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ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
Attoraeys-at-Law.
ARCHITECT
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Architects
DAMers CMai Foflcs
,OLD E. WIN8LOW.
Wldlund Bid*.: Oram
ARCHITECT
•and Fork*
•,. W. J. EDWARD^ ARCHITECT
Automobiles & Motorcycles.
ATTENTION!
A fewbargains Hi used cars to
make room for 1915 models—
1 Deal Auto Truck, worth •1.000.
slightly used. Cash |B00
1 Four Cylinder Bulck with fore
doors,'electric horn and light*,
speedometer tend clock and otn
erwUe completely eqin|ijed
,1 "Little Si*"" Chevrolet 1813,
completely equipped, lh flrfit
class conditions... .Cash $800.00
1' 1914 Hupmoblle demonstrator,
value fl.800.00, six passenger,
electric starter add lights, In
perfect condition. .Cash $960.00
MONLEY & SMITH.
I
AUTO FOR SALE—SEVEN PAS8EN
ser auto, self-starter, 1914 equipment
for sale at less than half original cost.
Ifansen's garage..
WE HAVE A LARGE STOCK OF
slightly used and second hand cars.
Com* in arid look them over. Sims
Auto Co.
FOR SALE—CHEAP FOR CASH—A
•Seo automobile In good
Ape passenger Reo automobile In good
-gondltioniii|-Ad^jress^SSSriallj^g^ld.
BOARD AND koQMS
MRS. HURST'S FIRST CLASS BOARD
lng house, 608 Belmont Ave. 1317 N.
W.
8otel^85AND
:OGM BOARD—CHRISTIANIA
•week. Eighth and International
BUSINESS CHANCES
SHOOTING GALLERY
For Sale Cheap
It Is at Grafton, already set up
and doing: big business/ It Is a
mcyiey Utaker. Have other ousl
ness -In, another town which takes
all myi time^or •wouldn't sell it.
S. SUNDEEN
GRAND FORKS, N. D.
FOR SALE—GOOD 20-BOOM HOTEL,
furnished, no^r running and doing
RoodG.
"first .class" business on main
ne N. Ry., junction point, in new
Montana territory. Call or write Geo.
Morin, Balnville. MoQt.
FOR SALE—BJ-IRST CLASS HOTEL IN
North Dakota town srtth tW&rSjili'WdaL
This is a money RtMifr- 'BOT"
must Sell on account: of sickness. For
further particulars address'EL Burns.
Qmemee. N. D.
WANTED GOOD ALL AROUND
blacksmith to rent or buy shop In
western North Dakota town good
opening only shop in town family
.. man preferred. Wm. Dishon, Buford.
N. D.
MONEY IN WHEAT: WAR MARKETS
opportunity of lifetime possibilities
$1Q0 to,$500 on $10 investment. Write
Bankers Investment Co., Reserve Bank
Building, Kansas City, Mo.
FOR RENT—BUTCHER SHOP WITH
full equipment. Inquire. Mrs. F. V.
Cheney, 906 North Fifth St.,' or phone
1070L N. W.
NEW FIFTEEN-ROOM HOTEL
with bar In connection at Beaverton,
Mont., for $7,000.00 a snap. Horton
Hotel.
CHIROPRACTORS
BAHLKB ft BAHLKE
Chiropractors
WW0*"
DR. H. Til
Ijecurlty
Phones T-S. 487
... CHIROPRACTOR,
Mock Both phones G. F.
CHIROPODISTS
DO YOtf WISH
TO BE A CHIROPODIST?
I treat corns, warts, bunions and all foot
troubles. Handle arches for any size
feet. W1U Instruct ladies or gentlemen.
If interested see Dr. J. C. Anson, Clifford
Annex, Grand. Forks. North Dakota.
CORSETS.
AMERICAN QUEEN CORSETS. FIT
ted- Jean C. Taylor, 8. Kelsey Block.
•PIRELLA CORSET
fa 4th.St: ohone
'k
DENTISTS
Wltrous .Qyide Qas Palnlesi Extraction.
L. L. ECKMAN. DENTIST
Suite 201-20E Wldlund Block.
Both Phones Ut-J:
DRESSMAKING
IF. IN
or re
OF CHILDREN^ SEWING
ir work on clothes, phone 498
MSMVG FIR TIIE DAY. OR NURSING
Call Mrs. Myers. Bl ?-L Trl-8tate.
WANTED—DRE6^8MAKI^r
'G BIT THE
EXCHANGES
JBNAP. ON ONB or THE ttBSV 820
acre, firms in Cavalter Co., Moscow
4 township" will ta*6 In
„|,in Grand Forks up to si
per acre. For full information write
Mlnti
SARMXAMDS
lt o'o »|BSt ACflUD
^and Fori
FARM IA»»g (Continued.)
ai ». *_"••'.• •'.
8JO ACRES IMPROVED,, IN PEM-
close to tpwn.
balance crop
id
blna. county, N. D.,
Small cash payment,
payment plan- A bargain. Price am
terms on request.
ii
W, G. MILLER REALTY CO.
GRAND FORKS
A BAROA1N FOK SALE—160
LIMITED, ACREAGE, CALIFORNIA
jrnit land: suburbs Sacratnenta 76,000
people to exchange for Improved
$12.00 PER ACRE—FARM LANDSi
good soil, all tillable, qo improve
ments,- good investment, no trade.
Grow Clothing Co.,. Minot, N. D.
FURNITURE
FOR BARGAINS IN NEW ANt) SEC
ond-haud furniture, stoves and heat
.era, go to the Northwestern Furniture
Co. Rasohlck ft Tiedeman, 208 S.
Third St. Phones Jll-L. We repair
and pack furniture. Mattresses and
feathers renovated by' steam:'
CASH PAID FOR SECOND HAND
stoves and furniture: phone 880 and
ssk for McKenZle. 187 g. Third St.
FOR SALE—JEWEL GAS RANGE,
good condition, $6.00 also Oak daven
port, cheap. 407 North Fourth.
FOR SALE—FEW PIECES FURNI
ture 2 large rugs, Flat -6. Dlnnte
Block, phoije 7Z4-L N. W.
FOR SALE—COMBINATION SIDE
board good as new. Call l'.07-L N.
W phone.
FOR SALE CHEAP—A $27.50 gas range,
nearly new. Call 580, both, phones.
FURRIER
LET ME HAVE TOUR FURS TO RE
palr. or remodel before the busy /tear
son commences special prices 16:
years experience .will guarantee you
satisfaction H. Doi'oshpw, 117 S. 3rd.'
FURS—NOW IS THE RIGHT TIME TO
have, your furs made jand repaired at
special reduced prices. B. Fried
tlje Furrier
HELP—FEMALE.
WANTED—COMPETENT LADY BOOK
keeper one familiar with double entry
and general office work required posi
tion is for permanent employment in
one of Grand Forks retail establish^
ments. Wrlte.at once, giving length of
it
time Whe^e last ei
ary expected.
Herald.
of house. Address 324 Dally Herald.
WANTED—YOUNG LADIES Tb TRAIN
for nurses at the Sisters' Hospital. Ml
not, N. D. Apply to Mother Superior,
St. Joseph's Hospital, Miiio't, N. D.
WANTED—CAPABLE GIRL TO TAKE
care of a child 16 months old and help
with the housework. Mrs. E. P. Lar
kln, 681 Uhlverslty.
WANTED—TWO GIRLS FOB GEN
eral housework on farm wages $100
for 4 months each. J. J. {IcCanna,
Cando, N. D.
WANTED HELP IN HOUSE ON
small farm Northwestern 16S9, call
10. Mrs. Frank Morey, Bmerado. N. D,
WANTED—COOK AT ONCE $60.00 PER
month also general'girl $20.00 per
month. L. Crltes. Overly. N. Dak.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework good wages. Mrs. E. F.
Doran, Crystal, N. D
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. No washing or ironing.
120 Reeves Ave.
WANTED COMPETENT GIRL FOB
general housework. Mrs. T.' E. Barber,
809 So. 6th St.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR
feneral
FITTED AT 711
W. 687-L.
housework. Mrs. Begg, 1001
lelmont Ave.
WANTED—GIRL FOR HOUSEWORK
no washing.. Mrs. C. S. Marsden. 208
Reeves f.ve.
WANTED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Flat No. 10. Belmont ap
partipehts.
WANTED GIRL
housework. Mrs.
Franklin.
Chestnut.
price $40
r-"
D.
Lock Box 287 Grand. Forks,. N.
Ss
WANTED—A MAID FOR THE, COOK
Ing work in president's house, uni
versity.
WANTED HOUSEKEEPER FOR
farm four mew.' Address Box 116, Orr,
N-.D- ,. .. •.
WANTED EXPERIENCED WAIT^
ress. Chicago restaurant. 211 Djijiters.
WANTED—GOOD. OIRL FOR GENER
al housework. PHOne S40J Trl-Stste.'
WANTED
housework. S^olowSn Cheiitnut."
WANTED
housework.
two,,
maid*.
6IRJC, EOH GENERAL
Apply 409 South 4th.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. 722 No. $rd St.
ROOM
0. $rd.
Will
QUICK
McHtnry County at
acres land In
flO-OO^per .acre $800.09 cash ba|Moe^
First afipl'i
lt Address
lii.-i.!"' .acre #800.C~
$200.00
per year at
caht with the cash
No. 319 Daily Herald.
THE BEST LIVESTOCK REGION Ttr
day le _ln upper Wlaconfclh land Is
cheap, but steadily advancing. Write
us about it. -Wisconsin Advancement
Ass'n., 1J6E5 First Nat. Bank Bldg.,
Milwaukee.
1
imployed, age and sal
Address No. 330 Dally
ANY YOUNG WOMAN IN NEED OF
a friendly hand will find It at the
Young: Women"? Christian Associa
tion at 414H DeMers, avenue.. Board,
$2,50 PER DAY SALARY PAID LADY
in each-town to dlstribtrte free circu
lare and take .orders for concentrated
flavoring in tubes permanent position.
J. S. Zlegler Co. Chicago.
WANTED—HOUSEKEEPER BY A Wi
dower with two daughters golpg to
school a pleasant home for a mfd'lle
aged, respectable woman. Address 22t
Daily Herald.
GIRL AT
C8AMBER-
W A N E N I
Qreat Northern Cafe.
WANTED—GIBL6 SHRO*K AT
Troy SleatoMundiy.. r.
C06K At OlKBAt
'blthern Caff.
WANTM At 4H
WANTED C0MPEt«Nt 4?lftU
Muth 4th. ,'
-FANtBT atRL AT HOtBI
mmm
hSuuT
*or.-
tSlSunirp
words 5 Umea..........llo
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it words 3 times ••...Ho
II words 1 time •...Hi
MALE HELl?—Continued.
ATTENTION MUSICIANS WANTED
first class musicians for a concert
band must be .sober two cornetists
two-clarinetists two slide or .valve
"trombonists.... For. information write
to Mr. Paul Lutostanskl, Warsaw, N.
Pak..
LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE WANTEt)
no canvassing or soliciting required
.good Income assured. Address Ni
.. at. Co-Operative Realty Co.,
garden Building. Washington!
Rochester, N. Y.
WANTED—MAN AND WIFE BY THE
year on a farm with modern conveni
ences. John Donelly, Grafton, N. D.
-FIREMEN—BRAKEMEN STUDENTS—
$100-120 monthly send age postage.
Railway, Address 887 Dally'Herald.
MAN AND WIFE FOR- FARM STEADY
lob for the winter for.the right parties.
D.rP. McLafte, Lkrlmore, N. D.
EXPERIENCED TINNER. WANTED AT
once. Barnes ft Nuss Co., Grand
Forks.
aman,
HATTERS
HATS. MEN'B ft LADIES. CLEANED ft
blocked like ntfw. Wilson -Hotel Dacotah
WANTED—FIRST CLASS WINDOW
washer. Russell-Miller Milling Co.
WANTED—WAITER AT BLUE -LIGHT
restaurant, East Grand Forks.
FIRST CLASS BLACKSMITH.
Gllham, Forest River.
G. S.. Care Herald.
FOR.SALE—ONE OF THE BEST
built, best located and most modern
hoqies lp Grand Forks. Apply 862 Bel
mont Ave.
FOR SALE—FURNISHED COTTAGE
at Bemidji. O. J. Bai-n^s Co.
HOUSES FOR SALE OR BENT-
Fladland. Both phones.
Ave.,
FOR GENERAL
1. P. White, 411
WANTED —'GIRL' FOR GENERAL
housework. Mrs. G. J. Couyrette, iff
Belmont.
WANTED—YOUNG GIRL TO A8BI8T
with' housework In forenoon: call 428
^..'i.v}.../. W. a KELSBT,
Kelsey Block.
*M *S\
i'L*
atlon
V-11S5
D. C.
RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS COMMENCE
'$76.00 month 2,000 appointments
yearly sample examination auestlons
free. Franklin Institute, Dept. 801 R„
C. W.,
WANTED—NIGHT COOK AT COLUM
bla hotel.
HIDES, WOOL & FURS
GINSBERG BROS.. GRAND FORKS.
N. D.—You will always find here a ready
market for your hides, wool and'sheep
pelts. Write for prices 'and tags.
HOTELS
Family European Transient
-Finest Cafe in Northwest
HOTEL DACOTAH
'Commercial Headquarters
Rooms $1.00 Un. Recently Improved.
HOUSES FOR SALE-
FOR1 SALE—TWO HOUfeES. ROOMS
and bath, all modern except heat, on
50 foot' corner lot. Income on same
$600 per year: Price $5,000 cash. Mon
le'y &' Smith.
FOR SALEk—6-ROOM HOUSE NORTH
Fourth St. close In lot 50x140 city
water, gas, good barn easy terms
1430-J N, W„ or.address 320 Daily
Herald.
FOR SALE—COZY 6-ROOM COTTAGE
close in 1 block from car line,. 2
blocks, from school nearly modern.
-E. A.
HOUSES FOR RENT
WATCH GRAND FORKS GROW.
For Sale.
$ 2.Q00—rA "qulok-meal" restaurant In a
good railroad town, doing an all
cash bdslhess'of J^O.to $.70 a day
haathlrty-two be For sale on
easy terms.
$ 8,200—Good, sevenrroom :house, mod
ern b.ut heat, .So.- 4th St.
$10,000—New all modern house. Reeves
$ 880—HOUBO and lot. near Round
-house.
$ 8,000—New.
all modern house, hard
wood, floors, eleotrio light, gas
full basement $60 down and $60
per month,
$ 8,000—New, all modern bouse, Cherry
St
$ 8,600—New. all modern house, Cherry
"St. ,,
For Rent
186—New, alT
$10—All modern room Jn
ill modern store,
idern room in K«
FOR .RENT-
We wish to rent a 16-rooip build
ing suited for rooming house or pri
vate family'hotel. Tnr
m6derh and rooms
vate family' hotel,
mdderh and
For further
house Is all
,r* In good shape.
srh and roous are in good
furthir particulars call
JOHN BOE COMPANY
Both Phones TV 4.
FOR RENT—8-ROOM
Sand: garage at 4lt go.
ttrks, NTD. J. F.
rand Forks. Minn.
.. 8th St.. Grand
alg. Agent, Bast
FOR RENT—SIX ROOM BOUSE ON
Walnut St Call SOOL T-S or 717 Cher
rrst.
COTTAGE TO RENT ON MINNESOTA
avSnue. Cannot rent to people with
children. J. Nelson Kelly
FOR RENT—ONE IT-ROOM HOTFTB*.
modern except heat. Inquire $01 No.
th si thone 887 If. W,
EOR RKN^rOOOD 7-ROOM
60?Stf *W
th
806 Chestnut
SIX RobM HOUSE
modern Mat 14
1exoMt
loirs AH Store.
(tit
BALE-B. A.
th phones..
^ggm^JfXVE.ROQM
KODAK FINISHING
HAVE TOT
FINISHING
5
NORTH DAKOTA'S GREATEST CLASSIFIED SECTION
A Penny xt^Word a Day
Publish Your Ad in Beth it he Morning and Evening Editions
MINIMUM ChARQE 25 CENTS
jp ". 'i*
If yon do not wish your name to appear in your Ad. put Dally erald Instead. We will give it a num.
ber. and you can call, or lf you prefer we will mall you the replies.
LADIES'TAILOR.
DO not .throw your Garments aside!
For we can at a very little cost
REMODEL YOUR: COAT/
SUIT, OR SKIRT, INTO
THE VERY LATEST STYLE,
We guarantee ydu' perfect fit and
every 'satisfaction. Call, or phone
J. MANDELL,
The Chicago Ladles' Tailoring. French
Dry Cleaning, Dyeing and Pressing Shop.
218 S. Third St. T-S. 795-L: N. W. 618
S. Third St.
LIVE STOCK
FOR-SALE—HIGH GRADE HOLSTEIN
bull 10 months old price low If taken
at once also 100 hicrh grade Shrop
shire breeding ewes and lambs. H. A.
Strutz, Thompson, N. D.
FOR SALE—12 MAKES, 12 GELDINGS.
7 colts, ranging In weight from 900 to
1100 lbs.: Bargain for a quick sale.
Address 613 Fourth Ave.
BUY YOUR SAL-VET. THE GREAT
stock conditioner, at STcDougall's Feed
Store. Kittson Ave.: save freight.
FOR SALE—CHOICE, DUROC JERSEY
boars_from prize winners. John Kem
boars from prize wini
mer, Emerado, N. D.
FOR SALE—FULL BLOOD DUROC
Jersey boars. Chas. A. Mullan, Eme
rado, N. T$W.:'
FOR SALE—HORSE. BUGGY AND
harness. Star laundry. East Grand
., FOrks.
LOST & FOUND
LOST—FOX HOUN®: AND IRISH SET
ter, about lttmlles-N. E. of Key West.
Flijder retura^toV-^Ioe Jarvls, East
Grand. Forks lor, Reward.
LOST—BETWEEN fij-GRAND FORKS
and, Powell. one hobd for top of Ford
auto. Finder plette notify J. O. My
ers. T.-S. 681L?l|f
LOSTr—GENTLBM^.
gold watch on'Unl
return'to Dally
LOST—GOLD CUL
T.
s:-C.
S OBEN FACE
[erslty ave. Finder
aid for reward.
aid. .. ..
LOST,—HAND PA!
Return to Miss.
INKENGRAVED
urn to Dally Her-
Finder.
LOTS,
FOB SALEr^-TWO LOTS IN EAST
Qrahd^ Forks. Cement'sidewalk, water
and sewer. 334 Dally Herald.
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-
Both
irtment. Times-Herald Pub. Co..
phones B00.
FOR. SALE CHEAP—1 14-INCH 6-BOT
tort englne gang plow new this spring,
and 2 ten-ft. sections engine disc with
seeder attachments also new this
spring. P. A. Langlois, Oklee, Minn.
FOR SALE—ONE TWELVE FOOT 80
drawer Sherer Glllett counter coBt $65
new will sell for $40.00 used one year.
Box 689 Larimore, No. Dak.
WILL SELL STEAM BOILER .USED IN
my residence reason, too small for
sUe of house. G. R. Jacobl, Tele
phone 88.
FOR SALE—HARD COAL HEATER
used one winter. W. A. Morfefleld, 1616
Belmont.
NOTICE—ABOUT 30 YARDS OF DIRT
for the hauling. Apply 1415 North 3rd.
MONUMENTAL WORKS
MONUMENTS
W. R. Jack.
4 th St
$20—All mod«!tn flat, So. Sri
$16—Four room 3at. Kittson Ave city
water, *?wer, steam .heat
$25—7-room house, modem but heat
heat
Cottonwood 8t
$19—6-r.6om house modern but
Beeoiad Ave.
$18—8-room house, modern hut h6at and
bath lone Ave.
8 8—6 rooms city water free, So. 3rd St
$15—J^room house, dttr "tester, Cotton-
MARKETS VAULTS
Grand' Forks. N. D.
OSTEOPATHS
DRS. ORR AND MAY SANDERS
Suite 206 Security Block
Both Phones 641 Grand Forks
Physicians & Surgeons.
W. H. Wltherstlne
DRS. WITHEBSTINE
ielsey Blk.
3rd St
modern flat, So.
room St. Kit
W. C. Wilson
AND WILSON
Physicians and Surgeons
Offlces Over 20 Houth Third Street
DR.
Sulto
N.W. 808L and K:
THOS. MULLIGAN
204-8 Wldlund Block
T.-R 437L and
DR. A, A. WESTEEN, SPECIALIST
ar. Eye. Nose and Throat
HUM Block. Grand Forks
DR. ALFRED JDEAN
Physician and Surgeon
Oglces over Lion Drug Store
DR. J. GRABSICK
Grand Fdrka North Dakota
DR. JOHN D. TAYLOR
Physiol ail and ,Surgeon
Office over First National. Bank
DRS. EKERN & MARSDEN
Specialists
Ear,,Eye, Nose and Throat
PlatSy Bldg. Grand Forks
«. H. O. wotfTAT
and_iS«trgeon
ion' ones If
Office
DR. H. H. HEALY
^%l
^a&
8
lSS
^Bld«.
tt w.,r. LAWtit r.
ImprovemwtlSiocir ^SRSKd Forks
Bear?rAlc*j£' Over
"LIS? I^ugTj
Dh A.
AT.T,
pfmSr
tore
CRANE. SPECIALISE
•e, Nose aa&- Throat
DA J.O. ARNBBERG, SPECIALIST
OPTICIAN
.THOMAS PORTE
ptoinetrlat and
tt.onm
ROOMS FOR RENT
FO* RENT—UNFURNISHED ROOMS
for housekeeping. A£ftly/Ml Cotton*
'vn.^n,
kWA i, *-r
••!•-*'-v
Either Line
Mail Orders Must Be Accompanied by thfe Cash
I words to times EOo
10 words S times iOe
21 words 2 timet ..I0o
SO words 1 time SOa
1
WEDNESDAY EVENIN G, SEPTEMBER 23,1014.
10 words IS times.
20
wprds 8 times..
2S words 4 times..
School begins Sept. 14. Write or call
Secretary Board of Education.
FOR RfeNT—ONE OR TWO SMALL,
well, furnished rooms in modern
house. 1223 University Ave.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED FRONT
room. Modern. Mrs. Gilby, 621 South
Sixth.
FOR RENT—FRONT ROOM IN ALL
modern house suitable for one or two
ladies. 617 North 4 th St.
FOR RENT LARGE FURNISHED
il04nS0ruthm4th St.
South Fourth Street.
FOR RENT TWO FURNISHED
rooms at 311 No. 8th st.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM—
Modern. 710 North Fifth St.
FOR RENT—MODERN
rooms. .824 Chestnut.
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w-
$1.00
.....$1.00
81.00
10 words 2 times........$1.00
ROOMS FOR RENT—Continued.
FCR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS
also unfurnished rooms for light
North E^hth.
8trl°Uy ro°dMn'
Tri-8tate.
F°R.R|:I5T—SVITE
m0iern
FOR
ED BELT PIN.
ean. Ryan Hotel.
yvUujw.wi
SALE
w*
hi
FOR RENT—NEWLY FURNISHED
.front room in ^11 modern house, close
&•, Gentleman preferred. Call 317L
OF
ROOMTAND
ROOMS. FUR-
nished for bed room and study -meals
taken if desired. 317 N. 7th
BOARD FOR TEACHERS.
h°USe- Ca"
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM IN
a« modern house for two ladles. Ap
ply 816 Hill Ave.
FOR RENT—SUITE OF FRONT ROOMS
downstairs suitable for boys. 102
Chestnut St.
FOR RENT—LARGE MODERN FUR
gentleman preferred. 615
North 6th st.
FOR RENT—MODERN FRONT ROOM
downstairs. 405 South 4th 714-L Tri
state.
FOR RENT—ROOMS WITH OR WITH
out board. Mrs. McHaffle. 12 No. 6th.
FURNISHED ROOMS, AND HOUSES
for rent C. F. Wlsner, 401 S. Third St
FOR RENT FURNISHED FRONT
room upstairs modern. 411 Gertrude.
FOR RENT—MODERN FURNISHED
room. 323 North Fifth. (42L T.-&
FOR BENT TWO
rooms in modern house.
RENT—NICELY FURNISHED
front rooms upstairs. 602 N. 6th St.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS. 1100
University or phone 1330-J N. W.
FOR RENT—2
nished rooms.
ALL MODERN FUR
1113 Cheyenne ave.
FOR. RENT—DOUBLE FURNISHED
room modern. 617 North Third.
FOR RENT—GobD SIZE FRONT
room,, all modern. 702 Belmont.
pOR
RENT—NICE FRONT ROOM
strictly modern. 116 Chestnut.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED PLEASANT
rooms. 204 North Pth St.
?OR RENT—LARGE FURNISHED
front room. 113 Walnut
ROQMS FOR RENT: SUITABLE FOR
two. 118 N. Seventh St.
FURNISHED .ROOM FOR RENT—321
FURNISHED
FOR RENT FURNISHED
Call 1070L N. W.
T-
ROOMS.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM.
Walnut Street.
415
FOR RENT LARGE CORNER
room. Hotel Northern.
FOR RENT—2 FURNISHED
215 No. 8th St.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS.
North 8th St.,.
803
FOR. RENT—FURNISHED ROOM.
North 4th.
4oa
HOUSEKEEPING ROOM. 324 SO. 3rd at.
SHOE REPAIRING.
THE SHOE HOSPITAL—THE MOST
up-to-date shoe repairing shop in
Grand Forks parcel post paid one
way. J. Solland basement, 314 DeMers.
SEND TOUR" SHOES TO KAMP
lln'e. Repairs done quickly and well.
Best materials. 821 Kittson Avenue.
SITUATIONS WANTED
POSITION WANTED—BY A-l SEPAR
ator man and .steam and gas engineer
can run any make outfit wages thresh
ing 86.00 plowing, 40c per acre. I fur
nish plow tender references 6 years'
experience. Ben Swehla. Mayvilie, N.
ASSISTANT CASHIER posi
tion in country bank seVan years' ex.
perlence fn all its branches A No. 1
references married, age 30 years
weak German language. Address 332
Dally Herald.
WANTED POSITION BY YOUNG
married man preferable in bank have
6 years' experience In bookkeeping can
furnish A NOJ 'references and bond.
Address. 829 Dally. Herald.
POSITION AS MANAGER ON FARM
married man experienced first class
with men stock and Implements year
ly contract good pay. Herald.
WANTED POSITION BT SINGLE
man tO'plow in fall and care for stock
during winter reliable: best or refer
ence. AdareBs 32E Daily Herald.
WANTED—OFFICE WORK BY TOUNO
man stenographer. Can give good ret
erences. Address 800 Dally Herald.
EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER
would like to ran-set-of book's eve
nlnga Address »|7 D»qy Herald.
WANTED T6 WORK FOR BOARD AND
itoom while attending sohool. Address
S8# Herald.
WANTED—POSITION ST TOUNQ
WAOT®D—TO WDItft VOlt BOARD
and rootn while attending ftehtal. aoH
S at
900-L T-S. evenings.
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FTRNITORE PACKED -AND STOMBi.
NorthwesUrn Furniture Co. sot a-CML
Hoiaehold Ooods|[Packed and Stored.
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Market Quotations.
MAY WHEAT.
Chi.
Open
High
Low
Close
Minn.
SEPTEMBER WHEAT.
Chi.
....1.07J
....1.08S
1.07
....1.08}
Open
High'
Low
Close
Minn.
Dul.
1.071
1:07}
1.07g
1.07}
1.081
l.lOi
1.08J
l.lOi
DECEMBER WHEAT.
Chi.
... .1. Ill
1.124
....1.10
...'..1.111
Open
High
Low
Close
Minn.
DU1.
1.101
1.111
1.09|
1.111
1.101
1.1H
1.091
1.114
ST. LOUIS.
May. Sept. Dec.
Open .. ...1.15| 1.08|
Close .. ...1.161-1 .... 1 091
KANSAS CITY.
May. Sept. Dec.
Open .. ..1.10J 1 031
Close .. ...1.12 .... 1 04|
NEW YORK.
May. Sept-' Dec.
Open .. 1.17 1. 20
Close .. 1.18 1 201
WINNIPEG..
May. Oct- Dec.
Open .. ...1.181 1.09| 1 1U
Close .. ...1.19} 1.10} 1 121
CHICAGO CORN.
May. Sept- Dee.
Open .. .... .741 718—1
High .. .. .741-1 .79 72
LOW .. ... .731 .78 711
Close! .. ... .741 .78 71J
CHICAGO OATS.
May. Sept- Dec.
Open .. ... .63| 50—49]
High .. ... .53) .47| 501
Low .. ... .B2J .47 491-1
Close .. ... ,S3g .478 BOi
CHICAGO PORK.
Jan. Sept. oet.
Open .. 20.20
High .. 20.25
Low .. 20.12
Close 20.25
FURNISHED
706 Walnut.
MINNEAPOLIS WHEAT.
July—Puts, $1,094, calls $1.14|.
MINNEAPOLIS CASH
No. 1 hard $1
WHEAT.
.138
,10|@1.128
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,061(31.09i
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.011 @1.06|
.014
.994
.751
.761
.46
.45
.63
.65
.54
No. 1 northern 1
Regular arrive 1
No. 2 northern 1
No- 2 hard Mont, arrive 1
No. 3 northern 1
No. 1 durum and arr.. 1
No. 2 durum
No. 3 yellow corn ..
No. 4 corn '.
No. 8 white oata ....
No. 3 oats
Barley, med. to good.
Barley, fancy
Barley, feed
Flax 1
arrive 1
Rye and arrive
.741®
DULUTH CASH CLOSE.
No. 1 hard ...$1,124
No. 1 northern
No. 2 northern
Oats, cash
Rye
No. 1 durum ..
No. 2 durum ..
Sept durum ..,
Dec. durum ...
Oct. durum ...
Nov. durum
1.114
1.084
.461
.89
1.03}
1.01}
1.034
1.051
1.034
1.044
Flax, cash on track... 1.46
.90
DULUTH FLAX.
Oct. Sept. Nov. Dec.
Oipen .. .1.441 1.441 1.461 1.47}
Close ...1.46 1.46 1.481 1-491
WINNIPEG CLOSE.
No. 1 northern $1,
No.
2
ROOMS.
101
071
021
98}
884
82}
481
71
481
48J
241
261
29b
northern 1.
No. 3 northern I.
No. northern
No. 61 northern
No. 6 northern
No. 2 oats ....'
No. 3 oats
Oats, Oct
Oats, Dec
Flax, Oct i.. 1.
Flax, Nov x.
Flax, Dec
MARKET GOSSIP.
European visible supply: Wheat
Increased 3,264,000 bushels for the
week.
Italy and the United Kingdom wi'l
undoubtedly show a fair Increase -n
acreage, If .the weather permits.
Germany-Austria—CYjf will suffer
greatly owing to scarsitv of labor ond
economic condit'ons are bad :n all
agricultural 'centers.
TRANSFERS.
MJW.DAY MAKES A SPECIALTYOF
handling heavy freight, household
goods, pianos, safes, drayage. Large
storage warehouse In connection
Phone N. W. 887. T-S 887-L.
R. O. PERCY, DRAY A BAGGAGE
Transfer, 304 N. 6th St. Phones 186L
TYPEWRITERS
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT—REM
lnfton. Monarch, Smith Premier, vis
ables. Liberal rental allowance ap
plled lf you purchase. Remington Twp-
Co.. Grand Forks.
UNDERTAKERS.
«. H. ASHLEY. CO* DO MERS AVE.
^AGBULANCEJIREONNMTLOGJJPHONEO^
VETERINARIES.
DR. F. ANDERSON
Veterinarian—Phones 481
One# A Res. Rear Central Hotel
WANTED TO RENT
WAITED" TO RENT—THREE TJN#tfiU
ntshed rooms for middle ased cousla
Mitst have gas. Call i75L?Trt-State.
WANTED TO BUY
im
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PAGE NINE.
WHEATaOSES
4
Dul.
..1.17J
.1.198
..1.17
1.19|
1.161
1.18J
1.161
1.181
l!l8i
1.16ft
1.18k
Turned up at the Opening*
Weakens, and Then Ral
lies Again.-
at'.}
Minneapolis, Sept. 23.—December I
wheat closed 1 [email protected] higher, Sep
teraber wheat lc higher, May'wheat 1
1-I6c higher.
The wheat market was fractionally
higher at the opening and then turned
easy. December selling was down to
109 6-8. Support came into the mar
ket on the decline and a sharp upturn
then was recorded, December' closed
at 111 7-8, which is the point of tb*
day.
Clearances of wheat and flour wers
reported as equalling 1,209,000 bush
els.
otj
The European visible supply
wheat shows an Increase of 8,264,0001
bushels for the past week.
BROOMHALL GABLES.
Liverpool—Weakness in American I
cables yesterday, large American and
Canadian receipts affected sentiment
during the early trading and there
was some disposition to akait lower
prices but thei speculators purchased
freely and with offers light the under
tone became very firm from, the de
cllne. Posting of future values hera!
have been withheld for a lew days.
Corn—Corn was inclined lower
with more liberal plate offers and tho!
declining tendency In plate spot.
CHICAGO MAKKKT.
Chicago—A decline of l-4c in cash
wheat prices as compared with th*
December was a feature of the Chi
cago sample market. Demand for
cash corn In the sample market was
fairly good and values were un
changed here. Cash sales were 40,
000 bushels and to exporters 100.000
bushels wheat, corn 106.000 bushels
domestic, oats 160,000 bushels domes
tic and 500,00 bushels to exporters.
St. Louis and Kansas City reported
sales of oats to the seaboard export
ers, but gave no quantities. Baltl-1
more reported 30,000 bushels of oata
sold for export.
CORN OVERSOLD.
The Chicago Herald says: A food
deal of short corn has been put out
In the last few days bv local traders
and the bull element last night said
that the market was oversold. They
look for light country offerings of old
corn and for domestic consumption
t0„.ta£®
45i»
.43
.64
.63
.50
.421 @1.471
.42 @1.47
.89 .90
care of aJ1 the old
corn that
Will be marketed from now on.
BULL SIDE STALE.
The Chicago Herald says: The Im
pression prevails among many of the
local traders and commission houses
that the bull side of Krains has crown
stale for the moment. War news and
export news has been the leading bull
factor for nearly two months. The
public has dropped out of the market
to a great extent within the last week.
Commission houses have been doing
the largest business. They say the
buying power from the outside has
materially decreased. The •war' Is eat
pected to last a long time and while
the situation is bullish, the technical
position is regarded as rather bearish
for the present.
CABS RECEIVED.
Chicago.
Wheat
Corn
Oats ..
Ttar
Today. Cont. Est Ago.
646 146 648 {g
103 41 109 864
326 68 325 183
Winnipeg.
Today. W'k Ago. T'r Ago.
Wheat 1120 1220 1127
Oats 154 85 159
Barley 27 24
95
Flax 28 3
Grand Forks Markets
Tuesday. September 32.
No. 1 northern
No. 2. northern.
No. 3 northern.....
No. 4 northern
Rejected
No grade
Barley.
45
43
41
37
lb bright.
lb bright,
bright,
bright.
Rye.
No. 2
No. 3
Oats.
No. 3 white.
No. 2 northern.'".........
Rejected
No grade ..-
Flax.
No. 1 northern..'.
No. 2 northern
Rejected
No grade
Live Poultry.
No. 1 turkeys, per lb....,
No. 1 ducks, per lb
No. 1 geese, per lb
Old chickens, per
Spring chickens, per lb..,
EKies.
Fresh, per dozen
Skewis Grain Co.
(Bonded to State of Minn.)
Consign one car of
Wheat or Barley to us.
You will ship us more*
^624 Flour Bxchtap,' '-J:
Minneapolis, Mlmi.
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