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PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY
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known to the editor, but not necessarily for publication. ^oWrtSnloatlons for theST^BARfilQ^AIfW'S
Weekly Pioneer must reach this office not later than Tnosday of each week to
insure publication In the current Issue.
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Th good work being done by the, federal government in
setting aside and protecting certain" areas of distinctive beauty
as national parks and monuments to be preserved for the
usemeeting.
of the people is wisely supplemented by the development of the
Only a quarter of a century ago the state park was prac-
tically unkriown. Today, 26 states maintain parks. New York,
New Jersey, Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin were* among the lead-
ers. Starved Rock Park in Illinois and the Palisades Interstate
Park on the Hudson river are two examples of such parks which
are distinctive in character and of value as pleasure and camp-
ing grounds. Iowa, considered by residents of other states as
"flat" country, boasts of an annual appropriation of $100,000
for maintaining her state park system, which includes "a nat-
ural bridge equalling Virginia's, caves of as great value as Ken-
tucky's und lakes like those of Switzerland."
In fiome states the parks maintained areChiefly of historical
value. In most places they are scenically! beautiful as well.
There is not a state in the Union lacking in natural beauty.' Na-
ture was genero7Js with this broad land, and good sense and
gratitude on the part of citizens ought to insure to posterity the
preservation of many acres of these fields, forests, caves and
valleys-
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OVERHEARD BY EXCHANGE EDITOR
BAUDETTE REGION
ITT .JfimmininnniMimwilli.a.
'NpONANETTES
Being mistaken for a deer is bad cniiignVbut to be sho ftor a skunk, as
a lad over in Ontario was recently, must be anawful thump to one's feelings.
We are flabbergasted at the menio|j pf our name in connection with the
state seuatorship, but we have one glaring fault, We don't live in Bemidji.
When a lad's hand goes to his hip these days,you don't know whether
it's a sign of hostility or hospitality.
While talking about disarmament it Wouldn't be a bad idea to pay some
attention to the lads who shoot hunters in mistake for deer.
An oil stock advertisement says -'The stock is a,good buy for the
money." "Good-by for the money" is right.
Most girls like a man with a future, but along about the 25th of this
month one with a present will do.
University authorities are banning gambling on football, but betting on
Minnesota's club isn't gambling. It's patriotism.
"Canada, a country with one-tenth the population of the United States,
whose currency is at a discount in change for American dollars, did nottrami
whimper when it came ,to doing its duty by its ex-service men. Canada gave
to all honorably discharged men who had served more than 3 years, a bonus
of $600 for those who had served less than 2 years, $500 for more than
one year, $400, and so oh. Of Canada's veterans, 59,331 applied for farms
art* n{?3 ,ynt them. To 19.771 of these soldier fanners Canada lent $80,-
71,760 at 5 per cent fo rtscknaod^ ?r 4
3ii.,,t) ai u'iei cuau ior scycji: und'equipment, and only 200 have defaulted
in repayment. Last year these 43,063 soldier farmers produced crops worth
15 million dollars.-
"Here is a shining examplc^for the richest nation in^tbe-wwW Which
considers itself too poor as yet to make adequate proVisiort foifto ex-
service nieh."Grand Forks Herald. -i- ^yf il Jw
-:T. BRITAIN TO BEGIN TO PAY vi^^l'l If/V
The proposal of Great Britain to begin payments on its obligation to
the United-States, before our government makes the formar request at least
will have the effect which was ih'the mind o'f Chancellor Homo when he an-
nounced it will check discussion that might lead to criticism and unfriend-
liness. In a measure and as far as Britain is concerned, it forestalls con-
gressional action on the funding bill wriiclifpassed the house and is pending
in the senate, though the bill deals with all.of our foreign debt, of which
Britain owes an approximate third.St. Paul Dispatch.
'We heard one of our prominentjfltii&pns, says the Albert Lea Tribune,
say: "It's just one thing after ano|$$if If it isn't tag day and the starv-
ing children in Czecho-Slavia, it's Red Cross Roll Call, Salvation Army, City
Relief or something else! Now it's Christmas Health Seals!"
Say, man, stop a minute! You can't take a cent with you when you die!
If yott can't-help others while you are living in this oM worldwhy, what's
thetise of hanging around taking up space? Your constant crabbing dis-
turbs those who are happy in their attempts to make others comfortable and
iappy,!-Stillwater Gazette.
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THB WEEKLY PIONEERTwelve pages, published every Thursday and^aent
postage paid to any address for. In advance, $2.00.
Unless credit Is given this paper, only the United Press is entitled to the use
for republication of all news dispatches credited to it, or otherwise credited, and
also the local news published herein.
OmOtkXi OOUBTI ABB CITY BBOCBBDIBCM
AWAKENING SURGERY
The best thing about the American visit of Dr. Lorenz, the
famous Austrian surgeon, is not the wonderful cures he is mak-
ing himself, but the way he is advertising American surgery.
"I am amazed," he says, "to think that the American peo-
ple have not gone to .their own surgeons. These people have
come to me for help, when their own fellow-countrymen could
help them just as well. I am glad, however, if Lhave aroused
patients, and the parents of patients, out of their indifference.
"All my American colleagues are experts in orthopedic
surgery-there are no better in the world. They are leaders
in many directions, and. I do not claim to be Superior to them.
On the contrary, I have learned much from them, and continue
doing so
Yet"poor old Dr. Lorenz is still mobbed by clamorous
crowds, and tens of thousands all over the country lament that
they cannot reach him.
This great Austrian surgeon is modest. Perhaps he is the best
man in the world in his line, "bloodless surgery." It is agreed
that he is unrivalled in diagnosis of certain ailments of the limbs
and spine. But there is no room for doubt that American surgi-
cal skill is capable of handling nearly all of the cases pressed on
Dr. Lorenz, as capable as he is, arid that there is here a greater
quantity of such skill, more widely distributed, than can be
ftmnd in any other country. Dr. Lorenz, therefore, does his
most helpful work for crippled Americans when he directs them
to their own practitioners.
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CHURCHES
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Services will be held in the Battles
building, rbom 24, ovr the J.
Penny Co. stqre at 11 o'clock. Sun
day school ut1'8:46.
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ST^PHIU.IP^|^^.V W^
iiow Mass at 6 o,'cioek.
Hifh Mass at 10 o'clock.
Fojlowed by Benediction
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BAPTIST
10:30Sunday school.
11:30Morning worship. Subject,
"The Essentials of Spiritual Power."
3:00-r-3umor B. Y. P. U.
7:00Young people's meeting.
8 00Evening service. Subject,
"The Four Horsement" of the Apoc
alypse," Scripture, Rev. 6.
8:00Tuesday evening, Bible
class.
8:00Thursday evening, prayer
George W.'Kehoe, Pastor..
PRESBYTERIAN
Sunday morning at the Presbyteri
an church at 11 o'clock the pastor
will speak on the subject, "The Un
stable Quantity," (Gen.. 49:4):
Sunday evOning at 8 o'clock the
sermon will be on the theme, "The
Harness of Religion," (Numbers-
11:6).
Sunday school will meet at 10 a.
m., and Christian Endeavor at 7 p.
m.
All are mos^ cordially welcome.
Lester-'P. Warford, Pastor.
NORWEGIAN LUTHERAN
Services Sunday at 10:30 in the
Norwegian language in the First Lu
theran church, Minnesota avenue and
Eighth street. Song by the choir.
At 8 p. m., seTmonic lecture on the
Ninth CommandmeSt (Englishr).
At 3 p. m., services in tne Nor
wegian language at Lars Otterstad's
place in Turtle River.
Monday evening at 7:30, the con
gregation has a business meeting.
AH members are urged to attend.
All are cordially invited td all
meetings.
fj. J. Jerdee, Pastor.
TRINITY EVANG. LUTHERAN
(Thirteenth and Beltrami)
Third Sunday in Advent. German
services on Sunday morning at 10:30
o'clock. Sermon on the gospel for the
day, Matt. 11:2-10, "The Comforts
for a Deathbed." Sunday school at 2
oclo'ck. Subject, "Zacharias and Eliz-
abeth.'' 'Berea Bible class on Sunday
evening at 7:15 o'clock. Miss Martha
Maag will discuss here thesis on Chris
tian Love.' English divine services
on Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. The
pastor will preach on Rev. 20:11-15,
"Christ's Second Advent." Special
music. Young peoples' monthly so
cial on Thursday evening at 8 o'clock
in the parsonage parlors, 1300 Bel
avenue. You are welcome.
Rev. E. W. Frenk, Pastor.
EVANGELISTIC SERVICES
The Disciples asked, "Lord, are
there few that be saved?" Luk
13:23. Christ's answers .anav
seek to enter ift1
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EPISCOPAL
Sunday school at 10 a^ m.
Morning frayeV^ahd sermon' at IT.
Short" evening same'at 8 o'clock
Wllliam^Blliott, Rectofe%
LUTHERAN FREE
iliOO a. m., services in the Ny
more church.
3:00 p. mi, services in the, Aardahl
chnrch in the town of Frohn.
8:00 p m., Young people's meet
ing in the Aardahl church.
i-0. P. Grambo, Pastor.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Browning's "King Saul," or "The
Restoration of a' Soul," will be the
evening subject at 8 clock. Anthem
by choir.
Morning worship and sermon at
10:30. Solo by Dr. Earl R. Two.
Sunday school at 12 noon.
Epworth. League at 7 p. m.
Public cordially invited.
G. H. Zentz, Pastor.
ST. PAUL'S EVANGELICAL
(Sixth and America)
Sunday school at 10 a. p.
Bible class at 10 a. m.
Morning service (German) 11 a.
m.
Christmas program rehearsal by
Sunaay school and choir, 2 p. m.
Y. P. L. song service. 7 p. m.
Confirmation class Thursday at 4
p. m.
Every one welcome.
William F. Kamphenkel, Pastor.
Histese
of discipleshifi, and true^holiness re
veal the reasons'
why"
"many shall
anfl shall -rio be
able."
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THE BEMIDJ? DAILY PIONEER
taught no non-essentials. Hence, our
love for Him is measured "by our
obedience to what he did teach. Pro
fessing faith in Christ is good as far
as it goes, but obedience, that is
"faith which workcth by love," is
the proof. Matt. 7:21. This, will be
an important study in the great theme
of salvation onljtfthrough Christ to be
given at Christki%ii^s hall. Ny/nsptw
iSuhday night, li'^mM* fi5"- p.^.ni.
G. Engen.
BETHEL LUTHERAN
Sunday School & $:**?
vJj i BC^fifd morning preaching services.'
English (lervices at 8 P.
All are welcome.
T, B. Kordale, pastor.
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