News Tribune, April 17, 1921
- Duluth Mayor T.W. Hugo yesterday presided over his last meeting as head of the city's governmental organization. Mr. Hugo had agreed to accept the appointment as mayor on Sept. 15, 1920, to fill the term of Mayor C.R. Magney when he retired from the office.
- Armed with 50 warrants, Duluth police last night arrested nine men, renewing the city's campaign against alleged blind pigs and whiskey runners. Last night's raids followed two weeks of investigation in which a mass of evidence was collected by city detectives.
- Duluth Lodge No. 28, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, has purchased the Spina Building at the corner of Lake Avenue and 1st Street for $72,500. The building will become the central headquarters for the Duluth lodge and allied institutions.
- Work on preparing the grounds at Ridgeview Golf Club, Duluth's newest golf course, is being rushed, and the course should be ready for play in July. Joe Dahlman, for years the assistant professional at Northland Country Club, has been hired as Ridgeview's professional.