News Tribune, May 3, 1921

  • Work to complete the grading of the Miller Trunk Highway is in full swing this season. Nine crews totaling 350 men are working for S.J. Groves & Sons contractors, and another 150 are employed by a number of subcontractors.
  • Arguments in the Carlton County-Moose Lake fire cases for 800 plaintiffs resumed yesterday before the five district judges who have been hearing the cases since Sept. 20, 1920. Each side will be allowed two and one-half days to present arguments.
  • Many Duluth motorists have expressed interest in taking the tour over the Theodore Roosevelt International Highway to Glacier Park this summer. Tour participants will leave Duluth around July 4, spend a week on the road, and then attend a special celebration in the park.
  • Streetcar service over the new route from Chisholm to Hibbing should start by Aug. 1, according to Mesaba Railway Company officials. All steel track has been laid as far as South Hibbing, and poles will be set in place as soon as the ground thaws.

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