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H§' K\ »v I 3bM I $ t- 1lF N ri .-*» V.-.'i •••'." Pi i» SATURDAY, JUNK16 1906. b-'fr "'V-Va v.'At' nr." %, $ %'»v fj ft I 7 t* ft t?\J Wit*' fc«U "feV# If SATURDAY ikW 'JUNE i«h ,V The Busy Day #-*, w?n "-V ''''.•' ..rjYt! •r .*t"- vi•'•.'.^.r^"!WrV*wi^?VI-AY' -v.V Vv-- •.. -v^» O Mfeirs $5.00 grade, "1 BA thU saie tJatMI $6.50 and $7.60 grades, fif| this sale tfstJW $8.50 and $10 grades, f2 "IB this sale UetJU Other goods in plain figures. DUBBY BIBBED U7TDEB4# WEAB. ASScsnmmergarment, only ... ••••".. 86ft'NitgMj$ee ighlrts, fiflu 65c grade, sale price DUC Men's di^M shirts. Bfl— 75o grade, sale price.. .. .. UUv Men's dress shirts, ,% *. •THE TRIP TO THE LAKE'* Should be made in a Bine Serge Suit. They are always neat, dressy and tasty in the summer time, for lake vacation or business wear and when you wear one of my famous $18.00 Blue Serge Suits, cut and made to my own order you are correctly dressed and are admittable in any place that a gen tleman should be. The mid season styles just received are lined with that new feather weight lining that keeps you cool. "WISE MEN IN ALL AGES" Buy my imported Madras Shirts 3 for $5.00 and today is the best ever to take my tip. If you are not satisfied your money is on call at any time. That's my Square Deal plan and it has sold more Negligee Shirts all the other fellows put together. How about a spring needle Balbriggan Union Suit at $1.75? They are the kind that makes hot weather cool. "A JUNE MORNING" Should be helped out with a Milan Straw Hat or a Panama. I sell the best Panama ever imported at $7.50 and they last for years. If you prefer a jsoft hat let it be a Roswelle. Get in line with a Broadway Fancy Vest. $2.50 and a Fancy Hatband 25c and 50c.. Don't forget Celebration Day July 4th. YOURS FOR "WHATEVER'S RIGHT," M. STANCHFIELD 4 "Stanch's," the Only Olothing Store on the Corner. I CLOTHING DEPT. 6.85 SUITS Lot No. 1—^8.00 and •10.00 suits only Lot No. 2 consisting ot 160 suits, $12 and $13.50.. This sale 9.65 Lot No. 3 consisting of about 50 suits, $16 and $16 grades. 19 this sale Afautltl Y0UH9 HEM'S DOUBLE BREASTED SUITS. Wi I 0.+ HI 1 r*"/ V* f.m in M' v,- I*?... **#•:*.'••)•••• Qfi*. $1.25 grade .........OOC $00 straw hats leps, than cost 35 and 50c hats all go .. .*1 :Mi ..w...•••••• ^.:rv X2K ...J safes Wi ff v'\. W HiL WEATHER REPORT North Dako ta^—Showers tonight and Sunday. Not much change in temperature THE ETCHING Tims, aRAND forks, n. EMBBOIDEBY this sale THE G. N. IS EXPENDING A QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS—WATCH GRAND FORKS GROW! 0.0 WILL TICKLE ISCMSII III FOOTBALL Flickertails Placed on Badger State University Football Schedule. Graduate Manager Angell, of the Wisconsin university football team, has completed his schedule of games to be played by that institution next season. For the first time in its his tory North Dakota has a place on Wisconsin's date card and will go to Madison to buck the Badgers October 27. Wisconsin has no really heavy games scheduled for next year, the only universities being Iowa, North Dakota, Illinois and Purdue. The Wis-, consin rooters characterize the sched ule of games as "Mild Amusement for the Badgers." The athletic authorities at the uni versity have not yet been notified as to whether or not North Dakota will play Minnesota the regular game on ttte 7th of October. If not, the Wis consin trip will be the only eastern trip Undertaken by the Flickertail athletes. However, a contract with the South Dakota -Agricultural college at Brookings, S. D., has been drawn up and signed so that at least one other good out-of-town game is as sured. The Winnipeg Shamrocks, ac cording to their custom, are asking for a game, but playing the socker game as they do, it is hardly possible that anything will come of their peti tion. They are anxious that one game of the American rugby be played in Winnipeg and a return game of the English socker be played in this city, thus giving the rooters of both cities something new to look upon. G. N. ISJiUCKY Numerous Bad Wrecks But Very Few Fatalities— Reasons Given. "Great Northern luck" has come to be an accepted phrase in railroad cir cles in the northwest. During the past year. or two, out of nearly a dozen, what in the natural phrase ology would be called "bad wrecks." the fatalities have either been nil. or else not more than one or two where from circumstances surrounding that particular accident, one would expect a large number of people killed or badly maimed. For example: Eight weeks ago Train 7, the Winnipeg express, bound from St. Paul to the 'Peg, while running at a speed estimated at 40 miles an hour, jumped the track near St. Cloud, Minn. Every coach in the train of Just 1 little smoke dot to die goods. The Insurance Companies have adjusted the loss, and their loss wdl be your gain. The rainy weather has left us overstocked with goods, and it being late in^the season, we must seU, with every advantage in your favor, and a satisfactory adjustment of Smoke Damage that would have occurred to you, had you ,—been looking on, at the fire, or had the smoke reached you. Only smoke from across the street. Here are the little prices it has made it possible for us to sell goods for LADIES' DEPARTMENT 8iLtL 1 Embroidery worth regular 20c to 40c, this sale only, |m per yard ...IOC l«t 2, embroidery 12% to KK ffc 35c yard. This*sale, yard. These goods are less than cost WASH GOODS w, 35c goods, -rtaSf1 this sale .tiSOC 25c goods, 1 this sale XOC 15 and 12%c goods 1 JLvfC Odds and ends in remnants less than COBt. I, CHILDBED'S PBE88E8. 1 From 2 to 6~years of age, will be sold lor .. ~*OC i' a ®«Wlar 89c goods. Ow $1.66 and $1.98 grade. oaljr MUSLUT IOTEBWEABI!S® Per Oeat Dlsecut Silk suits and wash suits were near the window but not damaged. Only a limited number at prices that will'sell y.ffirst sight $$$•• '.V .'f i' nine cars but one, went off in the ditch and before the mad tear ended, wound up in a corn field fully fifty feet frqm the track. Not only that but the cars passed down a declivity ten feet deep and snapped off two telephone poles and tore down eigh teen or twenty fence posts. The en gine remained oh the track but broke loose from the tender which crashed through a bridge throwing out the en gineer and fireman who had taken refuge therein. The engine, however, continued on a mad tear and was found the next morning twenty miles from the scene of the accident. The most wonderful feature of the acci dent was that not a single, solitary person was as much as scratched, where ordinarily a heavy loss of life would be expected. Again: Not more than four weeks ago Train 5, St. Paul to Minot, was ditched between Lakota and Bartlett while running thirty miles an hour. The baggage, mail cars and smoker were hurled down an embankment and one of the day coacheB derailed. A steel rail, loosened by the engine's tender, passed entirely through the baggage car. The coaches overturned landed in several feet of water in a ditch. When the inventory was taken no one was found to be injured. These are but two instanres of "Great Northern luck." Mr. Sinclair, the company's local agent, in discussing these recent "for tunate" accidents, assigned superior car construction as one of the main reasons why wrecks were not causing the loss of life that was formerly the invariable result. "All our passenger cars nowadays are built with steel beam bottoms and vestibules. This has the effect of preventing telescop ing and makes the cars more inde structible. That is the entire reason in a nut-shell." Grand Forks people join the officers of the road in hoping for the company that "Great Northern luck" may be come an established phrase in the conversation of railroad men and citi zens who have to make use of the line. HEMORRHAGE Causes the Demise Last Night of Mrs. Ellen Storrs, Aged 66 Years. Mrs. Ellen Storrs, aged 66, mother of Mrs. Thomas Lynch of this city, died at the home of her daughter and son in-law at 117 N. Sixth street last night at 8 o'clock after a brief illness. The direct cause of death was a hemor rhage. In addition to the daughter residing in this city, Mrs. Storrs leaves two sons and one daughter to mourn her death. Her oldest ion re sides at Faribault, Minn., and the other daughter at Morris. Mrs. Storrs has been in this city for some time, her husband having died five years ago at Graceville, Minn. The remains will be sent to that place tonight and will be accompanied by Mrs. Lynch, who will arrange for the interment. Go to J. B. Woodley for harness, whips, collars, sweat pads, blankets and lap robes. A new and up to date stock. Repairing a specialty. Prices are right A1 Coons, Manager. LADIES' WHITE WAISTS A large and well assorted line of Ladles' white waists In silk, ranging in price from $1.50 to 1 yfl O $6. This sale $1.19 to UtX*0 Only- 35 waists left LANES' AMD CHILDREN'S HOSE A special line of Children hose, regu lar pricb 15c, f\ this sale Ladles' 10c and 15c hose, ft this aale 7c and .. ... c#C LADIES' HATS Some trimmed, some untrlmmed. will be sold at actual cost LADIES'SKIRTS A splendid line regular A O $6.76, this sale at TjaTfO $7.50 and $9.00 grades, A this sale ... .. ......... OeilU $10 and $14 grades, fX A/% this sale $7.60 and ... C7auU LADIES' SILK COATS 12.75 $10 and $20 grades, atl7«5t to tn°™'0"l° East Orand PLAGE CHECK N.D. E Commissioner Cooper Rules Against Issuance of Special Contracts in This State. The State Life Insurance company of Indianapolis, Ind., which was re fused a license some time ago by State Insurance Commissioner E. C. Cooper to do business in North Dakota, it was announced today has complied with the regulations of the department and has been relicensed. At the time of the refusal of license the company thought itself secure in this state and .when asked for certain information by the state insurance department, it promptly refused. Mr. Cooper, always looking out for the interests of the people of the state, has made a new ruling which will check discrimination on the part of the insurance companies to some ex tent. Hereafter no company will be allowed to issue what are termed "special contracts." The companies now issuing them will be asked to dis continue the practice and all com panies coming into the state will be refused license to do so. The reason for this ruling is summed up by the statement made by Mr. Cooper today when he said: "I take the position that the Issuing of special contracts is a discrimination and conflicts with our anti-trust laws. In reality it is a rebate." PARALLEL S00 Great Northern to Build to Crosby by Way of Berthold and Bowbells. Information of a reliable nature re ceived in this city this morning is to the effect that the Great Northern will in a short time begin the construction of a branch line out of Berthold, N. D., northwest, paralleling the Soo as far as Bowbells and angling straight west from that point to Crosby, a new town in Williams county. The proposed branch will tap some of the best country in the counties of Ward and Williams. Such a line is badly needed. For Sale—My Eskimo dogs. Apply at the store on Kittson avenue. Thos. Lude. Wanted—An experienced bookkeep er for wholesale house. Make appli cation in own handwriting, stating age, experience, whether married or single, and amount of salary expected. Address, P. O. Box 1004, Grand Forks, N. D. No Damage DAMAGED GOODS C,VV paqihv* SHOW WINDOWS BROKEN SBY THE BIGsss FIRE No damage to rfoods except few that were In the window, which I will sell at a very low price. My entire atock la ip* to.date and my prlcea are aa reasonable as it la possible to make them for the quality of tfooda I handle. My specialty Is to please with too*I goods all my customers. It Is the best advertisement. A pleased customer always means anew one. I guarantee satisfaction on every aale. COME IN TO NIGHT. MONDAY or TUESDAY and let me show ou quality and sale prices that sell. Jewelry of All Kinds, Watches Clocks Chains Charms Diamonds Cut Glass China Hand Fainted Silverware Optical Goods Watch Fobs Fountain Pens Combs Opera Glasses Neck Chains Novelties, Etc. Partial list of goods at the big diaconnt for three days. All gooda bought at thla aale engraved free of charge. P. GIRARD The Jeweler NEXT DOOR TO THE BANK East Grand Forks, Minnesota Official Watch Iaipecfcr N. F. Baiboad SHOE DEPT. XEIPS Regular $3.50 shoes, Gotzian make regular $3.00 shoe for Men's working shoes, this sale $1.00 and 2.75 2.45 1.49 LADIES' A big special on several shapes, styles and grades. A regular $3.25 shoe, r\ nn for only .....fieUU A regular $3.00 shoe, for only A regular $1.50 shoe, for only 1.75 1.19 Red School House shoe, and $1.75 grades, for 85c, 9140 and $1^5 $L60 1.19 Many other specials in odds and «""U sizes, etc. Minn.