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IMP AY, 'ITH 17, 1907.
MATINEE AND NIGHT Saturday, Hay 18 Frank Mahara's haon Optntig LeRoy Bland Mirth, Muitc, Melody,.Sweet '.Sing ing, Splendid Costume*.. Ifahara's Challenge Band and Orchestra. Watch for Street Parade. PUCES«Nl4ht» 70c. 00c and 20c Matinee, 10c and 20e Matinees Daily at 8:80. Byenlngs from 7:80 Continuous THUR8DAY, FRIDAY SATURDAY Big Children's Candy Matinee Satnr day at 2:80. The Imperial Minstrels "Goodbye, Sweetheart, Goodbye" Mr. Bennette. Stories and song "Lucky Jim".... Mr. Emmett. "Little Girl You've Caught My Eye" Master Russell. Vocal Solo Mr. Holliday Comic Finale—"Arrah Wanna".... Mr. Frozo and Company. LATEST MOTION PICTURES FRANK HOLLIDAY Song illustrator singing, "I Want to Be an Uncle Sammy Boy." Next Week NELSON ts NELSON. Musical Eccentrics. -AT THE- SAVOY WEEK OF MAY 12th 1. Overture. & Motion Picture. (a) Paper Factory. (b) The Clever Thief. (c) The Man Monkey. 3. Charles Harris— Lamp Posit Inspector and (by request) "Dear Old Girl." 4. Picture Melody. Arrah Wanna— Sung by Mr. Prescott. 5. Motion Picture. (a) Loves SUemnoneler. The Witch. 9. Sid Baxter and Southwlck— Sensational Wire Jugglers. Pianist—C. B. Gillespie. Evenings 7:30—9:00 P. M. Admission, Adults 15c, Children 10c. Matinee Wednesday and 4:00 P.<p></p>QBPHEUM M. THE HOPE li 'MMtotrf riM wfao Saturday THEATRE O A 1. Overture— By Mr. Gillespie. Motion Picture. (a) Mr. Jenkins Washes Up. (h) All for a Necklace* (c) The Parte Keeper. 8. Picture Melody— When You Know Your Not Forgotten By the Girl You Can't Forget 4. Clowns and the Statue. Distress. (a) Misery, (b) The Theft, (c) The Arrest (d) The Escape, (e) The, Good Father, (f) Kind Hearts, (g) Anniversary. Five Minutes Intermission. Continuous Performance. Children Sc. Adults, 10c "W CG Sanitary NnaUsj Steam and Hot Water Beatlnf Ventilation and Gaa Fitting. Both Phones I04S-L. E. Norquist, Mngr. The average man's Idea of art Is a picture that isn't pretty, and costs more than an automobile. Times wants will supply your wants. Sirs. A. H. Spencer a Ladies Clothes Jackets, Suits and all Kinds of Dressmaking. Trl-State Phene 81t—M. •8ML.N.W. Ill WALNUT STREET. Cakto to n* London, May 17.—With their huge majority the liberals, it is confidently predicted, will be able to pass* the Iniih^ bill through the house of com roons. but not without strenuous op position from those anti-home rulers see in the measure a step toward an Irish parliament with an Irish ex ecutive. which Is the ultimate hope of Ireland. But whether the liberal gov ernment can carry the measure through the house of lords is not so clear, for the upper house is strongly opposed to the present Campbell Bannerman administration. More over, it is one of ..the proudest memo ries of the peers that in the great home rule battle over the Gladstone 'bill the upper house finally triumphed over the commons, thus defeating home rule at a moment when it was almost within reach. However, sen timent has changed since then, and the British public has now grown so weary of the everlasting Irish ques tion that it 1B quite ready to have the peers grant some measure of relief. Plans are already being made for the debate on the tbill and for amend ments from various quarters. There Is a prospect that a majority of the radical labor members will unite in amendments giving the Irish council wider powers, .which, it is predicted, the home rulers will move with the view of placing themselves on record. But it is doubtful whether the gov ernment will be. able to accept any enlargement of the proposed admin istrative control, let alone any right to legislate, the bill as outlined by the Irish secretary, Mr. Blrrell, being the maximum, to which Mr. Asquith. the chancellor of the" exchequer, and oth- WOO IMS OF mm New York, May 17.—The flooding tide of immigration to American shores runs ceaselessly on and new high water markB. for the influx of Europe's migratory hordes are being recorded every month in the port of New York. Already the month of May bids fair to far outstrip the April rec ord, when 133,452 Immigrants poured through tile gateway of New York in to the country. Five trans-Atlantic liners brought in over 5,000 immi grants yesterday and officials at Ellis Island say that there are no signs of cessation of this European invasion. The well springs of this human stream lie principally in southern and middle Europe, while another but lesser current has its source in the Scandinavians and Germans. Italy, Austria-Hungary and the lower Rus sias now supply more than one-half of all the immigrants seeking homes in this country. Every fourth alien examined at Ellis Island is Italian, while every fifth newcomer is from ithe Austrlas. A score of years ago the headwaters of foreign immigra tion were in Ireland and Germany. But now the source has entirely changed. The industrial fields of.the United States still absorb the great est part of the foreign outpour, and seven states, Massachusetts, Connec ticut, New Jersey, New York, Pennsyl vania, Illinois and Ohio, find homes for seventy per cent of the total num ber. Efforts to deflect this stream to agricultural channels have been largely futile. The movement is ur ban and toward the Industries and not to agriculture. "The character of immigration is In the right direction," said Robert lit Aid IUVT WELDED IN IDE Associated Pros to The Bveafac Times. New York, May 16.—A wedding of peculiar interest to veterans of the army and navy took place today, when when James Grant Wilson, aged seventy-five, and Mrs. Mary H. Nich olson, fifty-five, widow of Rear Ad miral Nicholson, U. S. A., were mar ried at the home of the latter in this city. General Nelson A. Miles acted as best man. Only a few personal ^friends were invited to witness the ceremony, and the affair was a very quiet one, owing to the recent death of the bride's brother, Henry A. Mar tin of St. Louis and New York. An attempt was made J-o keep the mar riage a secret until after the happy couple' had left for the south on their honeymoon, but General Miles was so IT DECIDES THE E Verdict of Court of Claims in Case of Former Army Volunteer Affirmed. taaoelated Preaa to The Brailig Tlan. Washington, May 17.—The verdict of the court of claims in the case of Louis E. Brown, a lieutenant of vol unteers during the war' with Spain, has been affirmed by the supreme court of the United States. This is the case in which during its hearing there was more or less criti cism of the course of Gen. Leonard tWood, who was then in command of the department of Santiago, in order ing the reconvening of a court mar tial with the result that the verdict of the second trial was against BroWn, whereas that of the first w,as in his favor. The court did not, however, deal with Gen. Wood's course or make any reference to him, but decided the case on another point. The proceedings presented the question whether it was if 10 BE REALIZED er anti-home rule members of the cabinet would agree. There was a feeling before Mr. Bal four, the unionist leader spoke in op position to the measure that the house of lords might pass a bill ,«uch as the one Introduced rather than allow the liberals to be subjected to another rejection by the lords, as this would strengthen their campaign against the upper house. This view is still held in some quarters, but after .Mr. Bal four's denunciation of the bill it will be rather difficult for the lords to pass it. Much, of course, depends upon the attitude of the Irish national conven tion to be held at Dublin May 21. If the convention should accept the bill as a step toward home rule, which the liberals opposed to self-govern ment of/ Ireland deny, the unionists would attack it on the ground that many of the liberals were elected on assurances that they would not vote for such a measure. Even some of the unionists can find little that is objectionable in the iblll, from their point of view, but as a party they say they are bound to recognize the ar guments of the Irish unionists, who contend that the measure is one which might be used to prejudice the prot estant minority In Ireland. There Is also a possibility of the bill being crowded out by other legis lation, with which the government's program' already is overloaded, and which Includes licensing reform and reform of the house of lords, for which many supporters of the gov ernment are clamoring and which might be brought forward If the dis cussion of the Irish bill gets beyond the limit which the cabinet has agreed to allow. LANDED 11 POM DURING LAST APRIL Watchorn, immigration commissioner of the port of New York, today, "and from the strict enforcement of the law of 1903. which provides for a fine of $1,000 on a steamship line for ev ery immigrant it brings who is found to be affected with a contagious or loathsome disease, there has come a decidedly better class of immigration. During the last .month the steamship companies turned hack 6,000 would be Immigrants at the ports of em barkation. The steamship lines now investigate each immigrant before he embarks, and this has aided the gov ernment in keeping out undesirable elements. There is an improvement noted in the mental capacity of the present day immigrants. I have faith in the immigrant of today. Look him over and you will see.the father of a race who, after they have passed through our institutions, may not be known from the children of American parents." The records of the local immigra tion bureau show a steady decrease in the number of deportations. Of the 133,000 aliens who entered this port in April only 452 were sent back. There is also a decided subsidence of the movement of the pauper and criminal element toward this country. "It is beyond my understanding," said Commissioner Watchorn, "why the movement should be so pro nouncedly toward the industries, but it is true. This tendency toward the cities is worldwide and the immigrant feels it the same as our own people. "We are enforcing the immigration laws strictly and aiming to keep the quality of the immigrant as high as possible." exultant at his friend's good luck in winning the fair and wealthy widow that he immediately spread the news. The groom was a firm friend of Ad miral Nicholson during the lifetime of the latter. General Wilson was colonel of the Fifteenth Illinois cavalry, serving un der Grant, when he met Admiral Nich olson, then an officer under Admiral Farragut. He has attained considera ble fame as an author and writer as well as a soldier. During the term of President Grant, General Wilson was in charge of social affairs at the White House. Hia^first wife was a Miss Cogswell, a descendant of Peter Stuyvesant. The new Mrs. Wilson has been a widow about thirty-five years. competent for an officer of the regu lar army to sit on a court martial organized to try a volunteer officer when the regular is serving tempo rarily as an officer of volunteers. Brown was dismissed from the service Feb. 18, 1899, on a verdict by a court martial of which the presi dent was a regular officer serving with the volunteers, and which, after finding him innocent, decided that he was guilty of the charge of gambling with enlisted men. He Instituted in the court of claims the suit that was finally decided today to recover his salary from the time of his dismissal to the beginning of legal proceedings. That court held the proceedings of the court martial to be irregular and illegal because of the presence of the regular army officer as a member of the court, but awarded pay only for the time intervening between Brown's discharge and the mustering out of the troops of which he was an officer, which was only about three months. LAYMAN MISSIONARIES. Associated Press to The Events* Times. New York. May 17.—A deputation from the layman's missionary move ment In the United States and Canada sailed1 on the Cedric today to make a visit to England at the invitation of a committee representing missionary societies of the established and non conformist churches. The deputation goes for conference and to make ad dresses throughout England and Scot land concerning the co-operation of the English-speaking peoples in the evangelization of the non-Christian world. Times Want Ada get results. EVENING TIMES,GRAND FORES, R. UtMtamMl* ail« HELP WANTED WANTED—A PRINTER AT ONCE. Apply to Win S. Mitchell, Minto, N. WANTED—WASHWOMAN TO DO fa-rijUy trashing at home. Telephone WANTED—A .GOOD BAKER AT Ephrlam's Bakery. WANTED—A GIRL FOR GENERAL house work. Inquire of Mrs. J. Shel ley, 827 North Fourth street, East Grand Forks, Minn. WANTED—COMPETENT DRAUGHTS man by Architect J. W. Ross, Grand Forks. WANTED—YOUNG LADY WANTS position as stenographer. Has had experience. Address R. M. Evening Times. WANTED—WE HAVE AN EXPER1 Automobile repairman on the road. It In need of any work, drop us a card and he will oall on you. Bot tineau Automobile company, Bot tineau, N. D. 4 WANTED—RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS, MOO yearly. Examination soon. Preparation free. Franklin Institute, Rochester, N. T. CORPORATION OWNING AND OP- KI iratlng Industrial railway and mln enterprise#, desires representa tives on a high remunerative basis. Box *416, Boston. WANTED—TO REPAIR YOUR AUTO mobile tires. Write for price list. Valley City Vulcanizing Co., Valley City, N. D. WANTED—TWO FIRST-CLASS PRIN ters at once, to take charge of two weekly newspapers. Married men Soose referred. Must be capable and not fighters. Top notch wages. Address, L. W. Flerson, Maxbass, N. D. SITUATIONS WANTED- WANTED—YOUNG LADY OF Ex perience desires place as bookkeeper or cashier. Address "C." Times office. WANTED—YOUNG LADY WANTS PO sltlon as stenographer. Prefers real estate office work. Address M. V. Evening Times. WANTED—SITUATION 5Y THOR oughly competent young lay stenog rapher and bookkeeper at $40 a month. Address stenographer, 811 North Broadway, Crookston, Minn. WANTED—PLAIN SEWING, SHIRT walsts by day or piece. Call Mrs. R., Trl-State Phone 610-M. ANY ONE WISHING FIRST-CLASS dessmaking done by the day, call at 711 North Fourth street. N.. W. phone 101SL—Mrs. & H. Bennett. WANTED—SCRUBBING AND WASH lng done at offices and private houses by Mrs. Boobes. Phone 821 N. W. WANTED—SITUATION BY COM- geeper etent lady stenographer and book at tS6 a1 month. Address Box 85, 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 rlight housekeeping. Inquire 728 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 88.00 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 8»M ALABAMA BANKERS. Associated Press to The Evening Times. Birmingham, Ala., May 17.—The fif teenth annual meeting of the'Alabama Bankers' association opened in the ball room of the Hotel Hillman this morning with a good attendance. The invocation was by Rev. James A. Dun can. pastor of the First Methodist church. Mayor George B. Ward wel comed the "bankers on behalf of the city, and Lieut.-Gov. Henry B. Gray extended greeting for the clearing house banks. The' response was by Gen. J. W. Whiting of Mobile. Fol lowing this came the president's re view by W. H. McKelroy of Anniston. McLane Tilton, Jr.. of Pell City, sec retary-treasurer of the association, then gave his annual report, showing a year of great activity and gratifying growth. The morning session con cluded with an address by Governor Comer dealing with "The Railroad Problem." No session was held this afternoon, the time being devoted to trolley rides and other features of entertainment provided for the visiting members and their ladles. The program arranged for the evening session provides for addresses as follows: "The People's Interest," H. L. McElderry of Talla dega "Bankers' Association in Burg lar and Bond Insurance." CJaude G. Bryan, New York "Currency Re form," Sol Wexler, New Orleans. The convention will conclude its 'business tomorrow. Times wants will supply your wants. State of North Dakota, County of Grand Forks, ss. In County Court. In the matter of the application of Jo seph A Breidenbach for a druggist's license to sell Intoxicating liquors. Notice is hereby given, that I, the undersigned, have presented a petition to the county court of Grand Forks county, North Dakota, asking for a druggist's permit to sell Intoxicating liquors at my place of business In the Fourth ward of the city of Grand Forks, county of Grand Forks and state of North Dakota, under the pro visions of chapter (5 of the penal code, Revised Codes of 1905 of the state of North Dakota that the judge of said court has set the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. on the 20th day of May, A. D. 1907, at the county court room in the court house of the said county of Grand Forks and state of North Dakota, to hear said petition, at which time and place all persons interested are re quested to be present. Dated Grand Forks, N. D., April 18 th, 1907. Joseph A. Breidenbach, Applicant a cnm niM iw •arte. Cash should MMh O0OO I FOR SALE FOR SALE—A GOOD COAL HEATER and some linoleum—will sell cheap If taken at once at 710 Chestnut 8tr66ti FOR SALE—A SMALL TWO-ROOM house, nearly new, $140, or will move to any part of town for $1S5. 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, 608 Walnut street. FOR SALE—HOUSEHOLD FURNI ture, New Universal Range, Heater, Sideboard and Bed RcMm Suits— cheap. Call Afternoon's, 829 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 yearB old, un broken. Inquire of J. D. Bacon, Grand Forks, N. D., or Henry Tabor, Grandin, N. D. 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 I 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 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. D. Stack, Wal halla, N. D. FOR SALE—TWO-HORSE TRANS fer or stake dray. Price, $90. Also two-horse express delivery wagon, $120. These are splendid wagons: call on, or address James Lynch, 720 Walnut street FOR SALE—ONE |7f.00 BROYS 1ft horsepov— shooting horsepower gasoline engine motion shooting gallery and cylinder piano. Inquire at 14 DelCera avenue. FOR SALE—BRAND NEW OLIVER typewriter cheap. Inquire at the Times office or Phone 104C M. WANTED—EVERYBODY TO LIST their property with Grand Forks Realty Co. Quick sales. FOR SALE—LOTS $2t TO $8,000. W. H. Kelsey.,20 North Fourth street MISCELLANEOUS WANTED TO BUY—LARGE SECOND hand safe. Must be in good condi tion. Address "Safe" Times Office. WANTED A PARTNER, OR WILL rent a confectionery store, Scandin avian who is well known in city preferred, 21 South Fourth street. 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 718 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 1, 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, 814 International avenue. STORAGE STORAGE—WE STORE EVRYTHING good care. Panovits, Corliss block. NOTICE OF SALE. County Commissioners May 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 tue of 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 if declared the purchaser, must be prepared to pay cash j»t 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 Grand 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 of mines of North Dakota. J. W. Wilkerson, secretary univer sity of North Dakota. PHYSICIANS Dr. Engstad Calder & Germain CLASSIFIED ADS CLASSIFIED ADS ft SURGEONS. 18 & THIRD STREET, GRAND Forks, North Dakota. Dr. H. O'Keefe OFFICE UNION NATIONAL BANK Building. Both phones 170. Dr. F. J. Duggan PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Spe cial attention given to diseases of women. Office, Bears 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 SuTgeon. Office over Stanchlleld Store. Phone 261. Dr. J. Grassick OFFICE NORTHWESTERN BUILD lng, corner DeMera Avenue and Fourth 8t DENTISTS Dr. Eckman DENTIST. BOTH PHONE8 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 bnllding. Both tele phones 64. Bardi G. Skulason ATTORNEY AT LAW. CLIFFORD Bnllding, Second Floor. Both Phones S68. Grand Forks, N. D. S. G. Skulason ATTORNEY AT LAW. ST. JOHN'S Block, Third Floor. N. W. Pbone 816L. Trl-State 816. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ST JOHN'S block, Grand Forks. N.W. 659, Tri State 761. INSURANCE Holmes & Liedman FIRE, TORNADO AND PLAT! Glass Insurance, Rents, Real Batata and Surety Bonds. Clifford block, Grand Forks, N. L. J. P. Read MUTUAL FIRE AND TORNADO Insurance. Rooms 6 and 6, Clifford Annex. Phone 735L. Grand Forks, N. D. ARCHITECTS. J. We Ross ARCHITECT AND 8UPERINTEND ent of Construction. Office 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. Suits 56, Security Block. Both Phones 542. Grand Forks, North Dakota. O'Reilly Bakery (E. O'Reilly, Propr.) Full line of baked goods always on hand. 618 International avenne. Both phones 359. DON MCDONALD TENTS, AWNINGS, SHADES Waterproof Covers for Harvesters Threshers and Grata Stacks Corner DeMera and Fifth Both phones 151-L. Grand Forks. Nsith Daksta SHBINEKS VISIT CANADA. AiMdatet Preaa t. The Bveala* Times. Seattle, Wash., May 16.—The spe cial train of the Pittsburg Shriners, who have been attending the conclave at Los Angeles, will return to the Smoky City over the Canadian Pa cific railway, making several stops at points of interest in the dominion. PHONE RICE'S 602-L For Hacks, Drays, Day or Night We Meet All Trains. Office, 415 DeMers Avenue. W. F. EIRE, Prop. HEADQUARTERS Far Baster Glove* Lace aad BnM Heekwear, ala. Spriaa Dreaa Oosla. Bxftrlneti Dmaukm la Ctuc« ttoa with the Store. MRS. A. T. STINSON, loath ThM Street aaS Brace Ave. 0. Young sivaa FAQI P. 0. Paulsness PLUMBING, STEAM AND Water Fitting, pumpa aat mills. Sewer and Waterworks tractor. Lead and Inn .Pipe Fittings. Brass Goods, Bewar Hose, Etc. Graad Fsrks, V, McDonald & Ashley FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND nt BALMEKS—North Dakota and Ms*' nesota licenses. Call answered nlgM and day. Both phones 2L 602 D»- Mers avenue. Logan Cafe WE SERVE REVERE The Best In the World. Ill Ave., Grand Forks, N. D. Max Rabinovich MONEY TO LOAN ON ALL AXTI eles of valus. 129 DeMera Avians. Phone 754-R, WHOLESALE FURNITURE, PU1R os. Carpets, Sewing Machine*, and Office Furniture, iu.iw.im South Third St, Grand Forks, M. •. Je A. Evans TEACHER OF PURE ITALIAN Method of Voice Cultural Psvfls will be received on Tuesday tags 9 a. m. to 12 and every day evening. Room 62 Set Building. Phone Getta' ifn^ MANUFACTURERS. Guarantee Stock Food Go. Incorporated. Capital Steek HMN, Manufacturers of Stock Food, Pnl try Food, Worm Powder, Llos Millar, Heave Cure, Pink Eye Remedy, Star Cure, Colic Cure, Gall Onre, IM Remedy and White fliaai Forks, N. P. The M« H* Redick Hide & Fur Go* Northwestern Dsalera la Fine Northern Fan, Hides, hlk Wool, Tallsw, Beets, Xts. Largest and Oldest Hide and ta House in the State. GRAND FORKS, N. BAM* MISS DELA ODEOARD East Grand Forks, Phone 766L (03 DeMera Al*. Manufacturer of high grade sigais such aa Grand Forks, EAGLES, Glebe asi la TO THOSE WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: Everyone who owns a and reports their name at Getta' house will hear of something ts advantage. J. B. WOODLEY Wholesale and Retail HARNESS, WHIPS AND SADDL11Y SUPPLIES. The largest and moat complete eteefe of hand mad. harness In the two cities. Manufactured of Lapp, and Sons pare oak leather. A nice line ot BWIni Saddles 600 palra of l-A Horee and surrey harness a nloe line OS whips and summer goods at a Big Se duction. Call and look them over. Telephra. 1108. 1 AL COONS, Masagsa, UNDERWOOD STANDARD Visible Typewriters The people of the world a^vee that the— PIONEER VISIBLE (Tabulator) Writing Machine Haa' revolutionized the World's Typewriter Construction.! liM UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER CO. GRAND FORKS, N. D. GASH For all Kinds of Junk, Cea slating of Old Bubbers, Bags, Copper, Brass and Scrap Iron. Speciil Price tor Scrip Iroi ia Carload Lots M. FISHMAN N. V. Fheas U» Columbia Hotel AND lESTADKANT Qatianrliinrhsalnn aliBi asrsWaa te resi tnias a Open Day and Nlrfhft 0SCA1 KHPDSOH, Prop'. ast*«ttan*ajiB«av G1AND POKKS, N. DAK. iaM.Owet