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EVENING EDITION. fton-Park fay tp be Discussed by V^ailsh County Dads, |raftort,i N. D., Maroh 31.—At the £ting OJ 'the board, $t. county com,-' Rloncrs to be held ne*t week the BMon Will be decided .as t(Kwhether f^fe'data!1 project. road which was itorlaod last fall to eonncct Grafton T'ark River, shall be con- m1| on the same route as origin- f/ laiil whether there will be .fpiite fo.r'a part of the iinoci As. ptriginally 'authorized the was^o- rvti on,-#.hat is known' 48 south rpad. bounty Commis #er Chester' Thofhpsorii who was gtcd last November, is the spokes for a large number, of people live directly west of .Grafton, who to have t.he'j-route' changed to on the north j-oad.'a's'.fgr west asi id 1, thence one, mile south, then fectly west into. Parle 'Rivet Those who desfr'e the new route Im that the road will serve a gatcr number of people on the cast of the line than the route orig |lly-proposed. They also claim that construction the road on the rontc would be more easily and nominally maintained as it would lid a number of grooves which Bsc snowdrifts during winter and holes in the spring. Money ,%|ready Invested, le road as. laid out last year has' considerable preliminary work on it, such as surveying of the I' and taking levels for grading, so |t up to date $983.63 has already |ti charged up against the project. state engineer is ready to let the |tract on the route as. originally jposed. If the route is changed the |limlnary work will be useless and money expended wasted. lother unfortunate feature will be delay in construction. The work state engineer's office for the ling season is so heavy that the |king of preliminary surveys could be done until late in the fall. Iiich would make impossible the (tt.ing of the contract- during the brking season of 1921. is the first federal aid project jnsidcred by the commissioners of 'ilsh county. The total cost of the ipleted road would be in the |ighborhpod of $90,000. Of this thd commissioners have already ^portioned 1 ?25,0fe0 and the re- ainder will be supplied by state and Jeral governments. The general is not particularly interested in ither of the routes, hut is vitally Iterested in baying this main trunk pe between the two principal cities Walsh county completed at the jiriiest possible date. ADVERTISEMENT. Im Happy and Well now for I tookDtnerce's Favorite resenpdon" A good complexion is not a matter of putting somethtns on fa^as, 'lifetf of putting the blood -|r.d the feminine organs in healthy Jiondition. No woman can have a fair skin if her health is tindermined 3*ith drains, painB and nervousness. jMore real complexions have been se cured by usihg Dr. Pierce's Favorite prescription than by all paints and wder'it combined. It makes women elh and well women are always fair 1|o look ui.on. Remember that the latest fashion is a natural complex on There it but one thing that holds $ld age back, and that is health. ^icknesB and weakness bring old age early in life. Dr. Pierce's Fa jrorite Prescription is a building-up edicine for women. It. keeps them looking young by keeping them well, is a woman's tonic for the frail, delicate.and those who are ner ous, dizzy and who have backache nd dragging pains. "Favorite Pre cription" is altogether vegetable and, made without a particle of alcohol, is safe to take. Try it NOW. In ablet «r liquid form at all good drug ores,' or send ten cents for trial ,1. BLANKETS QUILTS ackagfe of the tablets to Dr. Pierce'B grad. and the revolt resulted .... "We were defeated." deela. invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. T. "Tou are M. near the Master Cleaners aa the closest Parcel Post Office" Surely we can do a large part of your hous$-cleaning for you. If in doubt, phone the Mas ter Cleaners fo'r*'advice. We save energy, time, and ''your articles. Phone 486 Mint Di'Mi'ri Grand Fort- lew York' Minneapolis Washington Aberdeen GrandJforks lichard Dougherty & Co. C«r/BTTHri? ACC07TTAHTS ri* Te-i «*•.» Sc.. f-'ystein* Ihone 4«i1 if.and Forks* i&M'xwxMn- '^vilWfhiy'' R»CH MAIM ®Q06HT:' 50Me (ML *STocK RUSSIAN REDS MEETING MORE OPPOSITION Demobilized Soldiers and Sailors Strengthen Anti Bolshevik Movement. 1 By The Associated Press.) Terijoki, Finland, March 30.— Throufjhout Russia soldiers and sail ors for the first time in years aro re ceiving leaves of absence or are being temporarily demobilized a»d are learning from the people the facts re garding the tyranny of the commu nists. The Kronstadt and Petrograd revolts were caused b.v this fart, and similar movements now are spreading to every troof» and sailor center when the men'Teturii to them-from leaves of absence. Thus demobilisation daily is grbwing more dangerous for the Bolsheviki. These and other inside facts were, given The Associated Press today by Stophano Maxmovit.ch Petrichenko, a plain petty officer froni the Russian battleship Sebastopo who led the rev olutionists recently at .Kronstadt and was interviewed today in the Terijoki refugee camp. It was Petrichenko. ,and not. General Kozlovskl. the. commander at Kron stadt, who was the central figure in the' latest attempt, by the Russian workingmen to overthrow commu nistic tyranny. Kozlovski was only a technical man in the affair. "For years," said Petrichenko, "the happenings at. home while we were on the front, or ^t. ."ca were concealed I by the Bolshevik censorship. When we returned home our parents asked why we fought for their oppressors. That set us thinking." Origin or Mutiny. Petrichenko described dramatic meetings on the quarterdecks of the battleships Sebastopol and Petropav lovsk, at. which resolutions were adopted demanding the freedom of speech a.mL.of the press: freedom of individual 'workers from the tyranny o£ the communists and calling for a constituent assembly.. The resolutions spread to other ships, to the Kronstadt garrison and to the workers of Petro- We were defeated. •W '•'.•• A- V€LL H^RRT I'M GOING To BE A NE\3 A FR»EKLT OF MIMC- HE WOULDN'T J)OUBte CRCXSS ^6- 1' declared Pet richenko, "but the movement will pro ceed because it comes from the people themselves." Washington.—Charitable organiza tions conducted on a "strictly non political basis" will find no difficulties in their wa'y in assisting Irish, the British Ambassador said. ADVERTISEMENT. NEVER SAW ITS EQUAL STATES mm WOMAN Health Is Perfect Since Talcing Tanlac, Says Mrs. O. B. C. Heath rand "When I got Tanlac I found the very medicine 1 needed." said Mrs. O. B. C. Heath, Room 9, Fair build ing. Minot, N. D. "For three.years before I took Tan lac 1 suffered tonetantly from a die* ordered stomach and kidneys. My di gestion wa? poor and after every meal 1 gas formed on my stomach which nearly smothered me. I couldn't climb the Ptairs without, being all out of breath and at night I Often had to get up and Walk the floor in order to breathe. was taking something for constipation nearly all the time, had frequent dfcry spells and my head ached at times like It would burst. I was so weak and rundown I couldn't about 700 children. do my housework. It .seemed impos sible to find a medicine to reach my RRFMliN TA IIA VP case, and I became very .despondent IV.IlilTli over my condition. "But all those miserable feelings are things of the paat since I have I takqn Tanlac. I enjoy every one of '•my meals .-now. for everything tastes good to nte. and I can eat with no fe4f "of suffering afterwards. My kidneys, are .In .perfect condition, I sleep (Vne^ feel better in every 'wfcy than I ... heard Somebody is Always Taking the Joy Out of Life AIL B16HT BILL ALL RIGHT A LUCK To FINANCE MINISTER OF ARGENTINA IS FACING CHARGES BuenOs Aires, M^rch 31.—Charges of administrative irregularities against Ir. Domingo Salaberry, min ister of finance, were laid before the. chamber of deputies yesterday. There was great interest. !n the proceedings and the gallery of the chamber was crowded at an early hour. Majority and minority reports of three- special investigating: commit tees were read, the majority reports exonerating the minister of all blame, while the minority presentments charged serious violations of the pub lic. trusts. It was alleged that some of them resulted in private gain of the minister or his close friends. $50,000 REWARD FOR PERSONS CONNECTED WITH N. BUST New York, March 31,—An increase from $10,000 to $50,000 in the reward offered for apprehension of perpetra tors of the explosion in Wall street last September was suggested by the committee of the whole of the board of estimate today. It also was recom mended, that a committee of seven, including the police commissioner, the fire commissioner, \and corpora tion counsel be appointed to-' continue Investigation of the disaster. Police and department of justice a*ents throughout the country were searching today, it was reported, for a man eaid to -have been identified aa the driver of a wagon, which car ried the destructive bomb into the financial district. description of this man, who is said to be a well known anarchist, has been sent to po licemen throughout the country. Retired Ministers 01 Methodist Church Received Small Pay Cornwall-on-Hudeon, N. V., March 81.—Retired ministers of the Metho dist lEpiscopal church received during 1920 average pensions of $272 each, according to Dr. Joseph B. Hingeloy of Chicago, secretary of the board of conference claimants, who addressed members of the New Tork conference of the church here today. During 1920, the speaker, said, a total of $2,080,809 was given pension ers, Including 3,295 ministers, more than 3,000 widows of ministers and •^v.'v^-, !.^.:vi??r'y,rw ill *m©istssps^^ ^r^TTW^fw^ mmsm. M^wswi w?r~^, Nd KiD»ihWb TV»e.. ^stock (S aOlMi VP FlFT* POINJTS BY JUWE first -syKe W/IV* THE 3I«S LAU6H You ACT AS THOO^H IT WASWT OW THE 6«UARE IF xbv KNJEVO IHIS FRTEIOT) OF MIKJE. VCXJ' THIMK DIFFEREWT DENIES THAT JAPS MISTREAT PEOPLE OF OTHER NATIONS a denial of such charges, Mr. Inomata's statement, is con tained in a letter written to Sail Trancieco for the purpose of lc.ttinK would-be travelers know that con trary to stories circulated In Ui* United Sta.tes in some quarters, travel in this country is as safe as it ever was. In explaining Uie letter Mr. Ino rnate. said that if such reports con tinued in the United States it would mean a serious injury to tourist trade, not only to the travel in Japan but to the entire Orient, for the reason that Japan has in the past been .one of the chief attractions to those contemplat ing Oriental tours. "We. feel that Japan is bring mis represented in America." the state ment gays in part. "This emphasizes the. importance, not to say necessity, of more Americans coming to Japan. Japan should not be judged by utter ances. spoken or printed, of prejudiced or self-interested people. The truth of these .utterances should not be blindly accepted, but tested by per sonal observation and experience. "American tourists in Japan, many of whom call at our offices, are un animous in their expression of satis faction regarding the treatment they have received in this country. Amer icans are assured of courtesy and po lltness and the good-will of our peo ple." NEW MOVIE HOUSE Bremen, N. D„ March 31.—L. L. Devereaux and C. A. Frost were here a portion of last week installing a new moving pieture house. Tho men interested are thoroughly familiar with the moving picture game and it is expecUd that good shows will be fq,nMifeed for the peep}^ '-.A..1^.'v .^ '^, ",-.• j:• v••*•' ,' j.... .- ,-v..i\. -•«, -^V-'v* .••**•*-1 ., --v ••.•.. '._• •... ..: GRAND FORKS HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, HAH HAH MA HA HAHAHA Mr.• Crissinger ha^ been identified with a. number of successful business enterprises In Marion. Ho assisted in organizing the Marion County Tele after the nomination. Mr. Crissinger accompanied Presi dent Harding to Washington when the latter loft for his inauguration and was a guest at the White House for some time af(,er the irauguiation. MRS GLL/CHRIST ARRESTED. Chicago, March SI.—Srs. May Charlotte Gilchrist, whose divorce proceedings last February centered around a group of art photographs for which she had posed btfore Carl Ruegge. Milwaukee photographer, was arrested by detectives last night at a hotel here with a man who gave the name of Charles M. Willis. The Couple were traced there by'Mrs. Gil christ's husband, who tied the charges in his divorce bill that Mrs. 311christ*s posing w.xs not nerely for art's sake. Judge Joseph f^bath dis missed the application, and also Mrs. Gilchrist's fcross bill charging cruelty, the jury after study of tie photo graphs and other pictures lor which Mrs. Gilchrist posed, deciding she was not at fault. WOMEN JOUBVAUSrS ORGANIZE Osaka, Japan, March 31.+-An or ganization of women journalists ha-s been formed here by the wamen re porters of dally newspapers and the women editorial workers cn. other periodicals in Osaka. Elevation of their social status as journalists "who are participating in the promotion of general cilture as well as in raising the postlon of women in Japan" is sought. Cleveland.—Thirty per cen: of the club owners in the Amerlcaa league must go, President Ban Johnson said, for the good of the game. iFt 192r. NO NO THIS is JOK& BOUGHT TRTIS. STOCK THRPOGM /V FR.IEMD OF MINE iTi ALU •RIGHT VEP. I'VE KLOOUJM HIM FOR veARi- HE'S AM OL.15 'School. He WOULDN'T OF COinG .AAS- A LOUSf TRICK NEW COMPTROLLER LIFELONG FRIEND OF PRES. HARDING Tokio, March 31.—Reports from Marion. O.. March 31 the United States of alleged misn-eat- comptroller of currency nient in Japan purporting to come! ins administration, l). I from returned travelers from the of this city, is life lortK friend loiatcij in the suicide of the governor, Orient have caused Mr. C. Tnomat President Hani in,". *iul a. well known i.'oinma.nrlcr Warren J. Terhunc. 'of the Japan Tourist Bureau to assue democrat, lvyvyer and bankir. I 'phe revised laws, drawn by Cap Mr. Crissmger, lon^ jii-omincnt of M.anon, was born ch a. tarn) in Tully township. Marion ^county. 'De cember 16, 1860. He was.educated in the public schools of Calsdnnin, Mar ion county. He was graduated ffo.rn Ruc.htel college at Akron, where-he took the honors of his class. Subsequently he was graduated from the.. Cincinnati law school and then en erod intiv a. law partnership here, with Judge Will iam Z. Davis under the trra name of D,K,l|rIyn[n UfeSMrCri^ir,prr entered!^0"1'1 politics and wax elected prosecuting'of New Code Of Laws For American Samoa I'aVRO Pago. American Hamoa. March 3t.—A now code of laws based The new on American statutes has. developed the llard-. in American Samoa from' the dis (.'ris-sinper, lit hances of last year which culmin fi-ietul to a,eij in 1 the business, financial aid legal life '"It.fiin Waldo Kvans, the new governor Hmi jUflRr M. prove too much of a temptation for the natives. It is t.he custom of the. Samoans. and was then, that when any offense Is complaincd of and the offender not. phone company and the City National known, for the native pa.st.or. or na bank. In the reorpwnization of t.he|tive magistrate, to compel each per bank recently, when the name was sen in the village to declare his or changed to the City National Rank and Trust company. Mr. Crissinger be came president of the institution. He her innocence by oath on the Bible. On 'one occasion some* church money was stolen from the box of a. is also a heavy stockholder in many Sa.moan pastor, where it had been of Marion's largest business and a.p'aced for' safe-keeping. The native large land owner. President Harding a.nd Mr. Crissin ger have been close friend} since boy hood and Mr. Crissinger tock an active pastor immediately went from house to house with a Bible, swearing In every inmate, but everyone declared innocencc. He, however, forgot to interest in the campaign of Mr. Hard- take, the oath himself, and the theft ing for the presidency, both before and aftec his nomination last .Tune. He is president of the Mirion Civic association, which was organized shortly after the nomination for the entertainment of visitors to Marion during the campaign and delivered the address of welcome at the home coming exercises when Mt^ Harding remained a mystery Some years afterward, the pastor became seriously ill and his relatives were called together. Having made certain that: they were ajl in a for giving mood, he then confessed that he was the culprit. Under the cir cumstances his people felt they could not but returned to Marion from a.^hington wa.s astonishing how rapid was his recovery. 1 BRIGGS By I THE ITS GobD OLD STuPF- THINK Noble, and submit- ted to the native chiefs, mark an in teresting change from the e:rlv la,w» provided for the Kamoans. When in 1900 the first secretary of native affairs. Judge fiurr. asked the native rulers of the Samoan villages to submit. laws to him for recommen dation to the tirst governor, he re ceived from various villages a, copy of the ten commandments of the Rihle. This accompanied with the stigges tion that penalties for their violation l'onsifl °l a hop: ancl a ln 1?P shaP" har^l attorney On the democrat ticket in .recommendations were not 18SS and was re-electe,d in 1891. lnladto'?^,11 of who1?' 189 he. wa« elected city solicitor andlw°uW have resulted in every offense was re-elected^ in ISf ^.and 1.S97. Ho' lK1 vine the way for a feast, the. vtl was the "fle.lnoc'r'atie nomihee for'con-!'SRr gress in 1904 and §06. ior. su,:h Pena""™ This officials decided would forgive him. Thereupon it NEW MILITARY IXXVN. Tokio, March 31.—A new military loan issue amounting to Y. 70,000,000 (about $35,000,000) was announced by the Japanese government yester day, following a conference of lead ing bankers from Tokio, Nagoya and Osaka. The rate of interest is S per eent and the1 term of redemption six years. The proceeds will be used for fi nancing the government's military projects. ADVERTISEMENT. WEAK WOMEN cannot hope ever, to become strong and well again unless they have plenty of good, rich, red blood of tho kind that or ganic iron—Xuxated Iron—helps make. Nuzated Iron is like the iron In your blood and like the iron in spinach, lentils and apples, while metallic iron is iron just as it comes from the action of strong acids 011 iron .filings. Nuxatod Iron does not injure the teeth nor up set the stomach it is an entirely differ ent thing from ordinary metallic iron, it quickly helps make rich, red blood, revitalize wornout. exhausted nerves and gives you new strength and energy. •Over 4,000,000 people annually are using it. At all druggists. Beware of substi tutes. The genuine has N. I. stamped on every tablet. Always insist on having the genuine. \NUXATED IRON ^KwWsJ Blood.Strs.wtthawl End«»«c«l .IMUUX UAJro ARE GAPS BUT A -STEVENSON" IS DIFFERENT. New Spring Shapes at your Dealers. TW.Stevensbn Co. wMOuta*ie« M1NNCADOUS ra I 'S? 1-5 A'alues to S3.50 for $1.45 You'll find that these aprons arc wonderful values. BLAINE EXPECTS TO VETO INDUSTRIAL COM. APPROPRIATION Madison. Wis., March 31—Governor Rlaine will veto the industrial com mission appropriation bill unless cer tain changes are made in it. he noti fied senate and assembly leaders last night. The joint finance committee de cided to recall the bill and consider the. changes. Report^ from the secret session of the finance committee indicate an at tempt may lie made to force the bill through without cutting the appropri ation and then pass it over the gover nor's veto if he should refuse to sign it. The bill passed the a«?embly by a vole of 7" to 11, and the senate 21 to 2. As passed the bill carries an annual appropriation of $300,000 of which $250,000 is for the running expenses of the committee and $50,ooo for the maintenance of the free employment bureau. Members of the finance com mittee said last night that when the hill is called back they will move to combine the two sums in one ap propriation letting the total remain as at present. It is understood the governor pro posed a $15,000 yearly cut in the total appropriation making il $285,000 an nually. During the' present, fiscal year the 1 commission had an appropriation of! $264,665 hut will actually spend ap proximately $275,000. 1 CQNnXl'E INVESTIGATION. Atlanta. Ga.. March SI —Federal investigation of th- alleged peonage conditions on the ('arm of John S. Williams in .laseph enmity where. ,-ire cording to an alleged confession by! Clyde Manning, negro, farm boss, nlov-I en negroes wer" murdered, was re-1 newed today with questioning of five negroes h^ld as material witnesses. Williams and Manning have b^en in -1 dieted in the state courts on charges: of the murder of three, negroes. The peonage chargcs are to he plac ed before, the next federal grand jury. ADVERTISEMENT. WHEN RHEUMATISM HITS YOU HARD SloaD's liniment Should Re Kept Handy fur Aelics and Fains Wlowing HY wait, for a severe pain, an ache, a rheumatic twinge fol exposure, a sore muscle, sciatica, or lumbago to make you quit work, when you should have Sloan's Liniment, handy to help curb it and keep you active, and fit. and on the job? Without rubbing, for it. penetrates, apply a bit today to the afflicted part. Note the gratifying, i-|ran. prompt re lief that follows. Sloans Liniment couldn't keep its many thousands of friends the world over if it. didn't make good. That's worth remember ing. All druggists—three si7.es—the largest is the most economical, .j.'.c, 70c. $1.40.<p></p>Sloa Liniment Broken Lens Promptly Replaced Northwestern National Bank Bldg. MONUMENTS Mori Hoxinmriu von 4TX ft BWTMBCT ATI. 5 yeara active expa-ienea enables us to say without doubt that an in terview with us will help you select that tnenument or marker. We have employed no agents for several years having found that customers prefer to deal with us direct, which also saves them a commission. We carry a large stock and personally erect alt our work. If unabia to calf write na "r designs. 1*. B. Jack Phone Myrtle Jack Prop. It Wt*. 143 Sec. Treas. Dr. F. F. FLETCHER DENTIST Sepoad Floor First N*at'l." fiiafe Bids- Phone «S2. GRAXD FORKS. X. PAK. .*4. iia. tit) ^e wjto ?i}W &«# 1 V,fJ ff« «l ^ys*» THURSDAY FRIDAY ^SATURDAY^^ Q/ 811 DeMi:iLS AVK.. GRASP FORKS, X. I. BUNGALOW APRONS PAGE SEV9K 4 SPECIALS-^ 1 LOT OF NEW il GINGHAM DRESSES For Street and House Wear. Values up to $7.50, special at $2.95 One Lot Of CORSETS Values to $4.b0 $1.95 These are lare hsuck cor sets. Sises 21, 22, 23. 200 GALLONS CAN BE WITHDRAWN BY EACH DRUGGIST Washington, March 31.—Regnla* tions limiting withdrawals of liquor liv retail druggists to 100 gallons each of spirits or wine for each quar ter were issued today by the bureau of internal revenue. While intended to clarify previous orders the new regulations were said to serve In a way as a relaxation of restrictions limiting withdrawals to five cases of all kinds of liquor under one permit. Officials said that where proof was given, a larger quantity than the 200 gallons maximum might be with drawn. hut investigations of sales by the average retail druggist had con vinced officials that the limit, set waj sufficient to meet average needs. TO MAKE MORE STOPS. Tokio. March 31.—Announcement is made here thai, the ships of the Nippon Tusen Kaisha, on both the American and European voyages will prohably include Dajren. Manchuria, Body Building and Body Regulating Mater ials only, go into Barker Bread— Eat more of it Barker System Baker). I. PATERMASTER, Mgr. 404 DcMcrs Phone 1976 I PHON I North' PHONE 191 THE SPECIALISTS Fitting Glasses Fbone 994 407 Seltara Grand Form, V. S. Income Tax Freight Service. Revision |. |e\ntor and Ptore Auditsi. BAK0TA AUDIT C0. Expert Accountants- Rooms 17-18 Over Dacotah Pharmacy Phone 204R-W Grand Forks. N. D. J. Van Jer Zee C. J. Scott DRESSMAKING tlemstltchlac Kabroldulat Plalttng MRS. Ur Grand Forks Dr. Gilbert Moskau I DENTIST FHONT: Northwestern Kat'l Bldg_ Fourth Floor Rooms 41S to 420 DR. JOHN G. BRUNDIN DENTIST North western National Bank Building N'. W. T1S Grand Forks, N. JD. Send Your Clothes By Parcel Post To \s& A. T. STINSON 407 DeMera Ave. Both Phones tlt.1V S E E BLACK'S cream T1S A FOOD *jT NOT A FA© -Si DRY CLEANING. PRKSaiNO RKPAIRIl^O ^Vr^ Fln^eSS WAJ GRAND FORKS 0YE U7 KittMtAv*.