ro&m In- steam heated flat over Av
hairfs Jewelry Store,15% No. 3d gen
tleman preferred.
FOR. RENT—DOUBLE: FRONT ROOM
upstairs also single room In modern
house 'four blocks from courthouse,
or 833 Belmont.
ROOM AND BOARD FOR TEACHERS.
School 'begins Sept. 14. Write or call
Secretary TBoard of Education.
FOR RENT—2 MODE:
housekeeping rooms
FURNISHED
,-eap. 1308 Uni­
versity ave. phone T-S 914-J.
FOR RENT—4 ROOMS AND LARGE
closet upstairs In modern house $10
per month N. W. 715-L.
ri*"
FOR RENT—LARGE
7
North 8 th.
Third.
OF KEYS. CALL
Miscellaneous—For Sale
SECOND HAND FILING CABINETS—
'we have some big values In second
hand Filing Cabinets. Write for de
scription and price. Stationery De-
V1VC- 9M»WUU«lf w*
is-Herald Pub. Co.,
FURNISHED
front room in all modern house. Call
814 South 4th St.
WANTED—i2 LADY ROOMERS AT 628
6th ave. $4 per week room and board.
Phone ^36»-R T-S.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED
rooms fpr light housekeeping.
318
FOR RENT—TWO HOUSEKEEPING
rooms. -'80S South Fourth. Alse rooms
for rent.
FOR RENT—NICE FURNISHED ROOM
with bath modern house. 716 So.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED
rooms, modern house. 411 Gertrude
Ave..
FOR RENT—FURNISHED DOUBLE
front- room ail modern. $17 North
3rd.
FOR RENT—ROOM S WITH OR WITH
out bpard. Mrs. McHaffle, 13 No. 6th.
FURNISHED ROOMS. AND HOUSES
for rent. C. F. Wlsner, 401 S. Third St.
FURNISHED ROOMS $1.00 WEEK.
Central hotel. Mrs. Lissle N. White.
FOR
room.
RENT—MODERN FURNISHED
I. 823 North Fifth. «42L T.-S.
FOR RENT—STEAM HEATED FRONT
rooms. Room 9. Opera Block.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS IN
modern house. 811 lone ave.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM. ALL
modern 814 North Fifth Bt.
FOR RENT—ONE DOUBLE
all modern.at 117 Walnut.
Herald.
EXPERIENCED
with all term
wants to manage
Daily Herald.
D*h Rtsni
ROOM
FOR RENT-i—MODERN' FURNISHED
room. 822. International Ave.
FOR RENT—LARGE FURNISHED
front room. .311 Walnut.
FOR RENT—FRONT ROOM DOWN
stairs. 40C Chestnut.
FOR RENT—HOUSEKEEPING
324 South 3rd st.
ROOM.'
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM. 813
International ave.
FOR RENT—MODERN
South 4th.
ROOMS. 621
MODERN FURNISHED ROOM. 808 NO.
SITUATIONS WANTED
YOUN*
GENTLEMAN WISHES WORK
at anything -have salesmanship abil
ity and office-experience city or coun
try. Address 273 Daily Herald.
WANTED—POSITION AS ASSISTANT
1st nearly four years experience
can- furnish references. Address 276
Dally Herald.
WANTED—RY MIDDLE AGED LADY
situation as, housekeeper or as com
~anlon for elderly lady. Address 348
ntJLt :\i,m-i
10 words 19 ttmes.-r.*...S1.00
20 words E times....$1.00
21 words 4 times. $1.00
10 words 2 times... $1.00
SITUATIONS WANTED—Cont.
WANTED—BY YOUNG LADY, PLACE
to work for room and board while at
t®ndlng school. Telephone N. W.
40JJ-L.
TWO LADIES WANT POSITION INT
cook car. 307 South Third, Grand
Forks. 1724L N. W.
expemenced stenographer DE-
flot8
p0ASij ln„rClty
way.
J.
-Tri-State
Office te Reg. Rear Central Hotel
WANTED TO RENT
WANTED TO RENT—2 FURNISHED
rooms all modern for light house
keeping at once. 271 Daily Herald.
WANTED TO RENT—THREE OR
four modern rooms for light house
keeping. Call 695-J Tri-State.
WANTED TO RENT—WANT ALL
modern house. Permanent tenant.
Call N. W. 663L.
Either Way.
(Los Angeles Express.)
Old Lady (irritably)—-Here, boy,
I've been waiting some time to be
waited on.
Druggist Boy—Yes, ma'am. What
can I do for you?
Old Lady—I want a 2-cent stamp.
Druggist Boy—Yes, ma'am. Will
you have it licked or unlicked?
Case of Gratitude.
(Kansas City Journal.)
"I gave five pounds to the English
militants. Case of gratitude on my
part."
"How was that?"
"They 'broke up a horse race in
which I had a heavy bet on a plug
that was a bad last."
FOR A TIME.
a
Ennuled Eddie—I hear Joey has
settled down.
Bert Bo—Yeh, de freight he rides
on won't leave de yards fer a week.
Monterey, Cal„ Aug. 29.—That he
killed Miss Helena Wood Smith, New
Tork artist, to save his own life Is the
defense. of George Kodoni, Japanese
photographer and cook, who Is in jail
3,
FARMER, FAMILIAE
machinery and stock
farih. Address
y,
244
PETENT .LADY 8TRNOGRAPHER
general.office experience, desires
iltion references. AiMtsss 177.Daily
4W.'
\mp\
George Kodool.
hare jtwattias trial *«&- a jnwder
1**
We will give It num.
or
anywhere in
—state. Address 253 Daily Herald.
SHOE REPAIRING.
.. THE shoe hospital.
Solland basement, 314 DeMers.
SEND YOUR SHOES TO KAMP
11ns. Repairs done quickly and well.
Best materials. 321 Kittson Avenue.
STORAGE
Household Goods Packed and
Panovltz Furniture and
M. w.
Xkf4'i
Stored.
Carpet Co.
TRANSFERS.
day MAKES A SPECIALTY
OF
handling heavy freight, hounehold
goods, pianos, safes, drayage. Large
storage warehouse In conntctlon.
Phone N. W. 837. T-a 837-L.
R. G. PERCY. DRAY ft BAGGAGE
Transfer, 304 N. 5th St. Phones 166L
TYPEWRITERS
NEW AND SECOND HAND TYPE
writers all makes: low prices easy
terms. The Remington Twp. Co.,
Grand Forks, N. D.
UNDERTAKERS.
s. H. ASHLEY 502 DE MERS AVE.
Ambulance in connection. Phones 2-L.
VETERIN ARIES.
DR. F. J. ANDERSON
Veterinarian—Phones 481
The Markets
Market Quotations.
9
Market quotations furnished by
E. Lewis A Col
MAY WHEAT.
ChU Minn. DuV
Open 1.23 1.22 see*.
High 1.23 1.22
Low ......1.201 1.211
Close .1.211 1.213
SEPTEMBER WHEAT.
Chi. Minn. Dul.
Open 1.101 1.14 1.16
High 1.11 1.14| 1.161
Low 1.091 1.131 1.163
Close ....1.11 1.133 1.161
DECEMBER WHEAT.
Chi.
Open
High
Low
Close
Mnn
....1.151
1.1BJ
....1.134
....1.141
Dul
1.16
1.163
1.14}
1.151
1.17
1.17J
1 1 8
1.17
ST. LOUia
May. Sept.
Open
Close
Deo.
..1-181 1.09)
1.10)
1.121
1.12|
KANSAS CITY.
May. Sept.
...1.14 l.Olg
...1.151 1.02|
Open
Close
Deo.
1.07
1.08
NEW YORK.
May. Sept.
1.17
1.19
Open
Close
Dec.
21
22
WINNIPEG.
May. Oct.
.1.21J
Open
Close
Dec.
1.14J
1.211 1.14J-I 1.14|
CHICAGO CORN.
May. Sept. Dee.
.79-783 .72
High .. ... .761 .81 .74
Low .. ... .73| .783 Tl|
Close .. ... .751 .801 .731-1
CHICAGO OATS.
May. Sept. Dec.
Open ..
... .64J—| .481 .51{
High .. ... .55g .491 .623-3
471 .611
Close .. ... .651-1 .481 .621
CHICAGO PORK.
Jan. Sept. Oct.
Open .. 22.62
High .. 22.72 ......
Low .. 22.45
MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT.
Dec.—Puts 1.121, 1.13 calls 1.19J.
MINNEAPOLIS CASH CLOSE.
No. 1 hard 1.23J
arrive 1.14g @1.163
No. 1 northern 1.153 @1.213
No. 1 nor. choice ar [email protected]|
No. 2 northern 1.103§1.193
No. 2 hard Mont, arrive. 1.10J@ 1.] 1J
No. 3 northern 1.083@ 1.17J
No. 1 durum [email protected]
No. 2 durum and arrive. 1.021.03
No. 3 yellow corn 74 .75
No. 4 corn 74 .75
No. 3 white oats 471 .47j
No. 3 oats
Barley, medium to good
Barley, fancy
Barley, feed
Flax
Flax and arrive
Rye and arrive
.43 .45
.59 g) .68
.68 .70
57 .69
1 58J @1.633
1 581® 1.621
88 .90
DTTLUTH CASH CXO«TC.
No. 1 hard 1.188
No. 1 northern 1.178
No. 2 northern 1.168
Oats, cash
47g
89
.90
.72
Barley 61
No. 1 durum 1.071
No. 2 durum 1.051
Sept. durum 1.07J
Dec. durum 1.101
Oct. durum 1.083
Nov. durum 1.09J
Flax, cash on track 1.593
DTILCTTf FLAX.
Oct. Sept. Nov.
Deo.
Open ...1.621
Close ...1.62 1.593 1.63
1.65
WINNIPEG CLOSE.
Oats, Oct B2J
Oats, Dec 52
Flax, Nov. 1.41
Flax, Dec 1.421
Chicago—Wheat No Liverpool
cables this morning.
Prices yesterday show an advance
of 1 penny. European visible shows
an Increase of 2,596,000 bushels.
Rains are reported in the Canadian
northwest. Southwest farmers are of
fering wheat more freely. We advise
purchases on declines.
Corn—Further rains throughout
the 'belt will benefit fall pasturage.
Cash demand is indifferent at the
moment. On any good decline pur
chases can he made with reasonable
safety.
Oats—Cash situation eontlnues
strong with a good export business go
ing on. Weak holders have liquidated
and the market looks as if it would
work higher.
"I Killed in Self Defense," Says
Jap Accused of Girl Artist's Death
charge. The body of Miss Smith was
found in the sand dunes near Carmel
by-the-Sea.
"I killed Miss Smith Wednesday at
midnight," said Kodoni in hie cell.
"I was at her home in the afternoon
and left there at 5 o'clock for Monte
rey. I had an appointment to meet
Miss Smith at the point where I kill
ed her, near the Septic tank, at 8
o'clock, and she arrived there at that
time. She brought with her some
lunch, including some flgs and pears,
and she had her steamer robe tied up
with heavy fish cord.
"I told her that I was going to Ne
vada with another woman to marry
her and then she got angry and start
ed to tussle with me.
"I saw an abalone shell near by
and picked it-tip, striking her on the
head with it. I did this to protect
myself.
"After this I took the fish cord that
was around her steamer robe and tied
It around her neck. I strangled her.
I was mad—wild. Then I tied her
feet. I sat with the body until it was
nearly daylight and then I dug a hole
and hurled her."
Though only a. cook. Kodoni pos
sessed esthetic tastes and culture that
won for him an entrance into exclusive
homes of Carmel. A talented photo­
grapher, he was received by Camel's
leading wttmeh artists and often called
to bring them photographs.
Soorea of letters found hidden in
his trunk reveal a startling corre
spondence which he carried on with
ao^ty^^mMjg-San Franci»co,
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PAGE NINE.
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WHAT (KM
NAMLWI
Condition Today is in Mark-*
ed Contrast With the
Late Developments.
Minneapolis, Sept. 2.—The wheat
market has held within much nar«
rower limits today than has been, th®
case of late. Prices fluctuated within
about a 2c range with the closing
quotations 6-8c lower than yesterday's
final figures.
The Liverpool cables received this
morning showed an advance of 1 pen
ny for yesterday's market, none re
ceived on today's market account''
closer censorship on messages.
Rainy weather in the Canadian
northwest.
SNOWS REPORT BULLISH.
Snow's crop report follows: Corn
crop 2,477,000,000 bushels or on gov
ernment acreage 2,490,000,000 bush
els. Spring wheat condition 66.9, in
dicating crop of about 220,000,00ft
bushels. Winter wheat 685,000,000.1
bushels. Total wheat 906,000,000
bushels.
Oats threshing yields 29.6 'bushels.
Total crop 1.090,000.000.
Old corn in farmers' hands 5.3 pep
cent or 131,000,000 bushels against!
274,000,000 bushels last year.
CARS RECEIVED.
Chicago Cars.
Wheat
Corn
Oats ..
.....
Close .. 22.50 20.00 a
Rye.
No. 2
No. 3
-I
T,
Tea*
Today. Cont. Estd. Ako.
134 17 185 410
358 141 857 692
344 97 344 615
Duluth stocks now total—Wheat 1,
199,000, increase 295,000 flax 2,256,-i
000, increase 1,000.
Grand Forks Markets
Wednesday, September a.
Wheat.
No. 1 northern .31.07,
1.04
..... .99
.89
83
...... .80
No. 2 northern...
No. 3 northern.. ..
No. 4 northern..
Rejected
No grade
Barley.
45 lb. ^bright.
48 lb. 'bright..
41 lb. bright..
37 lib. bright.,
?4
I
... .50
.48
.46
44
.78
75
Oats.
No. 3 white
No. 4 white
Rejected ...........
No grade
38
37
36
....... .35
Flax.
No. 1 northern
No. 2 northern
Rejected ..
No grade
$1.42
...... 1.39
1.34 I
1.29 I
Live Poultry.
No. 1 turkeys, per lb 1JC
No. 1 ducks, per lb 90
No. 1 geese, per lb 8o
Old chickens, per lb ,— ...10o
Spring chickens, per lb. lBo
Eggs.
Fresh, per dozen 2 lo
RANGE OF PRICES.
Yesterday's Quotations as Reported
by the Associated Press.
Cattle.
St- Paul, Sept. 1.—Cattle receipts
2.100 killers weak to 15c lower:1
steers $6.00 @9.00 cows and heifers
[email protected] calves steady, $6.00{g)9.-'
75 stockers and feeders weak, $4.75
37.2S.
Chicago, Sept. 1.—Cattle receipts
4,000 firm beeves $6.75010.90
steers $6.25® 9.36 stockers and feed
ers $5.50®8.25 cows and heifers $3.
[email protected] calves [email protected].
Hogs.
St. Paul, Sept. 1.—Hog receipts 8,-»
200 5c higher: range [email protected]:
bulk [email protected].
Chicago. Sept. 1.—Hog receipts 13.
000 strong to 10c higher bulkk of)
sales [email protected] light [email protected]
mixed [email protected] heavy [email protected]
50 rough [email protected] pigs $5.00@-\
8.2 5.
Sheep.
St. Paul. Sept. 1.—-Sheep receipts
600 steady lambs $4.00®7.25 weth
ers [email protected] ewes $2.00®4.75.
Chicago, Sept. 1.—Sheep receipts
30,000 steady to 10c lower sheep
[email protected] yearlings $5.4006.36
lambs [email protected].
An old bachelor says he figured
on taking a voyage on the sea of
matrimony at one time, hut fortunate
ly missed the iboat.
SIMILAR HARMONT.
Halsy—Listen to that man sat his
Soup, will you?
Woodbum—Aren't you aMUw? I
think it Is the trombone soloist in the
orchestra you bear.
Seed Rye
Ws have for sale a fins let of
sota No. 1 Winter Rye that has feesa
cleaned and graded and is ta 1
oondltlon (or seeding. This rye
originated by (be MlftnMota
ment Station, is Very hardy
heavy yisldsr. WWts tor
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