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Grand Forks herald. [volume] (Grand Forks, N.D.) 1916-1955, April 01, 1920, Image 5

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siting Parents—MrV P. J. Rog
and son are visaing Mrs. Rog
stads parents, Mrs. P. S. Petersen.
Pot Sale—Two brand new modern
Houses in Riverside Park. Also choice
',er/.,
corner lot. Peter iCljrver, 27 Conk-
'"VI IVVt A C11
'lji Ave,—Adv.
Meedng-r-The Grace
club held the final
Pilrm Club
"nwnshlp Fan
."'•eeting of the year Wednesday
boat's Anto Flntnrtilng Shop, 30»
South Third street, is the place hnjf
Is
t'Tne
to
fifcve us-paint your car
neforp the spring riish.la on.—Adv.
Notice—The annual meeting and
faction of G. 'F. township will" be
npid -Friday, -April 2. between 3 and
!. m., in School District .No. 4.—
Aav.
Second Annual Outer Dance—
Municipal hand. audltoriumT Monday,
April 5. Music by Emard's orchfes-
Tickets including war tax,
51.SO extra ladies. 75/cents. Free
:nd concert Sunday 4th, at 3 p. m.
Adv.
Masons and WiVea—AJ1 Master Ma
infi »he'r wives are invited to
attend both the Maundy Thursday
""Oily, and banquet tonight at the
-Masonic temple. Doors will be -«tpen
"i 8 o'clock and all guests are re
quested to be In their places not-lat
«'i' than 8:2.9 as the ceremonies will
'pRin promptly at 8:30 o'clock, and
'xnviot be interrupted by 'lat^ ^ar-
l'ivals.
Details of Shrine Trip—Complete
'ictails
regarding ,the rates from
Ttraced
pully
.*•" Sample of Bridgework
or1Teeth Without' Plates,
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Our Popular New York
Special Set" of Teeth
The Whalebone Rubber
Popular-Rriced Set of Teeth
Artistic New York Dentures
One of Our Finest Sets
FRPE EXAMINATION
make no charge^for examination of yaur'teftth,
(n ease you require dental work we wlll' tell you
frank VJust what is needed "and give you an accurate
ei^r
^imate in-advance, of the cgat. Do not contract for
any dental work .until you have earned our. price
and examined specimens of otfr'work.
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13-15 South T$r«
Oyer Belter & jBegg'j' I%one 650
\tH
l^|m:iiM fo*H
Good be more delicious
than ever. Special seasoning qils are
Mmd._ Pliiee your order tloday with
jrofar grocer. Ihe|at upon Kanfmann'a
r—Adv. .•J-*:-.:-.,-''.: *r
Jnfant SOB''IMM—Th?' remains' of
Harris Wllberg, the two weeks' old
son of Mr. rad Mrs. Victor Wilberg
were shipped to Barlette, ^1. D.,'
Wednesday for burial. Death oc
curred Wednesday evening..
R. ,3rumiHer C. C. p. K. Baai:
man,- 1£.*R. S.
New Bnstneas to Be Started-~Thc
^prenson Silo and Tractor companV
will open business at 202 South Third
street abont April 15, in the former
company. Sam Sorenson, who hap
traveled.for tractor concerns-jtor the
last eighteen years, will manage the
company.
Placement Ofltoqr Here—.Fred W.
Zeller, placement offlcer of the feder
al board for vocational training, ar
rived in this city this morning to
malfe arrangements for placing the
m^n who have made application for
vocational training. He' will return
to Minneapolis this morning.'
'itand -Forks_to Portland ana return
for the Shrine convention to be held
ilif-re in June have bfeen received by
l"cal Great Northern officials. The
ir.und trip fare is $78 and the tickets.
ire good until October 31. A special of work and is known, by a number of! GRAIN" RECEIPTS,
train for the_trlp_ will leave Grand^ people hen^ His headquarters are in' Minneapolis. April 1.—Whjeat
ne^t^eli^fTeig® ^nt°hforBthe
C. ,R. I.
A
covered this territory in' the same line
iijd
Forks June lB and wilb carry Grand'Minneapolis where he will return this ceipts 167 cars, compared with 178
i.nrks ^ind North Dakota Shriners. evening. cars a year ago.
Are Alarming
HE number of ijases eff rheumatism and other serious illnesses now being trac
ed to unsound teeth is almost beyond belief. Medical sciences has defi!nitely
the connection bety/een abscesses/tit, the roots ofueetrh (whiqh give no
warning pain in the teeth) and disorders 'ifi all parts of the body. It is the heiglit of
to take chances with your health by ignoring the condition of your teeth.. A
it'ftal examination at least'ev^ry six ntohths will detect the smal^ defects in time to
orcvent injury to the general health.
ifil'
,We Make No Charge For/
Examination of the Teeth
A'tpSj
*S14ft ,»"' 'i '3rt -fe' tvl 5"* 'Vrt: »«:if" •'""'l'^-' I
•$m
The
augurated.
Good Friday wUl be, observed
morrow lri churches of city.
Ancient Maundy Thursday rites.will
be held tonight at Masonkrtempl*.
Knights tf Pythias—rA meeting of booked for thc Grand. Forks fair to
the Knights of Pythias wil be hela. be held in July. 'V ^V
a 8 A a
requested to'."be present as the ques- Fair directors discuss improvements
tion of buying a home will bo decided at' live stock pavilion.
at this Uni'JV Lunch will be. served,
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Oard of Hmnks—Wp wish to thank
our friends and' neighbors, and also
the carpenters' union, for their Ithjd
ness and sympathy during the Illness,
and death of our dear wife and moth
er, also for—the beautiful floral of
ferings. Thomas Menzies and chil
dren.—Adu-_^.
Excellent attractions are l«h»g
H. H. Tuttle resigns as Registrar of
university to accept \position with
Grand Forks laundry:
County farm. h»iej*^agent will go
to Devils Lake formeeting Friday.
"Human Fly" will-put on climbing
stunts Saturday
Fdneral services for the late -Mike
Harrington were held here this morhr
ing.
Rev. J. G/York will go to Mlnot and
Bottineau next'week in the int'ercsf
location of the Pa«|lsness Plumbing "of the Jnter-'Ghttrch World movement.
Xoung
If we find that you •are in need of dental work we will
tell you In advance just what it will cost, based on our sched
UJ0 of lower prices. If your:1 teeth' are in good condition you
will be out nothing, flor the examination and you will experi
ence a feeling of satisfaction that will bcNvortft rriuch to vou.
t.
Our schedule of lower prices is based on'
Quantity purchases of materials and supplies
and our heavy volume of practice.
BRIDGEWORK
of Best Construction
The ideal method of permanently replac
ing missing teeth. Per tooth
=b A.
NEW YORK SPECIAL
Set of Teeth
Foils: gnaranteed in
Our low ppice
One of oar most
priced sets, ,only
every particular.
NEW YORK DENTURES
Kb finer plates made. Upper'or lower
.y.aeto, specially jwi^ed .......
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Today
.a
AcHvesleps for reorganization of
mjich&eiruh company ^111 soon be ijn-
People's night will be held
this evening at Baptist church.
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Pjans are perfected for hearing on
deep waterway plan to be held
April 27.
Dean Joseph Kennedy wasspeaker
today at rinlversity convpcatlgn.
Tornado basketball team wins
basketball championship of Y. M. Q.
A.
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State university closes today for
an^f
EwteTvacat'ion
P. railway, arrived hert, Easter vacAtion
last night. Mr. Bennett was solicitingL fji-i
business and will come here regulttrlv' jJH laundry
from now on. Several years ago he
is reRtlnf? cas,ly
toda^-
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12
7
WHALEBONE RUBBER
Set of Teeth
$
popa^ar moderately
The-Artistic'
12
$
aq^ssBBsssssss:
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Mother urork is slven us.. .• 'km
25
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.P^INLksS EXTRACTION
Patients who are sensitive, about having teeth
ptflled can come-to us with every confidence that the
extraction will be rendered painless by the usel ot
NOVOCAIN, the 'Wonderful anaesthetic.
charge for Extraction ^hen reasonable ^rder
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Mr:t
,£.
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You Art Fully Plrotected by Our^Bindmg Guarantee Which
'Coras all( Dental Work and Our Financial Ability to Back Ev^
tty Claim We Make.
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Grand Fbrks, N. D.'
Opening Evenings by Appointment
Hjc*
iK
WATERTSRE(
to-
.The water in tyie^ fl^odM district
continues
ta
recede. ¥ie sidewalks in
all of tl^ flooded distriit tiorth of the
N. 'P. tracks near' JnteriatienaV avenue
is now dry. The .roads1in this section
of the city although rather muddy as
yet are drying up as fast as can be
•expected sovtfiAt by next'"week little
difficulty ijd ^ravel will be experienced.
Farmers Citing in town stote that
.seeding .operations wilt be somewhat
delayed due-to the col| spell thfet has
set in tpday. In many places the^water
remains on the fields^. The roadfs how
ever are becoming better adapted t*o
travel* so that, travel Is' not scriouf^y
hampered.
£PUNTT CONFEPNCE
SET FOR tfoft WEEK
with friends and relatives in that
city. ..
Asmund Asmundsor., 'an old settler
of Sullivan township, is reported as
being very seriously ill with,cancer of
the stomach.
The banks and posiofllce will bp
elospd Friday. April on account of
Good Friday being a legal holiday in
the Ktate of Minnesota.'' •-,
Emi
1 Weidner who his been em
ployed on^tho Dunlevr farm south
east of the citv during the past win
ter has left for Chicago where he will
spend the. next two weeks visiting
wittj friends and relatives in that city
after which he will rettjrn to this city
9*fd resume his duties on the Dunievy
farm.
Miss Carrie Peu rsoji. \vho has been
visiting at the home or Mrs. John
Martin of South Third street, returned
to her home at Fertile today.
A number of local -business men
.left today for CroukKton Among whom
were T. A. Sullivan arid his Son Louis
Edward J. Zeidlik. James Krasl, F.
Massee, George Dowiiham and Will
iam J. Ra^Smusson.
Everett Cape.s rrturnrd\ to Fargo
last evening after attending the wed
ding of his sister. Miss Edna Capes to
Frank A.' Foster Wednesday.
,• Mrs. James B.'.k' r, 669 Allen ave
nue, has as her ^uest this week, her
sister, Mrs. C. J{. Lind' of hake Park,
Minn. .j.
Rev. Fathor'S uinpf, assistant pas
,tor of the Sacred Heart church of this
city, left'today fur Ordrokston.
Miss Clara-Flatten' of Northland
Minn., spent the day: in the city at
tending to matters of business.
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Miss Esther Freak '-who has been
visiting with Miss Clara Flatten of
Northland returned -jo her home at
Mcintosh today.
The American Jgion of Crookston
Minn., Nels T. Wold post are giving
a. dancing party on April' 9 in the
Crookstcn armory. A number of the
members of the local post are plan
Hning to attend the dance given in
that city.
Page D. Warren, formerly of the
auditing department -of the Wash
burn Crosby company of Minneapolis,
{tendered liia resignation with that
firm and accepted a position as sales
man for thaH Warrrn-Burgess com
pany of this city. Mr. Warren'L
father is president ahd «fanager of
the local company. Mr. Warren, is
a member of the J. I. case Plbw
Works company's salesmen college'of
Racine, Wis., "which highly qualifies
.him for his new position with the
Warren-Burgess corftpany of this eit
Mr. Warren arrived in the city this
morning and will begin his duties im
mediately,
^20.000,000 "MARKS MISSING.
Brtrlin, Apfil 1 .—Twenty million
marks bpin'g taken from this city to
Essen have mysteriously disappeared,
according to reports cufrent in this
city today.
Herald Want Ads Bring- Results.
ONE PRICE
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Betwejen April 6th Sind 9th the
churches' of the various,) pounties in
Mi
make an appeal to th» American na
tlon to provide the evangelical
churches of the' country With a fund
large enough to carry bn for the next
five years a work of! ministering to
the moral and spiritual needs of/hu
manity. Franklin D. White has been
appointed supervisor for Minnesota.
He has appointed fosty-flve men to
lead the twenty-two Jearns who will
carry the work on in jthis state.
New Brick Buildibg
To Be Erected Here
Tl|jls city wiH'hiivr1 another mod
ern brick business building. Joseph
T^aboda, who at. prfifbnt operates "a
soft drink parlors ot \DcMors ave
nue near Fourth Mrttet has formed
a partnership with J-*ahk Tessior.
The firm purchased' the old Hage
stad building ne^ir tie First State
bank. A crew of met ase now tear
ing down this old plsee.. after whichv
building operations will be started
I on the new one. For the present the
firm, will continue to 'do business, on
the site formerly run by' Mr. Laboda.
EAST SIDE pRJEFS
F. G. Worley of Fraderick,..S. D., is
'in the city today atterjding tb matters
of business. I"/
dwin .T. Stottercau left last eve
for Winnipeg to spend the week
rnd
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—to want to be .where otjier
H-:
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Special Showing of
Georgette Waists
at
In our waist department we ofit'er a
large assortment of. light and dark
colored Georgette Waists at a remark
ably low price. Correct styles, made
from a specially finev, strong quality/'
of crepe.
A complete range^of sizes
SHbP BY,
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Banner & Begg
It Human Nature
people are.
shop in a busy store.—Women who are doing their Spring shopping at
Behner & Begg's are enjoying that feeling that .they are shppp^ng jn a busy
store.
Easter Sunday—The Day of Days for aNew Hat
Here A
re—
Timely Arrivals of 35 Beautiful New
Wontfn are buying Gloves during this sale
For this special «vent we pfter glovearfrhm the most reliable makera. Fine qualfUes of Ffer
yin Chanute and TufouawC A.%ill ranfe 0f aiaes in colors to match rour Sprang
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50 French Kid Cloves £2a
ENNER gEG
T*»e Htore AcootiunodatiqK.
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$•'f
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It's human nature to want. tos
Smart Easier Hats
Moderately Priced
We may as well try to tell of ev
ery flower, of every feather 01* of all
thc^grasscs and straws that grow, as
to attempt to give you an idea of the
beauty, style and variety of the Eas
ter hats displayed here.
Hats artistic, hats correct, and.
full of becomingness.
COME! CHOOSE!
you will J+ad a hat jjicrc to please you
at the price you wish to pay.
Easter
TO SELL FROM
10
$74
item
m-,
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.50
FRENCH S4iRGE
TRICOTINE
POIRET TWILL
SlL\"ERTOXE
POPLIX
FEATURING THE POPU
LAR NAVY BLUE
Just in time for your Eastler buy
ing comes this showing of beauti
ful Xew Suits than which, there
has been none more attractive and
stylish. Here are the semi-tailored
coats, the box coat, the Boiero, and
the Flare models.
Benner & Begg
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