News Tribune, April 5, 1921

  • With a forecast of warm weather, more than 20,000 Duluthians are expected to go to the polls today. They will make their choices of the individuals to occupy the offices of mayor, city commissioners and municipal court judges for the next four years.
  • Druggists and others licensed to handle intoxicants can bid to purchase over 300 bottles of whiskey at the U.S. Customs Office in the Duluth Federal Building beginning this morning. The liquor has been held as evidence in court cases for more than a year.
  • Officials of the Duluth Police Relief Association last night pronounced their organization's 32nd annual ball the most successful to date. At 11:30 p.m., when the dance was at its height, more than 4,000 dancers were on the floor of the Armory on London Road.
  • St. Louis County's certified seed potatoes have received nationwide fame and the county agricultural agent is receiving requests for them from all over the U.S. The county's potatoes have won awards at 125 fairs and shows over the last two years.

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