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I ••••, I: 5 :r AHWi O I N O A UPRIGHT, IN USE, FbLDED, Measures I6'AX2THX4*INCHES State Grab Bad The revival services at Devils Lake have closed, and Bloom is still among the goats. R. H. Tliistlewaite lias been appoint ed clerk in the adjutant general's of fice, vice G. H. Merrifiel^. resigned. Three Kippen brothers of Omemee •will each receive $50,000 from the es tate of a deceased relative in Scotland. Balfour has a mad dog scare, but before any one was bitten the cur was safely lauded in the dog boat which crosses the Styx. That scriptural injunction abput not being unequally yoked together does not apply to the Valley City Times Record and the Bottineau News. LaMoure and Edgeley are discussing the relative qualities of their drinking water. Fargo and Moorhead discuss the relative merits of other things to drink. C. S. Taylor, Ass't Agent. We have the largest and most complete line of Go-Carts on the market. Furniture and Ruif s. Linoleum In all the various patterns. We should like to have you call and examine our line. We sell on the in stalment plan and in case of sickness we extend your time of payment. Remember the Place 201-203 N. 3rd St. M. NORMAN. A plan is on foot to build a Y. M. C. A. building at Lisbon which will be so constructed that visitors and shoppers from the country can utilize it as a rest room. The young ladies of one of the Minot churches debated the question, "Re solved. that married life is more de sirable for American women than sin gle life." The decision was in favor of the affirmative. The Mandan Pioneer says the grass is so nutritious on the slope that the butter made from the cows pastured on it commands a higher price than that secured from other pacturage. That's stretching the booming business The press of the state is profuse in its congratulations to Editor De la Bere on the birth of a fine baby girl at his home. So far no one has said any thing in behalf of the mather and here's the Times' congratulations to her. Where would Mike's congratulations be without her. The railroad boilermakers of Cin cinnati have secured a wage increase of 20 cents a day. REMEMBER THAT SCHWAM The Clother handles the Red School House Shoe O O S I S A N E N \JT7_ i._J Users of Garden, Flower and Field Seeds to olilCQ jflyj look over our jjne We of Northrup King & Co's Sterling Seeds. Catalogue on request Grand Forks Seed Co., 205-r SOUTH THIRD ST. GRAND FORKS, N. D. If you have relatives or friends might be induced to move west send us their names and we will mail them some interesting literature. PIANO TALK WE HAVE IN STOCK A LARGE LINE THE VICTOR TALKING MACHINES We carry a large stock of Records, including everything in the latest music for the machine. are LLET IN LOreat Northern Railway BUILD UP O S A E The Great Northern Railway issues from time to time bulletins and booklets tell ing of the advantages of North Dakota as a home state. ^wiss handlers you think W. S. Weber, Pass. & Ticket Agt. Grand Forks, N. D. Of Pianos that always gives satisfaction. Pianos you can play and easily buy. Among our Piano list are the celebrated Crown, A. B. Chase and Poole. Also the Estey Organs. Besides these are several makes of cheaper grade Pianos and Organs. Inside players, Emerson, An gelus and Krell. N I E We cany the largest line} of furniture in the northwest Carpets, Rugs and Curtains.]' Sewing Machines etc. Goods guaranteed. Prices rightj***"*' 0. YOUNG'S FURNITURE & MUSIC STORE. South Third Street. Grand Forks, N. D. ," \'y East Side JOHN TAYLOR WILL TAKE CHARGE OF To Succeed Harry Harm in the John.Gund Company Local Office. While not announced officially, it is understood ^hat John Taylor will take charge of the East Grand Porks branch of the John Gund Brewing company to succeed Harry Harm, re signed. Mr. Taylor is well known In this city, having been employed in the local office for some time. He is at present manager of the John Gund Brewing company branch station at Oslo, or Soo City. Harry Harm, who yesterday pur chased the M. J. Lynch saloon busi ness, will leave the brewing company very soon. He takes charge of the saloon business about April 25. WILL BE WEDjED NEXT WEEK Miss Essfo Mclllraith and Harry Wal ker to be I'nited In Holy Bonds of Slatrimony. A wedding of more than ordinary interest will take place next week when Esie Me 111 rait and Harry Wal ker will be married. The wedding is to take place on Wednesday at the residence of Father Greene. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Mclllraith, an dthe groom to be is also well known in the city. H. Gunderson is down from Oslo transacting business. Thomas Mvseer is down from Ar doch visiting with friends.. Miss Amanda Larson, who has been spending the winter visiting in the city, has returned to her home north of here. Commence Farming. Bert Salisbury has shipped two car loads of machinery to Westhope, where he will Engage in farming this summer. One Final Proof. There was one final proof received at the Crookston U. S. land office on Tuesday. It was made by Lars A. Mikkelson. Entertaining: Club. Mrs. M. H. Murphy and Mrs. Daa gerfield are entertaining the mem bers of the Friendship club at the home of Mrs. Murphy this afternoon. Injured Knee. The 10-months-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Enright sustained a slightly bruised up knee yesterday as a result of a fall. It is believed that the knee cap was displaced. Will Remain at Home. Oscar Steele, of this city, who has been employed at Minneapolis for some time past, has arrived home hav ing resigned his position. He will remain here during the summer. Business at Crookston. C. D. Billings of the Star laundry has been" at Crookston this week at tending to business matters. He has returned home, and states that condi tions at the Queen City are just about right now. Laying a New Floor. A new floor is being laid in, the grocery department of the Arneson Mercantile company. A force of car penters are engaged on the work, and they will have the job finished in short order time. Funeral Friday. The funeral of Emil Larson, who died at Bemidji on Monday, will be held from the residence Friday at noon. From the home, the funeral cortege will go to Grand Mdfrias church, where the services will be held and interment will be made. Rev. A. J. Hulteng of Grand Forks will preach the funeral sermon. The Union Mission. At the Sunday afternoon service all the 95 chairs were occupied and last nighl the attendance was quite large. At the latter, A. B. Gunn of Riverside Park gave an excellent talk on "Sal vation by Grace Only." The music is under the direction of S. C. Hendrick son, and a good gospel chorus is ma terializing. The exercises at the meetings are free and varied, many taking part. The regular meetings are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Sunday meetings at 3 p. m. (a song service) and at 7:30 p. m. Rose Coghlan. "Theatrical managers, as a rule, even more than most other persons, form a fixed opinion in regard to an applicant's ability and particular line of work from first impressions," ob served Miss Rose Coghlan, the accom plished actress who is soon to appear here in the latest Shaw play, "Mrs. Warren's Profession." Continuing, she said, "It is an unalterable rule, musty with stage usage, that ingenues must have fair hair, blue eyes and be of small stature. An adventuress, on the other hand, must be black haired and eyed, and tho proud possessor of glit tering white teeth and a subtle smile. The soubrette must wink, be addicted to tooth-powder advertisements gri maces and dress in very up-to-date fashion. The sailor hat is unalterably connected with tho sou'brette. One might as well expect to see the stage maid without her duster as the sou brette without her sailor. A woman with the fatal gift of versatility will be able to completely change her per sonality by a few clever touches as to dress, make-up and demeanor. If I knew that a manager was looking for a woman to take the part of an adven turess I should garb myself all In black and wear a black hat with nod ding plumes. Feathers area necessity. A manager could not imagine an ad venturess without the black hat on the low-cut evening gown. The ingenue should dress simply. The 'hair must THE EVIN&a TIMES, GRAND FORKS, N. D. always be 'Worn low and a hat with flowers is very effective when worn slightly over tho eyes. A soubrette may revel in golden or chestnut tresses, aa nature or her own taste have supplied her. She should, how ever, cultivate a retrousse nose and saucy wink. The leading woman ap proaches the managerial sanctum with quite a different mien. She steps firm ly and confidently. She must have the supreme conviction that she is beau tiful. It a woman thinks that hard enough she will in time bring others to her way of thinking also. The emo tional actress must be depressed ex tremely well and with quiet good taste. She rather overpowers the manager, and he is supposed to think her a stun ning woman. Possible an actress might obtain a position by heeding the above advice, said Miss Coghlan, rais ing her eyes with a half quizzical smile. (Grafton Record.) Poison Carrots drove carefully into town last Friday and hitched his team, a mule and a bay broncho, to a telegraph pole and started out to sell nineteen dozen fresh eggs. He called at -the printing office on his way to market and explained his mis sion. He was to sell the eggs and buy his mother-in-law an Easter hat, and specifications for the same in his and sepcifications for the same in his •pockets drawn by the hired man. The hat was to have a flat roof with a storm entrance in front and a sum mer kitchen behind. There was to be a cooley running around the brim and emptying into a frog pond dip at the southeast quarter with the hat headed north. After Poison had thus far exposed his mother-in-law's de sires in the way of a hat, he drove a dog away from the egg basket and went out and backed his team oft of the railroad track to allow the Wal halla train to get by,. apoligizing to the conductor for interfering with traffic, and after asking the 'brakeman how he was fixed for eggs and finding he had no need for any, being a singly man with a meal ticket, he came back to the office and began putting the plumage on his mother-in-law's hat. A large ostrich plume the color of red ink was to start in at the front and make a graceful curve over the main hat. On the west side, as the wearer approached the hen house from the north, was to be a poplar grove, showing a bird's nest half way up a dead tree. On the other side a hitch ing post, a little green grass and half an onion were to nestle cosily to gether. There were a few other feat ures but as the day wa9 getting shorter and as Poison had consider able to do before night he folded up his plans, picked up his eggs and went about his business. In speaking of North Dakota's noted men why not say a few calm words about Bud Reeves, the sage of Bux ton, the man who. single handed and alone, carried the democratic standard from Fargo to Bismarck and planted it on Capital bill and watered it from a silver pitcher and fed it on costly gems for Grover Cleveland, who was president? Why did Bud do this? Because he had received the word, "Go to Bis marck and open up headquarters make then l^rge and inviting and spare no expense." When he got the word he caught the first train west and started in on the performance of his mission. He secured a suite of rooms and had an addition built to them and the Oriental rug merchant got in his work and the furniture dealer's van backed up and unloaded and tthe decorator came and went away again and things were fixed up fit to kill. There was a full grown side board, temptation salve for the afflicted and free lunch for the. hun gry. Early vegetables, ice and the lat est magazines were on the tables and callers were welcome and the easy chairs were filled. Bud had been told to spare no expense and he followed instructions t.ill the calves came home and then came the thud./ Each day the passenger trains were watched for bullion, greenbacks, or any kind of wherewithal!, but none came. But the bill collector began dropping in and they were stood off in groups of three sometimes four then the blinds were drawn, then 'the furniture van came again and the furniture be gan to move out and the Oriental rugs left the floor. It was all over and later settled for, but Mr. Reeves serv ed notice in a two-column ad by word of mouth that the next, time he opened headquarters of any kind there would have to be something on the plate be fore the sun rose. A Home Loving Bird. Direct evidence of the return of the same individual bird of a migrating species to a particular spot season after season is not easily obtainable, but N. C. Beers believes that he has such evidence concerning a chipping sparrow at Lakewood, N. J. A few years ago he heard a little bird con cealed in the top of a maple uttering a peculiar song which he could not recognize. The next season he heard the same peculiar song in a tree but a few yards from the original point This time he identified the bird, which seemed to have learned a song of its own. The third year he did not visit Lakewood at the proper season to meet his little friend, but the fourth year he heard and saw it again near the same spot It appeared always to make its summer home in the trees on an area not more than two acres in extent.—Youth's Companion. President Charles Morton of the Ohio and Pennsylvania league has tak en charge of the Youngstown team and will hold the position until a new company ie organized. Proposals for Printing. Sealed proposals for the printing of the premium list of the state fair will be received at the office of the sec retary, Grand Forks, N. D., up to six o'clock p. m., April 20, 1907, according to the following specifications: Ten thousand copies of seventy-five pages and cover size of page 5x8 set In eight point type stock to be 32x44-80. Extra Machine Finish book, and cov er 20x25-50" Enamel staple binding composition will include a display ad vertisement on every alternate page. Estimate must Include price per page for all pages in excess of 75 price to Include delivery at Grand Forks. Successful bidder must be prepared to furnish bond In the sum of $500 for the satisfactory delivery of the work within twenty days after receipt of copy. H. E. Miller, Secretary, Grand Forks, N. D. Specials Vqpl Loaf, per can 29c Pickled Lambs Tongue, per glass 40 Vienna Sausage, per can 10c Boneless Turkey, per can 98c Boneless Chicken, per can 38c Corn Beef (2-lb.) cans, per can.,25c Corn Beef (1-lb.) cans, per can. .18c Dried Beef in glass, per glass 20 and Beechnut Bacon, per glass Otfc Deviled Ham, per can ,10c Corn Beef Hash, per can 10c Pigs Feet, per can i8c C0LT0NBR0S. 203 NORTH THIRD ST. Grand Forks Meat Market Dealer in Fresh. Salt, Smoked Meat and Hides. Cash Paid (or Live Stock. Both Phones 86 PETER F. WERSTLEIN. Prop. Grand Forks. N. Dak. K.H.Iians SOUTH SIDE GROCERY TEA! TEA! TEA! .... ...75c 6Sc 50c Lip ten's No. l, per pound .. Lipton's No. 2, per pound .. Lipton's No. 3, per pound... No. 79—'Sun Cured Japan put up in and 1-lb. sealed cans. A tea with a rich flavor, per pound.. UUC Try a pound of our regular 50 cent tea which we are offering for a few days at A A per pound .xUC Star Brand Japan Tea Sift ings, per 1-lb. pkg 324 South Third St. Phone 828 M. IN HONOR OF W. J. BRYAN. New York, April 16.—There is a great demand for tickets for the an nual dnner of the Brooklyn Demo cratic club tonight. William J. Bryan is to be the guest of honor and prin cipal speaker. Mr. Bryan will not be the only attraction, however, for the other speakers are to include demo cratic leaders of note from Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Massachusetts and other states. The guests, 500 in number, will be limited to those demo crats known to be friendly to Mr. Bryan and his doctrines. William R. Hearst, who is credited with an in tention to organize a third national party, has not been invited to the din ner. Notice to Contractors. Grand Forks, N. D., April 9, 1907. Sealed bids will be received by W. E. Fuller, Secretary of the Board ot Education of Independent District number one, of the City of Grand Forks, N. D., at the Union National bank, or at the office of the Central school building in said city, up to the hour of eight o'clock p. m., Wednes day, April 24th, 1907, for the erection of a new school building, to be known as the "Washington School." At the same time and place sealed bids will be received for a beating and ventilating system and plumbing. The bids on the heating and ventilat ing to be separate from the bids on the plumbing. Each bid must be marked "Bid for Building" on the outside of the en velope and must be in strict compli ance with the plans and specifications, which plans and specifications may be seen at the office of W. J. Edwards, architect, and at the Builders' and Traders' Exchange, Grand Forks, N. D., and also at the "Builders' and Traders' Exchange, St. Paul, Minn. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check in the sum of five per cent of the bid, made payable to W. E. Fuller, Secretary of the Board of Edu cation, to be forfeited to the school district, should the bidder fail to en ter into contract with said Board of Education, for the amount of his bid and furnish satisfactory surety bond. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. By order of the Board of Education, W. J. EDWARDS, W. E. FULLER, Architect. Secretary. Proposals. For groceries and provisions for the County Hospital and Poor Farm for one year. Sealed bids will be received at the office of the County Auditor in the Court House at Grand Forks, North Dakota, until Wednesday the first day of May, 1907, at 10 o'clock, a m., for supplying groceries and provisions to the County Hospital and Poor Farm for one year, from date of contract, F. O. B. at Arvilla, North Dakota. The board of county commissioners reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Datel at Grand Forks, North Da kota, this first day of April, 1907. Hans Anderson, County Auditor, Grand Forks County, North Da kota. MAYER'S DELICATESSEN $ 1* %, *4, Received today a new shipment of full Cream, Brick and Imported Swiss Cheese, also Weisei & Co's famous Milwankee sausages. 7 South Fourth Street. Both Phones 920 I*. Choice Eating Apples, per Peck Sweet Potatoes, fi* per lb. OUC Cranberries, "J per quart ... IOC When In need of Floor. Peed. Bnrley Hay or Wood, call me up—will to as Both Phones 365 L. 313 Kittson Avenue. •Washington, C., April 17.—By an executive order of President Roose velt, which becomes effective today, all of the five municipal governments of the Panama canal zone pass out of existence and are replaced by four administrative districts under the su pervision of canal commissioners. The names chosen for these districts are Emperador, Ancon. Cristobal and Gorgona. Under the old organization the mayors, councilmen and other municipal officers were named by the canal commission and not elected by a popular vote, so the new system does not constitute in any way a revocation of the political rights of the people. The canal commissioners state that the municipal system of government was never satlsijactlory and believe LOUISANA BANKERS' CONVENTION Shreveport, la., April 17.—The Louisiana Bankers' association met in annual session this morning at the Columbia club, with practically all the leading financial men of the state present. Mayor E. R. Bernstein wel comed the visiting men of money, after which President H. C. Drew of Lake Charles delivered his annual ad dress The principal speakers on to day's program are Governor N. C. Blahchard of Louisiana, who will dis cuss "Development of the Sputh," and State Bank Examiner W. L. Young, on "Supervision of State Banks." This evening the delegates will be given a trolley ride over the THE REX CIGAR STOBE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1007. OC Nice Comb rjfg Honey ...,£OC Big Juicy Oranges, per doz HOC Green Onions, f| per bunch ........ AUC Large Stalks of -f f| Celery 1UC Try our Star Brand guaran^B-, teed all Coffee, full poimduUC HOWARD & CO. GROCERS BOTH PHONES 289. James Lynch HART'S GROCERY a Phones 167. 418 DeMers Prompt Delivery 4 Cans Fancy OD Corn for.... ....wOC 5 Pkgs Egg-O-See 10 lb Sack Yellow Corn Meal for 7 lbs. Oatmeal Beans 1 Gallon Fancy Dill Pickles 25c uUC 25c 6 lbs. Wheat QB_ Grits for wuC Toasted Corn Flakes, "I f|_ per pkg ..... Ivt ,3 1-lb. pkgs Hulled .......AUC OUC !V5'-.ST'.:::::::::$1.00 (With one dollar's worth of Groceries.) 42,r^...:....$2.00 (With three dollar's worth of Groceries.) Choice Beef for a nice roast, a tender porter house or sirloin steak for broil ing, cuts for brazing, boiling or for soups can always be had at our mar ket. Beef is one of the most nutri tious and most economical meats io use as every scrap can be utilised. We also carry just as choice line of mutton, lamb, veal pork and poultry. Our market is the headquarters for good housekeepers who demand the best. Try oar Dacotah brand of lard aad pork aanaace. Stewart Bros. 120 Sosth 1Ur St. fkoie 40 ROOSEVELT'S ORDER TO ABOLISH ISTHMIAN JOBS that the new plan will be more suc cessful. Richard Rogers, general counsel for the isthmian canal com mission, who went to Panama with Secretary Taft, will remain there for some time to assist In the reorganiza tion of the government under the new regime. It is expected that the new style of government will result in an annual saving of at least $100,0000 a year. It involves the abolition of the bureau of municipalities, sustained at a cost of about $12,000 a year, and will cut off a similar amount in salaries paid to municipal officers, as well as re sulting in many other economies. The executive order also revises the penal code of the zone, and provides for the legalization of all marriages by a minister of the gospel. city, followed by a reception and dance at the Columbia club. One of the principal features of the convention is scheduled for tomorrow morning, when Hon. Charles G. Dawes of Chicago, former comptroller of the currency, will speak on "The Sherman Anti-Trust Law and Its Relations to the Public." A speech will also be made by Vice-President Solomon Wexler of the Whitney-Central Na tional bank. New Orleans, on the sub ject of "Currency Reform." After the speech-making tomorrow, the dele gates will leave on a special train for Caddo City, Where they will inspect the oil fields and the famous burning gas. well. (. Finest Line oi Imported and Domestic Clears. Billiard and Pool Parlors In Connection. Frank Hanson, Mngr. House Cleaning Time is Here LET US CLEAN YOUR CARPETS We have carpet cleaning machinery that cleans car pets and rugs without injury. We do the work a great ideal more satisfactory than when they are cleaned by hand. Phone us and we will have our wagon call. Grand Forks Steam Laundry Co. Both Phones 86. CLEANERS AND DYERS. mmmit & b* %, I i:.