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Pedestrians
Perform Weird
Dances Today
Two Ntepfl forward and one back.
Thus the citizens of the city gyrated
to work this morning. Some appeared
to be practicing the latest hula hulu
steps while others entertained fellow
pedestrians with weird exhibitions of
EAST GRAND FORKS
the highland fling. The generally ,nvj|,jon
date automobiles also arose to the
spirit of tho occasion, and whon turn- ...
$ in* oornors caused the drivers
n0
Christmas tide, but the weatherman
had merely played one of his tavorite I
and'King Sol aided in alleviating the
danger by transforming the slippery
ice into puddles of water. It's great
weather for those who carry life in
surance.
FINAL CONTRACT
NOT AWARDED FOR
HIGHWAY NO. EIGHT
Forks, to the effect that negotiations.
for the work had not yet been com-1
lileted and final contracts had not
that, thc work will not be done until
next spring.
The state highway commission in a
letter to J. ('. Sherlock, president of
the Commercial club, said that Mor-
ADVbKTlSEMENT.
COUGHS
ARE WARNINGS
Menthol is Nature's remedy for throat
(factions, aMd by throat and now ip»
alailita. Its toothing and healing quall
tia* rcliev« thi Irritatad membrane*.
Bainc alao a powarful antlaeptlp, it pro
vaota spreading of the inflammatioc
Dean't Mentholated Cough Dropa are
compounded with juat the proper amonnt
of menthol and pure cane eugar to make
them doubly effective. Pleasant to taet»
—always beneficial. NowSe plus war tax.
Dean Medicine Co., Milwaukee, Wis.
MENTHOLATED^^
Cough Drops
Oc the Drop lh,t Clinch
A few of the many
Gifts that will be
used long after
Christmas.
Northland Skis
North Star Skates
Sleds
Toboggans
Remington Rifles
Daisy Air Rifles
Pocket Knives
August Gfatf Dies
Suddenly In His Office
August
wej[
ceedingly treacherous. part of the state. He was tf yean
Maurice Sullivan, street commis- old.
sioner of East Grand Forks, came to He is survived by a brother la West
the rescue of the pedestrians by Duluth, and attempts have been made
sprinkling the sidewalks with sand, to get into' touch with him, that
"Word has been received by thej0f state high way between East
Commercial club of East Grand Forks
from Peter Mortenscn of "lb.b™f mence, Peter Mortenson. the low bid
vho. it is said, had been awaidcd tht writes that the prospect of get
:ontract for gravel ng Highway No. 8
l.etween I-isher and Ivast Grand un r„r.h»r
Did You Ever Think
of the Many
Useful and Sensible
HARDWARE GIFTS
Community Silverwear
Pyrex Ovenwear
Pyrex Casseroles
Aluminum Utensils
Serving Trays
Carving Sets
Nut Bowls
Crumb Trays
Electric Stoves
Percolators
Toasters
Sad Irons
Grills
Roasters
SEE OUR WINDOWS
C. L. LINFOOT
A W A E
East Grand Forks Minnesota
ADVERTISEMENT. AUl'F.kT IS P.M li T.
'/MASTINS
to Set the
Original and
muine
TABLETS
Used By Millions At AT-
Simple Euy Way To Help
Increaie Weight and
A
Energy, Clear The
Sldn and Correct Indigestion and Constipation
•^MASTINSJP^ 1* Ar. Net Entirely
v|
tr
I A O N
Seticfiwd With The Result*
cfl Ih Yowr Own Case, Your'
MonejrJWitt B+Promptl?
.fi-'
tenson was the lowest bidder arid un--an Infection in her hand due to a
doubtedly would be given the coiy knife cut received while coring a
tract. -t grape fniit a few days ago. It was
The local organization IS TiSihs. its feared that blood poison had set In,
influence to have the work d.onfc* t.hts -but the latest reports stated that the
winter, so as to give work'to many patient was out of danger and doing
who would otherwise be idle.' .-' ^nicely.
thp. Northern Pacific railroad of th:s
was Ktricko:i
ure
suddenly this morning at 11
wv»ii^
littl(» worry 'by stoTJuing- for a sWing 5ver* 5rn Passenger versary of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Will about
S of the tango whir? depot. Death followed immediately.
I The (u"mor1strations wertf not the! 6™ a surprise party at the Willi
result of an amendment of tho Vol- thirty-five years he had lived, in this _t.p„[R
stead law or a previous celebration of
0jtJ.before,ha)j
anJ not
U1
The decetmctl had
pranks by causing rain to fall during ,j,y Northern Pacific railroad ever'
the night. cireHsing the city in a cost since he came to this city, and was'
of glossy ice. making locomotion ex-
known in railroad circles in this
funeral arrangements might be made.
MAY NOT GRAVEL
MALLORY ROAD
THIS WINTER!
In response to an inquiry by the
Commercial club of East Grand Forks
as to when tho work on the graveling
Grand Forks and Fisher woulf, com.
this wlnter is
rav«
.. .. I questionable. He further says that at
thsi »t
th preaent lime there has been
inir
'father
noth-
done ahollt thp iob anU
ing further done about the job, and
_. ....
as a result he is not sure if the high-
been drawn up. The communication I commission will consent to thc
ilso stated that there is a possibility
wo
.k
this wjnte,.
The state highway commission, in
reply to an inquiry from the Com
mercial club in regard- to the same
matter wrote that while Mr. Morten
son of Hibbing is the low bidder and
that he would no doubt get the con
tract. at the date of the letter, tho
contract had not as yet been awarded.
The Commercial club of East Grand
is des'.rous to get the work started
this winter, as it will in a measuro
tend to help the unemployment situa
tion in this vicinity. The Commercial
club, in urging Mr. Mortenaon to take
up the work, has pointed out that at
this time the wages are, a little lower
and that labor to carry on the project
is plentiful.
EAST SIDE BRIEFS
Mrs. Robert Stoks, 502 North Sec
ond street, was taken to a Grand,
Forks hospital, Sunday,'as a resrilt of
Attorney W. J. Rasniusseri was
called to Phillips, Wis., on account of
the illness of his father, Jacob Has
mussen. '.
bridge.forernan for Rev. J. Tlioen of. Oagle, .Vlinn.,
sperU Sunday
wtLh -heart fail- E.j'
friends-
tt wnrW in" hi* nffir*
.. »J. nis ornce, Jn honor Qf the 25lh \yedding anni-
ARRFST IN MAN I moved to the Are hall. One other
nliliLiu in iftniLi fireman vas reported overcome but
ROBBERY CASE sTor^time10
in the city viik
150 of thelr frlendB and
complained of being mementos "o7 the occasion
his death mementos or tne occasion
been employed
ting
neighbors
brought along- a fine lunch.
...
rr.
a'so
Misfi Theresa Thoreson, postmaster
of East Grand Forks, announces that!
in response to the plea for early CONDENSED STATEMENT
mailing of Christmas packages there
have been many more mailed so tar
this season than 'has been tlve case
during past Christmas seasons at the
same period.
George Brantfc of Key Stone and
Thomas.'-Stewart of Huntsville were
in East^'Grand Forks oft business Sat
urday. V.
R. E. Cropsey, special agent for the
National Fire Insurance Co. of Min
neapolis was in tho city Saturday.
East Grand Forks .pilaster No. .29 2
A. F. and A- M.- will hold an election
of officers Tuesday,evening. 4
FARGO FIRE
Reliance Garage Totally De
stroyed Two Firemen
Are Overcome.
Fargo, X. D., Dec. 12.—Fire origin
ating in the front office of the Reli
ance Motor company, owned by J. A.
Raines, ^completely gutted the garage,
destroying about 50 cars which were
in storage.. Bill Leslie, fireman, was
overcome by smoke and was re-
return lo his p,acc in
HI ANWnilNfPn The alarm was turned in about
12:30 a. m. SunJjay and by the time
the department arrived the entire
Jersey City, X. .J Dec. 12.— (By the front office was burning and the fire
Associated Press.)—The first arrest in had spread into the cars stored in the
connection with the $2,000,000 mail rear. After pouring water on for
robbery on Uower Broadway. New about 15 minutes the blaze subsided,
York, several weeks ago becamo bus investigation revealed small blasces
known today when Frank Calabrise,
was ordered arraigned before Federal
Commissioner Queen. Calabrise.
'•harged with the theft of four pack
ages of registered mail, had
tk retly arrested a month ago and
pnllned in jail here by postal inspec
tors.
in the cars.
a
Exploding gasoline tanks
sprea dthe flames' throughout
the
entire building and by 2 a. m. the
biaze was out of control and had com
pletely destroyed the building and
contents.
First Garage in City.
Occupants of the Hook apartments,
adjoining the garage, were forced out
of their rooms by the heavy smoke.
Care was taken to prevent the fire
from spreading to the Hook apart
ments and the public library.
The building was the home of the
first automobile garage to be estab
lished in Fargo. Hector Barnes was
its owner.
WOMEN STORM MINE
AND PREVENT MEN
FROM GOING TO WORK
Pittsburg, Kan.. Dec. 12.—A crowd
qf women, estimated at 2,000. the
wives and relatives of striking How
at coal miners, stormed Mine No. 17
of the Jackson-Walker company
shortly after. 5 o'clock this morning
and prevented the' miners employed
at the mine from returning to work.
The mob of women appeared to
have no leaders and was composed
principally of foreigners. They form
ed in Franklin..about a mile from the
mine. Men estimated to number
3,000 assembled at Franklin, but did
not march on the mine or take part
in storming it.
About 125 miners had been work
5 Tel—ADD Women storm—
The sheriff, who was warned last
night of the proposed storming of the
mine after a secret meeting of wom
en yesterday at Franklin, was at the
mine this morning long before the
mob arrived, but was powerless.
After their storming of tho Jack
son-Walker mine, the women went,
hack to Franklin. Reports reaching
the sheriff were that plans called for
a similar demonstration tomorrow at
two or three mines several miles from
Franklin.
SURVIVOR OF LOST
BATTALION THINKS
SPIES FOLLOW HIM
Granite Falls, Minn., Dec. 12.—Lars
Olson, one of the survivors of the
"lost battalion" of the world war, will
be sent to a hospital i/i an effort to
relieve him of a delusion that he is
being followed by spies who are de
termined to kill him.
When Olson returned from over
seas he was apparently suffering
from hardships he encount.ere'd. The
-ecent death of Colonel Whittlesey
commander of the "lost battalion," is
believed to have had a depressing ef
fect on Olson. A few days ago he at
tempted to shoot a farm hand with
whom he was working because he
^thought him to be a spy.
Deputy Sheriff Is
Fonnd Guilty On a
Manslaughter Charge
Wheaton, 111.. Dec. 'JO.—Abe Klein,
•pecial deputy sheriff of DuPage
county, charged with manslaughter in
the shooting of Leo Neumann, a
motorist, last September, was found
guilty by a jury today.
The Jury fixed the pehalty at four
teen years in the penitentiary. Coun
sel for the defense said they, would
move tor a new trial.
Klein is sixty-one years old and re
puted to be a millionaire.
Neumann was alleged to have be'en
speeding and Klein fired a shot which
according to the deputy's story, was
merely to stop Neumann
RICHARD BAGOfT^
AUTHOR, IS DEAD
MUnthorpe, West Morelandi Engr-'
land, Dec. 12.—Richard Bagot, the au
thor is dead at his home here.,
Bagot, novelist and «Mfcy
1860, .was the author
Richard
1st. born in
numerous works
faf
6t
fiction, having
for the most psfcrt -an Italian back-
CATHRO MAKES
LASTSTATEMENT
Shows Condition of State
Bank When New Com
mission Took Charge.
V: W. Cathro, manager of the Bank
of North Dakota has issued a state
ment of the condition of the bank as
of Novembet 23, the day the new state
administration took charge.
.The only striking features of the
statement appear to be two items
dealing with the sale of state bonds.
According to Cathro'w statement the
home Friday evening. The bank has paid out $74,325 as advance
brought many presents as commission on the real estate series of
an*
bonds, and $52,372 discount on the
b^nk 8erles of
-oonds
There is little change in the other
Uems of thc which followS:
Gf
condition of the Bank of North
Dakota, Bismarck. X. 0.
At tho close of business, November 23,
1921, whvn old commission re
tired.
l^-sourccs.
Bonds, United States,
State and County 1,072,791.93
Loans to banks 1,902,513.50
Loans to warehouse re
ceipts .• 53,980.42
Due from public insti
tutions and depart
ments
Ijoans on real estate. ...
Interest earned (net)
uncollected
Furniture and fixtures..
Due from 208 depositary
banks in Xorth Dako
ta' (redeposits)
Due from correspondent
banks outside of
1,580,615.77
330,701.39
215,362.07
52,673.67
2,118,244.82
North Dakota*. .......
Cash items due from
banks in the state....
Cash items due from
the state and public
corporations
Cash on hand and cash
items
Contingent fund (state
treasurer's registered
checks)
Stock room supplies as
per inventory
State treas
urer, farm
loans deliv
ered for
bond issue {2,568,333.85
Proceeds of
real estate
bonds re
ceived from
industrial
commission.1,977,^00.00 590,733.85
1,513,114.94
236,697.59
320,231.27
113,992.86
259.19
10,668.41
'.Advanced commission 11
on real estate series
bonds to be amort
ized 74,325.00.
Discount on hank series
bonds to be amortized 52,372.00
In"'" ""i-i 'n ndvance
on bonds, bank series,
^n^ai'i 1 and
July 1, 1922. 100,000.00
Total $10.339,284.G8
Liabilities.
Capital 2,000,000.00
Surplus
Reserve for depreciation
on furniture and fix
tures .'.
Net profits*
Appraisal fees .4....
Cashier's checks
Individual deposits ....
Public deposits, sinking
funds
Public deposits, general
and other funds—
State treasurer and
state institutions.
Public deposits, general
and other funds—
County, city, township
and school treasur
ers
Due to depositary,banks
(reserves)
Proceeds of bonds
Registered checks*
Collection items
Bills payable
40.000.00
16,913.98
167,038 61
4,031.13
20.269.88
1.502,204.38
1,380,413.32
2,618,282.57
1,902,605.91
263,922.00
410.028.69
10.885.65
2.688.5C
None
Total liabilities $10,339,284 68
140 TO GKA1DUATE.
Minneapolis, Dec. 12.—Approxi
mately 1-40 seniors at the niversit
of Minnesota will be graduated at the
eominencement exercises to be held in
the university armory, Thursday, Rod-
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., .. --uenui to eaf
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The fact that almost everjr drug
gist in the U. 8. and Canada carries
Pyramid in stock at 60 cents a box
shows how highly these' Supposi
tories are regarded. Take no sub
stitute. .You can try them free by
sending your name and to
ayrvj.iwff «iruddres*
$7.85
•4H
For Men
ney M- vfrest, university registrar an- dldates for graduation
nounced this morning
While the number to be graduated
is v«till uncertain, Mr. West said, in
dications are now that 140 of the can
th0.lr
Men's and Young Men's
OVERCOATS
BOY'S KNICKER
SUITS
SHOES
FOR BOYS
OVERCOATS
Patrick's Make
UNION SUITS
Dress Shirts
HANDK'ER'S
iO KINDS
COLLARS
STARCHED
SHOES AND
RUBBERS
I
will -receive
diplomas. This is
iniur uipiujuom. -v inore
twite as many as were graduated ax
the mid-year exercises a. year
will be the second mid-year gradua
tion to be held at the university.
THE UNIVERSAL CAR
A Gift of Real
Think*of a Ford Sedan, with Starter and Demountable Rims—*
really hig"h class car having all the comforts and conveniences that
go along with an enclosed car—selling for $660.00.
What Gift could you present to your family that has more real
value and that will bring more real comfprt and enjoyment in
summer as well as winter?
THE FORD SEDAN-$660
JF. O. B. the Factory
To all Ford users we offer the best of service and guarantee the use
of Genuine Ford Parts on all work done.
We have a complete line of Used Cars. Come in and look them
over. Ask us to explain our time payment plan on new and used
cars.
Call 170 for a. Demonstration
MYERS MOTOR CO.
East Grand Forks, Minnesota
WALK ACROSS THE RIVER AND SAVE $1.00
15th Anniversary Sale
Paving the way to reat economy on useful and sensible holiday gifts Bargain week dis
poses of all broken sizes and odd lots at tremendous savings. Ridiculously low prices in
effect for this week.
Lamb lined, leather liped, sheep lined. Coats with raccoon and opossum
/.v 'collars.' Gordonvand Poulor make .1
Fleece Lined Gloves
„m
Broken sizes. Reg:, price $15
to $25, while they last
Boys' Best Ever brand, some with 2 pair pants
O'Donnell, Torey,
work shoes.
EVENING EDITION.
Beacon, Chippewa
Caps, Sweaters, Dress Shirts, Blouses,
Mitts, Stockings, Underwear
S3 oz. weight, a great coat.
Cornea in fancy grey.
Standard Fleece, First Quality.
All Sizes, 36 to 46
THE WEATHER. 2
Minnesota: Generally fall- ib
night-and Tuesday slightly cold
er In north portion tonight. -vr,
North Dakota: Fair and subt
ly ooldrr tonight, becoming an^.
settled Tooaday,
•MS.
INC.
$7.50
E. & W. make, Reg. $1.75, $2, $2.25 95c
E. & W. make, Reg. $2.50^$2.75, $3 .$1.35
E. &. W. make, Reg. $3.50, $4. sizes 15,15^, 16 $1.85
Soft finish white, good size.
Geo. P. Ide make \.
Nearly all sizes, while they last
Ail go at Anniversary Sale.
Ties, Scarfs, Gloves, Mitts, Hats, Caps Belts, Boxed Suspenders,
Slippers, Buoys' Mackinaws........ ».......................^
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$39.50
$1.00
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