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MB$W 4 I I i i 5 Twentieth EU*" i LIMITED Something To Do Tonight TherV,ary .fewer women barbers in the United Sfatea today than there ^er^ 20 years ago. 'This i's un doubtedly accounted for by the fact that the women habitually talked too much. Problem: Knowing how much a man barber talks, and-knowing that the average woman talks more than the average man, find out how much a woman barber would 'talk: It Can't Be Done Can You Imagine It? Flirting is unknown among Kor ean girls, an unmarried girl in. Kor ea is so disgraced by even speaking to a male, not of her own family, that she oftens kills herself rather than endure the shame. It is not stated just how often she kills her self. Not so in the United States. All the girls lack here is a sign on their backs, reading: "Follow Me." Isn't That Killing Finance Committee HubI haven't saved a dollar since I married you. WifePh, what a lie! You've saved nearly half of what you had in the bank at that time.Boston Transcript. Can You Beat It? Didn't Sell Smoking Car AcquaintanceThen you're a salesman, sir? DrummerWeller traveling man would be a better name for it these times, I think.Smiles. Aint It A Fact "Go On Forever" "Irish parley goes on despite pes simism."Headline. Yes, and they go on despite anything else you might mention, says the, Fami Life, in ah effort to say something and at the same time not.throw any brick bats. You Tell 'Em T The^ three "Crush** drinks get theirflavorsfrom the delicatefruit oili pressed from the fresh outer kins of oranges, lemons or limes, tevhichaxeaddedjuicesfrom these fruits, cane sugar, U. S. certified food color, carbonated water, and citric a^d-the natural acid of Manges, lemons and limes. tr^i,^^tt'i^i!vvi iXvf:-'.': v:ig^.Vv^.fe-lgji^eE'^'i.rr. f-:-v-'iM^ij-^-is^i^- MCKIE,THE PRINTER'S DEVIL TEN YEARS AGO TOMORROW ..Taken Trom tne Wise imaa BAnT noof i leaved Tea Yeare Ago Tomorrow. To Dedicate Church At 3 p. m. tomorrow, the dedica tion exercises of. the Swedish Lu theran church will be held in the church, Reverend Randahl officiating. Communion will be held at 10 a. m. The evening services will 'be held in the English language. Berry Measures Smashed A. N. Liridh, inspector of weights and.measures under the state de partment, today smashed three quart measures that, were being useff for the selling of blueberries Mr4 Lindh found, that the. measures were each several ounces short. May Go To State Fair The Bemidji band has placed an application with the state fair of ficials to play in Hamlihe during' fair week. A dispatch* froin. Inter national Falls, yesterday stated that the International Falls band would not apply as the Bemidji band had been accepted. Director Renfrey, however, stated that no acceptance had been received by the band boys here. To Ireland And England The Crookstpn Lumber company yesterday shipped two carloads of the ,.,^S Delicious because purest ing] ents obtaiiiablei Trek mendousi vofeme aJoDsmakistheprice genuiire is served fo you. Sold in bottlesy and also at folintjiiiils. t^ii Distributed exclUshkly by v-aij^^djiiiiii^l best white pine in stock to foreign purchasers. One car of grade was shipped to Belfast, Ireland, and the Other of grade was shipped to Manchester, England. Bolt Hits Union Depot Many people were stratled Thurs day night by a bright flash of lightning and an extraordinary loud clap of thunder. The lightning hit a corner of .|he Union depoit, melt ing the copper gutter. The bolt turned out all the lights, telephone and telegraph instruments and prob ably wouljd/.have set fire to, the' bsuildjng bad it not been construct ed: oft,brick. FOR* RENT AD BUNGS, RESULTS VERY QUICKLY -^i "For Rent: 5-roOm house, fur nished or unfurnished also gar age if desired also 2-rpom house unfurnished. 806^ America Ave." This ad appeared in two issues of the Bemidji Daily Pioneer aiid the party who had the house to rent, notified the office that 32 an swers had been received. It is needless to say that the house was rented..... r. Twenty-five, cents is ajl, that' it cost this party to advertise, and look at the results it brought! The BemidjJ Daily Pioneer want ads have a stronger "kick" than home brew. If you don't believe it, try the.want ads. They're more pop iilfer with those (who them both. WPWW^""W^Bff 4 nmSMrbji have tried siik DAILY-' of Chsriai.SuffHot ewi COT IN BUDGET FOR 1923 RECOMMENDED (Continued From the rate ten per cent or more, thfe'relief so much desired by the people would be admininster ed., 0K_ It is understood that these other bodies are considering seriously the advisability of making a tax reduc tion, whichP'announcement will be made in the" near future. Analyzing Jtfr. Johnson's budget which is submitted in seven divisions it ia^9l|hd that the revenue appro priation Is for salaries, court" ex- pensesV light, fuel, heat, mother's pensions, etc. The counjjy sinking fund of $40,- 00O is "to provide for the retiring of fundittg bonds and the payment of interest on road, bridge and Jef ferson Highway bonds. The state rural*highway fund of $25,000 is paying off bonds and in terest and S. R. H. construction work. The road and bridge fund of $65,- 000 is for new construction by the county. The Sanatorium fund ofj $23,320 is Beij rami county's share for main taining the tri-county tuberculosis sanitorium at Lake Julia. The state has thus far in no way contributed toward this institution, as there has been no money available.) The poor fund of $30,000 is used to care for the county, poor and original construction of the new county building. HELPINOTEACHER PLAN URCED BY STATE BODY (Coritinued From Pag-9 1) assistance and encouragement. She is a teacher of training and expferi epce, sympathetic with rural life, who spends her time among thirty to forty teachers, helping them with outlines of work, daily programs, methods of teaching partly shown by actually taking a class, community leadership, personal study, and pro fessional spirit, She.improves the teacher, her work, and the school. In short, she carries the chief .advan tage of the city teacher to the rural schools. The fir3t law providing such help ers in New Jersey was said to be the "most advanced step ever made for the mais/choois of that state." Th6 State Commissioner of Education de clared that they improved the rural: schools lOtt per cent. The officers of the Minnesota Education associa tion expectithis new plan to do'more fpr Minnesota'Tural schools than any thing else at -present. "What ia gjo for the children of Wisconsin jwd other sta^s," they say, "isi goodif or the rural children of MinnesotaJ' STATE VETERINARIANS IN SESSION AT ST. PAUL TODAY (By United Press) St. Paul, July 12.Autopsies on cattle, hogs, shfcep and poultry will be performed at the University short course and the summer meet ing of the State Veterinary. Medical association .which opened today. The convention arid short course will last three days. A banquet for ^^^eqjwrians- vfill ^be^eld to- PMI 'hi TO'!, 1 taxes at a reasonble figure, this levy was thus prepared: Revenue County, Sinking S, R. Highway." Road and Bridge Sanitorium Poor $90,000 $40,000 $25,000 $65,000 $23,320 $30,000 Total $273,320 In urging the. adoption of his recommendation, Mr. Johnson point ed out the need of keeping the taxes down to the minimum and at tlie same tilhe continue the improve ment program so that benefits will insure the taxpayer a good return on his. investment., He further calls attention to the fact that the reduction of taxes cannot be carried out by the board of county commissioners alone, but that the cooperation of the city, villages, school ditsricts and towns in order to reduce the taxes. The county's portio nis' small when compared ith the total tax. The following was the distribution of^tax. le^jjea,'.made last year: State taxe, 4.23 county, 27.87 Scho^okjiistrkt No. 7, which is the Bemilijf disfrict, 64.09 and the city of Berriidjf, ,64.4. This makes a grand total of 161.4 mills. If all tafc-levying bodies would agree to cut? ^vST.sft^ TODAY'S EVENTS Annual celebration of Orange men's Day by the Irish Protestants. The city of Kingston, Ontario, to day enters upon its 250th year., Lord Birkenhead, the English Lord Chancellor who may be the. next premier, celebrates -his 50th birthday today. Today is the 100th anniversary of the birth of Rear Admiral Robert H. Wyman, who had a long and dis tinguished career in the U..S. Navy. The first summer session design ed for the especial benefit of stud ents from the United States will be opened todayxat the National Uni versity of Mexico. Three American balloon teams are' to sail, today for Europe where they will represent the United States in the Gordon-Bennett international cup race to be held next month in Geneva, Switzerland. fa Tha Day's New* Prince Louis of Jfohaeo, who through the death of his father has just succeeded to the throne of the lively little., cwttinental principality of which Mpnte Carlo is the main feature, has a birthday todayhis fifty-second. Prince Louis is a son of the late Prince Albert by the latter's first wife, who was Lady Mary Hamilton. The prince is a graduate of the French military school of St. Cjrr and has distin guished himself as a soldier, During the late war he served as a colonel of the Foreign Legion of the French army and was several times, men tioned for gallantry in action. He is said to inherit none of the love for science which distinguished his father. The latter was possessed of an immense fortune, the hulk of which descends to Prince Louis, in addition to an income of a quarter of a million dollars a year from the Monte Carlo Casino. 2 1 sss T%eY^MwVMI^ i-U, J-1.',J1'. A Susirfeis Coupe FOR BUSINESS t*m car represents a new end important achicverr.er.t in commercial transportation. For the first time in motor car history, businesc men are enablq&to buy a closed car, the body of which is Jbuilt thro^hout of steel. JS The advantages of this all-gt'eel constructionreserv ed until now to open cars-rrare particularly marked in a coupe built to^eather the wear and tear of hard commercial usage. Immediately you -will" be impressed with the beauty and lightness of this Coupe. Time will convince you of its unusual stamina. The doors snap neatly shut. Body squeaks are eliminated. Dodge Brothers enamel is baked on the surface of the steela per manent lustrous finish, impervious to wear. The interior is roomy and thoughtfully equipped with every appointment necessary to the owner!s comfort and all-weather protection. Business houses that equip their salesmen with motor cars have been quick to recognize in this coupe a very unusual investment. BEMIDJI AUTO CO. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 12, 192* t0tBT PROTECT YOUR FURS^ Tho proper storage of Furs will prolong their lifo and insure their best appearance when again desired for use. We thoroughly cleat* each garments and insure it against fire, theft and moth damage. WE ALSO DO MANUFACTURING, CLEANING AND REPAIRING KRUSE & GROSS MANUFACTURING FURRIERS 'Bemidji Over Security Bank :BM|S*?f..-.Tiv ^*^w^wr^jj These Day? AM I vaeEUBRUVKi & .-s- i i rjr?