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TWO HUtl WHEN
CAR TURNS OVER
Automobile Accident South
of City Occurred Early
f.' Sunday Morning.
LORD AND THOMAS
ARE BADLY CUT UP
Other Members of the Party
Narrowly Escape Serious
Injuries.
Frank I.ord of Park Flivcr and
J-Aurencc Thomas of KBTRO, a student
at the state university, were seriously
Injured early Sunday morning when
s.n automobile driven by .1. V. Birder
Of Park River was overturned several
miles south of Grand Forks on the
Belmont, road.
Lord's face was badly mangled and
Thomas sustained several deep outs in
his rifjht leg. Both are in a local hos
pital and will recover, although it Is
feared that J.ord will be disfigured for
life.
The oilier members of the party.
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consisting of Birder, who owned the
machine, Vincent Smith of this city,
and two university student*, J. C.
Jennison of Williston and Harold King
of Lakota escaped with slight bruises
and scratches.
The party was returning to Grand
Forks, it appears, after a drive In the
country. Qirder momentarily. lo»t
control of the car which was'moving
at a high rate of speed and the ma
chine lurched into the ditch and tip
ped over on Its side immediately aft
erwards.
Just before the accident, the car had
been driven up to 55 miles an hour,
and Birder was making an effort to
drive his car at 60 miles, a bet having
been made by two of Birder's com
panions that the machine couldn't hit
that mark.
All of the occupants were thrown
clear of the car through a barbed
wire.fence which bordered the road,
the cuts from which lxrd and Thomas
are suffering being caused by the
points of the wire.
As soon as the extent of the injur
ies had been ascertained. Smith went
in search of assistance, and succeeded
In reaching a telephone at a farm
house a mile distant from the scene
of the accident. An automobile was
sent to the assistance of the wrecked
party and the Injured men taken to
a local hospital, where they were giv
en medical attendance.
It is possible that l^ord may be tak
en to the Mayo hospital at Rochester,
Minn., for treatment.
Previous to the accident it appears
that Birder had been making an ef
win a bet that his machine
could make 45 miles an hour on the
city streets, and as a result he was
fined $25 by Police Magistrate J. R.
Church this morning.
The wrecked car was brought to
the city Sunday. The damage to is
comparatively slight.
Monday and Tuesday
KAITKRION PROGRAM.
Decidedly Distinctive.
Herald Want Ads Bring Results.
A Strong Story of Jjove and Vengeance In Two Parts.
The Border Runner
Featuring I/ucillc Young.
A Two-Part Story of Opium Smuggling on the Mexican Border.
Wednesday and Thursday
KRITERIOV PROGRAM.
Decidedly Distinctive.
Struck Oil
A Two-Part Drama of Human Emotions.
The Bigot ....
Tn Two Reels.
Showing How a Hard Unforgtvtnff Nature Ts Changed Wlich the Heart
IK Wrung With Mental Suffering.
Friday and Saturday
Kplsode No. 13.
"The Exploits of Elaine"
Introduces.
The Devil Worshippers
And Brings "Kennedy Nearer to the Solution of the KnlpnuL
The Patlie Weekly Is Shown Each Week.
Matinee Dally, 3:30. Evgs, 7:30, 8:30, 9:30
Admission 10c Children 5c
ta the leading role.
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f010 PLAY THEATRE
The Choice of the World's Greatest
Motion Pictures
Program Week of April 19th
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
Ufe Photo Film Corporation, the sensational five-part feature, with
LIONEL BARRYMORE
ThoCurious Conduct of Judge Logardo
WEDNESDAY AND THURS.
LILLIAN RUSSELL
In Geo. Broadhurst's successful drama
"WILDFIRE" IN 5 ACTS
FRIDAY and SATURDAY
B. A. Rolfe off ere
S. MILLER KENT
Wich'a thrilling romance of the plains,
The Cowhov and ftha Lflriu»
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SERBIAN GKL IS IN
U.S. TO RAISE FUNDS
Miss Helen Ioianlttcto.
Mi
as Helen Lozanltch is the daugh
ter of the former -secretary of agri
culture and commerce, of her country
and she is now in the' United States-.ln
the intereStts of the.'Serbian Agricul
tural Relief, co-operating with the
committee which has its headquarters
at 70 Fifth avenue. New York. Seeds
and agricultural implements, medical
and sanitary supplies are wanted and
she is doing much to help along the
cause.
Harvard Captain Asks
For More Field Men
Track prospects at Harvard are at
present somewhat dimmed on account
of the smaller number of candidates
for the field events. Although 120 of
the students responded to the call for
candidates in the track events, only
twenty-five men appeared as candi
dates in the pole vault, broad jump,
high Jump, hammer-throw and ehot
put. Captain Frank W. Capper of the
Harvard team and Manager Green
ough have urged a larger number of
aspirants to try for the field events,
and hopeful athletes are now being
collected to be sent to Coach J. Fred
Powers for instruction. Harvard's
chances of obtaining revenge on Vale
in the track meet this year depend on
the response of the field event candi
dates, Captain Capper says.
TEN SPOT COSTS
A BAIjIJ GAME
Johnny Evers recently told the story
of a $10 bill that cost a ball game.
"A certain player—he's still In the
game-^raa sitting on .the bench," said
Jahn^yA "fifqjsjraa them only a noky.
The game was close. In the last 'of the
ninth runners were on. second^ and
third A'hlt oT almost any kind would
bring in the two runs the club needed
to win the game. It was the pitcher's
turn at bat,
"The manager's eye lit on the rooky.
The opposing pitcher had never faced
«ilm. "Go up to bat, Blank, and if yon.
bring in those two men I'll give you .a
ten-spot.' said the manager. The 'kid'
stepped up to the plate and promptly
struck out.
"On the way to the clubhouse the
manager turned to him and said:
'What was the matter with you? You
might have broken your neck gpingC
after those high ones."
'That's Just it,' replied Blank. 'I
guess I was reaching too far for tihat
ten-spot.'
Brief Makes Big Hit.
First Baseman Bunny Brief looks
very good to Manager Rowland of the
White Sox. Brief last year played a
rattling good game for the Kansas
City Blues, and several major league
clubs were after him, but "Old Rom
an" Comiskey beat the other John
sonian aggregation to the first sack
er.
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THE GRAND ISpftKS DAILY HERALD. IMQNEfAY EVBNINO,APRIL
Four Commifti&§ Held Ses
sion Last Saturday
Afternoon.
meeting held Saturday: afternoon by:
committees from the "Women's'Civic
league, this W.' C. T. U., the Commer
cial club and tlje.Fortnighlly clU'b.
O. A. Webster
was
appointed to'con­
fer with C. W. Robinson, the cltj .plan
expert who has been retained by the
Commercial club regarding the best
location for, /the proposed pla£
grounds.
No definite 'pijins were adopted at
the meeting -Saturday as it was felt
that the subject should first'.be thor
oughly studied. The general sense of
the meeting, however, was that play
grounds should beN established and a
competent director' placed in charge.
The committee members present at
the meeting were as follows:
Home and .Education from the
Women's Civic .' lfeague—Mrs. O, T.
Rlshoff, Mrs. P. M. Cole, Mrs. James
Collins, Mrs. F. I* McVey and Mrs.
J. M. Gillette.
W A a an
Mrs. Geo. I. Dvytafc Mrs. A. Mcll
raith, Mrs A: McLeon and Mrs.
Richard' Hey
ward.
Commercial dote—O. A. Webirter,
Dr. H. Healy' anAvJ\ J. Kavanaugh.
Fortnightly club—Harry Gavere,
Dr. J. Grassick a
ltd Rev. H, B. Thorr
grimsen.'-
KNIGHTS ATTEND CONCLAVE
I«avc TMs After
Conclave of Tem-
Grand Forks
noon for Annual Conclave of 'ix
plain at Bismarck Tuesday
Three members^'of St Atdemar's
Commandery Nip Knights Tein plar,
left for Bisin^ir^k this afternoon
attend the annual 'conclave of the
state grand commandep' to be held,at
Tancred Commandery 'No. 1 in the
capital city Tuesday and Wednesday.
This will be the 26th annual con
clave held by the .Templars of North
Dakota and a large attendance from
the 16 commanderles of the stale Is
expected.
,The Grand Forks men who will at
tend the conclave are Clarence Hale,
P. E. G. C.: George Olmstead, I*. K.
C., and Flnley D. Cameron, E. C. Oth
er Templars from this section of the
state who left today to attend the
meeting were F. H. Sprague, J. H.
Fraine and D. C. Moore, all of Graf
ton, and Andrew Stedt and Allen Haig
of Devils "Lake.
LAUGH WITH US.
"Could you be satisfied with love in
a cottage, dearest?" sighed the poor
young man. "Certainly I could." re
sponded the girl, who really loved
him "but there must be a break
fast room, a music room, parquetry
flooring and a big marble fireplace in
the front liall."
"How Is it that nobody ever ven
tures''to di«« uSs the war with Jinl«s,
self 7"
"Well ybu~8.ee
low in the ctub
:"Ma," remonstrated Bobby, "when
I was at grandma's she used to let
me have two pieceSjOf cake."
"Well, she ought not to have done
so, Bobby," said his mother. "I
think two pieces of cake are too much
for little boys. The older you grow
the more wisdom you will gain."
Bobby was silenced, but only for a
mbmetit.
"Well, ma," he said, "grandma Is a
good deal older than you are."
We gazed pityingly on the listless
drug store clerk leaning against tiie
soda counter.
"Haven't you any ambition?" we
queried kindly and all that.
"No," he replied, with brightening
intelligence "but I have something
Just as good."
A. mother told her small son she
would punish him If he ever asked
for anything to eat while at a neigh
bor's house.
The next time he went over to call
on the neighbor he eat still for a few
minutes, then he said:
"Now, I must go. Do you know
why I must go? Well, I'm hungry,
that ,s why."—Woman's Home Com
panion.-
Monday,
Tuesday
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Evangelical Lutheran Congw*atkm to
Erect SlS.Ofttt Edifice—Plans
Now Being Drawn.
Plans .are being prepared for the
construction of
A
sides by a balcony, and three small
parlors. Sunday scliool rooms will
be located in the church bksement.
Rev. G. Mykland is pastor of St.
Mark's congregation.. Services are at
present being held in. the. public li
brary-
THE RAGTIME MUSE.
Weak Woman.
This morning when left for town.
My: wife announced tHbat she'd come
down
To match some fabric for a gown
But she was feeling badly, so
She'd take me /with her, tf I'd go.
"I'll go." I said, and did, not doubt
That She was right in going'out—
And I am getting rather stout,
My wife, you see, Is weak and frail.
And she's been looking very pale,
She. seemed so delicate thai I.
Sit. out with her resolved to try
To help her flnd what she.would.buy
I fondly hoped I would not meet
My .business friends upon: the street.
We went to many shops I stood
While she compared th'e. poor and
good
Until my-fee* seemed'made of wood
With her I limped through miles of
aisles
While women gazed at me with
smiles.
At last I paused with aching head,
Turned to my wife and Weakly said:
"Have mercyi dear. I'm nearly dead!"
"Oh, very well," she said, "my pet
Just go on home—I'm not through
yet!"
For.each.big man at the top there
are a million small ones at the bot
tom.
tf
ifcV ^he only fel
knows how, to
pronounce the names of th'ose Rus
aqd he has all- the talking to liim
slftn and Polish Jawbreaker towns."
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new. church by St.
Mark's EJvangellcal ljutheran congre
gation, H. E. Winslow being the archi
tect.
The new church will be located at
Fifth street' and International ave
nue, and the estimated cost is $18,000.
It will be built of dark red brick with
trimmings of white Bedford stone. A
dome with a dprlc colonade will decor
ate the front portion' of the edifice.
The interior will' be finished In
white. The ground floor will contain
THE
SEVEN
REELS
Prices:
for this special
Feature
Children 10c.
Loralne ft Mitchell
Revolving ladder Artists.
Kartello ft Kartells
Novelty Juggllnc Act.
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San Fraaciaoo, (Mi, April -.
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Recent North IMcoto
lstered at the state'
the Panama-Pacific
elude':
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Miliar,
Mr. and .Mrs EL .A,
Mandan.
Miss Xols Ryrtey,
C. J. Wringer, Clifford.
G. E. Haggan. Haigo.
H. W. netcber, Mapleton.
T. E. Mather and Wfe,
waukon.
Dr. and Mra. W. A. Gerish, Jame*
town. »,
Mlmie-
J. T. Galtlll, lith.
J. E. Renfrew, Xeltti.
Mr. and Mr». W.s A. Berry,.
Grand Forks.
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Mrs. Anna Brown and daughter,....
Wahpeton. ..
Mrs. Thos. Ctialloncr, James-..
town.
Chester FVlts, Fargo.
R. T. Kerfoot, Drayton. ni
W. B. Kellogg, Jamestown..
J, F. Callahan, Oasselton.
I/. F. Callahan, Oasselton..
D. W. Shields and wife, Ourgo.
Daniel Dow, Grand Forks.
While on parade a colonel noticed a
careless' man to have' very muddy
heels, while the remainder- of his at
tire was in' keeping with military pro
priety.
"Corporal Moriacty." said the chief,
"you have very muddy "heels."
"Yes, colohel, a -good soldier never
looks behind him."
THEATRE ROYAL
Monday & Tuesday, April 19-20
M. Rosenberg Presents
D. W. Griffith's Greatest All-Star Feature 'Film.
W E E E E O S E S
Program Week of' Apiil 19th
In the
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Bro#«i S Bristol
Bright Blta. Frav Soog l^ind
ParaitMunt Pictures Corporatlon and the Lasky Co. Present thi| brated Broadway Favorite
EDITH WYNNE KLATTHISON
In David, Belasco's Famotif
"THE GOVERNOR'S LADY"
paramount Plcturer Corporation an4 the -Famoua Piayers offer the Screen's Greatest Favorite,
DAINTY MARGUERITE CLARK
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Paul Armstrong's Play of That Name.
This seven-reel photographic masterpiece has been shown in most
of tbe large cities with great success,'running for weeks at a time.
"THE: ESCAPE*' shows the escape of a woman from poverty- and degradation, through sin, suffering and sor
row, to a better life. It shows a woman of naturally fine instincts triumphing over the conditions of the
environment to which she had been born.
The All-Star Cast Include Blanche Sweet, Mae Marsh, Robert Harron, Donald
Crisp, Owen Moore, F. A. Turner, Ralph Lewis.
Special Orchestral Music.
A
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BEFORE YOU MARRY SEE "THE ESCAPE."
The Picture Play of the Hour, Terrific Realism, Intense Heart Interest.
and Plctaresquje^Ceinedy Romance
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Will Have Ko Suit FWd. r,
The Bbston Graves' 'new grounds
jwill iW'wlthoutj a:_"sun field." Tha
groiinda will
lfa
laid out facing the
northeast. The' playing field will-be
sunk fifteen feet below the street.
Schufflaoa-fleiok
4 IN CONCERT
AT
Grand Forks
April 26th, 8:30 P. M.
,V: Under Auspices of
'Wesley College
ADMISSION PRICES
$3.0^ Slot, $I.W, 50c
Choice seats lower floor and
balcoiiy .. .$3.00 and $2.00
Good seats Slower floor and bal
cony ...... $1.00
Standing Room .. 50c
SONG RECITAL -FRIDAY ^rdL
JANE TUTTLE
Dramatic Soprano,, and Assisting Artiste Under the Auspices of
WlUdS A. GORMAN, W. R. C. NO. 2.
In order to aiccommodate the great number of patrons, the
Recital will be held at the
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
8:1ft jp. in. Single admission O ne Dollar.
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SEVEN
REELS
Matinees 2:15 and 4 O'clock.
Evenings 7:30 and 0:15 P. M.
Great Arthur ft Co.
Beprodncttona of tbe World's
Greatest Paintings.
Three Grae Sisters
ft Dale Devereaux
"A Hong Rerlew."
eV
trie.
BOXS8,aO
ADUMOir AT
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