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WEDNESDAY, MAY 1st
ONE MERRY MUSICAL NIGHT
Wm-
Cullen presents the
favorites
tf&kyfc'M-i'l rBVontes
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OSCAR L. FIGMAN
and RUTH WHITE
•, la Richard Carle's Operatic Comedy
Suceess
WEElfr OF APRIL 29
iv MUSICAL SEELEY v-: -.H
MOTION PICTURES
(1) Getting Back His Sansage.
(3) The Rnsslan Terroslst's Kemorse
LINDEN BROS.
Baton Juyyley.
MOVING PICTTrtEsV
(1) Playing Truant.
(2) The Baby Cries,
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(S) The Music Hall.
(4) Willie Visits His Auht.
ED AND KITTX DEAGAN
The Dnt«fh Girl and the Hallroom Boy.
ANNIE R0WNE
In pictured, melody, "When You
Know You're Not Forgotten by the
Girl You Can't FVrget."
We cater especially to' Ladies and
Children. •.. A
Evenings 7:30—9:00 p! M..
Admission, Adults 15c, Children 10c.
Reserved seats 25c.
Matinee Wednesday and Saturday
4:00 P. M.
Matinees Daily at 2:80.
Eivenihga tktm 7:80 Continuoua
MONDAY. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
MR. AND MRS. CARL SMfTH
Novelty Comedy Musical Artists.
Latest Moving Picture?
(a) The Betrothed'® Nlghtmafe.
(b) Terrible Adventure.
(e) Scenes in a French Mining Camp,
(d) Two Mfsdklevous Kids.
Bert Prescott, singing "Why Dont
They Play Wltb Me." (Illustrated.)
ADMISSION ,10 JBENTS
Complete change of program Thurs^
day and reappearance of the favorite
singer FRANK HOLLIDAY.
THEATRE
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MONDAY, TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
Overtnfo .v
,v idea Lulu Ripeon. ^'v.
FARRIS. 7
Theraan who swaltows swords and
tie^ himself Into almost untlable knots.
———.
THE CAMEBAGBAPH LIFE MOTION
PICTURES.
ETAN D. EVANS,
(Illustrated Song)
"The Belle at the Ball."
TJ^E ^CAMEBAGBAPH.
,1. The Child's Dilemma.
Picturesque QuelUec and Montgomery
Fans.
An early round with the Milkman.
A if 1
THE FROZO TRIO IN
"Catching asCulprit, the Laugh-O
SereaiUhO, Cry-O, Trio. Complete
change next Thursday
Matinees at 4 p. m.
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Evenings 7:80 and 9
Price of evening admission 15c.
Matinees lOo, children 60.
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THE
Greatest Musical Triumph In Tears
'Exceptionally large' company of orer
half a 100 people.
VW Geauln'e Musical Ocmi
MnrP Intrlnsle Marlt
2.
VF1
7 Hearty lantfhter
Than all thcOtktrSkowt Combined
CI Bl^ Compaay
Aflmp. Original Production
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Bewitching Dolly
Chora,
Prices, $1.50, $1.00, 7Sc, 50c
-AT THE-
SAVOY
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Roso. Coghlan.
R°«e Coghlan comes forward
aa Mrs. Warren" In "Mrs.,Warren'a
Profession" at the Metropolitan the
atre tonight The play will be given
for one performance and will doubt
less draw, capacity audierifeea to the
W- P. Cullen will present Oscar L.
wigman and Ruth White in «iat dash
ing western operatic comedy at the
Metropolitan itheatre on/ Wednesday
evening.
Thfse stprs are well' knownv .in
rand ForRs on account of their work
in "The Burgomaster" In a big re
vival of which he was seen} two years
ago. Mr. Figpian is saild to have sur
prised even inis warmest admirers in
the role of Professor Pettibone, the
gentle old seminarian whose experi
ences on a Texas ranch furnish the
greater patt of ithe comedy of the
opera. Figman is the- proud poeees^
or of a pair ot comedy legs, and a
quiet wit which seems to'please audi
tors.
Miss Ruth White is appearing in
the role of Marion Worthington, and,
brings to it a pleasing personality
and a line soprano voice. The re
.. mainder of the cast is well known,
Lawrence Coever, a .tenor, of, ability
is singing, the part of Paul A. W.
Hutchins is the Honest John Fred
Bailey is the Sergeant Barker Harry
B. Williams, one of the best dancers
on the stage, is the Chinaman Louise
Brackett",„the Sally Grace Sloan, the
Patsy, and EWythe Kherns the Flora
Jane Libby. The chorus is -an ex
tremely large one. the company num
bering sixty-five people.
Richard Carte and H. L. Heartz, the
auditor and c&mifo&er respectively ot
"The Tenderfoot," wrote better than
they knew when they evolved "The
Tenderfoot!" While Carle' did- not
claim that he had, writteJ* a piece of
extraordinary originality, he managed
to bring out one thait is genuinely
funny, and one 4n which there is col
oring. He caught the spirit (of the
open air when he wrote the lyrics,
and Heartz, on- furnishing the music,
caught the spirit. The result is a
score of tunes that are all of the
whistling variety. Some of the re
membered songs are "My Alamo
Love." "The Tale of the Tortured
Thomas Cat," "Adioe," "The Soldiery,"
"I'm a Soldier of Fortune," "fascin
ating Venus," "Only a Kiss," arid the
splendid finale of the second act,
when the rangers march away to fight
the hostile Indians.
Lyrics and Humorous Lines in "The
Free Lance."
Harry B. Smith, librettist of "Robin
Hood" is also the sponsor of the book
and lyrics of the new Sousa opera,
"The Free Lance," which will be seen
at the Metropolitan.
His lyrics this new opera are
said to be of the Gitbertiaa style. An
idea may be gleaned from one sfeng
by the Emperor of Graftianina (sup
posed to be modeled 011 the present
Emperor of Germany). It runs as
follows:
I grant that therg are people who
have talents rather various
Quite capable and clever,
In sdtne fields of endeavor.
But I opine my genius is as much
more multifarious.
My general proficience.
Is the next thing to omniscienc
th
Of course there may be others with
a little stray a bility,
Btit I'm 'the sole monopolist of.
wholesale versatility
There's not an art or science, of
which anyone may tell
In which I do not perfectly excel,
But I do'it all by. proxy,
I have 'a clever chap to represent
me, don't you see,
I think it is rather toxy
Another fellow does the work, the
credit comes -to me.
U. N. D. Glee iCIub.
The Glee diub arid band ot the
U. N. D. will give a performance at
the Metropolitan on May 6, and it is
a well known fact that the music
they render is .hard to equel even in
professional ranks.
REHEARSALS GOING ON.
Comedy Drama for Benefit of Library
Will Be Given May 2.
The comedy drama, "Friends," which
is to be presented at the Metropolitan
theatre Thursday evening, May 2, is
one of Milton Boyle's most popular
plays, and gives the cast appearing hi
lt excellent opportunities of showing
what dramatic abdfllty may be found
among amateur performers.
The main theme of the play is the
loyal friendship of Adrian Kprje, -a
rising musician, and John Padem, Jr.,
a young fellkyw talented in a literary,
.way, who,, finding thait they could not
make the most of their talents under
the Influence of their homes, leave to
carry on their struggles for fame in a
tenement.house In New York city. Jen
nie Merryweather, a young woman
struggling for1 the higher things in life,
with girlish sympathy, helps the boys
over the rough roads.
Marguerite Otto, a singer of fame,
with her weakling of a father, come
into the lives ot the boys, and here
comes the strongest test of the friend
of the two friends.
Throughout the play is found a
strong field tor comedy in' the funny
and emfo&rrassing positions the young
friends are forced to face, and espe
cially aJbeurd and ridiculous are the
antics of the wealthy father of John
Pad en, Jr., whose love for {lis boy
Jiack Is kept in check by
(hls.
obstinate
disposition, his great argument tor his.
right to admiration being that "any-'
one can db'just as they please with me'
BO
long as they conform to my ways.'*
Friends of MDss Otto and fellow work
ers In a musical line and the cunning
of a shrewd and plotting business man
to add to the dramatic situation of
pllay. The cast:
Adrian Karje, a pianist... .Lynn Sarles
John Paden, Jr., a modern poet....
Scott Cameron
Harold Hunting, director of the
Metropolitan Opera house
Arthur Netcher
John Paden, Sr., a business man....
.' J. P. T. O'Connor
Hans Otto, father ot, Marguerite
Otto Samuel Peaso
Marguerite Otto of tho Metropoll
tan Opera house..Adelaide Patterson
Jennie Merryweather, comrade of
the boys. .Clara Wolfl
Miss Hartman of the Metropolitan
Opera house ..Catherine Ogren
Miss wollf .of the Metropolitan Op
era house Bertha Seltz
Marie .Qeralino Jacob!
EVANGELICAL CONFERENCE*.
Faribault* Minn., April 29.—Visitors
are arriving in Faribault to attend
the annual state conference of the
German Evangelical church, which
will be in session here during tlfo^next,
several days. Bishop S. C. Breyvogel,
of'Reading, Pa., will preside over the
conference, which will be attended by
several score of clergymen.
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New State Law Debars Them
Prom* Frequenting Pool
rooms—Parents Kick,
The numerous applicaitlonB to Chief
of Police Lowe from parents whose
boys frequent pool rooms, have
brought, up the question1 of minors
frequenting pool, billiard rooms or
bowling alleys. It has been found
that the city ordinances will have to
be amended to comply with the
amended state" law.
•The latter 'provides now that not
only persons under the age of 18
years«ore not allowed Ho frequent the
certain public places mentioned, but
any person attending a local high
school is not allowed to frequent such
places nor be, employed in such places
without the written consent of par
ents or guardians, or when accom
paniqfl by them. The penalty Is a
fine of from $5 to $50, or fine and
imprisonment, at the discretion of the
court.
Under the recent law amending
city charters, the city police have nb
jurisdiction to act under state laws
and. to supply the defect the ordin
ances relating to such, of the city of
Grand Forks, will have to bp amended
so. that, the city police can act when
called upon to do so. It is stated
•that complaints about young boys be
ing allowed to frequent pool and bil
liard rooms are becoming frequent
as the morals*'of the boys are endan
gered.<p></p>JAIL
in 111
Four Men Make Getaway, But
Are Quickly Recaptured—
One Prisoner Stayed.
Mandan, N./D., April 29.—A daring
jail delivery was accomplished by
four prisoners confined in the jail,
a'waiting their fate at the hands of
the district court now in session. The
prisoners who escaped were
WANTED—A GOOD
Ephrlam's Bakery.
Forks.
1
J. C.
Page and John O'Keefe. who came
near getting away with a lot of jew
elry last week. John Hotfer. who is
being held for uttering a forged note
and mortgage at Hebron, and George
Camp, one of the two young boys who
were sent from Judson on a burglary
charge committed at that place. The
.facts consernirig their escape as near,
as can be learned are as follows:
The prisoners w&ile locked up in
the cage, had access to the corridor
running between the cells, where an
old broom was kept.' The wire was
taken off and twisted together, mak
ing a hook, which was passed between
the bars and around the knob that
fastened the main outside cell door.
This accomplished, the-bolt was jerk
ed back, permitting the door to be
opened. After getting out of the cells,
things came easy. A part of the brick
wall was battered out, giving all an
opportunity to walk out who choose
to do so. Of the five who were con
fined, one of them, a boy who, to
gether with Camp, had been led to
assist in breaking in a store at Jud
son refused to go, and kept on trying
to arouse the family to the feet thkt
something was throng in the jail,
which' adjoins the living rooms of the
sheriff. Finally his cries were heard
and Mrs. Bechtold went to ascertain
the cause of the disturbance, Mr.
Bechtold having gone to New Salem
during' the .'day. Mr.. Bechtold was
communicated with, and then one of
the most remarkable and successful
pursuits in the history of this part,
of the country began, proving Sheriff
Bechtold to be specially adapted for
chasing fugitives. The dim trail of
four men on foot going north, was
Idisoovefred and followed for snore
than thirty-five miles by the sheriff
on horseback. Additional riders were
secured and the country Scoured.
From Information secured, it seemed
that the jallbreakers were headed for
Underwood or Washburn. Mr. Bech
told returned to Mandan aiid phoned
descriptions to these places. About
four, or 'five hours after the messages
had been received, the much wanted
fugitives were apprehended at ^Wash
burn, after crossing over on the ferry.
From there they wefre taken to Bis
marck, and landed in jail the same
evening.
Many people are -wondering if
Packard mentioned that distilled roast
that Speaker Twichel! gave him from
the chialr for false statements made
while serving as a Bismarck corre
spondent, when' he gave the Valley
City normal students that lecture on
"The' Essential Qualities of a Good
Newspaper Correspondent."
News 'Forecast lor
Coming Week
Monday.
The first meeting of the inland wa
terways commission recently appoint
ed by President Roosevelt will be held
in Washington. Bond issue of $35^000,
000 will' Ibe voted on at meeting of
stockholders of Northiwestern Pacific
railroad. Anniversary of the defeat of
the English and relief of the besieged
city of Orleans fby Joan of Arc. Trial
of Oklahoma lumbermen, charged with
violation of the Sherman anti-trust
law, Ibeglns at Guthrie. Spring festival
and merchants' exposition opens in*
Memphte. Texas Federation of English
Singing societies begins biennial festi
val In Fort Worth.
-.Tuesday.
Meeting of directors of United States
Steel corporation, when William E. Co-'
rey will probably be re-elected presi
dent. Submarine boats will begin con
test off Newport for $3,000,000 appro
priated by government for building un
der-water craft for navy. 'Interstate
commerce commission, sitting in Wash
ington will hedr case involving rates
on cotton piece goods. Senator Joseph
B. Foraker will Ibe among -the speakers
ait /the annhal banquet of the Ohio So
ciety of Detroit. National congress of-
OEAND Fbko, H.
UrtrtlMMati
Km hirtlM tew
trim. Ml
than II Mats,
HELP WANTED
WANTED—WE HAVE AN EXPER1
Automobile repairman on the road.
It In need of any work, drop us a
card and he will call on you. Bot
tineau Automobile company, Bot
tineau, N. D.
WANTED—RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS,
1800 yearly. Examination aoon.
Preparation free. Franklin Institute,
Rochester, N. T.
CORPORATION OWNING AND OP-
Ing
terating Industrial railway and mln
enterprises, desires representa
tives on a high remunerative basis.
Box 2416, Boston.
SITUATIONS WANTED
WANTED—YOUNG LADY WANTS PO
"p. Prefers real
Address M. V.
sit ion as stenographer. Prefersreal
estate office work.
Evening Times.
WANTED—SITUATION BY THOR,
oughly competent young lay stenog
rapher and bookkeeper at )40 a
month. Address stenographer, 611
North Broadway, Crookston, Minn.
WANTED—PllA:
waists by day
FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT, 1310
University avenue.
FOR RENT—FOUR FURNISHED
rooms. Inquire at 1405 University
'avenue.
FURNISHED ROOM IN MODERN
house, 211 North Fifth .street
FOR RENT—FRONT ROOM NICELY
furnished. Enquire 212 North Fifth
street
FOR RENT—FOUR ROOMS FURNISH
ed suitable to rllght housekeeping.
Inquire 72S Second Ave.
FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS
Modern conveniences with or with
out board Inquire at 400 North Sixth
Street 7
Times wants will supply your wants.
Sons of American Revolution opens in
Denver. Ceremonies attendant upon
amalgamation of Oklahoma and Indian
Territory grand lodges of Knights of
Pythias begin at Shawnee.
Wednesday.
Great -labor demonstrations will be
held throughout France and other Eu
ropean countries. International Asso
ciation of Miachlnists will inaugurate
movement for increase of- wages all
over country. Strikes at various trades
aire threatened in many cities, espe
cially in Sam Francisco. Interstate
commerce commission will hold hear
ing In Washington in cases involving
alleged discrimination in cotton rates.
National packers' exposition opens in
Chicago. General Kuroki and other of
ficers of the Japanese army, who will
represent Japan at the Jamestown ex
position, are due to arrive in Seattle.
United Christian party will hold con
vention ill Rock Island to nominate
candidate for president in i908. Re
union of the Army of the Potomac
opens in Wlashlngton. The resignation
of John- Ooit SpoOner of Wisconsin
flrooi the United States senate becomes
effective. International maritime ex
position opens in Bordeaux, France.
United Cloth Hat and' Cap Makers of
'North America -meet in New York. Civ
il service examinations will be held
throughout the country to secure sev
enty additional school'teachers for the
Philippines. Advance in freight rates
on grain and grain products from Chi
cago to the Atlantic seaboard becomes
effective. Texas traveling men meet in
El Paso.
Thursday.
MicOlellan statute.will be unveiled In
Wlashlngton toy the Society of the Ar
my of the Potomac." Perry L. Hedrick,
chief sanitary inspector of Chicago,
Will be arraigned on charge of -bribery.
British Empire league will give ban
quet to colonial- premiers in London.
Mississippi Teachers' association con
venes in Gultport. Oklahoma Red Men
meet in Hobart. California Woman's
Christian' Temperance union convenes
to Redlands.
Friday.
The property of the Chicago Termi
nal Railway company, consisting of
the Grand Central- station and termi
nals, will be sold at auction under
foreclosure proceedings. Interstate
oratorical contest, including colleges
of eleven states, wWl'be held at Park
ville, Mo. French students' congress
opens in Paris. Artxxr day in North
Dakota.
Saturday.
Irish International exposition opens
vfn Dublin. Sydney Olivier, appointed
governor to succeed Sir Alexander
Swettenham, will sail for his new post
in Jamaica. Miss 'Alice Lee, daughter
of Governor Lee of Delaware, will bo
married to Williafm C. Spruance, Jr.
Traveling -men of Pacific northwest
meet in Spokane. Election of mayor
and commissioners under recently
adopted commission of government will
'be held in Fort. Worth. Kansas State
Farmers' union meets in Hutchinson.
MISS DELA ODEGARD
East Grand Forka, Minn.
Phone 765L SOS DeMers Av«
Manufacturer of high grade cigars
•uoh aa
Grand Forks, EAGLES, Globo aai Iks
A.O.U.W.
Ctmh
SEWING, SHIRT
ir piece. Call Mrs. R.,
Trl-State Phone 510-M.
ANY ONE WISHING FIRST-CLASS
desimaking done by the day. call at
71S North Fourth street N. W.
phone 1018L—Mrs. S. H. Bennett.
WANTED—SCRUBBING AND WASH
lng done at offices and private houses
by Mrs. Boobes. 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 EVB
nngs by amateur stengrapher. Call
"B?"
Times.
ROOMS TO LET
FOR REN^T—NICELY FURNISHED
room, 217. North Sixth street.
aknli
Mack «Mee
BAKER AT
WANTED—GIRL .FOR GENERAL
housework, good wages. Call at
room 114 Hotel Dacotah or telephone
38 N. W. phone.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL
•"housework. Apply at 312 North
Fourth street
1
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework. Inquire at 321 Interna
tional avenue.
WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework at 215 Chestnut street
WANTED—COMPETENT DRAUGHTS
man by Architect J. W. Ross, Grand
I
FOR SALE
FOR SALE—BEFORE PUTTING IN A
fine line of cigars, I wish to dispose
I o» V* I9U IV UlopUBD
of my samples, consisting of 3 sewing
machines 1 large steel range I
heavydouble^ harness eqrad^ table
cutlery 1 wash machine. Very cheap
for .cash. Call and see me, J. c.
White, 21 South Fourth street.
LAKESIDE LOTS—AT HIGHLAND
Park. Lake Bemidji. 46 mile from
Grand Forks Ba'\ Best view on the
lake. First lots offered cheap as a
starter. Inquire of Allen Clark, 713
Cottonwood, city.
FOR SALE—TWO-HORSE TRANS
fer or stake dray. Price, $90. Also
two-norse express delivery wagon,
$120. These are splendid wagons
call on, or address James Lynch, 720
Walnut street
FOR SALE—MODEL "B." COLUMBIA
Motor Cycle. Used three months.
First-class condition Bargain If tak
en at onfee. Morris Johnson 2li
North Fifth street.
FOR SALES—FIVE-FOOT ROLL TOP
desk (almost new). H. W. Green
wood. P. O. Box 103.
FOR SALE—ONE $75.00 BROYS lfe
horsepower gasoline engine motion
•hooting gallery and cylinder piano.
Inquire at 614 DeMers avenue.
FOR SALE—LEWELLYN SETTER
puns, live weeks old, Inquire at 632
N^th Fourth street.
FOR SALE—BRAND NEW OLIVER
typewriter cheap. Inquire at the
Times office or Phone 1046 M.
WANTED—EVERYBODY TO LIST
their property with Grand Forks
Realty Co. Quick sales.
FOR SALE—A FEW COUNTRY
Livery Horses for sale cheap at the
Bacon and Van Alstlne. stable.
FOR SALE—LOTS |2S TO $3,000. W. H.
Kelsey, 20 Nortb Fourth street
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR EXCHANGE—A HOMESTEAD
farm with good meadow, near Black
duck, Minn., offered in exchange for
house property in Grand Forks or
East Grand Forks. Inquire at 713
Cottonwood city.
WANTED—A SECOND-HAND TWO
horse wagon must be in good condi
tion, and a bargain—wide tire no
bed. Address, Postofflee box 204, city.
TO LEASE—ONE YEAR, WITH PRIVI
lege at five building suitable for
Dry Goods in good live town, with
population of five to fifteen thous
and. Address Lock Box 61, Greens
burg, Indiana.
WANTED-^-HOTEL MEN TO WRITS
nir sample and_ price on our special
Hotel Blend Coffee. This should
benefit you. Home Tea Co., roasters.
Grand Forks, N. P.
WANTED—TO FURNISH ESTIMATES
on all kinds of building, Dlnnle Bros,
office, 214 International avenue.
ICE
FOR MAPLE LAKB OR RIVER ICB
Phone Vic Chaffee, 110 or I8SM
STORAGE
STORAGE—WE STORE EVRTTHING
good care. Panovits, Corliss block.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST—RED COLORED ELK TOOTH.
$5.00 reward. Return to Hotel Da
cotah, F. J. McCrey.
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.
Dateii at Grand ForkB, North Da
kota, this first day of April, 1907.
"Hans Anderson, County Auditor,
Grand Forks County, North Da
kota.
McDonald & Ashley
FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EM
BALMERS—North Dakota and Min
nesota licenses. Call answered night
and day. Both phones 2L. 502 De­
Mers avenue.
Mrs. A. He Spencer
Maker of
Ladies Clothes
Jackets, Suits and all Kinds
of Dressmaking.
Trl-State Phono 819—M.
935-M.. N. W.
U« WALNUT STREET.
HEADQUARTERS
For Raster Glavea, Laee ui Beede*
Neckwear, als* Spriis Dceaa Goods.
Experience* Dmnukm is Ceaaee
tloa with the Store.
MRS. A. T. STINSON,
Sonth Third Street and Brace Ave.
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(A uquid)
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Forks, North Dakota.
Dr. El. O'Keeie
OFFICE UNION NATIONAL BANK
Building. Both phones 870.
Dr. F. J. Duggan
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Spe
cial attention given to diseases ot
women. Office, Bearo 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.
John Fawcett
M. A., M. D. DISEASES OF WOM
en and General 8uTgeon. Office
over Stanchfleld Store. Phone 261.
Dr. J. Grassich
OFFICE NORTHWESTERN BUILD
ing, corner DeMers Avenue and
Fourth St
DENTISTS
Dr. L. Eckmpn
DENTIST. BOTH PHONES 466-M.
Grand Forks, North Dakota.
Drs. Fletcher
& Saunderson
DENTIST. CLIFFORD ANNEX,
Grand Forks, N. D. Succeaaora to
Dr. Bobert 8. Ramsey.
Dr. E. F. Adams
DENTIST. OFFICE OVER UNION
National Bank. Phono 191.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Geo* A. Bangs
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office, ground
floor Clifford building. Both tele
phones 64.
Bardi G. Skulason
ATTORNEY AT LAW. CLIFFORD
Building, Second Floor. Both Pfeonea
868. Grand Forks, N. D.
S. Ge Skulason
ATTORNEY AT LAW. ST. JOHN'S
Block, Third Floor. N. W. Phono
815L. Trl-State 816.
W. L. A. Calder
ATTORNEY AT LAW. ST. JOHN'S
Block, Second Floor Front Trl
State 259M. N. W. 659L.
E. De Germain
ATTORNEY AT LAW.. PATENT
Attorney.. St. John's Block, Grand
Forks. N. W. 659L. Tri-State 269M.
INSURANCE
Holmes & Liedman
FIRE, TORNADO AND PLATE
Glass Insurance, Rents, Real Batata
and Surety Bonds. Clifford block,
Grand Forks, N. D.
J. P. Read
MUTUAL FIRS AND TORNADO
Insurance. Rooma 6 and 6, Clifford
Annex. Phone 736L. Grand Forks,
N. D.
ARCHITECTS
1. W. Ross
ARCHITECT AND SUPERINTEND
ent of Construction. Offloe IK
Third street, Grand Forks, N. D.
We J. Edwards
ARCHITECT. NORTHWBBTERN
Building, Grand Forks. Northwest
ern Phone 466L.
OSTEOPATHY
Dr. Orr Sanders
Dr. May E. Sanders
CHRONIC AND ACUTE DISEASES
Successfully Treated. Treatment at
home if desired. Suits 66, Security
Block. Both Phones 642. 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, SHADKB
Waterproof Covers for Harvesters
Threshers aad Grate Stacks
Corner DeMers and Fifth
Both phones 151-L.
Grand Forks. North Dakota
TAILORS.
Lstsst Style* on Bud Perfect fits^Gmraatetd
Paulson Bros.
Merchant Tailors
116 Sosth Third Si. GIARD FOHS. 1). D.
McCray & Prevatt
CARPETS, RUGS, WALL PAPER,
windows and general house-clean
ing.
426 DeMers Ave. Phone: T. S.
71R. N. W. 292L.
PAGE SBVSN
P. 0. Paulsness
PLUMBING, STEAM AMD'' ISV
Water Fitting. Pumps aad WW*
mills. Sewer and Waterworks
tractor. Lead and Iron Pips
Fittings. Braaa Goods, Sewer
Hose, Etc. Grand Forks, *.
Kaufmanns' Bakery
JACOB KAUFMANN, Prop. Masl
Grand Forks, Minn. Phone SBC
The City Feed Store
DOWNEY ft PFEIFBH FLOT7M,
Feed, Hay and Wood of All ktafe
N. W. Phone 636 Tri-State tll-L.
422 DeMers Ave., Grand Porkks.
Logan Cafe
WE SERVE REVERE OOFFHB—
The Best in the World. 819 DeMera
Ave., Grand Forks, N. D. ,Vy
Max Rabinovich
MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL AKTZ
cles of value. 129 DeMers Areas.
Phone 764-R.
0. Young
WHOLESALE FURNITURE, wis.
os, Carpets, Sewing
and Office Furniture. 125-1I7-1M
South Third St, Grand Forks, M. B.
Je A« Evans
TEACHER OF PURE 1TALIAR
of re
will be received on Tuesday
ings 9 a. m. to 12 and every
day evening. Room 62 8e
Building. Phone Getts'
MANUFACTURERj.
B. E. ARMANN
Heating and Ventilating Enfwfff
Designing of economical iw»«n
ventilating apparatus. Ventllatlsa
means health, vigor and life. Pksas
N. W. 1118, Trl-State 614L.
Office Third User 8t Jsha Hssfe,
Guarantee Stock Food Go.
Incorporated. Capital Stoeh $Ujm.
Manufacturers of Stock Food, PM1
try Food, Worm Powder, Ides Slier,
Heave Cure, Pink- Eye Remedy, Itovar
Cure, Colic Cure Gall Cure,
Remedy and White Liniment.
Forks, N. D.
The M. H. Redfck
Hide & Fur Go.
Northwestern Dealers la
Fine Northern Furs, nu*t, PttM%
Wool, Tallow, Boots, Ete.
Largest and Oldest kids and
Office,
415
VH
House In the State.
GRAND FORKS, N. »A*
TO THOSE WHOM IT
MAT
CONCERN:
Everyone who owns a phonograph
and reports their name at Getts' amis
house will hear of something to their
advantage.
J. B. WOODLEY
Wholesale and Retail
HARNESS, WHIP8 AND BAHllf.T
SUPPLIES.
„.The largest and most complete stoek
Jf hand made harness In the two cltlea.
Manufactured of lAppe and nnrn
oak leather. A nlcV llS ofBlSSJ
Saddles BOO pairs of t-A Horse Blank" 1
seieot from at jobbers' prleea. I
Sole agents for the celebrated wyette I
Horse Collars also a full line of kaek I
and surrey harness a nloe line of
whips and summer goods at a Big lta~ I
ductlon. call and look them over.
Telepkene 1108.
AL C00N8, Manager,
Bast Orani Itafta,
PHONE RICE'S 602-L
For Backs, Drays, Day or Night
We Meet All Trains.
DeMers Avenue,
1
W. F. KIRK, Prop.
Proposals.
For blank books, stationery andj
printing for Grand Forks County,
North Dakota.
Sealed bids frill be received at ths
offloe of the County Auditor, In ths
Court House at Grand Forks, N. IX,
until Wednesday the first day of May.
1907, at 10 o'clock a. m. for blanh
books, stationery and printing
supplies generally for all county of
fices for one years as per requisitions
and samples now on file in the County
Auditors office.
The 'board of county commissioners
reserve the right to reject any or all
bids.
Dated at Grand Forks, North Da
kota, this first day of April, 1907.
Hans Anderson, County Auditor,!
Grand Forks County, North DiH
kota.
Columbia Hotel
AND BESTAUKANT
flit TSnr linn lwslins aMIl
waitine
tor roar
Am
tnios
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Open Day and Nltfht
0SCA1 IHEDSOH, frss'r
Batasi tlu|dtUIP«dav -:S
GRAND FOHS. N. DAM,
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