WXDNWJDAt, APRIL 11* 1906.
*|W$ Alttl HOTtS OF BPOBT.
•', v4 %.••• •'•••, .ee.eVeS.
,' Cleveland team want* to bet
"flMWO.t*r*th Jimmy Collins thfct toot,
beat the Boaton team out for tbe flag.'
•f i/ 5,Jimmy aaya make It $100,000.
Hahn, the Olympic champion
ffOS'.'V'"PrtetoP,. ia no longer a Badger, his
^parents having removed from Dodge
!,*f vtfle, Wis.,' to Freeport, 111., which
f^-j'towii will hereafter.be their home.
According to Spttng "dope" the
Giants will be IT again this, seasbn
in toe National league, while the Amer-
iCZl^XUsui league clubs will have hot
tor the pennant.
The competition is expected to be
pclose at the annual show of the South-
western Kennel club, \wlilch opens in
Iios Angeles today. The entry list Is
«, large and of an- unusually high class..
James Cole of Kansas City is to judge
si "Pink" Hawley is managing the La
Crosse, Wis., team again this season.
"Pink" won the pennant in the Wis
consin league last year.
Baseball players of the City of
A four-club baseball league has been
organized in the Dominion, compris
ing Montreal, Quebec. Three Rivers
and Levis. Montreal games will be
played when the Eastern league team
is away from home.
The Chicago Nationals are a gen
uine German outfit this season, while
the Philadelphia Nationals are Irish
from manager to bat-boy.
ADVERTISING SWINDLES. ||fj
Sene Amusing Experiences ef Persons
Answering Fake Ads In Cheap
A man who answered advertisements
in cheap "story papers" has had some
interesting experiences. He learned
that by sending one dollar to a Yan
kee he could get a cure for drunken
ness. Sure enough he did. It was to
"take the pledge and keep\it" Later
on he Bent fifty two-cent stamps to
find .out how to raise turnips success
fully. He found out—"
fibres Good Advire t» High School
PupllS in an Eloquent Address.
During his visit in FoSBton recently,
May-zhuck-ke-ge-shig, hereditary chief
of the Minnesota Chippewa' Indians,
favored the high school with his
presence and also, upon request, ad
dressed the scholars briefly but most
Chief May-zhuck-ke-ge-shig (Lower
ing Day" in the English interpretation
is without question one of the nohlp.st
representatives of his race living in the'
state at this day., Although 76. ynars
ojt age, his faculties remain unim
paired and hi.B memory' of the imporr.
ant events of half a centruy Ago or
more is remarkably clear. Always
active in working for the welfare of
his people, the venerable chief has
been a strong factor as a-promoter
of peace in years gone by and was onu
of the foremost members of the delega
tion from his people who went to
Washington many years ago, "buried
the hatchet" and gave pledges of per
petual peac&. The length of the period
or his usual, activity can better b9
appreciated When it is known that his
first mission to the nation's capitol
brought him before jtbe Jllhistrious,
"Great Fatfter," Abraham*/ Lincoln.
Since then he has made many Journeys
to Washington where he haa always,
commended respect and attention.
His address to tbe high school, al
though entirely Impromptu,
he .can make.use of .his learning, and
lor that reason he earnestly urged the
scholars to acquire a good education,
ithlle they were TOung and could atr
He was vfry\ much Interested in
school work. This was 'ea'ly.no vew?
thing for him for he had taken an ln
teqest In schools: for many years,. and
this clqslng admonition to his atten
tive audience wis for' them to securer
all the learning-possibly while they
BAILWAT OFFICIAL WEDS.
imilltil Ptmm «e Tte jfcven|ac .'jlSMis''
8t Jrihn,N. B„ Aprilll,—Charles^.
IfcPheriKin of Winnipeg, generaf pas
iengef agent of the e8tern dlvlston
Qf thS Canadian PaclSc rallway. was
married here' todayr t° Hief JoSle*
Troop, daughter s' fibwalrd ©. 'Troop
4t this citK The oeremony was '—L
ricovare to engage in a bull fight In
the near future to wipe out their in
debtedness.' We have a lot of bull
(con) fighters up here who ought to\do
well in the ring.
of the tops and piiU." 'Being young,
he wished to marry, and sent thirty
four one-cent stamps to a Chicago firm
for information as to how to make
an impression. When the answer
came it read, "Sit down on a pan of
dough." It was a little rough, but he
was a patient man and thought lie
would succeed. Next advertisement
he answered read, "How to double
your money in six months." Ue was
told to convert his money into bills,
"fold them,", and he would Bee hit
money doubled. Next he sent tor
twelve' useful household articles and
he got "a package of needles." He
was slow to learn, so he sent one dol
lar to find out "How to get rich."
"Work like the devil ana never spend
a cent'* .And that stopped him, but
his brother wrote to find out how to
write a letter without pen or ink. He
was told to "use a lead pencil." He.
paid one dollar to learn how to live
without work, and was told on a postal
card to "Fish for suckers as we do
Opening his speech the chief referred
!back to the first time he visited this
^particular part of the country, 49
Years ago. Then there were no white
Jpeople' and none of their dwellings,
'and he was happily astonished at the,
grand building Fqpston had provided''
as an institution of learning. In his
^boyhood days he ha4'-not enjoyed the
•-privilege of a school-like this! in fact
^the. method of bis education was en
fVffltirely different frpm that given to boys
if^pand girlfcnow. As. soon1 as be was old
^Senbugh to .pull the trigger of a guS
^|his schooling began—hunting fame, or
I] going out with the warriors. After
|lhe had' learned the ways of hunting
and warfare it1 was very gratifying to
tejvfibim at that time. Sometimes he
'•T3-brought home,game, and on several
ra occasions he returned wlitli scalps but
& now that he is old, all his early 'edttca
tjon'" is useless tohim.
ti% The white man's education is much
better, for the older be grows the more
If. you wafht to buy or mil
If you want help or want employment
If you Want to sell your bouse
If you want nnythlnd
COUNT THE WORDS tN THIS PARA
grapb: then write your advertise*
ment.ln Ue same number of worda,
Miflt will cost .you Si cents to Insert
under thl» headlnc 1 day $1.00 a
week M.OQ per month. ,v
WANTED—BOYS TO CANVASS FOl
Tne Bveninv Times In every town ir
'fa and Nortbw«»tern Mlt
neaota srood pay to
dresa Tne Evening
orltft. N. D,
YARD MAN AT HOTEL.
WANTED TINSMITH. AT ONCE
Hteady Job to right man. Anply to
Mercer & Lavln, Langdon, N. I.
PHTSIOIANS AND SUROEONSi
JOHN FAWCETT, M.A., M.D.
DUBASBS OF WOMEN AflD
Over Stanchfleld Store Phone 861
DR. J. GRASSICK
OfBee Nerth western Boll ding
Corner DeMers Avenue and Fourth 8t
S. W. RUTLEDGE
Physician and Surgeon
128 & Third 8t Grand Forks, N. D.
Ingalls House Annex
AH Kinds ef Ladles' and Gent's Cloth
tag Cleaning and Pressing.
N. W. 661L Tri-State 416R
WORKING DAT AND NIGHT
First Class Cleaning, Pressing and
D. BOOBES, Prop.
H. W. 7ML Tri-State 767L
eor. Kltcson Ave and Third St Grand
Forks, N. D.
j' ,' (You Know Fred)
THE EXPERT SHOE REPAIRER
Your Work Solicited.
8 4th Bt^S.
F. E. R0RKE
In (ir'and Forks Music House
PHONE BICE'S TRANSFEH
OB HACKS, DAT OR NIGHT AND BAG
OAGK WAGQN8 AT ALL HOURS.
ZtZZZlZr- PHONE 602L
THp ladepsaleat Hans.
Isctaria^ sad Whoi Male Is
•tilstioms thai sialics the
City ol (triad Forks the,
•ssl iasMiss 1a the North*
impressive and entertaining for 'al
though stoical- and sedate in his de
meanor as becomes a representative
of his race, he is Jovial in disposi
tion and frequently interspersed his
remarks with a "funny story" all his
own. Prof. J. W. Carl. his nephew,
accompanied him and ably interpreted
AMERICAN BOTTLING ASS\.
Importers, Manufacturers and job
CAIC0NATBD BIVEM6B4. CK EKS, HALTS
sad NGlAli WATEKS
fDrink PBRPBOTO MAI.T," a health
ful, refreshing beverage, bottled by us
fined forks, No. Dsk.
H. J. MONLEY
Msfl Orders filled Grsad Peiks. D.
Guarantee Stock Food Company
Capital Stock, $^0,000
Hanufacturera of Stock Food, Poul
try Food, Worm Powder, Lice Killer,
Heave Curo. Pink Eye Remedy, Fever
Gall Cpr* Foot Kem-
Cure. Coiio Cure.
edir and White Unlment
GKAND FORKS, If. D. 'c-r
McGOEY & HANRAHAN
••pair Work Promptly Attended to
Office 10-& 3r St.
Bethfhoaea 528 Leave Orders
Kew Staaip Danpellers.
By .Wtsi K.
Washlngtbn, D. G-Mjirll'-Il
seutative Qroiina today^eco
the appointment of .X. f0*ll' to. be'
postma|ter «t Haseltra^ vlba W. P.
postmaster ats De^ore.•:*'•••
.Thesfe, appointments to. pbttniaster
'ahipK to :'lwm:Jiliikbt»/Vera^inade Aa
da*: tHMU1 8.' Hlllman Burwlck
Wil|iai^ S, Aow«t?G^ys, and Anton
•stabliahM at Smishex, Ward count
COUNT THIS WORDS IN THIS PARA
inpb: then write jrour advertise
ment in the same number of words
and It will cost you cents to insert
"It under this heading 1 day 11.00 a
^week 13.00 per month.
and apprentice girls. Apply at once.
The Famous Millinery Co., 25 South
ATTORNBYS AT LAW.
R. M. CAROTHERS
•0 ATTOBNET ATAAW
National Bank Building t^
TENTS AND AWNINQS.
TENTS, AWNIKGS, SHADES
Waterproof Covers for Harvesters
Threshers and Grain Stacks
Cor. DeMers and Fifth.. Grand Forks
Kinst, H. ».
R. H. Bosard. Gea V. Ryerson.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT
Koliall, Jf. D. Lm Meek, Htaot, IT. D.
A. C. REINECKE & COMPANY
CllSerd BalHlif, Gr»S Ptrka.
Both Phone* 008.
TBI EVENING T1ME8, GRAND
AAAn the BBST,
We have the
ota. we print
BUT we charge LESS.
reputation ot being
printers in North Dakota.
FIGllR&S* everything. GET OUR
era. We BUY and SELL new and old
machines. We sell ALL kinds of TYPE
WRITER PAPERS at to LESS
THAI AMY OTHER HOUSE In North
Dakota. Write for price list
Ins agents tor the famous Melllnk
Safes for FARMER, FROVESSIOKAL
man and BUSINESS man. Absolutely
BROADEST GUARANTEE 4 FIRE,
WATER .and .DUST proof. Agents
wanted. Write for 1 catalogue.
WhoIeHle faraitare Piaaos, Carpets, Sewia^
Hichiaes, Beak sad Oilice Fsraitsre
lZS-m-in Seath Third St.
Grand Forks, North Dakota
6RJWD FORKS TRUNK INS BOX FACTORY
i. I0SS, Proprietor
RUNKS. RAGS AND VALISFS
Sample Trunks and Cases Made to
Order. We make anything In Our Line.
Repairing Done on short Notice.
Bath Phepea MN* 817 S. TkM St.
In tha only
That hss ssbed the [pieUea
I Oiaaer, Da% 28c
It Yon Coase Tomorro^
-Yd* will Coma, Naxt Dajr"
Hatheson & Kpenii
VANTBD—MALIB HELiP WAMTBD—rBMAUB. FOR BALK. POSITION WANTHDJ FOR RUNT.
COUNT THE WORDS IN THIS PARA
graph: then write your advertise*
mpn, weo wriiti your 1
ment in the same number
and It will cost you St cents to Inse
it under this heading 1 day fl,00 a
week^ 18.00 per month.
FOR SALE—600 BUSHELS BURBANK
Sotatoes. SO cents a bushel. Logan's
afe, DeMers aVenuc-
and Superintendent of Censtraetion
lftS. Third St. Grand Forks, N. D.
R. L. SMITH
Both Phones National Bank Building
Northwestern Building, Grand Porks,
N. D. Northwestern Phone 466L.
GRAND FORKS MONUMENT
R. JEFFREY, Proprietor
Monuments* Headstones, Cemetery
Tri-State 292L 424 DeMera Ave.
Grand Forks, N. D.
For sD Iiais ol Julr, Couiatl| tl
Scisp boa. Capper sal Braw, 0M
lahker Boots sad Shtii, Bali ol all
liafa aid BoHhs.
Special Price for Car Load
N. W. Pboae SIM
Minot, N. D.
ADS1 UNDER THIS HEADING WILL
be inserted 1 week without coat.
If you are out of work or want to
change your occupation, send In your
copy, or 'phone 84, both 'phones. Re
member, wants under this heading
AN ALROUND PRINTER AND NEWS
paper man wants position. Capable
of taking full charge of business,
mechanical and editorial manage
ment of weekly, or reporter on city
daily. Address A. B„ care of Evening
WANTED—POSITION AS BOOKKEEP
er by young lady who la now holding
like position- in big wholesale house
In St. Paul want to locate somewhere
In North Dakota beat of refer
ences: moderate salary will be ac
cepted to begin. Addreir R., ear*
The Evening Times.
ROOM GIRb. AT
WALL PAPER AND PAINTS.
K. H. JOHNSON
WALL PAPER AND PAINTS
Paperhaningr, Sign and Fresco Work
..Both Phones 833N
106 4th St 8...
Dors' EXCHANGE COLUMN
Boys, who are natural swappers, can
use this department for the exchanffa.
or for sale or want ads. If you have
something to exchange, or to sell, write
The Evening Times, describing what
you have and what you want, and we
will Insert an ad two times for 10
cents. Enclose the dime In your letter
PETERSON & PAULSRUD
Portrait, Commercial and Landscape
Phone Tri-State 391L. 200 8. 4th St
Grand Forks, N. D.
H. F. Maloney
AND GAS FITTER
Estimates given on all Plumb
ing and Heating Contracts.
attention given to re
pair work. Shop318DeMers
Avenue. Both phones 408 M.
tatouypart rf OaSutNkSrrita to bim.
COMMERCE OF OUR CITY
When improvement in business conditions warrants a
community declaring its prosperity to the world at large
for the purpose of increasing general confidence, it is fitting
that the representative commercial interests of that com
munity may become known abroad the great Northwest and
thereby enhance the value of its progress.
Therefore we desire to proclaim through the following
pages daily, that there has been rapid improvement in
busmess^conditions in Grand Forks and that today no city in
the Northwest san offer present advantages or future pros
peots to manufacturers, investors and home seekers thai are
more attractive than those offered by the City of Grand
Porks, North Dakota.
GRAND FORKS. N. DAK.
the Host Cpaiplete sad UHo-Date Caady Factory ia the Northwest
C. F. WISNER
Feed Hllb, Aennoter Wiatheflls, 6*soU«e Ea
iiaes, Frnlrst St»»« Eafiaes, faapst
Aeraotor Extras, Peerless Ste*si liows
Grand Forks, North
"Want ad. gumption" is not a sixth
sense—it is a sort of art of living with
least annoyance, least fretting,
He—''When I ^as -small I was a
most extremely Intelligent child."
She—''Yes.- How very unfortunate that
you should have growti up!"
Caller—"Do you believe a child in
herits the mental qualities of his par
ents?" Mr. ModdeBt—J'Weli, my little
boy makes some very brilliant remarks
Newlywed —"Why, I never though ot
saving until 1 got married. Bachelor—.
Rasmnssen, Bemis & Company
Dry Goods, Notions. Etc.
G|AND FORKS N. DAKOTA
'^The ^ife of a loafer Isn't yorth lir-
After all, a great man is only a little
boy grown up,
''And do you now?" Newlywed—"Oh,
yes. Indeed! I am coimnually think
ing hpw much I might save if I wasnt
One never tealizes how ignorant
some of our leading cltisehs are until
they are hauled up to testify before
an investigating committee.
Music may be the food of love, but
,after marriage there is apt tojxs a
|emand tor liter and bacon.
COUNT THE WORDS IN THIS PARA
graph: then write your advertise
™ent 'n.the same number of word%
ud It will coat you 8t cents to Insert
Jt under thla heading1 day 11.00 a
week 18.00 per month.
FOR RENT—THREE ROOMSL UP
stairs modern furnished or unfur
nished. Apply to 81 North Fourth
ROOM AND BOARD.
COUNT THE WORDS IN THIS PARA'
graph: then write your advertise
ment In the same number of words,
and It will cost you 2S cents to Insert
It under this heading 1 day (1.00 a
week |3.00 per month.
BOARD AND FURNISHED ROOMS
for gentlemen: gas and bath. Apply
at 820 North Fifth street
French American dressmaking
school. Up to date dressmaking and
ladies' tailoring. Good inducements
to apprentices who enter now. Day
or evening sessions.
130 S. Third St. Phone N. W. 367M.
Houses For Rent
Property For Sale
B. Bs Jackson
N. W. Phone, 178L
G«t year loaches here
s: waiting fear your trains::
Open Day and Night
0SCA1 KWUDSON, frop'r
Bates: SI and 81.25 per day
GRAND FORKS, N. DAK.
Opposite G. N. Dnot
FLOUR AND FEED.
The City Feed Store
DOWNEY A PFXVEB4PB0H,
Flour, Feed, Hay and
Wood of All Kinds
H. W. PHOHS EH
»~u" on Walnut street. Back
plastered. Easy terms. N*. le.
COUNT THE WORM 1* TSDDI PJ
graph: then write
ment in the aai
and It will coat
it under this ne.<p></p>Sag
week 18.00 per
THE EVENING TZMBg HANDIM
all kinds of office and bank Oxturea
and supplies and wants to
OF HUT MS
A SPECIAL RATE OF
Will he made on a space this stse
der this kaadlas,
MNkist an get seasdla hy
Two or three cheap quarter sections
FRED 6. WELLS ft CO.,
Grand Forks, N. D.
Some Decided Bargains in Lots
$200—For 3 lots on Euclid Ave.
$150—For a choice lot on Oak St
$300—For two good lots back of Wil
der school.' A snap.
$ 75—Each for lots on N. 6th St
lot on 4th Ave. be
tween Reeves and Belmont
Talk with THOMPSON.
0. J. Barnes & Co.
ALL MBS Or "i
field and Garden
Gaaraatced. Tkt pricaa wil
ke ri^hl. son Wi'ils at
GRAND FORKS. N. D.
B. J. KEELEY BOTH PHONES 332 J. W. BU1GESS
GRAND FORKS REALTY CO.
Houses For Sale and Rent. Fire Insurance, Honey to Loan
walnut street, in ex
cellent condition. Just right for
small family. Easy terms. No. 11
in on Dakota ave
nue. Hardwood floors, back plas
tered. Exceptionally easy terms.
Cfiltn FIVE ROOM HOUSE,
*uuu close in on Dakota ave
nue. Back plastered city water
in excellent condition. Easy
terms. No. 14.
TWO B.RAND NEW
houses, lust the thing
for railroad men on Dakota ave
nue. Both back plastered and
put up in good shape. Price for
short time only, your Choice
either house for 11700. Easy
payments. No. 15 a*« IS.
NEW S ROOM HOUSE
-on Chestnut street
water, sewer and bath. This is
a bargain. Let us show-you tbie
property. .No. X&
Clfion SEVEN ROOM HOUSE.
9XOOU hardwood HoorC close
in on Chestnut street. Beautiful
front yard shad's trees. Excep
tionally easy terms. This is -a
FOR BALS^-TWO SWELX.
l°«s. Close in, on .Volyer
Next 15 Days
Bay where JOB
1 BBOKE8 and
a LICK ID JEWELER
and by so doioj show aa in
terest in boildinf the en
terprises ol oar City—t be
Largest Wholesale Center ia
Grand Forks Fish Co.
ia All Kiads of
Grand Forks. No. Dalu
Write aa for priera.
FOR SALE—TWO SWELL
yVV building lots, close In, on
North Sixth street. S10.00 per
month will handle. This price in
cludes sidewalk. No.- 41.
JC4OB FOR SALE—TWO SWELL
lots in North Sixth'street.
per month. Tbescy r© ex
cellent'lots. N0. 42.
BUYS NICE LOT! 26X140,
"V close in, on Jennie avenue.
One-half cash, balance 7 per cent.
terms. No. 50.
QOOl) LOT. «$ise.
tarma. No. SI.
1 house on North
Fourth'street City water. *16
FOR RENT B-I O HT BOOil
run nmi jiouse on Second
avenue. City water, good yard
and barn. $22.SO.
GET YODK HA
8B AND aoVSB
TstnuiD ar wis
NOW IS THE TIME
city property and take advantage
of the spring advances, which
will be la the neighborhood: of 11
per cent within two months. If
yottXM lA the market for apiece
buying now if you. .wmat,. ai&«:
thing in the line et cttrSw^f
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