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WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTEMBER 121, 1921
FINEST TRAINING FOR YOUTH
Business Man Tells Why H Would
Have His Son Got Full News
"Ts)fnfll ism. leadies that results
alone count, that excuses and equivo
cations) .nre,..,failure?,"., writes^Henry
Efcoti, vice president of a paper corii-
IiaiijiL "There is discipline in biff
newspaper offices that does not exist
in tHe average business, and that dis
cipline is based on the motto, 'No ex
cuses.' It is accepted in ordinary
business that when a man is toJd to
do something he usually expects}' de-:
tniietl instructions. 'Where do I go,
what do I do, how do, I do it, what do.
I .ask, and wbat will I do then,' are
the. questiofli^tbrtt sho^V
lH'lplessu| ss an^ Ihekj^iaction.
"On the sthe^)Bt^6j a reporter gets
this training as noone'else does. He
learns to lean ^n his own-initiative
He gets an assignment,,, plansbis cam
paign arid then carries It out without
asking any questions. When-an ob
stacle conies up in the path of the
average youiig man he stops and yells
for, help. But .a4,
learns to etthet go through it, knock
It down or skim around it in a hurry.
He has learne-d* that excuses can't be
cashed at the bank.
"If I had a boy, and wanted to give
him a rigid business training in or-,
der"'that h^i might, bring distinction to'
himself some day in his profession,
whatever it migh be, I would like to
give him about two years under a first
clasps city editor, the kind that com
niits mental murder three or four
times a night."
Tpasted^a Dead King.
Now that the city fathers of Paris
have got back from their trip to
Scandinavia, they are telling a mean
story on M. Le Corheiller, who, as
president of the municipal council, is
about as close to being mayor of
Paris anybody can be for Paris has
no mayor in the American sense.
jV. Le Corheiller was called upon,
at Stockholm banquet, to respond
to the toast of "La Belle France," the
president of the republic, and so forth.
Raising his glass of'applejack, he
"I drink to the health of King Oscar,
to that of the royal family, to the min
'!Thore was only one thing wrong,"
bis friends will tell you maliciously.
"l\ing Oscar is boon dead for the
last ten years."N'ew York Sun.
Furs taken in Canada in the 1919-
V.Y.10 senson were valued at more than
y2l.000.000, Ontario contributed the
greatest share, vyith Quebec in second
place. The. muskrat furs were first
in value,Amounting ,to nearly $6,000,-
ma'rteilrmihk, silver fox.
re'.l fox, ermine and skunk followed
.in* this order.
bought COAL early?
\X7HEN your wife 'phones the
office and complains "The
Flat's freezing, and there's no
coal"- Of course, you can get it, but
it's mighty difficult bdth for
you and for us to take care of
Remember, there are always
stragglers. Get out of the class
and don't wait for the last min
Smith Lumber Go.
OUR MACHINERY FOR
4 is most complete. We are in a posi
tion to repair any kind of machine,
to replace worn or defective parts.
I Sue}}/$ork is always wanted.in a hur
ry fdi an idle machine eats head
ctf inMost tilfte'Jand business-.7its
have a noji-workihg machine,,lfet us
put it?bac,lVon its job again.
RtAR OF 319 BELTRAMI AVE.
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Olive Tree's Enemies.
Besides the birds, there are numer
ous Insects which attack the fruit,
the wqod and the leaves of the olive
tree. The most dreaded of these la
a small fly called Dacus eleae, which
4s about half the size of J common
house fly/ The female has a sting
like a wasp, with which she punctures
the fruit where she deposits her eggs.
It Is'calculated that single fly will
thus destroy 300 or 400 olives.
"I am old'liSVhiofaea enpugbj? satd
the old lady with the angular,, face,
"to.believe'Jh,at honesty pay^..myv
deaf, ^oui^-iBep^ew.'' "Yefc^ qijit$
so," answered the" nephew, \fand dlSi
jfctmesty gets TttiM.''
It's hardpull for one wl?tise0e sight
Don't go through life with a handicapthe race is not only 'to the
swift,' but to those who are" fit."
Failing Eyesight is easily corrected, if you act in time.
With our modern equipment and long association in the fitting of
glasses enables, us to give you the service you should seek, when
you are in need of eye service.
Dis. Larson &fLarspn
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Northern Minnesota Fair
September 20 to 23
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and efficient handling of the accounts
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handling ojt your banking business, a
connection with thia bank will be
foufid desirable. ji
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