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FISH THAT SWALLOW STONES
Antarctic Saala and a Cartaln Species
ef Whale Nead Thsm to Aid
Stones ore commonly found in the
stomach of the crab-eating seal of the
Antarctic neas and it is believed they,
with a certain amount of grit, are
scooped p with the orustncea from the
bottom of the taw. The emperor pen
guin, on I he other hand, shows an in
stinctive cra\iiig for stones for gizzard
grinding purpose^ and these stones
most be assiduously sought, bince
these birds never rest upon dry land,
but only upon ice.
Another unexpected name In this list
of stone-swallowers is thnt of the Les
ser Rorqual. This is a "baleen" hale,
feeding upon minute Crustacea, and
fish. From the peculiar method of
feeding which is, so to speak, forced
upon this animal, It in unlikely Hint any
portion of its food Is scooped up from
the sea-floor hence the pebbles found
In its stoniuch must be deliberately
swallowed, and it is supposed, for the
purpose of digestion, or, rather, of
trituration. They are hardly likely to
be dertved from the flsh hleh, are en
gulfed, for these are mostly herring.
Ends Odd Family Compact.
The will oTfis Pheobe B. Mills,
whose death at the age of eighty-three
i removed the last survivor of a strange
compact made sixty years ago by sev
en brothers and siiters never to wed,
to work for the common interest
of ell, distributed an estate esti
mated to exceed .$500,000 among vari
ous churches and charitable institu
tions in the United States.
PROCEEDINGS CITV COUNCIL, CUT
OF BEMIDJI, MI8TN.. FEBRUARY
Regular session of the City Council
held In the Council Chambeis, Utj
HaJl, Monday evening, at 8 o'clock P.
M. A quorum being present meeting
was called to order. President Lahr
Upon roll call the following aldei
mett were declared present: Rode,
Smart, Stafford, MeKlnnon. Koors,
X.ahr. Absent. Boyce, Palmer, Caiver,
'The minutes uf the last i-Klar ae-
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THE SIMS TEMPEST
Quite a tempest in a teapot has been stirred
op by the Heart papers over Bear Admiral William
According to the Hearst papers Admiral Sims
is the central figure in a spasm of nation wide
propaganda which had for its purpose an awakening
of the public to a degree of warmth that would in
spire congress to retire Sims as an admiral. Only
twice before in American history has this been
done first in the case of Admiral Farragut, hero of
the Civil war, and second, in the case of Admiral
Both Farragut and Dewey were figures in dram
atic incidents in a clash at arms which brought
spectacular victories to their ships and result
ed in wild acclaim throughout the country for what
had been done.
In the case of Sims, while he was the rank*
ing officer in charge of United States navy oper
ations on the other side of the water during the
world war, he did not happen to get out into the
firing zone and have some designing enemy take
a shot at him. Whatever service he rendered was
given in calm waters, away from battle's roar.
So Sims came out of the war lacking that heroic
applause that in two other instances was loud
enough to jar Congres isnto the "make him an
admiral" spirit. Then, too, Vive-Admiral Sims
has had some noteriety which has not particularly
helped his case if he aspires to become a national
idoL His speech in regard to Ireland and his
reference to Great Britain were events which did
not tend to weave any Hew leaves in his laurel
Apparently hi friends and admirers realized
this and, if Hearst should happen for once to be
right, a plan was put under way to popularize
through the newspapers and other ways, Admiral
Two facsimile letters published by Hearst pass
ed between John L. Leighton of New York, the
admiral's supposed "press agent." and persons who
might be "influenced." One of these letters sent
to Fred W. Wile, of the Philadelphia Public Ledg
er reads in part: "Your wires to Chicago were ex
ceedingly helpful and Mr. Denis of the News and
Mr. Mason of the Evening Post are with us to
the limit. I saw Mr. Campbell in Milwaukee and
everything is very satisfactory. After that I saw
Mr. Jones of the Minneapolis Journal Mr. H. R.
Gait of the St. Paul Dispatch Mr. Levering of the
"'TTIf'tf iHllU" ,By
eton were read and approved.
The foUwiftB bills after being aud
ited were upon motion and aecotid al
Roll, month of January, $2509.09
Andrew Johnson, boarding- pris-
Geo. J. Row. auditing books,
Jan. 10 to Jan. 20
W. S. Nott Co., 250 ft. Are nose
Tom Davtes, labor, dump grouna
C. Caekoy, removing snow
Bemidji Pioneer Pub. Co., sup-
Na'sh, Finch Co, supplies, City
Karle A. Barker, drugs
Hurry Price, labor on pump
E. J. Bourgeois, supplies, water
Pred Hclblg,. labor on pump
Minn. Elec. Light & Power Co..
gears for pump
Peoples Cooperative Store, sup
Joe Weber, 4 1-3 cds. wood
C. I*. Ij.impman, snownlowlng
Ward Bros. Jitney. Miss Mc
Karle A, Barker, drugs
Smith Lumber Co., ooal, deten
tion hospital and water de
Seattle Times Mr. Irving of the Portland Journal
Mr. CUrk of the San Francisco Chronicle Mr. Hol
mes of theAr gonaut Mr. Tufts of the San Fran
cisco Bulletin. AH these are heartily with us
/with the exception of Mr. Irving who has been an
ardent admrier of Josephus for several years."
If it takes that sort of effort to become an
admiral, Sims had better let his sea going record
stand in the histories and quit under the title
of vice admiral.
THE STATE CONVENTION
With George Ei Leach"mayw Minneapolis
in, control of the|Hennep% county delegation tof
state republican contention-to be held ^jy^
Paul on March $1 and "with "the Oscar Hallam'
7 delegates predominating-' ?n -Ramsey county, thirr
stage is set for some fireworks, when the .conven
tion takes up the,nomination for United^ States
By all the rights of the game, Senator Frank
B. Kellogg should have the nomination on the
first ballot and the way in which the country dis
tricts have rallied to his support still makes such
a proceeding a possibility as Hennepin and Ram
sey combined controls but a fourth of the total
number of delegates.
It is somewhat of a complication to have Mayor
Leach enter the convention with a rather sub
stantial group of delegates to back his candidacy
and with the prestige which naturally will come
to a canddiate backed by the soldier vote. Despite
this it is hardly within the realm of imagination
to presume that the convention in any event can
be mad to take seriously the name of a resdient
of Minneapolis. Governor Preus is from Minne
apolis and so is Lieutenant Governor Lousi Col
lins. To give Minneapolis also the United States
senatorship is entirely too much of a good thing:.
Therefore, it would appear that about the only
thing the Leach delegates can do is to mix up the
situation. Judge Hallam is not well enough
known throughout the state to have more than
partial influence on the convention, so that, view
ing the facts as they appear now Senator Kellogg
has a ncie lead on those who would wrest the toga
form his shoulders.
6n merit of faithful service in office and be
cause of hte standing and prestige that he has
built up in the senate, there are good reasons why
the friends of the junior senator should so solidify
their forces as to assure the renomination and
election of Mr. Kellogg.
Certain persons, actuated by selfish interests,
have attempted to so distort the truth that it
might appear that Governor Preus would like the
nomination. The governor has reiterated his desire
and determination to seek renomination for the
office of governor and has made is as plain as that
candid official can make it, that his sole ambition
at this time is to contniue to serve the people of
Minnesota as their chief executive.
Coal strike or no coal strike, peace treaties or
no peace treaties, the real question in this neck
'o the woods is, "who won that basketball game
Baglcy or Bemidji?"
B-bwho has found another b?
A "B" in the picture is worth two in the hive.
Here is a chance to make the "B's" bring home
Now they have invented an airplane that will
go straight up. Still the principle is an old one.
Father does it every time mother lugs home a $25
Fatty Arbuckle is on trial again. He ought to
write a scenario entitled, "Why my Banker Chok
ed in Three Parts."
Woe is me, says the world. Vesuvius is get
ting ready to erupt and Hi Johnson is already at it.
referred to the for cor
1111 of Minnesot a
Report of the Municipal Court for
weeks ending February 11 and ltn.
showing $89.00 paid the Treasurer was
read and accepted.
lteport of Mis Emma Onrver, care
taker of -the Detention Hospital, show
ing $4.Sfl was read and accepted.
Report of th City Engineer for the
year was read and accepted, also re
port of work to be douft-.on. walu -,-r
nses wore read
Application of Henry Mann and Joe
McTaggi|jtor and granted***
The following bids
pump were read:
Naylor Electric Co., utn
specifications, $638,00. &\
Power Equipment Co ,y|qw
Duluth Electrical SoppUwP..
cording to specifications, $4M.(W.
Fairbanks. Morse & Co. "according
to specifications. $633.22.
The bids were referred to city En
gineer and Water and Light Commit
The Superintendent or tne Water
Dfp.utment was authorUed to have
repairs made on well and filled with
Upon \oto of the Council, the Olt
will pay all premiums on bonds furn
ished by City Employees.
Tho same judges were appointed to
act at delegate elections to be held
March 14th, 1922. and same polling
There being pof furtlter business, it
wug mu.U Ut adjouriKvntit Thursiiaj |ta^ to
T^ ir f. *t
evening. February 23, 1922, at S
Cit Clerk (11)
PROCEF.ni\S CITI" COUNCIL. CITY
OF BEMIDJI, 9HXX- FEBRU-
ARY^ S3. 11*23
An adjourned meeting of the Citv
Council held in the Council Chambers
City Hall, Thursday evening, Febru
ary 23, at 8 o'clock A nuorum
being present, meeting was called to
order. President Lahr presiding.
Ppon roll call, the following alder
men were declared present Rode, Pal
mer. Smart, Stafford, McKinnon. Haj
ward Lahr. Absent- Boyce, Carver,
102.46 Cnn*n*HlnK Committee
Aldcrinon Stafford, Smart and tun
ward were named to act on thib com
4 60, mittec.
1.231 The canvassing committee leporteil
2Sl'the following ofCioers elected for tho
5.75 ensuing veur or \e.u- rrom the re
turns submitted the judges and
24 50 clerks of election, which was held Feb-
3.40 ruary 21, 1922.
Mayor, A. V. Oarlock, one year term.
City Clerk, Belle Denlev one ea
City Treasurer, G-co. W. Rhea, one
Assessor, Chas Hot one ear
Park Ccmmissionei. C. W. Warlleld,
five year term.
tst Ward. R- A. Olson 2 vear term.
2nd Ward, 11. R. Jahr. 2 ea term.
trd Ward. T. E. Llod 2 year term
4th Ward. Naish areKinnon, 2 year
5th Ward, G. Ev.eowm, year
Belf Tclepfion Co., phone
ser\ici.. police station ana city
The retfort Was upon motion "and
second accepted and saMI offlcettt de
clared elefcWdi JThe City- Clerjfc^as
Instructed* ttf.tteUfy thwtt.' sff
Alderman Koors' chair was declar
ed vacant, he having moved from the
Fourth Ward Dr W. Den i son and
F.4G. Tropman were nominated as Al
derman for the fourth warn 'Ballot
wus 'taken which resulted as follows
Oelriison 6, Troppmnn 1. Dr. W.
leinso was declared elected for the
remainder of the term
Upon motion and second the i hair
man of the Street Committee, was in
structed to have the snow removed
from In front of Armoo, also fiom
The Committee appointed to look
over bids for motor for pump recom
mended that the bid of the Naylor
Electric Co. be accepted
There being no further business, it
was mO"'i to adjourn.
Adjourned. i Approved'
J. P. LAHR.
^fltjr Clerk. tit)
TUB BEMIDJI DAILY PIONEER
Services will be held In the Battles
building, room 24, over the J. C.
Penny Co. store at 11 o'clock, Sun
day school at 9:45.
Danger of a Cheap Religion."
Sunday school at 12, noon.
Evening worship at 8 clock.
Subject: "The Author and Finisher
of Our Faith."
St., Paul's Evangelical
Z^ss.t (Sixth and America)
JSunday school meets 9:45 a. m
Bible class 9:45 a. m.
No morning service.
Y. P. L. at 7:00 p. m.
G. H. Zentz, pastor.'
St. Barthlomew's Episcopal
Sunday services at 11 a. m. in
the morning and at 8 in the eve
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Lenten service every Wednesday
Wm. Elliott, rector.
Low Mass at 8 o'clock.
High Mass at 10 o'clock.
Sunday school followed by Bene
diction of the Blessed Sacrament at
Baptisms at 2.
Vespers and Benediction at 4.
Sunday school at 10:30 a.
Morning services at 11 a.
Young People's meeting at 7 p. m.
Evening services at 8 p. m.sub
ject, "The One Sin that Damns."
Services tonight at 8 p. m.sub
ject, "What You Eat, as the Text of
George Kehoe, pastor.
The regular Sunday services will
be held tomorrow at the Bethel Lu
theran church, with Sunday school at
9:45, Swedish services at 11 a. m.
and English services at 8 p. m. The
regular weekly prayer service will
be held Wednesday evening at 8
o'clock. All are cordially invited to
T. B. Nordale, pastor.
(Minnesota Ave. & Eighth St.)
Service Sunday, 10:30 a. m. in
the English language song by the
choir. And services in the Norwe
gian language 8 p. m.
The Ladies' Aid society meets
Wednesday, March 22nd, 2:30 p. m.
in the church parlors. Division No. 3
entertains, Mrs. Olaf Anderson is
The Y. T. Luther League has its
social meeting Thursday, March 23,
8 p. m. in the church parlors. All
are cordially invited.
L. J. Jerdee, pastor.
Sunday morning at the Presbyter
ian church at 11 o'clock the pastor
will speak on the subject "The Pos
sibilities, of Faith, (MaTk 9:23.) At
this?/ service tRe'Holy Communion
will be observed* and members will
be received into the church.
Sunday evening at 9 o'clock the
sermon wil be on the theme,' "A
Retirement of Christ,' (Matthew 16
Sunday school will meet at 10 a.
m., and Christian Endeavor at 7 p.
All are most crodially welcome.
Lester P. Warford, pastor.
Services will be held this evening
at 8 o'clock.
Sunday school Sunday morning at
Holiness meeting at 11:15 a. m.
Services at Nymore, Sunday school*
at 2 o'clock.
Meeting at the county jail at 3:30
Great Salvation meeting at 8 p. m.
Our services have been well at
tended during the past two or three
weeks. Everyone is invited to attend
and bring their friends. We want to
see the hall packed. The Gospel is
B. Knudson, Ensign.
Trinity ETV Lutheran
(Beltrami Ave., at Thirtenth)
Services in the German language
on Sunday morning at 10:00 o'clock
Scrmcn on Exodus 12, 3-13:
Pasahlamm Ein Vor vild Auf Jesum
Graded Sunday school at 2:00 o'-
clock. 'Services in the English
language on Sunday evening at 8:00
o'clock. Sermon on "Jesus Is
Scourged, Mocked and Derided."
Special lenten services on Wed
nesday evening at 8:00 oclock. The
pastor wil'l preach on "Suffered Un
der Pontius Pilate." Son^ by the
E. W. Frenk, pastor.
SHE WAS NOT A BRIDESMAID
Uhfertunate Incident Alte Marked tha
Permanent End of Theat TwefS &
i Girls' Ffiendehip. U'
f'Oh, Grade, I was jnst coming
along to see you! I want to know if
you'll be my bridesmaid?"*
"Ob. how lovely1 Of course I will!
What do on think I had better wear?
"What about a softbut let's wallc
down here and talk it over. There's
thnt Idiotic HttJo bore, Harry Tomp
kins, coming along, and I believe he's
seen n We don't want to talk about
the great news to him. He's such a
"I'm sorry," replied Maud, "but he's
the man I'm going to marry!"
THE PIONEER WANT ADA
Farmer's Free Exchange Column
Taken from the columns of the
Which paper is entirely separate from the Daily
Pioneer, and contains all the interesting news that
is printed eve^y day in the Daily.
Farmers are entitled t0 $se this column in the Week
ly l^iffc of^ Charfce except, to. advertise land for sale.
Want'ttdvferUaerae$Jgydm Cher's will'be
up to Thursday^noon-at Ihe^&te 6i"Jle1
first' fnterfiofi alftToWMlf cent a word for subse-
FOB, BENTSFOR SALEWAKT-
3D 1 0 TRADEWANTED
or HUT ether kind of ad will be run.
Sufely yon have something to sell,
o/ something you would like to trade.
Offer it in these columns and see how
quickly you'll make a deal. Hun
dreds have done so. Write what yon
want and mail it to the Pioneer, Be
midji. Or better still, telephone it
IT COSTS TEE FARMERS BOTH-
to ran an ad In fob paper.
This department is absolutely Free
for the nee of the farmer. It costs
him nothing to advertise his mer
chandise. Land ads will, however, be
Ton may have something yon want
to sell or trade. .Some other farmer
may be looking for just that very
thin& Use this to tell others about
it Others are using it to good ad
vantage, why not yon? The more ads
ytm ran the better others will like it,
and you'll surely please us.
FOR SALETwo milch cows, one
fresh, the other coming fresh soon
age 8 years. Adam Jankanski,
Pinewood, care John Hagerty. 3t
FOR SALES. C. Buff Leghorn eggs
for hatching, baby chicks a spe
cialty. Address O. R. Neimeyer &
Son, Hines, Minn. -3tw3-30
FOR SALE Rhode Island Red
roosters, rose and single comb,
$1.25 each. Inquire at O. J.
Ness, Wilton, Route No. 1 3tw3-30
FOR SALE OR TRADEFor Ford
car, 40 acres, twon of Jones, Bel
trami county. For particulars
write H. P. Hanson, Solway, Minn.
WANTEDBoy to work on farm,
must be able to milk and do some
of the light work. No one expect
ing fancy wages need apply. Ad
dress L- W. Packard, Solway* Minn
FOR SALECossacsk alfalfa seed,
northern grown, the hardiest of
all the alfalfas will stand our
northern winters without killing
out only 3 pounds required to the
acre for a good standprice 60c
per pound. J, V. Farber, Wilton,
Minn. Rte.'I. 3tw3*30
WANTEDMarried coupL, without
children, to work on farm 8
months or longer man must be a
good dry hand milker and able to
do all kinds of farm work woman
to help with housework and gar
den. Good wages will be paid to
good help. Come at once. Ad
dress M. C. A. Clouser, Funkley,
FOR SALE4 fresh cows with their
calves. Inquire Donald Blue, Be
midji, 7Vfe miles north of Bemidji
and 1% miles east of Movil Lake.
WANTED4 heifers, must be three
fourths Jerseys, over 1 year old
state price. Address the Silver
Lake Farm, Jos. Hanrack, prop.,
Cass Lake, Minn. 3tw3-30
FOR SALE High-wheeled, wide
tire wagon. Address Harry Osj
born, Nymore. 3tw3-30
FOR SALEMy farm, 164 acres
7 milk cows farm machinery, all
new big barn, 30x24 hay barn,
44x20 12-foot driveway between
house and furnishings seed pota
toes stockwill sell farm alone
or farm and stock complete 5
miles solth of Solway. Write or
phone Toney Smith, Box 75 R. R.
FOR SALEMilk strain Shorthorn
bull, 2 years old also fresh milk
cows. Jos Tardie, East Bemidji,
4% miles out. 3tw3-30
FOR SALE10-20 Wa
terloo Boy, completely overhauled,
good as new, John Deere 3-bottom
14-inch plow, new. Price about
50 per cent off. Phone Aug. Jar
chow, 25-F-2. 3-24MW
FOR SALETwo good milch cows,
and) one nice heifer going on three
years. Phone 21-F-11 A Eric
son, (BemdMji, Minn., Rte. 2. 8-lltf
WANTED^To hear from owner of
good farm for .sale. State cash
prfee, full partieulars D. F. Bush,
WA^fiED^kiout'five 'acresf W to
BenVidji, with buildings suftabjefor
pouftry fjurm. -Skite lowest/price
ariditermsi Address J. K. Lund
betjgl, Malung, Minn. 3tw3-16
arte/ 14-inch, 2 Bottom OnVer trac
tor plow, also two graded Guernsey
cows, one milking and one to fresh
en soon. Address L. W. Packard,
Solway, Minn. 3t3-S
RE-ARRANGEMENT OF ST. OLAF
CAMPUS BEING PLANNED
(By Unites Pree*
Northfield, March- 18A com
plete re-arrangement of the St. Olaf
college campus is the feature of plans
drawn by Messrs Coolidge and Hodg-
FOR SALEMedium red clover seed
,18 cents per pound. Address John
A. Dahlberg, Debs, Minn.
FOR SOLEOne registered Guernsey
bull, 4 years old April 19. Name
Regnald of Orona Farms, No., 52,-
676 sire Ferdinand of Clovermead
No. 25680. Will sell on easy terms
or will trade for good soring cows
coming fresh. Address Peter Rice,
Bemidji. Rt. 3. 6t3-23
FOR SALE40 acres in section 26,
14832, mile and one-half from rail
road, two miles from consolidated
school, six acres cultivated, four
acres meadow, 10 acres pasture,
balance, timber. $25 per acre, lease
on seven other 40s goes with deal.
Write W. W. Monied, Turtle River
Minn. Route No. 2. 6t3-30
FOR SALEBarred rock roosters,
inquire E. E. Hess, Nymore, Minn-
FOR SALERed top and blue joint
mixed hay. For price call 6Fll
FOR SALE20 good grade Shrop
shire sheep, in good condition.
Write J. E. Leister, Rte. No. 4,
or call 19F4 after 6 p. m. 3tw3-23
FOR SALE^Barred Rock eggs, for
setting, $1 for 15. Inquire at E. C.
Hess, Nymore, east of Lake Be
midji on road to dam. 3tw3-23
FOR SALEIHigh grade Guernsey
bull calves from $5 to $10 each, ac
cording to ge. Peter Rice. R. No.
FOR SALE^Twin Jersey heifer
calves, born March 1. Will sell
cheap, if taken at once, address
Alex Forbes, Rte. No. 4, Bemidji.
WANTED-To buy a good farm
horse must drive either single or
double must also be sound, to
8 years old weight 1150 to 1200
lbs., bay or black. No horse trad
ers need answer would prefer to
buy from a farmer. Address L.
Kolovratek, Wilton, box 57.
1906 model, will sell very reason
able if taken at once. Address
K. K. Meland, Pinewood, Minn.
FOR SALEMilk cows, some are
fresh and some are coming in soon
also some high grade Shorthorn
calves from a thoroughbred Short
horn bull, and high grade cows.
Calves from one week to 11 months
old. Address C. W. Thompson,
Solway, Minn. 3tw3-23
FOR SALESlightly used No. 12
DeLaval Cream Separator. Inquire
Security State bank. 2tw3-16
WANTEDTo buy one or two good
horses, must work wherever hitcn
ed, and be safe and sound. Not
over 8 years old, weight about 1300
each. Any person having same for
sale, please write, stating price.
M. C. A. Clouser, box 39, Funkley,
FOR SALEA three strand gray
hair switch. Price S7. Address
Mrs. G. G. Morton, Lake Itasca,
WANTEDBoy, 17 years old, wants
job on a farm for 3 months, com
mencing now. For particulars ad
dress box 47, Debs, Minn. 3tw3-23
WHEN FARMERS' CLUBS MEET
Bemidji Townsfiip Farmers* club
Second Saturday, each month.
Frohn Equitable Farmers' club
first Saturday, each month.
Solwey Farmers' clubSecond Sat
urday, each month.
Summit Farmers' club-First Sun
day, each month.
Turtle River Working ciubFirst
Saturday, each month.
Northern Farmers' club First
Thursday, each month.
Wide Awake Farmers' club of
Pleasant ValleyFirst Wednesday,
Grant Valley Fanners' clublast
Sunday, each month.
Eckles Farmers' clubFirst Sun
day, each month.
Liberty Farmers' clubFirst Wed
nesday, each month.
Big Lake Farmers' clubSecond
Lafnmers Farmers' club Last
Sunday, each (month.
jKelliher Community club*Second
Saturday, each month.
Laager Faianejs'.elub^Thlrd Sun
day, each imentat-
Bi*ctt Isitad^fmer*' clubFirst
Sunday, each month.
'-Kitichi Farmers' clubFirst Sat
urday, each montK
day, each month.
Silver Lake Farmers' clubFirst
Saturday, each month.
son, Chicago architects, and approv
ed by the college authorities.
The main campus will be removed
from the brow of Manitou Heights
and a "St Olaf Court" a central
quadrangle will be surrounded by an
administration building, a library,
a science hall, and a chera&try hall.
The! plans further provide for two
SATURDAY EVENING, MARCH 18, 1922
Johnson & Pgn^wm.-'
Garlock & Garlock
Dr. E. H. Smith
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE, Security Bank Bleak
Gilmore & McCann
Physicians and Surgeons
OFFICE, Milea Block
Dr. H. A. Northrop
Osteopathic Physician and Serges*
Battles Bldf. Offic* Phase lsS*W
C. R. Sanborn, M. D.
PHYSICIAN and SURGEON
Office, Milea Block
House Phone 449Office Phone S5
Dannenberg & Two
10 to 12 A.11.1:30 to S P. M.
Other Hoar* by AppointBieat
PHONE 401-W CALLS MADE
Pint Nat'l Bank BUg. Bemioji
Dr. E. A. Shannon
Physician and Surgeon
OFFICE is Lane* Block
PHONE 396 RES. 397
Marcum & McAdory
Physicians and Surgeons
Hours: 11-12 a. nw3-8 p. w.
Phone*Office 802, Re*., 211
Dr. J. W. Diedrich
OFFICE, 0'I*a^.Beeraa BM|.
PhonaaOffice 376-W, Res. 37S-H
Dr. G. M. Palmer
Dentist and Orthodontist
Dr. A. J. Melby
Over Boardman'a Drag Store
E. M. Sathre
Buys Small Houses for Cash
and Sells Them on Small
Largest Nursery Farthest
Write For Price List!
I have cut the pric* down in shoe
repairing. You need your hoes
repaired. I need the work. I
guarantee the best of work done
F. J. CATTEYSON
Between Beltrami & Bemidji Aves.
additional women's dormitories,
music and dining halls, and the cen
tral heating plant for which excav
ations have already been* started.
The college has been forced to
limit admittance for several years
on account of lack offacilities
Acceptance of the campus plan
is the first step the $10,000,000
building and endowment fund plan
for the coming ten year period.