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:roublf '"Thrcateiii^^":' Bolivia Asks Ruling on .Boundary Question. t®®"LeTa- V'ce "That's r.S.: m, SM hi ton Wk Sept 6.—(By1 the Assort, ted Press.5—The third session of the Bcona assembly of the League of nations opened here today under. a hreatenlng cloud. Reports were cir culated this1 morning that the Chilean Allegation would withdraw from the TOgue If the question of Tacna-Arica, disputed provinces now beinfc ad ministered by Chile, shouta be placed on the agenda of the assembly as re quested by Bolivia. -2 vn Th'6^B_ |-i rep°rta/.were.' Categorically -*'f«nied iby Augustine Edwards fiead f«nly jpt the Chilean delegation, whb'was '.said to have made the threat of with drawal. He said he would ptake his statement on the subject to the ^«embly when the question comes Van KArnabeeegtoC Holland, •S^ho yesterday' wa«' elected president the assembly, relieved-.the tension fjiSomewhat by proposing th$it the as Sis&sembly, complete its organization by |r«amingr commissions for the election '2? presidents^ befdre conslder- m0*s the Tacna and' Arlca question. --Debate Oh Procedure. prolonged debate on the. pro- -::.cedure to be followed ensued and oc- jSfflipled-iinoBt ofHhe morning session. Jreiildent VAn Karnabeeck proposed -J- Ithat the day also be devoted to the V«work of organization thus throwing i. ?ve-r to tomorrow the consideration of Bolivia's request that the focna 'r Arica question .be placed* .on the Wrenda. Meanwhile effyrts are being f.-made to secure the consent of Chile yc&nd Bolivia to the appointment of a f5°mmi8®lon ,to'study the question.' Bolivia Asks Ruling. ftjf peneva, Septi 6.--(By the Assocl ''lifwd Press,)—Bolivia's .request that 4.'the assembly of the League of Nations f) vConsIder some means of settling the s- ':^aispute .over the province of Tacna fi and Arloa at' present under Chilean ^^Jurisdiction, was expected to cause iharp debate In todays' session of the fassembly. Peru .appeared at first as party to, Bolivia's request, but it was announced this morning Peru jhad ^withdrawn. The request for the assembly's aid was based by. Bolivia on the principle f-yenunciatedjby Wdodrow Wilson, that all states were entitled to an outlet to sea. Austin Edwards, -Chilean minister to Great Britain and head of ,^®i®8*ttbti Tea—to be good—must be tresh uaalwaysfresh and possess^stlvat uni|uillavour. o| 'jjoo^ness' that has justfy made f- v-i It sends a small, instantaneous flame of gasv to all theiEop turners. Then turn on the gas iii the regular way,- and the burner lights immediately. ."'riWii:?.!- I SoutH^rd Street 'Jiih .the- '01- tbly,teme'toQ«nevaexi)resslyto oppose consideration of the Tacna .A^icas problem. He was armed #lth a formidable array of dttnlbns £roin international lawyers, .Including o'one from Wha W Davis, formbr Ameri canambassador to .Oreai Britain^ supporting his contention trfat the assembly was incompetent to deal with the question. v-v Central Americans Akmt. The absence ofdeleratesfrom the Central jy^n^ican^j^Mvaethe': open ing of the assembly jfesttfjrdajr oc cfcslonedmuchoemAent, there being a tendency In some1 circles to at tribute their absence to- the Influence of the United States. It waa ex plained, howeyer, that tho Coeta Rlcan delegation had^xpressed' -the opinion that the absence of other Central Amwdcans was due to un certainty as to whether the" new Central American federation was enf titled ,to only one delegation or whether each state still- -could. ho Represented. -. M'Donald Of Mandah Given The Decision In Third RwouhOb Foal M&ndan, N. iindan, N. D., Sept. 6.—Leo Mc ,Xbnald, local Welterweight, last night won the' decision in the third round of a scheduled eight round bout with Battling Krause of Hansen. M. _D.. when Krause for the third time fouled him, sending him to ,*he .mat "in agony, from i. a 16w Jab and a Jolt with the .knee. A thousand'. 'fans surged towards thfr ring but Krause escaped them.-' Lea McDonald, another local welter weight, put the quietus on Kid Carter, a Frisco dlnge, in the second round. Revenge Seems Motive For Wrecking Auto .o- ir-"' Blnford, N. D., Sept. 6.—Revenge seems tq be the motive for the re moval of a car from the garage of Julius Doll near here. The car was ptlased and the owner after a few hours search found it near the Cheyenne rivar wrecked to the extent that It will cost a few hun dred dollars to repair it. It is thought that the parties making away With the ci? bad no intention of stealing It. Infantile Paralysis Quarantines lifted Portland,: NV p., Sept. 6.—The quar antine for'infantile paralysis at the Albert G. Anderson and Gunnar Bal stad homea near here hartre been lift ed after being in effect for SO days. Physicians-declare the-treatment of the disease has reached- such a scien tific point that little Corrlne Ander son will suffer no ill effects from her sickness in later years, and that the little Batetad girl, is expected to en tirely recover. T—T 91 ii fampuiso The Lever That Lights TKc Gas" O niore matches! They alivays were mussy and dangerous arounda stove. And it's so quick and -handy just toY 1 tduch the lever and light any one of the top., v,)' burners. -f •_ r- .• A & Another one of the fantouti^ a a an ha A our daily duties. ft* hits* mi .'u Minnewte Force Resident! To Solma (Continued ftom Fine an hour before it hurst \lnto flamep and on his return 'here xe ported/the "lire to be no nearer -'-.the town than previously, when it lapped near th$ lumber yards and was titop ped byflre breaks, Mr. Cox couldtaot account for fire Starting in the mill unleiM the wind changed and drove sparks back iQto the town fr'om the northeast. I When Mr. vCox d^ove through White Fine no fires were In th elm mediate Vidni ty of the sawmills from the west, W'v* .' Miss Claire Nelson, after,she had been- given .fi minute to revive from an almost fftintlag oondltton, said She could hardly understand how the\fli-e began. 8he had-been watching^ the main and apparently only fire to the southwest, mst ana northeast, when the sawmill burst into flames from all sides. The seasoned- sheds burned like inder and what they say was', a "twlsV-lh -the wind «oon Bpread the lire oyer the entire town. "If we liadn!t seen* the:. Are at the mlnute, we didi" said Miss Nelson,' "we undoubtedly would have been .burned to death. We each picked up a child and started by the southwest road at the very edge of the old Are. The lire was so close to the road that we were forced to walk, single file. We thought for a while that we would, be unable td continue through the smoke, bu.t we younger girls, assisted —by men, helped thfe women and children and soon the trucks met us. 'The smoke from the ol(T fire .was so dense at the time we boarded the trucks' we were unable'to See the big Are at White Pine, but we^Sould^ hear distinctly the crackle^ %f the flames as they swept "over the dry lumber." What few cattle, and horses were left at White .Pine are believed to. have-perished. Trucks 'Boshed to Aid. All available transportation was ordered rushed to the road to White pine by Adjutant General RhlnOw, who left" here' shortfa^ before noon when first reports .came that the town finally was being swept by the flames. Six large trucks were dispatched to the rear road t& pick up the refugees. Who according to the general's mes were safe outside the life. /. Troops Retire. Orders have been sent from head quarters''here by the way of Solana to officers.- commanding the troops east of Whitepine to immediately aban don all lines except breaks and to proceed toward' McGrath. From the top of a seventy-five foot water tower at McGrath, it appeared as if the large lumber yards at Whitepine were afire'. The yards ex tend over several square acres and more than five" million feet of lumber are stacked' there. The troops' stationed between Whitepine and Solana were also or dered to retire from headquarters here.-' Manx Rofngoca Roads leading friom McGrath, So lana and White Pine are filled with refugees, moving to safety under the guidance of guardsmen and rangers. Throughout the. fire swept region in sections of Lake St. Louis, Millelacs, Kanabec, Carlton and Aitken coun ties, the prayers of settlers are for calm weather and rain, but in the latter particular at least the weather held out no hope. No Lives Loat. There has been no loss of life so' far as could be learned' early today, and in all reports received here it was emphasized .thait^ .under present conditions there was little reason to fear for the safety, of settlers as all in the danger zone? had had ample warnings. fin III the vicinity of. jT.wo Harbors, north' of Duluth, oh': Xiake Superior,, spectacular fifes were -causing anxiety and all available men were called out for service. Bast of French river, a flro originating in the brush, was swept on by a stiff off shore breeze. In the- valleys near KnifE river three flres were raging. Several hun dred volunteers in automobiles re sponded when a man interrupted, a Labor day meeting' at Two Harbors and pleaded for assistance. Other threatening fires were near Onamia and Hillman. Five Wounded When Fired'At From Anto Evanston, 111., Sept. 6.—Arrests were expected today in connection with the shooting here last night of two women and three men by the .Oc cupants of au automobile who fired at them with shotgun as the machine passed the bungalow occupied by'the women. The youns men were said to have been called by the. women who" feared alleged threats to kidnap then* The injured were taken to the. Ev anston hospital where it was said' to day that all would probably recover. They are Miss G. B. Dow, a designer' Miss Minnie C. Mahecek, a Chicago school teacher "William Hasketh, and Harold and Harry Cohres,,. brothers, of Evanston. With Arhart Miss Adeline Fosse went on duty this morning in, the-office of'Arhart & Co., jewelers, as stenographer, and bookkeeper, adding another to the many Aaker's Business College grad uates who are filling important posi tions in the city. School was jjilso called up this morning and askefe to supply a stenographer- Unroll now at the beginning of a«new term. ffM. WOLFFS Cash ft Carry Grocny 0 1 A Grand .Fortes, Minn. Phone 329 4 pounds V-\ ORa Kmcjr Rtoe.V.......... 1 w. botUo B. R. /IWt Nectar. £00/ 2 oz. bottle Crau pure V» Vaniiis_£xti»ct. .......4wC 1 oz. botuo Wlllard's 4AL pure Lemon Kxtracl...... &Uu 2 large ptMskages Oatmoal... .... burse paekages Grape Mnts\... gallons Cklcr V] re,..,sS®i, 8 baj White 7 bars Naphtha Soap 50e .4Sc We have a supply of good Bitter and IBcfa on band. "P QRAND FORKS HERALD, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,1921 11 08MSBTFARMER (Continued tfom p««e 1.) tfH Etnk Cashier :Kloco!«t «rM 4» rears old and nntll six weeks ago was cashier of the Farmers State Bank of Ormsby, but resigned for some unexplained rea .fon.^ Not even the bank officials knew Why he qult. as he refused to give a .reason. They declared his accounts were in regular shape. 1 Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock,' Mrs. Albert Strelow went to .the Klocow home to deliver to. Mrs.. Klocow the Sunday school. contribution yesterday of% the Union Church, of whlch Mrs. KlocoW wta treasurer, Her. knocks on the /front- door, 'being t^nanswered, Mrs. Strelow went around to the baok door. Note oa.DMr Said, "Walk Inl" The back door was open and on it waa pinned a note reading "wilk In" Mrs. Strelow stepped into the kitchen,' then into the living room, where she saw the 14-year-old daughter, Myrtle' lying on 'a cot. Mrs. Strelotr. glanced Into the ad joining bedroom- and saw Klooow In bed apparently asleep, his face, turn ed toward, her. In the bed with him was Mr*, -KIoqow and the youngest child, Leland. A second glance at Myrtle ilmwil Mrs. Strelow-that the girl had bee* shot through the head,\ and the wo man ran from the house to the neigh bort, who notified the authorities. Mother and 4 'children Shot Twice The. three oldest boys, Fred. Glen and Oliver, were found'' In their bed upstairs. They and Myrtle each had been shot two times as had also Mrs. Klocow, while the baby sad Klocow had been shot'once each. On the floor were ten exploded" cart ridges^ and in the, five-chamber re volver were two exploded and three unexploded cartridges. A letter was found on a table, ad dressed to Henry Klocow, a brother, at Estherville, Iowa,, and pending his arrival, funeral arr^nigements will be held In abeyance. Paid His Bills in Cash Kelghbors of t^ie Klocow*s thought the family had gone away Saturday night on (C visit and did not plan tm return until late today, and conse quently it was not thought strange when no. signs of life were seen about the house over Sunday. On Saturday, Klocow had gone, about town paying all his bills in cash,' although it was his custom to use checks. One merchant remarked on this and-Klocow responded: "You're lucky to get your money at all." That evening, about seven o'clock, Klocow was seen In the yard, playing with the youngest child and Mrs. Klocow was Ironing In- the kitchen. It developed tonight that a neigh bor, Arnold Ingold, living about 300 feet from the Klocow home,, thought he heard several shots between It and. 1 o'clock Sunday morning, but thought 'it was revelers on their way home fr^om a dance here. It was on Ingol&'s Information and the coadltlon of the bodies that the-coroner placed the time of their death. Klocow and his family were well known, and neighbors and -other friends could give no possible reason for the shooting. They all insisted that there had been no family quar rels to their knowledge, and had al ways considered Klocow very f9nd of his family. Temporary insanity'is the only explanation friends make. ONE REGIMENT IS WITHDRAWN FROM WEST. VA. .(Continued from page 1.) through the divide 'near Jeffrey and scout the summit of Spruce Fork ridge for a distance of fifteen miles. Up to a late hour tonight- the detail had not returned. No alarm was ex pressed at headquarters here, how ever, it being assumed that thfe soldiers were delayed by the electric and rain storm which swept the hills, most of the day. Colonel Martin today declared he did not believe accounts brought in by civilians that the bodies of men who had been killed in the hills were lying about in the passes. Takes Issue With Gompers. Washington, Sept. 5s—Officials of the United Mine Workers of Ameri ca were charged with responsibility "for the invasion of Ixigan county, and the proposed invasion of Mingo county by arhied miners," in a state ment- issued here today, by Harry Olmsted, chairman of the operators' Association of the Williamson field. The statement was declared to be in answer to that of Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federa tion of labor which Mr. Olmsted de .scribed as "hypocritical" and in many instances "false and misleading:" Mine guards and private detectives are not employed by operators in the Williamson field, Mr. Olmsted said, adding that Mr. Gompers. had "delib erately misrepresented conditions that have preceded and surrounded the attempt at armed invasion." The charge of Mr. Gompers that the up rising h^l been caused by the failure of the operators to put into effect the award of the government wage board was characterized as "another false hood." "The mine operators were under no obligation to do so," 'the state ment said, "they having no sort of connection 'with the coa} fields cover ed by that aWard. Increases Adopted. "Nevertheless, the increases allow ed by the United States government were adopted in this field promptly after the amount of Increases had been* fixed. It has never before been alleged'that the strike in the Wil liamson field was due to wage ad justments or any cause other than to compel recognition of the United Mine Workers' organisation. VCoaiis measured rather than weighed in this field: because it is the easiest and most satisfactory ftiethod of accounting between, the miners and the employers. The men have never asked to have the system changed. They don't want ft chang ed. "The earnings per day, dr weeki or month, is the real test Such 'a state ment comparing the earnings in the Williamson field with those in the unionised Kanawaha field wasj sub mitted to the senatorial investigating conimlttee in July. Possibly it was enVy aroused by that exposure that caused the Kanawaha miners to at tempt an invasion of the non-union coal fields. .. Demented Man Picked Up On Hilbboro Streets HWsbqro, N. D., Sept. •—Frank "Cmk. a transient who has been working in this vicinity for some .time, -was pickwd up on the streets lieCe while acting In a peculiar man ner, -The man seems to be laboring under the impression that be to being chased by wolves. aik. prove beyond question titiat the CaloriC —to the fact that the for telliag you about Toledo, Sept. ••—-William J. Burns chief of the United States secret serv ice is- expected in Toledo, today to take personal charge of the hunt for Joseph Urbaitls, Charles Scultz and George Rogers, alleged leaders in the $1,000,000 Toledo postofflce robbery of last February 17, who escaped N ii., ,iV ij v, He, will be returned to hii Ittme at Royalton, Mlhn. substitute Has been manufac-' lured from the web of a spider native to the Island «t Madaaaacar. It i». elalMsd the ptnodnet is fiar'auparlor in munr, ledtpeom to anytlitng that bs« ever beeo devised from real sUk. CaloriC GIESE S NOONAN -If It's HARDWARE We Have It" East Grand Forks Phone 484 BURNS TO CONDUCT SEARCH FOR THREE ESCAPED CONVICTS •it'*?' X, si#"-!- V\l-.. ... .- r- t-X JW 'v .iP/' •'4 CALORIC more effiofe&tfy than anyothar^ystem—and positively saves So the fiteL This remarkaWe economy record is due, first—to the fact, that the CaloriC Minnesota from the IjUcas county jail. Monday afternoon, after overpowering two deputy sheriffs. No clue has been found as to their whereabouts. Police of all the Great Lakes pities have been notified and are watching all trains and roads leading from Toledo. Sheriff Taylor has offered a rewar-.i of $500 for information that will lead to the apprehension of the three men. The great Disraeli wore co-nsets. 1 ENTER HERALD BIG SIX AUTO CAMPAIGN AND WIN THE? BEAUTIFUL CAR STUDEBAKER SPECIAI^SIX SEDAN Flxe-passeRger SO-hnpeiKMcr deCaobaMe-tead motor 119-inch wheclbase intermediate trans Oord Tires. Xbts car Is the Grand Pilse. FIVE FORD SEDANS Will also be given as DISTRICT PRIZES FIto brand new Port Sedans will be awarded te district prise winners. Enter tibe race ct enoe.\ Urt of eaadldatas «B1 be paUisbed within a tew days. The cstpatgn opeanteg date was Angsst 15, 1921, and the date of the oioee, November 15, 1921 All sabscriptlons to entltla the candidates to points most be sent or handed to The Grand Forks Herald on ar MWoui the dates meatkuiod. Points are |its on Subscription payments. Bnbscriptlons for the Grand Fortes Herald may be seeared aaywfcwc* la the United States or Canada. ,. Point urnlUs cannot be booght, snU or traasferred hi aay npuiner. Any person, sot a contestant may assist a contestant to take subscriptions and the point credits wiH ke ilosid to tike contestant for whom tfaejr are seat te. lweads and aciwalnlsnwe of contestants are entitled to point credits on subscriptions aosding tbeai to Ike jftoiVOme the reqwest tor points aoeompanles the order. NOMINATION BLANKE|p| NOMINATE YOURSELF' GOOD FOR 1,000 POINTS Herald, Btg Sfet Ante Osmpalgn, Grand Forfps K. the Herald JMc Six Aatt OstapaifQ. This POMtMiton eoonts for loot points tar the nominee. blank ^LIS^SSLSJtSL wtH be credited te each nesolnee Money Back definite written guarantee to through one register—by utilizing law of air circulation. heat entire home, upstairti and down, to the cxwnfortable temperature in coldest weather— and square basis on which we heats huflcflngs of 18' rooms heats more uniformly and has no expensive heat-wasting pipes—and secondly the same volume that it pours warm air in. This air-circulation resufts also in the air. throughout your home being constantly puri-v fied, with a complete shange of air practically every hour, I^tlia^lool^rfJew^1 'T* Th* CjKLOBiC may .be. inataBedio. ohl homes ss easily as Jn It l» lDw in first cost, low. npkeepi. No pipes, 1» pinmbing and only ooe regbtesv Cooae in and see the CaixmuC,and let us explain to yoa its many^ distinct advantagoa. You will thank us draws the cool air out of your rooms in* l/z Pekin Man Scalded By Water From Radiator Pekin, N. D., Sefct. 6.—When P. O. Knstad allowed his radiator to be come overheated while some distance from .town he unscrewed the cap only to have a stream of hot water and steam ehoot into 'Ills face. His arm was also badly scalded. He had sevoral miles to drive before he co'uld receive medical attention. tVr* w* official V.'