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V.* •$ „. N ~W d- .M l' v\ -f THURSDAY, AUGUST 2,1906. Landscape, Colored—Paul Griffith. Plrata iM rinren. Collection of Plant*—Mrs. C. L. •Graber. Begonias—Mrs. R. A. Pederson first, Mrs. Oruber second. Geraniums, Single—Mrs. Pederson first. Geraniums, Double Miss Tlllle Ahne, East Grand Forks, first Mrs. Pederson second. Geranium, Ivy Leaved—Miss' Tillie Ahne first. Specimen Plant—Mrs. E. Allen first •and second. Sweet Peas—Mrs. George Wheeler first, Mrs. D. W. Luke second. Nasturtiums—Hermann Wolff first, Mrs. Restadlngs, East Grand Forks, •second. Pansles—Mrs. D. W. Luke first, Mrs. Mary Boise second. Poppies (Special)—Mrs. George A. Wheeler, Jr. FAIR NOTES. Mr. Geo. DeLlsle and his daughter from Walhalla are prominent visitors in town. Mr. Earl Jacobson is in from Minot. Banker C. W. Andrews of Walhalla, Is an Interested spectator at the races. Editor A. P. Blonde from Hampton is enjoying the sights. The Friedman fur exhibit in the main building at the fair is the finest of its kind there. All the latest fall styles in furs are shown, especially in ladles' coats. Their booth is an at tractive one and is in charge of Miss Julia Homme. The R. B. Griffith booth of fine china is a beauty and was arranged by Mrs. D. J. Gillie of this city who shows marked artistic ability. A great deal of the hand painted specimens are her own work and are worthy of notice. Mrs. Giilis will after this take charge of the decorating in the china depart* ment of the Griffith store. Her paint ing of American beauty roses took first prize in the art department and excited much comment for its beauty of color. Ing. Some splendid specimens of Har danger needle work are displayed in the women's exhibit Some good exhibits of needle work that were entered late last evening those of Mrs. Sylvester of Thompson, ~N. D., a silk quilt, netted bag and in fant's dress and cap. All beautiful specimens of work. Margaret Urdahl of Thompson dis plays some well done crocheted lace work. Fern Wilkins sends in from Thompson the best dressed doll. L. D. Snell and daughter from Web ster, North Dakota are the guests of Ills brother, Mr. E. M. Snell and family for the week. Frank Snell has returned from a de lightful trip to Minneapolis and spends liis time taking tickets at the fair grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hager from St. Tbomaa were visitors the eurly part of the week. Some very odd and beautiful bitfr Of wood carving are on exhibit at the fair. We did not learn the name of the ex hibitor, but the pieces are splendid and dainty specimens of work in the «haps of napkin rings, mustard pots and small vases. **LLHW ,'}V': vv^ f. 1 V"'T his school exhibit He is accompanied by his son. Mr. C. H. Parker, proprietor of the Leland hotel and business partner of D. A. Dlnnle, is a visitor at the fair. Mrs. O. Y. De Lendrechle of Fargo, is in the city. Attorney S. J. Cowley and his sister. Miss Sadie are in for the fair and are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Cav anaugh. Mr. L. S. Champine the prominent banker and horseman is here from Minot. Mrs. Champine expected to ac company him, but owing to the Inclem ency of the weather, could not. Will Lycan of Crookston is here. Norman Young of Fargo ts enjoying the fair. D. J. Morrison is a prominent Minto visitor at the "fair. John O'Keefe, the Mlnto druggist is here taking in the sights of the fair. Mr. and Mrs. George Dangerfleld, former Grand Forks residents were noticed on the grounds, enjoying the fair and greeting old acquaintances. Cele Edison, the big farmer from McCanna, N. D., came in for a holiday and see the exhibits of live stock at the fair. Mr. and Mrs. A. J| Hultgreen from Mallory came In to buy goods and take In the fair. Mr. V. E. Bemls, the Inkster mer chant Is here enjoying the races and looking after goods for his fall stock with the Rasmussen company. Albert Lunde from Maza is a visitor. John P. Reiten and family from Gilby are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rasmussen for the fair week. Mrs. Rutherford and her daughter Haze] from Gilby are the guests of friends in town for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mahon from Ink ster are .in town. The concert given by the Luther College band was immensely pleasing to exposition visitors. The band is composed of some very fine musicians and Sig Sperati has them well drilled. They make a handsome appearance in their bright uniforms and the music is of a high order. This feature of the day's program was alone worth the price of admission. Manager H. C. Plumley of the Fargo Forum was at the fair yesterday and complimented the stock exhibits very highly. Rob. Bosard is one of the able super intendents connected with the cattle exhibits. Excursion rates to Mentor, Bemidjl, Cass Lake and Devils Lake on sale daily for the round trip, good 30 days, and special low rates on sale via Great Northern on Saturday and Sunday. J. H. Cawthron, T. A. Just Arrived A fresh line of rookies, crackers and confectionery Music every evening at our ice cream parlors.—F. J. Cummlngs. Phone, 23 Terms, cash. Times Want Ads. find good tenant* for good houses and good houses foi eutfil tenants Sanitary Refrigerator A refrigerator that will not offer shelter to disease germs or microbes, or from any cause taint the article It contains. A refrigerator which is constructed on scientific principles of sanitation, giving the free air currents, yet main taining the frigid temperature with out dampness—cold, pure, sweet air— a reliable preservative of perishable articles of food. The White Frost Sanitary Refrigerator is all tbis. All metal, white enameled revolving cen ter. Call and see It for yourself. 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Madame Schu man-Heinck is to sing in two of the cycles in Bayreuth, after which she goes to Munich for the festival at the Prlnzregenten theater, where she will be engaged from August 19 to Sept ember 3, when she will return to this country. Henry W. Savage made two special trips to Italy and another to London, or 22,000 miles in all, before he had a:t opportunity to witness a performance of "Mme. Butterfly," the Japanese lyric tragedy American production October 15 in Washington by, Mr. Sav age. Owen Davis, the author of the suc cessful play, "At the World's Mercy," says that he personally knew every character he has put upon the stage in his new play. "At the World's Mercy." which comes to the Bijou all of this week. "The Blue Moon," the musical play selected by the Messrs. Shubert for James T. Powers, ran almost a solid year at the Apollo Theater, London. Edna May has again taken her posi tion as the idol of all London. Her success in the "Belee of Mayfalr" is the greatest she has ever known in England. William Gillette, who is now cruis ing in his house boat, the Aunt Polly goes on tour this fall in his own play, "Clarice," in which he scored so mark ed a triumph last season. It is said that Channing Pollock has signed contracts with Cohan & Harris to write a play to be called "Money." In the latter part of August, at Wal lack's Theater, New York, Charles Frohman will produce the American play, "The Judge and the Jury." It was written by Oliver Morosco and Harry D. Cottrell, and is described as being an unusually strong and pic turesque play. Olga Netebrsole has purchased land for a villa near Biarritz, and will spend her summers there in the fu ture. She recently visited M. and Madame Rosland at their castle in the Pyrenees. The attractive pastoral play. "Her First False Step," produced on more elaborate lines, is to come to the Bijou shortly. Eya Tanguay returns to the Alvin this season with a new play, "A Good Fellow," and she anticipates a very much better production than she had last year. James Slevin, a young New Yorker, has written a play for James O'Neill which will probably be produced in this city in the fall. The International Trio, who scored Prof. Berg is in from Larimore with Subscribe for The Evening Times All of the house party Jiave returned White Frost THE EVENING TIMES. GRAND FORKS, N. D. THE MASK OF MOMUS Theatrical Gossip of Interest to Loven of the Play. The Klrke La Shelie production of "checkers" will open its next season in St. Paul, August 26, and after play ing the Twin Cities will start upon its trip to the Pacific Coast. When "In Old Kentucky" begins Its next season the leading role of Madge, the mountain heroine, will be taken by Miss Marie Qulnn, a charming young actress yet in her teens. quite a hit last season on the vaude ville stage on account of their clever musical act, appear with the Ideals at the Academy this week. "The Other Fellow," a topical me lange of mirth, music and merriment, is the comedy presented by the Ideals this week at the Academy. It is said to be much above the average burles que travesties. In New York It is said that Virginia Harned Is to be David Belasco's suc cessor to Mrs. Leslie Carter. Eddie Foy begins the new season in his old role of Jim Cheese in "The Earl and the CHrl," and later will be starred by the Shuberts in "The Wild and Woolly Way." John Drew returns from abroad early next month to begin rehearsals in "His Hpuse in Order," by Arthur W. Pinero. More than 1,200 chorus girls will be utilized by the Shubert's next season in their 15 musical comedy companies and at .the New York Hippodrome. The Four Rianos, the European acrobats who personate monkeys in their act entitled "Africa," are said to have actually gone to the trouble and expense of spending a vacation in Africa, where they could study the simian in its native haunts. FROM MAPLE LAKE. Items of Interest Relative to the Sum mer Resort. Special to The Evnlif Time*. Maple Lake, August 2.—The "Snug gery" closed on the Sunday that the late occupants, Wm. Williams, and the Misses Sophia and Minerva Wright and Bisbee returned to Grand Forks. Vap, Charles and Hec. Rapin spent a few days at the Lakeside. Music lov ers should hear those boys sing. Lloyd Ericsson is one of the stars at the Calumet Hall dances. Wm. Marshall and family and Dr. Ayne returned to Red Lake Falls after two days stay at the Lake. A. Greenberg and family are spend ing a few days with us. Auditor Dave Fulton and his family are at their cottage for a week's out ing. Rob Ray is making frequent visits at the West Cottage. There are 8 girls there. Mrs. Judge Wilde and family, of Crookston returned home Monday af ter a two weeks' visit at "Garfield Cot tage." Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kent and Miss Frazier were among the dancers on Saturday. Miss Ruth Spenley of Crookston vis ited with Mrs. Wilde for a week and has returned home. The second race of the season was won by "Cadet" with "Walz" 2nd. The .Cadet was captained by Mr. Hemberg, assisted by Strauder of Crookston. 0. Yound's Furniture and Music House WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Priced so that the wage earner can make home what should be Cash or Monthly Payments O. YOUNG 125*126-129 South Third Si* Grand Forks, North Dakota home except Miss Eva Turner who'wlll stay till snow falls. E. J. Martin is dividing up his time between shaving, rowing, swimming and is good at all three. Mr. Hunt, Sam, Lucy, and Mrs. Dr. Ayne of Red Lake Falls are spending a week at Carlton Cottage. E.D. Clough of Crookston enjoyed his weekly visit at the Lake Sunday. Lakeside hotel was taxed to its full capacity again last Saturday and Sun day. Miss Gage went up to Grand Forks for the fair, leaving Mrs. Roy Miller and Helen in charge of the cottage. Row and sail boats were at a prem ium on Saturday and all sorts of tubs were called into action for the day. Louis Ryan of East Grand Forks fin ished up his vacation at Maple Lake and says that it will compare favor ably with Devils Lake as a pleasure re sort. The toboggan slide at the Lakeside is kept pretty busy every afternoon. Mrs. Welcome with a party of 13 spent a pleasant week at Lincoln Cottage on the Heights. John Zerkfass of Grand Forks spent three days at the Lake and incident ally ate pie at the Lakeside hotel. "CIRCUS FREAK. Man With Two Hearts Succumbs to Consumption. Salem, Ore., July 30.—Consumption has claimed George Lippert, one of the wonders of T. P. Barnum's shows, who had lived for two weeks with one of his hearts dead. Lippert's frame as a freak of nature lay in the fact that he had two hearts, three perfect ly formed legs and sixteen toes. Two weeks ago one of his hearts in the right side of his body, ceased beat ing. Then tuberculosis gained the mastery over him and his death soon followed. Surgeons who performed an autopsy declare that had it not been for con sumption, which had already had the uper hand, the death of Lippert's right heart would not have made any differ ence and that he would probably have lived for years. Until seven years ago Lippert's life had been spent in the show business. He could speak five different languages and any number of dialects. A globe trotter's careers is not conducive to saving, and Lippert had only a 25-cent piece when he found himself sick and homeless in Oregon. Mrs. Mary Riggs a florist, gave him a home, and he quit the show business for good, making his home thereafter with his benefac tress, in whose home he died. He was visited here by may showmen. In addition to the two usual legs Lippert had a third which was grown out of his right side and was somewhat thinner than the others, but was per fectly formed. The third leg was fractured in a train wreck in France. He was not able to use it afterward, but he would not consent to it being amputated. Bryant in London. London. Aug. 1.—Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam J. Bryan were the guests at a reception given by the Irish club this evening. They were welcomed in be half of the members bv T. P. O'Con nor. Mr. Bryan replied briefly, thank ing the members of the club and dwelling on the important part played by the Irish In building up the United States. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan, accompanied by Colonel Wetmore, M. F. Dunlap, Mrs. Dunlay and Miss Dunlap, of Chicago, left tonight for Holland. They will visit Amsterdam and the Hague on Sunday, and go to Cologne on Mon day, where Mr. and Mrs. Bryan will join their daughter and then go up the Rhine, through Switzerland and to Venice, Florence, Rome and Naples, successively, making short stops, and reaching Paris btween August 10 and 15. They will then go to Madrid, Grnada and Gibraltar, whence they will sail for home on the North Ger man Lloyd steamer Princess Irene on August 29. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Master, of Chicago, will join the party at Gibraltar. Times Want Ads. bring about 'swaps." The Right Road TO CHICAGO. KANSAS CITY Ann FROM SAINT PAUL OR MINNEAPOLIS €hia«o. fast timey OMAHA 6REAT WESTERN, putmmt trai"S dai,y' superb'y eJU'PPed, making Through Tourist Cars to California, with choice of routes west of Omaha or Kansas City. Foi information wtite to It It. JOKES. Traveling Agttrt, Fargo. 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