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|i •a $fSf 'I —^r-- Wi •^. ,. Psk& PACE TWO. to Washington to Set Forth' %JPtaia -itg# ^Jss Attitude tl Paris, Oet 6.—The aha of the |f. French mfamut at-the Washing j* ton cMftetnc* en armaments and far rg 1 eaatern aflfcira la to convince the dele r%tfea 9t other national! tle» especially tl|pt of the Amtricttt government Vnatt la not unduly armed and iMBi Hj reqvire^the number now in active service. to par concerning the present land nt* at France. General Wey ud Genera) de Gontte are cel fttag with General Destieker.. wfll attomptBT Marshal Foch in preparation of documents which be submitted to the Washington trance by Marshal Foeh. pfcranee Is reducing her army. The tmepa in active service todyr are aSjfat per cent of the namber on WMT 1 tf Otto rear. France then had a»lt S9t.090 ciea under arms. She MA has between 4tMt# and 500,000 imSndln* the arniv of the Rhine and drtMial troops. 3»nhal FVh will, be prepared luefeefon the conference every pa French attitude will be to show far France can go toward [teat in the face of informa- tM^i received from Germany concern iljjf that country's power for prompt ntefeiUaatton and in the absence of guarantees than France's own bp* It will be the view point of French delegation, that, unless S Ulpe are groarantees alone the line* t£*ee contained Ht America, British ant French agreement acainst tin war ®., rtrtttod aggrearion as elaborated by -Sj Wilson and Premieia Lloyd (honi and Clemenoean but nevet ISp' iM2M, a standing army of from 400, to itl.101 men with a like num ber sahject to immediate call tf H^AQtatlm will be required. '..'The French general staff is declar ed- to have information to the effw* that every regiment in the Germaf Winy as allowed under the Versailles treaty has 300 non-eem«rfsstoned ofBc «fn to each regiment. 300 of who* a*e serving a* privates. This, according to the Froneh infer 4i«tlM woald permit the mokffliatiaf of Oerm&n army of one million mer fiqM* of a week. fatten insure Gets Out On Bail Meant For His Cell Mate Chicago, Oct. S.—Benjamin Lelber 0Sun. one of four men alleged to have mbed the Klein Ioan Bank of js«r valued at $100,000 on Christmas lilt, walltil oat of the county jail early this morning by substituting ttmself for another man whs was ts he- released on bonda. this morning a d&ting herself to be Mrs. Asfta L«ib ednaa. callsd at the jail HtlM hoods for tike ^flBUama brikiraai I&RMALREQQGESTS luaiw EPf 1 TO SNTSE SEUT BT BROTHERHOOD of Baflwaar the Brotberbood of Rafiway and nremeau tlm Order' Balln—1 Ovoiiietois and the L'S Union of North Aasrt- mk The latter four organwtasns are Aetr Joint strike ballots bat "n»e trainmen have al ts strike. gj aunor aojiuh. Mngtoa. Oct 0.—SantDr Kea BepubUean, Iowa, informed Balding today that bo Hid not consider at the present acceptance of the federal judge of the northern Iowa district. ADVERTISEMENT. SULPHUR TO HEAL YOUR SON Out Skin and Eczema Heiped Over Night Okh| eruption* on Aea, neek, arm net haw ta srtstre or Apply a Improve- ilphnr and apply it «ee who have ttaablaa aan know Manthe Balphar Itehlag •mama la aaa ft Bke ttil •A. m&s ?vV4 $. *h.«d MAIL CLERK HERO PREVEHTS HOLDUP AJhrtn & Page. Elvin S. Page is the assistant chief clerk of railway mall service at Ft. Worth, Tex., whose bravery foiled train bandits who planned a gigaartic train robbery. Hearing of the planned holdup rage posed as the messenger in the mail car and after calmly al lowing the robbers to hold him up, turned dummy mail pounches instead of the real ones over to them nod then signalled, hidden secret service men to capture the bandits. Page was called to Washington and per sonally congratulated by Postmaster General Hays for his bravery. BeobJi Postmaster Gets Light Sentence Benlah, N. I., Oct. 6.—Joseph C. Evans, postmaster at this place, charged with emberaling $1,300 in war saving stamps, was sentenced in federal court at Fargo to spend sixty days In the Morton county jail 4t Mandan and to replace tba amount of money embessied. Berthoid Indians To Organize Post Bertbold, N. D.. Oct. 6-—The JCan Groa Ventres, and Be* Indians of the Fort Bertbold luauirattun wttT organise an American I.tsgkia peat October 14 and 15. State OsaonuuMler Phil Bangs having deputised Malar A. Bv Welch of Saodan to take charge of the oifcanliiaflnn wwt Sahration Anay Drire Is On At Derils Lake Dl. Oct. The far Devils Lake. N. drtra I14M in the Satvatkm Army It is the plan of the committees la cfairge to wind up the «Mk ia oi ^^Ser^'SnSirillOTED RED CROSS WORKER IS D^AD MIHE KILLED IN BATTLE Dt P. P. i.. Oct. c.—Br tte As Press)—Nine ICosus ware killed in a fight at Knlayknlay. Sulu. province, between thirty Morns and a detachment of the Philippine csnstri ulaxy numbering 10 men. heart? a Dnenos Aires. Oct. 5.—Bale in creases which the British-owned rail waya of Argentina put Into effect last March, amounting from IS to IS per cent, have feeen declared null and void by a decree of President Trigo yeau inraed today, which order* the roada to return the money paM'in ex oaaa of the old rates to the fthtpperc The aitlsii was taken note addneaiid by the pnbUc works to the that the raisfac of the mtes *&*• the control of the public utsBriea The roada aoalndti thor right to raise the rates mis tuprefWnn of the law and to keep the Inn Sanaa in fores not that mUhtry of public proceeded to levy lnis upon of 1.000 poses (about $•»* a 10.0*0 nil Si! a das. to disregard the authority of and that they war* randy In any flariiiBB the gev- S mw N'W,' STEP LIVELY Mirny Candidates aire After the Studebaker Special Six Sedan Step lively if' you want, the Grand Prize Studebaker Special Six Sedan. There are many candidates after this magnificent enclosed car and if you are to win it you must turn In a large number of auscripttons and earn a great many- point credits. There are only a few days left in the second special point Offer and if you rea-lly intend to become the owner of the 8tud«*aker Six or one of the. Ford Sedans, it is the part Of wisdom to make your special point ballot as large as possible. Use every minute of time J*orks Forks Ferry to ^T'Sm »aK of the erfcthur rata sthat Joseph Ylttei. Do yon Mm W. E. Ketth. Bgelaad ... Laura M. XeUogg. nsnsHaiii Bertha Rolstaad. Kloten .... Dorothy Wright. Michigan Mra. R. D. McDongaD. MoVOle Karl W. BOsiaidu. "Bolstta ... •tbel Wusscsa. Roaa TOda Berg, Warwick NeU by Governor Cfcri Moore of Bala province, according to an -offVdal rtlspati ti re celvsd at constabulary headquarters RAILROAD INCREASES ARGENTINA ARE DECLARED ILLEGAL] you can in getting subscriptions. Work diligently before the close of the second special point offer. Get your friends to help you. 8tay 6n the job early and late and no matter how hard you work during the next few short weeks, you .win be mighty glad that you made the effort, if you bo come the winner of the Studebaker Special Six Sedan. 'Steady w6rk is what counts. The person who is on the Job every day in the week and "getting something every day is sure to secure enough subscrip tions to earn a large number of m»e clal point credits. The steady work ers who made remarkable showings In the early part of the campaign. PCBUSHED 9TAKD1KG& H. Traveller. Ardoch l,|0t Mary MacLeod. Crystal ... .2S.100 Wed B. Arason. Kdinburg.. 1,000 Ruth M. Dean. Emerado .... Oscar Hansen, Fordvllle J. C. Koths, Cavalier C. J. 8olibakke. JOrayton..... Mrs. A. E. Halveraoa, Forest rtver 8. M. Breidfjord. Gardar Harry Overly, Grafton Mra C. N. Scborlw, Grand S1.000 C.000 13.000 1.000 71.110 11,000 23,000 71,220 10.750 Gail Gaalke. Grand Forks.... Mrs. J. h. Gibbons, Grand Fortes Hazel A. Mrs. John H. I* Andes, Grand Forks.... Chaa. Sweaaon. Halton....... BrdJe Blckford, Kempt on ... Mra. Walter Mm, .an kin .. Bva Ptammer. Langdon F. A. McDonald. Milton Garter Jackson, Orr •6.400 HQllgoes. Gd. Forks 71.520 hn Harris Gnnd 1,000 71,000 72.240 42.120 1,000 17,000 12,000 0.000 17.020 72,000 v., Mra. H. G. Leare, Pembina ... A. V. Ralston. Thompson Mrs. E. A. De Schneau. May vflle 0,000 District Kc. S. Points. 0.000 72.020 Bey Sggrna, An eta John Gang. Cando Mra. L. K. Doagherty, Charchs Bolt. Tork 20.000 Filbert. Dee imcm ...... G. D. Thayer, Dsgden.. Soatfaard, Faaaandea Mailaii Healy. Qtaabn ITIaiirh Haalh. Granville Both Fulton. Ktanatt Margnortte Cbnnole. Mohall .. OiilBia HaatoA. Manfred ..... Mae flmftlL MazbMa. N. Margaret Hedaht, Mercer bora Grigl*. Ryder Morgan Brickaen. TVwnsr ... Waiter Bjadisf. Waahbwa .. Mildred Mathesoa Cora Thiele. Wllev Oty. SHrfttSai. Meat Ketle Hetmer, Poplar. Mom. Mrs. Chte. WoHan, Sdney .. I Cfce^er Blftgan. WlHisaon— Bme Peyton. WQ&ston Mrs. P. 3. Foas. ZalU of filllin TIsUiuil iJosepUne Snlbvaa. the! Anna Peniltr Oapea h. Mxvaa O. .tdne. Falls Hlhner Eht tahsja the matter. Polnta) tae Robert. Alamo 1.0*0 Anna Baker. Amtawne 1.000 Haael Smith. Baiavfile. Moat. 25.000 Bthel M. WU. Culbertson l.OOC Alpha Keifer. Fall lss. Most. 1.0*0 Bather F. Carlson. Flnley ST.Ht Jobn & Wood. Greaora 1,**0 Alma C. Wick. Noonaa 29,**0 Unfile Mansae. Medicine Lake. ii.no .20.0** 11.0*0 45.0** 57,**0 l.tf* Points. I.*** Olson. Argyl*. ifiaa. Of i,**o t.:s* E. G. F.. B. G- F. Miriam 9aaL Hallsek. eh. Holt.. S1.454 1.IM II4M UN nkf KK .TUrtaTan if'. Oct- MlnnnapnTl* dined to tow inch today. 13*r lowest In more thas Sve r«e». when niOs here quoted famfiy pnteats at •7-45 to $7.72 a barrel a redectio* «f 2* to 22 cents A barrel from istar day's prices. Kst tanoe Angaat 1M« W this grade of flsnr nil wWMa the above range. &k t,mm -. ^.^\r.^lf. ,.,,-v-.v ,.,.V GRAND FORKS Ht^t-D.THURSDAY, OCTOBER Minnesota State Officials and U.§.Forest^ g&'.&r-Ityto Woods. SM1 DuluQi Oct. 8 —To makevan inspec tion of l|ht MlRitOQiK: nm. f«mit along the north shore of Lake Su perior and along the- Canadlkn border, members of the Minnesota state for estry board, headed -by W., T. Cox, state forester, left here by motor to day for Grand Marais, Wh^re a sched uled meeting, of the board will" be held. The party ^expects to return to Duluth the last of the week. The' qaemberd of the party, are: General Douglas, St Paul W. M. T»ber, Park Ra.Jlds ZU, D. Scott,. Duluth Daniel Shav/ Thief' River Falls Dean-Coffey, 'agricultural, cbf lege, •Vntv»r*tty, of MinneaiOtA Dean Cheny, :fSr6irt lachitoi/.'Uhlversity of Minnesrta State Forester cox and Phil Hanson, ah asslsUint' in the state forester's, office Inspection will b« made erf the. pro posed eite for a new lookout tower near the Grand Marals-Gunflint fire break road. Special attention also will be paid to forest (ire conditions and facilities for Are fighting, "said Itr. jCox. .... Duluth, Art. t.—On his first In spection trip through the .•. northwest since #14, Colonel Wm. fl. Greel^r, chief 'forestet. of .the United' Siates, with headquarters at. Washington, D. C., Is spending a few days in Minne sota forests. The official party visited the state forests in the vicinity of Cloquet yee terday and left Duluth early today for an exttnslve Inspection ef the Superior national and Minnesota na tional forest. Accompanying Colonel Greeley are Colonel A. S. Peck of Denver, Colo., chief forester of district No. 2, com prising Colorado, Wyoming. South Dakota, Minnesota and Michigan John McLarfcn, district fire chief M. W. Thompson, assistant chief for ester G. E. Marshall, supervisor of the Minnesota national forest, and Calvin Al Dahlgrin, supervisor Su perior national forest. mttve sister's utmiwr. XJttle Jennie gazed" long and ^thoughtfully at the young man who was calling on her grown-up sister Maude. "May I climb up on your knee, Mr. Grene?" she inquired at last. "Tea of course, dear!** smiled, the young man. who wanted to make a hit with the family. "Want to poll my hair—«Ij?" "No I want to see if I xu ted that word," replied the little girL "What word T" asked the visitor, in bewilderment. "I. heard -Maude .say this morning that if a- man- ever had the word 'idiot' written all over his. face, that man was you!** CONSERVING MO&AL6. TouH.feave to eliminate that raur der scene." said the motion picture snsor. "But the man has to be killed, or the. whole plot is spoiled." "Cut out the murder." "OH. all right. Well flash a few aea on the sljoui stating that the OMpiratars bribed a chef to pre pare, spotted Ash for their victim and be died of ptomaine poison." SECURE LONG TERM PAYMENTS You may secure large point credits in JThe Herald Big Six Auto Campaign by 6, waahliatdn, Oct. I.-—Major Gen eral- Joseph T. Dtckmaa, oommander crt the Btehth corps arsa «tth b«u quarters at Fort ,8am Houston. TMaa, and former chief of the airmj of oc cupation In Germany, retired today from.'actire astVles in. the army, end ing a continuous record of than 4E ye&rs in the military establishment In announcing his retiremant, Soete t#^' Weeks said the vac*njy irt the jgrade. of major general vronld be lncd-:y Brigadier General 8am«« D. Sturgia, comMMidlng the Pahama cabal divisloir. Both igenerals served with distinc tion in .the world war. \Qcmi6 -ASflooiir' A farmer recently paid a, .visit to a neighbor, and ho passed.along by the side of the fields he made a men tal note of. the fact that no scare crows were visible. Meeting the neighbor almost Imme diately he opened conversation as 'follows: "Good morning, Mr. Oate«. I see you1 haye no scarecrows in your fields. How do you- manage to do .without «jefn?" """Oh," well enough." "was the Inno cent reply. "Tou see, I dont need them, for fm in the fields all day myself." No man is so peaceful that he isn't proud of his ancestors that fought in the .ware. is, mi getting long term payments. These large payments wffl be a great help toward secur ing :r-.- Thousands of Special' 'Points Be wore that yon take (e of the second iaffr jpJRfr Jnd have afl rww*i The rfirf Iftftfft ten cftkxk the on October 15,1f2& ... 5# »l.cZ?i -i Aiihitmd or one of as at tbe w&k day*. It .V f. tkk 5** 1921. MAJOR GENERAL DICKMAN RETIRES 1 a WIN A SEDAN gctriog many special points in the "Second Special Point Offer" which is the last special point offer of the Herald Big Six Auto Campaign, Great Special Point Offer Regular Point Schedule XV -Y '•MP xK*v« S 'f 4 1 vc) HUNDREDS DIE OFJ^. PLAGUE IN enr I? IN BRITISH INDIA iUoAott, Oct. 6,—Handreda of per sons have died of ptague in the «ty of Jubbulpur, British India, says dispatch to the DAily Mall from Alia habad. The victims «f are so numerous. It is said, thatJt Is almost impossible to burr w_bu*n the bodies of those who have died. Jubbulpur IS the °f He will be arraigned for trial to the first week In November, having been in Jail dnoe AprM.Hl. ..: EARI/T HABITS. Ethel—Are they engaged? Clara—Not yet. He still hires a taxi when they go to a Aow. The foolish man who built his house on the fc EVENING EDITION- d'®I triet of the same name dla, and' Is located, about 200 miles sauthwasb of Allahabad. Indictment Against FrfBck "Bluebeard" Hm Been Drawn Up Versailles, Sept. !».— Indictment against H®nri _D®»*re Landru. the Tt&n^h Piuebeard,' been drawn up. Thsre are 11 of them charging murder of women to whom he had promised and the remainder forgery and-Other fraudulent operations Grspe-Nnts—the Body Builder II, mi ta I 0 0000 W ++0 0 0 0 0 Zone. Sttbtcriptions 'M fit?.?***.****?.#* ZSi Additional Payments IfyrnM Explaieei H«mpcr«r "Wretch, out of J, "i was a unt when I you. », ••You're a worm now!" *9 ••Gosh!" ewslaimed ih? ^d1"* as he paused to mop his brow, this either," groaned the leading lady. Clark's 18th Cruise, Feb Hth 1921 to the EQYPT & EUROPE By spedally Chartered ClaniMilaa ^bmcmu 74 DAYS FlkST CUSS, 56H «id up laeladlng teWii il 11 SS| •fees, ele. •ortes: helps boM The faH: SECURE: BID POINT BALLOT# You may secure a very large point baOlot by taking advantage of ti» Second Special Point Ol fer." Thiaisjjbe last ape^ rial point offer of Tfce Herald Big Six Aitto Campaign. Read the offer carefully. Note that you "N** 4 One Thousand Jor eadidollaivtumed into The Herald Big Six An^ ,Campaign department ^"la this offer lain Se% Do not Iom m- *•**1 Madelza,. Usb^S isvllto (Oranate gUn, Genoa, Mfceas,' Oeai -and Valwttne, Onrd^th OMm. Petrnary Mb i* nearly full. -1». O. Oliik, Timm W0W Ton or hmcfa, or -r your r-Hn'trr^' of winning a car by failing ti take ad*|ntage the ^«cnd Spccid Poiat Of tm." .j^ First Special Point Offer Two ttymimid poinfr in additioii to ke humher of points given under the ragtflar pbittt ach^dule date for each dollar tarn idSnundarti^ »«. w33I minfiaitfrom Augiwt |f* immbir U, MM TOt waa^tfae beat apedal .eSet -of 'tha"-can-i f-i#.: .... 4s tl!