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1 I 1 YC&.4 iF' 1 fJ ?ar f"i *c A A V:/. V-.\:' ..-•Mfe'1'^t'-A ,V"J^5S sd7 1 /ft '-'JFi .• 4s-- if ft" a 1 a lv Cfl a. A. webstei, k. & schultheis, FrttUtal Vice. Frn BJ. BIOCIHOFF, Sscy. A Treat- PIONEERINSURANCE AGENCY IacnptiaM. General Insurance Fire, Accident, Life" Plate Glass. FtdelitySurety Bouds. GRAND FORKS, N. D. OFFICE UNDEI FIIST NATIONAL BANK Bolb fkw 78. When a man is chased by a woman there is always at least contributory negligence on the part ot the man. •. ii Cut Flowers OF EVERY VARIETY. White Roses, Lilies of the Valley, American Beauties and Brides maids. Floral Designs a Spec ialty. FRANK V. KENT CO. Jewelers, Opticians & Florists Both Phones 525. mm Two Matinee* Two Evening Concerts "Thursday, May 16, 2 :S0 P. Ut.—'"Popular Concert" Thursday, May 16, 8:15 P. M.—"Hiawatha's Wedding Feast" Fridav May 17, 2:30 P. M.—"Symphony Concert" Friday, May 17, 8:16 P. M.—Hahdeta "Messiah." DR. EGKMAN DENTIST PLATKY BLOCK all WORK guaranteed seasonable: ffi- .f-t\ y^rmw^SS Everybody Gives Me Good Advice :.: ..v.- •_ They say that wheii it corned to clothes that my stock looks like Wall street because it's, new anil choice. Well fel lows, I'm glad that you are satisfied with the interest I take in my business., I'm here to show you the Whatever's Right stuff at all times and whenever niy stock and styles begin to" look like "Friday the 13th" tljat's just when I don't your money. •N- Yours for Whatever's Rirfht •"STANCHS". THE ONLY CLOTHING STORE ON THE CORNER. CLUB FORMEO Boost City is One Function— Gov. Burke May Be Ouest of Honor at Dinner. The members ot the editorial and business offices of the different news papers of Grand Forks held a meeting Saturday evening and perfected a temporary, organization^ a Press club by the election of the following of ficers: President—W. P. Davies, of The Herald. Secretary—A. C. Reinecke, oi The Press. Treasurer—'Frank A. Brown, of The Times. The following were appointed a committee to prepare by-laws and a constitution and to report at the next meeting: M. C. Baeheller, J. W. Faw cett and Fred Lincoln. Mrs. A. F. Page was appointed to select the colore for the club. The club members favored the hold ing, of meetings at the call of the of ficials at which time a banquet And social session will Ibe enjoyed. It was also planned to banquet any prominent personage who might pay this city a visit Secretary Reinecke was instructed to correspond with Governor John Burke and Invite the governor to .be the-guest of honor at a little dinner to be given in his honor about May 30. The governor will pass through Grand Forks on his way to Grafton from Devils Lake. About thirty newspaper men were present, and Editor JMchter was a Larimore visitor. Plans for the future will be discussed tit length at the next meeting, at which a pennanent organi zation will Ibe effected.1 GRIND FORKS ORHTORID SUV ANNOUNCES ITS CHORUS OF120 VOICES Under" direction of PROFESSOR O. A. STOUT of Wesley Conser vatory of Music, assisted by CLARA WILLIAMS, (Minneapolis)^Soprano, CHARLOTTE HABfilET SNELL, (Boston), Alto, •, H. AUOUSTINE SMITH, (Chleago), Tenor. GUSTAF HOLMQUiST,. (Chicago), Basso, and the gYMPJIONY ORCHESTRA Ticket* Now on Sale Getta Made Store Prices: Season tickets, $4^)0, $8^6, $M»0. Single Admission—Evening, Single Admiseion--Afternoon, $1^0, $1.00, 76c. and SOe. Send Mall Orders to John H. Carkln. Bn«ine«» M«n»rfer. Box 108, Grand Forks, N. D. I START LAYING STEEL. Dra|ee Extention of the Soo Will Be Completed at an Early Date. It is reported that the work of laying the steel ithe remainder of the distance from Dogden to Max on the Drake ex tension of the Soo commenced this week. The snow is still deep in some of the cuts but this will be blasted out of the. way. The road will ibe in good condition for moving this season's crop. HAY 16I& 17th, 1907 New Methods Teeth With out Plates Examination Fret -'."/•'pv 5».v- AW 'f \r '.u., %V?w y* ov'v\ Vi &z 1 .- j.. -i. ¥.-vj^i/H. »v'' N *1*' want 01 VIEWS ON Famous Actress in City Today —Evening Times Man Has Pleasant Chat. Miss Rose Coghllan, who plays the titulair role in "Mrs. Warren's Profes sion," which will be .seen at the Metropolitan this evening, together with hei* company—the same which has appeared before audiences in all large cities of the east—arrived in the city this morning and is quartered at the Hotel Dacotah. In answer to 'a request toy a repre sentative of the Evening Times as to her opinion upon the growing tendency, away from marriage on the ptfrt of amibitiouB professional women/ Miss Coghlan sajji: "The future of all women, whether they are independent or "not, includes wifehood and motherhood. The fact that a 'woman has marked' out a career for herself, need not In any way bar her from that great happiness which is her right. On the other hand, it should help "to make her better fitted to take upon herself the great respon sibilities of life. While she is struggling to win fame and a compe tence, she' is gaining experience, depth of character, and strength of mind, which will add to the 'brightness and beauty of her future, whatevrr that may be. It is a great blessing that 'women are compelled no longer to sit quietly at home and wait for that which the future has in store for them, but are able to put in their time to the very best advantage mentally and physically. "Women now look upon marriage as men'' do, in the light of something to .achieve af the right time, and this is an attitude that they have only been aljle to assume in the last few years. A woman need not marry for a home, and to my mind there is no single phase of the question of her future so full of significance as that which is emlbodied in this one statement—the very fact that she is capable of taking care of herself, of providing for her own creature comforts, and possibly her others near and dear to her, makes her demand more of the world and of man, than her sister before her de inanded, with the result that when she does marry, it is for one and only one reason, that should prompt a woman to take the step—love. "Not only will the future see more marriages of independent women, but these Carriages will approach nearer the ideal ope. Men and women stand upon an equal footing. They feel a sympathy and love for each other, which have nothing Qf the dependent quality on the feminine side, nor the domineering one on the masculine, and the. single woman will be proud and happy Co make the lines of her life parallel with those of a man who ap preciates her mental qualities, and to whom she can be a helpqiate in the true sense of the word." NEW CLERKS ARE IUMED i— Thofee Who Passed the Recent Post* office Exams Received Commis sions Last Evening. The new clerks and carriers for the eligible list of the Grand Forks post office, received their commission let ters from Washington last evening. Three out of the five who took the tegjts, were successful in passing, two of the' number being Grand Forks young men. Those who were success ful are Oscar OBerdahl, of Hatton Harry Sheridan, Grand Forks and A. Bourassa, Grand Forks. The last mentioned young' man has been em ployed in the local postoffice as sub stitute for .nearly a year and is thor oughly acquainted tfith' the^ "ropes." The examinations were taken nearly six weeks ago and Secretary J. J. Dun lop has been expecting to hear, from them for several days. BISHOP SHANLEY RETURNS. Head of Catholic Church In North Da kota Is Back from Rome. The Rt Rev. John Shaoley, bishop of- the North Dak'ota dioceee of the Catholic church, returned from a three months'"-trip to Rome and the Holy Land Saturday. The bishop returned looking the pitfture of health, and re ports, having enjoyed himself im mensley during his absence. He ,wo» given an audience with Pope^Plus X, and later spent some time in the Holy Land, visiting «i)any of the points of historic importance) ..•"V :.c THIIVXHING TIMM, GRAND JORKfl, N. D. QF PRISON Prominent Besident Caught in Act of Defacing Govern ^111^ ment Property. The goodness of heart of the Grand Forks assistant postmaster is all that saved a prominent citizen of this city, a married man ait that, from, spending a year in the government penitentiary at Sioux Falls, S. D. There is a very strict' government law regarding the destruction and defacing of govern ment property and Sunday morning, In the. local federal building. Assist ant Postmaster J. J. Dunlop, after weeks of patient watching, discovered a well known resident of this city in the act of wrltingvon the marble which adorns the interior of the building. Mr. Dunlop took the man into his private office and the two had a heart to heart talk lasting several hours with tne ,resulit that the defacer was liberated- after a severe reprimand. The gentleman in question is about forty years of#age and ordinarily would have been given the limit for his offense. However, bis family re lations were considered. The law regarding the defacing, of government property is very explicit and several warning signs are posted about the building as follows: "Per son guilty of damaging the building or defacing the walls in any- way will be punished accordingly." Hereafter a close, watch is to be maintained and any person caught will not be dealt 4rfth as leniently as the man who was pounced upon yes terday. FOR LABRATORY ASSISTANT a Examination Will Re Conducted in This City on May 29 For Position Carrying $1,000 Per Year. Secretary J. J. Dunlop has received notice from the United States civil service commission, of an examination to be conducted in this city on May 29 to Secure eligibles to fill vacancies in the position of labratory assistant (qualified glass blower) in the bureau of ehemistry department of agricul ture, at $1,000.per' year. The appli cants must have had at least five years practical experience in glass blowing and must be thoroughly familiar with the handling of the most intricate phy sical and chemical apparatus. The age limit is twenty years. REV. HMTVEDTJS TO WED Ceremony Will Occur Wednesday Morning at Mlnot—Miss Hilda Johnson Js Bride-to-Be. The marriage of Rev. H. A. Haat vedt, of this city, to .Miss Hilda John son. of Minot, will. be solemihzed in the Ward county metropolis on Wed nesday morning at 9 o'clock. The ceremony is to take place at the par sonage of the First Lutheran church, Bev. Larson officiating. Following the ceremony, the couple will come to Grand Forks, arriving here Wednes day evening on No. 6. The bride-to be is a former resident of Grand Forks, and is a surgical nurse. She has been employed for some time in the Minot hospital. Rev. Haatvedt is well known in. this city and through out the state, having been principal of the Grand Forks college for some time. HAD BLOOD CLOT ON BRAIN Caused Death of Fred Craigo—Inqtiest Was Conducted on Sunday—Post Mortem Examination Made. Death from natural causes was the verdict of the coroner's juTy in the inquest into the death of Fred Craigo, who died on Saturday morning. The inquest was held on Sunday, J. C. Duncan, P. McLoughlin and John Budge acting as jurors. Three wit nesses were before the jury: Dr. Healy, Dr. Campbell and Geo. Fox, the latter being the Ingalls house clerk. Dr. Campbell and Dr. Healy per formed a post mortem examination, and found a clot of blood of' three ounces on the dead man's brain. This, they said, was the cause of death. Coroner Rousevell contacted the in quest Mrs. J. Love, mother of the deceased ^arrived in the city today in company with her daughter. Mr®. G. W. Davis. Mrs. Love comes from Downing, and Mrs. Davis comes from Glenwood, Wis. Mrs. H. De.thingwell, another sister of the deceased will arrive here this evening from Page, Minn. The funeral will be held Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock from the Norman under taking parlors. BRAYTON IS ON THE BOOM Rev. H. P. Cooper Says the Town Down the Red Is a Hustler—Many Sew Buildings. Rev. H. P. Cooper, pastor of the First Methodist Episcopal church of Drayton, formerly presiding elder of this district with residence in Grand Forks for several years, went north this morning to Hamilton, where to morrow he will conduct the anniver sary exercises for the Odd Fellow's lodge jin that city. Rev. Cooper was in the city last night in'attendance at the Odd Fellow's celebration.- Rev. Cooper is a Drayton boomer. In conversation with an Evening Times representative this morning, he istated that all lines of business are active in that locality. Especially is the building industry alive and going. Drayton's brick yard will open within a few days for the summer's run, ajul twenty-five to fifty thousand brick will be turned out during the season. Many new buildings are in course of construction in the thriving town to the north and many mOre are yet in the formative stage. '"Altogether there is a bright outlook for that section of the state, though the crop pro^pecs are slightly ofT color. Expert Piano Tuner. O. Young has secured the services of an expert piano tuner, here May'l. 'Those who are desirouB of a visit from this expert factory tuner and repairer, phone 110 or leave order at the O. Young furniture and music store. Will Not Say What Kind of Paving is Favored—Home Yesterjiay. The Grand Forks paving committee, Mayor Duis, Alderman George Buck ingham, R. A. Sprague and John Vallely, returned yesterday from the paving junket which embraced in the itinearary about a dozen of the larger cities of the east.' The quartet has be&i gone about a fortnight, and in that time the individuals have assimi lated1' sufficient subject matter for a volumnous report. However, though they are bursting with information,' the members are non-committal concern ing their ideas. Aside from the work entailed in the trip, and the hardships of night travel ing, the party had a very enjoyable time. Bunker .Hill monument was viewed from exterior and interior point 6f view, the Niagara Falls were visited, and other chief points of interest In the east were taken in. The interior view of Bunker Hill monument consisted of a climb up the 192 steps of the tortuous stairway. When seen this afternoon, Mayor Duis emphatically denied the "slanderous" report that he thought they were go ing up to the top to take a look at a strip of new paving. The party se cured several pretty souvenirs of Ni agara Falls and it is said that Mr. Sprague brought back with him a bat tle of the water secured from the river above the falls.. He nursed the sou venir all the way home and saved It from demolition several tipies only at considerable personal risk. Wont Report for a Time. "Don't ask us what kind of paving we favor,"' said one of the party this afternoon, "we don't intend to give out just what our opinions are, but as soon as the bids are in, we will air our views-to the public. You see it wouldn't do for. us to favor any cer tain kind of paving for that company, possessed of such knowledge, could easily add a slight amount to the ibid secure in the belief that the contract would be taken home anyway." Another member of the party stated that in nearly all the large titles the awarding of paving contracts went with the ebb and tide of the political factions. When one administration had the reigns, so and so was the big "it" in the paving world. When an other party was set upon the pedestal, another kind of paving was secured. Penchant for Betting. With the exception of one time when Alderman Vallely wagered that he could lead the party by the nearest route to the hotel, and in so doing, wandered around aimlessly in the mazes of forgotten cow-paths, only to meet himself coming around one of the obscure corners, the tour ^as devoid of all sensational feature®. The cow-, path incident Is reported to be closely allied to a new hat which Mayor Duis is wearing today. JTIfiS IS PIGS" With Exception of Four Men a Feeling of Apathy In State Fair fatter. Exists In Fargo. Architect George Hancock, of Far go, was an over-Sunday visitor in the city returning to the suburb up the river this morning. Mr. Hancock was here to look-after details on the new St Michael's hospital and incidently to look after several building matters. The Fargo man,stated that the oftener he came to Grand Forks the better he liked it, and he predicted a steady climb toward the top—unless 'those Fargo wolves are successful in steal ing the state fair." "Wolves," gasped the astonished Evening Times man. "Yes, wolves. I tell you this—that with the exception of two street rail way men and two fair officials, there is absolutely no sentiment in favor of the play which is being made. The Fargo people want the fair, undoubted ly, and they wdnt it bad but when it comes to stealing it, a barrier of apathy rises from the shadows. How ever, if by placing a preponderance of weight upon the technicalities made strong by Fargo counsel, the supreme court should locate the fair in Fargo, no doubt it will be used to good ad vantage." REPORTER GOT POETIC. At Result of Raid on Boose Cave in Bismarck. In sizing up the aftermath of the raid by Commissioner Murray and the Bismarck police, when a carload of liquor was found in a cave near that city, the Tribune In part said: "Barrels to the right of them. Barrels (a the left of them,. Barrels in front of them, All the world wondered. "Still they -were not dismayed,' "Charge for the booze" they said, On went the booze brigade- Somebody blundered. HOLUSTER'S Rocky Mountain Tu Nuggets A Bu»y Med Kin* lor Busy People. Brine* Golden Health and Renewed Vlcor. A specific for Constipation. Indigestion, Llvet and Kidney troubles. Pimples, Eczema, Impure Blood, Bad Breath. Sluggish Bowels, Headache and Backache. Its Socky Mountain Tea In tab let form, 35 cents a box. Genuine made by Holustcb Drug Compact, Madison, Wii GOLDEN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE O E BRUNSWICK EUROPEAN Heaaepin Avenue •ad Fo»rlh Slreet MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. KATES' 76c., fl.00, With Detached Batfe. 91.60 ad 12.00, With FHVate BpUfc. Best Cafe and Buffet in City private omnia koohb. AIL M0DE1N nmtOVEHENfS -^v A ,v w-ns V'- hteiK r(?- for yoarselfl let 11 take yon aronnd for a personal exanrfnv' tton of our offering*. We ofer the beat there la on the Hilnt at the price. .1,.. $1,400—B-698. 9M00-B.102A. .A now six-room house on University avenue. Citv water lavar ^Lh.?^Xood™Lw«f^rlcked.up cellar, /Hardw£.d flo^and finish «uu fiuuu rnrKQ DriCKea un cellar. Har 2?,mn1ta,rs: Four-inch fir flooring upsttlrs. Back pi*^tered*a*nd'IweU built In every way. Woodshed attached. 60 ft. lot. *1^S0-R488. 6 2 8 RUSSELL-MILLER HILLING GO. THE "REAL ESTATE" $1)650—A seven-room house on a 50 ft improved lot, hard wood floors, city water, .bricked up basement, cellar, gas. Close in.. A genuine bargain. $3,600—A nine-room modern house on a 50 ft corner lot on Walnut street.' Hardwood finish downstairs, bricked up basement with hot water heat ing plant. Good barn. (fu-jV-0 «. \.4l srjrsfc- 2 W a a a a Siin» in Atifardw?°d floors In rooms downstairs. Every 5ood condition. A house that will rent for about $20 per month. Reasonable terms can bo arranged. 9800—B-1008. »h» i» onDakotaavenue, between Wlnship school and arid flO per month. emy- These are very choice lots. *20 down *1,050—8.1057. Cottage on University avenue. In good condition. City -water and cellar. A neat cozy little home. We should like to show It. $800-8-1081. Cheyenne avenue. 60 ft. lot. This is In the vmi wifn^VnJ" down, the balance in monthly payments. If you want to save your rent money, then look this up. E. J. LANDER & CO. THE FLOUR THAT ALWAYS A E S O O E A $1,550—A good six-room house on Walnut street, in nice resi dent district, hardwood floors downstairs—city water. This is a good one. $2,000—A good seven-room house on Chestnut street, close in hardwood floors, city water, cellar. 50 ft im proved lot Lots—50 ft corner lots on In ternational avenue, $375. 50 ft. lot on Chestnut street at $425. THE THOMPSON AGENCY REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURANCE Trl.State 306. FUST NATIONAL BANK BLDG. N. W. 81S-L. Bargain at Kelseys for this week. 160 acres six miles from East Grand Forks. All under cultivation. Has a comfortable house and barn. Will trade for city Property. LOOK THIS UP O A O E S ANY QUALITY A N I N O. J. BARNES CO". 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