to Reorganize Nation
al Guard Body Will Soon
r:Ste|ia:for the reorganization of tho
machine gun company of the First
North Dakota national guard regi
ment in this city will be inaugurated
'Within a short time.
At tho request of Adjutant General I
Fraser the putting into execution of 1 P"u Episcopal church, This service,
steps for the reorganization of the commcmorat.ve of the hours during
/machine gun unit were held up until Christ suffered on the cross, is
the reorganisation of company had annually in the Episcopal
baen completed, in order that the two|cn'Jrcn' i.
organisations might not hamper each
Will be Held by Both Catho
lic and Protestant
Good Friday will be generally ob
served tomorrow by the churches of
A number of Protestant churches
wilt unite in the services to be held
4% compound interest paid on sav
First National Bank
of Grand Forks, N. D.
The Diet ML INFLUENZA
Porlafint%!BV«lidian40ni*ingCUMf«a.|raeliig|lk,BMlMd (rain extract in Powdar
the Original Food-Drink For All Ages |No CnuHt—N—faMwg Ptg—HbW
12 o'clock noon to 3 p. m. at St.
V, other I pastors of the city will be given dur
.. ling the service. Those desiring to at
formation of company is tend are not expected to remain for
now practically complete, however, il the entire service unless they so de
is expected th it work on the machine ^rr
'"L The ^machine gun company is the Mary's Catholic churches.
•-.^senior of the two organizations as far I
as Grand Forks is concerned having Want Renomination of McDonald
been organized here in 1913. Petitions are out. for the renonrtnation
'of Don. McDonald, present register of
Camden, N. J.—Pete Herman, ban- [deeds, who was elected to the office in
Jam weight champion, defeated "K. 1918. McDonald is secretary of the
Joe O'Donnell in eight rounds. I grand lodge or the I. O. O. F.
WILL YOU HAVE A
Every three months we cut a melon in our
tarings department and every customer gets
a share. This amount will be distributed
today. Are you in on it If not, get in now
to be ready for the next time.
services for the day will
I be held at both St. Michael's and St.
has a lot to do with the, way you feel, as
well as the way you look. When you
mingle with a well-dressed crowd you
won't look well-dressed unless you feel
well-dressed. If you apt one of those,
chaps who "knows his own mindM—one of
those "hard to suit" folks -—you'll choose a
These shirts fit. Th6 collar bands stay
where they tek^gJiThere are no unex
acros^ the chest and the
,sleev(ps are made in all lengths: You can
a Summit Shirt that will ifit yott^ No
to«ase th£ $W^here,prsqvinn-..|
I if *he''«®
Advantages of enlistment in the
United States army are well set forth
in an etsay written Ay Joseph Murphy,
aged 1-4, a pupil in the eighth grade
of St. ^Michael's parochial school, who
resides at 1410 International avenue,
This essay was awarded first prize
among those submitted by the grade'
school pupils of this city in the recent
army recruiting service essay contest.
Lit. Col. T. J. Rogers, district re
cruiting officer says of it. "It shows a
remarkable insight into the benefits to
be derived from an enlistment in the"
Tj'hc essay follows:
The Advantage of an Enlistment in
the,i". S. Army.
The purpose of the army is to de
fend the country, and by it the men
selected for the aisnv are given an
education and an opportunity to learn
a trade. ...
GRAND FORKS HERALD, TpURgBAY AP&IL I, 1920
SWEARING IN NEW SECRETARY OF STATE MinotMan, Sentenced
Photo shows Miles M. Shand (right), .chief of the appointment division
of the state department, swearing Bainbrtdge Colby following the, senate's
conflrmation»of Colby's appointment as secretary of state.
Parochial School Pupil's
Essay Shows Insight
Army Officer Praises Work
of Joseph Murphy, Aged
14, Awarded First Place
ong Efforts of Local
rade School Scholars,
tificate registration card of persons
registered under' the selective serVice
regulations or the. certificate of the
father, mother or legal guardian.
From the first day\ the army looks'
after its men. On, the first day the re
cruit is given a thorough examination
from head to foot by the officers and
authorities of that line. So thorough
Is the tqst that defects which at first
seem trifling are discovered and remeT
died which have been known when
undiscovered' to enlarge until they
menace the life* of the afflicted sol
dier. Life in t.he open air soon makes
the best of health. The death rate of
the aHny is four to one hundred thou
sand while that of the civilians was
seven per-one hundred thousand.
The food of t.he army t- based ori
the best scientific data as to the re
quirements of individuals 'and meals
are varied for the best results.
The United States troops are serv
ing in many foreign countries and
other stations beyond the' continental
A United Sta.te^ te^qjer has the op
portunities to- see tfouhtry which many
boys, haven't the chance to see. The
recruits may choose the following
branches: Infantry, field artillery, cav
alry. coast artillery, engineers, air
service, signal corps, medical depart
ment, quarter master corps, motor
transport corp ordnance department,
construction division, tank' corps, or
The age lfrnit of the army is from! chemical warfare service.
eighteen to forty years inclusive, ex- Jvlucation.
cept for the staff corps it (s exte^Jed There has seldom been a time ,in the
to fifty-five years. Minors between the history of the military establishment
ages of eighteen and twenty-one •years' when an enlisted man of ambition.and
of age may bo accepted without the/determination could not improve him-
consent of. thfeir parents or guardians
but no applicant under thie age of
twenty-one will be accepted until the
recruiting officer has first verified his
age by Birth certificate or school eer-
self along educational and vocational
A soldier can learn a. trade while in
the army. After ho is out of the army
lie will have a trade to fall back on.
The pay of a soldier is all clear
money as lie gels everything free, such
as board, lodging, clothing, medical
attention and practically cveri'thijig
except laundry. The rate of wages are
from to J121.50 a Jiionth
Upon completion of thirty years'
service the soldier, is'given a pension
of- $67.50 a month and requires no
Service in return. The Government
offers to the .soldiers the cheapest in
surance in the world, an, insurance
that is backed by the tremendous re-
sources of tho United States and of
fefs all the inrlvicements advertised by
commercial ?i)ftipanies. Only .you can
avoid it: by falling'-to "p%y the-premium
when .due." No creditp'r" no tax.'coJtcc
tor. no court, «an toU'pH .ijt.
Last Company Boy
Grafton, X. I)..- April. 1.—Leslie
Norton, the la.si .member of tld Com
pany C, Graf:or'sj honored military
organization reach home,- arrived
early lhis wo'-k. TWSrton comes back
after Three n.rs' servicp which haa
taken him to i'l paints of.western Eu
rope.' He -weni a.s a*private and re
turns as'a regimental sergcaftt major,
tho" highest, nori'-commissioned''bffici.
in the service.
Boy Scout Movemfciat'
Launched At Grafton
Grafton, N. I)., April 1.—Under the
leadership of Rev. D. A. Mcl^ean a
Boy Scout movement has been-put on
foot here witli April 4 set as regis
ion day. Both parents and boys
Your :Ey?5 9° More
Than B^ni|1lrour Ikying
of comfdrt, of Inspiration, of hap
piness. Without them—and their
marvelous fui^tfon of Bight—
man loses his" nips't, precip.us
piiysjca possrssjo^." ,^
Mtnot, Iff. D.,- April 1-iJohh
Snyttor, ,• sentenced in- district
court here tor the killing of a
pool hall proprietor following ft
tilt relative to a nickel-in-tlw-slot
michlnc, ,mus allowed to go to the
penitentiary unattended. The
man, placed on his honor, acci
dentally failed to make connec
tions with, the warden who was
sent to meet him at the depot, 09
maiif his way to the penitentiary
himself and reported fop service.
Snyder will serve ten years.
Members of Mather, chapter Rose
Following the ceremonial banquet in
which Knights of Rose .Croix only take
part, will come the ccremony of the
Extinguishing of the Lights, per
fbrmed by the .officers of the chapter.
Thfe final feature of the occasion
will be a banquet in the "dining room
of the temple at which all Master
Masons of Grand Forks and East
Grand Forks are Invited to be present.'
A program of addresses will be given
The members of St. Aldemar's com
niandery, K. T., will go to Crookstrfn
Sunday at tho invitation of Constant
tine Commandery of that city for the
Easter Sunday services,.
I glad when
It means a
"if?**'''' v^gL- .'
To Penitentisry, Keepi
His P«ith,Wilfc'SliWf®OWiteBr^ Sd*M.
/Grafton, N. D. April l.r-W. J.
Mai-re. county' auditor for Walsh
county, has greatly pleased his friends,
bv making a definite announcement
following a rather embarrass'"!? in-j
I dorsement of. his candidacy.
VNonpartisan league of this eoun•
When it was reported th^t Mr. i^a
Marre had been endorsed at the coun
\ity conventloti of- Townleyites held
•I Here some ,tlMe ago, a murmur of *ir-|
prise went up among X^Marre S
friends. The embarrassing
ANCIENT RITES TO
BE OBSERVED THIS
EVENING AT TEMPLE
the situation, however, was quite well]
Auditor iAMarre, in an announce-,
ment published this week,, makes clear
His position in a manner that can not
be obieoted to by cither side. Xle ex-
plains that the endorsement was made
Without his consent: or knowledge, ir
!"it was-made at all. He affirms that he
I wishes to conduct his own campaig
f0r re-election on a
Cnoix will hold their" annual Maundy not a Nonpartisan league basis,^ano
Thursday* festival tonight at^ th« is the servant of all the taxpayers
'Made By Americans
PUBLICO (in foil)
2 for 25 cents
1 SANTA REY
10 cents* v,
They are worth it
'For sale at your dealer,
W. W. Fegan, distributor
Phone SSO s6§:N. «h* 'st.
DRS. BAASEN, BENSON,
Dr. Baasen specialises in Pyorrhea
Suite 12, Improvement Blk.
,T the start of each season men come to us
and ,isk» Wh^t is Socicty ^Brsnd show
ing?" When we display these nejnr ideas, as
we are doing, it is aidyance ibfortnation of
correct spritig styles.. j-r.., 1
?OR YOUNO AKD MEN WHO ST^Y YOUNG
in every stitch pf constniction. E^^ rarmont
||g|| is-'tsifi*e»| aHh^—the diHereii in prices is
merely in the cloth'i^d'tni^ihi& ^efahrir.^^
not the candidate of
any faction or el a
The embarrassment of an unhealthy
mouth is invariably the result of py
orrhea. that insidious disease of the
gums and teeth with which 75 p^r
cent of all men and women past 1
thirty are afflicted. Pyorrhea Is re
sponsible for painful, bleeding.
spongy, receding gpms loose teeth,
decayed teeth and loss of teeth.
PYROS eradicates pyorrhea and
keeps the gums, mouth and teeth
dean, healthy and sweet
JOHN H. TOLD, Draggfat
A. D. *C.
heire have been P^tceis said, by. tho
without their knowledge or «P:
Keep well ^Whenever your appetite
begins to flag.
sour stomach and
a coated tongue
Maui you, tHK6
rills and the
Good for maa woman Foe
aake atick to thla M,
SlecpldSKM and WiifcUMi
Iwlr knr ilfiitB*
Most Unhealthy Month*
Caused by Pyorrhea
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