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fit Lake, June 12.—The annual
ition of tlie North Dakota As
"tfn of Veaf opens at the School
ile
Deaf, this city, Tuesday- to
iree days. Deaf persons from
tjctiona of North Dakota, are ex
d, and visitors-from other states
Canada have stjmified their in
Sn of being present.
principal 'business of Tuesday's
In, which opens at 10 a. m., will
go address by the president of the
lation, Oilman Nordhougen, t!o
John le Lance of Duluth,1
will respond. The members of
Association •will-be welcomed to
city by Allan V. Halg, president
|e city commission, and to the\lo-.
lichoorby Burton W. Drlggs, the
rintfendent. Thomas Sheridan of
school here/will open the convene
with an invocation, and the clos
Pprayer of the first day's
The election of officers will take
pe Thursday morning. In the aft
aoon the visitors will be taken to
jtkewbod. where they will picnic on
8: shores of Devils Lake. This will
Jove one of the real- features of 'the.
Snvention, which in reality is a re
tiion of graduates^ and former stu
ISnts ofr the school.
f-The local committee in charge of
frangements is composed of L. A.
'tmg, ThdftHui Sheridan and Henry
Morris. The program committee
Wendell Haley, Miss Edna Hait
ian and Miss Inga Anderson, all, of
"evils Tjike.
Jiassed examinations, ^physical and
mental, for admission to Gallaudot
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and
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EDITION,
IF TUESDAY
IWV/'"
rs of Association
all Pars of State to
ther at Devils Lakg,
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session
E'be given by Prof. L. a: Long of
p. city, a teacher in the school, who
J] give the prayer in the sign lan
|je. In the evening a reception
-bo given the viaitors'by Superin*
lent and Mrs. Drigga.
jjedfieoday morning, starting' at*
will be devoted to the business
Bting, and in the afternoon the
|tors will attend 'a motion. picture
tinee at the Grand theater. In the
pning a reception will bo given by
.. and Mrs. Sheridan.
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tory which will coat $169,990 and
which will 4m started next tell. The
incretlit in ibt tiurftllneirii at the
school nec^aaitatM more accomihoda
tlona, and' it/la •reliction that with
the completion of tho new dormitory,
the^ school will compare favorably
with any similar inatitattw is the
country. ,. .,
WILLIAMS CO.
DEvaonrarr
WORK PUSHED
Minot, ^T. D., Jane 12.—The de
velopment unita of Williams county
are getting under way with their
work in Ine shape aod\the earneat-
ness with which they are carrying on
Hhelr campaign tor new aettters gives
prrtnlM of. excellent return®, ac
cording to Jas. $. MilUqr, secretary,
of the Northwestern North Dakota:
Development association, who spoke
at a meeting in Ray on the "100,000
More" movement.
The meeting was very well. at
tended despite inclement weather
and the enthusiasm waa remarkable.
The meeting was called to keep up
Journalism Coarse At
_Tho officers of the .association are:
President, Oilnuin Nordhougan, Far- j.nalism class inaugurated at the State
|o vice presidents, Oscar Tweto, I Agricultural college here early this
Ibercrombie iind Mrs. Orra Kenyon 1 spring has proved so successful that
Lnderson. .Bismarck: secretary. Ar- I it will be repeated for short term stu
^hur K. Anderson. Bottineau trcas- I dents this su^nmer. R. O. Nafzigerm,
Brer, Miss Olga M. Anderson,
Devils
ike. I Of the- University at Wisconsin, who
About. 400 pupils have been en- organized the original claas will also
oiled at the state School for the'Deaf have charge of the summer^work.
(here sincn its establishment in 1890. The., short term' students, many of
IThere havn been 16 graduating whom are teachers and extension
(classes, with a\total of 70 graduates, workers will Jhus gain an lnslgnt into
'Twenty-one of the graduates liave
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college. Washington, D. C. the otily help them whether they wish to oaph
institution of higher learning iifi tlie their pupils journalistic writing next
••country for the deaf. Three of the winter or if Only to show thom. ho%
class of 1922 took these exatrilh&tidns, to deal with papers In ^securing pub-,
last month. They are Kolf K. Harm-, llcity for .the lines of WOrk in *hiCh
aen of tiazen, the' star athlete at the they are interested.
state track and field meet at Grand /The work includes the writing of
Forks lqgt^month Nick A. Braunagel actual news stories for the pre% of
of Harvey ihd Emilia Stum of Sweet the state. The. class just closing has
Briar. S .turned out. many news stories which
Of csi^eClkf interest to the members were printed not only iiwFargo news
of the ^OCTh Dakota Association of papera, but were pubtisjjfc
Deaf this Sear are thr extensive im throughout the state.
provemenis planned at. the school
hero by the Hoard of Adnun'.stiation.', The Order of .Railway Telegraph
The most impnrlant of these 'mproVn- ers has applied for charter to estab
"ments is the erection of a boys' dormi- a national Kink in ft. T.otiis.
$
Farming, like evwy Sther bvaiaem nnxst cot
down the overhead.' ', 5.
It is not' a1 question of boing able to afiMd a
Fordson it is^a question of being able to con
tinue farming on the old too-costly basis.
The fanner's problem is not all a sales
is also a production problem. He must cut
down the cost of production.
The Fordson does' more
in less time than thai Old
Let us eivo you the proof.
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local enthusiasm and U( help boost tiea which they will be forced to sell
the hig immigration picnics to be t« bankers at(a large d!sco«itr
held* in Williams county this week,
with Dr. J. H. Worst, eotnmlaaloner
of immigration the prindpaj speaker.
One of these picnics will be held
Thursday. June 15, at Olson's grove
north of Ray, and the second Friday,
June 16, at Bonetrail. Several thou
sand people will hear BK Won*, at
these picnics, Mr. Milloy waa advised.
The units of Williams county are
going together and getting out 30,000
booklets to too used for immigration
work. The cost\f theae booklets V»?!i
will approximate $1,M0 a ad wiU be'the "development of the i.oal fieli
divided up
between the various uaits
Wi^mlhaeWhitnetrof
of the Ray .Boosters* club and pre- mav h* mwniimi at hnme
diets a sustained campaign for that
have, taken keen interest in
this campaign, and we are going to
keep at it until we get more farmers
around, our town," Mr. .White in
formed the Minot man.
Attorney. P. P. Campbell of Ray
presided. A feature of the program
was the singing of a parody, written
by Dr. W. B. ScOtt and aung by the
entire gathering, ip which Minot wan
praised for starting the "100,000
More" movement.
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Fargo, N, D., June 12.—The jour-
a graduate.of the school of journalism
what the newspapers want and the
manner in which they vrant It. written.
Mr. Nafsigerm believes that this will
THE UNIVERSAL TRACTOR
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Productioii
at a
Moore Automobile Co«
GR^ND FORKS, N. D.
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Subnets Questkmsto Non
partisan League Candi
'p£ date For Senate.
JsmwalWwn, N. D., June 12,—^rm
by McHarg of this felty into is a^can
Aidate far the Repablican nomination
for United States senator has chal
lenged Lynn'J. .FMaier,. also a candi
date to one or
m»rm
Joint debates.
He haa-written -Mr. Frazier to thl»
effect and has submitted a list of
queations which he siiggests might
form the.' basis for the proposed de
bates.
Theae queation^ are as follows:
First-—Will1-,you if erected to the
Pa^Snd~wril
fn^tST nlin
^or coal may be expended at home
TleitiDg And Breeding
u:
Associate Aid To
I Dtiryinf, Flint Sa^
Bismiartdc. N. D., June 12.—Dairy
development., work which- is being
pushed Jn North Datfota by the' ex
tension division of the North Dakota
Agricultural college, by R. F. Flint,
dairy commissioner of the state de
partment of agriculture and labor
and county agents.*-has been greatly
stimnlated 'by a project, to assist, the
dairy farmers in organising com
munity tyreeding and testing associa
tions that has been initiated bv Mr.
Flint, he believes. Field work on
the project, which started May 1, is
done in co-operation with county
agents where possible or with farm
organisations. W. F. Reynolds, a
practical dairyman and member of
the Flasher Breeding association, has
been employed and aasigned to this
work. Several new cow-testing and
breading associations have been
formed and report succors and with
others planning organisations, a great
year for dairying in the state is pre
dicted.
Intercut in dairying is especially
keen throughout the slope country
west of the Missouri river where the
sucoaaa- of the Holstain Breeding as
S^ciation has demonstrated the cir
cuit value, and it .is predicted that
the' annual tour of the New Salem
.circuit'which starts June 22 .will be
the most successful in its history.
Among the new associations formed
are the Klder County Holateln
Friesen Breeding-Testing aaaociation
and the Ward Countj' ^Ouernaey
e'd'1 in"papers BreodinK and Testing association.
Jap Professors Ask
Advice On Text Books
Bismarck, N. D., June 12.-—The
North Dakota department of educa
|tion hxs received from .two. Japanese
professors, Kokuto and SujhiKe, re
quests that the department forward
to them the names of text books con
sidered good for the study of KngLish.
A list will' be compiled and sent to
the two gentlemen who declare they
are .interested ta enlarging the Japa
neae knowledge of the language.
Trail Sector Association
Is Formed At Donn Center
Dunn Center, N. D., June 12.—The
Dunn Center. Bad Lands Trail
tlon,. formed at a meeting of over
2*0 ousiaeaa men and termera of
Dunn Center diatrict, will fOrnish a
trail through the hiatoric Bad landa
of N^rth Dakota for eastern tourlats.
Arrangements for grading and
marking were made and will start at
once, to be finished by July 1. AU
work will be done by members of the
ibeiation. ..
Kirk Will Head Public
Schools At Jamestown
Caaaelton. N. D.. June 13.—H. H.
.Kirk, for the past three years head
of the Caaaelton public schools, has
been elected head of the Jameatown
schoOla and will take up hla duties
In the latter place at the beginning
of the school year.
Mr." Kirk la one of the younger men
it the state and prior to coming to
raitillim he waa superintendent of
schools at Cavalier in Pembina coun
ty. The new foattlon to which Ifr.
Kiflc la electad put* him at the helm
of one of the half Opaen largest achool
systems in North
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RAT, N. D.
Writes Under Date of
May 29th, 1922^
"I have uaed the OaMMtae
Ooi« One, I ordered fronf-Syou
same time ago and am IvgjU
pleaaed with raaulta, and pave
recommended
1
it to friends, I
enelOM 35 cents for another'
jar, which I wish you to send to
a friend, to the following ad
dreaa."
Ba^afl^d and pleaaed custom
ers constitute the very be^t ad
vertiaera. Real ezperianf«r ex
pressed In a warm, friendly
way, dealring to help btKefe as
they themaalvea hav«*i-' been
helped.
We want
wag«tsx«Ver^hirei
No trouble to sail an ^|ticle
that everybody will bc^t the
minute they know it'. to
ua for agency, but or
It may be taken before 3$U' get
to 1^,. Retails for $6cv
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GRAND FORKSHERALD. MONDAY, JUKE 1S 1922.
CHARY ROTES
mas iiaretta Neibauer who Reaches
*t--thfe Kaiinowskl school north of
town gave-a plCnit last Wednesday
evening lor her pv^pils at a grove near
the afehool.
eighth grade and high school com
mencement exorcises were held in* the
Ideal school Friday evening, June .2.
Prof, L. P. Dove of the university de
liverinr the commencement address.
Miss Zetterberg of Mclat^eh, Mian.,
waa the guest laat week of Kra.
Xiraeat K. Anderaon.
Mr. and Mrs.
s.
United State* aenkte urge upon that®steThn, Canada, to
body a aeries of laws having a jike! ™„?U,n!!T»r
impart to tboae which constitute.what:
lir know* in this state the Non-
^oTT1as
titled with your administration re
sponsible therefor?
Fourth—Will you if elected urge
Ray is president fhich are now sent out of the state
etoSSTVote I tri?
Th°mP"On
-JS^hSShC' wMs. Miss Kathryn Scott, after ^a
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f«w
tiona! debt approximately *4,00M«0,- *t her home in Heaton will go with
OOO and reqnire the proposed bene- her parents to Washington where
ficiarifea to accept government securi
Thirdy-Will you if elected lay berV
fore the' attorney general of ihe Unit'
ed States the facts setting *forth the
dissipation of the trust fund^ arising
out of the grants made by the federal
government to the state for the main
tenance of its public school system at Sacred Heart Church last week,
and the prosecution of all those iden-! Clergymen assisting the rector, Fa-
Ids of
[rni iiic
end that the vast sums of money
J. Dean left last
Monday evening for a fortnight's visit
with relatives In Montana.
Five of the public achool teachers
departed Saturday, June t. Mia»
Maibel Dunoan going to -Grand Forks
to spend a few daya before returning, Hrf-
went to her home at Rey-
weeks' visit at the university and
they plan to make their- home. Mrs.
Kate Ryall, another teacher, whose
home is In Crary, will attend sum
mer achool at the university for two
weeks this summer. Supt. and Mrs.
D. C. Schnabel left'last Tuesday for
Grand Forks where they will spend
the summer.
"Forty Hours Devation" was held
ther Ohm-Chill, were Father McDonald
of Michigan, 'Father Mnlloy of Cande
and Father McGee of Grand Forks.
The Crary chautauqua is scheduled
for the 3rd. 4th and 5th of July.
John Mullen and Miss Anne Mullen
v^^1,s?Lambr'of
B,a^'
MEN'S
and
BOYS'
CAPS
Tweed daps.. .$1.50 to $2.50
Plain colors.. .91.00 to *1.50
Fancy Mixtures... .91 to 92
Khaki Hats 75c
Straw Hats &0c to 95.00
ATHLETIC
UNDERWEAR
Qulmen Athletic Suits. .91
Genuine Poros Knit
91-00 to 91.50
Knit Union Suits 91 to 92.50
Boys' Union Suits 50c to 60c
FAST COLORS
hirts
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Fast Color Shirts, Garl A
wUpon make. Banded and
collar attachnrt. ^onie/tn
tan grey, itrliiea and pUin
white
.•.»8.00^,|l.»0X
MElfS
15c or 2 pair for 25c
Ei ei wear Brand, Black
Brown, Grey, White..... 95c
Cotton Utle 95c
Plain Silk ...... .50c to 79c
SUk Clock .. 91.00
Boya' stockings, play proof
all slxae 35c
Iron Clad stockings..... A0c
Palm Beach
Suits
Mian May Boyd returaed last Tues*
day from Cooperatown where «he has
teen a member of the public school
faculty for the past year.
to hoc home 'at Minnewaukan., 8h* gue^ of ilr.
jilans to leave about the fifteenth of anl Mrs. Dan
the month for Oregon where she will
reaide for a year. Miss Ethelyn Tor
geaon went to Leeds to vieit her sis
ter Mra. BdWin Marriott, after Which
Mr. anl Mra. Arthur Miller of Ar
lington, Nebraska who are visiting
relatives In this vicinity wtere guests
Sunday and Monday-of last, week of
Mr. Miller's fcrothetvand sisler-ln-law,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Clarence Miiier.
Miss Lethi Flynn has recently' re
turned home from Graoe City where
the taught school the past year'
Mrs. Charles Kavattangh of Michi
in Crary
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Minot Man Has New
Idea In PiioBograpfa
Minot, N. D., June 12.—S. J. Rogn
li,e of Lewistown, Morn., and a form
er business man of Minot. being en
gaged in the retail piano and musical
instrument business here until about
Ave years ago, is the inventor of a I
new tyfie of phonograph, on which h^
has .secured a patent, according to
word received by friends in the city.
CLARK'S CRUISES br Can. Pac.
STEAMERS
Cluk'«3rdCniM, Jakuarr 23,1*23-
ROUND THE WORLD
Saparfc S9 "EMPRESS el FRANCE"
MM81 Gran Taut, Special!?' Chntend
4 MONTHS CRUISE, $ieoo «4«p
'rtPlodiol Hatdi, Fee*, Drive*. G«tfe«, etc.
t^lark OrigigetedRoued ibe VorlifCniiiu
CKHi'e 18tfc CniM, FMnnr 3,1*23
MEDITERRANEAN
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at
"j.® home
of Will Michigan City.
The state highway in the vicinity
of Crary is being gravelled. Mr. Noel,
a contractor/ front Jamestown, having
charge of the work.
-L—-» SS "EMPRESS of SCOTLAND'
25W Grot* Ton, Speeielly Chartered
6S DAYS CRUISE, $600 and op
'•eJodiM Hotel*. Fee». Drive*. Goidee. etc.
1J d*r*B(TP,P*e*tiiM. Spain, ltfly, Greece,etc.
Barope Moponra Allowed on both eruffcei.
Pr4ttk C. Clark, Time* BtttMing, NewYork.
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Harold left teat. WodtieMflay on a RO'
tor trip to Qrtnnell, Iowa, where they
wilt viaR Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Nel
son. They will be accdoapanied home
by Mtas Mary Shand Wtto attended
Orinnell college the past half yeai*.
The machlab is known aa Duo-ton»
X«eor«t« t* Mr. l«caue, tKb om0»
featwes af the #honognMh ara the
MjaMaibte Mbnnfling hoai^. whteh
ducea better tone aid aim
eat entire*
Walk Across the River and Save Dollars $
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l)tnes reasonable first cost with extraor
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lan
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^They not only cost less than most clothes to
begin with but they give*extra service that is
even more important.
The new models for summer are exceptionally smart. They
fit right and will look right to the last day you wear them because
they are tailored to give "Collegian Clothing Service."
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Introductory Bargain Offer
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