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W. N. U., Minneapolis, No. 35-1922.
Condensed Stories of Happenings
of the WeaktoMinnesota
JordanPolice continued their search
for the occupants of a car which was
mysteriously wrecked in a field near
Jordan. The car was badly wrecked
and with blood stains on the seats and
St. PaulThe honeymoon of Tony
Scandald and Susan Vilano, married
in St. Paul recently was interrupted
when George Quinn, 21 years old, was
shot during a fight that followed the
intrusion of uninvited persons at the
Virginia, MinnMiss Dorothy Con
nor of Gilbert is winner of the popu
larity contest stated in connection
with the American legion convention
DuluthDr. John J. Bklund, who
was shot to death in his office by an
insane man recently, left an estate
valued at $194,445. Dr. William J. Ek
lund, a son, is the only heir.
GilbertThe Genoa Mine, the oldest
producer in this section, is to close
down Aug. 31st.
AustinCrochet work by boys con
stitutes part of the school exhibit at
the county fair this year.
Stillwater, Minn.One thousand
children under the age of 12 are to be
guests of the local Elks lodge at a pic
nic at Crocus park.
St. PaulJudge William Louis Kel
ly, senior member of the Ramsey coun
ty district court bench, celebrated the
eighty-fifth anniversary of his birth
at his home in St. Paul.
_Red WingOne woman was criti
cally injured, another woman and a
man badly hurt and two others escaped
unhurt when a party of five automobil
ists en route from Ellsworth, Wis., to
the Twin Cities, turned completely
MinneapolisMrs. Earle Brown,
wife of Sheriff Brown of Hennepin
county, sailed for Europe on the Ma
jestic for a six weeks' visit in Eng
land and on the continent.
Hastings, Minn.Miss Alma Gunder
son of Ellsworth, Wis., was injured in
an automobile accident near Miesyille.
Her condition was considered grave by
Red WingBarney Steiner and a
Miss M. Paipal, both of Ellsworth,
Wis., were injured in an automobile
wreck near here. They received treat
ment in a Red Wing hospital.
Fergus FallsThe body of Mrs. Carl
Formo, living near Alton, south of
here, was found in a small lake near
her former home.
JLewiston, Minn.Public dances in
Lewiston on Saturday nights are for
bidden by an ordinance passed by the
Austin, Minn.Albert F. Knapp,
whose escape from the Rochester
state hospital for tie Insane Thursday
alarmed residents of Dexter, his old
home, has been captured.
MinneapolisWith both legs broken
as result, it is believed, of being kid
napped, carried 75 miles in an auto
mobile and kicked against a speeding
freight train, Warren Cogswell, 11,
was taken to the General hospital on
his arrival from Olivia.
WinonaPine Island won first hon
ors in the band tournament here un
der the auspices of the Winona Mu
DuluthThe new wing of the St.
Mary's hospital, costing $300,000, was
officially opened when Bishop John T.
McNicholas of the Duluth Catholic dio
cese blessed the edifice.
DuluthTwo steamers, carrying
combined cargoes of 645,000 bushels of
rye for export cleared from Superior
over the week-end.
Hibbing, Minn.Dedication of the
new home of the Hibbing Masonic
lodge tomorrow will be made the oc
casion of one of the largest gather
ings of Masons in years.
MinneapolisThomas Van Lear, for
mer mayor of Minneapolis, was named
as a candidate for county treasurer by
the Working People's Nonpartisan
league, and announced that he would
make the race.
St. PaulOfficial tabulation of live
stock entrjes by the entry department
of the Minnesota State Fair, shows
the biggest entry of stock and poultry
ever received by the fair.
MinneapolisA 12-year-old boy rout
ed two bandits from his father's groc
ery store by grabbing a revolver and
firing at the men as their backs were
St. PaulFailure of any of the 200,-
000 tons of coal allotted to the north
west by the federal fuel administra
tor to reach Lake Erie points has
caused C. P. White, federal fuel dis
tributor for the northwest, to send out
telegrams of investigation.
MinneapolisIn refutation of the
grand jury charges that gamblers and
bootleggers operated in Minneapolis
without molestation from the police,
Superintendent of Police A. C. Jensen
will publish statistics of police activi
ties against law violators.
OsseoDedication of the new St
Vincent de Paul Catholic church at
Osseo took place in the presence of
hundreds of former and present par
Red WingDr. Kretzschmar, a phy
sician from Munich, Germany, is com
ing to Red Wing to join the St. John's
hospital clinic. Dr. Kretzschmar will
arrive here this fall.
WinonaBoiling sulphuric acid was
thrown into the face of Edward H.
Duis, part owner of a battery company
here, when a battery he was repairing
exploded. His face was severely
Austin, Minn.0, V. Miller, long a
well known merchant here and In Des
ter, a small town la Mower county,
was found dead on the John Hagan
farm, near Dexter, Heart disease la
given as the cause of death.
SavageThree barns on the dairy
farm of Aria Streefland at Orchard
Gardens, 15 miles south of Minneap
olis, were burned to the ground. The
value of the buildings was placed at
$10,000. Along with the barns hay and
machinery were destroyed.
Fairmont, Minn.Judge E. 0. Dean
has filed an order denying anew trial
to M. F. Roberts, former principal of
the local high school, la the case in
which Mrs. Roberts was granted a
WinonaThe first heat victim in the
vicinity of Winona was reported. Em
ery L. Johnson, aged 51, a farmer re
siding near Canton, died at bis home.
EllendaleThis village will have a
full high school course for the first
time in its history when the Ellendale
Consolidated district opens Sept. 18.
MoorheadJudge C. A. Nye of Clay
county district court, announced the
appointment of W. E. Granthan of
Bismarck, as official court reporter of
the seventh district, to succeed Ed
ward H. Hagen, resigned.
Minneapolis Pieces of jewelry
which had been obtained from differ
ent parts of the world were stolen by
a burglar who ransacked the home of
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. St. Clair.
Owatonna, Minn.Herbert Joestring,
fullback on the local high school foot
ball team and captain of this year's
squad, has announced that eight veter
ans will answer the first call for foot
ball here this fall.
MankatoThe new Lincoln school
building here will cost approximately
$420,000, including the site, or less
than $10,000 a room.
FairmontSeveral buildings were
wrecked and crop damage to corn, es
timated at 25 per cent resulted from
the second severe storm within two
DuluthHeavy rains which fell in
northeastern Minnesota enabled fire
fighters to improve their positions and
drive the 150 fires burning in the dis
trict back from their edges.
StillwaterForty-two life termers
at the state penitentiary here have
been pardoned in the last 10 years, 53
had their sentences commuted and 11
have been paroled, according to sta
tistics furnished by F. A. Whittier,
state parole agent.
MinneapolisArch Coleman's ap
pointment ab postmaster of Minneapo
lis has been confirmed by the United
States senate, according to a dispatch
from the Washington bureau.
DuluthOne hundred dollars a day
is the salary of Byron T. Gifford, val
uation expert representing the city of
Duluth in its telephone rate investiga
tion, city officials said. Six assistants
receiving salaries ranging from $20 to
$50 a day also will be paid by the
Red WingFour women will serve
on the Goodhue county grand jury in
October. They are Mrs. Elizabeth Ful
ton, Mrs. Alma M. Holset and Mrs.
Catherine McGuigan of Red Wing and
Mrs. Selma Larson of Zumbrota.
St. PaulThree hundred twenty-five
pounds of the Nprthwest's choicest
butter, sent from dairy farms in Min
nesota and surrounding states, awaits
the opening of the Minnesota State
Lake SylviaA group of seven
Northrup collegiate school girls have
gone up to Camp Ahiti, Lake Sylvia,
to remain until the end of the season.
WatervilleWaterville will have a
street fair Sept. 14, 15 and 16, it was
announced. The fair will be the first
effort of the newly organized Water
ville Street Fair association, of which
L. J. Evering is president.
WillmarThe Salvation Army is
laying the foundation for a new hall
at Willmar. The building will be a
two story brick structure and will cost
St. PaulCoolidge day, in honor of
Vice-President Calvin Coolidge, will be
observed at the state fair Wednesday,
Sept. 8, when the vice-president will
attend and deliver an address.
DuluthMost of the 400,000 tons of
coal scheduled to arrive in Duluth and
Superior this week will go to these
two ports, it was announced. This,
movement from the Lake Erie ports
is the first since the strike.
Wessingon Springs, S. D.More than
an hour's rain feh here, the first in
six weeks: The moisture was needed
for potatoes, corn and pastures The
rain was accompanied by some hail,
which caused little damage/
GilbertRussell Johnston, for the
last eight years principal of the Gil
bert schools, has resigned and accept
ed a position as principal of the junior
high school department of the normal
school at River Falls, Wis
MinneapolisEstablishment of a
colony for epileptics to be situated
north of the Twin Cities and to be
separate from the School for the
Feeble-Minded, will be requested of
the next Legislature by the State
Board of Control.
St. CloudLocal police and the St.
Cloud Times owner are puzzled by a
mysterious robbery of the plant, ac
companied by a threat of dynamiting.
All the linotype machines were strip
ped of their space bands, a very neces
sary part of the machines.
St. PaulWorn out by its fight with
northern Minnesota forest fires, its
tail drooping, its big feathers singed
and strength nearly gone, a carrier
pigeon of S. W. Cohen, St. Paul, re
leased at Virginia-with new* of the
American Legion convention, gallantly
fluttered into its home.
Luverne, Minn.Hail early last
night, accompanied by high winds,
caused heavy damage to the crops in
this section. It is estimated that 50
per cent damage was caused to late
crops in Rock county. Many trees
were uprooted and telephone and out
THE TOMAHAWK, WHITE EARTH. MINN.
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Children Cry For
Your Friend, the Physician.
The Wstory of all medicines carries with it the story of battles
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