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Second Section-Pages Ho 16
1 EVENING EDITION.
Three Prisoners From De
troit Said to Have Rushed
Warden at Movie Sshow.
Marquette, Mich., Dec. 12.—Michi
gan state policemen were standing
guard in Marquette prison today fol
lowing a riot among the prisoners
yesterday morning that resulted In the
Bertous stabbing of Warden T. B. Ctt
liri, the beating .oi Deputy Warden
Fred Menhennit, and the perhaps fa
tal wounding of the latter's son, Ar
thur.
Three inmates of the prison charg
ed with leading the riot were to be
flogged In the institution's "bull pen"
today, the punishment having ,been
ordered by Charles Blaney of Kalama
zoo, chairman of the Michigan state
prison commission.
Warden GatUn, who received nine'
Wounds, is in a serious condition.
Young Menhennit-'was stabbed in the
lungs. Each is in local hospital.
Outbreak in Chnpel.
The outbreak came in the prison
chapel while-a large number of pris
oners were witnessing a moving pic
ture performance. "Gypsy"' Bob Har
per, Jasper Perry and Charles Rob
erts, all of Detroit, are alleged to
have rushed upon Warden Catlin in
the darkened room and to have slash
ed him with knives stolen from the
prison kitchen. Arthur Menhennit,
who was visiting his father, lnterven
ed and received & knife thrust.
A prison guard summoned by one
3S prisoner, held the revolting inmates at
bay with his rifle and succeeded In
if marching them to their cells
The tfiree men charged with' being
the ring leaders In the Insurrection
were aided by several inmates, while
another group came to the defense of
.the prison officials.
Harper had expressed ill-feeling for
the warden because his privleges had
been revoked following his capture
after an escape three months ago. In
mates of the institution were reported
to be quiet today.
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SWISS SONGBIRD
SOON TO APPEAR
.JSp: ON U. S. STAGE?
INJURED INJURIOUS
Mile. Beatrice Dart.
The fame of Mile. Beatrice Dart,
now singing in comparative obscurity,
has
reached American opera circles and it
is rumored that the Swiss prima
donna will' make her bow to U. S.
audiences within the next few weeks.
tn the
National theater of Zurich
EXTRA DIVIDEND.
New York, Dec. 12.—The Northern
Securities company declared an extra
dividend of 6 par cent in addition to
the quarterly dividend of 4 per cent.
The company is a former holding
•otnpany for the Great Northern and
Northern Pacific railroads.
The Most Radical Price Re
ductions Ever Offered
Here is a Splendid Opportunity to
Secure a Pat he Phonograph
For Christmas
MODEL NO. 3 *9Q Cfl MODEL NO. 10
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NORTH DAKOTA'S
PHONOGRAPHS
Factory Notification Just
Received
You are all familiar with the
six exclusive advantages of
the Jeweled Pathe'.
No Needles to Change
on a jewelled Pathe. The
S a re a
wears out.
Guaranteed Longer Life
of Records.
Plays AH Makes of Rec
ords and plays them bet
ter.
Now Note These
New Prices
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FURNITURE®.
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PACKERS SAY
Stand Firm in Refusal to Ar
bitrate Union Men Seek
Settlement.
Chicago, Dec. 12.—Packing hotted,
officials of Chicago reiterated today"
that the strike called .one w.gek ago ij£
the Amalgamated M«at Cutters ana
Butchers has not materially interfered'
with their norhmal operations. Arid
they also stood firm in their refusal'
to mc^et arbitration overtures of union
leaders.
The1 union officials, however were
seeking arbitration and Secretary
Lane has gone 10 Washington to lay
the strike and the wage .question be
fore President Harding- and the de
partment of labor with a view of
having, the president ask Ijpackeri to
meet the union leaders.
No report of violence' has 'been
made to the stockyards, police within
the past 24 hours and on accountI'of
the1 man hunt for' Tommy O'ContfOW
the force in the packing house did-'
trfct was to be curtailed.
COMMITS SUICIDE.
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Duluth Dec.' 12.—-Police, assisted
by the coastguard, resumed today
the. search for the body of an un
identified man who jumped Into the
canal at the entrance to Duluth har
bor l^te yesterday and was1 drowned.
Waving his hat and shotting a fare
well, the man jumped from the canal
wall near the aerial bridge. He was
swept from sight almost instantly by
the swiftly moving waters.
DOING BIG BUSINESS.
Vancouver, B. G'., Dec. 12.—The
Sudden gro-wth In number of Van
couver clubs licensed to' sell malt
liquor to members has resulted In the
reopening of about 18 hotel bars with
similar license as a test of the prohi
bition restrictions. Membership in
the hotel "clubs" costs ten cents and
business is flourishing. The police
have decided they cannot interfere un
til Feb. 1. when a new charter giving
the city control and regulation of all
4olubs
becomes effective.
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Alway Ready to Play as
soon as you slip on a
record.
Supreme iii Tone because
of the famous Pathe Sap
phire Ball.
The Pathe Controlla en
ables you to increase or
decrease the tonal vol
ume at will.
$70,00
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MONDAY,
Ex-President Wilson bertng antated
down the steps of bis home lit
Washington by a colored servant.
Ex-President Woodrow Wilson is
making a plucky fight to regain his
health, lost during the trying days of
his presidency, but he finds the task
of moving about a great one. Deaplte
his' condition he tries to take,
every sunshiny day.'
FOUR-POWER PACT
WILL BE ACCEPTED,
BRITISH PRESS SAY?
London, Dec. 12.—Ratification of
the four-power treaty relative to in
sular possessions i* the Pacific, is be
lieved assured when- the convention
is submitted, to the United States sen
ate, in the view of newspapers here.
Today's journals greeted the terms
of the convention with enthusiasm
and based their forecast of ratification
upon the fact that Senator Lodge pre.,
sen ted the artaty to the armament
cmference.
"The. apparently impossible is, in
effect, an accomplished fact," said
the Telegraph "Our alliance with
Japan has passed out1' of existence
upon the only terms which Japan
could regard as satisfactory and
which we. could feel to be honorable.
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DECEMBER 12, 1921.
WILSON, FEEBLE,
NEEDS ASSISTANCE
ON DAILY AIRINGS
a'
ride
By this achievement alone,
President Harding's administration
:has fully justified the bold and mag
nanlmous stroke of statesmanship by
which it amazed the world a. few
thonths ago."
In the opinion of the Westminster
Gazette, the one weakness of the trea
ty lies in the fact that it does not
guarantee the integrity of China, but
added: "We have emerged from a
n'ghtmare of misunderstanding about
secret motives and Mr. Harding has
earned the good will of the world by
his initiative."
Great Volcano In
Mexico Bursts Into
Violent Eruption
I Mexico City, Dec. 12.—(By the As
sociated Press.)—Popocatepetl, the.
great volcano southeast of here, burst
into violent eruption yesterday, a col
umn ,of a:noke and ashes being thrown
2,500 feit above the summit. Presi
dent Obregon was entertaining friends
at Chapultepee castle and with them
was on the balcony when he observed
the eruption. He called for field
glasses and after observing the smoke
rising forty miles away, directed two
aviators be sent there to ascertain
the seriousness of the outbreak.
The aviators reported they had
heard heavy rumbling and that lava
was flowing down the slopes below
the, crater. Warnings have been sent
'.•lib' villages near the mountain, but re
'PQrts indicate the small towns have
been deserted for weeks.
in iho na~t month Popocatepetl
has been reported active^ each erup
t. in showing greater violence than
the one preceding it and a serious I
outbreak is predicted. I
Wins Verdict Against
Iowa Insurance Company:
Minot, N. D., Dec. 12.—A jury in
district court Saturday morning re
turned a sealed verdict for $1,000 in
favor of the plaintiff In the case of
George Bueckler vs. the Iowa State
Live Stock Insurance Co. The plain
tiff was suing for' insurance money,
which hq-asserted was due him on an
insurance policy which he had taken
out with the company on a horse. The
horse died, but the company' refused
to pay the policy on the grounds that
they were not properly notified when
the horse became ill.
The verdict was for the amount
asked by the plaintiff.
TUTTLE PEOPLE""
GET TOGETHER
Tuttle, N. D., .Dec. 12.—A conynun
lty dinner was served here to 500
people, the largest afTalr ever held In
the town, Venison, furnished by P.
P. Hutchlsoh and S. O. Harris, occu
pied a prominent place on the menu.
The dlnher.^was followed by a program
and dance. ••.'?
The affalr was a .Wg get-together
for people-of the totarn and country
In this vicinity.
EXIDE BATTERY PRICES REDUCED
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AUTO FASCINATES
INDIANS AS IT
DOES WHITE MAN
Washington, Dec. 12.—The automo
bile "seems to possess the same ir
resistible fascination for the Indian
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Overcoat Hats
Old shaggy—The hat you see that was pur
chased at Olson's—Its $5.00, the best in
America. They come in all colors, deep tan
and green heathers. You'll like them. Drop
in any day and say, show me old shaggy.
$5.00.
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brethren." says the annual report of
the board of Indian 'commissioners
made public today. Agents in all
parts of the Indian territory, the re
port said, state that in many cases the
first proceeds of the sale 'of tribal
lands go "to purchase a high, powered
automobile and a full complement of
accessories." ...
OLSON'S
A Store For Men
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If its jewelry you want go to a jewelry store—but if you
want clothing—say, you'll certainly find it here.
our business
Take, a dozen men—all
size 40 one is tall, one is
short, one is heavy no
two alike. We have mod
els for all correct propor
tions in every size. Allfrom
the House of Kuppenheim
er, rich, colorful, Scotchy
overcoats Crombies and
fur collared overcoats.
M. G. OLSON CO.
SANDY MCDONALD, President
Order By Mail. We Pay Postage
OLSON'S
Order By Mail We Pay Postage
You people who live out of the city and who formerly came to the city to do
your Xmas shopping, perhaps, circumstances prevents your doing so this year
why not av&il yourself of our mail order service. You'll like it—a card or let-^
ter will bring to your door by parcels post the very next day—an assortment
of the things you desire-—hundreds of our customers are doing this every day.?
M. G. OLSON CO.
A Store for Men
GRAND FORKS 1 N. DAK.
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Second Section-Pages to 16
Xmas Furnishings
Silk shirts, silk neckwear, silk mufflers, silk
hose, silk pajamas. You'll find them all here
in gorgous abundance. Men like to get gifts
purchased at a men's store, merchandise
bearing our name will be familiar to him—
besides it's a sign of quality.
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zenship toe conferred on all non~
-jittzen Indians but that the govern
mont continue Its "protective super
vision over their property affairs."
Coal in Load Screened Lig
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size *11.50
Phone 1551.-
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