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Start With Big Fellow,
"Wash or clean the inside of the
cup and platter and the outside will.
cleanse itself Faid F. Halsey Am
brose last night at the Presbyterian
church in his sermon on "Law En-*
Most tasteful, exquisite and
original settings—variety so
great that every desire may
be easily satisfied.
The wonderful brilliancy of
'a fine Diamond can be shown
only if ittounted in an artistic
and correct mounting.
-We'are showing many new
ideas in Diamond Solitaire
settings. May we show them
$20 to $800
Gifts That Last
P. Girard & Son
8 NO. FOURTH ST.
In opening his discourse. Air. Am
brose read the- correspondence be
tween himself and Wiiiam l/imke, at
torney general, regarding law enforce
ment at the present time in North
Dakota. Mr. Ijemke's letter stated
that he is about to open a furious
campaign against law breakers in.this
state, especially bootleggers atid whis
key runners. Mr. Ambrose's answer
indicated that he realizes the tre
mendous task ahead of the attorney
general if he attempts to enforce the
present laws of tiie state and that he
will aid him in) every way possible
provided th^t fear or favor is elimin
"If every man used Jesus as an ex
ample and follows closely in his path.
there would be no law and there
would be no use for jails, jailers and
courts," said Mr. Ambrose. At the
present time there are too many laws,
laws that are never enforced and if
th^at is the case unnecessary laws
should be struck ironi the statutes,
according to Mr. Ambrose. He used
as an example, the statutes of his
home state, New Tork. He stated
before he studied for the ministry he
studied law and from the knowledge
gained there, he is- positive, hp said.
that the big percentage of the laws
of that state are useless and should
be annulled. He pointed ou th a.t-the
same is the case in this state. Mr.
Ambrose advocated fewer laws with a
more severe penalty.
"Law enforcement should begin navy, lirst joined tne marine corps as a private to serve hUS country
at the top with the big powerful men
ill offenderi" Mr. Ambrose said.
"When Mr. Lemke took the (j»th of
nffl^e ho swore to enforce the law to
the best of his ability without fear or
Tavor. In order' to do this he must
forget all political, affiliations and
Mr. Ambrose i&id that if these men
his life to put his name down in his
tory as one of .the great men of this
country,' but in order to do this he
will .be politically crucified, the speak
er said. He must work for the en
forcement of the laws of this state
without fear or favor and if he suc
ceeds in .'pacifying turbulent North
Dakota, his name will be remembered
with the great men of this country,
Mr. Ambrose said.
No Brand Inspector,
Here, Board Declares
Grand Forks county commissioners
were notified on Saturday of the pas
sage of House Bill No. 7 at the last
session of the legislature, which pro
vides for the appointment of "brand
Inspectors" in each county—a meas
ure tin tended to protect stock raisers
from thefts of cattle. The law carries
the emergency clause, and becomes
effective at once.
Yes—More of Them
I have arrived and unpacked ready for your
In a wide range of material^ and newest styles.
All afe- 'c#rie4^^t •..
Yoti can ttcheapejr«ai .the
As the law makes the appointment ^na«er
optional with the county
I for a living.
POSITIONS ARE REVERSED AS
DENBY MEETS OLD SUPERIOR
A shimmy dancer has to struggle
Cocoa Door Mats
On Sale Monday From
PUBNITURE & CARPET. CO.
OCTHTTESS FOB THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Next to Ilerald Bldg. South Third Street
Secretary Denby shaking handfl with Major Tittoni.
When Edwin Denby millionaire manufacturer and "noW secretary of .the I
ry, iirst joined the marine corps as a private to serve his cowntry when
the war broke out. his regiment was commanded by Major* Ronato Tittoni.
of the community and not with the Recently Denby met the major at the capital. This, time Denby was the
superior Officer. "The training you gave me will stand by me in good stead
now," Denby told the major.
mediately .start an investigation of the.
heads of the state, and communities."
Mr. AniUrosr said thati the.se men
are law-breakers and are made ex
amples of thero will be, no need for
such workers in this state as F. L.
Watkins .itiid his crew of law en
irts fe-Jj •.
INCREASE IN TAX
RATES THIS YEAR
House Bill, 25, which recently be
came effective and which limits as
sessments of municipalities to an
average f6r the last thre"te years, also
reduced the exemptions on real es
tate and farm machinery, county of
ficials have pointed out.
The exemption last year was $1,000
on residence property occupied by the
Owner, and that exemption has been
cut to $600 under the new law. Farm
machinery is'also affected by the law
A' small number of men pn
night to'attehd a meeting of what
was termed the Women's Progressive
ileague. A. H. Hanson, Grand Forks.
the chief speaker.
missioned here believed that the *Ir- Hanson discussed^ the difficulty
measure is intended for the western
part of the state only:
Dakota m,u and
cle\ator bonds, and
in referring to Uie share the Grand
Commercial club had under- with this movement
V/UUiiiici^idi uuu ilet 14 miuvi ._
These officers were elected .for the
organization: President, Mrs. James
McHaflie vice president, Mrs. H. H.
Aaker treasurer, Mrs. O. iH. Edding
ton "secretary, Mrs. Cady Hoop.
MAKING OFFICE HOLDERS WORK
I (New York Herald.)
One immediate, concrete results of
1 the Harding accession to power is the
opening of an era of real work in the
public oifices at Washington. There is
a long held theory among the office
holders down there that, as a recent
dispatch in our news columns put it,
"it iei foolish to work too hard when
Uncle Sam is the employer." It ap
pears that the new department heads
do not believe in'it at all. Secretary
Hughes has been turning up at the
state department at 9 a. m. and the
postmaster general, the attorney gen
eral and the secretary of war have
been equally early. The .president ap
pears at his desk at% 30i
Now, what is a poor job holder to
do when his boss chooses to appear at
the office "in the middle of the night"
but get there too? It is hard but safe
ty first is a maxim nobody dares ignore
$Lt the beginning of a new administra
tion. Getting to work, however, is not
the worst of it. Work itself seems to
ue expected,- a whole day's work every
$B.y, and the'day lasting on to regular
MAKf1: HEAVY HITTERS.
Boyes Springs, Cal., March 25.—'
Heavy hitters are hammering balls,
out of' sight daily in the training
camp here of the Salt I^ake club of
the Pacific Coast league. Newspaper
men here with the team predict that
the Bees will be up among the lead
ers1 at the »nd of the season if they
hit' the -ball in league games as well
as they'have been hammering it dur
ing the spring training.
l:2^Ieadihg the hitters is "Gawy"
CT&vath,- veteran major league rftay
f!eryh,o-is'Salt Lake's new manager.
Cr^vath in one practice game recent
ty knocked out seven home runs and-|
lit is predicted he may set a new
league record for circuit clouts..
Along with Cravath in the hilting de
partment are .Jenkins, catcher Lynn
catcher Jourdan. f.trat baseman and
Sand, third baseman.
Cravath. hopes' to obtain. several
more players from eastern league
Clubs to fill in some of the gaps made
in the club' last season/
Balzac said: "Woman, is a crsature
I between man and the angles." How
•. trite, if lit
not for her 'all ipen
would -h§ye an easy road to heaven.
a« a result at pale, thin, watery blood
—Nuxated Iron will help make you
strong and well agaiq it has been
uaed and highly endorse^ by former
United States Senators, Judges of U,
8. Courts, many physicians and prom
inent men, Evert the Pope of Rome
has Written especially of the merits
of Nuxated Iron in a cbmmunication
to the Pharmacie Korthaie. Over
4,*M.«00 jteople are uSIng it annually
to.-help build red bipod, strength and
At all druggists.
taken to dispose of, said He thought sreat results from this, the first, sur- and besides it would be murder.
1 at the time the. proposal was made I
that "they had gotten into water that
was over their heads."
Address., of' ^welcome hyj ^Bhrj.-.
OiKeefe.Jr., president at Grand-,
Forks city commission. ••.
B".'^ E*i •Brid^^'lrn^n-'jOf Orfena .Pa?Ka,
'Mis'celliHieou^ business special.
-i2il'5'. .p'ytn-!-fcuncheo.n, fbliowed
fey'. address'. by Tracy R. Banks.ot
2:00 p.'' m!—Call to oraer.
Keports of, committees. T1.
2:15' p. m.—Address. "Industry,*nV
the P'ate." bv Nathan .B. wljllalnig,
•HWclate counsel of the N^tio^al In-.
3:15 n. Vr,—r^Paner on "North* Dir.
5:00,, p. fii.—Miscellaneous and un
6:10 p. m".—^Banquet—Toastmast
er, J. F.i Tl O'Connor. Speakers—"
Phillip ElliQtt,: representative ot
tbe employers. on-"Iho North •!. Dakota
Workmen's' Co|iripehgsatldh' G6mmii^
sion NatKaii B. WilliartB, .'Jh?tnjia
Murph^^W««tpuh?el "r«f,/fUl «»«'*,
committee^ investigating 'North Da
kota statoii' industries.
The Grand Forks county rate of mo us play, "Back to God's Country,"
taxation is 41.7. On a $2,000 home
there would be $500 exemption.. As- also present..'two specialties. Miss Jfes-,
sessed at 50 per cent of the valuation, sie Cole in, a new md original "Sword
the actual amount assessed Would be Dapce," and Miss Elsie Running In
$75® or $250 more valuation than last »o
year. The difference amounts to
about $10.42 nib re than last year, of
ficials point 'out.
League Held Meeting
Report ot' resolutions committee.
Election ojC officers.
TOM MIX FILM
AT F0T0 PLAY
Proprietor C. M- Castor of the Foto.
Pl^.y announced' today that -he had
booked Tom Mix in ttfe "Desert
Love" for next Wednesday and Thurs
day. It Was erroneously announced
.Sunday thatt another picture was to
be shown. "Desert Ijove" is .said to
be a very high class western produc
tion, with much action. In conftec-,
tion with it, a Hall Room Boys' Com
edy and the International News will
Mr, Castor announced thjat William
Duncan will commence his latest ser-'
'Fighting Fate," on Friday. Dun
can is one of the most popular chap
ter play actors in movies and his lat
est production is said to. be his very
best. James. Oliver Curwood's fa-
will, be. shown. Mr. Castor Will
iRAND FORKS HERALD,. MQJTOAY, MARCH 28, 1981
ANNUAL MEETING OF
HERE ON APRIL 6TH
JjV ''. '"A .. 4'
the.&nhwl'mectihg of .thS'.'.Noiih -Da-*'
koti Kmplotfewi^oclatton* to
cxpcctedithUt /some '2®fo
by R. J.^COno.Qt
,3:45* p.. m,vjw
•can Plan of BImployrtveitt?5l( t»'
.Brown 'of .Grand Fotka, ,v,
the 44-Jtbur Week," 'by A.0:-Pli)rcai
of Fargtj, and Julius'• Baepn' of
Grand. Forks. .,
NEWSPAPERS AND BETTER
a-The greatest work ever undertaken of cities, with
of, newspaper publishers of this ing of children. I ,am personally.
country is the making of better com-^visiting each city, holding mass meet
munities, better places to live in,' bet- ings and conferences and Anally or
ter homes, and that means better ganizing local forces in .committees,
jfi families. representing home, school,, church and
rabied at the small coun- "Better Cities Campaign," which community.. All'are put to work on a
oil ..chamber in the city hall Saturday
am. now conducting in Oklahoma,
yr ...i-^^iseems to.have attracted.wore^Tiatipp- ..Tho oo-operation of the.,neWep%ppj in.'
wide attention than the first. Twenty- this regard has been sple/ndid .and 1
five of the middle class cities
tered.' At toy'suggestion
club of Shawnee put a prize of $25 nients they
to be awarded on Thanksgiving day, McKeever of Kansas university.
1921, to the city scoring highest on
a specified ten-point score sheet.'.Thq (Merry One: "Cheer aip, old man.
whole state of
Banks That Make Business Hlstpry
For over forty years the First National
has been a factor in the business progress of
its territory. Moe recently, by its connect
tion with the Federal Reserve Banks, it has
aided in making a most important chapter
in the world's banking history.
Are you enjoying the benefits of this won
derful system as 0ne of oiir cusfftmers?
The First National Bank
"C GRAND FORKS. N. D.
OUR EYE GLASS
so efficient that it does more
than slmnly help the sight. It
relieves the eyes and- mind, -too,
from-strain. It. very often stpp$
headaches that have, seemied in
curable. This service is at ydur
command at any time. It yjrfujr
Blght ls not right, now la the
tlm^ to haye^us make Jt so. '.
"THE RIGHT PI^CE TQ
locK ianjs it, ..
Meets all practlcabKf embroidery
needs, used-in- trimming waists, col
lars, belts and hats for malting cen
ter' pieces, table runners, unbleached
'luncheon sets and bed spreads, pillow
tops, guest towels:'
vey ever undertaken to establish the
conditions existing in a large number
reference to the rear
program for child betterment.
Oklahoma is bound iip Why- don't you drown..your- sorrow?"
ment and she hopes for Sad one: "She's bigger than any.'
I- _1 1* KA tVI Al*
isak'- 'if Ynrtli? fyV. jfc»' r.
6 NO 4
-r- Of the Famous -r
ENNER & BEG
Tuesda^, Wednesday, Thursday
FOUR NEEDLES IN. ONE
All thc ladies in Grated Forks and vicinity sire invited 16 visit the demori
stration and see
After very busy weeks we find that all the
work in cleaning and dyeing that we took in for
Easter has been done to the customers' satisfac
tion and has been delivered promptly in time for
Easter, thus avoiding disappointments.
We wish to extend our appreciation
to tur customers for their patron
... age. r.
tscd exclusively In making rag or
wool rugs in your home, enabling one
to utilize silk and wool rags of every
and how quickly one can do all kinds of fancy em
broidery, from the finest to the coarse work and do it inexpensively and econom
Madame Pi is cilia Demonstration
Personally Conducted by Miss Erickson. •*'.
SUE HAMON ESTATE.
Muskogee, Okla., March 28.—The
Jerrett-' Construction company of
Springfield, Mo.c flle^ suit in the
United States 'district court against
the estate of Jake Lb Hamoif for (11,-
599, alleged' -to be due on the''con
struction of stations built lor the..
Wichita Fails Ranger Fott' Worth
Railway company. The .:suit' was
filed against Frank L.. Ketch as ad
ministrator of the 'Hamon estate.
407 DeMers Ave. Phone 904 Grand Forks
No Delay on Early Orders
-THERE'IS NOTHING QUITE SO
IRRJTAfiNGv AS TO .-B^AVE
WORICp^i^pFEOR WANT OF
HE manjwhd place^ his order .early is free frofn
troubles 6f this sbr^. There is always a plenti
ful supply of materials early in the year, bu^ at
the peak of the building Reason ai delay pf a week at
the factory or oil the railroad may mean the moving
of the carpenters from your job to another and they /,
may-riot be back for a .month,
•g The cement shortage last ^year was entirely un
^expected and, if caused no end of delay and annoy
^ance We do not look for any trouble with cement i' j' v..
fihis year, but there may be something'else. as unex-.
Place*Your Orders *ivrr
ST. QILAISE RETAIL LUMBER
G. A. MoDonald, Local Met. Grand Forks 'N. D.
:y? Yards in thfe Red River Valley
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