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Phi Fou wee -Sine Mrs Min Loc up Frit par' icon whi hon A entt hou Joy '. ton and VT a 7 3 hai All ', vlsf iMl Winnipeg, Man., May 17.—The ar rrst on Friday by the Manitoba'gov ernment police of two men who have been loaders, in- liquqr smuggling into North Dakota and Minnesota, mark ed the first step in the disruption of a^n organization, of traffickers which for several weeks has been engaged in ihis illicit trade, stated Commis sioner Colonel J. G. Rattray, head of the Manitoba police. The men are William Gosslin and Alex Pelchie of Turtle Mountain, in southern Mani toba. The men confessed and. plead ed guilty in the court at Boissevain. Man., Saturday, evidence showing that ihey have been operating on.a large scale in three Manitoba border towns. Both men are now in jail and the police are after thq higher ups. Commissioner Rattray said the police had known of the existence of the liquor trafficking since Fcb bruary, when prohibition became ef fective in the United Slates. Had Unique System.* The method of doing business tajas to receive liquor shipments from Saskatchewan, where it is legal t.o ship from warehouses to Manitoba householders only. The traffickers would cither take it across the border personally, or notify accom plices in these states, who would come for it. From nn to 50 cases of liquor a week were received. The police got wind of the business by checking up the express company's records, -which is done systematical ly. Commissioner Rattray said that most of the business was done'from the towns of (Joodlands, Waskada and Bannerman which are situated in Manitoba close to the boundary. A brother of- one of the prisoners is an outlaw with a reward of $1|000 for his arrest and conviction on account of murder, the commissioner said.' CABBAGE Phone 18t"T Attend Matinees 11 rpffv-, •3d. SpsT'*'* vva-i k&¥ Mk .•• KObte-: #«#a*V"v ,\ Wy'7^k\'- 3 fe&Wbii Autlhttriti^ 'Ari Unearthing Internationsd feekze Smuggling Came. SIINKNM^ a !fm SHELPON LEWIS 'PJtjE. KVIL tIRMyPE PIOnllN MtUM Scenefrom "Dr. Jekyl and Mx Hyde." the -dramatised form of Rob ert Louis Stevenson's great story which opened today at the Fotoplay (.theater., i1^1 .yt.—-, THE WIDE OVTDOORS. .The rich may pay for orchids rare, but oh the apple tree I Flings-- outv its blossoms to the -World for every eye to see, And all who sigh for loveliness may walk beneath the sky »And claim a richer beauty than man's gold can ever buy. I The chcrry trees are free for all to1 stand and look upon, The dogwood blooms for you apd me. and not somp favorite one, ,The wide outdoors is no man's own, the stranger on the street Can feast his eyes on many a rose and claim its fragrance sweet. Small gardens are shut in by walls, but none can wall the sky, And none can hide the friendly trees from all, who travel by* And none can hold the apple boughs and claim them for their own, 1 Fo% all the beauties of the earth be Ilong (o God alone. So let me walk the world just now and wander far and near. I Earth's loveliness is mifce to see, its music mine to hear. I There's not a single apple bough that spills its* blooms, about Fovr Sale But. I can claim the joy of it, and none can shut me out. By the Dozen, Hundred or Thousand CAULIFLOWER EVER-BEARING STRAWBERRIES CARAGANA and 1BUCKTHORN HEDGE Sec. Write or Phone E.S.KNEELAND Grand Forks, \. P. One of the Greatest Successes of Filmdom at the |Foto Play Theatre S 4 DAYS—MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY—4 DAYS EE ^,^le American Version of Robert Louis ^Stevenson's Great Masterpiece 1 "DR. JEKYLL MR. HYDE" with KyZL 2»cai movie, /ans "bawe Seisrd with^mneh I ratnoufe traredlan, gives of the. anal role of t»r. Mr. jGtsitsvW'lli b«. remembered for hia rei lions, sa Well as ,for al ,wvllf wl th Virgin a Pea IIROD, '. ut' PIONEER picture. vv, iw, wwi ruiB oi jL»r. Jftirvl? .?.raons. .. Bat hla. oneer's eliMhite eeepsemeo^.ti AtVy/F. C. Masseti Will Give Gold Medal to Winner of Place. Tho fifth aiyiual Massee gold medal contest will be held in the Menden hall Memorial Presbyterian Church this evening at 7:30 o,'clock. At this time the members of the public speaking contest and such, other members of the high school as en tered the contest will deliver their readings or orations and receive the ratings of those who are to judge the contest. Each speaker will .be judged on the manner in which he puts over his speech, his poise and such other essentials as are necessary for a suc cessful public speaker. The student wbohi the judges consider s^s the most qualified will be awarded a gold medal which Attorney F. C. Massee presents t.o the winner of this contest each year. The declamation contents were first Inaugurated In the local school by forjner Superintendent F. C. Lyrton in miS^'SinCe that time the aijnual contest has been eagerly looked" for ward to by the students as Well as the alumni. Public speaking has been given a great impetus in the local school since the inauguration of the contest. A state chataipionshlp de bating team was turned out in 1916 and In 191^ a debating team that took second place in the state. The program as arranged for this evening is as follows: The Fourth Estate—Clara Bakke. The Man in the Shadow—Earl "White. Transfiguration of Miss Phllura— Ida "Wolf. Tobe's Monument—Anne Hydfe. Mandy's Organ—Genevieve Clynch. The 'Man Who Came Back—Gene vieve "Wesolasky. Judith of 1865—Marguerite Olson. Toussaint ^'Overture—Ross Peter son. The Shadow of the Guillotine—. Mabel Downham. Music, by the Glee club. Mr. And Mrs. J. Flaten Celebrated Their Silver Wedding Anniversary A large number of local people as well as many from Northland gath ered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Flaten at Northland Sunday, giving them a surprise in honor of their silver wedding aniversary which they will celebrate on Wednesday, May 19. The celebration was staged ahead of the date to make it a com plete' suprise on the couple. During the course of the afternoon delicious refreshments were served which was followed by a gift, of silverware, on behalf of those present. Mr. and Mrs. Flaten were married in this city May 19, 1895. They have made their home on the farm near Northland since that time. They are the parents of four children, three boys and one girl. EAST SIDE BRIEFS Horace 'Sport) Kluzak of Havre, Mont., paid a number of bis old I friends in this eity a short visit on Saturday evening. Mr. Kluzak is a 1 7 A.-*»^-,L.tekA ifeat2^g.^atHr)l^A' V:-i»^A A its ,Mlnn., on business matters. Mrs. 3, iwkle, *wh6 W and Attend Matinees on Lewis, the l?l-tS«i!PB,*n"Louis ?Pfe*nceStevenson's Uurelis fade •een vetMon of" Robert wfeen com- •Ssfcar***' IWis' are Just 'rilow i|f And a T#6iReel 4S2MI& they Will spend the summer on their rancl^ near that place. ™.i«.a37,lon?• Matd Several local young couples staged a wemie roast near Mallory last eve ning. Those attending the affaiA STothnir Too Good for Brand Forks iliaMhUSlii a NEW ft A"t[ MAYlllMO, ji'jrt t%6 yMw 11 V% #e»rs 'k*y&ii&M. Bttckley nj riuf ftre the proud parents «t tabSt-firl 1^ this inoHitv :. ivost V»rKnf ipoWh IV6st his been taking Qc^od[ t*ot!Ks 1.rtMlrVtW?llll'",ln 'during thfe E SL eyeis, left today for her f&rtn homfe wear Davtason,. *nd SO*. ^Mb- ert, left Sundhy for Crane, of Drayton visited wi^h friends In the city yest^Vday. wlnL'ML Dl?s^fie,d ^turned to Winnipeg.. Sunday evening after ®, ^ek"ei»d with his par- ^rtSHiTs^JvfianBerflcld:on Arthur Bydal is siS'efiiaitiBf the ^av attending the celebration at ArvlU'a, Mrs. J^atrlck Sulfivah o~f North strict _left Sunday for Minne 'in ^er brother, city today'"8'0 Henry Connolly an-°poratio^ Les,ie A 1" that A large number of tfebple froni this a.1£.a&nded. the rnect!n8' ,Tj, Ha8en Sullivan is attending the Norwegian independence celebra tion that is being held at Arvilla this atternoon. number of lo'cal people motored to Red 'Lake Falls Sunday, among whom were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Peterson Mrs. August Nelson. Miss kthel May Sebastian, William Nel son and Oscar Anderson. 2:bo—4:05-r-7 !S(^-9!l5 MONDAY AND TUESDAY The Itost'Popnlar of Them All In Zpltodes 9 and 10 Of "Smashing Barriers" TAare are some new thrills in'this week's episodes that will keep yon shontln' alond: areary jttllfeir AM' Cal 3l$k*ih fckH Ifeft fVr a Vector# fishing tM* tiftftle Lake, Jllftft. Th& senior cUiis of the local, hith School enjoyed & picnic neat tt»te Crookston dafh yesterday-. Thfcy^ SrtSfe ch&pero'ned by' Miss Thornber.. ,.1 ',- MlssMarie Diinievy, 22 North Seer ...... ..., ,6 fu for the ^week-end Mies Marcella Hur otid street, had. as ley of 'the ,]M(lchigran, N. 30., public iichoOlii. irr. ,v •, ... Gary, :Ore Miss -Mary' Ryan of the Michigan public schools spent Sunday with friends ip jlhis city- A were Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas FiBfJber,' Mr. and ^drs. liauirenee Norman, Misae's Marie Kan and 'Marlette Iiealos, and Messrs. Frank L.-ealos and Mottle I6gan. -c* -i A farewell party was given "for Mrs. Bakke %.t her home on Not-th Second street, Sunday evening. M!r. and Mrs. Bakke will leaAre soon for 'their farm in the western part.' of North Dakota. MAN AUnimr. "So you want a Job? What have you 'been trained to do?" "Dig ditches, keep accounts, drive a horse and automobile, handle-1' money, carpentry, telegraphy, ma* chlnist, superintend construction——" "Oh, efficiency expert, huh?" "No, ex-private." "Hired."—Home Sector., 1 1 pw to make a tm Stocky 'The hfCkH/Wlio butt the Soldiers Aid society, which was held farm north of the city Sunday. Refreshments were A neat sum was uaised to take care of a Wrench War orphan. i* jpade lilted miuillti well diicnMed ctenpt, keidi them tifelwiMm beyond the Ida thai for peraaaieitt gain, poMuODionaKe ft DDcnipraw •nd the dlTideml yield. Wiut'ldnd «f mdu to bay, dn how and when to bay Ami, 1» tn tumlinl toM te.wr book, |aac pafclhihedj eulMal The Principles of Profitable UnMnnt." Itt 64 paaeatetl yea the yitai tUac* aMt the stock tnarket—hA«r to It couuJim no "Hp." on certain brae*, and nethtec for the nan who waatttotakeaahort cnt to wealth, bat deals with hradatnentals. Invests $19 herolhe who remained true to a memory with all the qnalnt B'Ms, sweetness, and charm of the most winning personality to he found on stare or screen to««y.. Ton'U regret it if yon dont see her. Also a ITnrlr ttnmnitt Tnmsilr liinnji. Tluisn Ti ssenl FRIDAY AND SATURDAY When Is a Wife Not a Wife? aw,Ba A drama for those who have, Intend or want to have a faaUly. mmsexKoitamm «*W- IfM^^AY. WESDAY AND WEDNESDAY /'tf*iUKiTe,upcrttt!llnB' ^ldts,1aeadly 'eric(!rtiht'irs 'and'''niiracalouB escap«w. tJ 3i4 17* You rixmU iead it fctfac faiimlsi. Writetoday. It'sfrae. Dept. 1. a KRIEBEL 8' CO. IVV' h'MI Vi' AN'K l.H 1 S 7 I S vfyvinii Additional Feature Beautiful LILALEE One of the Cbarfnlng Stars of Male and Female" "Rose of the River" WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY She Waited 17 Years—Did He? They met aa boy asd jfirl—met for a moment on the Mrden %all. And though rate separated them, she waited. Hope kept alive throarh 1 yeafs by the sweet recollection of one Impassioned Btarria? Oaptlyating BINNEY •potu*,,t'Ufe-,oTe- PDON'T GET A DIVORCE You Sfee "My Husband's Other Wife" j(I290UA l'N U' Hi lit si fiiriSH»aHnr Vbtnance of 'raftken vv.. .,.^^iMert^Wiv«s oFWi%d«Or''t THURSDAY 'filfrttilett in Fsilse 4Skad" :'K',| National Committee Take6 Charge oi Building—Al terations Necessary. Chicago, May 17.—The "Chicago coliseum was turned ovep to the Re publican national committee this morning and work started immedi ately' on 'the alterations necessary for I the big convention June 8. Offices of the committee and convention leaders in the coliseum annex are nearly com Mem. & Tttes. At the .•-'r pw •fa.r itfM -4 Coming Coming if comes another Rex Beach photodramaj more gripping- than anv other. It is Silver Horde" adapted from Mr. Beach'sl I tamous nove! of the same name and .direct-! 11 ed by Frank Lloyd. A thundering dtamafel of the great North. It'pulsates with th^ vivid, clashes of mig-hty Imen^—the hair ^"'g^er loves and hates of men and moment., bruised and battered, butnevcr beaten in^ their struggles with nature .and with themselves. And through it ill surges the raw elemental strength and force of the gjeat -open show cotfntry. Frg-hts-' that Yrill thrill you to thev core romance that is beautiful and insp' cast of players. Iff, V»V^. Jjs'.^ EVENING EDITIOgli May Sf7 t»«*w*donal conw| boffins hearlng"-Bonte One hundred anf ^already l^erikBtpdi. ihaUt fdpaln ^Jfelagates thaTi «iejr .— under the convention caJl^ wit result that. the^dn^ haw to eliminate part or the tlons under the contest rule^ Berlin, April ., banknote forgers ftave been .disc and arrested iii Germany as —1 of the labors of a recently ii special departmcnt of the Reicl dealing with counterfeit moned New types of ^German I are in course of preparation,J*' are claimep to be absolutely (," proof, t* "Is this Bpod music?^ ',^v "It* ought to be. It has never a, "played on anything but an upq piano." Adtats Children This includes T*x 3ao 7^0 SWnuif'i (siM^'vn "7hc Loves^etty^| A I bur VSlJlfc-Pffi'f.'S'O DfJ-v.-te'd?: ?j&nk.L2oy.il 1 1 ITS ADVANTAGES. ,f rl '$ vou ve seen read "The| or Spoilers." "They a Crimson Gardenia," or "Thev Girl£ 1'rom Outside," you know the!' |J tremendous power and punch A of Rex Reach's stories. Now! :9 'fr wThe§' •v !. 'i 5" t: 1 cT •, ..7'- IJnatnf, 9 '1 |S |S fj .I-?