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During the riots in Londonderry,
when the old Roman city was divided
into hostile camps of belligerent
Protestants and Catholics, an associ
ate of mine, who went there to report
the developments for the Times, was
arrested, first by one camp and later
by another. Each time he was re
leased, and he was finally given the
freedom of the city. When asked
how it happened, he replied that, be
ing charged with. espionage, he was$6,300
closely questioned but his fate was
decided by his answer to one leading
question, which both parties asked:
"Are you Catholic or Protestant?"
His reply was simple and effective.
"NeitherJournalist."Carl W. Ack
erman in Atlantic Monthly.
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Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
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"William," said Mrs. Peckem, stern
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Mrs. Peckem stiffened up haughtily.
*A horse thief, did you say, William?"
"Yes, my dear. I heard he carried
off two or three nags from this dis
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"Girlie, what was the name of that
opera you saw?"
'The Belles of Organdy.'
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Condensed Stories Happenings
of the Week in Mfauesota
MeIbyBandits made two attempts
to break into the hank here, but were
driven away in pistol battle with
citizens who were aroused by^ their
attempt to get into the bank.
CrookstonO. T. Cleveland, aged
73, is in a hospital in a helpless con
dition, the result of having been
abandoned in a shed near Beltrami for
three or four days without food or wa
MarshallThat sweet potatoes and
peanuts can be successfully, raised in
southwestern Minnesota is demonstra
ted at the Lyon county fair. Rev. E.
A. Birkholz showed some exceptionally
Fergus FallsDelbert Franklin, well
known farmer of Woodside, this coun
ty committed suicide by hanging from
a rafter in a barn, using a clothes line
for a rope.
MinneapolisRobert Mueller, teller
at the First National, in jail charged
with embezzlement of $2,100, in an al
leged confession to John Faltico, is
said to have admitted that he
"planted" with a girl in Winona.
MedfordOctober 30, Medford vot
ers will vote for the second time on
the Question of incorporation of
village into a city.
Long PrairieThe grand jury has
returned indictments against Birney
McTague and W. J. Hughes charging
them with the murder of George Wil
liams, village marshal.
EvelethA large colony of Danish
farmers are being sought for the eas
tern end of the Meseba range .by Eve
leth business men. Plans to give ma
terial aid to settlers are under way.
EvelethOetober 21 has been de
cided on as the date for the celebra
tion in connection with the opening
of the Miller trunk highway.
Battle LakeThe funeral of John P.
Moses, 78 years old, was held here.
He was a Civil war veteran and been
a resident of Minnesota since 1866.
Biwabik The Todd-Stambaugh
company which operates the Biwabik
mine has announced an increase in
wages of 15 per cent effective as
Sept. 1. The mine employs about 100
men. The company also operates
mines at Hibbing, Chisholm and Buhl.
DuluthMrs. Emma Comeau, age
35, was instantly killed when an auto
in whidh she was riding turned over
on the Listmore, road. Three other
occupants of the car escaped without
St. PaulFirebugs suspected by far
mers of aiming attacks at dairy farms
near the twin cities were bunted by
state, county and city authorities, fol
lowing three fires in a month, the loss
Red WingIt looks now as if there
will be some question of obtaining suf
ficient coal to operate the schools
throughout the winter. The fuel com
mittee has reported to the school
board that only two of the schools
have any coal in the bins.
St. PaulThe new football regime
at the University of Minnesota may
not win the Big Ten football title this
year, but it will have more co-opera
tion from everyone who. has any in
terest in athletics than in many years.
HibbingIt is estimated that addi
tional revenue amounting to $15,000
per quarter will be brought into the
village treasury by increases in water
and gas rates ordered by the village
TowerJohn Fogelberg, well known
merchant, was drowned in Lake Ver
million when he fell from his motor
boat. His companion, J. H. Hickey,
Sr., was asleep in the boat and when
he awoke Fogelberg was gone. The
body has not been recovered.
WinonaSeated in a mud puddle
playing, after being lost overnight,
Olene, two and one-half years old,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Soma,* was found none the worse for
CaledoniaClarence Hastings and
Albert Goropeshek, convicted of viola
tion of the prohibition laws, escaped
from the county jail here by cutting a
hole in the roof and sliding 50 feet to
the ground by "means of a rope made
WinonaAt a conference of Minne
sota and Wisconsin highway officials
here plans were adopted looking to
the incorporation of roads at the ap
proach 'to interstate bridges on thethat
Minnesota-Wisconsin boundary into
state trunk highways. The plans will
be presented to the legislatures of thework,
two stafes. Cities affected by the
plan are Winona, Red Wing and Still
water,} Minn., and La Crods, Hudson
and Prescott, Wis.
PaynesvilleThe contract for theMinnesota
construction of Paynesville's new com
munity building was awarded to Wil
liam Schuler of Fergus Falls on hisStone
bid of $12,000. Work on the new
building will begin the first of next
week, and it is to be completed by
Dec. 10. It will be constructed of tile,
concrete, brick and steel, will be en144.35.
tirely flreprof, and modern through
Minneapolie Seriously Injured
when their motor truck struck a
parked horse and buggy and turned
over, Anton Seiler, storekeeper at
Fridley, and his wife were taken to
the General hospital. Mr. Seller, who
is 57, suffered a fractured arm, while
Mrs. Seiler, 54, sustained a broken leg.
St. PaulMayor Arthur H. Nelson
and Corporation Counsel C. F. Mc-
NaUy hate been authorized by the St.
Paul' city council to go to Washington
and appear before the department of
the interior in connection with St
Paul's application for power right on
the St Crete river _.-
THE TOMAHAWK. WHITE EAflTH. MINN.
WinonaChester Pease, 38 years
old, serving in the county Jail for rob
bery, has been released and will be
come an evangelist, delivering his first
sermon here next week. He was mar
ried in jail last May to Miss Harriet
Stahman, Winona school teacher.
DuluthA general questionaire ad
dresed to Duluth wood yards shows
them all oversold. The demand for
stove wood, which in normal times,
shows a falling off during* end of the
summer, now shows a heavy increase
over all .previous years.
MoorheadMrs. C. J. Nye and her
daughter, Verna, were badly bruised
when their car was struck by another
on a country road. The driver' of the
other car is being sought. He refused
Mrs. Nye's pleas for medical aid, and
PipestoneCarl A. AmundsOn of
Fergus Falls has purchased the Royal
hotel here and has taken charge. Mr.
Amundson obtained the property from
W. A. Barkley of Fergus Falls.
AnnandaleWhile playing with a
number of companions, Angus Kivala,
a 7 year old girl, was caught in a
sandbank cavein and smothered to
Thief River FallsSamuel T.
Johnson, 82 years old, veteran of the
civil war, and pioneer in this section,
is dead at the family home here.
ChisholmThree banks of Chisholm
served notice on the city council that
they would immediately discontinue
village warrants. Funds
of the city are near the point of ex
CrookstonMoorhead was selected
the 1923 meeting place of the ninth
district convention of the Degree of
Honor lodge at the close of its annual
meeting here. Two hundred delegates
represented Crookston, Walker, Cass
Lake, Moorhead, Breckenridge, Bemid
ji and Fergus Falls lodges were pres
LuverneThe engine on an ensilage
cutter on the farm of Lee English,
near here, exploded, hurling parts of
the machine more than 200 feet, sev
eral of them going through the wall
of. a concrete silo.
Hibbing The Game Protective
league of Hibbing wants Game, War
den George Wood back on the job.
When Wood resigned temporarily, he
offered to serve without pay. Now he
is back on the job in pursuit of game
law violators, but in the meantime, the
game and fish commisisoner, Carlos
Avery, has made no provision: for
OwatonnaThe Owatonna fuel com
mission has been formed here, as the
result of appointments made by Mayor
W. C. Zambonl with F. W. Sawyer as
chairman and V. F. Leary as secretary.
The commission is conducting a sur
vey of fuel wood resources in Steele
St. CloudA delegation of 1,000
from the twin cities is expected to at
tend the state convention of the Fed
eration of German Catholic societies
of this city Sept 24, 25. and 26. Seven
societies from St. Paul are planning
on coming in a body.
NorthfieldRegistration figure*, in
complete, show an enrollment of 712
students at Cafleton college, there be
ing 349 men and 363 women. Regis
tration is continuing.
DuluthProposal to submit the ad
dition of moneys and credits in
luth as taxable property to a refer
endum of the people was approved by
the city council, which authorized the
city charter commission to draw an
amendment to be referred to the vot
ers. If the amendment is carried, ap
proximately $720,000 will be added to
the city revenue.
Red WingCharles J. Nelson, flag
man for the Milwaukee railroad for
the past 10 years, dropped dead in his
shanty at a crossing here just after
flagging a train.
St. CioudThe city council has au
thorized the city attorney to prepare
an amendment to the taxi ordinance
dropping the property damage insur
ance, but retaining the personal liabil
ity feature. The ordinance, as now
proposed, will require taxi operators
to take out insurance costing $125
yearly, with limits of $5,000 and $10,-
St. PaulImmigrants to Minnesota
and adjacent states shipped thirty
five carloads of livestock, poultry, ma*
chinery and household goods through
the Minnesota transfer during the
month of August, as reported by Oscar
H. Smith, State Commissioner of Im
migration. Thirteen of the thirty
five carloads were destined to north
ern Minnesota points, practically all
being owned by settlers moving from
Iowa, Illinois and Nebraska to new
homes in this state. Due to the fact
formers in the middle west and
northwest states are busy completing
grain threshing and commencing fall
August is classed as one of the
"low-ebb" months of the year in the
matter of moving settlers to new lo
cations, and Mr. Smith looks for an
increase in the number coming to
during September and Oc
Fergus FairsThe St. Cloud Crushed
company filed a bankruptcy pe
tition In the United States court here
today, placing its assets at $80,015.64.
of which $78,111.64 is In buildings and
machinery, and its liabilities at $164,-
Its heaviest creditor is the
First National bank of St. Cloud, to
which it owes $13,228.
Thief River FallsPure drinking
water is assured this city after Jan.
15 next, through the awarding of a
contract by the city oouncil for a mil
lion gallon daily filtration plant, cost
ing $35,000. C. M. Carlson, of this
city, will erect the structure.
8 PaulScalped when her hair
caught in a power shaft of the machine
she was operating at Lindeke, Warner
& Sons, Miss Marie Ahearn, aged 62,
2,40 White Bear road, St. Paul, submit
ted tc an operation at the St. Paul city
hospital in which her scalp was graft
ed. The operation apparently was SUM
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706 Louisa St., New Orleans, La. "I
Most was trying to sell Sambo a
mule. The mule was lying on the floor
of the barn. "I doan' wan no dald
mule," said Sambo.
"He ain't dald," said Mose and
with his whip be forced the mule to
a standing posture. But Sambo re
mained cold on the proposition.
"Ah see he ain't dald," said Sambo.
"But he kain't run, an* Ah done wants
a mule as runs."
Mose, thus challenged, Mith a vigor
ous kick so energized the mule that
away It went, running down the street,
with marvelous speed.
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the mule was short-lived, for bang,
the mule ran head-on into a tree.
**Fo' de lord," exclaimed Sam, "he
ain't dald he kin run, but he's blind.
Ah, doan' wan no blind mule."
"What's dat you say?" cried Mose.
"You all calls a mule like dat blind?
Why, lordy, lordy, boy, dat mule ain't
blind. He Jes doan' give a whoop!"
The Last, Word.
The argument started with the soup,
progressed during the fish, swelled
visibly when the Joint came, until at
dessert husband and wife were so
thoroughly indignant that they could
continue no longer.
"I don't know what would happen,
Paul, if you ever agreed with me on
any subject," she finally said plain
He looked at her, and sighed bit
"I'd be wrong," he said'Td be
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Anita had a new dress which con
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certainly doesn't behave well."
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"I was completely run down and
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SAM SURELY MISJUDGED MULE HAD TO MAKE FULL ROUND
Libelous to Call Animal Blind When
its Only Fault Was Absolute
Lack of Fear.
Clergyman Who Wanted to Teat Vlr.
Hies of the Treadmill Given Full
A Britisher tells a story of a mem
ber of the clergy who took too large a
mouthful on one occasion.
He was visiting the county jail and
expiated to a friend who was with
him on the virtues of the treadmill.
Warming up with his theme, he de
clared that he often wished he had one
at home to give him the gentle exer
cise he required, and to remove his
friend's skepticism, he asked the
warden to give him a turn.
Round went the wheel, the clergyman
declaring that the movement was de
lightful but after two minutes he had
had enough and desired the officer to
stop the mill. To his horror the offi
"Very sorry, sir, but I can't. ^It's
timed to go 15 minutes and won't stop."
Couldn't 8ee It.
It was supper time, the house was
lighted and the family was seated
around the table for the evening meal.
The meat platter was passed around,
the mother helping the younger chil
dren. Due to miscalculation, the sup
ply on the platter was not as great as
usual, and as a result the slices were
smaller. Little Agnes, six years old
and hungrier tharr usual, noticed this
and whispered, "Mom, I can't see my
"Dearest," whispered the movie star
who had temporarily busted his crust
while doing a stunt. "If I should die
would you marry again?"
"Why, what In the world would your
dying have to do with It, darling?" sur
prisedly replied his wife, the well
known vampire.Kansas City Star.
Norma"What made Evangeline
catch cold?" Florence"Exposure.
She went out with no powder on."
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MODERN DANCE SUMMED .UP
Many Will Say That Farm Hand W
Not So Much Out of the Way.
in Hie Description.
Irene Castle said at a luncheon at
"Some men dance In away that re
minds me of a story.
'Howdy) Josh,' a farm hand said to
another farm hand. 'Why ain't jm
been coraln' to the new dancln' clan
In the Elks' hall down In the villager
"'Dancln' class?' said the second*
farm hand. *Haw, haw, haw I
couldn't never learn dancln'.'
'Sure, ye could,' said the first farm
hand. 'Why, it's dead easy. All y
got to do Is keep turnln' round and
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Understood the Feeling.
"You udmit you were speeding?"
"Yes, your honor."
"A frank confession goes a long
way In this court. What excuse hava
you for exceeding the speed limit?"
"A man in a little old rattletrap
flivver drove up behind me and bawled
to me to get out of the way and let
somebody use the street who could
get more out of one cylinder than
could get out of six."
"Umph! I do a little motoring my
self. I'll let you off with the minimum
fine this time." Birmingham Age
"Do you think the films are educa
"They may be in some lines," an
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arms. The average film hero handle*
rifle like he had accidentally picked
It up Instead of his walking stick."
"The latest thing is the dlshrag
sweater." "Ought to go nicely with
the bath towel skirt."
If we all kept our troubles to oniv
selves would sympathy dry up and g*