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KELSEY'S
COLUMN
MONEY
MAKERS
$325
for t.wo exceptionally fine lots 25x140
on Cheyenne avenue, one block south
of Winsbip school. Easy terms.
$400
Is all we are asking for 150 feet front
ing on the Great Northern tracks.
$675
ruon
•JSx'
Third avenue 25x140. This is
bargain, i, -j I
.•" ,.i 4 1
I
for a six room house on 50x140 lot on
pith .JThi«ifctrfe#* 6!^f' fcnt$r aid
floors small ceflar: good
premises. This property: is
in excfellehc conriffion/ 'Easy terms.
.OJ
buys a fine seven oom house on Plum
avenue corner lot 50x140 good well
and brick .foundation—4400
(dowu
and
m7, 1/1
?.a
nr y-w
.* /•$
No '-matter wliat-.-you-.waiit in the
shape ofhouses or lots- we can satisfy
you both' as to ibcatlon and''price. Let
us show* you what we have:
CI ./• .grfftO't O
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DAUBE9TBERO
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Bwnr« Clifford BIdg.
Coming Events.
28.
Gtmnendak Toman
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WMidevlUe
May
My Opening- of' Korthrrn league
kuek|Ui(MMi RaiJu.
UB,V"*U5'
,UB,or
__My Wife's Family—Metropolitan, Mar
i"* J-»SchwI elections all but
independent district* la county.
3 iv a
li Grand Forks*
Concert Company of
SW* a
mi'/ )iK
Mi
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IBOHilJlC ,hijt
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TV ot-
Because
fu
se.i»
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but
Chl-
A«^^,,Ue •'•,e «®"T»nll»n—Mlnot,
J. W. Rossrt*e architect
W. J. Edwards, the otter architect
KEEL BY'" -1'' BOTH nONES 332 J.
THE GIH IN BRIEF
LMU.
The Hatcher Brothers' Corporation
have funds on hand for some good
city residence loans, on easy terms.
They also have funds on hand for
good commercial loans to responsible
merchants and dealers In the north
west
Off for Futlic rlund.
A party of Grand Forks people
numbering Mrs. M. Christianson, Rose
Bendickson, Mrs. P. Torkelson and
Florence and Ellen Torkelson, left
Sunday evening: on a trip wjiich will
take them to the old home in Scan
dinavia. Mrs. Christ!anson and Rose
Bendickson go to Harstad,
GRAND FORKS REALTY GO.
lnext
21.' 3'-'
.Jr.
$1650
X-
loi tmnto
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-rir -M 'tirrv.AM ,nni(D«
.oh rom
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.eiomiujJ
.» .riJtmu
S'lMBui'I
,STj niTB
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ten-room house, North
W^,«V»jPourth street, Best bargain in.
Orand'Forks.
six-room house, Walnut
C7RA^ Buys flve-room house, £akota
avenue.
£Mfln Strictly modern seven room
WWw^use. Belmont avenua,
CtflQA-Seraft-room cottagre. close In on
Chestnut street second best
gtoaa*»«rks.-i
...
HOl
Norway,
where their relatives reside, while
Mrs. Torkelson and children go direct
to Copenhagen, Denmark. They sail
from New York city June 24 on the
liner Olaf Sellig and will be gone for
from four months to a year. There
was a large crowd ot friends at the
depot to bid the members of the party
a bou voyage.
Storknuin Arrested.
Cassius White, a prominent stock
man of Lacrosse, Wis., and a member
of the firm ot' O'Connell & White, im
porters and breeders of French coach
stallions, has been arrested at St.
Cloud, .Minn., on a charge of fraud,
it being alleged that he sold a stal
lion which had been misrepresented.
The arrest was made by Sheriff J. P.
Bernick. White has since given bond
and been released.
Moonlight Hide.
Tomorrow evening occurs the much
anticipated moonlight excursion on the
Red river given by and under the
auspices of the Y. M. C. A. The steam
er Grand Forks has been chartered and
inasmuch as the advance sale has been
heavy, a large crowd is expected to
take in the fun. The steamer will tie
a barge or two alongside so that there
will be no congestion.
Build New Bridges.
The Great Northern has started a
campaign ,t8 bridge, buiiding. between
Fargo arid' Neche: Ev'evy trrfdge be
tween those two points will either be
repaired or replaced, most of them
having done service since the line was
first built. A couple of pile drivers
and several large, crews Qf bridge car
penters Wfcre. sept put this morning!
Back From Crookston.
Mrs. ft. Raneyand two children
have returned from a pleasant visit
with friends at .Crookston,
and .are
with friends ina few days and from
there to their new home in Minne
apolis.
.\*a.fncd 'Aflminlstralon^
Judge ji
Ki jia&wlt>has
appointed
William B. Skinner administrator of
the estate of "Mary Ann Skinner, his
(liecfeaSBflf '"iridther, whtt "flled»- several
years ago at'-ttfiher, Minn The'prop
erty for administration comprises
pight&itjr Jo$ ill Bodag A aBbhelinan's
addition.
A Farewell Party.
This evening Uii(Jev the^uspicesof
the RathTjone Sisters a farewell 'party
will be given for Mr. and Mrs. Raney
anil Miss'.Eva Elliott, whoaresoott to
leave the. city, Only members of the
Rathbone Sisters and K. of P.'s are in
vited. 1.1 v.
Oigcirson a Candidate.
—(iunnarOlgeirson.it graduate-of. the
university,, class .of 1900 an4 of the
collfegfe of Taw," 'OH/iaf late* 'practicing
law at Underwood, McLean, county, is
a candidate in that tiouity for the
office of county judge. Reports say
•£i?. .election is probable^
a-
Phones 983M N W. Tri-State 292R.
Stmfy fner MHilstrrr*--^
G. Nelson, a student at Northwest
ern, uniypjrsity( Evanston, 111., visited
in Grand Folks Saturday with his sis
..ter, JVIrs.,p., E,.,pay..)i 3^^...Nelson, was
enroute to Mapes, "where he 'has a
brdther'residing. vn
Will Remain Until Fail.
John White, who recently disposed
of his interests in the ivntral hotel on
South Fourth street, will step down
and out on the 29th,of the month. He
intends to remain in Grand, Forks,
however, until next fall when he. will
remove to .Los Angeles. Cai..
to
u2-x
re r*( :tb* best lots o»
^tJCwusBUfcn.q oi-:«
%tn$L BUys t^b aleMnt lots, close la.i
^w'HqrUu'BlxtitastnsOo
'WftmjlliW ihP best etrletly modern
'••WMntwsfce'iSnrnlUftvsrsity avenun,.^
-I'-•'•"
WtfK^TeTi lots on Korth Sixth
metbiitpsuti gi-.i
Wjvmt *mo
i*kt*a.
line lots, North Fifth
Ton want In
Thls ifat? Mir us up by phone, or better
tx. call at our office and Jm, usjdiaw
iu what we have in way
$1
reside.
Accepts Po$ltit)i.
Virgil Webb, an employe in the
Great Northern offices at St Cloud,
Minn., has. accepted a position as
stenographer and office assistant with
the Kent Realty & Investment, Co. He
will enter upon his duties on June 1.
Ml.
INVESTMENT BANKERS
SlSCUBITY BIII1.DING
For Sale and Rent, Fire Insurance, Honey to Loan
BUBGESS
ra^.gorks
on
ere
__,ear,
and-StJifr^MfP^Sfa Wilt thi^ear^
and still the rental proposition is be
coming more serious than ever. Grand
Forks will nearly double in population.
three or four years.
D9Q,'t^'wait,:,but ibuy property, now on
easyiitarmgi aMd take advantage ot the
JnV^aluatio^Bsj 7
Beautiful seven room house,
TOWclMt'ta on Belmont avenue.
C97flf) Buy*
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BOOST FOR THE CITY IN SEASON AND OUT, THEN-WATCH GRAND
Fixing Insurance Rates.
Walter R. Fisher, chairman of the
board of insurance underwriters for
Minnesota and North Dakota, has been
in this city for a few days with sev
eral-of his assistants investigating the
insurance rates. A meeting was held
Saturday afternoon by them and the
local board at which these matters
were considered. It seems certain
that no reduction in rates commen
surate with the improvements and
heavy expenditures made in the fire
department will be made. If this is
not done, however, there will be a
move inaugurated to have the next
legislature enact what is known as the
valued policy law, requiring the com
panies in case of loss to pay the full
face of the policy.
A ltapid IMse.
Grand Forks and Lariniore relatives
and friends of C. W. Nelson, son of
Deputy County Auditor John Nelson,
will lie pleased to learn of his rapid
rise in the railroad world, he having
just been appointed to the important
office of assistant general manager for
the entire system of the St. Louis
Southwestern railroad, known as the
"Cotton Belt Route." Mr. Nelson was
raised at Larimore and seven years
ago went south as chief clerk to F. H.
Britton, now vice president of the
above named road. Since that time his
rise has been steady. Though but 36
years of age, his salary is now several
thousand dollars per annum—with pri
vate car attachments.
0|«ns Offices.
W. A. Gordon, whose recent return
to Grand Forks has already been noted
in these columns, has opened offices
in the basement of the Clifford block.
Mr. Gordon is state agent for the
Springfield Fire & Marine Insurance
company. At present he iMld ^Mrs.
Gordon are liustnlledi. at, the home of
.Mfc an\i, Mils: J.( WaikeV "Smith but ex
p'ect su6u to','M^iii)^,yi& toj residence.
T—V'i':': S:
I'ost Card Social.
Elaborate arrangements have been
tonight
M. -fc,.- cWtfreh, Snrt the event
promises loa,he. oue qf,,the, most in
teresting of 'tnp \Jear. The beautiful
iMsjday of fpostai e&rris -alone^'qiUl lie
worth the price, ol admission: A good
progvam .hjip, been a erapgetf
made
at the
"War Sones" Lccturc.
On Tuesday-evening at the First
Baptist church Prof. V. P. Squires of
ary socveties, Prflf,,Squires is a terse
speaker'and should please"his hearers,
Jfew Dienfist.
Dr. E. M. 'Pierce/ formerly of Rugby,:
has located in this city for the prac
tice of dentistry.. He. vvill have offices
on the %econfl floor'of'the Security!
block.- He has rented the residence!
at 421 jfUeet. and ex
pects to^ftsrvfe-Ws
tairkt?
middle of the weelt
Settled by the
k'i -ilwyal Ameriean Bwce. a
1
LoyaJ jAjnericjia iAs^euibly No. 84:
will give a dance at Norriianden hall'.
Tuesday evening. Mar/22 Dancing to
begin at 9:30 sharp. Admission 50
cents a couple. Ejftra ladies,"25 cents.'
Ice cream will JKe on sale during the
evening. Come and bring your friends.
O
Walter Duggan,. soil Qf Dr. F.
Duggan,. was .'quite .^feHously injured
on Sunday afternoon in- a ball game!'
at4 Athletic park, ^|ie ,wa,s,. struck ion'
tli'e U'eskd by a' ^fteh'ed 'bill %dd jiisij
scalp opened up.
Ail FargoansI
Quite a large delegation from Fargo
spent Sii'nfikiy in1 the'''first5 city in the
state." Amotig them were the fol
lowing: A. T. Cole, W. J. Hammond,
R. E. Browne, il. E. Harlan, J. J.'
Mullaney arid F'. E.'DIBldy.
Presicrve l'our Teetlikiu-•
You can preserve your teeth! with
out an ache to the end of your .days if
you commence right now.and,continue
with my treatment. Dr, Couvrette,
DeMers avenue land Third street, ,pver
drfig store..
"Goiiieyes^ Xumeroo's.
Commercial
imAdk afterm
ing.of local
'TOOfeOtfetjr
inuntil'Ju
THE EVENING TIMES, OBAND FORKS, N. D.
Make Dally of It
Among Sunday evening visitors in
the city was A. T. Cole, editor of The
Searchlight,
ot
1
Fishermen report great li^ck casting
in: the .Red river, M, the. present, time.
The goldeyes lieg^a biting)this week
and several catches of half a hundred
of these shiny dwellers, .of tjie murky'
,Red haKe beiyi reported.,
Will Visit in tlie Cast.
Mrs. H. J. Keeley will* leave -in a:
few days for a.two months visit in,,
the east. She will visit several of the
larger cities and i» contemplating a
splendid time. •...
U. C. T. Delegates.
Col. Frank Hansen, Terry-McCos
ker and H. E. Payne have* been: ap
pointed delegates from' the local coun*
ell. 'Unitfed Commercial Travelers, to
attend the grand council medting in
ii a A be a in
Attended Communion..' 1
The Lady1 Catholic1Wtfer of Forest
ers attended holy tom'miihioh in a'
body on Sunday''inbrhlngrat 8:30 mass,'
Sacred Heart cli'tif(ih, East Grand,!
Forks. Father Green celebrated -mass.''
A number from this city attended'a,
dancing "pa^'-glvriH'» Saturday even,T
-ing'te the Woodmen hall «t iMrrifield.
^byiMiss^Bdnai SthulderjTA»plMBt)r^.
We^ev6niag!48'~repcM'ttd.wa! vir-o
1.51 Kmr-jnibr. Director. joV-i'
At,the last) iPWMne of ithe board of
'directors »f{the,count#, .fair aBSocia-1
tion, O. Hatcher was elected a di-*.
rector to fill the vacancy caused, by thef)
reilgnationof" HI'ST." WeTlB
tha
1*
hit
,*.l(K'l ItUBl'i)
Mil UBfliif 1Mb tuimiiBf It -rwaced
prices. 404 DeKers avenue. N.
phone S08L.
k*
4k
Fargo, an insurgent or­
gan published ip the interest of "clean
politics." Mr. Cole, who is an attorney
by profession, stated to The Evening
Times that if the proper financial
backing was forthcoming. The Search
light would be run as a daily begin
ning Tuesday.
McLean County Crops.
.Mrs. Mary E. Robinson arrived in
the city Sunday morning from Coal
Harbor, McLean county, N. D., and is
the guest of her son-in-law and daugh
ter, Attorney and Mrs. B. G. Slculason.
Mrs. Robinson reports crop conditions
in McLean as ideal with the exception
of too much warm weather, perhaps.
The weeds are growing somewhat
faster than might be desired. The
grain, however, is doing fine.
Guardian Discharged.
Judge L. K. Hasseli has made an tr
der of discharge for John Cameron as
guardian of the estate of Catherine
Hubbard, an insane person who re
cently died in an asylum in Ontario.
The deceased formerly resided in
Traill county, but proceedings for
some reason were had in Grand Forks
county. The estate has been admin
istered.
Racing Matinee.
An interesting program for a race
meet to be held «t the state fair
grounds on the 30th inst. is in course
of making. Trainer Bob Gordon has
a string of fourteen or fifteen horses
which are being put through their
paces daily. There are a number of
fast ones in the bunch.
.U'J .-r«. j,
Teachers' examinations will be held
.• at thtrcour.Khouse:Ms.v as-iifi. tOanfli
dates may take a part of the examin
ations at thjaf time and- finish in
Augus^jO^e^apy tafte ajl.
^cstflaj to .File.
Today was tnViirst "day for candi
dates for coui^ty. and? lesislU,ive office
to,
f{ind
re­
freshments will be served.' Everybody
invited!! *..
flje their petitions.. of candidacy.
Candidaies for county office ma^have
until May 29 tortile for the legislative
office till Jyne. 2,,.,Neither is evincing
MPL Si'eat, ra&'4dbbfrt the matter and
up till noon ti53ay there had bee'n'no
:«Riay$$OM8E.aCY OHASK0
l{eVt®4%3fie'''Fiirmer.
It -isi .t^porte^'ftlipt ji^sjjJent Hill
of the Great Northern has provided a
atiiftafefef Vew^^t- hw 'A ugWkt«Arl#son,
a farmer reding., near Asby, Minn.,
tiP
Dispatches fromtbfi^ Western nart' of
the state note S^uAkJ^ehs% iri a
malignant fori^^g^ftgj^ ^sjpveried
lp the. family ,of a QurleigH county
hoi.
i:
Two More Buildings.
jDtixon
the
Fifth
erectlotv
street H^wlfins',addition, and NJA.:I
Peterson.. jMll' Boila*_ Jth&, on Cherry
street between /Sevenths and Eighth
avenues:' -'utoa
,.i-,vs j.jici.jSi
GuiTiffliSW Me^t?'"
:,Walter. Haggles is a Crookston,
,visit
or in the city* .:)
A
R. M. Evans ofMinot-Was a gufest at
the Dacotah on Sunday.
WilHS'm Collins,' b'f B6ttirie4u 'Sun'*
^aypd hi the city ^ith' MWds.
^1 of1 Minpt' was an"'
pvw-Suhday yisitor In the city."
AValjer. a'nfl^iwife ,of Cavalier'
are-yipiting friends in,,(the city today.
T. O. Hauger of Williston was ai
prominent Sunday-visitor from tha.
iMii: HO I -i to
rjf'o cf*H'*
DOIVT DELAY
.uu
.rti t.
i'J l/ii.v •.[( 1
l|
"1 -r! Jour FU* or KUK,LIKED
iC0AI8 should t)e»looked:«tr
iter betote ithe-imoti»8i, get
•m' ahead of. yon and,desjtroy
thenLi The cheapest,andi hest
.riway isito haTe thein -mU
"and' flxed Uti dtiHiig th« 8imr
'gWr' it"'- ''i'" 1 i-f'ti
ii 3
Hi
roon
8
meet-
.3 iUI2 ill!J iiO
f°"' AVBOJB
(1 anifuntiioo -:iy ,ratio
mi rrozuiXoia nMt
GdAV
iaii.un
Pa»en^er. tcaiiiST^one
of them Mr. Hill's—from running' into
a washoUt lasf Ve^k "''Jii-
Bteek- Measles.
hold
a regumi^gfeAMwls'lafJft^ioon at fee
traps grounds of the Town and
Country .club
The J. E. McLean property on gl"
Fourth avenue ha* been said rtkro^h
Fourth avenue haw been sqid rtkrrtfel
-_'S.
sMeration
was $2,400. The purchaser will take
possession within thirty days. !|j
Contrtict "tor Deed. I]!
A i§ Wiiiiim
Budge-Jt^ rtife
Mi
fm-PViflfey Univer­
sity ol- lnnd- near lithe
state university grounds'was filed iyith
the rentes yt1ici,fc The tion
sHleratifm^njmrefl'TO^WOOO. Hj
Aortliwood Couple*
MZifak
Tuesday, Mondaj,
The Fortnightly club will meet
Tuesday efvieiiing Instead of tonight."
The Subjfect to be discussed is "The»
AsseWioii of Federa'f Powerj" and D. T.
in iI if a
nv-ixTjvftj
«i*i»
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lycan of Crooks
ton are 'IKe-'"-giiesW of "fFlentts~Tiiir a
^i^^^liSler^'M^arnesv^lie?^lnnJ
spent Sunday in fBe city, the guest
of H. J. KeeletjrS 5 fc fc
Mr. and Mrs.Theo. Tharaldsoji of
Xreokston Vi6neuiWilBvfriends ,in .this
cfty over 'Sunday.
—Q.~-B.--Q!soB--an4- R~8r~Fete*son-of
Hillsboro were among the prominent
the Kent Realty ,& Jnvestflient com
ply are in ^t'rPaui,,on bv|4ine3§
Mrs. A. Joseph left Sfttuijday night
for her home in Fargo, following a
Fe?nste£^W
^."Dondfe 80f ^laAonvS'^C.
Isacksonmid!'Mi8B Emma^auseth, the
latter of Northwood, are stopping at
he I a to a
Miss Ethel--CtOftBton of Park River,
"who has"-been the -guest- of Miss
paper man now on tne road for the
,A*^er^an^
V^ 1 r*ci»( 'i'tli 'in*
Saturdar a
nations arer^beinzi
Sprite there.1
Coroner A. L. ivfcrionald' re^iJVned
thls morning from Larimore, where he
was called Sumlay evehTng to ihVesti
gate the d^ath of Arthur Patterson,
an account, oif whose aCcWental 8hSot
j^ig .is.given elsewhere.... .-.V
Wts.
rrasfeffis
^Tlk^iiWdltole
of North wood, jlj
C. Isackson. both
1
1
Snhpooirt'WtiiPssrH
C»eput^: Sheriff tWitt Overby went to
Niagara' this mornlfig to'Siibpoena wit
nesses to testify 'Jir'fhtf'&ttte o¥ the
State vs. GuGst'Taiger.'
Wallace L. Nicely arrived
Saturday evening trom^ St. Clottifl' to
.'"Join...Mr-."Nicely, who 'has recently «c
.cepted- a position with' the^ Evening
Times as bookkeeper. MklNfcffly \^11
be, remembered as a former employe
of the Grand Forks Gas & Electric Co.
Dr. D. E. Rouse and H.'P.' Wood,,the
latter editor of the Independent, were
.among Hamilton visitors in the city
Sunday. H." P. "Wood"formerly^edited
aiiHi:
ler
irud
raewbfoUil in*
should be plenty of
Mount,""
lets.
Have you trouble
VnESi*^"'
.v
'•&*
ni iiv/oiivl ll&w buu /a
Ht
•*.r'
your eyes?
See Thos. Portef-eptician.
S'l
U:,rtT moil
ooiTiaB ijy»o1
Grand Forks. N. D., May il!—(Fur-
Co., Bro
ing.)
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& stock
lifford Build-
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PANOVITZ'S
BIG CROCKERY SALE
NOW ON=
Bl|{ Bargains In
ChamberjtjSets
and Dinner Ware
S.
Cor. 3rd & Kittson Ave.
JTOISeJA^y ,L
•SS iJ3uo' Sas 9(iu«iA "'»tnaO
,aaa
.f.
.m
Taken
L"
Tncleii
SlSfifi#*-
Associated Fnn
pS
TMr BvcMigTIMM.
satsteiKfcte?
Oregon lan^ frauds, and who has been
hunted' ftit^hoAtfilrijy^'ra#federal au
thorities since
{(h&rjesoaped from the
detectives at B&yfoy
6T1
March 26, was
15 aitfest^dMihtjiuAlamHrtai
or »p
xor'aarly
toetlrnmmby
'V^^\ji^'attempted to draW^l^e^^^er.
.Th. edetectlves quickly covered him
wilETKelr^isto'R'rBuj even "Uien~had
BIG Rl^^lt^MASDED.
JuMoclitei'Vreifti'ilie D^talag Ti«r*.
Glbfrfitat May 21.—The^Britifih Vfe'g- •.
iiBel.sEJlWJC^igonmlOi^Sfftflenjsa^uietl,
off the Anghera coast by pirates, who
are adherents of tn% Brigand chief Val
ienta. The sum of $2,000 is demanded .•
SEUCKT.IS WIED
Jf?"
taaT«i5
svhm °za
-tmr/k
mac(e,,
for a
diet_
ollister's Rocky.,
Tea or Tab-..
(Continued from page 1)
canal zone. He seems to have believed
all!he'jii4rd''antf
J1tb
have' made Mttle
self. j#o?^all#t.":''
Th® free: ipdrtsf 6C
iChlna aftd^Olf/ports
of Kditi' ata5 flllbiJt^fth 'thWniwlto have
'1
iiffwi?
f&gfo
/JCcthojn iiQtuSsi Ahesettigchemes itipneeri
jpleft Theymre theHmucfc ralt^rp of the
torteht. -1 i'8eer«tar3ri ^toot bob. /already
(ai'sfetiV^ij rfjat'W d{B OWeher,
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3 abnsandril
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MONDAY, HAY 21,1906.
Don't Fail to
See Themi
PANOVITZ
Grand
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f"»(wifo -inmuToi
It til
:'*f:t'rr.iit'
rs iissfl Th's
fWuU iChestni
Intent:—
iJirot jo'
hi jfod' 'few doll
Sfew*r:ti6ttitfectiol
{t
f^t'"tlW6''kno^
A
liM(^ei!
W-^roperty
'sniy ifenevfe Will Juwr
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ii
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iiiyaji.).,':
i'nooh la yd l(^iii.n
in OKurli o('j/ii eifeoq.j
"-'-'J* no .js'jui .nii'iuuiuf/. mi-,'
«93ct
Htttl ni",.-.uX
the endoraement -ef the president—
1 th*t)lte) ewir/ MWa^B'jwRfl.ifoftadBntiy
zSS^WgHSSS
hc»ted^'8sked»that
r.
Othefji memDfer»^4h£ 'coBimtttee
/tjiltfli An Opp6«it« nvieW, land »8 ailcon
^floenc^nno.ojisigfce^-.wiiatewep.jjas
he«n made toward B'Jthe DornniMition of
a bill "to protect the sces»ci ibeaUtles
of iagara.,'
,nje
r.«iy'
flttt'«fl60r:' fifty
'It'ifflffi,??
,i6tatai,
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v9l|t
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bnji
Ot .Ifltil
fins
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Ji:
'iiil ,11-ri!
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inuoinj •ig.jjjl r, ijiiis-iSOttr eaaln-ito ba!
-.oiiob-usad aau j-)ow
'JJIW, itril.tn'l /ri 1 off 'u
ninlia.nl/.
In .,
iinifi.l
UMTA'UJiiKyn I)tl 111 li
tu-
HO* 111T ly 'lufi'TJIit Vf'Vjt
iVOlHItfe^t :Jt„fBTOal!!S )(H*n
-'what.iwill benthfl. r^ult ,0f(Ws immlry
AlntQ thft.jca^ McW»de ,Wd WiM
',.J|an|fb:uv a»ii'U50«f
at)
!i:ravyn Ju.,1
•hi siitj.'vjqRO'iT ..•ijinuufa heijjrtou.'.
Tfliy
!«olnASlt^'«h
!»*p has not yet been ^ttlfe WfoWW,-'
FalTs^wWcM'^roiiflyfes 'ttf h^v^thfe sttb-
ictt{^tei%!a1 fei' J»e
&"^hfeWtice
3fft#fe
of
!Ttt|rk
laWSa'sj^ sail-
ing. There was apparently sirtii-'a
"S"
^esshia*'1 WaabfrtfrW^fe iWS«8#tfis
trict the celebrated specta«4"*H lo-
thecahfenn^hoi have
'invested mfllhrns -'af rdotlanritt *Mr
iNihgaraf.' be -giveht in Appor
:t«nlferirt») presgnt tl»«r *Me/ oP ithe
lA«Jitlfflipi,ayep -wtis gw«ted/
CapitatfStsvfr&nit New ¥drkj' ifrom
gii?gl0^nd ^om dtheFgttl^najppgared
betforri itBe c«rmmltt0ejf ThiyiarB»ri ac
"fcota^nled :byj ^ngiheers ltid ertfectrlcal
wlts
shownj according
to-th^fe wftnesserf that' nti l^ast- forty
•pier cent loft ittur'iowMay^ttetdivierted
without endSngeiftag the scehlc ^u
H0? American! spectacle.
1 wta wterofciii exhansttvfel hefarlhgi^the
1
International f'Waterwai^s:: coin mission
was- Jalied:iupow-)fbr ah :ojrtnl6n» ,«nd
tftat IT Iboa#
recommeffded iKthat 1 the
ihraouTrt'pf: •waterr-alhwre* t*» toeidfwett
ded-be Umltfed toi*hout'flft0ei^t)eridfent
of the normal .floWiVT Thlsi wouldimeati
.Wf crippling! VJf the develbjpmehtTtif the
sOlbte optevehttonr »f.
further ^evfelop
•ment. vlnithe' meaBtlifife it Was decided
'by members df'the commlttee ,'that if
1
the iifllTOrsioai of "WatOTi ^mi.fiBagsra
is'to be iimited' to
|Hevenit::'navl-
'KMlon^ ite is.icleariy within tbei prov
ofron'8*egB to Ilnaft the amount of
fWAtem
«rhich iiiairi be tafcem frdni iliake
iWlchtgan'i fofr ttt® CWoafeo./Drainage
'Ati iwesferlfe 4J3M cUMo feet per
'S^eond arei thus mseid/ Tte«anaIvcom
''trUBeWnerei-wantlthej^riwilege of itak
i^nigi'fgiWOt'oniMc tteet! ||eii-:siiEdmt!%tnd
•iWirenitistlife nruteti ii'Ohalrtta(riiBnrtbn
thinksithAt sri!hrfAi4i*m«ty( dlwBrted
ca^efal ^afc^naS^^ir^Shor'
pre8ent indications
—,,?™I«j7,e ful if a bill can-be enacted during the
information_sKhlch .Greener's enemies-^ ptlesfenlbicbfa^FeSsiit. .mi)
!o:fliQ srlT-.ts: ,r.H ..(.t .7.
•iwrt.Jsm rfjjlrfw yweislnoaSlaaJl^anjBva
'I'iov frfjil 'to ^Bq'oidt aril,
no-)1 siriT .sno f»taa»a»iw'''
,«i fitu «.",)o-ir a (l)od aabuh
InnolvisdA—at-ynisib oy/j 07
—j'ii[ b£jnioiit|i!')[ aiiv/ v/o)l:uS rnj i!lrV/
.I'jiTfeih -jri In TIW-i -njfil^.
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:awol!t1 an ni 1oirt
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mf,
a very nice little home. 8ome nice
sluide trees in front. B-770:
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it Ut 890H-1
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