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&o Arrests.—Saturday and Sunday
.passed without any. arrests being made
toy the police department.
HetaboMt tt Co., di painting, inter
ior decorating a specialty, for the beat
people in town. Wb: give satisfaction.
Juat.try us. 91 Chestnut street. Tel.
7«9L Tri-State.—Adv.
Minto VIsltM*—jr. LL A. Rose of
Minto motored to Grand Forks Sun
day, and will tttitid the Comua club
dance to be held this evening.
User hall Flayers Attention We
want all ball players to look over our
line of mitts, gloves, masks, bats, etc.
See our baseball and running shoes at
ll.il. Lyons A Co.—Adv.
When You Are Ready to Move there
are plenty of houses ready for your
selection. See the For Rent classi
fication on the Want Ad page.—Adv.
Baby Girl Arrives—Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Weir of 817. Cheyenne avenue
became the parents of a baby girl
Sunday afternoon.
Hie Royal Neighbors and the Mod
ern Woodmen will give an old time
.dancing party at their hall in the
.Odd Fellows block Thursday evening,
April IB.—Adv.
Knights Templar—A stated con
clave of St. Aldemar's Commandery K.
-T, will be held at the new Masonic
temple at 8 o'clock tonight. Work
In the order of the R. C.
Why Suffrr Prem Celda,
Sore .Throat, Stiff Neck,
Rheumatism or any ache
or pain, when the simple
and effective grand
mother's remedy. U««i.
olea« will give quick
-Geos-olene No. 8 is espe
cially prepared. Write
for free sample. Tou
will know Ooos-olene by
the sign of the goose.
Osea-olane Company,
liierlM, Wis.
JnTiibo 25^30*
"fi^No-Vary Grocers"
203 North 3rd St. Phone 167
2 lib. Cans Salmon Me
Cape Cod Cranberries S quarts...86c
Canned Peas regular 16c special lOe
Smoked Salmon per lb .SOe
Roman Beauty Apples per peck. .800
Sliced Peaches li* glass jars regu
lar 30c. Special SOe
Rutterlne per lb .* 16c
White Onion Sets .per quart ISO
Red Onion Sets 2 quarts tse
Yellow Onion Sets 2 quarts ... .3So
A Complete Sine of •egetable and
riower Seeds.
Hardy's Bread Pastries
Are the' talk of the town. Try.
them once. You'll eat them always.
Sellers Ave.
To Your
Yet a man hardly ever strikes a
happy vein in the vicinity of his fun*
ny bone.
Warning—Don't be too neutral.'
Pennsylvania mines one-tenth of the
world's coal.
As tweet as a iftsn and otera atlir.
vf ?H
Cohens In Town—-Mr. and Mrs. M.
Cohen, formerly ef this city, now of
Sioux City, Iowa, are vMltlng friends
in Grand Forks. Mr: Cohen formerly
conducted the Cohen fur'store.
Shoe Repairing by Parcel Poet—
Don't thrpw your shoes away. Mail
to us. We return them good as new
prepaid. The Shoe Hospital, J. Sol
land, basement 814 DeMers.-—Adv.
Sister Is 111—Mlas Agnes O'Donnell,
principal of the Wlnship school, has
been called to Warren, Minn., by the
Illness of .her sister. Her place is be
ing taken by Miss Elisabeth Paupst of
Emerado during her absence.
Snap in .' Vlctrota—Victrola Phono
graph cost (16 good condition, with
10 records, 75 cents each all good
cash, $10. Speak oulek. Phone (SI,-J
Northwestern. Call.851 Belmont aft
er 1 p. m.
Bangs to Attend Meeting—Attorney
Q. A-. Bangs of this city will leave next
Saturday night for Indianapolis, Ind.,
to attend a meeting of the national'
board of control of the Knights of
Pythias, of which he is a member.
Odds and Ends which you find
about your' house or garden should
not be discarded for they would be
of value to many who are constantly
looking for such things in the classi
fied columns of the Want Ad page.
Make money of your odds and ends
through Herald Want Ads.—Adv.
Ducheno Waives—P. Duchene waiv
ed examination on a charge-of non
support before City Justice R. J. Pur
cell this morning. He -was held to the
district court and is expected to enter
a plea of guilty late this afternoon
before'Judge C. M. Cooley.
Plant Trees—It will pay you to buy
from your Home Nunsery as they are
climated and shipments will reach you
in one or two days. Send for
catalogue and note special reduction
list on forest trees and Caraganas
(Siberian Pea Tree.) Address Bast
Grand Forks Nursery, Oscar Wick,
Prop. East Grand Forks, Minn.—Adv.
Order Your Ice from the Independ
ent Ice Co. Both phones 47-1. "Quick
Start Your Clean -Up and Paint Up
Campaign Right—We will show you
the most up-to-the-minute stock of
wall paper In the., state. "Homes
Beautiful" make the "City Beauti
ful." Roat's faint store.—Adv.
Free Homesteads and settlers' rates
in Canada. W. E. .Black, Canadian
Government Agent, Grand Forks, X.
402 DeMers. Both vhones 848.
Kirk's Flake
(Look at Our Display)
We will give free to any person
guessing the correct number of bars
of soap in this window.
The person guessing the second near
est to the correct number of bars
All numbers must be registered at
our store by Thursday noon.
Directors in Session—Directors of
the Grand Porks Commercial club
held their regular meeting this noon..
Howttt IWwis
Order Your, lee from the Independ
ent lee Co. Both phones 47-L. Quick
Eleven Powder—Mr. and Mrs. H.
A. Hunter. 807 Cottonwood street, are
the parents of a baby-boy of eleven
pound*, Who arrived Sunday evening.
Settlers' Rates in Canada—Apply to
W. E. Blaek, Canadian Government
Agent, Grand Forks, X. D.—Adv.
Chimney Fire—a chimney fire was
extinguished by the department at
8:30 o'clock this morning in the frame
building at 205 North Third street.
There was no damage.
Orbak hi Charge—The Christianla
hotel, International avenue and Sev
enth street, which has been under the
charge of. D. Wlrth, will hereafter be
run by S. L. Orbak, owner of the prop
.. Arthur Bolt Very III—Arthur Holt,
formerly a student at the university,
now of Blabon, Steele county, has been
seriously ill at his home for several
days. Miss Blondie Holt, a well
known former university student, is
his sister.
Nordluitd's |18 made to measure
suits are surely winners, or our two
piece suits at $16.B0. Cfcll And see
our samples.—Adv.
Piano Tuning and repairing prompt
ly and satisfactorily done. Phone 110.
.either line, or call at O. Young's, 1S1
South Third street and ask for J. 8.
Hats Gleaned and Rebtocked—La
dies' and gents' hats of all kinds re
modeled. First class work. Special
attention to mail orders. Wilson,
Hotel Dacotah.—Adv.
Your Home Wired before you
do your housecleaning by the Bhend
Electric company. Estimates furnish
ed on all kinds of work. We guaran
tee satisfaction. Phone N. W. 278-J.
Office opposite N. P. freight.—Adv.
Andy Gheriot In the Clt-—Andy
Gheriot of Bralnerd, Minn., formerly
of Grand Forks, Is spending a few days
in Grand Forks on business and visit
ing friends. He formerly was man
ager of the Northwestern Telephone
company in this city.
Loyal Order of Moose—All mem
bers are hereby urged to be In at
tendance Tuesday night, April 13, to
participate in the installation of of
ficers. Lunch will be served. A
lengthy program of entertainments
has been arranged and all who attend
are assured a royal good time. N.
J. Luther, Dictator.—Adv.
40* PeMws Ave Both ph
Peanut Butter
The finest grade of Peanut Butter,
put up in a 4H pound net paii. This
is cheaper than butter at the price
we quote.
Nr Pad
The Leading Grocers
We have a complete etoek of every article that will bo of great, assist
ince to you in. the way of making your honseplsanlng easy. ..
Boa-Ami and Window Sean for shin
ing-your windows.
Johnson Tloor Wait for your hard
wood floors,
Uqnld Tensw'ied' Wamt for polish
ing your furniture.
ZiitUe 'oily Cleaner, for: cleaning
your rugs and draperies.
Sasttess Tloor Mops for your regular
floor dusting.
Oedsr i11 for y.our dustless .floor
Maai-Xlnsk for. disinfecting and de
Vhiustea's Silver relish for your sil
ver wsre.
Have, you tried, Semgao Liquid 0loss? Popltively the finest article
made for cleahing autombbiles. it makes the body look as though it ted
Just left the pftint shop.
Liquid tfloes makes the auto shine like htster, and gives out the ap
pearance of a well kept auto in a. well kept Itome.- FUl in line and' buy
Liquid Gloss from us and be one of ..these men wlththeflne outfit.
.". •t.-'V:.'
The Recognized FUmr in more than
half the homes in N. Dakota is—
If-Yv:- J:
ti -iS
"Mwt* In
Oram# For**."
Russell-Miller Milling
Buy Your Meats,
Poultry and Fish
»rorti thf "Qvality Butchers"
where you #lll be sure to
Hughin Returns. Dr. William
Hewitt returned this noon from Mln
to where hetpent Sunday.
i»tix cac u"EiTr^t:T
Adolphc Pegoud,
According to dispatches from Paris,
another daring exploit has just been
added to the long list fo those success
fully carried out by Adolphe Pegoud,
the famous French aviator, who is re
ported to have attacked and brought
down a German taube a few days ago
while he was alone on patrol duty near
Saint Menehould.
Selling Out'Below Cost—Ladies'
pattern hats, no two alike, also hiar
goods- Bon Ton Millinery and Hair
Parlors, first block, 103 Cottonwood
Guild Meeting—The annual meeting
of the St. Agnes Guild will be held at
8 o'clock Tuesday evening at the guild
hall of St. Paul's Episcopal church.
There will be the annual election of
officers and all members are urged to
be present.
Philadelphia, April 12.—Hundreds
of educators from all sections of the
state arrived here today to take part
in a w'eek's discussion on pedagogi
cal questions at the University of
Pennsylvania. The sessions which be
gin tomorrow are slated to continue
through to April 17.
The meeting, will be called "school
man's week" and will be held for the
purpose of promoting harmony be
tween officials at the University of
Pennsylvania'.and educators through
out the state. Among the noted speak
ers who will address the sessions will
be Dr. Harlan tJndegraff of the UnN
verslty School ofjKdueation and Pro
vost Edgar 1\ Smith of Pennsylvania
Houston, Tex,, April 12.—Whether
bakers shall be forced to wrap their
bread was a question on whish the
electorate was slaifed to pass today,
An ordinance ordering such procedure
was passed a year ago, but under, pres
sure from the bakers the city council
voted to submit the question to (the
people at the general election tod|jv
Springfield, IH.,|,]ipril 12.-~Abl»
creator a state Athletic commission
and legalising lAHtyiitd bouts conduct
ed urtdjer state'Wpe'rvision probably
Will ij&ach the.floor of the'.Illinois
house-', of representatives this- week.
The bill will be drafted by a sub-coih
mlttee to which it was referred.
Severe Itching and Burning, Red
and Sore. Kept Awake at Night
with Itchihg. Used Cuticura Soap
and Ointment. Head All Healed.
360S X. Hamilton Ave., Chicago, HI.—
My scalp trouble began on the lower part
Of my head with severe itching and burning,
forming into lumps or pimplss
which spread all over my
bead. These would itch
something terrible, getting
red and sore and after seme
time tiny got hard. My
trouble always seemed to' be
worse. Nights whsn I would
take down my hair and comb
It the seals* wsre so thick that I would have
nothing but scales Ip ny comb.
I had had the trouble six months whte
I heard about Cutkwa Soap and Ointment
and sent for a (Tee sample. The itching had
kept me awake at night but wheel nssd
the sample I had better rest. I bought a
bo* of Cntteura Ointment and bar of Cuti
cura Heap aad used them every night and
morning fer firnr weeks My head was all
healed and I would, never wash my head
now with anything Mae bat Outleura Seep."
(Signed) Miss HeleoBsysr, July *0,1914.
Sample Eacli Free by Mail
With 32-p. Skin Book on request.. Ad
post-card "Cuticare. Dept. T, lee
Sold throughout the world.
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East Gftad Forks
Former Well Known Resi
dent Dies at Home in
Hill City, Minn.
Word reached the city today of the
death at Hill City, Minn., of Mrs.
Charles Kaiser, who formerly resided
In East Grand Forks. Death occurred
Friday, and was caused by a compli
cation of diseases.
The body was shipped to Riton.
Wis., the old, home, where the-funeral
was held.
Mr. and -Mrs. Kaiser left East Grand
Forks about four yearn ago, going to
Hill City, where Mr. Kaiser engaged
in the hardware business. Hill City,
at that time, was little more than a
railroad station. It was built in the
lumber .sectiou,. twenty-five miles
from Grand Rapids, Minn. Mr. Kais
er, with several other East Grand
Forks residents, became Interested In
the lumber land and moved to that
city to engage in business.
The family came to East Grand
Forks from Crookston. Mr. Kaiser
was joint owner with C. P. Billings
of the Star Steam laundry, now owned
by W. A. Ross. Two years after 'en
gaging in that business here Mr. Kais
er sold out and entered partnership
with R. J. Brown in the grocery busi
ness. A short time later, he sold out
his interests to Mr. Brown and left
for Hill City, where he since has re
Mrs. Kniser has been ill for a num
ber of months, and death was not un
expected. While a resident of this
city, Mrs. Kaiser was prominent In
church and club work.
Woman and Man Arrested on Minne
sota Point Sunday Morning—An
other Draws Thirty Days.
Mrs. Cora Caskow and Fred Cas
kow, who claims to be her brother-in
law, were arraigned In municipal
ourt this morning on a charge of vag
rancy. Their cases were continued for
several days. The couple were arrested
on Minnesota Foint early Sunday
John McGuire, who was arrested
with them, also was arraigned this
morning. He was sentenced to thirty
days In the county Jail.
City Council to Meet Tomorrow or
Neit Day to Fix Date—Will be
Held About Middle of May.
A special meeting of the city coun
cil will be held tomorrow or the next
day, at which time the date for the
city charter electton will.be fixed. In
accordance with the decision of the su
preme court, the council will have to
call, an election Immediately. Just is
sooK, as City Attorney ,'F. 'C. Massee
returns, the council will meet and tlx
The election will be held about the
middle of May, it is expected.
Kernes Sole Owner.
A. V. Karnes has bought out the in
terest of Robert Moore in the East
Side Pool hall and will hereafter con
duct the establishment by himself.
The city schools opened this morn
ing after their annual spring vacation
and the pupils and teachers- returned
refreshed from their vacation to take
up the work of the last two months
of the school year. The teachers who
left the city for their vacations and
where they spent them were: Mrs.
Kate Munch and Daisy Krantz at their
homes at Crookston Mrs. Munch also
spent some time at Hallock, Minn.,
where she aeted as instructor at a
teacher*' Institute. Miss Philomene
and Lao De La Potnte were at Glen
ooe, Minn. Miss Joyce Eddy at De
troit end St. Paul. Minn. Misses Ida
Hagen and Estelle Hennemuth at
their homes at Crookston Miss Rach
el Newgard at Devils Lake: Miss Elis
abeth Kuhn at Park RiTer Miss Edith
Matson at Ortonviile Miss Ethel
Getchel at Bemidji: Miss Lucy Hunt
was at her home at Red £*ke Falls,
and Richard Molenaar was at Ray
mond, Minn.
Misses Anne Pender. Beatrice Flsk.
Geraldlne McNicol and Ida Rand will
return this evening from Brainerd,
Minn-, where they have been attend
ing a Sunday school convention.
The social event of this evening will
be the dancing party that will be giv
en in Glee* hall by the Royal Neigh
bors. The party will be
affair and Emard'e orchestra will fur.
nlsh a delightful program of dance
music. .Supper will be served at 11:10
and dancing will be continued until 1
Miss Dora Munch of Crookston has
Every Active
Ice Crests,
frite for
3f rfW
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Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Massee will en
tertain the members of the Women's
Study club tomorrow afternoon at her
home on North Second street. Mrs. R.
Better Stales and Better
2-ineh Continuous Post Gold Bronze Steel Bed Outfit complete wl.th all
iron, non-sag. 10-year guaranteed fab
ric spring. Bed is finished in the gold
bronse or plain white. Has 10 fillers as
shown and heavy 2-inch posts. The spring
is comfortable and durable. The two articles
complete for only
gone to Minneapolis to meet her
mother, Mrs. Marie Munch, who is re
turning from a year's visit in Berlin
and other German cities. Mrs. Munch
is sister-in-law of Mrs. Kate K.
Munch head of the normal depart
ment of the high school.
The T.adies' Aid society of Menden
hall Memorial church will meet on
Wednesday afternoon in the church
parlors and the hostesses will be Mes
dames Robert Anderson, C. E. Coles
and William Rolands.
Miss Mary Franklin returned yes
terday morning to Arvilla to resume
her school duties after enjoying a
week's vacation at her home here.
Mr. and Mrs. William Wolff and
their guests, Mr. and'Mrs. Louis Lar
son of Canada and August Larson au
toed to New Folden, Minn., this morn
ing. Mr. and Mrs. William Wolff will
return in a couple of days to their
home here will be rest of the party
will remain at New Folden.
The Women's Catholic Order of
Foresters will hold their regular meet
ing tomorrow evening in the Sacred
Heart church hall.- All members- are
requested to be j»restent.
Dinner Parties
will be tkorougkly enjoyable
in tbe congenial environment
of this well-ordered cafe.
TLe Quality of S ervicc
Every active Boy in Graijdl Forks arid vicinity may
fine Baseball Suit if he has been saving his "Always Good" Coupons
and No'Vaiy Certificates.
Call at the No-Vary Parlor on North Third Street (or .-write if
you live out of town^and leave your measurements and yojur order.
We have the advance Samples.for your inspection.^
A fall supply of .Gloves, Mitts, Masks, Bats, Balls, Etc.»'will be
here Mo^yT April |2th.
is a predominant feature
courteous and attentive wait
ers, and efficient service. ...
The Hotel Dacotak
There are two reasons for our success. Figure
with us before placing your order. We'll guarantee
to save you money. The largest-and best. 'seleete4
stock in state to choose from.
2-inch Continuous Post Gold
Bronze Steel Bed Outfit
na uutnt complete with all
S. Griggs will give a paper on "Native
Trees, Shrubs and Birds."
Miss Sophia Johnson has returned
to Moorhead to resume her duties In
the city schools after upending her va
cation here ao the guest of Miss Marie
Sorcnson of Allen avenue.
Boston. April 12.—Almost a month
earlier than usual, Boston's play
ground season was formally opened
today. Thousands of children hailed
the event vociferously at the two
score school playgrounds and athletic
fieldk. Sports and other programs
were enjoyed.
More Heat
Lest Ash—No
Smoke —Ask
Your Dealer.

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