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bass tea been used for a school house aince the foundation of that town, and the Monitor wants the town to build one of its own and quit sponging on a religion) denomination. Opposing telef&one interests .are .fighting lor franchises at Masbass. A thirtaen-year-oM girl was married at Maxbats the other day, aad con siderable indignation was expressed by the neighbors. The bride was given aw»y by her mother and there seemed to fee nothing left to i« done. The Larimore Pioneer got oat a fipecU.1 edition booming She fair at that place. It was a piece of enterprise ithat should be appreciated by the peo pie of tiiat town. A man claiming to be a Texas cattle king is in Mlnot, but the banks are re fusing to honor hta checks. The ownership of the Grano Tribune has been changed. The Fargo state fair is getting about* one column of advertising to the Grand Forks attractib one Jine. Wilson knows how to do things. A $9,000 school bouse is being er ected in Edinburg. The Leeds baseball team has been doing some sensational playing, and if they keep up the record, they will De able to trot in the same calss with New York and Chicago. E. H. Huntley has a long article Cavalier has a case of diptheria. The Larimore Pioneer is kicking be cause the Streets of that city are being used for bicycles. Ought to have the police of this city. They could stop it. H. Bennett of Larimore, is much in terested in raising potatoes in this state, and will endeavor to interest others in the same line. During a ball game at Larimore, Harry Cooper, who was Catching, was struck on the first finger of the right hand. The finger was broken and the bone protruded through the flesh. It is claimed that the Halcrow barn at Hamilton will be one of the largest structures in the state. The length is 118 feet, width 36 teet, with 20-ft. posts. The stable has room for fifty horses and the ceiling is nine feet high. There will be used in its con struction 55,000. feet of lumber, 60,000 shingles and 22 cwt of nails. -1: The topic of one of the Chautauqua lectureres was "the husband and wife co-partnership keep the old love burning let slumbering dogs lie drive carefully over the stony way, and al ways let the wife have the last word. Bring the flowers after marriage as before. He is still alive." The German Baptist brethren of Engeland are at that place looking up a location for a church this week. They have not decided as to whether they will build this fall or not. The Russel-Miller Milling company, now operating flour mills at Valley City, Grand Forks and Jamestown, are going to erect a huge mill at Minne apolis, the cost of which will be in the neighborhood of $500,000. The Sherwood Journal claims that 5,000 people celebrated in that town on the Fourth, the crowd included many Canadians. The York State Bank of York, has increased its capital stock from $5,000 to $10,000. A choir of about 60 voices, assisted by Miss Gina Lien as soloist, and Miss Agnes Peterson as organist gave con certs in Odalens church last Sun day at Edinbury. 1 The school election at Minto was 1 noteworthy from the fact that women 1 officiated as judges and clerks of the vs election. The duties were performed in a most satisfactory manner. I Over six hundred member sof the I German Baptist brethren (the Dun kards) attended the recent district meeting at Berthold. The sum of $2,300 was raised to start a mission at Minot. Editor DeLaBere is kicking about the weather. As he was just recently married it would be expected that he would see nothing but sunshine. The Edinburg Tribune editor advises every business man of that town to in stall burglar alarms. The Steele County Sunday School association held its eighteenth annual convention at Sharon Friday and Sat urday of last week. |. P. M. Cole and party were taking 1 'a spin in an automobile at Kenmare, when one of the front wheels struck a stone and the machine turned a com* Splete summer sault, sending the oc Icupants sprawling over the ground. f&They were not seriously injured. W'. A number of the farmers of Max- fjbass held an impromtu meeting lest rweek and talked over the proposition I of organizing a farmers' association. "jt is understood that about forty have signified their willingness to join the organization. jf Miss Torgerson, a saleslady in An ton Bodal's store at Maxbass, on re turning from dinner felt something crawling up on her skirt, and on shak ing he dress, a large sized tarantula dropped to the floor. It is presumed it came in with some fruit and caught on her dress as she was passing the fruit store. Miss Torgerson promptly imprisoned it in a glass jar and now she has it on exhibition preserved in alcohol. Paints and wall paper at I. King man's. __________ The beginning of good salesman* •Wp is to find the "possible buyer." In 'lis the "thousand-eyed-want ads." are eful. Hotel. & 0:2 the Seventh Day Adventists in the Egelane Enterprise. F. E. Perry of. Peru, South America, is visiting a sister at Egeland. At McCumber a German was to read the Declaration of Independence in the Ge'rman language as one of the diversions of the day. He read de wacht am Rhein instead. The Mcintosh Republican says it is nearly, always delayed in issuing be cause fthe late arrival of news items. The entire receipts of the ball game at Cavalier on July Fourth, amounting to $61 was donated to the Children's Home at Fargo. If you want to bay or sell If yon want help or want employment If yon want to sell your house If yon want anything HELP WANTED—MALL WANTED rWO LABORERS. Of luire of Peter Chrlstoferaoa. Palace quire WANTED—A OGK)D STEADY PRINT er can lecwe .a steady Job at ono* by applying it* the Cando Herald, Cando, N. D, WANTED—CBMBMT WORK BT AH experienced oaneot worker esti mate! riven alaa. Address Peter Cbriatofreraoa. The livening Tinea. COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION. 8M- loyment Expert* wid Locators. P. Box 172. Grand Fork*. N. D. WANTED—SOLICITING DEPUTY FOB A correct Reserve Fund, Fraternal Order, that creates a, reserve that will mature all Certificates at end of Life Expectancy, on 6% interest basis, w. J. Higglns, State Mana ger, 7% So. Third. INSURANCE SOLICITORS WANTED— For a Company that offers what is beat in Life Insurance, Policies mod eled after the recommendations of the Armstrong Investigation commit tee, covering all options Including annual dividends, etc. Manager N. W. N. Life. 7 Third St. So.' Phone, Tri-State 644-L. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. JOHN FAWCETT, M.A., M!D! DISEASES OF WOMEN AND GENERAL SURGEON Office over Stanchfleld Store Phone 261 DR. J. GRASSICK Office Northwestern Building Corner DeMers Avenue and Fourth St. S. W. RUTLEDGE HOMEOPATHIC Physician and Snrgeon. 128 S. Third St. Grand Forka, N. D. DR. L. L. ECKMAN, DENTIST. n' Both Phones—466M. Grand Forks, North Dakota DR. ORR SANDERS, DR. MAY E. SANDERS, Chronic and acute diseases success fully treated. Treatment at home if desired. Suite 56, Security Block. Both phones 542. Grand Forks, North Dakota HOTELS. Columbia Hotel AND RESTAURANT Get joarhUKhM bar* white 1: waiting for your trmini Open Day and Nirfht 0SCA1 KNIIDSON, frop'r BatM: and «L» per day GRAND FORKS. N. DAE. OPMSMSG. N. Depot That the situation is a very serious one indeed has been publicly an nounced by Sir Edward Grey in the house of commons, and it may be safe ly taken for granted that the secre tary of state for foreign affairs, who is perhaps the most level-headed and least emotional man of the entire cabinet, would not have given utter ance to so solemn a warning as that which he delivered in parliament last week unless the matter was of the utmost gravity. It arises, according to him, from the religious fanaticism of the Moslem population of Egyfkt a fanaticism which is sufficient to blind them to all the advantages which they have derived from British con trol, and to obliterate every spark of gratitude for all- the innumerable bene fits which they have received at the hands of the English. Under Exllak Admlalntratioa. Only those who, like myself, have lived in Egypt during the reign of the late Khedive Ismail—that is to say, prior to the intervention of England and France and then of England alone —can form any notion of the immens ity of those benefits which the native Egyptians owe to the British in gen eral and more especially to Lord Crom er, to whom belongs nearly, if not entirely, all the credit for the regen eration of "Egypt and for the revival of its former prosperity. Until the overthrow of Khedive Ismail there was no safety of life or property in the country, at any rate for the natives, and even his very ministers, such as, for Instance, Nubar and Riaz Pashas, were compelled to place themselves under the protection of one or another of the foreign Powers so as to prevent their sovereign from confiscating their estates and from taking their lives without trial or legal process, for no other reason than that they had become too rich and powerful. Murtapha Pasha,, the minister of finance, popularly known as the Mouffetisb, neglected to take this very necessary precaution. He was politely murdered. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—TWO GIRLS AT ELLIOTT'S Laundry. One first-class collar turn er and flailsher 7 polishers at once. Must be capable of doing the work. WANTED—YOUNG LADY STENOG rapher for two weeks, possibly long er If satistactory. Inquire Times office WANTED—THREE WAITERS AND two dishwashers at Horthwestern Hotel. East Grand Forks, Minn. WANTED GlRL FOR ^GENERAL bousew«.rk. Inquire of Mrs. Dr. Church, No. 901 3rd St. WANTED—TWO DINING ROOM GIRLS the Hotel Northwestern, Eut Grand Forks. WANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR GENER al housework. 307 So. 5th St. East Grand Forks. TAILORS. WORKING DAY AMD NIGHT First Class Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing B. BOOBES, Prop. N. W. 789L Tri-State 757L Corner Kittson Ave. and Third St. Grand Forks, North Dakota PHILIPP AMON, Merchant Tailor. Suits $13.00 and upwards. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. Over Stanchfield's, South Third St. Tri-State Phone 7ML. Grand Forks C. F. WISNER Manufacturers' Agent Feed Mills, Aermoter Windmills, Gas oline Engines, Peerless Steam Engines, Pumps, Aermoter Ex tras, Peerless Steam Plows Grand Forks, Jfortb Dakota St. Paul and return, account Saeng erfest, $10.05. Dates of sale, July 24, 25 and 26. Limit, July 31. Limit ex tended until August 15 on payment of 50 cents additional. Times Want Ads. will search out servants—the good ones—if there are h.ny left. 0. J. Barnes & Co. ALL urns or field and Garden SEEDS We have evetythiaf. Ossify Gaanatetd. Tfci prices will if a W it a GRAND FORKS, N. D. Ed. Miencier 6ENEIAL Contracting A N Building r' Minot, N. D. VALLEY OF THE NILE Orientals Prefer Native Tyranny to the Most Admirable Foreign Rule. Egypt furnishes to such an extent an object lesson to the United States iu the way of administration of an Oriental dependency by a western power that the condition of affairB now prevailing in the valley of the Nile is worthy of close study and of earnest consideration by the people ot America. Killed for Taxes. Those were the days when the mis erable fellaheen were beaten to death with kourbashes, or whips made of hippopotamus hide, for no other of fense than that they had been unable to pay the annual land tax twice over. Ismail and his minions were not con tent with one payment of the tax. As Boon as the unfortunate people had managed, with the help' of the usurer to relieve themselves of the obligation to the government, Ismail would re move the local authorities, and would Bend down a fresh lot, who would de cline to assume that the tax had been already paid, and would insist on ex acting it over again. Then, too, it was collected, not, as now, after the crops have been harvested and sold, but long before they were ripe. The only way by means of which the fellaheen could then obtain money was by having re course to the usurers, who were al ways in league with the revienue and provincial officials, and who lent the money at extortionate rates on the security of the crops and of the" land. If, the fellaheen declined to borrow the money on these terms, and profess ed themselves unable to pay, they were flogged until they yielded. What Egypt One* to Brltala. Today, thanks to the English and to Lord Cromer, taxation has been re duced by about 60 per cent and the dues are only collected after the crops have been harvested. Forced labor has been abolished. Life and property are secure and the rich landowner and officials of high and low degree have no longer the power of monopolizing the water supply for purposes of ir rigation at the expense of the peasant. Moreover, the only flogging that is ever administered is for crimes of vio lence, and then only on the back in stead of on the soles of the feet. Pros perity reigns on all sides. Yet with all that the people, especial ly the lower classes, are imbued with sentiments of Intense aversion, for their benefactors bate them worse than they ever did in 1882, when Arabi Pasha raised the entire country to drive the abhorred foreign "dogs" in to the sea and, in one word, prefer the barbarous tyranny of the rule of their own former sovereigns, unre strained by English control, to all the advantages which have been conferred upon them under the beneficent and admirable administration of Lord Cromer. FOR SALE. BEST BICYCLE BARGAIN—WILL PAY spot cash. W. H., Times. FOR SALE FULL LrtESS SUIT (new) alse 38 $18.00 if taken this week. H. J., care Times. ON ACCOUNT OF LEAVING THE city will sell a brand new 1450.00 Crown piano for $276.00. Call at 220 Fourth Ave. FOR SALE—1906 CADILLAC UUNA bout, used one week. Cost $'50, will sell for $650. Perfect condition. Ad dress M. J. Rice, 214 Phoenix BIUk., St. Paul. FOR SALE—15-ROOM HOTEL, FUR nished throughout, first class shape, good trade will sell cheap it taken at once. Address North Star Hotel, Beltrami, Minn. FOR SALE—AN OFFICIAL COUNTY paper in Red River Valley town. Best one-man paper In the state. Write for particulars. Lock Box 26, Christine. N. X. FOR SALE—TWO GOOD HUNTING dogs one is half English setter and half blue beulding pointer the other Is a full-blooded pointer. Also one small gasoline motor boat. 14 feet ong, will carry 1200 pounds, hand nwde: engine 1 1-2 horse power. 1125.00. Write or call. Fred Ed wards, Northwood, N. D. TEXTS AMD AWNINGS. DON MCDONALD TENTS, AWNINGS, SHADES Waterproof Covers for Harvesters Threshers and Grain Stacks Corner DeMers and Fifth Grand Forks, North Dakota MONUMENTS. GRAND FORKS MONUMENT WORKS It. JEFFREY, Proprietor. Monuments, Headstones, Cemetery Fencing Tri-State 292L 424 DeMers Ave. Grand Forks, N. D. ARCHITECTS J. W. ROSS ARCHITECT and Superintendent of Construction Office 1% Third St. Grand Forks, N. D. ft. L. SMITH ARCHITECT Both Phones. National Bank Bldg. W. J. EDWARDS ARCHITECT Northwestern Bldg. Grand Forks Northwestern Photj 466L. WILLIAM ZIMMERMAN~ ARCHITECT Mlnot, Sofield Block North Dakota K. H. JOHNSON WALL PAPER AND PAINTS Phperhanging, Sign and Fresco Work Both Phones 833N 106 4th St. S. Grand Forks, North Dakota GOOD FIELD FOR SEWIXG MACHINES. German Product In South Africa— Spare Parts Lacking Necessity. South Africa offers a fine field for manufactureers of sewing machines, according to the views of Consul John H. Snodgrass, of Pretoria. The de mand for these machines, especially of a cheap grade, is increasing yearly. They are sold principally on the monthly payment plan. During the last six months of 1905 sewing ma chines to the value of $149,080 were sold in the colony. Before this period no statistics are available, nor is the country of origin of these machines shown in the lists. But, according to the merchants of Johannesburg, American machines have thus far got only a small foothold in South Africa, the -cheap makes of Germany having secured the market almost exclusively. One American machine which has a factory in Scotland is sold in South Africa, but to no very great extent. From figures approximating the value of sewing machines impored to the colony in 1905 it is found that $258,260 was spent for these articles in the whole of British South Africa in that year. Of this amount the Transvaal spent $86,820, and the Orange River colony $29,160. The ports of entry indicate that the shippers preferred the Cape Colony, the figures being: Cape Colony, $142,860 Natal, $106,080 Delagoa Bay, $8,760, and Beira, $440. The Boers are partial to the German machine because it is cheap and ap pears to fill their requirements satis factorily. The German machines sell for from $10 for a hand machine $35 for the best foot power product, but the German exporters fail to sup ply the dealers with extra parts, so that when needles break or more seri^ ous accidents occur there is nothing with which to remedy the defect, and the machine becomes practically worthless until relief can be obtained from the original makers in Germany. In course of time a solicitor generally appears, and induces he owner to trade his broken machine for a more expensive English make, on the month ly payment plan. American manu facturers who are contemplating bid ding for the South African trade should bear these facts in mind and keep their representatives well sup plied with extra parts. The higher priced sewing machines are sold at from $40 to $100, and a few at higher prices. The duty is 10 per cent ad valorem. NEW ELECTRIC LIGHT INTENTION. Ae new electric lamp, which threat ens to revolutionize the present sys tem of lighting by means of the Me tric current, has been devised bran Austrian chemist—Dr. Hans Kuzel— who has spent many years in study ing the principle involved in his in POSITION WANTED. POSITION WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS snare drummer would like to hear Jrom a good band In town of 8,000 to 15,000, where an A1 Steam and Elec trical Engineer can And a good posi tion can also do painting. Have A1 references and licenses. Address B. townmNntbJ024 2"d St* W" James~ WANTED—POSITION BT AN EXPER Jlry goods and general store man. Care Evening Times. WANTED POSITION AS HOUBE- a Jown Preferred. Address Bos 687. Larimore. N. D. WANTED.— MRS. BURLINGTON 18 prepared to do first-class dressmak- V&ftg&STSSS* PrlCe* at WANTEO-BT ENGINEER, A POSI I'P-I atftlonerjr ar traction engi neer good license and goad refer 82.CKno^rD" arahmm- Box PRINTER WANTED PERMANENT Wilson. N.8DC,a8S Pri"ter- HeraId' WANTED—POSITION AS 8TENOG rapher and bookkeeper, by young lady who can give fine recommenda tions. Phone 662-L Tri-State. WANTED—SITUATION BT UNIVER sity student to work evenings. In quire J. K.. Evening Times. JEFF'S TRANSFER Both Phones 33. Hacks and Livery, dray and trans fer work, moving pianos a specialty. Only low down moving vans in the city. Day cr night calls attended to promptly. All work guaranteed. G. W. BARTON, Prop. 612 DeMers Ave. Opp. G. N. Depot. MISS DELA 0DE6ARD Phone 755L 50? DeMers Ave, East 6rand Forks, Minn. A. 0. U. W. "Go West Young Man" Tou have a homestead right why not use it before it is too late? We have good locations left In the new Willlston Land District. I will locate you In Williams or McKenzle counties and attend to any and all land office cusi ness. I was with the Government Land Department 10 years and will guarantee expert work in my lines/ GEO. SCHNEPPER Land Attorney. WlUllatoa, Jf. D. Call on me or write me. GASH For ail Kiads of Jsak, Coatistis^ Scrap lroa. Copper sad Bran, Old Briber Boot* aad Shoes. Ia|( el sD Kiafci aad Bottles. Special Price for Car Load M. FISHMAN N. W. rheae 817-L Wanted—Agents to take orders. Good proposition and good commis sion. Men understanding threshing machinery preferred. Write for par ticulars. Address, J. E. Sims, General Manager, Grand Forks. vention. He has succeeded in devis ing a lamp which he calls the Syrius lamp, and which promises to reduce the price of electrical lighting to a wonderful degree. As is well known, incandescent gas lighting is much cheaper than electric light under the present systems, because the filament wires of the latter are very expensive, and the glass bulbs soon wear out in service. Dr. Kuzel has invented a substitute for the glow thread, by forming out of common and cheap metals and metalloids colloids in a plastic mass, which can be handled like clay, and which, when dry, be come as hard as stone. Out of this mass very thin' wire threads are then shaped, which are of uniform thick ness and of great homogeneity. These two characteristics are of great value in the technics of incandescent lamps. The Kuzel of Syrius lamp requires scarcely one-quarter of the electric current which the ordinary electric lamp with a filament wire requires. Experiments have shown, it is as serted, that the new Syrius lamp can burn for 3,500 hours at a stretch. An other advantage claimed for the Syrius is that the intensity of the light al ways remains the same, the lamp bulbs never becoming blackened, as in the case with the ordinary bulb. It is announced that this new lamp is to be placed on the market next autumn. You May Lose Money It yon buy your fence poeta and telephone poles without getting our prices. We solicit correspondenoe frwn car-lot buyers everywhere. It will not cost you anything to figure with us and tt may Save You Honey Dont forget that we al vaya ten wood on the ears and MI GTA YEA prompt senrtos when yon In harry. 6IBBS GBHIIS FUEL 6IL MM III SUM NHS, 1.1 FOR RENT. WANTED TO RENT—LARGE FRONT room with steam heat, gas and bath for man and wife. No children. Ad dress C, W., care of Evening Times, stating price. FOR RENT—TWO FURNISHED Up stairs rooms ar.d one furnished down Jon I r0°nAv FOR RENT—THREE ROOMS. OP •^•irsj modern furnished or unfur atreet 9,1 Nortb F(2?™RENT—T¥"EE Fourth FOR RENT THREE FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping at 501 Cottonwood St. FOR RENT—ONE NICE, UNFURNISH- l?xth°Sgeedt.OW,,"ta,r8* 621 NOrth ^A,RN' *5 00 PER ROOM HOUSE, T7.00 per month. Inquire 314 lone ave. FOR KENT—LARGE PLEASANT FUR nlahed room at 204 No. Sixth St. FOR RENT-FURNISHED KOOXS AT 1118 Cheyenne Ave. SECOND HAND GOODR OR TRADE STOVES, HOUSE- hold goods, etc., to G. F. Furnltura Co., 220 S. Third street. Phones 80. CUTTING SCHOOL. TWIN CITY CUTTING SCHOOL. We teach cutting, draping, and the art 01 making men garments. reliable aid authentic trade KX ?£?.S?ow9 a8 T*« Write today for catalogue. Ooiaes Heaaepla Ave. aad Eighth at. MMBAPOLIS. MINN. ATTORNEY. ART PHOTOGRAPHER. H. M. PAULSRUD Portrait Commercial Landscape. 491L Tri-State Telephone. 200 S. 4th St. Grand Forks, N. A SPECIAL RATE OF $1 A MONTH Will be made on a space this size un der this heading. Any merchant can set results by using these little ads. FLOUR AM) FEED. The City Feed Store DOWNKT MM brtiutw-li ran*, Flour, Feed, Hay and Wood of All Kinds H.V.IMSIW lAvs. GRAND POU& N. PHONE RICE'S TRANSFER n» HACKS. DAT OB NIGHT AND BAG QAOgWAQONB AT ALL HODKS. PHONE 602L If you are looking for new novelties call at Kingman's. Times Want Ads. get you acquainted with folks. Times Want Ads. bring about "swaps." Do You Know that McCarthy Bros. Co. Want Grain! We have been in the business over 20 years. We have done business with thousands of peo ple and can give you satisfac tion. Write us. McCarthy Bros. Co. Minneapolis and Duluth, Minn. MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. LOST BETWEEN EAST GRAND Forks and Mallory, a dark red male setter. Suitable reward tor his re turn to J. F. Brandt, East Grand ForksL inodern. nice location. 4oU oo lftn St. GOOD PAT FOR EARNEST WORKERS everywhere distributing circulars, samples and advertising matter. No canvassing. Cooperative Advertising Co., New Torlt. LOST—BACK HAIR COMB, TRIMMED with Roman gold. Finder return to Evening Times Office. MONTH. will hold eight head. Inquire 314 lone are. WANTED THE EVENING TIMM pays I cents per pound for clean cotton rags. tf WASHING AND IRONING DONS A9 home. 621 North Sixth street. FOR SALE—TWENTT-FOUR ROOM ft®4®1. a"d furniture complete. Beat location in town. A snap if taken Ber®. N.AI?.dre8" T" WANTED—ONE SMALL HEATING Fington?rN^°D.1, E'evils Twin City Tailor and Fashion Journal. Send for copy. ,°Scupy 4'®®° square feet floor JPJ5* for our new coat, pants and vest •nop- We cut, trim and make garments 1 Manufacturer ot high grade cigars such Grand Forks EAGLES. Globe and the west?" tailors all over the North- Ar,,n*ton HoteI. Ar- WANTED—TOSmON BY EXPERI enced office man capable of handling correspondence, drafting deeds anS mortgages, and examining abstracts: stenographer. Beet references. 8. M! Abegglen. Minneapolis, Minn. NOpCE—WE HAVING PURCHASED Sport Webster. Marie's Sport best living son, I offer his services to an* roved bitches at $10. W. S. Dav Lake, N. D. FRED G. WELLS y* WANTED Two or three cheap quarter sectlona of land. & CO., Grand Forks, N. D. W. N. CRANE Attorney-At-Luw Special attention given to applica tions to amend entries, leaves of ab sence, findings, proofs and contests in U. S. land office land script Correa pondence solicited. Seofield Block Minot, If. D. If you want a perfect shirt, send tt to Elliott's laundry, where they have just installed a Newark polisher, which enables us to produce three fin isher, dull, gloss, and extra gloss. This is the only finisher of its kind in the northwest, the very best money can buy. Go to Elliott's for fine work, 602 and 604 DeMers avenue. Grand Forks, N. D. While enjoying an evening stroll, don't forget that F. J. Cummings, 220 Demers Ave., East Side, makes specialty of Ice Cream SundayB. Flu Ice Cream Parlors. Remember he keeps Ice Cream Cones nice and fresh. A large soda fountain, and all good things for the palate—get the habtt and come over—left hand side as yon go up town. Excursions. For the Winnipeg Industrial Exhi bition, $4.55. On July 21 to 26 inclu sive the Great Northern will sell round-trip tickets to Winnipeg and re turn for $4.55 final return limit, July 30, 1906, via the Great Northern rail way. S. H. Cawthron, ticket agent. The evidence before the British army stores commissioners, as to graft during the Boer war, shows that there was only one regiment the con tractors were unable to cheat. That proud distinction belongs to the Seventh Hussars. They weighed everything and checked the quality of everything supplied tbem. Times Want Ads. find good tenants for good houses and good houses for good tenants. Subscribe for The Evening Times. BOTH PHONES I45-M SIG WOLFF ..FURS.. STORED AND INSURED Have Yon Far Garaenti Repaired Now! Saen^erfest Rates July 24-25-26,1906 By ordering your next winters Purs at this time [to be delivered and paid for in the fall] you can save 30c on every dollar. ONE FARE PLUS 50 CENTS FOR THE ROUND TRIP TO St* Paul Minneapolis Tickets iood returning to and including July 31. Tickets may be extended, on payment of SOc, to Aug. 19, 1906. For tull Information call on D. MULREIN. Local Agent, Grand Forks, Jf. D. NORTHERN PACIFIC RAILWAY A. M. CLBLAND, General Passenger Agent, St. Paul, Hlaa. "A dwarf may keep pace with a giant if he will but move his legs a little faster." And a "want advertiser" may realize FULLY AS GREAT RETURNS UPON HIS INVESTMENT IN AD VERTISING SPACE as the largest merchant. ST. PAUL, MINN.—Biennial Stencer fest of the Eaengerbund of the Northwest Tickets on sale July 24, 25 and 26, good to return until July 31, with extension features maH^g final extension Aug. 16, 1$06. Rate one fare plus SOc.