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«*& sw $ ••'. «'£FW V' PAGE SIX. V. WATERWAY END Commissioners Leave Winnipeg At Regina on 4 Thursday. iff. 1 &VA "the afternoon session of the hear- V0U- i'n me. ,i it Si and demonstrated interesting facts liiat tin* section of the country was A I? I S I y: Cj 'r- lr Fraternity Students Make Better a eport for the first semester: Fraternities.' Delta Zeta 1 Jlrc*s* Members of the international joint pSj Omega Psi.'. ... %*$•• commission who held hearings Hi Delta Gamma &?•*•' ?rand Forks Tuesday on the Great Alpha Lambda Rho. Ki Lakes-St L.uw rence tidewates project, toi Winnipeg late Tuesday atter S^-Snoon. ivj.w Todav thev were on their way to Kegina Sank., where hearing simi :p$k- lar to that in Grand Forks is sched uled tor Thursday. Kappa Alpha Theta Alpha Phi Phi Delta Theta. Delta Kappa u. Synergoi Phi Alpha Delta. Alpha Kappa Zeta. Delta Sigma Davis Ma,cnie .. strongly in favor of the plan. Larimore At the opening of the afternoon ses- Budge .. nion Svlvig and M. Sivei'tson of Freshmen Crookston presented the views of the Sayre peop.e of the Polk county seat which were strongl.v in favor of the ,pro posed deep waterway. Matliwig of Warren and Les- Macnie lie Welter of Mooriiead were other Davis Minnesota men to appear before the Larimore commissioners. In presenting their views thev laid especial emphasis on the importance of the proposed deep waterway in moving the piotato crop each year. \V. J. Dunden of Minot gave par ticular attention to the lignite coal possibilities of the western part of the. state and the bearing of the proposed Sayre ave Grades, Report Indicates 87.22 86.29 85.59 84.90 84.97 84.96 84.68 84.57 $4.24 83.86 83.58 83.47 Si em a Chi 82.05 1 McDon aid of Wal hal la was el ec ing Tuesday brought out a number of Residence Halls—I reshmen. trict group of the North Dakota Bank-j pper classmcn. Budge General Averages. Fraternity Non-fraternity University Freshmen Total Halls. Dav waterway on ihat industry. I Macnie The rffeet of the project on the L,arjmorc financial situation was outlined by A. Hunter of the First National bank of Grand forks and F. W. Cathro. manager of the Bank of North Da kota. •T Haney of the International Harvester Co. experimental ,farni here! pointed to the increased farm produe tion which should result from the es- 1 tablishinent qf the waterway, and President Thomas F. Kane of the, Tho committee, on reorganization of state unh erMty presented figures on I community House association will the annual car shortage. meet early next week to formulate University Freshmen Sayre Will Take Up Plans ,For Community Home Edith—So Jack did not propose to plans for the future work of the Com- I munity house. The committee on re- Marie—No after being refused by! organization was authorized at. the von he knew he had, no chance with last meeting of the Public Welfare association. These representatives 'of as Ka Keeps the Kitchen Tidy NOW^—at house cleaning time—-ey- ery woman is considering ways and means of cleaning up her home and keepingsit spotless and bright the year thrqfagh. Housewives^whose kitchens still possess an old typej solid-fuel-burning stove know how hard it is to keep the kitchen presentable' when fuel and ashes must be carried and smoke and soot escape into the room. All the work and dirt and uncertainty of cooking is practically abolished by cooking with a gas range. The installation of a porcelain finished Gas Range in your kitchen this- Spring will be a step forward in cleanliness, convenience and economy you never will regret. Red River Power Co. Sotuth 3rd Street mssM C/-1S5 ipi^r by the Dozeiif Hundred or Thousand CABBAGE ^CELERY. ^lilSrOM ATOES CAULIFLOWER ASPARAGUS EELAND ^Srand Forks N. lfetdSJ N O S E A W E N E S A various organisations hav6 been w!pointed: 1 Mrs. E. 1 According to figures released yester- Mrs. Agnes Rex-rPoor relief com day from the office of the university missioner. For registrar, fraternity sfilents ,U that.... t. B. Bangs—Red Cross. institution ay^rage higher In grades Fred L. Goodman—Rotary club, than non-fraternity students. The Rev. j. Q. York—Ministerial asso figufes given'in the. table below cover ciatlon. HP- J. Babcock—Chairman, Community house. Clarence Sheppard—Council poor relief committee. I J.\ R. POupore—Board of county commissioners. 1 85.79 ere' association meeting at the 84.67 mercial club yesterday afternoon. 82.22 Other officers named were David 81,48 Kirk of- Niagara, vice president Arno 81.30 j-ifrp- Grand Forks, secretary treasur 79.05 er C. D. Lord, Park River, member of the executive comrpittee to the I state convention W. H. Shulze, mem 87.67 ber of the nominating committee for 85.71 the state association. The next 'meet 85.50 jng cf at Grafton. 80.52 S1 Rn 1 85.65 ..85.38 *84.09 .. 83.72 83.15 81.30 79.71 The resolutions aWlpted urge con servatism in extending credits, and are given in full here: Whereas, the financial conditions existing in this state and the country at large jare, at the present time, un usual art'd abnormal because of spec ulation, credit inflation, limited pro duction,' extravagance and other caus es and Whereas, this condition must be corrected if wc are to avoid a far reaching financial catastrophe and such correction must be gradually ef fected with care and caution, be it I Resolved, that we urge on the mem bers of this group organization 'and the bankers of the state generally a policy of conservatism in the exten sion of "credits, expressing at the same time our belle? that necessary and essential projects must be sup ported and assisted, as there is as great danger from absolute restriction as from continued inflation, but we believe also that the continued exten sion of credit for luxuries, non-essen tials, speculation and unreasonable or over-optimistic expansion must be discouraged and stopped by a rigid policy of credit for necessities and es-^ sentials only. State Laws Unjust. Whereas, our present state laws fixing the basis upon which banking capital shall be taxed are unjust and unequitable as -compared 'with the basis upon which taxes are imposed upon other classes of property and Whereas, the banking industry is of such vital impdrtance to the develop ment of our state be it Resolved, that we commend the North Dakota Bankers Association for its efforts to reach an equitable adjustment of the matter of the tax ing of banking capital with the tax ing authorities of the state in order that banks may continue, as they ys have in the past, to. accept their just burden of taxation without feeling that they are made the sub jects of unjust discrimination. No Tax Dodging. Whereas, every dollar's worth of property should bear the just burden of taxation and every person should as a patriotic duty carry a fair por tion^ of the public expense, be it Resolved, that this convention is opposed to any legislation to encour age legal tax dodging by permitting the transformation of taxable proper ty into tax-exempt property, and that we are therefore opposed to the en actment of any new tax emption laws further Resolved, that reorganizing the original burden imposed on all tax payers by the exemption from taxa tion of the bonds of the federal land banks and joint stack land banks, we urge "the repeal of that section of the Farm I»an Act covering exemptions Be it further Resolved, that a copy of this reso lution be sent to the senators and representatives in congress from jhe state of North Dakota. Will you please take my seat lady? No, thank you., I've been skating all day and tired sitting down. Because a girl has a ston^ for a heart is no reason to call her a "peach." ADVERTISEMENT. Red Blood for Pale People! A big Supply of red blood corpuscles is what helps to make any man or woman have a healthy, pink complexion and cherry red lips. Resort to paint and powder are totally unnecessary and be sides that, are harmful. Three-grain hype-nuclane- tablets, if used regularly for several months, seem to create a greatly added number of'millions to the red and white corpuscles of the blood, and not only improve the color, but add Increased flesh to the thin and frail body. These tablets promote assimilation, ab sorption and digestion, and this splendid aid to nature's forces transforms the complexion and figure. They are pre scribed by physicians,.but being of a per fectly harmless character, self-admipM tration is being followed by many, whrf obtain them direct from any well-stocked apothecary shop. ADVERTISEMENT. Thinks sue Can't Talk' Enough "I had gall stones for 14 years and suffered severely from gas, colic and iindigestion.' Sectors wanted me to go to the hospital, but I took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy, and am now feel ing line and better tharf I ever did. I can't talk enough about this remedy." It Is a simple, harmless preparation hiat removes the catarrhal mucus from the intenstlnal tract* and allays the inflammation which- causes prac-. tlcally all stomach, liver and intes tinal atllments,.Including' appendicitis. One dose will convince or. iqqney re funded. ADVERTISEMENT. /In hi j-hl mah] cmzrma: m: tytt. f«4 INDIANA DEMOCRATS SELECT TICKET Indianapolis, Ind.. May IP—""""i atlon of a state ticket, selection of delegates to the national convention at San Francisco and traming ox a state platform for the party are the principal objects Joefore the Demo crsitic state 'convention which opens tonight with district .meetings. Un like the Republican convention of Dr. John H. Moore—Public Wei-' last week the Democrats decided to fare association. dispense with a sday Dr. H. M. Wheeler—City board of preface to the work of the coriven health. tion. Dr. H. E. French—University health President Wilsotjr'B administration work. will be endorsed' in strongest terms, _——~ leaders declare, and the treaty 6f Ver- CONSERVATISM IN ^el app?ovedhe,d E™iNGCREpiTSre| URGED BY RANKERS Com"tvice the district group will be held During the day's*' meeting addressee were given by F. W. Cathro, director general of the Bank of North Dakota, 2:,, by I^orne Wilde of the department of ri'is immigration, and by J. F. Ebersole, o,'.n assistant federal reserve agent of the Federal Reserve bank at Minneapolis, and Charles F. Craig, executive direc tor of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence tidewater project. Dr. J. E. Engstad of this city discussed "China and Her Treaties," and W. C. Macfadden, sec retary of the North Dakota Bankers' association, spoke on state taxation of banks. primary and it is almost certain that the twenty-six district delegates and :four delegates at large to the natlon- al convention wm g0 president of the 2, is generally understood, however that the doiegati0n IJEADKR WIMi DID PRIZE. %-vM 4m A !11 25c Box MAY of oratory^ as a by the prcsident win uninstructed. It will vote' solidly for President Marshall if his name I is presented at San Francisco. FINLAN^TO^SEND PEACE,DELEGATES TO COPENHAGEN Copenhagen, May 19.'—Finland soon will .send a peace delegation to this city to meet representatives of the Russian Soviet government, accord- ing to the Berlingske Tidende. Herald Want Ads Bring1 Results. NO LOSERS 10% C"«h Commission will be jiven ttf all candidates except the winners of the Registered Bull and the $100 Cash Frice. Campaign now open. GET SPLEN 19, 1920. i, GHEER T: up! There is no further reason for worrying about table va riety. The new Royal Cook Book gives new suggestions for every meal every day./ The book is so full of sur prises there will never be another dull meal in the home. H.re area few sug gestions from the new Royal Cook Book. Plain Pastry This recipe is for one large pie with top and bottom trust 2 cups flour teaspoon salt 3 teaspoons Royal Baking Powdor cup shortening cold watet 81ft together flour, salt and bak ing powder add shortening and rub In very lightly with tips of Angers (the less it is handled the better the paste will be). Ada cjtld watfer very slowly, enough tb hold dough together (do not work or knead dough). Divide in halves: roll out one part thin on floured .board and .use for bottom crust. After pie Is filled roll out other part for top. Rich Pastry 2 cups pastry flour' Vi teaspoon Royal Baking Powder teaspoon salt. ft cup shortening cold water Sift flour, baking powder and salt add one-half shortening ^HAT was before the days when pretty nearly everybody owned one—or could, if he wanted to. There was a lot of waste about motoring in those days. A man spent a lot of money on his car and never thought very much about waa^ getting what he in return.. •. ti When a man buys a tire nowadays he has a definite idea cord mi to the remdi thefhmre to ttmrml: InfandyorhUlycountqr* wherever the going jt 1. 'in! pretty of what he ex-, pects to get out of it. The dealer who ..sells him one that gives him recommend them Select your tires ac~ I is apt to be Ibeavy—The U. 8 Nobby. ^^,:h r* From the New Royal Coqk Book ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely f*ure "Bake with Royal and be Sure They used to call a mah a "sport" when he bought an automobile vt i/#&**** .n11c••1(.•«•.-•••. '-Royal' Suggestion JLL A motorists of this community. The U. S. reputation for quality is not built on one tire. ...'J There is not 1 best, way its largest in the world .. less than he expect^ isn't likely to get any more of his business. That's one of the reasons why we handle U. S. Tires— and t0 the W KPMrOOIO'KIBKlMNjUS(D'PUil ft Northwestern Tire & Supply Co. 132 So. 3rd $trQraod makers-know- how to build it. The and wJh? \nfAw. evening edition. and rub in lightly Wtth toiWifc add water slowly until _of right consistency to roll Apple Pie 1^ cups flour teaspoons Royal Baking Powder teaspoon salt tables] m®:' ou^ Divide in halves roll out one put on in small Ipiecea half re maining shortening: fold upper and lower edges In to center fold sides in to center, fold aide* to center ag*4n roll out thin and put on pie plate. Repeat with other half for top crust, Ztablespoons shortening apples, or 1 quart sliced apples tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon milk Sift flour, baking powder and salt add shortening, and rub in very lightly add Just /enough cold water to Jiold dough to gether. Roll half out on floured board, line bottom of pie plate fill In apples, which have been washed, pared sbd cut into thin slices sprinkle with sugar fla vor with cinnamon or nutmeg wet edges of crust with cold water roll out remainder of pas try: cover pie, 'pressing edges tightly together and bake In moderate oven 30 minutes. FREE By all means get the new Royal took Book—just oat. Contains these and 400 other delightful, helpful recipes. Free for the asking. Write TODAY tos ROYAL bakuio POWDKB 00. 116 FsHaa RtrMt New Yotk City any one standard for largeU.S. Tires andju^oth' er standard lor small ohes. •. Every tire that bears the W.V-- v. .... oldest Come in arid tell us what you are looking for in tires. 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