News Tribune, March 26, 1921

  • Duluth police last night broke up an attempt by 500 members of the Industrial Workers of the World to tar and feather Rev. J. Levise at a Finnish church service. Police say general disapproval of all religious ceremonies was the apparent motive.
  • Hunt Cook of Chicago told the Duluth Lions Club yesterday that Duluth's possibilities for development of civic beauty are better than any city in the Northwest. Mr. Hunt, a city beautifier, is here to conduct an institute in the Armory on London Road.
  • The fund to help Mrs. Mollie Dahl, who was injured in a vehicle accident on March 16, has grown to $737, all from donations by Duluthians. Mrs. Dahl and her son were injured when a speeding car struck their horse-drawn wagon on Garfield Avenue.
  • The Superior Carpenters Union, which handled the carpentry work on the new Superior Labor Temple, 1710 Broadway St., will be the first organization to meet there. Building trades unions will begin moving their offices into the building on April 1.

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