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"f should think JURI would have been
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Pulled in for speeding the
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"Ten dollars for reckless driving,"
said the latter.
"But listen, judge," pleaded the
young man, "we were on our .vay to
have you marry us."
"Twenty dollars, then," exclaimed
the magistrate. "You're more reckless
than I thought you were."Boston
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An old negro woman came" into a
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Condensed Stories of Happenings
of the Week in Minnesota
MinneapolisThe Last Man's club
of the 151st Field artillery held its an
nual meeting here. About 25 mem
bers are expected and letters will be
read from members now scattered
throughout the country.
HibbingFor the first time in the
history of the state at this time of the
year there is no water in the swamps
in the northern part of the state. The
swamps are dry and fires in the low
places burn stubbornly. Overdrainage
of these lands is believed to be the
Deer RiverA virulent form of diph
theria is reported raging in the north
settlement, and one child, died after
a short illness. According to the in
vestigations made by the state labor
atory, the cases are those of black
St. PaulDr. |]Iias J. Durand, pro
fessor of botany at the University of
Minnesota and internationally known
authority on botanical subjects, died
at his home here after a long illness.
An operation last summer failed to
bring relief, and Drt Durand had been
MinneapolisComplete returns on
Minneapolis registration brought the
total up to 145,506 names or within
5,000 of the registration for the presi
dential election two years ago.
DuluthThe city fuel committee at
its next meeting will make plans for
the gathering and distribution of wood
from forests near Duluth, it was an
nounced by Major F. S Snively.
VirginiaOrgamzaton of several
purebred sire associations will soon
be perfected throughout this district,
according to plans announced by
County Agent, August Neubauer.
St. JamesPlans have been com
pleted for the fitting observance of Ar
mistice day in St. James. A parade
In which Civil, Spanish war and World
war veterans will take part, will be
one of the features.
CanbyA number of farmers in this
vicinity report that wolves have made
raids on their sheep herds, killing a
number of the animals.
Fergus FallsThe freight cars or
dered to the West by the Interstate
Commerce commission will arrive too
late to save the potato crop as the
shippers will not risk sending ont po
tatoes in ordinary box cars so late in
the season. This was the situation in
the potato country as revealed to O.
P. B. Jacobson, chairman of the Rail
road and Warehouse commission, and
N. J. Holmberg, commissioner of agri
culture, on the first day of their tour
in which they covered Alexandria, Car
los, Henning, Parkers Prairie and Fer
MinneapolisThe Northwestern Bell
Telephone Co., has installed 100,000
telephones in this city. This an
nouncement was made by local offi
cials. Minneapolis now ranks fifth in
number of telephones in use in the U.
HibbingTo encourage the use of
peat for heating purposes the staff of
the state mines department headquar
ters here is using peat to heat the
building. The dried peat has been
used by mixing with coal and separ
ately and it has worked satisfactorily.
DuluthDuluth will have juvenile
traffic cops, if the recommendations of
R. T. Hugo, chairman of the traffic
committe of the Duluth Auto club, are
carried out. It is proposed to station
school boys at crossings in front of
public school buildings to direct stu
dents across the intersections.
MinneapolisBond requirements of
the Board of Education for 1923 are
being prepared by administrative offi
cers of the board for presentation to
the board of taxation November 7- It
is unlikely the figure will be less than
the $2,500,000 fixed by the board of
taxation, officials said.
Faribault Minnesota's longest
stretch of paved highway, reaching
175 miles from Faiibault northward
chxough S Paul. Minneapolis S\.
Cloud and Little Falls, is now com
pleted. Road builders have poured
the last batch of concrete on Trunk
Highway No. 1 paving near Westcott.
Celebrations will be held at various
towns on the highway Nov. 9, 10, 11
St- PaulA bid is being made by
the Twin Cities to secure the proposed
Brotherhood of American Yeomen
community building for orphan chil
dren for this state. Minnesota has
a good chance of securing this institu
tion, according to officers of the asso
ciation, providing the citizens of the
state show proper interest. The Yeo
men's plan includes building a town
for the care of orphan children. The
program provides that within 10 years
the institution will Have 150 houses ac
commodating 15 children in each
home, together with their guardian
or foster parents. The project will
require an investment of $10,000,000
to $12,000,000 which will he provided
by assessments on the 300,000 mem
bers throughout the country.
CrystalFire of unknown origin
caused a $30,000 loss at the Elmhurst
Dairy farm, Crystal village, bringing
the total loss in mysterious dairy
farm fires to approximately $240,000
in a year. Authorities have decided
that firebugs are to blame for at least
fhre'e of the five blazes.
DexterA remarkable family gath
ering occured at the farm home of
B. F. King, in Sargeant township,
when six, brothers and one sister gath
ered for a reunion the oldest being
77 and the youngest 66. Their com*
bined ages totaled 494 years, and the
seven count 76 grandchildren
THE TOMAHAWK, WHITrl EARTH, MINN.
St. PaulA reduction of storage
rates on potatoes in Minnesota ware
houses from five and a half cents to
four cents the hundredweight per
month was granted by warehouse offi
cials, following a conference with O.
P. B. Jacobson, chairman of the Min
nesota Railroad and Warehouse com
WillmarThe Young People's Fed
eration of the Lutheran Free Church
of America will hold their annual con
vention here Nov. 2 to 5.
MinneapolisNeil M. Cronin, city
attorney, has notified Richard Tatters
field, secretary of the Public Welfare
board, that the organization has no
legal right to- donate $35,000 to pro
vide increased facilities at Glen Lake
for ambulatory tubeiculosis or to
spend that amount for the erection
of a tubercular hospital on county
property at Glen Lake.
DuluthFifteen complaints In which
the defendants seek redress totalling
more than $60,000 were filed in dis
trict court here on the last day of
filing notes of issue for the November
DuluthFollowing an executive ses
sion, the board of St. Louis county
commissioners reached a "gentle
man's agreement" whereby the 1923
county tax rate will be increased
about one mill.
WinonaThe yacht North Star, own
ed by Dr. W. J. Mayo of Rochester,
is at the dock here ready to leave for
a long cruise down the Mississippi to
DuluthDr. A W. Ryan, age 66, rec
tor of the St. Paul's Episcopal church,
died following a short illness. Dr. Ry
an was president of the St. Louis
County Humane society and the Min
nesota Humane society.
LuverneLuverne banks have taken
extra precautions against holdups by
having firearms placed within easy
range. Several long range rifles also
have been placed in second stories of
business houses which offer a clear
view to bank entrances for emergency
St. PaulRepresentatives of the
Greater St. Paul comw.tiee, the city of
St. Paul, the Northern States Power
company and the Markham, Kelsey,
Drewer interests attended a meeting
of the Wisconsin railroad and ware
house commission at Madison, at
which all applications for development
of waterpower on the St. Croix river,
MinneapolisLegislation aiming at
a "carnival proof" Minnesota will be
introduced into the next session of
the legislature by the Women's Co-op
erative alliance, according to plans an
St. PaulSt. Paul Boy Scouts will
pay $13,000 for a 60 acre tract on the
shore of Lake Elmo, 12 miles east of
St. Paul, to be used as a permanent
camp site, it was announced, following
a meeting of the Ramsey county coun
cil. There are 73 troops of Sqouts in
Ramsey county, with a total member
ship of 1,605.
Albert LeaFrank De Graff has sold
the hotel Freeborn here to E. E. Ar
nold of Mason City, Iowa, who will
take possession at once.
BralnerdAn area six miles long
has been burned over by forest fires
near Mildred, north of here, according
to reports reaching here, but the fires
have been extinguished. Fires near
Hillman destroyed a quantity of hay.
RochesterA group of business men
headed by Henry Schuster, a local re
altor, are planning to offer winter en
tertainment to young folk of Rochest
er and vicinity in a municipal dance
hall and outdoor skating rink this sea
St. CloudRev. E. V. Campbell, for
the last 58 years pastor of the Con
gregational church here, has resigned
The church's congregation has unani
mously elected him pastor emeritus.
A resolution was adopted for the plac
ing of a bronze tablet in the vestry
entry, which will bear the inscription
stating that the church was dedicated
by the life service of Dr. Campbell
and his wife.
MarshallA complete reorganization
of the Marshall Milling company will
become effective Nov. 1. Minneapolis
men have interested themselves in the
institution. The mill has a capacity
of 3,000 barrels of flour a day.
St. PaulGov. J. A. O. Preus has
proclaimed. November 4th Forget-Me
Not-Day. The day is observed nation
ally each year, Nov. 4, a week before
the Armistice anniversary.
MinneapolisDr. Boyd S. Gardner,
chief of the section of dental surgery
of the Mayo clinic, Rochester, will
speak before the Minneapolis Dental
St. PaulWherever common barber
ry bushes have been thoroughly eradi
cated in Western Europe black stem
rust has been brought under control
and the losses to grain growers re
duced to insignificant proportions, ac
cording to Dr. E. C. Stakman, plant
pathologist at the University of Min
nesota, who has just returned from a
six months' tour abroad. Dr. Stakman
is a recognized international authority
on the subject. He was sent to Eu
rope by the United States department
of agriculture to report upon the result
of foreign efforts to combat black stem
rust by eradicating barberry bushes
He said the evidence of the success
of this prevention method was even
stronger than he had expected to find.
Hibbingdemands that the sheriff's
office, probation agents and law en
forcement officials take steps to stop
the manufacture and sale of moon*
shine in the Nett Lake Indian reserva
tion were made in resolutions adopted
here by the grand jury.
HibbingA committee of represen
tatives of S Louis and Itasca coun
ties school boards now are making a
round of cities in Southern Minnesota,
to obtain first hand information on
school conditions. The information
gathered by the committee on its tour
will he used in presenting figures sad
arguments tc the state legislature^
Marcel Wave Is Fifty Years Old.
Marcel, the hairdresser, who created
the "wave" known by his name to
every woman, is going to celebrate the
fiftieth anniversary of his invention,
Just as there are anniversaries ef
poets, scientists and statesmen.
Marcel started life as a rather dif
ferent sort of artist. His father was
a stonecutter and tried to get his son
to follow in the parental footsteps,
but young Marcel dreamed of dressing
court ladies' hair.
Marcel made his million, and then
suddenly closed shop 25 years ago.
He started to Italy, but stopped out
side of Paris and bought a chateau,
where he is still living.
In That Sense.
"Do you believe in auto-suggestion?"
"I generally follow any suggestion
made by the motor cop, if that's what
you mean."Boston Evening Tran
They that know nv evil will suspect
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girls. Sent Post Peid
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and serviceable: made of best quality worsted
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W. N. U., Minneapolis, No. 44-1922.
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