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Grand Forks herald. [volume] (Grand Forks, N.D.) 1916-1955, May 17, 1920, Image 11

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Vice President of U. S.,
Dies in'New York.
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[Pouehkeepsie/lv. T.,' May 17.—
JBVi P. Morton, former^ vice presi-'
»ht of "the United .States afTd far
mer governor of Jfew York, died fit
is home, Ellerslie, Rhinebeck, on the
tudson, at 8:30 o'clock Sutiday night,
|n the 96th anniversary of his birth.
i'Mr. Morton was taken ill with a
Sight cold three 6r four days "ago.
lit his condition did not become se
lous until yesterday morning,' when
gronchial pneumonia, developed. He
fcpsed into unconsciousness soon aft-
The end came peacefully. With
•is at his bedside when he died were
lis daughter, Mrs. Helen Morton,
y.,, /10 had her home. with him at El
||¥rs!ie, his country estate, since the
Ipath of Mt-s. Morton !n August,
©18. .His daughten andi, son-in,-law,
Ir. and Mrs. William Qv Eustis, of
Washington, D. CY. and nis nephew,
lorton Minot, Another daughter,
lEiss Mary Morton of' Germantpwn,
SMPa., arrived this morning,, haying
fifeeen unable to reach Rhinebeck la&t
I jnight. Mr. Morton's 96th• birthday,
formally celebra'| Saturday
w^jptoen the •. children pt' tfi« Rhinebeck
IiiShoo,s hfeld' a field day. at -his. couri
•Mjry estate. He' had- returned' to El
lileralie frjbm "Washington where he
"glade his residence, on MaV 8, and
been in. apparently7 god health
ptil the middle of last'!, week. Inter-,
lent will \be in the fam-liyplot in
.ftinebeck.
PROHIBITION
1.
Supreme
•I
Court Adjourns
Till June 1 With'oiit De
cision on Validity.
Washington, May i-7.—The su
peme court failed today to decide the
llidity of the prohibition'amendment
the enforcement' act, and recessed
itil June 1.
The act of congress of 1917 giving
e'1 states the right to enac|t compen
.tion laws in respect to injuries of
irsons in maritime employment, wa.
iclared unconstitutional today/by the
preme court.'
1 1,1,1
Washington, May 17.—Rfe-argu
eht of- the government dissolution
.it against-the Lehigh Valley Rail
ad company and its subsidiaries yas
'rdered today by thle supreme court.
'EACElEMURE
Washington, May
17.—The
Repub­
lican peace- resolution, adopted Sat
jfrday by the senate, .but in different
form, went: back today to the house,
(There it originated Chairman Por
6f of the foreign affaire committee
Iras prepared Ir ask that it be sent
conference, and there was no ih
lication of opposition.' No' program
nas bqen agreed upon for rushing
ie .measure through conference, but
lejjubltcan leaders Bald the differ
iioes would be ironed out. so'that
l^tight S9 to thfe president this
jtaQk.
emocrats and Republicans agreed
^at the president would veto it. the
|prn?«* asserting that it. would die
aen through failure to obtain a two
llrds vote for repassage.
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Phone 330
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deiidons.
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May it.—
The first deqlh in a family of
twenty children, the youngest of
whom i8 26 years old occurred
when Ernest j./ smith died here
recently. I
TJhe father of the family, 77
years'-old, stil does -all of the
work on hisrhog ffcrm in the sob*
urbs of Sioux Falls. He lias
never had need tor the services
of a doctor.
The fathfer came to the United
SUites from Germany in 18&7
when he was fourteen years old.
He served four years' In the Civil
war.
He wps twioo married. To his
first wife were born nine sons
and four daughters. Three sons
and four daughters were born to
his second wife. Each of, the
sons now weigh more than two
hundred pounds.
Ernest's four grandparents
'. each livied to be. more thah 80
yearn old.
MORE RATING
Londonderry is A&ain the'
Scene of Bitter and
Fierce Battles.
liiondcnderry, Ireland, May 17.—
Rioting last.night between. National
ist and Unionist mobs was even
fiercer- than on Saturday. Bottles,
bricks and' pistols were again freely
employed by thei combatants and
many more shop windows were
brofean.
Groups of men and women in the
Unionist quarter of Fountain, street,
and' similar groups in the Sinn Fein
quarter of Bridge street followed an
exchange of party cries with stone
and bottle throwing. More than one
hundred revolver shots, followed. A
.former poldier named Doherty was
kitled and three others wounded.
Whiea the hostilities broke out the.
police in the- disturbed area were
withdrawn and mob law was supreme
ferftied and masked men who held'
Carlisle bridge as a sort of "no man's
land" Saturday night, took possession
again Sunday nigh't and there were
indispriminate revolver shooting. Nar
tionalists who previously had used the
bridge' to /reach the waterside were
compelled to employ row^oats.
IIH I •»lll
British Troops, landed.
Cork, May 17.,—- Two 'thousand
trobps from' England were landed at
Bafltry on'Saturday. and immediately
distributed throughput West Cork,
w.her* the#' vjUl be stationed'at points
five miieB. apart.- 'Troops to the nlum
ber'of-150'also arrived at Skibbereeli.
They commandeered Several buildings
there, including the town hall, which
was made their headquarters.
Thomas Johnson, the ^acting secre
tary of-the trades congresp, declared
at a labor meeting in the city hall
here yesterday that the workers of
Ireland had no intention of establish
ing such-a republic as that in Amer
ica, where the very idea of personal
liberty- was unknown, he said, and
where men -and women were sen
^ftwged.t lonfttermsi of- Imprisonment
.{oi/roBring ty say that .America,- was
not a land.^of^freedom.
The Best Looking Man
recently—had hi# wife with liim
too—and both said that -they
had been READING MY ADS'
—fuid had oome to the conclu
sion Hhat STAN BROWN most
be the name of a new kindi of
drink—because it is mentioned
v*
so often In the papers
And when I took them' to the
harness shop on South Third
street—where' they made some
heavy purchases—I had a hard
time oonvlnping them that
SCHNKEWIDIS was the man
agers name—said they always
thought that ^the word sebnee^
weis meant some Un of a GIN
FIZZ
rT-—ipi.
1
The one thing that they felt
very sure about was—that in
buying alt my store they were
not paying for the upkeep of a
lot of fancy fixtures and "high
Falntin'" expenses—said they
really liked to deal in a place
where the proprietor wasn't
afraid to look any man in the
rye—and tell him to GO
PIjCMB—-if, the occasion re
quired it
The lady siid that she had been
told—that there-was one man In
Grand Forks—who was better
looking than her husband—and
that she wanted to have a look
at him before leaving the city—
and as She left my store she saw
'STAN BROWN manager of
the Met Theatre,. across the
street and kbe Immediately
took the train back to liARI-
MORE
Before leaving—this couple se
ctired an option on a cottage for
the month of. August—on the
banks of the IiAKU—In the
middle, of the walk at my store
door—ta EASY STEPS from
the H^RAIiD CORNERr——A.
THIS IS THE STORE that Rives
a BIjrbiNG GUARANTEE with
every article sold—it's the store
where you CAN*T\ IiOSE—be
cause every .article'is just as
represented—and *e don't akk
you to buy—It's all up to you-—
Jtwt now—we vtt iif the market
fotTaU ktndi of^oV^UFCHN.
RDRE a%S
•GOODS'
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wMch will' buy fair
/auh ,»r take ta exebangfc for!
othir$aoda• better sujlted 'to.
"niL..rV.
When If doubt—write or
«S0Mor VMter mUfc, dm
7 '& nilid an'
fA^ti fO FACE-
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Evacuate 'Frankfort, Darm
stadt and Other Cities
Mayence,May
1
On East Bank.
17.-4(By the %so-
fre8s)—The French troop*
£#l^ve^
in
occupation of
Frankfort, Darmstadt and other cit
ies on the east bank' of the Rhine
evacuated these cities this moaning
it was announced here.
The. Germans were informed of the
d?ro^hre«
th.e
Fren°h
occupying, forces
.!.!* laconic proclamation is
sued by General ftegobtte, posted in
the various cities,, which rfead ''the
keep their word."
Thfe evacuation proceeded in an'or
derly way and amldCntire quiejt.
(Kansas,
West Point Military
Acadiemy
recently ordered 1 gross of My
Kroba.for use among the soldiers
in training there.
FOR TONSILITIS
.Destroy the germs iii your throat-which are
the cause of the inflammation. pur new and
Wonderful antiseptic, My-Kroba^ will-kill these
germs-i -At the same time My-Kroba heals and1
''%oothes ~and quickly restores the, membraneous
lining to a healthy condition.-•- Use! 3. to' 5 drops in
a glass of warm water and:gargle several times a
day.
FOR ECZEMA
Put a teaspoot)ful1of My-Kroba'in a pint of
warm water apd wash sore thoroughly night and
morning. Apply., My-Kroba*Salve and bandage.
My-Kroba will keep the sore clean and help na
ture heal the 'wound. Some antiseptics such as
Carbolic Acid, destroys tissue and retards heal
ing. My-Kroba, does)not destroy issue, conse
quently, .nature has only to repair the damage
done by the germs. In -addition, My-Kroba will
help nature and you will get quick relief.
Largo Bottle $1.00
i'"-
Compounded Exclusively By The
Microba
Antiseptic Co.
Grand Forks, North Dakota
ITS SUKMOMTY
UES IN
GRAND MAY 17, 1920.
S9f
Morris and X^dahy Com
panies Charged With Prp*
fiteering in Foodstuffs.
'^0-
New York,' May K.^The federal1,
grand Jury in Brooklyn today re-!
turned' Indictments against Morris & I
Co. and the, Cudahy Packing Co., of
Chicago, charging profiteering in
foodstuffs." 7
1
Indictments also were returned
against James W. Nash and George
Bhlers, branch managers for. Morris!
& Co., and against Oliver H. Saunders,
branch manager for the Cudahy con-1
cern.
Superseding indictments were .filed
against Swift & Co. Armour & Co.
Fame of MY-KR0BA
Voluntary mail orders for the great antiseptic, Mv-Kroba. are coming
in daily from such far distant cities as Fresno, Cal., San Francisco, Los Angeles,
Helena, ^lont., Great, Falls, Mont., Pittsburgh, Pa., Mason City,'la., Topeka,
Phoenix, Arizona and many other points.
Price of MY-KROBA Antiseptic
Sold
bj
1L.
VtHOLESAU OkSTRIBl IINHEARMLIIi MINNKtQTA
Mm
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FOR PYORRHEA
Put 10' to 15 drops of My-Kroba in a eup of
vhot water.' Brush teeth y&nd gunis twice a day.
Wash mouth thoroughly pvilth l^y-kroba solution!
This will stop Pyor/hea 'and soreness of the gums
by killing the germs around the teeth. Very
effective.
.-
and th^ Wilson Co. as well certain
of their representatives. There were I
three counts h» th.e indictment re
turned against Morris & Co. and. four
in that handed down in tfce case of
the Cuflahy company. y:'
OiMAHA STORES MAKE
BIG REDUCTIONS IN
•MM' CLOTHING PRICES
Omaha, Neb., May 17.—One ot
the largest department stores to
day announced a flat reduction of
thirty, per cent following twenty
per cent cuts made by t|rce stores
Saturday. A large men's clothing
establishment made a twenty per
cent reduction, today, making five
stores which have reduced.
"The market broke throe or
four weeks, ago." said tieorge
Brandeis. head of the store which
made the thirty per -cent .cut.
"All other reasons are 'bunk.',We
must clear oiir stocks in readiness
for new prices. The break does
hot apply to all goods, but nearly
all. Cotton and woolen goods re
main high."
Herald W»nt Bring
Herald Want Ads Bring Results.
A Leading Grand Forks
Druggist
ordered 7 gross (l.OOS^bottles) of
My-Kroba only two days ago in
order to supply his rapidly in
ctjeasing demand. __
you MY-KROBA In your Home
A safe and powerful Antiseptic, 2l/2 "times more germ-destroying than carbolic
acid—yet- nort-.pbisohous and non-corrosive. It is perfectly harmless to the skin
and mouth. Will not poison, even i^ swallowed.
Thesis noihirig surprisiiig about the effectiveness of My-Kroba. Nearly every
ailment of mankind, as well as dangerous contagions, are caused by gferms.
Hence, wherever germs may be reached—mouth, nose, skin or throat, My
Kroba will be found effective.
V'
FOR SORES
Use a teaspoonful of My-Kroba in a pint of.
warm water. Bathe alfeeted parts.'thoroughly.
-Apply My-Kroba Salve and baiidage. My-Kroba''
tias a large .number- of very wonderful cures to its
credit. W« will be glad to refer you to these
people.' "Eczema is caused by germs. My-Kroba
is the most effective germ-killer kpown. You
are absolutely safe in using My-Kroba /for any
case of Eczema. V(
/.
Small Bottla 50o
most druggists, or fill oat coupon and mall to us.
COUPON
Find enclosed ..............for which please
send me immediately 50c bottles My
Kroba, or... .,.'. .$1.00 bottles of My-Kroba.
Name
-Address '.
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mtiUae* to meri drain* en
tke I»iit sad tackUag at yUtM.
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Odqiper batterira are
durable, ultra efficient
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DEFERS AND GARAGES
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MAY DELAY BUlUHNG
OF MINNESOTA MIU
state "6wned experimental flour' mill
in South Minneapolis may be! delayed
because of uncertainty in '.the labor
and building material markets, ac
cording to D. F.1 Jurgensen, chief en-'
gineer pf the state railroad/and ware
nouee commission. He .said, no bids
had been' received^.although the' eon-
•fa
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Copyright 1920 Hart Schaffncr & Mars
trafct t6r construction
schedujled'for totnorrtow.-'
iion of, the
St. Paui, May 17.—Erectilc
IF you find, after wearing
the things we sell pa,
that they're not satisfactory,
money cheerfully refunded.
You can choose
The variety here is so great
every man cart be suited
V'
YOU'LL appreciate the ad
vantage offered by a big
stock like this especially be
cause every item in it is high
grade good quality. You can't
find finer clothes..
Perfect suits for young men in
their special fashion^ and models.
Fin^ suits for business men
styled for (Jignity and the look of a
importance.
Overcoats .for dress, for-sport,
for motoring English and Amer
ican made."
Special feature values
1i
Si',
the mill
WONT 8TTAY OK JOBS.
Coliwnbus, Ohio, Majr 17.—lnabilit|r
to keep men employed in the .local
offices at salaried of Ml a month was
largely responsible for the conges
tion which has resulted in an express
embargo here the' past three days
"Washington, May 17.—Manchester.
N. H., 78/100, increas« S,lS7. or ll.«
per cent.
Alexandria, Pa.,^17,110, increase
«.297. or 56.2 per cent.1,
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