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flay nigh*. Music by Empire Novelty
Orchestra.—Adv.
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Mosrisoi^ preaches"itrnia tint
ins tonight near the Dianxonqi
tonight
mill. Upd«ur aysplces J^map's Boll?,
ness association.
vIn,no
way connected)
irith Tongue? Reqple.r^-Adv.
25 Freeh Cut ~Roses for- $1.00 for
Friday and Saturday special at Mc
®!W? Flower Shop, 408 Dg$$p?s
lypppe.- p^pn«T 1991—Adv.
Won Cafe for $oqd paeali
I Settee, hqme coqkips- £Ta.
ElUott, props. bloc* east from Q,
|ttN.ppo1t.-gAdy.
OolUd^e—Tw® aPtOTOobUss
corded thft corner of Alpha- ave
nue and BtttK street Friday after-.
iioap.
Little damage was done tq
either machine and none of the oo«
cupants of either car- were hurt.
2$ Fceab Oa( Stages for $1.00 for
Friday and Saturday special at Mc
Elroy's Flo/wpr Shop,, 40$ DeMers
averse. Phone l?9jl.—Ady,
t, A
Vfon' pb^no^rftph—Th? Hflisp,p
phonograph, which was given aww
Friday afte^ppon hy.' the Ppppler
Piapo po"tapany, wq$. Tftop by Mfts. E^,
I^jBef«e of Grafton, p. •yfae lucky
number." was SIP
We manufacture' rp,a,d culvert^,wel|
casings, stock taplts, cisterns. huildlq«
blocks, sidewalks. tile, etp., and con
tract ror all kinds of concrete wort:,
Phone Jr call Jon' us." Westlund &
Ryan, 1402 8twhg aye.
TtT
-A^v.
Fund Proyi^tl—A fund hM toen
pipoyide^ by the Red Cross for the 'es
tablishment of recreational facilities
for vooational training centers, 'ac
cording to,. word r$c$iyed by J- B.
Winfeman'-'of tii,? Hq.^e. S^ryit^i |p,pr
tion of the feed Cross.
X^ab. Questionnaire—rA queajio'n
n^f aalfingr: fo,p preference fo^' cqto^
mittee service ari^ sV8^?.sft°P» fp»
club aptivitl?^ waf .td^ay.
to all members of the Comijtierci?.!
club by Secretary ft.' Mayne, -Stanton.
as naar the pas­
tes gleaners j,* the closest
ParWl P«st Offloe.'-^
to be cle%n,ed and prosed and
sent ypu by parcel' fio'st"
"•Fair Weqk has been hard on
t^qm.v Lot us reyive iijir your
soiled g^rnftqnt*.
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Thfe wonderfol phoniQgTaph is
-"y 9tiU
ON L|SPLDIR
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Booth 20 Liberal
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North Fpurth $t.
tllT^FIVE t^P
AGO -"fesS
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PM .'U.WMl-
Misthodlsts of lipoids
YttSfnity h^ye ereet«4 a new church
edifice asd aMt Sulday \it will
dedicateiJ-ljy^intei^^nff pprytcpe.
Some '•'ttine," ago WiHte A'. Gorman
Pqst.' Cfc&A. adopted suitable"'reso
lutions Oppressing the grateful ,fepl
ipgs tt)» members toward QeP. Qof
man's sons forvthe handsome crayot
O. A. TBTeheter has cqmrnenoe4
E. Ha^ell left tq4%y fop Pftsk
River to spend a fpw weeks with hlM
parents whp reside there. ...
Hatti'esb
Pbone |H
Gr^nd Forks. N. St.
WW!
W F?ur over the
Kenw9P4 qw l?e seen antj
at
Dacotah
Any Time
THE KENWOOD PHONOGRAPH CO.
Marlcy Morr^,
Hevrcecntattre.
tm
mmmff
SIRS
You Will Of C^olrwpe^® IliiS
vs+r
PVis,
man's eons tof 'the Handsome crayon ...
Rortr»|t ftf tlxq general presanted tij ministers ,»t- RamhpulUa yesterday,
the post by them. Thq^e Fpsolutio^ has' dispatched telegrani to, Berlip,
were, pngrfissed in t^e hlfb^st style repeating that the German govern
qf the penman's art by Tracy 5^1^^ take *1} necessary ^eps to insure
Bftngs ftnd wpre yesterday fqr^ar^ed s^fe cqndqct thrquffh 0ermany of a
t^ Richer® If Gorman., •-...
2r
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Walsh county is sported as not
yielding more j^'an h^lf crop qf
wheat this year, and it is one of. tbe
h&vfcgt wbep-t raisin.gf coyfitie^ in the
Valley.
to
b\iUd a residenqe on ^Jqcth street ^e^t
or to an I be
a two-star^ fr^.jnei san16 style .48 the
nest qf th» row- jlqran h^s the cqn
traqt. .•••
"Geo. B«. Clifford, -FVank Brown a!nd
Geo. J. H^nkey apcappafiy the boys istqpr
tq Crpqkstfiji to administer lalm fqrj |ngtrWetiEins -v,.»
their bruises and copsplatioi in case' njgl^t to t^e frenph ^.trthPL^sador in.
of defeat (in a' baseball gamp with Lp^doji rpqijesting ftim tq tell the
the Crookston nine). \, 4 BFitf^' gdv^ritMnqnt tbat F^fince cpnr
Kwt $|eep Jii flip Street if dWt
Vent a 6-room house by, August 1.
4ays, so it ^|1I necessary to
Write me. i^ddres^ 29 (T Herald.^r-A^V
.jp. A. ^|dland pioved Just acrpss
this hall up8ta}rs over Fir?t glay^ng^
bank. Real' estate, e'xchapgep, in§^r
t{»ce and lqapg.—Afly.
The lAdl^s of gt, ^ichapl's Dining
ftll at tj\e Ffl.fr groynes will s|erve
inner gt. fn# 6 q'PlOPk
pOc a plate—Adv.
"...
Dikelta Hash & K»rry Market at
202 So. Third street will be opened
for' business soon. Quality supreme.
prices lowest. Watch" for further an
nquncements.-r-Adv:
S«d l#k$ Boosters
3 Returned TQ Home$
Red
tended tlje Nortij
a
1
or
In
pij?P fey social trak qyer'tiip NoVtiv:
erii -Pacific railway.
They enjoyed therpselves thprqugh
IV dur|ng ttj'eif st^y }n th(s'city, 'ai)4
cgntfibuted markedly to keeping
tjii^gs'liyely at- fq.ir.
Murderer, Sentenced
To Hang, Lynched By
jss^«?.ssssrsf1
Jones, wh:
the murder pf fttrs.
sppteppe^ to he hanged juiyi i$^
whose case was pepding pjf^n appeal
fqr tlje state ^ypreme court, was tak
ien from tfyq county, jail hy a
early today and' hinged.'
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PreciPitM4'.»n,
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Automobiles
Thf Touring Cw
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Special Six Touring Car
TheLS
9i« ^ondaier
it Six Touring Caf ^'sv
The Wght SI* Undau *t 'M
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ift Also Be ShWl^ 4*4
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nue, recently convicted of attack qn the grfiin tr^de is
merely the fipgt syfnptpm of what
threatens to deyejpp into a national
malady," he sal4. preliminary Steps
are feeing taken to deal with other
special interest groups.
J. Mosely and
eq ^nlA but
U., S. WEATBER B1IRSAV.
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Briand Germans
upj| Troops on Way to
Brian#)
following £,pieetlns of the couricll of
newspapers
oondd
meef
l)«ld a
qf the present minister.. It%it| s^.id t)je
Slleslarf question was the chief subject
nndw 4l«c«S»lPn and. although the of-,
ficia} cp»nmuni(jue fails to say so, tne'
newflpftBUFS declare
prov^l
nt
sldoj'9 it useless for the Allies to e^r
tatmsh'a SHesian boundary without
BFSfeliMn* SUffiPlenf trpqps tq enfprqtf
the prpylaiom?, and adding that France
intends' tp dlejaatch another dtvipiqR
Without w^|tipf for
other Allied
deadlock of
lieve t|ig.t Eng[!
her position
Lake F$}U bqo^ters whq at- -fppming tfeg ihidd)einan has been tliq
Mob In Mississippi
Education rppeived by farmers durr
'%pmers -for grain pooling, Mr. jyians?
field said. When Illinois farmers
learned their market would be de
stroyed by the yery bills they had
been told would benefit' them, they
marched in protest on the state capi
tol. The bills were killed- "Associa
tions of managers of co-qperative ele
vators in Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and
Ohio have declined to grant the pref
erential-treatment which the pooling
plan contemplate'?! it was Stated, and
will handle all grain' op the Sftzp? ba
sis. '.-
Sfierwood Took Third
IP
Phqpp
N
Canadian Tourney
Sherwood, July 23.—The %herwood
hail team played at Oxbow, Sask.,
Tuesday. J«|y *9, at a towrpa
piept, and topk third mopey. Lost
the morning game to Estevan.
1
The feature of the day wa^ that
Sherwood trimmed3 the Portal nine
With' a sppre of 10 to 5, and Portal
Was playipg with .flve qf thp famous
Palgary P)ack gqx.
Sberwpod plays, at MohaJl tomor?
row against Mohal)^ and Donnybpook,
and plays Burlipgton at^ Sherwood
Sunday, when tHe season ends. Tak?
ipg it all around.. -Sherwood has had
a -pconderful season, loosing but three
gafmes.
MVJDPWUK AJVNOUWCJEp.
San Franpisco,'Ju|y aq.—One qf the
few cash. dividends ever declared by
a World's fair., was announced here
recently by. trustees of the Panama
Pacific international Exposition,
which attracted thousands from all
parts of the world tp Pan FVapoiscq
ip }915.
The dividend,'* the fir^t ^nd last
paid by the exppsitiph company, was
fpr'.eight per. cent on the stock 4pt
prpxlmatipg $5,§00,0,00. Checks cover?
ipg the dividend Will' be sent to stock?
hmders August
V.
The exposition company also gave
the city of San Francisco the huge
exposition auditorium here and its
organ. The -last qemocratic national
pppventipp was lipid in the £u}itori
um-
Another gift to tha' city resulting
from the exposition l» an areal of four
blocks alqng th^Marina, a bay-front
stretch of the exposition grounds not
far insiije the Golden Gate. It came
from stopk-hol4ers who decline to
accept their dividend and p»t the
morfey into the property to give to
the city. It ig probable the tractvwlU
be converted into a mvipe park $hd
boulevard.
?a«hlngton
Fsrks
RisHird Dow^Hiily ft
qw&ViHi»DjEeoeira(fcAjpnr»
'hi iwiliii»4J« *.»m. .UJM it njtjL. m'ju.^vyc
Howard De Lond
COMMERCIAL ARTIST
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After Cuticur*
Uvi'-vn'
CtkhNjS FORKS* HERAL& ^tJfeOAY JtTt^T M/'ttlft'
The
unqualifiedap
tion after lM9 had explained it in grqfit:
4eta||.
The, jnfnlptera are reported tp
that fVajice ahpi)}fl not retreat an
inchafvom the determination to send
reinforcement to Upj v- Silepia ^eqp|te
oppositlpji to sucli a Inpve by 'David
Lloyd Qeorije. the British prime min-
le Tqnlap fprmnl® purely
cqippiifis with all National. »n4
pure fqod laws. It is PHfely
and Is Rfle from the mqs^
roots, herbs ftpd bgFK"
1 known tp Materia Medica. Tjie fan?
feel
and
.. state
8 BUI
Was given the premier's PO§l-|
Iac
wpre sent late last
-?«ly^-^? ffeaSOTajaewi
have been established here for tne
pducatjpqal campaign middleman are
to make against claajs legislation.
R. Mapsfje|d, ^ell knoWn Chi
cago business man and chairman of
the new general edUPational commit
tee, declares that while huge organ
i^atiqps of ..various fapfiqns have heen
Pakflta 'state ^g.ir yjqt}?n qf. ^fl 4ispi»tMr Today class
laws -aM rawal mqvsments, ha says,
are endangering all lines of business.
ftropps now in tbe lnqvepieiit flr
e^pect^d t» join include the United
States chamber of cqmmerce, national
assPPiatiqn of millers, flour dealer,
feed dealers, cotton growers, whole?
Sale groep^s, lumber, coal and produce
organisations, grain exchanges and
country banks.
Mr. Mansfield explained that the
organisation stands for sound eco
npjriib pripciplps, fpF a free, pnen
P0fi}petitive lparket and apaiiiSt ppqIt
^aboratpnep
aptioi^ by -'ifta
MIDDLEMEN ARE
TO, BEGIN CAMPAIGN
est most mo
titfg count-py
Ten In^redianUi in'Banlap
it**•?*»
Altqgethpr, there are ten ingredients
-j pf reco^-
It)1 referring to one of the more im?
portant'ingrediei)ts' of ^anlac,! the En
cyclopedia' Brittaniqa saysf
"It-has been-tl»a. qouroe W the mqrt
valuable tqniqi medicipea fl^at ^ave
ewe® bepn di^obvered^'
Ii^ referring to other of the ''general
topic drugs cqntattdgd in Tanl'ac, the
13th Edjtion of Cotter's Therapeutics,
a standard niedieal text-book,' spates
that "they impart general tp'ne and
em, lnclud-
TnflqL h«! fng.a'1 organ^nd tlswii
tms fuprnipf apd tq fee
n$}ang wilj recede |fpm
syst.
i4-"
This same welUknown authority in
escribing the. physiological action of
ao, which is pf value in treating wha.i I f°r
efimrnqniy known as a "rpnidown
pppdJtion,!l uses the following e*pfe$
Sion:
"It is highly esteemed in loss'of ap
BStite duripg oqiiya^cejiqp from
acute diseases.,r«v
7h'B£e:^ ars* pfirtMn other" elements i«i
Teniae which, pcaqse of their ipflpr
pnpe u'npn' thq, appetite, digestion, as-
WILL DISCUSS
PLANS FOR TAX
•V
ter Up, Fprdriey Says
Washington, July S2.-rrThe hpijse
wayg and means crAnmittee will set
about taj£ revision with tl)e' Mea. of
raising 'four billion dpil^rs iii revepyfj
exclijfive pf postal repfipt.s, in, the ney?
fnf'tlit fight op the Lantz apti'rgraip I yp^r, Chairmap F-prdpey '^{d tlqiil^iit
e#«Jiahge hftls in Illinois lias brought faster he v^tj1 pthpr RepuWi^n'' WW
&(Iure to attempt's-to siprn up Illinois
Northern Minn«««ta
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WorW'ft L«^dmgAuthoriM»» Sli#w Jwt WJitt TanlacJUtHy
If and Explarn E|ect of Each Tcu lnp-ed|fnt» W the
S^-fowar »f IWMm ClW^lill»
". -S7-':
i43rfiev«r pa^Vs feut thpufian^s pf people jjsH theJi!#
is Tanlac? Why it? phi»nam«n»t sneers? Why 4§
'"just one word—merit. Tanlac i§ sci^tjfipiiUy cof}tpQ^de4 «n4 fep-
wnipb was the second to be. resents years of worlf. study, experimentation and research hy some
iimilation
tn?
tn.
-.
pre^upe
arf a,moi)8f the- largr
ofiqrnly equipped In
which is cal
The PlsB«m»tqgf
imwwit PWlFffr
makes tht 'iplVaw^ cqi
ing aitythtp iRgrefie^t:
'•It m#y Mwiflt in »11 «*se« pf gure
dq^ijity qf t}\e 4(geative qrgans or
Vhew *qpeifgj tflPlP im»FW»lon is re
quired
hai^ng a b^neflplf.! action upon the or?
gaps of sqcretien, whoae prqper i\nc
tio'nlnjr results ip purification of the
blood streams Rawing through them.
IP this m%pner' pbjectionable and poi
sonous ingredients
hers Of the' popimittec, had confpered
at ""length" with SecretaryMellon op
tne general subject of taxation. The
amount, required is the same has
beep raise4 by the present law and
shows no hope therefore of a reduction
ip the gross am°uht peeded. The gov
ernment's requirements will be met,
however, in a slightly different manner
than uhder the present law, the chair
ipap said. "Many changes are reported
in the hope of readjusting the. burden
ip a way that will encourage com?
merce and industry and thereby in
crease the revenues, according to Mr.
Fordney. ed uppa as favorites qf fortune, who
Profits Tax Slay Go
The new tax biji prpbatyy will he
made retroactive over the palPodar
year pf }92i on inpomes amj other
forms of taxes based on the PalgRdftr
.period. As to pthP»" faxes, Mr, For#?
ney .said he hoped to make msst qf
them' applicable immediately «}p9P
passage Of the bill.
Mr- Fordney probably vill take up „re comfortable for their whole tr-ip.
the subject with President Parking "This deBarture of evei'y train is a°?
KofAra nmnoa/linp* Tt was ntiilp.rafnnn ___ a_ ai _.
before proceeding. It was understood
hq hoped to confer with"the president
Monday.
From Mr. Fordney's remarks, it Ap
peared that ipajprity committee mem
bers were agreed on abolition of the
excess profits tax and the 'substitution
for it of some levy "on corporations, tain
probably around 15 per eentl Redpc?
tion in the higher surtaxes on in
comes also seemp^ absurd.
Transportation tajces wqp}| lje re?
pealed upder Mr. Fordney's plan put
he said it might pot be possible do
so. Many of the special war-time
taxes, described recently by Mr. Mel
lon- as "nuisances", are certain to be
eliminated under the program *0 be
ijfivoeated by the committee chair?
man.
Little Hope For B^jpqtiop
As for a reduction in the taxes OB
pormftl incomes or the raising pf the
personal income exemptions. Mr,
Pordney held out Httje hope. Ha
15aid,' however, that if sufficient pew
sources, of revenue can he tapped tQ
offset the losses anticipated thrppfh
abolition of the excess prpfitg. 4n4 re
duction of the higher sprtfsefl qb ip?
comes, the personal incomp' exemp
tions will" get some cpngi4efatiqp as
Will the rates on the nojrmal incomes.
dhairman Fp'l'dpey wppld not say
that a general tax reduction, was pos
sible but emphasised that the burden
pould be made lighter through rp^is
tribution of the levies.
Editors Visit R»nf«
Bpiuth, M?pn-, J^y.3f.rr$»iMnte*'
to the ftPBPal 9«tin« qf the Np^tfterh
Minnesota Editorial association
here at a. m. today by special tra{n
for a tour of the Mpsa^e ra»fp
and the famous Minnesota iron mines.
The Rftrty lpft the- traJP. at Virginia
•Ad toas taken in automobiles for the
remainder of the trip. Strips were
scheduled f5r Phigfcolm, P#hl and
Gveieth before returning to Hih.hi.njt
for the night. The editors ftPfl tP#W"
families Will return parjy tompFPPW
tor the fipa} 4ay'8^entertalpmeptl
MACCABEES AJWPS?'^^
ENTERTAIWDFOPIIY
M}np.,. Jpjy 2 •Bwfapss
a^Siojw haying endp^ yegterd
inter4ate cqpfer.epce pf thp
of ltfaceabees today turned to a
day of pfltartaipmppt- fbe ^##i#hts
teft tl»i# «MPin», fp* ft stpawiw^ wW
ayqunfl thp B«rMr and pp t$§
Lppis river, Jlet»fplzjf At
thpy wiji hp tofcpp /or^n aptpw
imf& •*&
fsM
meet oroh
last Chicago, IndiapA, fun
Ut was announced.
•vspt
WSMl bftpq«|t., th# eqp^MdiPK
qf th« Wpfprpnpe, wtfi jeia:
«J^v-rsr.v '"*7v.\r'
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of
mw igu j,u1V
the bjpod are
removed and "the entire' system invig
orated fiid vitalised.
Tonic and Body Builder
Taniap was dppigne^ primwiiy fpr
the GOFfaptiPP of dispriers of the
stppiftph, Uvfr a»d hqw»ls- At the
same time, \»qwpver, it a powerfqi
mstrpctive ipnic an# pp^
it naturally fotlgw§
ill anqfhep pf.the ingrp4}epts Of {M??'
a pqw*P
CHA0TIC CONDITIONS
FOLLOW RESUMPTION
tt «t" ^1 made a trip thrpufh thp UlfWiP#
Jiouse Y/(iy$ ^nd Means, The peasants, he sayg( parrying
sacks pf grain or Other food to the
Committee To Take M&tr
SftcHS
cities are
OF FREE TRADE
Riga, Latvia. Ju^e JO.—(Mail)—
The chaotic pppd'tions and dally trag
edies that followed upon resumption
of free trade in South Rpssia are de
scribed graphically by p. writer fqr
the Moscow Jgye.ette, wfeo hft? fpst
grain or other
literally overwhelming the
railways." He thus describes the ap
pearance pf qne oi the fains coming
into Kiev.
"Along the faPHS i8 prayirlipg a
hp^re prey caterpillar—a train qoyere«3
all over With the gray masseg of fpofl
carriprs. Frqm bepeath thppq mftfiSPS
neither p.ars nqr- Jppomotives pap be
distinguished. The grey piass cqVer?
everythipf. tl^e par rPOtSt thp steps
apd even the fipapes between carg. Ev
ery available pook is oepppie^. Every?
thir\g ie filled i}p. Only when the
train begins to,slow dpwn,
ICiey stf|,tiqp, it begins to shed
fleepe. Little by little while yejt ip.
motfon, the lpcomotive and cftr roofs
begin to ppcQver.
"Af Kiev all outbound trains arc
literally pasted all over w|th people.
On the locomotive, cars, firewood
truck, watpr tank and under the pars
—anywhere' that it is" only possibles
people fasten themselves to every
hook, pail or creyice Those who
have been fortunate' enough to get
a place on a hrake platform are look"
FUNERAL SERVICES
fie^rip^
its jfrey
Gompapipd by lamentations, wails
cryipg, shqoting and all kinds qf ap?
eidepts, Whep the 4rain is beginning
|o gpt in motiSPi thos%e who were not
qble to hoard it and those wfro have
been forcibly rempved from it etftrt
mad rughe# for it again- The military
detachment®, whose duty it is to main
tain order during the boarding of
trains, rpp after the trains, pu1U§^
dqwn fippie pf the surplus passengers
who haye managed to fasten op tp
thPPl," Vhilp from Others caps are
pulled off and sci on.
,.VOne of the results of this state of
affairs is that portprs, take 5Q.0Q0 tq
75,000
qf ruhlps for a 'guaranteed'
plape off the train.
''Anothert result is that the Kiev
railway shops eyery month have to
make about 300 coffin# for food-car.
riers who have been rup over by the
trains.-"
Dzerzhinsky, head of the
"eheka," or comn^tee to combat
cpuptpr-revolution, knqwn as \ne of
the most efficient mep in 'ESpyiet Rus1
sip, has been appointed by' Lenine as
commissar of railways to regulate this
truffle of food-carriers.
BLACK
QTTBM
«h,. J»»
r. the op
Tafioma. wash,.
Taeoma ftirriers
WftOTD.
[y E3.—r?The hide
wifil*
Tacoma farriers have any 1
brought herp recently by
from Whatcom county, ip
a trappplr
county, in the moun?
taip country of Washington. The ot?
ter generally hag a brown fur, but thjs
qne is jet blank on the back and
silver epiprpd on thp stomach.
Furriers said the h'dp was worth
between ¥0,000 and $4,0#0
—IIUIIIUI IIIIH-.MWUII^W
DR. JOHN G. BRUNDIN
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|{oftliw««tern National Bank
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N. W. 718 Gr«H»d rprks, If. B.
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OF FORMERSOLDIER
TO remDTQPAY
IIL JU.
fi^d thjsn foUo^rs the newly tparHefl
tr^Il WW!» Is in first class oqnditjpn,
t»w» eqqwuqififttiqp Btat^d.
TI
.Jk*
'UL..
I. J*1
Never noticed that squeak in the stairs
before,
Tet jt haunts me now with its dis
mal tone
And tt spems t° 8%y to »P P'er an^
p'er:
"Thip is ypur hp\»se. \»Pt ypH'fe all
alone!"
What's gqt into thp flock down there
That it "ticks so loud? It is all so
qqepr.
never nave heard it before, I swear,
When the boy-was home and the
mother here.
that's gone wrong with the, living
room?
The chairs look ghastly and gaunt
and grim,
Like cold, gray figures beside a tomb.
They're not the sanie without her
and him.
Why should I jump when*a curtain
flaps?
Apd what's the matter vith me to
night
A little nervous and tired, perhaPS,
gut why should I fegl that Ijqthing's
right?
Oh, an empty house is a djsmai place
Despite what cypicg and spoilers say,
It needs the light of a smiling face,
For hqme's npt hoine with the folks
away,
Agd the clock will tick and the floor
will squeak
.And the rooms seem ghastly and
pold and black.
The nights will b? dreary and long
and bleak
Till- the summer goes and the folks
get back.
W«W'i
|tt' Novei
1
EAST SIDE MftiEFS
Miss Cath?r(ne Hart qf Hastings,
route home
Mipp., ptppPPd here en
frqpi BqtWPPftP' yrhere she has bpen
tqftphipg spmmer pchool. "\yh)le here
she Visited her aunts, ^rs. G. P. Kirk,
North pecorid street, aiid Jtfrp. f. A.
SHlUVRPt Spqth Foprth stfeet.
Mrs- I^euls Hanson, Allen avenue,
suffered a hpoken wrist Friday while
craning her par, the motor back
rfrn§ and tjip crank stri^np Her wrist.
Nelp Melquigt of ISmerado. N- B.,
was a ^iisihpss visitor in the city
The checlt artist who operated
East tirand Forks a few days ago was
-.i .... also active qn the west side of the.
RiPSt. therpfore havp a f%r-reach}ng fjveBf The BarioW art stOFP reported
and most bgnpficial effect upon the en- jftg^ gome over J40.
ttrp system-. I
Tanlac ig sold In Grand Forks by Qrdar yopr blueberries from Byd»l
jlno. H. Vold, and by leading druggists I Mercantile 00-. fresh frnm the vines
everywhere.' every niqrning yon get wh°lpsale
pripes-—Adv
•arr-.J.
Mannfa^uHni In
Wisconsin Increases
Mi!Wft«kee,
ctufers
operations over
fac'tuf'era'lri ^^C9jisin'_ have rpsumejl
isin
ie fifty
mark, and the gain is becoming more
noticpapla
flpers 'fif ti
aasQcI
kee'
fall was the keynote of all the speak
ers pp thp prpgram, yhp ^ssprte4 that:
Steady Increases In orders wPre beipg
received from all parts of the state.
daily, it yfas stated by of-!
VAOATJWT THQUQHTC.
,t«
w»H b#
today at 2: SO clocfc 'from the Ashley
JPost No. 6 of, tJJp American Legion
•111 be In. chjM?S» pf tfrq dgremonles
New Roate Arranged For
Aviot To Maple Uk«
^^rglnf ,tp"w«d
B. w. Sewali, malntenanpe cmpepin~
WrffPt Pf the Minn^ota W«fhway
panwppt qf CfPokstqn. a n?w ropto
*qf awto Bfrties b«j been arranffd
tq feWfe that is a dec»fl§4 fflt
PWv««\PPt pvpr t|iq qlq rflyte
fte nitw rqute rpps eastward from
Cvqo^jftoq en Trunk I^ig^way Ifp.
{new «*4)
tor
hicayo ti
playq»f thf
Willlan^IlfRp^
charqnloj
defeni
Wp»vw»l ..
Jerry Clayton
France, where he was ktlled In action
whil^ serving in the American expedi
tionary forcep In the World War.
fhe f««9F»i
tfMm
abqpt |5 ipttes.
NEW STATES THEATRE
Oool fiUHDAT PBOCffiAK Cbfaftwfeble
CONSTANCE TALMADGE
IN
"In SearcH of a
rem*. Wwsihr. N*ng»«y, Nice. Sflka a*d Sftcp fml ivqrytfeinc
Nioe. Tbktf'B This Is Made of,
GOMEDY AND P0I NEWS.
ASTOUNDING
During State
...
IRON
the great labor-saying
"GAINADAY"
Electric Wother
Now being
it the Xiheral
Art* building,
QjlySg.OOpi^l
j-*"'
Ivill pl»«f
AfikUf
mm
'4
at
ukiixmf*
WVi
Mwew....
p?
frff-m*
Ufa \e«n
fh».
B§mu
ifting
hl8 title »nd "com
tfc..•^hv|j^ye»
f?« as
HoreWaW, *hf
mmfi rURU at 1«l» ...
ty$
jSm:
Who mad^ a
average of 103 ^ad oy«r ^.t the -l$r
^ame •JMt year at Chica,jro Wfelkfl
Cppftrmje w|»o in 4'fl|ft^h
fer at Detfoit last year, sco«
PoiRtS i" fl«F. «e5PM»t|¥s
George B. Sutton,""Chieago bill1
^^Sf% TO 4TOI#lfJ
Chicago, July
r.
and the first m»R tfl «t
18.2 and Ora Morningstar, hailqd «p
having the best style apd stroke o^afijr
player living. European billlapdUggp.
may also ^ppter the tpnp)§^PlT tm1')
19.—Ttpo
hundred
and fifty delegates, representing
about 17,000 journ»yrr«5h tailors
thrqpBhput thp UnitB# §t%t«g *f»d
Canada, will attend the convention of
the Jqprpaymen f^ilprf' tJqJfip of
North America here on August:1.
This cqnyenttep (s «|pf^f«nn|al af
fair, the tailors being preceded a week
previous to the cfiPYPPtlon by* the
committee on law and audit which'
audits ^eppuntff S the ppiqn, re*ip^|fti
the amendment# that havfi P««n P1*J.
sented and prepares ft reP?ft
of, Wip tailors fqr the pejt foiir yaarf
are outlined and pqpsigerp'd, app any
amendments, before ^ecqpaiB^ parti
of the constitution. aFP fahpltted tq,
a referendum 9f WMn&®«r
ship.
Australift^h^'only "tHVft# SBWSay ||f
pers-
E E
THEATRE
Sunday
"ALABM CLOCK
ANDY"
A BoasilW ^ale^of ,a Stnttjerteg
^i.
A HANK MINN OOMDY
"A STUCK UP
GUM
TF,NT"
Fv.
tof
mission to th« d*ies%te«
At these pppventlips fte ^ptiyitl^s
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