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I' fEiS'ii fc Be* pK' !$§ fe 9. V' v' f5P Tr^*r. ^5^1 .'? Serraon.for Bible School Students Sunday Evening iV-""in Bethel Church, Bible school chorus. h: j--vsp-':i Or. John O. Kvjen. president of the Mayville normal school, has been se cured to deliver the baccalaureate sermon for the graduates of the high school department of the Lutheran ^Blbje school of this city. The services will be held /it the Bethel Lutheran spj| church Sunday evening, it was an .&•':> nounced. •'•fpp Prof. E. M. Strom of the bible Ki&r school will preside, and the following '§&£ proram. will be given Kris Hymn—Audience. ..'I,. Devotions—John Bridston. Song, "Praise Ye Jehovah" (Goun- .•»*$ «d)—Bible school chorus. Sermon—Dr. John G. Evjen. "$(!& Selection, "lamb of God"—Ladies' quartet. $%'•} Song. "All. Glory to His Name"— iSKiS Benediction—Prof. E, M. Strom. There are 12 graduates from the high school department this year, ^nd officers of this class are Philip Broen of this city, president Louritz Mofk of Erskine. Minn., vice president Sel ma Strand of ftolette, ,N. D.. secre tary. and E. L. Reisem of this city treasurer. Their claps motto is: "We are Ambassadors in Pehalf of Christ." The. commencement exercises will be held at the bible school Friday evening, June 10. fe: .•sv-y KM fcv- BAPTIST BIBLE SCHOOL IS TO OPEN JULY 13 The Baptist church daily vacation, bible school will open Monday morn ing. June 13, at 9 o'clock, it was an nounced today. The opening sessions each, morning will be devoted to a period of worship. The curriculum provides f6r'classes in bible study. Christian training, sacred music, use ful hand work, sacred plays and the development of the religious life. Mrs. Angus Johnston has been se cured fUB principal of the' school. She will be assisted by an efficient corps of teachers. Rev. J. G. York, pastor of the church, will be superintendent. The school will continue from June 13 to July- 8, and will be open for boys and. girls 6 to 14 years of age. It is supported by the church and the work is offered free to the pupils} GUT H. CORLISS GOES TO ALASKA ON BIG LAW CASE "IS According to word received in Grand Forks, Guy C. H. Corliss, for merly a practicing attorney of Grand Forks and at one time a North Dakota supreme court justice, has left Port land, Ore., where he now is located, for Alaska to represent the famous Guggenheim financial organisation of New York in a big litigation. Mr. Corliss expects to be in Alaska some three months in the interest of the company. Mr. Corliss left Grand Forks some years ago to practice law in Portland. WILL AID COST OF PRODUCTION ^•Directors of the Grand Forks coun ty farm bureau, meeting Friday at the court house, appropriated $200 to be used in furthering cost of pro duction work in this state.aecordlng to announcement made by County Agent D. B. Morris. The cost production work is being carried out through the farm manage ment department located at Fargo, and it Is uwterstood that practically every county In the state has appro priated from $200 to $500 to be used in this work. At the present time there are five farmers who are keep ing dally an accurate account of the oost of production in their respective ferma. Another i*t-& life lv£S 6 (ft '^A knowledge of accounting, bank ing, business methods, shorthand, fc? tj»pewriting, etc., helps young men and women to secure positions right along. Miss Eya Middal is being sent to a nice position as bookkeeper and stenographer with a bank at Tolna, N. Dak. If you would like to pre pare for a good position secure a busi ness education. School in session all summer. Students enter at any time. Write for free catalog and full partieu- UNION COMMERCIAL COLLEGE ri s'i"'4 Xovtb Mowers Sharpened axyerienced grinders on griqdlnr machines that call for nw nio •••ll^#^! H:•$I LttimK!!:i^ ti ••i.'V'•:•)•.-i ••:, .V''"1 ••. v' IN tP Convention SReturn Here Delegates to the annual gnind en campment and convention of Odd Fel lows held I at Bismarck this week Kaye returned here, the meeting hav ing been complete success, accord ing to Don McDonald, grand secre-' tary- Mr. McDonald was installed as grand secretary of the Odd Fellows' lodge in North Dakota, for the 2(th annual time, at the meeting this week. In Mr. McDonald's report given during the meeting, it was shown that there. are (90,000 in invested as sets for the Odd- Fellows' Home fund, and the location of the proposed home was turned over to the board of trus tees, with full power to act. The party from Grand Forks, at tending the convention Included O.. A. Webster, O. G. Glaserud. George W. Buckingham and Mr. McDonald. Del egates1 from this city who attended the grand encampment which opened on Tuesday night, included C. F. Redick and Dr. A. Bahlke. Mr. Redick #as installed as grand warden of the encampment. The Rebekah assembly also met in connection with the con vention and encampment, local wopi en who attended including Mrs. G. W. Buckingham, Mrs. Harry Burton,' and Mrs. Adam Commons G. B. Metsger of Williston was elected to the board of trustees for WHEAT GROWERS TO MEET MONDAY To Launch Campaign For Members in North Dakota —Slaughter to Speak. The North Dakota Wheat Growers' association membership drive will be inaugurated in this city Monday aft ernoon when an important meeting will be held in the city hall. Arrange ments for the meeting are in charge of George E. Duis, state chairman, and a member of the national board of directors. It is expected that the membership campaign will mean the sighing up of enough farmers to insure the pooling of the minimum of thirty million bushels of wheat which has been set for North Dakota. A. Slaughter of Oklahoma, one of the organizers of the Wheat Growers' association, will be the principal speaker. The meeting will begin at 1:30 o'clock, and all farmers and others interested in wheat farming are urged to attend. IRISH TENOR GAVE RECITAL LAST EVENING Under the auspices of the local com mittee for the relief in Ireland, Tom Egan, Irish tenor, and Miss Lillian Breton gave a recital last evening at the city auditorium. The fund raised at the concert will be used toward the bare of women and children In Ireland In the main the program consisted of Irish songs which were sung in an easy and pleasant manner. The duets with Miss Breton were among the best numbers on the program. The numbers given by Miss Breton were also well reoeived, the singer being in good voice and the interpre tation was also very commendable. Three numbers of particular inter est were the songs of Mr. Egan of his own composition, including a Knights of Columbus war service song which was written during the war. Because H- F. Newman, pianist, could not get here, Mrs. L. C. Har rington of this city was called upon to play the accompaniments, and she performed in her usual effective manner.<p></p>BACCALAUREATE SUNDAY NIGOT Pres. Thomas F. Kane to Deliver Address For High School Class. President Thomas F. Kane of the state university tomorrow night will deliver the baccalaureate sermon for the graduating class of the high school. The baccalaureate services will be held in the First Baptist church. The services tomorrow night will inaugurate a busy week for the class. The class day program will be given Tuesday night, and the commence ment exercises will be held Thursday morning. Herald Want Ads Bring Remits. church, fall. the Odd Fellows' home, in place of P»*n- In the space of a'few minutes the late R. M. Pollock Degree teams of Sinai encampment No. 2, of this city, and Mystic en campment, .o.f Devils Lake, qombined in presenting degree work at the grand encampment. "Tou are 'as near the Master Cleaners as the Parcel Post :A Test Wa want *on to give our service a trial tor one month's Let as have oar auto °*1I at your home regularly each week for a month. We will call and take our chances on your having something to be ri« or pressed at the tlme.:|SPp* •rW-W demonstrate our serv ice. We feel that at the end of a month yon win be saother Mfe '41 Grand Porks Has Many Ad vantages Which Appeal to Synod Committer The Lutheran 'Theological eem inary, the establishment of which was for Ute. establishment of this school. The instantaneous response to aji unexpected appeal on the part of the delegates in attendance- at this synod of whom the irost part were pastors receiving only modest incomes, augurs well for the immediate and complete success of the financial cam over $20,000 was subscribed. A faculty in piart already has been secured for this institution. Rev. J. Stump, D. D., Rev. G. H. Gerberding, D.'D. L. L. D., Rev. Harry Reed, D. D., and Rev. 'H. Roth have already accepted the chairs tendered them. The -members of this faculty havejn the past served at the Maywood Lu thern seminary, Chicago, ill., and are well known, and especially the first two mentioned, throughout the Lutheran church as her foremost scholars and prolific writers. Dr. G. H. Gerberding spent a con siderable part of his early ministry in the Red river valley and is widely known and highly thought of by the members of the Scandinavian branch es of the Lutheran church. This seminary will carry on its work entirely in the English language and will be the only distinctively Etfg lish Lutheran seminary in the north west. The exact site of the school has not been, determined at- this date. Representations have been made to the executive 'committee by repre sentatives of the Commercial clubs of both Grand Forks and Fargo, and as the institution is to l%e located, in the Red river valley, one of these two cities likely will be selected as the location of this institution. The advantages offered by Grand Forks in the way of railway facili ties as well as the numerous educa tioAal institutions which would serve as feeders for such an institution, has made a strong appeal to the commit tee in charge of the establishment of the Lutheran seminary. BAND TO PLAY AT RIVERSIDE Program Postponed From Last Sunday, Will Be Given Tomorrow. The concert which the Grand Forks Municipal band was to have given lpst Sunday in Riverside park, but which was prevented by a heavy rain, will take plaee tomorrow afternoon, E. A. Moses, director, has announced. Popular numbers, arranged for the progi^tm last Sunday, will be played tomorrow. The swimming pool will be open for the first time on Sunday this season, the formal opening ar ranged for last Sunday having been prevented by the unpleasant weather. Children have, been using the pool during the last week, however, and there will be no formal opening of any kind. This program will be played by the bp.nd: Sempre Fidelis, March Sousa Princess of India, Overture... .King Cornet Duet, Pardners Cramer A. B. Rhin chart, and E. A. Moses. Selection from Robinhood. .DeKoven Trombone Blues K. G. Da vies and Harry Turner. Spirit of America Zamenick Selections from Mile. Modiste Herbert Mill in the Forest Ellenberg Barnum & Bailey's Favorite.... King STANTONWAS AT ROAD MEET Sociability Tour Will be De layed Week to Get Ac commodations Here. M. Stanton, secretary of the Com mercial club and county chairman of the Theodore Roosevelt Highway as sociation, returned last night from Minot, where he attended a meeting of county chairmen of the. association. A. W. Treacy of Dulpth, national secretary of the association, attend ed the meeting. Mr. Treacy has just completed a tour of the entire high way from Portland, Me., to Portland, Ore., and he gave an interesting re port of the work accomplished. He also told of completing the highway organization In Idaho, Washington and Oregon. Owing to the fact that the atate Wr in Grand Forks will, make it hard to receive accommodations during the night stop here, it has been practically decided to delay for a week the be ginning of the sociability toar over ..the highway. It was announced. July It the date originally fixed, but it is expected that the tourists will not leave Duluth until July 25. Grand Forks will.be a night control, tnd the Commercial club plans to arrange an Interesting program for the visitors.. PERSENIUS WILL REPRESENT DISTRICT AT SYNOD MEETING Wk N. ai ..ytf Rev. *J.' M.' Persenius, accompanied by Mrs. Peraenius and their daughter. Lilah. wilr leave Sunday evening en route for Illinois and Iowa to- spend the next two -weeks. Rev. Mr. Per fcenius goes to the annual conventtoti Of the Augustana synod in Chicago June 7 -'to II,-as one ot the rejbnesen tatives from the Red river district. ,_•*£* P'ersenlws will go to her home J&Mniiy re- uhkftijJiM twen,a«ran*ed( JUv. an0 a S Ad pther memWa of the fam- mi to return here about the other members iWf GRAND FORKS HERALD.' SATURDAY, JUNE 4. 1991 =g"=gg8HW^- il I QUESTIONNAIRES TO BE MAHEDOUT AT Sra determined upon by the English Lu- Questionnaire, at. once, and return 'it, theran synod of the northwest In its In. order that the vote may be on flle session during this week at St. Mark's *w will go into Operation this At a meeting, of the executive board of the synod Friday afternoon, plans were laid for a campaign to raise the 1250,000 needed as the initial amount discuss the issued, and flnallv tOex press opinions on.'th«' various Opt Blanks ud Return Than Promptly to County Agent's Oftlee. Questionnaires will at once be mail ed to member* of tM bounty farm bureau, to determine their opinlonon fifteen question^ in***nneetlo«witH lawsoflnterest tofarmera, and now pending before congrta^ County Ag ent D. B. Morris saidtoday. This ref erendum is being conducted by the American Farm Bureau Federation, through the organised farm bureaus in many counties of the United States. Members of the Grand Forks coun ty bureau will be asked to fill out the th the state federation before Bat- urday, June 18,. -The primary purpose pt ELECISOFFKERS Morning Session of Young People's Convention Given Over to The morning session in the First Lutheran church today of the con vention of the Lutheran Young-peo ple's league was devoted primarily to discussion of business matters. O. T. Ness opened the meeting with' prayer, and thereafter the minutes of last y,ear's convention were read by Miss Alice Thorndson. of Cumraings, N. D., secretary. The committee on credentials reported and read the names of the .delegates from the dif-4 ferent congregations "represented at the convention. Officers Elected. The principal business of the Last Night's Meeting. At last night's meeting Rev. O. T. Ness of Mekinock spoke in the Nor wegian language on the subjedt, "We Would See- Jesus." Professor A. Thompson, principal of the .schools of Buxton, N. D,, .gave an:: interesting: address, speaking on "We Wouid See Jesus in. the Homes and Common' Walks of Life." This evening at 8 o'clock the dele gates will be guests at a program given in the Zion Lutheran church. The Young People's societies: of the Zion Lutheran ,and the First Lutheran churches are arranging the evening's entertainment. It will be followed by refreshments, for which plans have been made by a committee compris ing Misses Ellen Quam, Charlotte Hanson and Marion Taylor. Other members of the committee are John Falkanger, Carl Hagen,. Bertha Flad land and Bert Lee. Announcement has been made of the following' program:' Vocal Solo—-Rasmuu Lunseth. Talk—Sveinbjorn Johnson. Vocal Solo—Viola Geddes. ,v Reading—Ruby Pederson. Piano Solo—Adelheid Thompson. WOMARTED ON BOYS'CAMP Will Be in Readiness For the Encampment June 14 About 40 Boys Going. L. B. Crafry. secretary of the Y. M. C. A. announced this morning that work of erecting. a building on the site of the boys' camp at Union Uk« tyinn., la now underway and will be completed in time to accommodate the boys when they gather there for their outing on June 14. The build ing ere«ted. will be uiwd' as a dinfag room-Jutd kitchen conibiifed, and the hoys will uae tents as M^epinjr quar ters, It was': iiud.' A. pln|Am or events is how being jarrntked, and those in charge aim to vike tfi^' oiiU ing as instructive and entertaiining for the boys as possible. About 4d boys, upder the dlrection of L. B. Crary, C. E. Zink, secretary aikd:. physical di rector of. the Y. M. C. A. and R«v. Carl Perrin of the Presbyterian ehureh of East Grand FArks and L. B.: Slater of the universHy will attend the camp. '. •"''A number, of boys from, Emerado, N. D. will also be among those at tending, ljt waa'fald. ICn. MeCookey of thfs clty has heett secured to aci as a a a W W GENERAL SfiAMENAMttSTdfERS BEGOISBrSTOamOLII Stockholm, June 4 atrtlM ot decUkred in. pi -7-' ":'-\v--• v'- i» mh the. refer endum is to stimulate the Interest of farmers of the country in: regard to the legislation *hich Is of importance to them, to rouse them to study and opinloni) ontha' aues- tions,,it Is pointed outV. Mr. Morris urges that every iterson to whom a questionnaire is sent fill out the blank, and return promptly to his office here.<p></p>Y.P.XEAC DE.it meet-' ing was the election of officers for the the Bettnont pavilion. On* Thursday coming year, and the following offl- afternoon there' will be a swimming cers, who served last year were re- party at Riverside park, followed by elected: Rev. David Stoeve, presi- a motor tour to points .of interest f®nt:Aloph Blacks tad of Mekinock, *hout Grand Forks. The first "call," vice president Alice Trondson of Cummings, secretary Alice Rudrud of Grand Forks, treasurer, and- Mrs. R. Lunseth of Grand Forks, director. On the board' of directors. Rev. O. T. Ness and Rev. S.- L. Tallackson were re-elected and N. G. Knudson, Hills boro was elected for the. coming year. The comirdttee/'on resolutions also reported through Miss Agnes Hagf lie, of Buxton, and reports from'the dif ferent congregations, telling of the work done by the societies, how funds were appropriated, and number of members, eta The resolution as presented by the committee urged upon the different organizations, 'the importance of sending delegates to the conventions, particularly urging that delegates be sent to the convention to be held in Devils Lake in July. Pastors in the different congregations were urged to encourage the, organisation of young people's, societies in (heir churches, and showed the ihiportajiCe or work among young people to promote in religious activities. It was also re solved that influence should be brought to bear\on congress to secure a permanent relief for the imperiled people of the Near East. Mm Nen a fmuc- tlofi of per cent In wagee. Ship owner* are showlng^no Ij/rin'aa.wtUi Tf per eeat of the Swedish rherehaat Jlrfoagh wpwgwrt. tlwrulalhi.tha* Several Proponent Speakers Have Been Secured For Two Dajrs' Convention. Hie first call for the 19th annual convention «f the'North IakoU Bank ers* Association to be held in Grand Forks on June 29 and SO, has been issued, and programs for the session now are in the hands of the *printers, and will .be ready for distribution next week. „H. p. Rioe, local chairman of the program committee for the conven tlon. said today that the tiro-days' sessions will be filled with Items of. Interest to bankers and business men' of the northwest, and it is expected that the convention will draw many lnen prominent in the financial world of the northwest. The convention will open on Wed nesday morning, June 29, and at this time Harold P. Beckwith, president ot the association will give his an nual address. John S. Drum of San Francisco, president of the American Banking association, who will be a guest of the North Dakota bankers during the first day of the convention," will de liver an. address on Wednesday aft ernoon. He will take as his topic: "No£th Dakota, with Relation to Gen eral" Cohdltions and World Trade." Two. other important addresses to be given on Wednesday afternoon are those of Harry S. At wood of Chicago, who will spdak on "The Constitution of the'United States, Our Safeguard," and Senator P. H. McGarry of Walker who will talk on Good Roads. H. J. iUoward, president of the American Farm Bureau Federation, will be a distinguished visitor on Thursday/ coming from Chicago to address the convention on the Amer ican Farm Bureau Federation and its aims. The income tax will be dis cussed by E. J. Bishop of St. Paul on Thursday. A' number of entertainment fea tures have been arranged by the lo-, cal committees in charge,, r.among them fL picnic on Wednesday evening, at -Lincoln park. Following the pic nic Supper there will be dancing in win which has just been issued gives the information that if the weather pre vents the holding of these out of door .affairs, there will be plenty ot indoor excitement providled. M. C. Bacheller is chairman of the enter tainment committee. Special provisions will be made for the: entertainment of out of.. town women who come here for the con vention.<p></p>WU PUBLISH ANNUALMONDAY U. H. S. "Flickertail" to Come From Press First of Next Week. "The Flickertail," the annual pub lication of the Uiiiverfeity high school will come from the press next Mon day and will be ready for distribu tion on Tuesday, according to an nouncement given out today by R. A. Purcell. editor-in-chief. The annual this year promises to be exceptionally attractive, several hew features being added. One fea ture will be a special cover design arranged In the university, art depart-, ment for the publication^ A separate department will be devoted to the seniors, the -class history, will, and prophecy to be contained in these pages. The class, prophecy consists of a newspaper postdated twenty .years and captioned "The Daily Dakota." A separate literary division will be a feature this year also. The usual number of group pictures, jokes, ath letic articles, etc., will be contained in the issue. All of the Work for the annual is donie by students of the high school, particularly by the student staff of the publication under.the supervision of Prof. C. C. Schmidt, Principal A. H. Kasda and Miss Mary J. Laycock of thfe faculty. The staff of the annual for this year is: Editor-in-Chief—R. A. Purcell. Assistant Editor—Olive Dean. Business Manager—Violet L'lqspef ance. Advertising Manager—Claude Dean Committee chairmen: Literary—Marion McMillan. Personals—Marie Wettbecker. Society—Gladys Warren. Organisation—Zena Eastman. Humor—E. W. Sullivan. Athletics, Girls—Florence Sanden. Athletics, Boys—Emmet O'Keefc. "DOWN IN MAINE" TO BE PRESENTED AGAIN TONIGHT AT CHURCH The dramatis club of the First Baptist church will present this eve ning in -the basement auditorium of the ehurch the New England drama, VDown in Maine." this being the third production of the play. Since' Thursday evening, when the .play was first given, a number of people have asked about the produc tion and as a consequent the club has decided to give another- perform ance In order that more people may get a chance to see this boisterous old Mew England drama. DANCE-TONIGHT AT BELMONT PAVILldN What premises to be one, of the moat successful dances of the season is to be held tonight at Belmont park tinder the auspices of Grand Forks Chapter No. 2, Diaablstf American .Veterans., The ptirpoae otjflie dance, is to ralas fundp which to help send fajur 41aabl«d" veterans ,to Detroit O'Connor Brothers havp^generousiy donated the use of tUvv^avlUoa for tha ooaaaion and tnniie is to he fur nlslMd toy Bmard'a, onhestra. Bffoita: are alao^ being iniite to .aecure aomi qwfda]. num.bem, -irhich possibly will Incfude singipg^^»y tfae^ JLeKton liuairtaf^vv .- *.• DanMng w|% be enioyed from?# yefeeK aatil/^nisbt. eordlM night. vitation hstf exte6((«d t« the jOuMlc and especially to "j lWr«« Wiat N 4 mm® Artistic, beautiful, permanent. Per tooth, up from.... DENIAL BOARD TO NAME CLUB OFFICERS MONDAY NOON A meeting of the new., board of- di rectors of the Commercial- club will WAD, EVENING EDITION. Dependability is one 6f the outstanding (Charac teristics of our Dental Work. We build it up to a standard of' Perfection—not down to an}impp|StbJ? price. Practically Painless Methods We use the most Approved dering all dentistry operations practically free from pain. This applies not only to extraction's but also to fillings, preparation of teeth for bridge abutments, etc. Let us convince you of this. *-v FULL UPPER OR LOWER SET OF OUR CEL ebratea teeth, fplly guaranteed in every particular, as low as.. TEETH WITHOUT PLATES WITH CAST gold anchoring crowns. 5% COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY DEPOSITS MADE ON OR BEFORE JUNE 6th DRAW INTEREST FROM JUNE 1st. MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE STSTISH anaesthetics for ren $10.00 3-ft5 S. Third St., Grand Forks, N. D. be held at noon on Monday, and at that .time. officers of the Commercial club will .be elected by the boiird. The naming of an advisory 'com mittee also is an important matter, .which will claim -the attention of the directors at their Monday meeting. Herald W:ant Ads Bring Results. Your Savings Ac count is of first im portant. Before you spend any of your week's wages, deposit a part in your savings account. Do this before you pay bills. Before your spend anything. ORTHWESTERN NATIONAL BANK N THE BANK FOR AMj DEPOSITORS GRAND FORKS, N. D.. OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS 1 OH, rrs GREAT TO BE A SPENDER IN THE SPLENDOR'' OF. YOUR YOUTH AND YOU HATE TO BE A TIGHTWAD WITH YOUR IAGHT THAT'S THE TRUTH. AND YOU SHOUIiDNT BE A MISER BUT ITS WISER NOW AND THEN TO DEBTC YOUR8ELC A GRAVING, AND: BE SAVING FIVE OR TEN rrs FOR WHEN WET DAYS FOIiLOW SUNNY AND THE I/UGK IS RUNNING RANK, A COMFORT TO HAVE MONEY ...-IN THE FIRST SAVINGS BANK. GEO. 1 Pay 5 fo on Savings and Certificates of Deposit Dcvmtts made on pr before the Ml day of June draw lnurt»t fran the lst of Jane, v~ a St. and Alpha Ave. mm PASTOR SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A. lnbo«r) COMMUNION SERvifiE 11 A/ M. Wo «vn»HW '•wtWb. 'with /IMpM* Addraai bjr PmMeu Stw mtm mi W'B: r:. )^r *4. %.