lutlonsp&ssed by' Grind Forks
aphlc&l Union No. Sll oppos
lUtton by drganised labor with
"any* political organization upholding
the platforms of radicalism and1 un
American ism" wore presented to the
GrariA Forks Trades and Labor As
sembly at its meeting Wednesday
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Send only 11c with this coupon
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ful booklet on the care of the hair.:
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Enclosed find 11 cents (to cover
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'ackage of Brownatone.
v* Lightto Medium Brown or
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Ibrtc wtth dude wanted and mall with
tmr ftiM n»«i« and
y\*htr'%Ui OS ValalssSly'
... .. .There's no more pain after a few
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JiaUue and ^nstantly dries/'
.• The resolution w|M. laid oit the
table without any action being taken
(by the assembly.
TheNtext of the resolution which
deplores political action' by organised
Whereas, it has come to the atten-,
this Typographical Un(on that
there Is A tendency among some of
f.he members of the Trades and Labor
Assembly of Grand Forks' to drift
away from the time honored purposes
for which trades unions were origin
vally organised, and to engage the as
sembly in political activities as
Whereas, this union feels that such
tendencies and activities, are not for
the best Interests of trade unionism,
but are opposed to the fundamental
tenets, and purposes of organised la
Therefore, be it resolved by. this
refrain from such political activities,
and' that they should continue to
function only for the best interests of
trade unionism, and should go on
record as oppobed to any ^filiation
with any political organisation up
holding the platforms of radicalism,
and un-American ism as being detri
mental to the cause, of true unionism
and that a copy of this resolution be
mailed to the secretary of the Trades
and Labor Assembly to be read at
their next meeting also that it be
published in the papers after such
Plane Landing Place
^Talked At Devils Lake
Devils Lake, N. D„ Feb. 12.^-A.
matter of vital importance was dis
posed of here at the' last meeting of
the commercial club when a commit
tee was appointed to confer with the
fair association relative to the selec
tion of a landing place for airplanes
on the new fair grounds.
Steps were also taken relative to
the proposed jumper parade here this
NOT TO SEND ANT MORE GOODS
Tokio, Jan. ^19.—(Mail)—A Tient
sin dispatch says the ..Japanese mer
chants there have, wired to Osaka,
requesting the factories not to send
any more goods until further notice.
This is on account of the Chinese
boycott against things Japanese.
Tknaudi of fwalllM swmt by Ms
jwmpt KMilts. iMipMSHt
aaA am about VS.
You know that nine in used in near#
all prescriptions ana remedies for eoughs.
The reason is that pine contains several
peculiar elements that have a remark
able effect in soothinc and healing-^the
membranes of the throat and chest. Pine
is famous for this purpose.
Pine congfy syrups are combinations
of. pine" and syrup. The "syrup" par*
}s usually plain sugar syrup.
To make the best pine coueh remedy
that money can buy, put 21/. ounoM
of Pinex in a pint bottle, ana fill up
with home-made sugar syrup. Or you
can use elarified molasses, honey, or corn
syrup, instead of sugar syrup./ Either
way, you make a full pint—more than
you can tyuy ready-made for three times
tlie money. It is pure, good and very
pleasant—children take it eagerly.
You can feci this take hold of a cough
or cold in a way that means business.
The cough may be dry hoarse and tight,'
or may be persistently 'loose from the
formation' of phlcKm'.' The' cause is the
saipe—jiiftamed&f mem'nriiies—and this
ex.|^^y^:««ifiwun will -stop
usually in ».nourf:orass. Splendid,
for bronoJKil' astl^Hl, hoarseness,
or any. ordinary thfoft .'ailment.
Einex is a highly concentrated com
pound of genuine Norway pine' extract,
and is fiimou3 tlie world over for itrv
prompt effect upon coughs.
Beware of substitutes. Ask your
ounces of Pinex" 'with
directions, and don't accept anything'
rise. Guaranteed to give absolute satis,
faction or money refunded. Til
Ft. W.°.yjie,' Ind.
Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
That i3 the joyful cry of thousands
since Dr.- Edwards produced Olive
Tablets, the substitute for calomel. No
griping results from these pleasant
little tablets. They cause the liver
and. bowels to act normally. They
never force ttiem to unnatural action.
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a
soothing, healing vegetable compound
mixed with olive oil.
If you have a bad ,taste, bad breath,
feel dull, tired, are constipated or
bilious, you'll find quick and sore re
sults from Dr. Edwatds1 little Olive
Tablets at bedtime. Or and 25c a box.
Take Salts to Flt?sh Kidneys
pnd Neutralize Irritat
Kidney and Bladder weakness re-
So suit from, uric acid| says a. noted an
—... s.t thority. The kidneys filter this acid.
from the blood and pass It on to the
bladder,' where It often remains to
Irritate and inflame, causing a burn
ing, scalding sensation, or setting up
an irritation at the neck of the blad
der. obliging you, to seek relief two or
three times during the night. The
sufferer is in. constant drtM, the
water passes sometimes with a
ing sensation And* is very^ profuse
again, there is diffleulty in avoiding it.
Bladdef weakness, mest folks call
Hit, because-- they\ can't control urina
tion. While it is extremely annoying
and sometimes very painful, tjhis i»
really one of the most. sinipfe ailmenU.
(o overcome. Oet about four ounces
of jad Wti from^^ur, 'pharinaolnt!
ind taJite a tablespooaial te a glass of
water bef«re breakfast, jentinoeyVUm
for two «r ttefe days. ,TO» fJH *ea
(ndlse^the .setds te. thi a# It no
lonfeer is a sptfroe of hrlta^on tooths
bladder ^jufo*rr, w»n» wfe|e|i
Jad Satt 4p. ...
MA.Je..nipde from theyaeld of (rapes
BRINGING UP FATHER
AMD BEFORE I W
UKE TO SAX JUST
DID ME ./
Hang on very tight and wc wUl soon
be at home by the fire.
so that he fell right over on- his back
with his feet pointing up in the air.
This cuff made the young Black Bear
very angry and he quickly arose to his
"I'll show you for that whether you
can whip me or not!" Blackie walked
over close to Browny and sprang at
him. Both of his arms fastened
around Browny's' neck and' he
squeezed him. so hard that Browny
had to.ery.fot mercy. ......-a.
"Stop, stop, I say!" cried Browny
as h4 struggled to release himself:
But Blackie-did riot stop—he just
squeezed tighter and tighter until
Browny fell exhausted to the ground
and Blackie on top of him.
Now, will you ever cuff me
"No, no! I'll never even speak to
you again if' you'll let me go—you've"
nearly squeezed me to death."
The young Black Bear let' go his
grip and Browny sighed a sigh Of
relief. Finally he said: "Why didn't
ypu tell me you were going to spring
upon me arid .I would have been,
•"Well, .you didn't tell .me when
you were going to cuff me or I would
have been ready too."
Tinker Bob had been watching
with interest the actions of the two
Bears. He was so much interested'in
the young Black fellow that he could
not refrain from speaking.
"Young Black Bear," said Tinker
Bob, "I am King of the Gipat Forest"
As he spoke Browny was so startled
tbat he started to run and he kept
'oil running: until he was out of sight.
But Blackie stood up on his hind
to listen. "I want you .to come,
with me. Here is a basket, climb in.
Now, hang, on -very tight and we
soon be «t* home Jyy7 the Are."
Blackie climbed' In quickly, tor lie
liked adventure as weU as the King.
Tlhker Bob then climbed into the
basket and tappe'd the stones and
the were off oil their journey to, the
King's hoftte in the Great Forest.
Toaeoerow A Kew Coaapsnfam.
Oraftao, N. D., ~Feb. 12,-^The Re
publican tammy convention to i«unS
delegates to. the state convention
called at Bismarck for February 17,
wsa held here Tuesdairw
The following deietrstes w«re
chosen to represent the cottnty at the
A ICeConinileC Grafton Ote J.l
Nordlle, Fairdale tMtvld _-IIonson,
Adams A. IC\ Bronsvold,- Bdinburg
O, "42. Xalthwank
4 Xalthwalk .Lampton Gilbert
IF HE OONT
It amused Tinker Bob so much ,to
see young Black Bear go rolling over
the ground like a ball of fur that he
could hardly refrain from -speaking..
But he knew that if he spoke a word,
the fun would be over so he re-,
mained silent. Black Bear didn't stay
down long for he wasn't made of that
kind of stuff. And when again on his
feet, he started after young Browny.
"Now, don't you come after me.
Black Bear," said "Browny, "or I'll
send you rolling over on the ground
Blackie stopped when he heard
these' words and said, "Well, my
Mother can whip you and I'll tell her
and it won't be well foe-you to cqme
this way tomorrow."
"Is that so? Well, my Mother can
whip your Mother so there, and I'm
not afraid of her, either,", and Browny
walkod over and cuffed Blackie again
BtiACKTE GOES HOME WITH TINKER BOB.
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By GEORGE MHAHUS TO SUPERVISE THE
SHIPMENT OF FOOD
TO THE NEAR
INE. BEEH OSTEHIN
1© rogR FRiENO-
SHIPPED TO ITALY
Bdmonton, Alta., Fib. 12.—Cattle
raised in this Section or in th» Peace.
River region to the norih ha^e been
started on their long journey io Italy!
Prime steers, and "Cows are in demand
across the witer and Italian stock
nlen have been paying fancy prices.
Large shipments of Alberta cattle
to Belgium also have been forecast.
Paris,' Feb. 12.—Col. E. P. Bioknell
and -Maj. James A. Mills of the Ameri
can Red Cros^ have lefi for Constan
tinople for the purpose of establish
ing ^headquarters there for a com
misslonwhich will supervise food
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RY IS FULfcY GUARANTEED
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Just fifty years ago ThU Winter he gave to the world a Pre
scription which has never been equalled for the weaknesses of women.
Many women in every hamlet, town or city will gladly testifyjthat
Dr. Pieirce's Favorite Prescription did ^hem a world of gocjd.
Another of this greatvpbysician's successful, remedies is known
ite Dr. Pierce's Golden M^calJJisc^very and, like the ."Prescnpj$n|J
is now sold by dri^psits' everywhere, in both liquid and tablets
This is probably the most efficacious discovery ever made in medi
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Edmonton Atta., Feb.- 12.'^4A..'pro
posal to test every ton of- coal roltaed
in Alberta ope or two deiits .fp pt-Or
vide funds for extensive research
work with Alberta coals wHl be pre
sented to Canadiali coal operatoTftrtttM
the provincial legislature^toy/thev Al
berta: Industrial assoclatfim,' jt -waa
decide^ at a rboent meeting here.^
Herald Want Ads Bripg
Among the notar '.
faapn of this coun
try who achieved
linefe was Dr. R. V.
Pierce, founder of
the Iffvalids' Hotel
and Surgical Insti
tute at Buffalo, N.
Y. Devoting .his
attention to the
specialty of. vram?
en's diseases, he
became a recog
nized authority in
that"line. His work,
Sense Medical Ad
viser," is 'now in'
over two and a half
million homes in
this country. an|
Europe. At on e
time Dr.Pierce rep
resented his homo
district in Gon-
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If- your, teeth are sensitive and you have
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Tdji'll welcome t^iis feature.
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