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1%' Z&k it'$ WitM *\V' w* 1 V" 7 7,«t £4 h&V?1 I ,,4'r' .- wk,i SATURDAY, JUNK 16,1906. b'V ^i r'.S *'Va -jSi.'Vi G.N. IS The World's News ^By Ideiiraph 1 i' -sn "'6 -,•. •(. -t• .'. .••-/ Committee of National Associ 'j ation Kra.wiing Chicago Tacking Houses.- The committee learned from the gov ernment Inspectors that 98 per cent of the business of the stock yards was in fresh meats against which very little complaint has been entered, the principal charge being against the canning and curing departments. The committee did find much to criticise in the way of sanitary conditions and asked for a conference with the prln cipals of all large packing houses, which was cheerfully granted. To these representatives the committee presented every point, in which in the opinion of the members an improve ment might be made and the packers unanimously agreed that these sug gestions' should be acted upon immed ately as far as practicable. "Tlie committee in summing up, de cided that the reports which have gone out regarding the packing estab lishments, had been greatly exagger ated and that a great injustice had been done, as well as an irreparable damage to the greatest Industry of the country Also that while many details of a trival nature might be improved upon, the general conditions, involv ing sanitary, general cleanliness and a production of wholesome food, were far better than the average hotel kitchen, or even the kitchens of a large percentage of private residences and largely superior to conditions found in a large percentage of the smaller markets in city and country., "The sanitary conditions for work men in the summer time, while not perfect were all that could be expected where so many are congregated in close proximity. "None of the factories is conducted as a'show plant, but as a plain every day business, where everything possi ble is turned to account, like all other well coducted business enterprises." L— —Vii -irpri''. 4 DRITEK FBOX FRANCE. v.V Sisters of "The Holy Ghost" Come to '^P America'To Take Up Abode." 0? l«Mri»teil Frcaa to 11c Bnilif Tints* Detroit, Mich., June 16.—A party of six Sisters of the Holy Ghost, the first to establish themselves in this sec tion of the country, are expected to arrive in Detroit next week to take charge of St. Mary's home. They come from France, which country they have left because of the strenu ous laws applied to religious organi cations. The Sisters of the Holy Ghost, be cause of their picturesque white ^habits, are familiarly known as the brtWhlte. Sisters, ..There are only a few members of the order in the United /Mates, their "mbther hoWse" being i*t Hartford, Conn* The qrd.er was 5 found^ in France about 200 years .ago by a priest in a small village of Brittany. Until the recent laws, forced #,them to flee, there were more than j.i a?4,000 members of the order In France, '^engaged in teaching, caring for the "i iCsick and helping the poor. The most of them'have now left the republic ^.and sought shelter in England, Can '^ada. the United States and other countries thtoughout the world. a ssent in 1 AiwUlrifnii The Brnbc Chicago, June 16.—The committee of the National Association of Manu facturers appointed to make an exam ination of the packing establishments at the union, stock yards, on Friday completed their work and will pre sent their report to the national asso ciation today. The committee con slsted of P. R. Van Cleve of St. Louis, president association D. M. Parry, vice president of the National associ ation of Indiana, and Elliott Durand of Chicago, vice president for Illinois. All are practical business men and familiar with die general conditions of factory work. They say in their report that with no announcement of intension they presented themselves before the packers and requested to be allowed to make an Investigation on their own. account. They were given the freedom of the plant, single or collectively, with guards or with out as they might elect "The work of Inspection," the com mittee sayft, "was not conducted in a haphazard way, but was systematized, laid out and followed, point by point, to a final conclusion. Dr. Joseph Hughes, president of the Chicago veterinarian- college, accompanied the committee and the assistance of the chiefs of the government inspectors was Invoked and they rendered valu able service in the way of expert tes timony and a detailed description of their part of the work. The committee followed the government Inspectors in their regular routine from start to finish and was convinced that so per fect was the organization that no car cass could escape the watchful eyes of the inspectors, and If by any care lessness on the part of any Individual, an animal did escape, It would be de tected by some one of the three in spectors. It was amply demonstrated that if there was a question of doubt regarding the healthful condition of a carcasB the suspect from that moment passed out of the jurisdiction of the factory employes, was placed under lock and key until it entered the rendering tank. W'M^k GREEK PLAY."* v^wAga»emnra ®f Aeschylus," Being Presented In Harvard Stadium -Tie Cast -V-'-AesoclBtca Trtwm tm TW BtwIu TIiHi Cambridge, Hasp., June 16.—The famous Harvard stadium, which has been known to' the public aniefly on account of the football games played there, was today the scene ofa more t, serious form of college activity. This i, afternoon the classical department of & the university gave, the first ot two ^pertormancM In the stadium of "Agamemnon of Aeschylus," one of the greatest, If not-the greatest, of Greek was given In the open as'it aoyulntf WOBDC» b°WT»sft Hwi ll.ll a WANTBD—CSOIBNT WORK BT AN experienced cement worker esti matee rnlrea also. Addrees Peter ChristoSeraon, Ibe Bvenins Times/ COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION. EM Rlo¥KSn$,,!SxS?rU..»na locators. P. O. Bex 17V Grand Forks, N. D. PHTUCIANB AMD BURGBONa JOHN FAWOETT, MJL, M.D. BUXA8E8 OF WOMKH 'AHB GEHERAL 8URGE09 Office Over Btanchfleld Store Phone Ml DR. J. 0RAS810K Mm lertfcweiten BmDdlag Corner DeXen Avenue and Fourth at S. W. RUtLEDGB •OKEOPATH1C Pkytlelaa aad Bargees ltt •. Third 8t Grand Forka, N. D. DR. L. L. EOKMAN, E N IS •&'•?• Both Phones—46631 Grand Forks, N. D. DR. ORR SANDERS, DR. 11AT E. SANDERS, Chronic and acute diseases success fully treated. Treatment at home it desired. Suite 66, Security Block. Both phones 642. "Grand Forks, v. D. ATTORNEY. N. CRANE Attorney-At-Law Special attention given to applica tions to amend entries, leaves of ab sence, filings, proofs and contests in U. 8. land office land scrip. Corres pondence solicited. Seofield Block Minot, N. D. BOTXLA. Columbia Hotel AND RESTAURANT Gat yoartaoebaslMM wMI' i: wittiBC tor roar tnbw aj. Open Day and Nidht PSCAl IWUDSOil, frop'r Bate tl aad tLH pm dv GRAND FORKS. N. DAK. Op*arit*aN.Dwot was presented in the year 458 B. C., the date of itfe original production. ,The stage, scenery, costumes and all other accessories were accurate repro ductions of what the Greek spectators witnessed nearly 2,400 years ago. Everything that research could de velop was brought to bear to make the play, as a whole, an exact duplicate of the original. The music for the production was composed by John Ellerton Lodge, son of United States Sienator Henry .jC^bot Lodge. Mr. Lodge is an au thority on -the muslC of the ancient Greeks. Anyjpg those included in the cast of pliyertf were ]C Clapp of y^icbita, KanSo B. H. .Gordon of Den ver, F. H. Birch of Hannibal, Mo., S. F. Strotber of Louisville, R. V. Magers of Parkvllle, Mo., S. B. Luce of Boston, M. Adelsheim of Minne apolis, A. S. Brady of Philadelphia, and Doane Gardiner of New York. FOR GEORGE FULLER GOLDEN. AawdiMFnu The Smtag Tin New York, June 16.—Friends of Geo. Fuller Golden, one of the best known vaudeville performera ^n the country and who has been ill for some time, have arranged a monster testimonial perforinance to be given'for his bene fit in the New York theater tomorrow. Prominent among those who have vol unteered their services for the benefit are Lillian Russell, Blanche Ring, Truly Shattuck, Henry E. Dixey, An drew Mack, Bddle PVy, Charles J. Ross and Mabel Fenton:, WISCONSIN COMMENCEMENT. IsmleMWiw tetteSwsInTlnW Madison, Wis., June 16.—Everything is in readiness for the commencement week exercises at the University of Wisconsin during the coming week. The baccalaureate address will be de livered tomorrow by Bishop Samuel Fallows of Chicago, a graduate of the class of '59. A total of more than 600 degrees are to be awarded this year, the class being the largest in the his tory of the* university. Ten. have honkeatefed rights why not use it before It is too District wtu lomt* you in Williams '-ft***'* my 1 GEO. SGHl wtintsiia, a. a Call on me or wrlte me. i'll' i"' ^vyi -iR-r"ifr•'•: COUNT TH_B WORDS IN THIS PARA* gntki then write your advertise ™entlnthe same number of worda, ud It will coet you SI cents to Insert "«£der thl» headfnrl day 11.00 a week tt.OO per month. WANTED—TWO DINING ROOM GIRLS at the Hotel Northwestern, Bast Grand Forks. WANTED—COMPETENT GIRL FOR general housework In private family on farm. Wages, 05 per week. Mrs. Jas. H. Mathews, Larlmore, N. D. WANTED—THREE WAITERS AND iF? 11J5h^aGrand. !Lher8 at Northwestern Hotel, East Forks, Minn. TAILORS. PANXTORIUM lagalla Honse Annex TAILOREIQ IB EMi ef Ladies' aad Gealfa CM. lag. Cleaalag aad Pratstag. M. W. MIL Trl-State 41SR WORKING DAY AND NIGHT First dasa Cleaatag, Presalag aad Repairing D. BOOBESi Prep. M. W. 7ML Trl-State 7»7L Cor. Kittaon Ave and Third St. Grand Forks, N. D. PHILIPP AMON, Merchant Tailor Suits $13.00 and upwardB. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. Over Stanehfleld's, Soath Third Street TH-Stato Pktat T«eu Gful Fntoh WHAT IS THE USE in buying ready made pants when you can get them made to order for 3.60 at J. HEFFTER 622 DeMers Avenue. JEFF'S TRANSFER Both Wonea O. Hacks aad Livery, dray sad traaa fer work, moving pianoe a specialty. Only low down moving vdna la tke dty. Day or night calls attender te promptly.. All work guaranteed. G. W. BARTON, Prep. Ul DeHera Ave. Opp. G. N. Depo leBcier ennui Contracting AND: Building Minot, N. De EXCURSION RATES Via Great Northern Tickets will-he on sale to the fol lowing points on the dates named be low and are only a tew of the many round-trip excursions we are author ised to give. LaCROSSE, WIS.—Account the Festi val of the Scandinavian Singers As sociation. On sale July 4 to 7 in clusive,. good returning to leave LaCrosse until July 11. Rate One Fare Plus $2.00. PORTLAND, ORE.—Tickets on sale June 18 to 22 going transit limit 55 days, final return limit 60 days from date of sale. Account Hotel Men'a Mutual Benefit Asa'n. These Rates are low and permit stopover, in both directions. For full parti culars call at Great Northern Ry. ticket offices or write the agent at Grand Forks, N. D., This is your chance tor this summer's trip, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.—Tickets on sale June 25 to July 7. Final return limit Sept 15.1906. t, LOS ANGELES, CAL—^Tickets on sale Sept 3 to 14 inclusive. Final re turn limit Oct 81. 1906. 1 Summer Tourists rates to points west are now oh sale dally with final return limit of Oct 31, 1906. The Portland, San Francisco and Los Angeles tickets can go one route and return-another. MILWAUKEE. WIS.—For annual meeting, Fraternal Order of Eagles. Tickets on sale,, for trains arriving In St Paul Afag. ll IS and 1& UQ6. good returning leavUig Milwaukee up to and Including Ang. 22, 1906. Rate one fare plus 92.00. 01CAHA. NEB.—B. Y. P. U. of A. An nual meeting. Tickets on sale for trains arriving tat 8t Fatal, July 10 to 18 inclusive, imod to ntara on train* leaving Omaha up to and tn elddlng July 18, 1906, with extea sloa features making flpal return limit ap to and Including Ang. 18i BT. PAUU MINN —BMaalal Sanger, test ot the Saeagerbnad of the Northwest Tickets oa sals July 24. swam* nw H. D. FOR SALE FULL DRESS SUIT (new) six 38 012.00 it taken this week. H. J., care Times. ON ACCOUNT OF LEAVING THE city will sell a brand new $450.00 Crown piano for 0275.00. Call at 020 Fourth Ave. Art Photographer H. M. PAULSRUD Portrait Commercial Landscape. 391L Trl-State Telephone. 200 S. 4th St. Grand Forks, N. D. TBNT8 AND AWNINGS. DON MCDONALD TENTS, AWB1HG8, SHADES Waterpreef fevers far Harvesters Thresher* aad Grata Stacks Cor. DeMers aadHftk.. Grand Storks M. D. KONUMENT& GRAND FORKS MONUMENT WORKS B. JEFFREI, Preprleter Meaameats, Headsteaee, Cemetery Fcaelag Trl-State S»SL 424 DeMers Ave. Grand Fork*, N. D. ABCHITIBCTB. J. W. ROSS ABCHIXECI el Offiee lHRTUrdSt Grand Porks, M. D. K.L. SMITH ARCHITECT National Bank BalMlag W. J. EDWARDS iiamsci Northwestern BuUdlng, Grand Forks, N, D. Northweatern Phoae 4ML. WILLIAM ZIMMERMAN ARCHITECT ..Both Phones tSXN !M 4th St B... Grand Forks North Dakota TINNER. S. HELLER Roofing, Gutters, Spontlng. No Job Too Large or Too SmalL Ail work guaranteed—825 First Ave. Phone 672 M. 25 and 26, good to return until July 31, with extension features making final extension Aug. 15, 1906. Rate one fare plus 50c. DENVER, COLO.—Annual Meeting of Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. Tickets on sale for trains ar riving in St Paul July 10 to 15, 1906 inclusive. Good to return until and including, trains leaving Denver Aug. 21, 1906. Tickets will be good going one route and returning an other. Round trip rate from Grand Forks one fare. TO WARREN, MINN.—The Northern Firemen's Tournament will be held June 26th to 29th, tor which occa sion the Great Northern railway will sell from Grand Forks to Warren, Minn., rounrt. trip- tickets for one and one-third fare date of sale June 25th to 27th, with.final return limit of June 30th, 1906. "BISMARCK, N. D.—Account G. A. R. annual encampment Rate one and one-third fare for the' round trip. Date jiiit sale, June 25 to'26. Our ex change onlerB will-hot be honored at Fargo until the 26th. Final re turn limit June 30 1906, Hnif rates for children from 6 years of age nn der 12. DEVILS LAKE, N. D.—Account Chau tauqua assembly. Date ot sale, June 30th to July 17th. Rate |3.65 tor round trip. Plan your.'trip for you. or if yon have friends who are coins on a trirs call, their attention to the Great Northern. Further information given on appli cation at th« GVear Northern ticket of fice^, or write the undersigned. J. H. CAWTHRON, Tioket Acent Grand Forks, N. D. Have you received the Chautauqua program for 1906? If not drop a postal to B. LaRue, secretary, Devlla Lake, N. D., and get one-by return mall. HATOHTIHCWIT. AMoetete* Mi t* Ite SwUw vst^j^asmiauMBa FOR 8AUBL POSITION WANTKD. POSITION WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS snare drummer would like to hear from a good band In town of 8,000 to IS.000, where an A1 Steam and Elec trical Engineer can find a good posi tion can also do painting. Have A1 references and licenses. Address B. townmNntb 2nd For all the latest magazines and daily and Sunday papers. Ice cream, cigars and soft drinks. NORTHERN NEWS CO. Bin. J. H. Burke, Hunger. Sen Marth Third Street. PHOTOGRAPHERS. C. F. WISNER Manufacturers' Agent feed 10b, Acnaoter WiubUfls, ffesillsi Bs fats, Pecrlsn SImb E^ui, Awrswtor Edm, ttuUmStmm riaws Grand Forlu. North Dakota M. COHEN FUR CO. For aD liali oi ink, 8aep baa, v-a. K. H. JOHNSON WALL PAPER A5D PAINTS Faperhaalag, Slga aad Fmee Werk Boston, Beee.. April 20, 190«. TUm 8t Louis,' June 16.—Because he appeared at a Christmas eve party before a number of young aiea-pad women clad^ only in his night 8Wrt Mrs. Steila V. Wilson is suing her husbaad for a divorce. Asked by Judge Douglas how long thgjMr^ was. Mw Wilson said: "W«l. ii hit him about the knees ,whea he sat dowK"' .Wtltoa, sH«d that wo nwa qt. thin,. Bdworkoo4 com plalaed beoause her husband dis robed before aa open window. ii Hi i'fi iniinitinEMHT^—mmmi itn St* W" ,ame»- WANTED—FOSITION BT AN EXPER lenced dry goods and general store man. Care Evening Timet. WANTED _— POSITION AS HOU8B- Keeper: in a town preferred. Address Box 687, Larlmore. N. D. WANTED lOta BURLINGTON IS prepared to do flrst-class dressmak- Soutk^hYrd1^^16 PriCe* M, Kno* at 12#* WANTED—BY ENGINEER, A POSI llPP-*l-,-t?tl.?''«ry ar traction engl M°ense and^good refer- Graham* Box THE NORTHERN NEWS 00. FUBS Stored, Iniured Repaired descrlntlon the Fur garments of eve made to order. 117N8t, .. GraadForks,IT.D. Phoae S16-L CASH •i Csppsr aad Old Isklwr Beets aad Shsss, la|i old Special Piic* for Car Load M. F1SHMAN N. W. Km 817-L H. J. HONLEY AUTOMOBILE BATTERIES •ail (Mm Filled Btaai Fork*, V. D. Nones or bedes prion er *n ODTSTAtmme n»sT HOKTOtOE SIX PES CENT BONDS OP HE GRAND S'iriudSOTI0 HXCtR,° 0M»» rowoi The bolder* of the first tnortfage 6 per eent ttonda oflbe Forka Gas and Electric Company secured t*y its luortgafe to & H, Bolllne and Sons of Bee too, Mass., Trustee, dated Jul* 1^93, are hereby nt4ified, that, pursuant to the right reserved is ifticli athUBortiaite, liie Grand Forka Oaa and Hrr trie CoMpany calls for redemption at par and aocroed laleiest on the Arat day of Joly. 1906, the entire amount «f bonds out elendtnf, beinr Series B. naabered 71 to 100 inclosive, for 91,000 each. Said bonds will be redeeawd and paid attlie of* fideetl.H. Rolllnaaad Bone, Trustee, 19 Bilk Street. Boston. tke first day of Joly, 1906. Tbe holders of eald bonds ai« re •Rired topreeent the same for payment and redemption at said time and place. Interest on said bonds shall cease on Jul* 1st. 1908. E. H. ROLLINS AKD SONS, Truirtee. No better bathing or boating in tbe state than at Chautauqua. Take your best girl there and have a nice time. DAKOTA BOTTLING WORKSj Importer*. Manufacturer* and Jobbers of Carbonated Beverages, Phosphates. Fountain Syrups and all Kinds of Flarors Siders, Halts and Seltzer Waters N. W. rkoae'1059-L hi-State Fhoae 818 Grand Forka. No. Oak. Guarantee Stock Food Company bcsrpeialed Capital Stock $30,000 fern of Stock Food. Poul try Food, Worm P6*rder, Lice Killer. Heave'Own. Pink Bve^ Remedy, Fever Cure. Colic Cure. Oall Cum. Foot Rem- White Liniment •MAND FORKS. If. D. Rasmnssen, Bemis & Company Dry Goods. Nntiona, Etc. ounraus O. YOUNG VksiMsIs Rnttsre Ktais, Cstpsa, SswisJ Grand Forks, Nortk Dakota Either Packet •".w Desk.... PS: Rubber Stamps WtHe MCntal* OADWELL, Tha Stamp Man Ctoaad Facks, H. GRAND FORKS FOB RBMT. FOR RENT—A 6-ROOM HOUSE AND sm.a11 JSi™. *X1 Per montb. In quire 720 International Ave. WANTED THREE FURNISHED rSf™ 'or light .housekeeping no children would take (urnishednouse during summer months. Address or phone W. L. N., cue Evening Times. FOR RENT—THREE ROOKS, UP modern furnished or untur •trMt Applr 0,1 Vonrth WANTEDt-FUROTSHED ROOMS FOR light housekeeping, or would con sider small furnished cottage. Ad dress S., Evening Times. FOR RENT—ONE NICE, UNFURNISH §?-.S,03?1 downstairs, at Ml North Sixth street. SECOND HAND GOODS. SELL OR TRADE STOVES, HOUSE nold (Mda, etc., to O. F. Furniture Co., 220 S. Third street. Phones ((0. CUTTING SCHOOL. TWIN CITY CUTTING SCHOOL. W* '"of "making*^^•"'gannent^11* rellableand authentic trade Journal known as The Twin Citv Tailor and Fashion Journal. Send for copy. .occupy 4,0*0 square feet floor space for our new coat, pants and vest snop. We cut, trim and make garments weetfe'c ant tailors all over the North- Write today for catalogue. He—epln Ave. mat Bl(ttk St. mmraAFous. ran. MISS DELA ODEOAKD Phone 755L 603 DeMers Ave. East Grand Forks, Minn. Manufacturer ot high grade cigars such as Graad Forks EAGLES, Glebe aad the A. 0. (J. W. FXOUR AMD FEED. Hie City Feed Store DOWNR Flonra Feed* Bay and Wood of All Kinds 8unraai.ii McGOEY & HANRAHAN Electrical Contractors Estimates Furnished Mepair Work Promptly Attended to Office 10 S. 3rd St. Both boats S2S 6rssd Feiks, R. Leave Ordeis PHONE BICE'S TRANSFER FOB HACKS, DAT OB NIGHT AND BAQ GAG1 WAOONS AT ALL HOUBB. PHONE 602L To School Officers: In order to fill a car and get spe cial low rates on SLATES BLACK BOARDS and SCHOOL DESKS we will make a SPECIAL LOW PRICE during the month of June. Order now for future shipment. TO THE FAMILY I We have made arrangements to furnish at LOW PRICES for cash Refrigerators. Pianos, and many other Household articles. State your wants and get our catalog and prices Geo. We Colbora Supply Go. J. H. CAWTHBON Ticket A^.nt n.oaiom Telephone 67 No. 1 a tatveei Mil* If :ti p.m. •:Hn.m. 7:ltp.m. T:tia.m. It I.-HPLSS. 34 lit ISt •III •14* •m T:4C p.as. U:Hia 1:44 p.ss. •m •SH T:l* p.a. •ill l«:4l»m. •in l:Ha.s. WCStT11'- Departs. •:li p-m.—For LartsMre, Devlin __ kanc fWmttle 12:41 p.m.—For Hlllaboro, Fargc^^ GOOD PAT FOR EARNEST WORKERS everywhere distributing clreulara, samples and advertising matter. Ho Co,VNew^orfcK'IeratlVe AdTertlrtn« LOST—ONE LLEWELLEN MALE SET IT ?uJif b,aflc and white spotted about 10 weeks old. Reward lor re turn.^ Roy K. Salter, East Orand WANTED THE EVENING TUCM pays cenu per pound for cleaa cotton rags. tf WASHING AM) IRONING DONE AT. home. 21 -North Sixth street. FOR SALE—TWENTY-POUR ROOM hotel and furniture complete. Beet location In town. A snap If taken fertigft N.AD.drC8' WTt*hu *Ca«?Yake™Mlnn.,a«u2l.teS in Govt. Forest Reserve—near Star ••••BmMvniHi laaVi WVeVt MBUrk muscalonge, bass, etc. itinera! rights unreserved. H. Shnr. Brookston, Minn. WANTED—ONE SMAT.T. HEATING' RnaKnto^Nh0I)!1- Ar,lnBt°n H0td- A" WANTED—POSITION BT BXPERI enced office man capable ot .handling correspondence, drafting deeds and mortgages, and examining abstracts: stenographer. Best references. & iC Abegglen, Minneapolis, Minn. LOST—A BUNCH OF 4 KETS, TUE8 day evening, tied by a pink ribbon. at "iPvpnSii receive suitable reward at Evening Times ofBee. LOST—A BUNCH OF 4 KETS, TUBS, day evening, tied by a pink ribbon. Kinder will receive suitable reward at Evening Times office. A bncIAL lifl II 11A MONTH, win WANTED Two or three aheap quarter SSSOSM of laad. O. WHLLS ft 00n Gnni Foato, N. B. 'ATM t. lOIKfi PUBLIC STBNOG1AFHEB la Grand Forka Bute Hnii*' is*" nesiu: Free! Bsssfilsl Class Seta Gnea in wkk every $10 psrehsse el Wstckes, Jewelry, Qects, llsdcsl hstnoKats, delhia^ hrsisUs# sad Shoes. H. Ziskin US Ddlers Avesse Beth Fhsae 7881 Mirw Mtnra wa l:«p.t School and Office FURNITURE SUPPLIES OF ALL KUIDS. tssn. Fine Ml Te» Desks, OBn Canto* Pencils, Pleaa Ml trtlrti. GOOD AGENTS WANTED IN EVERT COUNTY. siOK. a* mm 6IMD nut 11 ft. W. h. SIMCLAII Freight Arfaat Telephone 39 »:U a.m.—For aU polntsVeet. Larisaore" to WlllUten. —For Flsner, Crookston. Ads, Barnesvllle, F» Ri Falls, St. Clou ul, Bemidji, •—From St. Duluth. Paul. Minneapolis, JBionz Cl^. WU inr, Breckenridgnk Faivn aad Hill. bOfOw 7:H pjn.—For Htllsboro, Fargo. Sioux City, Dulut^ SuiMrlor, CSuis 8:10 a.m.—For Fish!r,'a«Sntm!'ttr Bemidji, Cass Lake, lath. «:»a.m.—For IQnto. Orafton, Neche and .:.#p.m.^^p^^WLaS2S 1Sgrt«^ CaaMlten and Fiuss Breckenridgn, wood. Larlib 1:41a.m.—Fer toiarado, Arvl a. Lnrtmara, Pnrk HiwSF. 4nillt aad U:M p. m.—For Larlmore, eonneeting with Nn. S. l*rlmore t:H ^m. Cer Xnkei Hinot. .Havr^ BitU BSflHSSR OMBeeto'wtt£*lSr to and from Larlmore. 8,Li^mo&0,'mB* •:11a.m.—Tmr Fargo, and all lntermedlMe pelntSL tndays. No. 4 to aad from Larlmem. mmmm® mm?