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TUESDAY, MAY 7,1907.
MWnees Dally at J: 80. Evenings from 7:80 Continuous MONDAY, TUESDAY WEDNESDAY Those Funny People, WALTER LEVINA L\^_ and -V' MISS LEONE MILBOURNE, In their original comedy sketch "THE SILLY KIP AND THE MAID" The Latest and Best Motion Pic* tales. S a id a The Popular Song Illustrator Sing ing "The Town at the End "^r of the Line." Entire Change of Program" Thursday ADMISSION 10 CENTS v' Next Sunday Evening, May 12, at 8il5 Grand Testimonial Benefit to Mr. Frank Holliday. A HOST OF VOLUNTEERS. Artists from all the theatres trill Participate. TICKETS 25 (DENTS. AMUSEMENTS A Cowboy's Girl. A wave of popularity for things western seems to have struck the en tire country. Even our greatest the atrical managers, the arbiters of our pleasures, have taken up the fad. "Arizona," "The Squaw Man" and "The Girl of the Golden West" are proofs positive of their good Judg ment The latest of this style of popj ular plays1 is entitled "A Cowboy's Girl" and will be presented here. Mr. Perce R. Benton, the well known pro moter of things theatrical has sur rounded "The Cowiboy's Girl" with adequate equipment with the happy result of telling in the most enter taining way a new and beautiful story of the plains. A Cowboy's Girl will be the offer ing at the Metropolitan on Saturday for two performances. A Yankee Tourist. Helen Hale, who plays the part of' Blanche Bailey in "A Yankee Tour 1st," Is a graduate of Wellesly college and during her school days was known among her classmates as a writer of much ability. DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY. AhmIiM Preaa 1m The Drolic TUm. Baton Rouge, La., May 7.—A hearty welcome was given the members of the Louisiana division of the Daugh ters of the Confederacy, who assem bled in Baton Rouge today for their annual convention. During the morn ing delegates arrived from the local chapters throughout the state. The formal opening takes place late this afternoon when the visitors will as semble in Garlg hall to listen to ad dresses of welcome from Governor Blanchard, Mayor Bynum and others. At this session Mrs. D. A. S. Vaught of New Orleans, the state president, will deliver her annual address. To night the visitors are to be received at the executive mansion by Governor and Mrs. Blanchard. The business sessions are to begin tomorrow morn ing and will continue until Friday. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Fkh Associated to The Bntlic Times. Nashville, Tenn., May 7.—The an nual convention of the Tennessee Funeral Directors and Bmbalmers' association is in session here with members present from many parts of the state. President J. R. Spicer, of Paris, Tenn., called the gathering to order this morning and Mayor Morris welcomed the visitors. Addresses, papers and practical demonstrations in embalming will occupy the three days the convention will be in ses sion. QRPHEUM THEATRE O A MONDAY, TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Overture Miss Lulu Ripson. THE CAMERAGRAPH LIFE MOTION PICTURES. 1. Catch of the Season. 2. Quarter Day Conjuring. 8. From Dunk to Repentence. EVAN D. EVANS, "Good Old U. S. A." THE GORDTNIERS In Their Comedy Apt "In a Tight Place." THE CAMERAGRAPH. "The Bandit King." The Feature Picture and up-to-date to the minute. Entire change of program twice a week. Matlneefl at 4 p. m. Evenings 7:80 and 9 Price of evening admission 15c. Matinees 10c, children 5c. -AT THE- SAVOY WEEK OF MAY 6th HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE. THE LEAVEYS, Ed, Maggie and Little Mantine in their comedy: "Getting a Divorce." MOTIONPfOTURES The Golden Beetle. (Y) Fishing Industries. (c) Looking For a Lodging. (d) Fathers Mother Wants You. (e) How the World Lives. Evenings 7:80—9:00 P. M. Admission, Adults 16c, Children 10c. Reserved seats 25c. Matinee Wednesday and Saturday 4:00 P. M. Every ticket this week entitles you to draw for a gold watoh. Conditions Under Which Em ployes of XJ. S. on Panama Canal Shall Work. Wi FREE HOMES FOR MARRIED WORKERS Leave With Full Pay When Sick and Free Care By Physicians. Associated Preaa to The Evening Tinea. Washington, May 7.—A far-reach ing decision by Secretary Taft af fecting rates of pay, hours of labor, etc.. on the isthmus of Panama fol lowing his recent personal investiga tion of the various complaints received here from time to time, has just been made public at the white house after President Roosevelt had given his ap proval to the secretary's recommenda tions. The decision applies to three classes of canal employes, first steam shovel men, embracing engineers, cranemen and firemen second, con struction locomotive engineers, and third, construction train conductors. Much attention is then given to the question of wages to the steam shovel men who on March .1, last applied for Increases. Taking figures officially submitted, an average of wages paid by eighty firms throughout the United States would be $102 for cranesmen, and for engineers $152. Secretary Taft says: "After giving the matter the con sideration which its importance de serves, and after weighing the com parative advantages which the isth mian shovel men enjoy over their brothers in the states, with the dis advantages which they have to bear in going to and living on the Isthmus, I have reached the conclusion that the existing standard of pay for the shovel engineers and a foriori for the cranes^ men is a liberal one, and ought not to be increased except under some provision of reasonable Increase ap plicable to all veteran skilled employ es of the commission who are paid by class rates. As already seen, the rates paid to the isthmian shovel engineers are certainly from 25 to 35 per cent higher than the average of those paid In the states and this by no means states all the difference In favor of the isthmian terms of employment. "A steam shovel man on the isthmus can count on twelve months constant employment in a year, and steam •shovel men in the United States can not expect to be employed more than nine months in the year. This arises from the Interference with contract work in the United States by winter conditions, and also by the necessary intervals arising between change of contracts. Mr. Stevens' estimate is that every steam shovel man in the state should count on a loss of four months instead of three in each year. However, for the purpose of the argu ment we can leave it at nine months. The rate of pay for steam shovel en gineers in Alaska, as before stated, is said to be $300 a month, but we are not advised as to the circumstances surrounding this employment except that we can reasonably presume that tiie working year there would hardly exceed six or seven months. "Second, every shovel man on the isthmus is entitled to six weeks leave with pay as a vacation, so that he re ceives twelve months pay for 10 1-2 months work. "Third, steam shovel men on the isthmus work but eight hours a day, whereas many, though not all, of the steam shovel men in the United States work for ten hours a day. Fourth, every employe of the isth mus is permitted, if he falls sick, to enjoy twenty days sick leave, with pay. "Fifth, in addition to the sick leave above mentioned, If the employe re ceives an injury during his work he is entitled to an additional thirty days sick leave. "Sixth, every married man is en titled to be furnished quarters^ for himself and family free, with modern plumbing conveniences, water, fuel and light1 free and a commissary which aims to sell all necessaries at cost to commission employes. The married quarters are, generally in sep arate houses. Every batchelor is en titled to his furnished room free, to gether with light, and board at a reasonable rate at a mess house or hotel. The cost of food and neces saries is about what it is in eastern cities, or slightly higher. "Seventh, every employe is entitled to free medical attendance and hospi tal service. The medical visits of the commission physician, after the first, have involved a charge of one dollar each, but Col. Goethals advises me that this is to be dispensed with. "It may be admitted that service on the isthmus is attended with greater discomfort and greater risk of illness than that In the states, due to the climatic conditions and that the dis tance from home, the difficulty of se curing usual and rational amusements and the'naturally depressing effect of continued high temperature makes the service on the isthmus less desir able than that in 'the United States. But it is to be remarked that the original conditions of unhealthfulness which existed when the original rate for shovel men was" fixed in 1904 have been greatly 'bettered, that the yellow fever has been stamped out, that the rate of death and sickness among Americans Is exceedingly low. and that life on the isthmus is becoming more and more like that in the United States and this Improvement Is cer tain to continue. The opportunity to visit the United States each year, If improved, Is a great aid in maintain ing health. It has 'been urged that service on the Isthmus so undermines tlio health of the steam shovel man that he Is utterly unfitted for work in the United States when he returns. I cannot agree with this view. The health statistics and the general con dition of the Americans on the Isthmus refute the claim." The man who harps about this be ing a free country, either has done, or is contemplating something disa greeable. 'M •m Greatest Channel of Internal Traffic in U. S. Restored to J|||g||Action Again. FIRST BOATS OUT CAUGHT IN ICE Huge Ice Floes Still Coming Down the Lakes—Many New Vessels to Ply. Associated Preaa to The Evening Tlmea. Buffalo, N. Y., May 7.—The opening of the navigation of the greatest chan nels of internal traffic in the United States, if not in the entire world ex tending from the Atlantic seaboard to the remotest points of the northwest, by way of the Erie canal from New York to Buffalo, through the chain of great lakes from Buffalo to Superior, Duluth and many intermediate points, and thence westward over innumer able railway routes. Thus each year, from the breaking of the Ice in the spring, to the freezing days of Nov ember. this link in a vast system of exchange farthest east to the farthest west,, and then back again with western grain and other products —is re-established with Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, Milwaukee and in numerable other points contributing as "feeders." The opening of navigation this year has been later than usual. The first two vessels to attempt the heavy ice flows on Lake Erie were caught in the ice jams and were unable to pro ceed up the lake or return to port. It was well on toward the middle of April before the fleet got into clear waiter. The ice is still coming down the lake in huge floes, but there is sufficient clear water to permit vessels to make the trip up the lake without serious delay. The grain fleets are already on their way from Duluth and Superior to the east, while the great ore car riers of the United States steel cor poration have started for the upper lakes and the copper carriers were able on April 28, to break through the ice in the Portage harbors of the Cal umet and Hecla and other copper regions. Reports from the head of Lake Superior show unprecedented activity with hundreds of vessels wait ing to discharge eastern freight and load western products, the discharge in one day, April 30, at Superior, Wis., reaching the record total of 150,000 tons of eastern freight bound for the west. The same reports came from Duluth, Ontanagon, Marquette. Sault Ste. Marie and other points. Thus the entire channel of traffic, from east to west by way of the great lakes is again in full operation, with indica tions of an unprecedented business year. The grain situation here is some what better than shippers expected to find it at the opening of navigation, but it is feared the immense cargoes of wheat, corn, oats and other grains already afloat and 'bound for this port and destined for Europe, will cause another blockade this season. The inability of shippers to get cars to handle the grain out of the eleva tors caused many of the heavy losses in the past they were unable to meet engagements at tide-water, and ocean going vessels left for European ports with sand in their holds for ballast in place of grain. The opening of the Erie canal relieved the situation some what, over half a million bushels of grain starting for tide-water on the day the great state waterway was thrown open for navigations. FIREMETHOLD THEIR TOUBNEY Indian Territory Fourteenth Annual Convention Begins" at Ardmore Today. Aaaoelated Preaa to The Evealni Tlmea. Ardmore, I. T., May 7.—Today ushered in one of the biggest firemen's celebrations ever held in the south west, and if the weather is good dur ing the next three days Admore, no douibt, will entertain the largest crowd in her history. Firemen from all parts of the two territories, many of the delegations being accompanied by bands, poured into the city during the early morning hours. The occasion of the gathering is the fourteenth annual convention and tournament of the Oklahoma and In dian Territory Firemen's association. The officers in charge are president, Mark A. Kessler, of Oklahoma City secretary, J. Bart Foster, Chandler, I. T. treasurer, L. C. Slaughter, Ard more, I. T. The decorations in honor of the visitors are unusually fine, and in clude public, private and business buildings. At 10 o'clock this morn ing the delegates assembled in the city hall and were welcomed by May or R. W. Dick and President Lee Cruce of the commercial club. These formalities concluded, the convention took up the discussion of numerous topics relating to the business of fire fighting. The races and other prjze competitions will be pulled off to morrow and Thursday. MISSISSIPPI BAR MEETING. Vlcksburg, Miss.. May 7.—The lead ers of the bench and bar of Missis sippi were assembled in Vicksburg this morning at the opening of the annual meeting of the Mississippi Bar association. President Murray F. Smith of this city presided over the initial session, which was devoted to welcome addresses and responses, the appointment of committees and other preliminary business. The con vention will be In session three days, during which time there will be ad dresses by several noted jurists as well as discussions on numerous legal topics. The annual banquet is to take place tomorrow evening. X1 ffpl RESUMED ON GREAT LAKES EVENING l, GRAND FORKS, N. D. WANTED—GIRIj FOR GENERAL housework, good wages. Call at room 114 Hotel Dacotan or telephone 38 N. W. phone. WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL housework at 215 Chestnut street. WANTED—COMPETENT DRAUGHTS raan by Architect J. W. Ross, Grand Forks. WANTED—GOOD GIRL FOR GEN eral housework, 312 North Fourth, Mrs. Van Alstine. WANTED—TOUNG LADY WANTS position as stenographer. Has had experience. Address R. M. Evening Times. WANTED—TENANT FOR SEVENTY Ilundred feet of Storage space. Ad dress Box 239, Grand Forks. WANTED—WE HAVE AN EXPERi Automobile repairman on the road. If In need of any work, drop ua a card and he will call on you. Bot tineau Automobile company, Bot tineau, N. D. WANTED—RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS, t800 yearly. Examination soon. 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 241C, Boston. SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED—YOUNG LADY WANTS Po sition as stenographer. Prefers real estate office work. Address M. V. Evening Times. WANTED—SITUATION BY THOR oughly competent young lay stenog rapher and bookkeeper at 140 a month. Address stenographer, 611 North Broadway, Crookston, Minn. WANTED—PLAIN .SEWING, SHIRT waists by. day or piece. Call Mrs. R., Tri-State Phone 610-M. ANY ONE WISHING FIRST-CLASS dessmaking 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. Boobes. Phone 821 N. W. WANTED—SITUATION BY COM petent lady stenographer and book keeper at $35 a month. Address Box 685, Crookston, Minn. ROOMS TO LET FURNISHED ROOM TO RENT, 1310 University avenue. FOR RENT—FURNISHED ROOMS for light housekeeping at 207 North Third street, upstairs. ROOM AND BOARD FOR DESIR able persons at 312 North Fourth. 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 723 Second Ave. FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS Modern conveniences with or with out board Inquire at 400 North Sixth 8treet. FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT, all modern. From June 1st until Sept 1st. Very reasonable, 610 Bel mont avenue. ICE COR MAPLE LAKE OR RIVER ICE Phone Vlo Chaffee, 110 or 689M TEXAS CHIEFS OF POLICE. Aaaoelated Preaa to The Evening Tlmea. Fort Worth, Texas, May 7.—Fort Worth is entertaining the annual con vention of the City Marshals and Chiefs of Police association of Texas, which assembled today for a three days' session. Dallas, Houston, Gal veston, Brownwood, Austin and nu merous other cities of the state are represented at the meeting. Notice of Special Internal Reveane Tax Receipt nnd License. Notice is hereby given that on the 17th day of September, A. D. 1906, there was issued to C. C. Hawley of the city of Larimore, North Dakota, United States Special Tax Stamp for t?ernal revenue No. 14609 for special tax on the business of retail dealer in malt liquors, at lots 19 and 20, block 92 of Larimore, North Dakota, which tax is posted on the south wall in the main room of the building situated on lot 20 of block 92 of the city of Larimore, North Dakota. That Julia Prevost is the owner of said building and the un dersigned C. C. Hawley is the leasee thereof. Dated May 6th, A. D. 1907. C. C. HAWLEY. May 7-14-21-28 State of North Dakota, in County Court, ss. County of Grand Forks. In the matter of the estate of Julia Burnett, deceased. On reading and filing the petition of L. F. Drake, execute^, setting forth the amount of personal estate that has come to his hands, and the disposition thereof, and a description of all the real estate of which said deceased died seized, and the condition and value of the respective portions thereof and praying that license be to him granted to sell lota three (3) and four (4), of 'block sixteen (16), of Holes' Central addition to Grand Forks, N. D. And it appearing, by said petition, that it is for the best interests of said estate to sell the above described real estate. It is therefore ordered, that all per sons interested in said estate, ap pear before the judge of this court, on Saturday, the ith day of May, A. D. 1907, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the Court House in the City and County of Grand Forks, then and thereto show cause, If any there be, why license should not be granted to said execu tor to sell said real estate according to the prayer of said' petition. And it is further ordered, that a copy of this order shall be' published for four successive weeks prior to the day of hearing in the Evening Times, a daily newspaper printed and pub lished at Grand Forks, In said County, and personally served on all persons interested In said estate, residing in said County, at least tea days before said day of hearing, and upon all other persons interested, according to law. Dated at Grand Forks the 2nd day of April, 1907. By the Court, L. K. HASSELL, (Seal.) Judge of County Court. 'lit 4 Advertise strata nin tUi klllM JHVS CBHTS line for each Wo single liMiiloa loaa than SB mti. Cish ahowM accvavsiy §§t of ttm Both PhoBM ftkv All orin. moat reachfetor" SeVloek HELP WANTED WANTED—A GOOD BAKER AT Ephrlam's Bakery. WANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL house work. Inquire of Mrs. J. Shel ley, 327 North Fourth street, East Grand Forks, Minn. FOR SALE FOR SALE—BED ROOM SUITE, heater, book case, buffet, etc. Good as new, 508 Walnut street. FOR SALE OR RENT—MOONEY RESI dence, Riverside Park. Call on Stephen Collins. FOR SALE—BEFORE PUTTING IN A line line of cigars, I wish to dispose of my samples, consisting of 3 sewing machines 1 large steel range heavy double harness some table cutlery 1 wash machine. Very cheap for cash. Call and see me, J. C. White, 21 South Fourth street. FOR SALE—RAMBLER BICYCLE good condition, 1904 model, cheap, 406 Chesnut street. FOR SALE—WE HAVE A FEW GOOD second-hand buggies and harness for sale cheap. Bacon & Van Alstine. FOR SALE—ONE DRIVING MARE, bright bay Hamiltonlan one rubber tired Stanhope. Inquire of Mrs. E. S. Carle, Ardoch, N. D. FOR SALE—GOOD ESTABLISHED Furniture and Undertaking business, known as the Walhalla Furniture company. Apply to T. DeStack, Wal- LAKESIDE LOTS—AT HIGHLAND Park, Lake Bemidjl. 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, 190. Also two-horse express delivery wagon, 1120. 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 it tak en* at once. Morris Johnson 21i North Fifth street. FOR SALE—FIVE-FOOT ROLL TOP desk (almost new). H. W. Green wood, P. O. Box 103. FOR SALE—ONE (75.00 BROYS 1H horsepower gasoline engine motion shooting gallery and cylinder piano. Inquire at 614 DeMera avenue. FOR SALE—LEWELLYN SETTER pups, Ave weeks old, inquire at 632 North Fourth street. FOR SALE—BRAND NEW OLIVER typewriter cheap. Inquire at the Times office or Phone 1041 M. WANTED—EVERYBODY TO LIST their property with Grand Forks Realty Co. Quick sales. FOR SALE—LOTS $25 TO (3.000. W. H. Kelsey, 20 North Fourth street. MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT—SEVEN THOUSAND feet Storage space, cheap. Address Box 239, Grand Forks, N. D. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY—A GOOD opening for a capable business man to take charge of the office of a well established and prosperous business in Grand Forks. Will pre fer one able to Invest from two to five thousand dollars. A good sal ary and share of profits give age, experience, qualifactions, references. Address, P. O. Box, 29. 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, Postofflce box 204, city. TO LEASE—ONE YEAR, WITH PRIVI lege of 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 WRITE for sample and price on our special Hotel Blend Coffee. This snould benefit you. Home Tea Co., roasters, Grand Forks, N. D. WANTED—TO FURNISH ESTIMATES on all kinds of building, Dlnnie Bros, office, 314 Internatlonu avenue. STORAGE STORAGE—WE STORE EVRYTHING good care. Panovlts, Corliss block. LOST AND FOUND. LOST—RED COLORED ELK TOOTH. 15.00 reward. Return to Hotel Da cotah, F. T. McRea. What has become of the old fash ioned woman who used to wipe her nose on her apron. State of North Dakota, County of Grand Forks, ss. In County Court In the matter of the estate of John Pasco, deceased. Notice is hereby given by Eli Price, administrator of the estate of John Pasco, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the said administrator at Grand Forks, N. D. within six months after the first pub lication of this notice. Dated the 6th day of April, A. D., 1907. ELI PRICE, ttamnuynn 'am It Dr. Engstad ml Administrator. Date of first publication, 8th of April, A. D., 1907. Mrs. A. H. Spencer Malcer of Ladies Clothes Jackets, Suits and all Kinds of Dressmaking. Tri-State Phone 819—IL 935.M.. N. W. 11 WALNUT STREET. PHONE RICE'S 602-L For Hacks, Drays, Day or Night We Meet All Trains. Office, 415 DeMers Avenue. W. F. KIRK, Prop. HEADQUARTERS ai« BnM For Blaster Gloves, Laee Neckwear, also intai Dreaa Qioto. Experienced DrcHBikcn la ttoa with the Stare. c«ue«- MRS. A. T. STINSON. •eatfc Third Street aad Brace Dr. J. Grassick AT*. Si CLASSIFIED ADS PHYSICIANS ft 8URGE0NS. 18 S. THIRD STREET, GRAND Forks, North Dakota. Dr. H. O'Keefe OFFICE UNION NATIONAL BANK Building. Both phones 870. 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. John Fawcett M. A., M. D. DISEASES OF WOM en and General Surgeon. Office over Stanchfield Store. Phone 261. OFFICE NORTHWESTERN BUILD ing, corner DeMera 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. 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 Phones 868. Grand Forks, N. D. S. G. Skulason ATTORNEY AT LAW. ST. JOHN'S Block, Third Floor. N. W. Phone 815L. Tri-State 816. Galder & Germain ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ST JOHN'S block, Grand Forks." N.W. 659, Tri State 761. INSURANCE Holmes & Liedman FIRE, TORNADO AND PLATE Glass Insurance, Rents, Real Estate and Surety Bonds. Clifford block, Grand Forks, N. U. J. P. Read MUTUAL FIRE AND TORNADO Insurance. Rooms 6 and 6, Clifford Annex. Phone 736L. Grand Forks, N. D. ARCHITECTS. J. We Ross ARCHITECT AND SUFERINTHND ent of Construction. Office IK Third Street, Grand Forks, N. D. W. J. Edwards ARCHITECT. NORTHWESTERN Building, Grand Forks. Northwest ern Phone 466L. OSTEOPATHY Dr. Orr Sanders Dr. Hay E. Sanders CHRONIC AND ACUTE DISEASES Successfully Treated. Treatment at home if desired. Suite 66, Security Block. Both Phonea 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, SHADES Waterproof Covers tor Harvesters Threshers and Grala Stacks Corner DeMers sad Fifth Both phones 151-L. Urasd Forks, North Dakota TAILORS. Latest Styles ea Hsai ferfect Rtil6arutit4 Paulson Bros. Merchant Tailors US Sort Third St 61AND TO1IS, H. D. WOTICH TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed bids will be received at the office of D. P. Bangs, superintendent ot the school for the deaf at Devils Lake. N- D. up to nine o'clock a. m. of Fri day, May 10, 1907,. for malclng certain changes and additions to the School for the Deaf and the erection of a new barn, and remodeling the steam plant and putting in a vacuum system. Plans and .specifications can be seen at Devils Lake, at the Builders' Ex change at Grand Forks, and at the office of the architects at Fargo, N. D. Bach bid for the building Is to be accompanied with a certified check for fl.000 and a check for $600 with the Z7\ wawvsfc ivr fUW wiifl IUQ bids on steam heating and plumbing made payable to C. M. Fisher, treas iirer. The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. By order of the board. D. F. BANQ8, Superindent HANCOCK BR09., Architects. PAGE SEVEN Pe 0. Paulsness PLUMBING, STEAM AND Water Fitting. Pomps sad .. mills. Sewer and Waterworks tractor. Lead and Iron Pips Fittings. Brass Goods, Sewer cles of value. Mm Hose, Etc. Grand Forks, N. McDonald & Ashley FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND BALMERS—North Dakota and Min nesota licenses. Call answered night and day. Both phones 2L. 502 De Mers avenue. Logan Cafe WE SERVE REVERB COIT1W The Best In the World. S19 DeMers Ave., Grand Forks, N. D. Max Rabinovich ,V MONET TO LOAN ON ALL AKTI- 129 Phone 764-R. 0. Young WHOLESALE FURNITURE, P1AM os, Carpets, Sewing Machines, and Office Furniture. 126-127-1M South Third St, Grand Forks, Je A* Evans MANUFACTURERS. Guarantee Stock Food Go. Incorporated. Capital Stock HMM, Manufacturers of Stock Food, ffeal try Food, Worm Powder, Lice Klllar, Heave Cure, Pink Eye Remedy, Few Cure, Colic Cure, Gall Ours, 1M Remedy and White Fine Northern Fan, Hides, Filk Wool, Tallow, Roots, Its. Largest and Oldest Hide and Fa House in the State. OBAND FORKS, 1 1 N. DAK. MISS DELA ODEOARD East Grand Forks, Mmi Phone 765L 603 DeMers Ave. Manufacturer of high grads dgara such as Grand Forks, EAOLES, Glebe sal Iks TO THOSE WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: Everyone who owns a phonograph and reports their name at Gotta' mats house will hear of something to 'H* advantage. J. B. WOODLET Wholesale and Retail HARNESS, WHIPS AND HABBl.ll SUPPLIES. mo,t Telephone HOB. I DeMera Aveaas. N. B. TEACHER OF PURE ITALIAN Method of Voice Culture. Pspfli will be received on Tuesday msn* lngs 9 a. m. to 12 and every week day evening. Room 62 Seearttf Building'. Phone Getts' 5 T.»Tmfnt. Forks, N. D. (foul The M. H. Redfck Hide & Fur Goi Northwestern Dealers la 1 "4 'I \il complete stoek ?r made harness in the two irlHsa Manufactured of Lappe and Bona pwo oak leather. A nice line of Rldlna Saddles 600 pairs of S-A Hone BIuS ets to select trt— Sole agents for Horse Collars from at Jobbers' prloea. For the celebrated Wyetfc —v also a full line of saftlr and surrey harness a nice Un. of whips and summer goods at a Bla Re duction. Call and look them over. AL COONS, Xaaagar, Raat Graad Pnta, INK-OVT (A UQUIX) Nature's Ink Eradicator and StainiR/ifover mtesa Stains White ^Handa. 'w^Iron -vJ», to. Berry Ths Adner Laboratory Co. Pa., U. S. A. Grand Forks Office Appliance Go. Clifford Bulldlntf. N. W. 983-M. Trl-0tate 2M-B. GASH For all Kinds of Junk, Con* slsting of Old Bnbbers, Bags, Copper, Brass and Scrap Iron. Special Pries (or Scrap Iron is Csrlosi lets M. FISHMAN H. V, hau II74 Columbia Hotel AND RESTAURANT Miwlwhaha* Open Day and Nlrfht 08CA1 mtDSOH, Prep-f •atMllaaaiLVMrJw GRAND FORKS, N. DAK. aiLOasst f! lilt?!