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FRIDAY, AUGUST 3,1906. Miss Grace Cow«M, fifteen years old, edited and* managed the Balfour Statesman during the absence of her father at the Rocheater hospital and did so well that the press could not distinguish the change. At Balfour little Rena Ashbaugh at tempted to see how a cigar nipper worked, and lost the ends of her fingers. A bundle of infant-wearing apparel can be had by application at the Shel don Progress office. At Hansboro a thief held the atten tion of a hardware clerk while his pal swiped several articles. The act was discovered, and the proprietor and clerk licked the two to a finish. Emmons county farmers have a home-made well digging apparatus which digs about twenty-five feet per day. Sheldon had an old settler's picnic. Mike De la Bere was one of the most prominent. He 1b said to have drank four gallons of lemonade at one sit ting. The Cando baseball aggregation has set a movement on foot to travel and give exhibition games, and are now engaged in laying out a route south through this state. South Da kota, western' Minnesota, northern Iowa, and ending up in Wisconsin. The home of Eric Lofgren, five miles south of Bowbells was struck by lightning and Mr. Lofgren, Walter Hal verson and the former's hired man had almost miraculous escapes with their lives. The lightning struck" the chim ney, knocking it to smithereens, com ing down Into the house through the ceiling and entering a room where sat the three men, knocked them from their chairs to the floor, all three being stunned and some minutes elapsing be fore their recovery. When they fin ally "came to" Mr. Lofgren was unable to move his left foot, and believing it to be paralyzed, started to town to consult a physician, but on the way, the numbness in the injured member disappeared, and on arriving at the physicians office he found himself all right and Buffering no ill effects to speak cf from his experience. Dan Holland traded horses with some horse traders at Deering last week but soon after the deal was con summated he repented of his deal and wanted to swap back, which the horse traders refused to do. Holland em ployed the arm of the law to help him out but the justice of the peace, after listening to the evidence and reading up on horse trading law dis missed the case. A stranger named Charles B. Cramer is wanted by A. C. Hinckley of Bis marck on a charge of forgery and pas sing worthless checks. It appears that Cramer is fond of driving, and there fore hired a rig of Hinckley and in payment tendered a check of Harris Brothers for fll, receiving about $8 coin in change. Later the check was found to be a forgery and a warrant was sworn out today for his arrest, but he has made himself scarce. Another man on the Steele gang was killed on the Aneta extension. This makes the fourth accident of this nature that has occured since work was started on this line. The accident was due to a mistake in a signal which caused the engineer to back the engine too soon and before the man could get out of the way he was caught under the wheels, one leg and arm be ing cut off. Halvor, the 12-year-lo(l son of P. J. Hertsgaard of Kindred got mixed up with a self dumping hay rake the other day and had his left heel al most torn off. F. T. Kelly is dead at Enderlin, as the result of a 22-calibre bullet ac cidentally penetrating his right eye and lodging in the brain. He was in the act of shooting a weasel, and not having the rifle in position to shoot when the weasel appeared, s'truck at it with the butt of the gun, with the result above given. He died in five minutes. It is understood that Dave Wellman, the state Bealer of weights and meas ures, has "troubles of his own." It is said that He has a bill of some $2,000 for fees examining and testing scales of elevator companies. They decline to pay, claiming law unconstitutional and say they will stand suit first. Clarence Crum of Hansbro has se cured a patent on a rein holder a clever little contrivance which fastens to the dash-board of the buggy, and keeps the reins for falling under the feet of the team. "LUCKY" BALDWIN'S END NEAR. AMoelateal Preaa to The Emlx Tlarn. Winnipeg, Man., Aug. 3.—Under the constant care of physicians, who do not conceal their belief that his case is a hopeless one, Ellas Jackson Bald win, or "Lucky" Baldwin, as he is known throughout the length and breadth of America, is living in se clusion at Fort Rogue. He is suffer ing from palpitation of the heart and the doctors refuse to allow his friends to see him, because they fear agitation would be harmful. The aged man's strtiggle this time is not for gold, but for life. For over a half a century he and fate have been playing a game of dice. Often the game went against him, but more frequently he won. Many years ago, when it was at its height, thousands of interested per sons watched it with fascinated eyes. It was romantic, it was picturesque, like the man himself. Many times fate stripped him bare and laid his fortune ,in ruins at his feet, but with a grim smile he would seize the dice and -with one throw win all back again. But this time it seems as if he is to lose forever. -Mr. Baldwin is now nearly eighty years old, having been borne in Ohio in the year 1828. But his picturesque career has been identified chiefly with the state of California. It was that state that gave him his first fortune. Then he made another one in Nevada out of the Comstock. His fortune at one time was reputed to be $20,000,000, but much of it was wasted in un profitable ventures. The greatest medium for the dif fusion of his name and fame was the palatial hotel and theatre that he erected on Market street, San Fran cisco, at a cost of $3,000,000. All the culture and pride that he had were centered in that hotel. A few years after it was built he saw it go up in smoke, and as he watched the flames wrap themselves around it he wept for the first time to anyone's knowl edge. In later years he spent the most of If yon want to bay or sell If yon want help or want employment If yon want to aell yonr house If yon want anything HELP WANTED—MALE. FOREMAN WANTED—CAPABLE OF handling 12-page weekly. No boosers need apply. The Optimist, Rugby, WANTED—A GOOD STEADY PRINT er can secure a steady Job at once Cando'STD* Cando Herald, WANTED—CEMENT WORK BT AN exoerteitasd oement worker estt mates civen alto. Address Peter Chrlstofferson. The Evening Times. WANTED—SOLICITING DEPUTY FOR A correct Reserve Fund, Fraternal Order, that creates a reserve that will mature all Certificates at end of Lite Expectancy, on 5% Interest basis.. W. J. Hlfgins, State Mana ger, 7H So. Third. INSURANCE SOLICITORS WANTED— For a Company that offers what Is best 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, 7M Third St. So. Phone, Tr -State 644-L. PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. JOHN FAWCETT, M.A., M.D. DISEASES OF WOMEN AND GENERAIj SURGEON Office over Stanchfleld Store Phone 261 DR. J. GRASSIGK Office Northwestern Building Corner DeMers Avenue and Fourth 8t S. W. RUTLEDGE HOMEOPATHIC Physician and Snrgeon. 128 8. Third St Grand Forks, N. D. DR. L. L. ECKMAN, DENTIST. Both Phones—466M. Grand Forks, North Dakota DR. ORR SANDERS, DR. MAT 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 your hmdMsbve white awaiting for poor trains a Open Day and IVitfht OSCAR 1NODSON. ftop'r Botaa: II and SL2S par day GRAND FORKS. N. DAK. Opposite a N. Dtoat Some girls are clever they have made themselves great beauties by taking Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. There is no scheming, they fight shy of cosmetics and have become the handsomest girls in the Btate. Tea or Tablets, 35 cents. Lion Drug Store. In many respects the dowager em press is one of the most remarkable, as she is one of the most monstrous figures of modern history. She was the daughter of a Manchurian noble, and followed the fortunes of her family from Pekin to Canton, until, when she was about 7 years old, the condition of her father's finances necessitated, or at least resulted in, her sale as a slave into the family of a Canton mer chant. Her beauty even at that time was pronounced, according to Chinese standards, and her cleverness had al ready developed. When she was about 17 years old, the Emperor Hsien Fung, as is the Chinese custom, issued a proclamation calling upon the daughters'of Man churia to present themselves at Pekin for a choice to be made among them for the imperial harem. She travelled his time indeveloping his ranch of 60,000 acres, the Santa Anita, on which he raised some of the finest race horses America ever produced. He is the only man whose horses won four American derbys. His famous derby winners were Volante, Silver ClouJ, Emperor of Norfolk and Rey el Santa TAILORS. TAILORS. WORKING DAT AND NIGHT First Class Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing B, BOOBES, Prop, N. W. 789L Tri-State 767L Corner Kittson Ave. and Third St. Grand Forks, North Dakota PHILIPP AMON, Merchant Tailor. Suits $13.00 and upwards. Cleaning, pressing and repairing. I call and deliver your suits. Over Stanchfield's, South Third St Trl-State Phone 7ML. Grand Forks 0. F. WISNER Manufacturers' Agent Feed Mills, Aermoter Windmills, Gas oline Engines, Peerless Steam Engines, Pumps, Aermoter Ex tras, Peerless Steam Plows Grand Forts, North Dakota 0.1. Barnes & Co. ALL DUDS Or field tnd Garden SEEDS Vs hits mqtUs|. OssHiy fcsisntsed. Ik* pricM ti be right, Writ* GRAND FORKS, N. D. Ed. Miencier SEMEIU Contracting A N Building Minot, N. D. SEALS Either Pocket or Dcik Rubber Stamps Write for Catalog 0AD WELL, The Stamp Mas Grand Forks, N. D. REIGNS WITHOUT RULING IN CHINA THE DOWAGER EMPRESS HAS BEEN THE REAL RUL ER OF THE FLOWERY KINGDOM SINCE ENTER ING THE HAREM OF EMPEROR HSIEN FUNG G(»li( Tine* Special Service. Washington, D. C., Aug. 3—Kwang Shue, the emperor of China, reached his thirty-fifth year today and a cable message from China says that the for eign ambassadors paid the customary visit to the palace to present con gratulations on behalf of their re spective miers. Recent#news dis patches from China are to the effect that the young emperor, who from his birth has been a weakling physically and mentally, is now in a serious con dition. His death at any time would occasion little surprise. In the event of his passing away, it is probable that the liberal reform element would make a great effort to seize the reins of government and with some hope of success now thaMhe dowager empress has grown go old that she would find it difficult to continue her grasp on the throne. THE PRESENT YOUNG EMPEROR A SICKLY IM BECILE. up to Pekin in the luxury befitting her rank, triumphantly passed the ordeal of- inspection by the emperor's offi cers, and was promptly installed in the imperial palace among the emperor's women. This was in 1848 beautiful, accom plished and possessed of consumate tact and unusal knowledge, Tsu Tsi soon stepped out from among the throng of the harem residents into a separate and distinctive place. Later, when she presented the emperor with a son and heir to the throne, she rose still higher in favor. In 1860, while the boy was still young, his father died and very soon the small boy was proclaimed emperor under the title of Tung Chi, with the dowager empress and mother empress appointed co-regents. FOr many years, dominating her weak co-regent, Tsu Tsi was absolute ruler of China. Fin ally her son, Tung Chi, attained his majority, was duly proclaimed emper or, and the regency ended. Apparently Tsu Tsi's career was closed. Wise and silent, she drew back with her sister regent into pri vate imperial life. But Tung Chi died, and his young wife passed away in childbirth and the dowager empress at once again came to the front, pre senting to the Chinese people a new emperor In the person of Kwang Shu, a baby son of a brother of the Emperor Hsien Fung. It is this nephew of her dead husband who is now the sick emperor of China, and whose death, wljich may be but a matter of weeks or days, will precipitate a political, social and industrial upheavel which the Flowery Kingdom never before has experienced in its centuries of his tory. Anita. What Mr. Baldwin's fortune amounts to now is not known, but the still is regarded us a rich man, with a prin cipality of the richest land in the fer- Gabriel California. valley, in southern THE EVENING TIMES, GRAND FORKS, N. D. FOR SALE. BEST BICYCLE BARGAIN—WILL PAY spot cash. W. H., Times. FOR SALE—125.00 folding bed, near ly new, for $16.00. Call 1032-L, N. W. Phone. FOR SALE FULL DRESS SUIT (new) slse IS $19.00 If taken this week. H. J., care Times. FOR SALE—Household furniture. House must be vacated by 1st of month. 100, Walnut street, corner 1st avenue. ON ACCOUNT OF LEAVING THE city will sell a brand new $460.68 Crown piano for 276.00. Call at 120 Fourth Ave. FOR SALE—WILL SELL HOUSEHOLD furniture at a sacrifice if taken at once. Inquire of H. C. Brown, 409 Cottonwood. Phone, 1109-L. FOR SALE—AN OFFICIAL COUNTY paper In Red River Valley town. Best one-man paper In the state. Write ifor particular*. Lock Box SB. FOR SALE—-TWO GOOD HUNTING S°KPL.on*J8 W English setter and half blue beuldlng pointer the other is a full-blooded pointer. Also one small gasoline motor boat, 1« feet long, will carry 1200 pounds^ hand made engine 1 1-2 horse power. $125.00. Write or call. Fred Ed« wards, Northwood. N. D. TENTS AND AWNINGS. DON MCDONALD TENTS, AWNINGS, SHADES Waterproof Covers for Harvesters Threshers and Grain Stacks Corner DeMers and Fifth Gmd Forin, North Dakota MONUMENTS. GRAND FORKS MONUMENT WORKS R. JEFFREY, Proprietor. Monumental Headstones, Cemetery1 Fencing Trl-State 282L 424 DeMers Ave. Grand Forks, X. p. ARCHITECTS J. W. ROSS ARCHITECT and Superintendent of Construction Office 1)6 Third St. Grand Forks, N. D. R. L. SMITH ARCHITECT Both Phones. National Bank Bldg. W. J. EDWARDS ARCHITECT Northwestern Bldg. Grand Forks Northwestern Phonj 466L. WILLIAM ZIMMERMAN ARCHITECT Sofield Block Mlnot, North Dakota K. H. JOHNSON WALL PAPER AND PAINTS Paperhanglng, Sign and Fresco Wort Both Phones 833N 106 4th St. S. Grand Forks, North Dakota While enjoying an evening stroll, don't forget that F. J. Cummlngs, 210 Demers Ave., East Side, makes a specialty of Ice Cream Sundays. Fine Ice Cream Parlors. Remember he keeps Ice Cream Cones nioe and fresh. A large soda fountain, and all good things for the palat»--get the habit and come over,—left hand side as yon go np town. "THIS DATE IN HISTORY," AUGUST' 3. 1460—James II. of Scotland, died. 1492—Columbus embarked on his first voyage of discovery. 1732—First stone laid of the Bank of England. 1777—Fort Schuyler, at the head of the Mohawk river, invested by the British. 1804—U. S. squadron under Com. Preble attacked Tripoli. 1814—British force repulsed in ex pedition against city of Buffalo. 1819—Barrow's straits re-discovered by Captain Perry. 1847—Earl of Aberdeen, late Gover nor-General of Canada, born. 1854—Rossini's opera, "William Tell," given first production. 1864—Gen. Hood attacked Gen. Logan's lines at Atlanta. 1884—Henry M. Stanley, recently returned from Africa, received by king of Belgium. 1894—Li Hung Chang intrusted with the Chinese war against Japan. 1898—Spain accepted American con ditions of peace. "THIS IS MY 59th BIRTHDAY" Earl of Aberdeen, Twice lord-lieutenant of Ireland, governor-general of Canada and lord high commissioner of the church of Scotland is a part of the distinguished official record of Sir John Campbell Gordon, seventh Earl of Aberdeen, who was born August 3. 1847. Al though the Aberdeen earldom is rich and ancient, and one of the most im portant in the kingdom, yet the pres ent peer and peeress live the "simple life," do good works, and uphold the domestic tradition of a by-gone period. Their only daughters, now Lady Mar Jorle Sinclair, received a home* educa tion, interested herself in poorer chil dren, and edited a magazine called Wee Willie Winkle. Then Lord Aber deen sent his two younger sons to one of the big ship building yards in Aberdeen as ordinary apprentices. His eldest son and heir, Lord Haddo, Is soon to wed the widow of a wealthy Sheffield draper and the mother of his college chum, Uidy Aberdeen is a woman of high mental attainments and much individuality. Cut flowers at Undertaker Sulli van's, East Grand Forks. Minn. Tele phone 777 For eruptions, sores, pimples, kid ney and liver troubles, constipation, Indigestion, use Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea. Carries new life to every part of the body. Tea or Tab lets, 35 cents.—Lion Drug Store. Times Want Ads. find good tenanta for good houses and good houses for aood tenanta. Encourage (he boy—it'll bring you joy. POSITION WANTED. POSITION WANTED—A FIRST-CLASS snare drummer would like to hear Jroma good band in town of 8,000 to ",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. townmN WANTED—POSmON BT AN EXPER lenced dry mods and general store man. Care Evening Times. WANTED POSITION AS HOUSE- In town preferred. Address Box NT, Larlmore. N. D. WANTED igtS. BURLINGTON IS Prepared to do flrat-class dressmak- K^hVrd^t"" WANTED—POSITION AS 8TENOG rapher and bookkeeper, by young lady who can give fine recommenda tions. Phone 662-L Trl-State. WANTED—SITUATION BT UNIVER alty student to work evenings. In quire J. K.. Evening Times. JEFF'S TRANSFER Both Phones 83. Hacks and Livery, dray and trans fer work, moving pianos a specialty. Only low down moving vans in the city. Day or night callB attended to promptly. All work guaranteed. G. W. BARTON, Prop. 612 DeMers Ave. Opp. G. N. Depot KISS DELA ODEGARD Phone 765L 603 DeMers Ave. Bast Grand Forks, Minn. Manufacturer of high grade cigars such as Cranl Forks EAGLES, Globe and (he A* 0* U* W* "60 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 Williston Land District I will locate you In Williams or McKenxle counties and attend to any and all land office cusl ness. I was with the Government Land Department 10 years and will guarantee expert work in my lines. GEO. SCHNEPPER Issl Attorney. WUIllstoa, If. D. Call on me or write me. GASH for ill Kiadi el Jssk, el Sctsp lies, Copper ssd Brut, Old faUn loels sas Show, Isgi ef all lisds, sad Bottles. Special Price for Car Load M. FISHMAN lmes W" Jamea~ Pr,C~""°* WANTED—BT ENGINEER, A Posi tion as stationery ar traction engi neer good license and goad refer ences. Address A. Graham Bos M. Knox. N. D. PRINTER WANTED PERMANENT ^uKtroS.flNr8t£?lB"" II. W. those 8174 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. NEW DENTISTS Twenty-six Licensed to Jerk Teeth in North Dakota— The List. Dr. H. L. Starling, secretary of the state board of deniai examiners, yes terday gave out the list of the candi dates who succeeded in passing the examination held in Grand Forks July 11 and 13, and who have been licensed to practice in North Dakota. The fortunate ones, who will now become full fledged dentists, number twenty-six and all these attained a percentage of SO or more in the ex amination. They are as follows: Wisehart, O. M„ Glen Ullin. Britton, J. H., New Salem. Baechler, A. E„ Edgeley. Burke, O. S., Fergus Falls, Minn. Bertleson, E., Fergus Falls, Minn. Moore, W. A., St. Paul, Minn. Fleming, H. F„ Minneapolis, Minn. Dow, J. A., Stratford, Ont. Musens, E. F., Fessenden. Ogilvie, R. A., Hannah. Truesdell, B„ Kansas City, Mo. Baasen, J. B., Fargo. Juul, A. J., Elbow Lake, Minn. Fallis, W. V., Omemee. Richards, C. M., St. Olaf, la. Crary, E. ., St. Olaf, la. Burt, L. H., Chokio, Minn. Rowe, A. T., Casselton. Ambrose, J. L., Chicago, III. Lier, E. H., Ashbey, Minn. Hocking, W. E., Wheatland. Odum, S., Fargo. Thomas, H. W„ Ellendale. Nelson, G. A., Enderlin. Twidt, Oliver, Grand Forks. McGraw, A. E„ Aivloch. CONFERENCE FOR CHRISTIAN WORKERS. Auorlated Praia to The Evening Times. East Northfield, Mass., Aug. 3.—The twenty-fourth annual session of the general conference for Christian Workers, founded by the late Dwight L. Moody opened today, and will con tinue until Autflst 19. The programme provides for the discussion of all the problems of evangelism by men who have won wide reputation as pastor evangelists, prominent among the scheduled participants are: Len G. Broughton of Atlanta, Rev. R. A. Tor rey of Chicago, Joseph P. Calhoun of Pittsburg, Dr. G. Campbell-Morgan of London, Dr. G. A. Johnston-Ross of Cambridge, England, and Dr. Hutton of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Excursion rates to Mentor, Bemidji, 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. FOR RENT. FOR RENT—NEW 7-ROOM FURNISH ed house. 1118 Cheyenne Ave. 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 and one furnished down stalrs room, modern, nice location. 430 So. Fifth St. FOR RENT—THREE ROOMS, Up stairs modern furnished or unfur nished. Apply to (11 Nor street Dixtn street Pr,nter' HerttId' Sort* Fourth FOR RENT THREE FURNISHED rooms for light housekeeping at 601 Cottonwood St. FOR RENT—ONE NICE, ONFURNISH ed room downstairs, at 121 North FOR RENT—LARGE PLEASANT FUR niahed room at IM No. Sixth St FOR RENT—FURNISHED KOOMS AT 1118 Cheyenne Ave. SECOND HAND GOODS. SELL OR TRADE STOVES, HOUSE feoId .good", etc., to G. F. Furniture Co., tzo S. Third street Phones 80. CUTTING SCHOOL. TWIN CITY CUTTING SCHOOL. Wo teach cutting, draping, and the art of making mens garments. Publ'sl? a reliable and authentic trade Journal known as The Twin City Tailor and Fashion Journal. Send for copy. __We occupy 4.C90 square feet floor space for our new coat, pants and vest shop. We cut trim and make garments west' s®1 u,lor*all over the North- Write today for catalogue. Omrmn Bemaeplm Ave. aad B|Uk St. MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. ATTORNEY. ART I'HOTOGRAPHEIt. H. M. PAULSRUD Portrait Commercial Landscape. o91L Tri-State Telephone. 200 S. 4th St. Grand Forks. N. D. A SPECIAL RATE OF $1 A MONTH Will be made on a space this size un der this heading. Any merchant can get results by aslng these little ads. FLOUR AND FEED. The City Feed Store downkt ft rmm. now. Flour, Feed, Hay and Wood of All Kinds Mtniiu QBAND*OBnLM.D PHONE RICE'S TRANSFER WOB HACKS, DAT OB NIGHT AMD BAG OAGKWAGONB AT ALL HOUBS. PHONE 602L Burlington, Route' -vtw i-' PAGE SEVEN MISCELLANEOUS WANTS. WANTED GENTLEMAN ROOM mate for large front room on Third street H„ care Times. Phone. 644-L. LOST BETWEEN BAST GRAND Forks and Mallory, a dark red male setter. Suitable reward for his ro turn to J. F. Brandt, East Grand Forks. GOOD PAT FOR EARNEST WOR1 everywhere distributing circi— samples and advertising matter. canvassing. Cooperative AdvertMaa Co.. New York. LOST—BACK HAIR COMB, TRIMMED with Roman gold. Finder return to Evening Times Office. WANTED THE EVENING pays S cents per pound for dpi ootton rage. «f WASHING AND IRONING DON* IP home. (Si North Sixth atreet. FOR SALE— TWENTY-FOUR ROOM, hotel and farniture complete. Best: location In town. A snap If ttkMi' Berthold. N.^8' T' WANTED—POSITION BT EXPERI enced office man capable of correspondence, drafting deeds mortgages, and examining abstrac" stenographer. Best references. & Abegglen, Minneapolis, Minn. NOTICE—WE HAVING PURCHASED^ "Sport Webster," Marie's 8port living son, I offer his services to Elevils roved bitches at 10. W. 8. Lake, N. D. VOICE CULTURE. Mr. J. A. Evans, late of Royal acad emy, London, and late leading tenor of well known opera companies, wfll give singing lessons by mail. Sum mer address. Willow City N, D. WANTED Two or three cheap quarter sectlona ot land. FRED G. WELLS ft CO., Grand Forks, I, I. W. N. CRANE Attorney-At-Law Special attention given to applies tions to amend entries, leaves of ab sence, findings, proofs and contesta la U. S. land office land script Corn* pondence solicited. Seofield Block Mlnot, H. A It you want a perfect shirt, send ft to Elliott's laundry, where they hava lust installed a Newark polisher, which enables us to produce three fin isher, dull, gloss, and extra gloaa. 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, Graai Forks. N. D. Is oi,e of the most Important daily, yea, thrice daily, dutlaa of every human bo Ing it Is absolutely a to a and beauty. Physi cians tell us that more disease cornea from unclean teeth than almost any other source. Dia as filth. We all know that we therefor* should be careful of what we eat and even more careful not to let It a?« cumulate and decay where it will glvo no end of pain and trouble. The tooth. Its diseases. Its care and its replacing Is my profession. I am busy today and want to be tomorrow. Do not de lay until you are compelled to see the dentist. Come now. Get the habit Ot having flne-looklng teeth. DR. COUVRETT, Dentist The Chicago Day Limited Via the Burlington's Mississippi River Scenic Line Leaves Minneapolis Union Station 7:30 a. m. Leaves St. Paul Union Station 8:20 a. m. Arrives Chicago Union Station 9:35 p. m. An unusually interesting ride of nearly 300 miles along the Mississippi river. Equipment includes new observation-parlor cars, new dining buffet cars and modern coaches with comfortable high-back seata. Two more daily trains: Leaves Minneapolis 7:50 p. m. and 9,50 p. m. Leaves St. Paul 8:40 p. m. and 10:30 p. m. For additional information regarding rates, routes and service, addresa. F. M. RUGG, Northwestern Passenger Agent, C. B. & Q. Ry„ (•criiiania Life Building, St. Panl. Milwaukee and Return for One Fare Plus $2 SESSIONS OF GRAND AERIE, FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES. AUG. 14-18, *06 Tickets on Sale for Trains Reaching St. Paul. Aug. U-12-13,1Q06. Tickets good returning until Aug. 22, 1906. Ask for full Information D. Mulrein, Local Atfent CIAND FORKS, N. D. Northern Pacific Railway A. M. CLELAND General Passenger Agent St. Paul, Minn.