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MA N FOUNDIN
WOOOSNORHI
flFHIffil
BELIEVED TO HAVE1.
^agftalifv
i^ap
r,
Jii^ere berrying in the vicinity o^Uake
ifeick, north oflPin^wood. Mrs* NeK
.i(6n at once notified the authorities
^st|d County Coroner If. N. McKee was
i l^t.A.1? i 1-lil.
summoned to investigate th'e
f-Mr.
3BS&k& ^ndenliy been secluded in the woods
fo some time
"2w
i
er
r\
U:
.1-
p*
'trance thedoor House had been gained \S-,^P
oto
the which was securely
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SENEFTT BASEBALL TO
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Discovered by Berry
NeajT
^V^lfcjHjj^
.?$*-.* Friday Afcenioon
'1
4
SEEN DEAD TEN DAYS
County Coroner McKee^ Be
lieves Death Was Cautatl
tiTr" by Starvation "&$*
wa
v*--
a
ma
ajjjand
a
fun*
nea
^.Qulte--badly decomposed, tne~*
*-$* r-tmed house in -Libertyitowaship^es
.terday afternoon .by Mrs. Nelsori\and
chUdre MmiWS
casev^1e McKe visited tla place wfier
-^w ihe hody.wste foynd last night''and
W-3% 'made every effor .to Identify the bod
ifi ^p*JD was nnable tQ do so. No attempt
$ c^
I
^^V5
made-tot move'th badly^dey
body -and burial wm* be
f^v^jnjade? near-wbere 'it was found.l -'*l
^"^i It is beliftyed that tn was
*$**'- ."about
4B
aboe'man-.
a
0 years oea age and a wood^s-
J^n
m&% ^TMan-by trade. From all appearances,
Ei!
na
ma
J-V-*
h. 4or
g* ten days. He was clothed in mjijk-
aiMfWe
trousers, goj shoes, two3Splits4 .j^
^ott' Sv^lay
KS^SSSJS. foun4on the bod|, ifARTlMSON GBR TWO
^wsiy,of identification. In his ^feii^l
TPlpclcet were'found-a number ?heet? I
'ijipom1
a catalog, Abou two
b?a
^ASthroug.h the breaking ot the lower 7* (By United" Pressr)Martin-*
K^y 4 %,an1
Soor in th. Jain SJTlS Hi
i ^"been placed. More bark-was strewn
-sson .the floor. Thfrwalls
ofpaper
dust. Finger prints and' marks, ap
'pea/ed clearl on theewall as if th occupantThay
i at som tTni
been*ie
V-*.K ,Some_,tlme ago residents tn' the
^#Hvirteiny:y qf Pupofkv aboufc-elsht-miles
'p-Si JifwHn where tbe,body wa found no-
^Tv^ tilled Sheriff Andy Johnson that a
'v-*' ^wi whom tbey ibeliered insane waft
m*J3r'*
PRESIDENT HOWARD OF
UNITED PRESS RESIGNS
Wilt Become Business Manager
for Scripps-McRae Lbs
^sT .of Newspapers
a^*
(By United Press.)
New York, July 81.Announce-
ment of the resignation of Roy W.
Howard as president of the United
Press, to become business manager of
the Scripps-McRae league of-news
^papers, and the election,of, W^%
^awkins as president ot th United
Was made' today, effective
\3ntf H Hawkins, ^&ftM&^im$
Vthe organisation since its forme- jUrl y^T Buildmg
&S%> MIT, as was HowardT "Bothl^^^ A
$%ve .helped.the United Press
$&: \o one of the greatest news
or^&g^ons in the world,' serving
mort *#vyioon newspapers than any
other\ anisation.
lgg| SANBORN ASSUMES
NEW DUTIES MONDAY
swars
Mrs. C. R. Sanborn, who has been
engaged aa secretary of the Bemidji
Civic and Commerce association, will
take up-her duties on Monday The
position of secretary has not been
filled since H. M, Stanton resigned
to take up similar duties-forTfche
Grand Forks Commercial club. Mr.f
anaTZSii,gerav
loaned to Bemidj{ for,at
becfflning more popular each..~.v.^_ week
A
proving to be very
[Weisman and Goldmati Get
Months Each
au
TI2E JTE
Jo
son-
.No.tracelof food.or.provislons w*re' P^k FranWwQn his fourth straight
-found In the rouse and lnc It is! w^*
& ,ithbught that he had been llvift
k Adhere. Jt is believed that death was
starvation.
$f
sgsj *i/*i*#*V jnvimun
^'"n^
JLEW1S ORDERS OUTLAW
r^g.
'3i._0 sca
*Pracy
agony and had.tried to ellng to the Minneapolis from Winnipeg.
twall for support. J.
-r-
living alone, in the woods near there
^enUedlh^Mh*? m'atnattid S^ ?3* oSedn^da^l
\hl thought he woiild wander away*to if^&^f-f&^W&SM.
tarv to death. Nothing has been *j&$$&*
we qf him since in that vicInltyfX &
Hennepin county sheriff,
fome
wa
the rooms
-"oy-WS With cheap and
sentenced to two years to fort
Morris of the United' States district
court today. Mike Weisman and Ben
Goldman were each ..sentenced to
eighteetr months in prison and 45,000
fine. Alta were foun guilty of con-
smugglind whiskey into
BEMIDJI HA S REAL FIGHTE'
IN HEAVYWEIGHT FRANKLIN
That Bemidji has a mit artist who
is worthy of considerable mention
m'
i he unaDie^
AJ|-
a
^arrange fbr the express purpose of
Rearingsharp. up all debts of the city-teant
^ffn this way there is little expense
e clock This, game ,has been 7
?L ^attached.to the playing, with thVex-1
^ldye an, opportunity to witness a
aumter of fast games here before
iTtaU, will depend entirely upon the
Jaupport given .the teams tomorrow.
5^, An exceptionally interesting game1
^r assured among the-home boys and
*JPyoft is especially urged to turn
jfvX.to put the project over.
(By United Press.)
'Indianapolis, July 31.John Lewis,
l^- InWrnational president of the
Uniter
NEW BUILDING-
TO BE BUILT
FOR MANUAL
Bids Are
^Constructi
andJfe^r
after his departure to taks*'3up his
wqyk jn at."Paul it became necessaryf
to-immediately fill the position, and
"r|. Sanborn was selected by thethe
oard of directors.
tARGE ATTENDANCE AT
BIRCHMONT LAST NIGHT
Hi
^%eP*r^ aver pleasantenjoyable
A
Birchmont last evening a large J"*" HJ2KI ^ISS^.tt
o^A^.oA :..i..j{_ i.^J continue tb classes in th
attendance including a large number
of Bemidji people danced to the" ex
cellent music furnished by th% Syn
copator's orchestra. The regular
weekly dances each Friday night are
hirit
ivening'
wh
attended last
ww
ff?
vrp,YEARS 8'n.ifleai^Baofwe^W^fel'*. M9iMH^ O IN LEAVENWORTH
Miff^-^,*^^^-. S Franks^d^^r^S^nrv-lnJaliuil
x*%
_.___,
was clearly shown, by ths resuit ot, thrworHelng S S
of condition,
1 ,Ds,'
iin
pointed Jac of 'Bt, Louis in
eyery^rOundkofMoran a six-roun fight. 'Hej
was too clever for the Saint Louis
jhoyj an/f only because of his
3 AUSTRALIA N SAILS
.i-~ "reception of the players' salaries, and whichscores of policemen were un-.
|fcr.j ^t^is believed by Manager Sievert
aD?e
ip'tathat it wilt give the home, ball tita|td^y^:6aeering
4s'%nance to get back on a good ,fi-1 Ausltralia, as he sailed^ on the liner
^Aancial basis. Baltic for Queenstown in spite of the
?T Whether or not this city will con- "*fJthm-warning that he not he
^irtue to have a first class hall team Priitted
the remainder of the season and statements.'... i
MINE STRIKERS TO WORK mcEEASa) RAOROAti BATES
_,. Washington, July 31.-^rThe inter-
Mine,.Workers, today issued a formal'state Commerce commission today
Order directing all coal miners on tu4-| granted tne-railroads thft-jratel.4:
IOIWOI IBhe
*,&&*&* (.K, Ah*t
authorized storike to return to wort,
't
conditioi
tbjhang^ up xnock-1
MoranT was reported in excellent]'
IBPLAYE TOMORRO W Z^^Szfsmi^
vata latte^ was in his primeil|
TC- n -J*- J. tory o^er Gunboat Smith when the
*I!L3T~
i.t
h,
WJ**!*
an
Stars will cross bats at the ball park
FOR IRELAND.. MID CHEERS
:*44i:
Press.
Ne York Jul 31.) A crowd
handle gathered at^-th dock
Archbishop Mannix,
to land becauswould of his Iris
PRESIDENT'S HEALTH
s::j^mm%sT
feVrK
SINCE- ILLNESS
.J^ByXJnited-Press.)^^^'
Washington, July 31.--The past
seven days have constituted President
Wilson's finest Week since his illness.
Dr^ Grayson announced. The presi
dent accomplished a .remarkable
amount of work, Grayson said.
GRANTED BY CO] SSI0N
'W5 &$$}
(By United. Vr^f^^^^'
LaboraBoardajt creasesRailroadto camplying with President Wilson's increase in pay employees
demanded as result
BEMIDJI, MlNN., SATURDAY tVENING, JUL^l^ 1920
PRESENT QUARTERS TO
BE USED FOR CLASSES
High School Being Throufhly
Renovated and Eqnq
ment Cleaned -'V,
tB
irainlng instructdrF^Ul "arrive5ih*Be
inidji in about a week. He has been
instructor in the" Austin schools pre
vious to being engaged by the Bemid
ji 'Board of Education.
The room in which the manual
training has been carried on in theattorney,
past will be turned into three class
rooms, two for* the use of tbe Junior
department and one for the senior
High school.
The funds from the sale of
theMARINES
bonds on which the voters of Bemid
ji passed last spring will' not be
available^until September 1st, 1921,
and it is not expected that the con
tract will be let covering the new
building for which they are to betestis
ued until tbe spring or summer of
1921.
The High school building has been
thoroughly renovated, walls, celling
and seats and when the .pupils re
turn to school after tbe Summer va
cation they will find a very bright*
clean cheerful schoo as a result of
___,
nn
Mw
Lou,s
P^
Dre88
b,n
-^.i .^^88 those are hi? remains whteh%ere of t^e-six rounds and remarks "Al-
fgnind .yesterday near" Lake Erics:.
though not in the bestwhen
,.,l
ROYAL FUSILEERS
*ms
LAND IN IRELAND
London, July 31.^Detachments of
royal fusileers field
guns,
ATTINT10N:N
RESERVE
NA
a
Training Ship
Ba( Aidrad. fad1,tend.-to
of Owlfif
'jt-
Advertisement tor'bids for tbe(eon
struction of a one story building
thirty feet by one hundred and-thir
ty feet to be-erected at the west-side
the present High school building
are now
appearingdi^
botf local pa
This building is tto*erected
lo
manua,
*nais-
*n
tfvu8-
0n training and^sjehool gar
10 iby 30 feet will be, used to house
large school bus. The. manual
training workroom will be 30 by 51
feet and in addition to the workroom
there will be a mechanical drawing
room, finishing room, tool room-and*
closet.
^hnftlle_necessar'has.been .HHIHO^I-
high Schoo withou additionae
room and thislt.hMlftdsom metho adopt
ed by the Board of Education as the
most economical method of solving
the problem -and at the' same time- the
most feasible from .the standpoint of
possible construction at this .time.
The building will,have to be built
from current schW tunds as there tor summerjtomes
re no other funds available for tnls
purpose." It is planned to build''the
addition this fall. -v
New equipment has also been ord
ered for the Manual training'depart
ere for the Manua training depart- ^eis:
m*nt, in*Iudingcitortiw^nd^a^^HlKl|OH
landed
Queenstown,with Ireland, today
rt
a
he qut-
I
Moran holds a WpatfA v^c-
,BISHOP,.#yftiftr,^:.^..-'.,
:-.r*
S.rwU*J$faf World New* Today
--*+lM.\
^Start on Lake
AND
MflJTlA
Will
AiigiMi
ilfi
The naval trainim
start-ton a cruise
State* naval reservi
Itith en August 8
August-
aAft U. S. N
to get into
ex will
|e United
TSi frotn Du-
htch will ex-
mbers are
nwitb,
than
thisfl
thereby
service and
jpay for the
will receive
hg the time
Auguit 5th.
with the
quiMtfy for this yi
witt receive their re
yes In addition
regular navy pay
they are on the cruise.'
Every member of tjhe^serve force
is expected to part&ibtte in this
.cruise. If he does fH/te of course
wiftV".not get retainer nay" tot this
year, as this will beahe?8nly cruise
on|%bich he may qualify.^ The re
taiaer pay is equivalent4*, one-fourth
of, regular navy base pay.
A.ny member of the Bemidji naval
militia Unit also has the opportunity
ef'&sking the cruise.,'*,.
Transportation will furnished
to and from Duluth $o all members
of the reserve force dr\ Of the Befornio.
midji naval militia. V^f
CAPT. CWrffclV EATON.
HEW ROAD BEIHO ?OTIT
i AROUND I^UND LAKE
"'Considerable -workvhas- 4ee done
-clearing the right of. #ay^for the road
to [be built on the'ioju|h and east
chores of Island b&tffln the new
survey the road willJfoUow the south
shore past the Skoe fa^m to the sec
4ioh line and will th*|l turn east to
join the old road. -0.V
-vWhen this workincompleted, all
jparts of the .lake cfefrYbe reached by
automobiles. This mt qrben up a fine
section of farming $fdf as well as
making accessible trilfiy' beautiful lo-
Islaa
tySH ANENTLY
By.UniteHi#ress.
St. Paul, July 31.|MJoyernor Burn
quist today permffl^iltly suspended
William M. Nash, ttfej^nepin county
followii^i "hearing of
charges that Nashij^as involved in
the Winnipeg-MirtBekpolis whiskey
smuggling plot. pp,\
Columbia
HAYEfsUOES
0JFlOtYMPIC TEAMS
Washington, JuA^i,-The Ma
rines have landed-^g'aln. with three
frfftpara and five ni^oh the various
that will ca'r^'ilie American
colors in the OlymplC/games. Lieut.
Henry B. Liversedgft' of .California,
winner of the shqt^BUf'-and javelin
throw in the A. E. JFMhampionships,
Wf
MscDonal
was second only
in the shot put fl
en Muchic of Michel
in the. 155 poundsMoving
Private William J??
the 150 pound wret
W. Dulty Smith qf
coaching the Unite|
and on the .team y
Jackson of Missouri^
Fisher of Ohio, atfi
Isv Private Stev-
6VWon his place
class and
Ijlfelch of Iowa in
ing class Major
gpnnsylvania is
jtfttes rifle team
fallent, Joseph
geant Morris
eants Hen
"ji^S^ Known.
WAGES Of SlfTSUBJI
OFEVANGEUST
Sfn
Fewnaturaldium
lakes
Lak^4t i tts
beauty, with its un&ti&tly Une shore
line, well wooded and^cellent bath
ing
beachesv-r-Nortbj(^erRecord.
?haw *nd .BchrlvestfftHM, District of strOyed your rest. If the public knew
nninmM. M^' (Continued on Page 8)
WM0^tiGm^yay From 'Em
EVENING DISCOURSE
^Is Progressive in Effect
Continuous Sinning Makes
Hardened Sinner
Text: "The wages of sin is death.*'
Rom. 6:25.
In the first seven chapters pf Ro
mans, Paul is dealing
largely with the ques
tion of sin. In .the
first chapter he tails
us of God's
altitudeX?
toward' slit in' -the
second -chapter he
tells us that God will
not excuse sin in the
third chapter we areARMISTICE
told there is no difference, all haVe
sinned 'in the fourth-chapter In
forms of the way of .salvation .from,
sin in the fifth ot the atonement for
sin made by Jesus Christ in the
sixth he warns agalnfit allowing sin
to use our members asi instruments
of unrighteousness, and, the wor,ds.,pf
my text are the climax "of all and
warn of the penalty we must suffer if
we persist in a life of*sin and fail to
repent.
Tbe sin message is needed today (to
awaken the publio conscience. Elv
erywhere we go sin is seen In all its
Men have, always treated sin
too lightly. "Fools make a mock,of
sin." They are fools to do this be-armies.
raufe sin leads to death. Therefore
we dare not use soft words in dealing
with sin. As long as sin continues
to wnrk death as it does how we must
have the same quality as the big sins.
All sin is rebellion against God and
led n denth Oot hates Jl so mush
that He will chase you beyond the
boundaries of creation if you dare
to come to judgment an Impenitent
soul. One drop of poison is as cer
tain to destroy life as a cupful. A
hat pin jabbed into the heart will
kill as positively as the plungekof a
butcher knife. The bite of sin is
like the bite of a mad dogit results
in moral hydrophobia later on. The
wages of sin is death
Sin oan be clapsiflert under three
heads: Gross sin. respectable pin. and
the sfn of neglect The*e are some
pirn th are o black the man or
woiripn who niiv be ernlttv of them is
looked upon as A moral leper. Such
a op*n dishonesty, adultery or
murded will not only prove fatal so-
f\J}\\ hut will land many persons in
nrteon or on the gallows. Some may
nble to conceal their crimes and
"o escape the penaltv of violated laws
but the sins brand them Just the
fame, and sooner or later they
must suffer them.
Hear me! there are sins in this
town that are terrible! There are"
sine in people's lives they don't want
known.
There are sins that have de-
Soviet Army Leaders'
to Hare Disagreed With
%h' Trotakv'a Otdel^^i(
use strong words in referring to it. to obey War Minister Trotsky's .etKf.^
It wnuld be a crime to Put a pepsin ^ers to halt advance, Sd
,_i.-4 ,_...
.^j3k*fi
(By United Press.)it '."^'"L S^S
Warsaw, July 31. A bolshevikf 0{
revolution is reported to have rokan
label on a bottle of laudanum. I
would be murderous for a doctor t..
carelessly call a case of smallpox a
light attack of chlokenpox.
A sin has its origin in the human
heart. It has no existence apart from
Hvint men and women. An agent for
the Standard Oil company In a, west
ern state told me that'they advertis
ed vnrious kinds*' of oil such as Sun
light oil, Elecric light oil and Ra
oil, all at different prices, but
they all came out of the same tank.
There are various brands of sin but
they all oome out of the tank called
the human heart,' There may be a
million different brands of cufse&ness
bwjt they all come out of the-heart of
Sn^om of taem-ittay '^2E*S
little bins, but In Cod's sight theyTWBn
9*^f-
i
TREATY
plotted'" by leaders of the soviet
Relations between the JMOBH.^
cow government and the army in raefy
field 'are strained. SeriouB disagree^'/
ments are reported to have developed^:
General headquarters flatly refused v*
out in Kovno, resulting' in the over-*
.throw lav the Lithiunian jpvernment^
^Street fighting is severe.., 'L*J2fomf?,
(By United Press-f^*!
fightingT'contlnues, unless -reinforce- J'^
W
wm!
TOURISTS RUSHINC TO
MANY LAKE RtSORTS
(By United Press.)'
Cable, is alive with boats of sum
mer visitors. The lakes near Iron-1
Wood, and in Villas and Oneida'coutt
ties, have many visions. Officials bt
the Chicago and Northwestern Rail
road report the tourist movement to
the northern part of the state ex-,
tremely heavy.
One thing that is worrying the eotV
tagers and operators of summer re
sorts this year is the shortage of help.
A number of northern .Wisconsin
school teachers have agreed to hehs*
out.
v^P^
WILL BEGIN TOBfAT
rt
Goyernment. Mojr
Lithiunian
Thrown by Bolshevikii
-j Revolution
olshevik ^^Cl'y^
(By United Press*) kl^
Paris, July 31. Confidential,*
vices to "the foreign office ipdicj
that there was ground for the
that an attempt to overthrow ^aay'^^
bolsheviki government was .b^ttt^^i
-4 S-1
..Warsaw, July 81.Armistice ne
gdtiations between Poles and bolaha""t
viki began today. Polish delegates
crossed the armistice lines at 8 6'cloftlt'
last night. Meanwhile the reds weml
^reported to have invaded Galaeia
north of Brody, which has been eveoa-^r%^
ated. Lethberg must surrender Vt* v$j
.'T
Milwaukee, Wis., July 31.Tour
1st movement to the many lakes and
resorts in Wisconsin and Upper Mich--*
igan ports this summer will be un-,
usually heavy, despite the increased,
cost and the extremely cool weather
which has held the resort district la1
it* grip up to and including the fore
part of July.
Reports from Ashland, Wis., are to
the effect that there appears to be an1
unprecedented rush of tourists and ^sjr+tfei
fishermen to the lakes and summer
resorts of northern Wisconsin. The
resorts around Namakagon Lake are
fairly swamped, and Lake Owen, be
tween Ashland and Hayward, near
K^M
REPORTS OF SCATTERED
DISORDER OT IRELAND
London, July 30.'Reports of scat
tered disorder in Ireland WereTeceiv-^
ed today following a 24-hour calm. "f%
Much interest was manifested in a %Ti
new bill authorizing measures to
pacify Ireland.
MOTOR BOAT TH0R MADE
FIRST LAKE TRIP TODAY
At 10 o'clock this forenoon, the
motor boat Tbor made its first trip,.
on Lake Bemidji for passenger ser
vice. This boat has been put inte
operation by Andy Lee, and -with its
28 foot length is capable of caring
for a large number oMake resortens
going to and from their homes."' O
The round trip this morning In**-'"
eluded Diamond Point, Grand ^orka
Bay, Birchmont and Lavinia and was
made .in two hours. A similar "trip
was made this afternoon beginnln'g
at o'clock. At 4:30 o'cldtr a'Spe
cial trip will be made each day to
all points except Birchmont. An even-t
ing excursion will be made arouhf
the lake each evening beginning at'
7 o'clock from the city boat *ouseiff,
^*cg*
QOVERHOR AS 8TTOEWT
Madison, Wis., July 31.The Untff,
versity of WisconsiP has a governor
on its rolls of students. Agnstln L.
Alvarez is only 28 years old, yet he
has been for two years governor of**
Zamboang, the fourth largest pro-
vince in the Philippine Islands, a
criminal lawyer for four years, and sfr^
prosecuting attorney for six months
This youthful governor is now spend
Ing his twelve month's vacation fi
governor duties in taking a cov
economics at the University of
consin.
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