where to go tonight.
Strand—"The A of Love" with
Orpheum—Vaudeville and pictures.
Foto Play^"The Mother"Und the
*Apota—"Manhattan Madness" with
The Hotel Northern stands for
|cleanliness. H. N. Wells, Prop.—Adv.
•«. Read the Great Easter Meat Bar
gains offered in our ad on Page 7. Thursday.
Jianitary .Meat Market.—Adv.
I ®*noe at the auditorium every
Saturday night.. Emard's full orches
tra 10c plan. Admission, S tickets
Where Will Ton Eat on Easter Sun-1 services
day? At the Hotel Dacotah to be
sure! Special E&ster dinner will be
-. "Ladies' Bloueoe"—Tailor made.
aNo try-on necessary. Dacotah Cus
ftom Shirt Shop, Model Steam Laun
dry Bldg. Phone 1914-W.—Adv.
Hear Evangelist Thompson, East
Side Mission, 224 DeMers. tonight, 8
o'clock. Subject, Modern Amuse
ments in the light of the Bible.—Adv.
Big Easter Ball—At the auditori
um. Monday, March 28th. Music by
Emard's 10-piece orchestra. Ticket*,
including tax, 1.10. Let's go.—Adv.
Masonic Meeting—-There will be a
regular communication of Acacia
Lodge No. 4, A. F. & A. M., this eve-
at 7:30 o'clock. F. A. Bennett,
W. M. I. A. Berg. Sec'y.
Iverson H«re—F. J. Xverson. prin
cipal of the agricultural college high
-school, is in Grand Forks today en
route' to Northwood, where he will
speak this evening at a high school
rally which is to be held In the
Northwood opera house tonight.
Signs of Spring—a clap of thunder,
followed by a sprinkling of rain, ob
served shortly ^fter 5 o'clock yester
4ay afternoon, was greeted as the
most welcome sign of spring to be
given this year.
Vacation Starts Classes at the uni
versity were dismissed Thursday eve
ning and a large number of students
left immediately for their homes to
ispend the Easter, holidays. Classes
will be resumed on April 6.
tr. S. A. A. S. Men—An interesting
communication was recetved this
morning by Joe Rablnovlch adjutant,
.concerning the U. S. A. A. 8. All for
mer members of this branch of serv
ice who are interested are requested
to call at Mr. Rabinovlch's office, 809
Wwp Man Hero—E. F. Fader,
representing the United States depart
ment of labor employment service as
director of the Fourth district with
headquarters at St. LottJs, spent last
evening In the city In conference with
H. Mayne Stanton, secretary of the
Bank Clearings—Gr ind Forks hank
'eluarlngs for the week ending1 March
2/f, were $1,185,897, compared wfth
11,785,046 for the aame weak last
year, and last week's olearings
248,828, according to W. & Dickin
son, manager of the Grand Forks
Clearing House association.
Revival BuiIom The Church of
the First Born will eomraesoe revival
services Hjjjth* public library auditor
ium Saturday evening, March 28.
Ministers from several different eltles
will he present at the meetings. Spe
cial music will be furnished by a
string band and speelal song services
will be held at each meeting.
$1*00 and $1.50
THE TOWN TODAY
Rotarians will have benefit of spe
cial railroad rates tir district confer
ence at Fargo.
H. R. Peterson, representing com
bined state and federal employment
service, arrives to take charge of em
ployment office at county farm bu
Grand' Forks county's $10,000 case
against the Ingemann Construction
company of St. Paul, opened on
Wednesday, is adjourned until Mon
day. Officials return here.
Rex "Wllllard addressed Kempton
farmers on plans of committee of .17,
Mather Chapter Rose Croix last
night, hpld annual Maundy Thurs'day
Good Friday services held in vari
ous church of city today.
Two choirs of city to sing saered
cantatas tonight In commemoration
of Good Friday.
Two stolen motors for electric
washing machines recovered today by
day. Plan to eat there.—Adv.
TO ATLANTA AT
the caning of Debs to Washington did
not mean the adoption of a policy of
general amnesty toward political pris
oners, but waa merely to facilitate the
investigation of the Debs' case.
Had Novel Experience.
Debs showed that he was enjoying
the novelty of an experience so dif
ferent from the routine days at the
penitentiary, where he Is serving a
ten-year term on conviction of violat
ing.the espionage act.. On almost
nn9~other subject' than his. trip to
Washington, the Socialist leader re
plied, cheerfully, seeming to enjoy
Grand Forks and Fargo Builders'
and Traders' Exchanges agree upon
cut of 20 per cent in wages.
He waa hardly noticed by the usual I
crowd of travelers until moving pic
tore cameras began to grind.
With an apology to the warden the
Socialist leader paused a moment
and permitted the camera men to
U. S. WEATHER BUREAU.
7:00 A. M. Observations.
Maxbnom, 13 hours 54
Mtnlmwn. 24 hours 33
Wind. sotitlMrest, miles.... 8
Precipitation, If honrs..... .01
New York—The answer of Mrs.
James A. Sttllman to her husband's di
vorce charges contains a categorical
denial of his claims that he was not
the father of her youngest child.
BOY may not be interested in
the cost of his clothes, but his
mother is, particularly at the rate
boys wear out their clothes.
boys5 clothes are the most economical
you can buy. They're made so well
they outwear ordinary clothes you
don'j: have to buy them so often.
We have plenty of
good styles to show
the boys they're
certain to like them.
$8.30 Borsalino Hats $8.50
These "hats have all the new style features and being light in weight
"V are most comfortable to wear.
Mallory Hats $4.00 to $6.00 Caps $1.50 to $4.00
Order By Mail—Pared Post Prepaid
M. G. OLSON CO.
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
the. International Relief organization p0uce
S S a
Spedal Sunday Dhmer will be serv-1 currlng In Fuplng county. The county
ed at the Hotel Dacotah Easter Sun-Cranking next to Fuplng in the number
•180 Per Acre—M. O'Connor, local
land dealer, claims that, business, is
good and that. North Dakota land' is
in demand, pointing to the sale of the
Dan O'Connor farm near St. Thomas,
which was purchased by a Fort
Dodge. Iowa. farmer for 150 per
of deaths is Ankang, with 8.000. The
others range from. 3,000 downward.
Pneumonia, plague recently made its
appearance in twenty vilages along the
border between the provinces of Chih
li and Shantung, 10S persons dying
from the malady.
Typhus Breaks Out.
Only Five Men out of every one hun
dred at the age of sixty are Independ-j cases being reported dally. Mpdical au
ent or have ah income. The other thorities there, however, have condi
nlnety-flve are dependent on others]
for support. Unless you save you can
not have. We pay 5% on savings com
pounded quarterly. Checking accounts
solicited. Open Saturday evenings.
First Ravings Bank, Grand Forks, N.
(Continued from Page 1)
Tn some counties in Honan there
was a dangerous condition arising
from an outbreak of typhus, twenty
Funds amounting to 3.250,000 gold
taels (about $4,500,000) including l.-ithal
I persons., not. counting those requiring
economic assistance in resuming their
I normal pursuits.'.
It is estimated by the advisory com
mittee that 4.000.000 gold taels will be
required to carry on the work of feed
ing the starving people, although this
amount might be cut to 1.500.000 taels
if corn should arrive from America by
j.the last of April. A campaign for rais
ing famine funds in China, which has
been going on for the past month, has
netted 140.000 gold taels.
I The American Red Cross is feeding
1150.000 persons employing Ihem to
work on the roads.
Easter Season Does
Not Bring Relief In
Fighting In Ireland
Belfast, March 25.— (By The Asso
ciated Press.)—The Easter season f:aw
no abatement, of the bloodshed In Ire
John Cathcart. manufacturer, was
shot dead by civilians who hrokc»into
his house early today. "Convicted spies
and informers beware," was found
printed on a paper near the body.
Last night a. former sergeant major
of the regular British Infantry was
found shot and badly wounded in :a
street in Dublin, having been" attacked
by three persons. Until recently the
sergeant major had been employed in
the Ballykinler internment camp. Two
little girls in the vicinity were seri
ously wounded, one of who died. A
male pedestrian also was wounded.
Kaynee Wash Suits, guar
anteed fast colors, in 1-piece
or S-pie^--models and mid
75c to $3.50
GRAND FORKS HERALD. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1921
GIRL WANTED IN
Toledo,.. Ohio, March 25.—iPost
office inspectors from Toledo district
jwill go to Chicago today to bring
back Wanda Urbaytis. wanted In
[connection with the mail robbery
here of February 17, when yore than
__ a million dollars in cash and Aegoti-
ln SlXtCCn Counlies, 50,6001 able paper was ..taken in a holdup of
Deaths Have Occurred office" here.
Si |three mail clerks at the central post
The girl, according to the inspec
tor!^ had managed to elude pursuit
jslrtce February 20, when she locked
1 herself in a compartment of a train
.. en route to Chicago and foiled officers
_~Peking, March -4.—(By The Asso-'at Elkhart. Ind., where her brother,
elated Press.)—Famine. Which holds joc Urbaytis, and a pal. Joe Culbert.
the provinces of Honan. Shensi and Were captured.
Shlhli in its sinister grasp, is reaping jjitiss Urbaytis and her brothers .Toe.
a dreadful harvest, according to re. and Frank, were indicted by the
ports received at the headquarters of.
*n twenty-two counties of
Honan, the ayerase djjlly death rate
from famine in the northern
ties of the province,averaged 300 daily,
Sixteen counties in Shensi covered
g^and Jury here this week,
most serloue phaae of the scourge be-!? h»n»v«.
ing found, apparently, .near Fuping. a
small town northeast of Sianla-Fu,
capitol of the province. In the sixteen
counties there have been 50.600 deaths
from starvation- since the beginning of
the famine, 30,000 of these deaths oc-
ann.r.ntlv maqi fit i«~ ueiJCVC.
000,000 taels from the American Tied dfred Mrs. Davis for the small sum
Cross have been apportioned to all had in the store.
famine districts bv the alvisorv corn-1 Pontilo told the police that Mrs. Da
miuee of all organistaiions 'in the
postoffice inspectors sp\ a.
connection between Wands Urbaytis
three women under arrest in
for some part in the Toledo
The other three women, whose de
from an alleged
r.tiof ^nwiMiittoeo. ham «..fT»roH i'Pnl,?n reSUIT.ea
"of' money"" were
Two Toledo men were arrested re
cently at Gary. Ind.. when an auto
mobile in which they were riding
bore an automobile licensr tag issued
to the Urbaytis girl.
BELIEVED TO HAVE
Superior, Wls.i: March 25:—A .lealous
suitor may have killed Mrs. Marie Da
vis. 26. divorcee, in her Utile ronfee
tionery shop on Third street last night,
police believe today, following the dis-!
covcry that Mrs. Davis was engaged I
lo wed Louis Pontilo, thir. rity.
The apparent motive, for the murder
is robbery, the store having been loot-
stricken regions. This committee is in-' Davis in Superior nine months aso.
I termed the American committee fop' .V.en.l (o Minneapolis, and returned
I the China relief fund, headed bv here two months ago. Pont.Ho had a di-
Thomas W. Lamont. is Molng its tit-!
most to provide food for 8.000.000 Mrs. D«VM»'* as soon- «s- he ob-
But the police doubt
robber would have mur-
many suitors. Pontilo mot Mrs.
"etion pending and intend, to
tained It is divorce he declared.
Mrs. Davii^waii- mhrfl»r?1 lietween
6:30 and 6:.TO last night. The time was
definitely fixed by Ruth Miller, who
telephoned Mrs. Davis and .-jiranged
to go to a. show at 6:20. hut received
no answer when she telephoned at
6:35. Two men were seen to enter
Mrs. Davis' place a few minutes lat.cr.
Washington—The National Civic
Federation and the American Defense
society, filed protests with Secretary
Hughes against resumption of trade
New York—G. B. Stroomillo." Rus
sian labor leader. In a statement on
trade conditions in Russia, said that
President. Gompers of the American
Federation of Labor, authorized him
to say that the labor movement in the
United States would not give counter
pance to Bolshevism, either in this
country or Russia.
Washington—Marcel Knecht, sec
tary to Rene Viviani, said the' latter
on his visit to Harding would give a
receptive ear to proposals on the peacc
settlement and the League of Na.tiona.
Ts'ashville, Tenn.—Two persons were
killed and much property destroyed
by a, tornado which swept central
Tennessee and Kentucky.
Washington—Farm labor is rela
tively plentiful this year at wages .lesa
than last year, according to reports
to thfe department of agriculture.
Washington—President Harding fa
vors passage of a brief, concise emerg
ency tariff bill applicable to only a
small number of farm products.
Washington—Heads of ^11 diplo
matic missions have been ordered to
get. rid.of all non-American attaches
by Jul 1.
Chicago—Representatives of lead
ing grain exchanges met to discuss
legislation passed or pending in several
states relating to trading in grain fu
Washington—The sign "No Visitors
Allowed" was removed from the sta.te,
war and navy buildings where, it had
been since war with Germany was de
Milan, Italy—Latest reports show
SI killed and 100- injured in "the bomb
explosion in the Diana theater.
Jacksonville. Fla.—Lieutenant W.
T. Coney hopped off from here on his
attempted one.stop return flight to
Hamburg—Not less than 30 persons
were killed in riots here Wednesday.
Chicago—Judge Landis suspended
Eugene Paulette, first baseman for the
Phillies, for alleged connection with
throwing baseball games.
TO t.WESTIGATE whiskey ring
St. Louis. Mo.. March 2 5.—Federal
officials here today began an investi
gation into reports of an alleged
"whiskey ring" following the arrest
yesterday of three men, one of whom
was Talton T. Francis, sbn of Oavis R.
Francis, former ambassador to Russia
in the Wilson administration.
WHAT GRAND FORKS PKOPLE
From The Herald of March 25, 1836.
Saloon men of Grand Forks were
objecting to this temperance campaign
ttvat was being conducted here. ^Sever
al had been arrested for sailing liquor
on Sunday and lor keeping open after
J. J. McCalluni, the- ptaaay taljor,
had ju»t received big Una of spring
iuite which he waa advertising ex
Tiie Grand Forks scheois were to
close .for the Easter vacation the nezt
William Cummings of the Grand
forks Foundry left for eastern points
To purchase $2,000 worth of machin
ary for hisplant.
Will -Rand returned to Grand
Forks from the east where he had
been spending a short time on busi
Guests at tffe Ingalls Houae that
day Included M. £sborn, Lakota
Walter A. Cobban, Fargo E. N.
Falk, Caledonia 9. F. L&valley,
Reynolds D. McKlven. Detroit,
Mloh. A, Morrison ^Qd wife, Emer
St. Irfjuis was in the grip of a la
bor strike. All railroads were, tied
up and the-strikers attempted to
(hoot any .man .that attempted tp
oparat* a train. The militia was being
held in rtafttnets to quell any dlaturb
4jMUt fiifbt Vim,
?•'. 4'* y".
That indescribable something of luxury and
beauty surrounds the costume where furs
play a part. This store is now ahowinp: new
Spring and Summer Furs.
Bright cherry red now
Graduated pearl beads,
things, hut add greatly
Silk to give a touch of warmth
on chilly evenings. Long Tux
rdo collars form a becoming line
on many of the new styles. The
good part is the moderate cost.
It's such a comfort to have extra
chemises, nightgowns a flit pttti
coats put. away, all ready for
summer needs. Every day
so finds fresh styles arriving.
ROADS BAD BUT NOT
EAST SIDE BRIEFS
Last night after the service at the
mission, Rev. C. A. Thompson per-'
formed the cerepaony which united in
maxriage Victor Ranstrom and Miss
Ida Sandstrom. both of 'Warren,
Minn. The young couple will return
to Warren where they expect to
make their home.
TO FIGHT APRIL 16.
Milwaukee, waxch 25.—"Irish
Patsy" Cline of New York will meet
Pinkey Mitchell of Milwaukee in a
ten round bout, no decision bout in
Milwaukee April 16, according to lo.
Apparel in the
Suits, Frocks and Wraps
Easter wouldn't be Easter without dome new
article of apparel. Assortments so skillfully as
sembled make selecting comparatively a simple
task. Each mode presented Is a pronounced suc
cess. Here are frocks of Canton. Crepe charmingly
beaded. Wraps In rich toned, soft surfaced fabrics.
Suits tailored with expert precision. No end of re
finements bare been added to- Increase their scrvice
ro much in demand.
They are just little
are many, such dainty creations
you -never guessed of. Sachet
puff, powder puffs, and mirrors
on ribben wound sticks, llttl*
flowers and things t'o brighten
the dressing table.
firp 1CT CP iCAHf!
A report brought. In here this morn
ing by the rural mall Harriers Indi
cates that the roads in this vicinity
are in very poor conditiou at the pres
The report indicated, however, that
the roads are n^t in as bad condition
at this time as they were under the
same conditions last year. At this
time last year the. rural carriers found
several of the roads practically im
passible, but so this year not much
difficulty has been experienced.
DULV/TH MAN WILL
SPEAK TO MASONS
,T. E. Denfield of Duluth. Minn..
thirty-third degree Mason, will give
a lecture Saturday evening at the
Masonic hall, Kast Grand Forks, it
was announced here this morning.
Mr. Denfield will speak on Masonic
The affair is to be held under the
auspices of Red River lodge No. 292,
A. F. and A. M. and will commence,
at 8 o'clock. A cordial invitation has
been extended to all Master' Masons
will cux for yoa*
OB OTHER GAXmWTtt
And we will
Clean and Press
Then in Time for
We are equipped to accommodate
even the eleventh hour call, so send
your clothes to the "Always Better"
"Do It now.**
40T PsMiw Crr—a fYwk*. K.
ALLEGED TO HAVE
SOLD STOLEN BONDS
Chicago. March 23.—The police, to
day announced the arre.st yesterday of
charged with selling liberty
Lll^U LAv I dbAdvil bonds valued at .??.200, the greater
BE PRETTY, TURN
GRAY HAIR DARK
Try Grandmother's old Fav
orite Recipe of Sage Tea
Almost even-one knows that Sage,
Tea and Sulphur, properly compound
ed, brings bacl\ the natural color and I
lustre to the hair when faded, streak- I
ed or gray. Years ago the only way to I
get this'mixture was to make it at
home, which is mussy and trouble
some. Nowadays, by asking at any
drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sul- 1
phur Compound." you will get a .large
bottle of this famous old recipe, im
proved by the addition of other in
gredients, at a small cost.
Don't stay gray! Try It! No one
can posBibly tell that you darkened
your hair, as it does it so naturally
and evenly.- Tou dampen a sponge or
soft brush with it and draw this
through your hair, taking one small'
strand at a. time by morning the gray
hair disappears, and after another ap
plication or two. your hair becomes
beautifully dark, glossy and attractive.
Canton Crepe, Crepe de Chine and Georgette,
wlfen developed In gay shades seem to con
centrate all the vividness of Spring in their
Thp smart figure of today has a graceful.
uncorsoted look that is really a masterpiece
or corseting. La Camille and Bon Ton plus
o'jr corsetier give/ that effect.
Must we mention again the ne
cessity of correct gloves—-one
must have juet the right shade
for the complete costume: 12
and wrist lengths are here.
Kayser famous marvel fit and
Orchid in silk top vest and suits:
some embroidered, some plain,
some white, some pink, all of
them fine in quality.
Perhaps you have waited to find
.itist what pumps yoti were going
to selcct before you purchase
your hosiery. Here are shades to'
part of which were said to have been
stolen from the bank of A. G. Blakes
lee at Galien. .Mich., March, 18. The
men gave their names as Frank iuig-»
ley and Fred L. Hague.
PHILADELPHIA HDETOR DEAD.
Philadelphia. Fa., March C,i.—
William Pcrrine. 63. editor-in-chief
'of :he Philadelphia. Evening Bulletin,
died ioJ,iy after a brief illness.
Herald Want Ads Bring Resulta
Send Your Clothes
By Parcel Pest To
407 OeMer* Grand Porks, H. XI.
We. Always Plea*
209 X. 8th St. Grand Forks, N. I.
Hot Cross Buns
Tnie Kind Mother Used To Make
CAXDY EGGS, RABBITS
Easter Baskets, Etc
Of Every Description. All Flavors
Made to Order
Northwestern Bank BUIg*
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