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4 *V A *& Selling Out Below Coet—Ladies' pattern itats, no two alike, also hlar goods. Ben Ton. Millinery and Hair Parlors, first block, XOS Cottonwood street. Finch to Coast—H. B. Finch, man ager of the General Brokerage com pany, left Saturday night on a busi ness trip to the Pacific coast. He was accompanied by Mrs. Finch and will be gone for several weeks./- Piano Tuning and repairing prompt ly and satisfactorily done. Phone 110, either line, or call at O. Toung's. 131 South Third street and ask for J. S. Kerr.—Adv. Two Drunks—Two drunks were' gathered in Saturday night by the lo cal police. They paid fines when ar raigned in policc court today. Bhend Electric Co. make a special ty of house wiring. Our work is done quick, clean, and satisfaction is guar anteed. Estimates furnished. Call 27I-.T, N. W. Office opposite N. P. freight.—Adv. ffliriners Rehearsing—The Arab pa:-, trol and band of Kem Temple of the Mystic Shrine commenced rehearsals Sunday for the big. ceremonial to be held June 11. Bought Long Ago—Many of our former tenants are now owners of the properties which they rented before. Our way of selling made it easy for them to purchase. Ask questions. John C. Boe .Co.—Adv. Rlchter to Kspo—K. L. Richter of the I-Arimore Pioneer left Sunday night for San ^Francisco to take charge of the Larltnore potato day to be held April 27 at the Panama-Pacific ex position. t' 1 Bicycle Repairing—Let us. put your .wheel in shape for the riding season All work guaranteed. All kinds of .tires and sundries. New and second hand wheels from )8.00 to $35.00. Lyons & Company.—-Ad v. Observes Anniversary—The four teenth anniversary of his taking charge of St. Paul's Episcopal church in this city was observed by Rev. J. K. Burleson with special services Sunday morning. Plant Trees It -will pay you to buy from your Home Nursery as they are climated and shipments will reach you in one or two days. Send for catalogue arid note special reduction list, on forest trees and Carag&naS /Siberian Pea Tree.) Address East Grand Forks Nursery, Oscar Wick, Prop. East Grand Forks, Minn.—Adv. Wehe Injured—C. L.. Both Phones •4«. The Ice Cream We Make Is rich, emooth and wholesome. Pure Country creani and natural fruit flavoring. Long experience in the art of cream making, a desire to establish an enduring business by giving the beat that can be produced. This explains why Brick's tee Cream haa be come go popular and gives unl satisfaction. at ytowefe aad tau on Hand %%. Tfac CttT Autoed From UaKlon-Jimei Me ,- Loughlin and Mark O'Brien of Unt don, tutoed to Grand Forks Sunday, ^returning home "last night. Ice—-Detroit lake and Red river ice ip any quantity. Good service guaran teed. Grand' 'Forke Ice Co. Both phones 447.—Adv. Motored to L«ke—L. K. Raymond, Jr., and Dr. C. L. Tompkins, motored to Maple Lake Saturday, returning Sunday evening. Welie return ed to Grand Forks today frohi Van dalia, S. D. Before taking the -train at Yandalia. Mr. Wehe fell from the de pot platform, sustaining a badly sprained shoulder. Frands Murphy In Town—Assistant Attorney General Francis Murphy, of :Bismarck, was in .the city Sunday on business, coming up from Fargo Where he appeared- with Attorney General Linde Saturday evening in "support of the request for an injunction against the N. P. railroad,, involving the' im portation of liquor into North Dakota. S PurityCcmfectiooefyr GRAND THEATRE BCIIAING. man never knows what a woman 'Sml" iBsSSmi• 1l ttf MfvWWWWW Phone your want ad, line. Onigiey at St, Thomas—Rev. G. H. Qufgley, district superintendent of the Methodist church, spoke at St. Thom as Sunday. Have Yon a Lawn Mower, boss, or any garden tools that you have now- no use for? If so, a Herald Want ad which costs only a few cents will sell them for you. Phone 500.—Adv. Rooms! Rooms: Nice Clean Cosy Rooms for the summer months can be had by' consulting the proper classi fication on the want ad page.—Adv. Maher In Town—Howard Maher, vice president of the Devils Lake Com mercial club, attended the Phi Delta Phi party .in this city Saturday night, Rain in Some Sections—While this section of the state received no rain fall Saturday evening, come portions of the southern end of the state were benefited. Sttart Your Clean Up and Faint Dp 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 Paint Store.—Adv. Time Extended—The time for the receiving of bids for the erection of the basement of St. Mary's Catholic church has been extended one week, and the bids will be received up to the evening of Monday, April 26. Big Audience Heard Concert—The Metropolitan opera house was crowd-, ed Sunday afternoon for the concert, given by the University Philharmonic' society. The program was thorough ly enjoyed, Wonderful Summer Trip—Any point in North Dakota to San Francisco, steamer through Panama canal to New York (17 days), thence by rail to starting point, stop-overs granted. First-class *214.6fc third-class »14». 66, including meals and berth on steamer H. Bendeke, Agent, Grand Forks.—Adv. lint* Cleaned and Reblocked—la dles' and gents' hats of all kinds re modeled. First class work. Special attention to mail orders. Wilson, Hotel Dacotah.—Adv. Clothes Scrvicc is getting your clothes individually designed and fit by a merchant tailor who knows "what's what" and can aid you in your selection. Rolf Bros., Grand Bldg.— Adv. PARADOX. Blobbe—Why don't Bio bean Ottfr Hobbe—TWaJfs he ain't well enough! Blobbs-Gad! Funny so wis* chap should earn so llttlel GIOTY^MariotBAMW "A DIME SAVED iSAMME MAPfc ifeoems, fcop Melts, feu Mops, lornV Srlumes, sieve wrnsh, Whisk Sreoms. Jump right Into House Cleaning. (Use your head, and save your hands.) •raoxAXi VOB mohbat. Liiae Beee Glyoerine Toilet Soap full size bar trus Ulac scent regular lOc bar (for Monday only) 4 bars for 8Se MINI IOMIE A wonderful polish for Mirrors, Windows no acids or ammonia. It will not stain or hurt the hands sample can for asklns ^introduc tory sale Tuesday toe, soe unnm A powdered chemical compound for cleaning eloset bowls. Keep the sanitary, large size tin toe onoaisi of For disinfecting, deodorising and purifying Large aise tins lBoi I for I 600, either Open Bnutch House—A branch fruit house haa Men opened in Butte, Mont., by the C. H. Robinson Co. of this city: North wood Man Here—P. A.Uglan of Xorthwood was a visitor at the county court house last Saturday. Sellers Ave. t-—r. Powdered Bon Ami. Washing rowdee. 408. READ EVERY No-Vary Pure Foods are -Cheaper by the Dozen 1 "U-® Hardy's Cakes are correct for party and tAblis rise. Try oar STOW VOOO,' MNHM MOB Mi Ate.- HAtorSBAKERV: COMHmSPlANS Program Arranged at Meet ing Held Last Saturday May 14 is the Date. The play day for pupils of the coun ty Schools will be held at Larimore May 14, instead of May 8. aa originally plannedf according to a decision reached at the meeting of local super Intendents held last Saturday after noon. The chief subject of discussion "at the meeting was the program for-the big day, In which It la bopdd, that all the. school pupils of the county except thiqfe of ihe Grand Forks city schools will" take part. C. F..Brett of Fergus was empow-. ered to appoint a chairman of a com mittee to be in charge of. each event on the program. Kach chairman will name his own assistants. The program has been planned In such a way as to have the high school events oyer by noon and to devote the .rest of the day to the grade schools. The complete program follows: High school track and field events, 10:80 a. m. to 12 m. Basket lunch, 12 to 1 p. m. Grjk.de school track and field events. I1.p. m. to 1:16 p. m. '.' .Baseball games, 3:16 p. m. to 6:15 l- m. Distribution of badges, 5:15 p. m. Folk and. Maypole dances, 3:16 p. GmFATALTOOflLD SUKDAY Little Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Madison Paesee Away After Very Brief Illness. Mary Madison, aged 2 years and 6 months, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. A. F. Madison, 615 Third aventie, died of membranous croup at the family resi dence at-noon Sunday. Funeral services will be. held at the home at 10:80 o'clock Tuesday morn ing. Rev. J. K. Burleson,, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal church, will offi ciate. and interment will take place at Memorial Park. The child waa not taken sick until late Saturday afternoon, and up to Sunday morning was not thought to be in a critical condition. She then grew worse, however, and although an incision was made in her throat in an attempt to relieve the congestion, the effort proved fruitless and death came at noon. Mr. Madison is court" reporter of the First judicial district, under Judge Cooley and he and Mrs. Madison, in their very sad bereavement, have the sincere sympathy of their host of friends. Another child, a boy, his sis ter's senior by about two years, sur vives. pointed paragraphs. Goethals's idea is it will take all his time to be a major general.. Germany** Submarine leaks at the lid: out of 2,886 sailings between Feb ruary 18 and March 8, only seven ves sels were torpedoed. There«wasn't any "war *one" when and where»the ElteleS.nk the,' Fnr.ej then will somebody kindly tell.- us the wherefore and the why? With its peace conference set for Nay. It's almost time for the mailed flst to shake hands with the pacifist. Qroetrt 408 DeMers Are. Both pbosee 770. GHAS8 SKED. When you get ready to sow your lawn remember we have the best grass seed there-is on the Market. Per Pound ... t#o. SWEET PEA SEEDS. Allscolors in bulk Sweet Pea Seeds scarlet, white, pink, lavender, navy blue mixed. Per Ounce .... ...... 10c GARDEN AND FLOWER SEEDS. All. varieties of garden and flower seeds In S cent and 10 cent packages. Onion Sets, red and yellow 2 quarts for ...35c Onion Sets, white, quart isc Multipliers, quart isc C. HART CO. "The No-Vary Grocers" !03 North Jrd It. Phooo .ihygt .carry-a looend......... •4} W W h?si E. WAUtlR THE GRAND FORKS DAILY HERALD. MONDAY EVENING. APRIL It. IMS. 167 full line of No-Vary Pure Fadd Pro ducts. No better goods, on the market. Telephone us yfcurorders. 5 Tea TO#, English Breakfast th*. lb #^B,•^•v, 'i'v dth St. 'j 1, *Ji• i.:.T I QEIST'S nbw CHOCOLATES GERMANS ABANDON IDEA OF FURTHER W^TERN OFFENSIVE ...... •JCqn&n.ucfa. from Page. I.) attack was prepared by sappers, who dug into.the f^rst. line of trenches and annihilated, the occupants with hand grenades. Thf three men who sur vived were made prisoners. Tremendous Assault by IQermans is Repulsed Paris, April 19.—The following offi cial statement regarding the progress of the fighting was issued by the war office "In the "Vosges a German attack, prepared for by a. violent bombard ment and carried out by a: battalion against our positions northwest of Or bey, Alsace 14 miles northwest of' Colmar) was repulsed The Germans left ftiany dead in front of Our trench es lind we rtiade about rorty prisoners. "A Belgian aeroplane brought down a German aeroplane near Roiilers. In the same region one of our small squadrons successfully bombarded an aviation ground." Twenty Million Dollar Order is Given Concern New York, N. V.. April 19.—It Is understood the Baldwin Locomotive works have received an order for t.20,000 000 worth of war material. This order Is a separate one from that secured from Russia by the Am erican Locomotive company. Details of the Baldwin order will probably io made public in a. tew days.' People of Smyrna Leave Expect Allied Fleet There London, April in.—The Saloniki correspondent of the Daily Mail states that all civil inhabitants of Bmvrna have left the city for the interior, in expectation of the allied fleet landing a force there. The garrison, however, remains and preparations for defense are being made. Austria Would Give .Territory to Pope Rome, .April lit—From ah authori tative source It is learned that, not withstanding Germany's efforts, Italy and Austria have failed to reach an agreement with reference to territori al concessions. Many reports have been current re specting the proposals said to have been made by influential Auslrians anxious to preserve peace with Italv, for the temporary disposition of the province of Trent, provided Austria consented to cede it. to Italy. The latest proposal, according to these re ports, waa that the territory be ceded to the Pope, and that the pontiff turn tjie territory over to Italy after the war. Prince von Buelow, the German ambassador at Rome, is said to have frowned .upon-this miKgestion, because he feared that it would be a new source of friction between Austria and Italy—something which he had been striving to eliminate. Warships Reported to be Bombarding Dardanelles London, April 19.—From unoiflcial sources it is learned that, warships have been attacking the forts at Bu lalr, on the G^lllpoli Peninsula, while Turkey lworttjsey that=attacks have been made oiVHhe»'Dardanelle« from the outer eTitliftnV, arid that the Ma jestic'and Swiftsure ha to bombarded the- forte n'ear 6a'bk ^Te'jieh. British Submarine Sunk in Dardanelles 24 Rescued Constantinople, April 19.—The fol lowing official statement was issued by the war office yesterday "The British submarine K-15 has been sunk in the Dardanelles west of Karanlik. Three officers and 21 men of the crew of 31 were rescued by the" Turks. Among them was the former British vice consul at Dardanelles." London, April 19.—The British admiralty in a statement issued yes terday announced that the submarine E-15 ran aground Saturday on Kep bez point in the Dardanelles while at tempting a difficult reconnaissance of the Kepbez mine field. A statement said that according to an official communication published at Constantinople the officers and men were rescued and made prisoners. No Naval Action in North Sea For Month London, April 19.—Winston Spen cer Churchill, first lord of the admir alty, has issued, the following denial or recent rumors: "There haa been no naval action of any kind In the North Sea during the ..past month, nor any action of any kind ki.ijd in the Dardanelles, other than" local bombardments a nd recon naissances by single 'ships. "Since March .1,8, only two or three men ha-ve been hit in the Dardanelles, and there has be.en no. loss or injury to French or British ships." 300 German. Sailors Taken From Merchant Marine St. John, 9. April 19.—Three hundred German eailors, some of them former members of the Dresden crew, .the others captured from German merchant marine,' arrived here yes terday from Bermuda on the C. P. R. steamer St. George. The prisoners were marched under a strong guard to the ratlroad and entrained for Am herst, where they will, be interned, Greek King is Held Out .P Of War by German Queen parts. April 19^G«o. de Malserie, a prominent French writer, .writing from'Athens, saye/$hatr King .Gpnstan tlne was at first Inclined- to support Ex-Premier Venues' policy "of i«t- ig.Ttnfkey, "Wit tft^ dn^ett, :wtf6 is a kaiser's sister, J^rought all her in fluents to bear on' hinv -anfl Induced hlm to rpmafri neutral." The queen, who 1e of a tenacious and etrOng-willed disposition, he says,' i« now credited with scoring- several big German triumphs in the court, where most of the princes have come under Mr Imperious away. "Thus Jt is that, as in all the' days of Troy, women- ire' etill having a voice in the councils.". the queen heTsetf has cried aloud that if Greece emerges from her neu trality she will quit Greek territory forever and return to her brother's side at Potsdam. Reliable information received here Is that her Pots&ta 'apartments are already prepared fOr her. British Trailer Sunk by lis sweet Uas,aad asere hh German Tlrped6 London, April 1».—The British trawler Vanilla, Waa sunk by a tor pedo from a German submarine In the North sea yesterday, according to a report by Captain Hill, skipper of the trawler Fergo. ... ... Get^nan is Made Chief the Turkish Army oi Railroaders Threatened Walk Out—Ultimatum Has Been Issued. VPtfoWISP*"®* HER SPOUSE IS NEW ADMIRAL OF BRITAIN her daughter Mrs. J. Cochrane and Mary. When Mrs, J. Cochrane, who ar rived In San Francisco from the Ori ent a few days ago with her tive-year old daughter Mary, heard from her husband for the flrst time In nearly six months, she learned that he had been made an admiral in the British navy. She saw her husband last at the outbreak of the war. when he was commander of the battleship Tar mouth, then patrollng the Pacific. Marshal Baron Kolmar von Der Goltz, who recently was sent by German au thorities to Constantinople, has been appointed commander-in-chief of the First Turkish army. Famous French Aviator Made Prisoner by Germans Berlin, April 19.— (Wireless to Say ville)—A report of the progress of hostilities announced by German headquarters relates that Lieutenant Roland G. Garros, a famous French aviator, was made prisoner at Ingel munster. Belgium, seven miles north of Courtral. Four Bombs Dropped on Belfort, No Lives Lost Paris, April 19.—lij.s. officially stat ed: "The German aeroplanes which (lew over Belfort. recently dropped four bombs. They did some damage to two hangers and set'Are to four cheats of powder. They caused no casualties nor serious damage." to Montreal. April 19.—The Canadian Brotherhood of Railroad Kmployee, of which A. K. Mosher of Halifax ill grand president, has issued an ulti matum to the management of the Ca nadian government, railways to the effect that, they will cease work in a body by Friday next, unless the gen eral manager, F. P. Gutelius, meets representatives of the brotherhood and settles lo their satisfaction their alleged grievances. The grievances set up by the brotherhood officials are: Points of Dispute, 1.. Alleged failure of the intercol onial railroad management to carry out all the terms of the agreement of March 21, 1913, between the In tercolonial and the brotherhood. This .consists in the refusal of the man agement to make promotion's from one department to another", based on seniority of service alone. The man agement, it was stated by Mr. Gute lhis, makes promotions by merit for the best Interests of the service, but other things being equal, always re cognizing seniority. 2 Refusal of the management to grant an agreement covering pier employes at Hattfiuc and St..' John. This, Mr. Gutelius stated, was sefused because it was simply Intended to en force recognition of the organization and establish preference in employ ment to Its members. 3. Refusal of the management to permit the Canadian Brotherhood of Railroad Employes to abebrb. the mainteAance-of-way employes, who have a wage agreement with the man agement. ,r Action Disapproved. ''. 'Mr. Gutelius stated today that of .the l^,o6o. employes .of the govern ment railways, a considerable ,num: ber 'did not belong to any labbr or 'ganitation, while the balance were inembers. Of the Canadian Brother hood'. of Railroad Employes, these comprising various employes not af filiated With regular trade unions. He eaid that Mr. Mosher's course in try ing to get men from other recognised organizations into his own was strong ly disapproved by the regular unions. Mr. Gutelius said that the man agement of the government railroads would not accede to Mr. Mosher'a demands, but that if Mr." Mosher should fullfll his threat and call a strike of all the members of his or ganisation it would probably serious ly hamper the work of the govern ment railway, at a time When it waa most' urgently needed to carry men and munltlona of war for the British armies In Surope, since the men going out,' though not very numerous, would interfere with the work of those who remained loyal. The "dry" wave has reached Alaska. Jl bill has been Introduced in the Alas ka territorial legislature to prohibit the sale of liquor in that terrttory, and is Mid to be strongly supported. Washington makes it plain that Its **MMt th* hMf-UatfeMt* abioluU* 1*10 AUTOMOetf ACCmnSHEK Chevrolet Car, Owned by J. Howe, Plunges into Ditch and Burns. UNKNOWN DRIVER SMASHES WINDOW Loses Control of Machine and Breaks Glass in N. C. Olson Place. A Chevrolet touring car, owned by J. Howe, the local restaurant man. is: a total werck as the result of an at tempt to make a turn in the road while going at a high rate of speed, Early Saturday night, Mr. Howe, accompanied by Gus Moehlenhrock. was returning to Bast Grand Forks from a ehort. country tour. When about five miles northeast of the city, they came to the end of the road on which they were running. At the time, they were running at high speed, and Mr. Howe applied the brakes, at the same time attempting to negotiate the turn. The car plunged Into the ditch and caught flre. In a few min utes, It was a total wreck. Mr. Howe and Mr. Moehlenbroclt escaped without injury. Backs into Window, About 2:HO o'clock yesterday morn ing, an automobile driver, whose iden tity is not known, lost control of his machine and smashed through one of the big plate glass windows in the X. O. Olson liquor store on DeMers ave nue. The supposition is that the driv er was backing up when he lost con trol of hie machine, and backed into the window. There was no one near at the time, and he made his getaway with little difficulty. Ump Rigler Thought Cheering Was for Him Charley Rigler, Xational league um pire, who lives In Cleveland, is chock full of good baseball stories and is in great demand as a speaker at baseball banquets. Charley knows how to tell a story, too. Here is a sample: "The first year I broke into the Xational league I was assigned to umpire a game between the Army and Navy teams. The two major leagues alter nated each year in supplying an um pire for thi« ganie. I was quite proud of my assignment, and a few minutes before game time I walked out of the dressing room to the home plate. I had to walk the full length of the field and to my great surprise and pleasure every Step I took was marked by the loudest cheering I ever heard. My chest swelled to twice the normal siaie until I found Teddy Roosevelt had en tered the field just, as I had emerged from the dressing room and that all the cheering was for him." POINTED PARAGRAPHS. 0 Of course we would be glad to In vite the warring nations to quit fight ing and go in for cultural develop ment, if it would do any good to in vite them, but It wouldn't. It is estimated that the total cost of the war to the nations engaged In it, including both sides, reaches $175, 000.000 a.- week. The war is now 32 weeks old, with the end not yet In sight. It is reported that, the Industrial Workers of the World in New Tork have extended a cordial invitation to the unemployed of the nation to spend the merry springtime in that metro polls. It is said to be planned to have ac tive battle in progress at the same time on nearly a thousand miles of firing line at certain periods of the spring and summer campaign in the big war. GOOS-'OiENE '(GOOSE OIL MEDICATED) I Why Softer Fna c«Ui, Sore Throat, Stiff Neck, Rheumatism or any ache or pain, when the simple and effective grand mother's remedy. Ge«s. •leae will give quick relief. FOR TUB KIDDIE! Goos-olene No. 2 Is espe cially prepared. Write for free sample. Tou will know Goos-elene by the sign of the goose. Oees elene Onsstsr, 9a»erler, Wu. Jnlubts25l50' W.VL tlftartfclfcM-*. East Gtand Forks ip 4 Mr. James Mcllralth hae announced the approaching marriage of his daughter, Mary Pheobe Mcllralth to: George 'Patrick Dalley of this city. The wedding will take place on Mon day, April 26, at Sacred Heart church and the ceremony will be performed by Rev. Father Klinkhammer at 8 o'clock in the morning. Miss Mcllralth hae always resided in the city and attended the local schools. Mr. Dalley is the son of Mr.', and Mrs. T. p. Daily of South Fourth street and has been employed in th# First State bank for a number of years. The young people Will continue to make their home here. The Lady Maccabees will give an I other of their enjoyable dancing par I ties this evening in Gies hall. Ru dow's orchestra has been engaged t® furnish the mimic and dancing will be enjoyed from 9 until 1. Supper will lie served in the hall at midnight. The ladies in charge of the party are Mrs. Chis Engen, Miss Lydia Loss, Mrs. T. Harig. Airs. Frank Olson, Mrs. Bros-' scau and Mrs. J. J. Sanders. The Indies' Aid of St. Mark's Eng lish Lutheran church will he enter tained on Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. Mary Boese at her home on For est street'. BARBARE THINKS HE CAN HIT A. L. MEN "I foel sure that 1 will be able to. make good in the major leagues if given the chance," »iaid Walter Bar bare. graduate of thp Xew Orleana dub and member of the Cleveland In-, dians. "I don't want to appear Ml the role of bragging but I feel like I win be able to htt the pitchers In the} big belt. I haven't been going good this spring but this is probably due to the poor weather we had at San An tonio, which has prevented me from getting in good shape." Barbs re said lie was glad to be back in the city as be looked upon New Orleans as his "second home-'' "If 1 am to be sent back to the minors 1 want to come back to John ny Dobbs and Xew Orleans," Walter continued. "1 like the folks and 1 think they like me. and 1 would feel more at home here." Barbare expects to get in one of the games here against the Xew Or leans club. STALLIXG'S VTEW OX BASEBALL. Here are Manager Stallings' views on the 1915 National League pennant race: "It is my belief that the Brs.ves will be up there on top when the final shot, is fired in the 1915 pennant campaign. We will start the season much strong er than we were when we got away from the post in 1914. "I expect even a harder pennant fight this year than we had In 114. "The baseball world will be against us this year. The entire National league will be out to beat us. This Is one of the things which a cham pion has to contend with." STAR CAST OF The Escape 4 BLANCHE SWEET MAE MARSH, ROBERT BARRON, IKJN ALD CRISP. OWEN MOORE, F. A. TURNER. RALPH LEWIS. J: Theatre Royal Monday and Tuesday Next. For other paitkmlare-read on poge 8. Have You a Reliable Watch Is your wateh all you would like to have it? Do yon have to look-at a town dock or call central every time yow look at your watch to be sura it is telling the truth? If you have such a watch it is running under some difficulty and should have immediate attention. All watches made .k. 'new at ..." Biglow's Litttle Watch Factory EAST GRAND FORKS, MINNESOTA. trying to get aioag with ft «b» ttoraga battery. Ooine to we'll tell yon how to tun* it McGOEY & BINN1E ElectricalCoatncton ijgjllJp 1 u! Jl. Jr^uL -"Si* PAGE FIVB. 4 Ad- For House Wiring Electric Supplies and Repairs. Phone the Neurauter Electric Co. East Grand Doric*.