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The bwest day in «ix aonth* The accompanying photograph is a proposed design for the new $60,000 library building to be erected at the state university of North Dakota, funds for which to the amount of $30,000 having been furnished by the great Andrew Carnegie. The design is one originated and furnished by Architect R. L. Smith of this city. Mr. Smith has presented his plan to the univer sity board of trustees for their in vestigation and consideration. "Deacrlpttve Mntioi." The design presented is classic with four Corinthian columns supporting the pediment. The building is 94x64 in size, two stories in height with a basement con taining indirect heating arrangement, room for receiving and unpacking books, store room, room for filing old news, news room, repairing room, Jan itor's room and men's toilet. The construction is intended to be as thoroughly fireproof as possible, all floors, roof and partitions being of re inforced concrete and the root sup ported by steel trusses. The general plan divides the build ing into three parts in such a way that a survey of nearly the entire first floor may be had from the charging desk. The central part is devoted to entrance lobby, staircases, halls and main stock room in the rear in which steel cases are provided. This central part is flanked on either side by read ing or study rooms, the first floor con taining the general reference and Btudy room on the left of the lobby, and the document and periodical room on the right The floor of the main lobby is to be TASTE IN DRESS. It is impossible for you not to think a little better of anew acquaintance as well as an old acquaintance when you note he has good taste in dress— and the little "fixings" that go with dress. Now when it comes to "fixings" and "dress" Ibelieve I can "put the top notch of perfection" on you to your entire satisfaction. Not only that but I can "dress" you at less cost than the "other fellow." My Blue Serge suits at $18.00 for a starter—just saves you $7.00. Now remember these are no "hand-me-downs" no "shoddy goods" nor are they "sweat shop" made—but they are made to measure and are "the point of perfection" in high class "up-to-date" wearables. SHIRT T06GINESS. Something nobby, new, cool,—that is what you find in my imported 3 for $5 Madras Shirts—these days are warm enough—but you "won't hardly notice it at all" if you will only listen to me. Those 50 and 75 cent ties are there with all "points of style" and dress—something to finish you off with. Underwear at $1.75—well just drop around and see. HEAD FIXINGS In the new Roswelle Hat at $3.00 and the Panamas at $7.50 and up. You need them now when you can get the good solid comfort that a straw hat em bodies. Foot Notes are Crosette shoes—none better—none ap good. YOURS FOR WHATEVER'BRIGHT," M. STANCHFIELD Stanch's," the Only Clothing Store on the Corner. NEW $60,000LIBRARY STATE UNIVERSITY EXPECTS TO HAVE A BEAUTIFUL NEW BUILDING IN THE NEAR FUTURE. of marble and terrazzo. The wain scoting four feet high is to be of tile and marble the delivery desk is to be faced with tile and the top 1b to be a marble slap. Two Corinthian columns based upon delivery desk support a cornice extending the full width of central part, affording a clear view of the bookcases from the rotunda. A well through the second floor af fords a view up into the dome from the rotunda floor. The cases are of steel construction, there being sufficient height in stack 'room to permit of four stories of cases. Each story having a capacity of 20,000, the ultimate capacity of stack room is 80,000 volumes. Stack is provided with glass floors supported on angle iron frames. The upper stories of stack are approached by means of a push button control elevator which is enclosed in a thoroughly fireproof shaft, jthe doors of shaft being metal covered and glazed with wire glass. A winding stair likewise enclosed and furnished with a door at each story is also, provided. It will be convenient to locate card catalogue cases near the charging desk. The librarian's office is located with a view to giving the best possible supervision of the entire first floor. The cataloguer's room is located back of the librarian's and off the stack room. The elevator shaft has an open ing into the cataloguer's room, the elevator car being of sufficient capa city .to carry a truck full of books and two persons. A load of books can be conveniently brought from the base ment and landed at any one of the floors of the stack, on the floor of the cataloguer's room, or on the floor of the special collection room. WEATHER REPORT North Dako ta.—Fair tonight/and Wednesday Not quit* HO warm Wednesday. 1 ladies' cloak room opens off docu ment and periodical room and this in turn communicates with a ladles' toilet. A men's cloak room is located under the stairway at right of vesti bule. The second floor is approached by a double stairway. Here are three lec ture or study rooms and a room which has been designated special collection room. The floor of this latter room is four feet below the level of. the other rooms on the second story, making it continuous with the floor of the third story of cases in stack room and pro viding ample height for two stories of cases. The capacity of this room will be approximately 40,000 volumes. This, with the main stack room and open cases, provides for 130,000 volumes. The exterior is to be built up of white pressed brick and light Bedford Indiana limestone, a color scheme quite in harmony with the purpose of the building. It has been the purpose of the de signer to furnish a plan that would take care of the library needs of the University or North Dakota for many years to come. The building, to ap pear well, should have a high setting, the design showing a sort of terrace about two and one-half feet high. All glass in the building is either wire or polished plate glass. The front vestibule 1b furnished with one of the most approved patterns of revolving doors. The front doors proper are covered with bronze, glazed with polished plate wire glass and made to slide within the walls. Two electrically controlled turnstiles com municate between rotunda and main stack room. It will be noted that the general 'ill GRAND FORKS, N. D. SIITE STRONG CASE AGAINST W But Latter Will Fight Grand Larceny Charge to Bitter Finish. Sheriff A. P. Turner reached home this morning from Minneapolis, where he went to secure the person of Joe Meyers, alias "Greener." charged with grand larceny and for whom a writ of extradition from Minnesota to North Dakota was issued by Governor John son of the former state on Monday. Greener, it will be remembered, is wanted for the crime of grand larceny, it being alleged that he, together with one Appleby, who stands convicted and sentenced to the state pen for a term of years, perpetrated several hotel robberies in Grand Forks less than a month ago. Sheriff Turner brought his man Meyers home with him and the pris oner is now lodged in the Grand Forks county jail and is in solitary confine ment. If statements of the twin city detectives are to be believed the local authorities have in custody one of the smoothest and worst crooks in the northwest, this despite the fact that he is less than 25 years of age. Meyers, it is said, is one of the leaders of an organized gang with headquarters in Minneapolis and St. Paul, whose mem bers annually make excursions to the smaller cities in surrounding states and after making a few hauls, hie back to retirement in the twin city slums. The first thing upon arrival here this morning Meyer asked who was the best and highest priced attorney in the city. This, of course, was a matter of opinion but the deputy sheriff an swered the query according to his best judgment. Meyer denies that he knows Applegate but the state has a atrong case and will spring some sur prises at the trial. Late this afternoon it was announced the hearing would be had on next Monday morning at 10 o'clock. Meyers says his right name is Meyer Pelmen. Two of his Minneapolis pals have ar rived in the city and it is reported they are here for the purpose of help ing the accused establish an alibi— that he was in Minneapolis the night he was supposed to be here. Officer Halvorson who was with Blue when he arrested the prisoner who after ward escaped, identified Pelmen as the man. The latter has retained Tracy R. Bangs to defend him. States Attor ney Wineman will conduct the prose cution. WILL "MERGE" Three Local Branches of In dependent Order of Forest ers to Consolidate. At a joint meeting of officers and members of the three Grand Forks courts, Independent Order of Fores ters, together with High Chief Ranger Dr. F. N. Burrows of Bathgate, and Deputy Supreme Organizers Adolph of Toronto and Couth of Detroit, Mich., it was determined that it would be for the best interest of the order were the three courts consolidated. A com tmittee was appointed to take charge of the scheme for the "merger." The total membership of the courts to be consolidated is between 150 and 175. Organizer Couch will remain in the city several weeks for the purpose of working up and strengthening the local membership. High Chief Ranger Burrows and Organizer Adolph will in the meantime go on a tour of the state, visiting points where there are branches of the order. GOVERNMENT IN SEARCH. Of Thoroughly Experienced Meat Pack ers to Act as Inspectors. Washington. July 10—Civil Service Commissioner Henry F. Greene of Min nesota is very busy arranging for securing the additional meat inspectors provided for by the last congress. The commission is seeking men of practical experience and not book-bred men to fill the order of the department of agriculture for inspectors. The commission makes this point evident in its notice concerning the examinations, which will be held in all of the large cities or the country, 198 in number, July 21. Four hundred inspectors are needed and they will begin work at an annual salary of $1,000 each. Applicants will stand a poor show who have had less than one year's experience in slaught ering, curing, packing or canning meats. As Secretary Wilson of the agricul tural department expresses himself, "the department will have to secure its inspectors from the employes of the big packing institutions." The examination open to all males between the ages of 21 and 50 years gives little attention to spelling, arithmetic, letter writing, penmanship and copying. These subjects combined will cover only 15 of the 100 per cent required in the examination. Sixty points are given for experience and 25 points for perfection, in answering practical questions that the examiners will propound. This force of inspectors will not in clude veterinarians: the civil service commission has already secured 80 veterinarians for the department, whose duty it will be to inspect the livestock before killing. An equal suffrage woman is not more of a freak than a man who has ambitions socially. WANTlCn TWO I-AIIOUBRS. IX quire of ivtor Christoforson, Piilaro Hotel. FOR SAIJC--15-ROOM HOTEL. Fl'R nlslleil tiii'miKhout. first rings sliiipo. Rood trmlr: will sell rlirap if lak™ nt onre. Address North Star Hotrl, Beltrami. Minn. reference and study room is provided with twelve tables. As these are four feet by ten feet in size, ninety-six stu dents can lie comfortably seated at one time. The document and periodical room Is of sufficient size to accommo date fifty or more at once. The floor construction is to be such that any room in the building might be filled to the ceiling with books without fear of deflection. Architect It. L. Smith is deserving of no little credit for the ingenuity dis played, having compassed the impor tant features of utility, beauty and economic construction. A month's hard study is here represented. MM REM OF THE DIOCESE OF Bishops Shanley and Potter Open Retreat in Fargo Cathedral Last Night. The annual retreat for the clergy of the diocese of Fargo, which in cludes practically the entire state of North Dakota, was convened in the cathedral at Fargo last night and will be conducted by Bishops Shanley and Cotter. Fully a hundred priests are in attendance and a third of that num ber passed through Grand Forks last evening enroute to Fargo. The Rev. E. J. Conaty, pastor of St. Michael's church of this city, will be among those to attend the retreat. Re-consecration to the duties of their profession and to God and higher religious instruction provides the rea son for the holding of thp annual re treat. Formerly the retreat for this diocese was held in the fall but this year it was changed to the week of July 9, lasting three days approxi mately. The Roman Catholic church in North Dakota is rapidly growing in power and during the past two years something like twenty new parishes have been created, churches built and pastors installed. Bishop Shanley's time has been taken up week in and week out without respite of anv sort, in arranging and promoting the wel fare of the different churches over which he has control and supervision.. MEETING OF GLASSWORKERS. Awioclated Pre»* lo The Evening Time*. Cleveland, Ohio, July 10.—The Amalgamated Window Glass Workers of America began their annual con vention in Cleveland today with dele gates on hand from Indiana, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio and other states. The proposed affiliation with the cutters and flatteners is the most important matter to come before the convention. NEW LABOR DAILY IN LONDON. Amoclated PreNM Cable to The Evening Time*. London, July 10.—A new daily news paper devoted to the interests of labor made its initial appearance today. It is called "The Majority" and is said to have strong backing among the labor organizations. A unique feature of the venture is the plan to devote a portion of the profits from the news paper to financing the labor party in and out of parliament. INDIANA LAWYERS MEET. %n*oclated Prews to The Evening Time*. West Baden Springs, Ind., Julv 10.— Members of the Indiana State Bar as sociation are rounding up here in con siderable number for their annual meeting. An excellent program of papers and addresses on legal topics has been prepared for the gathering, which will be formally opened to morrow morning with the address of President Charles L. Jewett of New Albany. WEST TEXAS LEAGUE SHOOT. Aanoclated Prmi to The Evening Times. Abilene, Texas, July 10.—The annual shooting tournament of the West Texas league opened here today for a three days* session, with a score of crack shots from different parts of the state present. A large attendance is ex pected on Wednesday and Thursday when the big events of the program will be shot off. About $300 in added money and a number of special tro phies will be awarded the winners. AMERICAN WATERWORKS MEN. Aaaoclated Preaa to The Evening Times. Boston, Mass., July 10.—The Ameri can Waterworks association met here today in its twenty-sixth annual con vention. The sessions began this morning at the Massachusetts insti tute of technology, the gathering being called to order by President B. C. Adkins. Those in attendance com prised representatives of leading cities throughout the United States and Canada. INTER-WESTERN EXHIBITION. Aaaoclated Preaa to The Evening Time*. Calgary, Alta., July 10.—After weeks of preparation the Inter-Western Pacific exhibition was opened here to day, to continue until the end of the week. The exhibition illustrates in a comprehensive manner the marvellous resources of this section of the Domin ion, together with its remarkable growth and industrial progress. The department devoted to poultry, live stock and dairy products are especially noteworthy. 12^)00 MILES. The Long Voyage of a Vessel Safely Made. Aaaoelated Preaa to The Evening Tlmea. Washington, July 10.—Just 193 days after it sailed from Solomon's Island, Chesapeake bay, the great dry-dock Dewey arrived at Olongapo, P. I., yes terday, having finished its perilous voyage of more than 12,000 miles with an average speed of 100 miles per day for the time it was in motion. ICE TRUST. A Combine of (he lee Dealers Being Investigated In Kansas City. Anaoelnted Preaa to The Evening Tlmea. Kansas City, July 10.—Evidence of the existence of an ice trust that is alleged controls the local output is being sought in an investigation be gun by the county prosecutor. The in vestigation has resulted from the movement to oust from the business concerns belonging to the supposed combine, which, it is charged demands $10 a ton of the smaller consumer for ice that costs $1.50. H. L. Burke, secretary of the Peoples' Ice. Storage & Fuel Co., testified that his company had contracted for the output of the other ice companies and that it would be a difficult matter for these com panies to furnish a supply in compe tition without violating their contracts with his company. In fact they dare not do it. AFTER THE GAMBLERS. Indiana Officials Take a New Tack Against West Baden Hotels. AxHiieluled Preaa t» The Evening Tlmea. West Baden, Ind., July 10.—Attorney General Chas. W. Miller. Auditor of State Warren Bigler and Deputy State Auditor John K. Reid, accompanied by three expert accountants, today made formal demand on the proprie- I "•TOT ^V," iihM WATCH REPAIRING Both Phones 788M 113 De Mers Ave* Splits 10 cts. EA/T/ifit GORED BY BILL. Prominent Ited Lake Falls Farmer is Seriously Injured. Paul Schonauer, a prominent farmer living about six miles south of Red Lake Falls, was on Tuesday seriously injured by an enraged bull. Mr. Schonauer had gone into the pasture to drive out some cows when the bull attached him, knocking him over and striking and butting him until he be came unconscious in which condition he was found some time after by his daughter who had become alarmed at his long absence. She dragged him outside of the pasture fence which was but a short distance from where he lay. The bull stood only a few feet away but did not attempt to molest her. Dr. Lemiux was called and upon examin ation found all of the ribs on one side of his body broken and his whole per son a mass of bruises. Fortunately the bull had no horns, else he would have been gored to death at once. He is in a very serious condition and his recovery is doubtful. At Father's Death Bed. Mrs. A1 Coons is at Minneapolis, hav ing been called there by the death of her father which occurred last Satur day. He was S2 years of age and went to Minneapolis about two weeks ago, he having spent several months with his daughters. Mrs. Bailey and Coons of this city. He underwent a serious operation sometime ago for an abscess of the lung, a part of one rib being removed. He rallied from the effects and was thought to be on the road to recovery, but his age left him little vitality to fight the battle and his strength finally gave way. Steenerson to Preside. The program for the Modern Wood men picnic at Crookston has been com pleted. In addition to the list of speakers already published the Hon. Halvor Steenerson has consented to act as chairman of the day. Mr. Steenerson is a member of the Crooks ton camp. tors of West Baden and French Lick Springs hotel companies for examin ation of their books. The demand was made under a section of the state law allowing the state auditor to examine all books of corporations, organized under voluntary associations act, un der which both hotels are corporated. The state by this move seeks to ob tain information concerning the re lations of hotel companies and .the al leged gambling casinos which were raised under direction of the attorney geneVal. TALLEST STRUCTURE. ANMarlnled I'rcNN In The Evening Tlmea. New York, July 10—The highest building in America is to be erect ed soon at the corner of Liberty street and Broadway, according to the plans ot' Ernest Flagg, archi tect for the Singer Manufacturing company. Work on the con struetion of the present Singer building into a fourteen-story office building, with a tower of for ty-one stories, (125 feet high, Is to be begun as soon as the plans are approved by Building Superin tendent Murphy. ITEMS OF INTEREST. Times Want Ads. make it worth while to keep boarders. Mr. J. C. HeiiiiCb of Charleston, S. PAGE FIVE SCHOOL AND OFFICE Furniture and Supplies Please send me, a8 early as conven lent, a LIST OF WANTS, for the com ing year, on which you want bids. GOOD AGENTS WANTED IN EVERY COUNTY Geo. W. Colburn Supply Co. 510 N. dth STREET. GRAND FORKS. N. D. We have secured the services of an ex perienced Watchmaker and are now pre pared to do all kinds of WATlH AND JEWELRY REPAIRING at lowest prices. Telephone us and we will call for your Watches. Jewelry and Clacks to be re paired. All work Is guaranteed. Have a number of PAWNED WATCHES on band which will be sold very cheap. H. ZISKIN, Broker and Jeweler You Can't Lose Sight •-==.—--=rr W ol the fact that il JOB wish to make a preaentable appearance at all times yoa mast patroniie laundry. It yoa send yoar linen to the Star Laundry yog will always fet it back promptly, perfectly laradered with the correct finish. The linen we laander lasts longer, too. THE STAR LAUNDRY EAST GRAND FORKS. MINNESOTA NewMachintry: New Balldin^i Best of Evrryttiaf BILLINGS & KAIMR, Proprietor, Mineral Water Sparkling, Delicious and Delightfully Refreshing For Sale Everywhere GRAND FORKS FRUIT CO., A dents Will Have Some Stories, Harry McXicol and J. R. Johnson left this morning for Altona where they will spend a few days angling for the finny tribel, and furnishing a feast for the mosquitoes. They were well stock ed with food and no fears are enter tained of their starving. At Chantauqna. Mrs. N. C. Olson left this morning for a week's visit at the Devils Lake Chautauqua. She was accompanied by the children and is anticipating a pleasant time at that justly celebrated resort. Dan Sullivan Bonnd Over. Dan Sullivan was bound over to the grand jury today on a charge of keep ing a gambling place. The arrest was made some days ago by Deputy Sheriff Quigley and the hearing was before Judge Sullivan of the municipal court. Council Tonight There was no meeting of the city council last night, no quorum being present. One is called for this evening if enough members can attend to trans act business. Went to Jamestown. Miss Vannie McMahon went to Jamestown this morning. She is an aunt of the boy who was drowned near Minot, and whose people live at James town. County Attorney Here. County Attorney Mayberry of Crookston was here today prosecuting the case of the state against Dan Sulli van charged with keeping a gambling device. Disreputable Women Fined. Five disreputable women were fined $25 and costs each yesterday in muni-. cipal court. Oft' for An Outing. Miss Cora Olson left this morning for a few days' vacation at Devils: Lake. C., has a curiosity in a three legged duck. ., Compared with oysters, snails con tain about 100 per cent more nutritious substance. The total exportation of American boots and shoes in 1905 was $8,650,012, an increase of $1,340,237. A government expert estimates that the expenditure for advertising in 1905 was $125,000,000. Stamps have just been designed and printed in Greece to commemorate the Olympic games of 1906. The first pocket handkerchiefs util ized in the manner they are today were manufactured at Paisley in 1743. In Germany there are 54 mountain eering clubs, with a total member ship of 142,603. The wheat crop in the Punjab this year is half a million tons in excess of the largest crop hitherto recorded. The women of Chile maintain a high average of beauty. They are well featured and have beautiful complex ions. Some people are occasionally ashamed in private, and resolve ta do better: but as a rule, people are nevor Hshamed except when caught at it.