News Tribune, May 1, 1921

  • Beginning this morning, fresh milk will be delivered to Duluth homes for 13 cents a quart, a drop from 14 cents due to the increasing production of milk in the area. Similar reductions are expected in the prices of butter and cheese.
  • Couples who plan to court within Duluth's parks may find themselves in violation of new rules issued by Park Superintendent Capt. Henry Cleveland. Couples will be allowed to hold hands on park benches, but promiscuous kissing will result in expulsion from the park.
  • Superior police yesterday arrested an unidentified member of the International Workers of the World who was distributing May Day riot propaganda. The man, who was deported from the city, had in his possession pamphlets urging the overthrow of the government by violence.
  • The "own-your-own-home" movement in Duluth is gaining headway with 20 permits for new homes issued last week in the office of Duluth Building Inspector Adolph Anderson. All of the homes are of frame construction and range in cost from $2,000 to $4,000.

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