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tTSONGAVE
ADDRESS AT "IT
Challenge to Youth is Prep
aration For Leadership,
if S a 7
Because of the position o£ suprem
acy into which the United States is
coining there hi a challenge to the
American yputlT to' flt himself for po
sitions of (leadership, /Dr. Lawrence B.
Kobertson. of the First Congregational
church of this city, told the students
of the state university this morning.
Dr. Robertson spoke at the weekly
convocation at the school.
Two facts point toward a future of
power for the I'nited States. Dr. Rob
ertson said. The i-ountries of Kurope
owe huge d*bts to this country, and
the center of civilization is moving
westward.
To give an idea of the enormity of
thVdebts due the United States he
gave the following illustration. A
man shoveling ten dollar gold pieces
from a field of gold continuously at
the rate of $60,000 an hour would
shovel for twenty-one years before h«
could imass an equivalent of the
amount of the debt.
Early civilization was located in
Egypt and Asia Minor, he said. Since
that time civilization has steadily
moved westward, first to Greece, then
to Rome, then to western Europe. Jt
has now extended across the Atlantic
to the Pacific with every indication
that its center will be among the na
tions bordering on the Pacific.
Becausc of the position of import
ance that the United States will hold
It will bo necessary for leaders of men
to be produced, Dr. Robertson said,
and urged the students of the uni
versity to prepare themselves for
places of leadership.
In closing he explained four essen
tials of leadership. One who leads
must be a worker, he must be a think
er he must have a moral code, and
must have the courage to live up to
that code.
Dean Vernon P. Squires of the Col
lege of Liberal Arts, presided at the
cxercises in the absence of President
Thomas F. Kane. Two soprano solos
•were given by Miss Alice Sandberg
at the opening of the program.
ENDORSED NEW PLAN
OF HANDLING SCHOOL
EXHIBITS AT FAIRS
Miss Guri Sand, deputy superin
tendent of schools in Grand Forks
county, returned this morning from
Fargo, where on Wednesday she at
tended a meeting of a committee
Which presented a plan of standardiz
ed premium lists for school exhibits
at state fairs, before the convention
ojl county and state fair secretaries
y"lnd managers in session there.
fi. J. Boyd, representing Miss Min
hie Jean Nielson, state superintendent,
who is now In Chicago at an educa-
county superintendents, and will be
Shown at the state fair and county
exhibits. A permanent committee
•With whom the superintendents will
work directly, was named yesterday,
and consists of Miss Beatrice John
f, stone. Grand Forks Miss Harriett E.
Perry, Jamestown, and Mrs. H. H.
Sorter, Pargo.
new and standardized list of
liums will be made up, according
the decision made at the meeting
/esterday, and so far as possible, the
iew arrangements will be carried out
at the state fair this year. Under this
new plan, the school exhibits will be
handled entirely through people in
terested in education, instead of by
fair officials, as formerly.
MANY FLOWERS
TO BE PLANTED
IN CITY PARKS
M. VV. Kanowski. superintendent of
parks, is completing plans for beauti
fytng all the Grand Forks parks. He
has secured a large number of flower
eeds, and they are being prepared for
planting. The seeds will be planted
in hot-bods about April 15„ and as
soon us nil danger of frost is past the
flowers will be transplanted in the
parks.
Mr. Kanowski plans to make the
parks veritable (lower gardens, as well
as places^of rest and arhusement dur
ing the summer months. Among the
flowers to lie seen in the parks this
year ure: larkspur, columbine, ver
benas, marigolds, riianthus, poppies,
cockscombs, flox. mossrose, cosmos,
petunias,' asters, zinnias, gaillardias
--.and calendula. There will be many
other varieties, of course, among
which will be some never seen in this
section.
MASONIC PROGRAMS
FOR MARCH PLANNED
TO DANCE TONIGHT
•. The Masonic 'Entertainment com
mittee announced today that several
!?•$ 'special Saturday night programs will
be given during the month of March
The first one probably will be given
'.Saturday night, March 11. Arrange
ments for it now are being completed.
The committee tonight will give one
.'.of Its regularly scheduled informal
-Stances. There remain only two more
^dances on the regular Masonic social
*»'v.calendar,
but the committee has sanc
.-».itioned a special St. Patrick's dance
"for the Kem Teniae Patrol. The last dent, Jalmer
of the regulardances will be given'
Thursday night, March 23.
American
Dammered
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Now Installed
The new altar -which has Just been
installed at St.'Mary's Catholic church
was used 'for the first time at the
Ash-Wednesday evening service, last
night. Mass was celebrated on the new
altar for the first time this morning.
Experts, representing the DePrato
Statuary company of Chicago and
Italy, spent a month here placing the
altar, which was a gift to .the church
from M. F. Murphy, a member of the
congregation. The altar has been giv-
en in memo'rv of his deceased wife
nlain and aim Die architecture the al-
by the DePrato firm.
Formal dedication of the hew altar
will not take place until the ea/y
summer, it is understood, when the
church also will be dedicated.
DR. I. RYPON
SPEAKS SUNDAY
Will Give Main Address at
Mass-Meeting For Jewish
Relief Drive.
3
Tracy R. Bangs, who will serve as
city chairman for the drive here, will
preside, and musical numbers will be
furnished by a quartet which is being
arranged by Theodore B. Elton.
Mayor Henry O'Keefe, Jr.. and J.
F. T. O'Connor are members of the
committee arranging for the mass
meeting.
Encouraging reports from the vari'
It is planned to open the campaign
here and elsewhere through the dis
trict on Monday morning.
The general public has been invited
to attend the mass meeting on Sunday
afternoon.
Public Speaking
Club To Be Formed
Tonight At Y. M. C. K.
A
... number of aspiring orators will
tional. meeting, presented the plan of gather this evening at 5 o'clock at
the committee before the convention.
tMe Y.
Under the new plan:. which is a gp^i^ng club, at which they can ex
practical one, the exhibits
w'
handled through the offices of the gar(j
Tentative plans for the annual
county play-day this year are already
being made at the office of the county
superintendent. Miss Beatrice John
stone.
As outlined iu the new course
study, now in use, the feature
Uon. In Grand Forl« county the plan
O, thP
m„n,v
of the county presenting one or more
exercises such as a folk dance or
May pode dance.
This plan will make the play-day
program for this year quite unusual
and different from those that have
been given during the last few years.
The play-day event will probably be
held as usual during the latter part
of May.
tiona'
M. C. A., to organize a public
^e ercise their powers with utter disre-
0f
consequences to their collea-
gues. Several clubs of this nature
been organized
this winter at
the A with the members
timited to 2». and the results have
been very satisfactory. A sufficient
number of new members have been
rounded up to form a new club.
PLAY-DAY PLANS
ARE CONSIDERED
play-days throughout the state will be Farm Bureau directors The men to
INSPECTS FILTER PLANT
Crook moil Engineer Here Today to
Look Over Waterworks System.
John McLean, city engineer of
Orookston. is in Orand Forks today
for the purpose of inspecting the lo
cal waterworks plant and filter. He
also inspected the East Grand Forks
plant.
The Crookston city council contem
plates a. number 'of changes and im
provements in its waterworks plant,
and sent. Mr. McLean here to inspect
the plants here.
LUTHERANS ORGANIZE
Students of That Faith at University
Form Association.
With the avowed purpose of devel
oping a stronger Luthfran conscious
ness among students of that faith at
the University of North Dakota, a
movement has been started to organ
ize these students into an association.
The first draft of the organization was
drawn up at a meeting of the com
mittee on Wednesday afternoon.
These temporary officers were nam
ed to take charge of appointing a
social and program committee: Presi-
t, to, ONE PIECE LEAKLESS
arefn^iviaually'cast and tested from special mixture of close
gray iron, accurately tested, assuring uniform metal
every ring. Made oversize so as to give real compression.
T,J(ade in all sizes to fit all motors.^"/
Specify American Hammered Piston Rings when you
rings instsflfcd in your motor. rn
,We~)fcre eq%cd ta^
Phon*«ir
the exemplification of physical educa- be named will work in co-operation :11
Muus vice president,
Geo. Fraser secretary, Esther Satern
and treasurer. Myrtle Hatxgom.
1
1
,BUT
Department Out Twice
Within Last 24 Hours
For Small Blazes.
Clothes hung too close to a stove
v.— P'Pe
on tfle
J*.enc®
ne*r
flre &nd
age, according to the Are chief.
ganization attended the ceremonies in
a body.
The remains were laid to rest in
the Memorial Park cemetery.
VIOLATORS OF
LIQUOR LAWS
BEGIN SENTENCE
Mike Kearns and John Williams,
who pleaded guilty to a charge of vio-
ous counties in this district are com- lating the liquor laws, have been
ing in to Max Rabinovich. district' brought to the Grand Forks county
rVlIIOITC AT CtlDC chairman, and indications are that the jail to begin, serving sentences. Kearnsjin
drive will meet with a warm support, received a sentence of six months and
a $200 fine, while Williams got three
months and a $200 fine.
The two men were arrested at La
kota, having been carrying on their
operations in Nelson county, and they
were taken to Fargo, where they en
tered pleas of guilty before Judge A.
T. Cole.
Sentence was imposed by -rv-i
Judge Cole. They were brought here
by Nelson county authorities after
being,sentenced at Fargo.
INSURANCE AGENT
VISITS TERRITORY
A. T. Hepmer of Fargo, president
of the North Dakota. Life Underwrit
ers' association and general agent for
the Travelers' Insurance company, is
in Grand Forks on business connected
with his agency.
Frank Dennis of Fargo will be
transferred here and will assist James
C. Mullen: special representative, in
the handling of the company's busi
ness in this territory, it is announced.
TO NAME LABOR AGENTS
Farm Bureau Directors Suggest
Employment Units.
Labor agents will be named for the
—o iiikuicvi *.v« tuc
With the
to be worked out calls for each school I agent. who wrlll be stationed in cVand ?Uns
nr»„,,n, Forks. Such men as bankera or to-
various towns of Grand Forks county "sua-1Qat
plement dealers are best Qualified to'
AD CLUB 'MEETING
UNIVERSITY NOTES
A postponed meeting of the board
of student publications control of the
university will be held Friday after
noon at 4 o'ciock in the school Uhrary
building.
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TWf it cvt^it i* wJTf """"Tft*"&*** :OT. :*.-p*
on
second floor of the resi-
Harstad, 120* Interna'
and son shortly .after 10 o'clock this morning. I will tonvene. Mr. Bridgeman will clatipn at the regular meeting held at
Made of white Carrara marble, of I
the
tar is one of the finest in anv church summoned, to extinguish the blaze.! Members.". Mr. Gelst has been asked the Annual state convention of the
"of the northw^. It took more tSan a Some clothing was burned, but other- I to speak on "The Association's Code Ret^l Merchants' organization whUA
year, after the altar was ordered, for *he damage was not severe, ac-j ot Ethics and^itsJ'urpMes^' I will be held in Grand Forks in June,
its designing and building, in Italy,
Joseph Hulteng
Buried Today
The funeral services of Joseph G.
Hulteng. who died at the home of his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hulteng,
722 Belmont avenue, last Saturday,
were held this afternoon from the
home at 1:30 o'clock and from the
Zion Lutheran church at 2 o'clock.
A .large number attended.
The funeral services were in charge
of Rev. David Stoeve. pastor of the
Zion Lutheran church, while Rev. I.
D. Tlvisaker of Fargo, president of
district of the
Dr. I. Rypon of St. Paul will be.
the speaker .at the mass meeting to ithe North Dakota
be held on Sunday afternoon, March Norwegian Lutheran church, gave the
5, in the new Grand theatre as a funeral sermon.
preliminary for the Jewish relief The deceased was a member of
drive which will open on Monday. Grand Forks post No. 6 of the Ameri
March 6. Dr. Rypon is active in the can Legion and members of that or
campaign for the Jewish relief in
Minnesota and has some first hand
information on the need among the
suffering Jews.
to serve as a connecting link between 1 eastbound. will jor
farm labor and the farmers, accord-:',®*!?
of ing to a plan adopted at a meeting) .1L if
lnstead
GRAND FORKS HERALD, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 192$.
Program for
Dairy Meeting
R. F. Bridgeman, of the Bridge
man-Russell Creamery company,, and,
Harry K. Gelst, president of the'
Gelst company wholesale confection
ers and bakers, will go to Minot to
attend- the annual meeting of' the
North Dakota Dairymen's association
to be:held in that city March- 7, 8 and
9.
.Both Mr. Bridgeman and Mr. Gelst
have places, on the program lor Tues-
day. the first day .of the conventlbn,
avenue, caused a blaze there 1 when the ice cream manufacturers ot directors of the Merchants" asso-
P«P« «"Wht "gM*ton '.'How the AMoclation Can noo# today.
the city fire department was Function so as to b» of, Service to its Mr. Donnelly outlined plans for
T~"
street, where
cording to fire chief. J,' J. Fitzgerald. Joseph A.. Kitchen, commissioner of He wilt remain here through Friday,
The fire department also was called agriculture and labor, prof. O. A. completing arrangements for the
out on Wednesday night about 8 Barton, of the Agricultural college, three days' session.
o'clock to! the home of Prof Edgar A I Sam Crabbe, Fargo, and Joel M. J. Members of the Merchants associ
Menk. 609 South Fourth
Winkler of the
U.
a chimney fire caused a good deal of Washington, are scheduled as speak- the meeting a, successful one.
smoke, some fire, but not much dam- the program for the-three
Major E. S. Person of Minot will
preside at the banquet which will* be
giyen on the second evening of the
convention. The Town Criers will put
on an entertainment in~ the'city^audi
torium for the visitors.
IMMIGRATION
AGENT HERE
Making Arrangements For
Soo Line Booster Con
vention at Minot.
Frank T. Collin.\ representing the
A "booster" convention has been
«alled by the Soo line for March 9
and 10r at Minot, according'to Mr.
Collins. This will be one phase of a
comprehensive program that is be
ing put on by the Soo to boost North
Dakota, and to get 50,000 citizens
within the state boosting for North
Dakota. Mr. Collins is now making
IakoUu
NEW SCHEDULES
TO AFFECT TRAIN
SERVICE HERE
win ,eave for the
between
aJe
d-erstood-
carry on the work, in the opinion of it,n??1 however, between Grand Forks __
the directors and Lanmore. Nos._19 and 198 nor.
The federal and state emplovment between Breckenridge and.
officer to be stationed here, will es
tablish an agency April 1. It is ex
pected that by that time the men
for the local units throughout the
county will be named.
Members Will Meet Tonight to Con-| A hearing on the petition,for, E-er
tinne Course in Advertising
TShe Ad club of Greater Grand
Eut"Cin
out
Final rehearsal of the University
Philharmonic society before the con
cert, to be given by the organization
Sunday •yas held Wednesday evening
in the Orand Forks public library.
A watch which took twenty men
years to make, and which is priced
at more than five thousand dollars,
has recently been completed in Lon
don.
Tou may not me the
dirt in dark garments
but it is there. Your
health says, "keep 'em
clean."
FUlh*
ftt
We Will D* That
V««
?MP
ni'j nj iwi"'
m,
5:A? ocI®5l5
earlJtr'
and
d?
om. Lalte)
of Wednesday of the Grand Forks county' ?mvmS 5er® a^ 9:40 in the evening unsealed Mias Pickford said sfa« had! for eastern manufacturers who-sell
ot the present time of 10:17.
At thr Grand.
4
Secretary of State Retail
Merchants Organization
Here Today.
W A. Donnelly, secretary of the
Retail Merchants' association of Nbfth
vDakota,
S Dairy division. ?«on wi'r co-ope«te toward making
MONTGOMERY
ISSECRETARY
Local Man Lands Office In!
North Dakota Fair
Association.
E. R. Montgomery, secretary of the
Grand Forks fair association, today
was elected secretary of the North
Dakota Fair Secretaries' association.
according to word received from Far
go this afternoon.
A- F-
immigration department of the Soo elected president, and D. J. Rapp, of
railway, is in Grand Forks today en
route to other points in the state in
the interests of his department.
C°°'
verition, it is stated.
As a- further means of enlivening
interest in the immigration, accord
ing to Mr. Collins, the Soo line rail-
A 8peclal rate on immigrani
movements of freight has been offer
ed from these points. Mr. Collins
states, the rate on carload lots being
placed at 14 4 cents per hundred, or
about $35 per ton.
Changes in passenger train sched-jsaid Mary, "but I never have settled
ules on the Great Northern road, will a claim when I was in the right, and
^t^ran^.ForkS
sli?hUy'
Vs
an~
nounced. The new changes become I would fight her ten times more
No. 9 will after Sunday, leave at
9:20 o'clock in the morning, and will
go only as far as Devils Lake. No.
29 will leave Grand Forks at the usual
time, and will make local stops west
of Devils Lake, instead of No. 9. There
will be no change in the time of No.
10, eastbound, which will arrive from
an a2
south at 1«:05. her favor. S
government employment! No- 202 and^201. now oper-j "Anyway.' sh» aiirfed. "I knew all DULUTH BOWLERS TO
Grand Forks and Devils ibom cte c-irr room. I could point
«»•, discont-nued. it is un- out every chair that squeaked and
Similar service will be con- tfeoee that difc't."
Larimore, over the Mayville line will
continue down to Grand Forks from
Larimore. arriving here at 11:35 in
the morning, departing at 2:13 p. m.
In view of the change in the arrival
of No. 30 from the west, the DuSath'.
train No. 36 which now leaves at
to follow these new ecr.e»f-
wm
b*
Forts wili hoid an imporunt m^S^ 1 common at Lakbta on March
tonicrhf at which time the members 1
tonig'n
will continue work in their advertis
ing course. Aii members of the Com
mercial club and others interested in
advertising are invited to attend the
meeting. The session will be preceded
by a dinner at 6:15 o'clock.
I
the
PLUS PRACTICE
rajiro^-.
AT THE THEATERS
A very pretty romaaoe in
young fisherfoJk and two of tte \rnn4x. r/ 7 52ft "pounds'^ of which an-
terday at the Grand and whWj *jj
be shown today, Richard asrJsti
roe«i doe* wesj In the snnA. The i»:i
in rounded onot niceSy by the J5erioe4."
comedy, "By Heck.'
Friday and Saturday ^vemings the! By s?»e«ial re^iue-ts of snsRy from Ku-rlton, Minn., Milwau
vyraky quint will meet th*r f*tate of ch* Sirstd/t, f^rgsTijr and Gary, Ind.
Aggies on the basketball floor at the ing "The Kb«S£.~ TSsS* vvxnr*: in tier
university. Much interest ia being abome the a*eraj|pe ffemjir "^nd this morning giving fig.
manifested in these games, since each!and jso doatA IbiMK *ws did jse»r reiatjng to the_ testimony of H,
team holds one victory to date. It. when it wa* tHovwn a: the !dry, vice president of the Flour
r*/zn* titom a&o WSli tek-e atdvass'aa:* vf -^7 Ornamental Iron company, Min-
The Student, student weekly pabli- the opportunity to it xmo? 'ium weapoli*. yesterday.
?ftion, is now being published by the this we*k,
Record Publishing company of East I 1 frzJAry eUilrtm4 that he was forced to
lUHGM
formerly put
I Mftt
Bo*t«s3, MEar«f» J.-—Tfe*
freight *4taumf w##
ed Mnkfng
of Cape in n»AU r*~
ceived todty. K*r %tee tys*}* hzA Wtj
smaxhed, tiut numum** re.
ported. T&e Km.wa*i
proceeding to ft** smtintouw*- Tn*,
Crontoft »m ff&sn K*rw (triwm
for Esl*ierg.
MENNONlTESOIf
WAT TO MEXICO
Minneapolis, Mar.'
12$ Mennonftes, the vanguard ot
1,500 of the sect who *re migratinit
from Canada. tq, Mexlcd, /pasaed thfu
ipecUltrain
Minneapolis tpd&y.. The
''of. 23. can* carried cattle, household
goods add tmpl«mentir td 1m tiiad in'
building homMfi In the nay country.
Tariff Reciprocity
Amendment Not
i®:' FvrM-ed By CfOgrtM
several
look W
Jb
,yr*
sMsm
"t*
I
1
was the guest of the board
Belcher, of Fessenden. was
Devils Lake was chosen vice presi
dent.
The grain belt circuit of county
fairs elected the following: President.
•F. H. Wilson. Bottineau secretary,
D. K. Brightbill.
Mary Pickford Does
Not Have To Pay Mrs.
Wilkenning Commission
New York. Mar. 2.—Mary Pickford
does not have to pay Mrs. Cora C.
Wilkenning any part of the $108,000
Which Mrs. Wilkenning said was due
her as commission for getting the
way has offered a special round trip.fiim star a raise to $10,000 a week,
ticket, at a cost of one fare plus $2.00, This was the verdict of the federal
from a'ny point in the central states,
including the Twin Cities, to North
jury, returned last night and unsealed
today before Federal Judge ^lack
Cost^Mary S300.000.
In her hotel suite where she had
been informed of her victory, the
screen star said she had spent $300.
000 in fighting Mrs. Wilkenning's ef
fort to obtain $105,000 of her money. I
The trial here this week was the third I
in the case and it appeared probable
that Miss Pickford would have to
make further disbursements before
she heard the last of Mrs. Wilkenning.
as an appeal to the circuit court is!
considered likely. I
"I feel sorry for Mrs. Wilkenning.'
mo^fi™Td-
9
I.1 TtT I ures which he said, showed that, an­
effective at 12:01 Sunday morning. because I know I am Just a target." ^^e^TpUtsbur^^Ta^ mtes
SP€ailnS
a
andi^
"Well, wlUt are yon mad about?" Pro£»s, the Minneapolis fence mwiu
brotei. -.r
r«r-
"Nothing." replied Mary, "but it is' 'j.
all so silly. I haven's had an agent tut
since I was year- old. Whev. Wis., 20^ cents at Des Moines, 17%
W3Ct SL r&ls# ZO fti yopTf C6Ilt5 OltlShl cLIld 1m C6l)tS 3t
and when I want a new job I look! luth-
one
"le In explanation of her absence from the "fabrication in transit" privilege
the court rocm witen the verdict was which might not as a still advantage
BOOSTS COST OF I
GRADERS, CHARGE
I#:25 will undeVtbis new"i5CheduV ^'road graders on account of: has been no change in the leader
part at 10 o'clock P*.~.=fbnrgh plus practice ir. the since Sunday.
Keel mdust'T was 4.6 per cent. E. .1.1
the federal coram iasion's hearing here
These figures were based on seven
types of graders, the witness said.
Ar. a7er^Lge of 75 p^r cent of steel is
kpaA :r the manufacture of graders,
he u=nifi«d. and ih«* weight of the
vaiou* machines ranged from 730
lions that it -tvoaid b= in their product in the west, he said.
U"LUI"
TRY
rrcr-taae in th^ total manufacturing[ teams are rated high locally. There
Eiiertaon. aasistanr. secretary- of th«: Every week in London it is estimat
Rjiaaeii Grader Manufacturing com-1 ed that articles to the value of $1,000,
pajiy. Minneapolis testified today at 000 are pawned.
sri
M'/r.' of the »!t/-el used by this cou
pa.'jy *!/, purchased from th« Illinois
/M«! corporation of Chicago, a sub-
%¥ivtjr-i of the Cnited States Steel{cor-
At'the fHrmtd. KJ5ert^on Kit id. hut shipments were
v- v*'h''e.
fraffic expert, also was
hi* testimony yesterday, Mr.
hi*
AM SHIP iose
by the Page Pnnterle of Grand Fork*, "VliWEymH gl«If j^ared advantage of eabtern competi
StNKING
fence plant owing to the al-
through the Pittsburgh plus sys-
tMin. ifr. White compiled certain figf-
1 to 5 P. M.
RESERVED SEATS $1.10
?7rc%n^,*t
This did not take into consideration
1 4'
EVENING EDITION. fMfr'l
IN OUR HARDWARE DEPARTMENT I
WE PLACE ON
SALE
FIVE HUNDRED
GLASS MIXING
BOWLS
IN SETS of FIVE
AT
98c
PER SET
These bowls are-made of fine clear glass, very,
heavy weight and smoothly finished. These are in.
5, 6, 7, S and 9 inch sizes—the very best sizes for
kitchen use.
Out ot town customers should send their order
by return mail to avoid disappointment.
Add postage shipping weight 13 lbs.
On display in one of our DeMers Ave. windows:'
WE ADVISE BEING ON HAND AT THE
.OPENING HOUR.
/-leveland manufacturer
enJowrte TerceiAage of
&££!
cc"I~?..at 1^1,^auke.e'
fr.
TO DISLODGE
VISITORS IN LEAD
Duluth. March 2.—Three crack
.Daluth teams will take the drives to
night in the five man event iti an ef
fort to dislodge the visiting, teams
leading in the annual northern bowl-
apo-is. March 2.—The average ing association tourney here. These
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Fargo, N. D., March 2.
head of cattle 'Were burned at a loss of
$20,000 last night when a fire broke
out on the farm ot Art Warner, near I
Mapleton. ,.
Appeal to the
Women Of
Grand Forks
CALL IN TODAY
Barker System Bakery
Sam Papcrmaster, Mgr.'
404
DeMers
AUCTION SALE
Buy Merchandise at |Your Own Price
MAIL ORDERS
For ont of tow-n orders we have a special auction mail order price list.
Send in your order and you will buy merchandise'below cost.
N. D. Arrity S Navy Supply Co
129 S, Third St. Door to O. Young. Grand Forks, X. Dak.
Better, hurry, sellinsr fast
PUHOCD.
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Phone
1976
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RUSH SEATS S5c
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