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SATURDAY, MARCH 23,1907:
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THURSDAY, FRIDAY ft SATURDAY
THE OAMERAGRAPH
Life Motion Pictures
1., The Man Without a Scruple.
2. Women Up-to-Date.
3. The Union Spy.
4. The Holiday.
5. Capture of the Dalomites.
.6. Rescued by Black Beauty.
LEO WILDER
The funny Chinaman in a balancing
and Juggling act.
EVAN D. EVANS
Welsh Baritone in illustrated song,
"Meet Me Sweet Kathleen in Honey
Buckle Time."
SHALE AND COLE
Singers and wooden shoe dancers.
MIBS Cole Singing: "Comln' Back
to Old New Hampshire, Molly," "Abra
ham Jefferson Washington' Lee,"
"Can't You See I'm Lonely?"
.Fred Shale in Character Imperson
ation.
Matinee at 4:00 f». M.
Model
STEAM LAUNDRY
18-20 N.Fosrth St.
Both Phoa«sl7B
City Auditor's Certificate of Nomin
ations.
I. W. V. O'Connor, city auditor, lr
and for the city of Grand Forks, North
Dakota, do hereby certify that the fol
lowing nominations for city officers
and park board In and for the city of
Grand Forks, state of North Dakota,
certified to me under provisions of
law to be balloted for at the general
election to be held in and for said
city of Grand Forks, on Monday the
first day of April, 1907, are as fol
lows, to-wit:
For alderman of First ward, R. M.
Carothers.
For alderman of Second ward,-L. H.
Sannes.
For alderman of Third ward* O.
Young.
For alderman of Fourth ward, M.
W. Day.
For alderman of Fifth ward, G. W.
Buckingham.
For alderman of Sixth ward, John
Vallely.
For alderman of Seventh ward for
term of one year, O. T. Ellestad.
For alderman of Seventh ward for
term of two yeare, George H. Wilder.
For park commissioner In and for
the park district of the city of Grand
Forks, North Dakota. For the term
ending on the third Tuesday of April,
1911, George B. Clifford.
For the term ending on the third
Tuesday of April, 1910, M. F. Murphy.
For the term ending on the third
Tuesday of April, 1908, Stephen Col
lins.
For the term ending on the third
Tuesday of April, 1909, Joseph Ken
nedy.
For the term ending on the thlTd
Tuesday of April, 1912, W. P. Davles.
The polls will be open at the usual
polling places or voting precincts in
each ward of the city from 8 o'clock
a. m. until 5 o'clock p. m.
The polls will be open for registra
tion of voters on Tuesday, March 19
and Tuesday, March 26, 1907, from 8
o'clock a. m. until 5 o'clock p. m.
The board of registration will meet
at the usual voting places In each
ward on Tuesday, March 19, and
Tuesday, March 26, 1907.
Dated at Grand Forks, N. D., this
14th day of March, 1907.
—W. V. O'Connor,
n. »t
Evening 7:30 to 9:00
The price of evening admission 1B
15 cents.
Matinees 10c, Children Be.
I
As Good
as the Best
None Better
is what one
customei said
die work that
is
tanned out
by the Model
Steam Laun
dry. Bring
Us
your bun
dle or phone
us
and it will
be done to
Please YOU
Good Friday.
City Auditor.
Idleness "breaks" more men than
overwork breaks down.
Hotel Northern
GRAND FORKS, N. D.
Rates $2.00 Per Day
•(MID
Heat. Oall Bella and Bath
Rooms.
rhree Onmmarotol Sample Bonma.
HERBERT N. WBLLS, Proprietor.
ncSib.
I^USltMiiwWitmwaiwndi^
A
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Notes for this column
should be 'phoned to 1222
N. W. or 121L Tri-State.
COMING EVENTS
TONIGHT.
Basketball at Y. M. C. A., 8:30 o'clock
Hall's Academy.
SUNDAY, MARCH
Palm Sunday.
MONDAY, MARCH K,
Pythian Sisters.
I. O. O. P. at Odd Fellow's hall.
TUESDAY, MARCH M.
way Elks, afternoon at lodge rooms.
Rebekahs at Odd Fellow's hall.
THURSDAY, MARCH 98.
Ladles' Auxiliary of Railway Mall
Clerks, afternoon.
Y. P. S. C. E. Concert at Presbyterian
church.
FRIDAY, MARCH 39.
SATURDAY, MARCH SO.
B. P. O. E. at lodge rooms.
Hall's Academy.
SUNDAY, MARCH SI.
Easter Sunday.
MONDAY, APRIL 1.
Evans Male Quartet at opera house.
Easter Ball at Irlsh-Amerlcn club
room.
.Masquerade Ball at Loyal American
club.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3.
Templars ball..
FRIDAY, APRIL 8.
Junior High school dance.
FRIDAY, APRIL U.
N. D. Intercollegiate Oratorical Con
test.
JUIfB 7, 8.
Grand Council U. C. T. Grand Forks.
JUNB
Grand Chapter O. E. S.
(Note.)—All lodges and societies are
Invited to send notices to this column.
All meetings are nights, unless other
wise specified.
Only one more week of Lent.
Mrs. F. D. Cameron of this city Is
entertaining her mother, Mrs. F. F.
Grant of Fargo.
Mrs. J. B. Kerfoot of Reynolds visit
ed this week with her brother, Dr.
Healy and his wife.
Mrs. M. W. Spalding is entertaining
Mrs. W. J. Lyte of Crookston.
Mrs. A. F. Turner of Chestnut St.
delightfully entertained at, "500"
Thursday evening. Three tables were
played at this popular pastime at
which Mrs. Cavanaugh received the
first prize. Miss Maloney and the con
solation going to Mrs. Sattler.
Next week the University Glee club
will make their long looked for con
cert tour. They will be at Cavalier
Thursday evening and Winnipeg. Man.,
on Good Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Densmore have
as guests Mrs. Densmore's father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Kidder of
New Richmond, Wis. They have been
enjoying a western travel trip for the
last six months, visiting different
points on the Pacific points.
Mrs. Ray Jackson has returned
from Ft. Wayne, Detroit, where she
has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
Farnsworth, for some months. Her
sister, Miss Daphne Bosard. will re
main for a while longer.
The dance given by Mrs. Ella Bart
lett, state superintendent of the Mod
ern Protective association, assisted by
some of the lady members, given by
her last Tuesday was well patronized
and well enjoyed. A delicious supper
was served at midnight.
Miss Evelyn Wicklef, a teacher in
Ward county, is spending a month's
vacation with her sister. Miss Alice
Wickler.
Miss Ethel Pauline Kelble of Cleve
land, Ohio, has taken a position with
the O. Young piano department. She
is a composer of merit and will be an
addition to the musical circles of this
city.
Much interest is manifested in the
marriage of a well known business
man, G. L. Sande of Larimore to Miss
Anna Helen Bakke, who is a popular
teacher of the public school of that
city. The ceremony will take place
at the bride's home in Menominee,
Wis., on April 1st. The happy couple
will enjoy a European trip before re
turning to Larimore.
Editor and Mrs. Lampman of the
Michigan Arena, welcomed a new ar
rival to their home this week. It's
a son.
Mrs. C. P. Collins visited over
Thursday night with her son. Will
Collins. Yesterday she left to join
her husband at Mohall.
Mrs. Willis K. Nash and Mrs. Fired
Nash were hostesses at two delightful
social functions, one yesterday and
one today.
Mrs. Fred Nash's .spacious parlors
were decorated for the occasion with
numerous fragrant pink carnations.
Cards formed the pastime for the com
pany, Mesdames Geo. Duis', D. W.
Lake and Robert McCoy being the suc
cessful prize winners. The hostesses
were assisted by Mesdames Bolton,
McCoy, Louis Robertson andMcCosker.
Mrs. C. H. Jenks of Crookston was an
out-of-town guest.
Mrs. W. J. Murphy of Walnut street,
has as guest Mrs. Thos. Barrett of
St. Cloud, Minn.
The Thursday musical has secured
Harry E. Phillips, a talented baritone
from -Minneapolis for a concert to be
given on April 4. Mr. Phillips has
been in Grand Forks before, and is
popular here.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Wilder and
daughter Marjorie, who have been
spending six delightful weeks in the
southland, arriyed home on Thursday.
Miss Sophia Wright was pleasantly
surprised and honored last evening by
the young lady members of the East
ern Star chapter at the home of Mrs.
D. M. Holmes. Miss Wright leaves
shortly tor Minot, and the affair was.
planned as a farewell to her. A hand
some gold Eastern Star badge was
presented to her as a token of their
esteem. Cards pleasantely filled in
the evening hours, after which re
freshments were served. Miss Wright
has been a resident of this city for
many years and has a host of friends
who regret her departure from among
them.
Mrs. Sheets of Larimore, who has
been a guest of Mrs. Charles S. Dow
and Mrs. F. W. Tibbals for a couple
of weeks, has returned home.
Mrs. A. G. Lockman is recovering
from a recent serious illness.
Miss Mamie De Camp will be hostess
of the M. G. R. club on Monday at the
Hotel Northern.
Mrs. Riley Bates and son, arrived
in the city yesterday to spend a few
weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Bates.
The Misses Martha and Tilda An
derson entertained on Wednesday
evening. Music and games furnished
the^enjoyment of the evening after
which refreshments were served.
Mrs. Alfreda Brikke of Chestnut
street entertained' the Trinity Young
Ladies Aid society.
Mrs, C. C. Gowran are entertaining
Captain and Mrs. Jenks.
Mrs. E. J. Densmore and Mrs. Wil
liam H. Alexander entertained at a
luncheon this afternoon.
Little Blanche Turner gave a juven
ile party at her home Thursday after
noon in honor of her fourth birthday.
Mrs. J. B. Wineman is visiting
friends in the twin cities. She will
also visit her son, Ansel, at the Shat
tuck military academy at Faribault.
Miss Enez Wilder and Miss Bell
Durick are visiting in Minneapolis.
Mrs. Payne and Mrs. Cobden were
in charge of the provision sale at
Wilder's grocery store today given by
the ladies of the St. Paul Guild. The
delicious home ma'deviads were in
great demand.
"THIS IS MY 59TH BIRTHDAY."
Sydney Grundy.
Sydney Grundy, the noted British
dramatic author, was born in Manches.
ter, March 23, 1848. His father was
former mayor of Manchester. Mr.
Grundy's success as a dramatic au
thor began when he was only 24 years
old. He wrote a comedietta, sent it
to J. B. Buckstone of the Haymarket
theatre, London, and it was produced,
with Mr. and Mrs. Kendal in the prin
cipal parts. His earliest play of any
note was called "A Little Change," and
was produced in 1872. He soon devel
oped into one of the most productive
writers of plays in the whole world.
In 1894 alone he brought out five
dramas. Among his most notable suc
cesses were "A Paiir of Spectacles,"
"Sowing the Wind," "A Marriage of
Cohvenifence," "The Degenerates,"
"Business .Is Business," "Frocks and
Frills," "The Greatest of These," and
"The New Woman."
I
THIS DATE IN HISTORY.
March 28.
1869—Peter the Cruel, king of Cas
tile, died.
1752—First issue of the Halifax Ga
zette, first newspaper printed in Cana
da.
1801—Paul, czar of Russia, assassi
nated.
1815—Sloop of war Hornet captured
British warship Penguin off Cape of
Good Hope.
1838—Sir George Arthur took office
as lieutenant governor of Upper Cana.
da.
1849—Charles Albert, king of Sar
dinia, abdicated in favor of his son.
1862—Battle of Winchester.
1877—John D. Lee, convicted of com
plicity in the Mountain Meadow mas
sacre, executed.
1881—Opera house at Nice burned
sixty-two lives lost.
1882—Colonel Burnaby crossed Eng
lish channel in a balloon.""
1898—Forty-eight seal hunters per
ished on ice floe off Bay de Verde, N. F.
1890—Great cyclone in South Caro
lina.
MOTHER STRIKE IX SIGHT.
Annociatrd Preaa t« The Evening Times.
Chicago, March 23.—Five thousand
machinists in Cook county are taking
a referendum vote on a wage scale to
go into effect May 1. The proposed
scale provides for la horizontal in
crease of 25 cents a day for all ma
chinists. A vote is also being taken
on the question of levying an assess
ment of $1 a week for the pur|)ose of
raising a defense fund, should the new
scale, if adopted, be refused recogni
tion by the employers.
KIDNEY DISEASES
Quickly Cored with
KIDNEY-ETTES
Thay will rtmithN and bond up the
worn out tlMuaa of tbe Kidneys,
the trouble
will disappear and 70a will fie (watered to
perfaot haalth. Yea will aotloa the bene
ficial
tUapaakaga. Ay fhwn sad b. convinced.
Prapaiad by
BIU MDIOin 00., BM IIUH, II»
For Sale by Daootab Pharmacy,
Grand Forks, N. D.
I. Kingman, East Grand Forks, Minn.
EVERY
TIME
I FILL A TOOTH I MAKE
SURE THE WORK IS
BEYOND CRITICISM AND
WORTHY THE NAME
DR. COUVRETTE
Dtltr* AT*, tad third St., Ovtr Drsf Stan
'V I
THE EVENING TIMES, GRAND 70R$8, N. D.
Forks.
Mmttmrnti udei thla kN«u HT1 CHlfTS I Mas far each laaertlom.
lTo_ «l»«le taaertlra less than IB e«»t«. Caah skeaM insapuj oat of tewa
•Men. Both PhMee 84. All .rdera Mat reaek ofltlee before 1 o'clock P. M.
HELP WANTED FOR SALE
WANTED—PRINTER STATE WAGES
wanted and experience. Address
Evening Times. No. A-402.
WANTED—A WASH WOMAN WHO
will take washing home. Inauire at
Times Office.
WANTED—COMPETENT DRAUOHTS
man by Architect J. W. Ross, Orand
WANTED—GOOD GIRL WANTED AT
121 North Sixth.
WANTED—WE HAVE AN EXPER1
Automobile repairman on the road.
If in need of. any work, drop us a
card and he will call on you. Bot
tineau Automobile company, Bot
tineau, N. D.
WANTED—COMPETENT GIRLS FOR
general housework none other need
apply. Wages per week, to go to
Lakota—private family. German or
Swedp preferred. Inquire at SOS
South Fourth street In the morning.
AGENTS WANTED—LADY' OR GEN
tlemen to eanvas in city—full or part
time—salary or commission. Apply
at 21 South Fourth street.
WANTED—TOUNG MEN TO SOLICIT
for dally paper. Apply at Times of
fice of R. V. Simmons.
WANTED—RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS,
1800 yearly. Examination aoon.
Preparation free. Franklin Institute,
Rochester, N. Y.
CORPORATION OWNING AND OP
peratlng Industrial railway and min
ing enterprises, desires representa
tives on a high remunerative basis.
Box 2416, Boston.
SITUATIONS WANTED
WANTED—PLAIN SEWING, SHIRT
waists by day or piece. Call Mrs. R„
Tri-State Phone 610-M.
SNY ONE WISHING FIRST-CLASS
dessmaklng done by the day, call at
716 North Fourth street N. W.
phone 1013L—Mrs. S. H. Bennett.
WANTED—SCRUBBING AND WASH
lng done at offices and private houses
by Mrs. Boobea. Phone 821 N. W.
WANTED—SITUATION BY COM
petent lady stenographer and book
keeper at $35 a month. Address Box
685, Crookston, Minn.
WANTED—WORK TO DO EVE
nnga by amateur stengrapher. Call
"B7* Times.
ROOMS TO LET
FOR RENT—FOUR GOOD ROOMS,
city water. Inqulro at Burke's news
stand, 205 North Third street. Tri-
State Phono 756-L.
FOR RENT—FRONT ROOM NICELY
furnished. Enquire 212 North Fifth
street.
WANTED TO RENT AN UNFURN
Islied room, notify "G." at Times
Office.
FOR RENT—A LARGE MODERN
furnished room to ladies' or married
couple. 216 North Seventh street.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOM
with or without board. Inquire at
420 South Fourth street.
FOR RENT—GOOD STORE BUILDING
and six room house. For particulars
call 723 Second Ave.
ROOMS FOR RENT—DOWNSTAIRS.
Also furnished rooms for lto-ht house
keeping. Apply, 501 Cottonwood.
TO RENT—NIC EL FURNISHED
modern upstairs front room with
steam heat, gas and bath. One or
two ladles who will care for room
themselves preferred. Apply 216
North Seventh street.
FOR RENT—SIX-ROOM HOUSE, MOD
ern. Seven-room house, water and
sewer. Apply 601 Cottonwood.
FOR RENT—FOUR ROOMS FURNISH
ed suitable fo rllght housekeeping.
Inquire 723 Second Ave.
FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS
Modern conveniences with or with
out board Inquire at 400 North Sixth
Street
...Additional University Notes.
Back From Bismarck.
Professor Babcock of the depart
ment of chemistry returned on Thurs
day from his trip to Bismarck, where
he was called to consult with Govern
or Burke with respect to the new oil
in&ipectlon bill.
Vacation at IT.
John Hetherlngton is spending his
vacation at the doing laboratory
work in physiology that he may com
plete the required work in that sub
ject and devote an increased amount
of time to the pathological work.
Dr. Young Wedded.
Announcements have been received
of the marriage of Dr. Young, who is
connected with the department of bi
ology at the university, and Miss
Pierce of Rochester, N. Y„ at the
bride's home. Dr. and Mrs. Young
will arrive in Grand Forks on the
third of next month. The Times ex
tends its congratulations.
College of Medicine*
The medical college was called up
on to demonstrate its immediate prac
tical value last week. A large number
of surgical operations were performed
on as many students that they might
enjoy their vacations with a feeling
of security from small-pox, even tho
some may experience a little soreness
between the shoulder and elbow.
Committee Busy.
The auditing committee for student
organizations is busy receiving and
auditing reports. The new report
forms are being used and are said to
be one of the best improvements ever
introduced here with respect to the
supervision of the activities of student
organizations. The receipts from fees,
subscriptions and entertainments are
given in detail, as are also all ex
Ipenditures.
Sight Endangered.
Donald Ford received word from
his home at Wahpeton last week to
the effect that one of his sisters was
In danger oi° losing her sight as a
result of an explosion in the chemical
laboratory of the high school. Air.
Ford no sooner heard that the acci
dent was r.ot as serious as at first
reported than lie received the Intel
ligence of a younger sister being sick
with typhoid fever. Donald left for
Wahpeton last night. His friends hope
that he will not find her condition
serious.
Appropriation in July.
The public health laboratory does
not come into possession of Its ap
propriation until July, but this does
not apparently decrease the demands
made upon it.. A large number of
cultures have been examined during
the past week. Those of dlptheria
and tuberculosis are the most preva
lent. Work has been done for medi
cal men In such widely separated dis
tricts as Bowbells, Wllliston and Lid-
FOR SALE—NEWSPAPER PLANT IN
town of 600. Doing good business:
nearest paper 20 miles wish to sell
at once. A snap. Care of Times.
FOR SALE—FIVE-FOOT ROLL TOP
desk (almost new). H. W. Green
wood, P. O. Box 103.
FOR SALE—ONE $76.00 BROTS lft
horsepower gasoline engine motion
•hooting gallery and cylinder piano.
Inquire at 614 DeMera avenue.
FOR SALE—BRAND NEW OLIVER
typewriter cheap. Inquire at the
Tlmea office or Phone 1046 M.
WANTED—EVERYBODY TO LIST
their property with Grand Forka
Realty Co. Quick aalea.
FOR SALE—TWO GOOD DELIVERY
Horses, Coffee Mill and Grocery
Scales on reasonable terms. Apply
Benner. Begg & Garvin.
FOR SALE—A FEW COUNTRY
Livery Horses for sale cheap at the
Bacon and Van Alatlne stable.
FOR SALE—LOTS *26 TO *8,000. W. H.
Kelsey, 20 North Fourth street
MISCELLANEOUS
TO LEASE—ONE YEAR, WITH PRIVI
lege of nve building suitable for
Dry Goods In good live town, with
population of nve to fifteen thous
and. Address Lock Box 61, Greens
burg, Indiana.
WANTED—TO EXCHANGE 50 HENS
for a cow that will stand the Davis
test. S. C. Whaling 1301 Inter
national avenue.
WANTED—TO EXCHANGE FARM
lands and good real estate mortgages
drawing 7 per cent Interest for stock of
general mds, hardware, drugs or Imple
ments. Inquire "B" Times office.
WANTED—ROOMS TO CLEAN, WASH
and Ironing to do, will go out Mra.
Fanny Paddon, 420 Brooklin Boul.,
East Grand Forks.
WANTED—TO BUY FOR SPOT CASH
one or two houses, 6 or 7 rooma,
must be a snap or will not be con
sidered, inquire "E" Tlmea office.
WANTED—A BUYER FOR A 8ELF
feedlng Garland coal stove. Apply
evenings at 304 Chestnut street
WANTED—HOTEL MEN TO WRITE
for sample and price on our special
Hotel Blend Coffee. This should
benefit you. Home Tea Co., roaatera,
Grand Forks, N. D.
WANTED—GRAND FORKS PEOPLE
to patronise this department, whloh
Is to be a permanent feature of the
Evening Times.
WANTED—NEW CUSTOMERS AT
the New Meat Market 115 North
Third street, across from Tlmea Of
fice.
WANTED—TO FURNISH ESTIMATES
on all kinds of building, Dlnnle Bros,
office, 314 Internatlonu avenue.
STORAGE
STORAGE—WE STORE EVRYTHING
good care. Panovitz, Corliss block.
LOST AND FOUND.
FOUND A ROMAN GOLD CROSS
marked with initial. Owner can have
same by calling at the Times office
and paying for this advertisement.
LOST BETWEEN GRAND FORKS
and Larimore on Train No. 5, March
1, oije tan leather double or trunk
grip, fifteen dollars reward and no
questions asked for return of same to
E. Fox. Michigan, N. D„ or W. H.
Ryan, Grand Forks.
LOST—BETWEEN POSTOFFICE AND
Grand Forks Fish Co.. bunch of keys.
Finder please telephone Grand Forks
Fish Co.
FOUND—ONE LADY'S CAPE IN
Jeff's transfer hack. Owner, can have
same by calling at their office.
ICE
FOR MAPLE LAKE OR RIVER ICE
Phone Vic Chaffee, 110 or «89M
Times wants will supply your wants
gerwood, showing that the demand for
the laboratory is by no means local
in its nature.
New Books.
The legislature has appropriated
$1,000 for books for the library. This
donation will supply a "long-felt
want."
The following new books are now
ready for use: Steiner's "On the trail
of the immigrant Turnbull's "Teach
ing of arithmetic," 2 vols. Thwing's
"History of higher education In Amer
ica Saintsbury's "History of English
literature in the 19th century Bois
sler's "Tacitus Woodberry's "Na
thaniel Hawthorne Newman's "Apol
ogia pro vita sui\ Lounsbury's "Text
of Shakespeare" and "Shakespeare as
a dramatic artist Underwood's
"American literature Macaulay's
"Essays" (Sterling edition), 3 vols.
Grigg's "Moral education Foley's
"Prairie breezes Brooke's "History
of English literature to the Norman
conquest Tacitus "Minor works
Lee's "Shakespeare and the modern
stage Follett's "Speaker of the house
of representatives Meakin's "Model
factories and villages Alford's
"Queen's English Clark's "Labor
movement in Australasia "Gjennem
det Norske Amerika Webb's "Indus
trial democracy P.vle's "Personal
hygiene Hill's "Athletics and out
door sports for women Johnson's
"Latin manuscripts Glover's "Stud
ies in Virgil Carter's "Religion of
Numa Egbert's "Latin inscriptions
Greenidge's "History of Rome Hill's
"Greek and Roman coins "New York
state yearbook of legislation."
PHONE RICE'S 602L
ROR HACKS, DRAYS, DAY OB
RIGHT. WB MEET ALL TKAIXS.
Office, 416 DeMera Avenue.
W. .KIRK, Prop.
Cut FLOWERS
For All Occasions. Fiaeral De*i|aa
Hade ia a Nest sad Artistic Manner oa Short
Notice. Telephoae S2S. 10 Soath 3rd St.
Frank V. Kent & Go.
MANUFACTURERS.
H. E. ARMANN
Heating and Ventilating Engineer
Designing of economical heating and
ventilating apparatus. Ventilation
means health, vigor and life. Phone
N. W. 1118, Tri-State 614L.
Olllee Third Fleor St John Block.
Dr. H. O'Keefe
John Fawcett
CLASSIFIED ADS CLASSIRED AOS
PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS.
OFFICE UNION NATIONAL BANK
Building. Both phones 370.
Dr. F. J. Duggan
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Spe
cial attention given to diseases of
women. Office, Beare Block. Office
hours, 10 a. m. to 12 m., 2 p. m. to 4
p. m., 7 p. m. to 8 p. m. Both
phones 90-L.
M. A., M. D. DISEASES OF WOM
en and General Surgeon. Office
over Stanchfield Store. Phone 26L
Dr. J. Grassick
OFFICE NORTHWESTERN BUILD
ing, corner DeMers Avenue and
Fourth St
DENTISTS
Dr. Eckman
DENTIST. BOTH PHONES 466-M.
Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Drs. Fletcher
& Saunderson
DENTIST. CLIFFORD ANNEX,
Grand Forks, N. D. Successors to
Dr. Robert S. Ramsey.
Dr. E. F. Adams
DENTIST. OFFICE OVER UNION
National Bank. Phone 191.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Geo. A. Bangs
ATTORN mi AT LAW. Office, ground
floor Clifford building. Both tele
phones 4.
Bardi G. Skulason
ATTORNEY AT LAW. CLIFFORD
Building, Second Floor. Both Phones
858. Grand Forks, N. D.
S. G. Skulason
ATTORNEY AT LAW. ST. JOHN'S
Block, Third Floor. N. W. Phone
815L. Tri-State 816.
W. A. Calder
ATTORNEY AT LAW. ST. JOHN'S
Block, Second Floor Front. Tri
State 259M.
E. D. Germain
ATTORNEY AT LAW
PATENT ATTORNEY
St. Johns Block, Grand Forks.
INSURANCE
Holmes & Liedman
FIRE, TORNADO AND PLATE
Glass Insurance, Rents, Real Estate
and Surety Bonds. Clifford block,
Grand Forks, N. D.
J. P. Read
MUTUAL FIRE AND TORNADO
Insurance. Rooms 5 and 6, Clifford
Annex. Phone 735L. Grand Forks,
N. D.
ARCHITECTS.
J. We Ross
ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTEND
ent of Construction. Office
Third Street, Grand Forks, N. D.
R. Smith
ARCHITECT. BOTH PHONES.
National Bank Building.
W. J. Edwards
ARCHITECT. NORTHWESTERN
Building, Grand Forks. Northwest
ern Phone 466U
OSTEOPATHY
Dr. Orr Sanders
Dr. Hay E. Sanders
CHRONIC AND ACUTE DISEASES
Successfully Treated. Treatment at
home if desired. Suite 56, Security
Block. Both Phones 542. Grand
Forks, North Dakota.
O'Reilly Bakery
(E. O'Reilly, Propr.)
Full line of baked goods always on
hand. 618 International avenue.
Both phones 359.
DON MCDONALD
TENTS, AWNINGS, SHADES
Waterproof Covers for Harvesters
Threshers and Grain Stacks
Corner DeMers and Fifth
6rand Forks, Worth Dakota
TAILORS.
Latest Styles oa Haad Perfect Fiu.Guristeid
Paulson Bros.
Merchant Tailors
118 Soath Third St. GKARD POMS. N. 0.
MISS
DELA ODEOARD
East Grand Forks, Minn.
Phone 755L 60S DeMers Ave
Manufacturer of high grade cigars
such as
Grand Porks, EAGLES, Globe aal tkr
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P. 0. Paulsness
PLUMBING, STEAM AND HOT
Water Fitting. Pumps and Wind
mills. Sewer and Waterworks Con
tractor. Lead and Iron Pipe and
Fittings. Brass Goods, Sewer Pipe,
Hose, Etc. Grand Forks, K. Dak.
Kaufmanns' Bakery
JACOB KAUFMANN, Prop. Basl
Grand Forks, Minn. Phone 854.
The City Feed Store
DOWNEY & PFEIFER. FLOUK,
Feed, Hay and Wood of All
N. W. Phone 536 Tri-State 686-L.
422 DeMers Ave., Grand Forkks.
Logan Cafe
WE SERVE REVERB COFFEES—
The Best in the World. 319 DeMers*
Ave., Grand Forks, N. D.
Max Rabinovich
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALT, ARTI-
cles of value. 129 DeMers Avenm.
Phone 754-R.
0. Young
WHOLESALE FURNITURE, PIAN­
OS,
Guarantee Stock Food Go.
Incorporated. Capital Stock fSO^Mi
Manufacturers of Stock Food, Poul
try Food, Worm Powder, Lice Killer.
Heave Cure, Pink Eye Remedy, Fever
Cure, Colic Cure, Gall Cure, Foot
Remedy and White Liniment. Gna#
Forks, If. D.
The M. H. Redick
Hide & Fur Co*
Northwestern Dealers in
Fine Northern Furs, Hides, Pelts,
Wool, Tallow, Boots, Etc.
Largest and Oldest Hide and Fur
House in the State.
GRAND FORKS, N. DAK*
TO THOSE WHOM IT MAT
CONCERN:
Everyone who owns a phonograph
and reports their name at Getts' male
house will hear of something to their
advantage.
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MN^HINIYI,
Carpete, Sewing
J. A* Evans
Bank
and Office Furniture. 125-127-lft
South Third St, Grand Forks, N. D.
TEACHER OF PURE ITALIAN
Method of Voice Culture. Pupils
will be received on Tuesday morn
ings 9 a. m. to 12 and every week
day evening. Room 62 Security
Building. Phone Getts' Music star*.
W O O E
Wholesale and Retail
HARNESS, WHIPS AND SADDLEBY
SUPPLIES.
The largest and most complete stock
or band made harness in the two cities
Manufactured of Lappe and Sons nure
ga£.,Ieather. A nice line of Rtdlng
Saddles 600 pairs of 6-A Horse Blank!
ets to select from at Jobbers' price*
Sole agents for the celebrated wyeth
Horse Collars also a full line of hack
and surrey harness a nice line of
whips and aummer goods at a Bis Re
duction. Call and look them over.
Telephone 1103.
AL COONS, Manager,
Grand Forks, HIiacMts,
Your (Easter Baking
will depend a lot on the coal in your
range or stove. Pardon our pride
when we make the statement that the
coal lias no equal as a cooking or heat
ing fuel. Don't take our word for it'
—get a trial ton and we'll refund tiie
money if it isn't right every way.
Buckhorn Washed Nut, a soft coal
prepared especially for range use.
GIBBS"GRAIN
AND FUEL GO.
Phone 600 Offices 300 Klttaoa
Columbia Hotel
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Open Day and Nlrfht
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