News Tribune, June 15, 1921

  • Plans for construction of a modern fireproof hotel in downtown Duluth were announced yesterday. Newcomb and Company, proprietor of the Spalding and Holland hotels, has purchased 100 feet of property directly west of the Holland at Fifth Avenue West and Superior Street.
  • St. Louis County loggers cut over 26,400 acres of land during the past winter to supply the demand for pulpwood, ties, and other products. The winter was busy because of high prices offered early in the season for all wood products.
  • Duluth's largest electric sign, which weighs three tons, is now hanging in front of the Lyceum Theater building. The Lyceum sign is composed of five separate signs, each seven feet in diameter, and required 14,000 feet of wire to make it operational.
  • Members of the Daughters of Norway will meet in the West Duluth Masonic Temple this week for their national convention. Mayor S.F. Snively will welcome the delegates tomorrow morning, and an automobile tour of the city is planned for the afternoon.

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