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Commercial
iered at the Com
Club This Morning and
Visited Establishment
Business Session This
^Afternoon Followed by
•Banquet at Hotd Daco
tah.
Satisfaction in the workings of the
Nerthern Packing plant now in oper
ation and the belief that tha institu
tlon would prove to be a real factor
tar the growth and development of
Grand Forks and vicinity as an indus
trial center, was the opinion expressed
this afternoon by a number of stock
holders, prominent business men and
turners from throughout the sur
rounding community, who are in the
city today for the annual meeting of
the stockholders of the organization.
Visit Plant.
Nearly one hundred shareholders
plant, situated north of the city. Two
large busses were used to transfer
the passengers to and from the city,
and opportunity was afforded to every
visitor to see the new plant in opera
tion.
Pleased With Establishment.
T1"
°th!V
mlrrLfnn l? ^nin«.£°
upbuilding of the industries of the
ASK FOR and GET
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BEST LARD
*&•:>• perlb..
GATHERED HERE
FOR ANNUAL MEETING PRAISE
NORTHERN PACKING CO. PLANT
were in attendance at the business truck, just as successfully as by
session, which opened this afternoon
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gave unstinted praise of the plant,! This evenine at 7-?o n'rlnnv th»
1X^25 first time stockholdera ^jf the'" company^
Jils morning. The plant in Grand have a dinner at the Hotel Dacotah.
Porks will be of great benefit to the
Horlick's
HM
Original
Malted Milk
For .Infante and Invalids
A»i laitotiHi and Sabititutai
Arneson Mercantile Co.
Kw Stare flat fti Always Bier
and the Stare That AffralMes
Tew Trade.
tUUK GRAJTD PORKS. MOOT.
WJS MAKK DELIVERIES TO ALL PARTS OP GRAND FORKS AND
EAST GRAND PORKS, MIVVlCSflTH
Special Sale for Tuesd
lay, Wednesday & Thirsdaj
26c
Best Dairy Butter
farmers," Mr. LaBine said, "and de
serves the co-operation of all of the
farmers of this section of the state."
In speaking of the plant, which he
visited this morning, Nels Malm, of
Argyle, owner' of large farming and
live stock interests near Grand Forks,
said this afternoon that the plant
was now in tine shape, and that this
city might well be proud of the in
stitution. "i have been watching the
growth of the plant from the start,"
Mr. Malm said, "and am more than
well pleased with the result The
plant is up to date in every, detail,
and is modern in every feature." Mr.
iIa'inJ^said "lat
while
had the opportunity to dispose of any
0
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age of the market had been repaid
with the service received.
Gets Better Results.
"I am mighty well pleased with
the plant," said I. D. Sheets, a farm
er living near Arvllla, and having
large farming as well as live stock
interests. Mr. Sheets said that the
plant benefited the small as well as
the large live stock dealer, because
small shipments could be made by
freight, and stated that a carload of
at 3 o'clock in the Commercial club his own stock had beta marketed and
rooms, and practically all of the the returns received in four hours
guests were taken this morning on a I time, while the -St. Paul market: district have been authorized to as-
the
Of the Powers Lake bank at Powers Hans Georgesen of Niagara, one of I
tour of inspection of the packing shipments required at least five days !sure applicants that they may select 111
stated was also smaller on account of
the short distance, and said that the
plant promised to be a boom for the
farmers living near Grand Forks.
Leonard Hanson, of Buxton, cash
ier of the First National bank there,
and owner of several farms there, ex-
the leadinB
Sthwi manager of the shippers' association army is open to young men who de
institution of the Northern Packing
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in
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a
5? if Packing plant knew how to treat the dent to travel and service in new en
•r* ofshippers. Having been connected vlronment, according to the recruit
state can co-operate to the
with
a
•tate.
A. I* Parr of Drayton, N. D., and as
Frank LaBine of Argyle, both prom- here.'
ment farmers in their communities,
wen
R.nimp,
and a, program of interesting
speeches has been arranged for. Ad
dresses will be made this afternoon
by President M. F^ Murphy, and re
ports of directors will be given.
Election of officers, advisory commit
tee and directors will be held this
afternoon.
CASH SALES.
Chicago, Jan. 20.—Corn No. 2 mix
ed 1:62 No. 2 yellow not quoted No.
3 yellow 1.50 1-2.
Rye No. 2, 1.73 [email protected] 5-4.
Birthdays, Holidays,
"ens, Vi
Voyage
express delicate sentiments that are
not associated with common wares.
ptfmlar —mrtmsmt* mmd mam
The Pack Factory, Minneapolis, Minn.
Wlwriwi
Oood Candy
Is BoM
Tit*
Mark of
Confection
PerfecUoa
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for the transaction. Shrinkage he I any one of twenty-nine camps
army posts in the United States to
serve at, according to' instructions
received today by Corporal J. Grod
zinsky.
,e Packing plant is a credit not. pressed himself as well pleased with Barracks, New Orleans, La., on the
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ATLAS OAT MEAL
55 CMS.
pkg.
per pkg.
26c
GPAND FORK8
STOCKHOLDERS
BUmBONDS
Take Advantage of Oppor
tunity to Purchase In
dustrial Securities
Several of the stockholders ofc the
Northern Packing company, who are
here today for the annual meeting of
the concern, have, taken advantage of
the opportunity offered by their visit
to the city to purchase mill and ele
vator bonds, according to L. W. My
ers, secretary of the Commercial
club.
The announcement made Monday
that the action brought to test the le
gality of the bond
he had not yet, heard iTy the supreme court^on April
12,
of his stock through the plant, he the securities to some extent, as re-
opinion that (neighbors of
had already taken advant­
w"°
is expected to assist the sale of
gardless of what the .decisioh may be,
many people will be clad to .have the
matter cleared Up one way or the
other.
A number of orders are also being
received from the country districts.
ARMY RECRUITS MAT
SERVE AT ANY OF 27
TRAINING STATIONS
As a special inducement for three
year enlistments in the army before
March 15, recruiting officers of this
The posts cover all parts of the
United States from Fort Snelling, St
Paul, Minn., on the north, to Jackson
plant, and said that he was en- south, and Fort Ethem Allen, Burling-
'F. Hanks, cashier thusiastic over the outlook. ton, Vt, on the east to Camp Kear-
ney. c*l«.
in the west
county farmers, and Practically every branch of the
Niagara, was also here for the i8ire to improve their education, learn
stated that the Northern j& trade or enjoy the excitement inci-
the Niagara association, he is in tag officer.
position to judge the workings and I There are also a few openings In
The plant Is a benefit to all. management of the packing concern, organizations in the canal zone. Ha
as the marketing conditions
waii, the Philippines and Alaska.
SWEET AMENDMENT
CLEARS UP CASES
FOR THE RED CROSS
Provisions of the "SWeet bill,"
amending the war risk insurance laws
are clearing up a number of) "tough
cases" in the hands of J. B. Wineman,
chairman of the home service section
of the Red Cross.
Three provisions in particular of
the new bill afreet a number of local
cases. Drafted men not accepted* at
camp are now entitled to compensa
tion. Any man who was inducted by
his local draft board, who, without
being accepted at camp, was injured,
is entitled to the compensation.
Any person who entered the service,
or who was drafted, without being
accepted at camp between April 6,
1917, and November 11, 1918, who be
fore the expiration of 120 days be
came totally disabled or died without
having applied for Insurance, is
deemed to hav* applied for and been
granted sufficient automatic insurance
to pay such person $25 per month
during life.
Several local cases were cleared up
by the provision that relatives are
entitled to compensation payments of
deceased. These provisions benefit a
great many men who before were not
entitled to anything from the bureau
of war risk insurance.
STRENUOUS EFFORT
FOR FULL COUNT
IN FEDERAL CENSUS
A strenuous effort is being made to
day to secure a full count for Grand
Forks in the federal census.
All mail carriers in the city are
carrying supplies of census enumer
ation blanks which are being supplied
to citizens living on their routes who
have not been counted as yet.
Blanks have also been distributed at
the public schools in order that they
may be sent home by the children in
cases where the family has not been
counted.
The blanks must be mailed tonight
to H. D. Allert,/di8trict director of the
census at Langdon.
A number of reports have been re
ceived during the day at the Com
mercial club.
This ,is positively the last day for
the enumeration, which has already
extended two days beyond the time
originally scheduled.
Judge Cole Is Honor
Guest 01 Rotary Gob
At a meeting of the Grand Forks
Rotary club held this noon. Judge A
T. Cole of Fargo, now presiding at
the January term of district court,
5a?, _? honor guest at the luncheon.
Following the luncheon, Judge Cole
made a short address, in which he
emphasized the duties of American
citizenship, and the respect which
citiuns of the United States should
hold for the fundamental laws, and
tlonai and state constitutions.
Attorney Tracy Bangs of this city
also made a short address and ex
pressed sentiment bearing out those
of Judge Cole.
Stockholders Hold
Annual Meeting Here
The annual meeting of the Ras
mussen-Bemis company of this city
was held last night in the office of
the IImi, and election of officers and
directors was the important feature
of the Bession. All officers and direc
tors were elected to hold offices dur
ing the coming year, Including M.
Rasmussen, president
SH
ed
v.
SLili-J
E. Bemis
of Inkster, vice president J. C. Ras- 1now Includes: The
mussen. secretary and treasurer. hank. Northwestern
Together with these men, E. J. 'Lan
der and M. F. Murphy were elected
directors.
Vfty Drink
Coffee at an
1
Outfit Defeated 14
to 3 in Contest 7
Today,
®*«PPard rink, represent­
c?urIinK
association
®f won from the.Duluth
of 4
by Currier
with ajacore
ln event
of the annual
^°nsPieI being held at
Duluth. according to a dispatch re
ceived .here this afternoon.
lta rt2w?®i^i:.I^?batt,*
sreilt
3L. y~ d,efeatlng
S
14
Mlnneapo-
"f which was defeated yester
day. 4am« hack into the limelight to-
Elmer Whyte's
JPuluth rink, 14 to ».
hopped into the lead In

defeat*
Hochon's Winnipeg rink,
waif«r *K,nS.la
tte
*ame event
waiter who has not lost & game,
continued by defeating Dr S. Ad
ams of Hibblng, 14 to 9. G.A.E.
Finlayson busied two buttons off his
trimn,ing
apolis rink,
date *ht
1
Comb's Minne­
11
to
10,
in one of the
samea
the spiel to
"J®"1* a bad beating yester
Joe Rooney's Hibblng rink went
«"®nt, defeating Tuckwood of Portage
to 10
to the Superior event.
DRIVE FOR JEWISH
WAR RELIEF BEING
CONTINUED TODAY
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war
reI,«f
Monday morning met with
continued success today with twenty
eight residents of the city conducting
a thorough canvass. It is expected
that a definite statement of the
amount raised so far will be available
Wednesday morning.
With one-third of the $12,000 quota
already subscribed by Jewish people
of Grand Forks, the drive started yes
terday morning and was reported to
he surprisingly successful. Commit
tee members expect to have little dif
'teulfr In raising the quota.
The campaign will continue all'
week with the canvassers divided Into
two-men teams and it is expected that
by the close of the drive all sections
of
the city will have been reached.
No definite reports of the success
of the drive in the county were avail
able today other than that in a gen
eral way the canvassers were getting
good results.
FRENCH PAMPHLETS
MAT BE SECURED BT
OVERSEAS ARMY MEN
Corporal J. Grodzlnsky of the army
recruiting office still has a number of
French pamphlets issued in appreci
ation of the service of American sol
diers during the war.
Thesis pamphlets may be secured by
charge certificates. Former soldiers
in this section who have not received
one of these pamphlets may secure
them by mail if they will send their
discharge to the recruiting officer
here. The discharge will be returned
with the pamphlet.
SAILORS MAY NOW
SECURE REGULAR
VICTORY BUTTONS
United States sailors can now se
cure their victory buttons according
to Chief Boatswains Mate Kendryx
who returned this' morning from the
district office at St Paul. The buttons
to be issued are identical to those
issued former army men, silver but
tons for those who were wounded
and bronze for all others.
Former navy men may secure the
buttons by filing their original dis
charge papers with the recruiting of
ficer in the federal building and ap
plying for the service 'Insula to be
yrorh with .civilian clothing. The of
ficer will forward the discharges to
the district office where they will be
in*rir«»d and returned with the vic
tory button.
GOVERNMENT STORE
WILL PROBABLY NOT
BE LOCATED HERE
It Is unlikely that a government
store will be located in Grand Forks
unless some one in the postoffice is
willing to take it over judging from
a communication received /today by
Assistant Postmaster J. J. Dunlap'
from Major A. G. Aldrich who was
here on the matter last week.
Major Aldrich contemplates re
turning to Grand Forks this week
for further work on the matter. If
no government store is established
goods would have
specified price.'
Gearing House Assn.
Has Elected Officers
For The Ensuing Year
Officers for the year were elected
at the annual meeting of the Gmnd
Forks Clearing House association
Monday.afternoon..Th^ First Savings
bank of Grand Forks waa admitted to
membership in the association,at this
meeting.
Officers elected are: G. R. Jaco"bi,
president O. S. Hanson, vice presi
dent W. B. Fuller, secretary NV J.
Nelson, treasurer W. 8.' Dickinson,
manager.
The membership of the asiwciatlon
HUM
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drive that
HEARING UPON
Will be Held in Grand Forks
By State Board on
February 16.
-i. Several Grand Forks mail carriers
here it is possible that a community have signified their intention of leav
order clerk jrlll be named to. accept in^ the postal service In the near fu
oraers for the government supplies ture according to Assistant Postmas
on a-ten per c«tat commission. The ter Ji J. Dunlap.
to be sold at a
First National
National bank.
Northern State bank and the. First
Savings banfertof Grand IYHJES^N. D..
and the FlFst National bank and the
Firat State baak of J9ast Grand Fortes,
Mian.
AMERICAN TROOPS
AGAIN VICTIMS
OF INFLUENZA
Washington, Jan.' 26.—Xnfiuensa
has become epidemic among American
soldiers at Camp Grant, Rockfbrd,
III., and Che Great Lakes haval train
ing station, Burgeon General Ireland,
of the amy announced today. Smal-:
ler epidemics have been rqiorM from I
Love lleld. Texas, and] Fort Sheridan,
fU., Oeherar ireland said, aad the dis-
Is prevalent among American
roops in IBu
^ope.
AOANDfDAm
ijan. 19.—Senator
lot Obto. wilt'be*.
nsndldate tw the
demooratk) presidential nomination
.VttMil
anttftlf* hsadquarteni wilt
tXi ,tt •l&A
mi
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A Hearing in connection with put
ting into operation several of the, pro
visions of the state wage law' for ,,
army men who. served in France dur-! women will be held in Grand Forks! P'etion in district court. It is expected
ing the war by showing their dis- February 16 by the state workmen's that the case will go to the Jury late
compensation board, according to
word received hete today.
This.is one of a series of hearings to
be held in various cities of the state.
Minimum wages for women and
minors and standards of- hours and
conditions of employment for women
and minors will be covered in the
hearings, the compensation commis
sion to base its orders on findings
ihade in the series of hearings,
The hearings.are dated as follows:"
Bismarck, January 26 Dickinson,
January 30 Jamestown, February 3
Valley City, February 6 Fargo, Feb
ruary 10 Grand Forks, February 16
Devils Lake, February119 Minot, Feb
ruary 25, and Williston February 28.
Any person -interested, in the ques
tions at issue is privileged to appear
and testify, the' announcement says.
First Of Business I
Lectures Given At
Y. M. C. A. Last Night
The first of a series of educational
business lectures to be held at the t.
M. C. A. each week was given last
night in the association parlors.
Secretary W. H. Nagel of the asso
ciation has laid plans' for a series of
these lectures on various, subjects of
Interest such as advertising, banking
and salesmanship to be held each
Monday evening in the T. M. C. A.
parlors.
Last evening J. F. Bicon, general
manager of The Herald, spoke on the
subject of "Advertising." Next Mon
day evening at 8 o'clock M. C. Bach
eller, secretary of the Northwestern
Trust company, will speak on "The
Trust Business."
MAIL CARRIERS ARE
LEAVING POSTOFFICE
Al. Bourassa has already resigned
to accept a position with the Congrebs
Candy Co. of this city and three or
four others anticipate leaving.
ONLY BULLETIN
SHEETS ISSUED
IN WINNIPEG
Winnipeg, Man., Jan. 20.—Winni
peg newspapers for the third con
secutive day restricted their service to
a small bulletin sheet today. The
University of Manitoba published a
small paper to chronicle local news.
Local publishers are making efforts
paper.
ADVERTISE* SiV7.
EURALGIA
or Hsadachs—
nib the fore^teaf~
and temples with
VICES VAPORl
"YOUR BODYGUARD" 30f.t0t
Constniction
A-y:
The Ontano Store
Dear' Madam:—
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We believe we are being of real service to you
when we urge you to lay in a supply of winter under
wear fejr the family fqr next winter.
Every indication points towards still higher
prices and we believe the saving you will make will
well repay you for the advance investment.
P. S.—Our mail order department will hiake careful selections for out
of town customers.
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CASE
RY TODAY
TO
Long Trial of Man Charged
With Larceny Near End
In District Court
With arguments of the Frank Mil
ler grand larceny case nearlng corn-
this afternoon.
SAVE 1-2
O N W I N E
CLOTH COATS
You can choose from any
coat in the stock. Some are
fur trimmed. Some are self
trimmed.
Coats Can Be Worn
For Spring
and then next fall and win
ter you will find you have
made a: wonderful added
saving- in addition to the
one-half ofnow.
313 DeMers Ave.
Coats Range From $20 up
PAID-UP STOCK
W-
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Further witnesses in the case were
on the stand this morning and addi
tional conflicts of testimony resulted.
Witnesses called by the state in their
testimony offer several flat contradic
tions of the testimony of Frank Miller
and his mother.
Miller is charged with being impli
cated in the theft, of an automobile
here last summer for which three men
who confessed to their part in the
theft are already serving sentences of
one year each In the pnitentiary.
UBERCRR BONDS.
New York, Jan. 20.—Prices of lib-?
erty bonds at 2:55 p. m. today were:
3 1-2's 08.88 first 4's 92.06 second
4's 90.7b first 4 1-4's 92.36 second
4 1-4's 91.18 third 4 1-4's 93.20
fourth 4 1-4's 91.30 Victory 3 8-4's
98.46 Victory 4 3-4's 98.44.
FOR SALE
Ati INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
There to available rlght at Ato pardoalar tftnn
a very United uout of Paid Vp old
ing and Loan StockT[
Km can Invest any Mm from a Few Hundred
Dollars uy. with the priiilege of oalUneto
rpor Investment at the tad of six mouOmtJ«
yeu -a «r
untafftenalwiis
can AT OH(S.
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