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BEMIDJI DAILY WqNEER
PUBUSHED DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THl
BEMIDJI PIONEER PUBLISHING^OHPANy
AB.CAEflON,PMddt E. H. DENU, 8^y-JI,
J. D. WINTER, News Sditor
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A LITTLE PLAIN TALK
There is no malice behind what follows.
In the calm of a prelude to political activity
we can reason together better than, when the- cam-
paign ammunition begins to burst.
Without any particular candidate in mind, it
can be said that the flag-waving, promise-making,
self-annomted Moses, whose one asset is to make
the voters think he will do one thing when he really
intends to do the opposite, is the sort of citizen
who should be kept out of office.
In days gone by, too many of these flamboyant
candidates have been able to put it over. The
voters are getting wiser and it is not so easy to
delude the public now as in the days gone by, and
especially so with the women on the jab. Still
there are those seeking pap and pension who sing
the siren song of their, love for the, "dear peepul,"
and make it stick,
In our present^maSe of economic entanglements,
the demand for clean-cut, competent, square-toed,
level-headed, honest, upright, progressive business
men in public office never was so acute. Men wltp
have demonstrated that they can do things, men
who have won and can retain the confidence of the
people are the types that we most need.
Hiring a man, to do the public work is a business
proposition.
Simply because a candidate comes along with a
gorilla grin and hypocritical handshake, and asks
you to vote for him for no better reason than that
he wants the office and is willing to promise every
thing j-from free beer to muzzled mother-in-laws,
doesn't furnish sufficient recommendation "for the
fellow who wants a job.
The worth-while candidate is the one who makes
a free, frank statement as to his stand on public
questions one who neither evades responsibility
nor seeks to exaggerate.
In the coming political contests, beginning with
the primaries and continuing until November, let
us for once, when we come to vote, use our heads.
Church S
ion*
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
Service* will be held in the Battle*
building, room 24, over the J. c.
Penny Go. store at 11 o'clock. Bun
day school at 9:46.
ST. PHILLIPS'
Low Mass at 7 o'clock.
High Mass at 10 o'clock.
Sunday school followed by Bene
diction of the Blessed Sacrament at
11:30.
Baptisms at 2.
Vespers and Benediction at 4.
ST. BARTHOLOMEW
"Services on Sunday.
"Morning rayer and sermon at 11:00
A. M.
Sunday school at 10:00
William Elliot, rector.
LATTER DAY SAINT.
^At the L. D. S, church, town of
Northern, half mile west of "six
milc corner", Sunday school at 10
a. m.. Preaching service at 11 a, m.
In the evening at 8 p. m.. Elder
Geo, W.,Day of the local congrega
tion will speak in the Chnstianson
hall, in Nymore. Everybody, wel
come at all services.
PRESBYTERIAN ,S
Sunday school at 10-.Q0 A. M. 1*1
53 Morning services at 11:00 A. ]MT,
object, "Life Toil and its Rewarj^',
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Youn,g People's Meeting at 7&1>
Lester P. Warford, pastor.
BAPTIST
Sunday school at 10:30.
Morning woiship at 11:30,
ject "In The Secret Place"
Young Peoples' meeting at 7
o"clock.
EVening service at 8:00. Sub
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BETHEL LUTHERAN
At the Bethel, Lutheran church
Sunday there will be no Sunday
school but iat 10:30 o'clock will oc
cur the Fireman's Memorial service,
when the firemen will attend morning
worship in ,a body* At 2 o'clock
there will be a confirmation service,
and communion service at 8 p. 'm.
All are cordially invited to attend.
T, B. Nordalc, pastor.
TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN
(Missouri Synod)
Adult confirmation exercises
Sunday evening, at 8 o'clock in the
chapel, Beltrami avenue at Thirteen
th street. The pastor will preach
on Joshua 24:25 "Choose Ye This
Day Whom [Ye Will- Serve." So
prano solo by Miss Frenk, "In My
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Evening services at 8 P. sul)-
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At 8 p^ mx the Luther LeagucHias
its devptinmfl 'meetings., Miss Max
3ne Auboiee leads the 'topic.
The LadieV Aid society meets
Wednesday,,
June* 14,-in'^ the church
rs v. Hess i
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Can Man Be Just With
Gotr.
tfrayer meeting Thursday Even-
Sn*a| tf*cl6ck.
George W. Kehoe, pastor.
BEMIDJI STREETS IMPROVING
The campaign being conducted by the Women's
Civic and Community elub for better and cleaner
streets and alley is having some mighty wholesome
effect. The judges in the campaign are keeping
a keen lookout on the improvements under way and
are pleased to note that citizens take unusual
pride in the appearance of their property.
A second trip about the city will be made soon
and, it is hoped,that the judges.will find surprises
A/ uiievery section of the city. The alleys have been
the "eye sores" on the first inspection trip, as well
asr vacant lots and backyards.
Every 'citizen desires an attractive front yard
and usually starts there to clean up. If they will
carry it through to the alley, a mighty fine appear-i
ance will be the result.
I When you have the pile all raked up in the alley,
either calf the garbage wagon or dig a hole deep
enough to sink the whole disagreeable mess. Keep
the good work up. Outsiders are already calling
attention to the fact that Bemidji is a clean city.
It's good advertising and it costs nothing to get it.
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MUSIC MAKING PROGRESS
Bemidlji is turning out musical talent second to
no city its Size in the country. JVluch credit should
be given the Juvenile band for the impetus in the
study of musical art. Band Leader G. Oliver Riggs
i* to be congratulated for his success with the
younger folk in this regard. There is no better
band, regardless of size, in the country, than the
Bemidji Juvenile band.
The State Fair board has been urged to book this
attraction for the next fair. It is understood that
the price made to the fair committee for five days
is $1,000. If the board only knew they were get
ting a $5,000 attraction for $1,000," they Would not
hesitate a moment, and that's exactly what they
would be getting if tjiey secured the Bemidji Juv
enile band.
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THE BEMIDJI BASEBALL TEAM
We have a good team of all home players. No
hired professionals in the line-up. Such a team is
deserving ot the support of local fans. Smaller
villages around about us support a team and turn
out to the games. All our team asks is that we at
tend the games and they will assure us our money's
worth. The boys should be encouragedbe a base
ball booster!
"Let conscience be your guide," is the conclu
sion of the proprietors of a Washington (D.
bathing beach, in regard to bathing suits. And
when the bathers hear about it they ought at least
to wear a smile.
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"Fly season is here," said Eddie Richenbacker, as
he pointed the nose of his plan* toward the Pacific
ocean and gave her the gas.
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Justice is in a fair way to. gobble the Goblin out
at Los Angeles. The grand jury indicted 37 Ku
Klux Klaners.
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A Liberty township subscriber has a "new motto
for Beltrami county: "Cows, Sows and Mows."
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It snowed this week up in Canada "If Winter
Comes" up there they won't know it.
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That Frohn cabin ghost may turn out to be at
least 2.75 per cent real.
v.- ,1, iTw-ou.,--. v... Ask A. P. Schumacher, newly
"3ect "Love's Expression^ MatheV ^Brlors. 'Dlvistotf N 7 entertains- elected qfieiftheGrenoraState
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The coal strike refuses to Hooverize.
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Fathers House are Many Mansions".
A cordial invitation is extended to
all. "We know nothing but Christ
and Him Crucified." Rev. E. W. Frenk, pastor
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'be assisted by
Mrs. N. Hanson, Mrs. J. Adams and
rs. K. Ellingsod
The congregation has decided to
have six weeks summer school for
religious instruction for the children
in the rudiments of Christianity, hop
ing that .many will avail themselves
of the opportunity.,
All welcome to all meetings.
I/. J. Jrdee, pastor.
THE PIONEER WA NT ADS
BRING RESULTS
METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Pastor preaches morning worship
at 10:30.
Sunday school at 12 noon.
Epworth League 7 P. M.
Evening worship 8 o'clock.
G. H. Zentz, pastor.
ST. PAUL'S EV. LUTHERAN
Tenotrika
Services in the schoolhouse Sun
day June 11th, 11 A. M.. Sunday
school 10 A. M.. Everybody wel
come
Y. P. S. meeting at the home of
Miss E. Krohn Friday evening, June
9th.
Sunday school teachers' meeting
and choir practice Monday evening
June 12th at the home of Mrs. E
Kruger.
Hagali
Services in the Strand school
house, Sunday Juno 11th, 3.30 P. M.
Sunday school at 2:30 P. M. You
welcome.
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FIRST LUTHERAN
(Minnesota and Eighth)
Service*J^nday at J0:3Q*.*m. in
Sm,hy
Hineo
English-Lutheran services in the
town hall Sunday evening June 11th,
8:00 P. M. Everybody welcome.
North Hagali
Services in the North Line school
house Tuesday evening, June 13th,
8:00 P. M. Everybody welcome.
Carl M. orn, pastor, w.
"WHAT SCHOOL?"
(ASK SCHUMACHER
&*rs, C. Hessing ifl.chaiKman and witi Bank, what commercial rhnn! hS
Bank what TOpmercial school he
Oftcsj attended. He'JIw, "Dakota Bus
iness College, jFareo, N. D." He
is one of 230 "Dakotans" who
became bank officers. Ask C.
Lillethun, recently made branch
manager of the Western Oil Co.,
Scobey, Mont. He'll say, "Dakota"
too. Hundrcdsofsuccessfulbusiness
and' professional- men and women
were mined at this famous college.
School year begins in June.
"Follow the SucceSSfuI." Write
L. Watkins, Pres., 806 Front
St., Fargo, N.-D.
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THE BBSnTCl DXK.Y PIONEER
FOUR BOY SCOUTS HIKING
100 MILES FOR MERIT BADGE
Four members of Boy Scout Troup
No. 1, Charles Vandersluis, Jr., Irvin
Keeler, Lloyd Lind and Luman Al
dnch, left Bemidji Monday on a
100-mile hike to qualify for a merit
badge on hiking. They are carrying
their tents, bedding and nart of their
eatables, buying what th.ey need of
the farmers en route. From bere
they went to Blackduck, th'en across
to Cass Lake, and word was* 'received
from them yesterday at Wilkinson.
They expected to return to Bemidji
today, but wene hindered because of
the lam, and'will probably not arrive
here before Monday Their letter
states that they arc having a fine
time, but the mosquitoes have been
so bad they have been compelled to
hike nights part of the time and sleep
days. TO OPEN MUSIC STORE HERE
ABOUT THE MIDDLE OF JULY
Frank S Ebert, who for the past
seven years has been a resident of
Thief River Falls, announces that
he will open a music store in the
old Baker building on Third street
about July 15 This, new concern
will be known as the Bemidji Music
company and will handle a complete
line of musical instiuments.
Mr. Ebert has puichased the build
ing and will fix up the upper story
foi living quarters The Salvation
Army, present occupants of the low
er floor of the building, will occupy
a tent until a building is elected,
it is understood
FARGO COLLEGE COMPLETES
ANOTHER YEAR NEXT WEEK
(By United Press)
Faigo, June 10A freshman de
clamatoiy contest open commence
ment festivities at Fargo college
Nineteen will receive degiees next
Wednesday. Rev. Evevrett Lesher,
Congregational superintendent of
Home Missions in Minneapolis, will
be the speaker on the evening di
plomas are awarded.
The baccalaureat addiess will be
given by Rev John Poynt Tyler Bis
hop of the Episcopal chuich in Noith
Dakota, Siffi^Jay. A special effoit is
being made 'this year to perfect the
alumni organization to advertise and
support the college.
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NORTH DAKOTA ENCAMPMENT
OPENS AT DEVILS LAKE
(By United Press)
Devils Lake, N, June 10The
days of lift7 were recalled heie to
day as the khaki clad militia boys
swarmed into town on every train
en ioute to "the Rock Island Military
leservatiorr on the lake for the an
nual National Guard encampment.
All companies of the First regi
ment are being organized to bung
the number up to the maximum at
which time a colonel will be appoint
ed
Governor Nestos has issued a for
mal lettei from the executive officer
asking suppoit for the national
guard. ODD FELLOWS WILL MEET
AT MOORHEAD NEXT YEAR
(By United Tress)
Minneapolis,' June 10.The Min
nesota Odd Fellows and Rebekahs
will convene next year at Moorhead
This was decided last night at the
Grand Lodge meeting in Minneapolis
Oscar Hall was selected as Deputy
Grand Master, following the installa
tion of H. McDevitt as Grand
Master. A. Bolton, St Paul, was
named Giand Secretary
J. SWENEY DIES BODY IS
S"ENT TO WISCONSIN RAPIDS
John Sweney, aged 69, who
passed away in Bemidji township
June G, will be la' I to lest in
Wisconsin Rapids His daughter,
Mis. E. S Bakei, of that city, came
to Bemidji and accompanied the le
mains there Friday, The boJy was
prepared for burial by M. E. Ibeit
son, local undertaker.
MINNEAPOLIS REPRESENTED
AT ADVERTISERS CONVENTION
(By United Press)
{Minneapolis, Junei ,W-+-=iMjnnea-
pohs is represented by a strong del
legation rit the seventh annual con
\ention of th6 Associated" Adveitis
ung clubs at the World! which opens
in Milwaukee^today. The association
/H composed of 250 clubs located in
'all parts ofpfhe
world. a
Phone 82
The Minn
eapolis Advertising club sent the lo
cal delegation.
TWO HUNDRED TO GRADUATE
FROM VALLEY CITY COLLEGE
(By United Press)
Valley City, June 10About 200
students of the state teachers college
here will receive diplomas at the com
pletion of commencement week
which began today
The formal graduation exercises^
will be held June 10.
Bemidji's Free Playjground
Diamond Point
Invites You Every Day
f*V ^-U^laWic Lighted-1-^
SOFT DRINKS LUNCHES 1 COFFEE
SoWat the Park,
Plan Your Picnic for DIAMOND POINT
Bathiiiff Suits for Rent
Consider and Compare
These Prices
Fabric
Non-Skid
$8.50 $9.45
$12.50
$13 95
$16.35
$16-95
$17.55
$25.45
Size
30x3 30x3}&
32x3%
31x4
32x4 33x4 34x4.
34x4 ft
Cord
Non-Skid
$19.90 $22.85
$23.95 $24.70
$25.45
$33.15
O. H. OLMSTEAD i~
Factory Representative
208 Second Street Bemidji, Minn.
JOHNSTON'S TOP SHOP
"Hudson" Barn Equipment''"
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i ARCHIE DITTY
,.'!4 Custodian
Many Men Make
It a Practice
to take a box of our supe
rior confectionery with
them on their week end
visits to wife and kiddies
or to Her father's house.
And nothing better or
more acceptable could be
imagined. 'Put a good big
box in your grip or bag
this week. Believe us, its
contents will be highly ap
preciated.
City Drag Store
LALIBEItTE & lEItfOKSON
Buy at Factory PricesFrom Factory Direct to You
BLEKRE TIRES and TUBES
Unlimited Mileage, Guarantee
There Will Be N Need to Ask You
to
"Look Pleasant Please"
When You Get Our Prices on Fine
PHOTOS and POSTCARDS.
REMEMBER!You take no Photos
or Post Cards from
RICH STUDIO
UNLESS THEY PLEASE YOU!
Kodak Films Developed
6 Exposures, any size 10c
Prints, 3c, 4c, 5c
Phone 570-W
2 9 Tenth St., Cor. Doud Ave.
F. M. Pendergast
Implement Co.
Residence Phone 17-F-4 Office Phone 232
SCHROEDER BUILDING
Manufacturers' Agents and Dealer in^
FARM MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS
"Stoughton" Wagons, Spreaders and Mo*-
tor Trucks
"Champion* Potato Machinery
"Emerson-Brontinghan" line of Plows,
Standard Mowers and Rakes
"E.-BJ' Tractors
"Geisser" Threshing Machines
Hydro Toron Auto Tires and Tubes^
Gasoline and Oils
Brooks Bros. Double-Wall Silos!
Nearest to being Frost-Proof of any Silo made.
204 Fourth St. & Minnesota Ave.
BEMIDJI, MINN.
DAILY PIONEER WANT ADS BRING RESULTS
$ 4$*
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BomldJI
Tub* Prices TJhat Defy
All Competition
Extra Heavy Standard
i\ $1.45 $1.15
i, $1.6 5 $1.2 5
$2.10 J! $1.35
$2.45 $1.85
$2.60 $1.90
$2.70 $1.95
$2.80 $2.00
$3.50 $2.45
30x3 "Bleco" N.-S/. .$7.35 30x3% "Bleco" N.-S..,.$7.95
BUY NOW!WHY PAY MORE?
Mail Orders Solicited
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SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 10, 1922
I Repair Work That Last*
Plumbing repaired by1
us
staya repaired becauseour
work to thorough and our
materials high Jrade.
Prices reasonable.
We have a pipe ma
chine that cuts and
threads from 1 inch to
8 inch pipe.
Roy V. Harker
Sanitation Engineer
Distributors of Kohler Ware
Phone 122 113 3rd St.
jMiiimuMnmssiissMsMii
ELECTRICAL SERVICE
If your lights go ou t
If your iron won't heat
If you need wiring done
If you need light globes
CALL US!
Haling-Walker
Electrical Co.
Electrical Supplies
& Wiring
Phone 202-J
Brosvik Tailor Shop 3
^MPHHPHMIMMIIMMMM?
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vProductsv tlce Cream'
IN THE EARLY
MORN'
Let us deliver your
cream and milk. We
want to serve you
with a worth-while
milk that has won a
host of friends by its
uniform quality. It's
real good milk.
P00RM5
BROTHERS.
CoPAny- ^DAlRypRODUtT* I
BEMIDJI. MINN
TRY OUR
FOOD & SERVICE
It may turprUe you to
know how well you can
dine heroat such a rea-
sonable cost.
Open Day and Night*
The
Palace Cafe
FRANK HUBERT, Prop.
112 Third Street
THE PIONEER WA NT ADS
BRING RESULTS
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