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WEDNESDAY, NAT IB, 1907.
Saturday, May 18 Frank Mahara's '••MI Operatic it Wltk Matinees Dally at 2:80.1 "Is Evenings from 7:S0 Continuous MONBAT, TUESDAY A WEDNESDAY The Great FROZO TRIO Presenting their screaming absurdity "THE DUDE DETECTIVE" FRANK HOLLIDAY Popular song illustrator, singing "I Wonder if You Miss Me." Latest and Best Moving Pictures ADMISSION, 10 CENTS. Thursday, Friday and Saturday THE IMPERIAL MINSTRELS QRPHEUM THEATRE O A MONDAY. TUESDAY ft WEDNESDAY 1. Overture. S. Motion Pictures. (a) The Master's Tea Service. (b) The Cow Boys' Camp. 1. The Horse Thieves. 2« Hooligans Attacking a Train. 3. Saved by His Horse. Two Minutes Intermission. 8. Pictured Melody. "When Bob White is Whistling in the Meadow," sung by Mr. Pres eott. 4. Motion Pictures. (a) Modern Burglars. (b) On the Stage, Five Minutes Intermission. Continuous Performance. Children 5c. Adults, 10c -AT THE- SAVOY WEEK OF MAY 12th 1. Overture. MOTION PICTURES (a). A Curious Discovery. (b). Old Country Lovers. (c). Sam© and Tlje Islanders in na tive customs. S. Chas. (. Harris, comedy sketch. 4. Pictured Melody. "Ain't you com* ing back to Old New Hampshire Molly. Sung by Mr. Prescott 4. Motion Pictures. A Tenlble Toothache. Retribution. (k) 5. Sid Baxter and Southwiek, the great Juggler on a tight wire. Pianist—C. B. Gillespie. Evenings 7:30—9:00 P. M. Admission, Adults 15c, Children 10c. Matinee Wednesday and Saturday 4:00 P. M. I OPPOSES IMMIGRATION. Antedated Preaa to The Breilu Time*. Atlanta, Ga.. May 15.—Resolutions vigorously condemning immigration were passed by the delegates to a state meeting of the Farmers' union in Atlanta today. The opposition of the farmers' organization is based on the statements that a majority of the European immigrants ar% undesirable citizens, and that a great influx of factory workmen would drive Amer ican laborers to the farms, thus in creasing the cotton crop to a point of overproduction and resulting in a lowering of the price. HEADQUARTERS Far Heater Glares, LIK •f« *.a T*. LeRoy Bland Mirth, Music, Melody, Sweet Slng ing, Splendid Costumes. Sahara's Challenge Band and Orchestra. Watch for Street Parade. Prices* 75, aid IB ceata. ul Bwlti neckwear, also Sprlas Draw Onto. •xpeiieBced DfeaaaMken ta CNMC tloa with the Store, MRS. A. T. STINSON. loath Third Street aad Brace Ave. Mrs. A. H. Spencer a of Ladies Clothes Jackets, Suits and all Binds of Dressmaking. Trl-State Phone 81»-M. 9S5.M.. N. W. Ill WALNUT STREET. •X- LAKE ME HUT PURSUED M» smu Jackson, Mich.,. May 15.—After two years of freedom, during which he tried to atone for past misdeeds by hard work and decent living, John AlllBon, member of the notorious Lake Shore gang, who was sentenced to seventeen years in prison for partici pation in the Richland, Mich., bank robbery and escaped .in 1904, is back in the Jackson penitentiary to serve out his remaining twelve years, un less he secures a parole or pardon because of his good record during the past two years of freedom. The Lake Shore gang spread terror through southern Michigan and north ern Ohio and Indiana in 1898 by their robberies. In 1899 Allison, with three other members of the gang. Peverett, Slater and Spellman, were captured and convicted of robbing the Richland, Mich., bank. Allison was given a sev enteen-year ..-sentence and, with the others, sent to the prison here. While repairs were being made in the insti tution they succeeded., in escaping. Allison made his way to Illinois, for sook his former ways, took a new name .and went to work as a mechan ic. He met Mrs. Wagner, a widow •with four children, fell in love with her. and married her without disclos ing his past life and the shadow which hung over him of the -possibility of being returned to prison. Months later, just before the birth of their baby, he told the story to his wife, who said that they would try to for get it. and live down the old life. However, just before last Christmas the mechanic at work in the plow works at Mollne, 111., was recognized as the escaped convict, Allison, and was arrested. He had been a good mechanic, faithful and well liked by his fellows. He was immediately re- Associated Frees to The Ernlig Times. Philadelphia, May 15.—Over 2,000 cotton manufacturers from the four corners of the earth as well as other men interested in the cotton, woolen and knit goods industries filled the ball room of the Bellevue-Stratford hotel at 10 o'clock this morning when the eleventh annual convention of the American Cotton Manufacturers' as sociation was called to order by Pres ident Arthur H. Lowe of Fitchburg, Mass. The* association is national in scope, numbering upwards of one thousand members. There was a large attendance at the opening, the south being especially well repre sented. Mayor Reyburn, speaking in behalf of the city of Philadelphia, extended a cordial greeting and Governor B. B. Comer of Alabama responded for the visitors. When these formalities had been concluded and the organization of the convention perfected the asso ciation took up the regular program of business. President Lowe delivered his an naul address. Other addresses were presented during the forenoon, as fol lows: "Immigration," Hon. E. J. Wat son, commissioner of immigration of South Carolina "Qualifications of the Model Textile Designer," Dr. E. W. France, director of the Philadelphia Textile school "Patents," George O. Draper, Hopedale, Mass. "Exports of MID DEATH DEUJH6 FATE turned to the prison here. Allison's fellow workmen in the plow works raised a modest purse for Mrs. Alli son, and she came to this city, where she might be near her husband and could work for his release. Twice a month, on the visiting days, she has a brief talk with him and he fondles his baby. Allison's blameless life after his es cape and his manifest effort to for sake entirely his former companions and habits, has aroused much sympa thy for him, and he seems to be in a fair way to secure the longed for pa role. Fortified by a long petition for his release, signed by his former as sociates in Moline, Allison will next week make formal application to the pardon board for clemency, and start the administrative wheels which he hopes will set him free again. Gov. F. M. Warner, who was impressed with Allison's apparently sincere ref ormation, has said that he believes he Bhould be given some relief from the long term of imprisonment which he faces. By working over time in the prison hammer shop Allison is able to earn from $10 to $20 per month, which is given to his wife for her support. TO "MATTRESS" THE BOTTOM OE MS SOURI TO CLEAR MISSISSIPPI CHAM Associated Press to The Times, St. Louis, May 15.—The revival of the agitation for the deepening of the Mdsei&sipi river between St. Louis and the gulf to an extent that will enable ocean steamships to touch St Louis and open this port to the commerce of the world has produced many ideas for excavating the channel and keep ing It excavated. Old rivermen, famil iar with the mighty Mississipi, and the boiling, churning, unstable yellow Mis souri river, declare the Missouri river furnishes more sand than any other stream in the United States. This declaration is ibased on the swiftness of the current and a comparitively narrow channel and tihe fact that the salt and sand poured into the Mississ ippi is a constant menace to naviga tion below the mouth of the latter, while above that point steamers ply comparatively free from the danger of grounding on suddenly formed and unchartered sand hanks. In digging a channel to deepen the Mississippi, according to the various opinions ot various champions of the project,, work should commence in the channel of the Missouri river, even as far as 200 miles albove St. Joseph. Mo. After NO EXCURSIONS TO N. D. A. C. THIS Railroads Have Decided to Cut Off Cheap Excursions of the Farmers. There will be no excursions to the North Dakota agricultural college this summer as has been the rule for the past decade. As a result of the anti-railroad leg islation last winter by the North Da kota legislature the railroads have decided to cut out all special rates and this hits the A. C. excursions. This information was secured from President Worst of the A. C. in a let ter from St. Paul to Dean Sheppard. Enroute to Europe President Worst stopped in St. Paul to investigate the situation and see if the excursions would be continued. He met with a flat refusal on the part of the roads. A singular fate has seemed to pur sue the Lake Shore gang since their conviction of the Richland bank rob bery. Peverett chopped oft his hand to avoid working at the Marquette prison and was sent to the asylum for criminal Insane at Ionia. He es caped last fall, but was rearrested in Garrett, Ind., only last week and re turned to the asylum. Slater was shot and killed a few months ago while committing a burglary in Ohio. Spellman has never been located since his escape. Ill SESSION IT PHILADELPHIA. PA Cotton Goods," Prof. J. W. Wilson, president of the Philadelphia museum "Concrete Construction for Cotton Mills," P. Austin Tomes, New York "Proper Tagging of Cotton," R. G. Hitt, Atlanta, Ga. "Imports and Ex ports of Cotton Manufacturers," J. W. Burke, New York "Oil Storage Prob lem," E. M. Savercool, New York. This afternoon was devoted by the members of the association to an in spection of the elaborate exhibition that is being held in the First Regi ment armory as a side feature of the convention. The exhibition is most comprehensive in its scope, including exhibits of the most improved cotton machinery in use in this country and abroad, together with elaborate dis plays of the finished product. Tomorrow morning there will be more papers, addresses and discus* sions dealing with questions of a tech nical nature, and in the evening the convention will conclude with .a ban quet for which the most elaborate preparations are being made. The scheduled speakers for the banquet include Hon. Leslie M. Shaw, former secretary of the treasury W. W. Fin ley, president of the Southern rail way E. W. Robertson, of Columbia, S. C. Governor B. B. Comer of Ala bama, Governor R. B. Glenn of North Carolina, Governor Edwin S. Stuart of Pennsylvania, and Congressman A. S. Burleson of Texas. actual cutting of the river bed has be gun not a days work should be done in the Mississippi until mattresses con structed of willows of lumber, have been placed on the bottom of the Mis souri clear to its confluence with the Mississippi. They declare that not only will this prevent the 'Mississippi from hereafter filling up with sand and salt from ithe Missouri, but that it will have the effect of keeping the Missouri from spreading and cutting new channels and the current will he held in a fixed channel' and the force of the water will keep the mattressed bed clean and unobstructed Men who "read water" say the riv er channel from Fort Benton and New Orleans fifty years ago, was deeper iby fifteen feet than it is today. And much of. the filling in is charged by them to the lack of navigation. When more boats plyed 'between the points named the declare, the churiing of "side wheelers" kept in motion the sand that was washed into the Miss issippi from other streams and it had no chance to accumulate in bars and soon harden until it must be entirely removed by swiftly moving flood wa ters to be again set in motion. It was explained to him that the ex cursions were not cut off through any antagonism to the college, but because of the general plan to make no ex cursion rates nor reductions in states where there had been rate legislation. The excursions were started ten years ago by the offer of Pres. J. J. Hill of the Great Northern, after an address to the farmers at the Trl State Grain Growers' convention in Fargo, to bring fifty farmers from each county to the A. C. After the first year's success with the excursions he decided to continue them free, which was done for a few years and later a nominal charge was made merely enough to cover the operating ex penses of the train. The Northern Pacific always charged a small sum for the same purpose. The excursions have served a great purpose in establishing better rela tions between the farmers of the state and the college and the members of the faculty. From 1,500 to 3,000 farm ers have annually visited the exper iment station and have gotten new ideas of how to work. Many became interested and sent their sons and daughters to the college and the plan has been the best advertisement pos sible for the college. Naturally there is great regret and disappointment at the A. C. over the failure to have the excursions con tinued. It had been hoped to get many of the new settlers from the western part of the state here this summer. Atrerttaeaeats nln alagle tasertlea less •Men. Both Phamea M. HELP WANTED WANTED—A PRINTER AT ONCE. Apply to Win S. Mitchell, Minto, N. WANTED—WASHWOMAN TO DO family washing at home. Telephone N. W. 1094. WANTED—A GOOD BAKER AT Ephrlam'i Bakery. WANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL house work. Inquire of Mrs. J. Shel ley, 327 North Fourth street, East Grand Forks, Minn. WANTED—GIRL FOR GENERAL housework, good WANTED—TENANT FOR SEVENTY Hundred teet of Storage space. Ad dress Box 239, Grand Forks. WANTED—WE HAVE AN BXPER1 Automobile repairman on the road. If in need of any wwk, 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 soon. Preparation free. Eranklln Institute, Rochester, N. T. CORPORATION OWNING AND OF- Box 2416, Boston. WANTED—TWO FIRST-CLASS PRIN ters at once, to take charge of two weekly newspapers. Married men gooze iV/4?2g-« WK'#v B8. GRAND FORKS. TBI EVENING THUS, GRAND FORKS, N. D. wages, call at room 114 Hotel Dacotab or telephone 38 N. W. phone. WANTED—COMPETENT DRAUGHTS man by Architect J. W. Rosa, Grand Forks. WANTED—YOUNG LADY WANTS position as stenographer. Has had experience. Address R. M. Evening Times. referred. Must be capable and not fighters. Address, L. W. N. D. Top notch wages. Fierson, Maxbass, SITUATIONS WANTED WANTED—YOUNG LAD? OF Ex perience desires place as bookkeeper or cashier. Address "C." Times office. 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 S40 a month. Address stenographer, 611 North Broadway, Crookston, Minn. WANTED—PLAIN SEWING, SHIRT waists by day or piece. Call Mrs. R., Trl-State Phone 510-M. ANY ONE WISHING FIRST-CLASS deesmaklng done by the day, call at 7 It North Fourth street N. W. pbone 1013L—Mrs. 8. H. Bennett. WANTED—SCRUBBING AND WASH ing done at offices and private houses by Mrs. Boobes. Phone 821 N. W. WANTED—SITUATION BY COM etent lady stenographer and book keeper at $35 a month. Address Box 686, Crookston, Minn. ROOMS TO LET 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 fo rllght housekeeping. Inquire 723 Second Ave. FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS Modern conveniences with or with out board Inquire at 400 North. Sixth Street FOR RENT—TWO NICELY FURN ished rooms, price 8.00 and $10.00 per month—close in—private family. Phone N. W. 849. FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT, all modern. From June 1st until Sept 1st. Very reasonable, 610 Bel mont avenue. ICE FOR MAPLE LAKE OR RIVER ICE Phone Vic Chaffee, 110 or 689M LOST AND FOUND. LOST—A PAIR AMETHYST ROSARY beads with gold cross finder please return to 224 Chestnut street. FORMER DAKOTAN WINS JUDICUL Judge Hunt of Helena, Form erly of Fargo, Will Go a Step Higher. Dispatches from Helena, Mont., state that there is a strong likelihood that Judge Hunt, now United States feder al judge ot Montana, with headquar ters at Helena, will be boosted a step higher up the judicial bench and be given an appointment to a vacancy on the United States circuit court of ap peals at San Francisco. Judge Hunt resided in Fargo during the early 80s, and was engaged in the practice of law. While at Fargo he was instrumental in getting out the first city directory. Attorney Hunt left Fargo, finally locating at Helena in his practice. Since that time his rise has been rapid. First he was elected to a place on the district court bench, then he was hoisted to the su preme court bench, from which place of honor he was transferred to the gubernatorial chair of Porto Rico dur ing the regime of President McKinley. At the expiration of the age limit of Judge Knowles, the U. S. Judge ot Montana, Governor Hunt was given his place, and now comes the an nouncement of a further advancement. FREE LABOR BUREAU. St Paul, Minn., May 15.—A state free employment bureau was opened in St. Paul today in charge of J. H. Wilson. Similar bureaus have also 'been established in 'Minneapolis and Duluth. Governor Johnson has also appointed two additional factory in spectors in furtherance of his plans for safeguarding the interests of the laboring men of the state. *7 1 f\? 4 A. «»a OMITS a Hae far each laaertti If eeats. Cash shaiiU aeeaapaay rat at tm Mlwi atast reach eClee before 1 o'clock p. FOR SALE FOR SALE—A SMALL TWO-ROOM house, nearly new, 1140, or will move to any part of town for 8155. S.. C. Whaling, 1301 International avenue. FOR SALE—COMBINATION DESK and Bookcase, Buffet, Heater, etc., at your own price, 508 Walnut street. FOR SALE—BED ROOM SUITE, heater, book case, buffet, etc. Good as new, 508 Walnut street. FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD FURNI ture. New Universal Range, Heater, Sideboard and Bed Room Suits— cheap. Call Afternoon's, 329 Euclid avenue. FOR SALE—ONE SHETLAND PON*, 8 years old, weight about 100 pounds, kind for children. She is broken to saddle and harness. Also one Shet land pony coming 2 years old, un broken. Inquire of J. D. Bacon, Grand Forks. N. D., or Henry Tabor, Grandin, N. D. FOR SALE—BEFORE PUTTING IN A fine line of cigars, I wish to dispose of my samples, consisting ot 3 sewing machines 1 large steel range 1 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—AN ESTABLISHED bakery at a bargain. For particulars address "C." care Evening Times. FOR SALE—WE HAVE A FEW GOOD second-hand buggies and harness for sale cheap. Bacon & Van Alstlne, FOR SALE—ONE DRIVING MARE, bright bay Hamlltonlan 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 compan^.^ Apply to T. DeStack, Wal- LAKESIDE LOTS—AT HIGHLAND Park, Lake Bemldji. *4 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, 890. Also two-horse 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 once. Morris Johnson 2li North Fifth street. FOR SALE—ONE *75.00 BROYS lft horsepower gasoline engine motion shooting gallery and cylinder piano. Inquire at 614 DeMers avenue. FOR SALE—LEWELLYN SETTER pups, five weeks old, inquire at 632 North 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—LOTS $28 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, quallfactlons, 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 should benefit you. Home Tea Co., roasters, Grand Forks, N. D. WANTED—TO FURNISH ESTIMATES on all kinds of building, Dlnnle Bros, office, 314 International avenue. STORAGE STORAGE—WE 8TORB EVRYTHING good care. Panovits, Corliss block. NOTICE OF SALE. County Commissioners Hay Sell Pro perty Under House Bill No. 214 (Moore) Session Laws of 1907. Under resolution of the board of county commissioners of Grand Forks county. North Dakota, notice is here by given that sealed bids will be re ceived at the office of the county audi tor of Grand Forks county, North Da kota, until 2 o'clock p. m. the 5th day of June, A. D. 1907, for the fol lowing real estate, viz Lot 1 to 24 inclusive of block 25, Villard's ad dition to Grand Forks city, North Da kota. Said property acquired by vir tuetof tax judgment sale of Oct. 23, A. D. 1905. Said sale to be subject to the approval of the board of county commissioners, the successful bidder it declared the purchaser, must be prepared to pay cash at the time of approval. The board of county commission ers reserves the right to reject any or all bids. —Hans Anderson. (Seal) County Auditor. Dated at Grand Forks, N. D., this 9th day of May. A. D. 1907. Notice to Contractors. Notice is hereby given that separate sealed bids will be received by the undersigned at their office at Uni versity, N. D. on June 4, 1907, at ten o'clock a. m., for the construction ot a library building, a gymnasium building, a school of mines building and for repairs on the ladies' dormi tory, known as "The Cottage," accord ing to plans and specification on file at the office of the undersigned, also at the builders' exchanges of Grana Forks, N. D. and St Paul, Minn. Plans and specifications for the li brary building and gymnasium build ing may also be seen at the office of Patton & Miller, architects, 140 Dear born street, Chicago, and the plans and specifications for the school ot mines building may be seen at the office of Joseph Bell DeRemer, archi tect, Grand Forks, N. D. A certified check for five per cent must occom pany all bids. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Board of trustees of the state uni versity and school ot mines of North Dakota. J. W. Wllkerson, secretary univer sity of North Dakota. 4'' f' S.i^Nr 'I '•S &?< ^.w ,'/\' f1(f%frVv 1 4 'V Dr. Engstad 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 ot women. Office, Bear* Block. Offloe 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 8urgeon. Offloe over 8tanch field Store. Phone 261. Dr. J. Grassick OFFICE NORTHWESTERN BUILD ing, corner DeMers Avenue and Fourth St DENTISTS Dr. Eckman DENTIST. BOTH PHONES 466-M. Grand Forks, North Dakota. Drs. Fletcher & Saunderson DENTIST. CLIFFORD ANNEX, Grand Forks, N. D. Successors to Dr. Robert S. Ramsey. 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 Pbonea 858. Grand Forks, N. D. S. G. Skulason ATTORNEY AT LAW. ST. JOHN'S Block, Third Floor. N. W. Phone 816L. Trl-State 816. Calder & 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. D. J. P. Read MUTUAL FIRE AND TORNADO Insurance. Rooms 5 and 6, Clifford Annex. Phone 7851* Grand Forks, N. D. ARCHITECTS. J. W. Ross ARCHITECT AND 8UPERINTEND ent of Construction. Offloe lft Third Street, Grand Forks, N. D. We 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. Suit* 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, SHADES Waterproof Coven for Harvesters Threshers aad Grata Stacks Corner DeMers and Fifth Both phones 151-L. firaad Forks, Nsrth Dakota TAILORS. latest Styles oa land Perfcct Fits'Garaaterf Paulson Bros. Merchant Tailors 115 Soath Third St 6KARD TOUS. N. D. MANSFIELD TO EUROPE. Associated Preaw to The Evealng Ttaes New York, May 15.—Richard Mans field, who has been ill for some time, will sail tomorrow for Europe in the hope of recovering his health. The famous actor will be accompanied by his wife and son. They will go to London for a short stay and will then tour the continent. Dr. Floyd Cran dall. Mr. Mansfield's physician, has strongly advised the actor to cancel his engagements for next season and take a complete rest That Mansfield does not intend to accept this advice is evidenced by the fact thait he has already given Ben D. Stevens a check in full for next year's salary in order to retain his services as manager. h} CLASSIFIED ADS CLASSIFIED ADS PHYSICIANS IS SURGEONS. Max Rabinovich *v,* $ PAOX SEVEN F. 0. Paulsness PLUMBING, STEAM AMD Water Fitting. Pomps aad mills. Sewer and Waterworks tractor. Lead aad Iron Ftp* Fittings. Brass Goods, Sewer Hose, Etc. Graai Ferks, H, McDonald & Ashley FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND B8C BALMERS—North Dakota and nesota licenses. Call answered night and day. Both phones 2L. 508 D» Mers avenue. Logan Cafe WE SERVE REVERE The Best In the World. S19 Ave., Grand Forks, N. D. MONET TO LOAN ON ALL AMTI cles of valus. 12» DeMers Amu, Phone 764-R. 0. Young WHOLESALE FURNITURE, RAM OS, Carpets, Sewing and Office Furniture, ni.iw.iif South Third St, Grand Fork*, N. •. J. A. Evans TEACHER OF PURE ITALIAN Method of Voles Culture. Polls will be received on Tuesday ings 9 a. m. to 12 aad every day evening. Room 62 Set Building. Phone Getts' MANUFACTURERS. Guarantee Stock Food Go. Incorporated. Capital Stack HMNi Manufacturers of Stock Jtood, Poul try Food, Worm Powder, Lloe mar, Heave Cure, Pink Eye Remedy, Fever Cure, Colic Cure, Gall Curs, IM Remedy and White Liniment, fiml Forks, N. D. The M. H, Redfclc Hide & Fur Col Northwestern Dealers Fine Northern Fan, Hides, FtMh Wool, Tallew, Hosts, M* Largest and Oldest Hide aad Fa House in the State. GRAND FORKS, N. BAX MISS DELA ODEGARD East Grand Forks, MI«I, Phone 755L 60S DeMers Ave. Manufacturer ot high grade slsns such as Grand Forks, EAGLES, Globe sai lhs A. 0. P. W. TO THOSE WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: Everyone who owns a and reports their name at Getts* house will hear of something ts advantage. B. WOODLEY Wholesale aad Retail HARNESS, WHIPS AND BAnm.—r SUPPLIES. The largest aad most complete staek of hand made haraeea in the two elttes. Manufactured of Lappe and Sons pars oak leather. A nice line of Rldlna Saddles 600 pairs of l-A Horse Huft' «u*v iuu IIU« OK and surrey harness a nlee Una oC whips and summer goods at a Bis Se duction. Call and look them over. Teleshoae 11SS. AL COONS, Kaat Gramt Forks, UNDERWOOD STANDARD Visible Typewriters The people of the world ajree that the— PIONEER VISIBLE (Tabulator) Writing Machine Has","revolutionized the World's Typewriter Construction.'j JJMH UHfOOD TyPHWUIEmr GRAND FORKS, N. D. GASH For all Kinds of Junk, Con sisting of Old Rubbers, Rags, Copper, Brsss and Scrap Iron. Sptcial Pries for Scrap Iron ia Carload Lets M. FISHMAN If, V. rhsas 8174, Columbia Hotel AND RESTAURANT IbtiinliiehNkmvUb a walttna fat yen betas Open Day and Nitfht 0SCA1 KHPDSOH, fwp'» Bataw Stand lUI pwiw GRAND FORKS, N. DAK. ,M.