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MjRDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1921
DUTY NOW BEFORE
ORGANIZED LABOR
Not all of the people in this country
view the rise of organized labor with
satisfaction. There are those who
still think of labor as something to be
used to make money with, and to he
discarded, scrapped or traded in, jtist
'as machinery and marketable goods
'are handled.
This theory of labor will continue to
cause industrial trouble, and labor
will have many occasions for the ex
ertion of the power It possesses both
in industry and in government.
That labor can win every just battle
and that the influence "f labor in the
affairs of the country can continue to
increase will admit of no doufit just
as long as labor remembers that might
never made right.
If there is a danger that threatens
i organized labor in this time, it is not
a danger due to weakness, but to
Labor's Only Weapon.
There is only one way by
which the workers can control
their power to produce that is,
by being in a position to work
or to withhold their labor until
they can secure fair wages and
fair conditions of work. No
wage-earner can have this pow
er alone, but collectively they
can force employers to agree to
fair terms.
Honor "Merry Monarch."
Dow* to the middle of the last cen
tury the statue of Charles I at Char
ing Cross, London, was decorated on
each May 29 with boughs of oak, while
in towns and villages large branches
were hung, from the windows and up
right boughs placed against the doors.
The oak was chosen in delicate allus
ion to King Charles II having hidden
in the oak tree at Boscobel after the
battle of Worcester. The custom was
not always looked upon with favor,
for in the memoirs of a parish clerk
written by John Arbuthnot about 170
years ago, one finds the statement
about "Amos Turner, a worthy per
son, rightly esteemed amongst us for
his sufferings In that he had been hon
ored in the stocks for wearing an oaken
bough."
Find Gold In Coal.
In describing tno Cambria coal field
of Wyomlug, an expert mentions the
interesting fact that gold and silver
are present In small quantities in the
coal, sajs the Christian Science Moni
tor. From the occurrence of iron
pyrlte, which is distributed through
out the conl seam, It Is suspected that
this mineral carries the precious
metals. The coke made from the coal
is used in the smelting works," and
averages from one to two penny
weights of gold a ton, which is suf
ficient to compensate for a high 'ash
content. There has been a similar
occurrence in South Africa. The coal
occurred in small seams running
through the quartzite ore, and In
places was quite rich in gold, the ash
being colored a bright purple by the
finely divided particles of metaU
,iw
=0
strength. Workers in many fields of
Industry have had much to bear in
the past, and many of them have
brought from the old country a feel
ing that, no matter \t hat labor does, it
cannot even the score by inflicting as
i many injuries upon society as society
has inflicted upon labor. There is also
i among workers, as among all men,
I that common human selfishness, which
I says "take what you can get," and it
'will be at work moving men to use
the power of labor simply with a view
to immediate selfish interest.
Against this tendency stands the
ifact that men who are normally con
stituted acquire a sense of responsi
bility as they acquire power. This
'has been true of labor leaders, as a
[whole, and must continue to be true
if labor is to retain the general sup
.port which, 3'ear after year, it has
'been gathering to itself.
An attitude of forbearance, of re
gard for the common good and disre
ga rd of an immediate possible gain
i illustrates in a high degree the atti
tude which organized labor, however
I powerful it may become, should take
to attain its highest usefulness. Pure
unselfishness is demanded of no class
in tnis practical world, but the en
lightened selfishness which sees the
good of one class in the prosperity of
all is fairly demanded of labor and
every other classChicago Tribune.
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Aas BuggiesThings have changed since father was a boy
FOR SALECity Property
An advertisement in this col
umn is the least expensive
salesman you can employ.
FOR SALECITY PROPERTY
PQR SALE21 lots Inqune 1309
Beltrami. Phone 794-W lt9-3
GOOD LIVE Business Tor sale. Splen
did opportunity for right party.
Address care Pioneer. 7-15tf
FOR SALE OR RENTSix-room
house, East Bemdji electric
lights, good wood shed, water
Lardwood floors. Vacant Sept. 1
Call Ole Toftum, 411-W. 4t 9-3
FOR SALEFARM
PROPERTY
PARiM FOR SALE80 acres im
proved, 9 miles from Bemidji, in
cluding 3 horses, cow, implements,
etc. Bargain. Address Andrew
Rood.
FOR SALEForty acres of good land
near Gonvick. Present owner lives
too far from land to make use of
same and will sell for $25 per acre. I
/Might trade for Bemidji property. I
Address Tiller, care Pioneer. 8-17tf
FOR SALE80 acres improved clay
farm House 24x24 on stone foun
dation. Log barn, 2 other build
ings. About 20 acres cleared, 30
acre3 of pasture, has water year
round, fine hard maple grove round
house Located 3-4 mile east Little
Bass lake, 3
lk
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CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENTS
miles east of Lavina,
2 V& miles from Dam. Aiso 1 cow,
3 horses, harness, wagon, plow,
drag, cultivator, -plow Price
$3200 for all, for all cosh might
take some less Would consider
good Ford as part payment. Easy
terms. E. Willi ts, phone 285-W
And How Many There Are!
An old fool i5*
one who thinks that
when a pie girl smiles at him she's
flirting instead of laughing at him.
Toledo Blade.
Fox Eats Entrapped Foot.
When caught In a trap by one of its
feet, a fox has actunlly been known to
bite off and swallow the entrapped
foot in order to free itself.
Hanev-Davidson Motorcycle*
Bicycles and Supplies
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP
311 Sixth St.Bemidji
HUFFMAN & O'LEARY
FURNITURE AND
UNDERTAKING
H. N. M'KEE
Funeral Director
PHONE17S-W r II
FOR SALETamarack woo*. Call
714 Minnesota, avenue. Pbone 544
4-att
FOR SALEL. C. Smith typewriter
in fine condition. Late mode and
good as a new one. Pioneer Sta
tionery Store. 8-17tr
FOR SALERipe tomatoes Call at
the Stonehous efarm, two miles
north of Normal school, on Birch
mont road. 6t 9-3
FOR SALECoropation seals, corpor
ation record books with divisions
for minutes, articles of incorpora
tion, by laws, minutes for direc
tors' meetings, stock ledger, stock
certificate register, transfers and
dividend register. Inquire at Pio
neer Stationery Store, 403 Bel
trami avenue. Telephone 799-J.
S-18U
For an insignificant cost
an advertisement in this
column will turn the
deat
FOR SALEGood auto. Phone 654
8-20tf
FOR SALEiFord coupe, 1920 model
Starter and demountable rims
Cheap if taken at once. Call 77
or 710. 8-31tf
FOB KENT
FOR RENTTwo furnished rooms
America avenue. 3t9-7
FOR RENTModern house. Call at
1115 Lake Boulevard 9-2tf
FOR RENTAuto garage, down
town, good location. Phone 131.
8-lltf
FOR RENTOne modern furnished
room. 515 Bemidji avenue.
7-27tf
FOR RENTOne modern furnished
room Call at Cth and Lake Boule
vard. 3t9-6
FOR RENTUp-to-date suite of office
rooms. Inquire Drs. Larson & Lar
son, 213 Third street. 8-lltf
FOR RENTFurnished front room
2 gentlemen preferred! yCall/ at
623 Sixth st. Phone 682 3t9-7
FOR REiNTModern/ fouj-rooi
apartment with bath and kitchen
ette New Kaplan building.
for at time of insertion will be charged for at ONE CENT a word, and tiien only to those having open accounts on
our books. No ad taken for'ess than twenty-five cents. When other methods fail try a Pioneer want advertisement
FOR SALE
31t
LOST AND FOUND
LOSTPair of gold rim glasses Re
ward if found and returnd to
1017 Minnesota lt9-3
FOUNDA kit of veterinary tools.
Owner may have same by calling
at Police Headquaiters and paying
for this ad 3t9-3
LOST^-iRetween, 1115 Bemidj ave
and Tiber's grocer}, on Sept 2,
sterling silver cover of Eversharp
pencil Please return to 1115
iBemidji avenue and ^pjceive re
ward lt93
Valuable "Burro."
Undoubtedly the a-n was domesti
cated long before the horse. The lat
ter probably was native to a humid
country, but the ass has a small hard
hoof adapted to the dry desert. It
can get a subsistence from nothing
more sustaining than creosote brush.
It can ent anything that a man can eat.
The domesticated nsses of Qur own
West, which are called "burros," will
browse on bacon-rinds and other rem
uants of camp provender.
Subscribe for Tfas Daily Pioneer.
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THE BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
Advertisements in this column cost ONE CENT per word for FIRST
INSERTION and HALF CENT per word for subsequent consecutive
insertions of same copy. Casn must accompany copy. Ads not paid
Do you want Workor
do you want Help?
Try the Column
HELP WANTEDMALE
MEN WANTED TO SELL GROCER-
IES. SELLING EXPERIENCE NOT
NECESSARYOne of the world's
largest wholesale grocery houbes
(capital over $1,000,000 00) wants
ambitious men in your locality to
sell direct to consumei nationally
known 'brands of an extensive line
of groceries, paints, rooflings, lu
bricating oils, stock foods, etc No
and county deshed John Sexton
capital required Commissions ad
vanced. Write today State age
and county desired John Sexton &
Co., 352 W Illinois st, Chicago,
111. lt9-3
HELP WANTEDFEMALE
W1ANTE1D-
hoapital.
-A girl at St
Ant 9-"
WANTED*Competent maid 'lor
housework after September 16
Call 13. 5) 3tf
WANTED
WANTEDPaperhanglng, painting,
kalsominlng Phone 734-W Self,
26th and Minnesota. Gt 9-0
WANTEDPosition aB stenogra
pher. Have high school education
Address care Ploneei Ct 9-3
Experienced (bookkeeper deslrep
.small or farge set of books or
other office work Call '4 nW
tfl-3
WANTEDThree or four furnihsed
rooms or small furnished house
Call E. A. Fisk at Shavltch Bros
6t 9-8
WANTED to hear from owner having
farm for sale, give parucuars and
lowest price John Black, Minne
sota street, Chippewa Falls, Wis
3t-8-20-27-9-3
WANTED to hear from owner havjn
farm for sale give particulars dud
lowest price. John Black, Minne
sota street, Chippewa Palls, Wis
3t-8-20-27--"-.
WANTEDWe want lady or gentle
man agent to handle city trade in
Bemidji and other vacant cities
This is a wonderful opportunity
as you will be retailing the genuine
J. Watkins Products including
Watlcins Lo'oanut Oil Shampo),
Oarda Face Powder, Fruit Drinks,
and over 1.57 other products. Write
today for free sample and particu
lars. The J. Watkins o, 6 7,
Winona, Minn. 3t-8-29-27 -'1-3
We want a lady oi gentleman to
handle city trade in Bemidji an.J
other vacant cities This Is a won
derful opportunity as you will be
retailing the genuine J. Jl Wat
kins Products including Wntkins
Cocoanut Oil Shampoo, Carda
/Pace Powder, 'Fruit 0rinku and
over 137 other 'produces Wr'i'e
today for free sample and par
ticulars The WatklnB Co,
Dopt. 68, Winona, Minn
4t9-3-10 17-24
AUTO LICENSE TAGS
LOST OR FOUND
FOUNDAuto license tag, number
'B92.678. Owner may have same
by calling at Bemidji Auto com
pany's office and paying for this
ad. 3t9-4
Q*wrtftt!trfr\m&wmhi!&*i'yit'*(
BEMIDJI FLORAL CO.
CHCICB
CUT FLOWERS AND
PLANTS
Artistic Design*
PROMPT ATTENTION
GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS
Bemidji* Minn.
512 Beltrami Ave.
Phone 418-W
FISK
and
MILLER
TIRES
FREE AIR
VULCANIZING
MATLAND
Tire and Repair Co.
Across From City Hall
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Ready to
Serve You
E
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ready to take care
E
S VV of your Plumbing re
2 quirements at all times.
5 Whether it's to install new
Sj equipment or to repair old,
E just giie us a call and we'll
E be on the job in a jiffy. Our 5
E work is the best and our
E prices are as cheap as pot- S
E sible for such high-class
E Plumbing.
I I
1 Roy V. Harker
Phone 122 Third St. E
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Bemidji Auto
Livery
1 50 PHONE J!)!)
Country Trips a Specialty
SUITABLE CARS FOR
EVERY OCCASION
5 Passenger
OLDSMOBILES
7 Passenger
STUDEBAKERS
DODGE TOURING CARS
DAY and NIGHT
SERVICE
Opposite Markham Hotel
THE PIONEER WANT ADS
BRING RESULTS
7 ,*w ^w^,
by Beck
CCopyrtirh.'. 19JO hv New Kr Feature*)
MORT PENDERGAST
Licensed
AUCTIONEER
Your Business Solicited
Phone 17-F-4
Quality Kodak Work
Developing, only 10c
Prints, 2%x3tt, only 4c
2%x4K, 5c
Post Card size, 6c
QUALITY PORTRAITS
SpecialLarge, lovely folders, se
pia portraits, only $5.40 per dozen.
Post Cards only $1.85.
RICH PORTRAIT STUDIO
Phone 570-W 10th A Doud Ave.
Tell Everybody Bemidji Is Just
Below the Mississippi's Source.
Plumbing
AND
Heating
Robert J. Russell
313 Fourth Street
Phone* 620620-R
The Bemidji
Machine Works
Phone 61-W Rear 319 Bel. Ave.
The Best Equipped Machine Shop
in Northern Minnesota
We are prepared to handle any
thing in the repair line and mak
ing of new parts for practically
everything needed in Steel, Iron,
Bronze, or any other metal.
Cylinder Re-Grinding
a Specialty
All Work Guaranteed
Whenever You Want
First-Class Auto
Livery Service
WE HAVE IT
Cars for Every Occasion
Country Trips a Specialty
WARD BROS.
77 PHONE 77
Seren Passenger Buicks,
Seven Passenger Enclosed
Dodge, and Dodge Touring Cars.
We Are at Your Service
Both Day and Night
Bemidji
S1
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PAGE SEVEN
BUSINESS AND
PROFESSIONAL
DOCTORS
MI JOHNSON BORRESON
Physicians and Surgeons
Bemidji, Mian.
GARLOCK & GARLOCK
EyeEarHMIThroat
Glasses Fitted
DR. E. H. SMITH
Physician and Surgeon
Office Security Bank BloeS
DRS. G1LMORE A McCANN
Physicians end Surgeon*
Office Miles Block
DR. H. A. NORTHROP
Osteopathic Physician and 3urg
Battles Bldg. Office Phone 1S3-W
C. R. SANBORN, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Miles Block
House Phone 449 Office Phone
Dr s. Dannenberg & Two
CHIROPRACTORS
Hours10 to 12 a. m.1:30 to I
Other Hours By Appointment
Phone 401-W Calls Mad*
First Nat'l Bank Bldg., Bemidji
DR. E. A. SHANNON. M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Office in Mayo Block
Phone 306 Res. Phone 3t7
DRS. MARCUM McADORY
Physicians and Surgeons
Barker Building
Hours: 11-12 a. :5-5 p. m.
Phones Office 802lies 211
DENTISTS
DR. J. W. DIEDRICH
Dentist
Office: O'Leary-Bowser Bldg.
Phones: Office S76-W. Bes. 176-B
DR. a M. PALMER
Dentist and Orthodontia!
BARKER BUILDING
Drs. Melby & Reppeto
DENTISTS
Cor. 4th St, and Beltrami Ave.
Phone 406 Bemidji
VETERINARIANS
DENISON & BURGESS
VETERINARIANS
Bemidji, Minn.
BUSINESS
E. M. SATHRE
Buys Small House* for Cash
and Sells Them on Small
Monthly Payments
FIRE INSURANCE
REAL ESTATE
REYNOLDS & WINTER
112 Beltrami Arcane
Pbone 144
A-No. 1
FUR WORK
and
REPAIRING
DONE
NEATLY & QUICKLY
You don't need to send your Fur
Work away nowhave it Done
Here at Home!
BEMIDJI FUR SHOP
MATHERS & OLSON
Phone 831-W
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