Head of Helena Area Deliv
ers Christmas Sermcm at
Bishop Charles Wesley Burns of the
Helena area of the Methodist Epis
copal' church occupicd'the pulpit of
the First Methodist' church' ifa this'
c^ty Sunday. He preached at .both
morning and evening -services, and
following the morning qerv|ces heldja.
brief meeting with the .dfficial boar®
'jf the church. Thequestlon ot obV
taining a minister for tlie local chnfrch.
was cons dercd, the bishop reporting
that one man to whom?acall had been
sent had declined to come to .Grand
The official board- will' meet again
jSVedn sday night to go over ..the situa
Bishop Burns spoke at Larimore
Sunday arternoon, returning here 'in
time l'or the evening_.services._,XhJ*
morn ng he went to Minot for special
services, after which he will return
|iis hume at Helena. •,
Taking the words of the shepherds,^
•'Let us now go even -until Bethle
hem,' as his text, Bishop'Burns "de
livered a Christmas sermon at the
Sunday morning services of the Meth
He spoke of the road to Bethlehem,
the road over which the shepherds
went to sec the Christ child, as a road
lgrimage through all the ages.
Over this road, in the red months of
the war, went the English general,
Xllenby, and his delivering hosts.
Over the city of Bethlehem now float
the flag of civilization and the flag of
The road to Bethlehem is a road of
enchantment, he sa'd. It is the
And the Road to Bethlehem is the
road- of democracy. Over it went
Christ on his missions to the sick and
heavy of heart and over it went men
and women of all classes, seeking in
'Bethlehem the light. But it Is not
.'. only the road'of democracy, he sa'd
it also is the road of peace. It is
the syoftbol of what the diplomats of
the world sought at the p~ace table at
seeking for the dynamic force of the
world, he said one could not find it in
the material things that one labors
for. Such forces would not keep the
world going for thirty days, he said.
The great driving force of the world
wis found in the cradles. It is the love
of the It tie child, the love that drives
men and women to the very extremes,
symbol of the witchery and the joy of the country, as it^ is believed to ^be the
Christmas. Over it tread the feet of
the happy—the men and women who
have the Christmas spirit in their
hearts and who make the children of
the world merry upon that day.- The
road to Bethlehem is a road of remi
niscence. On Christmas day, there
are vacant places in the hearts of
many only the memory of one who
is gone or who is far away and only
th'e memory of a day that :s dead oc
cupy those places, but it still is the
Road to Bethlehem.
Versailles—the symbol of what the
world wants, but which the world will
not' ge.t till it cries for it through
Bishop Burns spoke of the fact that
the Road to Bethlehem Is the symbol
-of the Christmas season—a
which 8 essentially childhood's. In
it keeps the world moying. And it
this force which the Road, to Beth
Doll Carriages ..
Dressed Dolls ...
Teddy Bears ., .•
$ &eam Engines..
Mrs. Be ml cc Wilson, left, city
ell member Mrs. Jennie S. Lase
wcll, right, retiring mayor and now
member of city council, and, be
low, Mrs. Mary Burt, mayor.
A wave of feminism at Yoncalla,
Oregon, swept women into all city of
fices and the future of this struggling
community will be watched all over
first city in the United States having
all its city affairs conducted by
women. The five women elected are
all about middle aged- and while they
have not had much experience in poli
tics, they have all along been recog
nized as being able to conduct the af
fairs of their homes in a businesslike
way. Mrs. Wilson, one of the mem
bers of the council, is a school
teacher and the wife of the post-
CLUB ASKED TO
VOTE ON CHANGES
IN FEDERAL TAXES
United States Chamber of Commerce
Submits Important Referendum
After Year's Investigation.
More than fourteen hundred com
mercial and .industrial organizations
throughout the country, including the
Grand Forks Commercial Club were
season asked today by the Chamber of Com-
mcrce of the United States to register
in a national referendum vote their
views on the question of revision
ng the Kiddies to
Let them1 roam around and fill
their little hearts with delight with
the sights that 'Will greet them
here. Let them see the whirling
trains, the climbing monkeys, the
galloping horses, the flying aero
planes, the beautiful dolls and the
hundreds of other things that will
make them' laugh with glee. They'll
be tickled pink and so will you,
too, when you see that
Our Prices Are the Lowest
.. .$1.50 to %1JUt
.,..$2.75 to $8.00
.. *1.50 to $6.00
.$3J!5 to $25.00
.... 50s to $85.00
.... .. .$1.25
.$2.50 'to $5.00
1?. 50c to $25.00
... .$4.00 to $«.00
.75c to $1.50
.. .506 to $12.50.
.75c to $4.50!
.... .SSc to $7.00
MbchwHical Trains^.$430 to $14JM»|"
•K0e to $$.00
•99M to $1530
FEMINISM SWEEPS CITY AND
WOMEN HOLD ALL CITY OFFICES
federal taxation laws.
The vote is on fifteen proposals for
radical changes in methods of levy,
advanced by the Nat'onal Chamber's
Committee on Taxation, which made
its report after nearly a year's study
of the subject.
In sending out the report for a, vote
the board of directors
Chamber makes it clear that the
venings Until Christmas
master. Mrs. Burt, the newly elected
mayor, is looking forward to some
busy council gatherings.
Board itself neither approves the
recommendations nor dissents from
them. The sole purpose Is to Obtain
the opinion of the country's business
organizations'and not to get approval
of the report itself.
IN FINE PROGRAM
AT MASONIC TEMPLE
High School Players Under Direction
E. A. Moses Present Interesting
Concert on Sunday Afternoon.
The High school symphony orches
tra was introduced at the Masonic find
Temple Sunday afternoon in a concert, place for,yourself,
of more than usual excellence. The
Eastern Star sponsored the concert
which was given under the direction
of E. A. Moses, and was heard, by a
large gathering of Masons and their
The program offered variety,- and
the numbers served to show that the
organization is' made up of talented
yxung people, who have been given
tne most-- careful instruction by "iliSlIf'
leader.' The orchestra- is well balanced,
and many fifie effects-were, achieved In
Luigini, the Faust ballet numbers, and
the 'Anvil chorus, from "II Trovatore,"
the flatter being given with very ef
fective electrical effects.
Clarence E. Zink, tenor, contributed
a-! group- .of ^interesting songs ,to the
nrogram, but the male quartet which
h-'cl been announced was omitted De
cause of the illness of some of the
The program throughout was re
ceived with enthusiasm, the audience
demanding several encores.
BOY SCOUT COUNCIL
I WILL MEET TONIGHT
A meeting of the Grand Forks
council of the Boy Scouts will be held
in the Commercial Club rooms to
night at 7:30 o'clock, at which it is
expected that representatives of var
ious organizations will be present.
The meeting is to be opened by a
patrol of scouts, and W. A. Herr'ck,
scout executive, of Fargo will ad
dress the meeting on organization
The scouts-of the local council! have
offered thett services to the' public
Welfare -association to' assist in' de
livering thfrf. dhristmas' packages ..-^9
unfortunate faLmllies of the city^ks
they did last' year.
TAG DAY NETTED
$300 FOR FUND
About $300 was raised for the Sal
vation Army Christmas fund in the
tag day sale held on the. street#of this
city'Saturday by members of the local
army cor pa
•Despite the cold weather that pre
vailed and.the small number of work
ers the results were very .gratifying.
Christmas dinners, therefore, will be
furnished to, a large number-of the
needy of the city.
Save i| |K
On Tour Dressmaker's Bill.
make her own
will have the
Bantorium lay in the plaits.'
«ply sOtch the plaited ma
to a fitted belt and th«
skirt is ready for use/
Voo srp as mr tfv Manic
CtaaiiM* .thr CUisest'
MRS. BLAKE SENDS
REPORT ON NATIONAL
Mrs.. Blake. fprmeriy was a. resident
•of Granl arid ^vad^'-b^
Mr Gowran to. represent the:,',- local..
According to Mrs. Blalfe's r^pbrjt
was unanimously agreed that* the first
duty of (the Red' Cross Is to the dis-*
abled soldier and his dependents,
Where, there is a flhanclal problum in
the home, and that such duty should
continue indefinite!? as long as such
soldiers need help. It waafelso agreed
that all possible help should lie given
to the' ex-service men who were dis
charged as well, but who later de
velop disabilities frtSm their war ser.v-r
The duty of the Red .fCrtN&vtdxthes
partially disabled soldlet&u': to %e#k
him out, aid the Ignorant^ of them."
and to, encourage him
GKAHD FORKS HERALD, MONDAY, DECEMBER 80, 1920.
vhursingV nutrition sutyey.
j?seiifirice' extension should be
by the- Red .Cross'-only In
communities .wh.e're state or local or
ganizations are not sufficient to
handle ihe conditions. The Red Cross
shouTd^tonly continue these benches
The first step towards success in
life is a sound business training.
After you have acquired this you are
ready to face the world and you fee
capable of. entering business life in the
Capacity of an. accountant, cashier,
private secretary, stenographer, office
manager, or as owner of your own
business. When you graduate from
this big. successful school, you know
and the, business.
..world' knows that
your'training has been right/" That is
one Kison" why bu'r ptudents iare in
demand and why they, are getting the
big places. Send for free catalog and
out how easy it is to make a
l^tcker A Hughes, Principals
erand^jrks,"' NbfOi DMtots
with the Idea ofeducattng the com
munis- to take them over, Ultimately,
it believed, and itwas pointed
Accoontof Conference at home service extension and .public
Wafhtacto* to Sent by Represents J»?»'£
C.,) who represented the 3wnd
D. C.', who represented
Forks-county chapter ol the
Cross at the. national conference held
at Washington recently has, Sent,, to
C. C. Qowran, chairman of the Grand
Forks county chapter, an interesting
report of the conference. A':
that ihere is danger, of permitting
BUlllIinU ng Civilian Relief to extend too far.
National ofBcer* pointed put that the
holds his age well when ho lsvold.
much responsibility as his physical
and mental condition, will permit, ac
cording to Mrs. Blake's report. These
soldiers should be encouraged. to take
advantage of the. vocational training
courses. It was-emphasized, but it also
was pointed out. that the Red. Cross
should'take care of .'them'in the in
terim. Resolutions were passed in
rd,. v. :,/
(ranches of- Red Cross
FOB MOTHER, WIFE OR
Cameo Broodies ......
Diamond Bar' Pins....
Gold Bar Pins ........
Ivory Toilet Sets
.. FOR HUSBAND. BROTHER
'M OR "HIM"
Belt Bnckles ........ .$ X.50-$ 10.00
Watcb Chains ... ... S.&0- 45.00
CuS links ..1,50- 50.00
Evening Dress 8ets '4JS0- 15.00.
Cigarette Holders 5.00- 15100
Key Rings ........ .76- l&O
Fountain Pens ......r 1M, 16.00
Madrid, Dec. 80.—Mobarchtat can
didates to the Spanish' Cortes re
ceived large majorities in the elec
tions held in' Spain ytaterday. So' fir
ad known the.. socialists hi
only two seats while Republloans were
not successful' In .any' contest: |j
HEN AS EMBLKM,
Ottawa, Ont, Dec. 20.-—"The old
Canadian hen." as a national emblem.
Is urged by E. C. ElfoVd. dom'nion
government poultry expert, following
S Today is none too early to make your selection, for our Pathe Phoiiojgr^gl^
are all just fresh from the factory. You can Select any records from the woj:ld*§!
largest repertoire of music. ., ,"vj-
10 $150 $25 $175
12 $175 $25 $200
17 $225 $25_ $250
21 $250 $25 $275
FURNITURE AND CARPET CO.
GRAND FORKS, N. D.
Your Gilt Baying Time is Short
LET YOU THOUGHTS TURN TO
We have yet a good selection of DIAMONDS at prices and quality that
cannot be duplicated.
DIAMONDS $15 TO $100
8 N.FOURTH ST. GRAND FORKS N.D.
Mall' Ordecs CarcfuBf and Pronptly Fl^ed
OFF ON ALL
STANDARD PRICES EVERYWHERE. THE $25 WORTH OF
ORDS ARE GIVEN FREE WITH ANY OF THESE MODELS,
The unusual offer is made for the purpose of demonstrating Pathe suprematy,ih.
Name Your Own Ternjii
Within Reason, and Secure Immediate Delivery.
FOR THE SCEIOOL QIRL OR BOY
Belt Buckles: :...*.$ 3.50-$ lo.oo
W at ha in 3 5 0 4 5 0 0
Watchcs, lngcrsolls.... 2.50.- 11.5ft ,h
Cuff Links.,:.. j.1.50- 50.00 t"'V
Fountahi P^hs .:V... "£$0- 15.00
Eversharp,Pencils .. .. ,:4?B0- 8.50.
Knives .. .. .||io- IQ.00!~?X, rA
FOR" THE DEAREST^
la ^repbrt Ujat th^caver- wasrdyln^
HAS NO NEEDLES TO CHANGE
PLAYS WITH THE
IS ALWAYS READY Tb PLAY
IS THE BEST PHONOGRAPH MADE.
Q»N!®.OF ALL ||f^i
Knife and Fork sets
B*by Caps ..
Cluiins and Lockets
La Tausca.'Necklaocs ,. .6.25
$ i.oo-$ 5.oo:tt -Wi
v-£. ^-ir r.
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