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4 |U iv .,7 r'j'X.^ •. ,f SY!-s .V ., J. 4^,0 1. Si' SVEMiNC Kumorc Pon't Forget That we can train you to become an expert repair man on Autos, Trucks, Tractors, Ignition, Starting and Lighting. Batteries, Welding, Vulcanising and machine work. Grand 'Forks Automotive school—Adv. At the Met—All this week "Lore?* she' reads your mind. Also Texas Gutnan starring in "The She Wolf," a big western five reel feature, Monday and Tuesday. Special emphasis is lo4d on the. fact that the admission price for children all this week 1s 15c adults 25c.—Adv. You'must know that the business world offers wonderful chances to the young men and women with a knowledge of bookkeeping, .bank ing, business methods, shorthand, typewriting, etc. You must know that the students of this big, suc cessful sch6pl(^re earning big salaries! and advancing with rapid strides ^to places of promlnfepce and responsibility. Soine even earn back the very first Month the en tire cost of tuition.There 1^ no other line of work that you can learn in such a. short time, that costs so little and pays so much da a business college course. Send for our free catalog and let ps show you how we can help you. UNION COMMERCIAL f» COLLEGE *sr A. Chanoe.—-Adv. Wolf VlaHa Hue George Wolf, prominent Merrlfleld township iirn* *ft .!•• vliitors here today. SI* Fer Cent Fhnst Mortgage real «s«tate bonds are the beat security you can gety. N° form of speculation i,2*h?S8JnT®atn,f'nt8- J®»n C- Boo Co.t Established HQS.—Adv. Tonight—The K. C.'s will hold a dancing-party tonight for members and their friend* in'the K. p- dancing: from 9 to 12. Music by Ehiard's orchestra.—Adv. Teachers to Meet—A district teach, era* meeting will he held at Gilby this month. The meeting will he held January ie and 17. A committee is at work preparing the program. K. C.Party Tonight—The. K. c.'s will hold a dancing party tonight for members and their friends in the K. C. hall, dancing from 8 to 12..Music by Emard's orchestra.—Adv. Jewish Tn Europe drive Jewish Drive—-The for funds for war., relief will open for the state on January 11, according to an announcement made by the local committee. The cam paign will be in progress' from Jati uary 11 to January 19. and a nation wide amount of $3$,000 000 will be raised It is expected. Real Estate Menu Pajera have been placed on record "whereby Ida Canton sells her property on Seventh avenue and University avenue to Anna 'Fodness of Scobey, Montana. John C. "Boe Co. was eommisisoned to purchase the property.—Adv. first of Series—Rev. g. L. Tallack son of the First Lutheran church sarve the opening sermon of a series, at the church Sunday morning, in ,the morning he spoke on "Home— the Heavenly and Earthly Home," and In the evening he gave tho Urst of a series ot sermons en "The Lord's Prayer." .Votloe—To the Stockholders of the Grand Forks Building & Loan Asso ciation: Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockhold ers of the Grand Forks Building & Ijoant association will be held. at the office of its secretary, 414 DeMers avenue, on Monday, Jan., 12, 1920, at 7:30 p. m. The'meeting is for the purpose' of electing directors and transacting such other business as may properly come .before the meet ing. E. J. Lander, Secretary.—Adv. N. ElTE CQMFORT MEANS I EFFICIENCY 1 ... A person suffering from eye strain.. it never as efficient as one whose .ayes^-are strengthened by properly fltt^d g'MBNI. Come here to have your, •yM'examtaea for.: the right glasses tn the right wayt ''t'Oar MaMes lan~T«v ayes. yerthweatwa:*a«. sank aug. »«Mws fWiM A flfit v'tllfl uni* ii Mtf ated ln eennectlon. Meals Mrv« •s follows:"." .. i, •y&K v-' 3&L r-%k Daw*, sinnwiwr nifht, floor-x Barn's or chestra. Pangea od lfre plan.—Adv.^ N«dw Ma* -to Titty Lm^ Neehe was In the city yeaierday and J®**f visiting hlsson, Hume, md. it* tending to business mattere. IWurt Qniii a will play for the following dances this week:. Monday. £•0, Minn. Tuesday, Adamfc N. D. S^ejday, Lanfcin Thursday, WoM ville Friday, Reynolds- Came and be happy.—Adv. I*anncrs In Glty—Andrew Johnson, TBllendale township and It! M. ,-C. BJelmstad of Union township, are Wo well known farmers visiting in the city today.. Rev. Hatdfcwon ID—Rev. W. HutchMon is stiir~bonflned to hls. •home at 606 Korth Third street with Illness. Rev. Hutcheson has been 111 for several days. Yeoman Meeting A regular meet ing of Yeomen will be held TueedaT night in the Odd Fellows hall. The qimstion of organising an auxiliary degree team will be up for discussion and a large .attendance Is dsstkefl. Until Further Notice—Elevator at Carthage, Minnesota will be open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, and the Key West elevator, open Mon days, .. Wednesdays and Fridays. Anton Anderson, Agent, Phone 884J. —Adv. .. Spud Bayer Here Geo. E. Durkee ot Grand Rapids, Minn., is among the prominent business visitors in 'the city toMy. Mr. Durkee is making a canvass of the northwest on a potato buying trip and sizing up the potato situation.*:..*' ""k"'' If iron Start to Save you jirill have something saved to start.wth. when opportunity arrivea Wo pay4^ com pounded quarterly and your monfey is protected agdinjit loss by state law. Checking accounts solicited. Open Saturday evenings. First Savings bank,. Granjl Forks, N. P.—Adv. Visitors Return—Among the local people who returned Sunday and to various day from White from IA Crosse, places are: H. Wis. Geo. McClintock from Minneapolis How ard Mayer ofjDevlls I«ake from Min neapolis S. Torgeson and P. M. Mil ler from Minneapolis Geo. Moulder from Chicago. Notice of Annual Meetings—The an nual meeting of the lot owners, of the Grand Forks Cemetery association for the election of directors and general transaction of business will be held at the Commercial club'rooms in the city of Grand Forks. N. D., on Friday, January 16, 1920) at 4 o'clock p. m. A. W- Dennis, secretary.—Adv. Takes Over Fargo JloteJ—Dee Reade, who for six years was a clerk at the Hotel Daootah in this city, has Just taken charge of the Annex hotel in Fargo. He took over the manage ment of the hotel on January 1, and succeeds John A. Hardin? former proprietor. Mr. Readc was also con nected with the Waldorf hotel in Far go for some time. The Annual Stockholders' Meeting of the Grand Forks Street Railway company will be held at the offices of the company at 215 South Third street In the city of Grand Forks, N. Dak., on Tuesday, January 13, 1920, at 7: SO p. m. for the purpose of electing a board of directors and the consider ation of raeh other business as may be properly brought before the meet ing. C. C. Gowran, Aetlng Secretary. —Adv.. ADVERTISEMENT' Don't Dispalr Over Poor Complexion tt Mnpled, Blotehad Covnpd in Spots With Bash Just Vst ttufi Oaletm Wafets. Lay aside for a time your face creams, "lotfona, etc.,, and use Stuarfs. Calcium Wafers. Simply take them after meals. No effort whatever. Then note the dif ference. Small wonder that these re markable wafers are sold in every drug store throughout the U. S. and'Canada. Don't despair if your face is covered 'with pimples, blotches, liver spots or your skin, is covered In spots with tetter, rash, etc. Just use Stuart's Calcium Wafers for a 'short time and see how nicely you will clear up your skin. Stuart's Calcium Waters are. sold by all druggists everywhere. Priee 50 cents a bo*» ... ,• ADVERTISEMENT. ONLY ONE THING BREAKS MY COLD! "That's Dr. King's New Dis Years Cold-breaker.*' t)THING but sustained oiallty and .unfalUng effectlvenevr can arouse such enthusiasm. Noth ing fast sure- relief from stubborn old colds aqf Qnrushlng new ones, grippe, throat-tearing coughs, and: croup could have .made Dr. King's New dIb covery the natlona!)ly popular and standard remedy itiis today. Flfty years old andf always reliable, for th» whole family. A bottle in^- th'e medicine cabinet means a short-lived cold-or coiigh. #0jb. and], $1.20. All druggl^: §.^^g}fM Beweblt ^Bowel*. that move spMmo«leinyt~ tree. one day and. stubborn the next— shOMld be^ealthiully regulated by fir. King*ii NewPills./ In this wayl yon ke^p the' impurities pt waste mat. ter mip'Circulating thri byoleatuiing the wsm- Sheinur C,. JSl* 1 IT .• ugh, the svs bewi els thor S a c6mfortable, y«t always relia jKiWs New .jJjfe |»llli work' c6nstipe tlves. wUh/preclsion without Uve tion resuits (tf violent purga! as usual 1u all druggists. fii Jb a •8«j Abe Goldstein loses .second leg in operation here today.: Public''schools of the city opened today after the Christnas holidays with the high school students occupy ing the new building. .The Lutheran Bible School Ohlna Mlgpion society convention opens here Tuesday morning. Complete pro gram announced. Preliminary details of the plan were announced last week by iMr.' Barnes in Duluth. Minneapolis exneervice men, who have friends in meager circumstances in France and other European coun tries, may purchase the drafts at Min neapolis banks in1. $10 denomination. They arc forwarded to the foreign countries and the holder may ex change them for 24 pounds of flou5r, 1Q-pounds of beans, five pounds of lard, six cans of condensed milk and eight pounds of baconl WILSON WILL SEND WORD OF GREETING TO THE DEMOCRATS Washington, jan, 5. President Wilson. wiH^sSend an "important word of greeting" te the Democratic dinner on Jackson day, January s, it wae announced today at the White House. No information was available, at the White House as to the form the president's message would itake. Sec retary Tumulty .supplemented bare announcement by adding thaf lt would be an- important woi'd. Some friends of the president believed, however, that he would take this op portunity to give his views as to fu ture policies. Additional. Markets vMONBsr, New York, Jan. 5.—-Mercantile pa peif 6 per'c,erit. Sterling sixty day bill® 374 1»J demond 8.70 cables '3.80, Francs deiyand 10.76 cables 10.74. Xdt^'-demand 13.26 cables 13.2J. Mfifka^demand 12.OO cables 2.08. Oovefnpient bonds irregular rail road, bonds, irregular. Titne |oaii4,'8trong, 7 per cent bid. Call money, strong, ruling rate 14. UBBRTi" Bdxns. NewVYork, Jan. 6i—-Pricesjat 2:55 p. no., today were: 8 l-»'« 83.8« iirst j'a Mk80 "second 4'8~92.|6 ftrst 4's *M4 second1-4's 02.74 third 4 Y-4's 84.78 fourth 4 1-4'S 92.90 Vie tory 8 S-^s ,99.18 Victory 4 3-4's 9$.U. •}. .--Si: COTTON. New' Tork, Jan. B.—Cotton futurM closed steady January, 38.40: March, 81.83 July, 33.71 October, 80.8ffv MINNEAPOLIS' GRAIN. Minneapolis,. Jan.. 5.—"Further' ad vance in-Wheat prices and export sales of oats, rye and ryd flour with disap pointing receipts of com and strengtiii in cash corn markets at the leading' markets combined to tnake a strong graln UftjtodaS'. Coarse gmln futures were tt4oert^ln after- fMnall opshlng kdvaAfieft il^vd.. bearish professional sentiment brought a selling demon-! jnratlon eatly bjit no material. ptessure deirelqpe^l jgatf. good advances were sdorea. May oats advanced 1 cent, rye 2 3-4 c^pta and barley l^oeht 'ij M$7FAL. ,-iwew Tork, J*n, 5 -4-CO|j»ar steady electrolytic spot' and" first quarter,' l-4#l» 8-*v Iran Arm No. 1 .. No. Iran firm No. 1.northern, 43-00A .Mi» Noti 8 northern, 4l.M#48 0^» ». southern,.8MO04JI.OO., iLhtimon^ 0.87 iri. Metal Exchange quotes lead: strong Spot and- March, 8.00 bid. Z^na Strong Jpa^. St, MveAr,i .80 bid, 8.S0 askc m. GRANDFQRKSHBRALP. IUyed Bolrt»evism l^his^ Sunday morning sermorf. muslclanB' nnlon elected of ficers at npaual banquet Sunday even Ink- t. Ml Nearly^ 4,ti0 hook#' were, leaned from tlw^abKe cember. J® i-ai A library during De- "Un^on Week of Pifcjrer" o^ebs tonight at, the Baptist chtireh with Rev. J. G. fork princlpatspeaker. Four criminal oases are slated for opening of district court Tuesday. a C. Stewart.and Deputy.' left. for Crookston to teq-' N Lowe 1|s,ve ti&«in<iWerner murder case. board met today. Venereal 1' .^e established., IiOC«I curlers will compete in the Northwestern .association's annual bonspiel at- Duluth, opening Jan. 19. ^wo small fires^ called out Are de partment but cause slight damage. .Montana farmers are optimistic of farm and' stock prospects according to State Field Agent R. F. Beier.1 A 1 Directors of Commerelal club dis cussed raising of funds for th? state mill and elevator at a special meet ing today. George R. Benton, former manager of the Hotel Dacotah, leaves tonight to take charge' of Dyckman hotel in Minneapolis. 1 Powerful address on Americanism was delivered by Rev. F. Halsey Am brose last eevalng at Presbyterian church. The Polk county grand jury con vened at Crookston today for the opening of district court. The junior department of Wesley college conservatory opened this morning. Prof. L. P. Dove of the university has returned from Texas where he ex amined oil properties. Navy recruiting officer hair received Instructions to hold confessed navy deserter. Mis® Swope Takes Charge- -Miss Helen Swope of Washington, D. C.. today.took charge of the University Commons to fill the vacancy made by the resignation of Miss Else Rhode ot Grand Forks. '0 An to Men Meet—A meeting of lo cal .automobile men was called late this afternoon in the Commercial club rooms. The local garage situation was among the subjects which were scheduled to borne up. for discussion. "Baby Food" Drafts May Be Sent To The European Children 1 Minneapolis Jan. 6.-—"Baby, fbod" drafts may be sent to Europe to pur chase food supplies foe foreigner?, are to be placed oir sale'ih Minneapolis banks, it was announced today by Frank L. Capey, vice president of the United States grain Corporation, who has, just returned from Duluth where he conferred with Jblius Barnes, wheat director of the United States. $ Assets Seal Estate Mortgage Loans Bank Certificates of Deposit Liberty Bonds Cash and in Banks Policy Loans Premium Note*—Net Net amount of uncollected and Deferred Premiums Interest due and accrued, v/ '1 •Sf'. INCOME JANUARY Sj 1M0. •tfS. -^4J'jJS.\•„ Yr First Year Premium account Renewal Premium account Interest on Investments •. & East Side GRAND JURYIS NOW IN SESSION 4 Local Men Went to Crook ston Today Werner Mur der Case Holds Interest. The case of Jim Smith and. Tom Thomas, two negroes charged with the murder of Edna Werner occupies the most interest- among people of Bast Grand Forks, of all the cases which will be presented before the grand Jury convening at Crookston today, prior to the opening of the January tc,j"m of district court. Mrs. Louis Werner of this city, aunt, of the murdered girl, and Miss Anne Werner, cousin of Edna Wer ner, both of this city, went to Crook ston today to appear as witnesses be fore the grand jiny. Grand jury members for the Janu ary term of district court Including James Mcllraith, Angus McDonald and I* A. Plummer of East Grand 'Forks assembled at Crookston, today and were sworn in for their work On the cases to come before the district court. The'formal business of organ izing the grand jury body took up most of the morning, and it was be lieved work on the cases would begin this afternoon."'according to Clerk of Court Hans J. Waage. H. T. Gendrom was namtd fore man of the grand Jury, and it was not known this afternoon, who had been named clerk. The jury as first drawn in December will remain the same with the exception of three^ members who were excused, and one who was not subpoenaed on account of non-residence in the state. J. A. Gregerson, O. O. Kroken and Ole Mattson were excused, and Thoma? Harlg was aot called. Some Changes Made in the High School Faculty Miss Morse English TCa&ier. :-.'S :*&T JW .J 1 City schools opened in But Grand Forks thie morning after the Christ mas recess of two weeka ttid all de partments in-the grades and high sctidola were conducted on. the nival schedule. "i Some, changes in th^} teachlag faculty have teen bade ih' the high Miool departments of" tte pnWit schools, due to the^resignation of two. of the teachers. Miss Hitleft Morse or Boston. Mass., has arrivsll »nd will take charge of the Bngliiflt depart ment to sucoeed MisS Ma|y Ldulse BiMk, who was substituti4|r .in this dfMurtment during the pgm semester ariyhaa gone io Oberlin. O^io.to con tinue her studies at ObertiSljcollege. Bo far no permanent ln4&ucter,h>s been engaged to take chDte ^f the 'artlhen' domestic science depi fort EAST SIDE BRIEFS Announcement has been made in the city of the birth of a baby son to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Buckley of Ardoch, N. D., on Sunday. Mrs. Buckley and her' son are in a Grand Forks hospital. Members of the Lady Foresters lodge will give a card party in Gies' hall on Wednesday night, for the benefit of the Catholic Ladies' Guild, Mr. and Mrs. George Barnby and their baby son. left last night for their home in Glentanna, Mont..''after visiting at the home of Mrs. Barnby's sister, Mrs. Edward Gillespie. Mrs. Another Aaker's Business College received another requeet for a stenographer this morning, making six positions offered to A. B. C. students, the -last few days and it shows the demand for A. B. C. trained students. Enroll now. Term opens January 6th. Get Started on the road to greater oppor tunities. Day and evening sessions. People having rooms to rent for students phone 408W. ADVERTISEMENT. •:.«' 11^ 1 At the Close of Business December 31st, 1919 $ 464.00 312790.52 26439.67 49192J00 18549.65 40934.34 11625.33 5665.20 13293,09 $478953.80 $ 51742.79 103280.53 24250.39 $179273.71 insurance in force December 31, 1919 $4938900.00 New business paid for in 1919 1626500.00 Surplus and reserve for protection of policyholder over 463000.00 'fr E. J. LANDER, President S. E. SEESE, vacant by the resignation of Miss Florence Lane of Fargo. Mrs. Paul Johnson of this city will act as sub stitute instructor in this department until the vacancy can be filled. All of the teachers have returned from tbflr homes where they spent the holidays and took up their regular work this morning. I mnrmnora People Notice It Drive Them Off with Dr. Edwards' 'Wy Olive Tablets longer if you get a package of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets. The skin ttedd begin to dear after yoa have takgh the tablets few nights. Qcaa* the blood, baw^ and fiviir With Dr. Edwards OMve Tablets, the •ucceasful substitute for calomeli tbare's no sickness of nm after taking diem. Dr. Edwards^^ve Tablets do that irtach catanri does, and just as efie6 tivdy, but fteir action is gentle and Mb itatead of seven aad iniutine. NoonewhotataaO^-SbSteS ever cnwd with a "dark brown taste," a bad^reath, a dull, UsUess, "npfood" flnratipatioti. torpid Inner.'ted mcrpinqiljfiwe. ^Tjahtetsaiea purely wbIiMi jgp s^sgms «ndOBveTOlMspreSt tomeipriyefectivt reaolt. Tafced«e«r "i M. *s.,u Deportation Of Reds From Twin Cities In Near Future Hinted At Miss Julia Haugen of Honey ford,| -the month of the "reds' ar N. D. visited in the city with friends rested by federal authorities in thej over Sunday. Twin Cities, was hinted at today ty federal officials. Proceedings are to Minneapolis, Jan. 5.—Deportation begin'this afternoon before Charles W.1 I ADVERTISEMENT. GIRLS! GIRLS! Clear Your Scalp Of Dandruff WiA CUTICURA SOAP IN ONE NIGHT On retiring tosth spots ef dandruff And itching with' Cuticnra CXntment on end of forefinger. Cover headier oi^t Next morning shampoo with Cutieura Soap aad Aef water. Case with 'tepid water. Repeat in tiie 1 LIABILITIES Capital Stock $142000.00 Death claims reported, awaiting proofs 4000.00 Reserved for Taxes 3500.00 Due for Reinsurance 884.65 Premiums paid in advance 496.30 Unearned interest paid in advance 378.58 Dividends due and apportioned .1'• 5998.82 Commission^ due agents 257.64 Policy Reserve—Net 290227.67 Surplus 31210.14 DISBURSEMENTS Commissions—Medical and examina tion fees and taxes Salaries—Dividends, general expense and Reinsurance Paid Policyholders Barnby has been visiting'here for the past several months, arid her husband was called here upon the death of their son, about a week ago. fW h*i* 1.- $478953.80 $41917.43 26991.34 29978.71 $98887.48 Secretary Seaman, inspector of immigration ii Minneapolis. Twenty-four alleged members of the communist party are in custody in the Twin Cities and the federal authorities intimated other arrests may be made. The alien*? who cannot disprove the charges against them will be sent to Ellis Island to await deportation. i^FURS S. FRIEDMAH*Sk. BLACK'S ICE CREAM •TO A VOOB SO* A AC OTA GtiANERS II i, DrBB 'IT ATS SPECIAI.1ZE I-« GOO0 PHOTOGRAPHS Sittings made by day or night THE iKiNNER STUDIO 117 *. 3rd St. Over MoOoey'a lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliuillllll DR. J.C. ANSON Foot specialist corns removed with out pain: instant relief to tired and aching feet n»Us bunions treated. Over DnurStora Third a*l Dealers PboM WOT innniuninnumniini|»»niuiiiniinim —CUT FLOWERS-- '. V-V 4® Sdeette DR. MWH C.