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ijrate Residents Report De-
struction of Property
Reports of damage done by boys
who have commenced the Hallowe'en
celebration, have been pouring into
police headquarters from all sections
of the city since Saturday night,
When several gangs created disturb|zations,
ances in the outskirts of the city.
Several outhouses were tipped over,
fences were torn down and sidewalks
destroyed by the boys, according to
the reports received by Chief of Po
lice Lowe. The names of several of
the boys, who are said to be the lead
ers have been obtained and these will
be turned over to Juvenile Commis
sioner Henry O'Keefe.
When speaking of the Grand Forks
Hallowe'en celebration today Chief
"We will not permit such mischief
as already has been started and 1
have Instructed the patrolmen to ar
rest every boy who is caught destroy
ing property. Parents who permit
their children to celebrate Hallowe'en
In any manner they desire, need not
expect their own property to be pro
tected. It will make no difference
who the boys may be, if they are
caught destroying property or creat
ing any disturbance, they must suffer
the consequences. The juvenile offi
cer also will assist in punishing the
boys and no leniency may be ex
Chief Lowe also suggests that par
•nta provide home entertainment to-
morrow night in order to keep the
young people off the streets. Citizens
are also asked to co-operate and re-,
port every serious depredation.
Congregation of St. Michael's Church
to liaise Funds for ItcnoHt of
New Parochial School.
The second annual bazaar for the
benefit of the new parochial school of
St. Michael's pro-cathedral, will open
on Thursday, November 2, in the Mc
Grath building on North Third street,
and will continue until Wednesday,
Father William Mulloy, assistant
pastor at the pro-cathedral has
charge of the bazaar. He is to be as
sisted by th© women of the Altar so
I clety and of the other church organl
who will have charge of the
various booths and in the serving of
I meals. Lunch will be served at noon
each day, tea in the afternoon and
dinner at 6 o'clock.
A full line of fancy needlework,
novelties, dolls and other useful ar
tides suitable for gifts will be offered
STUDENTS TO HAVE
PARTY ON TUESDAY
Annual Hallowe'en Gathering for Uni
versity Young People at Gym
nasium Tomorrow Evening.
The annual Hallowe'en party at the
university will be given in the gym
nasium tomorrow evening from 7 un
til 11 o'clock.
All the organizations of the school
have planned stunts for their share of
the entertainment- The V. ,\I. C. A.
wil! have a "County Fair," which
promises to make the hit of the eve
ning. The Y. W. C. A. has a program
of special stunts and Y. P. B. will
also have a share in the stunt pro
A PLAIN BUSINESS
Tou know that real estate is the germv
that has founded and made thousands
Amongst your acquaintances there
are those who have made money or
acquired what they have, the real es
It's a plain business proposition:
Real estate grows in value. Buy right
and you will come out right.
In Grand Forks there are no better
real estate values than our building
lots in Riverside.
We will make it worth your while to
buy a Riverside lot this fall. Terms
Come in now and let us tell you what
we will do.
When you buy in Riverside you get
the best at a price that is low.
Real Estate Department,
E. J. LANDER & CO.
414 DeMers Ave., Grand Forks.
Ask for MR. OLSOX.
after a man once knows the splendid satisfaction
of wearing our clothes it is an easy matter to sell
him a new suit or overcoat every season.
That's why we give extra attention to the
Boys and Children.
We want them to know Olson values early
in life. This year you will find their department
full of the very niftiest patterns and styles in
Boy's and Children's Suits
Blue Serge Suits $5 to $11. Fancy Mixtures $3.50 to $12.50
They come in the fancy pinch backs in belted and plain styles
made from the choicest of selected patterns.
Overcoats in all the Latest
$5.00 to $12.50
Mackinaws For The
Economical mothers have found our Mackinaws
the solution of the hard wear that most boys give to
their outer garments. We are splendidly prepared for
the fall and winter. Mackinaws (4 years and up)
$3.50, 4.SO and 6.00
Parcel Post Prepaid
IS FOUND TODAY
East Grand Forks Chief finds
Car Stolen From Ole
Chief Albert Hurst of the East
Grand Forks police force today recov
ered the Ford automobile, owned by
Ole Upsal of Walle township, which
was stolen late Saturday evening from
in front of a DeMers avenue restaur
ant. The car evidently had been tak
en by joy riders as it had been aban
doned one mile east of East Grand
Forks and had only been slightly
Although the machine was stolen
between 10 and 11 o'clock Saturday
night, Upsal did not report to the lo
cal police until late Sunday morning.
Chief of Police Lowe notified all offi
cials in surrounding villages and cit
ies and conducted a personal investi
gation in the vicinity of Grand Forks.
Officials will continue to search for
the thieves as this is the second car
which has been stolen by joy riders
during the past few months.
Grafton Woman Sends
Needle Work to the City
Wife of Colonel Fraine Is Aiding Lo
cal Soldiers' Aid to Raise Funds
for Boys in Camp on Border
Mrs. J. H. Fraine of Grafton, wife
of Colonel Fraine of the First North
Dakota regiment, stationed at Mer
cedes, Tex., has sent a collection of
fancy work to the members of the
finance committee of the Soldiers' Aid
of this city. The women are disposing
of this work to their friends to raise
funds to assist in buying luxuries for
the Thanksgiving and Christmas din
ners for the members of Company
and the Machine Gun company.
Other plans also are under way for
the raising of funds for this purpose,
which will be discussed and definitely
decided on at the general meeting of
the society next week.
The Soldiers' Aid society was or
ganized here the latter part of June
and in that time nearly $350 has been
sent to the camp. A large number of
kahki pillows also were sent to the
SPEAKER AT •U'
Prof. A. A. Stoughton to Give First
Series of Lectures In Exchange
Work Between Institutions.
Professor A. A. Stoughton of the
University of Manitoha, will be the
first speaker for the series of ex
change lecturer between the Univer
sity of North Dakota and of Manitoba.
Friday and Saturday are the days
chosen for Prof- Stoughton's lectures.
On Friday ho will speak on "The
Mission of Architecture" at Wood
worth hall at 4 o'clock. On Satur
day he will be the convocation speak
er, and his subject will be "Art in
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•Dr. G. A. Swendiman.^
Kltraas oxide and oxygen administer
ed for painless extraction of teeth.
Over Banner Ben's. 8. 3rd St.
Office Phone* T-S.
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GRAND FORKS HERALD, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1916.
£aul Weisser and Elmer
Knutson Face Charge of
Paul Weisser' and Elmer Knutson
of Grand Forks, arrested last week
at Kansas City, Mo., on information
furnished by Crookston officials, weTe
returned to Polk county last Satur
day to answer to the charge of steal
ing an automobile from Thomas Lo
gan. A confession, it is said, was
made by the boys to Sheriff Ed. Kelly.
Chief of Police William Lowe spent
yesterday afternoon at Crookston and
visited the boys in the county jail in
that city. After an examination the
lads admitted stealing the F. T. Roat
automobile in this city on October 8
and of abandoning the car a few
miles from the city after stripping it
of all accessories. Several othei:
thefts in Grand Forks have been cred
ited to the two boys.
According to the alleged confession,
Weisser and Knutson stole the Logan
machine from in front of the Crooks
ton cathedral and drove it to this city.
The Minnesota license tags were re
moved and North Dakota permits
were attached. For several days they
drove the car about this city and on
October 8 stole the Roat machine to
obtain side curtains, tires, spark plugs
and other material which they needed
to equip the Logan car.
On October 11 Chief of Police Lowe
examined the machine in this city but
before he had made sure as to wheth
er or not it was the car that had been
taken from Crookston, Weisser and
Knutson had departed, driving south.
They were apprehended by Kansas
City officials while sleeping in. the ma
chine, and as they were penniless,
were willing to return north.
Before Judge Gossman of the
Crookston municipal court this morn
ing, they waived preliminary hearing
and were bound over to the grand
ASK POPPLER ABOUT IT
Herald Advertising Brings Results—
An Example of the Work of a
If J. A. Poppler had any doubts as
to the efficacy of advertising and
particularly advertising in the Grand
Forks Herald, those doubts have been
forever eradicated. Mr. Poppler says
Mr. Poppler is well known as the
manager of the Stone Piano company
and in that capacity he utilizes con
siderable ingenuity in constructing his
advertising copy and in securink pub
licity for the musical merchandise
handled by that firm.
He was particularly proud of his
advertisement in the' Sunday issue of
the Herald—until he. discovered that
he was advertising to sell "Edison
C200 Phonographs for $2.00, on easy
terms." That's the way it read In his
advertisement when the paper was
printed. And that was some bargain.
Mr. Poppler was Inclined to be
rather disturbed—and one could not
blame him very much when, as we all
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Ovaad forks, V. S.
25c to 49c
Novelty is the keynote
$1.00 to $4.00
know, the Edison C200 is a bargain at
$200—the price that should have been
quoted had not that pestiferous little
period dropped in between the figure
"2" and the "00." But Mr- Poppler
did not let the matter interfere with
the enjoyment of a good Sunday din
ner. putting off the worry until Mon
But he was not prepared for the
flood of inquiries that begun with
the opening of his store on Monday.
The telephone was kept busy and bar
gain hunters came in person, until at
10 o'clock he had 127 calls for Edison
C200 at $2.00—and they were still
He was able to convince his would
be customers that the figures were
mixed up with the. unwelcome period
by accident instead of design—and he
was able to turn the situation to ad
vantage through his ability as a sales
man and before the morning was
many hours old had disposed of two
of his choicest instruments at figures
that satisfied his customers as well as
But the point to it is:
Herald advertising brings results.
TO REGISTER TUESDAY
Polls In Three Cities In Grand Forks
County to be Opened for
Listing of Voters.
Polls In Grand Forks, Northwood
and Larimore will be opened tomor
row for the registration of voters
whose names have not been placed on
is of el In a it
over 800 population throughout the
state, the polls will be opened for final
The registration tomorrow will be
the final preliminary step to be taken
before the general election on Novem
ber 7- The judges will be named by
the Grand Forks county republican
and democratic central committees.
DUCKS SCARCE AT LAKE
Deputy Sheriff Soends Few Days at
Stump Lake With Party—"Got
Back" That's All. j|
Deputy Sheriff Odin Overby re
turned last evening from Stump Lake,
where he spent several days in search
of aquatic fowl. The deputy Is not
very enthusiastic over his trip and
admits that he did not bag the limit.
Many hunters gathered at Stump
yesterday but not a duck ven
tured within firing distance. Hunters
believe that the Stump Lake district,
has been too thoroughly canvassed by
sportsmen during the present season
as very few ducks are to be found
In that vicinity.
Deputy Overby usually brings back
his share of game but fate ruled
ARE THEY ALL BUYING
EDISON DIAMOND DISC
Are they all Boosters?
Well, Come in and Listen to the Edison and You Will Know.
Too quickly the assertion "You Can't get records on the Edison
Find THAT out for yourself too, as others are doing Daily.
COME TO SI ONE'S
Hear them all—The Victrola, Grafonola, Vocalion and—The
Decide for Yourself.
Stone Piano Company
^rrand Porks. ,, Fargo, N. D.
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chased early in the year at last year's prices, and were marked on that basis. Since purchasing we
have received advances bringing the wholesale cost over our retail prices. But in spite off this we are
holding to the old price. With cotton now at 20c per pound, prices are going even higher. It will pay
you to buy a big supply to last over next year.
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mouldings and daintily trimmed in de
signs and cretonnes these trays are a
pleasing addition to any dining room.
They form ideal gifts for all occasions.
lot of many others who were unsuc
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29c to 79c
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in this Paper
Greece, brother of King Constantino
was to return to Athens from London
where he has been for some time rep
resenting the views of the Greek
court, is untrue. Prince Nicholas,
military governor of the interior zone,
is expected in Atheus within a few
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